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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta L'AGE EIGHT, TJlE U�TMBRIDGE DAIi.Y HERALD J'HURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 191$ FATHER HTZPATRICK Speaks To Gathering Under the Auspices of Knights of Column us FARM IMPLEMENT INSPECTION WEEK Ottawa. Feb. 21.-The week of March 11 to 16 is to-be a fnrm implement inspection End repair week throughout Canada. An ef-� fort will be made to have every farmer inspect his machinery during this period and immediately place hi* orders for repairs on extra parts. Newspapers will be asked to open a farm implement exchange aeetion in their want ad columns. CAPT.WILKEN IS A fairly largo crowd ht-ard Rev. \ J'itzpntrick in the S. O. E. hall last | night. After thanking: theKnights of' Columbus of the Lethbridge Council and the Parishioners of St. Patrick's church for the warm and hearty reception that was tenderd him. the speaker of the evening. Rev. Father Fitzpatriek announced the subject of his lecture. "Liberalism in Religion " "Ladies and gentlemen." he said, t will not speak to yoti tonight as a la j tholic priest, neither as the represen- I -.---- tative of anv church or religion, hut j . as the representative of Christianity. 1' Ormer Bow island Man Has 'Liberalism in religion.' " the speaker > went on. "means imllfferentism or the  opinions entertained by many that it j makes no difference what kind of a | religion a. man belongs to as long as j he is a good and an honest man." The speaker then went on to show that Been Released From Germanv Next Week Featuring scores of specially purchased lines at prices wtiicjt in many cases are, as low as present wholesale values, and in face of steady advances, far and away below any you will meet with on merchandise of like quality and suitability to present stj'les for some time to come. _ ~" STOCKS IN THESE PARTICULAR LINES ARE WONDERFULLY COMPLETE FOR SO EARLY IN THE SEASON AND NOW IS YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS AT COMPARATIVELY SMALL COST. i Wilken of Kdmonttni. .Mounted Rifles battal- I London. Feb. 21.-Among the pris-i oners of war repatriated and now :ott this was today the groat evil in all !'ht>ir wa-v,I1'01!,t' bv wa-v of HolIalul is the churches, ami to the. supnort of!*-""""?1 this argument he quoted the London ! .pl'l,m :1 , , , , v ,, ., Times showing the decreasing attend-! I0"' �e !',!,!/ml, " *P**�  nee in the churches of all denomW :,liue; DurmK the �tivnuou� t Rh - a stretcher fired uti. Then, casting j aside his Tolstoian ideas, he picked up a bayonet and rifle anil finally England for many years m die last : century, who seeing the.difference of I doctrine between the high and the low- did not go to church and professed to j, have no religion at all. Cardinal Xew 'man. the great light in-the Church of : came to hand to hand fighting, using Ihis fists. . , _ , , . , -r. . ' This led to the statement appearing Church of England endeavored to find .; .Jt ranad.1 ;uui i.-jandovs that he .was a middle course. j kJl,e(i "Liberalism in .the churches cannot - he tolerated." the speaker stated. "The j Capt. Wilken formerly was at Bow Almighty who is ail truth has taken ; island many pains to show men the true light. > ----- On the summit of Mount Sinai He gave ! to Moses the Ten Commandments, i 'Go.' he says, 'and show this to the j people and tell'them to observe these commandments.' God did not *ay to  Moses that lie or anybody else could ; change any ot them, but God said. Go  and show these to^the people and teil j them to"ohserve every one of them.' in ! like manner Christ the Son of God and ; twelve of mankind have revealed unto j tis that man is not free to choose a ' religion and embrace the one that �suits i him best. Christ spent tliree years uf  his life preaching and teaching, tell-� lng men what they should believe and : what they should do. He has taken i with Him twelve apostles who followed j him and who were to continue His ' work. To Simon Peter he said. Thou ' are Peter and upon this rock 1 will [ build my church and the gates of Hell HUXS SUPERIOR TO AMERICANS IN AIR VUU'HE BILIOUS! LET "CASGftRETS LIVEN LIVER AND BOWELS Ooti't Stay Headachy, Constipated, Sick, With Bad Breath and Stomach Sour. With the American Army in France. Feb. 20.- (By the Associated Press)-Control of the air in the American sector belongs to the enemy. Any officer at the front will make this declaration- all have-made it. The control is obvious. German airplanes come and go over the American lines almost at will. For there is only one way to wrest control of the air from the enemy: that is to fight for It in the sky and to relieve him of it by force of overwhelming numbers. __.____ Gat a 10y morning'-a 10-cent box from any drug store will keep your stomach eweet; Irret and bowels regular, and ihead clear tor months. Don't forget Ithe ebildrefl. Yney lore Caacarets because they taete good-never gripe or elcken.-Advertisement. shall not prevail against Her.' and to all of His apostles He said. 'Go and ; teach all nations all that 1 have commanded you and heboid 1 am with you always even unto the consummation' of the world.' Now Christ foresaw that His apostles whom He loved very . tnuch, would undergo the most horrible persecutions for His name sake, bht even so He did not give them the right to change one iota of the doctrine which he preached ro them." The speaker instanced the case of : Cornelius mentioned in the 10th Chapter of the Acts ot the Apostles, who was doing all in his power to love and , serve God. still God sent an Angel from heaven to show him the true � way and Cornelius was led to St. Peter and eveutually received into the true church. The speaker very strongly emphasized the point that it does make a difference which religion we belong' to. because Christ and His apostles taught but one doctrine, whereas at Ithe present day the churches teach different doctrines, yet of all these do;-- '�� trines one and hut one only is the true doctrine. Granted therefore that it does make ,� a difference whether or not you belong ' to the true Church of Christ it then becomes the strict duty of each one to ' find this true Church, and in our 1 search for' her to iook for such dis-': tingufshing marks as unity, holiness | and the source of her origin. A vote of thanks was moved by Thomas Quinn and seconded by John Vase-  lenak, after which selections were rendered by Mrs. Kennedy and Miss Brooks. E. .1. SchI acted as chairman. New French Fashion Whiteweaiv Big new stock trimmed with button-holed, edges, embroidery work, etc., in gowns, petticoats, envelopes, corset covers, combinations, drawers, etc. 3.00 2.50 1.50 2.75 4.00 1.25 Special Values in SILKS FRENOH FASHION GOWNS. $1,75. 52.00, $2.25 to .................... FRENCH FASHION ENVELOPES. ' SI .75 to .................................. FRENCH FASHION CORSET COVERS. 75c to . .'................................. FRENCH FASHION COMBINATIONS. $2.00 to ...................'- ........... FLESH MULL COMBINATIONS. Very fine. $2.50 to................................. FRENCH FASHION DRAWERS. 75c. $1.00 and ..... ..................... FRENCH FASHION UNDERSKIRTS. $1.75 to................................. 2.75 ^Lovely Silk Underwear Camisoles, bloomers, gowns, envelopes in , heavy wash silk. Colors white and flesh. 2.25 7.50 3,50 \ Early buying is responsible for these unusual values apd we pass on to you the benefit of bur early purchases. > 1.35 UNDERWEAR SILK. Crepe weave, craam, flesh. maize and black. 36 inches. Special SILK CAMISOLES. Splendid styles. $1.25 to .................................... SILK GOWNS. Flesh, and white embroidered. $6.50 to ...........'>..................... . SILK ENVELOPES. Flesh and white. $2.75 and................................. SILK BLOOMERS. Flesh and white. $3.00 and ................................. Alf wash goods, lovely heavy silk. POPLINS, DUCHESSE AND MESSELAlUE SILKS. In all the new light and dark shades. 36 inches. 1 Special ............................... ...... 1*1 v STRIPED TUSSAH SILKS.-Natural ground with various colored stripes. 36 inches............... COLORED RAW SILK. 36 inches. White, tan, Bel-gian, old rose, black and grey. Special'......... STRIPED WA1STING SILK. Heavy cord or crepe � OP de chine weaves, with pretty stripes. .......�t��iO SPECIAL RAW SILK. Natural color only. Good weight, even weave, 36 inches. Speciia .... NEW GINGHAM CHECKS. Lovely siM.00 to $37.50 NEW DRESSES s - - Serges, taffetas, duchesse. etc,, in plain colors and novelty stripes. Shades oZ sand, grey, taupe, tan. navy, black, ere. Special $20.00 to $35.00 New Aprons and House Dresses. New Rompers & Wash Dresses. New Sweaters and Knit Goods. New-Silk and Moreen Petticoats. Voile and Silk Waists. New Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists. New Corsets and Brassieres. Many special values in the above lines that must be seen to be appreciated. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 612 Third Avenue South AT MACLEOD PRESBYTERY Many Topics of Vital Interest i Dealt With By the j Speakers ! Danger Lurks In the Mouth EVEN when all the teeth are healthy and sound the mouth is the habitat of countless dangerous disease germs. There they lie in wait watching a farorable opportunity to attack. The firsL decaying tooth is their opportunity. In its recesses they multiply with amazing rapidity and then in countless millions they launch their attack on your system. Why iijv'ite dread disease by your foul, decaying teeth. Let us attend to them at once. Put all your fears aside. DENTISTRY AS WE PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART. Drs. Brunei*, Richards and Nelson Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbrid?e LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA  CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH" AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK Tuesday afternoon the Presbytery turned aside from the routine pf business to a conference, on a number of ' vital and timely subjects. A thoughtful and very stimulating paper was read by the Uev. Mr. Wilkinson of : Pincher Creek on "'Whit "we should pay for in connection with the war.'-' The points emphasized were: 1. That we might hear God's voice speaking to us. and thai we might know His will us lie reveals it lo us. Thai as lie reveals His will to us we may understand our part in helping to get His will done. That He might -how us bow,we-, in any way have been responsible for tiie war in_ failing to follow the program laid down by Christ and that lie might 'give us courage, and the spirit of sacrifice to remove whatever causes of war are within our power to remove. I. That He mighl show us wherein � v,e arc selfish, and give, us at home the spirit of sacrifice manifested by I our soldier boys. That God may also enable us ro so presen/. the challenge of the cross that It will appeaK to the spirit of heroism and self-denial that has been manifested by so many since the war began, that He might help us to present it in till its majesty and worthiness. '.!. That Ho might give us the power to pray tor ail nations. T. That we :nay have power t.� repent o; -i-ar v and' to maKe restitution v.hei-j possible, and to be givem clean Intnds and a pure hear). H. That, we may_be saved from self-interest, ease and' "softness, and have couragf and strength and willingries.-to bear till things that' right may triumph. l-'or grace that we may lie worthy of victory apd for wisdom and right-, euusne.- s to so use victory that it may bring glory to God and advancement to His Kingdom. 10. That, we may be able lo say "Thy will'he done." whatever its effects upon us; that Coil will ma lie us "vessels yieet for His service," thai we may be w-illing to go where He wants us to go, do whnt -He v.itnts us to do, and be what Tie wants us to be. It. That we may also have hearts full of gratitude to Him for the mercy j and protection and deliverance that we i have enjoyed. The next paper given tjrte conference : was by the Uev. Hugh Matheson. M.A., j of Raymond, and was on "The Call of the church to fresh endeavor in Chris-! thin nurture." The individual requires !a social medium for *he growth and tiie fulfihii'-m of uliaracter. This is it ; universal law of life, and all life's re-i lationships in business, science, art land scolar.-hip illustrate it/'Spiritual j culture is, and" demands the fel-i Iow;diip tiiiil brotherhood of (he church. I The church fulfils its function through : its worship, its teaching, and means i for self expression and activity, ami : by its sympathetic co-operation in al1 i human interrsis in the community, j the nation ami the world. I The discussion following was partici-1 pated in by Dr. Ferguson and Messrs. ! Kellock. Allan and Bryan. ' Men For Ministry j The Uev. \V. !�'. Burns then followed with a fine address on "The Problem j.of Men for the .\iinistry." He dwelt on the importance of the subject, the pre-I sent need of leajlership, and the pres-jciu inadequate supply of men. The ca\ises of this marked decrease In men for the Minis! ry was next considered, and then tiie remedy fQ'' 'he situation finally dealt with. ' .Mr. S. Dunham led the discussioti on this important, paper, emphasizing Jesus as. the sr-vi teacher and preacher, and dwelling on the need of a social gospel tor the present, age. /Several others Kpohe on the subject before the ineetin'-i was brought to a close. Religion at the Front Ai' i tun the conference was re-: Mined, the Uev. W. F. Burns being in the rhair The first paper was on "Keligion nt u>.. Kront." and was read by Dr. i'ergusoli. The doctor dwelt on such books as Donald Hanley's "A Student in Anus," as evidence of the religious -i-ii-it being ict.liiie.Hlcd by the men ,n tin. inmi. #0 also read a most j if i' � re-1 iit.'-S Jett _>�nlH)t'i! 'A Chaplain's Impressions V Keligion at the l'lo.-ii," by Capu.fc \ Muncauler, once a minister at' Grassy Lake and Blaivmore, nuw a chaplain in active-service. *Hev. John Kennedy led the discussion on this paper and was fallowed by Messrs Mathesun. Leslie ami others. The final paper of the conference was given by liev. John Kellock of ('ardston and discussed "The prepara-lion of the Church for Conditions after the. War." Mr. Kellock stated that the changed world after the war will necessitate a changed church. In Germany. Professor I'atcrson shows that, the church was ineffective. Critics of 'the church in Britain ami ip our own country are found. The returning veterans will call for our sympathy. There must be a new alignment of spiritual forces. Personal work must, he emphasised. To it. the men at the front have grown accustomed. Do ail men (lying in battle, pass straight to heaven? Must we not be self-denying and give to our heroes wiiat William James calls "The moral equivalent of war.'' O. Welsh, formerly manager of the Prince Albert branch of the Bank of  The church must sfco to it that this Nova Scotia, has been appointed man- hall be the la�t of wars; by concerted action of all branches of the church on behalf of a league, of nations. ager of the West End branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia at Calgary. .T.'G. Penny succeeds him at Prince Albert. 4 mm CHILD V1N0L ! And He Got Well and Strong. That'� True \ Monaca. Pa.-"My 3ittlevboy, who i is the youngest of three, was weak, [ nervous and tired all the time, so he ', was most unfit at school, and noth-' ing seemed to help him. I learned of Vinol and gave it to him. It has restored his health andtstrength and he has gairftd^ in weight. -Mrs. Frederick Summers, Monaca, Pa. Vinol is a constitutional cod� liver I and iron remedy for delicate, weak, j ailing children. Formula on every ; bottle, so you know what you are giv-' ing them. . Children love it. ! J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LTD, Druggists, Leihbridge. Also at the best druggists in all Alberta towns. TOMORROW AUCTION SALE On the Premises, 602 14th Street South FRIDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 22 At 2.00 p.m. FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed by the Owner Will Sell by Auction at ~ Above An Assemblage of Superior Household FURNITURE And effects* including-UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE in walnut case by Eraus Bros., in aplendid order; massive rocker in mission oak; very fine fumed oak morris chair; solid oak morris chair; small solid oak rocker; oak hall tree; oak occasional table; solid quarter cut oak dining table; set of 6 dining chairs; beautiful mahogany finish buffet; solid oak china cabinet; congoleum rug, 9x10'4; two extra quality carpet squares, 9x10'/2 each; very handsome tapestry panel; very handsome quarter cut oak dresser; solid oak large chiffonier with bevelled mirror; two all brass beds complete with springs and mattresses; oak dresser In new condition; ' brass mounted beds with springs complete; rockers; SINGER SEWING MACHINE in A 1 order; kitchen table; lawn mower; a number of very qgod pictures; glassware; china; kitthen requisites, etc. SALE AT 10.30 PUNCTUALLY. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770, Res. 469 WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE I ;