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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR THE LETHRHtDGE DA1LT HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920 tfoevalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY ProprMort and Publishers THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 32e 6th Street South, Lethbrldse W. A. BUCHAN'AN President and Managing John Torrance Huslnese Manager A DOCTRINE OF DESPAIR Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week .15 Bally, delivered. 'per year ____ 7.50 mail, "per year 6.00 "Weekly, by mail, per year 1.80 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.3. 2.00 INNER LIGHT ON THE U-BOAT 'CAMPAIGN Tte after revelations of the L'-boat ounpalgn. waged by rhe enemy shed A naw on this phase of the Great War. Cures trlctjed If-boai ivarfare OEtltutcd on February 1, 1917, on strength of a Geruiau Admiralty "idedge" that England would thereby he brought to her kures within six months. The causes and effects -Of die failure of this policy were recent- ly examined, by a British Parlia- mentary Committee of Inquiry sitting in Berlin, and the official stenographic reports of the evidence before the Committee, which are now available, tthow that British endurance wss .too much for the inhuman Teuton plan of -warfare. Admiral von Capelie, who was Sec retary for the Navy from March, 1816. until September, 191P. stated in evi- dence. thst in, the' aulumn of 1917. 'as soon as it tie-came apparent that Enghmd could not he brought low within the specified period, he-estab- Jished the TT-boat Office as' a' separate section of 'tbe Xavy Dcpsrtra5st_: Vios- A'dmirai Ritter Von Mann'was placed at the head ot the Submarine Office. .Thenceforward, the of the new Office were treated as par- amount, "Everything else went to .the wall." Admiral Capelle Jnformqd, the .'Cora-. A reader forwards us a marked an rfitovrial with the refers to a rcporiod, ft iiiEtiuluHhod ''yrjacSei'. where it is published, the i-ongrogalion thnl 'ooiiafiions in the. world ?eem tending to the rule of devils that is Ho come upon ij to the extinction of the human riuv. The ti'.illetin quite rigluly re-pudiatos the idea mid coHdemns it as u lvine of despair which wfikes ut the very roots of faith nrid ripht ujj and effort ioviivils if it were accepted h.y ineu and women evetywiii-ri-, the forecast would he fnlfillcd, Ooil Ijo dethroned in ihe human understanding and the.devil would rnli- over a world of oMainrts devoin alike of faith or hope iu 'heir Creator or U'e do not know whp the referred-to is, but with the view he hold- he appears havi' lakvii a i-oiuquioii of the mission of iho Creator. He fails io have fully comprehended the Divine scheme, ami has allowed the siiaiKw ot what, perhaps, he ruts himself Vith H> Inke ihe semblance, is .there Jn the woriil today. of ihe substaiicc- which, in spite of tho It may be that he lias taki'i: the fleeting of a m-oil from all the strain and anguish of the live yours-loo H-i'iously io heart as furoboding the worst that is to conic, upon tlie world. There is not n doubt ofil i? present in the world. There is noi a doubt also that, as compared to tlie compelling contra-i ot th'e.gooi in the world, which shinvoJ itself in the splendid sacrifice of men and women in the faith they hi-id in the iilonls wliirfi make for all that i' the evil thai is .-mi forth in lurid light. If bolieve in our Christianity, if believe ii" Ihe God which ivoi-4 "o.uUv 'Jptb Pillira, ol' Her- ire celled PaalV What is Ark in the ,'.i f. -What Is a monitor in 6. What' i' the origin of the'dollar sign i v MAS 1. Who was the SwiMlleh-Nightin- gale! 2. What 'is Stoilhing? 8. What wos the -stool of repent- ance''? What-wai origin of the ei- prcsslon "rough Had E. What President ot the Uuiied States was known as Rough anil Heady! 6. What .-Is the oldest regiment in the British 'Army, Clinton'tax rate for this 5 ear-will be 37 mills. A Federated'Labor .Union has beein formed at Pellevljle. Windsor's fire loss for the first three months'of this year atnuucts to Arrangements are being for toe holding of horse races at Park- hill oil June 16. 1. Jenny ANSWERS L4nd liladamo Gold it vjersouifics. wv can wurfiire that i? will prevail. To allow :illoiv ourselves to come io think that in ihc between the good and the evil ihat the evil mi-selves to do this would mako the faith we profess to'ue a more fhiun. Let us rather taktf courage thai the world, in the- original amceution of the Creator, whose name we have learnt to know, h? the Gcd ot Love, was intended to be the world whore goodne.-s fhonld anound. _ If there is evil around it is tbat diould profit by the .Eainu in seeing whither it leads and ill? consequences which arise from it. It calls for the thai if within us io stifle the evil, lest it should prevail. To the stand that the world are tending io the rule of evils, would be a serious mistnke, and, in Uie throwing up of hands, we should betraying a moral cowardice of which we should feel nnworthy. I-cl us rather think of the good in triumphing over tho evil that Fred Jennings been appointed Larauton.county. of Thedford, has game warden ol Work.has begun on two blast fur naces at OJIbway for the Canadian Stoel Corporation. to cost Jo.OOO.OOO each. St. Thomas labor aud mem- bers ot the y. if. ,0. will establish a ive 'store. i; Gait, was commit- ted for trial by -JJoglstrate K. Blake for'seductlqn. St. Thomas has formed a Public Playgrounds Association', to establish four ji'aygrourids. Mrs. Vi'rn. CeMes. aged "9, Kinbro, died as' the result of breaking her hip. by'a fall wt the back door of her home. Windsor city council will expro- priate land near the Bssex terminal railroad, to build bint for the niuul coal rite. U G. Sice-le, .of the Scotch line VBB struc'K over the right eve by broken saw while cutting wood, and rushetl to .Uudsay husplUl In a erbus condiUou. Tho United Theatres, Limited, of Jarnta, has purchased property lu 'on which 1st.Pool llegiment now call- 'av'to the c-rnviii fear trmt evil will obtain the mastery over it. The one is the gospel of hope .and consolation to make us what we. have been in- be': the otiier'wiil tend to make, us'even as the beasts that T_ ing, all Borders topth.before and, during the the Admiralty had placed contracts for 810 U-hntts. Of this total. Admiral von Tirpiti ted and the .war, Capelle; himself .Jiad ordered 579. The actual of U-boat, orders during his term of office 98 during the last nine .months oj 1916, 269 during 191 r, and L'30 "'during the' first nine" months of 191S. The U-boat tonnage on order averaged, according to another expert, about tons a month under Ad- and about H.OOO tinder LAdinl'ral Capelle. The Committee was anxious to why there had no speed ing up ot U-boat construction during the nine months or ton 'months im mediately preceding the proclamation of unrestricted submarine warfare in 1917. Admiral Capell pleaded, in the first place, that th polioy. the Imperial Governmen during 1916 was esFcmtially one marking time; eecoud, that the urgen i task crt repairing the damaee suffered i by-. the German Fleet in the Jutland tmttjo imposed z heavy additional j jrfrain npon the dockyaj-ds; and third, Uirnt extensir.e mine-laying opera- j UpQ6 by the British in the "'fNorth Sea- during 1916 rendered im- construction of large summary. But ho did not make clear why hie information stopped itH-t at the month of October. It .ay have-hcdt that he was not over- niious to exhibit the irresistible in- rease ot U-ioat josses in excess of xpectatJona'that resulted from Brit- sh counter-measures. Admiral Capelle -was reminded by Oio Committee that on ,e himself had confidentially inform- d-sthB -'ifh'at the German lavnl tiuthorJKes. were prepared li> 'for mOrfe'intensive British counter-action to the extent of mating tl-icat locsfts GREEN WOOD BARONETCY Sir Harpar. Greenwood; the new Chief Secret- ary for;' a Bironetey is told for tht-flrtt time. Green- an intimate frlend'of.the present Brit- ish Premier, visited Lloyd George before the Welsh Battalion ht. raised, poyd George praised his recruiting ef- .forts'and Mked.if there any- -tblnflrhe-wimttd..........____ 3 little' son ind I' iho'uld be glad.. to hand'WV'9'jhliri if I dont come fie replied, "Right" Qtorge. "Wait a mordent." He went No. JO Downing street, where the then Premier Aiquilh, and returri- ed in a few with the met- sage. Grecnwoo'd got the Baron- etcy. 'NEW RUMANIAN PABtilAMENT R'nmania. April Jnne fill One of Admiral Capelle'8 submarine experts, Captain Bartenbach, added the information that for tho wliolo ID months of tlio unrestricted campaign tlie average, o; active U-boats was 127 per monlh, and the number of U-boats actually al sen averaged per month. best price for bonds is to have all data assembled arid well-foundalloned on ihe best possible basis, take the bonds to the financial markets, arid, if they appear, to bo in a receptive mood, proceed -with the marketing of them; exchanging them for actual cash "to put in their pockets; then with the cash in hand, to let contract-: ing firms havo their specifications, and call for tenders: ultimately letting thci contract tq people iii whom they have' confidence, who will, deal honps'tly i with them, and give them a satisfac- tory job. Estimates on Generous Basis- It is also.pointed out stronglv that the c-iliniates lor ilhe nothbridge N'orthcrn have been a sonorous basis leaving It open to" coin- iJt-til'on to define the lowest price at which the work successfully be farrieit through to a finish. Then, too, Ihern is the position of the Barons-Carm'ansay and Maclcorf-! Itocky fanners to conairler. If the lycthbridge Northern in its ir.-iglnal area is nisiio.1 through the txtenslons of those other districts will have to wait a year or before the legisla- ture for financial aid, causing a delay of one year. A little speed on Ihe pan ol.the farmers of these clfslriclst in preparing ibelr petitions and apply- ing fnr incorporation into l.tic' Leth- hritlgc Noriticrn will make them part the original district, reduciiiK lha COSL per acre at Irast'one-tonth and! thereby making (tie bonds rnorp Iraclivt- owing to il.c greater area In-i eluded for neciiriiv. Way Not Optn Considering all tlicse phases'of th big financial questions of Ihe WHY NOTOOf 0- GHURGH? MASON and RISCH "The Supreme Piano" No better built at any price. Sold al "Factory Jo Home" prices and on KfiSflN RRGK, IMIFE) BlecX Konn at "'People do not stay'away from church be- cause they opposed to .religion or to tlie- Church.'Far from It. everybody believes that the Christian Church In absolutely to our civilliation. If its exiotence were threat- ened, the great mass of the people fight for It. But by some curious kink In their mental many norfChurqh-goers 'fail to per- ceive that If everybody else followed their ex- every honest perton grants others tho right to do ai he churches would quickly pass out of existence.'' Every non-attendant upon religious ser- vice! virtually votes for the elimination .of ttia Institution from society. If a person believes that tho world needs the Church, lie has hut one clear way of stating his position. That Is by regular Church attendance. Worship is'the highest function ot which human nature is capable. The world doea not knovr much about creeds but when it-sees a person'attendlns divine wor- ship it understands him to say by his action, "I believe in God." Thoughtful persons stand for the Church, also because the Church atanrfi :for the things. Ffho church-goer lines up with the forces whicl: make for righteousness. He is on the side of thn people who want to live the noblest lives them- selves, and who arc. trying to help tills needy world to do the same. The most efficient agency ot human sorvic-i on earth is the Christian Church. They who would mako their lives count should be counted among those upon whom the Church may count. IN CASE OF ILLNESS, DEATH OR OTHER TROUBLE, ANY MINISTER WILL BE GLAD TO HELP. ANGLICAN at. Auguitin's Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St. Rev. Gore- M. Barrow, Rector. Second Sunday After 'Easter: Holy Communion, S a.m. Matins and Holy Communion, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Baptisms by Appointment. Svcnsong. 7.30 p.m. ilonday: Confirmation Class In Vestry of Old Church, 8th St. S., nt 7.45 sharp. Tuesday: Children's Inslruction Class, 4.30 (after selitiol) in church, Stli Avc. amV Hth SI. S. Wednesday: Congregational Social, S p.m., Masonic hall: Everybody' wel- come. February March (April May July..... August September October 103 121 131 ISO 132 134 781.0CH S74.0M As tho Admiralty Staff lias been dis- solved, Admiral Xocti oxnoriencwl sonic difficulty in producing even this [t was pointoj out by various mem hers of the Committee that on lha efii! l-'lrst ot February, the Ad- miralty had at iUs disposal only somo 20 U'boats ready to lake (ho aea. Doubts were .expressed as to wlu-tlici It was timely to declare unrestricted U-boat warfare on so narrow fi lyarpjTi. Admtml 'CMiello replied !lial Rlr Arthu'r Conan Doylo, in a treatise written before the war, dis- cussed the chances of a subimirino campaign agKlnst Knglnnd with only eight bouts. Tlio former Bti-rc-tiir> (yt liif. :vnvy ring Footwear This spring ami nummer Oxfords am] I'uinpri will bo the correct footwear." These, wllli whlto canvas low tin and ,lilgh shoes, will, bo much in, tlemantl, Wo have a ICITKC range now slylisli, and Pumps and a range of Konlwear Is now on Iho way. Thtso are for all anrli will be In widths from A to'B. Your feet can fldetl from our clock. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES >OR ALL AOE3 'W. J. NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDIHG ASSOCIATED BIBLE. STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., 6th Street S. Snniliiys, pm.: Bible Study. Siindoys. p.m.: Illbio Study. Wcdnebiiays, lliblo l.iliowcd praise, prayer and tec- tiniony taietlng. Ail Wclion-.e. No 'WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH i tfor. 4th Ave. and llth St. S. Rev. Cbas. E. Cragg, B.D., Pas'.or Mr. Claude Hughes, L.A.B., ;Choir Master 11. a.m. Morning Worship: "John's Vision on Patmos." Bible School and nible Classes. 7.30 Evening Sbrvice: "The Finished Mystery." A statement and review of the last hook pulillshed by the llihlc Students; and the book which for two was under ban by the government. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDOE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9lh Street Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B. Jones, Director of Choir Rev. e.'.J.'Hpdginc, B.A.. Pastor 127t 5th N. Phone 1655 Choir Leader, Mrs. f. Jackson. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. 10 Hoys' Depl. of the Sunday School tn tho Hall. 11 a.m. JinniliiB SarvicR. ents Losing and rinding Children in the Chifrch." 2 o'clock, Beginners nnrl Prlp-ary dc of the Hunday School In flic Hall. o'clock, Girls' Dopl, of tho Sunday School in tho Church. 3.15: Ailnlt Oept. of llio 8.- S. In tlio Mmi..' 7.13: Service. 7.30 Kfpnlng :Sen'i'.-e. Topic: "Tho Nature of Love and Mar- riage." WHAT WH STAND KOll 'Jlintstery, Hcecrcrato Membership, Religious Liberty, Christian Equality anil Biblical Au- thority. Services at 11 KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Avfi. and 8th Street S. A, H. Denoon, Minister. Ernest F. :Laylon, Organist and Choirmaster.' 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 11 a.m.: -Morning Service. 12.ID. Big Sisters. 2 p.m.: UlK Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 o'clock; Evening Service. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 18th Street North W. E. McAlister, Pastor Sunday Jlor'ninc Worship, ll o'clock. Sunday Evening Service. BvanKelistlc Service, 7.4S. Pastor John JIcAlli.ltcn will ibo wiih us ovw Sunday. Servtceji during the week, Tuesday .tml Thursday at 8 p'.hi. Everybody welcome to all of these seiVlccs. SCIENCE'SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Sunday Service al 11 a.m. Subject: "Doctrine of Atonement." Sunday School, 12.10 s.m. Testimony Reeling. Wed. at 3 p.m. Heading Hoom open daily from 3 to y CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver CuMio, Pastor Car. 3rd 8th St. Dtbli! Schwii, 10.SO. lloli) Io beyond last record, 'Aiorning Subject: "Tho Hve'nliiK'Suhjecl: "Tho" Bible, the God.1 SALVATION ARMV Sunday School and Hlble Clans at I Cli'risllaii Endeavor, C.30: Mlas Trcvii 12.15. Sunday School at Stli Are. X., at 3 p.m. BvenlnR Service al 7.30. Subject, "The thorn.- April 25th "Christ, (be Son All are cordially Invlled of God." leador, Tbo pastor is n series of Sunday evening sermons (tint you cannot, afford to miss a onu of Adjutant anri Mrs, Hardy, C.O. usual Saturday night service. i !Uiy 3 p.m.. 7.30 p.m. NOTICE Minlslers are remlndrd that church notices sliouid bo hann- cii.ln before sis o'clock Friday to ensure Inserlloti. as thia .pago gobs to press early Sat- ;