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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, March .3 Uou can save dollars by buying _ fa ITM my f WILLIAM iUCK Pud is high and getting higher. A "Happy Range saves fuel and every pound of futl money in your fire is absolutely controlled by our special patented valve dampers-not one unit of heat it cooking surfaces receive it all Mort rtatons for superiority of Iht Happy Thought" in supplemented by a vear of :md study at Glasgow and sleep in the midst of such a storm He is a native 01 the province wilh ]lls dlsclples in dj t >i Quebec, having been born in Leeds. I of miudv S _ THE IMPERIAL Write far DcriptW t ti OIL COMPANY, THE Famous thu's if husbands and wives could i take their holidays separately. When! i ravel you are away from people you can Oxford-and afterwards at Harvard jsee things more clearly; you realize j All his ministerial life has thus far j their good poiius, indeed, their spent in Montreal. After grad- character, apart from tne little rubs.uation. he was called to Victoria land strains that must occur n every i Church, where he served as a uay life, l: is possible, even for student, and under his leadership it pie who are devoted to each other, to soon became a self-supporting charge see too much of one another. We are j He resigned to spend a year abroad all human and a need for a change is, and'after ins return he was called to a human need. In a short separa- Taylor Church. Our Montreal cor- ,tion for a holiday .things can be seen! respondent tells of the remarkable m their true perspective." j progress which has been made there As to the prejudice tlr-u the sancti-. under Mr. Reid's ministry of God? Lamp Orvce a Rayo user always one The RAYO LAMP is a high frtde roM at a low There that cnst more but there Is no better lamp it my price. The Burner, the Wick, the all vital thlnits la a lamp; these parta of the RAYO LAMP are perfectly constructed anrf there Is uothinc known In the art 01 thsi could add to yalae of the RAYO as a light-giving device. Suitable for any room in the house. Every dealer everywhere. IJ not at ycmrs, wrire lor dcsciiptlva circular to thi Affent of The Imperial Oil Company, Limited. BULLET ENDS LIFE jOiit to Moose .law and called to see OF JOHN L. as he in the habit of Winnipeg. March L. Jloer- j (icing, when he the startling ner, a railway mail clerk in the gov- i discovery. HP at once called Dr. service, was found dead in! c A. Kucliie. wno-se office is the bis room. 1'OS Farmer block, fortage avenue, la-st night with a bullet hole nitdor his heart, a little to the left side. .A revolver of 32 calibre, which was lying beside him. to in- dicate suicide. The discovery was made by a companion. C. W. Grant, a; 11.40 last night. Mr. Grant, who was also in the mail service, had been Enderton building close by. but on .his arrival the doctor declared that Hornier'had been dead at. 8 Hours. The coroner and the police i we re also notified, and tho former af- making the investigation, ouiered removal of the body to the undertaker's rooms to await fur- ther instructions. Dg riunlfui work on ications of our church, end i. i- ten for other Periodicals as well. Mr No doubt it lingers on to a great Rcid's name was prominentlv in many middle-class circles" tioncd in connection with the Profes- law f70t that of Practical Thcologv in Mon- ,ould be shocked a, a proposal that' treal College, and a strong reprcscn- mwband and wife should take their tation was made bv the graduates in nohdays separately: but the idea_favor Of his appointment But the would never occur to thfem. The! c-all of the West has prevailed Husband might go ..way on 'business! Mr. Reid is not a.stranger to Wes- aml combine that with his holiday; tern work. In the Kootenay Evan- and tbe wife might, perhaps, go Campaign last summer he stay with her mother; but tfte idea: was! one of the strong men, and he ci her .taking u real holiday would cer- snout two months prea- UMnly be a very novel one. ;t-hinK in that connection. West More Freedom Wanted. j is a men's country and Mr. Reid is a 'I should certainly welcome more mrn's man. This is one of the rea- in these family arrange-; sons that make his appointment and continued Mrs. Hughes. ihis Why were the fears of the disciples and unfounded? What reasons are there, for or against, the idea that the ship could not possibly sink with Jesus on board? Did these disciples do well to re- buke Jesus (see Mark for what was one of the greatest blessings of their'lives, and is this a mistake, if not a sin, of frequent occurrence? Is there any reason to 'think that it would have been better if they had not awakened Jesus, and if prayer had never been made? When we pray to God to change an experience or to alt-r circumstances, which He has planned for our help, how would you characterize such ;prayer? By what power wits this great mir- acle performed? COWANS PERFECTION COCOA (MAPLeUAFLAUL) Its richness and exquisite flavor give an added ness to homemade "sweets" and dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S with the Maple Leaf Label. TEE COWAN CO. LUilTCB, TOmONTO. DOING PRODUCES MIS- to pronounce when a man's sins are- KRV, THAT ACTIONS FORM HAB- forgiven? ITS, THAT IN TURN FORfM CHAR-.I Veerses (J, did the cure of AOTER, WHICH PROCURES ETER- this sick man demonstrate that Jesus NAL DESTINY? (This question had power to forgive sins? must be answered In writing toy mem-! In what way are the miracles of bers of the club.) j Jesus a demonstration of the claims Verses to the Jew! of Jesus, and of the truth as taugh't ish law, how were the keepers and'by eaters of swine's flesh regarded? j -Why was Jesus' life from start 'to Why did Jesus permit the devils to I finish filled with miracles and does enter this herd of swine? -JGod mean miracles to continue to Give some example of how God in this age, or does he purpose to carry all ages has used the Devil' to the world now by law? complisii his purposes, and say whyj Verse some of the- he does so? j phenomena of the laws of God, in What was the object of these dev-j matter and mind, and compare them witl> Bible miracles, and say which Is the more wonderful? In an intelligent age and to think- iis in warning to enter these swine? Why that bad men and devils take a delight in causing loss and pain and .that they are really "tormented" ing men. which demonstrates tne'ex- when thoy are restrained from doing Are there any to-day possessed with devils that Jesus cannot cast out? Why or why not? Verses men take 3, action do bad to-day, when their unholy islence, the power, the wisdom and love of God most convincingly, law or miracle? Why? Verse was busy at his post when Jesus called him, can you mention any whom Jesus called to be his apostles, who were idlers, or were not busy mon? Why is it impossible for a lazy man to be a true Christian? j- Did Matthew seek Jeaus flnst, A Paralytic Forgiven and Healed. JV sought Mat- i tnew nrst, and what is the riile as -to the initiative, with most, or all per- business is being overthrown by men March 20, 1910 Matt. Goklen Text: The Son of Man hath power on earth to forgive sins. Matt. Verse what place did Je- sus sail, and where was his destina- tion? sons, who become Christians? Verse 30. In whose house was Je- sus eating with these publicans and (See Mark Luke sinners? When Matthew became Verse now much avail is the a faith of one man in behalf of another? a disciple. Which would be of the greater ben- to mankind, for God to run the nniverse, and the affairs of men, on or by miracles? Verse did Jesus perform this miracle? Verse are the chief char- acteristics of the Devil, as illustrat- ed by these two. who were possessed with devils? Can you give examples cf any to- day possessed winh devils, or which show similar moral characteristics as tile so two? Verse did these devils probably know Jesus? virtue is there in CAN YOU ION BASED i AND. STATING JTO WHETHER EXPRESS AN OPJN- ON EXPERIENCE, THE FACTS, AS ONE '.MAN'S FAITH BE THE MEAsNS OF THE SALVATION OF ANOTHER MAN? IThis question must be answered In writing by members of the he invited Jesus and the apostles and his late business associates, me pub- licans and sinners to a feast, what was probably his motive, and what sugges- tions are there in the incident for us? Verses it be better to- day, and why, if earnest 'Christians sought the company of unconverted people more than they do? man is of more interest to a. .a this is so; Lesson for Sunday, March 27 1910 Verses 3. 4.-Why was it evil .for! Review. the scribes to doubt the authority of! _'. ________' Jesus to forgive sin? j BRITISH CIVIL Why is a man guilty for sincere SERVICE ESTIMATE doubt, when the doubt is the result London, .March 10-The Civil Ser ol a sinful life? Did Jesus alwavs know all the vice Estimates for 1D10-11, .which were given out to-day, with a total men, acceptance of it so estimate of. Jesus' (See las 'and from ncre is no doubt women suffer; The Presbyterian. i If bad men i-nnw li ny from want of change It is! -____________ i f nature JUSt like othcr u ls _---------------------- !oacl to "rorment." how do you ac-! who can readily read men'' THt FIRST LAYMAN TO j for the fact they keep i Verse o.-Which was the more dif TAKE MISSION OFFICE.! the same road? licult to pronounce, the for-nveness AXY VIEW OF THE FUTURE! of the man's sins, or to of -o cjJi.ciiM for the mother to leave the Tho mur. generally '.-haiige in the way of business. Mrs. Despard. president of the men's asked views. at oncer "There is no iioubt it would he an excellent thing for and wives if they could :t shor; rose from husband and untl household cares. "Many working .mothers whom I kvow get a res-t except when Mr. W. C. Senior Will Devote Whole of His Time to the Baptist Organization. the HAT ESCAPE IS THERE his disease? I FROM THE KI-SULT OF THE 5IQR-! Was ic God, or the man Jesus that That can run and dance Hi Of all kinds Display Nest Week at- Bring The Children To See Them they are ill in bed. And not always: Toronto. .Mar. The executive of! :ne Baptist Liyr.ierr-s .Missionary Movement, have appointed an assist- ant ro Dr. W. F. as assist- Held secretary. The appointee is i total. this man his sins, and has j include HAPPINESS.; every other holy man got authority i sions. the the Chancellor's budget provide for the usual consolidated fund charges, the giand aggregate expenditure which the Chancellor will have to meet will brt upwards of or near- ly in excess of last year's The civil service for old estimates age pen- "In some working-class 'Households there is no doubt the wife is expected ro be always at hand, ill or well, 'ready: and. i fancy, in many middle- class households too. On the other hand, of course, there are- many men i who are very good indeed when their j wives are ill. Wonderful Benefit 1 "I am very glad the Bishop of Lon- don lias said what he has. I have a i friend who in her country cottage '.sometimes takns in these working C. Senior, for years a business man of ihis city. The ap- lointmpnt marks a new era in the history of the movement in Canada. .Mr. Senior is the first' layman engaged in active commerce o give up his business and accept an office such as this one. Hitherto, al- rJiough the movement has for its name the executive officers have been clergymen. Tlio work is not now. to Mr. Senior, for the pas: year or more he has -riven a great deal of time and labor Ssiccessors to The White Furniture Co. 324 CRABB STREET-3 DOORS SOUTH OF BANK of MONTREAL .in trips to different parts of the prov- mothers for a rest, and the change in and even as far as Brandon, Man-' "them after a respite from the daily; to address churches round OL work is quite wonderful." world wide movement and its work 1 At the Passmore Edwards Settle-! Fie JR :ilso of the Toronto mont the Warden. -Mr. Gladstone, was Paptist committee. i rr: inclined to think the question of sep-, .Mr. .Senior is a merchant tailor of! arnte holidays for husband and wife: years' sraiKlin? at the come-' depended rather on individual cirrnm-; and streets wh i stances. He was not inclined to been in partnership with his gest :tny sweeping conclusion. ?lu-r. who will continue in the busi-i "But. I have heard the mothers in nes-s-. 1L connection with the Country Holiday; ---------------._______i ;r Fund for children, sometimes say UNIQU l there should be a holiday fund for 1110-; LAST DAY OF SALE To-morrow, Saturday, March 12th REDUCTION 25 per cent, and 30 per cent. 1 o AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING CO. j March A workin.c woman, consulted on the the announcement J p remarked that she had been and Co. will finance an 'important once for a fortnight at ;he sea. .cer of motor cnr componies had the hahy. of course: hnt mySthe news today of the formation of; -i; a rest.. After we'd made our ;a manufacturing companv unique in there w.-sn't really a thing to j the history of the automobile. Jndus-''' and a bit. of cookinc. Hut i'it.rv. To isn't rnsy. Thrt.wo wrre away with -lip yoiingor Holiday Fund then, and J could leave the eldest to m .in age with his father. Now they ait all crowing bin you see. if I wore away, it would mean all of them buy ing t.heir dinner y.way from home, ind that run into monev." boys One hunder of the leading business men of the street are to make auto- mobiles for their own use on embodying the best features of both American nnd foreign cars. Tho com- pany will have a factory at Spring- field. Mass.. the output of which will bought at tho nctin! cost, of man- ufacture by tho stockholders. DIVORCE BILLS REPORTED j The concern his been Incorporate Ottawa, .March Commons under the laws of the state of New Private bills committee today report-1 York with a nominal capital of Sin- Senate divorce bill for the relief ooo.noo. It. is understood that tJie or Clara Louise Holdeen, Toronto: number of automobiles will be limit- Bernard Shea, Toronto, and Archibald ied to 100 cars, the number of I.aurier. Quebec. 'holders. make room for our incoming stock, we are offering- the following lines-- Parlor Suites, Birch, Mahogany finish, with green crushed plush cushions, usual price sell Early English, Royal Mahogany and Golden Oak Tables, Chairs, Settees, Music and Newspaper Stands, Stools In All Styles I GOME AND SEE THEM I V ;