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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SKITEMBEK'25, 1920 She THE "NEW KNOWLEDGE' DAILY AND WEEKLV Slid Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 126 6th Street So'ith, Lethbriggo A. BVCllA.XAX aivl Doctor Torracce iCoiitiuued From Kront Kirle. wliv club maintain iudepeiMsul CitlblUliuient. There' no MfH In ony fauti ihut Ihcy ivercl In Cardiff, Canon who, in addition to his clerical attainments, being known as a distinguished ibt'oiogiun, is a Fellow of the Royal Society, recently preached what is called u' "courageous" sermon. c "Chris- tian he proclaimed, "hail found it necessary to abandon the doctrine of the Fall ami the arguments'de- duced from it by theologians from St. Paul onward." j "From some1 fundamental stuff in tho proceed- cd the the electrons arose. From them came :iiat- ...............___ i ter. From matter life emerged. From life came mind. secureli eins at From mind .spiritual consciousness is developing.1' He j The Laundry's Case M.-KIIJop. the 1 he puU from In fuel ill ihe i'ui- i'toyern slatul thai they ufu'ii fiarled t ihu pre-eiit minimum, but iu Caudles. Lid., to a wc-fk. Wheat Pouring Info The Elevtt- Elevator Already Congt'sfed i of delivered, i b> psr y yudnmiously a roaulu-: Vdys, After all why seek to delve into the interpretation .1 _ i i f plus girjs who not do domestic pay the hfgher wages. Hut under pres- ent cout'l use only sur- u'tGULjje iJju jjf lupji UJT civic, fstjeral pr ayy otaer posjUoilg of pub! ft (rust, M'lio eiilier by spesch ur writing gives ojcpruistoii ii) disloyalty, or by presiding ut undresses or by any ocliou iu no iVdV on forrn. Thq tailor part of i tipn, ;mcl why disturb the tratlitioiitu-v faith iti'the Bible llr- slma 6aid lhe U! Dio Bible is open to every man or gi" aud boy labor woman can read into it whatever interpretation he or she .mill' Plinncn oiirl ctill faith, with i t.i itv ui cue and still find consolation without a Joss of Call it electrons" or the creation nf man (Frvm Our Own Correspondent) KAVMONO, Kept. t score o( Ibresliiug rigs n-nriilgg 'In tbli aud udiiug. uu omltois PICKED UP WjASONG r O It THE BUSY MA u lifelong resident n! St, Jlary's, is dead I _ i Ttio provincial bye-c'ectiou in The i fas, -Manitoba, lakes ylacc on day. lion. KdwarJ Ufo'A'O, proviccfal treasurer. Is opposed by a labor can- i diuV.lo. j Miss Florence Goodgpced, It.N'., ol 0. II. R. Clark, lor jiioro than r'redoricloii, lias been appointed tM-ftity a uieiUi'a! at Ncwiniirket, U dead. practitioner ervlfor ot -.lards in Queen Victoria Hospital at Yorktou. Saskatchewan. I al has beets transferred I a tiomcuiious reto. A wheat bluikaje is (cared ut Ibis j'oint. The KliUon Slllllnst com- ol ivbciit is puarins iu'.o I Toronlo. Vcllend. ou occasions! As tlie result of a sore bcel bo- ij'cr of-1'oltrboro, is dead. Ht tbe coming poisoned with Ilie Oyo from ;u of SS. bis black stockiits Doualil' Oline. a London boy, died of blood poisoning, i Kev. Father llKJ'i-e. [larish priest i j Kast Kltilii is to have a tbree-cor- uerml flsbt In the Federal bye-clec- j tlou. Tbe candidates are John titan- sell y. S. McDIarmld, St. Philip's Anglican Church at psnv EH} iij) fast, one or their bului! to c lly. A coiiiifsl'.ori eslsij lu thii (Jraii: fl'osrcra' accorjjug in a. j stalemenl by ihe local ajaui, liny Fetlis. tu lio bus laUen hi Uliwurds of JO.OO} an-J ship- ped out about- 3D cars. Ho ;m ord- er for five oara daily ti not genius Enrolled. Hialii coming in- to tho O.O. elerat-.T. fuys Mr. l-'etllB. at the rate of t.-uui 6.000 to ;i Milford, Prince txlward covmty. was Blruck by llghlulng ami 'ioaUoycd. Win. Flock, reported the victim I of a nejro'a ktiifo In s Detroit brawl, waii well known lu Binicoe. lolls for T6 near OUuwa, Toll-sate, collecliiii 011 Ayliner road, near On IKID bec-n taUoa over by Quebec. -lohn McCixaady, of Ingereoll, C'bus. Alleu, 50, R-JO 'jad bseu day. Tlie Dudley cbvator Is also to accident In tins Us and Is rapidly Tllllns San UP. Jo Welling ttcmpro facllitleii are satisfactory-r.a yst. Threshing only tiecame geiiera! jlouilay. They have three Urse elevators tt that point io lhat the outlook Is brlghtor for a steady movement uJ the crop. The wheat !u the Well! UK OlElrlct is eotug 25 bushels lo lie iicrc on nu m-crace accordiug to A. who Is iu' touch with operctlons Iliere of man 'lie honrd any Mr Ml {lie Tueoli of I ditiuiiion. w. M IS [lie I t i lljcti! s subsequent fall, the truth of man's divine origin is ray contradicted. Kven the electron must have its and theological dissertations, the with all tlio tradition tluit clings to it is well worth preserving, if that simple lived up to in the in, iie- measure it js shown in its works. It is not so much the striving after the explanation of the Bible in matters }n slnte of as ro- the present obstacles but to. the principles mind can grasp en- ofliciel iii presiding over! it iT. r JUMIU ijqii gi i v i, regarded n3.a msloyal meet- "le intelligence which it is la expressed by es jn her plead- To be or not to coal strike in Great-Britain. Sweet other drop HI prlco. taken Do You Know? r b ch inr. in the Katlierir.o Ins (qr wjth ilip cauEC of fur Ireland. Mrs. AvaE au !ng under indignation from vriial she bad iicard and from what slie witnessed. If llie sentiments nf JCalhcrine-Hughoo wcro of Ijic same! Conner r'rem.ier Clemenccau has! nrder DB that qvoweil by t'hs; triElij 'mfl'I'tB the llfmalayas. The! Ounbec v.e can eaeil.- pro glad be slliln't tuni bisjlbi; pi..._. pot with. lncir 3- Wio'was caileil Van- i -inrcuac tbe niianitu'ity r4tll. ivhich I'ilsuclskj tlie famous general cale? il'o low cenls. whlcil on eislit-bour day, made only pr tirosent niinlmuai per week, r- worked WORDS THAT CAUSED TROUHLE AT SUMMER RESORT SPELLIXd 1JKK Welling School Did Splendidly At School Fair L'.K.O.. aud W. 0. Charltou, Liberal. Dorenwend, aged died at Toronto. Probably the oldest hairdresser in Toronto, ho had ID business for 59 years, and estab- lished lu the same building at 103 Youge elreet for 57 years. Ida -Leitch. of Craig, will Edger Darling, a McGllllrray town- ship farnier, (or (luuagos for the alleged seducllon o( her daught- er while employed by him as a do- mestic. Right Rev. IL J. O'Leary. Bishotf of Charlotiotown, lias been appointed Archbishop ot Kdmonlou. Ho will ha succeeded in CUarlottetown DIoecso V his brother. Hlght !tev. Louis J. O'Leary, at present Auxiliary Bishop ot Chalhiini. X.B. I a day were- at present. Jn the summer 10 hours y day wera workeil, but co employee ever worked pioro than that number ot jiourE... Most of the girl employees are daughters of miners vrbo live near tlie faclory. No difficulty was ever experienced In obtaiiiins liclu. and no general conipluiEit about the wages bad ever been made. On the whole tlie afternoon session brought out very little indication '.bat there is uny general .kick against the present minimum in Lcthbridge. once rnore placing (jig nl on Ireland by passing iutg us book Iceisjatlpn which'js a r Scotland1' T -it vp prqpiisc "Hfl solemnly i (or Irc- Tjledzc io English ty: j-riuny in Ireland ivhelher it is camolj- the specious and deceiir tire tonns of 'aiiij or cur- lodtiy by irrcajtonr njbli. (he Mars awl Jingoes, j 'Tliat teuiler groat 1'iilriot FRIQAY'S QUESTIONS Doctrine of Signature? 2. How came tlie thistle to be [adopted as the national insignia at 1 fs 'mtrD" Innil? feiilli' and. Ipyalty. :is arc convinced timt Ipiiil vfjth. Mm (Ireailnoiiflits and destroyers lit hur ronpletl with all liar Toiitimii; am] You Dissins brute shalj never Inilniidalo or siihiluc tho iiuroiiqucr: pbie of pLilriolisin ancl ficU'-eacrh tico Ovvcili ig in lUo Jicavl nf ll'ii fc'rcal -I. What was the origin of {be ex- pression "Old Laity of Threadnceille plreet" as applied to tbe of Ens _______ Why is Threadiieedlo Stveet so On ths-lino ot consolalioji Ihere i Who tbe aijlbor of Iho lino is much.'philosophy the latest u-c lostito memory rvoulii do well to self-determine not to tnterfero unwisely In adding to tho Irieli mess. have read, "A dog that bus bad its; tail cut short will have the leasl mini- i at linns or. to it." The- number iilb till maUu -ANSWERS Thai .Saturn labels eyery plant rk lo show wlial it is gootV He.) planlli lire good for fever, runs Mabel while ones for rlsor. Mence ihe red that tho 92ltctirjn nu (leiiatu'e ay u i! liebyisc. iiie cirrhlrajtor mid of lita Irisb rpf-e, conii- mil" tins of Inininn free- the names of the tiirro fcteij Caiitiillans, llonar I.UT, Maj. Ait- lUmar Orfitsnwceii. ivbo if har.ilei] to posluritj as Iho fiamoa ,01" a cursed rt self- rnimloreil Oastlorea'gh a Mjnlcil Cprsoii rfo, and will bo to tnu uh'c'mv anil crarn'of pgcs yet tinborn." qijestioii ia one which, though, not of no Iritimalf! ;i rL-ralion, %ff60ts, the Brljisb Kniplrc tnitP.itle Great Britain and Ireland. 11 rannot ...but be In its beariiigs Kmpiro (Juestion. lint Iliat ie 110 reason ths vlrtia which has stirred Ihe '.'...rsDj of and >vonien in heM1 land sh.o.uH be intrncluced inlrj Can, "1'ruiis to, stir 8Ri1 fomant aa' 1 the Ciuebec reEqlntioii and_ liiu inter-111 ar.ces with which Mug! creiMled inay tend (o. There Is a seeljqu of tho oommuiiily thoush It may be, tiiat tliese (renzies. iiml iiio iiuMibor ID cure hemorrhage ilttyd Lord >lcStviney fork turlllcr'f. (lic saffron pliiut, tho llnne his fast becnmin; inaltere uf firet interest Ihese 1 fooicil trht crept bare. nniFcletsIy, urjoh'serral to .attack tlio Hcn'.ch. wknn of-tlia lu Kram-t ihe I'resldt'.t llis "a'lietl on n iliisHo cslljL-'t made out, thus arous- callerl Iho pf Marini. lo the'lng the Ml on Prpiiiiersbip. Tliote ars not sul- j sall.irits anil dcte.Ucil Ihoui [er- Isfied with the r-rcsirlcnt's rlujlco will' livr sliide the Iblstle Tlie session adjourned ut after which the meiAbcrs of the commission went into executive sessfoa to dis- cuss Ihe notes luVen ut the Thursday silting at Medleiao Hat. The Night Session Very little evidence was submitted to tijc ivage cuianilssion at its night silliim Kriday. Several young ladles appeared (Utd vplnntarily uffered details Loncornlng tilth? finances aud In 0110 turno slurtling slaleinents were ofic-red. Tlic were tiven to understand that ivlmt they told the cotnniission sirittly in confidence and in none of ilie cases were tbe girls bitter against their eniployera. Onn yonng lady Elated that she earns fifteen dollars a week and on that she keeps her mother, herself and pays rent foriier Jimiiu. Tills eur- prised llie conunissioiicrs somewhat biit the youns lady was firm In her statements and she wafe' congratulated on her achievement. ''She was quite young. 1 In anotiior case two young ladies Jointly submitter] estiniatos on their cost of living. Tliey claimed tbclr ex- penses averaged ?SGO a year each. 'I'bis figure apparently Included pvery- One of the tiVo stated she re- celveij sixty-livfi dollars a nioiith anil bad lo receive llr.anclaj assistance. Questions asked showed tliat some of t'la articles in cEtlmntc could ho. worn for more llian one year, accord- ins lo the admissions of of the Eiris by that moans sonic of the men thought Iho estimate could be cut down while oihor (niosllons tended to Uiat details of tlie estlniatos ivere low in some ca An instance was given in the state- ment four suiis of underwear could be nurdiara! for eleven dollars, the four suits to last one year, The wit- ness thought tlul tho winter under- wear could another winter. Snven defers estimated lo pover ft years or siocklngu and ?250 would pay fnr a ycar'a food, The girls estimated room 'rent at 3170 a lio was ''all at on (was fidoptiTl as ttio national of It is raiher hanl for this .Vaiilloha Free I'rnsn tri imriorilaiui why Mil- ioranil siirnild want in plvii up a real live jrjb like iirGmiir-'hip of S-'rance for llir. pi-ccitleiicT of tin- Krench re- iiiibllc. A hart) lienrtetl jieralil reader iilchs nf ilm Viaiit o! Mr. rarliiiKton Atlantic Dead in a llaco at cr meets sutlrlm deatli while at- IcnJins; annual c-venl at IJowness Sallmlny." and tiien remarks "Evi- dently the plumber w'ns not on Ids small i If a leak." 3. flt. Tlinmas. The Hnglaiiil wc-rf. i CoWx-tl. li'.; they IriiA1 10 iv.cep waves nalitiii'il From (ills ij iipnlli'd lo the iijSlHultnn. A r.f Kngllrh. Thrydiluual SlreM, meaning, (bird slrocl rroin "fliepcsydu" lo Ibr: prcjil frnm Ilrldi't to tialc" tllishoiis- AludlKT fitynuiloL'V Tiirrer- liciKliiig reading ineldi (Thiw-Mcmc, Hlrceii, from nio Picnic. I three nw liu- cuniiMtit' >ior'.-. on coat-of- arms. JAi'AXKSE HKSIBENT OF HAYMONU DIES frenzies. With tbe majority.! tell incaiiisiR jncrtillers do; crntesiiiij! esagftcrnlions noihlng but inutldle every effort fur i on by tbn ''friends o! irisli Ireeiiom" ore sufficient lo kilt liioir The Diggblers of the Uinpjre ia the resi are seeking (o niako Iho. franchise which Cantjda, have iiltaii the new yqwer to Vh-re it scnaeti ia o worthy use II- -v_. --v lonsclously, but Ciur Oivn Pdlil. 2J.--H. K'iil IH" the c'iMoiiy. .1 rcsiii'.nt of amanc, i Japan- dircttly- arc crini ruin Internally in liclanil. They vlo-; .lupin late Iho ordinary (uiirlcsiea rosorycd i "'-do iiuianii. rnoy two KIUU here, He fs n-cil- the Umpire hi late Iho ordinary cuurlcsics rosorycd i .ui I int-ndtd aprndlng thn ojulion adopted, ior international inlercourie In a man- j 'Vint'-r i: Tho funeral .will Ihe best use of iier if imitated in other coiui-j the women of] trios, would, smash Ihe world." These' ot'iiclale Ilifeil. employ worila in Uiiiilun Observer merit1 Ilio cottildcralidii nut i.nly nf certain! ill tlie United Sial-ja lu! of certain iu stole who consid- er UieniEolvos CIJK.TI upellers may bo interested In Hit- of a series of old-fashioued fpeiline hces held In a [topular summer of Xorlh Caro- lina to determine tlie words wlitcli are most jllffjculi for Ibo person of aver- age education to spell, By almost uaar.tmoiis consent, eleemosynary" ivas glvnu the Btcllar poEitioij. si cent, of the coiilent- auts iiiectltig disaster npon one or an- other of tbo cfseutial voivcls. "Con- noiEsenr" wrecked tlie arabliions of ull cxcepl lliose who could be classi- fied under that term Itfolf; "fuchsia" was third tit terms or difficulty, being followed In order by and "periphery." long in disgrace as the most easily misspelled word In the or- dinary vocabulary caused litllo trouble in this particular circle; and despite the spread of the ncomvEtlc cult, "onija" was famiiar to only 50 per cent. The n's and one t cinnati Elili keen it jn the general class of "eaccalaureate." REGINA RFXIIN'A. Sept. Rain started to here morning. about seven o'clock Light showers have this intermittent throughout the morning and afternoon. (Special to The Hcreldl WELLING. Sept. Although tho I number of entries from Welling at the School Fair lu It-.iyinond.was not sa largo he expottod, the general cxccltciira of tbo exhibit was eucb rank. to pliu-c liu'in in thn front j Tom Hoycrofl. carried off tho special for the bbsl vortfoliu of drawings. Ills'. '.viA' Ihe only entry for this jirlte. but the throe pencil and four water color draivlnKs calcr- i ed by hlui wors cf such oatstundlng meVlt sifl to make them objects of I special interest. In tho general sec- lion, Grade S, his lantlEcano In watpr colors secured first prlre. In tho sumo j erado bis ortglual- etoir was j tirst prize, the seciiud prizo in this classing going to liuelda Potoram of Welling school. Tom Hoycroft and llu'Klda 1'eterson wefo awarded f.rfl and second prizes, for tlte best1 buslnbss letter in (jnvltf S Biid Jlieb School. The prlre for llio bent Ijiislness letter also to Tom -Rcvtioft, tho first nnJ soc- ond prizes ii: wiMfng, Grades li ui'.l 7, to and idi.vniond Uulloek; and the first prize in writ- tins. 9raiio lo Viola Sch'in.crH. With every tmto'.nn subje from Welling' Kl either or second iirizi'. riie '.-MV.CS in all cliispes would have been more numerous but for the unduo de- my in placing the prize list in the hands, of the pupils who iiad only a few days In which to prepare their exhibits. Your Children DESERVE A MASON RISCH On a "cheap" piano they will never learu or play perfectly. You'll be surprised how little- wo ask for tbo Jls.son Risch lasts a lifetime. term's of payraeut ami '.'Factory to Homo" prices. "Ttre Balmoral Block Home the V ANGLICAN St. Augusiln's Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St Rev. M. Burrow, Rtctor. Rectory, ?12 8th St, S, Telephone 1405 year, which work." out slightly more i tnan fourteen rtollara a moritli, Another ynuris lady testified ttnl she 1.1 reroiviriB forty dollars a month a cashier'bin she Is supported by her [i-irents. Whllo iuisworlim biir.c- Irons she ad that only liir-.t she does not have trouble niaKinsr lior cash balance which drew (be remark from one rnni; that he v.-onh! ivlllingly pay her more ban forty a month (o nis for I HARVEST FESTIVAL Sunday, Sept. 26th Services at 8 a.m., 11 run. nud 7.30 p.m. SPECIAL MUSIC. FULL CHOIR. "Como, yo people, como, Italso Hie song o( Harvest-homo; All is safely gathered in Ero the wlnler clonus begin: miirli! our (1) lje mucii COMK To OODS OWN .TEMPLE, CQilK. RA1KK Till; KONC1 0V I1AKVEST- 1IOSIK." Wedncsdny, St. Michnel'a and All Annels' of Holy Communion ID Chapel al 10 a.m. hi. trjrcessions and Study Class, at 8 p.m. Ushors for Itoso- warn, D. A. S.lnipson mid Wlllcos. i'j.'l from FrorH THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDCE stnted lhat Ihe prohibition act wont oven furlhcr In in definition of ri prlviiti: rlw-lling was. by stallnu! Rev' T' D' whai rhntibl nut be. considered :t nrl-1'271 5lh'Avc. N, Phone 1651 vain rtwriiinj; the act, Choir Leader, Mrs. F. clearly Indlrmiii" tho Inldullrms of! ..._... Ihe Ingis-latiuc to rvoid any nossiblt-! RALLY DAY IIy cf evavion of provisions oil with special exer. Iclsos by Cradle Holt, Ucglnnera ami Hor.or. after to Ilopartmonta. Hrgimipnls of ci.iiucil both sides for boys' and Bii'la' 'in- to a fiitnro titnti] parlmentii. 7.SD llally wiih adult doiparlracnt from u contractor' slwrtliiuue fit llroukvillc 120 of least, dynamite, and 100 feel least, by the fi i51' ti by courts. served lila and [he mart adjourned. This rap'! a-muiiCil milch Inter- eat throuRbniit tho jirovince, owing to Ihe value of Urn Hijuor in dlsimle and lo the (net ilia I Ihe case hlngca en- tirely upon technicalities. The saying that a ccacli anil sli could 1m driven through almost any ntatnto will tie substantiated or illscrertllrd in far as jirublbl- tlon act la rimcerncd, In this caso at METHODIST CHURCH KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Cor. 4th and 11th St, 8. Rev. Chas. E. 8.D, Psnor Mr. Claude Hushet, LAB, Choir Muter Owing to'the Illness of. Uov. C. K. Cragg in Calyary, It has boon decided to continue 'the- united services of Knox nnd Wesley churches for the month of September, morning sorvice at Knox and .evening service at Wes- ley. It Is hoped that .Mr. Crass will bo able to resume his work In Octo- ber. ASSOCIATE? BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., 6th Street S. i-nnlays, p.m.1 Blbte Slnrtjr. Sundays, p.m.t Bible Study. WrrlneMlhya. p.m.: Blblo Study, followed by praise, prayer .intl tec- tiniony uicttng. Ail No Ccfllecllori. All publications of Society may now bo oblnlncd locallj, inclndinc "Finished Mystery." Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Strut A, H. Donoon, Mlnliter, Ernest F. Layton, Organist Cholrmister.. United Service between Knojc'Fres- bytorian Methodist- will continue throughout iho inontf! of September Services in charge ol Hev. Capt. Denoon, and will be held in Knox In the morning, Knox choir In charge, and Wesley In the evening with Wesley choir iu charge. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Bcginnerj; Class. 12.15: Wg Sisters. 2 Ulg Brothers. p.m.: Chincso Class. in charge. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Pastor John McAHster. fcunday Mornlrm, a.m l-ivenlng, .7.30. p.m. Piblo School, IJ.OO p.m. I Titesdny nlgfil.' ii'.OO p.m. lmrGdny-'Ymni'j'People, K.OO p.m. Everybody welcome. by Ihfi final diapoaflMi arrived dispflslllgn arrived BETHANY HALL 203 13th Street North Sunday Meetings Worship and Breaking ol Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Kvangelistie Service. 7.30 p.m. (jou's of Knlvatlon proclaimed, A Hearty Welcome To 'All. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Htil Block, 7th Slrect Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Sunday School, 13.10 a.m. Meeting. Wed. al S p.m. nmdlni iicgm open dally from S lo P-Pi FIRST BAPriST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Street Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. 8. Jonoc, Director of Choir Y.IIAT STAXP FOR Kvnngellcal Ministry, ftegenoralB Membership, Liberty, Christian Equality'and. Biblical Au- thority. .Services aC 11 "The Inspiration cf Scripture; Us Extent, JJefinition, and Proof." Sunday school and lliblc clans at, 12.15 In tbo Clb Ava. Xorlh Church, at 3 p.m. service at "Tho Stoning of Jcsu.s." Everybody SVnlcomc SALVATION ARMY 11 a.m.: Holiness 2 Surjdr.y School. 3 1'nifcc Meollns. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation Adj. Hardy and IMc, officers charge. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Cor. 3rd Avc. antf Elh 51. 9, Sunday School.- 10.30 n.m. Cbrlaliati lindcavor, 6.30 ;