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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta X1IK l.li'l'HUKimiE DAILY HERALD Siitiinliiy, Aiiyu.sf It'i nof a man's preaching powers, why not then immediately man word, and an occasional doubter of all the verities could be turned down. "No faith in Christianity." Why, Sir, poets, dramatists and authors all swell the train ithat there is more evil in a single cup of sin than in a sea of affliction. If "you are going to boast Independence of Chriat and His fourfold program of Christianity what is your alternative? Who is the other man? What is the other way? The science of Socialism may have something to say on the natural claims, of human brotherhood, but what help can any system yield to the sin-conquered or the broken-heari- ed? What like Christianity can re- place doubt, with absolute certainty, and the guesses of life with the never falling light of faith? The man in the street makes the mistake of distinguishing between the application and the interpretation o-f Scripture. All its beautiful truths are spirit- ually for all men and all times, 'but numbers of, its promises and prophe- cies will be literally1 fulfilled, only in the millenium, hence if you iwould be- come an ardent 'booster of Christian- ity, you must first become a 'student No Evidence Against the Suspended Chief Along That Line The evidence on behulf of tho city in connection with tlio charges against Chief Gillespio, is charged with certain act's constituting maK'eusanco of office, wus completed yeslerdilj afternoon, when charges one and twc dealt wltb. Little importance was attached "to charge No. 1 as I became known early in the day thai the prosecution would not attempt to bring ill much evidence to prove the charge. With regard to charge No. 2 >he judgo stated lit the closing of tho court yesterday that ho wished the Chief's explanation, tint that it wi not necessary bring a, score of witnesses. But with regard to charge No. 3, the jndgo said that he wished as much light as possible to 'be thrown on "what are uertaiuly irregu- larities." After the disposal of charges No. 2 and 3, the first charge was consider- ed, lu 1C the chief is charged with being drunk ou duty. Inspector Silll- ker that he had never seen the chief intoxicated on duty, al- though he had seen him take a drink, although he did not know what the drink was. There was no cross examination, D-etectlve Eg.au was then put on the stand for the first time during the in- vestigation; Examined by Mr, Ball heecond helping to the Hash or Stew. That is the- Old Country record of EDWARDS' They are delicious soup Ihick- eners-in handy sc. packages-to release (lie housewife from much hot weather kitchen drudgery this summer. Jidwards'. Desiccated Soups arc highly con. add to the dish and Ixi'il. 5c. a Package I5C. and 350. tins are even more economi- cal than the sc. pacfcapcs-and Goodness knows, Ibcr are caciip enough. Edwards' desiccated Soups are made in three Bro-jjn, Tomato, n'hite. The Itro-vn variety is a thick, nourishing soap, prepared from best 'andfresh vege- otli two are purely vege- table soups. same time, wheat which was green on the last trip of :the Herald crop reporter is now quite yellow, and will be ready to cut, in a few days. At Brndshaw, RicJiard Bradshaw and A. H. Anderson will have the first cut- ting o, it fell from Farrell'i hand into, the river. The water at this point ii 19 feet deep and muddy, but Farrell employed a diver, and recovered the diamond In an hour .it a cost of bur- Ing the time the diver wai tub- merged Farrell and Pike worked the air pump. I Roya! Household The highest standard ot perfection For Sale by- GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. I r, ;