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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN BAiLf SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920 TOMS, cr ot Lnraor. In thia .wuttry that U is aa. tut ITALIAN LOAN WELL HOME, S.-UaWril thxu to Italian wttoawl toil been rVotfui triaa aaaall THIijii aid rural lire, Ue OpnroU. a ton oi hu to lire. at ll.WC.W lire to leu, That Stubborn Cough from freth BroncUdt or will reidlijr yield io pledcc tkemHKes to be readr to oa the cunpalca at or. to KTOP IN FIVK JCSUTaB. (That pwt the people of Uie 'United States signed by the lord mayors, lord iyrovoEtn and niayorq of citlea and j towns of Great Britain and Ireland, appreciation at the co-op- eration of tlie army 'and-nav7 In bring- ing the'war victorious end and regret at the departure of the Amer- ican military a.nd naval forces from the British ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" _ARE_ ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" eoribed liy for nne you are aot talcing Aspi only ''Bayer _ or _ Aspirin at all. Takltti in an unbroken "Barer" years. Now made In Canada. Haniljr tin wnUining 12 tab- lets cost liut few lents. also ifill larger "Bayer" packages. Tkere ovly one jnnit yipjrln th-. ttade mark In CanixU) of Btyar MancfactnTft Mono- ficetfcatlatiter cf FaHO'llcacU. EL It well hnoitn Aiplrln meani TJ ta tha pi.WIc Imliatloni, Iht Tableifl of Styer '-1 be s'.amped Trlth Ihtlr EenerAl trtds ratrV, tho "Htytr CroM." IOST FOREVER! A WHOLE Oil. Calomel and Griping Pills Shake Up ;ind Sicken "Cascarels" Site! up! te filled with llrtr lioird i keeps your aktn sollow, your roiir Anil j splsnldd S'Til' hy lokhig occa.iionaiir. They ust wiliiout pfng or Thoy novc-r j sictan you all (Jbo not day Is willing- lor passing vcstiucnl '-atfdi' cripple -'any Mndiistrlal x :S- file coniplattit'-'ls'-' "1 no< get- ling and in "He la getting ?iorc than Xo man] who broods lo.i? 'over his flnaiictal] position can nt ease. No man can grow unduly ot his neighbor and not be Irritable. Organizes Lab- or, true, seems to be Iniilt upon n desire to Gft, but while it observes ontracts and recosnlzej tha right'of Capital tn a (air retutn, U (s an elem- ent of strength In Society. Modern Capital Is organized iti but while It recognizes tho rights of to more liberal treatment, it alro la an element of strength. The One Bi? Union is an organization to cljb Cap- fist into .insensibility and take'awny its rights. A lew Capitalists, 'oh the other hand, are ready to club Labor In like manner.' The result of a clish iietween two envious or covel- OUR classes of Tnen Is tumult ant] nn- rcsl. No rcan will consent to he rob- bed. But at the sama lime, there U hone in the. undoubted fact that only a very lew rdeh will consent to be rohbars. The majority of people are ameious fair. They want their rights, but they do not ileslre to In- Tade tho rights .of others. no harm in.Getting if it is not carried to an extreme. For that reason, onr question the of impatient, folk who find the. present Social Order wholly objectionable. The safety of property and the safety of life are tho oases ot civilized society. Neither can be threatened without great danger. Tlie warning of the jreat-teacher, "Take heed and be- waro of should be tak- en, to heart in these" times. Covoteoua ness leads nation as well as in the Individual life. Few people realize that It fs better to give than to receive, yet ft Is true. Red Socialism claims Christ as a com- rade because ho had love and pity tor the submerged tenth. But Christ was no Kobin Hood. Ho did not advocate robbing the rich to beneSt tho poor, He did not teach the of Intens! fled Jealowy. Ha denounced mon who 'dovoiirerf wldoTfl' houses, bul Zacchaeua. who -had rouged the heavy the habit of bin by the Master to make full restitution to those whom he defrauded. Christianity b the Gospel of the nappy man. For that reason, It 13 the hope of civilization.' H leaches the duly of service to all classes, an" denounces selfishness and greed. In these limes, a strong re-slate ment of the Christian dosnel is a pal rlolio duly. J'lvo of tho Churches in Canada are co-operating to nitko re-statement as vigorous and as fer- vent ap, poealhie. Tho genius of the Inler-Church Forward Movement is tho genius of ever- lasting rest coinos by loving one's neighbor 03 one's-eolf, A CLEAR DEFINITION The FiiTRiy Forum asks what's tho matter with America these days. And it proceeds to answer Its question In Ibis manner: Ten rnrtny diamonds and not ojough alarm clocks. Too many .silk shlrln and not en- ough MHO flnnh'cl ones. Too many pointed-toed shoes aud iKjl enough ones. Too ;nany sorgo, suits and not enough overalls. 'Too uiiK-li tlcr-ollofe and not enough lud mUlsg. Your tneaJa lurnfcg foto potato ui'l you cat not rlj'it -.fKafl.tis; fciTioiu or Feel orntl, S3lta, nar.ty bavnii I'JIIa, 'Ilioy coat so worX while jou sif-iv. KirHtli lo Adrc'rL Too 'runny Union-! iiiifjjitjt enough cows, Too coufiiinic-rH not oil l IIOL enough Closely-Knit Stockings To keep boy its! Winter days, or' have warm stock.. Buster Browi .ngs are closely knit and snug-fitl -just the stockings to protect the health of your boy during the cold weather. And in these days of soar- ing prices you'll find them quite an economy. You know the special Buster Brown features. They require less mending, be- cause they're triple re-infprced at the heels and toes. Smoothly knitted from extra- long yarn. Shaped to fit. Fast dyes keep them from fading. Ask for Buster Brown; durable hosiery economical kind. BUSTER BROWN'S SISTER'S STOCKINGS are knitted from fine two- thread English mercerized lisle, in Black, Leather Shads ,Tan, Pink, Blue and While. Wctt_shaped, splendid- wear- ing- stockings, moderately priced., Tke.Ckipman Holton LimifiJ, Hamilton, Onl. ;