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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 FRIDAT. I^GBMBEH 3,1920 mmiMm^^ dailyM^a^j) w - Btta W.'PalmWV O.S.B., iriembtf a; the B()^r4 oTLdistulMahlp of The Mdth' er ChttTcn, The Flrat Ohurch-ot Christ, ecteilxiat, In ..Softtob, Maisachuiettiii deliViSted �>otuiule by whieh the prpttleialdt^hiMllonlo^ls Existence. lif� and heiathttUl^i bis'solved. I^e great phyalfii^n of nisarly tw6 thousand' year^ ago posseaaed this 'knowledge.. ttadentood the law and directed Ilia (^reeiMipbn th9 earth by ita praetiee and, atolicatlon. Ha told hia fbllowera to go and do like-wlae, and promlaed t\iat, all who be-liered in him (uhdei'staod his uftmlon) should do the'works he did, and even N�ari7 ai "tuat tstitttdry aco a very apiritually miad�4 ^oBiui appeared among mankind.lithf;person ot Mary Baker Bddy, %rhJD ttiad^ the aatoinnding declaration and Btplication of dirine law. We hare with us this evening one anthorlzed and fully qualified to speak to us on the subject of Christian Science. It Is now my privilege to-In-trodnce to you Mr. Ezra W. Palmer, C. S. B., of Denver^ Colorado; member of, the Board' ot ^ liectoreshlp ot The Mother ChnrchelieTes that God is omnipresent, he it^buld undoubtedly anther yon In the afllrraatlve. If you also ask him if he believes that God is omniscient and omnipresent, he would likewise answer you in the afflrmative. But if you press the matter further, and ask him if he would riely upon the omnipotent goodness of God to heal him should he be taken suddenly III at the midnight hour, he would probably hesitate and perhaps tell yiJu that such re-lianAk was too vague and transcendental for him; that he .Referred to ,pin his faith m some favorite drug or other material meansi Dia answers to the above questiona. would prbbably be the answera of many pedple who accept the Bible and believe In the power, goodness and lov^ ot God. But does not their refusal actually to rely upon God in a time of sickness indicate a fatal weakness, a distrust of God that accounts for the failure ot modem religions to satisfy that hnhger for righteousness which is characteristic of all men as sons and daughters of God? Because modem religions showed this wide discrepancy between reality and practice, a re-statement ot the eter> nal trdths ot the Bible became necessary if the race was to be saved from the myriad ills that beset it. For this purpose Christian Science came to the world. No matter what hostile critics may say to the contrary. Christian Science came to the.^ world in response to the quenchless yearning of the human heart to know its God, a yei^rning that human wisdom can never aUpply. Nq matter what the testimony of the material senses may be as to the seeming realiy ot matter' and -evil, Chris- Rock^leller f^wy For 'j.. University of AlUrU President Tory of the University of Alberta announces.the receipt of .f25,-000 from the BockefeUer Foundation. It Neutralizes Stomach Acidity, Pre vents Pood Fermentation, Sour, Gassy Stomach and Acid Indigestion Doubtless if you are a sufferer from indigestion, you have already tried pepsin, bismuth, soda, charcoal, drugs and various digestive aids and you know these things will not cure your trouble-in some cases do not even give relief. But before-giving up hope and deciding you are a chronic dyspeptic just try the effect of a little bisuratcO magnesia-not the ordinary commercial carbonate, citrate, oxide or milk, but the pure blaurated magnesia which you can obtain from any drug gist In either powdered or tablet form. Take a teaspoonful of the powder or two compressed tablets with a little water after your next meal, and see what a'difference this makes. It I will instahtly neutralize the dangerous, harmful acid in the stomach whlc^ now causes your food to ferment and sour, making gas, wind, flatulence, beartbiirn and the bloated or heavy, lumpy feeling that seems to follow most everything you eat. You will find that provided you take a little bisurated magnesia Immediately after a meal, you can eat almost anything and enjoy it without any danger of pain or discomfort to follow and moreover, the {ontrfnued use of the bisurated magnesia cannot Injure the stomach In any v.'ay so long as there are any Bymptoms of acid Indlgestlou. tian Science holds firmly, logically, and consistently, to, the eternal fact of the omnipotence of God, which overrules and destroys all the asserted power of sickness, disease, sin and death. ^ Christian Science Primitive Christianity By teaching reliance on the omnipotent goodness of God, Christian Science has reinstated'primitive Christianity. What Is primitive Christian-ity? In the past, Christianity was too much considered to mean customs, traditions, dogmas andNcreeds of the early days of the Christian church. But if you will recall the words and deeds of the great Bible characters from Genesis to Kevelation, you wjll find that thqir religion waS Something vital, -a living reality. They made no mere professions of trust in God; they proved an understanding- by destroying sin, by healing diseases, by breaking droughty, by controlling the economic 1a|rs of supply and demand, and by overcoming the last enemy, even death itself. They made no empty pretenses of faith In God, and then followed after the latest advertised drug. No, they would have repudiated, that procedure as contrary to the flrSt commandment. "Thou shalt have no other gods before me." True Happiness Based on Spifitu^il Understanding Happiness is the universal goaf of men and women. But happiness is not! possible without peace of mind, and peace of mind can only be attained when thought rests on a divine basis. All that the physical senses apprehend Is fading, transitory, mutable. If^ we rest upon that basis, the founda-^ tion of our structure will sooner or later give way, and confusion an^ loss will be our portion. We must learn to ; reject the false and to hold the true, j if we would "dwell in the secret place ' of the most High." We are tb Imow | that God is the only Life, aqd that our life is derived from God. We are ' ever to refuse to accept any human belief that man lives in the flesh, or' that a matter. world ever existed or , ever can exist. We are to hold thought to the eternal fact that infinite Spirit; is the creator and governs all, and ^ there is no other creator and no other creation. If we are wise wc will seek to gain spiritual understanding,' which is the "pearl of great price." With spiritual, understanding we make clear destine-} tion between right thoughts and wrong ; thoughts, between divine ideas which i people the realm of Spirit, and mortal j beliefs Of sin, pain, disease, and death. \ And we are tQ,hold to God's ideas and; to repudiate mortal misconceptions, j We^ain spiritual insight as we ponder i the things of God, and as we think on , these things, their healing power and j meaning are revealed. If we study i the Bible, and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,"our thought is uplifted and purified; we learn to detect the difference between spiritual ideas and sensuous jconcepts just as readily as the musician, through his gpcsp of the laws of harmony, can discern between tones that are true and those that are false. And as the nature of "the one altogether lovely," dawns upon our bought, we cJi|i sing with the Psalmist, "How amiable are thy tabernacles, O Lord of hosts! My soul longeth. yea, even fainteth, for the courts of the Lord: my heart and my flesh crleth out for the, living God." Every, man can begin tiow to gain spirituality. Wo can begin now to think God's thoughts and refuse to think evil thoughts. The problem of our salvation is worked out in the realm of our own consciousness. No man is so darkened mentally; no man is in an environment so unfavorable but what he can make a beginning in right thinking, and refuse wrong thinking. God has given to every man power to control his own mentality. We must arouse ourselves to exercise this control. Spiritual freedom, the freedom which comes through proving the cver-presence of divine Love, is tot all men, and all men can and will realize their consciousness of this freedom. If your burden seems heavy and the conditions about you forbidding, take courage. Remember that the great Master came to this earth, not to relieve us of our responsibilities, .or do our work for us; but to show us that through the power of God mau can rise superior to all the ills of mortality. He overcame them. You and I can do likewise. ' Only be not fearful. Divine Love, all-knowing, alliloving, all-powerful, is forever ready to heal. you and to receive you "clothed with j the wedding garment of righteousness," Into the Father's house of many mansions. ESTABLISH BUREAU OF ROOSEVELT RESEARCH NEW YORK, Nov. 2G.-A "Bureau of Roosevelt Research" has been established here. It's object is to collect and distribute facts about the career of the former United ' States President. Books will be published from time to time and material issued to tea�.-��cj:. CsCA lecturers. F. Stititlt-'pll^ Tells of New Pr6�ipf0A Opening Hiere ry7oHiSt "I ]u�t jfoln^d my companr a f^w days aro,io�rneylng from Tdronto.ftnd, I fully etiMMtedto find anciw aevend feet deeitout l|�ir� but.instead Ihgffi found,^ timv >I>l^i>41d weathar^V bHA F. Stuar^^pij^., this morning. Mi*. Stuart-Wtottf ilB�me to Lethbridge direct fronsfroMmto to see hia company start ontlritMrbe.Oeiaha. This prodapist', who can be daaaed as a CanadUn producer, is spending in th� iteiill1|K>rhood of $40,000 to sUrt The Oeiaba Oft |ta-trip: east. Considerable quaAtltliia�df money are being spent In Xjettabridge to put the finishing toucke�f,tp the show, Difecuaaing buainess conditions in Ute east Mr.i�taarf-Whyte said he was not ail iJil�ai�4 tKlb the general proa-pecta.^lnJ'rfl.cent trips to the waat he'hhai^iindti'eed a number of the ^eu kniwttpiayni: The adIaBa> whibh has been rehears-'ing'for two'dA^a opens hefe Friday night-for ita fimahow.^ ' BIO INCRBAIirjN MARRIAGES V; Navantber Vl�tld as compared > with-.the. aamc inonth laat year. ' Thar*' were -W -marriage* as '(ilMriat IS. in November. 1919.  VBIfttta- alfo abowed. an Increase a%v' pompared with November, ' .1119, tthera being 35 as against > 27i. TMan wetw 17 deaths in No-' vei^feiair aa agalnat 14 In Novem- bar. Mi�. "Golden Kriist" Unequalled for its rich nut flavor. Made in our Sanitary Notary Oven from the best ingredients money can buy. Always fresh at our new storeHQ7 5th St. S. Quality is our watchword. e National System (if Bakiiig 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH WiSH'TORECefVE THE flAM^sl.Of ALU WIDOWS' CHtLDRI AND ORPHANS'OT RETURNED SOLDIERS (MEMBERS OF TK-Q. W. V. A.) UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE, NOT LATER THAM . DECEMBER 4TH, SO AS TO ENABLE THEM TO MAKE PRC ' PARATiONS FOR THE MONSTER MILITARY XMAS TREAT. MRS. JEAN WILKIE 14 HARVARD AVE., TORONTO. (FQRMERLY OF LETHBRIDGE) Will be pleased to receive aubacriptlons, new or renewal, for th� following: LADIES' HOME JOURNAL ............$�50 PER YEAR SAtURDAY EVENING,POST ..........3.75 PER YEAR COUNTRY GENtLEl\�AN................2.00 PER YEAR PICTORIAL REVIEW ,................3.00 PER YEAR GOOD HOUSeKEEPlMG............ 4.00 PER YEAR Othe^ Leading Periodicitls and M.agazine8. Prices furnished on application. A MAGAZINE IS A VERY ACCEPTABLE CHRliSTMAS GIFT AkMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION bANCE AND WHIST DRIVE IN THE MASONIC HALL piDAlf. DEC. 3rd, 1920 Tickets $2.00 Couple-Extra Lady $L00 V NINE TO TWO "Mrs. Harry Hudson's 5-Piece Orchestra. Tickets may be obtained at the Lethbridge ahd Alexandra Hotela; also-of any ihember of the association. DRESS mFbRMAL-SUPPER iSERVED FREE 12 O'CLOCK Christmas Photos To introduce the superior quality.of'our work D we will give special prices on all orders for photos g for Christmas. We make a specialty of Babies' and " Children's Work. ' . \ \ The Collins Studio ARTISTES IN PORTRAITURE ENLARGEMENTS IN OILS AND WATERCOLORS STUDIO e06 3RD AVENUE SOUTH. PHONE 1673. OFFERING ALL KINDS OF HAND-IMDE (MISTMAS GIFFS In the I.O.O.F. Hall, 4lh Ave. and 5th Sf SATURDAY NEXT. DEC 4 COMMEI^JCING AT 3.30. TEA ROOM, PANTRY TABLE, FISH POND, WHITE ELEPHANT STALL Furi for everybody. while doing Christmas shopping. DECEMBER Ist TO ISth  Men s and Boys Dress Shoes and WorkSiu^er 50 pairs Men*s Black and Tan, $12.00 (g'T QC and $14.00. Got to go at......... �D �