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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEElGirr THE LFtllHRllWK DAILY I1KRAUJ FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1913 S.J. ROUTING OUT PROFITEERS LONDON. Seyt. protiteef- iug ar I, despHo Its dorcets. seems to Lavo rapid frightening cttecta tor prices hire Already droned la sev- eral dislrlclF. joc-3] todies re- fuse to appoint couiiuijslons to ad ml a Ihs act locally, but ihe refusal Is generally followed by Icdlgnimt protest a from ihe Inhabitants. CALGARY.' Sept. of the 'district commiltees for southern Alberta wrere aypoinied at ail organiza- tion, meeting of ihc executive held in UIB Soulham building yesterday. TUo appointment of a chairman lor the i Calgary committee was .deferred, j Heasmg Social runctlOD Plans for tl 2 inauguration ot an acliro earupalgu will be formulated .during 1 the Lhat remain before lie date j pel by the government. Capiain; (Kcv.) Robert Pearson was yeslerda? appointed rice-chairman of the com- mm MISSION Rev. Okagawa Visits Southern Colony With Hopeful Results' (Krom Oar Own Seju. Yosbi. lullsu Okagawa. the Japan- rse Methodist mission, corner of JacV- fou aTenuc and street. Yau- Jrouver. spent Monday anil Tuesday 5lla the Daymcud district. investigating Rains Chwr Farmers (Trinm Our Own 1ST.AXD, Sept. 17- The mlllee for southern Alberta. in place teachers or ihe public school staK of G. U. Mamoch, nuo was vice-chair- tendered a retention in St. man during the campaign for the last I Tjctory loan. Tho executive and committees follows: Andrew's cveniug. last Wednesday The reception committee. conditions with a view cf fouuttcE a ifler mission amons'ihe Japanese colony here. The native minister was a very hjj c busy lunn nnd when he left had Iilel missions. was verv favorably ini- pressed and [eels Iho establishment feasible, lie sees 'Iricls. iwnmully meetiu; is rainy o( tbe Jap boys as possible. He was ac- i commuted by Kev, Hujb Matheson. ol the Vulted who every courtesy ID the. visiting clergy- niau. A reception was tendered Her. OHagaira at tha Itayuiond hotel Mon- day ulght. ind an Tuesday olgM he addressed a congregation of bis couu- trvmpn in Presbyterian churcb. Thy Inclerueucy ol the weather pre- tentcd numbers ol the Japanese col- ony Irom The speaker a rluency of speech aud an engaging personality. Ho spote lo Japanese, but n felnd trlu'nj. Mr. Lloyd jvlc. who filled a missioQ to Japan a years ago, intoruretcd Ibe tasij ot tho message your correspondent. Her. Okagawa, introduced by Mr. Tahakfl, wat dcliglitcd lo visit couLlrymen la Haymeud. He had desired tMs pleasure, llo Bpofco boforcthc 'br S" o >ns. was very favorably mi- L...I .v... and ibe movement ot Intcrnullonallsm lie Iho Katber oC the Japane'sel Japan lu early boyhood. Ills rise Is or any other! no less tpect'tcular than Is that ot as wen HS Ihe race. Llfo was not a In -which to amass great rk-hes. said the speaV- er. but a time In wlilbh to prepare tof eleruliy and ID inert this all-powerful God. He- related eiperleuces relative to the uew iljht auiV Joy which had come lulo hU soul through his acceptance ol Cbrlsdanlty. and tuado a appeal to bis country- men to look deeper Into religion and Christianity and tfic beftuly and llory la. 'there- I WHU luw U.UI tklvuk VI lultall.lllUuaLlaLU ibat the plans tor wn, lhe worldi Japan geo nl of a mission ms s ,rj, of suojecls. after til. interests o! other science acl anese here in order 10 inclucaie the Chairman [or scuthern Edmucd Taylor. Yice-Chairmau Captatu Roterl Pearson. M. Htrvey. O. A. R. McLean. Chairman ol publicity Ernest Wills. Chairman of press publicity commit- II. Woods' B- Sutherland. C. A Eiecutive Committee Willlan: Toole, J. n. Kutherlarjfl._C.A.; Pete Wlntemnte. H. W. Wood. Eugene Coste, P. Ij. Xaismith. J. H. Wqods. Alei. Fred Hess. W. S. Wooda. L. Larrnour. L. illddlcton. C. P. McQueen, wiln power to add to their ijumbers- Publlrity commillcc -E. Willis, chuirman; C. G. O. L. Spencer, E. G. McMillan. Dr. O. A. McHae, Dr. V. jr. Ollbert. n. HL ideals of cftfzenshlp in tbeir on and A. K. Werts. also Dr. Palerson.lmind5 Dr. Osterhart, who TIBS to luvV ac- tncir utmost lo have each one I present meet with the teachers who have charge of our school. A short program which consisted chiefly" ot numbers was given and each number was heartily encored. Those in the program wercirMr. Daniclson and a vocal se- lection; Miss Smith, a solo; Shaw, a solo; Mrs. Ba.ynes. .a The ReT-.V. M. Gilbert jnada a few remarks snKcd Id the occasion, whiie Ihs chairman or the VQDKC school board. Mr. Millar, addressed the slate on bebalt ot those present, while- Mr. IJoucher, tie principal, re- plied to this on behalf or the teachers, and by his remarks thus made, won .n warm place in ihe. hearts of those present. After the program -WHS com- pleted, the refreshment committee served light refreshments, which Tho league of Nations waa a gram! siei> toward unitersal peace. llo showed that Christianity Flood lor this very thing. Ho Ihec went on to ___.....__0. companled Rev. Ot.isawa. anj whose'eiplslu ihc uncertainly of life. official office is the superintendent hope in Christ of n resurrection of the ot Oriental missions In British Col- dead. He said that ihe God ot the umbla. was unavoidably detained onl Christian faith was a Living God who the coast. Mr. otagawa visited er.vy (created the earth, the seas, the raoutv- parl ol the Raymond and Welling laks, the birds, animals and man, that M! Scott. Her. J. JIacartney .Wilson. brought to n close a pleasant V. R- Marshall. A larger general executive commit- tee atid a snbFCriqtlons comnjitlee irill be named by Ihc executive. Chaiimen ot district are follows: Drumheller and Aril em. SLetUer and A. Tlob- Insnn. v Stralhmore-Gleichen ney Kidd. -vMedicinc Hal and The home of Fred Taylor. First avenue welcomed the members ol Iho St. -Andrew's United ctfurch ladles Aid and ;maay guests last Thursday aliernoon. The sacrelarr bavins re- signed. Mrs. Taj1o7 was elected unan- inlouslj to fill Ihe After the regular business was completed, the hostess, assisted bj- airs, .F. Heudcrsou and Miss McGuire, served delicous rerreshcaenls, alter a social hour (lie ladles dispersed. The T the sei'vlce, In comineiklnx on work o! his mission. In VRiicouren Mr. Okugawa said there were about Japanese In Voncourer. Ills con- sregatlou consisted of about 220 mom- who attended service twice each 6abbatlrand prayer sorvlco day nights. They also conducted a night school. Over a hundred till end ed this school regularly afmosl that number -were enrolled Tkoy taught EiiEllsh. writing, nrith- Eeograpby. history aud oiLcr Then they !iad a domestic chool In which Japnneso girls from Ihc Orleul were taught how to prepare roods, food values, essentials of nursing, etc. DormaiorCos had been filled up, and tho mission also contained gymnasium, swimming- pool, pooj room, reading room aud every convenience ot a young men's club. U was affiliated with tho Y. M. C. A. and partook ol the real "Y" spirii. Mr. Qkagawa was converted In lauyjof our Western.'leaders.' Ile'nt- o inEsEloif school, (hen enler- i. lu.t .U! I udea IU ed Oyamaa Theologlral college, at Tokio. He Uler t-anio lo Tauuda and attended Toroalo uuivenUy. He is now leader'auonK men A powerful Influence over thu lives ot hit eouatrrmenl TORONTO LABOH ENDORSES SOLOISHS' GRATUITY TOHONTO, Sept. uiiintaous Tote Ihe Toronto District Tradea and last night endorsed thu Calgary resolution for a grain lly for reiurneu soljlere. Christian Fischer passed- away at bis hqrne In Elora, nged 91. WILSONS Kill them and the germs too. lOc a picket at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. FFB- [WAGSTAFFITS Real Seville Orange Marmalade .c. __ Cousins. and J. Shep- herd- V i Cardslon and Costello. i Macleod and li. Roberts. I Cocirans and F. full.: Red .Deer anii 'Lionel Paifi.D. fe. O. i High River and A- Bar- Itcr. tfy ,v y Crow's Nest Robi. Bassaiio and JtcTesr- j'A jtalnle.or nuros was un- filled by-Premier Murray at HaUraz. THIS NERVOUS WOMAN GOTJIEtl Told by Hcnelf. Her Sin- cerity Should rince Irccn ineguloriUej, weikaeM, 'ana 1 wu in dowii j corjditxm. Tfro'of lour best doctort I failed to tta Die an; (rood. I beard Imnch about J Vegetable 'pouod had f air '1' and wu KVC-j. i, TCfQlar, and in czceUcnt fealtb. I teliere Comwand will BOTB wry f etnale AlJGl HCLU3; Christopher, in 19 OlLSTI BJIBptlOm fff Vntkirm or dmnge- BMDt, which may be orerenna by this fuMOf root and herb rwrnedy, Lydia R Ptnkbuo'fl VcgeUble Compound, u tfafiouda of WOCOCD rood by If compUeatiom exfet, wrrU LfdJa PtnUwm Hedidne Co.. LJM, for lo regard lo your ailnent IV. of iu loog at your astvica. EAT LESS AND TAKE BITRO-PHOSPHATE TO PUtON FLESH A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE 3. Kolle. M.D., Editor o! York Physicians' "VMio's thai- woaK ncrvoua people who vanl Increased weight, strength and fcerrc-forcc, should taXe a tab- o? 6ltra-Ptioiipbale lust betors or rfarfnp fiach phosohate Is the dta- toi.err of .a famous Frtnch Kicnllsl, iiMfnrorti ol rtmarkablt resulta friiiB iti' use rmye ttcenfy appeared Mi mar fnedioil JonmaJs.' eutfr tfcf'tiot or loo fkri; to arid gel makti wwta' it- .-i food 4M it end o in all lhe slyles. Owing lo ihe rains ol thai day the ladies-did not attend ia such ".arEe.numhera. .air-.Cias.' Johnston has opened up a nUnher ahbp on Jlaln street, In the mildrngjalclr racated by Mr. Hart- ford- Mr. Johnston la well and ably, known by- the.people of this a share ot thV nutllc patronage. Geo. Willie and lillfc daughter' rcturnccl frnm" Taber last Wednesday after a'reV days tistt In Mr., WylHe Vent to Tabcr lo accompany! them home. p Brenl2 Smith relurned last Wednesday from ft trip up north. Frcil Heuderi-on and P. relumed Irom the''north co rib try last week where the (prmer been looting up feed for his torses. -'.Messrs. S. G. Jamfeson, A. Flamtnc, [r.'.Landsdell.and Tisited Farm at' Ronalanc last; Thursday. 1 ?Mr! anl Mrs. Leonard Feme and ID a were visitors IP -Medicine Hat laet wek. Baynea left last Friday for Craig mile, ulisre tie i at ends lo fecale. The doctor -will be greatly mJsied here 33 daring his tew years lere'he has made many Irlends. Mrs. HUle Jri hut at present arc Siieslj irltli Mrs, A. W. Fuller, Loucka street. lMr. and Mrs. Baynea, Sr, who spent iteral .days recently with their son, Dr. Baynes, lett on Saturday last (or their home Hn Moose Jaw, SaaK Jaa. R, and of Taocr, are, Tlsitora in How Islaud. Mrs. Ilui3t with little Rrelyn, went to fast Saturday to havo Dr. .Connors treat Kve.yn'a finger. Pleased to alatt that Mrs. Ilurat may soon brinp her daughter home. Mr. George Herhere h still quite 111 and la staying at the home of Dr. Mr. H, Walker, TCCTC of Forty-Mile municipal district, Is a visitor In today. Mrs. R, H. Roberlon is on thi 'flick list this week, bnt her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. iMlas Gtrlrude b, Moore, -M-ho has been In I Ms part of -Alberla the past four left for tho eftst today. She will .resume her duties In the Central Business College, ID the math- em at leal department. :-ftsln fell herc'the latter part' of and then last nlgbt A beary ciiiud cime along7 fronr.lhfi Sa'd.fdf'a while a regular of'ttiftrbest ralna we lor (iree .years; Tbe farm- neafly. all through threshing teythfl came at very opportune commence pJougli- log at cmce Antl all arc wlablng for more rafns and plenty of lima to Ret trc -the winter lf; f'd. Ixinrks wns a visitor from emosi todar, v __. FALL OPENING Fit Reform and Society Brand Hand Tailored, Garments for Men and Young Men Our slocks for fall are larger than ever and much more attractive in style and price than shown for some time, due to having reached the markets very early with .our placing orders, which 'enabled us to secure a much larger range of better quality cloths, taking advantages well of lower prices for cash and quantity buying wherever, possible. This means prices toxyou on these better garments that in many cases spell "Savings." t.... Fall Suits and Overcoats for Quality, Style and Price that are Unsurpassed in any City Today SEE THESE BETTER CLOTHES WAITING A WIDER RANGE OF NEW MQDELSM) 'WV- ot a iallora MANY NEW MODELS' lesa ex Ire nic style, -in Imported TV orated 3 Tailored and expert FINISHED TO YOUR MEASURE Better Suits at and r Men's Suits in -waist line effect, to 38. Prices up szes 520..00, Lightweight Slip-on Ovfercoats m fancy '1 tweeds. Prices to f RAYNSTER OVERCOATS 1HE DOUBLE SERVICE AND STORM PROOFS In a of hew patterns in [weeds'.-Prices to COLDER DAYS JUST AROUND THE Get into one of these new: fall ulsters, shown in. plain and fancy pattern tweeds and chinchillas. Prices J25.0D, and _ and Winter Underwear COMBINATIONS.X Visit .Our Start we can save you money on your Fall and Winter Outfitting In 'Keavy anil medltini wclglU. 7Hr. Jaegers, Siandolds, Tru.'Knll, Watsona. aad Wolscy makes, to HEAVY RIBBED WOOL COMBINA- Staurtcld! and other mSkes. Prices to TWO PIECE UNDERWEAR in heavy and medium ivolght. op SWEATfen C6AT5 In pure "Oul. Ml slyles and ctilora. Dr. Jafgers and oihcr to PULL OVER .SWEATERS In heavy Club io J12.00 McKelvie K1RKHAM BLOCK Largest Distributors of Men's Wearing in SonUienV Alberta. Jersey Knit PuD Orer Sweaters WorkrSlurts ia Cotton and Flan- nel Price to _ Work to i i Dreu Perrin and other reliable makes. Prices to Fall and Winter to Stetson, Kaox, BtianiM taA ott- er Bakes. Prices to Mei's A. Stat- er, Refa) awl otker to vp to McGuire LETHBWDGE, ALTA ;