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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HFTui.n SAl URDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1017 ,f PRESBYTERIAN Krioi Church Corri.r 4th'Aiit. and 8th Striet S. Rev, Cipt. A. H. Dencon, W. f. Burnt, Acllng .Regular services at 11 s'.m Pastor Pallor, and 7.30 30 Bc-vs Deparlmehl. a.m. Big Sisters' Class., S.OO Big IlrolherB1 Hibl6 Clu.V. I.CO li.m.: Other Department D[ Bull- .day School 4 ilJU.': Chlneaa Class. JIUBlc- jlornlng, Soprano and Konlral- lo duel, "Over Ilia Stars There Is Rest." AW. Kvenlng: Iho 'Days It Sbsll Coiue lo 1'ass.' Tur- ST, ANDREW'S aTvVESTMINSTEn BtV.-'J.'-'B..Francis, Pastor 5th Avt. N. Phone 1659 '11 ani.i ani! Quarterly Sacramenlil Service. 2 p.m.; All Departments of Westntliis- ler Sunday School., 5 p'-hi.: Adult and Young Bible- Class in Parsonage. 3.15 AH Departments ot St. Andrew's LLOYD GEORGE BOUND BY NO ANCHORS OF THEORY] Sunday. School. .30 .Topic: '.'SlliUInlng Sacramental Service- Inner BAPTIST Fint Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Rtv, C. Baker, Pallor Sunday's services will lie ton. ducted by Ihc pastor ot II a.m. and 7 p.m. Nornl-ig Subject: To Young shipper "The February Wolf." Ser-, mon, "The New 'Ancient anil Modern 'difficulty. Evening Subject; "The Orlglp of Sil-j Vatlon. Sunday School 13 a.m. Jllsslon Hand, Monday, 4 p.m. Midweek- Weil...S Choir Practice Tliursduy, S p.m. This being communion Sunday the ;cucral subject will lip snlva'.lou.' Despite llio esiences. Christian or jlherwke. sin still remains tbe stern- reality lhal meets hiiniau life and vhich opposes true human progress. Kvory police uniform Is elondem tea- Iniouy of Its recognition by govern- ments of all degrees, nml Its univers- al vitiation Is attested by rule of every Kind.' Tho world-vide endeavor to arrest or crradicale II gives peculiar ini. mortality to-Us antithetic correla- .Ire, namely salvation. ANGLICAN- St. Cyprian's Church e.r.-lltn and'Sih Xve. South Btv. Canon W. V. htcMlllen, B.A, Rector iunday School and Bible CIlHel, 3 p.m. CT'ENSONQ 7.30 pjn. Holy. and 3rd Sun dsyi 2nd and 4lh Snndiys at'll a.m.- .-BlBtis.-'MtS.SuBdaj's PJE. METHODIST. Wesley Chorch L- Rtv, G. H. 'Cobbledlck, Paiiar -11 a-ruVTho Pastor. However. while modern moral sciences have lefi these two great spiritual facts largely unmolested, they have placed the vehicle? ot trans- ition In'Ihe realm of the problematic; compel a classification in Ibe iuoral. sphere'by suggesting (hat conversion.' while uar- velously Ilko'C'liambeilnln.; I won- he went on, musingly, as though tho iiuestton fltlcil III with Ills Iroln o( IhoJeh'. wonder what vlll hap pen (o Chamberlain's I lookcil up "Chamberlain's successor'? You incnn "IJoyd of course." There was u faint hint of re-m-oof li Iho "of course" as llionsh 1 had asfccd solemnly, lor nn cxplonallon. of the obvious. I -looked down (he latilo lo where 3lr. I.loyil Uljorge Jiluisclf sal his face lit-wilh that smile, so quick and sunny, yol so obscure, his light voice penetrating tile hum' of ronvcr- .earned, who lias and declared that ''anyone Iliroufli llio sation wilh ol ousness und banter, his at once so alert and self- full of a baffling and dtanuiet. Yes, hero was the unknoyTi factor ol the future, here potentiality- of poll- to which flay services invite you. Al tho communion service In lie evening the former remaining mem- bers of the Stb Ave- church will unite with, the first church. AVe urg- ently-request that all he present. H'-" S li.'rii.: Bible School and Classes for Ages-'' Modern ''Stranded" I. Hear ol Blowers, of .Pnt- "A vBreani ot Paradise." 'to 'the 'Sunset Hasl .Thou Brought Sullivan. ..I Church, followed, by Communion; Service and Preaching, v 6.30: Christian .TSO: Evening service. v Rev. Frank. A. Andrews -.will preach He -morning BBLIEVEHS Burgman'9. Hall, 418 13th St. North. Uelievers assemble on the Lord's Day for lha Breaking at Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School'at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching'at 7.30 p.m. Bible.Reading, Wednesday, p.m. CHRISTIAN7 SCIENCE First Church of-Christ Scienlisi Hull Street 3. .....Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Sunday' School ill lie close oi (he seri- Erndatlons ot Uio classical cdncalitm and Is nol made a fool hv miy con- sider himself as liai-lus liail n iinrrpw cscajic." Certainly. Uio nuiu nf lie, unless ho wears It llghlly, a'l Mncaulay snlil of .llldoii, ami lias as-. sinill.iled It easily, with hea vy hAudlcaii when he comes iloivn to tlio fcalil) of affulrs. He Is under llio ilufiilnlon of -.luiliorlly nml tlie of. tho past. Mr. Lloyd Cco'rfie ;lios no such re slrahlls. llo Is Ilko o rilliner cvcl slrippeJ for the I'ncc, go olf when it likes; ho Is always from (1m mart Mho an nrrow. Arid It Is nol sliced alone. When Ihe linro Is stnrlccl lie can tivisl Mill .turn in toll career, for Hie liotter tho chnsc the cooler ho becuincs. Lord Salisbury's "blnzlag Indlscre lions" were uuo. detacliiuen from men and his rcinoleness from his audience. 'They- were the ludlscre lions of an Olympian. The (ndUcre lioiis of, Lloyd George come from hla nearness to his 'hearers. He ctinnb resist tlip sliiu.ulus of Ihe occasion. I works In lilui. liho' .n-lnt. It flood him willi iliD rlol of high splvlts swift fancy, until ho seems to he ul most the voice of the collective emo Ion. Hat Passion, But Controlled And yel with nil Ins sensitlvencs to the cxlernnl impulse, he Is at lip toin tho mosL sutilc, the most rcso force' I but It I Ih j glillug tlie bnttlo of llio homelind as failed. .i for a falconer'b lotce o chirm mo gentle UULK again bark to tcsoundlng bill and (lie il bait.lo that liave grown far- !f oriu. faint, buck (o.thu ideal- m ''dial stirred Ha aiid lis tjrlollsm: It It proud of Us brilliant in'ond ot Uio' firsl ig iiilnlsler-to cnler a H walls vi-lllin coilhln k glooiii for )ls i-ot yeura sluco' ILQ led''a revolt tio vl.lljeral' oil .Dlspslabllsh- :.cut, and la hb'iiot now a chief lu (h'e busn of'rhliraoli? "Once" ii hus been ij (liQ- jioint of revolt; but lia hit's o ajijiear ,aud It was Eoolhed. ffnCa vlll 'ge'C Us ycward quicker tliaii If he lud'rcniafucd lls.rarpcll; liut It limit lies. Led Pupils In Revolt CHRISTADELPHIANS In tha MOOES Hill, Hfglhtolhim Block, 5lh Si- Avenye South r p-in., Hlolc Class. r at to commemorate tie Death and at 7.30 p.m., to pro-' Iclajifi the llad tidlngslor tie King. 'floii bi Eibject: "What'Muit We Do-To In- herit Eternal Life." All Seali Frtc No Collection LATTER, DAY SAINTS jtHiiirth of Jesns Christ of Latter Day Saints _Corntr 7th! Ave.' and IZlh'St. S. V V.Bunday. a-m.'- Sacrament Meeting-7-2 p.m. .Primary 3 p.m. Belief 2 p.m. Always --Welcome, Bilhop Ccp. W. Geen, 1016.2nd Ave, South. Phone 1493. service- ediieBday-Evening, Testimony'niosi- IQB at S p'.m. READING BOOM OPEM TO ALL.; Aiid here, was Its romance. My iimid lurued to lhat little village between Iho mountains nhd Ihe sear cordially where Ih'o fatherless boy learned the rudiments of knoivlcflse in Ihc vIllaEC school and where, in feeding his school-tellowE in a'revplf.against the Catecuism be fioro Hie lirsl hinl of Ihe niotal lhal was in him. I saw He kinflly old uncle, upolmnker and lo-Ml preacher, worrying out ihe dcclcn sions and the ijresular vcrhs ot strange tongues in order lo.pavo the path of the boy 16 "law.- 1 saiv lhat boy at 21 a qualified spllcltoi. with .his fool on Ihe tha battle or the.village folk'against Ibc lyranny of who re ed the dying ivish.xif.a' diss'c'hter. lo be buried la his child's grave. "Buiy" him whnre ho wished lo sai'i youEs Lloyd GeorgCj strong in '.lie ''llaw. "But if ihe-'gate "Drealc down'the-gate." And old man was buried' in' his 'rhllds grave, and solemn judges In'Ixindoi lle'Js ho. will tiot for gel Wales. pr'oi- Is not nirjii .''V Anil so'l tum'to HIE figure, al llio end ot the table, wllh the' smile so quick' mid auuny, yet so obscure. If hq'.key of Iho future Is onywhcro It s I turned la-niy nelglibor and 1 said 'Yes, 1 ivonilev." I'Jglifa of Jlial he coulil ilb liollitiig unless' lio- had" legal grpmuf ft bccii Fcv C of Customs; I'ctcra j: lodoy lormally ook-'thargo'ot'tlio German 'freighter Svlikli In 'Lureday. uiHler'.clrcutnslanccs- wlilcfi cdi jnarlnc'v-in'pn..lo believe, Is-, lying-III' NDW York of ice to hoi] up all saUiogs to-Holland. ''Thoro are V 13 Holland-American .steaniDrs afloat, and it Is hoped that those on Ihp io Holland will return'on thctr'pwu'-lai- tiatlvc io Uio I ivall lo sco "'ihe UiUted' Stoics would ,'nu'Iclly Ocfmany's breach-of hei1 1-ivcuing Mews from 'Uotlcr-" clam loday. "If nothing 'moro'.lhaiV'a: paper iiro- ........j_-.-ol lest ailds'.lho cllsphlcly.'.'llin exccutora1. llrms would lay un nome'd In AII.arraiigcmcnls.for fotloninf'.IIol- aro -Stua'rC AtacdouaM, and land linvo Lech AllhouglL or'.Kdinohlbn'..'. Tho .iproiicily It nol 1heyA Uko consists', of- holdings' chiefly .in :Mou-, cftecl until February 15, II .fs ,under-. Ireal valiif d at stood Ibnl 'I hey-can'be put lion Imhicdialcly. T present; iid -tcachet-il .This Unlled port on learning of Germany's Inten- sified: suh'inarlne cam'paisu. promnt order on Thursday, evening to.suspend all sall- ingB was only a .temporary racasuro to remain In force uiilil It 'is .'leaned whether'any. ocean' pathway .is'slill bpijnv 'Bolh the. A'luslerdam arid Hot; 'd Yd u .who are Intending to purchase, a Mot or Reasons You Should See and haie the ELGIN SIX Distinttmn: Endurance Economjf Comfort Demonstrated lo YOU Pntcs W250 .mdlU.430 T 0 IJ.Ldthbiulge Itooins, 305 Oth Siiccl fsonth. FulM. reliance on self'gives a certain hate been of. lack of atmosphere. There Is cQj an 1 al tiroes, panlck) literature to solten the" hard, lines. bccn csnecialU tlie caso wllh1 There are no coorsrctiocs thoj .5 comianicq which V-. .T i recoveries', were nade later SALVATION AR3IY Htld it the Citadel, 5th St, Holiness Sleeting: 3 p.m..Praise Heeling "and 1.30 Sai- vation Meeting. Week 8 p.m..-. Pub- lie Meeting. .Thursday, S p.m. Salvation fleeting Citadel, band la attendance. Saturday, .8 _p.m, free and eisj meeting- Welcome New Process of -I -l -i T5 Mending SEED SRAIN DEBT Ottawa, Jan. 31. TV. A. Buchanan ?af informed m th? house today that during lie jears '1914-1S4S Ihe total arnounl iidT4cced lo Alberia and Sask- atchewah foi serf krain was ovine. la 1014 tbe amoiuit'.adYapcedlo Al- berta- anil Saskatchewan was of whiclj J54.716 ij still omnf. In 1915-16 Ihe amount paid to Saskatche- Ttin was of which" still owiaff- The amouot which _ Alberta got in 1015-16 was pi, which ?2.H Is still owing. fining1. by 'electrolysis has made pos- sible present da7 conditions lucre was COPER SUPPLY For. the first lime in the ol not 'single of unsold copper brought forward from last year' JOIT, says a Boston report. Prodac- always on Ihe the world but no longer-m In a won- dering admiration mingled man who has Ihe mool piq- uant and Iho most ift nerchance'.with the key lo the future. 'Audacity, Audacity Again, Audacity Is ihe secret of it all? In Ihe first place audacity.- Danlon's'great tnaiim is with him, aj will] .Mr. Cham- Ihc guiding principle of con- duct. He swoops down on qpportnu- like a hawk on his prey. He does U'pause to. he.acts- He has riear. The bigger the task, the hit- ler lie likes it. The Higher (lu slakes, ftgures ol a few months ago arid con-" turners now (ace situation ot pay. Ing high prices for copper for the last sii moQlha of Ibis year. the copper Ind.ustry at least since re- Transcript 'Cool Wealthy are'rava gant, sir. These cigars are a lot'bet- ter than 1 smoked at your "age.' Nepheiv a lot'bet- ter than you smoke now. noslon llo __ _ fears loi put i acing it; without reyerencp-.because'ulj.a, t is old and becaosc vast- "Tlie and riiurUer ncu- I. caustic and acid prepara- tions that discolor and damage iiluminum. Keep your utenslh bright as new-by using...... Old Dutch cheerfully Ins alt on Ihe srcnt moment came he seized it wllh both hands. lie had two motives, the love o[ the amal nationally his insllnct for llic Rreat-game. The one' gave him post tloni Ibc" oilier calculation. 'Here was the he was (M .man. His business, bctpgsniiTicd: no mat tcr. Hisi-llfe and his home t good. The greater (h< perils, the victory. Anil -rnarpil 'Hnrrali'- so Tlio-IKtlc nevenge ran righl Irilo (lie hearl or the foe-- ao on and lashed itselt lo (lie great "an PhiHp of .Birmingham and came ml of the bailie smoke vJcloripus he one reputation made by the war, he one fortune horn on the balilc- Icld wlicre so ircrc burlerJ. Always Where Bailie. Fiercest And he haa.noL only 1 be eye for he big occasion and the courage thai rises 10 U; he has the instinct for the Jig foe- He Is the hunter of great game. "Don't- waste vouf swepi away the effete' Port rxmdon, and put In Its-place a as original as it Is ingenious'. Arjfl a.l Ihc world asks, why wns this not done years ago? Always Ooina'Things Like Falstalf, ho sivc, .docs riolt Fabtaff owe iiuallllQS lo ary, bul lo Ihc Celtic Jiplril'llial racss like a fever in his blood.. His appre- henslvcncas, indeed, Is lie nicks up a'subject'as he iiins, through Ihe liring voice, never through hooks. He floes nol learn; he nusorlH, and by 'nf inBiflr.tanbous choiiilslry Ns mind "condenses' cmi-i His intellectual activity Is bewlld-j crliiB. U is as difficult to keen Ilia name onl of llio-paper as It was to keep King Cbarle's' head, cult of ,1Ir. Dick's He is always "Ai- Inevitable" by Ihe stanilHaken uy Pre sidcnt Wilson'earlier, in lite negotla Germany. -'tors pnte .infl in Inlf the lime liibrs tut, ii ntw tubes aie icqiuicd siiyyh thuu. We carry a full line of Accessories Baalim Motor Co. fs n ing always big tilings. Ills eye lights on lifeo Ihe iialent straightway.lie sets it on fire. Ho does nol polo over books lo discover the facts docks; JIG goes to Antwerp, to Ilam- "Wlien lie .hrpuehl in! astonishing thing !B thai he has won and the Swedish ale he confidence of the for N'ikfvi'K, slI-Trci-lilera. Vigilance in Dow aid JM shot on small said JMsracli, and he hung or. io Peel 'Go, for the 'was Randolph Churchill's, ami Jie pare Gladstone no kvcn to snap a1 the hecla of the great Is fame. Mr. [.lord George's cjc ranging Ihe BOvnrnrnent benches, saw one lit? ure wilh conccnlralctl anil govcrncc passion. H became a duct between Mm and Mr. Chamberlain. H was a duel bnlween the broadaword and th bclKreen Saxon miml, rtircc arid crashing as the thunderbolt; an, Ihc CclMc mind, nlmhle and clualv as the lightning. "The SwlUort M.ind In Politics.'' "Me waa. Indeed, the swiftest mini Keb. 2. Four sleamers, one flying the 'United Slates sailed froiil'Nc-w York loday for ports In No. .-I. .Uruguayan, for Ccllc; Alladlu, Norwegian, for Gibraltar, Monadnock; British, for Havre, all carrying freight. From Philadelphia voyage jo Spain and learned all crs tailed from Phlladclnl hpui ahips. Anrt his passion for th or near the war Ion feeds on. the nriilsh si his trumps lo lip today for zone. They slearner 'W. I. Rail as yet his lor orders: Ilrlllsli Wllh all his energy and daring .tholsleanicr Cardiff Hall, for Plymouth Swedish steamer in pollllcs. H Is a tnlnd that carries no Impedimenta, Hnzlitt once wrote an essay on 'The Ignorance of the jlass, the commercial class, V.HhouL cs ing 'the confidence of the working class. Like .Mr. Chamberlain, he ls_ a sUtfiaman. Ic is no Socialist, for, as 1 havc'satd, m has no theories, an-H all theory. said to me once, "ts on cornmcrce.' ,Vo party can lrrc hy an appeal to labor alone; It must carry the" commercial class well as labor with "What can 1 do for was his first question at the, board of trailt. And he up the Merchant Shipping Mil. "What can 1 dp Tor wag his second question.' Anil he incorporated In it those valuable provisions for Improving the life of the seamen. i Wales Admiring But Sorrowful loofcs on admiringly, and a little son nT, fully at Jij3 He hai Porte Washington, Customs col lectors at nil 'porla 'of the Unltct Slates, Hawaii nnd Porto Utco wcro nstruclcd by the treasury ileparlmn.n -Ihe ulmoat Tlgil ancc to ace that neutrality regulation! of the United Stales were enforced In their porls. Attention was reele< especially lo Instructions to oul of Us narrow sphere. The Parnell.of Walca has bccomi Hie Chamherlaln-of The visions ot Iko youue see thai no vessel be permitted t; leave 'without- clearance papers, .111' that no annul ship be allowed lo Icav; wltliout pCTinlt. to Allow Iriepection XCHT York, Feb. 2. fo Ihc United Slates custom officers go hclow tlcchs of German steamship fn the port of New- York for Ihc pn POLC of inspection has been denied b the commandeTs of the shlira, Colic (or of Uio Tort Melons announced (f day, when asked hail hoen th result ot hia examination. cE the v Mr. Mnlone however, thai Mils refusal viaa In accordance wilh Ihe.' FORD COUPLT f-o.b. Fords Ont. aiid winter is-n smigvcomi'ortnblc car in cold anil il cnh bo ly converted inlo" rm open cr.r lino This car Is Iho one you need for alt Iho year'round service, no matter what tho wcalher or'roMls like. The new design 13 distinctive and makes n nice jam-out, specially, desirable lor.vromen, rioclors and biiBincsi nlcn. Seo the new model today nnd gel your order In at FORD GARAGE ;