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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE IE j.TrriiBnror.E DAIIA' IIKIULD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920 Interesting Exposition of Im porlant Matter at Wesley Church Wednesday Night ui debate was not as to vihiclt Ule fluiulO win, but as ati 1 noK.il campaign. The judges were V.r. W. S. Ball. Mrs. Thus- llnrily au'l Mr. Uastow. Mr. Johnston. the flrst speak- j er. lioiivered a very excellent adiirt'sii uiul received hearty applause at i He laid down ;u b'.s 150 that hi all Justice a man had to i i linvo ccnis rule Io govern him as toj his givings. In every other line of; i duty God bed made the necessary (provision, and it seem reason- able that Ihls should IK left to man's prlva-c Judgment. Aud surli a law is! found away lax'k in Abraham j i tithed 10 yolcbliecleS; while his; grandsMl many years afterward inado a vow to God th'at one-tenth would be- long to him, nnd what is very import- i ant. Is to note, that all Ihe heaUiou nations arour.d ribout paid a tithe oi uulo their Gods, whence (here HOW THE INVENTOR OF TROUSERS FIRST GOT, THE IDEA A most interesting debate a In Wesley church Wednp'diy evening i, t.alno ;rorn Jehovah. when Mr. li. Johnston and Mr. -Mar4n of the Untied Church debated agalne: Mr. n. U Nonnan and Or. J. B. Lov- ering. of Wesley Church, on the i ject of -Christian Stewardship, resoli- -That tiliiing is in the best Inter- 1 eft of tho ckurch and ttK> individual He ,hen 19 the law of the M (ollml in book 0( thn hv Rrd a3 by M03es lay- i fcrce all through 15CO Qf J6visll history, and hj 1 out' that In ihosc periods o! [6 tllc Church" individual Uiu .people tith.ed vhil _ _.. The attendance was excellent, ana WITH 2AM-BUK Before the war, Znm-Buk vfu Sic. a box. All during the war. vrhen. the cost of production rapidly advancing, the price of Zam-Duk: to the consumer remained the same. Nov.-, with the war over, while some prices continue to Zam-Bulc Is still 50e. a boil Not only so, but the tame high, itaadird of quality his main, talaed throughout. There has been no profiteering Jn regard to Zam-BuSc. For every bor you have bought, you have been to pay value only. Is this method of doing business not worthy of recognition? Ans- wer this question by continuing to .recommend, to appreciate, and to greatest bold bealcr of modern times. Use it "for all skin troubles, tc- lema, rlngWorm, nbsccsset, ulcrrj, bolls, pimples, piles, blood-pxrisoa. Ing, chapped hands, cold sorcv, cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, etc. All Dfilfii, Slc.Boi, tithing. It was a law of universal prac- tice and he gave his endorsement' of It. In sajing, "Thece ought ye to have done." Paul accepted the principle of tithing, but went much further and declared that nil belonged to God. Sir. It. Normau. the leader of the negative gave a very strong argument against tills particular method of giv- ing. Inasmuch as his arguments fol- lowed one another in logical order hi? address ivae very easily followed, gave really three strong arguments against this set method pf giving; 1. That It lended to religious Prior iseelsni. In the days of Jewish hislorj the people- emphasized ceremonials and not the spiritual and our Lora strongly opposed it on the ground as quite sick il-e past week is how able to be around again. The sympathy of the entire com- munity is extended to the bereaved of Mr. Vcellle of -Granlea. who passcxl Thursday night utter prolong- ed (From Our Own GRANLBA. Feb. Lam- ouresux, Babba, Salnsbury and Weiglo were business la Winnlfred Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wares vero I '-ftsivfiJFT'-'- Veilncsduy six tables were at lay. being awarded rMrS Mai Prow will regret of hi. con- Hrst; Mr. John Morrison and j Onement in tl.e liospi.nl a, ilrs. baiouue, coi s f'aripnn and Carlson Mr Inrl Mrs AVilllSm BtOphOnSOn I i were illness visitors 'in hUtsom 5lra. John .Morrison and iimviolrtv n'rarce womlsriixl iuspiration is said to have been an oarlv fnce'tor of that wdl-Xnovvn sartoria! expert. Mr. Charles ny Heath RoblnfOn. In Ihe London Bys.ander. sUown by his attitude to Phar-'l of iho negative, said that he isee. And Ihe churches In our day who I in tithing, was himself n practice, It -not strongly spiritual, tither for 1920. anil If this 'principle It failed In the curly days; It will fail ted ay. 2. H was unjust. He cited two 11 w us uujuak. J itr n..j largely ID tum: ui-i ,uta. cases. One man. say with an income and enable [he church to could be adopted by the members of tie Christian Church, it would [and very largely tu solve her local prou- GRIP, INFLUENZA Wizard Oil AMIieptlc During infHienza epidemics iht nose and throat several times a i T.iri LK rhiviio On D'J 11 E.IV flnt' ASK FOR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS, BACON, LARD AND BUTTER-THE EMPIRE'S STANDARD. P. Dominion Fish and Poultry Market, Phone 545 CO., LI MAIN MARKET, PHONE 412 ITED Dominion Market, Phone 1654 ;