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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY HKKALD SATURDAY; FKBUJAHY IX llttl Praprletore and Puciiinert THE LETHDRIDOE HERALD MINTINQ COMPANY. LIMITED f (th Street South, Lethbrldge, Aider W. A. UIK'HANAN President >iihl Director JOHN TOKUANV13 business Member Audit Huro SubscrlDtlo Dully, di-tivcroJ, per 11 of (.'trculatlmi R.i ten THE BREEDING OF STRIFE "Blessed are the peacemakers." This we have learnt to know from our earliest childhood. Yet how few of us carry the early lessons into our daily life as we grow into responsible men and women. We speak of the blessings of peace. We look to the day when there will be a pause in the building of armaments. We applaud the League of Nations, in the anticipation of what it will result in as it concerns the future peace of the world. We look to the consummation of peace and the bringing into being of peaceful relations between nations. We view the role of peacemaker in a national and international sense. There- by we forget the individual responsibility in the matter of what are termed the small things of life, in keeping peace and creating harmonious relations between one anr Dally, HKiil, per your. Dally, liy iiiaij lYr C Dolly by m-ul, numthi-.... Wei-kly, by cult, IHT ytor... Weekly, mail, por year to ELECTION OR NO ELECTION As to what will transpiro Jn tho otllOl'. present session of Parliament much ag estimate fa blCSSlllCIS of peace in itS t'ounirv will bo in suspense) to near, t i.i.ii wni it be a General Election or world-wide relation, we should not forget that there are this faii? wiiatever the reasons may j also the blessings of peace in an individual and community sense. There is much of the blessedness of the peace- maker in the everyday concerns of life. In our outlook on the larger we are apt to forget the smaller. But the smaller has its uses. There is strife, and there are the breeders of strife among individuals as among nations. it is difficult for any Government that j We have the gossip and the slanderer among individuals. iias a touch on the mbiic puise to is- j They are the sources of strife. With many this is a habit, ag much gg jg fl gut jf we that larger rui-1 t T -i T jii i i i i inctj so we should value that peace which individual ac- be tion can make to obtain between individuals in their per- be on the part of the ment for nut going tu the country, tho acceptance thai tiie verdict Peterboro is not sufficient hardly holds water. But oven if tho voice of the latest bye-election 19 not vlons byo-e'.ections that have boon] held, where the Government camli-! date, except in tho caso of wheio the outcome can as natural, and in Yaie, has I sonal relations. In this way we can create peaceful com- munities and bring into being happy social relations all Gertttn Hans for Disarming Guards Now Being Conwdfrtd in Berlin Baruia Swms To 1 SUcking Point BEHUN, Poh 12. Legislation which wpu'i prescribe the In which all airman guurde In Germany nre to is nov belnt cd by the minister of tho interler. Af-. tar beinc labmlttcrt to the cabinet, the wli be presented to the HelchaUc ter approval. Tho action ot the Bavarian premier In placlni re- spOMtbllltr for dlburmament upon the Berlin govenliniint Ins created a situation quite embarrassing to the federal mtilajry, In view of the pro- Jomed dlJcBBiilomj by the Bavarian atWunlcli, KonstanlUi Feh- ronbach, his looked for a more emphatic declaration from Dr.- von Kahr. Lively Debate In Bavaria JIUNICH. Feb. Independent So- cialists demanded during yesterday morning's session of the Bavarian diet that the, government make a re- I port on negotiations carried on be- tween the Berlin government and Dr. von Kahr. Bavarian premier, and 'this provoked a lively debate. A speaker i for the government declared that the Ipioceedings at Berlin were conflden- I tial and that their nature could not be 'divulged except in a plenary ses- sion. gone down to defeat. It is idlo to shut one's eyes to facts and to turn them to suit one's one construing, bo it with Governments or with indivi- duals. It is p. policy ot fooling onesolf iriilcb is too palpabls. So far as It concerns the West it would he better satisfied with Gen- To tell a story at the expense of another, to make a remark though it hurts another, because it is considered clever or smart are besetting sins with some. Too often the temptation cannot be resisted. Often these are done j at the risk of the loss of friendships. There is again the I temptation to say what is regarded to be a clever thing that greater representation in though it IS an ill-HatUTed 0116. These things make for ment under the true democratic prin.; strife and bitterness. It is far easier to indulge in them cipie of representation by population, j than to refrain from them. But he or she is the more But apart from this there is the im-j worfchy who refrains in the consideration of another's feel- without1 a'cTifaV 1 means tne suppression of self, and he has ie majority will be to the conn- won a great victory who conquers self. It is a victory which is the greater, in that it brings peace and makes the WARNER MAN DIES AT SWEET GRASS, MONT. try, in the way of ability in putting through, legislation. Aa the followers of the Government now stand In the House, it has a clear majority of somo twenty. But even doer blessed. Strife frequently originates in failing to grasp the other fellow's viewpoint or in the want of the desire or this cmnot be resided as aitose'ther j inclination to dp so. The failure to grasp this lends bitter- dependable quantity, it tho .Metgnen ness to discussion, and with the arousing of this feeling Government is to continue there am j there is little good done except leaving behind the dregs more things than constitute its own of enmity which might have been avoided had there been wen-arc, which it. has to consider, and a mitual Considej.ation and evenness of temper displayed. In the spirit of give and take, and in bear and forbear, is (Prom Our Own Correspondent) WARN13R, Feb. commun- ity was grieved to hoar of the death of Francis Le Roy Warner at Sweet Grass hospital last .Monday morning as the result of. blood poisoning, which made. such rapid through his system that nothing avail- ed to save his life. He was an industrious, useful, steady character of a quiet disposi- tion, a kind husband and father, a good neighbor. He to mourn his rather early departure, a wife and three children, aged parents, three sisters and four brothers, all in the U.S. and a host of other relatives and friends. Brief funeral services were held at the position in which It is placed as to resigning or continuing becomes a. very responsible one. read the secret -of harmony and the putting to flight of x i a11 others. PATRONAGE IN POLITICS Sir Sam Hughes, in hia latest en- dorsement of patronage in politics, stands watch over the Old Guard that has1 helped to bring politics into dis- repute. A politician of this character! cannot but be a despair to those who look lor an evolution in politics. It is -the trend of the reactionary who blocTc's modern progress. Except from those who constitute the political machine, aa it has come to 'be known, the now decadent and, let us trust, doomed practice of politi- cal can meat with little! sympathy. The evils of the patronage February system, to those who take an in politics and who seek the welfare ol politics, have become too palpable, and there can be no desire to see them revived. "Union Government, in Its particular constituency, can at feast boast of the merit, to which it Is fully entitled, of having helped to stifle if not to kill political patronage. strife. When we estimate the' benefits of peace it would be well to read this into the conduct of everyday life. With this as a pattern we shall be spared the gossip of the ill- natured and the slander of the wilful and the thoughtless. We shall unite where we may be prone to divide. We the happiness of OUT OWH lives and tp that of We shall earn that regard and respect which con- VULCAN LIKELY TO BEAUTIFY CEMETERY (D.r i JUporttr) VULCAN, Feb. town auth- orities headed by Mayor Butchart are considering of the cemetery. A representative o( a well- kuown western nursery Irn waa here tkli week going over situation! with clTto officials. It li very i probable that Hurt' will miulo this year. Unwise Railway Building Hurts Premier Dmry Tells Hamilton Audience We Suffer as a Result HAMILTON, Feb. Is today from tho unwise building of railways, iTemier B. C. Drury told a largely- attended gathering ot Masons here last night. The Dominion was half a ahead of its time and was paralleling far too many lines, he aild. and referred to the deficit this' year as between sixty and a hundred million dollars. Touching on the social Bide ot life, the premier said that beset- ting sin at present was frivolity, the desire to be aroused. WANT RAILWAY LABOR MAN ON BOARD OF RAIL COMMISSIONERS BROCKVTLLE, Out., Feb. trades and labor council last night endorsed Calvin ot St. Thomas, Ont. legislative representa- tive of the Brotherhood of Locomo- tive Engineers tor the oa the Dominion Railway Commlnlon. It also pMsed a resolution asking the labor members of the Drury govern- ment to adopt the eight-hour day legislation. GIVE UP HOPE FOR CATHOLIC BISHOP KNOXVILLB, Tenn., Feb. for recovery of Bishop John P. Far- relly, head of the Catholic diocese of Cleveland, was abandoned today by the home of the bereaved wif.'a par- hU physicians. The bishop has been 111 with pneumonia since last Sunday. ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nopp, on Thursday, Feb. 10, after which the im- pressive services were continued In the Evangelical church There was a very large attendance and the floral tributes were beautiful. Serv- ices were concluded at the cemetery. A brother and sister from Ohio at- tended the burial of their brother. Function; Indian Rulers Received All the Glory or the Eaat in Dtlhi For the Inaugural DELHI, India, of largest audiences ever gathered in In- dia crowded the famoui Mogul hall In Delhi early In week for the Inaugural ceremonies of chamber of prlncen. The huge hall wai made picturesque by nearly one hundred ruling princes In their gorgeous and Jewell and civil and military of- ficials in full state dress. Thtre were many ladies present. Baron Chelmstord, the viceroy and Lady chelmsford and the ot Connaught drove to the hall In full state with artlllory and cavalry es- corts and upon their arrival occupied n throne on the dais. The ceremonies Included the reading of the king's proclamation and a special message from the king and speeches made by the viceroy and the Duke of Con> naught. The Maharajah Sclenda of Owallor moved and the Maharajah ot Blkanar seconded a resolution of thanks to the king. An Informal reception 'to the princes and chiefs ended the function. PICKED UP IN PASSING TUB 0 B T MAN Organlutloi work IB U. T. A. dlelp rlcts li expected to proceeded will >i result at resolution pitted it tbs> recent convention, Palllser be by city of Calgary, but may able to tux C. P. K'l. natural re- sources British Columbia followed a short- sighted policy In relying on Imported oil for Mid Thoi. Graham at a boerd ot luncheon la Vancou- ver. Province ot Saskatche- wan wai formed. In 1905, have constricted by the Provincial public buildings to the value ot and at the pres- ent time public bulldlnfi to the value ot are under construction by It. Should Mennonltes ot Saskatche- wan and Manitoba decide to wtUe In Mississippi and Alabama, according to plans which have Deen undor way for aome time, they nund not look for any apeclal edneational or religious prlvUtfei, accordlnf to Btate- ment of H. A. Emeraon, of Yellow Pine, Alabama. THE LORD'S COMING IN KILATION TO THE "Jew, Gentile, and Church of ILLU8TRATIO UARQI CHART. IN BETHANY HALL, 208 13TH ST. N. EVANGELIST H. CLIFTON WILL CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK AT I P.M. (EXCEPT 8AT.) Come and hear the opening address on the above subject on Sunday, at 7.30 p.m. ALL WELCOME NO COLLECTION Lord at 4, I. stitute the true basis of friendship and harmony. In dis- couraging gossip and slander we shall be making for peace and harmony, and thereby bring down the blessings of peace and make for that blessedness which goes with the peacemaker. 14th, St. Valentine's Day. "Will you be my Valentine" will be the unexpressed invitation Mr. Meighen to tho members who as- semble, things are at present. Plans are being made to make the journey to the Fort Norman oilfields by the air route. Let us trust that this does not portend that those who Tho canker in politics has been tho! essay it will be brought to earth so patronage system. It has defiled poli- tics in the eyes of those who have taken; a general and not a selfish in- terest in politics, not as it concerns the Individual but the nation and he country as a whole. To revive politi- cal patronage will be to recreate a class of men who have taken an active part in politics with the view oC thoir own worldly benefits. In the hope and lor the purpose of favors to come. 1C Sir Sam Hughes haa his way we lhall be going "back into what 'was generally acknowledged to he an. un- desirable state of things, and to the Wallow of evils from which we may well gay we have been happily de- livered. But Sir Sam has never foe on taken seriously. Perhaps lie lias Denser! this by now atiil has no intern- tion that what he says should be taken seriously. trust wo are right in the way we construe his actions and the sentiments ho from time to time so freely expresses in his bru.iklngg-out.1 Sir Sam and others like him belong to thn old school of politics; but with Urn mo-, dern trend of thought and the serioim- neap .politics have rightly como to bs regarded; in the sensing of -the 'word in .lest and not Ha 'wrtrsf. is n'n room for the old school ajiy< niorp thoti for (ho aTitiqtni- ted methods in other things which fcu-vo fallen into disuse. far as their hopes go on arrival there. Only in the Orange Free State, in the election In South Africa, UMs said that Goneral the leader 'of the National Party, has been victori- ous. This should sustain him, in the consolation that ho has not been al- together given the pip. With the statement at the gathering of the retail merchants that condi- tions in Lethbrldge are better than coupletl with the fina showing of Uie city utilities, there is much to be hopeful over. Tho voice of tho robin been heard, and U'.o sting of tho mosquito lias buuii the prnoi's (hat spring is at hand. Let iia hope that these will not prove to bo false alarms. I Do You Know? Vulcan Community Club Developing Public Library As One Community Benefit (Br Staff Reporter) VULCAN, Feb. organlittioB that la figuring largely in the "Y" pro-! i gresa and development of Vulcnn is; the Vnlcan Community Club at the. i head of which is Mayor Butchart, who j Is first and always a booster for his towiu The club now boasts 100 up members. It has necured many I civic Improvements and is going after j more. Just now a public library Is ing built-up by the Club and from in- dications it will develop into a potent factor in community welfare. The secretary, C. 13. Colweli, il most op-1 timistic over the library proposition. I Other matters that are being taken! up by the Community Club are tree planting and an Illustration farm. The movement young, but it Is growing. The good work already done ANGLICAN Avt. TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the burden of a song? 2. Why is tliu buttercup so-called? -j. What is the meaning of chintz? 4. How comes the phrase "Happy as a clam at high 5. What were the colors of the crosses worn by the Crusaders'.' 6. What was a culverin? It. Church, cor, and 11th St Rev. Goiv M. Barrow, Rector. The Rectory, 212 5. Telephone 1406 8.30 Communion in 10 to boys and young men. 11 and Sermon. .Solo the Preacher, Her. R. H. Robinson, has justified the of the club, i Mrs. H. Johnson, "But Quarters for the new library have! Lord li Mindful. been donated by Mr. Lindsay, tie; 3 s Service. t. t, n ami hardware merchant. CANADA'S FIRE LOSS IN JANUARY I TORONTO. Feb. flre j losses in January were as FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What in the meaning conveyed in "Neither fifih, -flesh, nor soutl red Ulmt la flotsam and jetsam? 3. I low many nyes has tiio fly? '1. came- the word "irogs" to bo_applii'd to the French? (1. JIow do we get tno mune cravat? G. What v.-.is Fronde's catV 7.30 and Sermon. Subject of address: "My by Rev. H. H. Robinson. Anthem: "As Pants the Hart." ind Wllcox. Randall, Simpson, THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH I against during'the corres- LETHBRIDGE j ponding month of last year, accord- ing to tiio Monetary Times' estimates. Rev T Q jene, There wore four (Ires Jast month of 1271 6lh phon< S100.000 or over, namely at Halifax j Mill Erlka Oland.r Byilnoy. M.S., Toronto and Winnipeg. Ltidtr Mrg. F. Jackson There were 17 deaths In fires last month and 22 In January 1920. COMMUNISTS CLASH IN ITALIAN SHIPYARDS Germany Fays slip rnnnot pay what la demanded front by tho Allies. What Germany needs Is un Allied Official Auditor to RU through her assets and Her excuse is the usual one of the debtor who seeks to giH away from rlfjhlful oldiRalions. Mrs .Ralph SniiUi hiis. dcrliiiiH] tho nlllcn of Hpr'iikcr ol' til" li. r. Logis- l'i'lire. Tho malo v.lil ho in. i ANSWERS 1. Not fish (food for the not flesh (food for tho not good rod herring, (food for Suitable to no class of people; lit for neither one thing nor tho other. Fish comes first, beraui-c in the Middle Agos the clerjry tool; iiref-cdenee of tho laity. 2. Flotsam, found floatiriB In tlie sen. Jetaon or things thrown' out of a ship to liyliton It. 3. Three cyc-.s and two compound eyes, each of which has 4.000 facets. 4. From their undent heraldic de- vice, which was three frogs or three toads. u. A corruption of Cranat or Croat. H was introduced Into France by Gome French officers who returned from Germany in fi Tho cat wanted to know what was good for liff-. and everyotio gave her answers. The owl sajd "Medi- tate, o and so she to think what could have como first, tho or the 10 Dept. of the Sunday School in the flail. 11 a.m.: Morning Service. Subject: Man of Orit." 2 and Primary de- partments of the Hunday School in Feb. persona the Hall. were and 15 wounded yesterday j Dept. ot tho Sunday In a conflict between communists and) School in the Church. pxlromn at the naval i People's Bible Class in shipyard? at Monfalcone, Italy, pays) the Hall. la Rome di-patch to the Central News I 7.so: Evening Service. Subject: which quotes a report to the Bpoca. "God Over AH." iOERMAN.JUGO.SLAVIA TREATY FALLS THROUGH BEI.OKAnK. .luso-Slavia. Feb. Tlie cabinet, rejected the draft of a Sunday MMtlngt treaty of commerce with Germany, n meeting, ircparrd in collaboration with Qer- 2 People's company class. SALVATION ARMY We believo all men may be saved. I man representatives here and approv- j ed by the minister of commerce. Tho German delegates have left. I'll There is a criKis in tho Tu Cabinet, and three of Hip ilinl have fled to Angora. Homebody have got their I'arliameiit, it Is to be noted, is mi tin i mh Iho i in CANADA'S BORROWINGS TOUOXTO, Fell. li'-Tlla Mnnp'ary rmwrts Hint, ranndu's 'borrow- ,.lt iii tho first iiKinth of. 1921 to- SM.'is.l.nso; as against in n.-i-niiiluT and f20.H04.077 liniiiii-, in n your ngo. Last month's mniln up largclyof provln- I'nllroiul although Ulll- to a Jaljlu extent. COALHURST PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF COD Services held In the old Bap- tist opposite St. Mat- thew's Church. Sunday, 11 Service. Sunday. 2.30' P. School. Sunday, 7.30 ic Service. Wednesday, 7.30 MR. CHAS. :8IMMONETT, of will preach at both services 8uu4ay, A hearty -wolcome extended to ill. 8 meeting. 7.30 for Souls. Week Night p.m. Monday 1'. workers In charge. Tuesday practice. Wednesday meeting. Thursday meet- ing. Band In attendance. Friday cadet class. Saturday meeting. Adjutant Hardy and Lieut. Ede, commanding officers. ASSOCIATED BIBLE 418 8th St. South. Sundays, p.m.: Study. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. Wednesdays, p.m.: Bible Study, followed by praht, pram and tec Oniony Mtetlng. All No Collection, All publications of Society may now be obtained locally, Including "Finished Mystery." Reading Room open dally from 3 to WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Car. 4th and 11th Rev. Chat. E. i.O, Erncit f. Layton, Orflinllt and Cholrmaatar. 11 Memorial Serrlct. Sermon, "A Memorial to Our by Rev. G. H. Cobbledkk, M.A., B.D., Edmonton. Unveiling of Memorial Tablet by BriK.-Gen. J. S. Stewart. The Great War Veterans' Associa- tion will' attend In a body at the morning service, find setts will be re- served In the centre row. School. Study of lei- son only. Service. Subject of Sermon: "The Great Divide ot His- tory" by Rev. Oeo. H. Cohbledlck. Music on Sunday as follows: Orgon and Al- legro from Overture In "Samion" Kindly Light" (Ptighe- by Mr. Frederick Blackburn. Recessional" (Reginald Do by Mrs. Ernest Layton, L.A.B. "Dead March in Saul." Souls of the Right- eous." March in 'F'" Evening Service: Organ Funobre et Chant Seraphlque "Comfort Ye My Peo- ple." Aria, "Every Valley Shall Be Exalted" by Mr. Blackburn. in G Divine All Love Bi- celling Mrs. Ernest Layton and Mr. F. Blackburn. Not, O Israel" Orgon Recital: "Improvisation on a Well Known Tune." Question and Answer (Woltten- Toccata for Organ Symphony No.- B FIRST SAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Street Rev. f. W. Dat'oe, Minister Mr. B. Jonei, Director of Choir WHAT WH STAND POH Evangelical Ministry, 'Regenerate Membership, lleligluui Liberty, Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Sub- ject: "The Ideal Character." Sunday School and Bible Class at 12.15. Sunday School In the 5th Ave. N. church nt 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7.30. Subject: "God's Challenge." Song Service at 7.15. A welcome for all. KNOX PHMiYTiHIAN CHURCH Corner and Ml MrMt 8. A. H. Demon, Mlnltter, 10.00 a.m.: fabbath School U a.m.: Morning aervlce. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beftnnert Clan. 11 a.m.: Morning eertlce. i p.m.: Big 4 p.m.: Chinese OlaaV 7.30 p.m.: Evening service. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd Ave. end 8th St. Jet. J. School. and Lord's Sermon subject: "Ckrlit'a Second Society. on "A Profitless. Gos- LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 511 7th Street South John McAllater Sunday, 11 Service. Sunday, 3 School. Sunday, 7.30 Ser- vice. Tuesday, S meeting, Wednesday, 8 Study. Friday, g People's meet- ing. Saturday, 8 meeting. A special offering will be taken Sunday evening for the relief of the Chlnesa famine sufferers. BETHANY HALL 205 13th Strent North Sunday Meeting! Worship and Breaking of Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Service. Subject: "Tho Lord's Coming." Speaker, Evangel- ist H. Clifton. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Sunday School, 12.10 a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed. at 8 p.m. NOTICE CliurcU notices should be handed in the evening before day of publication to Insure insertion. ;