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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT vr. "1 h; l UK OAI1A UKIUU> Tl'KSDAY, JANTAIW 7, fary. Macy ;i man Uih- i lie was dei'v-i ;V i !nvii aided him. VW .mrstt> :o rhe ivcnli t'.i. >riy !cve v--? rhoulu ii-evirv Many People arc Kenthed By This Means and No Other Prays for "I have ;o ask Co.i M.UIUAYH. Mr, Hiafk Frankly Ar.noimcfd us; Aimed Not Only Against Priests All Vuiths as Well large number Aiives iho iky, iiJei i a: a f r i-h urchi Kisher, with the rarest ccnsrosiUons a? The was dif- uJ cliurih. lu to llev. Stephens snJ Fisher Crzzy. Denoofc. Hole in? jniJ N'ev-e. The chair wis tp.kou by ;.Ir. J. in tbr.t the lun in his churcJ. He t it hiving ami nsriy v.lih i t: heiicver in ivliile "AC ivs liioni in every wo c-iuno: 1) rwltz? '.ut uinierlyr.iE; principles Ch-iitiamiy. failed for lu-U by the >.r. Moody :ro.u iU1 n- oi" story n." how T'r. tlrrn- t'apt. u'lin iiLui beer, convened. Wim impark1 aw lid Grisly Sht- well Jin M a iv.ih jrd verv IHurh !ikt1 J by I all who her. ii-jti'.bli1 for kn-fifcli- aiid pKurxni Siio' ton j huves, ij mourn her :i h tub and j and (our small besides a iiJGiiier and ISUEUT, L-rvthiTs and circle of He-Til over the remains I1 of the Stirling ivero held on Suiuljy ;if teriioon outdoors al ill? ho UK- oi Mrs. A. The larjw tro'Ad and beautiful tfor-il (veiling :i uf lol- I'lnhirn-u wore the disease at ihe lime of whil Called by the I'uiirniLU: the much srm ificd. Jui s-iUi. ;s tnr with ihc before fell iiio.1 ii was goci that in mcc-iins; as tills v.-as able1 10 mix Tx-ith laymen, snd 10 show that cvanselist? TV ere not all but had the ?mlle of human Eaturc. Ji pays io aufl not to shirk from the smile thai and helps a felloe a humorous story or thu created uiucli merrinienl. ivtnt on lo touch feelingly Okie's tlmy to one's :eilowman, One csa- 1101 but feel the importance ot Iho me one ijraytiil wss the iirayer. Grenfcll .-tiyeJ, sad was won for (.lod. S Mr. nseuiiocc'il ;he OL Mr. and M.icK.iy. of Onuirio. .if believer.- in the. ny Ti'hica the inteiing gave, made appeal for n.1 Eiudy of the ft- of the UoUiivvist revolution Ciuirvh is u'.ade by Al- f i'.iquet in ib? t'lanXfurter ur.s of (.K-i. y. a coyy of vrlik'i jvJii I'OPii receive'! here. j "Long lielure Iho o'Jtbroik of i second ho SA.VS "slftiifi- voices were alrt.-J.ily in Moscow.! priiii-iyal FVSI of iho onhoflosy lor tlu1 separation of '.he Churt-h froiii the Ctaclet Staie. These volce.5 were dt tiat time ihai iuJividual ler.derrt confUtion of the old or- Friday 5 of and 'were usderuikius i to for the iitijvitaMe, Now line i separation of tbe Russian Oiureh and Uie Stile bus come to pass. Yet ua- j dt-r il-.e Soviet regime it is titore far- The -ervUi-j were :u e'urse oi icai-bins tliau the udhrrtms of a moreip Harkcr. Th? fur-' rlfriea) ion once jJiiag- iiisiicj l-y a mix-d ciuarteuej inoi. k ?jear.- "much isurc rcsemli-l 1.1? sarps lendt're.l werv. lance u> -tate o: wjsr Slate; iJmo V.'e'll "O My ratli-Urnl Church, whit-li is nevv to' and Wiicve is Thy Yii'-' even thoiigli i; r.iay be iory." A imei WAS veiy nicely ven- a wlirtii j d-re.l 1-y Mrs. Harder ami J. O. i been coiniiiK i-J a KrijRe. the Tlu-1 -The Om-i-l seekers were Elmer ami A. Mer-: lviJleh .lUer uf 8ay8 From just such simple Injuries, serious of hlood-poUoninc aometimes develop. Mrs, Helm of Tidnish River (R.R. No, 1) N ran a splinter into her hand, and as she could not get it all out the place became very sore and festered. Finally, all her efforts, blood-poisoning set in. Writing about it Mrs. Heltn svheu one day 1 Zam-Buk advertised, and decided to give it a week's fair trial. By tho end of that time my hand was so much better that I was able to extract the splinter. 1 continued using Zam- Buk. Gradually the poison was tril drown out, the pain was ended, the swelling disappeared, and finally the e pain 1 suffered at sore pJace was entirely healed.51 The above case is typical-of scores: handy in your home, and by appJj-Ing it immediately au injury is "ustained, prevent any possibility of festering or blood-poisoning. You will find equally good, too, for al! skin troubles, eczema, boils, pimples, ulcers, abscesses, running: sores, legs, and burns. 3fof All dealers 1 ICI FREE atU-ettiscment and Ic. por-tagc) Zam-Buk Co., Dupont St., Totonto, ami receive irec trial box. A al.-o Mv. He was D lie tiie "wmnins; to God of U1 him. He tow." mcc-iins; sne-cches '.vere by and a fine se spirit was um V.iymcQ and their iavited fXijier.v? t'i rjsirii- and lite tvyouit the Tlie ojieniiiz priycr r.ffrrtMl oy .1. T. Heiirntiacr tin.- in on J. Y he iul I Ij e art e ro yo ung frit ml? of ihe ilet-eased. Oseur uiA Adnui Cabman. A. VV. Circtiii. CliiT. TEif coivioji ratliy ot the em uoiuBsuHity fonf'ul i out la tho yoiiHi; ivife ihe ally tauci-riioi.! ittU'li E'AIO of the Couiifi! u watchful u'lUJitirj ualwr-l futureJ all Orgiiu of to lioar liiis blow to .y of ilio Koviei Htl portion of inisht. ivhicb liitliorio poriotl (ILnhisures too ihimy in af- tij it ii finnnceil by Kndisii i Hard Time For Priests "It is no ivonilyr iliat innTiy clergy- BACK IN PARIS PARIS, Jan. dsnt Wilson, accompanieri by Mrs. Wilson and Miss Margarst Wilson, arrived htrc at 10-tO1 o'clock this morning from Ilioir visit to Italy. Lethbridge Iron Works Ltd. FOR Castings and Machine Work REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MAKERS'OF ROLL AND PLATE GRINDERS, LAND PACKERS AND DEER WELL PUMPS by means of ilie i-olloc- wasi a fine yoims man. kiml hear ,-d nveeil tlie forcp? trf tiuvlets andjlion3 of Uu, tievlv -brol as hu fataer in tvery mpect. tharcll. A[ im cihoaJs" In rcquisitir feiielton aiid! family w sluccK-ly' Art.MnianJriie. vltti lnK Iho du-clHngs and in confiscate tiiorc iiistruincnto! in undermining Ihe crumbling ivalts of the oM R us sum authority Hie semllheo- fare. i in "lu fact, however, of vtrong interior csterlor pn-s logical enlightening IreattFCs ot Leo wiiieh is bcEns tbc stern m Tolstoy. The struggle of the great of the numkli'h hierarchy which hhii- author npatnst ihe t'hiirch seem? to Have uncommonly has tent: il the cess ol overthrow. The mass of ingmoa fiinnor.-, who until (lie out- break of the revolution constituted (he niajovUy of those came under crto controlled the Church asserts it- self and troni time to time willi desjieratc effort for it3 ancient power. Yet, democratic thought irre- sistibly lakus possessiun of the heri- tage oi the past, in a future Uusri.i. the siupcfying inRuence of the will have recovered from the cated lower clergy, at atnnils i bloody crisis of today, the Church will furthest from the per-lsurely ri3 n itolymorphcan Imps wiili ihe instlnctlvo feeling lhat (organization of rellgiptis life, whlcli Ihe great demising process fn vhiirili I has become in soul as nmiters lias by no means been eoni-Kvell as in hoilv Signs of Reform 'The inner, reforms of tlie Church coming lo jiass in n lenijieratc manner which calls to jnim! western LUDENOORFF IN SWEDEN C'OPKNrUaE.V. Jan. iv- cent uewsr-ancr reiiorts of Ihe an'L- Mr. and Mrs, Ceo, Bailey, Mr i L, Harkrr. Mae anii Agnes- i K. S. Phillips. (Jreeu. nonoccn-[ which they attract from the ojijircss-l lUc abolition of CKtreiuelv Jong pieJ part of (he Government parlici-jed bourgeoisie ot today, Perhaiis jait Curing the toward iniroduction of conKrcgaMoiml sing- lug, toward an active cc-operatloci of church forms. They sre directed to-jvsiL in Sweilen of Gen. LudendorEf, THE RO'ML BANK OF MM Incorpiratsd 1S69 Head Office -.-.......Montreal Capital AuthoriztD........................ S25.000.COO Capi'Uf Paid Un Re arvc Funds............................. President, Sir Herbert S. Holt. Vice-PresideBl and Managing Director, E. b. Pease. General Manager. C. E. of ('entrel Western Branches, Jiobert Catupbeli. Special care given to Savings Accounts, Savings Bank Department at all Branches. A general Banking Business Transacted. LETH6RIDGE BRANCH.......- A, PARKER, Manager MAGRATH BRANCH............j. K. Atkinson, Manager CARDSTON R. McKAY, Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ami in an Kpnri'mal which I bei'Ausc of this. Things are liy "Held by the anil month becciRiing more tike the contli- j v.-hich assembled at MoliUcv on Stions in France at a certain period i r i-. (hey be-ing obliged to j revolution. Indeed, there for a while reprisals in the tveat Ui thoir return-1 churches were as and ing to i granaries at ihnt ojiocii. and at "As well knowu, ihe oiiice o' tht: Dame in Paris Oodile.-s Pi-ocurator'of the Holy Synod was' crovrned. abolished by the Government of; Faith in Church Revival Councils. Clvrical affairs, :va ivdl ''it inav r-ism paradoxical, in view tho sdiool anil cultural adminlstra-joi tho of suffering which is at sa. are now unlcr the jurisdiction prcseni tbo Russian peojile, to of the Commissioner oi the- declare from Eh? .standroini of an un- At open dirc-issions 'affected hystanilor, io to spec's that Imereai in tiie possibilities of Uri- which were liehi'durius ins last few: this (imc of ten. loo, will pass over, gatiim in Alberta natcr upon the topic ".Socialism and! anrt the life in Rastla will to great a; at present. and irliEcU too'x place! only leail lo a new. richer develop. men and people in general Moscow before hugs ment Hut vho, without such on op- jual beginning to realize what declared franklv that ihe timistic licUpf. could inrti-fd boar th" irrigatioii ot 5yO.OOO acres o: 'and in j conflict of Ihr- new spirit in Kuspla I far greater storms of the iircscat war- Uie Letlibridge district would r.icac lolvra; :n no way concerned only vrilh itinie? For the best men of Hns- the city, while the need ot umltrtak-1 the iirlusta within the Church. whoSsia have fought for itiy liheration oil In5 large irorks daring thj; rccinstmc-j had long ago of Hisir own actiunjthfl church from the bait of Czarisiu (ion period is supplying tiic iKcsSEary jhionght (htruetjlvcs into ilhcredii, but.] and from the of ITS benumbed to fret something [in fact, it was intended for Ihe trun fonnalistif: Hyzanllne On President Marnoch of [believers as in t-u> pro-j Vladimir Scilowjev, ivhojie influence in ihe boarO of ir.ide wired Hun. Arthur isem (imes nut thu shield of humility Kiissli is constantly growing; ntlcmut- Mclghen. minister of ihu interior, [is j was nectary. Imi, the awonl. Thejftd ia his pliilosopliic'lheologica] writ- Iprusent Goyprnmrnt wan caliiiig to go back to the rich, antieni Hon. Arthur Mcigheu. revolt, tjhrjst iitniself. he Raid, was Christian traditions of the Eastern of the Inteiiaf. 'now on the side of Itolshevisrn- The j Church, an.l in this element to intro- (freeing o[ ;he poor, which onto had (luce tradition, ivjijfh hail (H in enslaved j disappeared in ihn to tiie reprc- was beronw a reality. Neither Isenlalivo circles of the world of Christian humilUy nor Tolstoy's tloc-filiought of Europe. ThronKli trine of could be inilnunec- old problem of tlio lot of R (iovcrnment whirh had under- j re-unilitijr of thi; louk a, new taken to carry out ti-.Is revolutionary lloth of Ihe. farmor tby fornK-r virtual head oi the Ger- man military bystein, art! confirmed by T. A. V. Scholte, the Swedish home minister. It is tatil that Gen. living on a farm at southern -Sv.-edenh with Ottawa. Your ik'jiartiuer.t 1ms nr.Jer iiy irrigation branc-lijau office northern project ascertain- ini: whothtr could he .fanner lor service gnnter niitut-'C-r of farmers, and ihis is proceeding ery owing shortage staii, SR EOWJNO C.V.O.. LLD_ D.C.L. K V. F. JONE1 An'lCml JOHN pV.C. BROWN. Sup't of Centrtl Wettrm Bfircnrt .CAPITAL PAID Up, {RESERVE FUND, words (ontam (he open jclaration of of the Sr.vtet Govern- j inent :iil forms and Uons of ihf; Russian Church Samaiin ami Kailascliov, both oil woro iiroinraent nmlcr the ky tlovernmrnt, but who, of course, after a ttnn -sotm left their arc the leading rtprc.vBii- SAFETY FOR SAVINGS Few people are sufficiently alive to the rseed of carefully selecting a deposK tory for their savings. This Bank pro- vides a safe place fof you. Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Brymner, Managcc Warner Branch j. H. S. Gordon, Manager! Milk River Branch......J. V. Sicele, Manager] FARMERS' BUSINESS the past 54 years, this Bank has given particular attention to the business ef-Farmers, have helped many over the rough places, and have aided many move to the highest plane of success, are prepared to extend you every aid within legitimate banking practice. Come in at any tims and talk over your affairs with us. You are always welcome, wiiilft demand for [he information be- conn-; Dominion govern-! nifnt ami railways ar.'l farnicrs rue i frpdnriing very Urge sijms relieving Iiay ar.d situation in away tatlvea of a moikrn liberating niovc- wan and AHisrta bcjldft whitli slight i ot lhc of ihcimtnt in tho Russian clergy. The extra cuat pushing this work will inhabiUnls, [expensive namphlets issued during ilic exceedingly small, yel (Hrm vrort. ar, toy oot only to saving such emcrsc-ncie.-; of the moTiii'lerial inhabitants etliwl of procerlurc or su'iiioioiia mr-r, ;ilT ili'a wfls only tht; IIR- Improving Central fhi- v.-ill instruct quick There xkwtlil he I treatment. j tJittivs Accomni? to aii cnr.clmenl of tlii! Kurjkj-, n by (he Xovoselr tleligiouR-I'hilo- sophic Library proved of importnnctf in tho stinnilatJnn of the general tit clerical .Centralized Church System Still "fit of this your, thu Moscow itsrlf with --or Motoring or Riding It would be hard to find a better place For these than the Pacific Coast Vancouver Victoria New Westminster A mild climate and a million sights await J9U all churchPri nml bridU-s Inso Iwo Kreat fiuestlwiFi. botli which art' Jii'Jinal riirhla. Only to indivi- k-r with dual of the congregation-; is v.ith gtncra] nolHuv.l The Ihe busings. ItlOTl, 10 i clerical '.vhifh. in turn. UiMwas lrt regard '.o ilio crilk-mriHt ot congregation in j iiiliirc rehilionn tbe Morcnv.1 1'; th-.-rn Kratnitoiisly. (o tho heads of orthodox' wjiich arc noL ex- j dnirchtis of the former autonomous, i Tlie jjinssslv iiiu-iHlfd (or Divine [The disposition of thu relations (n' bocorno The boofcrt of j the Ukrainian Clmrcb, wlilch Attends T churtJT-, niv- to hantlo-1 lo to Us affairs fnrV T of Ihe o' tlif-fonUy, who-ie bishops, uevrjrtl coiiinnmlty. The- holrling of any klnrljinc! ordained by the Moscow OTTAWA, Jan ter of religion ?ntl Uiy i 1TIC of and arch, Mid whoso councils sanction- ed by the Moscow I'.ilri.ircli, njlyiit liavc p.erverl a.s ejsainiJJe for the Head Office OF I-ElHnRfDGE MONARCH BRANCH, iVOBLEFOKO ilt CANADA K. J. DINNING, Xfifiagcr. V. A. EBEHLV, Aclini! Manner. M, A, KILPATHICK, Aciiajj W or Ions otlucon aii'l liain, tons of Ijnl. i f.I nutter, from Ihe i'.il of railh, (o.f.. i.v.i of ].re- stiucliw. nicst. W.Mt ton, ot frozen i um thu f.sinlnaries, !s meat. In aiMlliou lo the Ijc of i .ryjital siibero. A common vlsibju bead as Jnacriptlonti In mc-m-1 remained for sll in the Moscow Patri- rs of the- dynasty s, art to Vjt: removed j "In tlie Russian Churcl ohcs, AU rt-llgioiis programs have become In aiMlliou lo the ila Hjniinlssitm. shoots, wltii Ihe csceii- as. capable of beinR carrlcJ out as tho f.sinlnaries, !s dreams oi the jmliUcal Pan Slavism All salaries for ro-j which bad been Eatol with I lie myu- to iie caacilleil. I tici-m uf Hm oMIiuiIux The i ministry, Tlir, Suiiilny Fimwls are iinilur Hit Jiir-l worils of I'opjedonoszav rclatini; lo tuns of inkilr: oi tcnsi Krlicilnn of Coii.nuinul Council or the braily of thi: motlieily ItussUn chcc-ii', 3VSS toivi cf ihu of VMncatloii. Clinrcli nnil In in ilcon anclmMKe nni- of mffk. Ions uf e wl total of VAfnt tons. 111 I j, tfiiK! Ihr Ctuircfi ff thf; may s'jnner prove thcni- A Mild-Winter Vacation IN THE GREATEST RESORT nECIONI ;