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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE UCTHBUlDCiK FH1DAY. JUNK 2. 1916 iMany Stirring Addresses Heard at the Conference TALCUM POWDER A PERFECT powder for toilet or nursery. Of inimitable purity :md quality, and "British made for British maid and man." Pat up ia two sizes. Other very popular Vinolia Talcums :ire Bonnie Prince Charlie, Liril and Vinolia Geranium. All good druggists snd stores sell them. VINOLIA GO. LIMITED London, Paris Toronto i6S Yesterday after noon's seaaion Conference, was u sort of 'free a lion of lilliuBualism he affirmed Unit. Canada wnnlod no pussy-footed policy in this mutter. Though n lifelong nu- mtrer of Sir Wilfrid Liinrier, he stood WHEN; USING EAD: dv had somoiliUiR to say i. Frank Oliver anil other Woslorn }M to sav something about their partlcu- Far more effective than Sticky My C-itciicrs. Clean to handle, bold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. tin I ports in Alberta and ,-ern reported at the morning j session. The demand for young men I to carry on the work or'> church i particularly heavy, and the nee-d will i be especially areat aiu-r the war when hundreds of ihuus- I immigrants by the hundreds of ihutis- amis may he expected. Tlit-se will have 10 be assimilated and the .Methodist church must lie ready to do its share., work Ai present ih-> church has KiJ educa- 1 tional institutions the and over students. Dr. Moore church rle said that along with the sided over a large attondance. The i .Methodists, his church could lay claim fifteen VOUIIK men to be received to beinsi great missionaries, a were seated in the front of the church, church "thiii is sharing wiih you the i In n few Sir. Webber stiUed what a great pleasure it was i to the conference, to receive such a I group into the full ministry. After the roll had been called, six of the young their work. Calgary Industrial Exhibition June 29th to July 5th, 1916 nrttrrrtn It! A I I 1 nTliPtlTn rwiiua m ALL DEPARTMENTS Ol'TKKEl) "Separate classes for While and Brown Bread.'I'or resi- dents on I.side ol' lliei'ily oi' Calgary. prizes in eiu.'li t-lass. .Best Ail raclioii ['rnu'rainnie ever pre- sented at a Calgary Exhibition, including Hiss Htiiison. the Wonderful (lirl A vial or. SEND FOR PRIZE LIST TO E. L. RICHARDSON, MANAGER, ALBERTA lacing this great west land. God give us strength to unite to solve these probleins of vaunt: anil growing land." Rev. H. D. Marr then told of the the Bible Society, without men wore colled upon to SIVH experiences and cali to which all the 'missionary 'influences j Many and varied were these experi- nomimouial work woult] ]OSP liah- their'power.'enees, but mostly all testified to the mother's love and n Rev. j The work of the society is to provide influence of 1 for everv man in every land the word i godly home. The worh'ol the department of soc-! of Hod in his tongue. The Bible' The secretary of the Conference. ial service and evangelism was prc-i is one of the greatest riirisiianiziuK j Rev.- T. D. Jones that they all "ented hv Kev. Dr.'Moore, general sec- j influences in the world and th A sanitary ice box prevents many yours sanitary with seconding, the Rev. S. Fallis gave 1 PRESBYTERIAN temperance propaganda had become i need is great, and be appealed to the being made by those who had gone Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. A. H. Denoon, Pastor, Mans Fourth Avenue S., phone -102 Boys' Department at ID a.m. tl a.m.: Dr. L. Armstrong, hdmon- i dry; in Quebec out of 115S miniici-1 fight for prohibition in this province men- tpaiities are dry; Ontario goes dry amj victory of last July. On 1110 on September Manitoba has j question of law enforcement after the if been dry only a few hours; Saskatch-; act comes into effect, on July 1 he i ewan has be'su dry over a year and said. "U is our child, we must pro-1 is likely soon to abolish the govern- lec[ it The government would prose-! i mem dispensaries; in Alberta we are j cute infractions and would j waiting only until .litly 1; in B. C. j gate cases but could nor be expected j the prohibition vote will be taken in j to furnish the machinery to keep tab TO FRANCE outlines' ttoe plan to have a thoroughly qualified speaker come to the ivest (during the summer and give a series jot lectures at all important points. i letter suggested "a professor from 11 one of the eastern universities, and it ,___found that this gentleman could ,________ be secured during the summer vaca- Upn. The local board looked favor- In President Marnoch; on the plan and-in all probability F. president of the Calgary the'Calgary board will take the mat- 'board, of trade, speaks of the import- ance of tlie people of Western 'Canada a thorough -understanding of the present economic situation, espec- ially "in its relation to the war, and ter minister of trade and Bugler Cowling of the 2lith Sas- katchewan Batt., is dead. He belonged to Qu'Appelle. Two Winners The British Empire and QgilvieY Royal Household Flour They Are Both Made of the Right Use "ROYAL HOUSEHOLD" Flour and Win WESTERN MERC A X TILE CO.. SAM SApOWb> DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE .weeks and v.-ill surely go dry. i in the Yukon a campaign i for prohibition has been started. By Jan. 1. 1D1S, the speaker declared. .there will not be a bar left in Canada. Sunday School Work I Rev. J. P. Westman. field secretary i for Sunday Schools and Young Peo- I pie's Societies in Alberta and B. C., was the next speaker. He declared !'bat. the Sunday school was the melt- i ins pen; there "it was that the timber on" which the church depends in the i next 25 years is made. Wiuiout. the Sunday schools and theNnher young peopled institutions the upper struc-1 'ture of the church would soon come j tumbling down. In the past year there j I has been an increase of T.oOu in mem-1 I in his territory in these de- partffiGiits of The church. Efficient i leadership in the Sunday school is essential for the success of the Jwork, and in this ihere must be the co-operation of all departments pf. the I church. He hoped to see the time trhen there would be more co-opera- i tion in these matters between all the i Protestant churches. i Missionary Report The honor of making the next ad- i fell to the lot of a Lethbrieige i lady, Mrs. C. R. Daniel, who present- -J ed the work of the Women's Mission.- Ury Society. This society, she stated. t had been formed about 35 years ago land has grown (ill nov.- it numbers i ovttr members. Mrs. Daniel be- I' Sieved that mission work was a great I liberalizing, humanizing and Chris- f i tianizing influence, and the study of j missions did as 'much as any other; factor to deepen the spiritual life of a i church or community. j I Mayor Hardie j I At'this juncture Mayor Hartiie was! introduced to the audience and re- ceived a rousing reception. He paid a I high tribute to ihe church for its civ- illziug influence, slating that lie be- j 1 lieved ii was one of the greatest, fac-. tors in this direction the world hail I over known. The very beginning of j Methodism was laid in the spirit of going out into the highways and by-j ways and spreading the gospel, and j the church is always now found-in; the van of civilization. He welcomed J the delegates to the city, granted them i the freedom of the city and wished j them Godspeed in their deliberations, i Rev. Mr. Morrow Rev. J. W. Morrow of Medicine Hat, moderator of the Presbyterian church in Alberta, did not display the leest fear or trembling: in invading the j stronghold of'Methodism in this pro-! vince for the time being, and his ready Irish humor soon made him warm friends with the audience. Rev. Mor- row, in conveying greetings from the Presbyterians of the province, made a stirring address touching on many practical questions. He asked why people didn't go t o church mpre. answered this question 'by denying the, implication. They do go to church. He had been in "Urn west 23 years now. and present day churches being reared up on every hand would swallow three or four of the old churches of a few years ago. 'Jut if people tl: I r.ot go to church as' n-ic'i P.- tliev should he helinved the j ii-, n could 3Md at the tlpsr of til-.' colleges where too much theology Is j pounded into the youug ministers, j pounding out. almost the last vestige of their latent characteristics and making them more or less automatic. Let ministers be more natural and people will he attracted. Turning then to the burning...nues ihcretore the intention of the league aoups Pork and leans Spaghetti Meats Tomato Ketchup, etc. .TO FRANCE (This magnificent tribute to France was written 'by Robert J. C. Stead, one time member of the staff of the Calgary Albertan, now with the C. P. R. publicity staff at Calgary. It ap- peared first in the British American.) We little Unew thee. France; we And God forgive us that our thought was sin We thought thee fair without, and false within, And did not seek to know thee as we ought, know the face thoii turnedst tour- istward. The painted face, the sensuous de- sign; We held thy virtue subtle as thy wine; As cheap and subtle; neighbor, we have erred. For thott hadst poured thy life in every mould And we had found the mould of our desire; We warmed our marrows at thy Latin fire, 4ml found it hot, for we were Saxon- cold. Forgive us, France; we passed the lie along; "A thoughtless people, frivolous and gay" And now we know only say Forgive us. France; we sinned; we did thee wrong. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicol. M. A., Regular Services morning and even- ing. Sunday School at 2 and Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie Logue Boyd, Minister. p.m.: Sabbath School. 7.30 p.m.: Church PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Avc. N.f Baptist Church s 1 a.m., remembering the Lord's Death. Evening, 7.30, Gos- pel meeting. p.m., Prayer and tho Word. p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A 1-JKAJlTY WELCOME TO ALL St.' Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMNIen, B.A., Rector a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. j KVENSONG p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at 2nd and 4th Sundays at. 11 a.m. at 4 p.m. Topic: "Christ's Requirement of Re- nunciation." thee; can METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 Conference Sunday 9.30 a.m.: Love Feast, led by Rev. A. Ttanies. 11 am.: Ordination fa. D. Clipwn, General Superin- tendent, r 3 pirn.: Sunday School and People's Session, Rev. J. P. 7.30 Rev. J..W. Graham. TJ.D., General Secretary of Education. Conference Sacramental Service. Music; "The.Psalm of "How Lonely are Thy Mrs. H. H, Johnson; Solo, "Face to Miss L Dawson. Evening Music: Anthem. "Sunset and Evening Solo, "Abide With (LiddleK Mrs. H. H. Johnson; Anthem, "O Bountiful Westminster Church Si. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Aye. and 12th Street C....N. Holy- Cammuriibn "'Sunday morning at S a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 1L a.m., and on all High Festivals. Matins on tho 2nd and 4th Sunday at M a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at p.m. Evensong at 7.20. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Wednesday, p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor 11 a.m.: Children's class meeting ami Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 3 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Goo. W. Green, 10i6 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 [How well thj need j morning service withdrawn to un- ite with Wesley church for ordin- ation service. j p.m.: Sunday sons have risen to thy j And you have suffered; who shall count the toll? i Thy cup of grief shall silently en- dure; But' thy great spirit riscth white and pure, j For France is still a nation and a sniil! V, CLARK, 1 .MAXUFAOTU-HEKU MONTREAL TROUBLE.IN PERU Strikers Kill U. S. Citizens and Brit- ish Subjects I Corinto, via Radio to San Cal.. .June number of United I States citizens and Hritish subjects have been hilled al Talnra, Peru, by striking, employees of the London-, j Pacific Petroleum company, accord- ing to an unsigned wireless message from tho steamer Somer to the United States cruiser Kaleigh at this port. Rev. T. Sub- ject: "Ideals of spec- ial music. .30 P.m.: Speakers, Rev. Hiramjlull. No art can picture on the printed j But'SV Time shall beckon. age Albert, Moore. D.D., o to age. The deeds of France, for France is great indeed. lAnd that black lust that would thy virtue rape And set a ransom on thy bruised head. Its spawnings rot among the count- less dead. And all its land is in tears and crepe. 11 BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. a.m.: Morning service. Rev. W. A. Smith, B.D.. will speak. Mixed ciuartette will sing 12 Noon- Sunday school. 7.30 p.m.: Rev. W. B. Galloway, 13. A., will speak. Chorus by the choir 7'ill nm Speakers, Kev. ram u. BAPrinciiml'ofDeacones, Train- At Doth services the pu pit will be ing school Toronto; and Rev. J. K. .supplied by ministers attending the qniitl, fVlmonton Methodist. Conference The men al- Smith, Edmonton._______________ to Mch come frnm CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Hlginbotham Block, Entrance'Sth St. and 2nd Avenue South S p.m. Bible Class. '3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.31) p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings ot tho Kingdom of God. Subject: "The Metallic Image of Ne- buchadnezzar's Connec- tion with the European Di- vine Revelation Showing the Es- tablishment of the Fifth Universal Empire, on the Ruins of Human Lecture will he illustrated by a lite- size chart of the image. All Seats Free. No Collection CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30 a.m.: Sunday School, follow- ed by Communion Bervice. 7.30 p.m.: riov. II. W. Dalglcish. H.A., will preach. Everybody Welcome. ton, highly spoken of. Baptists hear them. Be qn time. Bring some one else. All nro welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Chprch of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at t'l a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet- ing at S p.m. HEADING ROOM OPEN TO EVERY. ONE DAILY FROM 3 to f. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m.. Holiness Meeting: 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week 8 p.m., Pub- lie Meeting, led hy Sisters. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation. Meeting Citadel hand in allcnclunce. Saturday, 8: p.m., free -easy meeting. At II a.m. Rev. P. W. Locke will give an address, and ai 7.30'-p.m. Rev. O, E. Mann will give an address RfD ROSE ;