Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOUR alberta'- ___ DAI LV AN D W E E.KLY Subscription Rules; sj- t'- .j -''_ DAI LV AN D delivered, per weak delivered; per your Cecily Us year lo U.S..52.00 TELEPHONES flufilness 'Editorial Office 'W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director lluslnes 1262 ot oxpirv ot subscriptions np- Pfar d. 's on address label. Accept- enco or papers after Mplrallon dJto l! ciiir authority to conilnus iha subscrlp- Qrtico mrt'6. liow about a supply'from I flOjlj one pi liici jjrgei-iiiliioV? Has (ho cl'.yf fl'cur'c'd on'lho cost 61 lucl for Iho' power''jil.snt from such a smncol1 Could supplied Ihnn tlio prc'soiii supply of Inferior coal from UIB city mliio Is costing? Could It bo for lots llian tho Interest on the proposed outlay for Iho Graco Dlno? p llavliiB arrived this far. Ilio question should consider using tha Gr.ica mine, l( purchased, lo supply more Uinn (ho coal necessary tor Iho power house. Should tho city commercially) the mine lo lho extent of increasing lue output licyoud strictly power house needs, and enter lho competitive coal with lho product'! Is it nlso rlror tho 16 eiieafe In n comiuer lal business In competition lo 'prl valo enterprise? II It la wise. Is lho oiiorailon of s coal mini' tlio best method? Why not consider (lie crcc- tlo'n ot a flour mill T Why not operate Vour King and Country nttd right Toronlo, fiitnl com- ntlteo of Ibo Jluthodlsl, x and CouKn-EBlloini) churcIieH loilay concluded Iwo days' .session hold here tor Iho impose ol Ihc relalloiii-blu'ot local churches to Ihc iiiirent bodies ouO [urlher eradoll hi' rajm-d to eonsrcBUllonal work, twenty-clilu wcro present. Tho decisions arrived at wero unanimous.. Thq commltlco thought It lest to every conerosalion an oppor Innily of maintaining tho orgalliza- lions or the local churches according lo the Bssso of tlie denomination with which II Is united, or lo glvo lliein lho gii lho other hfthi, ot ndopllig tlie lilan of organization Tor a local churcli, us set foith In tho or uulgn." According lo llila -loilcr plan, the THE PROGRESS OF THE AVAR The recent detection o! Greece, which threatens to'Jolii Ibe Teutons, 13 tlie outs'iudlng'fcatura ot the war hews these days; although the Ger- njan' peace pronosals still nnd a place in tho discussions. Coiic'crnlng Ilio lorn-oj Hie Greeks .of the Hoyallbt a seneral storo? Why nol farm on cxleuslve scale? There lias been big money ,uad, in this .-'ccolosulbd. year. Why not acnulre o .Mi niembers ot the lulno? There Is bigger profit In would have per rnlnlns than '.n coal mining. Once'ctiual rights 111 providing Ihe olliclals I In Iho realm of commercial proposl-jof the now congregations and ot ferv- Uons, .hero ore many Ib.u.s I. con- considered siller such 03 markets, labor con diiious, etc., ivhtch should properly ho considered hcforo deciding to enter Ihc coal pining venture. Another qu'rellon otteu asked IE, particularly Iho relntlon of local union churches 16 (he pjrejil bodies. wa's ma'ilo for the. afliUn- llon of sucli cbL-fcbes'td any one of Iho nesothtllug churches. Real Church Union the citizens nro assured that j JL WRS ngrccQ correlations party seem to to of lho opinion Ihit are Uy ncres of coal land stilljwhich, aflcr I'piiJorence.wlih tho su- (ho mass of the Greek people have had uiiworked iu Ihe properly. Have uuy jtliorilics of Ilielr rcspeclivQ churches, rnouqh of Ihc allied blockade and are, lesi holes been sunk to decide g" the u rcad> to uiako'war against Ihe allied' is It assured Llm'the qualily of the present a "petlllon, i now on Greek Boll. They are w'm not deteriorate RS the work- toping thai Ihe victorious German [ngs lro driven further back irons the 'armies in Rumania will .turn and us appears to have been the ttreak through Iho'Ralpnlki array, drlv- ca5Q in ihc present clly Ing It Inlo Iho sea. The situation is with, grave significance, hut Theii thero Is Iha moral .aspect of Jgnci] by lho communicate .members in good stfliidlnjj, church.courts ot tho dtslrlcl (Presbylery, district meeting or association) .ivhich bodies shall, If ihcy approve tho, prayer Of the representatives himuiel, be's'liilting mo below Iho SJRIIME 'mosiImuoilanl log ffln'llo'n coming session wll bo aiiiiiWHSi-'to' nrbvldo u scheme ot sol. dlerj. Tho iju'cELIpu Is now en: Ihq'uliimtloH'df-SIr Thomas lloii. Jtelshcn and lion. the ilulalls of.lho.pro- posal havo nut ycl. been dciinlloly ilbclilcd upon'tho Ulll consist of Ihrou Vroail-in-lncH'lcs; Htrs.1 the nc'ijnlsllto'n by the government ot llcleiH land adequately lake earn ol' nil. ..Canadian .returned soldiers; through which nonor will lip provided lo ciiuln Hie and for tho soldleri unV to iimvldo .'or other, psiieiiaqa Incldcnlal. to their loiii'g ulaccil ihercon: iind'lhrco, for aiipolutlilQlit jnilciiouilelit nulloiial commission to administer tlio. ivholo I It la quite iicBsltilo thai Iho -pro- visions ot tho scheme will addlllon.lo Canadian' soldiers lo nil cltliqns ;of (ho Ilrlllsh Empire Imvd' nar( In tho war. Tlio BoveVnmojil cancels lhal lho IUC-JL- siro )vlll. he on n'.Biilflclcnlty com- I'irclienslyC; scheme Jiot only lo he u nwnrd for tlio men who !IRVO rlshCil Ihclr llvca In (totonco of Iholr country tn hut also lo pro- vide'a parllal solution ai lensl ol 0116' ot Ihe greatest ccbnoiile prnli- namely '.production, islilch Caii- be" :confronled wllh at llio conclusion of hostilities. 882 ST. VApiii.BT "In 1912, I dropped in Hi? plrcci.Vl Kiis.ireatcJ. several iihytlrlim foV two years, lionnils lo ICO pnunds, Then ievcral of my friemlsii'iYiseJ me lo "frull' Uftlh Ilie 'fail ifclt, and liy using ilicm, 1 recovered froni lho distressing Slomjcli 'illrptlB Conslipatjoii ncreeurcd. ;Nojr I ireigli 203 pounds. I cannpl priibb "f r'ult n-livcs" euoujh'j, U.-'-ffUlTMAS. KJo. t Iwx, C for trial nlw, 24c. Mailed, Grain Broker's --i Directory It It Is so imperative nowilo holil n joint, meeilnglio that said w, ?t knowu lo the com. that Ita supplies hoth of tood stonb a yfi, a.0 when the mine iaia down" for a local church In Wm, Hca has .been elected chair- mau of ,the> Edmonton Board of Edu- cation. r.ridrinunliion3 would not last long, "iThd'tbc Venl.zelists would not Join the ttoialisl wiiig. -The allies' have over BOO.OOO well Irainnd troops In Greece, should'be able to meet any at- laclfrby either the Greeks or n Teuton crmy from the north. relieve ibe pressure on Hie Tlu- U1nlan front 'lie Russiaus have start. on' the open market? 'Why was! Lha of uniou.'l iio'lhing Bald of the nailer the city Tills provides unlllug all Uie mine, Ihc way vionomy, so far'ns interests A little further on this point Is necessary. Mayor Hurdle hinted Ilia other day ilml the Herald urns opposed lo the of Ihc church nro concerned. cd an onensive movement nsainst Decide Under Ibis al jorily- vote, the may Church .members by ol i of the Germans 'In the' ..extreme iiorllr. at- tacrini; uear th'e Cult .of HigH wilh I'he taiae Lime'that we supported the street railway and the gas franchise. churches It fwlll be nffill- :'some success. If the plan were.al wii'li success ..the Blackening Tenlon offensive'. Id .Rumania would I prol ablv have to'give .way, allhough Rerman-pla'n now seems to drive armies com- plelely out of Rumania. ated. Any niinisler. In good standing in QUFSTIONS FOR THE MAYOR TO Ij Hardlo. .has Decided to "call J two public .Tneelings .this week "to 'dis- LUbs the prq- ,'lo the pur- Xeilher.aro ,'C for it: But we want a lot more in-j onoalloTi, 'Just as individual ratepay- era wDnt.iL '.Had we had more Infor- mallop about Ihe street railway and the gas proposals we arc tree to ad- far Iho purpose 'and such 'minister Eliall nut thereby forfeit his standing i his own church-' H was cec'ominend' thai reprerublem. -Tho nowapaper nvera lliat'the mcihcd already Is bolng tried In the jchools.