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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim THK LETHBRlDGtt DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL letbbrlboe alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY end LtTHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED tH Ursst South, L.thbrlij. W. A. and Maniilcf Director Tcrrancs BUJIIVJI Manass TELEPHONES Office MMorlij 1252 '224 TO BEAR AND FORBEAR To wake the- world more than it sometimes to be rests largely OH the individual. To obtain this -it is necessary to desist from thinking the worst and not the best ot our fellow man. Life both for ourselves r.nd the other individual would be far plwaater if we pradHC this inure often than some of us appear lo do. It would bo well to think Iws of tho evil we too often imagine dwells ia others and io search for the gooJ in UK-HI. There is a too apparent tendency to ascribe evil to action! are very often meant for arc in this respect prone- io be- too mercenary in our judgment of others in choosing to behove that mercenary motives are cloaked under good intentions. _ Tho vorid needs lo be more tolerant ami li> analyze the motives of i ttihers without being too liosiy to form judgment. If men wcro all loo prone io judge harshly ilio world never havo adtanced, as i! has advanced, to a better" state of Men and women who worked for makiug the world a bettor place to live in would never have achieved the measure of they have achieved, and by which, it has to be confessed, the world as a whole has profitted. No individual is prone to judge himself by the. standard he sonie- i times others. There is no reason vhv lie should not allow this I ,t i _l__-li DECKED UP lASSING K UAH Need of Foreign Missoins Urg- ed by Music i personal opinion oi himself to in the way he i> Kccustoffied Member Audit Bureau of Circulation P.stst: Dally, delivered, per wooV delivered, year regard others. Mucli of our own peace of laiiiil would not stand !o be ndangered if we allow iho fame coiifideralioit we give' ourselves to LK; Dslly, by mall, year S.M Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by null, per year to V.S. 2.W ot eiplrj ot subscription ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- of papers after expiration our authority to ccutlDni Ue .....I .13 (bestowed pn others. 'Die bane of the AAV is the amount of suspicion that trie POLICY FOR HENDERSON PARK It Is satisfactory to find that iho makinr of Henderson Park -what it to city and the citlzeas has had Its appeal to Commissioner thrown 611 those. who are nos always deserving of the some. The like applies to institutions for the spread of all that ia just and all that i? good. We underrate motives. To judgo from the action oi some there is abundant need for the greater practice of the Goldeu Rnlo. Thit applies to thought as well as to art ion. It would bo well to our- fclres oecasioually to think of others us we would that they should think of us. It inay be (oo often that underlying motives are only too apparent. To consider that this is the rale and not the exception would be a grievous mistake. To diccorcr and condemn evil is oue tiling; to evil is sdlan Mounted Police, ws'nrast In- stinctlvely accord that very credit- able w-nrt hac 'lone. What Is Meeob. He has planned a policy now covered by Si moa and 10 horsna which, we feel euw, will be highly W36 previously covered by 112 men welcome to those who valuo tho im- portance ot tlis Park In its relation to tta city. The Commissioner has tho right idea and be has shown himself fully Rllve to the needs of ths city which He'nderson Park can he made, to servo. TO note the Interest taken ind the very practical policy mapped out is enconrasing In that It betokens that Commissioner Meecil has not only good Intentions but intends to put the .same. Into practice. If the policy planned matures, nnd ihore is no reason why it should not, Henderson Park, after long waiting. will have come Into its own in the way it is bound to be reirarded by tho citizens at large. The policy covers tho ground and well worth the cloae consideration given to It. As an asset to the city the re- fiults.wlll be highly appreciable. Onco started on tho right lines there are many possibiliiies open to the Park in line with the development the city ia bound to undergo. The suggestion that the notary Club, which has leased a portion of the Park, should niake IIEO of the Irri- gation facilities afforded Is a. good one. The putting it Into practice will serve as a practical object lesson of what Do You Know? that, ronelderins the vast extent of territory (hat has I be euperrfted and the email amount of aen with which to do this, the re- sults have been as they arc. This speaks well for tbe guidance ot (lie force, In tho case of the local one, and of tha morale which has been In- (tilled Into it. When we lake into regard the. vast covered by tho local divi- sion of tho A.P.P., one of sriuaro miles, and remember, aa has been pdlnted oat in the Inspector's report, lhat tho territory was covered by a much larger force, when in tho Wnlrol of what Is now the Jtoyal Can- bound to militate against what Is aimed at and merit the proper consid- eration desired to make efficiency more efficient. Now for a fair for Navy? FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS Who was Mrs. .Malaprop? What ia the Printers' Bible? What Is a water sky? What is a flog officer In the .n from 60 cents an hour. The schedule has aot been made public. Fourteen hundred men aro affected by the schedule, Including; motormen, conductors, shop, shed, track and powerhouse men. among the allies, the Manchester Guardian says: "All of France's truest friends feel a mistake has been made in her 5. What is Dead Sea fruit? What is the allusion in tweeii the devil nnd the deep ANSWERS A character in Sheridan's "Hi- It Is obvious that none of .the I of all those who wish _ i her the approve so grave ia mistake or the headlong spirit in I which it was made." The newspaper declares that Great Britain In this matter has treated __ the France with the faithful frankness of use of words. "As headstrong as an Ia "lend and that the feeling of the; allegory (alligator) on the banks ol American government on the question the Nile" is one of her famot-s ex- not in doubt.- presslons. "All the news from. Germany .Is' 2. The edition ot the Bible which, i bad." continues, the paper, "and It; In Psalm X1X.10, makes David com-i as K it might be worse before! plain that "printers (prluces) have Is better. Everywhere the weak-1 persecutid me a ;ncss cf tho German .civil.government 3. lu Arctic navigation" !s a nark or j and the lack ot. wisdom in the hasty j IfsTrw it Pays to Advertise BUT It also pays to look around before you buy life insurance A DOLLAR SA VEDISA DOLLAR GAINED You Will Save Many Dollars by Purchasing Your Insurance From-.-- The Metropolitan Life THE COMPANY THAT HAS ONE-EIGHTH OF. THE ENTIRE POPULATION OF CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES INSURED WITH THEM. District 201-203 Sherlock Block. District J. Norrington, Phone 339. brown indicating an opeii sea. 4. Admirals are hag officers. 5. Fair to the eye but nauseous to the taste. 6. To the herd oi swine and the devils cast out from [CONTINUED FROM TllONT PAOEt Henderson Park the people's pleas- ure ground. The day Is drawing nigh when anticipation, it ia to be trusted, will meet with realisation. Irrigation tor Southern Alberta in the balance. Let us trust that tho ealrea of the people of this the Province will weigh heavily In tie scales with those who hold them. wilh regard to'Germany, it was said today In official circles. In ibis con- versation the French attitude will based first on maintenance of the entente, and second, on strict execu- tion ol the treaty of Versailles. The French, although, declaring themselves not saUsOed with some of the terms of the.treaty, accepted it The idea of r.n "aerial stampede" n LothbrldEO 13 a very good one. 'here Is no reason why it should not iring a flight from the countryside o witness tbe same in the city. .as finally signed and now consider It pa" f. sort of charter as regarding rela- Palmer is a an appropriate name or one who, let us hope, will be tho lilgrini In aviation development in ho city end district. However much good roads are necessary aurt desirable, commercial aviation will help out tha situation creatwl by bad roads onder weather conditions. lions with Germany. :gardlng rela Great Britain it Is thought here, considers it rather as -d sort ot elastic basis of settlement of European affairs which' Is capable of divers modifications. Conciliation of these viewpoints French .-.elitire of (ore-! ing things toward some -violent break." i Gave Britain Warning LONDON; April reply of j France to the British note'on the act-i Ion taken by France'in occupying1 a i purt oi Germany was received In Lon- don. The. note maintains that France! gave Great Britain ample warning on April 6 that France considered It nec- essary to take military steps It Ger- many failed to withdraw her troops. The reply mentions -that tie unratt- fled treaty drawn up between France, Great Britain and the United States for the protection of Prance, presents proof of Germany's violation of the peace treaty, and concludes with'an expression of the wish of France to. act In accordance with the wishes of; the allies, and a hope for further con- fereriCba On ihe subjecL The British foreign office1 has not slated what form the French warning look, but it is assumed that It was pre. sented verbally by the French ambas- sador. Note Is Notwithstanding the Insistence of France that there was no alternative for her In tlie circumstances except will be the object of tbo ensuing con- occupation ot German territory and versatlons, during which France. It Is j her denial of the statements that sho said, probably will ask Great Britain had acted without warning, officials whether ft stands for execution ot the here view the note as conciliatory, be- treaty. U. 3. an Observer WASHINGTON, April Unit- ed Slates' attitude toward any adjust- ment of the new situation created by Ihfi entry ot French troops Into Iho Ruhr district of Germany, will con- tinue lo be more that of an observer than an Interested participant, from what can ho learned In official circles. It Is known tho state department was in communication with London and Italy, as well 33 France, >jp to the -THE GREATEST STORY IN THE WORLD ffAS TOLD IN EVERY CHURCH IN THIS CITY LAST SUNDAY. Monaslis of this Mesaage the sfplPU and and experiment of Sir Lodge and Conan Doyle shrivel Into pettlneas and friadequscy. THE STORY IS THAT OF THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST sure.t warrant of Man's Life Beyond the G rave. Come to Church Tomorrow, and share tho Comfort and Hope Joy of the Resurrection. YOU are In Every Houst of Worship In Loth- brldjo. REMEMBER that In ease of sickness, sorrow, or other trouble, any Minister of the Gospel will be glad to ANGLICAN 6t. Aususlln's Church, cor, 8th Ave. and 11th St Rev. Gort W. Barrow, Rtctor, ot the expressed desire- of the French for an allied conference. This view is emphasized by the fact that Premier Lloyd George left today for San Tiemo, although it was stated yesterday that ho might postpone his departure. Mr. Lloyd George did not attend the meeting of the supremo council which was held here this montfng. Earl Curzon. the foreign secretary, also was absent, because of Illness. It was slated that the council did not In the peculiar position the Domin- ion stands In regard to dependence on fuel o; some parts on the Stales, the question of Alberta coal for tho East ;K not only a provincial but a national question. When !t comc-s to individual re- source- Captain Bowen gave a splen- csposltliMi of same when single-] LONDON''. 'April' lo'.-in' its''cnltorlal tlmo the French array moved forward j discuss tho German situation but con' from the Mayence bridgehead, and i tinned lo work on the TurtlKh treaty, there has been no Indication hero ofj In other official quarters the French any change In the position taken more note is considered to have relieved than a week r.go when tha state fie- j the tension ot yesterday. partment announced that this govern- ment knew no reason why German troops Kliould not be sent Into Ihe troubled district it It wero clcnrly un- derstood that they would he with- drawn when order wag restored. Fear French Hasty, Erred banded he brought, his ship to port. No ono knows tbe llralt of his re- sources until bo tries them out. on the situation brought about by Replace African Troops LONDON, to the Dally Mall, the Eleventh French 8 a-m.: Holy Communion. U a.m.: Matins and Litany. 3 p.m.: Sunday School. 3.45 rm.: Baptism. 730 p.m.: Evensong. Special preacher in evening, tho Lord Bishop of Calgary. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bid a., 6th Street 3. p.m.: Bible Study. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. VVfdnebtihj's, p.m.: Bible Study; by praise, prayer and tcr- tlniony i.-uetlng. Ail Welcome, No- Colleslion. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Avo. >nd 11th St. S. Rev. Chas. E, Cragg, B.D., Pastor Mr. Claude Hughes, L.A.B., Majter 11 a.m. Morning Worship: The pastoi will preach. Sunday School, JZ.10. 7.30 Evening Service. The Fnther nnd Sons Service. Subject: "Fit to Win." Every boy and father urged to bo present. THE UNITED (SHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE latter, .the Mall naya, belonged .to the famous S7th Division which had been occupying tho Mayencq bridgehead nnd, by reason of Ha location, natural- French occupation of Frankfort and ly, formed part of the of occu- the resulting differences of opinion I palton at Frantsfort. division from Xancy, will replace the j corner of 3rd Avenue and 9lh Street In ,_The Rev, p. w. Dafoe( Mr. B. Jcnes, Director of Choir Sailors o! rncte Sara's are Quitting wholesale- owing to inaiirv Tiiatc nay. Tfio teaman arc irate' over their rallnst- i Hon. Uohcit Hogr-iv, lilit Jennings doea not Intend to remain in tlie background. He-its lit-.i eternal in the human breast." j r t I Tho policy of the present limes! should bo not lo KCt back to old parly lines but lo got forward on new party lines. It Is not reaction but action 'that we want In Uieso progressive days. Oxfords That Will Fit the Foot Wo have DTC.BS or Walking Oxfords In -wldtns and lengths that will fit, Yon can have in widlhn AA to T) anil lcngths'2W to 8, They will remain SIVIK Rud comfortable at tho heel.' These in tho latest styles ant] In kid, calf or patcnlj' leather. BLACKS AND'BROWNS ARE FASHIONABLE. Ixjok Ihcsn over oarly MI) make your not lalcr on. ASK TO BE FITTED selection for you may SHOES FOR ALL AGE3 W. J. NELSON CQ. SHERLOCK BUILDING WHAT WE STAND TOK Evangelical Regenerate Membership, Religious Liberty, Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Services at 11 a.m. Subject: "Leadera of Tomorrow." May we eipsct every boy, and every father of Ihs church In the morning service. This Is Father and Sdn Sunday, Sunday School and Bible Chas al 12.15. Sunday School at tho 5tb Aye. Church N., at 3 Bvenlng Service at1 7.SO. Subject: "Christ's Return. In Relation to Doc- Irlne, Promise snd Exhortation." Everybody welcome. Rev. E. J. KodglnS, B.A.. Pastor 1271 6th AV-.S N; Phone 1655 Choir Leader, Mrt. f. Jackscn, Father and Son Sunday. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice, Id a.m., Bujii' Depl. of the Sunday School.In the Hall. 11 a.m. Morning Service: Rev. Capt A. II. Denoon, ol Kuoi church, will preach. 2 o'clock, Beginners and Primary do parlnients of tbo Sunday School in the llnll. 2 o'clock, Girls' Dept. ot Iho Sunday School In tho Church. 3.15: Adult of tho 5. S. In tho Haii. 7.i5: Sons Service. .30 Evening Service. Capl. T. S. Best, cccrelary of the Religious Dopl. for the Xallonal Council of (he Y.M.C.A. SALVATION ARMY 'Adjutant and Mrs, Hsrdy, C.O, usual Saturday night service. fcm.. 3 p.m., p.ta. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Strsrt S. A, H. Denoon, Minlstor. Erntsl F, Lsyton, Organist and Choirmaster.' 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 11 a.m.: Sacrament of tlie Lord's Sup- per. 12.15. Big Slslsrs. 2 p.m.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 o'clock: livening Service. CHRISTIAN CHURCH PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 13th Street North W. E. McAltetor, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship, 11 o'clock. 1'aslor John McAllsler, of Kdmonton Alia., will bo In charge. Sunday Evening, Missionary Service, Miss Kthel Blnceroan, missionary, ot Liberia, West Africa, who Is mak- ing a tour of Western Canada, wilt apeak on her missionary work In Af- rica, o'uilng week, .Tuesday and Thursday at 3 p.m. Everybody welcome- to all of these- services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Hull Block, 7th StrMt Sunday Service at 11 a-m. Subject: "Are Sin, Disease and Death Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Oar. 3rd Ave. and 8th 3t 5. fllMe School at 10.30: Mr. S. XocV Sup'.. Preaching Service at 11.30 a.m.: A Sermon in keeping wilh Father anil Son. Christian Bmlcavor at p.m.: Blanch Ualilerson. leader. Evening Service at 7.30: "In the DC- fllnnlna God." is the beginning of x serlca often sermons. April 18, "Tho Diblc. tlio Word of April 25, ''Tho Christ, tho Sou of etc. Sunday School, 12.10 Wed., Reading Room opo' p.m. daily from 3 to NOTICE MinitlcrE aro reminded that church notices should bo hand- ed fn before six o'clock Friday to ensure Insertion, as Ihis page goes lo press early Sat- urday mornlnft. ;