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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1928, Lethbridge, Alberta Page four the lethbr1dge Herald saturday november 24, 1028, toe l Zibil Lille Herald printing company limited proprietors and publishers. 321 sloth St. A. Lith Baldet Alborn. W. A. I3uchanan. President and managing director. John Tor Fiance. Business manager. Subscription Kates , delivered per by mail per year daily to for 6 months zealand new Lias a political the groups Are at divine consideration consideration for others is the motive Power which actuates every action which comes under the head of a Christian action which is none other than a Christ like action. If we interpret Christian into Christ like and not merely apply it to one who is a Christian in the formal meaning of the word we shall pet the True definition of christianity. This is christianity in its Large and flowing measure applied to All who recognize Christ As the pattern for Mankind. There is much in the expression that Are not tempted More than we can Bear. There is the divine cons .251 Sicle ration in this for the frailty that is human. We Are Vul u n u .1 4 of none but we Are Here to Endeavor to be per daily to u. S. T 9.5o feet having Christ As our measure. We May not be Able Ioimo approach the perfect Standard which he set but we , of Niau per j to . 1-1 Iai member audit Bureau of circulations j can get As near to it As possible and the nearer we can the ii raw sctt the South get to that measure the More will our christianity Shine and the truer it will be. There is no finer example of consideration than the tender upbraiding of his disciples by Christ the Garden of suffering where he went through an agony As he prayed with the sweat As it were great drops of blood falling Down to the found them asleep. Said he to Peter could be not watch with me one but Mark the words of consideration to take i away any sting which the rebuke May have conveyed the spirit indeed is willing but the flesh is he allowed for the frailty of the flesh though he had the i right to expect that these close companions of his would have watched with him for one hour at least in his hour of sorrow. Even in chilling Christ was considerate. When he came and saw the disciples asleep again he did not awaken them for their eyes were he knew the state which they were in and had sympathy for them. He had consideration for them. He left them and went away again and prayed the third time. Are we not Apt too often to obey the letter and forget the spirit of christianity Are not our Christian of Surv can t be very much to kick about. I ances often formal so much so that even in our places Nii a new worship we consideration to where we Are bunt Tuit Fanon Alberta and m to worship in the Beauty of holiness that spirit one of them is for a District South of i which gives worship a True meaning. He main line of the Canadian Pacific. Christianity is a religion of consideration consider that a a Good indication of the Faith action of what it signifies consideration in our relations to m the big co operative marketing in one another. It is a religion of service and what is service Terr a m he wheat Belt of the prov-1 but a consideration the expression of unselfish to be. Inconsiderate is to be selfish. Consideration picked up in passing for the Busy Man Saskatchewan legislature will open in december 4. Kamloops h planning Junior High school. E. N. Clinch. Liberal m. L. A. For so Bellbrook election. May not sock or one month from today Rill the straggling shoppers doing their Early christinas shopping. As evidence that tariffs Are a fight to maintain an Rige Kernie Coal operators and Alberta operators do not agree on the 50 duty against u. S. Coal. Tiie present weather May not be conducive to the Sale of fur Coats and j undies but Good highways Are coins More to keep us siness brisk than i o of i the movement of wheat in Southern Alberta May have been slow for a but the Lethbridge rail division starts pouring it out at the rate of 3.000.000 bushels a week. Win. Eager prominently identified the cheese business in Eastern Ontario died at Morrisburg. Automobile accidents on the Slippery streets in Toronto and suburbs Cut Short five lives on saturday night last. A party of 50 old Colony mennonites left Hague. Sask., to join die Man note settlement in Mexico. Hon. C. H. Labillois. 72. Formerly of Dalhousie n. A. Who for 30 years was Active in the Public life of new Bruns Wick died at Montreal. George w. C. Hensley. Director and Active head of Pickford and Black steamship agents died suddenly at Halifax. Frederick w. Lundy. Of Stoney Plain a prominent conservative died in to Ronto general Hospital. He was a native of Peel county. The National w. C. T. A. In Conven Tion it Boston passed a Resolution pledging itself to continue its opposition to the tobacco habit. The average Cost for Domestic electricity to the Homes of the people of Ontario is 1.6 per k. W. H. In 1820 it Able to control the regulatory commis Sions which now n joke in the United states. The Canary Bird has no As the Detector of Gas in mines the United states Bureau of mines hits found after conducting experiments with chickens rabbits dogs pigeons mice and other animals. White mice can be used if the. A binary a not available is both show visible effects of breathing dangerous gases Long before hit men lungs Are affected. Rev. Father o Donnell assistant rec Tor of St. Peter s n. C. Cathedral Lou Den ont., has been appointed Rector of Woodstock. He succeeds Rev. Father o Neill who has resigned because of ill health. Father Gibbons assistant to Woodstock has been transferred to St. Peters London. Rev. Father Joseph of Tillsonburg Lias been transferred to London and will teach in St. Peter s Seminary. Thirty human skeletons Many in a perfect state of preservation were uncovered by workmen engaged in excavating a provincial government Sand Ait on the farm of d. Bockus Orna Aruck township near Cornwall ont. The Bones were transferred from their original Graves and reburied in another portion of the property. Oldest Resi dents of Orna Bruck township Are in Bones Ore those of either Indium or of immigrants who died on Board or the St. Lawrence. A British immigration plan with Canada putting up the Cash is believed to have been propose by the British government and after Long Dir icus Slom to have been rejected by the Canadian government according to the Toronto Star. The plan which emanated from London was that can Ada should Issue debentures to the extent of which would be used to buy land and provide equipment for British immigrants the Money to be paid on an amortization plan by the settlers. Canada was to Hunt the Emi Grant supervise his transportation put him on a farm and then give him assistance in making it go. The British government it is said was willing to guarantee the Bonds. Pulverized Coal can Complete with Oil As fuel source Vancouver nov. Tion of Coal was Umlor discussion at this morning s sf-3pion of the annual meeting of the Western Branch of the Canadian Institute of Aad metallurgy. C. K. Ill inc a. Of the mines Branch. To throng any Light upon the j Ottawa Veail a paper by k. S. Mailoch in Ery surrounding uie skeletons. The. Claim emphatically that As far As they mow no White settler of Orna Bruck township was Ever buried at the site. Many vaio can themselves remember at least eighty years Back and have Amily history of 40 years before then o refer to Are of the opinion that the eral nuns Imam i. Us went into the history of pulverized fuel experiments and the Teini Cal details of systems used for the generation of steam. Application of pulverized Coal to Domestic use was d cussed following Whit do know a cart questions and anhwkh8 some striking tirade facts Are Somo striking Trad facts with Over 101 countries. Canada was tie first coun try to give a British preference ant now has n preferential Trade arrange Mont with countries representing Soo Canada in 30 years 13u8-1kh had a greater ratio of Prosperity 1.8 years to depression one year thai any other country As against 1.79 year of Prosperity m v. S. And 1.14 average of 17 other countries. Canada s Export Trade increased nearly 100 cent. In. The 13 years Between 1913 ant 1026 exceeding every other country that of the United states being Only 2 per cent. The paper Anil it was stated Liat Hotl american and Welsh Anthracite fim Coal were being d in Domestic fur in Eastern Canada Liy Means o separate Krates and fans. Professor. Joseph Daniels. Spoke of plans by a Large corporation there for the generation of electro sower by steam in Competition will Hydro. He said the pulverization Coal meant it could compete with 61 As a fuel. As to Domestic use prof Daniels said Oil and sawdust by Semi had supplanted it. At the churches tomorrow g. G. Coote. . Of Macleod. Was in his speech at Granum the other evening to blame the Low milling Quality of Alberta wheat last year on the mixing at the terminals. The real Causa was that the season against the production of High protein wheat. Doubtless the term Inal elevators did nothing in mixing mid drying to help matters but All the cannot be put on the elevator meanies. Premier King states that in europ Militarist viewpoint still prevail opposed to the industrialist attitude this continent. The result is that Europe is suffering a Handicap As com liars with North America. Just How the Handicap left by War really i incy be seen from the following re cent statement in a British Magazine the great War Cost live. And that was the total Cost of All the belligerents estimated by the league of a in. The could have provided a Home and furnished cottages Worth f.1000 for every family in great Britain. America Canada prance. . Belgium and Prussia. Carrying out this housing could have supplied i very City of 200.000 inhabitants in Tho countries mentioned with a s5.uoo.ooo Library a s5.000.000 hos anal. And a s10.000.000 University. We could have established a Srmst fund which at five per cent. Would have provided an subsidy of a year each towards the salaries of teachers and nurses. After doing All this there would still have been a surplus left equal to uie total value Cfall the Public raid private property existing in and Belgium when the War Hack Cut in for others Means selflessness thinking of others before ourselves. That is what Christ taught and that is what Christ Practised and thereby became what he great example of christianity. Jas. Macdonald who Caine to me ii cams Fiat As a member of a c. P. R. Bridge rang in 1883 and later became j a brakeman and conductor died on wednesday. Dawes has announced unit he will re turn to the banking business after senator Curtis Steps into office March i of the Danube states puts very when he says that a people does not become a nation simply because everybody practises the same religion or belongs to the same race. One thing and one thins Only will to Uve together in conformity to the same Laws. That is the sole basis on. Same race or not is of no importance. If circumstances make it necessary to attach a certain number of people to a state the inhabitants of which be Long to a different race then to these people must be accorded the right to emigrate if they so wish. On the other hand in the event of their consenting to remain they must adapt themselves i valuable Means for his propaganda. Or. Hugenberg to the leadership of the nationalist party. He is an sex director of the famous Krupps factory which embodies the militaristic system which controlled Germany in the pre War Days. He is said to be an imperialist totally against the Post War democratic form of government adopted in Ger Many. He is strongly opposed to the peaceful understanding with foreign Powers. He has in his control an influential number of newspapers on with the sinister title of Der Hugenberg is said to have inspired the plot to place a dictator at the head of the state in 1926. In addition to the control of newspapers in Germany he has under his hand the film interests n Germany which furnishes him with to political conditions and make every Effort to become worthy citizens of their new country. But now As these racial minorities have been granted special privileges there is Al ways the danger that the country to which they originally belong will in j t erf Ere in the internal affairs of us j neighbor with the result that every body la kept on the qui Vive and the slightest misunderstanding can pro Voke War. This u just the situation in the Balkans. With the accession of the peasant party to Power in Rumania under the leadership of Juliu mania. There has been created much internal dissension. The National elections in december of i orld if aids i report of revolutionary Mace with election for the lower House on the 12th and for the Senate in the expected to be fiercely fought Insu Genli marching in the Sci film of Bulgaria serves to show i a he Balkans still furnish the pow the disturbance of the peace

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