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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE iJMrttfrUlMUC rii'.MAl.n SATUHOAY, NOVKMBF.n 22, Labor and the Church (By J. E. Middlcton) capitalistic came. It b a camplimecL beyond i enemy to organizer ily ainilts tiii the filth br.ags con- tentment. Tie wzrch for bappinoss has fcese daciauUG lor Ac- cieDl pMtoMfiakn (bit it Mir b7 Teacher OcLned the high- est TlidtEm M ia easariiois to be good tW to All down tie years, who teva wjjhi 10 pat- tern thiir HTM aUsT tho Grsai Ei- mplo liATe happy. Mao'-erllnct's Imi Blri ha_j IUILS conMSntly IQ tisir Bat spiritual, contcnioifnt not ttiricd acib'tioa. TboEansds or IEC'J have come to places o! _ Influenco In (ho world got the ed ls, Uro son oi an EorlLfth cotu- T to St. Peter'f chtlr. From to as unseeing leaders turn- riT from (he poor, caw and wissr appealed- SomeUniea U mMM contention. but In tie end the cinrch Etood by the coamoQ mm and served his owdE. It church it o[ todiy sets itJcll to study prottozis. to !lnd tha emws o[ onrwt, to Traits public iutc rut !n footn hero and abroad. It Is oul Us ancient trtiii- and proving onco "more Us etcr- origin. No mere bumin society mainluu its ideals lor S.MM) jreare through a changing, even kale IN ITAllAN HOUSE And May Hefuse lo Take Oath of May Not Deliver THE DAILY MISERY OF ILl-HEALIl Ttree YMH ROMK, N'ov. Ovlns to ihe rres Cc of a larae number of aatl-eon- stiiuliuual tbo from Ihe. tlitvno tu parliament raij" Iw de- HTereJ by Frvmtor Nilll or some other offlc lal. instead of by King Victor Em- manuel. acccnilag to the newspaper j halie, -srhlch rays that all the probatle Rtttiuda of the Socialist gruup. Oaly twice la the pest has !hp bpeech not been delivered by (he In 1S4S. when King Charles Al- 1S60. ivh was ill. Victor Kmoanael i auU th.t th. church _________ inspiration to stray and Iho will friend. the Cospii m euccetdirom fisiilUrity wilh the EaE- llsh Bible. Ho-f miny labor leaders of Grest- Britain began lila by taking their own lives ser-ously? Tbe list is- long 'and impressive. Part 6: a Christian's happiness conies la fustics asair.st injustice and irons. _Ho Is noi.iadUicJ 10 Us :u comfortably of us liberties, and the o: Us future. LAWYER WHO OWNED STILL IS FINED 5500 Tho lUlle also says thai Socialist deputies may; perhaps, refuse-to leie i the oath or allegLinre, proposing to It3 II. Tbe ssme proposition has been made several limes .and always been rejected. The newspaper re- raarta, however, that tho situation Is now much.' changed and the proposal may he favorably received. Sulara In Place of Tillonl ROME. Nor. Scalara, minister without portfolio and Italy's Out.. NOT. G. leEy. The Gospe _ dan ol_ yearning rather a" stimulating hall- Bagley, a local IB wye r, was fined 5500 baring for Nirvana bul'slon contrary .to, the-Inland IS cil to enllnm-jAcL The prosecution ipran at P_oupT car. be ocrod by It la i TrtM i preciailon to "Prmtts" as o- prcrpxillTC b the Trill iwt Lav -and are a E to the of the Mr. I L. S. ArnoW, Man., "I Cot jacne of vonr cured' 27 ctrieteni Be U. 0 r carter, or tablet fe Booklet TRTS. Pntt-Food of. Hevenue ig a i prise when It presented a Dew charge, accusing lawyer of having per- formed B criminalt'opera.llon.on- >Irs. Ijennla Smith" McDonald. The prisoner [did net plead aiid was remanded. Jxiodon -Medlcil .Omcer.ot Health jnas declared mmur o( the ealinj houses in Oiat city lo bs In an un- sanitary condition. Famous Wash Heals Skin Tenresentatire on the supreme coun- cil of Ihe peace conference, may suc- ceed Foreign Minister Tiltonl, who IE to have asked the premier for permission to resign, according lo (he Epoc-i. Socialists elected at fhc re- cent elections have decided. (o a dispatch from Milan, lo flcjnand besides the immediate demobilization of tho Brmy, [lie replacemeiit of the present ministers ol war anJ navy, Lleui.-Con. Albrlccl and Roar-Admiral Eecchi, by civilians. In addition, the] are reported to r.st, 1L la an In- vestigation as to tbe reasons which caused Italy's entrance Jnto the and why she received several offers of peace. V., thp of skin remed lee wUl.reniote affiictrbcs t that haro made "your" life a burden.; Thai, intolerable itching, burning and disconrforl. will disappear unrter the j of this remedy. It bas cured many pronounced incurable and will reach "your We gTiarantee the Irrst boLtle lo bring you J. D. Hlginbotham t Co., Ltd., drug- MR. GASPARD DUBORQ 153 ATenuc Pins IX, Montreal. "For threo yesrs, I a krritte Dyjpepsia and my geaeral health bsd. I consulted, a physician aiid look his medicine and faithfully carried out his instrcelious; but I did not Improve and f nelly tAa Jccfiv told me I caitld not cured. At this time, a friend advised ml to Iry 'I'rvit-a-tiics' and I did so. taking two boics of iins'f I TTOS (frcitly relieved; and gradually this marveloua fruit medicine reaflo me completely well. My digestion, and general health ETC of which I owa lo GASFARD DDBORD. for ?2.50, trial At all dealers or sent postpaid bjr Limited, OLUwi, Ont, MIS MADE Hon. Htrry MilU Will Those Responsible (or Tilk of Secession TORONTO, Ncv. On- tario provincial govtrnmcnt tiV- Ing action to Inquire Into nnd try and the de- of thou -who that northern OnUrLv ihould get better treatment or ttcede from older part ol the province. On Wednei- day next, Hon. Harry Mills, who will be minister of mines at soon as the Inn da, forest and de- partment Is divided, v.ill start on n tour oT the northern districts ID meet the people up there and learn their Mr. Mills may be accompanied by other members of ihe Drury cabinet. BLUE RIBBON Blue Ribbon Tea is a welcome guest in every home. It soon becomes "one of the TRY IT. WALLS OF NEW CHURCH WILL HAVE INSCRIBED NAMES OF. CANADA'S DEAD D. D. D. EAT FRUIT OUT OF SEASON In or "any of the Winter months- you may have Peaches, .Pears, Figs, Prunes, Muscatel Raising or Apricots. Ask for "Green Plume" Dried Pruiti. in the 5-lb. sealed come from Cali- fornia to you-without touch of human hands. Ask' your Grocer for them. CateHI't Mtckronl not only Mtisflei, but It builds muscle tad bone. sure for b hungry funllj, Sold ercmrbtre. Cm- Ulowtntod book Girl it (trat frM on con- 100 delklotu, lUinpU i quicklr prvpwd TbeCH. CateliiCo, Ltd. Qunio EREDERICTOX, N. B., Xov.-22.-rf The strike o! miners at Ihe Mintq ccal mines beqomea erCective Monday, afterriion, iS'ov- 24, it was announced this morning by John Henderson, manager of tho Miiito Coal company, who had1 been so inforired by William Hays, United Mine Worters' reprc- scntative. Two hundred men are at- Cected. They demand a 10 per csnl. in- CTcaso Id wages and the eight hour day. MONTRHAlj, Nor. church will be erected In Notre Dame de Grace, a. suburb of Montreal, upon the walls of which will be Inscribed the names o[ man who died for Canada in the great war. The church will bo used by the combined corgrc: gallons of the Anglican church of the Good Shepherd and Trinity church. Slity thousand Canadians were killed. NDV, 23rd STARLAND THEATRE COMMISSIONER MEECH, SPEAKER SUBJECTS: (1) "CITY GOVERNMENT'; (2) "THE. HOUSING- PROBLEM.'' Dogrs Open, 2.45 Mtctlrg at 340 Everybody Welcome. Questions and New buildings are lo be erected for the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Belle- ville. Grade Crossing Accident at HowmanviUc I.-ed to Suit TORONTO." Nov. Justice L1O3Q has disinhfcd the action ngui Ihe Grand Trunk Railivay lu recover for the deaUiSF of William Johnson, J. J. H. Fletcher, Mrs. Florence Walker aud J. P. Nor- were killed at Dowman- ville on Aug. 11, 1917, on crossinp. Thclr auto, containing a, party or six, held up at the crossing by I a freight train. Afler waiting 3omei minutes tho trainmen cut- the freight I train in two ejid the auto started j forward immediately. IL was struck by (he flier which the occupants might have seen had they IpoXed,