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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta OWAN5' PERFECTION COCOA !f cocoa is your favorite beveragt by all means enjoy it at its best-r as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. Limited. TOBONTO. 135 GOOD ICE CREAM No two firms make the same quality of ICE CREAM. Ingred- ients and process give the product different flavors. YOU MAY AS WELL HAVE THE BEST OUR ICE CREAM is made by an expert. Only the "best mater- ials It is Pure, delicious, wholesome We invite you to visit our parlor. If you are pleased with the service and ice cream, come again. PEOPLE'S Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL Pastor Brooklyn The Glorious Liberty of the Children of 'The creature also shall be de- livered from the bondage of cor- ruption into the liberty of the children of God" (Romans visi, ,day in Brooklyn's largest Auditorium, jthe Academy of Music, from the above text, to a crowded and attent tive audience. He said lo some the national holiday means a time of recreation, bufto others it speaks eloquently of "liberty eninp f.ho thus of Some lost their lib- by disobedience; they became slaves to Sin and Death, and have i or less bound by these con- worM then until now- So, then, i thV The liberty of the children of God" l absolute and liberal terms of the Great Liberator. '.Pursuing the subject, the Apostle marks the Church of this Gospel Age as separate and distinct from the world. He shows that those who- re- ceive the begetting of the holy Spirit j now, are already children of God( and I already enjoying full freedom, full lib- condemnation of Sin He says, "And not only groaning creation, the but ourselves also (the spirit- _, L vzmrco of IP is whicli have the first fruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within oarselves, waiting for tne adoption, to wit the SJWH2S: Deliverance) of our Body Body of Christ, which is the Church" (Verse 23, I. Corinthians All, The Apostle 'is here MIL ADI by 1052 fe i t.t U1JC concede thai an forth from these emigre dition f K oiven tne-enemiesi ing. bounds' of 17 against tyranny, eneral the Golden fiule, which respects it desires its of others respected. It is difficult weight Of ing to the numerous letters go- mg from these shores to every coun- try under heaven, to every hamlet and The Apostle in our-text is discuss- ing the condition of the world of man- beca He reminds us that God creation groaneth and tra- come t vaneth in pain together until now" Sitfon of (Romans viii 90 .a.. .1 of A, UQ- Aaamic .condem- Christ also groan jnt manner. The .nd travails, waiting for manifestation "the of the Sons of God." ,-'roans' not outwardly, but inwardly, while waiting for somethin- different. The world is waiting "For dere's no place lak our own place, don't care de far you're goin'; Dat's Wat de whole worl's sayin', w'enever dey -come 'Cos we got de fines' con tree and de beeges' reever flowin' An le toon Dieu sen' de sunshine nearly twelve mont' ev'ry year." W. H. Drummond. u-iiinj. 44 w (Romans In the nineteenth yerse he tells us what ing for, namely, "the___w. tation of the (human) creature eth for the manifestation of the WMO of God. The world of mankind is i now enslaved to Sin and thev i the Influence f themselves; they" must me influence c. the .news- wait timo frt, IT 11. world is waiting for n the God' ?'e the Sons of ft" a befre Sons of God, which release to the world.. The ;h is waiting for the adop- deliverance of the Body in to The Good HILL BLOCK DUFFERIN ST. Papers and magazines which go forth 'breeding the love of liberty. And vet granted us the whereby we can cry, SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Young, of Card- ston, are the guests of Mr., and Mrs. Joseph A. Young. .dear friends, every "every year, as our ideas to wait time for setting them free from _this: bondage. God'! time the -iready will come in connection with the glori- fication of the Church, and her mam'- I iture, we come festation with, her Lord in the glories distinctly what i of.his Messianic Kinedom. Thfn s Messianic Kingdc groaning creation will true 'sometim. fl I I of Hberty-i It is not surprising that manv n. 4-1_____' L, f t snores from lai is almost unkn Hon. L.- P.' Brodeur, ac-. companied -by Madame Brodeur-and Lady Laurier will leave in the course of a fonnight for -Banff, where they remain early September, .re- turning east with Sir Wilfrid Laurier but our adoption" is and party. free in our minds from Death, but will Mrs- McDonald of New Dayton, and her mother. Mrs. of Petrplea, Ont., left this morning for New, Dayton after spending a few days in the city. TWILIGHT CHAT While families; ,4r to ice cream -parlors; tains th tains, the value of home made cool is looking for new ways, ations; and more ents for tlie home table.. The ice- or lawn, as well age, whether fo for- callers, is tain homes. We. cling' -to the latest come region, b Tbe adoption, of the the-Father will be her fall j The-.Apostle-reminds us" thaTthe fSMTg j slavery of mankind to Sin and Death 1 j- e, J.AXWU toon-, in a moment, in the 'an eye" (I. Cor. xv, FRUIT ;y subject at the evening service will "Four Cardinal Virtues." Many are buying fruit from us. Are you? is A I and prices are the lowest. Pure Ice Cream Home Made Confectionery COTABASBEOS. Oddfellows Block, 33S Round Street. CHURCH SERVICES St. Augustin's, communion; 8.30 a.m. Morning prayer sermon 11 a.m. Sunday Schoo'l 3 p.m. Evening prayer with sermon 7.30 p.m. Holy communion at 11 on first Sunday "in the month. Rev. J. Mur- Tell-Wright, M. A., rector. St. Cyprian's, com- munion at S.30 a.m. and again at 11 a-m. Sunday School and Adult Bi- We Class at 3 p.m. Public Baptism at 4 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. Rev. W. V. McMillen, rector. St. Patrick's, Roman mass at S a.m. with communion. Children's mass at y.30 a.m. nja-h mass at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Evening service at 7.30 p.m. .The C. T. U. meet every first and third Sunday at 4 in the base- ment of the convent. The Ladies' Altar Society meets every second Sunday in the -at 4 p.m. in the convent. Wesley the morning a special children's service will be held., the members of the Sunday School toeing seated in a .body in the centre of the church. Rev. T. P .will' speak" from the subject "Lessons from the Flowers." In the afternoon an open session of the Sunday School will he held at which parents and friends of the scholars are invited to attend. Mr. Perry's _ _. T i i V jc "iClRm s i i. j. t not personal license, but .the Indeed, this is tne n m condin the j the hope of humanity to all j 'uT tTwait or nrnch less with r.Vip iur Tine Lora i dying condi- _...................___ __ 1 tion _snch St. Andrew's, Presbyterian __ On Sunday, July 2nd, the usual church--------------- w services in connection with St. An- all must leam order i did not subject "our race "to' church will be held at Red 'thJXn clfeeDS; a lesson I' condition, this slavery to Sin .hau, on McKay street instead' with the intention of of in Bailey street school.. The ser- vices- will conducted in Bedding's Hall until further notice. Rev. WAV. Bryden. minister. Westminster pastor, Rev. A. A. Lytle. will preach at both' services. Morning subject, "A Father "Who Failed." Evening subject "The Source out -that, the 'salva- oi toe-Church at the preseni-'iime actual or complete salva- a hope-salvation or a faith- He points out that what we hope for is to be brought unto us at the rsveiation of our Lord and Sav- ior Jesus Christ, at his second advent. .o-e points out .that, in the meantime, an anchor to to be patient >us things of arrangement. It will lead. guest of Mrs.. E. U. Rylands. no heat, no dust No old-fashioned contrivances. The liberties. Nor does this that and nation- only 'will the living the people of God should their 2atlons this privilege of release .own liberty and fight for the h'Derty to Sin "J of others. Rather we should stand ,3 of righteousness and boa. by. word and precept refrafo irom staring up violence, or jeopard- Jzmg the mterests of others. Liberty of conscience -we shotdd maintsis cm-selves and others. should encourage n in St. Paul speaks in our text of the j Miberty of the children of God This primarily, signifies our desertion from om- taskmaster, Sin, and the surren- der of our win to.God and righteoas- aess. It means a repudiation of lib- j y, all who are in their graves will have the glorious opportunity of Busy London Methpdists. A great fund is in contemplation for the development, and reconstruction nf Wesleyan church work in LondorT The sum of is likely x> be required. It leyans the the twentieth century by raising a fund to a knowledge of the Truth, that they may be save! by. laying hold thereof i5. 3i and grasping through Christ, of liberty froln bond- age to Sin But, as .the Apostle else- wnere explains, we find it to conquer fully the fallen _ find it impossible as "3 tares'' to attain tbe full Sonship under present- _____ cause, as St. Paul declares, "The We a S God's dear Son, and thus attaining eternal life. Truly, that will be a glorious epoch, "w-ben to the great Deliverer "every tnee shall bow and every tongue con- fess, to the glory of It will be grand, indeed, to witness during the thousand years of Christ's reign the gradual liberation of the slaves of Sin and their gradual attainment over their weaknesses 3ns by the assistance great _ Emancipator! Many of down to the mater- -1 anticipation, of a fu- How glad ao uu xiiui ueciares i. T_ i----- lusteth against the Spirit and tS I h Wbun awake from j-------- opxrio, ana trie the sleep of death, realizing it as only Oil Cook-stove is the latest scientific cook-stove. It will cook the most elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen. two are contrary the one to the other (Galatians v, We have a con- to the twentieth' id. which was for the pur- poses of the denomination in general, it is not likely that they will shrink from the task of subscribing 000 for work in their own midst. Remarkable Blind Man. There has just died, at Boxgrove, Chichester, a remarkable blind man' named Stephen Targett. who was in his ninety-third year. More than fifty years ago Targett lost his eye- sight while at work in- Woolwich Ar- senal, and, being pensioned off, went to liye at Halnalier. He was appoint- TWILIGHT CHAT The June Brides You couldn't miss them. At every railway station in the land there have ;been joyfully riotous parties scattering rice and confetti and good wishes upon the newly-wed. The hotels have .been full of them, east and west, city and country. They were on every steamer deck, and in every Pullman-on the continent Of course each and evti-y pair of them labored under the fond delusion that no one -would take for honey- mooners, and were much amused at the efforts of every other happy cou- ple to. conceal the "earmarks" of tneir new of course, were perfectly useless as far as deceiving anyone was concerned. lemon juice, and freeze as ice- creamfxv >-V? This amount makes over a pint t'rozen and is delicious.'. It takes such-' a to freeze sa" small amount that the ice and salt, do' amount to more than -Following this recipe is print: Japanese three-fourths of the white of -an egg. and one tablespdonful of white, sugaj; one tab! espoonful of rice flourj one teaspoont'ul of softened drops of vanilla. Beat mixed and of the consistency of Drop :by teaspoonfuls on greased...tins' spread in round-s as thin as pos- sible. Bake in moderate oven until While .on -i stick to curl. HOUSEHOLD HINTS The brims-of many large nats are But all the world loves a bride and wittl colored straw three inches smiles at a bridegroom, and espe- !wide on-the surface and -with' a momentary interim! They wiU be I he was letters in the district. For thirty years will Ready in a second. ed3n a second. Fitted Cabinet To'- rests, towel rack, and. every feature You 'want It, bo- cause it will cook any dinner and not heat the room. No heat, no smell, no smoke, no coal to bring in, no ashes to carry out. It does away -with drudgery cf cooking, and makes it a pleasure. Women with the light touch for pastry especially appreciate it, be- cause they can immediately have quick fire, simply by turning a handle. No half-hour preparation. It not only Is less trouble than coal, but it less. Absolutely and it doesn't hcs The full libertv of i spirit j the mental, moral and physical weak nesses, which are element? J ffe death sentence of the r o Scriptures, intimate newsagent, and he sang in the village choir for forty years. He learnt to make fibre mats cially warm wishes for the June variety that comes 'With roses and strawberries. God bless 'em, every one! And a special benison rest upon the June bride who has left the Old and clothes both of which he i Land or the home of her fathers in supplied to the ducal houses-of Good-f tbe East to come out wood and Molecomb. j home On che Drairie. to make a It may be the new nest 'is only a rough'shack and the hope or" something better and v straw Patent leather suede vamps in lighter shades; are .worn on the street With these stockings are worn -that match the -walking cos- tume DAILY RECIPE Spanish a round j steak weighing two pounds and j about half an inch thick: .pound until eru- of the j life, tat i-ni 'he lion, tt-o i V resurrection, when fected in this that this j also j jfrom the I j error and {nesses thr._w_ were thus is not ror us U about, from ?idf to .-sjrlo. and nlmos Army Airship Wrecked. A new army airship wrecked i TTrt V.y..MK.. r in a year or two, -but it can he other clay on Farnborough Com- Absolutely no sraell, no sinokei the kitchen. The nickel finish, with the blue of the enameled chimneys, makes the stove ornamental and attractive. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. Every dealer everywhere; if not for Descriptive Circular to i agency of the ou 01 Monday, anrl TItc Imperial OU Company, Limited. created, and father DIAMOND CITY NEWS TV yml his bride, nw, Miss Clark Diamond City, June 7.-Miss Grant Sliding, arrived JlAVi of company's houses. The new railway station is already finished, and will rncftt a wan i. smashing the framoxvork to one was injured. splinters. a June bridp in it. not a, bachelor's :and tie witb a cord: -OQUr shack. one-half cup of milk and one-half j cup of water. Place in a covered 'Where much sewing is done at j dish and cook two hours, home it pays have a separate- sew- j bastinS occasionally. with the latest ?s for cutting, fitting and i This room should be light i niry. if possible opening on an Tho company's large o-ivino- .-.infi.r! some time, has left for R. I. Laughton paid a business vis- it to Macleod and Granum during the weeks. of Winnipeg, the and increasin lure of the city. One splendid lea- turc in conni-ction with the sale- of is tlin majority ot these lots aro not being bought for specu- lative purposes, .but citixcns and outsiders to be used as business and residential properties. poreh- worl: tak- i eii on pleasant, days. A one-window- ed dark room is bad both for work and worker. Have low, sidelights or a table with a good student lamp if sewing- must he