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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, June FAIRMO The Industrial Sub- Prices to Terms, One Quarter Cash F. C LOWES COMPANY 2 lots, block 20 Coutts east Asquith Lindsey KEAL ESTATE 307 CRABB STREET LOANS PHONE 1183 INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FARM LOANS FARM FARM LOANS Modern house, Argyle Ave. CMh; Cottage, Argyle Ave., cash; House, Fisher cash; Balance to suit purchasers. The ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Puone 1045 Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box LOANS .FARM THE LAND PAYS FOB ITSELF We have several large tracts en and also smaller pieces Tor. sale.on our famous easy terms at a price as low or lower than elsewhere. DON'T FOROET THAT A FARM ON OUR TERMS, well located as to market, school, etc., is much cheaper and better than a home- stead. We have a plan that is better'than a straight loan and delay. WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LIST WITH US. FARM SECURITY COMPANY LOOK! If you have any city property that yo.u wish to exchange for farm lands, we have it. If you: have farm lanus you wish to exchange for city property, have it too. GRASSY LAKE LOAN REALTY CO. D. L KiMBALL, Mgr, Suite 115 Sherlock Bid. Phone 417 House, corners on lane, Coutts St., 6 rooms, bath, pantry, and hall .Terms. House, London Road, near Crabb, 8 rooms, bath, furnace; fully rnod- uiiu cc' Lots in SiiuriyaluG, up.' Easy terms. See us about Edson. Best buy known. 160 acres improved, 4 miles.from city. 125.00 per acre. 160 acres improved, near Iron Springs. This is'worth investigat- ing. per acre. Vrooman ft Simons HOTEL Phone 399 V r 320 acres splendid irrigated land for sale cheap. 50 lots in North Ward: each. Easy terms. Two 7 roomed cottages to rent, centrally located. THE BELL CASCADEN LAND Co! ROOM 3 MACDONALD BLOCK. GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALBERTA FOR THE HUPMOBILE. MASONS WENT TO CHURCH Fitting -Sermon Was Preached by Rev. A. J. Prosser Upwards of one hundred members of North Star and .Lethbridge lodges, A. P. A. M., paraded from their hall on Ford St., to Knox church led by Tyler Chapman. The opening services of the occasion ia charge of Rev. Wm. Shearer, who read as the evening's lesson from the 6th Chapter oi Paul's Epistle to the Galatians. Rev. A. J. Prosser, of the First Baptist church ably delivered Christ's message in the sermon, taking as his text Xerse 2, of Galatians VI, "Bear ye one another's burdens and so ful- fill the laws of Christ." said the speaker, "we 'Jo everything with the law of Christ but obey. it. We discuss it, write it, preach about it and enshrine it in our virtues. Painters place it on canvass, sculptors, its words serve as our mottoes. But the one great thing you and I fail to do is to obey Christ's teachings." The speaker then went on io com-! pare'- the observance of Christ's prin- ciples, as carried out to-day, 'with their observance in the time N of Christ, summing up the present con- ceptions of-Him in the words, "Truly this is "the Son of God." The law of Christ is as imperative as tlic law of nature, and will only assume its right relations to men when it is obeyed by them, and its golden rule adopted for their guid- ance. t The great and guiding principle of that law is principle of Brotherhood. Christ wore no frown upon his brow; his heart was-full of love. It is to- day, and He wants us as his broth- ers. We are not to live for self alone! but we must have a heartfelt inter- est in the welfare of others. As in the nations, products must be inter- changed, so in the lives of men, must they 'get together and live for each other, not against one another. Another principle of the law of Christ is that of interdependence. God has diversified his gifts towards men, and has decreed that those pos- sessing them shall use them to his glory. Not all possess the same de- gree of talent, but it is the bounden duty of those possessing them to use them for the common good of men. Further, the law of Christ has for its great aim the unification of the world. why then do nations raise their hostile flags or keep their stand- ing armies in'readiness to strike the deadly-blow The world of to-day is full of chasms and divides that tend to sep- arate men. We have-men of every type in.our present day make-up, rich and poor, strong and weak, educated and uneducated. Our racial; finan- cial, educational and commercial prin eiples are all tending to divide the views and beliefs of men.' Lastly, we have' science, winch throughout ail the ages has been teaching the world the idea of the survival of the fittest, by no means a unifying or pacifying thought to most of us. "Let everything be said the pastor in 'by the in- dwelling law of the brotherhood of man. Let us get hold of the idea Ibat the world in general is but one great brotherhood, and that it is- out duty to practice the foregoing law." "I have said very little this even- ing regarding the benefaction of Mas- onry. I have sounded no trumpet for them. Their deeds stand alone, un- extolled. Many years ago they began, their mission, of fraternal helpfulness and to-day their purpose is stronger than ever. The object of the Society is to make its members good business men, helpful above all, conscientious Christians. I bid you try by word of. mouth and deed to help the whole world bear its many burdens and so fulfill the mission of the brotherhood of Christ among men." LOCAL BUDGET T. W. Quayle, ol Claresholm, while in tiic city, was the guest ot'W. A. Buchanan. Asa Frayne, ol Forest, Oat., a brother Alderman .Frayne, arrived in the city yesterday, and will probably make his home here. Jack Rioux, day clerk at the Leth- bridge Hotel, is away on a trip to Calgary. C. R. Henderson, manager oi the Bow River Collieries Co., was in the city yesterday. H. F. Breckenridgc and Mrs. Breck- enridge, oi Lundbreck, are in Leth- bridge to-day. The Macleod agents for the Leth- bridge Brewing Malting Company, (Messrs. Murison and tire now moving into their new building on Main street, next to the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Rob I, Young, of Winnipeg, Wm., Toole, of the C.P.R. land department Calgary, and Henry S. Jones, of the Dominion Land Office, Calgary, ar- rived in the city Sunday by auto from Carmangay and left again yes-, terdav. AND FIRE INSURANCE LOOK V, a.rocmed cottage, Argyle Ave., Good terms. 5 roomed cottage, Barnes St., ?350 cash, balance per month. 2 5 roomed cottages, Torrance Ave., each. cash, hal. easy. L. S. RIPLEY CO REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOAN BROKERS TEL. 1034 OPEN EVENINGS BLK.I ACRES- IRRIGATED LAND Situated near Coaldale and fenced, at per acre. Why worry about rain? Buy irrigated land. It's going to double in value this year. Buy NOW to insure a profit. Buy this land to insure a crop. s CENTRAL PROPERTY CO. 215 SHERLOCK -BLDG. 'P. 0. DRAWER 3001 HARRY FURNISS STILL ALIVE. Artist Writes to The Times Denying His Alleged SNAP IN IRRIGATED LAND IGO acres of the best irrigated land on the ditch and only 3 frrir" T TUJf t w..-- iituti WIIICU SOKi for an acre just recently. Our price for quick sale, ?SO.OO per acre, on easy terms. Apply F. L WHITNEY COMPANY LEADING REAL ESTATE