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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT. v THE U'TimumoR IUH.Y imiut.o llikf Black. i Austrian Horn Coal- Thsi Jlolv is a _e hurst. was sent to the rovincial nil no; an tt, for 80 days under the Idlers' act Tues- H-ft, "e Wa5 Si nnd fmed and vests tho'Jsii h, had in hi, vccket he refuel i lhiuk, iv KvanWlUt j s at ilw revival service list T1 to Mi s E, to: a month. In session arrested Ms round a lotrte of TtEmel chloroform. and the A. P. P. .ire bln lo "orf _____ further to learn how be ss to He couM c-ame lo be in possession ol so much m vtece at.a Tho cjonev ran be erer.i-irhere when; j He emers enj takes possession uf J the body ot a man or WOUITJ who hag j Iraa-le it a temple for lliiu. He was! the third person In the Trinity, truly! operating in the hearts of men every-] whero. I With fervor ar.J eloquence the' preacher Ins subjevl based on the Pentecost as in the 1 I first chapter of Acts. U'hat he hail j OMSK, Monday. Jan. Soo-'. to say he said in no roundilout tine, former first secretary of the! ion. and without mini-ins words. In i Ilussian embassy at Washington, has j this spirit he denounced thosy who lieen appointed foreign minister of j followed after -isms" as seeking after I the Omsh government. When seenj something because they failed to i today he urged the urgency ot the] make their bodies meet tori 1 supply ot clothing and ammunition' the HoJy Spirit to dwell in find declared because of their lac's; The Holy Spirit said the evancc-! SO per cent, o: the rroops are forced list .brings a "wonderful chit-e tor to return from the front. He said it the better. Peter denied Christ be was also a source ol discontent in j fore the Pentpcost. He confessed Him Utter. The disciples, like, sheep, for-1 Priests -s-no escaped from Permjsook Jesus at the time of His trial i rar Jiat many of their colleagues 1 before the Pentecost thev were terribly tortured before the bat-'came as tola, They were l tie as z res-alt -which Farm ra'jukeS by Jes.r.3 for captured by troops under Gen. Giida. the Pentecost Mter they were lull! They say that .priests there icre ot faith. They were spiritually is- Silunze-a naked into ice cold water! norant before Pentecost After .and {Sen into uot water. They de- were- written those clsre lhat the men Trere flogged and i ot literature, the tull men were slain by having wooden i of the rjower ot God.--The types' of the Holy Spirit were shmvii! in the Bible in dew, showers, and i rivers living water. There wore j some wno got the dew only and socin; dried tip. There -were those who re-; eeived the showers, the showery v Christians -who do not last ions, like i passing showers. Again there were those nho took in the Holy Spirit! Jin aTmndsnce and became rivers ot' IsjioV; that the only rjnt ora-fbtal of The Clerical's polled-ffiore than votes, ac-J tie. Majority Socialists, Tie Eisner party and the Independent-Soc- ialists secured only four of iss semlilr's 155 delegates and tde Major- ity-Socialists 50, while tbe combined iKHirjeoiserparties bare 102 represen- sticks dnveu Jnto their bacss. treatment ol coughs, colds and troncbiliE, as certain in its f Vrcczone. This will cost mile is sufficient tti reinovo hard or corn from one's feel. A few drops ol this new ether com- dfrectiy 11pon an achlrg corn should relieve the sore- UirtanliT, and the fie lifted out with the fin'zenj way to rid one- corns was Introducer] STATUS AIR MINISTRY REMAINS UNCHANGED LONDON, fresj dispatch via authoritatively ttated (hat the of the air ministry will be uncfiansed. It remains a separ- ate and Independent ministry, lia sole connection with the war of- fice being that one etcrttary of both 0-epartmenli. JANUUU' OWNERS HERE are now Ford cai's actual use in Canada. Tlie demand for service on these cars has created a big business in repair parts. The Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, is responsible not only to the cars lhat bear the Ford name, but for the Ford parts it manufact- ures and supplies. It and its authorized representatives alone liave the right to sell genuine Ford parts. Yet, inferior repair parts not made by the Ford Company are being offered to the public as "Ford "Parts! for Ford Cars." The makers of these "spurious" no as we the performance of the Ford car, They are not under obligation we serve Ford ovvners well. The result is what might be expected. Whereas parts made by the Ford Company are made to give Ford service, the inferior parls are simpJy 'made to uine! Ford parts are made under rigid inspection in the Ford Plant from Vanad- ium and other high-grade steels. -The inferior parts, most of them, are cheaply from low-carbon steel. v Hie Ford owner who 'lows any but genuine Ford parts to be used in his car, suffers more than the actual loss on the inferior part. Other parts in his car are liable to damage from the inferior parts, and, of course, the Ford warranty behind his car be- comes void! There is also the dissatisfaction aris- ing from poor service and repeated breakages. 1 o protect Ford owners in this To-make authorized Ford Service available to every Ford To give the widest possible distribution lo c.en-. unie Ford The Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limif.ebV has adopted a new policy. Hereafter we will supply genuine Ford not only to our regular Ford dealen, but to every reliable garage which is rendering service on Ford cars. Such garages will become author- ized Ford Service Stations. They will display the Ford service sign. The result of-this change in policy will be an immediate benefit to Ford Owners. Authorized Ford Service will be available everywhere. Instead of 800 Ford ih'e most complete service offered on any automo- bile manufactured in be approximately 3000 Ford Service Stations. To get genuine Ford the Ford service expected from those owners will have only 16 look for the familiar Ford sign or the new Ford-Service sion. When the Ford Service Sign is displayed it in- dicates that the garage owner has been author- ized by this Company, lo vender Ford service, and has agreed to supply only genuine Ford Parts. It will prove more than a convenience to For'd o wners, I( will be a protection.against the damage and expense he might incur through the use of in- ferior parts in his Fovd. Ford for the Ford Service 'Sign Motor Company of Canada, Limited Ford Ontario but we are doing an we can lo make the easy for bita to get borne, de- clared Sir E-lwam Kemp, over- seas minister, at the Canadian pay corpj dinner last nidit Oen. Ctirrie, Canadian conimandJair (Jc.'ir2f- Cincinnati efen lng tissue or who also Bcntroua tribute Its' shown by the Enisli-h peo- ple ;o Canadian soldiers Sir George Foster alludcj with pride to tho fact lhat to. rtay in Paris, Canada joytriK the same right as any allied slalo (o take ber place at the (ahle wlilth woudl dkYato terms of peace. iEFREELISI OTTAWA. Jan. Imnort.iH j farfff revfeliKis Kill tealare the UudKet 12 1-2 per cent. I! will be pointed out, it Is staled, lhat iluriug the coming so.wlon no further inroail can bo raaile on the tariff [.ending peace setllerncnls, and van'ouj economic arrangements which may c.manale from the peace confer- ence, and pending alao the return o! affairs In Canada to normal condillons. .Veiv mclbods of taxsti.-.f, ti, >m for revenues by tariff reductions I stated tractors of ivtojch (be duly fs now r jplared on Hie free list; ih, the e 7 J-2 Ld 5 put Into ir rA that tiiR exi will (H'rorn Our O STIUUKG, Jan. JZ.-Tlie o have again been opened, also church services liavo again resumed The Slandarij Hank baa for liualness. A new tins been In- e war Called, also flrst-olasa fixtures team are lhls that Ihe 1-ctn iralnlug and cxpcd uTioJIo'ir" lite tiamoto of the "old fnvinclblcs." ttj Stirling has reaped the 'fltt, there i-1 being no general omhrenk _ meeting the Stirling Uboral a was caller! on tbc Injt, lo discuss tlio political silnation and ascertain tins reeling of (tin neo- Pie towards affiliation will, i ib- eral party ot tfic province ami discuss sr-nMng a rlclccalo to Iho Calgary conversion, Tha Union government clrnc tor ;i severe acotirine, the tcnlhnent of Iho meeting was 'strong against tlif! i.rcscnt frovern- mcnt. All present wore In fnvor of JumrtlnK ti farmers' catidldate. anil fell they wonhl like to know tho fotl of the farmers in the Tlie lilalforra of Iho Canadian Council of AgrlcuUoro discussed, a..d meeting iininlinotisly Invorcrt suu- porlfriB (his platform. College, Toronto, Is dead, rles Park, ono uf Nen-cmtle, .V.H., !om M, NEW REPUBLIC COPENHAGEN, Jan. 15.-Th6 ernment of hai a K federal reiiMIc" n-llh a proltalnary WERE DESTITUTE na, ci off (no. roast of Uhrartor In 11 dcalllutc condition. Thr, Arkona', to OloMco.lw by t.r (crt Slutes torpedo boal. will noC uc brouslil Utrt, ;