Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGK FOUR THE LETHIWIDCE DAILY IETHUHIDGE HERALD PRINTING. LIMITED ttrm Uoutfi, Albert! proprietor! .via tvmiTunrn W. A. mX'HAXAN Prt.ld.m n ml Director XCK Audit Bureau of Circulation! Ofitir', by s.oii by fir Dtlly by mill. '1 2.1') by mail. PIT year.........'. l.l'l Wtckly. bj i.iHii. jiur year to.'U.S... 2.Oi) CSflMANY VlCfORIOUS AMD GERMANY DEFEATED. .With the insolent-proposals put for- Jjy Germany; in reipoct (o meet- THE RELIGION OF HUMANITY Christianity as it differs from other religions has been defined to be Uie.jreligion of revelation, it has brought light to men darkness, signified in the name, Light oi the World, applied to its Founder. The essence of the heathen religions is that there is some mystical be- ing who has to be placated jn the hope of rewards to come. Christianity, in its revelation, points out what should in-! spire our lives below, in the twofold duty of man to God Organization is Doing and man to his fellow man. In ihe one duty is comprised Good Among Roys of the other. Hence the estimation we give to the Golden irict Rule. Christianity is, therefore, essentially a religion where selfishness rinds no place. To diffuse happiness was the mission of our Lord when He was on earth. In the creed He proclaimed He taught what ideals mean. He laid the standard on what UICENSECOUI SATUHDAY. MAliCH a, llttl treaty obligations in the mat- 1 call ideals are based. The relidon He enunciated was l'S deity but that in what we do to osiingtr, reran attitude to Fmnce when she had her at her mercy after tho war .which terminated in 1S71. The present bill presented to Germany stands at. the sum of tveirty-ouc bil- lion dollars payable in t'orty-tu-o years. one the least of our brethren is done for Him. Therein is contained the human duty which, likewise, becomes a duty in- conformity with the creed we profess. It needed a mighty cataclysm such as the Great War to bring home to men's minds what ideals mean. The Much Dis- I From Our Own Correspondent) XKKNIE, Mar. invitation. Herald 'reporter visited the quarters occupied by 4th troops Hoy Scouts of Penile a few evenings ago and spent a very interesting hour with tho boys and their Master Scout. Mr. G. C. Evans and his Assistant Scout Mas- ters. W. Carsley, .1. L. Donaldson and Mr. Wm. Cnrrio. The Penile Scouts have a member- ship of forty-five and this will soon pass the halt hundred mark as new recruits are coming in at almost every mooting. Scout Master Evans haa genera! supervision of all work while of. this. sum she made the. offer-j memory today is revered of those who fell in carrying out tnrpugh her .representatives .in.Lon-i the ideals we extol. In our churches we rear tablets to don to pay Allies soveirand a halt i them, thus associating their deeds with the faith that AUIIon in our coin- j brought, revelation WOl'ld. It is Well that WG h.'U'O age, a- request whicir brought from i i j i i n Mr. uoyd .George. in.the-humor in! reminders of what ideals have stood for engraven whic.-iTie could not but help seeing the j m brass or stone to be a perpetual remembrance of what, the remark to the represent- j men have wrought f or .humanity. But these memorials atives of France and Belgium present j alone are not enough.. It remains that the remembrance should be writ in the hearts of men to inspire them them-some-i carry on in the recognition of man's duty to man.- not so much the sacrifices themselves paid by the (Canary Herald i The Allwrta k.it been in since February Uih. it has two matters or importance PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN subject minimum wages for women is Important ulso; not In the do-' Kreo as tho other, but still a piece or legislation with govern..1 ment of Alberta should deal, Union- Ing of the town council on Tuesday weakness evening, Alderman Wm. Burns was ap. i Jas. lUnrnjr wan arrested In Kitch- ener on the chart') of deserting his wife In Osliawa. (Krnin COLK.MAN', Mar Our Own Correspondent) IAN', March Iho meet- Uay. :c town council on Tuesday l-'ire destroyed the homes of Frank Lachance and M. Bolwrigut at North not strong enough to eminent, this 0. i to admission tluit Jas. Peterson died suddenly while might pointed acting mayor, during Mayor talking .with fellow-workmen In Ham- luit it is Disney's absence. ilton. carry on by-law regulating the sale and proposed legislation; hours of soft drink vendors was N, passed and becomes law immediately. has yet been made to'The license too for such places is Th subject of Irrl- The- council is to bo commend- i nain in tho'd0k 0ttAlberta-SUIi tllolr acllon in lhls matter. It I High Constable W. .1. Coulter South Wellington Liberals, ites and Farmers are unable to effect a fusion. f to 0( i the Insiiector for West Lamhton. Tho connection. I the Sunday, having these places clou- mi i natural resources! ed ami win assist our town policeman ffoni ,ii LViI1 tran.s.colul Possible i in the performance ot his duties. Baldesaro Caprlo was arrested iu ho ,3M'S With wlllch "oughlon has been doing i Sudlmry charged with an indecen of this Province has: good work lately in cleaning out tho assault. vard Assistant Master Carsley is In charge of the "First Aid" work, in which every boy has to pass, making him a useful member of society when ho haa mastered the requirements of that department. Mr. Carsicy Is a ent and conscientious teacher in this I branch and tho boys all manifest ,v great interest In the work. I" the hotels and other ire-. places. -Everyone felt the appalling Nine thousand dollars' damage wcs the. increase of this vice and will-ie glad done to a Port Arthur restaurant by ttitudo to-, to hear of his successful sup-: the explosion of a gasoline torcli in doubt, j pressing it. The council is ably as- K the gov-! sistins him In his clean-up. ill press for control of the___ s within the province with al! orce it possesses. Of its -ittituHo on Anot'ier Importance agricultural is lukewarm In its symp eds of the southern section de-! before the council in the matter of I quarantined. providing more adequate fire protcc-( Owing to an outbreak of smallpox, the convent at Haileybury has been ,'at the conference held, that had hotter aifjourn or else we shall mid that we shall be owing thing." At the conclusion of the Franco- Prussian war the Germans exacted from France a billion dollars and re- mained in occupation of France, with garrisons; until the amount was fully paid. Dealing with the attitude of the Germany fifty years ago aud the Ger- many now, the Xew York Tribune thus puts it: "How does the bill whom we deem heroes in the war; it is the spirit which inspired these. It is this spirit which needs perpetuating. Once we grasp the fact that ideals are not merely for ven- eration but for following out, we shall sense iwhat Chris- tianity as the Religion of Humanity means. If in each of our hearts is suffused that light which was shed on the world by Him who was called the Light of the World, then j and er shop. The I shall estimate what true living consists in; it is the kitchen which Germany presented'to France following Ollt of OU1' duty 0116 to the Other, in duty W6 R. of Phelan's Pit, Slid- irrigation project has been intimated. compare with the tentative owe to Him who revealed a. new faith to mankind. bill which the Allies have sub- mitted to "A great change has occurred in the purchasing power of the gold mark i suburb. While it is stated that the houses are cheaply constructed, considered the fifty years. Gold has depreciated j from the standpoint of quality, many more than one-half. the basis of] of the people who looked them over 1S71 gold values the bill is not moyi j simply threw up their hands at the than prices asked and walked away. These "Secondly, the present population of houses have been standing for months Germany is about double thai of j awaiting occupants, and everyone France in 1ST1. Measured per capita, j knows how rapidly unoccupied dwel then, what is now asked of Germany i lings deteriorate. Instead of tncreas- Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS If-this Is the case, it would be weli is eauinnerl with V16 allthoritles at Edmonton to say is equipped with, so at as early a date as posalble Next must be halved again, to malle a true eomnii risen. The reparations bill, when Judsed relatively, thus fall to individual wealth per cap- ita in Germany is something like four i and for many years in business ing in value the residences are more or less rapidly depreciating. At the meeting of No. 1 committee there waa some plain talking. Aid J. P. Watt, an outspoken Scotchman, times what it was in France In 1S71. Allowing that half of this is due to gold depreciation, the other half may be ascribed to a positive increase in wealth accumulation, and another cut- ting in two is needed to arrive at a true comparison. This brings the ren- total down to "Finally, the German bill in 1S71 was not to repair damage (Germany was not invaded or a German brick but solely for war-expendi- tures. On the contrary France is to gftt nothing for her war-expenditures about oue-hair enough, to re- pair her ravaged territories. She is the poorer in actual property by many billions, though Germany pay her bill in full, and longer than forty-two years liar thrifty taxpayers will be burden- ed to meet tne coat of expelling the Germans. "It is high time to recognize exactly the new German propaganda im- plies. It means not only that Germany is to pay relatively little more than did France in 1871, but that an in London, gave it as his opinion that the housing pcheme all over tho coun- try had been "things of insanity from beginning to end." Aid. Geo. Wenige suggested, turn- ing the houses over to some reliable real estate firm and trying to dispose of them on a commission basis. This brought from City Clerk Baker the remark that it would ba better to burn them. Aid. Watt said this would involve the city iu considerable loss and thought that some of them might be rented. The city clerk .declared this to be impracticable. Mayor Little emphatically J islared that there will be no more buiiaing of commission houses until the prcs- 1. What is the tallest building in the world? What are lay figures? 3. What was the Renaissance period? 4. What is the -relief" In fortifica- tions? 5. What was the ring in .the ear a sign of? ,8. What is a sardonic" sipile? FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the Seraglio? 2. Who were the Seven Sleepers! 3. How many .accredited signatures of Shakespeare are there? 4. What instance is there of seven "thats" following each other and mak. ing sense? 5. What djes "step" in stepfather and stepmother denote? What artist was famous for his! pictures of thistle-beds has a work bench with a set of and in. the reading room Is to be found .a-full set of "Boys' Hlntey" books- and many other selections con- taining instructions In different lines of work as well as a good selection of healthy fiction. The ladles of the I. 0. D. B. have contributed several hundred dollars towards tho expenses of equipment ANSWERS The palace of the Turkish sul- tan, situated in the Golden Horn, and enclosed by walls sev.cn and a half miles in circuit. The chief entrance is the Sublime Gate; and the chief )f the large edifices is the Harem. 2. Seven noble youths of Ephesus who fled in the Uecian P' rsecution to a cave in Mt. Cciion. After 231 years they awoke, but soon died, and their ent tangle is straightened out. This I bodies were taken rather dashed the hopes of certain large 3tolle cofflns, certain Vjctor, to Marseilles still sh'own individuals, who had been hopms to I 3. Six if which are attached mali-A Tnnnatr _ i make money out of building more dwellings. Just how unbusinesslike are the methods followed was shown the Mayor stated that he had held up a cheque for work on the Pine to business documents, and one' is en- tered concrete and a good sized sum has been realiz- ed from private subscriptions. The Fernio Boy Scout Association has the institution under its special care, thu Association having on its membership roll many of the leading citizens and business men of the town. Although hut a year old in its pres- ent organization. Troop Four has es- tablished a mp.si enviable reputation is to proiicienity'aivdy progress, having won sixteen of thirty awards con- ferred in the province during tho year. Fsrnis Troop also has the dis- tinction of having won the first thr6e medals Isued to miners in-the pro-i vince, this being the only troop to I win this medal. One of the requirements for mem- j bership Is that each scout shall have i at least 51.00 in the savings bank. One of the Fernle scouts has to his credit i In the bank 117.35, 'a Victory bond, a five-dollar saving certificate i and a saving stamp. Other boys I have sums in excess of the minimum f requirement. This regulation bearg valuable results in the cultivation ot: thrift, which will be of lasting benefit to the boys in after life. The 'enthusiasm with which Scout Master Evans has permeated the whole organization from Master to "Tenderfoot Scout" is a striking fea- ture which is the outstanding one throughout every department of tho work and he is entitled to no little pr'aiso'for the manner In which he has organized and forwarded the work of the "Scouts." all his assistants par- the best thing the government can do is to relieve the minds of the farm- ers in the district affected of the anx- iety that is now felt. It is time the government made its irrigation policy known. Wm. Know, an Inmate of the Hos- pital for Insane at London, who has been at large for about three months was found wandering around Port Stanley and returned to the Sir Edgar Walton, a wealthy Brit- ish South African newspaper proprie- tor, has been appointed the new High for South Africa. ul Hev. L. II. Young, who lias been at gary's business men is to be the speak-1 tlle Past eleven years, has er at the Institutional church appointed to succeed Rev. H. A. Basketball is In full swing on the sims' school campus. Mr. Anthrohus has his hants full each recess, refereeing ne throe-year-old child of Frank a game. It is creating quite an In- Dutcller- Pickerel, was severely terest In the game and lots of enthus-' while playing with his fatb> lasm is being shown by the boys and er's Winchester rifle, girls. The Invitations are out for the 13th Genoral Manager E. V. Buchanan, nnual ball of the I. 0. O. F to be i of tne Condon civic fuel yard, reports held in the opera house on th? llth of i a (leflcit of for the three-year March. The Oddfellows have made a reputation for themselves by this an- large turnout is expected und the s one as good Stokes Orchestra has been engaged tact Germany, having wantonly begun houses. The cheque was a-largo one a war, is to emerge from the conflict for in fact, and it was beins 3 in a condition to distance Prance ia economic competition." put through simply for expenses, in connection .with the Pine Lawn hous- es. The Mayor said lie was not usad to doing business in such a slip-shod (way and declared he would hold tip HOUSING SCHEME. The housing scheme was well meant. the cheque until he got an itemized to meet the prevailing shortage of statement of everything. the experience of) This is a fair example of the way houses. But from the scheme in London, Ont., it would appear .that It is one thing plan and another to carry out. The story is edifying, and should serve as a warning to other eHies who are desir- ous of adopting the scheme, as to thr desirability of very careful methods. A resident of London, in a com Binnication to the Financial Post says that the citizens of London will Be lucky, extremely lucky, if they do not lose at least in conncc tion with the .work carried out under the housing echeme. There are those who predict that the loss will reach At a meeting of No. i com- mittee of the city council rather itartling facts were disclosed iu con Section with the unbusinesslike meth- ods that have been followed. The city went ahead under the nrov'sionn of the Housing Act and eroded a number of dwellings. Some of them have been disposed of. But from the taxpayer's standpoint the interesting fact remains that the city has no leas than 57 dwellings, for which no offers have been received, Forty-two of them 4re located in Tine Lawn, an eastern book called Florio, a trans- taking of his zeal and entering into iation ot Montaigne published in 1603. the real spirit of it, which is again re- 4. "My Lords, with humble submis- fleeted In the enthusiasm of the sion that that I say is this: That that Scouts themselves. Few, even' of that 'that that' that that gentleman Fernic's citizens realize the Import- has advanced is not that that, hojance of the work being carried on should have proved to your Lord- amongst the boys through this organ- ization, but the fruits will be manifest when the Scouts take their places as full grown citizens of the town. ships." (Spectator.) ii. It is the Anglo-Saxon -steop, bereaved. The stepfather is the father of one bereaved his natural father by death. Withoos, a Dutch artist. BUILDING APPRENTICFS TO SPEND TIME ON EDUCATION OTTAWA, Mir. hm in wh.ch oa compo -No one- thinks for a moment that any- a'.n 03 o[ the building tra one iu connection with the .work Is "ismhera -if tho Canadian dishonest. They simply lack ordiuar knowledge of business methods anil ".s and building industries associa- dacq, Caron, fjauehar, Heiicher French ENTERTAINS ALLISD GENERALS COBLEN'Z, Mar. the allied generals of thn army of occupation were entertained here today by Paul Tirarcl, president of the international] Rhineland commission. The guests in- clllded Lieut. Cenoral Sir T. L. More-' land, commander of the liritish army i on the Rhine; Genei'al Roquacy of tho Belgian forces nnd (Janerab Mcr- nnd WHERE DO OUR GREAT MEN COME FROM The "Dictionary of National Biography" tells of the great men of England. Of these famous characters, 350 were sons of physicians, 510 were sons of lawyers, and WERE SONS OF MINISTERS. The parsonage gave nfty per cent, more great men than the two other learned professions put together. "Who's Who in America" accounts for about twelve thousand names of people more or less outstanding. ONE IN TWELVE COMES FROM THE PARSONAGE. The Hall of Fame, in which the United States honors her greatest men. con- tains the monuments of fifty-one great Ameri- cans. TEN OF THE FIFTY-ONE ARE SONS OF THE PARSONAGE, Clearly the production of high character and ability ia not dependent on the wealth of the family. Sparse Income has yielded great men. But the education that these sons of the parson- age received was gained at a cost to the mother much privation and silent endurance. The parsonage has justified itself as a national asset. It cannot be left to decline. Should the minister and the minister's wife be Shut off from this high functioning and service to the nation by an Income which has not kept pace with the cost of family maintenance? GO TO CHURCH TOMORROW ANGLICAN St. Auguitln'i Church, cor. ftn und 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rgctcr. Rectory, 212 8th St. S. Telephone 1406 8.30 Communion In chapel. Bible Class. and Holy Communion Thy Face From Thy Sin." School. Sav- iour of the World." Services during tho coming week as usual. as a rnsiilt the taxpayers for heavy losses. are let in Feeling in the I'nited states is strong on the question of Yap. It ap nesilay and Thursday, for tho nstah- lishment of apprenticeship It was oflich in thn principal building and construe- attending were lion centers throughout the Dominion. I M. Tirard. The tentative agreements of tha' system have been sent out both to employers and labor organizations stated the generals imply tho of pears that this is through imperfect throughout Canada. understanding of the matters Involv oi "ln or the appren- cd, and it. is woll n i system is that it is provided cumst-ncr-, n, t il0t lnss llla" cumbum.r.s, that Irani; discussion time oi the apprentice is to b an Allsa Craig barber, was fined 5200 for having liquor on his premises. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev, T. D. Jones, Paitor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phonr 1659 Erlka Olander. Choir Leader, F. Jackson 10 Dept. of the School in the flull. 11 a.m.: Morning Service. Subject: "Clod as Seen by Jesus." partments of the Sunday School in the Hall. 2 Dept. of the Sandny School In the Church. People's Bible Class hi the Hall. 7.30: Evening Service. Subject: "Co-operation for Victory." WESLEY CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St. S. E. Cragg, B.D., Paitor Ernest F. Layton, Organist and Choirmaster. 11 Worship. The Doxology. Reception of members'. departments of the Sun- day School meet for Bible study. i Service. Subject: I "In Relief of Doubt." Unto Me, My People" "The Day Is Past and Over" When Night Invoh-ns the Sky" Orgiin Prelude commencing at 7.10: "Introduction to Act III Lohengrin" "Prelude ia C sharp minor" (Rach- KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. 8th Street 8. A. H. C. J. and Choir Leader. "A 10 School 11 Dept. 11 Service, History o( the Church." 2 Brothers. 4 Class. Service. Unveiling of tablet to the boys who fell iu France. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '.orncr oi 3rd Avenus and 9th Street Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B. Jtr.es, Director of Chcir SALVATION ARMY We believe all men may be saved. will servo In dear the air. Thos the devot-1 the States who arc stir up strife in ed to education, at tho cost of the to1 th-> two apprentice .IB to nncnd not less trios make Ollt Ulat a in nrofurreil, for reasons which suspicion, lo enconracn Japan in oral reservations that Mr. work ami it is provide'! that i rouse I1'" is not to nialt3 any do- nnrlng the oral reservati Wilson marto at Paris In regard to nature of the control to bn excrcisort at Yap. (Yap, an island nf tli rar. lines, under the maiulatp. of Japan i (in important cable station. .lapano-' control of the cables, which the man date confers, in objected lo in the United States.) luctions in SHOULD BE A POLITICIAN WIXSTED. Conn., Fob. I Mckolow, of Thomas-ton, has 'an sr-i Imortd head, in the opinion of doctors jand offlci-rs. When an assailant lired a bullet from a .32 calibre revolver at I Hope range, thn tnl.ssle simply flatten- 11'I itself out on his forehead. Nick- I "low's skull was not even cracked, and f he about COALHURST PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOO Services hold In the old Bap- list opposite St. Mat- thew's Cnuivh Sunday, n Devotional Service. .Sunday, 2.3n .p.m.-Sunday School. A hearty wi'kqmo extended to Sunday Meetings 11 mectlngi 2 People's company class. 3 meeting. 7.30 for Souls. Week Night p.m. Monday night--Y. P. workers In charge. Tuesday practice. Wednesday mooting. Thursday meet- ing. Band in attendance. Friday cadet class. Saturday meeting. Adjutant Hardy and Lieut. Bdo commanding officers. NOTICE Church notices should he handed In the evening before day of publication to Insure insertion. WHAT 1VK STAND FOK Evangelical Ministry, Regenerate Membership. Ueilgious Liberty, Chri tian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday School und Bible Class-at 12.15. Sunday School in the Mil Ave. N Church at .1 p.m. Evening Service- at 7.30. A cordial welcome to all. FOR C. .1. ana Choirmaster. Morning "Praise tho Lord" "The Splendors of Thy Glory" 1 "Souls of the Righteous" "Crosshi" the Bar" Flanders Mrs Millhousu. Organ Prelude at 7.15 p.m. LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 518 7th Street South John McAlllter Sunday, 11 Service. Sunday, School. Sunday, 7..10. Ser- vice. Tuesday, s service. Wednesday, fituily. s Service Saturday, 8 Ser- vice. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd Ave. and 8th St. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street bunday Service at 11 a.m. Sunday School, IS.10 a.m. Testimony Meeting, We'< (loading Room, Hull daily from 3 to 6 p.m. at 8 p.m. Block, open School. Society. Service. The Rev. Oliver L. Curtis will ho tile special preacher at both morning and evening services. BETHANY HALL' .505 13th Street North .Sunday Meeting! Worship ami Breaking of Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday School. .3 p.m. Service. Evangelist H. Clifton will preach tho Gospol for to- day. ASSOCIATED DI9LE STUDENTsT 418 6th St. South. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study p.m.: Bible Study. Wrdnescikys, p.m.: nihle .Study, followed-by praise, prayer and tes- timony rritctinf, Collection, Ail publications of Society may now bo obtained locally, including "Finished Mvitery."