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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. FE^UARY 10.1M7 PAGE NINE A BIBirYilGliGl t (From the. London Otlscrvor) i family Iiaa business conneotlans, he  We. hopa that the rottders of the w�8 the onlr son^of 4he lat^ ^laniy Observer today will bow their head* , Buttora, of Alt* VJsta, iSaiv, I'ianclsco, In honor and in i-everanoe of a epleu-j who had large Interoats li/mlaes, oad did young American citizen, Second rallvyays. Ho was the- nephew and Lieut. Harry BMtteri), of CaKfornla.^ holr of the weliSinown mWng ongl-He has laid dowb hi� life for Eng-. noer,, Mr. CharlcB Butters,, �who is land.vtheQoUDitry he loved next to his ^tiU restdcni '6n the RabiKt!, slope, own and for the Allies' ckuse he held The bOy who was to die I'.vactlon as a to he the boft and gieatest that had British of floor was educated at first >Y?ii' been, lit .-stR^e iV the world. At, in California, hut (hen pamo to this the OEo of 24. he was killed on Thurs-1 country and- wont to Beaumont coldly night,'A jflfuioa he LETHBRIDGE CHURCHES . ';v*!i-!-^ox. Church Coi!(^�r-4tAO�|>t,-. A. H, Denoon, Paator RaWi^'Vi^'^f Surna, Acting patter. Ksg^jT' i^lcea.at ll a.m. and 7.30 10 a;mt;;Poya' Pepartment. }2.30 iir,ii); SiK' Slaters' Bible Class. f.OO :piro::;!RlJg Brothers' Bible Class. I.O0!~!p,R|.^7.^t^r pepariments qf Sun- ;|ee Class. anthem, "Peace 1 . Ypu," Button. Even-"Hark, Hark, My Soul," & WESTMINSTER s^^ly-^^^booi. n 30 Um.'Topic "The Saeret ot a Sue-� cep^ul C^Vlstlan Life." ;;,BAPTist.-First Baptist Chnirch Cor. 3rd Aye.^�Wl'9tH^W. 8. Rev. C. jjaker. Pattof Next SuuJay,'s serTlceB will be con- rectory, Stow-on-the-Wold, Glos. The rect�)r writes: '-'He was � warm� hearted, fearless young offlcer-ras fine an American gentleman as ev^r Sroesed the Atlantic." - It la much to �Bay, but.U.is true- ., - . ,  A_splendid Tettamant* '.� \ 'A TWren iie went,to,the Cppnt'lfcst; year he saw heavy fighting-ih; the' Britis]^ offensive of September, 1915. He described that action with, graphic directness In a long letter which wap printed in the San Francisco Argonaut last January. That letter al4ea(t(. Choir Practice,; Thursday, - &�|.m. Mission Band, Monday,.A4^j�r a A.M.-The wprhl la neye' || d|bt to any man. "The world has^lw^yavpia^e good offerings, aiiS all 6rat6-v^ments to it have grown out of its gifts. The saviours of the World areinade by It. The glory of all the world's; Galilee'? is but the refl&ted radiance,of their adjoining Samar a's. , , The lone hiiraan; wih^s the tortuous but unbroken llneVthrbiigh fields affinitous to hl^ nature from creation' 4 p,Ui viCI �lu�lq:''M in^'aothe ' - liayv/B. Francis, Paatop ' Paraonase 1271 6th Ave. N. ' ' ^/Phone 1M9 ter58urid*J Schqpl. 8 u^^r''Aa^^t and Young People's Blblfei Ci* B In Parsonage................ ft iliiiAll't)en'artments of St. Andrew's to calvary where'he is'crowned Lord ' it^^i f^-V . ' of all, GolgathimayiinBly a Dolorosa but the emptied servant' bec.qmes the sufficient Saviour th^ro along. P.M.-Life iB a I GhalienKe. It is more. It latlie sum total of all the chaUengea j|^c!iil.iar td'llfe'a' particular expertanceSf: Me{�t Jifej'OB'its own ground; iaaltei its agquiii^tiaiice; ask it questlona I. c^.cpgnl^e, its j^tinlties; accept its oUIgatippil^;\we1(Ii Its emotions;, test its inptlyes;-dl^y Its sub-letles; control ita'^yeaknepsea, anc' life's challenge 'willrhaTe>4v)9een accept ed. Life's inodern'shidows'' are but the varied redectljillity � qf; Jts ancient ^brwa,;,i>itai*^mpjigte oira struck ift hl8tbry,vnMy,fcwid! and its dhaileniBe?lgfai#'i��lf ?0+niaukInd.  ^ WAI^GUCAN , |�.:jpypriwi'� Church U,. 1�n Itraat and tlh.Av.. Sauth. Rev. Cantp W, V. MeMlllen. B.A, !_ Raetor  llbiF Clasfea, 3 p.m, ' ; - RVINSOKO 7 30 p n>. Holy' PoKimiinion-Ist and 3rd Sun-4aya fct;;*80; 2�>* Sundays �a^^tlf^^^^ Sundays at 4 p.in. *i|BTHODIST Paraaijt 11 a.)�  Vi8We Hand of Qod Sean tm\k ffMaont World Confliet^' 1(0 Coiltotlon PAY SAINTS ChriftMUt^r �Mi laih ti.�. ,M a,iD. >fiono 14S3.' BELIEVERS BurgWian'a.Hall, 418 13th.,81, North. Believers qBsemble on the Lord's Day for tha Breaking pf Bread at 11 a.m. .  Sunday Scneol.~�t 3 p.m. ' V^ospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Rehdlny, Wedne^tt^y, p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE - First ChuiTcl^-biCb^fit Scientist ' Hull �io�k,;nh ,8treet 8. > ' Sund�k>'�',�;,, "it m'ay *,�eem*' to'.'yo.n that-'^fdV,. me �thia^ is. ill f^uife- ujicalled foj, Aitiit, Can* o'n'ly mean either the^ �supreme sacrifice for nothing, or at best some of- the" best years of my life wasted;: but I teli you tliat not ouly am I :;'�wiUfng tQjvg:lve.-my_^ife to.thj.s,.epter-IJ'rise, tfor jthW^Ms. cpmparatiyeljf;,ea'Byj .except, wheitf I ftllnk o,f;you)',,l)ut thtit,! f: firmir'bellevei-^if I' live 'throiugh; it to spend a useful lifetime with you- that never will I have an opportunity to gain BO much honorable advancement for my own soul or to do-'so much for the caMse of the world's progress, as I have he;5;e daily defend ing the liberty that mankind has so tar gained against the attack of.an enemy "who would deprive us of' it and set' the world back some � ceiiturfea if he -could have his way. I thliik less of myself than I did, lessj-ot the heights of personal success 1 jtspired to climb, and more of the. service that each ,of us nmst' render In .pftyment for the right to live and^by Vlrtv(e:6{ which only we can progress. - i ... ""tea, my dearest tolks, we are ^ in deed doing the world's work over, here and I am* in It to the finish." ' That is a magnifice-it letter in the height of character, the earnestness of thouEht. the steady strength  of mind and heart It reveals. None ot us read it without homg moved'und fortified. That phrase about-VhondP able advancement for my own .fjo,ul'| is one that deserves never, to > die. Rarely has the cause of tlio' Allies been vindicated with more moral force; never was that cause sealed bji a purer sacrifice. "In it to the Finish'* His captain writes: "He waa with his guns and no: ono could have died in a nobler wfty. .  ',. He was one of the bi^ghtest cheeriest boys I havo over knowji,- PENTECOSTAL Pentec98fal Mission Fifth AVo. Bap'tlat: Church SUNDAY-U- am., remembering the, Loiid'B D^^h,, Eyonlng, 7.30, the pel meeting);:, S p.m.: eunday/;Schoo)., : TUESDAY-p.m; Tjwyer and word. ',Ti*;'0 "t \- ' q3HU�SPAY*58f>te:i�-.; 'fecial waiting , uppp Qo4^'fo|>> t^tp .^paf tiam of the , Holy Ghoat. . 4 . Elder Geo. J?. Ue^.'KllliQn, Converted Infidel will, speitk at these meetings. ~ ......" Jaaua la Coming. Soon, , Qft Roadyt A HBARTV VBtiCSOMS TO ALL. vattaa Ml and always the life and soul of Uie m�i'ss. � / ' � We all realized his nobility'infijpniJ ing to the help , of another, cauntry entirely ot his own frjse will, and. MVf darstood what a big heart he badl 'tie was loved by all." He is in it to the finish Indeed with comrades of his adoption who have passed with him! He taitos his -laBt sleep out there with so many- of tlie Tjrave and true where nope'v^w'espp' braver and truer than he,, and amo'iii^: the "reeollcdtlbiia ot the grpat wftKhls name will not be forgol^ten.Bea^! u.oj^mont will take care of that, In hlB"-! Gos-p^ld college we doubt not, ho"'wiH'h'ave his, permanent memorial. In lur thoughts the flags of Britain .and America cover his heart i/Vl(bi'4o\ihje4 hoior. Wo shall never sbcK"Jh^pi'S.'fep twined .again witiiout thlnlrfgg^^Qf.Jijni'a No American can reah flhet^ttlsM without' 'being v^voud, of him.' i'JJp Briton can read them wilhoutfeeUngs deeper, more moved,,than can he said, In a:iy words. We are grateful; - aS he would have Uked, to his Amprici^ that bred him. We are jir^flfs^uf-to his ^'dearest folks,^ though tifey :^ere not all with blm In his cp\;rae, (of nP man could be what he w^�a vjitjifiHli being the scion oT a strong stqoK.i B^n^fi be came from Callfornta, ^hlt epiUph can compare wHh^ thlil \ei.$r.s of Bret Hflrte,'whlcb^ miljit have beea.written for Hw^y^Pi^ttfril^ and never suited.better :{|fe ;aii(|, death of any Callfornlanjjl tl!iaWi%�feli .WarK! I" hear^"^" trampT otHj^^mf-^�!^a- liation'i ih08t*�'UBT�^ra^^^f / � � m Round the quick alarming drum- Saying, "Come, Freeman, come! Ere your hepltage bo wasted," taid the quick alarming drum. "Let me of my heart take co luse'; -. War. is not of life the sum.  '\V|ip" S"I:- ajsy' and reap the Iiar'est - 'pheh the autumn days i-.uall :':.-,:.i,';,?ome??VC'';.;;: - �   'But'"the drum Echoed, "Come! Death shall reap the braver harve.st," said the solemn-sounding ilium. Ai-HTTLE ONE Banff, Feb. ,9.-A small fire in the rear of the ..Rocky. Mountain Courier office; last night about 11 o'clock, caused excitement owing to the dang-' er !to the Alberta.^hotcl. The fire was in 'a pile of waste material and no datnage resulted. � - , THE BULLDOGS ARE COMING. Announce The ncAV price of the La Pi'efercncia Cigar, (Cliib House Size) Avill be Wv. straight, Instead ol' 3 tor 25c as -liere-toforc. Present prices of labour aiul tobacco have forced us to either raise the price of the Club House, or cheapen the quality. The latter we refuse to do and t!io well known high standard of , Cigar Will be fully maintained Prices will be as follows Bull Dog Size . Club House Size Londres Size .. 2 for 25c 10c straight 3 for 25c Once Tried - Always Smoked Vallens & Compaiiy^ Limited London ^ Canada Branches at Windsor, Wiiiriipfeg and Vancouver 'V. he Woniler the Musical World- Music's Ke-Creation Anna Case Who is well called "The Miracle Glri of the Metropolitan." The com-, parison pictured , Hhefe proved her I living voice and , Edison's Re-Crea- . tion were indistii^- 7^ guishable. . Hear the Re-Created Music of these Artists : I Marie Rappold ^.CarlFlesch Zenatello Matzenauer .-Emmy Destinn Albert Spalding and' a hundred others. Of his >f all the wonders Edison has achieved, none have brought more mtalitsyeu Joy ihan is artistic triumph in the Re-Creation of Music. To tAink of ll^'i-^Through his patient experimenting and study, the world's greatest interpreters of music will never cease' " to charm the ear. Every shadie and tone is preserved for Imniediate Re-Creation at your will. And this claim, by the way, comes from the most-unprejudiced sources-; "Not Possible to Distinguish One fronfkiffie Other'' v ' "� � irrrDETROIT FjiKE PllBSS . and playing in 1 'J "1 627 99999999999999999999999999915 ???174304734012382 ;