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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. Juno IS. 1913 THE LKTHimilKJE DAILY II lilt A LI) "But I Asked For "Force" And don't tell me this is just the same." What tf it 5s It isn't the important thing about Force" isn't that it is flaked but that it is flaked wheat. When I eat nothing but cereal for break- fast, that cereal must be wheat." "So bring roe "FORCE" M'.J.'ty The H-0 Company, Hamilton Interesting Ceremony al Which Dr. Gaibraith Ably Handled the Trowel Metbodiit congregation took another step louatds ihe ambitious project lo wei-i a tine new edlticf, (he Cornerstone of the baud- Borne new itructure tobe byjthe congregation bad IJr. Oai'jMlih. with filling ceremony. and nlfibed them aU ue are In a great measure for ivbi laXen from your cilurcb PreEbytc-rlanliiu bea tbe sj'irli of from the Methodists, bad learned le pay tetter attention to the jojiig hud to increase mis- sionary eDtt-rprlte. uf IJeiv c'uurcb. Mr. Boan said no tlei.omloation bet- ter boused, aad referred to his first I but LCan Enjoy to v. lien tte feijt Wesley churcb the best in Southern .Mberta. He rejokcil (bat It. gracious acblcvttiiiein In the neis edl- fico. The Mayor ol Hie the Mat or of Lelh- rfcJie, Mr. W. U. h. Hardle. was Introduced; and delivered a most i TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES night. waj a fairly good attenJaDce, aad the evening belcg one of the pleasauteat of tbe jumtner' made an open-air service a. delight. The retiring pastor. Rev. T. P. Ferry, aod fittingly EO, as under bis ministry the plans for the new churcb nt-re made. The ceremony wag car- ried o-Jt proilded by tbe ritual of tbo ttiurcb. After tht dosologv had been sung. Mr. said: "Dearly are tho v.ord of God although the heaven of heavens cannot conlalu tbe eternal one, much less the walls of temples ii.ftde nlth bands, >et His de- light is ever with the sons of uu-u, and that wherever two or three are gathered together In Ills name, there la HQ iu the midst, of t lie in. In all sges, Ills servants separated cer- ;ain places for HU wore lit jj. Jatob erected itone in Bethel for God's Mosea a tabernacle In j iho desert, and Solomon buttled a for tbe Lord, which He tilled with the fclcry of His presence before all the people. AVe are now assembled to lay ibe cornerstone of a new house o! worship of the God of our fathers, us not doubt thit Ho will favor- ably approve our Godl> purpose, and let us now devoutly unite In singing His praise, and in piarer for His blessing on our undertaking." Hyiun No. in Ibe Methodist Hymnal MBS sun5: Bcboid, the in re foundillon atone "Which God In lays, To build our fceavenlj hopes upon, And His eternal praise. The Invocation pioprlate an l addread. Af- MYSTERIOUS OCCURRENCE IN WHICH RECEIVER OF DEAD- LY PACKAGC WAS KILLED ter a few Inlroductorj remarks, Mr. Hardle "Id: la 1703. at Kpuorth, Lincolnshire, Kngland, aas born a cblld. This child developed into one of tbe greatest en- tities evcrj known !-j ihe reUgtoue a great religious reformer and of a Christian sect. God ID bis wisdom has from time to time raised u p '..rel Eg to j s reform era who have broadened themsches out Into differ- ent ileus, thus relieving stagnation of (bought, which dooms any form of re- llglon (o death. The Ulbte 15 EO wide In Its tear-bingf. that a single mind is little more that) able to grasp a single touch of Its leaching in all it? bear- ngs. As a, result conditions creep In that are not acceptable to eacb and every mind In such a case the- mind has either to becon.e dormant or ffghi battle''of its own, or as the New Testament puts it "work out bis saltation with fear and trembling." reformers tbe masterfulness uitciJ develops slcwly, and Jchn Wesley r.c cxcepMon to ihe rule Before the Wesleyan churcb was on Us feet John Wesley had gone through several changes ot mind. He originally tcoh orders in tbe English Church, and it in all its reg- ulations for two years, and for many years af tens aril in an indeucndeut About this time manv schools of Look for the spear Avoid imitations Made in Canada 7 Scott Street Toronto, Ontario Policemen, postmen and other folk can't smoke on duty. But they can, enjoy this pleasant pastime. It purifies breath, aids digestion, brightens teeth, sharpens appetite. There is no confection that costs so little, that benefits so much, that lasts so long, that's so handy to carry. BUY IT BY THE BOX The Rev T P. Perry then offored j theological thought were flourishing. the Ihtprtulve invocation as pnnW- and with each other, ed iu the ritual and this as followed -Naturally a man nlth the religious by an. anthem by the choir usder tbe direction of Mr. George Mitford. Her. A. C. minister of RL Andrew's Cburch then read a Scrip- i Montreal, Alpfconae BUofleau, of was blown to today on opening x. small pack- et ele bad received through the poit What It contained, who sent it, or what the explanation of the trageiy 1 Is, cannot bo told. The police making laqulrlei, lira. Bllodoau's sister-lu-law, Miai Bilodeau, who waa her when she opened the packet, and who Is now In tha St Vincent da Paul trlth beT face and hacds bidly burn- tbal when her sister-in-law began to open the packet a blue Mume was emitted, and that this was Imme- 1 dlalely followed by x deafening ex- plosion- Mra. fHiodeau was killed on tbe fipot, part at her tody being a.b- IRE Ml .IN A lure from the Old Testament, and HOT. Mr. Peiry a lesson froni the New Testament. Hymn No. 672 followed: O of Hosts, whose glory Jills The'boundB of the eternal Mils, And yet vouchsafes In Christian lands To dwell in temples made with bands. He Likes MethodiiU N Ret. A C. was then introduc- ed, and delivered an address highly -jlflglKltc of MetholrIeld first place to any other Presbyterian, in his admir- ation end regard for All bia life, tu bad Intimate relations with tho church. He bad received his spiritual awakening In lha Metb- odiat through, his mother. When a boy he went to, a XlethodtEt Sunday school, the Methodist tuinls- visited at their home as much as man nlth the mitlrl surh aa John nould be drawn into ihe influence of the conflict. Calvinism, holding for pie-destiuatlou and other views, and Moravlanism, holdiog very liberal accepting almost the unhersai btotherhocd of wan and free-will ag- ency. Mr. John Wee ley accepted tbi.-j latt doctrine for some time with tbe Moravian church regulations, hut wo find he later disassociated himself from the Moravian church. a DTmft. Adv.. C It costs any stays fresh until used. dcr thai they might tbe more read- ry, before calling on Dr. Galbraltb, ex- ily finance the new u'-uldmg. Travel-1 pressed bis appreciation of the cour- liag was not so. fast thrn as now. tcsy eitended by the officials. He Uy leaving on the midniiM train we [had no longer an official relation were able lo reith Calgary at cine (o'clock the next nighi. "To be said, "whose work has had something to do with the laying of foundations, it seems country offers When Wesley had been driven out I man aud. a woman panicular privi- cges atong. the line of foundation lay- MQOE'C Jaw, Sask., June 17. Mre. CaldwolV MM Greenman and Nfr. and Foy arrived from tbe north thli morning in cbarga of ronatablos of the K. W. M. P. They stopped off heie and be lakon to Itegina H opening. H .With them Pat. Kelly, central In the tragedy on the Orcenrnan'farm, near Eyebrow, a child wafl placed in a barn on March 25th, :to freeze to'death lo hide the disgrace of an illeglllmate birth. They Mil be tried al the Supremo court tjere at the altllng. :he Presbyterian. When college bis Intimate chums were Metho- 3, and at one lime he- thought of offering as a Methodist missionary In Japan. Duriiii his ministry he bad found many of his best friends am ong the MethoiJisl people. When be went to Toronto to attend IQ great Presbyterian congress he .as delighted to be billeted with Oilr. J. W. Flnvelle, a leading Methodist. tbe impressions of the great congress vronld follow' him thiough his life, he would also always look back aa a particularly bright spot his visit to tnat thorough ChrtstUn home. Continuing Mr. Bryan said Presby- terians owned a great deal for the best they have fo the Methodist church. They lead In ma'ny reapecln, and his church was made to sweat and pant to keep in sight "We said-Mr. Bryan, the name of amattrtss "mada In tie for pcopl; who want the It'ti a "buili-up" merely "stuffed." It's made from ibe finest quality, cleanctt and molt Banilary carded eotlon, woven into betulllul downy layers by special automatic machinery. Tbe houawilfi- who value of sound, icsi a'l nigJit, will do .veil to choose a Stumco1-King matitcaa. Wh-n she has dons sht tan do tie- more to ineure heaUhful for her household. ur not etll Stctmco Limited SatVatoan, Sajlc. of the Englieb Church because of his adiarced views on individual and practical religion, and after disagree- ing with, the Moravian cburcb gov- ernment, be began to build up a em of cbuiclt government which has >een per fee led Into thai "which you iiave In Canada today. His Idea be- ing that the Inter-relatlonsblp belwuep member, Uy-preachCTs and ordained ministers should be so clofe that Indi- vidual religion and practice would never be lest sight of. _On this stands today, the great fabricatioa kcoisn BE the- Wesleyan .Atethodist church, or, In tbe wider the Methodist cburcb. This fabrication la undoubtedly one of the greatest ot Protestant religious factors ai wort today [or upliftini mankind. It U one of the greatest moral iadiiences for good the world has known. Its vltafs consist of tbe principles II teaches, and Its strong sinewy body IB made up of tbe ucble men and true women who compose officers, and Its rank and file. Such men and women as are bred In Ibe bonds of Methodism cannot be daunt ed or stand slill, they he ever orging ahead to tbe mark of the high ailing In Chriit Jesua. Tho progress this church has s only the sign of Us completion when it shall stand as the House o and a monument (o the strong virile good men nnd Methodists in Ikis day and generation li -.ethbridge. H shall mark for year, o come the spirit of religious pro in our city. Its doors shall r open to tbe rich and poor alike extolling to all who enter out gates that here you may entftr and worship 3od In fervor of spirit and in the of all mankind. In the days of the neaV future the organ of this church and tlje of its peopla shall be sending forth Those strains that once did sweot In Zlon glide" in undertones sublime. In cadence loi' and sweet, orMii loag swelling strain of Psalms, proclaiming the MaJeBty.oI God. A Pioneer Member A. Hamilton, supetintendeht ot educition for the city, Mho was in- troduced by the chairman as j the treasurer of the church, said thai ha hart not lUnighl ot speaking in Upt capacity, and did not compeUnt to make one of those lightning chin- ges. He had been a member of Icy church for fourteen years, at'that lime met in a small ing on the site o( Iht presenl lltrc Pour alter that it decidrH to h'uild n new church. At thai timf I.elhbrMgc Methodist church was part of the Calpary disj !iicl and It was necessary to yfnti a representative In to obtaiij permission to remain a mission in or- with the church or conference, but the new minister was not here, and it was for the of the conference, Rev. T. Powell, of Ed- monton, to con-.e on such short no- tice. Therefore, for v.hat he had been he was honored with tho privilege of presiding at this gathering. He had oflen wished he could preach Just one ite. These piivjlegca bring with j sermon In the new churcb, but he hem was not expressing regret. He hoped vhlch we catnot escape. We must Hfie church would be biougbt to a E'JC- to the are cesBful completion and be a aying in our national lite, our of doing God's work in Go'J's .PEE, educational ar.d social life. He expressed deepest appre- ouRdation iiork must be followed Of [he kindiv sentiment ex- or the effort put forth will be pressed by Rev. Mr. Bryan and Major ng; in avenue c-I ost. We must rear up the walls up- this foundation ar.d we musi not Hardte, and dwelt on the nature of the message which he had conglantly em- stop when the ualls are built, phasfied In the past two years, aud must attend to the up-keep, wo must UWcll he bellered to be the true mes sec that the whole work is complete. age_ ln concluding, Mr. Perry made II it is God's house, we are ].ere to reference to the financial occupy till Heconrf. Let us feel the burden asaumed ,n building the msplratlOD ol our tlp.e and (ve cburcl] and hopcj' rtat (he ljnnlen do our best and give ol our substanct couM fae born much w as the 1-ord has prospeicd us, and ol Mr. Perry Speaks- MT. George Mtiford rendered a solo moat Impressively, and Rev. Mr. Per Prcsenle the ilr. Perry concluded b> calling or Dr. J. H. Rhers, recording steward o the churcb, In a few happy sent er.ces presented Dr. Gaibraith with a slher trowel "with which lo lay.the cornerstone. Galbralth thankci the congregation for tho honor con It had been paid that lie wp. the oldest resident member of Hi church, hut he saw three before him j who been members of the churcfi he joined ft In 1SOO. Thev were Mr. Samuel Jones (now of Weslnilu- church) and Mr. and Mrs." John Craij. Dr. Galbratth then enumerated the contents of the tin box deposited in the cavity In the Etoae, which Includ- ed a Bible, copy of the dfsciplfne, !hc Christian Guardian, Her- ald. Ijclhbridge News, copy of the cal- endar ot Knox and churches, photo of the old church, photo ot the pastor, copy of the cuirent coins, in- cluding the latest one cent piece. Tbe big slono was then placed lu position by the stone masons, and Dr. Gaibraith tapping it wild Ihc trowel ?aid: "In the name of the Father and'of the Son and cf the Holy Ghost, f lay this .cornerstone for the foundation of a ho'jse to be builded and consecrat- ed to the service of Almighty God. ac- cording to the order and usages of (he Methodist Cburch. Atnen." MOUNTED POLICE HAVE'SENSATION 1 lieglna, June Georgp, who with John Goldspink arrested last wccfc on the charge of murdering George a liveryman, at Govan, flask will tomcrrow receive a pre- liminary hearing at that tonn. It is fiat the -Mounted Police In- tend to furnish a sensation as they allege that White murdered, in bis house nnd afterwards carried across one of the main streets and through A lane and laid In (ho stable where he was found. MRS. ARTHUR C. RICE AND BAB 15 Wife of the British Ambassador, .to Washington, and their youngtit child. Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER 'In every instance -where you use Blue Ribbon goods you save money. They go further and to cost less than tiny other. Order a can of Blue Klbbon CoJTeo and -Baking Pcnvder when next !n yojr gro- cers. Tho result 'a suro to please. Sold, wllb a money hack guaranteo, ;