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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TageS UmiHRlJHJE DAILY HERALD August DoritEatThem ALL, h'i no. wonder Maple Budi tute good, ind no mry- whctc tn tacotiraging the little folks to ipend their penniei for them. Maple Buds are nothing mote than the beat of pure milk and the doctor would recommend to build up lickly child. The molt delicate child on digest them. The distinctive flavor of Maple Budi it entirely due to the uiu of only the chocolate. The fine velvety texture comes (torn giinding and grinding thiough innumerable steel rollers. COWANS MAPLE BUDS DRUNKENNESS CHARGE WAS NOT SUPPORTED Name and Dtttgn __ 2O4 They're Not MAPLE BUDS Unlew They're COWAN'S The Cowan Co. Toronto on Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your gro-. cer knows him. HEIGHT OF ARMY RECRUITS Paris, Aug. comparison be- tween tho average statures tho .French and the German army recruits ehowa a difference'of .591 inches iii favor of the latter. Of the entire num ber of French, .recruits in 1911, 433 stood over 4 inches, and were Accordingly classed as of "exceptional 'leighit." The tallest man was a re- fc'-t from -La Vendeem who meaaured "_ 9 inchea, while a man from the t second with 7 ins: iSt recruit of the, 1911 con- A PASTOR DEFENDS THE PULPIT plaj meaaured exactly one metre 'Wt inohss.) The average sta- the French conscripts in 1911 to 5 inches. ;.-J ilf. Says Ministers Preach the Gospel and Fully Be- lieve in it Editor Lethbridge Herald: one who has been inter in the" discussion "Why Smith does not go to I was stirred by the reason given by your corres- pomksnt on the 3lst iust.: min- isters no longer believe .in the Bible or ive auy iatth in Christianity." In the first place what does "Smith who goes to church" think men are n the ministry for? It would be lu- dicrous to contend it is for its emolu- ments or for ease. That the average ninister obtains an increase of 2o io 100 per cent. In his stipend on quit- ing work is freely admitted, and for the attached to the pro- esaion, ask any man who has bad inth'a ministerial and a business ex- lerience, which imposed 'the most la- or and strain upon him, and I have o doubt as to answer. The fact most certainly is, that al- j though, our methods do not appeal to everyone, and we do not care whether they do or in the nature of th-e majority of pastors, there is an intensity of desire that the world is little aware quicken earth with j diviner life, uplift Hit Svlth courage and to bring God's' greatest, at a church meeting invite him to give a doctrinal statement. One could then immediately judge whether a man is likely to preach tbe living 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 giii thau in a sea of affliction. If" you are going to boast iu'dependence of Christ and His fourfold program of what is your alternative? Who is the other man? What is tbe-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-heart- ed? Wliat like Christianity can re- place doubt, with absolute certainty, and the guesses of life with -the never ailing light of faith? The man in the street makes the .istake of noiHliEtiuguishing between lie application and the interpretation Scripture. AH its beautiful truths are spirit- ally for all men and al! times, 'but of. Its promises and prophe- cies will be literally fulfilled, only in the millenium, hence if you would be- come an ardent 'booster of Christian- No Evidence Against thi Suspended Chief Along That Line The evidence on behalf of tho city In connection with the charges against Chief Gillespio, who la charsod with certain acts constituting mal'i'eaaauco of office, was completed yesterday afternoon, when charges one and two were dealt with. Little importance was attached