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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN aliar at the first invitation to salvation. Sho was afflicted with rheu- nVatisui. almost helpless (or the last two. Amidst the turmoil and confusion created by tho many who were jolng about demonstrating their new' found liberty 1n Christ since taiUi, she was left'jinob- {served unflil near the end of the ser- JYlcv at which ttas.alj at ouce. she i aijtiVaers hia nfghl, sat Bo'd'.wita K hap- py cotintenjipce participated in She singing. Hef beautiful face jbcmeiwitl.'if when the cgiled'upon her to live her (Contributed.) Aimee (Sample Baae ta mow In Amtrka i the lipe of arid foreign laedc, IMTW with her mother Sunday Bight for Alton, 111., alter preaching her hwt The- Cruclfirion." in bridge.- leaves the city In a state Usaa shs found it. WnlUyconsIderod the greatest goHst In America, cpeattng to more people' annually than any evangelist taow living, yet because of her radical Gospel she was at tlrsi greeted very coldly In Lethbridge, The humble Pen- tecostal mission "which. nieeLs i Dominion Slock undertook; the i. _ tie task! of'entertaining her while In greatly limited In 'this world's goods! those who had been wafclilng'ih" propaganda 'say that this little band, has done j. days 'o ringing'applause of InB'1-la'rge crowd she -.'demonstrated how that while previously she was un- able to comB her owa hair could now swine her arms about gleefully like a little girl. Tho chauffeur him celt was with the marked changa .when suddenly she appeared without, any longer His assistance t" cllnibing back iuto the car. Another lady arose to her feot and gaTO the following testimony: "Two doctors said they could do nothing for ino. One night I had-an attack and in answer to my own prayer God healed me. My son had Inflammatory rheuma tlsm'and his. limbs _were swollen. This was while we life! In Maudlovr, Mon- tana. Thrcq. years'ago we camo :'to' iblo cancer two months ago was given up by the doctors. She was ompelled to take morphine continual- y in order to sustai nllfe, but Cod has now healed for. which we are thankful." The mother then arose and vindicated the remarks of diiighl- carss of testimonies sinUlar to the are going torUU from time to Liae. It would take- hoars to relate them all. Today Mrs. JlcPhersoa accompanied by Dr. Loverlng is -visiting some very difficult cases. The renowned revivaWst will appear only in two more services. Her sub- ject tomorrow afternoon, at 2.30. will be "The IJrtdo in Her VeU of and Shadows." Tomorrow nlgnt, at 7.30, "The Cruclfliion." Tha largest audiences erer assembled in this city are anticipated., Lethbridge and Dr. said he coultl haVoi.'bepn any- a'HroprehenYive record Is V tha the shining fates declared Cod had I done wonders. for. them, through, tha prayer of'faith. One of .the latest and most console ubus cases to-tho-writer is that of Jllss B.-Davidson, who lives on Third avenue south, Sho entered, tfoe 'rink yesterdays sick body and in soul. She-was assisted .by a chauffeut and a ladyi She came forward to lie do nothing for him. He had to La fed moat of the time ta he could not raise tiis arms. This spring we had- Dr. again and he- told us 'we had better take-him to Dr. but he couldn't do much. I sent K letter to Mrs. Mc- Pherson asking her to pray for Ulm. When Mrs. 1McPherson came to the city I told Doctor thai I was gc- Ing to lake him to the meetings, and he said thai. tUU trouble was so deep that. ho didn't think it would avail anything. However, t camo to ihe meetings to have him prayed for. TVe came on Wednesday but the crowd so great that we couldn't get to Ulc front. .We came back again today thank God, my boy-is now healed.' 'Another arose and spoke as follows: "I praise God that my mother was healed last Wednesday. Sha had a t-ONDON, June Assoclited Btckett, champion heavyweight of England and Tommy Burns, ex-champion of. the world, have signed articles for a Jfrround contest at the Al- bert Hall on July 16. put In two weeks. at Hampstead Heath and will then go to Bournemouth for a MEASURES AQA1NST IRISH TERRORISTS EFFECTIVE LONDON, June cab- inet discussed the Irish question yesterday and received from Sir Hamar Greenwood, chief secretary for Ireland. According to.the Dally Mail, tho chief secre- tary advised the cabinet that measures taken are prvlng suc- cessful ant! said he hoped shortly to arrest some of the principal terrorist leaders in Ireland. Senators View Great C.P.R. Works f Son. an'inte'rMtlns party Ip the OFA Angus Shop's itlMontwtl re- Pwfy'wrre' Hoo. Gii- yijlnler of Labor; HdO. Hewitt BMlii. of is Its' y, Prood. KIMB: Taatf to raiibar apeBUnt tin Seeatora with tbe 1 tn'ix PrwrfcM wew.ibiat offiotala af ifeaw evatOcf ottc tm only ot u> Coadiu fakutrW and Scnton evrwnd their toniihaKol tts Oft of UK ud' Uetr effieiat msmlMlin all ttit CBT solic'ercry opportcatty 1 trial 1'lfcV TUo party ttULi works.closed lor nooa.aaa 9 siibt to. tlvl '5 out 01 the work.. ___-. of of Una eslerpriae can be- grasped train tbo furnlsbed. Tho of tbe woita is acres, and number, of with an pay-roll of shops Annas .ijy.orlw are tho largest In Nerth'Aine'rica, in 'fact, In'the. world, IVonderfal ABMSOC v. the Anena Shopa. tefte' front, bnt otnen who bad not .worked tar tke corapaay before, toe policy of tie Qldeos Mhite- ter at ire: deeply interestid. Re nM at the "It I been nere and the le I an glad I X had no appre- datkm of izaaMnsHr 'of eo- tnfirkw. Wbat mott me pirn. I never sanr sit Idle I ewb wae tfifr? a Mr I UM .tke COID- alao itinluiiaimt and said: Bo Raitwvy to a prefer- ence Jo the retiirned aohttv, "At tire coaaMacemcDt at tfce wer of stops were glren up to msidsg anransMon and were 'tfce Krat'to brass flboHcaoeg'for of woniefi eraplored tor Ua work, twt ft pos- bJa to of etahwbera txxasfer to repair work was ma'itt M quickly an arreara.or work had to be orirUiera. "The whote tone of shape ww that the work was carrM on.tnepott a good and txtwwn the men anil liist la The tka crat Cana- rzfiway nmj rest antrat that their mmey is ia safi naode and that if the prcMBt reaaomble retem upoa tiieir IwreBlxaeQt is taa4n- lalMd ia ,iie ftita-e it will not be. through any ritalt'' of Ute canaot, perfect machinery, fail to rictun wife lira elcmcat and in that wltat my, admfrattoc waa epieodid vplrit :of loyalty sfeOTrm all' etficiala cra4a towards woold f o way betore more actln nd from the outset, I felt better, aad fUi ha ctmpiekly xae of all my misery and suffering. My wu only 143 pounds and it is 163 pouixis. I of pout aod headaches and the terrible Constipation me from misery is the splendid froit 'Fruit-i-UTes'.'.' fhi Working Maiy Stofci and Nozzles CpirtC. early 'and, secuve gocxl values. At all or seat postpaid by Limited OtUwa, Out Refrigeraors ahd F. A. ROGERS 546 13th St. North Phone ,1155 Blue Car Stops at the Door Mrs, Laroe likes It 4 Mrs.' thought it impossible to do certain things without freea cream. Someone told her to; takq Pacific Milk as it comej from the tin a.nd, use like Fresh Cream. Mrs. Larue says that now she really likes it better than cream 'for cooking. FACTORY AT LARDNER, B. WHITE STAR POLES LOSING GROUND LONDON, June Pollen north and south of Kiev, on the welt bank of the Dnieper, are being'drlvehi in by the Bolchevlki who are cutting the Polish railway communications with the city, ac- cording to a Friday's official statement from Moscow. Upland Coffe mounted pfancasiottt, u ridi tm tfxiM waa !a- recoilectkm of tie trip, Hie in IraaepcrrtxUon crests of Canada, hot la Ms party are-oodar WiatWi grriag them Saaim TorrUC, "I Owocfet I bad oeptfon of O.P.R-. atflctemj tad _ no cot tnfenrtaad it nttl MM itm baprtand at waa of tho t One neror saw a body ci Jobn wan He VM imwii Ingres- ed with the Gainst "I how ie C. P. hi a tucc'ees, ii M on tie systeta." Mr. WV F. Wantlyn, MfrwmBfij President Bsatty, met party worts and 00 tbtlr return to ths Windsor Street Station Mr. Grant conveyed to tho party the ap- preciation of the casytst. for tMti visit. BEANS WITH OLD-WME GOODNESS They're simple- old fashion- ed baked as our nothers grandmothers, cooked them for us. A little calsup is added be- cause wo rcmemher that as youngstere, wn always want- crt mother to put a bottle of her tomaXo sauce on the table tho day we had baked beans. TRY ONE CAN OF QUAKER BRAND Ip Business in PUT UP BY Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. Htad Office, Vancouver, B. C. THIS BUSINESS SHOWS A LIST Of THE MEN NOW EStABLISHED IN BUSINESS INTHEGITY J. N. ANDERSON Plasterer AH Kinds of Cement Workt EsHmates Furnished Free. 826 SEVENTH 8T. 8., W. PERKINS WITH MUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REF-AIRS 401 Fifth Street 693 T. ROTHWELL ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN TO F, MILES) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 611 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES Mtia Si. CUNARD flrichor Donaldsbn NEW YORK4-QUEENSTOWN AND .'LIVERPOOL nia. ..June26 K.A. Vic. 17 aronla ..JalfH K.A, Vic. .Aug. H NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON mperator June 17 Mauritania July mijerator July 15 Aijultania July 31 auretania Aug.- 6 Imperator Aug. IV EW CHEU- BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON oyal George................ Jane 25 N EW Y 0 R LASGOW via MovlHt Columbia July 3 Columbia ..July31 'olumula .Aug.28 Columbia .Sept.25 NEW GREECE 'aTinonia. ID Cassandra July 3 Salurnia ..July37 Aug. Y Kalurnia 21 alencia .....................July -1 For full information ftpply to any H. or 3. S. Agents, or Company's office SCOTT BLOCK, 270. Main St., Winnipeg. C P Vxcil Sailings TO, LIVERPOOL July 3 Mlnnedosa Julys Victorian July 10 Metagama July 14 Empress of Trance July 17 Corslcan July 24 Mcllta July 28 ..Prince Fred. William Aug. 4 Victorian Mlnnodosa Aug.. 11 Empress of France Aug, 14 Motacanja Aug. 2i Aug, 23 Prince Fred, Wrti. Aug. 28 Meilta Sept. 1 Victorian Sept. 8 Empress of France Sept 11 Mfnnedosa Sdpt. 15 ....Empress of Britain TO GLASGOW July 7 Pretorian 31 Sicilian Aug, 11 Pretorian Sept. 8 Sicilian IS Pretorian (Pasaport appIlcMte.t tupptied.) Coll or write for fall C. I'. K, Ticket Office. JA3. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent PHONE 512 Tickets Is-iifil on nil olhtr lanllc lines. ;