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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .....,._.�IIICR rteiBooowss iSpcaks Jo Gathering Under the ondon Times showing the decreasing attendance In the churches of all denominations in England. About fifty per cent Of the people liTlng in the larger cities .did .not go to church and professed to have no religion at all. Cardinal Xew-'man. the great light imtlie Church ot England for many years in the last centur>-, who seeing the .difference of doctrine between the high and the low Church of England endeavored to l:ind a middle course.. '"Lilberaltsm in,the churches cannot be tolerated," the.apaaker stated. "The Almighty who is all truth has taken many pains to show men the true light. On the of Slount Sinai He gave to Moses the Ten Commandments. .'Go,' he says, 'and show this to the people mnd tell'then/to observe these commandments.' Qod .'did not Say to Moaes tliat he or anybody k else "could change any or them, but God said, "Go and shoT,- these to the people and tell them to'observe every one ot them." in Mke manner Christ the Son of God and twelve ot mankind have revealed unto us that man is not free to choose a religion and embrace the one that suits Sim best. Christ spent.-tHree years of nig life preaching arid teaching, telling men what they should believe and what they should'do. He has taken with Him twelve apostles who followed him and .who'Avere to continue His work. To Simon Peter'he said, 'Thou are Peter and upon this rock I will l\ulld my church and the gates of Hell M BW, LET s "GIISGIIRETS" UVEN ' tilER UND BOWELS .....'- - Oeti't SUyi; HMdaehy, .ConaUpaUd, ^ tick. With Bad Braath and . ? tlMfMeh Sour. FARM IMPLEMEN^r . ^ f INSPECTION WEEK Ottawa, Feb. 21.-The week of :M�reh 11 to 16 la to.-be a farm Implement Inapectlon and repair jwaek throughout Canada. An-ef-* >ort will be made to have every farmer.Inaptet hIa machinery dur-/ng this period and Immediate^ Yilaca hIa ordera for repairs on extra parta. Newapapers will be asked to open a farm Implement exchange action in 'their want ad columns. � rHURSpAY,.FEBHUAR\: 21,1(it$ CAPT.WmiS NOWREPAMTED Former Bow Island Alan Been Released From Germany ' Has London. Keb. 21.-.\uiong the prisoners of wTir repatriated ami now ton their way home by way of Holland is Captain Gillies .AVitken of Bdmontou, chaplain of n Mounted Kifles battalion. He was captured at Ypres in June, 1916. During the strenuous fighting he assisted-In carrying nmmuni-tlon. but refrained from combatant work until he saw a wounded man on � a stretcher fired on. Thenr easUnl' aside his Tolstoian Ideas, he picked up a bayonet and 'rftio anil finally], came to hand to-hand fighting, using his, fists. /This, led to the statement appearing in Canada aud Flanders that he 'Was killed. Capt. Wilken formerly was at Bow-Island. HUNS SUPERIOR TO AMERICANS IN AIR With the.: American Army In � France, Feb, ,20.-(By the Aaaoc-iated Press)-Control of the air in the American sector belongs to the enemy. Any officer at the front will make this declaration- all have'^made it. The control Is obvious.^ Germ'an airplanes come and go over the'>American lines almost at will. For there. Is only one way to wrest control of the air-from the enemy; that is to fight for It in the sky and to relieve him'of It by force of overwhelming num- ?rG�t a HKtaGlHoxnliw.' ,Yaa men aiid'.waiKan irho can't get tming rfsMt-^o>kav� haadache. (c'eaMl tUBw. InA tasta and toul liraafih, dlsMBoaa. can't-staap, are bll-{i^s, nanrMa and upset, bothared with fefaltk, naar, disordered stomach or kare a'bad cold. ' tAr� you Koeplne your bowels clean jn^th OfacaMtl or merely forcing a basaaiApsr^. .arery ^ ftw, ,'days with ^aU� okbartlfi piUs or castor oil ? � -CaacarkiB work whlU you sleep; leliaauo atomach. ramove the i4iar,' UBdUMftad fermenting food and fqul !-��; iaka,the excess bile front tUa Uvar maft cany out ot the system ell'itllacoiHltlfatad waste matter-aud IK||ison in tl;ia boweU. ' 'A 'Caseark will straightan you out Ky Btomlat^-^ lO-cant bos from any FUC/ atora. fill kaap your stomach mwaat; llva* and bowels recuter, and haad vClaar jtor moaehs. Don'rforget jthi^^: qUldraf. ^Vtey love jCaacarets be-cauar tkaylaat* cowt-never gripe or aiekan.-Adverttaimeut. shall nol prevail against Her,' aiid to all of HiB^ apoatles He said, 'Go aiid teach all nations all that I have cqtii-nianded'you aiid. behold I am with you always eveji;'unto the cbnsummaUqn of the world.' Now'Christ tore^fcw t^Ut His apostles whom He loved v^ry much, wpa)d undergo the most/horrlble pers^ctitipna 'for HlsTiiime- sake, b|t even so jfle.did not give^them the rijfHt to change one lota of the docfrlne which he them." ' The speaker-instanced the case'' of Comelitia ntenUoned in the lOtfa Chapter of 'the,: Acto ;0t the Apoatles, who was doingJall ftt^^his power to love and serve GodV stUl God sent;, an Angel from' heaVBHrtW show lilm the true way and Cornelius was;;'led to St. Peter and eventually, j-is'teived into the true church, v The speaker; very strongly emphasized'c. the-point that it does make a dltterence which religion -we belong to, because Christ and His apostles taught but. one doctrine, whereas at, the present--day tie churches teach' different doctrines, yet ot all these doc> trines one and but one only is the true doctrine. ' i ," - - - - - Granted Uierefore that it does make a dltterence whether or not you belong to the true Church of Christ it then becomes the strict duty of eacli one to find' this true' Church, and 'in our search for* her-to look for such distinguishing marks as unity, holiness and the source ot her origin. ' A vote of thanks, was moved by Thomas Qultm and seconded by John 'Vasc-lenak, after which, selections were reu-dered by llrs. Kennedy and lllsa Brooks, E. J. Sehl acted as chairman. and Saturday and Continues Ml Next Featuring scores of specially purchasMiKnes at prices wiiicji in i^filir cues ar^ as low a^ present whdksd^i^ ^ndinj^ceof steady^advances^^larandaw^^^^^ wiUiiJIeet with on merchandise of like qualiijr aind suitability to present styles for some time to come. , ' STOCKS IN THESE^PARTICULAR LINES ARE WONDERFUU^ COMPLETE FOR SO EARLY mm AND NOW IS YOUR|;OLI)EN pPPORtUNlTYTO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS AT COMPARATIVELY SMALL C0CT. New French Fashion ^ Whitewear^ Big new stock trimmed with button-holed, edges,' embroidery work, etc., in gowns, petticoats, envelopes, cor^t covers, combinations, drawers, etc. ' ............ SILK ENVELOPES, flesh and white. "^o rn $2.75 and......... ............ ----�J�0O SILK BLOOMERS. Flesh, and white. $3.00 and .........>----/.,........... Ail wash goods, lovely heavy silk. 4.00 Spetiai Values ill Eafrly ^ying iii responsible for these unusual yaliies ajpd we pass on to you the benefit of: our early |urcha3es. ^ ,. UNDERWEAR^ILK. Crepe weave, cream, fleih> | 0|� maize and ItlaSk, 36 Inches. Special........... l.Jv POPLINS, DtlCHEdSE AND MpSSELAINE SILKS. In all .the new llaht and dark shades. 36 Inehti. Special...................... STRIPED TUSSAH SILKS.-Natural ground with . various colored stripes. 36 Inches.......... COLORED RAWSIl1roval COATS, NEW.SKIRTS. NEW DRESSES, IN A SPLENDID VAR-, COLORS,. AND MATiERIAtS AND AT PRICES LITTLE IF ANY .StMILAR,;,GJR^DES SOLD ^OR A VBAR AGO; NEW SUITS 'A In {gaberdines, serges, iwoods, etc. Nejv \iitylov.pointcd coats with tailored collar elfects.-A good showing of sinall and lai*ge sizes.. .-  I ($35.00 to $50.00 V : ; NEW SKIRTS "Plain 'allies and  serges' an� -novelty plaids and stripes in wool and_sllk materials. A spfendid r�nge of styles and ina-tdtJhis ft) small, medium and large 8lze.s. '$6.50 to $25 00 \ NEW>COATS - -. � x-: , ... ThlA. uarly shpwliig features mostly tweeds,' coverts and': gaberdines in light mixtures iind sandl.'and putty colors. Handapme styles for. small and largo women: ^ j ' Wi(k Choice of Wa$ii $iiitiiig$ Correct weights, weaves and colors for this. season's wear and many specjal values. 65c 45c fiSc , AM New Aprons and HouMDressea. New Rompers & Wash Drcsfcs. New Sweaters and Kait tvoods. New-Silk and Moreen PetticiMts. New VoUeandSiti^Waitfo.^^ New Georgette and^ Crepe de Chine Waists; 5 New Corsets and Brassieres. Many special values in the ab(i>ye lines that must be seen td,1i>e appreciated. ^t $26^6 to^7.50 NEWJ)REsiiSf Sergey, taftetaa, duchessc, etc,; ih^plain colors  and novelty stripes. Shades pt .aandr grey, taupe, tan, navy, black, etc. Special $20.00 to 135.00 .1 'THE LADIES'STORE Phone 453 . 612 Third Avenue South Danger Lurks In the Mouth EVEN when all the teeth are healthy 'and aound the mouth is the habitat ot - countleaa dancerous diseaafe genns. There they"lie in.wait watching a farorable oppotitublty to attack. The first decaying tooth -is- thair opportunity. In Us rece**ea ther .multiply with amazing rapidity and'then in countleaa millionH tliey launch their attack on your system. Why i^Ue dread disease by your toul, decaying teeth. L�t us attend-to them at OBce. Put all your fears asid*. DENTISTRY AS W� PRACTISE IX IS A GENTLE ART. ; Richardp'aiid Nelsbii Ptt DM from Lethbridgf Hotel, Uthbridgo \~ LiTMaHIDOE, aloeiita CA-UWvClir.FICi---118A'eiQHTi^*'AVENUE~E.' . jyjMONTC^^^ CHISTALL BLOCK Many Topics of Vital Jnterest Dealt With By. the. . Speakers :' briijg'glory to God and adva'nceraout to oaw a minister at* Grapsy Lake Tuesday atternooiv the presbytery turned aside from the routln'e pt busi-nesH to a conteronce�on a nt^mbei; of' vital and timely 3ubJeots. A thoughtful'and very stimulating paper, was read by the- Rev; Mr.'Wilkinson of Pfncher Creek on ''Wliit we jjhduld, l)ay for in connect on with, the war." The points empliaslzed wore; 1. Xhat we might hfiar God's-voico speaking to us, and that, we might know-Hls will as He rqveal8,lt to us.', 2. 'That a.s Ho reveals His will to lis we may understand "our-.part;>Jn helping to got His will done. . 3. That He might show u?,JioWof the Bank of Nova Scotia it Calgarj^. J.'G. Penny succeeds him at Prlncb^^A^bert. f.'-ifr- !.!> ise .vloj^dr^',Mj^9t' It^la/ GAVE Ihsmkme And He Got Well and Stironjf. That's Ttue v Monica, Pa,-"My little^boy. "urtior is the youngest of three, was wcakr^ nervous and tired all the tiinii.Tso h� was. most unfit at school,' and'nothing seemed to help him, Z Itarned of Vinol and gave it to him. It hta, restored his health ndtBtrnKth^ana'1 he has gaiiftd^,in w�lgbtr--Mrt.> Frederick Sommer*, Monaca V At2.00^.5i. FRANK WADDINGtON Initrue^d by the Owner WOlSeUb Above;Aii*:;Aisemhhigc of Superior HpuwhiBid v And effect*' Ineludlna-UpitlOHT GRAND PIANOMRTE ' n :w�lhut case by'Erau*.*ro*., In aplendld order; fwa^lye,roeJ�*p In ml**i^n oak; very fin* fumed oak morrla chair; ipMdToak njorrl* chjilE; email lolld oaK rocker; oak haHtree; oak oe��.lon�r MM*; *alld quarter cut oak dining tablt! ut of S dining �haira,: b.Vfutlful mahogany finish buffet: aoild oak cM^a cabinet; oonjioleum rug, 9x10!4; itwo entra quality;c8>peta,quare*, xlOVi aaoh),yery h�.nd-ome tapettry, panel; ydry, h�nd�ome quarter out ohk dr�**�r; foHd: Cfk large chiffonier with bevellad mirror; two all bratf (fide cofn-yiete with apringe and mattroasat; oak, condition; ' brai* mounted bed* with apringa compUta; roekara; ai^lQER ING.;MACHINe In A 1 erdar; kitehan tabl*I lawn mower,;'p humbvr of v*ry 'Mod pletufe*; glaaawa*)*; china; kitehen requlilte*, otc^  �i''v �SAUe at10.3(>:PUNCTUAI.LY, � "v.*^-^ -'� %. TERMS cash. . AUPTIONCER'8 PHONE* 770, Ref.'469 ' ^ 'SyAoblNQTqN BELUi WITHOUT REBERVC ii ;