Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATUNDAY, MARCH 21, rim LETiiBmDGR- DAILY IFKRALD PAGE FIVE Church Union and a Greater Canada By The Rev. Charles G. Peterson, O.O., Winnipeg. TO iho I'liBmy nod lo ourselves Ujc war lins revealed n united Caii- nda. iliD.lrenolic-3 acrosarlhe ocean men from all par la of every province of our Dominion stand Hide Ly eldc, whllo here al home- loving hearts and busy bmlnn luinda an; Joined to keep them (litre find to wild them reinforcements. A tecllon of our national llfo from ECU [o eca show Hint unOcriic-atb the par- ttcubr differences which emerge like the [icuka of a mountain lliero lies n eollit bubstructure of conviction yurnoEe that unity to ll iill. Undoubtedly Ihoro is a renl CacarJtau consciousness, a distinct national cplrlt, nn Indivisible union ot IJrllhh subjects within our borders. To meet thb problems which arc fist ao- proaclilnR us from out tho mysterious future sve RO forward as a Oinadl.iii which In llg constitu- ent parts nmy be EopanUo ni the llugcrs, but'In Its totality la ono us hand. i Something even more Important Is now clearly recognized by tho thoughtful observer. Tlie war has demon st ruled (ho exist cnco through- out Canada of vast rcsorvo powers of thnt they cnn be Biitnmoned and mar- on behalf of nn enterprise that hIndies the Imagination, Kriys thu heart, and r on see the detmnlcn- Uon of the people. There la evidently nn enlightened and sensitive public moral consciousness which Is c Greater Viilno lo our country Limn a' the wealth with which Iho Creator hus stored KB land and water. Only Ino numerous atid ELiuidritous. IL Is arc the Instances of ntisorupn long and I reasonable, conduct which 'recently have" tiro ugh I'to JlRlst through our courts and commissions, But tho very with which nil such proceedings have bseu con ilemncd and their agents repudiated, and I he universal and insistent mnnd for radical In other ciscs of n like nature, pi VPS for the conviction that tlie old virtues o[ trutli antl honor arc securely en throucd In our tnldsL And more jiar tlcularly may In? noted the oxlraor dlnary display during the war of tUa mutual kindness which underlies al higher phn.si-3 of social evolution, act Is essential to national (Unun. Thi Ehoclc or combat with .our cruel am mighty fw' hns relaiscd a. flood o sympathy and good-will that ha cleansed and fertilized our land an prepared1 (he soil for rich harvest In the days to come. Naturally, therefore, we are look Ins tor a greater Canada henceforth Dot as regards territory; )mr. pr) lly In ft row tli of population, nor In crease ol material development, hu greater In quality of spirit and iprbssloa ol life. And we are sin yihnt'Giieli a ho pa will bo almndnnti realized, provided that ihese ethic: Ipoivcis anil this moral pnsslou bo CD "served and augmented, and enlist ,jfor national progress after the iva must this "fusing kind if DON" so. much'In cvldancejib [come even more general and actjv for tho strain and Irritation of 11 readjusting process when oorra What'the Press Agents Say cball lulo thy IlrUli.li I'roU- uljly 'tlic most feature or theso pictures is that dealing wltli C'BnaJlaua lu (ho Flying Carps. Thoro Je ut res out a cui foot U) EegrcKate JLe several liuiidrod jtlmfs return igorous. ilany l be severe and dan- ol the forces now together Tor Iho winning ot l nftcrWard become and divisive, and thare UD an .Imper'ullro need for that kindness and Corbcarzuco n-blch 2re Indispensable to national aclflcallon .In thought and action. .Our 2tnuinc lEOcltl upbnllders will bo those who fitrtvc with energy to bring Canadians together In larger bodies of mutual rind good-win, "and so ex- ,tcnd tbc reach and Increase tfao 'ClvnncaS of kindly fepllng. And any "propoiat EicrUa our cordial support CilMt.rs G. PiiFKRO.f, D.D. Ich iiroiuoci! olorer fusion ol Inds and more inltiKllns of emotions [Hi fellowship aid I In the weld- ol an catlre people Into a moral illy, Oae finch prcpoaal IB that which ouhi Iho Mclhodlst, Connre- and Presbyterian Churched ito Iho United Churdi of Canada. 0 one would pretend that this union churches would furnish the key to llrnnlal conditions, A charge In organ I zotEcu, nn hov.'- a scale, could i-ot Insure n tglier type of national clianicfor ?.nd fc. lint such taken by uiura lan htlf a mliriou of our adult eltl- ens would havo a vrry great effect or good upon themselves as C'ana- tans, and would inakq it lor ther union movenic-nts to conic to uaturlty, Tlic tendency (o-day to- greater simplicity and flsxlbH- ly of structure'In every province of Ifo. acj united GUI phasic uu- the essentials hold In commoD In very department of thought aod bc- lef. Let this trend ot anil onvlrtton Jlnil In (bo call- us Into existence of one grr-M Church ,o take ,thc placo of Uirco and It will be seen I ha! .Eincs the whole Is greater than the sum of ail Its juris. Should these hiiiidied.i of llioiissnrta tl our church incir.bcrs take this hey v.'ould in .so doing Iny upon the iltar ol true pntrfntlatn the sacrlflto 01 customs, lender- assc-cl- at Ions, deep-rooted preferences and i chnrlshed oplclonB. Such a sacrifice woviltl be cosily and hard to innko; but Hie reaction upon tJiose who cd It be meat In losing their denominational life tor ?ake of others they ivouM find .1 larger and more r.-orthy IHc of u52ful- ness and po-.Vcr. They would give to the nation also a. manifestation, of g'ood-v.ill in action that would grt-r-l- ly facilitate the Increase of frlendli- and the growth of klnincss. The scientific rtlseovcrics ot last century nave made the world a Qeishbor- liood; the reltgious spirit of this cen- tury must1 make It a brotherhood. One of tlic first requisites Is the siili- ordlnation of organliatron to to give up Kha.1 Is not so that (he Institution may render Ihc largest possible service to ST A ULAN I) "Tlio Common Ilobort ,'haniherfi'" known novel, an; Klnilcill Vtnitij.: In (ho If role, played to i rovviU'd light ;it .Slarlnui) ami will ho f '.or lliu laat lonlRlit. Mr, h'lcin- Ing !H to bo IHJDI liiK the an cu'elk-nl fon- liirc ;it BUC'h reasonable prkus, 1. Ijtrs vvyrt avi'ny liiBl n to Ljlvc cveryoiio uu ojjport: of scotiiif tJJls at tlic plcturo iv111 run until inldi Any DUO nrrh lug hy ii-nj o'clock v.l II sec I In; Tills fniitnro will lie followed In .'ar fiituro simclals fo.Uur- ij; (Ilara Kiinhall mid llio Jlarj- I'Jcltford Artt-raft The mystic Orient ami inecrut- Ijlt dr-s'-it. cast their ituuljlo fascla- IIon nvor the .semen dvauia of Al- nria nii'l the LO tiling la md Monday mil! In JitciJ K> [lie Mor- phDloplay. I.cm I'lricli PS llaiVu, ihc Blrl, Iruly "A Jrjwcl of !HI moru hoauUdil than Ihc I MR aviators Into n till ilia rocorcl of their achievementB mn.y redound to tho credit ol Iho Dominion vrhlch roared tiit'in, but up to dalo Lbo Can- havo bcon mliigloJ with Iho Old Country lads In the air service. Those wlio recall that tho ivorld'R scrlcB Mas out he- t ivficn the JxjiidOTi Tccu and thn rjucliih Slaple J.cafi claim thai [a really a ('aw ad Inn and iwt. an Aniorican (ir.c, Iln that aa iL may the Canadian loya in Iho air liusli in ]u tbi.s glory it well lo rernrnihor thai It is In origin, French In con- cept Ion und French In HE naked can- dor. 'i'o a cxluiit thaji most ot UR tnuralUy Is a matter of geography. In CoiiHlantlnonlc poly- gamy 19 accft viable to Hie nrophet and favorml hy tho Jn York it IB ft ft'louy. JD J'drJe duelling Js ndoiicrl oven encouraged, in jiollcc would Interfere. In cuunniea an illsajssion (In whatever form) of fronntrt UIIOH. always IJCPM Tlio Krt'tich, and lu- you viuw make tho cllaii.ornl their recreation Die English iTicera lake a great Interest in it. "When 1 was taking my first Dories I other than was gieallv aniustd (o ficc tJtn O. O, look hi at Iho I-'lyliiK StalluLi. a lypical Kng- "p Irhmnn of about -ill, mkc such an ilccd all the racw, cannot derfctand our viewpoint. 1 Key wo arc prudish, iierhujis If from "Dm.iaged -Huxoii cuivenltoiLal catmot consider LI It from Die jilorcst In tho ball games." nadiun operator in :m the subject. "Tlio p of a niyBlery l> point of slew you tannot hclji It your approval, TLc Muhial vcr- _.. Ino Ulan- Is the taint whioh In- in the sllli rahc-i and jewcl.s of Hits OrU'iital hbauty. old' Iicuiiti' Is I tic- c.iiiso of iiilcjjsc and fiery piiLsujn in a vi'onilcrriil toi'CGii fitory of love, adventure, ircr-rhery, (TurliiE atildlne AT THE MAJKSTIC "The Kvc.s of the World" which is being Mpnday, Tuwday :it thu Majestic In is a rowniicQ nl Soullu'ru C'al- linrnla, ami prcduterft havo put In In Ilicir second great "ucl tlir Bailie Inhor oC love that was inin- clcil with Hit: necessary (0 j hi the making of Ihc former gul. Jcct for tho screen, lliiving set gyi1 a blpli stamJard with Clune C'qmnuny thai It coul not affonl to Luviic JisiiaraKinii coru- liarhoir hy Lurjuni; out nn inferior so it inoiioy freely ami tlif! undivided lor six of it a Rrcat studio 'Cot'ce in IMS Angclns imil on the sccuca ot ttio: booh in tho valleys and nioinitalue ol j Sin niul Ttlvcriiilc couii- MPS lo insure an output of St.-; The samo [ihatcKraiJli- cr-s made "Ibmaim" ;i work of until rare lioauty were ciiLrusLiJi] wilh I Oltcn one liear's the not The world, but the .Almost as. truly It may no said in the ot ninny i1 Itii't .the play, .liul the yroiiln hi it." Thoio is no Lut Ihat' the play, "LlUlo Pessy O'Mobro" owes its success lo I lie strong, virile char- act who move ihroiigli the, four stirring acts. They real and not uulonntoils manutiicturccl for atayc Such char- Jivo in every Lis American city, and their proEer-ce in this play rnice more proves thf.L llie American quite'as-ninch inlernsicd ihu real and the usual as It, is in tlie unreal and the grotesque. Tlils. play is ;ii llie .Majeslic tonight. ie coulil apisret-'Iate a well Uil or well Mettled bull. 'Hipping' lit; would rx- t'liiiin and clan hlu :ti a hot ih-ivo would hc'ntoppcd by an itificld- EF- Once just before I left I hoard isiin ehout 'Slide, you bally bounder, antl I knew lie was ilcailucd to bo a fan. Ooodg SB lelng shown uL the- Orphcum, Auril L'nil, A criticism interview litres in most of llie "s-ox prohlem It doL-b not jiaraclo f.vil blm, hut order that niuy conic of 11, it does not UJISLT over the horrid anil morbid 10 LUHimo perverted tastes under Hie prclenco of preaching a treat Jiiorsl losson. The Narsing Mission Provides vlsiUiiK imrsej (or mater- nity and all medical ami (surgical and 1 T A beautiful screen version of Harris Anson's story, Keep Your Feet Still." With dainty Ella Hall as In 'Her Soul's Inspiration' The story of a girl born with music In her feet. The most human, natural and In- spiring photo- play ever prc- senttd to (he public. WRESS L TONIGHT W WHEN IN STOP AT THE HOT AND COLD SHOWER BATHS FREE WITH ROOMS. BILLIARD TABLE, BOWLING ALLEY, SWIMMING POOL AND FIRST CLASS READING HOOM IN CONNECTION. Last Time BEHIND THE SCREEN A surprisingly funny sketch of fffe in a Motion Picture Studio. A into the life ot tho as- sistant director ot a motion picture Company. Charlies upsets All of JseLs" ami the attractive Edna don a overalls antl helps Also the Special Feature "The Lure of with Alice Brady in the leading role. q T Now Albany, hid., fr official Hsla of tho victims of the slonri1 which over ncu- Al- O ".banj- yesterday show tho j .nuinber ot dead to be thlrty- and tho Injured nt t- o o New AIDany, Tncl., TUarch lwc.cn 'twcnly-fivo ond fifty persons killed and probably 100 or moro were Injured p, storm ivlitrh STro.pl itvcr Albany !alo today, dc-inol- Ishmg scores of rcFUlcnccs and sev- eral Iniluslrial plants. Twonty-Hvc are known lo hnvti been rcco'vcrciT, antl it U es- jictteil this will he materially In- (reiucd when all the debris of the MTCckciI buildings has been cleared the lighting for the rcsl- cnrc section or tlio ciiy "was put out, l .coranilsilon by .Lho.storhi, acid the] r.T rescue la rroccctiing closely Mltiou to tiio Ijodioa taken lo iMng esLiblisIiincivts, IJicro i of olhora thai tak- homes. i o (he Arrival LooUhig' for a Home, Xe-.v arri.ain to Ihc city arc finiliug ft very dKffcult Lo locale p.-lionic. To who nrc snt- .'erlng from Ihla inconvenience cud have a liUlu mbnty I IIuvc 11 Splciulid Proposition. A lizmtlftil liUli- home sltnal- In ;i dc.TJr-iblc of the city on fool lol, airy vooniF, all modern convenicncea, KOU'-I repair, fur- nishnj. All ready to walk into. which can. he hnntllGd wlUi Sl.flDO Caslr. Dalance Easy Terms. This will Ket you nut oi youi ilifficulty ami mako you r.ionty on Ihci Imy. Call ani sco me anil get full particulars. FRANK WADDINGTON 5, O. E. E'lilding 770 1Qlh Street G 1 MAJESTIC THEATRE TO-NIGHT AT 8.30 MATINEE AND NIGHT W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS A JOYFUL PLAY OF YOUTH "LITTLE MUTUAL SPECIAL FEATURE IN SEVEN GREAT REELS "Damaged Goods" "What they say about "Damaged "Damagril Goods 15 a Bertuou UUP of Hie most awnkcnlni; we havo Y; "S'ageil a great allcnUon lo detail and wllli (.he delfcatG plot handled In a manner lo prmlyce Hie most Lclllng effect, ivhilc at Hie sainn llnic skirting tlie Ijorders of Impropriety, "Damaged E. Brieii.V drama of the wages or sin, Is visualized in motion picture WaEhiiigioii Pogt. Enacted by the Original Broadway Cast RICHARD BENNETT tnd Co-vyorkers. THE ADVENTURES OF A PRETTY LITTLE IRISH GIRL AMERICA. E1T1 YOU LIKE ROMANCE. 61, STI'RHING ADVENTURE APPEALS TO YOU. If1 YOU ENJOY WHOLESOME COMEDY. fil YOU APPRECIATE A REAL PLAY. THEN YOU ARE ASSURED THAT YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE WITH "LITTLE PEGGY O'MOORE." BEAUTIFUL GCCNERY AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS Evening Pi'iCcs: 75c, 50c. Children '25c. DETTER THAN "PEG O1 MY HEART" lv.r.1 io f.' BURIAL OF LIEUT.( MURRAY. Hdrr.olito'l. ?.Tarch Thii nf Altinrtn London lhat tbc bojy of ".t'vi Murray, wfto vab ago I'mtiri liiirlrd Utnry nnd KfA was. l LAST TIMES J. SELZNICK PRESENTS GLAKA KOH1ALL YOUNG in 8 REtLS "THE COMMON Admlssian: AH 25c. Owing Lo tlic number lurned away last right THE 3HOW WILL RUN UNTIL 12 O'CLOCK MIDNIGHT. Tickets be sold up lo 10 o'clock p.m. MONDAY AND TUESDAY PALLAS PICTURES PRESENT J Lcmirc L'lrich in "The IJoatI to Love" A Mtgnifkcnt Psrimount Drama of iht Algerian Desert. MONDAY and 'TUESDAY Next MAJESTIC THEATRE Nights Comrnencig MONDAY, MARCH 26tK iMiitince Wednesday at 2.150. PRICES EVENINGS 25c, 50e, 75c MATINEE, 25c, Me. SIX THOUSAND FEET OP REAL ACTION Canada's THIS MASTER PRODUCTION WILL BE SHOWN AT THE OF J5c FOR ADULTS AND I5c FOR CHILDREN. TEN GORGEOUS .ACTS IN MOTION PICTURES STAGED ON A4T- SEVEN MONTHS UAL SCENES IN MAKING AT UN- FAMOUS ROM'Nflf LIMITED COST. Made by Clune, Associate Producer of "Tin Birth of a Nltlin."