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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1920 THE ICTinWBWB DAILY HERALD, fAGEELEVOI FOUR EMINENT MONTREALERS WHO FAVOR FORWARD MOVEMENT OF THE CHURCHES The Movement CRITICS AND; OTHERS (By J. B. Mldillolou) English aa could bo spoken, anywhere It did It because it read anil knew Us Bible. But we must remember ttiat-ihejBible'was vtdc lis 'with a' ma'sterpiece'of written English. That was. an afterthought. In its" construction'God used :the gen- ius of men to Inform the world about Himself. It was lust as much tcrpiece in this respect when It was One Insistent criticism of the church, ,n ttto Hebrew anj Greek anil is that It st.ii.rts Idio when vrork is to allhough llley wcro nol lio dune. One msn complains bswiuso generally "understood of EUK- it dues not establish cnuush city mis- peoples. Primarily, It is Bions, nad houses for too comfort ol tuc poor. tbat message to tho world in order embrace, and ever hold! a Another wears' why pioneer towns fns( Wcssed of everlasting' !n the newer West, lire nut being uel- ROTARY He Profits Most Who Ser- ves Best glven us jn our THE CHURCH AND i Human nature Is capable of going. illy, mjiuii iiv> iiuo ter served. Another grumbles at ha s Jc3US Church lack of enterprise displayed n the c t dar Qulncv, rural'districts where the small "barn of a church" scarcely touches Ibo special interests Still aiH'tnernsts why the church fails to establish and conduct employment bureaus. Another asks.'what is being drne to reach the Unchurched Masses: of the cities Thoro.aro.lwo reasons .cause.for this denijnus tgl.a .largos Bo6d. h Uer to the growth of the helter nature bo will u. The course of wisdom ta are those who are nut regular lo .work already ea- tublished: The men who. kiiow what live lhing.5 are being done in tho pnacipla anrt watch .tbo various congregations at home, In the beginmngs. U iB-'enalcr ta torra mission- nelJs in Canada arid else- 1 than reform. _ v.-hcrc, cannot refrain- from wonder at) AUTO THEFTS 'COMMON; Tlievi'inoro than any outsider, are i the eipinsion of the work.! INSURANCE RATES JUMP They' realize the.' sudden -and unprc-J ,vW -e 'i ii lian afirvlce. It is these men, the men .who know who arc most ardent in their snpporl of the Forward Move- 1 and who subscribe to thu limit of' their resources. of'tha National Automobile Under- writers, It was stated today in insur- ance circles, were said to bo wavering between 'an Increase at- 40 per cent and one of 50 per cent. THE BOOK OF BOOKS I Automobile insurance men declare What a priceless possession is the that thefts nnd accidents have more KiigUsh Ilible! We have been cu-1 thim doubled within the 'past few rirhed liy it In two ways, namely, its years and that only a generous In- the English crcaso of rates can save them from aad for our knowledge of (Jod. As to being forced out qt business. Owners tho first, merely as a piece of Htera-' ot automobiles are blamed in part for lure it has helped lo make tho lang- tho condition, Ibo assertion being nago what it Is today. Nol "English made that car owners who carry us siie Is spoke" suranco "sit and let the Insur- lint nS'it Is written -by Its best ex- tnco company do the worrying about Almost every writer whose works aro sllll living, from the Refor- mation .10 Ihe present day, drawTi upon its. material, nnd unconsciously its lunti or speech. ACW ICnglantllof the (lays Rpokc us Long-Standing Evil Effective Measures Taken Sinc'ei childhood Jfr. A. Ceil was under the shadow of a great evil, which nlways menaced his comfort anil safety. 'Itca-d what he "I troubled with my kid- iieyjj. since childhood and spent a Inrge amount, of money trying to .cured. Instead ot gelling better, getting worso until a friend of rnino advised mo lo try Oih t'illir. 1 did so, and after tnkiiig ono hoxj f was nbio to get uiil of liC'l and walk around. Two ir.oro boxes relieved mo completely, jind since then J have had no re- turn of Ibo trouble." Many people havo klttnoy Mul- der'lroublc withwil kanwing it. They thin'it nothing ot tho backache, tho pains in, the sides, the constant rheumatic, ficintlc And before tho eyes, the awollon tho liighly-colourcfl signs of signs whicl] should roccivo i'liriic-ulato otisrilioa r v.-ith Oin Tills, .whlib by far tho most effective of all preparations, and whicii ,-ritay help yon to avoid a fatal Tlicy quickly relieve pain the congested tissues, bring-' ing thejbrgans hack to normal. At 'IntggistA and dealers, a box. Money Lack 1C no relief. Send for frco sample. Tic Nslinnul Drug Co. of Carinda, United. Hlatcs Nn-llru-Co., Inc., llain St., Bumio, H.Y, ajj ho accldeuts and thefts." NOT CUILTY, IS.VERDICT JIOOSH JAW, Jan. jury In the case of tho Crown versus Holds- worth, by which ilio accused ia charged under lho Secret Connnls slons Act with "knocking down" fares whllo In the employ of lho .Canadian I'aciftc Uailway, retired at noon to day. Mi'. Justice Newlands .condemn cd lho practice ot employing men to inaka a man commit a crime for tlie sake pf convicting him, in the opening of bis charge to1 tbo Jury. Tho Jury returned a verdict ot no! guilty at p.m. SOLDIERS ARRIVE SPANDANAjVIAN E-T. JOHN. N. 15., Jan. one of tho stormiest passages in many years Ihe Canadian Pacific Ocean Ser- vices liner Scandinavian arrived from Liverpool shortly after S o'clock lo- day. She had passengers, iii ad- dition lo bags of mall and parcel pnst and B fair-sized general cargo. Major Lelghlon camo out officer commanding ot i number ol soldiers on board. Tho pafsengcra aro lo leuve on tho Canadian Pacific. Railway spec- ials and the first was scheduloj lo .start from West St. John at for points west. fu! tlic I. D. A, It was to' (he Ro- tarians present at the Uoard of Trade luncheon :to ftenllei'l Stewart speik .so Tavorabljv at the bollcy of i'n-'tbeir to ;belp jp probism of tlie em- >loyer and The local club' s'''arr'angiifg for nuite >rpframme along this lino tor.tbo com- n'e and a' special [committee is now considering the 'matter1; in. his. last :luhs CJovernor "rawfcrd JlcCullougli "coiifra'tuiateii lie LeUibrldge rlub on the work of staling, that n {.tin's respea Celhuridge'Irolds tho janner 'district. >JV Th e f o'.iowi n s'. is an "eit ract trohi -.v 'o are all.proud ot being. Rpfar- tans, and we know that the best ex- pression of notary Iileals is in tholr unoalentatlons practice. "liut oven this is insufficient. "Tho rtotnry Code of Ktbics is not for HoLirians nlono; it Is for "bus- iness men of all lines." "Lot UB. then, nave as many folks as iiossible know .what this'code is: "There Is a simple and ethical way of doing jutt that: the Codo. an attractive, print- ed copy of ihe Codo, nnd hang It in a conspicuous place in your so that ho what enters may read and ask questions, and you, itnowing, may answer. r tile know Owen Scott's definition'- 'ol- a Kolary Club. "What notary Printer of this dis- trict will be the first put 'on tho market an attractive copy ot "The itotary Code of Elhtcs for Business Men of all so that every Club may secure a supnly for its members? 'Whoever he is, I want to hour from him." J, H. a barrister of pog, brother of Rota-rlan "Doc" Leech, gavo a very eloquent' artdresjr at the last meeting. YUDENITCH RELEASED C, Jan. oO.vGfinerol Nleiv oias Yudenllfh, commander ot tho Husstan. MorlhWcsl army In lho of- fensive last fall ngalnat 1'elrograd, whose, arrest was reported here- yes- tcrdsy In rfvices from Ilcval, ia enld In guarlera to havo been released. Private advices from Tleval say Gen. Vudcnltch was released ns a result of pressure exerted by l-'ronrfi Snd'llrlt- Ilsh ntithoritiea there. Kverylhlng revorlcd auict ot Itnw' TO GET BUSY AND COLLECT TAXES Government is at last, under the spur of pub- lic sentiment, going to rr.jke ,ln effort to collect income taxation, The Justice Department fs to In- stitute rigorous measu'ret, ''In.' every Inspection district there will be from forty to sixty prosec- utions, cither for failure to make return or for understatement of Income, Strong, representation! been mads by citizens-who com-' plied with the law that, before increasing the tax, the Govern- ment choujd make those disgorge have so far: failed to, Many of the rich are said to; be offenders. As the business .profits tax will almost certainly be dropped, It necessary to make good the loss by grcatar income tax collections. _ It Is believed the new Mlnlster'of' Finance Is Insisting upon, radical, reorganization of his tfepjrtment. Enabling legislation will probably be needed, at .thg i What Shall I Witii Wtiojs -i if i j j i _.. Pilate's Question Is Yours To-day HE Church is not irrtperstinal.' It is. :.j. individuals, each of 1 'whom "has expressed dcterrhination to -acknowledge Jesus1 as Lord and God, to aci cept His teachings and follow His examples Active Christian s J.f.i who persist in the Way find their liyes radiant with hope. 'They have an object They are not plunged into hope-. ''less misery by bereavement. They develop character. y They learn-con-'- Being .themselves' good-will; of hope and good-will in the world. The Inactive Christians ail continue faithfulr Many neglect to keep the Pattern before them. They cease to pray. They forego public worship. They become only nominal. Christians; Their sympathies arc on the. side of Right, but they miss the full-orbed peace that comes froth being obedient to the.Heayenly vision. Aiding the Enemy Apart from their own loss, lukewarm Christians do positive harm to the Faith. Enemies never cite the lives of notable Chris- National Peace Thank-Offering Simuluheous Every-Person Canvaii by Each Communion February 9 to 14 J tians ,as a proof of the inefficiency of the' Church, .the ,Gospel it proclaims., all ;lukewarmness appear the confounded. Wherei Stand'? You are a Christian. Are you ardent or careless? Are.'you '.whoje-hearted or half- hearted? Do you realize that the Church in Canada faces unprcciidented reisponsipilitiei? ...You believe of'Christ1 js a perfect" solve'nt' of selfishness and class-hos- Will you do your part to give it free course? A-Great Possibility "Rignieousness eVtalteth a, nation, the re-- proach peoplfc." If all the Church Members Canada would Begin .-t1 to follow earnestly the prin- ciples enunciated by their jDivine Master; if they would acknowledge their stewardship in full measure, the name of Canada would ring around the world. .Therefore, the Question is to you: "What shall I do then with who is called A United S' FIVE Christian Baptisty Methcidist and in Canada ten thousand congregations', over one million communicants, and represent more than half of ttie'. popuiatiori of the Dominion. Under the stimulus of five great Movefneritsi it is in the power of these people to root out the evils of materialism in, Canada, and to conserve the spiritual values revealed by the .War. -Are you ready, for active service? j The Decision Is Yours TET Christianity have a fair trial in your own life, Make Jesus Christ master: in your home. Test the reality of prayer. -It will give your life direction, purpose and power. You can help to cure the ills, of Canada and the world. Be prepared to serve. Begin NOW. Wm. Duff, M.l'., wr.3 elccleil mayor jot Lunciiburg, N.S. UnitedNational aigfit kepreeenting the Simultaneous but Independent Forward J Of the Anglican, Baptist, Congregational, and Presbyterian Communions in Canada. i ;