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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE i ill Deralb Siberia OAILY AND WEEKLY PrOprtllor. and THE 1.ETHBRIDGE HERALO PRINT- ING COMPANY. LIMITED tO 6fch Strc6l W. A. Buchanan Pmldeot nnd Managing Director TELEPHONES Suiln-ll Office Editorial Office banker to Ibe convention to discuss Canadian tanking was spleaded b cause it c-ssb'.ed the farmer to set the other fellow's So it would tie with the or tlie fruit- growers en the tariff. While It wouldn't turn the farmer from a free trader Into a protectionist it would bricg to Sim, ihe otWr fellow's views at first hanJ. Then have Ihe jjBceslion nallc-nallntion of railways, telegraphs and mines. This is a big and natloualiultoa is '-he ideal many of us liave in .view. Bui when we advocate nationalisation we should (he. railroads' flows and also impartial opinion as to the sctuil meaning in dollars and cents. Wien we have the other side of '-be case we are thtt much' belter able to MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919 1 Should a Christian or Dance? Evangelist Answers and chequers are not associated with gambling. The use ot cards is Ths- large crowd; thai have been feature! of Iha SmuUl evening revival services in Wesley church were prob- ably surpassed by the immense gath- ering that thronged th? buildms lis Bureau of Circuit, deal with o-Jr own case. When we ne we act wisely, and It Is wise Subscription Rates: Dally. per week Dilly del'-vered per year Dally, by mail, per year r mall, per year y. 01 y, by mall.-per year 10 different to lhat ot any other game. Th? first thing a man sees in a gauio- llns Join! Is Ihe euchre deck. The same kiud ot deck thit people have In their parlors Is the companion ol the gambler, the drunkard ani tae harlol. It is fouud everywhere where there Is a game- ol chance, in emj IP tnese place of degradation auu tot in devil has put his seal on he euchre Dates Pt ol subscription 65 01 ElpltJ ,w dally on address Accept- Jnceof papers after ration date i cm .authority continue the fuo- scrlptkm. THE ERA OF THE FULL DINNER PAIL Tie president of the Alberta Feder- Mlon ot Labor favors a i QlnimotlS Ptf. BlKfir iUMl tt-. for 1 o'clock. Thursday. In the city of during the week, Weimar. On Friday Ibe thc assemblv will which tho assembly will adjourn 101 infprmatlou regard lo the tides A ford south, ot tho Arctic Ocean has been obl.lneil rcacl.iug 22nd SI a la ge Omland efanhseu expedition SBd hand- camo east on I Ini left sWe ed over to the tidal and current sur- street and was turning norm on uu -eylnf the Canadian nava. department. The Port, to avo d a col i Tidal observations taken on tho opei Uion. turned out of tne uut oast as far west as the boundary of overland went Alaska showed lhat the tide Tno WOUiU nut Eo on the stage. Booth said thi-rc was e5t, and thirty years in which to re- par.' was advanced to hem to erect buildings, and they were ided over the non-earning period. SAVING THE YOUNO FOR FUTURE USEFULNESS It is foolish, to console ourselves iy thinking that we are not any worse than pther'places, when we read abonl and. ponder'over the depredations 'o-! some of our boys. Quite frequently ot has'been revealed that'many of our young lads are developing ten- dencies, that if not checked, will de- stroy their lives and make them lia- billtlei rather than assets to the com- uj who plaved at one of the danca halls. When he was asked as to bis spiritual condition he said that he considered it no different to thai of professing Christians, who made a practice ol vis- iting danoa ball. There were two principles that we must follow in life. Tbe'flrsl is the princlplo'ot sacrifice. When a' man cornea out to follow Jesus he says. "1! any man comes al- ter'me let him deny himself and up bis cross and follow me.' The principle ol sacrifice a put Into prac- tice in commercial lite. Men sacri- fice time snd comfort for the success of their business. There are those who deny themselves .the pleasure o! an automobile 16 the money which-might be .so expended for tne good business... spend nights in stock tiskms. and go- _____i _ pn- no iuch thing as a moral theatre. The Movies I g As lo moving pictures, the preacher "ma had no objection to-pictures that were count} educational and. nplifting, such as v profit sharing plan pictures of travel and misslonap- in all branches was work.' But ihe uplifting class of pic- the Co lures were neglected in the films pro- Tolcdo Ohio, duced and shown at the picture houses. In the majority of the pic- tures there were women betrayed. ironi nan a mm w _ i contrast with Hudson Strait, where the Sam I Smith, a well known resident rise of Ihe tide Is Wily 30 feet, ot tho lied Deer district, died _suddcn-1 ot horse. meat from slaughtered scrub horses of western Canada might ho used In teed- ipg the hungry'Austrians and Ger- e hounuary 011 overland wem tide ringed Fon, on the rear wheel. Tho only feet. This is In UamaBC .lone was Ihe tearing ot he "Diit-r> frtT-it tn OuRgr> "providing Canadian credi w Qlails, jjiui could be satlstactorlly I tlie gist of a reply received by the- Can- adian government from the inlM-nU ed food board, and Uanam tted to Geo e an in _ the United Churcli at Pincher Creeh ,e_ inner tubes of the ford lo Pie.es. lho Ovcrla.ifi njs.wil to "The prize 1IU cominltles for tha agrlcullural fair have had mcellnga and they to hand ihcir list to tlie printer in the list out early in March. 'To 'Peg Bonsplel Jiaclcod wil: H ri-orcscnlel bU.e' Alex McDonald. This is the comblna-. Ion that won fifteen oul of ftwenly riics at Cranbrook. Sunday evening at the Methodist hu ?h Uiq nev. W. A. .Lewis preached aSpecial iermon' lo'the ra Iroad men a full houso greeting.Ijirn to hear hlh citra good sermon. I'ho Hetnmcd Veterans' Associa-. a Kood iricniborsnlp- v.enile court, ns tons butler; tons Duller, meeting. But It University, is dead: C22 tons of food made up o nns-cheese 3.33S uuin.1.. munity. We should not blame the taid he believes in it as mentioned the BiKe. He had seen dancing at a was a dance of Joy was dancing herself. There'was no harm out, makes the successful ment ot Weal banks, impossible unless means to support their oredlt Is provided, The foundation of bank-. Ing 'la.d'ejosits.. ,Tt_e not mike 'their money'ont of .their capital n- their Theylmtke it put of :thel'r" deposits. ,They. the de- public contidence in the seturity, pf the 'deposit's. ..'The ol the Canadian banWng "monopoly of today lies la fte fact that the present .Canadian toanks hive the confidence of depoa'iiors.'a confidence that ho eslablHhed competito can.posslhly the smalle the. capilal of Ihe hank and the raor Jpcal its character: the less confldenc ft'ironld Inspire and the deposit it would get. In Ta well established and prosperous farming community the local bank idea would all right for one- could not get deposits In compelltlon with the char- tered banks, and therefore could not The homo life !s first of all spend' in ciw.- Ing over Iheir instcal of go- in" out on pHasure, -for tho .further- ance ot their business. -Tie'same ap- plie's to students who arejtudying.for their diplomas.. They forego their.ev- ening amusements for the purpose ot study H is >n order that we may have a free country, liberty, and thai tho boys made their gallant-sac- rifices In the war. The principle pi sacrifice came in a very deSnite way when war was declared. If this was true from a commercial and educat- ional vlaw and in time ot war, then It was more than true in the spiritual lite Those who do not make sacrifices cannot succeed spiritually. If our boys at the front did not flinch from making sacrifices for their country In the lime of war, surely we can make sacrifices tor the gre lies t war the'war between heaven and hell. Then tie school has Its esponsibllity, Is the Khool de- eloping the moral, as well as the In- ellectiial character of tie young? gich a question' Is he asked. f the home surrpundings are not nelplnl, why saould not the school meet the deficiency? There will he thPs'e who wilf say the fault lies with the church, but we must remember uau boys and girls are not forced and about cards, am Gcd she left the men behind! lou ran't show ma anywhere in Ihe Bible wiiery myn find1 Lwomen danced1 to- gether. Let together and the girls together; and there will ba no dance halls In Lethbridge in M t Gel a HugBinJ jMachine v t girls'want to Veliugg'cd, lei the' 022 tons ot toou. I Ions' cheese; tons butter; The budget committee submilted its mlik; 345 tons eggs, a combine report at the Baplist Union >Conven-tota, tous..; of v all tile arrive In -Maclcod. They are busy n P inning tor a hall. In memory amount.-... Ho Need To Question People had asked him, -said the staj- in business. competition, -the There can be no Bulletin -believes, with the present banking monopoly of .Canada except 'deposits In' the com- peting bants have thfl security of a government guarantee either Domin- ion or provinolal.. THE RESPONSIBILITY cannot bo-forced to. attend Sunday school. They can be compelled, to attend school, and It is there they In a host of cat'es stand tha only chanco of touching the. belter side ol life. Thecriminal 'tendencies ot the boys and girls should concern us.all. If hese boys and girls are allowed to carry out careers of crime, uncheck- ed, assets ot the country in the years to come, are being destroyed. It la much and even more ot PUT busi- ness to save the boys and the girls for future usefulness than to concern ourselves about good farming melhods lo mske the land more productive and the country richer or tp maintain a lera. hugging machine. If It he said, get a g twople say they need eiercise as sn for i they can get iilenty ot it in Ihe p'pen air. Wlial would yon say if Wesley church was turned Into a dance hall? You would be horrified. Yet your body is the iemplo of God, and the same applies Jancmg. If they were leading live consecrated to God there would be no need for these Questions. The second principle is that the Maying asWc ol the things ot the world depend! not on our position in the church hut in the world. Christ showed that lie would not. Indulge in anything (hat had the appearance ot evil. As tie was in the world so should we be. be representatives of Jesus on earth, His ambassadors. Ambassadors are-not allowed lo hold any properly in Ihe land where they represent their governments.' so thai when relations arc changed they can pull out and go, having no slake there. We are God s and while we may have businesses, homes and farms, in mat- ters of association we should not be God made male and female with emo- tions, nffections and, passions. Bu you let men and women come togelhe In the 'wrong atlitude, as in mile dancing, and no man nor woman ca retain a purity, of mind. You hav no right to assume a position as I a dance which you would not assum in the street. Filly high school gir in an American, city, could not finis their course through the dance. Gir of every country tell.every girlth you can't dance and remain pure mind. In the danc ...They .only touc eiTlingeW: In Ihe modern dances yo pared lo last year's Freddie Parker, well known in the Pass especially In football circles, who s been a prisoner In Germany lor ont three years, has been released.ic- twecn cards, Hie euchre deck and nth or gammas, such as r honuers and rlpm inoes. There Ai nothing orgaoihVgf allacheit io latter. 11. true can gamblo on anything. domlnoe JIany of lliose present gave thel js'.lmonies for the good "received a hd revival, meetings. At tho cCnclusion of Ihe Sumia attemoon service iher'o-was quilo Binali went tip to M Stephens as a testimony to having a copied Christ. A DEFICIT MET The goosi: whoso eggs of gold ;vc made .Was slain. Tlie late our mil iour-h. But, luckily, Ihe A "lot ol iggs worth'''mosPas much. r-WashlriBton WHY DO WOMEN JUFFER When There it Such a edy for Their wLydia Vegeta- ble Compound Kislmneka, had such severe fcmalo weakness tnat I could npt do my and I could not get any- thing to relieve me. A physldiin treated inn, but it did nd rood. I hftd been in ,011s condition foi threemonlhawhenl i hewn E. Vege- luble Componnd (utlet forml and lit cored me. 1 ftnd_sm ablo to dp my work now. I ywir Mrs. BUDA OIJ'PATIIEB, E48 Went Second Street, Mtslmwiika, !nd. Womeriwho jofter from suchiilmenta thonlil not continae lodfag wound do theirwork onJef n-jch condition profit by tlie experience of Mrs. OIJ- f 6ther and thpnsanrls of others who havo tried Uilnfamouj root herb remc-dy, E. I'inVham'n Vegetable Com- pound, nnj found relief from tttch suf- Jcring. It write th. I.yail E. Pfnkhwn Medicine Co., r.jnn. Tho of their !n PUBUCcMT10N FURNITURE On WEDNESDAY, AT PORTEOUS AND TA1NTER SALE BARN, TABER weight imnre, 11 m t geldings I weight 1000; 1 maro, i i mar52CCATTLe-4 Cows, frail toon! 16 2 2-year-old ulcers; 7 Z-ycar-uM heifers, ford bull, 2 ycara old. Tins is an 1 oak dresser; I hrasB unrtng nml Smlng lahld! 1 Belle Oak healer; 1 saniary couch; 1 1 26-plcce dinner set; 1 range, tUuilc; 1 kKchen cabtnct, 1 kitcncri tihh; 2 chairs; Ktthou cHthts, chains, forks, shovels, antl various other articles too numerous to mention. SALE AT TWELVE O'CLOCK SHARP and furniture cash; and machinery time will b< given until October Inttreit 10 ter cent. 10 ctnl. discount for catK. W. A. PORTEOUS, E.B.TAINTER, AaciMncer ;