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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE EIGHT THE LETfHURinGE. DAILTf HKKA.LD JUNE-I, 1920 Humanity Is Asleep When If Comes to Vital Issues, Says Evangelist. Aimec Semple McPherfcn. the i unique lady rcxivalisi of Angeles.' Calif., -now is revival; services at ilio Curling Kink, in night's meeting, drastically pictured j i'Alrary'g scene in a jiow and vivid j way. She "took for bcr teil. Mart] 15: 17-15, and told ihe story ol Uar-j abbas, the murderer aud leader of ati insurrection in the City of Jerusalem. Ho was worthy ot death, was seiiU'tic-, to die ou the Homun cross, biii was j eet free when Pilate allowed Jesus take his place. Barabbas was treated as a type ol tb.9' whole human family, spoiled by Adam, back in the Garden cf 1 Kden, rose in rebellion against God, disobeyed His law. fell into slu and thus hroasht depravity upou the whole ot mankind. "Barabbas was once a pure baby, with perhaps a Godly mother." Tbc evangelist at this point spoke about ib.e necessity cf- parents living Godly j lives, and serving Christ for tho sake of Uic children. I5he related j visiting the sick, and IiospUaU. she had found it much easier lo reach j beards of those eons or daughters j vrho liad-in their early training hccnj under ihe tutorship of Godly mothers.; "Barabbas did not become a fall-] grown sinner in a day. Jlis first. Ues-1 pass, was, no doubl, insignificant.! Bat ho soon srew into a thief, and; ihon a rebel and murderer. Sin never does get to its blackest until it jb j ej.poscd. The coM bund cl the-law, j closed down on Barabbas, with1 the k horrible- sentence: 'You are to hang on thp croas until you are While Barabbas lay in prison niidcr special guard, annouiiccment coaics thai another man named Jesus is iu. lake his (ortb.; you dca't need to For a long lime like many souls ot is indifferent and reluctant to claim.his The evangelist at this point, elo- quently reaching her. climax, exhort- ed all to heed ihe .proclamation of liberty, extended to every of sin. Th climax was thea folioired by. further daniic appeals Tvheu she reminded her audience that world's crisis ,was at hand, the end ot ihe age was near, slumbering human- itjvwould not heed the gospel cry of liberty through Christ. Manv Would Be. Erected This Year If Money Were Available. ''If farmers bad the money I have! no doubt there would he many silos i built in this district this paid j "W. A. Hamilton, of the Kami Products, j limited. "There is a very real need for greater production of Hrage eroiia, j so that we will not be caught in tho future aa we were the past winter." Arrangements are being made by' Supt, Fairficld of the Experimpntal' Farm to erect a large silo daring tbe summer. This will be fl'.led with sun-1 flower silage and the farmers of south- j era Alberta will then bo oble to see j for themselves the results which can' he obtained by the growing of this important silage crop. About five i acres of the sunflower will be planted. I Quite a number of farmers In (hcj south' are arranging to try sunflowers this year and will build small nit silos IQ take caro of the crop. They will also grow their own seed for noil; year and a largo acreage of sunfloiv-! ers will be planted In 1921 if the crop i jthls year produces the, money needed for the building of silos. Prof. Geo. II. Hniton of the C, V. department of natural resources is' aiming at securing the construction of -'00 silos In the province this year. Fred Thaell's Bargains Sonie of our opposition are hollering that the prices are coming down, but it is not so, and we are not unloading our stock because we are the manufacturers are hollering for money, and must raise ihe money, and that is why we have put on this sale. OTTAWA, June Canarlian exot-uttve lo arl- miniater flying nffajrs In co-operation with the air board, hns been appoint- ed. Mayor C, F. Gray, fit Winnipeg; C. Colcman. vU-c-prcsIdcnt of tho I'acific Hiiilway, and Major] K. P. Fetherslonhaugb, is Hn I charge oT the civil ilnpnrt-' incnt of Manitoba University, arc the Civilian meinbcrA of the committnc. I Capt. J. H. CaUicart and Cnpi. Klniorl Speer, vlcc-prfisldpnl nnd president, specllvcly. of Aero Hub Trith Capl. 1-'. G. fajji, V. JTlOblnson, completf Mio c.irjnilivo Commitler whtalt IUE.H form.-illyl noniinalerl by lifciitonant-frovcnitif. Kir ,lamc-3 AiJmiF, la thf' ;iir Ijoaixl in The committoc will nnrnipf for the attr.ndancp fit (raining flying men unrolled In the new dfan air force, anrl will Tie in com- plete charge of flying in .Mani- toba, acting !n an arlvk.ory to tho. air board iicj-c. Waller a ivell known O.A.C graduate, has ncceptfxt thu of profo.isor of In Hie lerla Agrlculturnl College. I went to one of our banks the other day with a security of and asked for a loan of but was turned down. So I said the Banks. We will raise the money from our stock, and this is what we are going to do. Be wise and load up while the opportunity is knocking at the door. And boys, it is a cinch now as we have got it in sight. Our store has been packed every day with eager buyers, and who are amazed at the extraordinary reductions in Men's Clothing; Shoes and Furnish- ings, and listen! Saturday I want it to be a banner day, and to do so I have shattered prices io a fare- thee-well. Far liclow present day cost, 100 pair in this line. Regular No Luxury lax on This Lol. New arrivals and ihe latest thing in SHOES. Reg- ular Sale.................. OXFORDS. Regular Regular to We .Know Prices Cannot Excelled NO LUXURY TAX ON THESE We have: a very large line of'SILK SHIRTS. Mak- ers W. R. and Tooke, 25 Discount. .....WORK-SHIRTS. Regular from to Assorted colors. to -SUJffltoVEIGHT UNDERWEAR -'COMBiNA- Regular Sale pairs regular to Sale OVERALLS.'Regular SHIRTS. All colors and shades and fancy 7o Off TIES in all latest styles and colors. From to to WOIJK GLOVES. Sale 'SOME 200 SUITS in this'lot, Regular from lo All sizes. Sale SUITS. "Regular from to Sale STRAWS. 200.Straw Hats, all shapes and sizes. Sale have a large range of Panamas and it would pay you'to look them 70 Discount. FELT HATS. Including all shapes and colors, and the best makers. 25% Discount RAINCOATS. .Regular from to Sale to HOSE. Fine Silk Lisle. Regular 85c. Sale 65c HOSE. Regular to Sale price. HEAVY, GREY WOOL SOX. Regular 75c. Sale, 2 pairs SUSPENDERS. Regular from 1.00 to 1.75. Sale We Need the Money 315 Fifth St. S, Lethbridge, Alta ;