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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBHUAItY 3, THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HKHALU FHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington HflTS fiRe DOHYSroPYflKSUE______ welt- WANTA puv ABOUT TEN MIUE5 BETWEEN AN' U5, r BEFORE SHE FINDS 'Bour HAif HOUR ACJO, i DOME SEW I I'EM AN'XH: DE Bof PAGE THR.EB COLLECTIONS Every Business founded oa credit and supported by Its col- lections. We aro specialists. Send us your slow and doubt- ful accounts. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdoraid Bfctk, Phore 1616 Join the LIBRARY EXCHANQE at EVERALL 6-CRANKS SOLTHAFO BLOCK Third Avenue South Gustavo Francti lias gone to Berne, as Ills instructions from the Canadian Trades and Labor Council were to at- nl whatever conference luiglit be called by the labor organizations. Mr. Draper is rfmainiiig hero to assisV Jtr. Barnes in his preparation ot the Brit- before the labor committee. This program already has been agreed to In the main by the.British union leaders who will attend Ihe Ucrne conference. It Is ospectod that it win bo adopted by Ihc committee tho conference, and thus con- stitute an intttnalional lahor charter will to applied and made effec- tive as an agency ot tho league of na- tions.' PARIS; Keu, John W. of the peace.' conference to date justify the hopes of the peoples of the world that it will maVc an enduring peace, based uliou tho new internalional order of things. Hut the spirit of tho oUl dip- lomacy which made the furthering of national ambitions the governing prin- ciple of statesmen Is not absent from the atmosphere of tho conference, and Ihero lias beon sonic, support for the cynical views that ihc new in taring liona) orgauIzatlDii would be in reality tho old system In disguise. Idealism Conquers g? H is becomfog more minarent. over, lhat whenever tho old, and the new conceptions of International rela- tions clash in the conference, the Ideal- ism ol the future will conquer tho Vpltttcs of the past nation ivlH lake Uie responsibllUy of making the i'onterence sterile by insisting upon the accei.tan.ce of Us oivn Ticw aa to Us rights. l Tho decision of the great powers to accept unreservedly the principle tliat the league of nations might allot enemy territories to the allies under the declaration of powers which "will vest tho league Wijlt the ultimate powers of superstition, sets the key- note for ihfi whole conference. Ap- plications of this acceptance will at- _____ _ feet the decisions of the conference occur: "The devil does not care what upon every prolilejii ivlilch ivlll comp-ryou believe Ko.ionK as you tlo not be- vip for solution, because it gives the leve Jn the deity ot The rc- interest ot the. whole goes People's Forum Communications under thb heading must tear cfpialures ot tin writers. CHRISTIAN-SCIENCE STATEMENT EJntonton, Alta., Jan. 3y, 1919. Editor, Herald, i a recent report in the Her- ald of a revival meeting in your city, the following words of xeneral lhe right ot xvay over, the particular interest of even the raost inaisteiit na- It was inevitable that this action of sbo'tiM occasion dis- content among elements in cacti who are.opposed lo any applica- tion cf international control. A cer- tain section of the Paris press is hos- tile and openly laments Uiat lhe Brit- ish delegates made Its ncceptaiicc un- avoidable. t Critfcfze-Uoyd George The Echo da Paris says that the on lo nay: preacher here hit .the doctrine of the CnrisU'rm ficientiBta, which ho CbpfstfaiV Science; teaches the divin- ity of Chrltfl, that is, It leaches that Christ expresses tlie dirinc nature. II teaches that Chrst not. Daily, God, and makes clear lhe fact that Christ is the of God. This Is In accordance with lha Master's own leaching on tbis subject, (Se9'Matthew Hit- theH- John In a sermon on failli the revivalist further says, as reported In the Herald lhat ho does not "believe in tlie absent treatment o! the Christian Scientists." 11 r> 'p. TI.I n l' ui mo wtiittiiau altitude ot Mr.-L wd George ,s pure., chrlslian lo Mher3 he has the rlBhl what lhey Posing comment: e rB advantage of the aituallon to rally the results thai adcrward may be iin- favorahle: -It also Intimates ihal on this point tho British nml f'rencli for- eign offices were in disagreement [or the first time in 15 years. Different Views Very different Is.the comment xvhlch Is controlled Tiy Prcinler Clemcncean: and which says that -within six days after the for. maUdn'of the lengoo ornallofls the assistance ot the leasue has of- ficially consecrated throtlgli Iho tak- ing under its sovereignly the control Christian Scientists.' In' jiraclisitig Ihii rcltAfoii of recognize thai one important requirement ot a Christian is thai-he shall lieal Ihc sick as well as preach the gospel. H is interesting lo recall (hat il vras the Roman cen- turion's faith in the orticnc'y of absent Ireattienl which called forth these words from the Master: "I have not found so great faith, no, not in Israel.1' lobby; ladles' parlor Block, 3rd Ave. and tea room; full cement with storeroom and rooms for help.' Cost over forty thousand to build and fumiEh. New railroad just. bulMins Once'on a time on a wager a man'by Ihe place. Will exchange for a went through an crowd and good ranch. Tha Canadian Panaran offered to sell 55 bills for Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., O.K. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT 3PECMUST Office rooms 121-1JS New P. Barns Building, Corner Stb AYi tnd 2nd St. Bait CaUorj. Oltico Phono ME843 Healdenca Phona M2077 Interno and Bousf1 Surgeoo, MaahattaJ Bye. Ear. Throat Hospital. Keir York Cltj, 131M9I4. Specialist u Cilgary Schml Swrd HTOBtFOUli Timber Logging Co., S06 B. C.'Per manent Loan building, Victoria, BC tlieniillciiiura.ChariBesMn oniy COIBE ml ja a spirit 0 when ilio people art. jc3l_ yet ?5 be Orfereil to; themselves Our firsI -1 com menco laying be ons for Hie Domini era ot collect l.m o Ior a w s aay bank, postof.ice, venly Father tibcare for the well-being ot His children. This is proved to hcf of great.value when, in the midst of a general and widespread fear. Christian Scicntlnls can pursue their 'ministrations unalrald, and comforl, ond others. H Is this steadfast 'assjira'rice which Si. Pan! speaks of In his eplslle tn tho rftws, usiRg-a .word which has Iiptli Irauslaled and lo which Mrs. ihre'm'a'wlifcli coroe up for Eddy refers (n her opening words o( wi'-neit wefe Here the Science and Health (paEe -The. ave been, further compli- cated sccrcl agreements! totween Great IkiUln, and lUly, cnlcrod islo ritirlng tlic Vav. The j which Vas In evidence Id regard' these jwrttculav questions 'as fieltled Vcyonif any poszlhlllly lli.c ajipUcatlon of these frcaUes' lus been modlCtcclj it Is noTir recognized that while these' trcalies are. factors In ttics prob- lem. the final dcclalon muat IK? in Jidoplhg .with tho now International jrolfcy, ot vrhlcli the. league of nntions IK lhc.vl9lblo.alKn and In goncrnl cmr forhiftj' wllli the II points upon (ho armistice hnsctl. Labor Conditions 'prayer that reforms the einncr and Jieals (he sick