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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD AM) CAKNIVAL FINANCIAL SUCCESS tonight will bear I on ill e 01 the fair-ami earui- i val ot lasi. Ji is uutlerMocd it j- ww u fiaancud rXlthouph the Very j padroni sod r Ifc Over Iwelve Hundred JDollars Contributed at St. Aueus- loaiRlit are oijXM-ted (o show ibat consMcrablo ImsitRVe was done. pwsjdtm s. and secre- 1J u- win ou ttesr irip Jas; webk to itvgluu all west- t-ru Jioiary etuW were present and ibe of the clubs was The fi'lenrtjd t-oUwtion of I1.2M.9' was matle at the uximlnE and erf oing j Harvest ThankegfTtaE iserviros I ot St. A'.igustin's OQ Sundhy. O! ibif-' ihe ordinary entorurising aniouni over fSiiO was in rasb and tlu-' ihut are the backbone or this payjnenij defened lo IK--j .-ry couoiry, and 3i v 10 them th cc-uibor Is'.. congregations were strniou of two-talent ihe largest iu the history ofthe church j used them to the teit advantage on ami caiuo to render ihanbd for th The i-hurcb was Beautifully decurat-; soft refreshiug showers and sunshin- ed with erulo. and, which brought them if not a bumyt> making an an avease crop. The rr striking beaiity. Above the aliar minded Ihem tho Lord of th- runs nf grain, repressntlng a field of Harvest was .particularly iateiested wheat, vviih bread ind graphs preilom-. in the man of two talents that is vbr'. WILLIAM r-iicr u D inaling in tho sanctuary. hie brought them into !ha story whlctl u ur- iKyri, in The vector. Uore j he (the vk-arl look for Us .Men i foani.a, d i, and e' "c t -d there" preached his monung ferwou from I of fire Ulents .were rare. u, the text in Fsalm 7S, "He gave them tlonsl' talents of- tan brought drink as out of the great ihem ao conceit which; U-sisiative Asseralilv Jlr llulf came Two beautiful anthems were rendered j was not favored in this rc-mtmijy. oa to Xuva Siotia iu 1S95 'anil built an a by the choir, "0 Lord llov tho oihev hand men with one talent' large business as a fish merchant and in the morning and "Praise the Lor.l "were in danger of ilulng what the umn O. Jerusalem." In trui evening. that cluster Conference At Calgary On Work Amongst Boys j RJ.'--' woi-k now lioing rcudurfeJ ur.Oe.- dlivctivti of boards of ili- rri-tur.- of !he Y.M.C.A. urgaiiilJtloUB, may soon be uniior a separate board. This quesiiou was fully :it a conforcoi-e ia (Vntrs) i Mc-thodist rliurflr. IMlgary, on Saiur- uay. otfic-ials ci I way." Mrs. Teagarden said today at j the hospital.. She made all the clothes for tlie expected haby during the last few weeks. the cjotll un- der the sewing ihachino needle with chin, cut out patents, and, threaded the neeiile-with her feet. Mrs Teagarden was born without arms. j The baby's outfit is..more than tha! of most arrivals at the Uos-i pital maternity ward uursea slid to.-! day.. The baby .is normal in every re-[ it was said.' ,i the average crop in a country ot aver- Tor the most place _. people. Our. strength 'lies in RornblTiation. co-ftnetation and co-ordin- ;ance of the ordinary qualities and.fac- ilities of the average man rather than in the exceptional brilliance of men of of large enterprise we have and are thankinlfor, but it is raise a-point which, it sustained will have a mighty effect upon all income taxes, at present levied bv provinces and municipalities. Mr. O'Connor's contention is fiat since the Dominion government took upon itself to im- pose an income tax the power of the fFAKE FRUIT BEVERAGES WASHINGTON, Sept. against "fake fruit beverages which hive flooded the soft drink market since the advent of prohibition" was issued today by the public health ser- vice. of the orange beverages now being sold in the United Slates, It was said, consist only of sweetened carbonated water flavored with a little oilfrom the peel of oranges and arti- fically colored. shorts at present are rcry scarcoJ PlbKFORD SUED FOR Wife' Week Preceding HVr'Dealh." Pickford Is beiue sued for J30.0W by five dressmaking houses, which allege the money is due them for gowns and other garments ordered by his wife, Olive Thomas whose subsequent death from curial .poisoning. a sensation to the enliro worW.V 1 he gowns, It was alleged, were order In the week pre- ceding the poisoning. Olive spent much of her time iu'tho most Bump- tuous of the dressmaking establish- ments.- She had ordered fifty dresses and Iwo fur coals, one of ermine and seal and one of mink. She had bat two fittings, and none of the garments had been delivered. The claimants however, argue that the orders were definitely given, and Threaten to seize Pickford's trunks for surety, unless he makes payment before he leaves Paris. Sept. word hiE j been received In Calgary yet as to iwhen W. H. Armstrong, director o! coal operations, will he In the city to .discuss the new situation that UBE lurifum rtv'tr illA demand fni- on -In. crease of 51.15 a day for day wage workers In the coal mines of the pro- vince. Pending big arrival operator? not express nny opinion. -They will no doubt arrange to -the officials of Ihe United illne'Workerf of America at a conference but the outcome of this Is highly problemati- cal, as they have on the strength of the recently gone ahead'making contracts for their coal. STRONG FOK After five years of effort, eipert accountants have failed, "to find an error of in figures totalling more tlian in settling up the bankrupt estate of, Josiali V. Thomp- son, Pittsburg, tho-largest industrial failure in the U. S. i (High" River Times) i. B. Chudleign, formerly of Ihe district, Foremost was here on Monday on bis way south, aud met with his old frieuds of homestead days. Hr..Chudlelgh is an out and out optimist with regirds to the future of Alberta, bnt admits he is pessimistic about the political fuure ot our country. >Ie'can only he optimistic Mi-hep the: farmers' pnrly gets control of.the 'National.Govern- ment, and this he predicts ,will occur at the next general election, Preliminary work on anjalgsmatini: all union labor organizations in Great- er New York has been Btarted.by.Sam- uei: Gompe'rs. THROUGH CANADIAN CANALS OTTAWA. Sent. number ot vessels passing through all Canad- ian canals during-August >vas-4.S92' with n net tonnage of increaso of 45.200 loiis over August! last year. Passengers carried :on- j against last year. Cargoes against last year Canadian Men and Women ask you to CANADIANS are engaged exclusively in the manufacture of Boots EaadiShoes, The' jndostry prorido them with over a year to spend witbia tbe Dominion. They pay rent and they help swell the total of Canadian trsule.1 men sod womcA ftn manx] thousands