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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta m PA UK I'OlJi^ 4 THE LErHgiiiUGK iJAlJblJifciK/Uii)^ SATURDAY, JANOAiv. w^i. ' Propi-letora ant; finj^^sncrs ; THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD j,PniNTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED Mo eth Street boutli, Lctf-.3rldgc, Albert* W. A. BUCHANAN President niul AUiniismB Director John tohhanck BuslnosB Manngei- f Uembcr Audit OurejcU of Circulations $ub�cMptlon , Rdles: fatly, dtfllvcrcd, piT wpcU..........J -"^ Dally, by mall, por year............ 8.00 Dally, by maU fdr (i months.'....... 4 Dally by mailj 2 pjontlia........... 2.60 Weekly, by mall, por year.......... Weekly, b/ r.iaii, por year So U.S... 2.00 THE VICTORY OF TRUTH THE QUESTION OF ARMAMENTS  Apart from the stjitPsinen ot the various countries, tlio subjpct of armament has l)0('ome om> among the peoples of these countries. The sen-er'al sentiment following the war is that the campaign of rivalry in arni-iMnent among nations "sho\ild coase. This was the sentiment shown by the farmers at Kdmontoti. and, no .doubt, It is shared by a very largo number of individuals. The sentiment or disarmament is an Ideal one, but like others of a similar kind it will be a very dimciilt a long evolution in the trend of International relations before anything of a millennium, with tlie swords of all nations turned into .pruning hooks takes pUu';3. It has so far been ac-'cepted as a faith in diplomatic circlbs .that the showing of tho strong baud . What 1$ truth.? The question put by Pilate to the Man who was suffering for and was on trial for the truth was not answered. It may be that to Him the question was a mockery in the agony of the human in the divine which formed His nature. It may be that the exemplification of tiiith in His life and in His teachings was considered by Him to be a sufficient reply to the question of the Roman Governor. Perhaps this was the true reply which the Man of Sorrows, who was to drink of the cijp of suffering on the .hill without the city, intended to render. With His examj)te to mankind; with the courage that was needed to proclaim the truth; with the suffering that had to be endured to stand by the truth; there was given to the world without any attempt to define it the meaning of truth. As the man Christ suffered for the truth so have men suffered through the ages. Galileo went through tortiu-es for proclaiming the truth of the Copernican system in astronomy, as accepted today, in opposition to the Plole-rnaic system, that the earth is a fixed planet round which the sun and the solar system revolve. Harvey, the discoverer of the truth of the circulation of the blood, which in its contributio;! to medical science has proved the greatest boon to himianity, suffered for the truth as it is now universally acknowledged. He met with persecution and with ostracism by the profession to which he belonged, juaiter to mai;o it a practical one so He was Teduccd to penury through the upholding of his .long as nations are constituted as theory. . But the truth couquercd hi the end, as all truths they are at present. It will require | invariable habit of doiug. Truth has its unfailing victory. This is inevitable, in the spirit which is behind truth. To stick to the ti'uth demands those qualities which have never failed to ensure victory. It needs courage; it needs steadfastness; It needs a true estimation of duty; it needs an unwavering resolve, counts in the settling of international ^hcse are gi'cat and grand qualities, and in his an^ her y seek" respect for the tmth they distinguish the individual. T-o NewiMagistrate System Proving Satisfactory Works Out Better, Attorney-General's Deparlment Claims" Than Old System up to tho mark was promptly thrown out. Thomas Acheson, agricultural agent of tho C. P. R, dxpressed Sur-pflao that any body of farmora Bhould, i)rote8t against free frolghf. It wafe tlie first tln^o he had over heard of such action. , A resolution oskltig for tho cstab* Uflhment 'M a co-oporatlve tannery wUhln proylncQ \s'c^ pa^jficd, whUoJ one alklnfe for the eptSliUBJiniBntofi^a co-operatlvb .machinery factory was turned down. The tjonveittlon pro* tested the action ot tho board ot rail* way pommlsBloners Itt. settHng, from their vantage point In the east, Iho rallwly freight ratoB ){or thov yratt without vlaltthg the west. OF differences where one country bcuk:-:---x-----r- ---- ----- ^ to gain an advanta-.-i over tb^ other, j be truthful compriscs in itself the wliole codc of morals. A truthful-man or woman is honest, sincere, courageous, and dutiful. It cannot be otherwise, in what truth conveys. It is easy to be untruthful. It is difficult to be ti-uth-ful, and by being so face theodds which the proclamation of truth often brings up. The coward has no estimation of the truth, in that to shrink from the truth is to him. the easy way to escape punishment, the way, too often, to become popular with those whose popularity comits with him.. * Whatever has to be faced and endured in telling and ^'!peclill to Tho Her.aUi/ lODMONTON, Jan. t-'U.-J. W. Gres' ham, for several years a justice of the peace at Hlairmoro, has been ap pointed by the^uttorney-goneral's de-partthent a .travelling magistrate In the Crow's Nest, with hGa'',iiuarters at PIncher Creek. He will have Jurisdiction in the territory west of that point and will hold court as occasion requires In the various towns along the line. n  The appolntntent gives a force ofj four itluofant-;.'magistrates in the southern part (of the province, the others bchig Allocated at Maclood, Medicine Hat, and Bassano. It was particularly ftir'^he south country that the systenff was'lnaiigurated, in order to cope with tho considerable number of infractiOtis oocurriug In the Crow's Neat and thereabouts. Three other magistrates with roving commissions are at wofk In .other parts p�^ tho province. �  It Is stated at the attorney-general's offices that tho travelling magistracy is worhlng'out very satisfactory. Thy Uifliculty previously encounterad In regard to the hearing 'of cases before local ^islices. who were somu-times loiith to penalize their neighbors, has been largely overcome, and considerable improvenu'iit is said to have been made in respect especial-f>- to liquor law cntoreement under the new system. "WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE." SUNtS AT AGED COUPLE'S V/EDDING It: has been a policy in its application held as sacred as the principle conveyed in tho "rod in pickle." This cannot be expected to undergo a change in a single night. Much has been hoped for in the establi^nlent of a League of Nations. The Ideal behind it Is praiseworthyj and the motives behind it are such all right-minded men will acclaim. But even a League of Nations cannot be expected to work miracles so long as human naturo Is what it is, for international suspicions and jealousies are hard matters to kill. Men may be united in the sentiment of nations abandoning the wild and costly race ot armament, but there is not a very great deal of hope that anything of a happy consumroa tlon as to this will bo reached In it given spell of time. Those who have followed the deliberations of the League of Xations at Geneva on the limitation of armaments cannot derive much of hope in this being adopted as a general policy the world over. There was no decision come to by the Assembly as to the question of armaments. .Ml it did was to recommend the Council to sul)nilt to the Governments a proposal that tho total military naval and air expenditure for the next financial year shall not be exceeded in the Hud.?ut3 for the flret two financial years next following and that the Governments shall give an undertaking subject to certain reservations to this cll'ect. The question that comts uppermost In the recommendations of such an assembly as that of the League of Nations is that it is con.stiluted of nations groat and small. To :i(inio the qiiestion of armamenta will bi' a totally indifferent matter, while to ilio larger and more powerful nations it will convey a far vaster meaning. I'nder-lylng the policy of armament there is the anxiety for security among tho nations. It does not follow that an armament policy is distinctly n polity for aggression. There is alHo proclaiming the truth has this sustaining encouragement, (c:on'tinued tron>^ j;-i;oiit_p in the light of history and in the light of individual ex- the province for a numboT o _____i.1_____ 'L __________Sc.^ ir, fV.oifor the purpose of oimaK KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 22.- Word v/as received here last night of the marriage several days ago In an outlying section of Knox county of Rev. J. C. Hayes, aged 71 and Mi's. Fannie Fox, aged 74. "When You and I Were Young, Maggie," was sung by a quartette at the wedding. ot years perienceT that there is the recompense that truth in the; �-�^I::^,,^"' end must and will prevail. In the public life of a nation, � � " - in the social life of the community, in the business relations between individuals, in the domestic life, the valuation placed on truth brings the greatest beneficial result, j u;u'\'l;;rir' un',^ The^'Tald The world, in the proper estimation of truth by the indi-1 if made, workable wouui bo of viduals who go to make up that world, will rid itself of ^ ^^^""'^'^^ '^'^"^"^ *� sham, fraud, and hypocrisy. Sincerity and mutual confidence will aboimd. Om- neighbor, with our duty to our neighbor, will have a real meaning. Who shall say that the world thereby will not be a far more fitting and happier place to abide in? Fixtures, Furniture, Crockery, Glass Ware, Knives and Forks, etc of the ALBERTA GRILL AT MY AUCTION ROOMS THE SHERLOCKBLtifelC, NEXT tO W. M. HARRIS AGENCY, 7TH Stl SOUTH On Mo tegral part of it, there can be nothing acoompllshed which the ideal of a League of Nations hopes to achieve. Watch the transit of Mars. Communist members of the Herlin city council strongly objeci to Dr. Boess as Lord Mayor. They, evidently, consider there Is too much of the boss In his name. The aeroplane has added a now terror to life when as, in the case ot Miss lieatrice Hebart. of Toronto, it is used by a woman to pursue au'l press her attentions on an unwilling sweetheart. But passion will rise. Do You Know? Harry Bentley has been elected t ) the patriarchal position of Presid�iit the I of the Oki-TImors' organization. Fr^-'s^i, danger which naiioiis apprehf-nd in secret armament wliicli may be employed by any one country even after 'a,policy of- liJiiiting armaments is arrived at as an international policy, " We have, had a clear case of this in � fBe DOlIcy pursued by Germany be-for fhe war. We see today the United States on-gaged in the building of a powerful navy. We see Japan declaring for the same policy. The I'nited States has 'for its argument In its naval policy the fear that in. the existing treaty 1 between Great Britain and Japan \ there is an oblfgatory call on tlie lor- j mur to take sides with Japan in cahe | of war between that country and i America. Tho mere idea of lirliain Biding with Japan in a war afiaiiiHt tlie I'p.ited Hlales is repulsive to every oui' in Great Hiitain and In the Hrit-IhIi I-Jmpire, and ikj such (ddigation exists between Britain and Japan. This has been clearly pointed out to Secretary Daniels of the I'. S. Navy. But, neyerlhelnsB, it serves to show how even unfounded beliefs must act strongly in aiding the armament move-jnent. After all aiiyibiiig of the way of a limiting of armanuiits can only be hoped to be brought about by tlie forming of a real Lciuuie of Nations. This can only bo possible by tho entering Into it of the I'nited Slates. Without at least all I'ae powerful liutions iH' the world foniiing an in- breezy, and robust, he will serve ;!S it walking advertisement of the vIriUly of the memliers of the association. Ill the prominent part taken by the representatives of the Dominion at tho League oE Nations% Conference held at Geneva there is a true appreciation in the statement made that they woro "mentioned in despatches." TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. M'hat company was fused with the Hudson's Bay Co.? What is futurist painting? I!. Among v.hat species of bird does the male greatly exceed the female? 4. To what country Is the origin of geometry traced? ' Tj. How many times was Mr. Gladstone Prime Minister? (1. What Is a Board of Trade? 1. spire FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS What cathedral has the tallest in the United Kingdom -. (Jr what custom la taking off one's li:ii a relic? Wlio was the author of the phrase "Tlie schoolmaster abroad?" �1. What is a shaddock? 'ar kniglulioods, is ii (luestion asked by the London dailloB. Second to tliis iiucstion.s. a ix^rpli'xing one will lie; "Who i.s the I'oel Laureate, and wbicli of his i)oeni!! inspired the nalidii dui'-iiig lUo .war?" taking off the helmet when no danger Is nigh, ;i. Lord Brnugliaiii. �1. A large kind ni (;range. So-called from Ciiplaiii Hliaddiuk, who lirst transplanted une in tli.- West Indies. It WIS originaliy a native of China and Japan. And whereas, a number of assocla tions have been organ l:;ed but have been unable to get any financial assistance from .the Iccal bar.k:^ And whereas, it is the opinion of act . ___________ the greatest benefit to rural districts. "Therefore, be it resolved that the convention petition the provincial legislature to comiilate arran.gements for guaranteeing the payment to the iKiiiks of the loans made by them under the act to such an extent as may be necessary to render funds a->a'.lable this year for sdcielies already organized or which may bo organized, and to carry out the Intent and purpose ot the act. and to put It into practical operation." In answer to a delegate's question the minister imld he did not feel that it was opportune to consider the establishment of a provincial bank wherewith to supply funds for tho working of the act. . Neither did he feel that the fund."* provided th.'-ough the sale of jirovinclal savings certificates would 1)0 sufficient to care for the needs of tho act. ' Against Cigarette The convention this afternoon, after lengthy discussion, went on record as against the continuation of the sale and manufatture of cigarettes and cigarette papers. One delegate warned the convention that If they passed this rosolutiim they would be asked next year to vote against tho >ise of pipes or tobacco in any form, but his objection didn't deter the delegates in taking a crack at the "coffin nails." .\ move to have the annual report of the oouvcntlon printed for dlstribu tioii, at a co-i of thousands of dollars, t was liilled, in was also a resolution (�(iiideiiMiliig action of the 1920 con-velilion in (!,?Rtroying the provincial political o.ivutive. A resohiiion to delete the "re(all" from the political platform was promptly (plashed. There was a move, to disccmtlnue U. F. A. Sunday, because it was becoming denominational. '1)10 roHolution wa.s. badly defeated. Chilled Meat Industry .\ slroim fi-.'Kihitlon calling up(!!! tho (oiural oxecutlve to ai)point a cciniiuiti:!!' of throe to thoroughly In-vosliiiat'^ tl.o chilled meat Industry and a.>,-;!sl tlio central bod.\' toward 2,100 of dishes, plates, cups, saucers, meat and vegetable platters, crocks, jugs, pitdi-ers, individual butter patties and cream jugs, 'gla�s c4ke covers, jpitchers, glasses, etc.  [ ' 2,000 KNIVES, FORKS and SPOONS Two Enterprise meat cutters, meat block, meat saws, grindstone, pots and pans, etc.; flour bin tables, dish washer and dryer, zinc grease container, two gas griddles, one hotcake griddle, one steam cooker and table, one hotel range, one electric ceiling fume fan, one marble table top, oiie oak table top, one large Barnet refrigerator, three coffee urns, one water cooler, one ty|^-writer, one cash register, one electric cafe sign, and scores of other diings belonging to restaurant equipment, one fumed oak Vocker, leader bottoli; one upholstered easy chair, pne oak h^ll .setteei, four kitchen chairs, three couht-ers> 35 stools, two large mirrors, electric ftxtures, 10 restaurant chairs, ladies* secretaire, cabinet phonograph with 35 records, sewing machine. Everything will be sold. Sale will commence sharp at one o'clock. Goods may be inspected Saturday^afternoon anil Monday morning^ idind will be sold in quantities to suit purchaseiv. TERMS CASH. PHONE 799. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer WJLL RENDER EVERY ASSISTANCE POSSIBLE FOR SHIPPING GOODS TO OUT-OF-TOWN PURCHASERS. ANGLICAN 6t. Augustln's Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 8th St. S. Telephone 1406 8.30-Holy Communion In Chapel. 10 a.m.-Boys' Bible Class. 11 a.m.-Matins. 3 p.m.-Sunday School. 7.30 p.m.-Evensong. Ushers for Sunday-Messrs. B^rna-cal and Brodie. Wednesday-Intercession apd Study Class, S o'clock, in the chapel. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th 3t. 8. Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B.D., Pastor Ernest F. Laymen, Organist and Choirmaster. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. T. D. Jones, Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phono 1659 Choir Leader, Mrs. F. Jack�on Promior Driiry of Oiitiiriij expri'sscd Iiliiiself at Milton to the effort that the farmers' organizations sliuuld not go into i)oliticK as an organization. If this >liltoiiian advice is followed there will bo those among the fariiiors' or-organizations who wiir look on it as moaning a Paradise Lost. eMaidi.hmonl of a chilled meat plant.U.,^ p Kvoning of wliiski'y and s(niiet!iing else such as bacon, eggs, etns. Several delegates asked for .1 l.ii.Lo-r pai)er and open discussion on inonolnio (luestlons. A nuin-bi'r of (iin-ilons concerning V. (!. C. niatli'i>, ai'focilng grain handling were deali Willi by Mr. iticu Jonoj, of the I'nilod Ciai:! Growers Company, to the ;-ai i,--fail ion of the delegatus. .\ rosuhition urging that gambling on stool; ox( liangos be chetdted by the application of the criminal code was paved. C. P. R, Man Surprised .\ ri'solniion protesting against iho > ; �> > : NOTICE ? : Church notices should bo : < handed in the evening before : day of publication to insure : Insertion. .;. .;. ,;. .;. ^. .;. .;. 1' : : : ? ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS 418 6th St. South. Sundays, 3:00 p.m.: Bible Study. Sundays, 7:30 p.m.: Bible Study, WeduihiiayS, 8:00 p.m.: Bible Sludy, followed by praise, prayer and let' ijmony laieting.  All Woltonr.e. No Colle':tion. All publications ot Society may now be obtained locally, Including "Flnlshod MyBtpry."_^ ^- w.^ ;