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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PJWJR THK LKTH1MUDUK DA1L.Y HKHAL0. 20, 1019 LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. S, 3 X IB.T F. S.I 7 S TIT FOR TAT sometimes is the feeling o( "famine Tbe story is told of ft artist, jvboie pet dog was j lie sent tor a great ibrcin wfco nvas highly oHendodj whett he saw his patient.-..He said nothing, however, but treated ihfc dog I and jxickotcd his j The follotvine niorning lie ssut hasCe (or lue sriist .who. thiaW tbe ".call was with reference to the hurried io ihc appointment. J "Uovr do you was the- special- j Ist's grrotiug, I wanted to sec you. boul havis a back door paiuied." ONE MORE THRILL NECESSARY j Tne Prrct-e of Wales lias enjoyed a i (urn n cov.'puuchiug. has been made j an Ind'flit chief and treated ;o various other real Wesiem ihrilla, bat crery- miLMhu; seems 10 bavi> forgouen the naiivc custom of ciwiunp flap- jacX- 'n :i well Tt-milaieJ shack over a lire Jhsi rsiicr smoke ibau] burn. in ilie Stales ihoy arc alter. Ihu flier's knowu as the Fire. Ii ihe Hi; Five do survfre even j scarcely liavrf ihe" io say thai it is the "survival! of (ht Dreams may le alright but it takes Grirto 'cm come tnie. WAYSIDE PHILOSOPHV A-niairs may deserve criticism prudent.wait until they gci safety horn1? before giving rent to the if fteluiss.- There be. always! i tic ivay pikes -tro headed, that" Soda-pop riar nal hnvc nm'-'Ji kick. but it. rover a fell o IT n tbe life? -If God ,15 worthy -..uf.-. any thouglit, Un. is .worthy heel thought. i. .your best se'l't c- chance. congrribi friend- EhlpSj1 Tlio Idle life :Ioncly life bacomc.i crowded. '_. To got- to the Church may mean a., new life or frlsnrlahlp and activity. And. belter It.may mean. (nc.beginning of Fellowship .wllli Him who, wheir.qii earth, FrlCnd j 'of the-'friendless. BEWARE OF THEpEMY! THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS INSERTED BY The burglar iviih a club thsn- the fly, with Ha invisible microbe of deadly More. Hlulsler [Tian anarcby arc -tnc; siibtlp pervasive forces of- malerlallsin anil Ir There is more of menace lo the Stale In Ihc prcvaknt ne- glect of religion than thoro in lii all Ihc.fortcd of organized rice. i The peril most lo be Ic.ireO JH tne sapping of society's fourv dattonB which''always, and will be spiritual In their character. The defender against tho 'danger' the-Church. Sfce Id Ihc State's hopo of stability. Her 6u3ints3 is to.preserve .iKo plllnra' and fuunilalldna of bur The' biost -dii-ccl vray of- sar-'-' frg und scnlng thn country now IB by loyalty to the teachings of Cur.sUaaHy. A nereon Is 'working peralsl- cnlly BEainaL entm- leu. of -he shareg In the Church's work of preserving nrtcl purifying 'the charnclci' ,of- the- As fin abL of To Churcti. THE UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOL OF NORTH LETVHBRIDGE (AsaKlancc la ncknOTlcdgcd from the Dr. T. Ellis Service.) opment work has been done slncci th'e old Johu flinch am M'a3 auuk 15 or 2i) years ago, A big company ot British capitalists have larco holdings In thai district but have not pim-ddci! very far devclopmf.nt. "The oil Tie'-da o( AlLerla, if there erer Is ar oil field, will ho right tn that vrcinlty." says Mr. UvInKston. Moreover he Ii confident that Ihls field will provo to be an Immense oil prAducer tn the near future that he la jnafriiff all nccessarj- prep-rations lo OLDEST MAN MAKES drill more well.i v'hen the onb he- is I AIRPLANE FLIGHT ln- 7Iie company Lvtieo cleaning out .the old be wfl'f ail- W.cbfrtlnuc drillin well formerly reached. The )WW ibc Southern A'l- bcr'j U BOW prospecting hni OJJlSVlLLU; sUro'maVcs eMftw fcelltlce ho'irdrnnV, but It's afl'tigtit aflhaL" That, n'ag the crrptic. clofincnt ex- "prisHlbn' tliat tcll'fronY lift lips ol 'L'nclc John'' 131 rcari oM, the oldest man in t'.ic world, as he pped -Jivoii Iho Slate Fair grounds again following a fifteen-minute air- plane flight at tho State rafr noon, "L'nclc John" (ravelled abo'it ilj milcj. al a height ot about 440 feel. .He was delighted witli Ihc ei- poMcncc anil expressed himself u grateful that he had. llred Idng enough to enjoy It. Tbe aged man u-ns helped Into tbe nachlne his pilot. VVm. K. Headier, As the plane Fklmmed getting Into the nlr, Kchcll smiled and waved Ms hand at Iho e'rowd, nlilcli choc'rsd him wild. ......_.- i Alter bii Journer, tte, oU. ma tottered a bit, bat soon regained equilibrium and composure, ft WAS that a new and per- haps the crowning event o! his life, was crowded Into the .exper- ience of ths oldest man In Iho ivorld. .'He has .seen and enjoyed many unusual and 'novel eiperi fences sines he was' '.discovered" ,a'mi emerged from the Kentucky mounr tains, two. weeka or. so ago. 1113 onlr.regret, recently, hJi.been that his Q5-yearold whiim he left in the been with him, The "hoy" la tho old man's Idol, Tie 'was born 95 yean ago In the hills where John" bas. hu Ured ill of bis 111 rcnra, ATTORNEY GENERAL IS AGAINST POLICE TAKING ANY PART IN STRIKES Sept-' long am attorney-general I not re- tain a man In tne pollcs service II line? he was, through nn organiza- tion, Inducing oilier policemen! lo go on strike. It Is essentially n, declared Attorney-General 'Hoyla At the police chiefs' convention in a charged -illh the urotcclloi of Ilia and properly mitsl not cobsplrc wltn others, (o Btrlko." ITALY WILL HOLD FIUMC IF WILSON WtLL CONSENT Italy, France and Britain Afned on a Solution HOME, Sept. Mcssnggcro says David Lloyil George, Iho JJrKUh premier, Premier Clemenceau Krante, anil Slgnor Tiltonl, (he Ital- npcecb delivered at Ihc evening ECS Ian foreign minister, are KC- slo'ii held on itifesdVy- f iolulloii o'f tho "t hellcvo, will .lonW 'Klume Insuring ,lh'e Italian furtlicr said Mr. lloylc, "when Canada will amend the lo dc- clirti II as such, ea jwl Iceman nationality o( Iho town, and are onlr, waiting President IVIlscn'i declara- tion on Ihc liiibjccl ;