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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A �7 V EFOUR LETHBRIDGE , DAILY VOi^J^ya vSATURDAY, NOVEMBERvO, 191 Xetbbriba^ Ibcralb Oetbbri&oet aiDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY ' Pp�ppi�tor� and Publi�her� THB Lethbridqe herald print. INQ COMPANY, LIMITED 823 6th Strett South, Lethbridfle W. A. Buchah�n lent and,Managing Director 'orrance -'- 'Business Manager I: TELEPHONES 'tBuilnu* Office ........... tKditerlal Office .......... 12lk 1224 Sabterlptlon;. Rates: Daily, delivered, per week .15 Dally, delivered! per year ......57.50 i Daily, by man,'per year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mail, per year......ILtO Wqftfcly, by mall, per year-to tJ.S..$2.00 * Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear daily on ^address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue tlie subscription. WE STANb TOGETHER. You �nd your famity mutt tand shoulder to shoulder with every other family in this Wide Dominion to protect the fabric of Canadian commerce and industry, so that we can stand the 'strain of the war and readjustment after i,t. In some other lands commerce and industry have been wholly "wrecked. That shall'not happen here. We stand together. Are YOU with us? Buy Victory Bonds. ^ V � fTHE PROGRESS" OF THE WAR. ^ � German headquarters in Belgiom fare at Spa, on -the e&stem boundary of the country. There the general staff THE PEACE TEDDY bEiWANDS (Theocfore R90iavelt at New York). "Wq shall aecapt no peace not Ibas-ed on the. unconditional surrender of Qerhrariy and her Vassal allies, Austria 'and Turkejr from the yoke of the Austrian, the Magyar and the Turk. Therefore, it is inexcusable in us, and it "a reflection upon our good faith, to have remained to long without declaring war on Turkey, for it it mere hyppcrity to talk of making the world safe for demecriey so long as^ we are not at war with Turkey and have not Insisted upon putting the Turk out of Europe and freeing the Armanlan aqd the Syrians of all creeds from hit yoke and giving Palestine to be made a Jewish state. "I would net subject the German or the Maygar to the dominion of any one else.- Biit neither would,! peWnit them to lord It over any one else. The true Way to put a stop to Germany's ability again to convulse the world by an e^ort to sacure world domlnioir is to .give, not autonomy, but freedom to all tlie nation^ that now cower under the tyranny :cf Germany ani her allies. nPelgiiim, of course, must be re.^tored and amjsty Indemnified; and all the gold that Germany has cannot repay Belgium for the frightful wrongs-so. wantonly, committed against her l)y Gemoany during the last four years. France must receive back Alsace and Lorraine, and Ger many be forced to carry out her broken promise to the Danes of North Schiaswlg. .Ail of Poland must be a separate commonwealth, with a aea-front on the Baltic; Finland, the Baltic provinces, Lithuania and Ukrainia must be made as absolutely independent off Garmany as. of Russia; the Caeeha^ Slovaks and the Jugo-Slivs mutt bie mada into Independent com-monwaiklths; the Rumanians in East Hungary restored to Rumania; the Italians of Southwestern Austi-ia joined is Italy; the Greeks safeguarded :is located, and'there Kaiser Wilhelm- Is spending his time, probably morejj, j(,eir rights; Constantinople made for his own protection from German! g free city, and all other injustices Since the precautlona against th* Inflijenia epidemic sttilix'keep the churches doted, the Herald this wee,k again InVited several of * the city Clergymen to use Its columns to senda ahort message for the Sabbath, {o the people of the city, tttki Saturday, if the oondl-. t\ana still prevail, the same procedure will be followed. Below will be found messages of cheer and comrortvwltii whom he mingled and associated, ^ery brganiza-tIJAi, that enjoyed his services, will find his loss almost Irreparable. No Vbupe^ma;! had stauncher friends and farmer admirers. He -was equipped 'to;fill a big place III-affairs. Young >f^UKh he was, be' had served his fel-iowsiwell. In politics, in welfare and .tgjmmunlty. work; the church and Y. JL bis voice had neen heard plead-' ror'tbo^thinis that are highest ar.d 5t, Truly his was a short life, well f^^Bi/iympathy ot the ,pntlre commun-''M ' .IJfc^'VUl,go to the loved ones left to his death. world at the 'pri'ce of His precious blood. "They shall he called the children-the pons-of God,." W^r sons of God? .ttSurely because God Himself is the author of peace, and play the part which each of us must play towards The world in which we live is nominally touched with.% calm, serene, and' tranquil beautyN which we often tak'e for granted,: of Which we are scarcely aware, until the peace Is ,bi:oken by ;�torm, hurricane or earthquake. Then It is, when we 'have temporarily lost it, that the normal tranquility Of the creaTed world strikes us as a. positive fact, as an inestimable boon.'.We who have experienced the nervoi^recking experience of a three days' blow in this windy city will realize what I mean. Yet the mighty wipcl, the earthquake, the fire represent some of, the strong forces of the l}aianced harmony and co-operation, of which God, in Kls un- -..^ ^^^^ ,^.._________________, .'sleeping governanfce' Of His Creation, always exercise the spirit of helpful- keeps the world stable and serene. nesB to those in 'need. Wh'en Jesus Peace is jCot the outcome of lesser used the expression "take no thought , force-of letting things alone; it refer the morrow," he was facinga peo-1 suits from the delicate balance, the pie that had grown materialistic and ; liarmonlous co-operatjbn of mighty he Is simply telling .them and. us that i forces, all under the sway of a Divine � - 'will. ,* ^.. - A False Peace. The peace which preceded this war was a falsa peace. The mighty forces of human nature, of racial tendency, of ;iational self-assertlveriess were there, but there was hb complete harmony, no real co-operation.":'Jndlvldu- which his hand wielded. When Paul was on trial' before Ananias and the Judge told them that stood JDy to smite the apostle on the mouth, Paul said unto him "God shall smite thee thou whited wall." Such instances reveal little of "turning the .other cheek" attitude, if wa take the words literally. "  Take another of these sayings. "From him that would borrow of thee turn thou not away." I would strongly advise the man who adopts this literally to keep the fact to himself. It would not be a safe policy in the business world. This'is, in fact, 4n original' hyperbole intended to convey the much ne'eded truth that we are to (ReV.- C^non Murrell-Wright, of St AngURtin'8 Anglican Church.) ^ VICTORYl "Thine O Lord is the Victory." f. Chrott. XXIX. n. As >t: write this Sunday message 1 reajiai ttuit before it is in print the joydus bells may be ringing.' For the last two weeks one word has faced us kt every turn. ''Victory! The Victory Loan; the Victory Bond; and for a longer period every day's paper has been shouting to us this same glad sound. These are all real victories; but,;l would ask you to' see how they are the enploits in a campaign which presages a greater conquest for, the world than fias happened since the year 39 A.D. ,1 would atk you to see how :thia conquest is a vfotory foi* Chritt w|to in that year of human, history, purchased man's freedom, 'ires; we. need to keep ever before us I the inwardness of this war-that it is Indeed a campaign tor God-that the vlctoty we so soon expect to be'celebrating is the victory of Jesus Christ and Hia church. ForXlod. . ' . \ That victory began when Jesus was bom Son of Man to redeem the race. That victory is continued In every individual whtf is converted and sanctified as a believer in Jesus Christ. That victory is continued wherever men band themselves together into business corporations or societies or nations and bring their corporate acts into harmony with the will of God; and that victory will not be complete until the Kingdoms of this world become the itingdoms of God. Threugii Tragedy and Suffering. , at; has been^^difticult in the presence' o( this world-tragedy of hunian sorrow, and seeming waste of human lite'.'to see in th% conflict any such Victory. The war seemed all the'lime, to b'e limiting the activities for right-(Bo'tfihess by the dtaln \ipon'the manhood of the natlona;^-yet'even hero wo may. catch the ibh of the, victory for Christ unless-^tye are bereft of our f(ilth in God. Let us asfc ourselves: what faith have we in Christ?-That Christ for whom the world was prepared and'worked for centuries. That Christ who .*on His victory on croas.- That .Christ whobe church has been extending His Kingdom ever since. That Chi^ist dethroned by Germany in whose place they have been trying to set up the gods of Odin and Thor and the gospel of might. What faith have we in this Christ? Are the principles of His Kingdom going to win |h the world? : In spite of everything that for neaf-ly five years has seemed to mock and discredit such a belief, we have gone on asserting it. Yes, Christ must ,be victorious, arid even in this world-wi6e horror we can tvace the proqf of such a faith. Vindicating Righteousness. First, see how tills-:iyar has tested the faith of the nations in the ideals of Christ's truth ahi Christ's ^ight-eousriesg.. , "Once to. every man, and .nation , Comes;the moment to,decide; . . In the strife twixt trutH' ^Ith falsehood -FoV the'good pr evil side. Some ^reat cause God's^new iWessiah Offers, each, the bloom or blight; And the choice goes i>y forever Twixt that darkness and.th*t light." [vflM'd that choice ever cbiiie to nations so clearly as it came in our day? A great force full of all the panoply.of hkl "swept into,the'arena of the nations proclaiming a qew gospel of cui-ture; claiming pfiylleges for tlie Superman and Supernktioh which in-volv-ed trampling in the dust all sacred human rights. One by one all the nations of the world have had to .make the choice and range themselves on one side or the other. Look at these ideals side by side: Righteousness vs. Military Despotism Fpch said to the Huns: "Those ate the allied terms. Take them or leave them. But they are good only for 72 hours." We can Imagine that Foch was, remembering at'the>tlme the fall of ifletz some 48 years ago. Foch was in iietz at the time and knows what the heel of Germany an a conqueror is like. we^must/put first things first. The spiritual must have precedence over the material, and we must not exercise any undue; concern about those things of secondary importance which God has promised to provide, 1 Now regarding the saying ^"Love your .enemies." The Master did not meJ^n that we are to embrace our en- als, classes, groups, nations were emles as a mother embraces her; either engaged In a wild competition child. He did not mean that we are j of self-assertion and self-aggrandize-to look upon them as we do upon our j ment, or, in cowardice or in cynical friends. He did not mean that we 'sloth, standing aside and saying "let ultles, Gbd given capacities given back to God for His control, and all-their energy put forth without self-asser tion in harmony with the movements of pur fellows-stich is and shall be the work of the peace maker at'home. It ia work which can only he effective if, first, we havp made our own.peace with God.  - The Cost of Peace, In grace as in nature God is the Author of Peace. Nature tells us that peace is complicated; grace that it is costly. We took peace for granted in the days before the blow fell under which the whole world is staggering. NojT we have been teaming in a grim and dreadful school what the cost of peace may be. Should we not have dreamed it long ago, we, who are fol lowers of the Crucified? He ^ho is our Peace In virtue of what. He did and bore for us in .Gethsemane and on Calvary? Our eternal peace was verily bought with a price inestimable -the price of His precious blood. He suffered all 'the. mysterious, agony > f His Passion to bring back peace to the distracted, death-doomed . squIs of men! to bring "peace on earth to men of good will." And now we begin to see in the light of his great self-offer Ing, why it is that the blessing of the tji^hfire Is a ,coal shorUge In the if^^uring "the" coming winter, the ^SvUi he partly to blame. But the ate/t blame will rest on .those who 45to,a>uy their coal earijr. The United Press, rival of the Associated Press, Tvith which the Canadian Press is affiliated, pulled off the blg-ge'st boriehead ever pulled in newspa-perdom on this continent when it sent out that dispatch on Thursday saying the armistice had been signed. It was a take and a poor one, at that Germany in her armistice dellbera-tiftna shows the same sorap-of-paper spirit as was exhibited by her'four years ago when she invaded Belgium. The German can't be believed unde^ any circumstances-phless the coi queror Is sitting on top of him with a clulj In hie hands. have committed. What He meatis is , fight it out." Hence the growth of an that we are not to exercise the re- j unCliristian spirit in commerce, Indus-, vengeful, vindictive spirit. There is i try, in social life, in politics, national a vast difference between exercising revenge for a wrong done ind demanding' justice which will punish the wrong. if a person destroys your property and Injures your person and you bring him before the bar ot justice, arid the and international. The Peace Maker at Home. . With the individual it is as with the community, tor God hasxnade each, one o� us a bundle of mighty lorces-forces which it left ungovemed may bring swift disaster, even as earthquake and are to overlook the wrong which they ; things take t"h�eir''courBe." ~"i^Tthem j^p^^^^ hovefs oyer the graves of. our dear ones ih, the war-stricken fields. Like Him, they have iflven their lives for the cause of truth and rlj^ht; tb Him they have offered their souls, that following Him in self-surrender, have earned the title of "Soi|s di God." , thaiLf*^' ^ like best and play'your own accompaniments. Come In and hear this marvellous Ijistrument-try it yourself -play some of the latest m'usicalhita. j ^A cliamplo(i In the bargain line came to 1i� yesterday In part payment for a new Maa-on A RIsch Player Piano. |ta a Wesor Bros., ;New York, Piano-�n Instrument worthy of the mbney asked asd vye'll .nijake good this claim to your ;,full satisfac-tieii. It's yours.for ... MASON i RISCH LIMITED * BAtMORAL BLOCK ' FIFTH ST. 8, LETHBI^iDQE LJberty vs....;:. Material Power Brotherhood vs. The .Qospel of Might But whose are,^these ideals of righteousness and rbrotherhood? From" whence did the/come? They are the ideals that Jesus, Christ came to make the basis of,-maitja history. What a tictbry! The nations have come out' boldly for the principles of , Jesus Christ and they tutn never altogether recede from the; stand'they have taken though'they'mHj; be unconscious of the full meaning of their action. In Cohiifion Life. In the piAt; victories for Christ have largely been looked upon as, vltwi^rie^ in the individual soul. This war has taught us to widen our horizon as to what is involved In a victory for Christ. True; He must rein in, the individual;'but He ifiust rein in commerce and industry; in business and. pleasure; in science and art; in government and politips; and one ^great victory of this war is going to be: that the policies i of nations are never again going to be the shuttlecocks yf kings and d piomats; but ' they �are going to be based, upon the right of free peoples who will demand that they be governed .by tlie.principle cif the truth' and the righteousness as taught by Jesuf ^hrlst. Moreover, the right-to qialce milllouS out bf the nece'siities 'Of'life it the expeiise' ot mankind. has -been denied through tjils war, and it'is never agam going to be looked upon as a right. The war has been vindicating these principles, and when it is over and the wprld has time to think, man is going to demand that his common life (hlS life in-common with the rest of mankind) hd governed by them. ' By Self Sacrifice. This war has evidenced yet-another victory in that it has vindicated the fundamental principle of Christ; *the �principle Christ set before his followers as the guiding star of their lives; the principle Christ lived to exemplify and died to make eternally victorious ataoiijgf men. : The principle of self sacrifice! Nation after nation has solemnly ta'k'en its place in the conflict, ready to ventui'e all, to sacrifice ail, evenithe blood of its noblest and its best. "To 'Such a task," said President Wilson: as the last great nation entered; "To such a taalt we'dedicate our lives-rever:^thlng we^ are-everything we ppssesE." Is It not so? This war has given.the world an exhibition df self sacrifice and' in doing; so ha? set a standard. -Lives havbibeen surrendered iforfprlnciples. Men have died [for these,'principles. ; And lest the victory be iQSt we must'live 'or those same princi|)les or dishonor the dead. They are tiie principles of Christ.. The principles the church has been trying ^o teach these 1900 years. Has she been feeble and inetfectual? She should not be again if we who are 80 soon gpihg to, shout yibtoiy, will realize the fullhesBjiOf that victory and'set ourselves to perpetuate it as a victory for God, ttepugh buffering, vindicating '.righteoii^ess and' justice in common life, by the sacrifice ot self.. � �  ; ^ , When the hour bf final- victory! strikes bb sure you utter a heartfelt: "Thank God!" Every last wan, woman and ciiild should go down iipon the kiiee in trub thankfulness to consecrate life to the memory of those through .whose shcrlfice wc^live; by dedicating that life to the principles for which they dfed. . Remember! .This war has been'too big to celebrate Jts close by wild hi- r)IGKED UP IN ASSINGE-=I -:-^--. V- � ' FOR THE' BTJSY MA.N iThe Maritime Nail Works,: St. John, N.B., has subscribed |300,ppOi to the Victory Loan. ' . .r., A Winnipeg janitor has |12,000 divided In deposits amongst twelve different banks. St. Thomas Street Railway had receipts during October amounting . to $1,347.02, while its expenses exceeded that amount by-$2,000. ' On Oct, 27,'Abraham Sudgan, 82, a farmer, in Parry Sound, left home in search of a horse which had strayed, and hb has not been seen since.. Rev. James and Mrs. Fraser, formerly Presbyterlah- pastor at Chelsea, died within a couple of hours of each other. nie^^%^tha^. tiWhship;,'�di^ n;^^^ ldw!}iig ,a:;l4n*w>'y � JUness.' He.-wftis 7fi ye-Brs' of a^e�''^ . . - ^ ,Rev. J. W.'Woodslfle, M. A, .of OhaimerB church, Tor have been seized. , � y � ^, Caesar. Rltz,^ who established the.: Ritz Sj^steni of ;hbtells iiriironiih,ent 'Cities in Europe and thevUnltetf^.^tates, died at a jsanltatium inLucerne/'Switz-eriand. ' � /;. The Rev. B. G. Hnstofi,' late of the diocese df Ottawa, has joined the staff of the Church of the Holy *5rinity in Toronto as assistani priest In the stead of the Rev. Aj J. Arthur who Is now in charge of the church at'.'Ml. Dennis. ' The death occurred in � Medicine Hat, Alta., ot Jessie^ Forbes; eldest daughter of W! Illam' Forbes,', Woodstock, and wife of the late Harold Cook, whose death occurred on. Oc-tbber 22. In both cases 4eath was due to influenza:  <; . The city bf Vancouver has clial-lenged the' districts ot pritlsh ,iCo1-.^mbia that it will reabti its qubtiil^^of $8,000,000 before th6 dietTictSi'gain theirs of $5,000,000. The districts of British Columbia have accepted the challenge. Dr. Roux,-director of tlie Pasteur larity fme. ^Tj^ �reat Tpo^stly^ In^tu^'y^rrw^ld"at^^^ Too eternal.* We shall do well to;_.,.__^._ ____ ^..^ ji,i,�aah,�, Too eternal.^ We shall plt9h pur so,4g of. victory in a higher key than we did fbn instance, in the street shoutings, aifter Mafeking. The battle, was His. In many an hour of danger idld he avert disaster. Then let us oelehrate the victory ds those who know ijy whose power it has been won. "For Thine, O Lord, is the victory." To the Members and Adherents: As our chu'rclieS are dosed again tomorrow may^ 1 rbQuest that all our pob-pie hold a brief service in their own homes. There has been mailed a suggestive service which we h6pe all will find helpful. In these days of sorrow and affliction when our community, churches and homes are being so badly afflicted ^ I remind yoii' of the groat values microbes, declares that disinfection of public places is. of; no avail in checking the disease. "Influenza is spread by direct cpnUct," he said. "Place 20 perfectly healthy persons in a clean room ^Jth one victim of the disease and |Some of the 20 would get it. I advise persons who sense they are affected to; keep to their rpoms so as to prevent the spread of the microbes. In that way 'many oases can be'nipped. It is a question only of popular diaclipilne.' Only by isolating the victims can the sp^-ead of the disease be checked." of Intercessory prayer If I can serve my people in any way at any time in these days, phone 404 or 408 and I shall be glad to respond, Also may I state that those who desire their Sunday jchool papers may receive the same by coming to the'east entrance, bf the church off llih street between the hours of 10:30 and 11:30. OHAS. E. CRAGG, Minister, ;