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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnpAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1917 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY TIERALD PAGE NINE �tngc.^O&iavte received with favor Jiero^nd ;,woul(I,i;J)e moro popular perhaps, ithiin it/wbiird have been a year ago wU>iri the jftifffes wore more dependent on'thd tfiilted StateB for supply of !; Tlio Eti-orig'tH.of the now prbspeotlve *lly of tho.anti-Geriaanlc alliance In luen and resources 1b fully recognized. -Nsiyal Precautlong Wasliiagtbni i^b.; 3.-No ^apeclal orders for liigi'eislng the guard at:Bta^ lions, avsquS-lBi wireless/Siilanta,* rrifcv-iU maga^.taeu or other reservations have bebo1sfluehad:, not been changed. }lej}npt..wIth-a...Bmll(5, (iiiestlons as to wl,iat-. ocfioi'g � were in contemplation. Itifls' Itnowhi, however, tliat bureau chi'efis of ;th�: navy department have beeiii inSlnioii'ad to �lvo out no lafor-matioiji'iu-tuturO'witliout spoclfio or-^liifB jrom.(U(}.-:Becrot!U'yjilmself. � 'in\ergency Duty Newport.News, Va., Feb. 3.-The coast Kuai'd cuttor Ynmacraw has gone -jiiongalde Uio'Geriiiaii pri/.o sblp Ap-jiam .,and .It?is thought tlio German prize oiVw will be taken oft immecll-ateiyc Two-.torjifido boat destroyers joined Uio . siiper-clroadnought Arkan-sa..s;off,tIieAyr6luia. Capea.on emer- �jjonoy .duty?, . \ U. S. .pllfzens Leave England London,,. Feb. 3,--V large crowd of fiomoward .'bound United States citi-Eenstoolc:t.he>^boa.t train at Huston station, IhiB yHiornlng. There seem-little^ apprchopsion of danger, as to'days' sSlUn'l; -was exempt^under the ? ? ?lany kind deliberately withdraws the ELECTION IN N. B. >i assurance glvon In the Imperial gov-, Montreal, representing the . Congregational, Methodist and Pres- -bytorian Churches, established a Union CbPTCh lb Ste. Anne de Belle- vue. 'Tlifd being the'Wist of Us kind  l0.:paaadav and the Union Committee, Toronto, Hot having finally settled what Iho polity of the Union Church . be. It was therefore incumbent . upon the Church at Ste. Anne's to flreate Its own form of government. Ve, after .careful consideratloh, de-t cidort' that-the'ollicersbavlng the In-� Bisht of the.spiritual.interests of the conprcgatiOQ- be called "Elders."  'J'jiesB, . y/er'p io be elected by the Church flpm amongst its members. They wore to hold office for no defi-"*| nlteperio^'Of time, and before entering upon their duties were to be or- . iJalnbd. , .. It, waS",agreed, also that those having to.40i'wlth the financial inter-  ests of the congregation l)e termed , , "ilanagers/' who were to be chosen by the Church andifor a pej:t(i.ih-number of years. Besides these two bodies, then was formed the "Gehera,! Board," tousistlng of the l^lders and Managers, and represehtatives'froifi the vari� ous orgauteatlons of the Church. Its duties arc to secure missionary con-ti'ibutibns,-to-make representation to the Interd6nomlnationar Cpmmitteo concerning:the Pastoral relation and to attend ito matters affecting the ,^v'orl� of the Church not assigned to any other body.  �:  . Ii; the-Sabbath worsliip the Presbyterian ''Book oif PralsV'-and the ^Responsive Readings" prepared by Dr. Van Dykp, are lised.^ � On ConimunioM Suuday the.Eldera receive the hew-niemberf and arrange for the dispensing of the Suiiper. They also give the -^Elements" to the wmmunicants present. i . In the Sabbath School, the papers, helps, etc...publUhed by...the three churches'vmi^Otloned, are distributed. ^ , ' . So mu^ch for the government of the Church, but'naturally itlie'ijuestioB Is aslced-^Mow has union worked out? ' In answering this inquiry, allow me to refer to two thingst( (W It la (tiplto true, like all live, working InstltutiQhsrther^;arb sura to be diflareace^ of opinion.but these, I assert, hSve'never htfepi on denominational lines. Never has ''Ism" bk of, the Lord's V! in oonpepOoM with the Robbath.S.chooi.vthe.lMT.^^^^^^^^^ B.D.. 1 J^pct)irer'1flscdonald.CbIlege, established the "Relfgi^jjji "Baucatlbn School" with n. stajf.of four telphers, in .which ideflnJtelnstrtictlM^^ la social ^Ucl roilglPUB'SOtVice;':/ - ; ,.. .;..t;vv>^;> � V .�;;,AmonV';th'fe'�Hhjects taught''are: � v ' i,^ '.;* ,; y'Churoh^Scliool organization and jnanaseinent, \ ,, ' ..v, r .;.?. Prlmd'ry''onuJpmeT)t and work, " ' , Bxprcsslonal acr!vitle(> and worship. ' fe? ' ' ' . , �  ffho school endeavors to give such a training. a^^"w.!l'fi�lI't^e. students .tq'oolve' many of the problems they will meet, and �'to'qualify them for l^adprahlp In rellBlo}is\edii,catlpn In the comm\ipit(^,yhfiJ-�( they will lite. . I^ast year, eighteen (18) certificates were . gratited .lafter-tho.necessary Bjfamlnatloni^ were passed. This season over fifty- reo)-are-enrolled'and .;a^e thkfne-to'Union, because It makes the tipanolal- .li.yrden easjer aiia rionserVBs true and human energy. It createBtSe enthusiasm .of mem-' ;hera and destroys the Jealousies and bickerings ofd^nomlnationfllsm. The '� ^Blriry of Qhrlst and His Church 'is paramount rather thaivithe'progress o'f.a ij'aMIcular "Jsm" ..� - ' What fi�B tftken place In Ste. Anne de Bellevue'cah bfe duplicated more bf tpsp In atiy^arf of, Canada. Human nature ttndthuroh; problems are �ttreltr^BiuejHthes'ame everywhere la our vast Doifttoloik---^-'--^^^^ after tlic first prosecute relentless and ia-discriminato warfare against v'e.ssels of commerce by tlie of sUbraar: inca without-regard to wJiat the gov.^ ernmoiit of the United Slute.s must consider tlio sacred and indisifutaibla rules of internullonal law and the univer.sally recognized dictates ;of.hii' inanity, tlic govornmont of tUo, United States is at last forced io (he conclusion that there is but one course it can pursue. Unless tlie Imperial government siiould now immediately declare and effect an abandonment of it.") present luethoda of warfare against passRDKur and freight carrying ghiiv!, the government ot ilio United St.ates can iiave no choice but to sever diplomatic relations v.lth the German Erai-pire altogether." In reply to the declaration the Imperial German .government gave tills government the following asaurances: "The Gorman government is prepared to do its utmost to confine the operations of war for the rest .of its duration to the fighting forces- of the belligerents, thereby also iusuring^ the freedom of the seas, a principle upop which the Gennaii. government, believes now, as before to be in. ugree-nient with the government of the,United States." : The German government, guided^ by this idea,* notifies the government of the United States that the Gorman naval forces have received the . following orders: "In accordunce with St. .Tobn, N. B., Feb. 2.-Attorney-General Baxter today ? annodncod a provincial elec-tloin'm New Bninswiclf. The ? nominations will take place on > : ? ? : ? ? ? ? ? 191G, this government has no alternative consistent with the dignity and honor of the United States, but to take the course which, in its note of tlio iSth of April, 1916, it announced that it would take in the event that the German government did not do-claro and effect an abandonment of the methods o'f submarine warfare which it was then employing and to which it now purposes again to re- of May accepting, of tio.nrse, tlio as- Buratice glveu ,but adding. "The gov ernment of the United States feels It necessary to state that It takes it for granted, that the Imperial German government does not intend to imply that the maintenance of its newly announced policy is in any way contingent'upon the or result of diplomatic negotiations b(!twoon the gov-i States and Germany are severed and the United States ambassador at Berlin will immediately be withdrawn and In accordance with this decision, to hand to his excellency his passports. Notwithstanding this unexpected _ action: of :the Oermau government this \ , Buddou and deeply deplorable renun- \ I ciatiori'of Its assurance given by tho HE MASON & RISCH LIMITED PIANO and VICTROLA REPAIR DEPARTMENT eipploys experts only atid "offers a service unapproached for intelligence and promptness. Charges ate moderate, llalmoral Block, Lethbridge PROBABLY FIRST VICTIM Ijondon, Feb. 2.-Official information received concornlng the sinking of tho steamer Eiijihratcs shows that the probable first victim of tho new submarine policy of the central powers was a Belgiain relief ship. KENORA CHURCH BURNED Kenora, Ont., Feb. 2.--St Albans' cathedral (Anglican) here was des- stroyed by tire this morning, causing los.9 estimated at .$15,000.- The fire i.s supposed to have o.'-igluated in the furnace room. WHAT LIVERPOOL THINKS London, Feb. 2. - Liverpool shipowners, today, expressed the view that the new declaration of the submarine warfare v/iU not affect transatlantic traffic. erumentof the Uuitwi states and any i government jit one of the most crl-j Kovernmont, not- i tical moments of tension in the rela- i tions of the two governments, I re- o(her~ belligerent Withstanding the ('Xzl that oerljiin! . .... r , *i - . n passages in the lm..orial government's ; Sl'rit*^?.*,!^''.*^.T.?" �" note of the fourth instant might ap pear to be ausceiitiblo of that construction-" A In order, however, to avoid any misunderstanding the government of the United States notified the Imperial government that it cannot for a moment entertain, much Ifiss discuss, asug of the German authorities to do in fact what they have warned us they will feel at liberty to do- I cannot brii)g'my.9elf to believe that they will iiuloed pay no .regard to the ancient friendBhip between their people and oiir own or to tho solemn obligations; wliich have been, exchanged between contained the following Statement: "The Imperial government, therefore, does not doubt that tlie government of the United States will understand the situation thus forced upon Germany by the entente allies' brutal mpthods. of w^, and' by their determination to destroy the central powers and that the government of the United States vwill further realize that the now openly disclosed intention , of the entente allies gives back to Germaiiv tlie freedom of ac-tho'7enmvar"priucTpIe7''or"visl"t Md j "fif ^^^I'^h '^^^f, reserved in her note | search and dcstniction of merchaoit' to the government of the vessels recognized by intBrnatJonal! UPfted,States on May 4, 191G. law such vessels, both withiu. and i  '^"''er these ciMumstances: Ger-withaut the area declared a navATwar '^'^ i?�et the illegal measures zone, shall not be sunk wUhoui; warn- f enemies by fordbly preventing af-ing .wl without saving human. Jives, j ^f.''m a zone aro.iind unless the ships attempt to, escape, ^''^^^ ^'''tain France, Italy and in or offer resistance" " ' .= � 1-the Eastern Mecliten-anean, all navi- "But," \l added,' "neutrals caniiot!f4'�?' fliat of neutrals included, from expect tliat Germanv, forced to fighl! JS"! to England , and from and to for her exietence, shall for the sikei F^^"'=^' etc-,etc.. ail ships met with of neutral interest reatrict the-ii'Se of 1 "'^^^fo^ ^^".'..'^.P S""!^-' an effective weapon if her eneniy is . ^ thmk you wlV agree with me that permitted to continue, to applv at -will' >^ -X'^^ oll-thls.i^iaaratioii, ;whlch ,sud-methods of warfare violating the rul^s i'^.^'^'^ ^"^^ without, prlpr Intimation of of international law. Such d.pniand' would be incompatible with tidici character of neutrality and the German government is corviuced tliat the govornmont of tho United Sfate. does not think of making such a demand, knowing that the government of the United States has repeatedly declared that it is determined to restore tiie gestion that respect by Gorman naval j and destroy United States ships i aiithoritles for the riglits of citizens '^^'^^ the-lives of Unltod States ( of the United Stales upon the lUgii 1 eitizen-s in the wilful prosecution of seas, sho.uld in any way or in the j the ruthless naval .program they have | slightest degree bo made contingent announced their intention to adopt, upon the conduct of any other govern- only actual pvert nets on tlielr part! ment, affecting tlip rights of neutral-sj can make me believe it even now, j aild non-combatants. Responsibility' If Ibis Invetorate confidence on my j in such matters is single, not joint. {part in tho sobriety aud prudent fore-To this ttoto of file eighth of May, sight of their purpose should unhap-the Imperial goveriiinent made no re-; Pily- prove unfounded, if United States ply. On the thirry-l'irst of ,January, j ships and United States citizens' lives fie Wednesday of (lie present week, should'in tact be sacrificed by their the' German amb.issador handed to naval conimandors in heedless con-the secretary of .state ,T!ong with a traventipn of the. just and reasonable fPrriial note, a memorandum which understandings of international law and the obvious dictates' of humanity, I shall take the liberty of coming again before the congress to ask that authoritjr be given to use any means that ifaay'b'e necessai-y for the protection of oiir-seamen and our people In the prosecution of their peaceful and legitimate errands, on the high seas, I can do nothing else. I take it for grapted that all neutral governments will take the same course. HOSPITAL ELEVATORS CLOSE Winnipeg, Feb.-2.-AH hospital elevators' closed today-two in Winnipeg, two.: in St. floniface, two in Alberta, and ten at the head of the lakes. � Government permission to keep open did not mature. Mclean's Sth Anniial lluctloiiSaieoffroiii200t(i3D0 HEAD Of HOUSES Carefully selected Manitoba Horses, consisting of choice fanrt mares and geldings, heavy draft and delivery horses, one roeistered.v Clydesdale staillon, '4 years old, and a special selection of from 60 to 60 dapple grey mares and geldings, at our Sale Stables in Winnipeg,-., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY loth at 1.30 p.m. OUR MARKET IS THE HORSE CENTRE FOR THE WESTERN PROVINCES. We handle more good horses than any one firm in Western Canada. Whether you want one horse or a carload it will be to your .advantage to seo our stock. We hitch and show any horse, and attend to shipping out all horses for our customers. Farmers should take advantage of cheap rates to Winnipeg during the Bonsplel and attehd this sale where they can select their horses from our large stook at ];easonable prices. AUCTION SALE EVERY THURSDAY. PRIVATE SALES DAILY. 100 to 150 head of horses always on hand to select from; also wear, fits neat and .snug and Is "not in the way at any ti/ne, day or iilffht. Ire fiut, at times 1 did not know lihud it on; It just adapted, itsolt to iHe shape of . the body, nnd seemed to e a. part of the liody, as It clung- to tho spot, no m.'itter what position 1 was In. It Would be a veritable God-send ^tti tlie "^nfortimato who suffer fronj rup-t\|ro if all could procure the Urooks Jf.i)Hture Appliance and wear it. They .^vould certainly never regret It, "Sfy rupture I.') now all healed up and. natlilne over did it but your. Appliance, Wlmnover the opportunity presents itself I will say a good word for your 'Appliance, and also tho honorable way "in which you deal .with ruptured peo-Ule. It is a pleasure to cecommend n iSoo^ thins ainons your frleni^s or Btransers. I am, Yours very sincerely, JAM 103 A. 13K1TTON SO Spriiift Strool. iiothlohem, Va. The above Is C. E. Brooks, inventor of the Appliance, who cur^cli himself and who is now giving: uother� rthev benefit of his experience.; If.'.ru|itur�d/'r" write him today, at Marshall, Alleh.V:: \ � . � Coiileclcrate Veteran Cured 11. Commerce, Ga., R. P. D. No. g. ]�! Bruuks, . , . ;. Dear Sli-:-I am glad to tell you that J ain now sound and well 'and oiiii Plough or do any heavy work,; I can Mfty'your Appliance hws^BffecteiJ a.iper-ipi^ncnt euro, Before gettrng J'our Ap-pllttneo 1 \Vas tn a terrible' condition ((�td-lind given up all hbpef'.qf over be-lP�r.n.nv bettor. If it hadn't been for -----r, Appliance I w^oQld ncvei- have. cured. I am slxty-eigrlit years old nnd served  three � years in Eoklc's Artillery, Oglethorpe Co. I hope God will reward you (or thn Kood you are doing '� suffei'irtg humanity. Yours .4smcerely, H. D. .BANKS., for Otiiei's Failed But the AppUauce Cured Mr. C. VI- Brooks, Marshall, Mlell.. , Dear Sir:-' ' . v Your  AppHnttCfi^f'dld all' you claimed for the little, boy ,nnd more, for it cuj-ed hini sound-'and well. We let him wear It fop about a year In all, (i.iIthoueIi'-lt.QHJi�d,;hlm 3 months after ho hud begun .'to wear. It., AVe had tried-several Other,',remedies and got no , relief, .(vnd 1 slmU certainly recom--i mend It to "friends, .for we surely owffTi It to ypu.' Tours respectively. Reiiicnil)er 1 send my Appliance on trial-to-prove what, 1 say is true". VoB iiro to be the Jude-e. fin out free coupon rbplbw and mall today, / Ten Beasoiis Why YOU SHOULD SEND FOR BROOKS RUPTURE APPLIANCE 1. It is ab.-iolutely the only .Appliance: of the kind on the market today, and tn :t ore embodied the principles that in-! ventors have sought after for years. S. The Appliance for retaining' th^ ' rupture cannot be> thrown out of posU tion. 3. Being an air cushion'of soft fibber It cling-s closely to the >body, jret never blisters or causes Irritation...-, t-fi i. Unlike the ordinary so-ualled pads, i used in other trusses, it Is not cumber-v-some or ungainly. 5. It Is small, soft and pliable,^ and ' positively cannot be detected throi;Kh the clothing. 6. The soft, pliable bands holding the Appliance does not give one the unpleasant sensation ofN-wearins a,, l^i-ness. ^ 7. There Is nothing; about It to get foul, and when it becomes soUefti 11' cant be washed without injuring, 4h'e ici-st. . - . . > ^lf}>' ' 8. There are no metal springs/in ,the Appliance to torture one by cutting ^nd bruising tho flesh. . 9.1 All of tho ma)terlal of whiojj the Appliances are made is ot the very best that money can buy, making. It; a durable and safe appliance to wear., 10. My reputation for honesty and fair dealing la so thoroughly ostabllsbed liy an experience of over thirty ."years of dealing with the public, and my prlpes are so reasonable, my terms' so fair; that there certainly-sliould be no hesitancy, in sending free" coupon today; ,; 'i Child Cuired in 4 Mont!li.s 21 Jansen St., Dubuque, loWtt. Mr. C. B.-Broolc-j, Marshall,.Mich:  Dear -Sir;-Tii^ baby's rupture i� altogether cured, thanks to your Appjlantjo . and wo are so ..thankful tp you. 'If 'we v could only have known of it sooner, our , little boy would not have had to suffer near as much aa he did. He wore", yoi^r � brace a little over four months. Yours vei'y-vi:r.uly, FREE Information Coupo^ MR. C. E. BROblvH, Please, 8end,(roO'l?� piftll In plain wrapper, your llluJ^trat^d, X>99^'i>isodftf^' imation about v^'oui- Appliance for tho cure of rupture. ^ [ ' .u' Infer Name . Address R.FD. .,, ^.^.t.v.;Sltyv.'M----- .....-W^'-^h^ stm ......1 ;