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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE TUB I. E T U IUU I) 0 E DAI I. HERALD SATURDAY, APRU. IS, IBM THE CASE OF THE CHURCH LETII BUI E'S 0 RUATK8T 1XST1T UTI ON Loihlm.lov has iimiiy mstilimoiis enterprises, sill scekmLModo'lnisinosswilhllu'iieiiidc. IVol.tMv the Ira-ges. of those-lnm. he poml- of o of hm-su-d and workers eHgago.l-iiiHj i-i tj.ii the most is lUe Ul.r feimii Church ol h 1 he loril mulor various tlouoiiiiufttioun iT.Ve She, The the Chun-b hi all eacu- is real ami vital. -WITHOUT EQVAL IX ALL THE WORLD In -i-ro worhl-wiilc extent, membrrshiii ami iuilucnco, tl.oChriif anChim-UU the palest t.irtUutlmi m exisN we. Of .ho local every one oo rUos itself but a ministering part ol the Church Urn of which JL'susC'lirisl is the head. TIIK BVSISESS OF THE CIIl'KCII The churches in our city do not exist for -U directed bv their Master they nre an your midst, -Not i, unto, but to -They l.vo to serve. Their business is to help the people in highest v, ;n EXTENDING A WELCOME This Advertisement is another form of (lie Church's constant endeavor to say to all men Unit tin; Church is interested in them. Anybody is welcome in every Clmri'h in the city or district. The ministers will be ylud to assist any person who may be in trouble. __., MANY FORMS: ONE MISSION The various agencies of every these agencies arc more, numerous than some persons know ail menu I- to minister to mini in his worship of God, in his service to his fellow-man, and in the development of his own character. The churches are all one in an earnest desire to serve the people. w INVESTIGATE TUTS TOSIORHOW A real welcome awaits visitors at every Church. There arc many reasons, some of them self-evident., why cvery- hodv should be identified with a Church. Xo matter, whore you live, give your belter self a chance and go to Church tomorrow. I ET EVERYBODY GO TO CHURCH May 3rJ .will be "Go. to Church Sunday1; in Lethbridge --Get Ready-Let us'dverflow-eVery Giitf chin, the Lity.." Advertisement is authorized and paid for bag group of. laymen.who have the best interests of the city at heart and ,s the.pledge of the united churches of Lethbridge to serve the people. I CHURCH SERVICES CHHISTIArl SCIENCE Fins-r cHonc'i: OF CHRIST, SCJCNJ Bank block- Ser- vice at eleven a. ra. Wednesday er- enins.'u-v.imotjy S.uo p.m. room is open to every- one every day from three to Everyone is cordially Invited to at- tend. meeting; and .7.30, Silvatioa meellns. nijhis: Monday, S -p.m.. piblic meeting, led by Eislers; Wednesday.- 8 p.m.. Soldiers' ateliag; TnL-rsday. 5 p.ra, salvation meeting. Citadel band lo attendance; Saturday, S p.m., tree and meeting. CHRIS7ADE--PHIANS CIIBISTADELPHIAXS Meeting Room, i30 Thirteenth St., S., (be- iwu-n 2cd- and 3rd Bible class Wednesday S p.m. Sunday :er- i-iccs. Wreaking' oi, 4 p.m. Ev- ssrvice p.m. A lecture ns 10 30 a m., Sunday 2 p.m. -al'raaiect VUirers alwajl elcome.- Bishop B: S. Vounj, 1211 Srd 3ve. S. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Third avenue and Ninth Rev O.' Koss, pastor. Services 11 a. ra. and 7.30 p.m.... when Rev. Elmer H. school Evening service 7.30 lion p.m. Sermon at each service. LATTER DAY "SALVATION- AP.MV CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF et ih-s CItaael, LATTEH DAY SAINTS-S. O. E A Cube to Cop Oso Cubes arc in- staolly ready and in'Unlly Utcdbylhediges cannct get the goodness of beef io-any more conveni ent form For fte Bride Ko oift il more t ll 11 Ircr- U the oripcai "Rogm." It u ot'phts. raaVs F.ul in qazlil Sold tT COFFEE and BAKING POWDER your morning cup of coffee a full rirt flavor ind delicate aroma? II Dot ask for BLUE RtBBON when zlvlne yo-Jr order and Ihe dlff.rence. You will be agreeably surprised. Bluo Ribbon Tea, Coffee, .BahinK Ponder, Slices and Eilucls all one lest. ttrceC Believers assemble on the Lord's Day lor the brea'iins ol bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching'at 7.30 p.m. DiWe reading, WediLCidav. 7.45 LUTHERAN ST PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH-.Cotter Cth Avc. and Fit- tcenth St. Hev. C. Grant, minister. Auril 13: No services, pastor out of'city. Sunday school at 3 p.m. CHRISTIAN CIlCRCH-Caledonlar. Hall. Rev. J. D. 1'ickcl. pastor. Sun- day 'school at 10.30 a.m.' Rally Uay for prlf. Preaching services al 11 JO a-m.. sublect, "A Message to Glrla." and S p.m., "Making Possi- ble a Sew Question." Christian En- deavor al 1 P-m. ANGLICAN ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Second Avc. aid fcigbtn St. Rev. Canon SIurrel-VVrlBht. rector, Matins II a.m. Holy Comnraioo ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. al the eleven o'clock service on the fitBl Sunday ol the montli. Evensong 3n m -Sunday sriiool 10 a.m. ST MARY'S rwmCH-l'.ev. II. Popliam, rector. Holy Communion 8 and Choral Kucharist on the first Saaday ol Ihe month al eleven Vdwk seiiicc. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- school 3 p. in. Evensong 7.30 p. mST CYPRIAN'S Ciii'RCH-Cor- , Slh Avc. and F.levtnth St. I ['anon McMillen. trctor. Malins 11 i a in. Kven.wng 7.30 p. m. Sunda? school and 'Bible class tlircr p. r.i. 'Holy communion on the Hist an-1 third Sunday at 8.M a-m. ood i n llw secomi am! fourth KundijS .it the eleven o'clock service. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX PriKSBYTERIAK Public orihip. H a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tho Minister, Hev. A. 0. Cameron w.'l _ preach at both son-Ices. auhyc: "Our Marching Orders." Kv- Oo Chribtlans department of seliool al p.m.. all other 'departments and Dibits- classes nl 3 :pin. Chinese clwa at 4 p.m. Morn- (nK music: Anthem. "Seek Ye the and' conlraHo snio. Kvenlng: Anlhctn, "Arise, ami ct'c. ST. AMMiBWK sliec-t North; Rev. A. C. Bryaa minister. 11 a.m., baptismal sersice, rerciitlon to new membtrs, followed 'by communion. Rev. Mr. Cralc will adrtrcsa the comrnnnicnnls. 7.30 p.m., the choir, acslsted by J. McBret- KCJ-. Toronto, ami Miss Dleacth, will render the cantata "King of .by Sunday school at 1 and 3.IS y-r.i. H E'.mer Green, pislor. Rev. Bavlvil of the Rrat naptlst church, will conduct the services and give the ad- dress, morning and for the third anniversary of the Fifth ar ca-ao Baptist church." Special musu lias beeu arranged lor both services on tbls occasion: 11 a.m.. Thank We All Our God." Nun Dan- by Cruger; solo by Mr. T. istotf, 7.30: Duet. "One-Sweetly Sol- emn by Rlley, Mrs. Little and Mrs. Green; anthem, "What Are by niley: solo by Mr. T. Stolt. 3 p.m., Sunday school. Come, for every person be.made wel- come ivho attends these services. Don't forget the anniversary wa- ccrt and lecture on Monday night at 8 p.m. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHUKCH-Kev J. U. Francis, pastor. Class meet- Even the Uver and Bowels respond to the gentle action of At til DreggitU Abb. ft VITA for Sick COFFEE Knows No Substitute And SEAL BRAND COFFEE Knows No lug 10 a.m. 11 a.m. service. Mornin subject, -The Way of Salvation Children's tor'if. 'Time lor conBrCBalion in parsonage at, 11.30. Sunday and Bible ciasa at 3 p.m. Men's Own at 4 p.m., when Tiev. Mr. Craig will speak on "The- kiml ot men we need In church and state." Evening at 7.30., subject, "Through the Klveu Tomb lo Para- ise." WBSL.EY G. H. Cobbledich, pastor; residence, KO Eleventh street; 'yhone H n.m.. ntroducflon to a series on "Jesus' Map of 3 P.m.. Ulb'e school, with adult classes; 7.30 p.m., "Jos cpb the Ontimlat." No. I, "Coming lo Ilia Own." Music: Morning, anthem tho Lord With Ho lanrt niggle; solo, selected. Evening Anthem, "Saviour. Thy Clitidron Keep." Sullivan; contralto solo, Mlsa Daveon. All scats Ireo: hearty sing Ing, and a warm welcome. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MBBT1KGS A lic home of Mr. Simmonclt, 132 Third avenue Xortli, one minute f.'ot tho car lino. Sunday mornlpg a riemerribRrin? Lord Death; Sunday evening, 7.3'j, Gospe meeting: Tnes'lay evcnhip. p.m psl tr.ettlng; Thursday i.venln ?p.m., Special waiting upon God (or he baptism ol tho Holy Ghost. Come nd drink of the water of life freely, for Ihe Promise I' unto you and our children, and to M that am even as many aa the our God shall call." imet fHOOPIKG C01MH5 IBOSCHIIIS Catarrh srisvnic amir C01SH5 COIBS fl'IMI. Crooie-c li 13 t a-il BOOH Is Ire: lilt or liuca C.. MR, F, E. SMITH Who took an active part for the 11O WUA Unionists in ihe absence of his lead- er, Carton. lor trial today in the police ccurt charged with Ihe attempted murder cf a Oalician-girl in Calgary in inLcr, 13H. CALGARY BOY WAS ACCIDENTALLY SHOT nlch- of this the lei; H small t. Calgary, Alta.. April Brds, soil of W. F. ItichardE, cily, wns accidomai'y 3hol in j last night, while playing w I rifie. lie is not serioijaly Ex-MOUNTV JAILED AS VAO. Hrooks, Alia.. April who claims to he P.I ex- member ol'the ll.N.W.M.I'., wi.s tcnced lo thirty da; a for itKra today. arrcslcd in Kdinonlon cu Monday, was coniuiit are mat! ._.. And they're jusl ns comfortable an tlicy look. I worn HiU.kind f'T years ami I knew whal Aose satisjaclion was until I them. Yon shoultl try I'cnmans rclain llicir snug to and limb and vatr much longer tlinn ordinary HOBO. PMKWM WwiVry H for women :.n.l m mljKm, tilk and any weight awl all __ jwpular colors. Penmans Limited, Paris, Can. S ;