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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, THE LETHURIBGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. MISS MAY KOBEKTS ..Supported by L. Victor Giliard and a strong cast TO-NIGHT THE JUDGE AND THE GIRL" DR. R. P. McKAY GIVEN HIGH POSITION (Continued from Front Page.) was clearly mared out us one of the coming men of the Jewish na- tion when, after his cruel persecu- tion of the Christians in Jerusalem he was selected as tlie most fitting the Church. MinisH-rs of Jesus Christ, do we realize that the world ie to be saved by the of The DRAMA MAX ENGAGED A Side-Splitting Comedy FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THE FALL OF TROY See Oiir Window R. A. Wright FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. OUT. FORMING NEW PART- NERSHIP REMOVING TO NEW STORE. ONLY FIXTURES TO BE REMOVED. THE MUST BE -SOLD HIGHWAYMEN VICTIM WAS ARRESTED Minneapolis, June D. .Bren, cashier- of the University "of Minne- sota, who reported that he had" been robbed by three men of near the campus yesterday, arrested early today, charged' with embezzle- jliierae Paul's Preachin, ment. Usters evangelists, and" if not. why 'not? Probably the most marked char- jacterJstic of Paul was his intense I earnestness. His soul was in his i work. Meti were dying all around him. tiles. He was a man of great natural wen except as seen through the light had the remedy to save them, ability, and although modesty and self 'of the Cross of Calvary. Hc says: "1 .There was no time for idling or trif- depredatlon are striking features of 'am determined to kuovv nothing am- He was Cod's Ambassador. He his character be was evidently a man joiig you'save Jesus Christ, and Him his commission, and- he who would have made his mark no 'crucified." This was Christ's own pimply wore out his lite in bis eager- matter'what line of life he adopted.-teaching. He said: "if I be lifted up to execute it. What a contrast He was clearly marked out as one'l will draw all men unto me." And I'o many in al! the after history of we are not left in any doubt as to what the Saviour meant, for the tells us, "This HP spake sig- what death He .should die." ,aild our earnestness in proclaiming agent, to'go to Damascus to root out (What "'an needs is lite and power, it? J do not ignore the of the the new heresy which was spreading ;and apart from the Cross there is nc Spirit. take it for granted. thcrc. But the Lord had better work jicore life and .power in the example 'der God the success of tiie Church for him to do, and so, after revealing .and moral code of Jesus than there depends largely on its ministers. 1 to him tlje truth he turned him from of Plato 'or Buddha. I know think there seldom was a revival in his errand of blood, and sent him on jthat'the example and moral teaching jthe Church that did not start with the a mission of mercy and love to the Jesus are infinitely jibove that of'minister. If that is the case a children of men. No prophet, no of the earth's philosohhers. bat terrible responsibility rests upon iis. j.'r'encher. no missionary, ever accom- a remarkable fact that wherever; We meet in Presbytery, and Synou such work, or produced such find men reject the atoning death Assembly, and we are so taken and we cannot help feeling iof Christ we find them continually .uu with discussing the schemes and 'that if'every age of the Church had a quoting earth's philosophers and mor- after temporal aftVirs thv.j, we -the whole .world would have aj'ists as if they were of equal value. little time for anything else, so 'been converted to Christ ages ago. You cannot raise a sinking wall with we appoint a committee on evuugel- ;-His devotion, his missionary- zeal and a spirit level, and you cannot raise ism. and then we wonder that, we do 'earnestness, as well as his power as sinking humauitv with a moral code not have another Pentecost. J have ;a preacher, place him in the very 'or even a perfect example. The his- no fault to find with the committee, front rank of the servants of God ;tory man nas clearly demonstrated They do the 'hole teaching of Scripture from be-i unfortunately-i- is not so. There are reproduced in our own day. He was iginning to end regarding mankind, it few among us w-ho can honestly say: a man of one theme, one idea. He that man is a sinn'er. a sinner by x.eal of thine house hath eaten did not believe in sensational preach- nature, and, as a result, a sinner by 'me up." Some may think that I am ing. He did not-believe, in oratori- i practice. According to tiie Script- pessimistic, but I wish I could think 'cnl display. He did 'not' believe injures, all men are sinners. "All have the one theme in the whole of our .-j'liiosophical discussions. Though1-sinned, and come short of the glory of pulpits is Jesus Christ and Him cm- ;his whole life he lived and acted and God: there is none righteous, no not cified. I know with many it is. But 'preached Jesus Christ and Him one.'r Wherever, we look the same read -the advertisements jn the Sat- Ified. Over and over again he icPs 'dread spectre stands up before iiii-day evening papers in many of our jus that this was his missiop. this was .Sin. To whatever patriarch or pro-'towns and cities and you will hear of ihis determination, and we cannot iphet, or apostle we listen, the same .men on every kind of his life and work without real-'doleful cry' comes to us: "Woe is me, .theme, sanitary', hygienic, political or iting- that this was the secret of bis Ifor 1 am undone" is the cry of men and often when the preach- E'lccess. jevery where, and the nearer man gets !er has very imperfect ideas of the sub- Jesus Christ the more jects he nrofesses to deal with. OF CANADA Capital, Rest and Undivided Profits, .Tolal Assets Over Ksv.' Over 200 Branches The rapid growth of the Union Bank of Canada is evidence not only of sound also of exceptional banking facilities. These are at your disposal for collecting or transferring nioney, or for any other phase of legitimate banking- Open an account in our Savings Department. .It's the first step towards financial independence. Main Office cor. Round fiedpath Sts.G, R. TINNING. Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, S REST, Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the most convenient form in which to carry money when travelling. They are negotiable everywhere, self-identifying, and the exact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign countries is printed on the face of every cheque. The cheques are issued in denominations of 510, 320, and and may be obtained on application at the Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entitled "Information of Interest to thosa about to which will be sent free to anyone applying: for it. Lethbridge Branch C L Notirse. For'our instruction and profit, let God and Jesus Christ the more Jects he professes to deal with. MS dwell for a short' time on the ihopeless does his case appear to be-.low down the advertised absurdities Dr. James Douglas, bridge eiigi- neer, New York, has given Jesus'Christ Jesus Christ is certainly the central fgure of all history. Abraham saw :ilis day. The prophets told of 'come.- It is not a perfect moral code -till you reach the region of absolute ior even a perfect example he wants. ;drivel, inaccurate history, crude and :-Like the great apostle he cries out: in digested economics, sensational good that I would do, that I do !serio-comic attacks on sins of people inot, and the evil that I would not, 'far away, while the sins that stare 'that I do. Oh, wretched man that I up from every pew are quietly ignor- o VT, rn School or' J 6 "r0pneL? -mra' Sara, deliver me from the ed, and think that this is done by am- to the Queens L-nuerMtj School oijand smce He appeared on earth the ibody Qf dearhr Where shall a bassadors of Christ, and the very ;vfamns-_____________________________jwhole family, has been Discuss- !remedv ,be found? The remedy is ithought of it is hlimmating. What PURIREO HIS BLOOD Him. VT-he character of Jes-is is .perfectly unique. He was the Jesus, and yet he was -secular LAD HAS 38 FATHERS by Entire Fire Engine Com- pany In St. Louis St. Louis, June Hurley, 13 3Tears old, is the legally adopted son 38 members of a fire engine com- pany in this city, and hereafter he will 'bunk with his new guardians in their quarters, a block from Ms form- domicile. The adoption was performed when the 'boy's mother was haled into court and her children removed from her care -because of neglect. The boy has for some time made himself "useful in running errands for the firemen and won their hearts. When they learned that he was a Dr. Morse's Indian Root HoaJed Mr. Wilson's Soros the sewers of the kidneys and skin dogged np, blood quickly becomes impure and Itruth of revelation: "God so loved the .not enough of this in .the 'world that He.gave His only begotten i prints that come into our homes from jariy other man that .ever appearei-on whpsoever believeth in Him jdav to day? Can we expect thinking earth. Far awav above us the rna.n i f A r i might not perish, but everlasting men to corne to the house of God for Christ Jesus stands out in all his sin- VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBKIDGE less perfection, and yet. as we study iHis character, and as men in all :igi-s shall call His name Jesus, jsiich. stuff as this? Is this the mes- for He shall save His people from jsage heaven has sent to dying men? MODERN. SELECT. EASHIOXABLE. THE FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING IN THE WEST, Elegantly furnished single rooms, with bath, from 510.00 per month and upwards, according to location. Suites of furnished rooms, with parlor, bedroom, bath, accommo- dating .two oersons if required, fro'm per.month and upwards.. Housekeeping suites, completely furnished with every conceivable modern convenience, from S45.00 Der month. information to Mansions Office, "For some time I had been in a low, depressed condition. My appetite left ilife. ine and I soon began to suffer from indi; gestion. Quite a number of sir-all sores and blotches formed all over my skin. I tried medicine for the blood and used many kinds of ointments, but without results. What was wanted was thorough cleansing of the blood, and I Joolced about in vain for some medi- cine that would accomplish this. At last TJr. Morse's Indian Root were brought to ray notice, and they urn the most wonderful medicines I vm known. My blood was puri- It is plainly drawn form ;be The evangelists "write with a trust in His character." They never attempt to color or add to the. simple recital of His life. For irem it is enough to show .Jesus as lie is. The rose of Sharon or the -lily of the needs no painting. Their beau- FREQ W. DOWNER, PRpP. and fragrance speaR for themselves was the perfect man, and a? such, Neither many for When we'come to the Epistles, as Jef- 'lotis case, we at least expect serious- ferson puts it, "v-'e ire never allowed ness and dignity from him. Do we to get out of sight of The cross, It expect less from a physician of souls? 'is the Cross i.haV dominates all." Paul sin and salvation are no theme and Peter and John all hare the same .for trifling. If we realized the awful 'do not expect to see tongues of 1'ira j words thanked the Assembly for the remedy ro the Saviour, responsibility which wests on us as descending from heaven and resting support accorded him during the work Christ, the Propitiation, Christ the At- ambassadors of Christ, we could not on the heads of God's servants, but. !of che year, and then called for the Jesus Christ and Him cru- fail to manifest something of Paul's we do expect to see the thing si oneraeni. fled in very short time, sores healed up, my indigestion vanished. They idways of the juvenile court they called i a place in ray home and are looked upon as the family remedy. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cleanse the system thoroughly. Sold by all dealers at 25c a box. In a body -before the judge, laid their plans before him and agreed to clothe, house and educate him; different from all others. juntral prejudices nor local nient seemed to affect Him. He is as perfect an example for the 20tui cen- ,ury as for the first, for Ottawa us i for Nazareth. In Him the fulfilment V the seemed to be exemplified. ,YO the wicked, godless Corinth what greater contrast could be presented, and yet the apostle wishes to present i is the remedy they all have to '.earnestness. Then- the- felt weak- tied actually' take place, offer. the nomination I Accordins eep our on tlie C his successor. And the remedy meets the ;ness of the pulpit is made up by mus-'Spirit does descend our hearts will j to the expectations of case. There is power in it to save. ;ic, cantatas, solos and violin obligates 'be warmed, our xeal and devotion j the commissioners, Rev. Dr. R. P. mighty to save in the apostol- and other attractions to-entertain the quickened, and the will "be iMackay, of Toronto, the secretary of 'ie times, and it never failed where- ipeople. 'conquered for Jesus Christ. .the Foreign Mission committee of the .ever it wa? tried. Wherever this apos I am convinced that what the j 31 embers of the General Assembly, !Assembly, and one of the best known 'tolfc theme has been preached with ;Church needs most of all today is 'let us seek to realize our responsibil- 'and trusted ministers of. the Church, earnestness, the result has the outpouring of the Spirit of God ity. The world needs Jesus Christ !was nominated for this position, and the same. Human philosophy-upon its ministers and elders. When 'and Him crucified. We are His am- on vote was elected. He was escorted .cannot save men. Biblica! scholar-'the Church prepar-ed, after the As- bassadors. The salvation of men de- Dy tlie mover and seconder to the pul iship cannot save men. But Christ pension of Jesus, to enter upon the pends largely on our faithfulness. God 'pjt and after making fittirrg.acknow- jcrucified is able to unto the of the conversion of the world, .will, hold us responsible. What shall jiedgement of the honor, continued the Jesus is the hght of the worla, >Ien at the power they waited in prayer for the outpour- ouracount.be? r tie true arifl perfect exampie, ana as Election of Moderator n sieh Paul could say -.1 am determined l ,knOW h1l J6SWS ,ChnSL" j was t jiot so a mocel 01 a moral stan i.that the worm nee e e AOII never able to Ine np TO the mor- a l-standards it already possessed. Did the Chinaman ever live up to the Stan- dard of Confucius? Did tbe Indian A Surprise In Store For You Our Phone No. is The International Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor Round Street Try Our Delicious Ice Cream The best in this town. Wholesale Retail. We Also Carry Ail Kinds of Fruit and Candies Phone 1078 Give us a trial, and ifryou like it tell your friends and if you don't like it tell us. dha? Rid the Corinthian ever Hve ;up to the standard of Plato, or the .Roman to that of Ssneca or Epicte- tus? Did the Jew ever live up the 'standard of Moses? They had stan- dards already far beyond them, and these standards had done very, very litvle to elevaic In poetry and art and philosophy w'bat people were more highly favored than the Greeks, and yet Corinth was sink-pf iniquity and its citizens wholly iin- the artistic mor al codes they possessed. You may surround a brute with Grecian aft and Grecian philosophy and Grecian codes 'of morality, but. he is a brute still. Thev cannot .change him. Paul jbusiness of the session. The corn- seen in many ages, ing of the spirit, and then they went; Election of Moderator mittee on. business reported, arrang- jThey ask what is the secret of pow- (forth in the power -and might of God. At the conclusion of the .sermon ths ing for the hours of the various ses- ier in the mighty preachers of all as-.'Do we act thus, or are we settling Rev. Dr. Forrest, by prayer, consti- sions, and nominating a committee'on There is but one answer to it. 'down into sort of respectable profes- tilted the Assembly, and the names bills and overtures, and various cotn- iThere never was a revival in the siotialism. a kind of parade ground of the .commissioners were presented mirtees to examine records. The As- Christian Church of any value but :army, content with making a decent in a printeii list, which was accepted sembly then adjourned to meet on the preaching of Jesus Christ appearance in the statistical returns, ias the roll of the Assembly, subject Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, when a.ncl Him crucified. If we read the ac-.strangers to the zeal and earnestness [to corrections, which may subsequent- the first hour 'will be devoted to "a i count, of the revival on Pentecost this 'and devotion of the great apostle. We Jy be made. Dr. Forrest in a few" special religious service. iwas the theme, and there never was j ia revival of true religion from Pente- 10 the present day that was any Bui someone says, what iis the explanation? What fS your of the Atonement.- at least, ac- cording to the theologians? For me, ithe statement of our Shorter Cate- ;chism is sufficient: "The only Re- ideemcr of God's elect is the Lord Je- isus Christ, who, being the Eternal Son of God became man. and so was and continued to be. God and man in two distinct natures, and one person for ever." 1 think there is no more complete1 stafement of truth in all theological literature than this, am! when we look al one of the next It's easy to grow plants in a home ?-O. Sunshine Air A "Christ, t-he of- ,fice of a priest in His once offering ;knew this full well. He delighted to ;up a sacrifice to satisfy Di- jthink of the perfect, character of Je- :vine justicei ,-econoile us to God. jsus; He could have used the words ;and in makjns continual intercession iOf McLaurin in his magnificent ser- ifor us.. That js enough for .mon: "It is the glory of the world !me_ l mav havg no very definite that He who formed it dwelt on it; of bm for ali pr.acdca] the sea, that, He walked on it: of jpnrposes j j.noxv what light jg and Sjthe elements, that tney nourished ;can use u wjlb profit. iHinr. of the waters, that, they refresh- jjied Him: ol us men. j.hat He lived arid i But nov.- the question arises, how "'vied among us." He could say also j are we to use this truth? Simply by with the great. 18th century preacher: jthe earnest proclaiming of it. We "If; was the "none and glory of us jhear a good deal in our day about ev- men that he assmneei our "-flesh and angelism and evangelistic preaching, blood, and carried it. to the highest and we 'have a class of specialists i heaven? where it shines as the eter-' whose work sterns to be stirring i nal orna.ment and wonder of the crea; IChurch to a more earnest life. What, j t'on of God.'' Paul realized that some ;does it all mean? Are our ministers thing more than examine was neces- j preachers of the Gospel, and is the sary. He felt that even Christ's per- 'Gospel of the power-of God unto sal- i feet example was powerless to jvation? If so, are, not all of our min-' PEOPLE living in homes heated with ordinary furnaces often claim they cannot grow- plants with any degree of success. Tliis is Jue to the fact that or- dinary furnaces are not provided with an Automatic Gas Damper. There is nothing to prevent coal-gas, wh'ich is deadly to plant life, being forced up through the registers. Now, when the gas in the combustion chamber of tbe Sunshine reaches a certain pressure it open the Automatic Gas Damper and passes 'the chimney, consequently there is no chance for it to escape through the registers. Instead, the air that passes through the registers is pure. warm. Sunshine air, buien with the proper degree of moisture from the water-pan. It's the kind of air that makes plants thrive and is good to breath into your own lungs. If you want to guard your home (ancS who against evil- snvlHng. dfartly con! gas ordor our agent to install the Sunshine furnace (guaranteed) in cellar. iSfc 11! 48 LONDON TORONTO CALGARY WINNIPEG HAMILTON MONTREAL V A JCCOUVK tt BT. JOHN, N.B. STAFFORD-AGNEW GO., ;