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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 4:1 WliKLY Subaertptlon Rates : Daily, del]Te}^ed par week;........15 D*ny, deliVefed, tp* jreir' ... .$7.60 Daily, by mall,^ per year .$4.00 Weekly, by ip&il, per year......$1.50 Weeltte, bymftll, per year tq U.S. .$2.00 Dates orwcplfy 6t subscriptions appear, daily on address label. Accept-�n,ee-tff-papers arter^explratlon date is onr^-atatbdrity to continue the sub-, f ^crtption. - WE fillANp.jTOQeTHER. : -You-i-mtid iijnur fmmlty mutt �URd -vHottttfVK to'atmiUder with evbry l>tlt�� family ih this:wide Do-mlTflonuti^.: Itroteet ;the~ fabric of Canadian commerce - flAd Indus-� try, ao^hatwe^ivMtandthe strain I' of th^^f^ant^nadjMfurient after It. Ih ifome otherj janda �dmmerce ^^ihalir'flc^ happen ' f^a�if>-Are ^qi^aW^l^uarlerB in B^Ifiudi re'it-ai^^wPJK* eastern boundaftr tl^^nn&y ^Me the ceberal statt located, andy-^tre .Kaiser Wilhelm i(}iB|^lf-:t.t|inei:^robably more j ^ojrti^l^SBt*ca�p'-!from Gernjaa' ifJg^^IhaS'ieJ'SMCri^oip^d.te can do in' etlSm&ifiS the alUM^tttsb steward' the , It is at Spa today that a momentous Bc4e/i8''fflKllk"pi�ce:' The "courier ^ttrSiiilHb^iks ol the aUM,^ tl(^-M^lip(>l^d bv kawhal foch was dife to an^atfjfiiSji tWB;>|n^^ W TeceiT�|.yi^ /lump ot the Gerjnaii^, nh thU;M�i**t inuftt'ibe "yea"; of "nift" OnV'i'rtniKbt imanaUHea anst w4^%m Bait tiie tfi^iob; hiks^Ve^A snaiie plaift by OiSSr^'Pobh: CMiaefal ej&jectattttniVwii'tlrttt'thB Ttoawrt'wm fci dft1aV.�iw''by ^iBMeK^odiy, 6lv%t,l8 due^o be,rec9rded ^Taoon. This" together -with the British ll crossing the Scheldt at k'oumal and .^^Idking^ik^on .M0jUr]i{aces the -German, .^armies remaining in'the small triangle x\in France.ia a most.precarious posi-' l>. tion, and it would-not be at all sur-fj^Jprising: If many diviBions were cap-%",tu5�(d;]n,.0ijP net,.lot/the. roads'tiWiViri'badly "bloclted, and demoral-^^ication of the Sun forces grows eac^ ^jbonr. V Capture, and . fji'-can only be staved ofj/by Oeman ac-' #tceptancB .of. Foch's terms before the fUime limit-r!-which expires .on-Mondiy t|M 11 o'clock. 5ri rIkiWiB'tor'geif^ut'^ot thiB-eWTWlVlila-' jpsed trap that the Germans yesterday as^ed f6r a provisional immediate sus-jOension^JiqaUJlties for the. purpose f of discussing, armistice/^:Foclr-/^;.saw ; tbrai2g�lg�S^aBe,^%d fe^d^HMfueal^^as �J not delayed a mintrte. ./��\ . THE M>^ACK^TEDDV, 1}EMANDS r j[Theodore..^fblsii�elt' at New 'V�rk), VWe aball accept no peace^not bas-ed^jsn tn� unconditional surrender of Germany and her vassal.iaMles,: Aus' tria and Turkey from the>yeH!B of-the Austrian, the Magyar aiid^llje .Turki" Therefore, (nrus, and| is � reflection 'upon oUr dood^'taitht to have remained so long without de-' daring war On Turkey,.for It,ls>mers hypocrisy to talk-of making tbe world; safe for democracy'90 lortg as we are not at war With Turkey an^ have not insisted upoiKputtiiig the Turk out of Europe and freeing the Armenian and the Syrians of aU creeds frorti' his yoke and giving t>alestine to be, made a Jewish'-state. "I would not subject the German or the Maygar to the dominion of any one else. But neither would I permit them to lord It'over any one'olse> The true way to put a sto.o to Germany's ability egafn to convulse the worlcl by an effort to secure world dominion fa to give, not autonomy, but freedom to altMhe nations that now cower under the tyranny of Germany ani her allies. .Belgium, of course, must be !i n,lniater�: i j.jfj , ja ly. j .., Loving � Enemies  les,r Bkt ire nm? riot bo vindictive Rl>a revfUigetul. \t\ro, for the sake of destruction, .rue|l JSermanr�'cit}6s-^to the grquftd, d06frov,. >rt-Viip�siireaL, and. ^mu^er n6n-^ombBtai|it$, and pay baoK'i in-'Idnd'-ihfj woulil be retSnj^  It woaict-1>e-��ilWiitIictor/'to the Say-lotur'a Command-"lo^wyour enemies."' :Jesn��-wliB- 8pea)diig?-ttf a people to whom "Avenge iwas sweetu,-the old dictvm.:�.;tooth^,! wa^ alill dear to them. This.cobtepi^kn ot life must be chang-Sd,,^iB��i.e.^y,ie>.cojn}uaiui- "ioxa,your. onenjles."-��iW^y- are Mvmg in the, gos--peh diSPen8ay4n- '�'^he King^^t^" iof' ;Gipidli^)4|^ -c^nifhs Tlio .citiseas jOt. ^�t4 Kiugl^ojD^^ cannot, afCord to e�erpi|f�.t^e revjeng^hil, vindictive spirit, la. either \itiyj�\%,xtr 'hSjiSbnal affairs. (Bv Rev. W. F. fiurus. Acting Pastor of Kno.\ Presbyterian Churclii-) "Love your enemies." Matt. B:44, This is one of Uia^o-oallod "hard" saymgs of .lesus.' The sermcin pn the mount has a section devoted to similar utterances, e.g., "Whosoever shall smite thee on the' right cU?elc turn to hlni the other also." - .V,: "From lilm that would borrow of thee turn thou not away." �� We have lodked upon that foe' as'^our enemy. Victory ^pears m sight. How ore we to treat thatjfenemy that has so threat;, ened the liberties. and sacred rights of manldnd? In � recent article'in one-iot-'our leading magaisines: the ,write.F. takes the ground that the allies must deal tjod." 'Str: Ma'tt v.!�; .............., ______ >.soldier's epitaph! Do not :tbeSe kindly arid generouslV with' the cen-i^PS^?'"''?*^ "W.^Ws 6f wisdom ting m tral powers, and .Ogives as his reason. .o"T\eart,�e;vWe scan taxioUBl/ and the injunction ot Jesus,s,"lovo your: Wte�uHy,:aay by-day, the rAtt-rff hon-enemfes." We believe that'the samp or l�i;tbe newspapers? :^ standard of morals should eim- bev They.' Ttre'ffeei, -are the tifue peic-tf tween nations as between iridfviduals;- leakers fti.iMlsleiTUjle time, the(meB In our ludiviaiifll relatiofash1i)s the , ^vho gave their'all, who-give them-uuestidn often Wses, "How *Ve w^ I selves for, the caiwe of peace. "They ipnA'MijJ^oll-Wrlgliti ot St. stfe'4"A1ttBHbari Church.) VICTORVl j'"Tirii|6 0 Lord iB tbb 'ymtyrt ;Ohrpn/:Xjlx.iJ% :.4 ,'. ,,vA8; I writo thts Sunday, m^sBalie; 1 TWaiiae thdt ^'iJefcflrd' It ii iiTprfi't- this, 'liSydu^ bfell'B'msy-1)^-*i'liigl lastctwb^etikft !0na word has fa�ed jas Ht-sevepy tulin.-.^iVIctpry!. The^VictoVy^ Ix)an; the f-Victory . Bond;' >. ahd^ fori A (iopger fterlod evpry^ day's.paper 1ms ibe^n sliouting .jtOrUB .ihl�yBam'ei.:glhll, sound, frTheso are all real ryle"to.no8-t' butt wpuld ask you to see how,they aro^ tho exploits iij-a campaign M'hich presag^fe eroater conquest for the .wprld tliiia has happened since the year S9vA.D.; I would/ask yon -to see; IioW HJii%li*at ts tW.. conceptlony^of these, great B'fM^^^^^^ .ebfte Mctf--ordur'faith In Gotl; Let ^s ask ouiv sayings of the. '.^taster. Ife-we' f .i^'^etf;or.Mj�pWa'torUile; ywilfeiit I sel*^^^ hi-ve we in Christ? to take them literally? - 'iSome ,hearted, ^witr the happiness-6^^ T^^r^�*? ^ tbey are. Ui.Us'fit tend- i who fiAvfe'-iriiae the great'arirrdhdjjr-^ ""^ " so they ai-e Impraicticablo, thege, arid thdse who second tlfetti'dver .1 "'=-'!!r.^T---- -, and Hie bestof persons are hy^jricrites. HBrfe-^ho ' njbther, -cvlT*' loVefJ-'^Who their rights; Constantinople made But 1? it not possible that many, have say to theirTbyedones-'yes go" the - ------,been giving a wrong internietation men. �*y.onren"and gi^s who spend them^^^ a -free city, - and all other Injustices remedied-In BO far aa It la humanly possible to do so. .The German stran-glehoM must' berremoived from -�Russia, and we should ourselves hllp Russia se far ae she ;Wlll permit ije � The anspense aion8.\MaubeSB�r, ^t;iiJifl��i:-reBi^-ber f AJigU|t 1914:^m�t It Vonderitnl - v^.^mler Bor^en.iialoifee4 some-dead wood this: weekv It wasn't too soon-.either.,-;,a i � * Eastern physicians are saying thai tobacco is good for the flu'. Probabl^ that is why ^on. MacKay decideS thS cigar stores should be an esceptio^ to the dosing rule. : 4 The coal' camps of Commerce subr scrib^:f4Q0p^lp the 1917 Victory Loa^u This-'year-thfe $15,000 mark has already been, reached. That's the Epint that wins wars. -i � or .fight.' With the Huns if is a case of 'sign or flghf. an*; it doesn't; look likera wise thing f(p-, them to'have anrattack otrthe "Wrt ters' cramp either. . , � � � - *� .If our guesa-is worth anything KaiCP-er Wilhelm doesn't love: himself a^lij-tie bit the&i^ days. Fe^Iiaps it Vould cheer him np-to read blB^spefecheB to' his argiy and navy during the past four years. , i. � :!( THE PASSING OF JOHN B. WJt�:;j�. John Wllklp'B,'dsatli:ibi;ijRKB pa^neae, i,^ and gloom:tovitit^Kom he ntinK-jj i led ati'd aBSdclateii; Ih^ery DrRaniza-| ktion, that onjoyied'b'iB Bbrvicas,-iwiiti' ("jfoV^lhe 1ovedthe hardest pill the Hun's' could be asked to swallow. -  Up. fill: Wednesday -Lethbridger had' Bubscrlbed J700,000 to^ the Victory Loan while the province of rt-ince Edw.ard Island had subscrl1|ed. (644,-000. Why not make I:(ethbrldge a pro- Foch said to the Huns: "Those are the allied terms. Take them or leave tijem. But they are good only for 72 houre.'' We can'imagine tliat Foch yraa' remembering at the time the fall i6t MetafBom'e 48 yea^'^go. ,,Foch was hj^.,Me.t'}i'^^the time and knows ,y,feat ^he^heef'Ot Geamany ae a conqueror: is like. . i setVes in the*exhausting battle of ser- been giving a wrong'interpretation on tliesB passages? What Ts^ the nature of the bear !or our giyenesB" we./are to accordrto-.them? .-.j r-i^,-; . , , ,^ In deallag'with these sayings of Je- all, by^-tdn^'wo-oden 6ros3--the si^ message was first giveS-lo the"He. sons^pt God?*'SuT^eiy^becMae "God I �s, brew nation and In a'formwliitt that 'Himself is thf ___ittiaior, of jBkce.>lid 'Let tis thi^together for a fa-wmo- bighly figurative:: lati^tiig, Sf�.',^e^cher of. N'aJBareth .jtioitjaiied , - ----------.AnA;thechoJ{!e,:goes by forever +hrough Tragedy and Suffering. ' It has been,' difficult iA the pres^ ence of this world-tragedy of human sorrow, and' seemifig 'Waste of huhian life to see In the conflict any such victory, the wartseemed all the time to be Hinitlng -Hfe acttvlties'-for right-eousriess by tbe^drain-upon the nian-.bood of the nations; yet even here, we,may catch the vision of the victory for CliriSt unless we are bereft That CliWst for-whom the world was prepa"red and worked for centuries. That^ChrlBt whOv-"Won-His yictory- on a cross. That. Christ whose church hAff been extetading liis Kingdom ever sinc^. Thdl Christ detlitoned by Gerr. many In Whose place they have been trying to set Up the gods of Odin and Thor and ffae gospel of might. What talth have we in this Christ? Are the principles of His Kingdom going tP *In in the World? In Spite of everything-that for nearly five years has :�e6med td hiock and discredit such a it. "Phrist'must be violoriows', and eVen'ln this, world-wide horror we can IrSW the-Jroof 6f siltai a faith ( 'Vindicating Righteousnese,- � Slrst, see how-fhia war has tested the faith of the^nitiohS in-'the /ideals of � Chrisff/- truth- and' Christ's rlght-eoUSnesB.'�:;;':-)/�;- '�'.Onc;di,'.to erery^iman and .-nation : | "Cottjqaithe monjet�t'"to\de�}i^e; : In th^..strif�- twl;Etf/truth-,'Witl^' ials^ ,- : /.hood.''..: . ..., ^ � -For;the,-�ood or evil side. occasions when; � auch a course "AVet tbe well know, howeyer, that in the^'Tma-'.'' Chi jority of cases; such a eourse T\itfuldj B'lrope, and tor the world. In tV^o' be impractitcable, aqd unwise. s5jwe'?aen-aee, God .AJwlghty iinay-be. styled' must ever work for the good of otffijTB;?; tberAuthor of peace in the- natural and such, a course would ttet'iaiWays .'and. the spiritual; world in. .Ifature,-^e.'i swept-.into iuve.�arena ot me nu-work /.or the .good;Lof t^e/'wabiu^o-'^ and. 19 Grace. '/Think of God aa the tions proclaimrng a new gospel of cul-er's soul.-- Jesus'hfoiBelt-did )ii5t* al-'Author, of Peatfai iii Nature, and '"�'^"'"!^��"fo>" 'bo Su- ways practice suoh^a method.' In^the you-will see that pbace Is not the siin-temple as he leashed out the mohey--Ple, negative,- paaslve-slate that we changers his words ".My. Father's ^ are so apt to imagine it to be. Na-hojiee-ye Ji^ve made ^iL,:'a. deni' of ture, we are told, 'works like a giant thieves" cut like the scorpion c6rdS and sleeps like ar'plcture." The world which his hand wielded. When' Paul in which we Uvff is nominally touched was On trial before Ananias aml'dhe Judge told them that\.^tqod byi to smitfi the apostle on the mouth, Paiy said unto him "God shall smite thee thou whited wall." . Such instances reveal little of "lurning the other cheek", attitude, it'we take the'-v^rfi'dB �literally. � - ' :^ . Take another of these saylpgg. "From him that would borrow of thee turn thou not away." 1 would.strong-, ly advise the man who adopts. thiS'literally to keep the fact to himself;f.It wouM not he a safe policy in the.-bu-siness world. This larlUrfact, an original hyperbole intended ts*--CoiSyey: the much needed truth thatw'e.-arfe to: always aicercise the spirit-; of helpful^ ness to those in need. When Jebus ,.,-pid[ thatrchoice ever come 40- na;. tionsTlso cieariy as: it t^am�iiin pur day? A great force full of all-the pahopVy of. hell-swept-, into the:*^arena of the na tions prpclalmCng a new gospel of cul ture; - claiming privileges for the Su perman.and Supernatipn which involved .tramJJling In the- dust all. sacred human, rights,, One by bne all of the world have, had to make the choice and-range themselves oh' ......J w,__^, one-side or the other. Look .at.these With a cBliii, -serene, and' trananll i Weals side by side: beauty, which we ofteAtake for grant-i ^^S��'eou�ne8s vs. Military Despotism ed, Qf which we are scarcely aware, until the peace" is broken by storm, hu-rrlcane or eaYfltquBke. Then it is. When we have temporarily lost it, that hilhieani' of^�intprtainm^rtt.if you Have!|: iMasoh & Risch Player Piano. , : ^V(9^�lt1nvy(ittrJiAme, every mo^W'nt yott'r (amtlt ' can play,>tfny' o1b;sb' of-.^muslc-opeta,' d'iiic^', pbbulat'; ithfe' old;-ot'hew-.'war pieces. Ydu' cait^viflg '^the aoSgs' ydU' llkeibest and>play:-sypur ;own'-a)E(ootfii)atiimbntB.-Gome tn mid.;hean;.lihis 'marretiauB lA'atrament-iry^lt yoiirBelt -.-irplay someAol thelirtest mttslcul"hits. ' ^ � A champion In-the-bargain- lina'came to ua yeaterday lii p*ri paynjeht'fofnew W�a.' oh A Risch PlMcr-Plafie; nr a Weser iros.v New YOliti ano--an .lrwtrumerttiWeirfeh]^>nf:' the money asked, attd ^�MI msLkeivood this claim to your ifull .�atl|fae-' tlon.*�t?8 MASON 6c �ISCH IslMIXEcC BALIVIORA^SLOCK. vPI^TH STiliil. LKTAMIMB %m Liberty ...,,. v,s.;. Material: Power Brotherhood V3L The tfdspel of Might But wlios'e ajjetheBe*Jdeais-of rightr eouaness and' "bro'therhood?^ ::^om whence did' thijy coriie? *rb�y'arethe ideals -that Jesus cTiriBt came '-to ipakci the 'basis dfi{ian'?-lii8tory^>Whit, A. Victory!. The nations-'haVe -corfie ouf boldly fpr the, priiSdipleB * ot, 'Jesui! Christ and they can neveV'rfltokdlher recede from' the stawd Ihey hive'lato-en though they may be UhdonsMou^ of the full meaining of their action^ ., In Common litfe. In the past, victoriesTor Christ have largely been looked upon as victoi#es: in the indfyiduaC a6ai,: This war'has taught us;to: widen our.horizoh'asUo what Is involved *itt"* victory for Ghi-lst. True; Hrf IhiiSt rein in the individual; but HefemusrtTelni'in comr' merce -and industry; - in ^business and' pleasure;'''and art; -in government and. polltics-r and one; gr?at victory of this -war'ls -goittg tb',ibe: that-the policies otnatiohs-are iteyer again going- to. be- the shTittleeooksjof kings v and diplomats;)*- but they are going to bbba'sod "bpoh- theiright of. free 'peoples who-^rlll demand that � they -be governed by the  principle ot i.the-ta-uth and': the lirlghtaousnfess " as- -,thpr iau^t by..rJesBS *Ohrrstis-Moi!A>>rerr-"rT-' iiThe MiirlUttie Wll[::^CJJ'lciy St. Jol&ii, N.B., has^ abbscdbed '|8iro;0(M> to %e; Victory Loam. ^ ' A Wlbrifttec �tdtbl>iliaB^|l2l000 divided In' aeposita amongst t�elva dit- St. 1bam�^Stmt'lWlf#sy badni^. celtits -dttrliMc OctoberTabiountlbg to |l,847i08r iwtltie^tli ei^ ezcebd- ed that amount_^y,|g.OjDD^:.,: . .: .- �':, .??-.i-r.>:"iHU�K��l'.'f-f,.-a; Ott .Qot: 27,!Abr&)i|Ult 8ttdg�n, 8% a farbier'-ijn ^alTy^SoOha,. leH- hotAe^'ln search ptrk botBewbioli-hUd strftyeQ, and he hae^Hot 'bein Heeii' atnce.  ^ ^ ... , �Rivi James and i^Mrsi Wasfer; oMft-erly PiwbyterJett^ lMCfltor"% Chel�Mi, ^leA w^in. expflUse :ot raahkind hasibeen denied-through^thts Avar, and it:l8'ne.vo.r('agBin .going* to he^ looked upon as a; I'ight,.- The warhas . i -  . , ^^,,. been vindicating-these'Pi'lnelples.-and Twixt-,tli^t darkness,and that light.,^^^^^^^ it is ovei-. and.the-world has time ; .-.Kennetk .Urquliart,j|^mi|ien,f-^ar-!iter''t�f'*�'Ch'atham-\towa�bIp, ^iett fol- ulties, God given capacities given back to God for His control, and all their _ energy put f�rth without self-asser-the normal Iranauility of the created tion iff harmony with the movements world strikes us'as a.positlye fact, as.iof oUr fellows-such is and Rhall bo -4n inestimable bpon. We who haye.j-thewoi'k of the peace maker at home, experienced the?"nerv�-wrecking ex- jjt is work which can only be effective perlence of a thtee days' blow in this [if, first, Ve have made our own peace windy city will realize what I meap. \yith God. � -� Yet'the mighty yind, the earthquake. / � The Cost of Peace, the fire represent some of the sti-ong | in grace, aa in nature: God is. th.o forces of the' balanced harmony and-iAuthor of Peace. Nature tells uu that to think,-nian Is going.',t* demand that his common life'(his life- in common with the rest Of. mahkind)be-*g(Jvern-ed' by .th|nv. �": u , ! '.By/Self Sacrifice. ' This'Tya? 4ifes evidedcad yet ^another -victory in'thutvithas-flrlndicated the fundameiitel/principle of Christ; the''-.,-principle'Ghijlst set-.before hiS: follow-' k ersas the giiidlng star-of-their .lives; ^ tlie principle Christ- lived to exemplify and 5liod to make efernally victorious among- men.- The principle of self sacrifice. Nation -after nation has solemnly talren its place-in �he conflict, ready t& venture all, .to sacrifice all, even the blood of'its noblest and its best; "To Such a taSk-ri'-said President Wilsonras the last gi*at nation entered,. "To such a task we ^dedicate our � lives-everything wo ;are-everything we, posses?." is It not so? This lowing a lopgthy lll^e�B. He i^as 70 years of �ke. ' - W. l^OodBide, vM.. A., of] Chaim^,;vcburch,- Toronto, received an'>-iw(iui^((us call . from .. Ohalmers. iitiith, .ioBpeetor under the immlBBloA' ot tlie prov-livan, di�4 bt Spa&iBh ihpme Ib^fii^tiletord. -m.'M .tWOi*nbw�k Jobbers, Vdl'�jili.{i4W .BMtmoate Taes-d�y, ditjd a vf^w^ days afterwards. uTbrceTqiiiiiaU; ^MMren tunrive. ^-mi^t^W^rm Oliver ' ca^e>af':Tli�; who ,^ RltksyftteWbt hotels livj Somers, len fined $160 each In Niagara guns war has given .-the:world. a�^exhibition of self sacrifice and in doing so ^W^^^ his sot d standard Lives have been died-at.a.Bftnltarliiib^ln, siirrendared for principles, ;Mon have , died for those -principles. And lest-l shed the ainent ci-Ad States, no, Switz- The. Itev. B;- G.*'�wrton; late oC co-operation, of >yhl2h God, In Sis iin-;.pe^ee i.s complicated; gi-aco.that it, is | the-victory be lost-.W. niust live for , rt..^-,-, h,. m j"!^^^^^^^ luJe days before the blow fell undei '.U-ad The, are the -I'rlnc Ple^ ot j Uie_8taff ol^^^^^^^^ Clii-lsj:- TJie principles the church has keeps, the world stable and serene ^..00 ^.y,^^ ... ......... ........ Peace Is not the,:outcome of lesser i\vljich.the. whole world Ir staggenn, , . _ , , used the expresslon-"take .no .thought fPi;ce~of lettlijg,things alone; it re-! Now we have been learning in � grim [ neen tryiiig>,to..teaj)}-J.h6Ss, 19M years, for the morro-vv," he Avas fkcins''--a peo-. sultse from the delicate balance, the'and dreadful .school what 'l:iB cost ot,| Has she.hoen feeble, and ioetf ectpal.' pie that had groWn materialistic'and harntonious co-operation of mighty 1 peace may be. Should we not have.; She should,not be a^aln,If we wbp are he is simply telling them and us that forces, ail under the sway ofa Divine 1 dreamed it long ago, we. who are-fol-we must put first things first. /The -will.-r r �>-i:- , . 1 lowers of thp Criiclfied? He whd is spiritual must have precedence dyer A False Peace. j our Peace in virtue of what He did the material,: and.'iwe Sttusr^not'exer-1 The jie^ce whit^ijprecedeil this-war j and bore for ua in Gethsemano and cise any undue concern about those was a false peace, 'TJiip.mighty forces 1 on Calvary? Our eternal peace was things of secondary lmpo,)EtjanBe-which.'of human-iiaturcJ,"* of radial tendency, verily bought wltha price iTieatimahlu God hag promised to provide. lof national selj^assertlveness were -ithe price of His preciouH blood. Ho Now, regarding-the saying, "l^ove; there, _l)ut there was no complete bar- suffered all the mysterloiis asany  i'j your enemies." The Master did poii,. raqpyjbp real.,cp*a�,eraiion. .Indivldn-i His Passion to Bring back peace to the | mean that we are to embrace our pen-?: alsfWclaBses, grojtfis/? rh.ations were : fliBtracted. death-doomed .'\ouls of emles as a mother embraces hei^.-either'engased fn d-wlld competitleti' men,, to bring "peace on eavili Id me-n child. He did not mean that wo-jirejof aelf-agsertlon and selt-aggfanUize-; of good will." And now we be;^in to to look upon them as we do upon "our ;'rfent,'^ oi% In cowlrf-rtllce or in cynical J see in the light of his great se!f-oC�cr-frionds. He did nof mean that we .sloth, i^tandiug astde and. saying "lolling, is-that the blessing of the are to overlook the wrong which they things take (heir ^pvirsCi" "I'Ot tiieinjpeace maker hovers over the graves have commftted. What He means Is i-H|*>t it out." Henda-.vthe growth of ah [of our dear ones in, the war-stricken that we are not to exercise tbo re-i unChnsllan spirit in commerce, Indus-j fields. Like Him, thoy have given' vengeful, vindictive spirit. There, is ,.try, in .social life^ jn politics, national j their Uvea for the-cause of truth, and a vast difference between exercising {and international. ' ::-. revenge for a. wrong done and de-IJ^ahaU^' Justice - .which will punish -'.The United Prefe.trival of the Af;,vo-' elated Press, with Vhlch-t%i)9^^(^ian Press is. affiliated, pulleddSj^riia'jjfe-, gest bonehead ever pullW|h|^^�$iV>' perdOOMfi't^is contine^^MKjt-^ig^^' out'that -dispatch on_-:Ta^pdte3?" sayftjg the armistice had beenijgjiiMfi^^lt ,lyas a t^e^and a pom^^.^^^ , _^ tions- shows tlie same scrh^et-ia^^S^ spirit _as was exhibited by he^^r'; -years ago, Vi'hen she Invaded BelgiUmi' The Gennan can't be believed 'vLnS^jt-l any circumstances-unless the con-^quororiA sittjng''-On lop. of him witli ^ ciub,'',ju his hands. The Peace Mlikei^^ Home. With the indtvidjial it is as witli tlie community, forGod*'ha� made each'.&ne your property^ of us a bvmdle of itiHgHtyforceBT-forces ^ ,^ , . , igd you bring' which it left un^pvemed may bring taih'before the bar of Justice, and the swift disaster, eveh'ks earthquake and sentence is passed, you are not neces-'hurricane bring death, abd destruction 9.8 , g6od! and the good 9^ the comnJunjiy.'ISlirfltrfftuBt ie^'M;^ |--Similarly in nati/nal affairs.], C&rS TMlMnlPVislyfuq^i^^ mhny has transgressed the im^ |ofi flf. .yjw^.je to lift>�'�lKa*ii�rlthln.' iTJrB:^e God and man. She has been d|it!/lelamBnt^l ptiwer^^-'lntet''be; not:;4lu.p-laW among the natlop^Hft^ully jmte-ibi'osBed-or aiiijihtta^l^ (jortaJn iU)n- D)a^dTVJ|^�^b; religibd^-imitld tea'obV:i>ut �t�iWr-Hragr^ariru^,tja�p^ ? ms 2 0f,j/-^^lfe}i4we not leJrttethls-les'sPnv.thiit roufhtJ .iwfamay.fall comar |i�9?th^''help-;jt�f 'diur sentenoof'dwffr.'^wantry, py'litftniidiiy; ten tlftes .. ;S^3^e ;jnlb6t be shdrn' more dear sjnce'^ttj'e'.best 'blood has -pewet/^ninade to pAy,j been jio freely shed.? ' , .'� ;can-bo made for the .. ,.Jf .we. .would beiGod'Svpeacemakei-B .'she has wrouglit.ik-will-not be by'sUBdin^XsWe,in npn. . sible for her crln;ie8 resisting- reBigimBbi when'-big p'rbb-All'thlii will-bfr"iff accdrd.. lems come up for Bolullon. The ott- lledgen;! -milst r -(Vf-SteT soir d. and pnnishedv ance witli the ordinary course of Jus- right; to Him they have offered their souls, that following .Hi;n In self-surrender, have earned the title of "Sons of God." The L(sson of the Beatitudes, These are our best study in such so -soon- goli)g'to sb^uit victory will realize 'the -fnilness i�f--that -frictory and set ourselves to perpetuate it as a victory for God, ,Uirovgl;i-suffering, vindicating Hg^itedusness �a�id-''Justice iri wjinmon" life, by:: the .'saferitlce bf self. AVlien^ulie hoi^r tif!jK,'fiiiitt victory i:trllco3 'he:Ssifre yhuHi'lJter.a. heartfelt: 'THiuilt Cl6d!"r -ftvery -last', man, woman anil child -(jhould go down upon tiie knee In trua thankfulness to con-t-tsci-atfi life to''uhe inomory of those through whose F.aorlfice we live; by dod!ca;li!fi: that life to the principles tor whiclr they dioil. �- ^ Koraemlior! -This war luas been too big to cBl^bralo .lis uloso by Wild hilarity alone. Tpo groat. Too costly. Too otornal. We shall do wall to pitch our sonij'of victory In a higher, key than-Wei did tor iiSStailcfe' Ih the street shoutftiE's after Mafeklng, The . bfti-tle was His. In Trinity in Toronto as asBlstant priest in tiie stead of the Roy; A. J^. Arthur "Wl^ 16 now in, char^ of. the churchy at Mt, Dennis, � -....., -athy,.Bn(i the single eyeU,\a|: sees Him who is InvlsIJile, a^id seeing ilim endures in spite of .per,secut|oiis-.-t All these ifllts wP. )Uu8t ;(jo.yet earnestly Ifive Would be.truOjiieaoe makers for It is the growth ot Christ In us, and that,alone, that can make us worthy to be called "Sons of God." is the- victory; 1:_ To tKe,Meriiffers"-and AdjieraHtsT.'.", ~. .Aagitr.churches aref'qlosed^agaln to. morrow, may, l-reque8};,.ihat all. our ,peo-lilc holfll a brief service Jn their own homes. Tli^rerhas bpen mallod/-a sug-gastivo servloe-ivhlch.we hope all .will find helpful, .. ,. ... .>� . , . - -In those days of .^^rrow..and .affile, tion whe'n our community,..churches and honioH-ure being so badly atfllotod may I roramd you of the great values. J3r. Roux, director-Of th"c- Pasteur Institute and a world autliofity on nticrobes, declares that disinfection of public places is bf no. avail 'ln_,. checking the tdiaekse.' -f'.lbfluenza is( ( many an I direct contact;" be' sald.^ -'"Riacp 20 perfectly healthy persons in a-clean room with, one vlotlmV of Hie disease 'and^? s6me of the 20 would ;get it. I-'adviso'-persbnB who aeiise-ibey are affected to^ kee^ to tneli-  rooms; mif- afl-^ to prfiveh'f - the spreudfiof itl^e; HffKsfPlapeS} Trt' th?it �way 'jiifi-auji a�rtsb.^lhe disdABe'be' ehepltei � of 'intercesaocy pfayer. 1 who desire their. Sunday school^ papers ^may.: ire-l/cpive the same by ooMluffHo' the east entrance of the church off,lith&treet between the hours of 10;30 and 11 .!10. ; CHAS.lfl.CRAGO,'Minister. ;