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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUK iliiu LtlHbKiiJGK DAILY SA1HHDAY, 1'bbi. IT LEADS NOWHERE THE BRIDGE HI? HALO PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITKn Ith Street iiouih, Lef'jrldge, Alber W. A. I'-UCilANAN Weekly. A movement which is new, and yet not new, is one adopted by Canon Barnes of the Anglican Church in Eng- land. He is to argue as to the literal truths of the Old Testament, particularly as they refer to the crea- tion of the world, 'ine Canon disputes the truth of Gene- sis, in that it was never alluded to by Christ. If the Canon's reasoning is right, he will have to accept the truth of thd Old Testament as it refers to Jonah and the whale, how- ever it may appear to him, in the view he takes of tho Old Testament, in that the incident is referred to by our Lord. "j Canon Barnes, no doubt, means well, and is in no I way seeking to destroy anything of the meaning and the I truth of Christianity, but rather to sustain men's faith in it. But it is much to be questioned whether the matters NEW METHODS OF FARMING. The Farm Conference, just held in the city has laid down that in scien- title fanning lies the solid of successful fanning. Tho truth is not _ exactly a Cew one, but its application1 don, but this does not destroy the inspiration of the Book, has been too long delayed. In coun- such as Great Britain, where farming Is a far older pursuit than In Canada, it baa como to be seen he raises are worth while, and if they will lead to any- 1 thing. The Bible is subject to each one's own interpreta- Little Interest In Throne Debate In Ottawa House Hon. N. W. Rowell Says Russia Should Be Loft to Patch Up Own Troubles HOODLUMS TRY TO BREAK UP LOYALTY MEETING IN TORONTO TORONTO. Keb. Fiwr iwslst- ent Interrupt or a tit ;i nuH'titii; at Misnuy Hall last nfffM under Um ploos of tho Urlllsh Umpire IOUKUO oi' Canada were front tho luiilil- Ing hy Uift and tukon bofoi-o Clilef of Police ttlion. The toller PICKED UP IN PASSING F O tl T II K BUSY MAN OTTAWA, Feb. International atfa'rs again claimed attention of the houso for a time to (lay. lion. N. W. Ruwell. former pre- sident of tha cumidl, was the speaker. Mr, Howcll was one of the n delegates to tlio first League o[ Nations assembly uiul ho gavo tho house a resunio of the assembly's work. Necessarily. Mr. Ilowoll touch- ed tho ground cuveivd by Sir George Foster on Wednesday, but with eer- ot (lit? li'uguo's activity, Mr. Kowull dealt more exhaustively. [nor does it in the least degree serve to shake our faith in "Q defended Canadian opposition to Christianity and the great principles it teaches. i The story of the Bible has become a tradition. It has that, though there have been tanners inspired a faith Avhich has survived centuries: to dissect there for many a generation, and jf though the farming industry is as old TL LL L r ii i as the country itself, mere is mm-hi necessary. It matters not if the history of the Creation to international control of raw materials. Chaared by, opposition members he expl-essed Iho vie.w that the' loss out- side interftTOHce there was with Rus- sia the sooner would normal condi- ?i ha'dly i S? U- ion' would bring the "United States SI. M. lUucllrldo, ,M. P. I'., was ruild nut of tliu Labor I'a-.'ty In Ontario. S-'-tchowan Union plan, terms for the oft'ciipe nC tin1 liiiul. maotiug was addressed by Major G. I1. I'litnain. of Now York City ;uui Rustoru Rustomjeo tit Hominy, India. Hoofs, hisses, and boisU'rous conversation interrupted both ors, and not oven the appeal of Futmau that "an old man of 7V ytuirs" bo allowud to finish what hu had u> say was heeded. The conclusion of Mr. Rustomjce's address was lost in a babel of noise. MORE PATENTS ISSUED DURING PAST YEAR ttiii tor the farmer to learn. This' as related in Genesis or not. has led to the forming of research, OWeS its Origin to the Divine bureaus to aid agriculture. i and this the Canon admits, f the Founder, great j on a too ambitious scale, and on an; down are not in the least impaired by the Ou Frfm.! improvident scale, as the farmers interpretations W6 may CllOOSe tO give tO incidents in the tenac. was strongly attacking the themselves have icarnt to realise. The Old Testament. Whether they are intended to be taken the opposition, iiou. w. L. .views expressed and endorsed a. literally or symbolically is after all a question for the in- i serve to show that v 4.- OTTAWA, Feb. 1' inventions in the transportation iiel.l [n 1929 exceeded those of any pro- vious year, according to returns :abled in tile house yesterday. UIVIMI- :ions of parts of motor vehicles l.'nd tho individual classes, was a slight decrease in aeroti Inventions. The total of tlu1 patents branch during was 496.97, an increase of S7S.TS7. The expenditure w arc In-hid cvoivi'd by lucal Fri'Bll I-KKS soli] at Woodstock last at !U ccntti a dozen, a drop ol" LTi crniu from previuus Satur- day's price. Several distinguished frYenchmen aro expected to visit Canada next .suVuncr to inaugurate the Krench ex- hihition train's tour. round guilty im cliargf-s of having drugged and attacked a fifteen year oiti Alex Davidson, of the Kinder- dlitriet, wu to torn four yeari at bint labor In the federal imnUehtliry at 1'rlnce Albert. After muMU the 1'uople'n Suite Bank tt rtrgo, N. P., cloned UH doora, dua to'dentoted serves. It la tilth North Talott. to within mouths, On receipt of his first monthly pay cheque, us Mayor, amonntlug to Mayor Ueorgo of turned ft over to tho Social Servlcn, LOHSIIB to uilil to Us funds, heavily drawn on during the past few months liecauso of the unemployment situa- tion. llecauso moro than pounds of tobacco raised in Essex county. Ont.. last year was not pur- chased by the tobacco companies be- cause of au over supply, laud' that for the past ten years has been used for growing tobacco will this year bo, cropped with corn and wheat, farm-! say. This will lead to greater hog production in the county. NEW FRENCH MARSHALS Farm Conference the fanners ot Southern Alberta havo become wise In their own generation lo foreseeing where the future pros-1 IS Sufficient. dividual in whatever way he seeks to strengthen his faith, but tha fundamental fact that God is in all and above all become the farming policy of South- in patterning our lives accord- to the life of Him after whom it is named. It acknowl- n with Dr. characteristic raake a snake gre Edwards charged sty] -3, niul he coniparod Mr. King with Mohammet's coffin, "suspended be- tween heaven and hell, and fit for neirher." At tho time, the housu was amused to note, the premier wan seat- ed on the Liberal benches beside Mr. him in ear- PAR1S. Feb. of Generals Louis Frum-het d'Espey, Louis Hubert Lyautey and Marie Emile Fayolle as marshals of France was an- nounced today. EilELIST H, CLIFTON WILL CONTINUE HIS ADDRESSES IN BETHANY HALL, 205 13TH ST. N. Every NigM Next Week, at 8 o'Clock EXCEPT SATURDAY Subject: Events Subsequent to the Coming; Souls frt being arc anxious. Come hear words whereby YOU may Ipe saved. EVERYBODY WELCOME NO COLLECTION ern Alberta if the Farm Conference ia edges the Maker, just ES He did. It is tha teachings and Kius w'th to be taken Wiously, and there is! the ideals Of Christianity that Concern US most. We Can Montreal obs-rv- not a donbt that it la meant to be so f oliOW the teachings of Christ With a full faith in them oti that ir tho government thought the taken. When a man of large acres, mirsplvpo rn rlicrconf 4.1 opposition was bhiliing iu ihs-r call mirsplvpo rn rlicrconf 4.1 as Mr. Nobla. endorses the wis- f OUrSelVes tO CllSSBCt and analyze the to of the uolicy, there cannot be any Of lestament. Why perplex GUI-Selves Heed- lesltation in accepting its truth. The policies adopted by the farin- lessly in seeking to explain what in the Divine Mystery is tO human minds? Rather let US gO forth a general election, -.lie best ,to caU tne uluff "oW the j p TD-AHJOU, "was pleas- eti that tho eovernment had at last to now, with experience dearly everyday. Its great and wonderful truths cannot be swept the farmers themselves have aside by whatever interpretation men might place on the come to see Is the only true policy. Qld Testament. A conference such as that held, with practical men dealing with their own local problems, Is worth a dozen WS" for future ot our Farmins Congresses. In the good it policies. will accomplish if all that has been In the community interest It seeks discussed Is taken to heart by tho farmers of Southern Alberta as a'tn establish between the city whole. The principles laid down' district, tha Board of Trade is doing should be grasped and followed in a real sen-ice. co-operative spirit for the welfare the whole farming community. It was not laymen speaking to farmers, but The operation of cutting off his own appendix by a surgeon adds an ap- larmers themselves Breaking to farm-1 Peadi.t to the surgical treatises of the ers, and thereby the deliberations and j day. the conclusions arrived at gain in' Talue. Of particular importance ,wa attention given to agricultural sun veys. This, II thoroughly followed by of the Province, the Government, will lead the way in averting anything ot {arming disast- ft is well to see the farmers attack- ing their own problems, and to note the the new interest in the agricultural problems as they relate to this part Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What does "fascination" mean? 2. What is the allusion iu "To fast and 3." What is the'apteat term applied to architecture? 4. What is a galloway? 5. What is the origin of the phrase "To eat one's C. Should "all rfght" be treated as .pealter was O. Turgeon, Glou- cester. Tho debate was adjourned by Dr. McGibbon, Muskoka. and the house adjourned until Monday afternoon. Some Opposition To Hospital Bill _______ i i Acting Premier Allows it To- Stand to Raise Hospital Standard era, and will be a great means of avoiding disappointments and encour. the farming in- of irrigation, becoming a fact, the value of intensive tanning has gained in the means that will ba at hand to put it into effect. and stabilizinj flustry. With the anticipation But as much and sense its If the Speech from the Throne In the Alberta Legislature was, framed I for the purpose of cutting out need-i authors to be called classics? less debate and getting down to bus- j iness, its blankness should prove a blessing in disguise. (Special to the Herald) EDMONTON, Alta., Feb. many objections were raised In com- i mittee of the whole of the legislature Friday afternoon to amendments to i separate words or as one? If the hospitals ordinance of Alberta which i spelt allright" or greatly enlarge the Government's control over municipalized hospitals receiving provincial grants that the committee let most of the important sections of the bill stand over to fur- FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How does calomel, which means p a white powder? How came the works of the belt What is the origin of the phrase "To haul over the What is the meaning of the cock sometimes seen on church spires? 5. When does the day begin with astronomers? s we value irrigation but where the "dries" go, and tho enormous value to; Province has aet Itself to answer the Southern Alberta, the dry-fanning: question, problem, in that this mode of farm- With British Columbia it appears to be the question not where the flies KO I 6 Why are lhe first num' o" ttr.T IB f.l riinitu t erals called digits? 1. ing, in the distribution ANSWERS It was applied in joke by Sir of the land, Louis Joseph Gauthler, once men- likuly to join the Govern- being given Cabinot rank, Theodore Magern to the chloride ot mercury, in honor of a favorite negro servant whom he employed to pre- pare it. From the division of the Roman muot engage the majority ot tioned cannot but remain an ever present ment, in problem which has to be dealt with.; now turns round on it. His action is people into six classes. Any citizen This the arm Conference has fully; remindful of the deaf adder who "stoppeth her ears, and will not Nine Reasons Given By Theodore Roosevelt for Going to Church 11. In this actual world, a churchless com- munity, a community where men have abandoned and scoffed at or ignored their religious needs, is a community on the rapid down grade. II. Church work and church attendance mean the cultivation of the habit of feeling some re- sponsibility for others. III. Thijre are enough holidays fur most of us. Sundays differ from other- holidays ig the fact that there are fifty-two of them every Therefore on Sundays go fco church. IV. Yes, I know all the excuses. know that one can worship the Creator in a nrove of trees, or by a running brook, or in a man's own house just as well as in a church. But I also krvow as a matter of cold fact the average man does not thus worship. V. He may not hear a good sermon at church. He will hear a termon by a good man who, with his good wife, is engaged all the week In making hard lives a little easier. VI. He will listen to, and take part In rend- ing some beautiful from the Bible. And if he is not familiar with the Bible, ht has tuffer- eel a k VII. He will take part In singing tome good hymns. VIII. He will meet and nod or (peak to good, quiet neighbors. He will, come away feeling a little -more charitably toward all the world, even toward those excessively foolish young men who regard church-going as a soft performance. IX. 1 advocate a man's joining In church work for the sake of showing his faith by his work. ther hearings. Acting Premier, Hon. C. R. Mitchell, contended that the Government had not the Intention of imposing hardships ANGLICAN St. Augustln's Church, cor. Sth Ave. and nth St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rectcr. Rectory, 212 8th St. S.'Telephone 1405 Communion (in j on struggling hospitals or of fixing too Bible Glass. realized. The appointment of district agents hearken to Mie voice of the charmer, to advise farmers is a policy that Is charm he never so wisely." well thought out, and is one which ______- should appeal whsn it obtains should to the authorities. This The fact that the High School not as should prove of serves ita purpose ae cUv in- menae service to the farming .titution but U the' centre of higher who belonged to the highest class was called classicus. high standards, but had merely sub mitted the proposal witft a view of obtaining opinions from members of the Houso on gradual improvement of hospital service in the province. For this reason he proposed, to let the bill stand over for alterations. General Stewart, Lethbridge, asked if patients could be sent into largo centres without any restriction in view of the fact that section four of the amendment provided that any in- stitution receiving the government srant must accept a patient, even though no payment was arranged for at the time. Hon. J. R. Doyle said that hospitals and Holy Communion. Saviour of the World.'1 Subject of Daught- ers ot Jerusalem." 3.00 School. 7.30 Solo by Mr. H. G. Kilner: "Thou Shalt Not Lcavn" Subject of Ushers for Butler and Collier. service with- address, 8.00 p.m. Thursday. St. MiiUhhia, A. an.r Holy Communion (in chaiinl) 10 a.m. Friday, Stories WESLEY MfcTMODlST CHURCH Cor.