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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "Piuie'votm She Xetbbrtoge Ifoerato Xetbbrtt-flc, alberta . -  OAltV AND WEEKLY Pr�fH�tor� anil Publishers THE'LCTHBniOOC HERALD PRINT- � INOCOH^ANV. LIMITED ; 423 6th Str*et touth, Lethbfldfle W. A. Buchanan * President and Managing Director 86bn Torrance  - Business Manager t ; TELEPHONES �uslrtts* Office-............____'1252 Editorial Office ............... 1224 1" i Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .... T)nlly. delivered". Per J'e�:- ......ST.50 Daily, by mail, per year ........S4.no Weekly, by inail. per year ......SI 50 Weekly, by mall, per year to r.S..S2.00 Dates or expiry of subscriptions appear dally on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue th� subscription. WE 6 .AND TOOETHER. You and your family must stand shoulder to ihoulder with every other family In ".hit wide Dominion to protect the fabric cf Canadian commerce and Industry, to that we can aland the strain of the war and readjustment after it. In tome other lands commerce and Industry have been wholly wrecked. -That shall not happen her*. allied rush toward the HUine. It is at Spa today that a momentous fceno is taking pls.ee. The courier i-arryink Uic terms of the allied armls-tic* as Imposed by Marshal Korh was due to arrive at Spa this morning to rocclviv U�e answer of the Gorman*, and that answer must bo "yes" or ' no." Only a straight unqualified answer will ?ult the occasion, as h.v. been made plain by G*n Forh. General exuectatlon* ar� that thn nniwor will hi� >!l*pntehfd by courier today, and ilia: i; will he received at lion Poch'.--io�aih|unrter* In the province of Aisno fotnc tyavjiUl* '-'vcnitin when It ewllt be announced- Should It be an a-cpt-mice i: J* possible that an earlier re-port of ^bjDxtecltRxi will be made by wirm�i�lve� And in' the roeaniime. the allied .tr-mien are overlooking not a jot of their adv.uita^c After a �h Gorman �c- , cepianco, of Koch's terms, before the time limit-which expires on Monday at 11 o'clock. - It wan to get out of this cleverly* imposed trap that the Germans yesterday asked for a provisional immediate sus-penhiun ot hostilities for the purpose of OlsenHiilug armistice. , t'och saw through thl� ruse, and hU refusal was not delayed a minute THE PEACE TEDDY DEMANDS (Theodore Roosevelt at New York). "We y-iall accept no peace not based on the unconditional surrender of Germany and her vassal alUes, Austria and Turkey from the yoke of the Austrian, the Magyar 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 are not at war with Turkey and have not insisted upon putting the Turk out of Europe and freeing the Armenian and the Syrians of all 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 them to lord It over any one else. The true way to put a stop to Germany's ability ag^in to convulse the world by an effort to secure world don-inion is to give, not autonomy, but freedom to a'tthe nations that now cower under the tyranny of Germany ani h-r allies. .Belgium, of course, must be restored and amt'y indemnified; nnrf all the gold that Germany has Cannot repay Belgium for the frightful wrongs so. wantcnly committed against her by Germany during the last four years. crance must receive back Alsace and Lorraine, and Germany be forced to carry out her broken promise to the Danes of North Schleswig. -All of Poland must be a separate commonwealth, with a sea-front on the Baltic: Finland, the Baltic provinces, Lithuania and Ukrainia must be made as absolutely independent of Germany as of Russia; the Ciecho- Slovaks and the Jugo-Slavs must be made into independent commonwealths: the Rumanians iri East Hungary restored to Rumania; the Italians of Southwestern Austria joined to Italy: the Greeks safeguarded in trieir rights: Constantinople made a free city, and all other Injustices remedied in so far as It is humanly possible to do so. .The German stranglehold must be removed from Russia, and we should ourselves help Russia so far as she will permit us to do so." Th - suspense i* awfal. TMK ^RTrffiRmRg-- DAILY HERnXD SATUHHAY. 'NOVKMBKR \k V.m essages for -the^iabbath Since the precautions against, thsj Influenaa pldcinU>�tlll keep the churches closed, the Herald fhU (>*y*ek again! invitedi several of the city Ciergymcji to use its coljlMnp to send a'short message for the Sabbath, to the people of the city. Next �a*or\vo�tls 'of 'Wriu.-i "love yoilr enemies." SI. (Key. Canon. Mm-cell-Wi-Utlii, "f  Augnstln's ' Aiti;llciui Cluifch-i VICTORY! "Thine 0 Lord is lite Victory." I. Chron. XXIX. It. Ad I wrlto tills Sunday moswiigo I realize Hint before, it is in print llio joyous* bolls may be. rliiRltiK. lrt,r D�v last two weeks ouo word has fncml us at every lufti. Vlrrory! The Victory Loan; thn Victory Bond; "lid .for iv longer period every day's paper has i lU- ill! lar u rit:!\t fllMi " "Fr thee ' T; Klc. Are allv" \V V. HuniB. Aetlns Pastor >;" '.'!'.v .'.-:iis. The sermon on the is.* :i section devoted lo slini- prcs-iKCH ;. iTi'e.iler coniuest for the! work' thuii hiiii happened since Iho : year .'.) A.l>. 1 would ;;.'M>loits in n campali;o ^h��l� murder non-eonihataiits antl pny hack In kind-this would hn revenge. It would be contradictory to the Saviour's command "love youv ciucmies." i Jesus wns speal.liiK to u people to whom 'revenge w.i.-- �woet, Tho old dletuiu "an eye 'ov au �>e ami a tooth for a tooth" wan still dear to them. This conception of life must lie chanted- .Hence Ute coi'imaiul "love your enomlas." \\'-e are living in the. ros- t . pel (lisponsa(ioii. i'lie Kingdom of ! i;o�l.ha� rotne... The ci'.Uens of Uiat i how f'hfi.-tory Mons. Maiibeuse. Charleroi-remember AuKiist 1PH."^ What a wonderful ch.uiRe' i.. in iak.' diese sayitiRs liter-rhe nue-stioii comes tt\ us in a specfal-inannc-r at this tfme. Cor the past few year' we have been taciuK n Krea!. cruel, inhutnritt foe. We have looked upon ilia; foe as our enemy. Victory a'pie-nrs in slelit. liow ore we to treat that enemy that has so threatened tli� liberties- ami sacred rights of mankind? In a lecent article in one of our leadint; magazines the writer takes the ground that tlie allies must deal kindly and ser.-M-oiisly with the central power', and cives as 1.1-* reason the injunction of .lesus. "love your eiieiui-e-.'' We ln-lieve thai the samp, standard f mora!- should exi's't between lvatioiis a between individuals. In oiir luiliviMu.il relaf(unships the uuestion of'e-a ari-s. "How are we. lo treat our e:i�-mie.-?" of our conception of these i;ve;.t sayings of i !:� Ms-tT. Are we to take !>�..'in literally" Some per.ons -,iy : .it ilo-y are ihus intended. Well. If so t'.ey are impracticable, and f!ie );est in' persons are hypocrite*. !!ut is it :n>! possible that many have he.-n >;ivi)!i: � to aecnnl to them? In deal'jic with these sayings of .testis we s';ll,villi try and tiiulersiand tl.e conditions under uhlch these words la-tr sp,ik"ii. While the S.xvious came with a u-iiversa'. me.-saKe. yet tr.al niessaRe was f'us.l Kivcu to the lie-brew nation and in a form which that | nation could understand and appre. i ciate. We know that it was the eti.-t.ur, r- :i victory focj I who In that year of human his- ; �eureliased mtin's i'reeilom. Yes: t v.e lie';! to keep ever before us the . !l � .. iMltcss ot the.; war tliat il Is ill-] tie.'-! a car.-.p: trtn for (tfid- -that the victory wo so soon expect to lie cole- ! bra!In.: is the. victory of Jeuts Christ j lis church. \ for God Peace Makers Hty Uev. A. K. stnow. of St. Mary's AftRliean Churrh.1 "Itlessed are the peacemakers, for tliey shall he. called the children of God." St. Matt V.'.t. A soldier's epitaph! Do not these wonderful words of wisdom ring in our ears as we scan nnxiouslj' and wistfully, day by day, tho roll of honor in the newspapers'.' They, we feel, are tho true peace-hiakers in this terrible time, the men who p.ivo their all, who slvc themselves for the cause of peace. The" also, who miike perhaps what is tho creator sacrifice, who come hack maimed or crippled for life, yot light hearted, with th ' That victory lie,"-.mi when .lesiis was; born Sou or Man to redeem the race.; ( Tluit victory Is eo'Uia'.od in every in-! \ dividual who is cliwv; ,otl and sanctl-! fled as a believer in .loses Christ.; That victory is continued wherever1 men band them �e.lvca together into business con i : iilr.fis or societies or nations and brie ; '.heir corporate acts i into harmony with the will of God; ami Hint vtetovy will not he complete; jtltiti: (.':e Miiir ioiur, of this world lio-' come the Kingdoms of Cod. Through Tragedy and Suffering. It has been difticiilt in the presence of this worlil-tratceily of human �orrow, and seemini; v'aste of human life to aee in the conflict any such � victory. The war aee.ued nil the time i to be limiting: the activities fur righteousness by thu drain upon the manhood of the nations; yet even hero 1 wo may calch the vision oV the vie-> tory for "hrist unless we are bereft! of our faith In God. Let us ask our-1 selves: what faith have we In Christ? ! Anyone Can Play This Piano No master *Kow; unexpectedly company may drop in, you will always have a delightful hearts of entertainment if you have a Mason & Risch Player Piano. \\%h-lt In your home, every member ot your family can plny^iny clnss of music-opera, dance, pbpular, the old or new w-nr pieces. You can sltlgr the songe yoti like best and play your own nccompanimonts. Come in mid hear this marvellous Instrument-try It yourself - play some of the latest, musical hits. A champion In the bargain line came to us yesterday In p*rt payment for a new Mason A Risch Player Piano. Its a Weser Bros., New York, p|. ano-an Instrument worthy of the money asked aid we'll make good this claim to your full satisfaction. It's yours for ... $250 MASON & BALMORAL BLOCK . RISCH LIMITED, .FIFTH ST. B. LETHBRIDGE happiness of men � ^'hat Chfist for whom the world was who have made th" ere at surrender- prepared and worked for centuries, these, and those u ho second them over ! T'uit Christ who won His victory on Premier Burden unloaded sumo d.-u.l Wood tills week. It wasn't atl> too soon either Kreat Wit!, "1, , , .; atulna'ion of of mine Kastern phy-ici.in- are -ay:;;-: that tobacco KOod .'or the flu' Probably th.i: i� why lion Mae Kay decid- 1 that i isar -tores -hould he an e\--e|ition to the closiiK rule of 1. net; Hi-.-: sniit. to .hi h.ips. s.uch We'd -lldlV' tip ip- t!l ot.iie: Clllll'se now, lo '!";i".n'l look like a wise thins tgr ihem to have attack of the wri-uTrs cramp either. hilMce i iiii-VC which w a s JudK Nazareth roiuplied ' hi- t!:ne. An clot theso sayint;-". that it would I"1 for us to M.ii.'k Wh...-,vvo1- shall ri^ht cheek turn :' also ' We i.iij� per re re oc. a ^ joti - wlien .itlhl be .iective. We ever, that in tii",ma-sueii a eours.- would, and U'lwise. . We work for the Rood of otlirvs. a ionise would not -nlways the Kood of the wrong do--lesiis himsolf did not a!-ice such a method. In the .i- lo- leashed out the money-rs his words "My Father's �ji: have made it a dn:. tit " cut like the scorpion cords hi- hand wlehied. When 1'au! Ui trial before Ananias ami th" told i Jority e- cas.-.s, he imnr.ieticah must . vi-r and sucii work for er's -.mil, ways pro mple ,i-, liere-tho moth.;-. lover who say to their loved ones "yes, go." the men, vvnmpn and �i -!s who spend themselves in the exha.isiiiiK battle of service at home. Th" typical peacemaker Is lie whose la*; vesting place in iv furelrcn land' is marked. If marked at all. by a roujrh'wooden orosi-the slKil of Christ who b-viRht peace for tile world at the prop of His -precious lilnhrt. "They r-hali he' called the rhllifren- the - ~oS QotV" sons ot God? SnrclysMieetuisc God Himself is the .vithnr of peace, and they who insjtlod' � own ways lubor for peace snow then .'Ives worthy of thu God of Peace, th"ir Heavenly Father. True Peace, l.et us thini; together for a few moments of Gar}' antice and how He Klves It. It in, help us now, and al--o in thai :i:r.'- which Is soon comitiK, when ih- wcr iover, and interna-!.'iuiu.l and il'Hiii'sllr problems come pl'es;.liv� '.ipo-a u-1 wiUl he wilder! UK persistence -lf-.p us io play the part which each of us must play towards the avoiovetnciji of u better and more Christian ?eea heard piead-\, Ing forlhe thinBs'thai are highest ar.d 'bent. Truly liis was a .aHort life, well � llvod. . . Tla �ynniat'hy of the euUru.cominun-Jty.'jfm �o io the loved-one/ left to utOtsro hU death. It Ujoro is a coal shortafio in tho wcaC during the coming winter,' the 'flu l/ill be partly to blame. But tho yrewteat blame will rest ou those who r�tmei} to buy ihiiir coal earl}-. Cp till Wttdnosday l^thhrtd�n had subscribed $70�,�y0 to the Victory Iyian while the province of Prince h'dward Inland had subscribed ttHI,-i�M. Why not make l.ctlibridKe a province? Kocli said to the Huns: '"l'ho.-.e are the allied terms. Take them or leuvo them. But they are good only for hourt" \K's can imagine tlial Poch was remembering at tin; time the fall ot McU some 4s years ago. Poch was in Met? at the time and knows what the heel of Germany as a eouuueror is like. smite the apo-tle on the iiionth. I'anl said unto him "God -hall smite thee thou wi.iti d wall." Such Instance- : reveal liltle of "(uruiuK tile other cheek" attitude, it �'e take 'lie'words 1 litevalls. j T.ike another of tliese sayings. � "Prom him thai w.iiiid boirow ol tjic turn thou not away." I would sirom: , ly advise the man who adopts tbis lii-i eraliy lo keep tlui fact to himself. Il ! wouW not he a safe policy in tho'hu : siness world. Thi-i is ill fact, an j luual hyperbole iiinihleA to eonvy \ the much needed truth tlia! we .-.re tt> � always .r\erei-e tiie siiirit or helpful-ji'-ss i/i tio.-e in I'eed. Wlie.a -lev.u . il: i'i| lite expression "lake no ihourhi for the morrow," In- was facing a pen pie t!i;u had prowa materialistic und I lie is simply telliiiK thi-lii ami lis. tin! ! we must put first thlnits firs.t. Th" '; spiritual must have precedence ov take for grunt-el. of whu h we are scarcely aware, until the peace Is broken by slorin, hurricane or criVtliojiiakc. Then It Is. when we have temporarily lost It, that the minimi tranquility of the 'ce.iieif v.oiii! strlt:.'- usas a positive fact, as ati iuestirii.-tiile boon. Wo wlio have experienced tile nevvft-wrcekiug ex-licrleiice nt a three days' blow In this wind> city �iii roali'te wi^at I mean. Yet llit- iniirhiy winil, tht' eat'ii")U'.tlie. tii" fire represent moiiih of th" tuning or), i force.-- of t.o- hulanceil harmony ami ' c.'-opi-rathi!:, of whloh God. in >-:;- mi-sl.-epitm .�'.'ernanco of Ills Cn-ation, keeps die world stahl" ami serine. a cross. That Christ whose church 1ms been extending His Kingdom ever since. That Christ dethroned by Germany 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 principles of His Kingdom going to win in the world? In spite of everything that for nearly five years has seenied to mock and discredit such a Why ,'A�elfef "'e have gone on asserting It. Yes. Christ must be victorious, nnd even 1n this world-wide horror we can truce Cue proof of such ti faith. Vindicating Righteousness. Pfrst, see how (nis war has teste/] the fnitii of the nations In the ideals of Christ's truth and Chri-t'.s righteousness. "Once to every man ni.il nation Cnmn-a the moment to decide; In the strife iwlxt truth with tube- lioo.l I'or the good or evil .-ide. Some groat cause God's new Mes.-iah Offers each, the bloom or blight; And the choice goes by forever Twixi that darkness and that light." Did that choice ever come to nations so clearly as it came ill our d'ty? A great force full of all the panoply of hell � wept into the'arena of the ti.i lions proclaiming a new gospel of culture; claiming privilege-', for the Su periuan mill Supernntioti which invnh-etl trampling In the du^i all sacred human rights. One by one all the tuitions of the world have had to make the choice and range themselves on one side or the other, l^iok at these Ideals side by side: Illghteousiiess vs. Military Despotism I Liberty .....va...... Material Power j Brotherhood vs. The Gospel of Might I But whone art; these. Idetils of right-\ eousiiess anil brotherhood? Prom I whence did they couio? They are the ideals that .Iciiis clirlst came to make the basis of man's hlRtory^*' What a victory' The nations have come out boldly for the principles of .lesua Christ and they can never tiltogetlier recede from the stand they have taken though they may he unconscious of the. full meaning of their action. In Common Life. In the past, victories Tor Christ have, A Winnipeg Janitor has f 12.000 di-argeiy bee,- ookeil upon as virion** , ^ , (lcl,oalts' amongst twelve dlt-In the individual soul. Tills wnr has taught u? to widen our horizon ns to F)1CKED UP IN ASS1NGI-1 TOR THE BUST VAN The Maritime Nail Works, St. John, N.B., has subscribed $300,000 to tho Victory Loan. of t'rnii! tl :iiiiii . tlli till not tin l"tlll4S outcome of irig tho armistice ha/1 been siKnud. It was a fake and a poor one; at that. *\ Germany in her armistice deliberation-, shown thu same scrap of-lM�p*Uj 'spirit as was exhibited by her four years ago when she Invaded Belgium. The German can't be believed under any circumstances unless the con-quel or is sitting on lop of him with a cluii in bunds. If u per.sOll destroys your property ,amj injures your person and you bring "him before the bar of justice, and the ! senience is passed, you arc not ueces-'sadly disobeying the injunction, "lovtj j your eii-niles " In fact such a course : might he best for the ' wrong'iloor's good and the good of the -� ;Similarly In naii/ual affairs.' . in social life, in politics, national unit ihternaUoiiul. The Peace Maker at Home. Willi the individual It Ih as with the community, for Ood has made each r)no at te- a htt/idle of mighty forces-forces which if left, ungoverned may bring swift disaster, even as oartluinake and hurricane bring death and destruction where (hoy hi enk' forth. Our pa,s-^lons, desires, all Uvjjjjniiy -ail como unite help of our . "e1 snnioneiii-ilowr 'country, of Ivujnantly. ten tlmoH I niiti-l he .piiK.seii. She must he shotti, itiore dear since (rip host i>l�od litis Jof Iut irthi-nsrul puwer, made to v&y.i been s;o freely shod? iso far as. payment cim he made lor tho) it wo would ho God's .puHeuniakois . destruelIon .which she has wrought,4 it will not be hv .standing aaldo in non-ami those re.sjioimiblo lor her crimes! resisting resiginirtoii when big proh- punished ujice Willi All tlii-.. will he In accord.'j loins the ordinary course of ju�-} come up (��U'Ulioll of UK for all solution. Tho co-und of all our fac- ulties, Gii/l given capacities given buck to Gotl for His control, ami all lh in icituiv God i^ the Autlior of Peace. N'l'ure tell: u.; iln-.t peace Is complici'eh; r.tai � ihwi ii is costly. V/e to:il: pe:ii e for t;i it* I il; the days before the |.f. !l ui.e�t!>- ! I lis Passion to tiring had: teen (.� lie dint reeled del' ''a-doomed Mini-, of men. io bring "peace on earih io ine... of good will." And now v.e U'.ih t.i See iii the light ii! his gis it i eit-oll'.-i-lllg, why It is that the bV-oio; of t',;:-peace maker hovel's over the ;;,; vf of our deal' uiies in the v..ir-stricl.on fields. Llio' Him, they haw i;i\eii their lives for ihe cause : wo -da ftd �U�,'IVel.i)!is.�dtiJUi:icl:i.i ion |iropoiinc-td li'jriiliisk'llio Pliiirlsoes ;ijirt 'nur\i>/l thu ni-m ' which. IsiKiicti the '-trafficker out Qt theieifniio coiii'ts. Heru i/i spi. ritual povorty to uiutcli the uv,ur-we/>n-Ing Holf-cohfliKmco of in 111 �n f,' and the heart thtft Icijowb hoii-ow and its sympathy, und the single eye tlial sees Him who is Invisible, ami seeing Him'home; ouiiures In spite of pei'Hi'ciitioilh. All UtOHO' gifts we inusl x;ovet earnestly if wo would be true .pence makers fur It is tho growth of Christ lu us, ami that alone, ihat can make us worthy to be culled "Soils of God." fen^it hanks. what Is Involved - In a victory for Christ. True; He *iust rein in the individual; hut He 'must'rein In com-' mere: and industry; In business and] pleasure; In science anil art; In government and politics; and one great] victory of this war Is going lo he tliat the policies of nations are never' acain going to be the shuttlecocks ofi k-ngs and diplomats; hut they ' :.! going to hi- bailed upon the right j of tree peoples wlio will ileiiiiiml that ' Coy ),/� :-,,'.ei'Il/'(| bv the principle oil' the ttiitli and the right/"Misiiosh as' laadit by .l.'iis Chrlsl. Moreover,, d." rti.it to make million' out of ihe' cee.'s ,1! ii ,. of life :il the expense of; mankind ha - lic.-n ih'tileil through this , w;ir. iit.'l it is m vi-r ai.'.iiil ruing to he i o.'okc/i e| -a ;i - a right. Tito war has , been \ indic.'.lil!': tlie'e prillclplen, and when i; i: over and the world lias time to mink, man Is going lo demand that hi' mi' ai'in life ilns Hie ill common with to- r-'st oi mankind� bo-govern-1 _ cd by them. Oswln Smith, innpoctor under the uy Self sacrifice. | wm \MM� commlMsion or the prov . w'vr ,.,vU,,,',uv,J ,T iu,?,U,ol".H>-u "t sJnskatchewan. died of Spanish victory in that it has vindicated the t ,,,|,,', i,,,._ i_ n....i~r___i ::iiidan:ei!ial principle of Christ; thuj priuciph ChrNt i.e� before his follow-j i'i and died to make eternally victor- i Ions among until The principle tit s.-lf saei ifii e. Nation after nation has I solemnly taken lis place In 4ho con-| n-- to ti'.ich th"r:r. luoo years, e ii. feeble and ineffectual? ' >i:!/| not i,e uij':ii!] if wo who aru I going t.i shout victory will | the fullne si (if.-thai victory i 'urM'lves io perpetuiilo it ns a j or find, through sufferim;, and just leu sacrifice of � urren �!:ii 1  i'lrtbkfultiess to con 1 ' God 1 hlld l.t'c *o lie memory of those nil ,-e - i-erlflce we live; by . c Htai I'.fo lo tho principles ell tl i ;, i:i,!ll. ' ^ i/ihi'.-l I'li:.. war lias been loo '�i'lcbrato ils dose by wild lit '.one Too great. Too costly, etniil. We shall do well to pitch our m;iii; of victory in u higher toy tliaii v.o did for Instance, In the aireo! r hot;; iui'.s after Mal'ekiug. The i'iotic was HU. In many an liour i f d;ii';er did he avert dlsaatur. "r:- e t i'.re'r ' il dicier Wilt Item big lii lurlly Too el Tlicn t lit!!;.-11 i h is the ii el/rate [he victory as wlio' know l>y whose power It i"i won. -Cor TliiiiV), OLord, victory." --1 ra- cily of Vancouver has dial-the districts of nrlllsh Col ilnilila that It will reach its (ftiota of $S,iMiil,ouu before thu districts gain theirs of JR.tiOD.OOO. The districts of Brltisli Columhlu have aeenpted tho challenge. Hr. itoux, liroclor of Llio Pasteur liiHtitute and a world authority on mlurobuM, docluroH that disinfection of ptililh' places Ih of no avail In 1 checking the (dlseusc. "influenza f Hproitd by direct contact," he said "Place 20 purfoutly healthy poraons ; In u clean room with one victim of thn disease and uomu of the 20 would get It. I' advlso persons -who fiisn ihey arc nffeotert to keep to ieir roouiH mo as to proven! the spreail <,f the microbes, lu that wuy ninny eases can he nipped. It. is u question, only of poptilur iliHcipiiue. Only by isolating the victims can tho spread ttf llio disease be checked^ '(( To the,Members and AdheranVs: , As our churches are closed again to. morrow, nuiy 1 riaiuesl that all our people holt) a brief service in their own There has been mailed a sug-ges'ive �. ervlce Which we hope all will fiuil helpful. in tliet.e. days of sorrow and affliction when our community, churches and homos uro being co badly afflicted may 1 remind you of the great values nl' InieriiHsaQry prayer. if 1 can servo my people iu any way at aiiy time in those days, phono 401 or I0{< and ! shall,ho glad lo respond. Also may I state that those who desltu their Sunday school, papers may receive tho same by coming to tho oast entrance of tho church off 11th atreui between the hours of |0;,')0 and ll::ii). CIIAS. W. CIIAGG, Minister. ;