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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE t THE LETHIlKIDfiE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. Al'KU. i "GO May 3rd Will Be H IN Let Every Member of Every Family in the City Attend Church on "Go to Church Sunday." You Will Feel Better, the Church Will Feel Better and Lethbridge Will Grow Better This Advertisement is authorized and paid for by a group of laymen who have the'best interests of the city at heart and is tli? pledge at the united 'churches of Lethbridge to scn'e the people. The Acid Test of the Church The Iwshu'ss of ihe C'lmrdi is throe-fold: She Leads Men (u.God. She Organizes tlui Friends of God.' Slu> Hi'ls Her Members hi Doing- Wood in llic Tlieso thrcu the Oiiurcli is'doing nil over llio world nnii in every ciiimimnily'-in the cwmtry.. 1'u some pliu-es slii'doi's them more eiliuicuily ilian in ofliers. Slmly over these throe propositions for yoiirself. i'n- fold them ami see lliey signify. .Their implications arc even their assertions. 'THE CHUItCII htiADS MHX TO That menus that she is the (jest: agency of the highest civilization. She calls forth humanity's nobles! powers, its clivincsi of its .nature which has iillinily with the divine. TUu way out of liuinan nature's jungle Jcnds through tlio Church. THE CHtUCir IIASIJOUXI) CirKlSTIAN 1'KOl'Li; TOGETHER. Uer's is tliegood soeict.y of good pnople, to which crybody is eligihlo. ..Her organization is notable for its in-' elusivcncss. She wains everybody tu belong- lo tliis larg- est of all orgaiiixalions among men, that ils ellirio.ncy in service be increased. THE CHURCH ALL WJIO.COME TO HKK 00 OUT AND HKUVK THEIR FELLOW MEN. Uer lootto is that of.her blaster: to be minis- tered, unto, b.ut lo minister." fthoislhe-primary school and (lie college of social service. The Christ spirit in her has made her members missionaries of every form of mind in C3 the world. i YOU SHARE IN THE CHURCH'S HES Ui'iTS. notshitre also in luir work ;ind I'csjmnsibifUics! CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST OF CHRIST. Bank block. Ser- vice at elcTtn a. m. Wednesday ev- CHRISTADEt-fKIANS I Sunday', April 25. Pppcial Oerman day school and llihlc 'class 3 p.m. j tlie baptism of the Holy Gtioat. Corce CIIIUSTADELl'HIAN'S Meeting service at 11 a. pi. English service at .Men's Gwn'at 4 Mr. T. (be- Stffldar scliooi 3 ible tfedrltaday .evening, teachers' Room, 230 Thirteenth St., X., llveeu' 3cd and 3rd Bibl class Wednesday S p.m. Sunday sej-.ihg aad choir practice.' vices. Hreakine oi Hread, 1p.m. Kv- cfjo.-.Viiw enine p.m. A lecture 3 p. m.lAv. Quayle' will speak on meet- -Day nomocracy." Kvl-ning at 7.30, i" subtext. lll.n Pilate's -Judgment Hall." CHRISTIAN Caledonian WKSLKY CHUKWI 10 nnd drink o( tlie'water of We frasly. 'For the Promise Is unto you aud vour cblldren, and lo all tfcal aro afar off, even as ma.ny as the Lord, oilr Hod shall ciil.''- enihg.; testlinonjr mtetlng. 3.CO p.m. Ilia reading room. IE open to every- one every tiireo lo five p.ui. Everyone" is cordially' invlled to at- "ROMAN CATHOLIC Uat-sfotii be wrong LATTER SAINTS CHURCH UF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS-rS. 0. E Hall. ICth SL S.. near Y. SI. C. A ST. FATRiCK'3 A. i 10.10 am. Ofucirs and tr'arhers mcet- day school at 10.30 a.ui. boy's, 1'reacMng jll.3D a. m., ami S p. tn. Endeavor at 7 p.m. ANGLICAN ST. AUOUSTIN'S JI. Rev. r. Mini. assistant.' Childless Mass 9 a.m. High -Mass, ILa m. Ebnday EC-hool 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. at each 'service. '--SALVATIOii ARMY, Serilces.are lelq at Citadel, ag'lotlows: Sunday, 11 a.lfl.. Kolinoss 'meeting; 3 p.m., praise and Salvation meeting. "U'eCA.nigliU: Monday, S p.m., public n'.eetinsi led hy slslora; TV'edaeaday, 8 p.m., Thursday, 8 p.m., Salvatlott mesting, Cl'adel band'ili Saturday, S p.m., free and eisr meeting. delivered by Mr. Sidwy T. '.uai. Rev. J. li. Picket, pastur. Sira- Prayer and Fellowship ir.celinR Uat-sfotii "Iloiv can so many school at 10.30 a.m. Hally Day ley Hall. 11 a. m. The Ideal Life, All seats iree. No hov's. 1'reachine services at XV 2. subjNt. "DeMcnt to the Christian Throne." church-gcrrs topic, liirds ol the Springtime." 3 p. in. Bible school ailult class- es. 7.30 p. m. Ninety-fifth auniver- isaiy ol I. 0. 0. F. Subject, Corner Record Avc. nrd Eightb St. U'octh ot Urotherlir.css." Xo. 5, on Ilev. Canon MurrclAYrighl, rector, j the Optimist. Special music Matins 1J a.m. Holy Communica ev- by Ihe large rhoir. Infant baptism ery Suaday morning at S ar.d v.-ill be administered in the church at at the eleven service on tt.e 4.15 p. m. and parents are invited Evensong to bring their children. _ PENTECOSTAL on the i.oroVs Tor the PE.VrECOSTAI, MEETINGS-Al breaking ol bread at. II a.m. Go.pel on tte 'te of Mr Slqimonel 13iS preaching at 1.30 p.ra. lilblo nmnth-at eleven mmatc Wcdnesdar, p.m. n a.ln. Sua- raornlnB al LUTHERAN Idayschool 3 p.'-m. Kvensons 7.30 Rcrarmnenng Sunday evening, ing, 10.30 a.m., Sunday school, 2 p.m. cacrasieci N'lsltors always welcome. Bte'aop B. S. Youag, 1211 S. 6S5. BELiEVEHS B Tt.( first Sunday of.the wunib. Evensong Bar-mann's Hall. 418 Thirteenth J30 n school'IO aim. street, North ST; MARV-S' ciiUHCH-Uev. C. ST. riRST LUTHERAN I m'. CIIL'KCH-Corner Cth Ave. ar.rt St. Hev. C-. Grant, minister. CYPRIAN'S Tiiesilay evening, S p.m. r.or Sth Avc. and Flcrentb St. Thursday cvcnlns Car.on Mrtlillcn, rector. Matiss waWins uyon God for a.m. 7.30 p. m. Sunday] t school and Hiblc cSass three P- nt. i _- j Holy communion nn the first ar.'l .Sunrtay at 8.30 a.m. and to Hie i Asthma Catarrh J WlOOHKfi COKHI SPASSIOO'C C20U? COLDS The man who thinks only ot doesn't care what happens after he'3 gone his wife to assume too great a Hsfc. His deBtri is likely to mean a slavish, wage- earning career for hig widow. But how different is ibe fora woman husbwid, by means life has made pro- vision for her support in the tvmilof bis death. prwjject yiyjr wife if yoi should The resu with you. Imperial Life policy be the bnawer. It provide her with a monthly income to at your death and continue so tang as rhe Our booklet "Safeguard your Legacy" tells ttiis feature of Irnperial poUrieF. for a copy today. It's rr.oil .interesting, arrl-il'i frcu. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Auurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J, B. Wito, Di'fricl Muiger, UlMrndge flilir fourth Sundays .it the j .evfii o'cioCsi serUce. j PPES3YTER1AN ST. AXDRKWS Thir- 1 centb street North: Rov. A. C, Hryan ninistcr. 31 a- m. and 7.30 i. in. Morning sublet, "The Marks; if a Tnw Church.'1 Kycning, "A Mcs- to New atid llcvivtd Chris-' Kunilay school. at 'I p. m. anil Public! H a. Hi- and 1-30 p. m. Th? r, Hev.