Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'llIDAY, MAHCII'.IO, 101? TJIR JJiTllDHIIKlK DAILY MKHALM I'ACilJ SliVICN. TUB NEWESTjienBpv THE MINISTRY UNQER CHURCH UNION By Major The Rev. R. Bruce Taylor, Montreal. and Dropsy, KMney, UUddtr aii'l Uric AcU trouUM fcthifl tiilicjy to inuiiy. Whim thn Idilncjs weak ordieeufoJ. (hcso natural liJlrr: Con H J d oinble HS lo the y of tlic ministry do not cleanse llio liboJ audlcleiilly and the aro carried lo alt juris of llio body. Thcro folium ichea inil pains, heaviness, drowsiness. mallsin. pfyjjili) (litre are s-harp Cains In tho luck and tolns laJiIcr disorders atiJ obstlci- ato dropsy 'J'lip urta acM sometimes forma Into gravel or kidney atonca, When HID uric. atld iffcm tha muscle zixl joliiU, It causes lumbago, rheumatism, or sciatica, Tblsls Die time w 117 "Atjurlc." fur trial package. During digestion uric acM Is absorbed IcLla thn eyAtcm front ealon, and even from poem Tlio I'-oot kWricys get tlrtJ Ittctaclia tvglns. This Is a good lioin lo Ink.) "Anurltr." tlm ufcvrillscovcrjof llr, (or Khl- HCV irorrMo and iNVjrtrcicd kidney IrouWo Is resiwnslblu lor mirty and Insurance Com funiin- JiiK doctors aJivays tun, tho watT vl an imiLlcaiit Lcforo a policy will Lo tssuc-J. lluvo you livcif set asldoa hottloor water nipiit or SQitlliif foiucUmrs JmllcaUs kid- tifx trouble. tnio iKiiuro and chir- ic-Tisr fjf e.-'pocJally Ujoso of (lie kidneys and urlnsry can oltcn to doiernilnoJ by n earnliil ao- Ihlr. Is rlnrio.tyr fixperl chemists n[ tba Maffor Urn Invalids' Hotel, If >DU wish to know your condition send a of your water to Doctor Plprca'L Invalids' Hotel, JIuiTalOj N, Y.. and de- icrlbo your symptoms. It will bo ei irnlNcd Hilhwit any cxninsc to you, ami Doctor I'lerco or his Stair of Ashling Physicians will Inform you UuLJhtullj, BKOW TIIYEKLT I all about yoursclt, your syawin, nornn I'lirtu9, fu tho rfJonimnn Mcifki'al of IfJS paKcs. S4'.nd to Mr. V. M. Vitrcc, Hnffiilo, N. v., U) In ono-ceili sLainiji (or acliiUi- bounJ copy. prepaid. ID Lhc United Church, Tho encoof (ho UQ uetwcca tnlnletcreand people httfl a Us ay a been a aU'ong point wllli PreabyterlHiia. They have .feK (hit the Itinerating ayeteui of '.he was Justllled mainly vftiQri tho ministry of a lets hlrlily educated lyjie than tht J'ree- mluislry, end there danger that Q man Buy alt tl.at hfl had to eoy In A limited term ol ytira. The oyctem bnrdly a inlnlHtcr time lo dovn tjeloro Jie onco again on the move, tnd It prevented thut closo pc-raopal rela- tion mlttbtor und people which subsists when llie mlnUlcr inis held hla pulpIL for yravn r.ud IjRft hell ME giiivv up from rhklilhood, Binih n man hue .1 hold that DO idfsTf, preaching filtl itin He proved hlrusell In .nil fndinack'G of tho paslora) re- lation. lie his In Joys and sbrrov.'s. He renipmhci's tbc and wounding plauts la Ihe lives of thrFo deform him lift never c.m jjrearli In Ihe void, for every dlllQU aiJd clrcuiraunce of life he lias ktiown to be In the of eonia ot hie people, Our BO pressed with labor thai (heir booV Mork Rti'l hard study have got. behind aud lliflL- frfflhoeba U Roue; or nrcy J liven rightly or IIAB nerved prattlcilljr- latsot In tbe Do Ite-i Church, The" mirifstiry' to bo u-Hhont a "Tho, illncvat ti lo be dropped--" At present i.hen a charge vacant Ihe- ftica IU choice on aomc mfnlelcr, md the 'matter lo come heror'e Iwo byterlw( the PrcBbylery tLi Jurhdlcllon of vrkluh tho mlnlitu baa bMn and Prwsby tery to Ific congregotlon Is giving the In Ibe Herlin. Mar. "Germany never had the slightest In- tcnlloci of nltnchlni; (ho Unik'il States ol America and does not have sucli II never desired war Jig.iiTisl ihe or America aud not desire it was Lhc declaration made by I he German im- perfal chaiteellor, [Jr. [Ictbniaun- HolhvoK. in a sprccli In thu Hctclis-. tiij; today, Thu chancellor made Im- portant declaration a concern injj -Ocr- inany's policy lowurd Hip United anil I'ussi.i. "Moiv HICK': IhlngE askPd Hie ch'.inccllor in speak ing of llio rcliitiotis with the'United Stales. Hi- then imnx-Lil'-il lo aiiiwor -tbc 'mention by rcvleivinp (lie which led up lo ihe German USD of tnbmarlti'-'s iji unrestricted ivnrfa UuLtec] Church the concrccatlon In the ume will send ft call lo minister, and Ihts call come be lore the Settlement CommlltM, whkl In 11) IE manner the pi ice o( Ib I'rcfibylery. [jarnRrapb In the Basi of tho Union deallci; the congvc choice of a ralnLitcr run tbus: "Any pastoral charge In of a vacancy may attend a call or ic TlUIJon to any pfojwrly .mlnlelcr or ministers, but tht rlgh of appointment shall rest v.llh ih Settlement Committee, whkli rrlll re- port lo the Confcrcnco for In for ma tlon only." Two Innovations hare bnen mtti ID the procedure with refareuce Ihf supply of men tor mini tnd In both cteEs Ihey Eecta lo tnei felt ivanta. Only IhoM itho are I Lhc ivoric of Hie ministry, know ho often men feel that (liej- Lava'read I The llmtt of In. ra irltlch lisa in- la their wrongly stl the them; or some rrow may IIIIYI come Into their end they ft-cl IhW- a t'hanijo ould lake thtm from ocIalloiiB a give be.ck tu ctr Jof. Under the pretext t'j'iU'ni iey can got a change only by tn'.rr- Into public competition, and w heir becomes knov.'u lo avery- ody. Vlioy arc In the hum Di- li: F position of her men who may UP twenty or ilrty yc-ara Junior to tlitm. Uurtrr IE new e IJBU can in- mate to tlic Sttileinepl CcmmllttB tat tie vrould ivelcomfl a rtar.go, nd a con lion CP.M act Sn Ilia anic way. Ojie snc.t problem. of thi1 Ministry has to each the piipn has been Iticffl. lent or Indolent. Inefficiency w.-La txcn anil Lave Uera cund dlficuli in opt: rat I on, fn the United Church when a coiigrrKaUoii to Intimate (hat on ltd part I Is rfeiijy for 2 change, It will avoid edlous SBC! ijjvJdious process. second Innovation Ibat hoa been In- rodurM has Uccu borrowed from the iracllce ot the Established Church il Scotland. Thnre, It a !i not filled up Vfllbln six months, (ha 'reshylcry musf Intervene nail flll uy he vacancy Itself. There are Itw vlls In Ufa grenttr tun R prolonged vacancy. Tiie pro- vision In the United Church following hese IB that "whoa a pastoral hurge about to teroaia vaci.ni at the end of the conference ynar falls to rail or Invitation within time specified by the Oencral Coun- cil, the Settlement CoiiirnltLee shall make an Rpnolnlnicnt." Tlio government ol tho United Church IB lo be ID the bands ot presbyteries, the conference snd Ihe coimtH, ScaEloua aud preabyterlts ire just what been used to. The conference [5 pracllcnlly a sirenElhenlag of tUe eyaod which In Prfabrte'rlfiiilREn hrt3 never been or mucK Eer'lce. The Is to meel ouce a year, nrt la lo have oversight of a fjreat Joa) of matter Ihsi at oi-er- loada general Msetubly; broadly spaklng. Is to have the oversight ot religions life within IU hoiibtia and to deal tvHb mat tore arlalnc oul of Ihe pastorale. The COUD- ell, which will correflpond lo the cm- era! assembly, uill icfteL ouce In iivo years and (he eenf.nl tollijy ot the Cliurch. Sucli a. inllcr Is a lli'.ns Ibau have aL nro. Dwellers in Country Will Be Al- lowed to Make. Own Deliv- ery of Liquor. THE ROMANOFFS. I mm Now York A Prusso-MlhUiiLikni, oiiu Ivan PIvlnnvJLcli. "Kdl" Chrltillnnltj' hi tht; Hilj-im-nUi (oiUilry, a hi (lie Ht-i-vfcp of tin- (Ii tinri Dukes of Moscow. Hit; b'ju. Aiidrmv Kohy- la, the- lirht [-'or shako Asia entirely off In Ills an- ncM'li'm til liLs I'ounlvy Lo Kuropo, Koini-lliiiiB of Sfinlriiinia dlngH to tliu rSpcctol W Kdmnnloii, March In roniDifllcc of llio wlioln lust nlsM Ihe loplelalurG anrl reported (or a third reading ilic farm loan hill and tlic to aineml (lie Jlijuor act. In rcKfird lo Ilic former the most Im- portant rhniigo U the increasing of he inuxlinum loan lo J.YGOn Jiistcad of J'J.OOO as fn the The Liquor Act. Thn rirnc-nrtmcnt lo ihc liiiuoi- atl rr-slrlcllng Ihe ijuanULv to one (mart Hiree liurilretl llio family pros- pcrnil. A justify the lurnioF: down of the otto jccausc ihe Government had not takci L chunk off the iirotftt of IhciiMinllloj natiufaclurer, and sialliii; Ilial all Ih eacririces should not fall on Ihe far nera. No one will dispute; Hint, bn we must not forget thai there arc four liuntlrcil tlionsand Cnnnillans wli Liavc made skater than nianutarmrers couUl it lliey were lo jo nil profits, or the wtic.it groncr- clthcn Maiiy of these men surrender- ed excellent iiqEllions; all their lives, hiany have made the great sacrifice, and for what? To fiRht for Canada, to fiplit for Ilic Empire, to fight for the world, so Ihal democracy may prevail. These hicn did not say, wo arc rlEliliiE our lives, we lite sac- rlllcliiB our hUurc, we are going to live a life (If wo do live) such as Hell could nol exceed. Did Ihcsc men hold Ihe country up for enormous pay? And what arc we wlio are staying .it borne .doing? Some ot llipsft miser- able manufacturers have accumulated arc only ghouls, but a lu quoquc argument, docs nol' release lite farmers from Uicir obligation, Xovr food is just as necessary lo win tbc war ns munitions and men: the latter who have innrtc such sac- rifices Ihat words cannot describe. Tlio jnaiiUfflcturer or producer ol food, who refuses a. fair offer for their products, arc worse than the com- mander of n German submarine who I sinks n mcrchanl ship. H may be re Ipulslvc to lilm lo do so. He rtoca II I to help his country lo win. The far-1 :uer-wlio lakes nflvantnfic ol Ihc war1 ia helping liimsclf. 1ml lic.lping j lh.e enemy Mso, v I 1 ho clcrnal to Ihe western wliral growers (f Ihc inirnl is tompsllrd lo coiumanrteer our Youra truly, M. lUlI.EY. milled lo [i northern weekly an cfTus entitled "The Lay of tire hark.' It ivas reUirncd wilh this editoria no to: "llcjectctl willi thanks. Send a fe- spcclmeiiR of tlic lay of tlic hen jus noir. rt'ill gladly accent Fully modern house on 6lh Ave. A, S. Sir, rooms AnJ bath, full concrtie First clasi. condition. A snap 'for consider terms. APPLY: CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR1 i DAVIDSON MINERS Inhale Impure Air which, weakens luiiys, throat and Ivatls to xiin c .consumption. like SC EMULSION (all andivintc their blood aniUtrcngthen ihe ihroat nhd lungs, toniainB pure fad livci alcohol or harm- ful drqgBrrit-buildB strength and iicU.'u a bracing tonic. ijjd like SCOTT'S ciufcH Lindsay, ;f C.NMl. bagEsiKc irinsicr lias Ijccn Uansfer- red to fl similar position at Hie I.'iifon tioii, Winnipeg. SHEEP I-still have about' sheep for sate, including lambs and breeding Will any number, from 100 up. 'Prices from 10.00.-per head up. RAI5Y Alexandra Hotel 3'1-r, Phone 717 Notice to Farmers! We siiiiplicii you villi liclpinllid'alloflfllfi iiuii n'everiil .veal's be- fore. WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMAND THL3 YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDGE i CALGARY OFFICES. Semi in your orders1 now. We have the men. PHONE YOUR ORDERS, 1412 LETHBRIDGE, MW55, CALGARY. J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CALGARY S2-G FARM LABOR L. L. Hartman, provincial government Agent (Dept. of Ag- riculture) for the distnbutinn of (arm labor in the LeLhbridge District his taken offices in the Board of Trade building, Lcth- hrldge. Office Hours: Fanners Should eet m touch with Mr. Hart man nt once and Farmers should state wages and class of men required. Farm Laborers Requiring work will be directed if they will call at the office. Hontcscekers Will also receive Information re- garding available homesteads in the province and be supplied with maps, literature, rale 6, etc., by Mr. Hartman, No Matter Wliatihi Weather '-'I T is loday--- Spring is licrc. Time I'oi1 new -shirts. dsiys and days we have been unpacking, marking1 ;uul on Uieir Ihe new Fashion Craft Spring Suits and Overcoats Our store is I'till of them, and they're about liny smarle.sl lonking'' .sjtring clothes we, have ovci1. C'ojne in and look them over with ns. Don't feel yon have to buy now, just look the styles over. be to see yon and yon will lie pleased yon came. Spring Suits to Spring Overcoats, to LOUIS Fifth Craft ('lollies .Shop.