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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THl LCTHMIMt tmiNTINO BUCHANAN it awl MaftMtnc Direcwi JOflM THI OOMIIM CONTEST IN MEDICINE HAT. jYotjreaaive party Hat cwatltuewy declared itnsflT tor H. W. Wood group policy. In Mitt Ii contrary to out" ot Mr. Crerar and Premier Dnry, ot Ontario. R will be iitemthu to follow hit If Will abandon Mr. Crerar U latter pnta into effect kit oat" policy and makes party 'a real party wkollf to control of ftrmert aa a group or clati? Mr. Gardner, candidate named, to hut advocacy ot the elaaa tyiUm, ii certainly not in accord with the Jeadtr wlir tit with, if the elector! return him to Ottawi. Mr. Crerar trtleomti all clataes to a party which and It totally diitlnct from the old partlet He would eliminate elaaa theory altofether u would Premier Drury of Ontario. Mr. Gardner, on the con- trary, staunchly advocate! the clati Mr. Oardner likely to be the new lor Hat. The farm movement la very powerful In that constituency. Apart from lied icine Hat city and Rtddlffe, tbe eon it wholly rural. It is true them art a number of smail Tillages but they an hi lympathy largely with the movement. It would re a candidate able to poll a solid la Medicine Hat city and Bed cliff and a teatUrtd elwwhere to ortroome the itmcth of the farm en in tto rural dlttrictt. It Is hardly to IM expected old parties can 01 luch a candidate: It they do not, and each a candidate in fltld. then the farmer candidate will til more certain of elec candidate tna the mos nral lection ot the constituency, tha ot it' north of Red Deer river will poll almott a solid vote there It il not .expected that an opponen from the tooth part of. the const! mncy would attract many of th louthern farmers away from the farm candidate. If a contest takes plac It wilt he, likely, more a battle between the rural and urban sections rather than a contest between the old part- let and the naw. THE EASTER MESSAGE The TARIFF REVISION MAY BE HELD OFF. The. Budget, to brought down at Ottawa, very soon, may startle the country with an Increased burden of taxation, drawn largely from new lourcii. The country's financial obli- gations are so heavy that the Finance Minister must flnd new means to meet them. No one need look for tariff changes downward. Mr. Melghen has said that there will be no advance In the exist- ing tariff; Mr. Stevens, of Vancouver, one ot his supporters, and a possible new Member of his minittry, on the other hand, saya there will be in- creases in the tariff. Who are we to credit with telling the truth? Mr. Meighen surely ought to know, yet why .would Mr. Stevens make the statement be did it he knew it to be false. It would not be surprising, despite ths and the inquiry held by the Tariff Commission, it HI revision.of the tariff at all was made at this session of Parliament. The Government may decide it is best to (0 to the for the principle of protection, rather than to show ita liand by revising the tar- iff here and there, and leave itself open to attack on changes made. It is likely to prefer to make the changes, after an election, it It ever gets the chance. It knows that Its revision, if jnade, now would be disappointing to the western men, who have cast their lot with it. Might it not be they could be retained much more easily by few more years of promises than dig- action right now? Tomorrow when Easter Day will dawn mans con- sciousness will be awakened to the fact that life here is not the be-all and the end-all of human existence. To- morrow will be proclaimed the universal truth on which Christianity is based, that there is a life beyond the grave. Thereby Christianity becomea a creed of hopefulness in telling us that life is but a pilgrimage from the Here to he Hereafter. Take away the hope of a resurrection, and Christian- ity becomes a barren faith. The Man who came to inspire a new vision and to implant a sustaining hope in the human breast showed us, as He made His way from the Gethsemane of Tears, through the portals of the Judgment Hall, and along the road to the hill where He paid the expiation for the sins of mankind, that the garden grave to which His body was consigned was not the end of Me. On the third day He rose, to ascend from Mt. Olivet and to go to prepare, as He declared, a place for us. The Divine Sacrifice was made to accentuate tne truth of the Resurrection. It put the finishing touch to the great lesson which the Creator through the mouthpiece of Nature exemplifies day in and day out as the seasons follow one another in their course. It requires no poetic fancy to call'the earth we live in "the garden of resurrec- tion." The grain sown breaking into the green blade, the sap rising in the branches of the dead to appearance trees, the glorious bloom that later issues from the seed buried in the Mil proclaim that death is tut an appearance. In the mystery of life below there is witnessed the mystery of maa's life beyond. Perplexing is the mystery, but its truth is there. The Easter message is a message of radiance, empty tomb of the Resurrection Morn tells us that life does not end in emptiness but that it is merely a passing phase from ohe existence to another. To many of us, as we pass through what is a Vale of Misery, .there is the great inspiration of the "green hill far where on its cross a dying Savior hung to tell mankind that to every- one there will dawn the Easter of a new life. Immortality is an instinct in the human race. The Indian looks to life in the "happy hunting ground. Othei creeds have their own beliefs of the future life. But in what they look to they seek for the fulfilment of human desires and human aspirations, in their conception of what constitutes happiness. The Christian faith as com- pared with these is sublime. It is not the Promised Land of theieathen which is opened to us aiter the passing throughthe Valley of the Shadow of Death. The resur- rection Christianity points to is the resurrection of a spir- itual body. The corruptible, as the Apostle tells us, shall Prot..t put on the incorruptible death become swallowed in victory, with the image of the earthly bearing the image of the heavenly. So the Easter message brings its radiance, and_ it brings its consolation. It tells us of that Great Reunion and softens the sting of bereavement. Those who have died, it triumphantly proclaims, have not passed into noth- ingness. The dead still live. Out of sorrow, tribulation, and parting shall result the Great Awakening. There is still a destiny before us. As the Easter message is received and as it is realized in each human heart, so the great church festival will bring its comfort, hope, and consola- tion, exalting the individual in the true sensing of the mission of life below, and bringing home the truth that here "we have no abiding city but seek one to come THE LETHBR1DQB DAILY HERALD PRES. WOODS REITERATES GOSPE OF CLASS GROUP SATURDAY. MARCH (By a SUB Reporter) MB1MCINB HAT, Mar. In tpeech that Itated (or nearly an hoar delivered before the Medicine Hat U. r. A. convention tonight, II. W. Wood, ot U. P. X., reaffirmed bit gospel of the dast group, anraonlth- ng the TOO farmer! that packed Empress theatre, not to turn back to the olil Ulols as did ancient Israel to the flesh poU of Egypt, but rather to stay firm on the baits of their the Canadian Council of Agriculture, that the latett raovo on the part ot tho government to undermine thn political ot tho farmers' movement the appointment of a commission to InvcitlKHio 'he mar- keting conditions of. tho country. It was under the of benevo- lence, but the motive was to dl- the farmers and besmirch varl- oui farmers' co-operative companies. Ha wai pleated to know that H. strength, Sreap ormulutlun. Tho W. Wood had declined the Invitation address wai clOMlr followed anil wna punctuated with outbursts of up- auie. Referring to the reports that a com- promise betwMB the labor group and the farmers wai being atitated, Prei. Wood dramatically declared: "For God's sake don't do He said it rould never work harmoniously as the two clauei had different points of view. ''I would a thousand times rather see you recall your candidate and endorse a straight labor candl- to become tho third member of the grain Inquiry board. Mr. Lambert, referring to the farm- ers' movement, taid that they were "weaving a new texture lato na- tional lite at Canada." He urged tho delegates to alive to their respoual- bllity. enemy, characlerliod by Premier Melghen, was a mott deter- mined and uncompromising one, he said. Premier Mcighen wat a cool- headed politician who knew what he wanted and left nothing undone to date than liind your man to :i mongrel attain his ends. The fight would he u platform. compromise do la- bor no good and it would do ua Ir- reparable said tho farmers' leader. Norman P.-Lambert Norman P. Lambert, secretary of (Continued from -Front Page) For the time is drawing nigh, Wflen we'll have to say bood-bye To a Government Uiat will not work tor all. After the shouting and smoke of him thatsacciuaintance and knowledge. Western Canada .vertamly needs set- tlf-rs, it it is to develop and prosper. Mr. Crerar ia right when nays that ur railway pioblerh cannot be unless wa fill up the vacant spaces o aic-ng our lines. We need Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is telegony? 2. What is the life of a submarine cable? 3. How far can the sword of the swordnsh penetrate? 4. What does the. word come from? 5. What are the earliest temper ance organizations? 6. Who were the first to inven tales and make books of them? galei THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS What arc the three degrees o as known to seamen? What does the word "wife1 c.ome from? mi'.lions of 9'ivle busily nngased in pioducing our rich natural re- soirees, if we are to solve thn Ifir.B that at prcaeni face na. In ir-3 those new -fiLcrs we con- fine, our efforts to the races that are best fitted to make good citlnens. In- creased population is necessary, but not for the only of adding to our centni figures. The people we want are thoie who will become Can adlan through and through, and will bend their energies to 'buildins up Canada as a great nation with the best of Idealt. We don't want the man j what are the dog watches, and from Europe who more of his native home tl an the -land that has given him shelter and occupation. Wa lon't want the people who flock to- gether in colonlet, live the European ife, and talk the European language, and absolutely refute to be assimllat- d. Such people will never make Canada what it should be. General McJUe realizes' these iMts, and ia' certain to direct his efforts to get the finest type of Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian settler for our western farms. the nomination business had cleared away the convention got down to routine work. The resolutions com- mittee brought in several resolutions which were adopted, after soma dis- Introduce Resolution One of the retolutlons dealt with the curtailment of pipe line privil- eges. The request of the Imperial Pipe Line company, asking for wido pow- ers, was mentioned in the resolution to the provincial government. Tho resolution favored strongly the limit- ing of all future pipe line privileges. Another and the most important resolution was enthusiastically pass- ed, dealing as it did with a matter of outstanding interett just in- vestigation by a commission ot the wheat marketing system ot Canada, ion read: Appointment Whereas, the Dominion Govern- ment has intimated that it ia their in- ention to bring down enabling legta- ation authorizing the appointment ot a commission to investigate the gram mainess, and Whereas, this investigation, If pro ductive of the best resiiHs, must necessity be wide enough in its scope to include all phaset of the business methods of the present Board of Grain Commissioners and its mem- :er. and, "Whereas, the press are reporting that it is the intention of the govern- ment to appoint as a member of that commission, W. D. Staples, now a member of the Board of Grain Com- missioners, and, this would appear to us as an attempt on the part of the gov- ernment to block an investigation into the business methods- of the 'Therefore, be it resolved, that we convention are opposed to tho appointment on this commission of a member ot the present board, and that copies of this resolution be to the Right Honorable Arthur Meigh- fcn, prime minister of Canada, Hon. W. L. McKemie King, leader of the Liberal Opposition, and Hon. T. A. Crerar, leader of the Progressives. Delegates Leave At a late hour Thursday night th? delegates began leaving for the north, west and south. Some travelled miles to attend the convention. The representation was exceedingly good the official count totalling 319. hard one, he said. Wood's Speech Pres. H. W. Wood spoke in part as follows: The action that the convention had taken that day marked the beemulns of a new era in politics in this coun- try. Untrammelled and undictated to the rank and file had done their own nominating. Someone else had not done their thinking for them. Thus they were at lasK developing real citizenship capacity. The movement meant that farmers ol the Medicine Hat district had made more progress toward real democracy in two years than their parents had made in their whole lives, and their more remote ancestors in 200 years Like all progressive movements, thlt POPULATING OUR WESTERN PRAIRIES. No better choice as directing head of the Western Canada Colonization Association could hare been made thin Major-General A. D. McRae. A man with a geiiiut for organization he practically devoted the belt yean of hit career to colonization work. He was atioclated with the late Colonel Darldton in opening up and Mtt'.lnc treat itretch ot country between Raglu aad Saskatoon. the kted of Kttltm Wettern Canada and be knetri when to get IMM. UU lone Baa movement evilly tnokM ot. modern cry ot kuriad by heir at the orgtiJted farm- ers was another way-of saying that they 'were pottetfied of Hut we don't rind our tryion to cast nut thin ilovll became you snow Satan has not that Juttlflet Croup The Justification for orirtnixallfln on an economic thnt it ho only way to develop un edlclent social group capable ot solving loclal problems. The movement had gotten lo a point where a would be fatal. It would be fatal to get off the PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR T H MAN Navigation will open on on April 4, ill earlier thin ticlnated. Harry Phillips of at. Thomaa, hat bora chief ot police fe. rock-bottom basin of the ilngle grouu. I Fort Stanley. All strength out ot organisation and the mlnnto group organisa- tion receives a disintegration in. The farmers were pursuing this course became there was no other. The preservation of tho class organisation was the fundamental thing. Thli lenon ihould be taught to the soni and daughters ot tho farmerr so that the work would gath- er from generation to gen- eration. Mr. Wood cautioned the dele- gates not to expect miracles to be per- formed when the farmers attained Dower at will come slowly, he sald.-Jle further advliert thorn- not to criticise blindly the act- ions of their to make they were right before usins any means ot bringing htm into lino with the opinion! which they held. MOOSE JAW AMUSEMENT TAX BY-LAW QUASHED MOOSE JAW, Mar. city has been served 'with notice ot an ap- plication to quash the recently-passed amusement tax by-law, which under powers delegated to the city-by amendments to the City 'Act, was pass- ed at the meeting of the council on March The application claims that the by-law !s ultra vires because ot breach of nrovTedure also that the powers given the city have been'ei- ceeded. The application will be heard before Judge ouieley on April fourth. Alexandria Bay tiihermta an meeting with unusual IUCMM ii Iturgwn fUhiaj-. Student! ot St. .TrroiM Collect celebrated St. Patrick'i day hy i parade in Kitchener. Thieves broke into the G. T. R. tion at Beachville and itoll clothlni a sum of money. John Collini.'poitmaeter ot Honora died from effects of an tn the bush whllo chopping The pay of election officials in thi coming referendum in Ontario yWil. be lew than the lormsr ichedule. W. W. LaChance, of St. Catharines has bem aiked to plant foi the new consolidated school for tic dlitricti of Hertchal and Faraday it North B. Winner, pretident and tecretary of McLaren fe Co., St. Catharines, has been fifty yeari with the firm. The bill to introduce a Divorce Court in Ontario has met so ranch opposition that It will likely be dropped. Bonds of town of Sandwich the value of have been sola to a Toronto firm on a basis ot aboul 6.70 cent. The leaning of Easter I am the Returrectlon and Life; that belioveth In Me, though wtr. d.ad, yet than he iivt: and whoqwver llveth and in Me thall never XI, 25, 26. Now It Chritt risen from the dead and come tfie flrtt frultt of them that lltpt. For by man death, by man alto retur- rection of-the detd. For at In Adam all even so in Christ thall all be Corln- thiant, XV, 20-22. YESTERDAY, TOMORROW AND. WORLD'S THREE GREAT ANNI- VERSARIES. ANGLICAN St. Auguatln'a Church, cor. and 11th St. M. Barrow, Reottr. Rectory, 212 8th St. S. Telephone All Services IN CHURCH On Easter Sunday. Holy Communion, 8.00 and 9.30 a.m. Matins 10.15. Matins and Holy Communion (tully at 11.00 a.m. Children's Service at 3 p.m. Pres- entation of Lenten Pyramid Address at this service by Mr. A. W. Neal, late of the Church Army. Evensong at 7.30 p.m. Special Easter music at all services. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBFtlDGF. Rev. T. D. Jonei, Pastor 127i 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th and 11th W. fUv. Chat. E. 8.D. Paatw Ernttt F. Layton, Organist and 11 -Bible School and Bible message. 12.10 a.m.- Classcs. Brief Easter program. 4 Baptismal service. service. The German Government has been notified that it must pay the amount of twenty billion marks by May 1. It may or may not. Teachers, according to th1! edict of the Superintendent ot Schools, Mor- gantown, W. Va., are banned from at- tending dances. Participation in the }azz In not reckoned to put jazz into the next day's work. why were they introduced? 4. In what reigns did the "Vica of In the well known song live 5. Who was the author of the say ing "Nature abhors a 8. Where, did Europeans tirst act- ually settle in Canada? ANSWERS t. A frssb gale, a strong gale, and a heavy galo. 2. From the verb "to weave." While a girl was spinning her wed- ding clothes she was simply a but .when her task wat done and she was married she became a wife, or one who has already woven iier allotted task. 3. The dog watch the shortest watch kept on ships, from 4 to G. The other watch is the "long watch" of four hours. The dog watches were in- troduced to prevent one party always keeping watch at the same time. 4. Charles II, James II, William HI, Anne, and George I. Galileo. 6. At Port Royal, now Annapolis Royal, in Nova Scotia. Settled in 1605. EGGS TOBOGGAN The Alberta Government intends to give tbe British public a tratlon ot the merit of Canadian beef. This is a far more practical policy than "beefing" about the in- lattice of the embargo, in tho results snipped U It bound to _ St. Presbyterian Church, COALHURST 0. S. HamMton. Llndiay- 1 Trail Hangers' Bible Study at 10.30 a.m. Sunday School at 11 a.m. Children's Easter address by tne Pastor. Girls' Pilgrim Mission Band at 3 p.m. Special music at fuc Evening Sen-ice at 7.30 p.m. Risen Lord." to Fact of Resurrec- by Rev. G. S. Hamilton. Broken Crucified Lord." of Jesus." Everybody cordially invited. Mlc3 Erlka Olander Choir Leidcr, Mrs. F. Jackton 10 of the Stiaday School in flail. 11 a.m.: Morning Ssrvire. Subject: "The Stone Was Rolled Away Be- cause It Was Very Great." 2 and Primary de- partments of the riunday School in the Hall. 2 Dept. ot tho Sunday School in the Church. People's Bible Class lu tho Kail. 7.30: Evening Service. Subject: "It Behooved Christ to Suffer." SPECIAL EASTER MUSIC Sciln: "Open the Gates of tho Tem- by Miss Mcllvena. Duet: "Light at Even by Mr. and Mrs. Jarnieson. Solo: "I by Mr. Wm. Scott. Anthem, by the "Tbe Appeal of the Crucified." "The Firtt Eas- ter Morn" Solo: "I Know That My Redeemer Llveth" Evening Anthem: "Who Shall Roll Away the Ston'e" I.Iale Chorus: "Holy and Blessed" Chorus: "Hallelujah" Solo: "Jerusalem" Mrs, Hugh Crawford. 'Orgsn Prelude commencing at 7.10: "Easter March" Prayer aud Cradle Song Triumphal March (B. Luard KNOX PRMBYTKRIAN CHURCH Cwtitr Mil A. H. Phone 402. C. J. anil Choir Leader. SASKATOON, March have taken a record slide during the last fep.w weeks and bottom prices were reached today when they were offered at 25 cents a dozan. Lack of! exncr; demand and consequent glut- tinK of the market la -oason vnm-ud by the Thn first loaded ani aftur- noon, COALHURS1 PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Services held In the old Bap- tist Church, opposite St. Mat- thew's Church. Sunday, 11 Service. Sunday, 2.30 School. Sunday, 7.30 ic Service. Wednesday, 7.30 gcllttlc Service. Friday evening, meeting. A hearty welcome extended to ill. BETHANY HALL 13th Street North Sunday Meeting! 11 and Breaking 01 Bread. 3 School. 7.30 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner ot 3rd Avenue and 9th atrtn Rev. P, W. Dafoe, Minltter Mr, B. Director of Chclr WHAT WB STAND BJ3H Evangelical Ministry, Regenerate Membership, Heligluns Liberty. Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Morning Worship at 11. Subject: "The- Risen There will: tie sn open session of the Sunday School, ano thn Ordinance of Believers, Baptism will be ad- ministered. Evening Service at 7.30. Snbject: "An Easter Message." The Ordinance of Baptism will be administered at oioso of service. 10 School. 11 Dept. 11 Serried 2 BrotMrt. 4 7.30 Service. Sub- ject: "The Light." KNOX CHURCH EASTER MUSIC -March" (Lem- It Began to Dawn of the (Wil- Vocal God Shall Wipe" aung by Mlts Patenon. m in A" (Clegff Declare Unto You" in D" Vocal by Allan Millhouse. THE TENTECOSTAL MISSION SIS 7th Strtet S. John McAlltttr SPECIAL EASTER SERVICES o'clock. o'clock. Sunday p.m.: Evangelist Robert Gilletple, of Van- couver, will preach morning and eve- ning. Everybody welcome. Wednesday, ing. S meet- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd and 8th St. School. Society. Service. NOTICE be Church notice should handed in the evening day of publication to Insure insertion. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Servir.e at 11 a.m. Sunday School, 12.10 cm. Testimony Meeting, Wed. a.t S p.m. Reading Room, Hull Block, ope daily from 3 to 5 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. and V'ih Ave. George W. Ret. 1016 Ave. 8. Phone 1493 Priesthood worn ing at 9.00. Sunday School Sunday morning at 10.30. Sacrament Meeting Sunday after- noon at 2.00. M. A. Meeting Sunday evening at 7.30. Relief Society Tuesday afternoon at 2.30. Primary Association Saturday af- ternoon lit 3.00. SALVATION ARMY We believe all men may be suvei, Sunday 11 meeting. 2 People't company elan. 3 meeting. 7.30 for Souls. Week Night Monday P, worker! charge. Tuesday practice. Wednesday meeting. Thursday mett- ing. Band In attendance. Frltlny cadet Saturday meeting, Adjutant Hardy and Lieut. Tarlett, commanding officers. Kaster services will be con- ducted hy Y. P.. S. M. Mr. Frayne, assisted by the local commanders, officers .beinK away attending General Booth meeting In, Caljary. Teacher Training evening at 7.30. Class Thursday ASSOCIATED BIBLE 418 6th St. South, Sundayi, p.m.: Bible Study. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. Bible Study, followed hy prtlte, prayer and tes- timony nuettnf. All Weltorr.r. Colltctlen All publications of Society may now be obtained locally, Including- I "i'lnialied ;