Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR HIE LETHBRIDGE DAIL? HERALD, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1920 Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publlihert THE LETHBR1DCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED J23 6th Street South, LcthbMdge W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director _John.Torrance Uuuneis Manager THE TRUE RELIGION Religion i? not a matter whUK'hu its place in the chnrvlics It should find its place in ail ifcn of life hi the ethini it Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Hates: Daily, delivered, per wwk ......5 .15, Bally, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year 6.00 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Wwkly, by mail, per year to li.S. 2 00 IT IS NOW FOR THE PROVINCE TO ACT ID tie matter of cooperation in trying the situation in ivbici) the farmer3 ol the particular area are placed, as a result of tiie soil-drifting caused by the recent windstorms, the band has been stretched out by tbe Federal Government. It remains for tbe Provincial Government to grasp this hand, and fc-r the two authorities to come to agreement as to the steps -to be taken to meet and to prevent a repetition of the unfortunate con- The Minister et the Interior has ex- pressed himself in tlie liousij as being convinced thai if the land in Hie particular area affected linj been under irrigation there could have been no such drifting oi the He lias committed the Government' which he represents to coming to agreement as to the financial arrangements necessary in regard to the disposal of 'the bonds of the Leihbridgc .Northern Irrigation project which covers the wind-blown area. As spokesman of the Government he awaits some pro- posal from the Alberta Government for dealing with the matter. 11 now distinctly rests on the Pro- vincial Government to meet the Fed- eral Government in the matter of the financial assistance it is ready (o give it the formed will come forward with Its proposals. Wiat action the Gor- eminent of Alberta will take in re- gard to Mr. Meighen's offer is of Inti- mate Interest in this part of the Pro vlnce, and will be closely watched for. It cannot be too strongly nor too emphatically urged on the Provincial Government that, in the case of the .offer ot the Federal Government, it is one in. which tbc policy of not lock- ing a horse in the mouth should be followed. It is a time when any technical, objections or. differences, they may that stand In.1 (He way of accepting Federal aid 'Should be thrown aside. In view o'f The precept of Christian 'find its. churches. In the duties and which Christintiity inij'OH'f we are too apt to uoDsider that theAVWlh A Io B. Prices range from to for Ladies' Wear. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J, NELSON GO. SHERLOCK BUILDING The Most Expensive Tiling About a Church most expensive thing about a church from any viewpoint is AN PEnv. The "cost expert" is beginning to-look inla the working of religious organizations. He says that the largest aggregate of capi- tal Invested In any institution in a city is In the1 Church. The plant Is costly; the hours of operation. arc .few. IThe heating, and .lighting, charges are large. To have a minister, in an; expensive church building, preach to half or quirttr the capacity of the house Is bad business, No well-conducted church can afford even on the low plan of business efficiency. Some churches say they "can't afford" to share In'any advertising project. ..Thai. Is like a merchant wfip atford" to attract. buHineis to his store, and ''can't'af- ford" to hire extra clerks to wait on the addi lipnal Merely aa a< matter of business'economy, cliurcti CA.N afford'to spend' money to because' more members .mean more money. 'And the very fact of a congregation's pJCng aggressively after people to Attend bbifcbstiniu-' lates Iho present membership' to tresb Interest and loyalty.: j THE ONE THING The Official Board of a Church Can Least Afford To Do Is To Rest Con- tent With Empty Pewi. I .THE BUSINESS OF THE CHURCH IS TO GET THE PEOPLE.1 IN CASE OF ILLNESS, DEATH OR OTHERTRpUBLEJ ANY MINISTER WILL BE GLAD TO HELP. v' ANGLICAN WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH- v-fjftsT BAPTIST CHURCH Bt. Augujtln'a Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 8th St. S. Telephone 14M Third Sunday after Trinity. Holy Communion, S a.m. Matins and Holy Communion, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Bvensong, 7.30 p.m. Monday: Holy Communion, 10 a.m., In Chapel. Wednesday; Intercessions, 8 p.m., In Church. Thursday: Nativity of St. John the Baptists, anil Holy Communion. HI Chapel. lYiday: 8 p.m. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corntr 4th Ave, and 8lh Street 8. A. H. Der.oon, Minister. Erntst F. Layion, prganlit and Cholfmasler, 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 11 a.m.: Morning Service. 12.15. Big Sisters. 1 2. p.m.: IliK Brothers, i 4 p.m.: Chinese (Jlass. 7.30 o'clock: Kvpning service. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBplDCE Rev. E. J. Hodglnt, B.A.. 1271 Sth Avo. N, Phone U59 Choir Leader, Mrs. F. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. 10 a.m.: Hoys' Dept. nf Ihn Sunday School In Hall. 11 ain.: Mcrnlnj; Sori-lco. 2 o'dnck: lioglnners and Primary de, parlmtnia ot Hie Snni'lay in tbe Hall, 2 o'clock: of the Sunday School in the Church.- 3.15: Adult Denl. of the Knnilay Xchool in the Hall, 7J5: Sonjf Service. l.M: Bvening Service. Farewell Sermons by tic Pastor. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCHC j; Cor. 4th Ave'.'ind jftn Rev. Chas. E, CKolVMajier 11 a.m.: Speola! '.Flower 'Sunday.' Tomorrow Ihe church will lie array- ed In beauty. Canary !blrd6i house plants, and .wild In great bo a a service everybody' A special orchestra in members of "are rcqueslcil to meet' In -'t'fici Sunilay School room at 10.30. boutinel If you can. T.30: Bvenlng Service. Subject: "the Gospel, the Power of God." A reference will bo inane to Farm- ers' Day, and its significance. BETHANY HALL 205 13lh Street North Sunday Meetings Worship and Breaking of Dread. II a.m. Sunday School. 3 p.m. KvnngellsHc Kfrvirc.- 7 p.m Ood's U'dy io Salvnlion Proclafmtd, A Hearty Welcome To All, ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., 6th Street 8, Punrlayj, p.m.: fliblo Study. Sundays. p.m.: IJIble Sludy. p.ni.i Ulhlo StinJy, fnllovwl by frtiti.; prayer and let- tfinonv Dueling, All Wckome. No ColU'.llon, Corner of. 3rd Avenue and 9th Street Rev. F. VV.'Oafoe, MlnUter Mr. B.'Johej, Director of .Choir FOR Evangelical Jlfnlslery, Ilegenerato Religious Liberty, Chflstian Kqnality and Biblical Au- Ihority. Morning o'clock. Sunday School nnd Btblo Class, 12.15 a.m. Service, 7.30 p.m. Prayer Praise Service, Wedncs- day evening, s p.m. SALVATION ARMY ll'ti.m.: Holiness Meeting.' Z p.m.: Sunday School. 3 fj.m.T Praise Meeting. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation McellBf. AiJJ.'Hatdy, and Lt. Brett, officers IB charge. CHRISTIAN CHURCH PF-NTECOSTAL fSSEMBLY Dominion Bfock E. McAllster, Pastor. Sunday Morninr Worship. 11 o'clock. Sunday Btcning Service, 7.30 p.m. Services during (he week, Tuesday and Thursday ovenfngs, at o'clock. Everybody Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Irt Ave. ind Sth St. Our Plea: No Ihe Bible. N'o the ChrlsL No Ihe Divine In In In All Bible School, 10.80. Morning Subject: Christian Hndeaver, 6.1S. I'reachfng 1.M: Subject, Holy Spirit." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Suralsy Kcrvfcc. at llt'a.m. the Universe, Incluuing Man, Evolved by Atomic Sunday school, 12.10 a.m. Testimony Mealing, Wei al-8 p.m. finding Koom opon dally irora 3 o lt.nl.