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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUB r.F/nmnmoE daily herald Xetbbrt&oe, a�?crtn DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publishers The lethbridge herald printing COMPANY, limited 323 6th Street South. Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance -  Business Manager TELEPHONES THE PEACE TEDDY DEMANDS (Theodore Rooievelt at New York). "We shall accept no peace not based on the unconditional surrender of Germany and her vassal allies, Austria and Turkey from the yoke of the Austrian, the Manyar and the Turk. Therefore, it is Inexcusable in us, and is a reflection upon our good faith, to have remained so long without declaring war on Turkey, for It is mere hypocrisy to talk of making the world safe for democracy so long as we arc not at war with Turkey and have not insisted upon putting the Turk out of essages for the Sabbath SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 101 Editorial Business Office^............... j2*S ; Europe and freejn(J tne Armenian and I the Syrians of si' creeds from his yoke and giving Palestine 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 j them to lord It over any one else. The | true way to put a sto;> to Germany's ! ability again to convulse the world Subscription Rates: Ihilly. delivered, per week . .. Dally, delivered, per year . .. 1'aily. by mail, per year ..... Weekly, by mall, per year . .. Weekly, by mall, per year to r . .lo .J7.S0 .$4.00 .$! "a this mormnic t receive the answer of the Germans, nd that answer must !> 'yen'' n. : "no." Only a straight wi'itullfi-d ar� kit will suit the occasion, as has beer, made plain b>" Gen. Koch. y Uen. GourauiJ's troop* from Sedan to .M'Zlere*. and an advance down the valley of the river to Montmerci" Kumay and Givet i� duo to be recorded soon. This, together with the itritUh crossing the Scheldt at Tournai and closing in on Mon> places the German armies remaining in the small triangle in France in a most precarious position, and It would not be at all surprising If many divisions were captured in the net, for the roads of re treat are bsally blocked, and demoralization of the Hun forces grows each hour. Capture and complete dtfeit can only be slaved off by German acceptance of Koch's terms before the time limit-which expired on Monday at 11 o'clock. It was to get out of this cleverly imposed trap that the Germans yesterday asked for a provisional immediate suspension of hostilities for the purpose of dUcuesing armistice. Foch saw through this ruse, and his refusal was not delayed a rninuie. is to give, not autonomy, but freedom ! to all the nations that now cower un-j der the tyranny of Germany an f her | allies. .Belgium, of course, must be I restored and amp'y Indemnified: and jail the gold that Germany tins j cannot repay Belgium for the frightful wrongs so. wantonly, committed , against her by Germany during the last four years. France must -ccelve 1 back Alsace and Lorraine, and Germany be forced to carry out her broken promise to the Danes of North Schleswlg. .All of Poland must be a separate commonwealth, with a sea-front on the Baltic: Finland, the Hal.: tic provinces. Lithuania and Ukralnla must be made as absolutely Independent of Germany as of Russia; the Cxecho- Slovaks and the Jugoslavs must be made into Independent commonwealths; the Rumanians in East Hungary restored to Rumania; the Italians of Southwestern Austria jeln. ed to Italy; the Greeks safeguarded in their rights; Constantinople made a free city, and all other injustice* remedied in so far as It is humanly possible to do sc. .The German stranglehold must be removed from Russia, and we should ourselves heiu Russia so far as she will permit us to da so." Mi 5mcc the precautions ngiilnRt the Influenza epidemic still keep the churches closed, the Herald this week again Invited several of the city Clergymen to use its columns to send a short message for tlie Sabbath, to the people of the city. Next Saturday, if the conditions still prevail, the same procedure will be followed. Dclow will be found messages of cheer and comfort from three well known city mlnis4|rs�. tico. It will not be contradictory to the words of Jesus "love your enetn-lo,.'; Hot we must not he vindictive and revengeful. If we, for tin* sake of destruction, raze German cities to the Sround, destroy ail treasures and murder non-combatant� and pay back in kind -this would he revenge. It would bo contradictory to the Saviour's command "love your enemies." Jesus was speaking to a people to wh mii revenge was sweet. The oln  lit-:mil "an eye for mi eye and a tooth l"r a tooth" was still dear to them, this conception of life must he chnng-� .1 Hence the comm.ind "love your enemies." We arc livinK in the gos-pel dispensation. The Kingdom of God has come. The citizens of that Kingdom cannot afford to exorcise the revengeful, vindictive spirit, in either private or national affairs. 111% Lot T lis W. I-\ l'r . our one menu,' ha- a s iar ut'-'ranee-i. e i:. ' Wilfi.-oever sll.ill rUat c'.ioek turn also." Burns. Actltiir I'astor divtorian Church.! lo'mlos " M r.t. Mil. the so-rall-.i "hard" The �or::-.' ti on the Ion devote,I to sltni- e Mice on the .tn the other From e turn �Take K-o. Are we am to.,: thou ;  i tiioiuh; ally a .-p pa-" a cr .ked Vii ; .%e -.i lake ; The qilr-tin; i! manner at w ycirt \%e . cru-l. iphu; upon that f app. irs It; - 'u'ul borrow of ay." u' the morrow." ��(' saying* liter-i-otucs to us in is time For the ive 1-""U fai-iiti; :\ foe We have as our r;i- my. i.uik; a : li!i id? "ti.-ni rtie. and re � e � threat-I riitiits arte. le Mm.-, ".i . Mr in-, t !'.-� irr,�ir: I that the k.u ! % ,,.,| retterou-! Ira! powers, and i:l%' th" Itijunci in c.f .' enemies " Wo b-'.-.-v -t >e, ! tr�! of tnor.i'-t%%   n nation- a s lot, 1". our ii'.'liva'tl.'l r-pp 'tion �%ft-n ar, ." o on- cr,"tnie->'.- te 'ii .1-0:1 your  anie xia 1>.-in-'.ividu.t!' n h:ps t'o- th , u W %Vi ot our -ayin,:� W, aloj, .,f the c.f Are if .0 ' 11 to x 1 v 1 n i ; are :inH in'erol-,.re lmpr.ii tie i!i'e,  r,~ are hyj m rite-; that many h..�. our interpret itp>n ti : turi- What th. � I Th- suspentiQ 1� awful. We .it. ..uM 'ry tinder en Wh. slum! Uev. A. K. Snow, of St. Mary's Anglican Church.) i'.l.'S e.l are the peacemakers, for tli % shall be called the children, of Gi-.i." St. Matt V.ti. * A -oldierhs epitaph' Do not these wonderful words of wisdom ring in our ears as wo scan anxiously and ivisfuo.v, day by day, the roll of honor In the newspapers'.' They, we feel, are the (rue peace-tnaker-' in this terrible time, the men who gavo their all. who give thorn-j �i-'ive� for th" cause of peace. They i a! -,;�!:a make perhaps what Is the ; creator sacrlf'ce. who come hack, malmi'd or crippled for life, yet light; hearted, with tlie happiness of men j woo hav> made the creat surrender-. 'hee. and those who and them over', the mother, wife, lovor. who say to their loved on. s 'yes, go," the tm 11. women and Kir's \,ao spend them-- "!ve In the cxliau-: % .it homo. Th" :% � : .e whose la--* :>. t.'n land \�'  ,!' !oiii-ii at the pric- :' t ' ; : -Id \, d. hildr 1" II-tiia- f ad ap; Mtjr.s, Maulxugi her August I'.'lt. change! . Charl-What �rm- n uiem,' a wonderful 'I h-y the ; God? of !� the %% !to in God's � show liiems ili 1 ca .111: (Rev. Canon Murrell-Wrlght, of St. AuguRtln'B Anglican Church.) VICTORY1 "Thlno O Is the Victory." t. Citron. XXIX. 11. As 1 write this Sunday message 1 realize, that before it is in print tho Joyous bells may bo ringing.' Kor the last two weeks one word has faced us at ovory turn. Victory! Th" Victory Loan; tho Victory l.toiul; and for a longer period every day's paper has lioott shouting to us this same glad sound. These nro all real victories: but I would nsk you to seo how they nro the exploits in a campaign which prestiges a grantor conquest for the world than nas happened since tho year 2!) A.l>. 1 would ask you to seo j how this conquest is a victory for Christ who in that year of human his-, tory purchased man's freedom. Yos: j we need to keep ever before us the ; Inwardness ot this war-that it is indeed a campaign for God-that the victory we so soon expect to he celebrating Is the victory of Jesus Christ and Hla church. For pod. That victory began whon Jesus was born Son ot Man to redeem the raco. That victory Is continued in every individual who is converted and sanctified as n believer In Jesus Christ. That victory Is continued wherever men hand themselves together Into business corporations or societies or nations and bring their corporate acts Into harmony with the will of God; nnd that victory will not he complete until the Kingdoms of this world become the Kingdoms of God. Through Tragedy and Suffering. It has been difficult In the presence of this world-tragedy of human sorrow, and seeming waste of human life to sec In tho conflict any such victory. The war seemed all the time to be limiting the activities for righteousness by the drain upon the manhood of the nations; yet even here we may catch the vision of the victory for Christ unless wo tire bereft of our fa.lth in God. Let us nsk ourselves: what faith have we in Christ? Thnt Christ for whom the world was prepitred and worked for centuries. That Christ who won Ills victory on a cross. That Christ whose church has been extending Ills Kingdom ever since. Thnt Christ dethroned by tier-many In whose place they have been trying to set up the gods of Odin and Tlior and the gospel of might. What faith have we In this Christ? Are the Ills Kingdom going to for the w'n wor,('? 1" spite of every- precious t)iitiK thnt for nearly five years has lied' tlie ^cemed to mock and discredit ^uch a Win- belief we have gone on assorting It. God '"I'Tisl must be victorious, and and even In this world-wide horror we can Anyone Can Play This Piano No matter how unexpectedly company may drop in, you will always have a delightful means of entertainment if you have n Mason & Risch Player Piano. With It In your home, every member of your fnmily can play any class of music-opera, dance, popular, tl�� old or new wnr pieces. You can sing the songs you like beat and play your own accompaniments. Coma In nnd hear this marvellous Instrument-try It yourself --play some of the latest musical lilts. A champion In the bargain line came to us yesterday In part payment for ,i new Mason A. Risch Player Piano. Its a Weaer Bros., New York, Piano-an Instrument worthy of the money asked asd we'll make good this claim to your full satisfaction. It's yours, for ... $250 MASON & BALMOHAL BLOCK RISCH LIMITED FiFTH ST. 3. LETHBRIDGE battle of ser-e.-.l peacemaking place In a if marked at taw the sign l'fl"t'lpk's of I' .-. tli-True t.'% to;; Pc 0,1% ace. -r f. of peace....... ways labor for!,riut! ltu' I'r0(J' "f ""''h 11 faith, worthy of the j Vindicating Righteousness. First, see how this war has tested Premier Harden unlci.ii! �od Ml!- Wee!, it %% .1 �on -oiler. Ka*!-rn physician* ar-tnbai-co Is sood for tie tli-t i� why Hon M:�cKa:*�l ti :i i� iver. nly Father. or a f"w mo-,:ul how He now, and also, in coming, and Interna- The eo.ll rumps of northed tl"6� to the rn reach, that wins war* 1 Tint's tut- tpitit In Canada it U 'work or fight the Hun� it is a ca*r of 'sign ar.d it doi'M.'t look lik>- a wis. for them to have an attack of enters i-r4�:{> either. With flgf.t thttig -ii J'i-1- -sli.i' �4,1; the i-atle '.ll lit if our gut;a ii worth Anything K-ii" er Wtli.eim doesn't luve himself a little bit these day*. Perhaps it .% iiil 1 cuter htm up to read hH �i>e�-ehr* to hla army and navy during the pa^t tin .lit � liuflll rid :i lle-c tun iy . Wo'. � ti.-I.--,t I,- Mief ,%-.i. !y t!i t- 11 .ih\ - - u.i ib:.- 1 i the 1. ���-t this through your he^d. The on. - it.ibSc O-rman army is brat-n, bsdiy beaten. And Germany i.n-�.to o.e atact!ol 1 i ��%.� must nol �%.-:' *�-��! �-ril ate � lit ' 11 ' � !.try linporiancM * :i -1 to provide. � A tin- Shyiiig ' I.iv.-Th- Master did not re In einbraco our hi 'tier vinbr.ici'� l--.'" : .t iii-aa ive are : in u* we do upoi. our >!i i no! im-an that vvi-k '.tie wroiiK %%iiiU 'I lo- Liberty .....vs...... Material Power! Urotherhood vs. The Gospel of .Might Hut whoso are these Ideals of rlnht-eoiisness and brothorhood ? From whence did they'come? They are the Ideals that .Jesus Christ came to make the basis of mnn'a history. What a victory! The nations have come out boldly for the principles of .lesus Christ and they can never ullwo'.her recede from the ntand they have taken though they tuny bo unconscious of the full meaning of their action. In Common Life. In the pifst. vlrtories for Christ have largely been looked upon as vU. rle, in the Individual soul. This war has t.mitiit n- to widen our horizon as to what Is Involved In a victory for ;Chrl�t. True; He must rein In the Individual; hut He must rein In commerce and industry; |n business and ! pleasure, in science mid art; in gov-erntiient and pollllrn; and one great j victory of this war is roIijk to be ; that the jHillcli-i of nations are never 'again going to he the shuttlecocks %jf kliiitu and diplomats; but thev .are f..,|iig u, be b.iHeii upon tin tiitht of free peoples �i|.| will detlltllld I they he governed by the pl'l||cl|lle n| the 11 nth and the righteousness ,0, I taught by .lesim Christ. Moreover, j the rirht to make miillnus out of th-; iiecemltles of life at the e-.peie - (1; 'lll.ltll.llid has fleet! it�-%% iidering per '  |i!.i% the par' itri-! plav toward* o .1 better ati-1 more for 1 ', for 1 - the %%nr',.| In two ] ,'hty tnav he styled !'� ice in the natural �ti.' world In Nature, 'i hitik of God ai the 0- In Nature, and ;at peace Is not tiie sinv |.i- ive state that we imagine it to he Na-dd "works like a giant � .1 pic;tire." The world .- ii nominally touched �erenu. and tranquil % e often lake for grant-%� - ere scarcely aware. � 11 broken by storm. %n Kiuake. Then it Is. j the faith of the tuitions III the Ideals of Christ's truth and Christ's right-eousuesit, 'Once to every man and nation Comes ihe moment to decide; In the Mrife ttvixt truth with fal^c iiood For the good or evil side Some i-real cause God's new Messiah often cub the bloom or blight. And the choice goiM by forever Tiviit that darkness and that light." Did that cholco ever come to nations tn clearly as it came in our day: A great force full of all the panoply of hell swept Into the arena of the nations proclaiming a new gospel of culture; claiming privileges for the Su permun and Supernatlon which Involved trampling In the dti�t all sacred human righ's One hy one all the nation* of the world have had to make the choice and range themselves on one ilde or the oilier. I^iok at these Ideals side by side: Righteousness vh. Military Despotism St Thomas Street Hallway had re cclpth during October amounting to $l.:tlTo'.'. while lis expenses 1 xceed-ed that amount by $,',i"io. On th t -7. Abraham Sulgan. a fanner ;n I'aiiy Sound left home in search of .1 horse which had strayed, atld he has not been seep since. Iter. James and Mis Fraser. formerly I'roi-liyterlan imttor at Chelsea, died %%ith!n a couple ot houi ' of oa.ii oilier Ivriiiieih Crifuhart. 11 prornluei)t Jar-r of Chatham, township, died foi on hi win n yea 1 l"Iiglliy lllliel IHte He w,|. aporarily lost it. thai ion. We utto have nervu-w i-ecklng ex- .) days' blow in this -ilu.i what I mean. ind. the earthquake, some of the strong , anced harmony and h God, in Sli tin-re of His Creation, stable and serene outcome of lesser 'hiiigs aloiii". .t re-iicatvt balance, tlie rutioii of mighty sway of a Divine there hi- : a oiiy. no it  �ilhi-l- el.i.i 01 ., 11 a-ii'-iit se Peace. . n preceded liils war The mighty forces of racial teil'Jrfii), ' lsseriiveness were no complete har-.peratlon. Indlvldu-e, dlel d few days afterward,. Three hiiiiill children survive. chiis. Do: sih and Oliver Sonicrs, of riuffalo. have been lined $150 each for Illegal duck-shooting in Niagara Hive: Their uiolorboat SA4 guns have been seked , Caesar Hitz. who estttbllslied tho Itltz system of hotels In prominent el-lies in Kurope and tho l'nite(l. States, died at u sanitarium In Lucerne. Switzerland The Key K. -n the growth of an in commerce, indus-1.1 politics, national troys your proper;-ur ; t-i.ion and yoi: one,  i),.r of justice, and th. s-ed you an- i.ot neie- ing r h. 1 r. 1 %.' .lie Germany in her armistice deliberations shows the tame serap-of-papor spirit as was- exhibited by her four years ago when slip invaded Belgium. The German can't be believed under any circum.-uncos-unless the con-ejueror is sitting un top of him with a club In bis hand*. d e-ioviio' 1 - ' most so!e.-:i: the 1110 t -Illi-il. Col' t'ai- to the bar of j mii-t be pass- i of her mis-ujcd so far as payin-nt destruction whi. i l.'ljilti-tlotl �..,-. In tact ..ach u 10 1: -I.'.T lim '.V!'o!m iloer'.i ol uf the roimioiii!'v i.' affairs '.� -iroy- .' ,H, :e-.-i.)lls Ol � nr; 1 i,- iirought^ ll-M-e. Till! .-el.'te-i'l! She UiU.-l be shorn power, made to pay, can lie made for the she has wrought. i-oai- Ot 11: \-hii-! .swift I.Hill .tii'y. t, 'aker at Home. �aal it is as with the ( render, have earned the title of "Sons 'if th� Beatitudes. Tlie city of Vancouver has challenged the districts of Htltlsh Columbia that it will reach its quota of |8,000,uuo before the district* gain theirs of $5,01)0,(100. The districts of British Columbia have accepted the challenge. has made each one of God.'' �thty forces -forces Th� Lj worthy ah and destruction forth. Our pas-tlit-- natural move-te.s of our body and 00 cooperating r the hand of Cod, but �  a would teach, t , on rolled. -�� -in this lesson, that � Co.- 10 the help of our  or Humanity, ten times Miee tin. beat blood Iiuh -1% shed'.' uhI he fiod'u peacemaker* � b> -tainjing aside in non-��-'ignatio.-i' when big prob-up for solution. The co- for which they died. Kemeniiinr' This war hiu been tool _, big to celebrate ltu close by wild hi- .  ., r. , larity alone vToo great. Too cosily.1 , "f, "��* director of the Pasteur Too eiernal> We shall do well to  insiiiiui.- and a world authority on pitvh our song of victory in a higher 1 �'*�euso and some of the 20 has been won. 'For Thine, () Lord, would �e' � advise persons who is the victory." sense they ato affected to keep to their rooms so as to prevent tho spread of the microbes. In that way many cases can be nipped. It is a (|uestton only uf popular discipline. Only by isolating tin; victims, can the spread of th0 disease be chockod." >ll, and ot Mil w IttO- lo be tiaiuU "JHkW Id lied* To the Members and Adherants: As our churches are closed again tomorrow may 1 rotiuosi that all our people hold a brief service in their own homes. There has boon mailed 11 suggestive service which we hope all will find helpful. In these days of sorrow and affliction when our community, churches and homes are being so badly afflicted i^-. 1 remind you of the trout values j of intercessory pt-ayer. If 1 can servo my pooplo In any way at any time in those days, phone 401 or 408 and I shall he glad to respond. Also muy i state that those who desire their Sunday school papers may receive the same by coming to the oast entianco of tho church off Tlth streol between tho hours uf 10:110 and 11:1(0. 0HAS. K. CHAGU, Mlnlstor, ;