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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMIDOC, ALtifiTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, IM. PAOt FIVE The man, who thinks he can't afford to be veil dressed, certainly ought to find out the prices for Progress Brand Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE CHURCH UNION WITHIN REA Principal Patrick, Of Winnipeg, Talks Of the Progress So Far Made In the Effort To Unite Three Churches (Toronto Globe.) Principal Patrick, of Ma-nitoba Col- lege, Winnipeg, one of the leaders in the movement for the organic union cf the Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregational Churches in Canada; was seen last night, before he left for his home, by a representative of the Globe, who obtained.his views on the prospects for the proposed union and the-probable procedure in bringing it about. As is, well known, Dr. Patrick was in at the very beginning of the movement in its present form. He nade an address before the General Conference of the Methodist Church at Winnipeg as representative of the .Presbyterian General Assembly, and frankly advocated the union of the two .Churches. His speech made a profound impression, so much so that .the General Conference appointed a committee to confer ,with_similar com mittees from other Churches. Once started, the movement took form arid gathered, force, until last week a joint committee representing Canadian Presbyterianism, Methodism and Con- gregationalism, after four years .of investigation and deliberation, agreed upon a basis.of union. Joint Committee Confident. "Beyond my most sanguine expecta- said Principal Patrick, in an- swer to a question as to the success of the committee's work. "From the very beginning there limited confidence in has been un- one another's character and motives, and the one desire of all the representatives has been for union, if such were found to be practicable. This confidence has strengthened year, by year. So far as the joint committee, composed of as I strong, as intelligent, and as .represen- tative men. as (these three great Churches contain, union is already consummated. They are one in mind and heart and Asked as to the basis of union agreed upon by the committee and to be reported to the governing. bodies of the three Churches, Dr. Patrick said that it contains a system of doc- trine, a system of polity, a system of administration, regulations for the ministry, and legal arrangements to give effect to union in the event of its adoption. Doctrinal Statement Simple. "The statement of he continued, "has been very carefully considered for several years, and its nineteen articles embody the faith common to evangelical .Christianity- It is clear, succinct, ancLin popular form. "Personally I consider it a very great gain to have had the creed of the Church revised under such favor- able conditions. A revision would have been called for sooner or later in all the Churches, but under- no other conditions could, .such adequate prominence be given to fipidamenta! articles and the subsidiary -doctrines be given their proper place. For myself, I believe we have accomplish- ed in this way what, would -have cost the several Churches 'working separ- ately years of controversy with less satisfactory results. The articles of the creed as they now stand in thi statement of doctrine are cordially accepted by men of .widely differen types and training. They grow ou of the past, and they have the future in view. They are positive, not nega live. Their and spring is the Gospel itself, not any system of .theo- logy or of philosophy. They, owe their substance and form to the in- terpjptation of Christian experience as reflected in the New Testiarnent and in the history of the Church. this reason I believe they will com- mand the attention and retain hold on the conviction of Christian ple. Oar aim was not to construct a system of doctrine, but to state .what is most surely believed in the Churches of evangelical Christen- Arminitnitm and Calvinism fUcbn- cll.d. In reply to a question as to the prospects of the doctrinal statement being generally accepted in the nego- tiating Churches, Principal Patrick "I recall one instance. The late Dr. John Potts was for years an op- ponent of union. At least he regard- ed it as impossible. He could not see how the doctrinal systems of the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches could be harmonized. 'I desire he said to me one day, 'but I am an Arrainian, you are a Calvinist. Sow can our views be Not long before he died he meeting of the union committee at which the proposed doctrinal state- ment was considered. At the close he rose and said his doubts had disap- peared, that union on such a basis of doctrine would be not only desirable but a great gain, and that he would gladly co-operate with his brethren rom the other Churches to make uch a union in Canada an accom- >lished fact. His case is similar. to lany others of men of strong convic- ions and open minds whom I havej Candidates for the Ministry. On the question of creed subscrip- .011 the-principal explained that ad- erence to a formal creed is required nly of ministers and -never of mem- bers. "The amplest provision is made not only for the thorough train- ing of candidates for the ministry, but also for their examination at the time of licensure and ordination. "The matter of creed-subscription in all the Churches is- .at present rather unsat- isfactory. The unanimous decision of the union committee is for a care- ful private examination of candidates as to their views on the creed of their Church, affording all .needed oppor- tunity for explanations and.various forms of statement, and .then the pub-j lie assent would .deal with a man's! personal relation to Christ, his accept- ance of evangelical doctrine, his mo- tives in entering" the ministry, and his loyalty to the Church and its mission. I consider this solution very milch better than -what we now have in the .Presbyterian Church. As to the intellectual training and equip- Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong of Herald Market Place Wfcca have tiylhiif to Mil or reit place it Ibis If yw use 25c for SI SITUATIONS VACANT experienced lady for notion counter. Apply Manager Hud- son's Bay Co. J RAM LAJLS PURE TEA It's KICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGKANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it of friends. Are YOU one yet? girl for general housework. Apply Mrs. John A. Sil- ver, -Baroness Road. 8-6 IT IS PURE! to do light book- keeping to start Jan. 1st. Apply Chow Sam Co. 4-0 Ram Lai's Tea it Sold only in Lethbridje by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. SITUATIONS WANTED j RESPECTABLE person wants day work, washing or cleaning. Address Box 470, Postoifice, Lethbridge. 5-6 FOU settler's car, on Saturday night, a small black and white collie dog, with reddish nose. Answers to the name of "Sport." Finder suitably rewarded by leaving with John Tay- lor at Hick Hardware Co. 3-0 LAND FOR SALE FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. R. roan cow, branded "ft on right ribs; horse halter on it. Re- ward of for recovery; person find- ing put it in Furman's barn; Mast time seen in south reservation. Write Box 593, City. oJ EAT, BE. MERRY is "the order of the day now for Thanksgiving and the Yuletide, when "good will towards men" can be shown by famishing your guests and friends with such good cheer as Alberta's Pride Beer. It is a deli- :cious. beverage, for the holidays, or for, any season of the year. It is always welcome on your table or your sideboard. LETHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd V. Gibbons, Ott 288-0 FOR African and half- breed scrip for sale; prices right; im- mediate delivery; financial security guaranteed. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P.O. 6-6 SYNOPtlt OF COAL MINiNQ REG ULATIONi Coal of ihe Dominion in ManitoX" the Yukon Territory, (Ae North-West Territories Britub maj for a term of twenty-one yean at AD annual rental of fl acre. Not more than acres be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be ade to the Agent or Sub-Agent oi the district in which the rightu ap." plied for actuated. v surveyed territory the Un' must be described by sections, or lo gal subdivisions oi sections, and IB ansurveyed territory the tract applt d for shall be staked out. Each application tuuat be acooia- pauied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the chantable output of the mine at rate of five cente per ton. Every Ksaee of coal mining which are not being-operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domic- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, bui the lesee ma; be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi FOR on Coutts St., close I the at the rate of an acre. to school, at each; 1-3 caeb, bal-' H. MacbeilTAgency, P.O. ance easy. Block. 6-0 ARTICLES FOR SALE. i FOR SALE-Two Jots in Bl. E., west FOR coat, in good [of Westminster Road; 'each; condition; medium size, rat lining, j payments spread over 20 months! Persian lamb collar; 'bargain, ply Box 151M, Herald Office. Ap- j The H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 8-3 i 9-O FOR piano, good as new, at a great sacrifice. Apply A. and L. S.-Ripley, Office 8, Macdonald Block. 9-6 THE LASTWORD BEFORE XMAS Have yon selected all of your gifts for yoar If nott call on the J, BROWN CO, LTD. Where you will find an abundant variety of Christmas Gifts Suitable for Every Need DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Plaid Tweeds for Children Dresses in red and green mixtures Handkerchiefs, cross bar with lace edging, initial, etc. Boys' Suits going like boys can have a choice in sev- eral sizes Auto Veils Lawn Waists Knit- ted Kimonas French Delaine Waist Ends. ON THE GROCERY SIDE Oysters iu the shell Oysters in bulk Washing- ton Apples Stilton, Limburger and Rgchefprt Cheeae This store will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until 10 o'clock for the accommodation of the public J. BROWN CO. LTD. ment for service in, thei ministry there need be no Permanent Pastorate favored. Turning to .matters of Church poli- ty, Dr. Patrick said the committee sought for a combination of what best in the systems of the three Churches, having in view the object of leaving no congregation without a minister, .without a congregation. "The idea final act of union would take place." A People's Question Now. Questioned as to .the outlook, Dr. Patrick said that the official bodies and the membership of the Churches now have the necessary data before them. Hitherto their attitude has been one of expectancy, awaiting the of the permanent pastorate is accept- ed as normal, and the principle of itineracy .is'included to meet condi- tions as they may arise. No pastor- ate will be disturbed except at the request of either minister or congre- gation, and desired changes will be effected under proper regulations. The right to call is secured to all congregations, and the rights of .all members in each congregation are fairly safeguarded. The office of. the I eldership, as historically bound up in Presbyterianism, will be retained under some name, and has been most :ordially accepted by both Method- ists and Congregationalists. Names Suggested. "No. the question of a nnrno not seriously discussed. My own is that this should be left open until the very day of union, be- adopted after the union has been effected. Names are suggested and will be presented for the widest con- sideration. Speaking from memory I may mention United Church in 'The United Re- formed Church in 'The Unit- ed Evangelical Church in The United Church: Congregational- The name for the Church, like the names for its various courts, is not a vital ques- tion. It is important, but not of first importance." Steps Yet to be Taken. The next step in the union proce- dure, Principal Patrick explained, will be the reporting of this basis of union to the supreme courts of the Churches. "It will be reported to the General Assembly in Hamilton in June next, and the Assembly will be askod to approve of the commit- tee's work and to take the necessary steps to inform the Church of the conclusions reached and to commend the union proposal for acpeptance. Then the question wQuld come be- fore the Assembly of 1910 for formal and official aetio.n, when jt would be sent down to presbyteries under thej Harrier Act, and probably also committee's findings. it now comes a people's question, and re- sponsibility for intelligent action will be pressed upon the laymen of the Churches. "Oh, yes, the laymen are interest- said Dr. Patrick with emphasis. "Their splendid co-operation in the missionary movement has prepared the way, and now they "will take ,an interest in preventing all unneces- sary overlapping and all waste of men and means in maintaining two or three churches where one would serve. And the young men are in- terested, for the prospect of an ade- quate field 'for their life work will make the ministry more attractive. The West ror Union. "I cannot speak for the East nor for the farthest West, but for Mani- toba and Saskatchewan I can, say with confidence that union will, be carriedj by an overwhelming majority. Min- isters and laymen alike are favorable and are eager. It is a great move- added the principal, survey- ing the whole .theme. "It's greatness and its significance grow upon one. Not since Confederation has any movement oi equal magnitude and importance commanded the consid- eration of the people of Canada. For national and for religious reasons .1 support it. For the sake of the evan- gelistic and missionary work pressing upon the Churches union is most de- sirable. The outcome would be a richer type of character and a more FOR Whaley Eoyce best make slide trombone, sew condition.) down, balance installments.! Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 FOR Al section in a pros- perous, well settled district, near the proposed line between Lethbridge and Cajgary; rural -telephone installed coal mine, close; price per acre; easy terms. Apply Box W, Herald. 9-6 For full information application should made to the Secretary ,oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. W. W. COST, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication oi this advertisement will not be tor. POULTRY FOR SALE. FOR pure bred white Wyandotte hens; great winter laying strain. Apply Box 152M, Herald Of- fice. g_3 PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring Of- 4-26 up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No. 302. fice in McKeown Hardware Co... In replying to ads. in this column kindly follow instruc- tion stated -in the ad. The Herald cannot give any addi. Lional information regarding the matter or the advertiser. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR a working horse, a good organ. Apply k> John Taylor, cjo Hick Hardware Go. 7-6 FOR of black driving horses and one bay saddle horse; a snap at owner leaving country. Apply .Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 8-6 BOARD. or without first-class boarding house. Apply 416 Round St. 7-6 TO RENT. WANTED 100 MEN To get their work done in the Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop FOUR BARBERS NOW WORKING Strictly first-class work done. Electrical treat- ment and compressed air II! the litest things in Postcards Ed. Kennedy J TO on Courtland St.; per month; immediate posses- sion. The H. Macbeth Agency. 8-0 service to the causes of truth and righteousness. The eyes of the Christian, world are upon this movement in Canada. Other unions would follow in in South Africa, and elsewhere within and i without the British Empire. "As a Presbyterian 1 feel bound to stand for union with all other Christ- ians unless compelled by conscience to" remain apart. Such compulsion of conscience cannot be, in view of the findings of the union committee. A.s a consistent Presbytorian I regard union a duty binding on my con- science. In saying this I am in line with the views of the most rcpre- sentatve Presbyterians, from John Knox, in Scotland, to William Caven, in Canada." HAND STORE Fresh Supply of I-H V4- L J I J I L sessions and congregations. The question would then be ready for final action by the Assembly of 1911. That is Presbyterian procedure. Jn the cast; of the other two each following its own rules, the same time would be allowed for the full- est diseusaion and for tho education of the people on the whole question. It is understood that the Churches will all move contemporaneously. It would, therefore, be 1911 before the NOTICE Pursuant to chapter 7, section 16 to Controverted Election Act, Revised Statutes nf Canada. IP.OC, notice is hereby given that a petition has been presented under the Dominion Con- Elections Act against the return of Charles Alexander Magrath, as a member of the Parlia- ment of Canada for the electoral dis- trict of Medicine Hat. Dated at Medicine Hat the twenty- first day of December, 1908. FREDERICK GEORGE PORSTER, 10-i Returning Officer. arriving Tuesday. Get in on the bargains. Must realize a little money for Xmas Large Supply of Toys still on hand KUM KUM KUM Waddington TELEPHONE 2ei 410 ROUND STREET SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is tne sole head iJ a family, or any male over 18 years may homestead a quarter-section or available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, ic'he applicant must appear in person ai the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brotner or ter of intending homesteader. months'' residence upon cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader inny live within nine miles of his botn-j- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months- in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate ____fifty acres extra TO RENT-Two newly furnished, A homesteader who has exhausted rooms; modern conveniences; with his homestead right ob- without board; gentlemen prefer-1 taiu a pre-emption may take a pur- IKU. AWwy oox i, neraia Office. 9-6jehased homestead in certain Price per acre. FIVE-ROOMED house -for rent, on Torrance Ave., North Ward; large yard for garden and chickens. W. R. Dobbin. TO furnished room, suit- able for one or two gentlemen. Ap- ply 1246 Bompas tit., east of K.N-W. M.P. Barracks. g-6 ROOMS or without board. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, near Bartlett and Fisher Sts. 7-6 mi H'V-W jfuuAca. AT-Three unfurnished rooms} reaidft six months in each of m ,lhe evenings after years, cultivate fifty acres and erect telephone a house worth 10'Sl W. W. GOBY, Deputy oi the Minister of the 6, at oG 139. Argvlo Arc., ROOM WANTED. WANTED-By young man, furnished room, with private family. Box T. N.B. Unauthorized Interior. publication ol Apply this advertisement will not be paid 9-0 i for. W business man, furnish- ed room with board, in vicinity of Adams' Lumber Yard. Apply J. A. Lemmenes, City. FURNITURE FOR SALE. FURNITURE FOR SALE-Furniture of all modern 7-roomed cottage for sale. Substantial weathered oak, nearly new. Must dispose of at once. A bargain. House may bo rented. Apply Box 150 X, Herald Office. 8-6 SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta-j tion. 99_261 DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BKOS.Proprietors Office opposite BalmoraF PH ONE: v 4 I ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St. TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coai delivered promptly. CaUi on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L Patteson Phone 70 Office in Nelson Gow's Store ;