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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE IJETHBRIDGE DAItT HERALD \ SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1�20' VAtLV and WEI�av THE EASTER MESSAGE TH� LVTHtRIDaK HKRALO -PRINTINa COMPANY, biMITIO I* Itit tr-i South, Lat^brtrif* y. W. A. auoMfian PrM^deat a^c) llanaslB� Oireotcr Mhn TorraiiM - BuainoM Managat TI^LKPNONKS . Offica.......... MItactai 0�nca ........ Wambar Aatflt Buraau Clreulat)o;ia Subaeriptian Ratat: JDIIII7, deHrared. per week .....9 .16 IMlT, deUvarad, per year .....7.50 Oalli',' by ajaU, par year ....... J.OO Waakiy, by folll. par year...... !.$ .Waakln by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 'They arc not (lend hut gone before." -In triunipImritTt)^fle#'W icssage which linstcr brings is flashed o\U. The Bivifle OmnWifJii'^e, witli tiie signs of Nnture which He has crentetl, in the season hi w|lich Eastei* falls, prcjclaims the everlasting truth of Eternal Life. In tjai^ great, truth is (crystallized all that Christianity stands for in the hopo it gives and the consoii\tion it brvngs* For this over nineteen hiiridred years ago the: Great Sacrifice was i'nado:^and on the heights of Olyai^ nuiig the Main of Sorrolrs to rise again on that first Easter Day bringing' the radiance of hope to mankind. Take the Resurrection away or bring doubts to bear on it, and Christinnity, in spite of the lofty principles it teaches, is robbed of u' sustaining hope. Jt is a hope which brings consoli^tioirvto many a heart bowed down with- sorrow. It is the great Jink between the Here and tjhe Hereafter. It points the road laid by the lofty, truths which are^enil)Qclied in the Christian crewi. Iv gives nidiance to life here below �jvuiej^" otJxer-wi.sc would be fruitle-^^.^ and barren were not the Great Christiafi Trnth ,present to illununc the way we should regard it. "Ijii'e does not end" hefe below. The Easter Message sustains tins belief. ' �.; Throughout dead Nature, as it appeared to be. tl�� sap of life_ if.' beginning to run inUhe season in which' Easter falls. The buds ill the^ trees are waiting toVliow theinsehcs and ' to testify that life .is^lihe)^,-though to all semblance it has gone. Year by year as .Eaat�r r^euiTB there are silent st'^rmons preached afl round telling us thatJhe^Resnrxecr tion is a fact. There is the joy lirmrcd in mfniature of the great jdyj which a sure faith in the Resurrcition brings. .\ - It is well that the Cburcli ,i;ivcs Easter lhe.i)ronuuencV it'';recei\'e8. It is well that Knstcr should couic rountl with its message. of hape^-^d with the reminder that it brings. . It would be well also forje'aelvori.e, of. iis to grasp the sigin"ficance of blaster, li is not merely a holiday-.-i^t is sometiung more than Thar. It tells us that Hife and Deatii' are-not realities. It tells us that they are but passing phases in the ".grofitisobeijie: of \]w Creator. It dircf-ts us to another goal, somfctliiug beyond'the making the most of life below.'be it for business or pleasure...'"Tliete is the othur life to which Eltster opens the gates of thought..: It'needed C A is to re "'^ (Tethscniano and the pains of Calvary to proclairiv.tiie truth. , .. '.' ' " J Tt was broTiulit to TlTt> world through much suffering, �'�\\lio .ahAlh.'Sfrv'tlVar-Kam as an iustuunou m the c.iv de-; ^j^^, .-^ ^^^^^ ^.^^^^^ provided the world sen#-it aright, w - L_:_______.-1.1. .....______. -i!, t*_^i^_*fi Ovtaa Bxpiry ot subscription ap-9ma^ �at|jr qjb addree? label. Accept-uoa of i^perg attar eviration dat? lb o�|r attVI>ority to couttDua tba �lib' �arliitieB. TKt Y. M. C. A. AS AN INSTITUTION � Whether the V. C. pends larrely on the. interest taken In i it by tb.'? citizens. If the citizens value i the comfort and consolation it brings with the jness.ige of .Easte|;? ^,..c Its alace in the coinmunltj- life .ol the'T--city, if thay regard it an essential In the welfare of the Life of the young In the city., the campaisn for raember-Bhip next week,should carry its owu appeal. fap'!*s work out so tap4as the people of Ire-1 land regard it. In its endeavor to a./-rive at sonie sort of a compromise between 'the contending factions in Ireland, it,appears to have pleased no one in particular. In favor of th� bill, ho^yeyer. there is this to be said.^hat E. {4. Barker Enterti|ii�il The Debating Club - ioeial �: Functions Ar^Hlld :' iProm Oor 0.wnyCoTreii>on�lent> C.^RDeTO>(, Mjtrch 31.-MJas LUy Bates has-'reaigued keg poa^tipn at tbe telephq^ne; office," ^nd leaves tqiiday for Utab. Vh^e^^e intenda.'to a^tar a buslfaesB �toll�Ke, whetber ah,^ will tell a mah. before s)]|e retur&a tb^not definitely'fslati^d- . ... S^iaa IjW Nielson entertitlned the tfele^hon^jDfBce staff In Konor of Miss Batqs. :wlt^ a free picture'jiboaraiad ItKhJ) refreahmenta afVeii7"'li>4*^}^ Miaa lRbs4Ma'tKln is �ntaftkiUi#| in.-bAr hondr.  � : Mi-. J. cW. Wbolf,- fornierliKlMir.lill.CP,. P., fpr Cardeton (l�8trtct'lii;lJ5i- towin-vls-fltintj frJenAa and attend^.-to jbuslpess matters. '. ' ' MK y. .V. Ch^'sti*, bar ;ia*4l� ;Vinc|al veterinary, made a ylrfj tipi,Ma Igrath list, -week on it^peJisiibni'"' � I Mf-. I.vM.^ Coorfbs ,nfhde ,iS, buisifaesV �r'en' irn-b ntimx man -Br.'tijiut tor- the-|�at tan yaar�-mu idal ju^eriittettdeniLbf TM Datroi Brhiah Colunibfa', will hold a refer-i' ^ha larfest In the^ month daring tiie paiiit;three years. .  - /� - � ' - \" Dr. O. E.vBlahri of Chesley has been appoiiiited public school dei^t4l surgeon 5f6r Wlpdaor and - Wal^er-vUle at $3,000 a year. - />R'ay. Dr. James R.~Menties, aent l|rbm / Toronto as a,, finlsiBionary to China, is reported to Tiave been killed by bandits. , 'The^death o'ccurred w*y,, CHavanpl ^Hardl- -a young Italian,  Jumped overhba?* and Bwanv-^ from the steamer Peaaro from Naples, ' He would probably have succeeded-lb '4>isatlilg the Immigration authofltlelft at JBUlB Island, K.' Y.; had the pile iie':/rled'to climb not bi-ov6d iWb BllppeJTr, The police \l|^t nauledy'(f!�iiin. i The Queeifi of :SheWi In all har glory, and then aonie,.w�i not arrayb^i as wtn be the' !'8tift�tan(" of-the Portland,* Ore.r*btarlaAi'"Whb will invade British Col|y^bia's capital .1,000 strongv Afirll 3 to 6|!-fpr4he annual nortl^west npnf^itence of-itotsLry Clubs. A programme -of bewildering. noveUled has alreacbr been prepared, but no oqe wil) . I - ." " � - , , - I that ibn- . , _ . , _____ btloA^rof gram, ihis;:yaal|'; aofcoI'dWi^to ik C? !;e%feniiin, �''vic^-preBiff��it--'a5#'l|i�n'elral' lifagar ojf the Caa^liitf l>ik!lf6 lUll-i.i Tl�''clii*8 of-pe^pW :tli(|> tibai*' "y::ll�9,l�d. to rely ttpotf' IntthirwiBt ptoNila^dtaliovel \t>6rkvha^ iiltfiC't^^ leMfftifc Mid co4n I�rge nuiBKer8.v "At t iWAt.i'K Mr.N.qaletaiu �i�olwt�i|. ta: qu^llHfetibn^ 'Vtbayllkr* �>tn. eAMi.trT'i ing to return to Europe." y � Many' easteniZ/rMethodiatrf Jbhurcli; leaders are esp��i�d tdba fa Vag^boao ver for the 34th:aftbi�t^8Mido& bt th� N^ethbdis^ Ccnference. lirhioh meetb|rai(hm(i com; mlttee has already completed; Ita kv r^ngementa. The ^ati^tlqnlng .committee win meet Mbndayi; Mb^ 10. laad qith4r' committees will hold meetiaga ^i^iTlfrSO: that they j^ayrhaiter ^ry* tlllaii in raadinesa f6r t))e .oi^blag. bt th^: conference. Tb^a J^x^ aKnn;tIiaa ordinary iiaterest .^wjU ^dentrei *-fii tha veppfta as all records'wtn^bVjpabB^, t]|�i; J'orward MovaaMat -haxiff vtvba. .ft;g|��t imp*tu�to'-^ Alliance of Theatre Stage Empli viiit their -_-:! parente,* wiib^reslde In that district. ."Nl .,-Mr.-Ma#taWoolf, whe was here attending the-funeral of-hla 8�in'B wife, j,>Irs. J. F. Woolf,.9f'Lethbrifeb. has, 'vetumed to Edmbntott to-reBume hi^l laVo-favere-re. , \ i-'^ The Stake Tkbemacle. Is arfknging to install a lavatory. Mr.,8., S. New-jton has the prints out, and work will aoi){imence as soon as possible. '?klr. -^V'. h: Coombs returned .from Caigarj^ Where he spent several dai^s In connection with hla plumbing busi-n^B.  , MX, N. BfiTker was the speaker at the Debating Club pa Saturday last, hi8.^bject >ras "Reminiscence of i jSmitheriFAlberta forty years ago,"' �which w^as not o(ily amusing, but in jstructive and entertaining; ' Mr. F. W. >tkin8 after a tour of Western Canada and the United States has returned lookifig hale, and ihearty and ready'for, the' Bii^iner trade, he-reports a fine trip and a'prof-,Uable.o?^.ai^ he m\X?t^ business with Ale^^Ure.. hjB also visjtea Vtai^i on his iretinrn.,:^:;.;^,-"'V ' � Mg.; iaiii, Mr$: tsle:; fj^oUiiad of the Cahii^7th, lnN|| honor of her. daughter, Dorothy IVII-;helmina's. bir.thd|^ .Slxti?^ V"** people were piresimt ^^abj 8i�veral ladies, who were Invited m courteay to Mrs. Haines, Matron of-the.; Garda-. ton hospital and Mrs. Pij;ktt>iot Wey-. bum, Sask, who Is visiting her BPn Dr. W. S. Pickup and famljy. The feature of the affair was theluticheon, the appointments of which w.era. very unique and appropriate, the ' .fllntiig room was attractive with Iti- warmth of coloj, as the little guests gathered around the table, they s^ng,we�tly. Interest, which ^as centerail on, the beautiful birthday' cake with lt8 six candlesf at once spread to the sur-, rounduig decorations w^ich grace fbe t^ble, the small hostess received many gifts. Eacji guest received a dainty souvenir Of the occasion. --.--- //also pays to look arourfd$efore you life insurance A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLARQAINED YmtfWiU Sjatie Many BbllQrs Ifyr Purchci$in^ Your Imurcaice F^nm-^ ; THt COMPANY THAT HAS ONE-EIGMTH OF THE ENTIRE-POPULj^-WON^V CANADA AND THi 'l/ � r - . *J^ITEDSTAT!E� IN'SOIIBP WITH THEM; \ i^tri^me^ ^ DUtrictMiiiiager- r 201-203 Sherlock Block. J. Norfmgtoii, Phonf 33�cannot but hold that the British Government, however eager to bring peace and contentment to Ireland, have a Herculean task^ieCorc them. The fraraers of the new Home "Rule Bill deserve more syinpalhy than criticism. In the long run the salvation of Ireland rests on unity, with tl^e sinkjng of prejudices, among her own people. Thousands Have Chosen the Mason & Risch W 'ITH dozens'of differen". makes to_^ choose' fromi there rnnst be a good. reason vvhy this' instrument/ is so popular. That reason Is the quality of constrAction-of de^ \ign--of to|te. . ' The famous Mason & RiscU costs less than you think. Ask for pricea and easy jjayment terms. Style Boolclet tree. MASON LINiTED almeral tlaak '�"^iia Heme ( tha Vlatreia* Oxfords That Will Fit the Foot We have Dres^ or Walking Oxfords in .widths.^and lengths, that will fit. You can have them in widths AA to D and lengths 2% to 8. They will remain snug arid cpmtortable at the heel. These in the latest styles and in kid, calf or patent leather. BLACKS AND BROWNS ARE FASHIONABLE, Look these over early and make your selection for you may not be successful later on. , ASK TO BE FITTED ^ SHOES P.OR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. .SHERLOCK BUILDINC THt GREATEST-SJOItY V^.ll.l told tomorrpv*. iaievery Church la title city* It is Faith's SwWime Assurance upon tht ancient / ' Question, "If a man dies, shall hA live agalnri , Alongside of this Message the gropings a:nd sl^cU'- -latlonja and experiments o! air Oliver Lodge and Copuji iSoyle shrivel into%iettines8 and InadeqiMjfcy.. . . RESURRECTION ef^ESUS CHRIST -the one surest warrant; of Man's L4fe Beyond tha Grave. -' � � � .Vr COMe to church tomorrow, and ahare tba Comfort' and Hope and Joy of THE EASTER MESSAGE In Sermon, Song and Flowers.. ' This s:dvertiaemep.t is. a token of the Stranger's Welcome in Every ^House of Worahip In Lethhridge. For 'locations, hoursi of service, etc., tee following. . . church not^ices. _^  remember tliat in case of sickneu, sorrow, or ^dther trouble, any Minister of the Gospel ttIU be glad ^to-help. ANGLICAN St. Auguatiifa Church, cor. ftthVSt. 8th and Rev. Gore m. Barj>ow Ave. Eaater Sunday. , / ST. MAf > ? ? : " � ' /  . , ' NOTICE ' ed Tn before six o'clock Friday : to ensure insertion, as t.liis ? pafee goes to press early Sat- : urday morning. :� * ? ? ? ? > ? > ? ? > THE JnITED CHURCH'OF NORTH LETHBRIDGl^ Rev. E. J.NIOdgini, B^A-r Pastor 12/1 5th Aye. N. Phonq,.1859 Choir Leadeh, Mrs. F. Jackain. Special Easter SeiMe33,,the pastor will preach. Specikl music by junior and senior choirs. 10 a.m.:. Junior choir practice. .10 a.m.. Boys' Dept. of the Sunday School in the Hall. 11 a.m.: Morning SerA'ice. 2 o'clock,. .Beginners ^nd' Primary de-' partments of the Sunday School in the Hall. 2 o'clock, Girls' Dept. of the Sunday School in the Church. 3.1,^: Adult Dept. of the S. S. in the Haii..... 7.1,5,: Song Service. -7:30- tevening Service. OHRISTIANi CHURCH Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Car. 3rd Ave. and Bth St- S. Bible School at 10.30: Mr. S. Knock, Supt. Preaching Service at 11.30 a.m. An Easter' Sermon. Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p.m.; I,eader, Mr. Burke. Evening Service al 7.30: A special \ Efeister ' program presented by the  Sunday School. The Pastor will occupy the pulpit in the morning. 10.00''a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beglnneirs Class. ' ' 7 ' 11 a.m.: SaorameBt of ,th6 Lord's Sui)-per. 12.15. Big Sisters. , 2 tTm.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Cias^: 7.80 p.m.: Special Eastier" Service. Rev. Capt. DeiKion will preach at both services. n Easter Sunday Musle-K-npxr Church Morning Anthem, "There is a Green Hill Par Away," (Someriset)} Solo,. "Messiah Victorious," (Hammond), Miss Simm? Evening Antheinj"Lo, the Tomb is Bmj)ty," (Dr. Broome); Solo, ," 1 Know That My Redeemer Liveth," (Messiah), Mrs. B. P. Lay-ton;- Chorus, Hallelujah." (Mea- 'isiali). . FIRST baptist CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Street Rev. F. W, PaTO!�^Mrrtl�t�P Mr; B. Jones, f}irector-6f Choir . WHA^r WE,STAI