Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL TO LOCAL KlWi WBtUTODIZnOTIf THE LETHBRTOGE DAILY HERALD UTB KlWt 1021 ALBKHTA. FIHING COMMEMORA1NOF33W OFMEIHODISMINCIIYOFLE Wesley Anniversary Marked by Splendid Ser- mons hv Rev. Dr. SPECIAL SPEAKER AT WESLEY CHURCH PACTOR OF WESLEY CHURCH the commemoratin tcvontli aiinivwrsitry ol urn ciuuvli mtd tlie thirty-third anniversary of founding of Moth- odism In the city of Lcthbrulge, two fon lions sutured licurtudly into the special services held Sunihi.v morning und evening. G. W. Kerby. It.A., B.U, uf Cui- president of Mount uol- loge. and one of most widely liiiown anil- jrreutely iidmlred CMirin- -tfan 111 Western Cunatla, wits tho BDUL-ial He address- ed both the morning mid evening ser- vice. Rev. L'harlcK K. Cragg, B.H., the pastor, in eh arse of the sprvioes.. and Ernest F. Laytim. nrguniBt and I conducted tho musical program. This was the first public appearance fit1 Dr. Kerby follnwintr ln's op- eration, but his sermons bu-kvd nnth- jng in force and inspiration iii conse- quence. As the veteran jireixrlier arose imd begun to sneak one. felt in the presence of u truly great and good soul, a fearless exponent of the best and finwst ideals at' living, a seasoned nnd profoundly sincere evangelist of the Church of God. His subjects wnrc aptly chosen.