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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE FOUR DAILY IRMALP Sl-PTCMllEU ttbe Dcralb Blbcru AND WEIKLY a LETHBRIDCI HIHALD INQ COMPANY, LIMITfD Street South, W. A. luduiun Ideal ici Director Eualnui TELfPHONII Otflci Office Member Audit Bureau of C'rcultUone Subecrlptlon Ratei: DeJlr, debarred, per Ted .....I .la Hatty, delivered, per rear ......7.60 Daily, by mill, per yeir ...i... S.OO Weekly, by mell, per 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per to U.S. 1.53 cm of h'.a stay Ktr Ihc present, with the uncertainty, there ts a mark- of time In retard to decorations a Dales or expiry of subscriptions ep- dally OD address label Acctpi papers after eiplratton date h our aulDorllr to coutln-je iho sub THE COALDALE FAIR. The Coaldale district bu set an ei unple irhlch may be veil followed in other districts, in making the same a regular annual event, by ihe toMlng ot a School Fair. Thai It has creala a greal deal ot Interest eridcnt Iron tbe success attended IL A fair o( Lhe description" of that hel Coaldale la, eminently La keeplni wiih a farminE community and Hie Important purpose ID an tgr Ural area of nol only directing th yonthlul mtnd to agricultural pursuit but planting nn.'affectlon for the sami A feature ot the Fair vas the Eloc Jndiinf, In-which the pupils o[ Lh school competed in glvjEE the variou points ot a horsa. This In'a rura community where the sons are intern ed to-follow the fathers on the farm: and EO pieeerre the MabiHij and coi tinattlon ot a basic industry, U we within tbe Beopfl of education. To make farm life less or a. drudgti and more of a pleasins pursuit is worthy- aim In Ihe economic of the West No tetter means cou be than those adopted in th V_Stehool Fair: The Ide needs ooaBldnrable developing in ib mujnre 'the importance ol Terr encooraiinj leatnre Uie.iCpalaale ScSoel Fair thit man aa lie report' knS' ;Jair which precedwj V the aialle, pos'lljlv, sumt It up rightly hen it if the American Keder- loc of Later wins l! n1ll rank II- among toe mosl labor odtes In .the world aqd can AaTe Iti 7 lor a long time. If It loses organ- red labor will suffer from che effects >r many years. TUBER FAREWELLS af the record rainfall or brlof forth (he crop reulu ueit i which it prosoostlcilee. Some IEeias should tit devised to as soon as poftitle the hour Rev. F.Taylor Leavlrf For EBR- of Typhoid At CoalCllv the sociil The chnir was 9ccupitd br Mr. lUmtun who by Jcha B411, auJi an exiellent and program vis rendered. Vocal ,10105 were'ilveu "b> Mrs, Mrs, Crete. Mlas Mrs. Vayro. [Ktthlwn Mr. Tuflley aud jMr, GiJman; pUuo soloa by Mri, j Morrow SyUli llaiy by Marlon Bell: butterfly "dance by Kathleen McCarter and reclUtirni by Hilda TruEwtll, Marr Hamtuaji and Mrs. Walker. Mrs. 1 Gregx acted ts accdmpinjsi durinc the prcsram. The Rev. A. C. minister ot Knoi church, Otr O TABER. SerU Taber eitvude ol the Prince and the dura-1 .to Coildtlo on J. Q. Gallagher. President of the Co.. IXd before the Dosrd ot Commerce In Winnipeg that his company must ollow Iho prices ot tho SVtt CaDad- an Co, OllOT. U IK a case of being swift to fair held last All oar deltshttd. King's weather Is iha rule at ent, ereu thotigb.' IMe It nol :g. froat yet. Lawns'loot Jag their best, eiid iarden ttuff still tDirins rigorously! Rail? Day Sendees for yoyos a old in the local churches neit Sun- day. and speakers. Uoost and Rev.. A. .11, JOeuoon ot Letobfldje and Rev. Huit Malhcson or Raymond wore vMiors at the manae on Mon- day. The program cf Sports Field Day for the school children of Taber atid surrounding AislricU Is out acd alas, is too rast for reporting In de- We unted .G9 and upon to speak. then He expressed P lA AICKED UP IN SS1NG rUHTHE KUSY At the recent coaTenllon of tbe Underwriters' Association of Can- da. Mrs. McClung suggested that femftle iniurance wag more j quit. N'o need here [or square peas in ostly to the companies than male j round holes. Races. the men should be made 10 pay lUUe more to make up for this. j The big time be held In foe "mere es Mrs. McCIuoff j the recreation park on Friday. "Sept. lyles him, will consider the lady'a j 26th. commencing at 1 A baslcet- "nlipeill! cne3 "n Ot ln- i And oh Joy! Good prliss tor every iment soraen-hat selfish In rend of 1C 1 cannot something nobody tjise shall. Its ba" teams, he ElaSed between from (he Lethbridge school for himself, hit congregation and the whole community the deep resrel fell at Ihe approaching departure of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. He bad four.J Mr. Taylor 10 be an honorable, cultured L compauiouable brother In Chrlsl, friendship he greatly apprec- iated, and with whom It was pleasure to co-laborer in church and com- munity work. He also voiced the llngi of.the community In respect lo Lhe great Mrs. Taylor had rendered In connection with the Hod Crws Society, and the nlfitt re- card in which, .she waa held by all. In conclusion he wished Mr. ind, Mrs. Taylor a safe Journey and a pie aunt frsil In the homeland, and' expressed tbe hops that the wander fever would brine them back to Alberta Mir. MaTTiard'was then called upon and on behalf of the church' wardens and the members of St. Theodore's To Ibe Rev. Fredertcfe Taylor, Rector of SL Theodore's Pwish. Taber. Albertt- Revereod and Dear Sir. U was wllh the deepest feeling of regret that we learned of Llie ap Waterloo town square Is to (runs- fonned Into a Central part. A, M. has llie hotel at Port Cecil to A. Curry, for A 1C year-old office boy by L. il. t Co.. New York ol other churches tint you have- exerted your Influence anj giv- n of your time and energy to further welfare of Ihe boys auj girls of e town ol Taber. Vftur directing mnnel will be uilased by those hi larse of the "teen age" classes, or iiitzed In connection with tho Can- dlau Standard Efficiency Tesl Move ent_ and your plnce will hard to Your sincerity of purpose lias en- eared you Lo the hearts of Ilia men. ora of tho cotigrcgaliGD. and your Uclful nianuer has iun.dc rougti places! disappeared wllh In bonds. Khchetier has been notified that no American, consul will be s'MtoneJ there. j J Sarula workmen have ROUC on rec- ord as being In favor of aa day. Adaiu Holley. pi Doruoch, lo Kingston pcflitcnttnry lor four for arson. Albert T. Moulrcull. Ford, lias been appointed customs collector for the of Windsor. Xorlh Heufreiv Llbcmls nomlimted Thomas Moffrvt aa a canilldato for To Increaie the salaries ol the niembers ol the Board ol Commerce ,o laeet the increased cost of living s a contradiction of Laiogs, as Dr. Micliael Clark rcmarKed In the House, seeing that the object of tha Board to TEflu'ce the cost ol lirmj. The member wlio supported Ibe locrease of salaries on Ihls score was rery on- fortunater In the argument he used. There may be raltd reasons for an Increase in Qis salaries ol tha Board of Commerce, but the reason referred to TTHS certainly not ot the kind. Poaching deparluro of younelf and cillieris are urged to attend acfl rnol your esteemed helpniBte from our for their favorites. No admission fee, midst, and tnit feeling Is intenitfled a difference .one 111 tie letter In the report ot the seme of excelled those br the adulti. Thh sbowa to ".irhat Client of the yoapg- farming Kiay be carried, it fvrUi'er 'lirmes that the interest in those brought np amongst agriculturml siir- rotmdlnga Is latent and only needs cultivating to make H fulfil the pur- oCattncitflK Ihe. comlns gener- atlon to "Uie land, thus offsetting the confection..tD'.creat makes! Board of Trade luncheon, was type- written was by a typo- graphical error and, in that the proofreader evi- dently suffering form a EUdden attack of myopia, pined muiter as'such., 11! wc-have not yet recovered from heart failure, through reading.the sentence as H appeared'In cold print "-In out Issue with ila b'enie and meaning Intended completely 'altered, iff .the reason 1 idles' and Clab" anfl Boarfl ol Trade, THE STEEL STRIKE THE UNITED the steel tlrlke that Is now foinc on In the United States II Is club of iLefrl belween tbe Federation of Labor and tbe United Sleel Corporation. In Ike history of, strikes It may be Bald the biggest coateit yel .'torween two watendlnc other 'mojlTeE Marriages this snmmr, according lo the compilers of vital statistics, are twice aa many aa this time last year. With these marriages there baa been a great call on widows. The Calgary Herald, in endeavoring Lo explain this demand for wtdowa in the matrimonial market, pull It down lo "our old _ altraction of the-widow. It saya, 13 the fact that she la the possessor of a little-slock of furniture. This must cause a very disturbing aUle of mind among the widows who have been married, and ajiy "rlfl In the lute" In the pe ond plenty of refreshments served. On Tuesday of last week Ernest Tib- nets was hated by Chief Faulds.before Magistrate Lay ton and fined ?2G.QQ and cosU for having in his liquor than the law An interesting ceremony took-'pltce on Sunday jnlght. in St. Theodora's church, when a Brass Altar Cross, presented by the Junior Guild In mem ory of Ihe la'te Rev. David Jones, first rector of the church, was unveiled by Miss Hilda Truswell, secretary of the Juild. Dedicatory memorial prayers were read by Her. P. Taylor, after which the hymn "For All the Saints" was sung. Broke Hit Leg While playing baseball with the Taber team at Coaldale on Wilbur Cook broke his leg near the in sliding to first base. For- tunately a doctor was on the grounds e.nd first aid treatment given after which he was taken to the hospital In Lethtridge, where he Is now nonyalea- elng. Typheld Epidemic Coal City is suffering from an epi- demic of typhoid at present- Several of Ihe cases have beon.brought jn to Taber-hospital, Iher are being cared.for. Alice Deck lias been Induced to remain and assist the present epidemic lasts. 'We are! glad-to report at- fleers of" the miners' union are out of quarantine, that the blacklist has been lifted and they are free to mingle once more with 'their, fellow Mrs. Paul Burell and ber.flaughter, Mra. P. for Vemon, 13. C.' Mr. Morris Taintcr-after spending tbe summer holidays with, his parents In Taber, returned on Monday morn- ing to Iowa City, Iowa, to take up hia third year In the Stale UaiversKy there. Honor to Whorn Honor On Wednesday evening In the Min- ers HalTa farewell social, was-given the members and adherents of St. Theodore's church In honor of their iteemed rector, the Rev. F. Taylor, who wilh Ms wife and family leaves for England on .Sept. 30th. Though now that the lime riaa come to say farewell. AL this period recall tbe days of your first a.- rival In the parish In the attain of St Theo dore's church were at a low ebb, not wilhs tan ding the general prosperily thal then preralled throushcut South ern Alberta. You had much lo con tend with at the commencement as In fact you have had throughout the whole term of your incumbency, a: conditions changed from good to owing to successive crop failures and labor troubles. You grappled with th problems which continuously con 'ronled you with an energy lanexcell ed and seldom equalled by other mln :stera of our church In Western Can afla, arid under guidance an direction the work _ of' the Parish "ha progressed In your care. Yon will, w Irist, In future years be able lo tak Rome pride in LLe progress mide b the church since you took charge; Ih heavy icort gage .debt has been entlrel liquidated through the efforts of your self, assisted by unsparing work of -your loved asserted through tha [natrumen.La.Ul of the Ladles'- Guild, the Chancel o church has been permanently- 1m proved and .beautified under.. your- di: ecfibb, and" comfort' of gation has to by 1m made In th church! works -all bee perfonned and paid for 07 (he'congr gatioh inspired b'jr year, example.'; Your Epirilual work in Tabw, s-ha not been solely confined to wor of Ihe Anglican church, and it', ha j-oen a matter ot ettreno satlsfacllo to our own and also case of Iheae couples, the Calgaiy Herald will have lo take Ibe responsi- bility ind the blama. In iplte of prbhibltloB, crime In- fud in Chicago in August over June, and Increased 58 per cent over attributed to the strlkt, or what olber objecta toblnd H, the principle on It It fought ii atated (o be I hat the "open prellmlnai .wfalch led to the present conteat IWTe beaa lummed up' by tbe MOD tfia] GuetU which U. Corporation, per Ijapai more from business than humani DUD a good .em Hi quarter of a mill loo -.woflieji InclBde men of erery trade e-f and aklll. The amrllon made that, without pres- mn, and responsibility the company'! workers pood pay as the imUway V brotberbooda, ariilocrali o( or- CulMd labor, who hare members ol CMvreM to do ihelr bidding. Mr Ouy. chaJmua ot ot dfrectori of the TJ. B .Steel Corpor- aUoc.lB quoted; M stallni poal- Uoa of tbe company u follows: do not confer, ncjotlate wllh, or combat labor unions as tucb. We eland for the ihop, which .'.inlts a. man lo In the dlfercnl 1 lines of employment, whether be be- loAfiB to B, labor union or not. Iblak 'his attltade Bftcdrea best to ,the generally uid to demand i of Fedenllon of 'Labor, are to change Mr. order. from clauies rulatlDif ip tht wUbJUhmenl of tbo In Taber for a HUla over years, Jlr. Tnylor has by hla many gifl3f his sterling character, hia efflc lent nnd fidelity as a pastor and his public services, endeared himself to his congregation and' won con- fidence and high regard of (he other churches.'in the town and of the cit- izens at Hence a large and representative gathering wag present NOW- Is the time to call us about thai fire insurance. DELAY MAY MEAN DISASTER THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral LetSbrldge the Ontario legislature. Two prisoners, Keimctb Kano and Harold Such, escaped from the counly Jail in llrauinton. The annual Soulh plowing match will be held at Anron farm on Oct. 23. The employees of the Ha mill on Street Hallway company arc upklnR a 25 percent Increase. moclh and brought solacn and con- Eight and boys wero brought o.atlon to those in trouble whether' MaglEtratc llbke of CJall for Infraction of Ihe game laws. Henry Hudson, tlali. had his.collar bone broken when hi I by HII auto- mobile while rldiog a blcyclo. Chas. O'Conncll. a well known north- ern Ontario mining ensluecr, died at his homo In Jlnlleybury. glrale Goriuaii. Sarnla, has onlercil Thas. Uarnps, drug addict, to be depurted tu (ho United Stntes, Karlscourt veterans adopted a, r lullon endorsing the gratuity plrilual or temporal. On this occasion of farewell we coh- oln ourselves with llio reflection Oml ur loss Is Ihe gain or others, mui join ur prayers wllh yours that your work or Christ may bo deepened and trengttened. until God shall call you your reword. Ve wish Mrs. Taylor, j-oursclf and amlly. good luck and God speed. On behalf of SL Theodore's Church. 'aber. Alberta. Canada. JOHN BELL, Rector's Warden. W. WALKER, People's Warden. At the close of the address Mr. May- ard on behalf of the congregation presented Mr: Taylor with nn envelope ontalmng a substantial cheque for. ilrj. Taylor and himself. Mr. Taylor In reply, acknowledged he girt received anj expressed his deep appreciation of the honor done lim on this occasion. lie mentioned he family reasons thai led him In islt England nl this lime and express ed the expectation that he would he returning to Canada In the not Tar distant future. He then reviewed Ihe havo gone on Blrjfce work of the past two years and en- "lUs an hour, con raged the congregation lo perse-1 _ rere In their good worlc, giving Lheni I as a motto the words "Go In con-. elusion he thanked the members of the Vestry, Lhe Choir, the Junior Guild. :hc Ladles' Guild and the Sunday School teachers for the ossisLance they lad given him.In the work and wished them all God speed. Short nddrcases also.made by 111 e Rev, C. Cook and Lbe Rev. Mr. Wiggins eulogistic oT Mr. Taylor anil his work. Refreshments were then served and e evemnc'a program brought to a close with a hriet social dance. Next Sunday, SepL Tny- 10! will bring-bis niinlstry to an end SL Theodore's, officiating at both services. The G. V. A concert on Oct. 1st in Ihe Hex Tfic.itre will he a unique one and Trill laciurte a Gipsy nance. Sprigs Dance and vocal solos and duels from.the hcsL music. Come. Caruso has tone to Mexico Cily, where he will slue eleven Llmea for J-.ieut.-Col. W. G- Douglass announc- ed liia intention lo ros'gn front the secretaryship of ihc Windsor G. W V.A. Laborers In tbe employ- of Lhe Sc, Branlford for fifty-live You children deserve it THEY will appreciate and learn oiuilc much futtr when Ibey tuva a reillr good pluno lo play on. There's none HlftCH Uua our method of 'Factory to Home" sclline. Easy term 3 ol payment. Ask for ftylo MASON UNITED Dra. BloeK of Vktrela" New law requiring drivers of aulos carry licenses is ucnv In effect iu Michigan, Government nil rale plant at Mus- sel Shoals, Ala, was bunted. Loss On lines In New York ijjit women ticket sellers were discharged and replaced by mcii. Minnesota pa ESDI I a bill providing a Lonus of for cacti month served by soldiers and sailors. Imports of precious sLones Into ttic U. S. declined from in'lSIC to In 191S. Fur prtces at International Fur Ks- changc's aucLlon In St. Ixmls eliou- advance of 150 lo per cent over last ycnr. Puzzle in Foot Comfort do your feet feel comfortable when flrsl you put your slioo on and Inter feel 35 if they would burst your shoes? U is not necessarily Llio fault of the shoe. Vnb'w .lliu reason and the method of correction. Bring such (roubles and we will ellmlnnlc Lhcui for you and make you walk Filling shoes nropcrly nnd Tout Cbrnfort'oiir-'specinUy. ASK TO 3E FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING Phone No. 651 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company The Larfett Life Innirance Bosineu in the World. CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN SL Cyprian Church 11tn ind Ith tiuth. Services us usual. There will lo celebration of Holy Communion at Ihc 11 o'clock ser- vice. Rev. S. Mlddletou will bo Lhe jireaclier. ST. AUGUSTUS'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and Bth Street South Canon J. E. Murrell-Wriahl, M.A., Recibr. Holy Communion, S a.m. Matins, 11 a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday' School, 3 p.m. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev, Chaj. E. Crage, B. On PaltDr. Itulilence 320 llth SL S Phinet: Parsonage VH. Church Sluriy WS Cla-jdr Hiiohic, L.A.B.. Mus. Dlrcclo' 11 a.m.: "Paying the Price, or the Cent of Efficiency." p.m.: "Workmen Wanted." 12.10: Sunday School riml Uiulc ClassDR. Tho Knlly Day Services ncil. Bunday, Oct. ath. Hour, PRESBYTERIAN Knox Qhtirch Corner Ave. ancT fith Street S. A. H. Denoon, MinlBtcr. E. F. Layton, ornanlvt antl choir teaser 10.00 a.m.. Sabbath School. 11 n.m.: KlnclerEarten and HcginlKTd Class. 1.1 a.m.: Service.' 12.1S. nig Sislcrs. 2 p.m.: Dig IlroUicrs. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 p.m.. Evening Service. UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LBTHBRIOGE i Rev.tE. J. Hodglni, B.A., Patter The Reclor will he slai! lo mcsl ith Ave. N. Phone 1653 new comers who may have corns r jachson. lo tos-n during the summer, aflor any o( Lhe services. ,0 am. luaia[ pI-actlcCi ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBRIDGE RAULY DAY 11 a.m.. In the 1 and allr men associated with BAPTIST fhorch lar iBcreaan, tie Mention tW aeaki of ind irfi M apply li tuiatt- ft work- Cke at ooaimT otou, fk n. Mpl BundiiTi and boDilayi, from 3 lo S p.m. There the Bible and author- Ited CbrlitlAn Science literature may be rmA, eorroved or parchaaed. Tie publlo le cordUUr IsrlM at- tend Ue uriliet, M rW( ;