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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. I'T.BRtMnY THE LETHjmiDGK HKKALD PAGE Interest Increased Throughout Series of Meetings By Rev. Bickersteth On Tuesday, February :'2ml the asort mission conducted by tho Uev. Cyril Blckorateth, C.H., end. carau to au church ttlcr which spoke again 'on, the As tho mission advanced so the in- terest Increased and It is moat prob- able that had the miaaion been longer duration there are few church people in Lethbrldge who would not have been affected by it. Tho services opened on Tuesday morning with a celebration ot Holy Communion at a.m., at which Father Blckersteth was the celebrant. At 10 a.m. were said in the the missionary need of quiet mediation upon the word or God. lie pointed out tint while many are pray- ing, comparatively few are listening to God's voice. The attitude of thi ill meditation was eipressed by words of the chilrt Samuel "Speak Lord for Thy sevant heareth." Much of our unrest, anxiety and the way in which we were easily provok- ed toy miforese-ei happerjngq, was due to our lack of preparedness which icame from the consciousness ot tho soul of tile presence of God. In the afternoon after visiting somo of the wives of- the soldier settlers now In the citjv Father Bickersteth conducted a. short mission instruction thitn (hit only getting rlil of ulna was by by tba rooti. neU ot ill wore to be fouad In the dead- ly alas. The nlutawr HM Uut (hen eome twBle toaltah ta that they had no slna. To Illus- trate his point told the following umutlng .tory. It wai a few wM befere the Christmu rMtlval priest sat In his church waMlDg to help thoso who camft to him to pre> vare for their Chrlstmu communion Other members at congregation decorating church, with holly and evergreens. Presently a man came into tho church, aud the aiked him if he iiad come to confew his sins. "Confess." said the man, "1 have nothing to confess." "Are you said UMrpriest, "Is there no sin which troubles your said the man, "I not done any wrong at all." "Very said the priest, "You have no objection to assisting with the decoration of the The man readily agreed before lone had climbed a ladder and had stepped on to a ledge of a lofty window. When he turned to come doum he found the ladder ntov- ed and the priest going towards the rope. "Where are you going? What are you going to asked the man In a puzzled voice. "I am going to ring the bell and call all the pie to see man who has commit- ted no sin." said the priest. "Oh! no don't do that please, don't do cried the man. "Are I can remember you asked class with the children. He taught Wretchedness V, OF Constipation Be Quickly Overcome by the priest, then you may come down. At 8 p.m. the missionor spoke brief- ly on the mission in Sar.iaria as de- scribed in Acts 8-5-25. He said that it was rare for there' to be great Joy in any city and yet wo are told was much joy in that city." The rea- son of their joy -was that they accept- ed the teaching of. Philip. The Great Need The great need in mission was preparation and the mission in aria had prepared for-by Our I Blessed Lord Himself in his teaching' at (he well of Sychor, and He pressed upon His disciples that the fields of Samaria "were white already! to harvest." Philip's preaching was the preach- ing of. a kingdom. The entrance into which was by baptism. The missioner then continued his course of instruc- tion. Christ came to give us grace. Father Bickersteth pointed out that although God-ws.3 not tied and bound in His work upon'the ;ot men and although, It was true that a count less multitude ot had never heard Hie would be saved 'by the precious blood ot Jesus; yet for us the means of grace i.e. the' sacra- ments were the way in which we were to receive grace. 'He, ttie missioner answered many abjections tq the I sacramental principle and then show- I ed that since we. were not puro aprit, WILSON WILL RIDE WITH HARDING, MAR. 4 WASHINGTON, feb. President Wilson will ride with Harding to tho capitol OB March 4, It was an- J. nounced today at the Whito House. NOTE PAHUl; L'4......U was shown to- kiy wlit-li the nuU; sent by (In; llnitcd States Htatts department mid be- ti> the rosportive tiutnts ahovw au uxrvement Inul not Imcn rvjcheil un tho ternn uf tliu ultuitatiun uf the cover- IIIK thu former German lnlandR In the rucillf. Thurcfore, the position tnken by tbt; prutiijuiit uu htihulf of his KOV- cniinvnt, net forth, necessarily luid the ot effectively with- dntwlnp any or implica- tion of assent, mistakenly imputed to this government, long before Decem- ber IT, 11120. tho date of thu council's but had bodies as well we were pendent upon sacraments. He Illustrated his point by show- lug that we expressed tho desires of our spirits by the handshake between friends and our various ways of ex- pressing lovo and affection. The marriage act. he said, waii :l great example of the sacramental life. Through the sacraments wo lunch- ed Jesus Christ as the sick touched In the days of His tlesh and wero healed. There were only two things which could keey people away from the and sin. If they were Ignorant they could learn and if sin were the cause Ihen by repentance (i.e. sorrow for sin. con- fession and amendment) they could obtain foregiveness. The congregation joined heartily in tlte familiar hymns and the simple prayers, and it is to be honed that these two missions, tli TOO FAST IN AUTO fore the council of ilu1 league terdiiy was made public that i" S I claimed equal rights with other allies j TWELVE MILES HOUR in German colonies now undor man- date. Tliu council again look up the note this, considering it with par- ticular reference to the cUiim advanc- ed by the United States. .Some of the held that the I'nited States had forfeited such by rights of withdrawing MR an associated power from tho supremo council. In tho HUmmary of the noto which was made public Wednesday it was revealed that, the Unitml -Slates de- clared it had never siven ;ts Consent that the island o! Yap. an important link in the chain of cabh lions in the Pacific, tin.' territories date of Japan. The principal features of the note, Short Course School Sessions f.unehfton was nerved by DOW IT. Wetlnetdiy Afternoon Session The country home can be madu aj periuanont and beautiful tbing, accord-f ing to Professor Hooper, who yester- day proceeded to explain bow to beau- tify tho farm homo in u practical mutiner.. i The locution of the homo should j first bit considered and n plan made1 for future development so that all the j buildings as they are put up may pre- WHEKE CHILDREN ARE jBCIlt a hur'nuniutts appearance. The water supply should bo considered, protection from wind, drives and walks, and arrangument of the j farm gardtm and the drainage. The windbreak should consist of' seven or'it rows of tree-a, the first OTTAWA, Feb. 12 miles an hour un excessive and uangaroua spcod for motorists to travel on city streets where children arc playing? Mr. Justice IddiUKton in the su- premo court this morning expressed the opinion that it is, and said the best instance was to be found in tho daily slaughter caused by careless or reckless motorists. Expression came out during hearing of argument in the case of McCarthy icim-. 1m inclmkMt in versus the King, an action appealed wmtfi wolf willow, buffalo subjected to tho man-] from Saskatchewan, and one of four jbfrry' snow berry or choke row of sharp leaved willows, second Ruuslaii Poplar. third cottonwood, fourth Russian Poplar, fifth laurel leaved willows, and sixth carrigana or white spruce. Hedges may 'be of carrigtna, lilac, honeysuckle, or native shrubs such white willow, buffalo will hear rich fruit. The 'Rev. Father Rickersteth. C.R.. left by the night train for Calgary, where he is conducting a mission of eight days in the Pro-Cathedral which will he followed by a quiet day for the clergy. He then goes east to Kegina and Montreal and is joininij Father Trere. in addition to tho points contained one at Si- 1'" lbe aummarJ', was the United IT'S Inn: rest overseas note said in disposing possessions. of Germany's On this the Criminal cases set down for argument J at tho special session of the supreme' court of Canada. In this case the appellant McCarthy was found guilty of manslaughter for the killing of a man named Young while motoring on the streets of Regina.. "As one of the principal allied and j associated powers the United States has equal concern and inseparable in- terest with, the oilier principal allied and associated powers in the overseas possessions of Germany and conse- ho is conducting missions in Tor-1 1ueiltl-v an equal voice in their dia- When Rheumatism HitsYouHard! onto und Ottawa. positon, which, it is raspectiv-ely suh-f ______ _ mitted, cannot he undertaken or Liniment _. fectcd without its consent." i The newspaper editors of Dublin i inferring to the attribution of the i have been notified by the "Irish re- island of Yap to Japan, the note publican army" Ihat publication certain prohibited details of the Be Kept Handy for Aches and Pains of ecutions of the Sinn Feiners by the Crown will be punished by death. rt'iuis "While this government never as- w HY wait for a severe pain, an ache, a rheumatic twingo fol- lowing exposure, a sore mils- Poison in the systom cause pains, aclui and The poisons I ara quickly removed by the use of j Dr. Ch.M's Kiatay-Livvr Pills. I pill i AIM. zsc. boi, j ail dulari. i sented to the inclusion of the Island de. to maL'vc'ti ol -iap m the proposed tnundate to work, wiian you should have Japan, it may be pointed out that Sloan's Linlmci't handy lo help ivjrb even if one or more of the other prin- t and keep you active, and on cipal allied and ussncialed powers the job? were under misapprehension as to Without ruhbiiig. for It penetrates, the island in the reported decision apply a hit today to the afflicted part. in the Note the gratifying, clean, prompt re- Unite-! lief that follows. Sloan's Liniment of May 7. 1919 I notes above States government position." makes clear its (Presumably the notes referred to couldn't keep its many thousands of friends the world over if it didn't _____ make good. That's worth remember- comprised that sent by the United ing. All [States to Britain on November last i largest is the most economical. 35c, j iviih the copies submitted to j French and Italian governments. The note set forth the L'niteil States posi- tion -on tbo responsibilities of man- datory powers. The Japanese man- i date was approved by tho council of i the league December 17 in Geneva.) I At the time when these notes were ?0c, 51.40. Made in Canada. Sloa: Liniment MONTKKAL. Feb. from Hal I fax to to lish a. transcontinental hiking J. H. Behan and his ion, K BalteD. both of llfi.iritt, arrived in today. Tho hikers Ic.-ft later for Ot- tawa. Bohan and his son left Hull- fax on .January The BuhtiiiB Tour days behind diaries iWkmftift. and the same time ahead of the frlltf, husband .and wifp, also Itikinc froffl coast to coast. cherry. Many trees and shrubs may be grown from cuttings which should be plante-d clor.e together and watered and transplanted the following spring. Professor Hooper went on to recom- j mend many hardy perennials and an- nuals for borders, in such great var-1 iety that there could assuredly be no difficulty in choosing beautiful hardy plants. For winter adornment he ad- vocated the use of bulbs which should be planted, kept In the dark several weeks and then brought to the light. In the line of smalt fruits straw- berries have been very successful, also saskatoons, raspberries, red currants, black currants, goose berries, native Dakota plum and crab apples. Communicable Diseases Miss Sherrer followed in a splendid address on communicable diseases, J giving the proper of the sick room, the symptoms, care and complications of various diseases such as typhoid, measles, whooping diphtheria, rheumatic fever, and the proper methods of disinfection after- wards. >x Mr. and Mrs. Waddington led the gathering during a short Intermission in community singing. The most pop- ular tune was. of course, "I Know Where the Flies particularly af- ter its literary merits and the proper fortissimo had been pointed out by Mr. Waddington. Thursday Morning Visitors at the Short Course were ;his morning taken on an Inspection trip over the Crystal Dairy, through :he kindness of Mr. Carlyle. 'Here all the different departments and meth- ods were shown and tho ladies. Treatment rub Cuticuri 11 Ointment r. -withthe cm I of the ringer t I on spota o dandruff and Follow next morning wkh hot shampoo of Cuticura Soap. Repeat in two weeks. Nothing bet ter than these fragrant super-creamy emollients for all skin and acah troubles. itching. throufh Sold V AVY CUT SMOKING TOBACCO a CutPlutf Tobacco of 4 i x-k ;