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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Kinirr HKKALD. TUESDAY, JANUARY t's Magazintf-a with puizled half remembrance." Wit G Splritusiism, Re-incarnation, or Minci? BURIED TREASURE kr F- AUSTIN toft lla-ififi- ANARCHY IS THE MISSHAPEN CHILD OF INJUSTICE; SAY, IF YOU WILL, IT IS THE OFFSPRING OF iVHAT IS IGNORANCE BUT THE WORST FORM OF INJUSTICE. Force should never be necessary to compel a recognition of popular Oura ii a free republic in which popular i o; cetermiaei cbaogH in Uxvs, conititmiou and public officials. Without the sympathy and cooperation of the average (ulzen no raus- can move 10 success. The way necessary reformi can b< seemed in tVu country'ii through crdtiJy ac'Jon and in appeal to the justice, patriotism and common of the masj of ihc people." j is, MqaiMfv Dtttir.br, WILLIAM RANDOLPH battled magic oFYsrgivuz Khin jtoweJ red-hot it Ife grup. He xrcanuJ sad strove lo Ring it away, tmt il tlnck." JM THE CYPRESS SWAMP lj ROBERT W. CHAMKIftS Is Trinity Church a Squatter? Trinity is the richest Protestant Church in the world. But do its immensely valu- able real estate holdings really belong to Trinity or to flie people of New York? Ever since 1709 tin's has been !he sub- ject of a bitter debate. In all fairneis to the Church itself, as well as to citizens should not this" important question be clearly settled for all time? Set page 20, Hearst's for December "If the Civi! Wir death rate hid obtained in the reeentwif, we would hive lost American soldier! from typhoid, dysentery, inihrii and imallpox, jnitcadef SCIENCE OF THE MONTH By HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS, M.D., LL.D. Kij< Ditrmiir Workers Earn Bonuses In Chicago is a vast enterprise em-- ploying some men and women. S25-3-week-workers in this concern may invest a week and al the end of 20 1 cars' service draw out "It is the most remarkable profit-sharing plan" ssy (he workers themselves, "ever de- vised by any employer of labor." Every employer and every employee should know thia plan and the remarkable man who originated it. Reid A. Man with in Hearst's for December' KnSmSei ia rope-bound trunk and dropped into the ih'rough t in the 7-inrli kt, I hi trwl Jriflit eaaj fnxi read whai Hoiidini did in and other perilous iilualionSi......... HEAXLT tmno FOR A ty HARRY HOIIDINI TI'II 40, Hiaa'lfir Dmmtlr Hearst's Magazine for 1920 HALL CAINS EVER since the end of the war released Sir Hall Caine from his country's service, he been, working long and hard oma new novel, "The Master of Man." As in the case of "The Woman Thou Gayest Me" he has selected Hearst's as the medium for its publication in America. This epoch-niaking novel is the story of what goes on inside a man as the world of women unfolds to him, "The Master'of Man" begins in Hearst's for February. VICENTE BLASCO NOT since Cervantes wrote Don Quixote has any Spanish writer attained the world-wide eminence of Vicente Blasco Ibanez, author of "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse." Argentine cowboy, sailor, soldier of fortune, revolutionist, political prisoner, founder of a city. Commander of the Legion of Honor, Ibanez as a novelist has been compared to Zola and even to Victor Hugo. His great nest novel, "Enemies of Women" begins in Hearst's for April. fiSow Armies dot Big to Fight the Nations redly disarm? is the most vital question in the world today. Dismayed by slaughter md financial ruin, people everywhere are crying for universal disarmament and I permanent peace. No League of lions, many think, can bring this about! Guglielmo Ferrero, Italy's foremost his- torian, discusses the more important aspect! of this tremendous problem in Hearsts's for December. See tale 29. REX BEACH for appear REX BEACH is writing a few more shortustories and, naturally, lie is writing them Hearst's. They will-be of Beach at his best! The first will apt 'early in the spring. To mention the short story writers in Hearst's for 1920, is to list the notable writers of the world: F. Britten Austin, Donn Byrne, R, ,W. Chesterton, Richard Washbttrn Child, Larrb Cosiyo Hamilton, W.'W, Jacobs, Maurice E. Phillips Opfienheim, Roland Post, Arthur Somers Roche, W. B, Triles, are a few of them. Only writers recognized as the very best are allowed in Hearst's WALT K. CHESTERTON IF Walt Mason didn't live in Kansas, G. K. Chesterton would 'be absolutely unique. And, if Sir Gilbert didn't dwell in the same would be true of Walt Mason. As it is, these two kindly philosophers are far more alike than you -would think possible for two people so totally different. And both of them write regularly for Hearst's Magazine. Rudyard Bernard of these, and many others, will make at least one contribution to the success of Hearst's in 1920. A. CONAN DOYLE SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE is today the greatest authority in the world on the Life- after-Death. Not in a mysterious philosophical way, nor a flippant popular way; but in the serious matter-of-fact common sense way you approach your own greatest problems.. Whether you scoff at Spiritualism or preach it, you will want to hear what Cohan Doyle has to say about it. The first of his series of "True Ghost Stories" appears in Hearst's for January, C. B." BERT LESTON TAYLOR, Kenneth C. Beaton, and Walt Mason together have more daily, readers than any other three men you could mention. Every day, gigantic news- paper syndicates scatter their light clean cheerfulness .among month their best work appears in Hearst's Magazine. Bruno Lessing is another with unmeasured popularity among newspaper readers, and he too has in Hearst's each month the very pick of his stories, It train't often lhat'anyone succeeded in dtccivingTheodort Rwscyelt or grning into the'White House on false But one man did, and he tells how he did it in ROOSEVELT AND THE RAT-KILLER WILLIAM ATHERTON DuPUY ftr Dtttmbtr The Little Things That Count Why dp so many Marriages turn out unhappily? Maybe because happiness is too often taken for granted. Someday the science of Happiness will be taught in every school and college. In- the meantime you may learn how to avoid little things that brought Andrew Morrow and his wife Jpari to Ihe point of yet were cleared up in 10 minutes of frank discussion. Read "The ITittleThingsThat a story of married life, by Roland Pert wee. In Hearst's far December IF you are satisfied with any ordinary magazine, don't bother your newsdealer to reserve a.copy of Hearst's.' Those alertly intelligent people who demand a magazine far beyond the average will quickly exhaust the entire supply. But, if you, too, want the works of the world's great writers: the thoughts of the world's'great don't fail to make sure each today the. new December your regular copy of A Magazine with a "1 hold ihjt the movement of )-oung men (o tit large cities in Big Opportunities it bund wrong for Opponuniiiei arc you can't thiow i Wck without hitting few oftfcem." WHV I DON'T GO TO NEW YORK V WALT MASOW 33t lllarn't fsr Wholesale Distributors: KENNY-ALLIN CO., Limited ;