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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August THE LHTIlimiDGE DAILY HERALD PASTOR RUSSELL AND BILLY SUNDAY 0ISAGREE NO MATTER HOW SWELL THE HOUSE o.i.' well fitted it is, unless jls household tha n all otiicrs. Come m and he coin incocl Our. Big Enamelware Sale is in Full Swing .We arc selling- the bal.mci ot 0111 :ctj igcintois, sriccn dyois screen, iuid baiiuiioclx, at t ost >See C W. GRAY "Anti Hell Fire" Reso- lution Draws Attacks of Clergymen Washington, Aug. hot mid- suiniiier convention of the Inter- national' 131blo StudentH of CJIen Kcho Park, in -'paRBing tiieir now famous resolution, big a noise about "Hcllfire and. brimstone" that the old ecclesiastical line-up was thoroughly routed-and put; to; flight, 'and an en- tirely, now formation of forces is no iu the making.-.It surely was u b gun that .was. fired, from Glen Eel into the camp of the stand-pa tier and the noise will, echo and re-eol throughout the ecclesiastical iieavei for some'- time to come. Gon Win P Hah U S a bnn Indian lighter of the plist. in callin ipr'thcj'piiblic repudiation of the hel fire theory, claimed that to do t ould cieate i bitiutiou in A merit that would enable thousands of mi istera Ur publicly 'declare what the freely admit privately. The desire repudiation was made and tho gei POST OFFICE 3OX 98. The Wall Paper Question aSNT 'A' QUESTION II' you bn.y your Wall Papers Ji-oin (lie Kcvlo Co., it's tlie answer. and Estimates furnished uroniptly. The Revlo Co. Painters'ahd Avenue South I be as greit this peai s It RIS rn WORST CAR; FAMINE I before the panic. 'If the, reduction IN HISTORY OF U..S.jjn the aAailiblc supulj of cu-s should Agitation in Chicago Over Serious Shortage this Year Detroit, Mich., Aug. appea to aid in averring what may be one of iho most disastrous car famines the History of tbe -country has been 3 sent to uidusiiial tiaific managers and commercial organizations througboui the Uunlted .States by W. A. Cnrrett, f .Chairman of the Association of Railways-at Unicago. If preventive measures' are licit piomnth taken Garrett, says. vliippers will be confronted next Oc- tober the worst situation that has existed since October 'just 1909, it Is pointed out, there will. 'be LABOR TALK AT COLEMAN Coloman, 'Aug. son, president of tlin B. C. Federation of Labor, and 'western [or (he I rules md Lahoi Congfesb oi Canada addressed i mr( ting of mm crs in thi, Colennn pcra bouse In Mi IE, i fluent ipeaker and held tbe close attention 01 his hearLLJ) m how He said the Congress Vas established to saieguard -and promote the "legisla- tive interests ot the "organized ?rs of tlie Dominion of' Canada'. Ow ng io geographical and other rca- "The situntion is adds Mr. Garrettr "aiid .re- sulting losses suffered by all com- mercial, industrial and transportation interests enormous "Warnings relative to the probalpil- ity of a car shortage have also ton.s, the 'American Federation "of of Libor a" unable to ate" iu tic legislative interests of the Canadian iEaucd the Chicago Board -of Trade.. The current bulletin oC .the American railway association a surplus otcars in the United States on .August 1 last of 05GH as com- pared. with on July IS, pYe-j ceding." TENTS 8 x Wall oz; Complolo with polos; C'onipJotc polos. 10 12 Wall Tents, 10 roinplole poln.s, We in.ikc Tarpaulins, Wiigoii Covers and on shortesl notice anil t'litip CoK and iStockmon's Bed Shoots. Alberta Saddlery Company, Ltd. workers, hence tbe establishment the Trades and Labor Congress, lie .scored tlie imnrigration system, say ing, "The capitalists of tins coun- try tried to make us believe' that they were desirous of bringing tlie worker from pauperized cities of the old country for the-purpose of im- proving his their Tea! ohject was to lill this countrv with cheap 1 hoi He pointed out the ne cessity of workingmeii studying the modern .industrial .system in "order that the) melit remould the conch (ions of their trade unions and make them more effective weapons in the hands ot tlie 'workers." The workers must also be brought io recognize the necessity ,of their gaining control oE the political power of the country in1 order that lessons which thev [earned from their, experiences in the industrial field might-be embodied in the laws ot the countrv in which thev lived.'The problem of producing all those tilings which are necessary for human life, and the great problem to which the workers must apply, them- selves was the of .distribu- tion. Tlie speaker kept" his audience in .good humor by numerous anec- dotes, of which he Jias a great fund at In's command. oral spontaneous' response from mil Jsters of. all denominations vindicate the Ueneral as an excellent tactician The present general repudiation the hell fire theoiy bv lit clergy o die Evangelical Alliance will uo doiib he-considered by tlie public as a star lint admission and is m sinking coi tiasl "uuli the opinion still held b iiinetv per cent the people wlr were 'reared under 'and taught b; these same clergy. .Tbe impression gained'in childhood from the minis tars .that ther Bible was the authorit; for the fire-and-b rim stone hell will bi [laid to erase It is acknowledged that seventy-five per cent, of the peo pie .reared under sectarian instruc arriving at the age of dii cietion discaid as unclnifaiiati ant .unreasonable .the hell-fire mylhologj of. the middle.ages, and as they be the Bible responsible [or tin doc r re they u e respect for the Bible Church, and discan both md join tbe bi0 congregatioi composed of detached Christians and The midsummer resolution repud iating'and rel-egating to the aslr heap the red-hot hell fire-'deception, so won- derfully described iby Milton, and Dante, and pictured'by Gustave Dore, will probably be likened unto Shakes' peare's "Midsummer1 Night's by Billy SundayvjGypsy Smith and .their kind. It's ttiifgh'ou these gentle this; stage of their illus- trious career, to be' deprived of their bell-fire-works and -brimstone, their only argument. Tiieir undoing, how- ever, will be li sweet morsel for the :Men and Religion Congress people, who have declared- against "itinerant evangelists "Prom among the hundreds of re- cently published expressions from leading- clergymen of. .all, denomina- tions oil the Washington "anti-hell- fire" resolution we -quote Canon Benson oi Westminster Ab- eternal torment doctrine of the "dark, said: "I think the American rt Hgious public is senerations behinou place extra cots, if supplied How many. No. of people you can care for Would jou place tents on lawn many Would you breakfast visitors other meals Suggested price lodging Nearest car line Further particulars Suggested price meals Distance from-depot Name Phone No. fSt Address) NO. ONE WILL SHOOT THE CONDEMNED MAM Nevada Warden at How t out. the death sentence Cowing stated that he would make an effort to have the matter brought to the attention of while1 at tbe same time( be .has been REACH' WJNNIPE Aug Fresh batta ions of ban esters from the cant .11 in ed in thifa city yesterday thi time from Ottawa and Toronto dis triots At nine a m a thousand cam in the Grand Trunk from'Toron to via Chicago Two Canadian Pac iflc trains in the afternoon brougii approximately two thousand from Ot tawa, Quebec and Montreal and a nine o'clock last night eight hundre more reached the Union t-depot'fron Toronto by the Chicago route. are inspecting -the: ilur a> canal, which may be deepened ing upon the condemned matf" cliange hib mind and go to his dentil upon the gallons The condwmed man Cowing is facing a uation which has never before coma up in the iiistoi} of the State. Jlirkovich, the condemned man, mains, passive throueh it all. It ha jnnst die, he to be shot.' en Con rag is, .it the end of his to meet the siraiiKe situation. laymen to' diseste-em. them. These Bt.ind-pat ministers noilld HKe to bring about n country-side onslaught against Pastor Russell and all other anti-hell- fire preachers Progressives, however, are not to be deterred by this minority element which is evidently not. In sympathy with the common need, find as a re- suit the people inside and outside of all churches will, through the state- ments ot .ministers .published in the press, tearn that, the Bible does not teach the unreasonable doctrine of n literal lake.of fire and brimstone. COAL CITY Coal City, Aug. arc author- zed to report confirmation of the tatemeiit. which appeared, in the Her- ald a week ago "with reference to .the sale of the Elcan Coal Co.'s mine. The 'new company are already forging ahead with the development of the mine and have for 30 tons of coal per'day covering the next two months. Six teams aTe being em- ployed to haul the coal to the track. I: Farmers in tbe district, arc already busy cutting, fail wheat. The building rented by the trustees of the .Methodist- church for the par- sonage Is now finished and loolis very neat..: On Sunday evening last Jlr. Fair- weather 'preached upon the import- ance of one thing. During tbe sen'ice tho. preacher that from next Sunday, clnwnrd'he would hold a discussion clasb at the close of tile service, The snbject for next Sun- day is "Am I my brother's A hearty. Invitation is given to all. .The, liev. A: Sale M.A. wns visiting horn on Ffjday.last.' .Mro. 11611 of Stafford villagn intends to reside, here. Only Results Count The one thing all that wmnt to knew about the range you buy U it will cook Md broil and bake with absolute satisfaction. Other features of a range, such as economy and appearance, are, of course also able, but the prime necessity in a range is results in cooking. The Gurney-Oxford grtes now and then, but always. Every Gurney-Qxford is a source of continual satisfac- tion to its owner. Day after day, year after year, it enables her to produce. pastry, bread, roasts that contribute to the pleasure of housekeeping. That U why the Gurney-Oxford finds its strongest support those who have had actual and intimate experi- ence with it You too will number your Gurney- Oxford among your best friends. C.W.GRAY Phone 761 Lethbridge, Alto.: ;