Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LBTKBR1DOE SATUIUUY. MAUCH 19, ttKil THE LCTHBRIDQE HIRAL.O PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED I IM Mh Street Uetharldjn PrepHetori and Putmvnert W. HUrll.YNAN i Pr.jMcnl rind ll.iii.-ir.ini; Kirn-tor JOIl.V -iVKKANCK lousiness Mfmber Audit Bureau Circulation SufaaTiitfan Kates: wet.K..........> by mail, pf t THIffp by mjtlJ f'-r months........ 4- l-r null, nnofittii........... VMkljr! W to U.S... 'J. THE BETTER SELF In the true conception that there is the divine in i human in what we are pleased to call the human being, the "Better Self" is no empty phrase. Just as there is what we call "conscience" within each one of us, so in follow- ing the dictates of conscience we proclaim that attribute of "'Better Self" which it is idle to deny is present with every individual. It is the exposition of and living up to Hie dictates of the Better Self that exalte the individual. It is the cnlti- ration of the Better Self that raises man and woman and brings them nearer to the conception of the perfect as de- j noted by Him who was the Perfect J'an. "There arc those whose Better Self lies slain by their own hand and troubles them no more." Southern _ Vro'ni r'ronl _ Link Up Projects Mr. Kundal's plan if to link up thr promised projects Into :i liiriro central district with Imlivliltiul projects rutainlus their and houndar and be calltii! perhaps extension districts. for Instance, Iho Tabor tbo fmuliuru extension, tho Dayton oitouslou. etc. These ex tensions would form th lurgo central dlsltlct. BOOM TACTICS MUST BE AVOIDED. As nvas the j made by tin? A1 >erta of; me.nt which carries its own warning. Noble deeds, philan- a juii guarantee of bonds or iiia thi'opic action, upright conduct, the charity to one another, and all that go to sum up virtues have their origin in the Better Self. The reverse becomes evident in the suppres- sion of the Better Self, and as this is slowly killed the indi- vidual becomes hardened and callous, and we see human nature in its worst form. Recognizing the Better Self kills sham and hypocrisy. It brings the inward shame to actions which.are base in Lethbridge Northern and other irrita- tion districts in Alberts. IMS created tiie greatest enthusiasm here in :b? centre of Iho great district which will most directly benefit from tiie mn-el- iipment of irrigation to fullest ex- tent. With Mie of the Leth- bridgp irrieatioa project of the C. p. !H. ys idcnce uu wbicli to base an ulimioa, there is every reason forVne1' that u much r.'or'1 ii tilaL an ;in ca'i of blood f.-jvin-s t.iii tiie i nf kindly spirit, ma ios (if lU'lmtc- uinlc sharply disagree-i j ins in M policies those eminent de- j ba.l-rs have rendered a to fiiuntrymnn and blood brothers I in a lioublcsoilC St. Presbyterian Church, COALHURST G. S. Hamilton. Lindsay. Sunday a.m. Evening p.m. Sub- McCilllout'h. livers-body cordially Invited. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Sunday Meetings in meeting. 2 People's company class. 3 meeting. Corner e-f 3rd Avenue and for Souls. Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister j Week Night p.m. Monday night--Y. IJ. workers in charge. Tuesday practice. Wednesday meeting. FIRST 9APTI8T CHURCH Mr. B. Jono. Director of Chcir WHAT WB STAND FOK Rev, T. 0. Jones, Pastor K7t 6th Ave. N. Phone f659 Erika Oland-r Choir Leader, Mrs. F. Jackson Evangelical Ministry. Regenerate Membership, Religio-us Liberty. Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Morning Worship jit 11 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 12.15. Sunday School In the 5th Ave. N. Church at 3 p.m. KvoninR Service at 7.30. A cordial welcome to all. Rev. Dafoe has returned to city and will take both services Sunday. Thursday Salvation meat- injr. Hand In attendance. Friday cadet class. Saturday meeting. Adjutant Hardy and Lieut. Varlett. commanding oflicers. i 10 of the I School in the Hall. [11 a.m.: Morning Service. I 2 and Primary CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street partments of the -Sunday School iu i Sunday Service at 11 a.m. the Hall. I 2 Dept. of the Sunday i Sunday Sciool, 13.ID a.m. School in the Church. Testimony Meeting, Wed. at 8 n.ra. People's Bible Class iu I Reading Room, Hull "Block, open ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS 418 6th St. South. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study.' Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. Wodnewluys, p.m.: Pible Study, followed by praise, prayer and tes- timony raieting. Ai! Welcome. No Collection. I All publications ot Society may (now be obtained locally, including T "Finished Mystery." COALHURST PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sni-vii'es held in tlie old Bap- list. Church, opposite St. Mat- thnv's Chmvli. 1! Service. Huinlay, '2 p. S( hool. Siindiiv. ic. Hen-ire. MootlnK. A bcurty ivelcome extended to ill. the Hull. 7.3ii: Evening Service. The Ilov. Thomas Powell, supt. of missions for Southern Alberta, will prf.i: !i both i-.ervifcs. to Thursday--EvariKolistic will be conducted by the Rev. (i. ''less, of Carmunsay, and the pa.-'tur. K.ri.lay "Crucifix- ion" will be rendered by the choir. Silver collection. daily from 3 to 5 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12tli St. and 7th Ave. George W. Res. 1016 2nd Ave. S. Phono 1-193 Meeting Sunday nioni- LETHBRIDQE PENTECO.STAL ASSEMBLY 51S 7th Street South John McAlister BETHANY HALL 205 13th Street North Sunday Meetings Worship ami Urcaklug of Bread, U a.m. Sunday School. 3 p.m. Service. Evangelist (t, Clifton will preach tha tfMtfei for to- I'rkatiuiod inn at 9.110. School .Sunday morning at lO.MH. Mooting Sunday after- noon at li.00. I. A. Mooting at Relief Society TupsdaA' afternoon at 2.30. Primary Association Saturday af- ternoon at 3.00. Teacher Training Cl.isc Thursday at 7.3U. Sunday, 11 Service. Sunday, School. Sunday, 7.30 Ser- vice. Tuesday. S service. Wednesday. S Study Friday, R Sorvic" Saturday. S S'-r- vice. i ff tj> NOTICE Church nulircR should ho liamlod in I IIP, ovoning beforo day of publication to insure insertion, 'I'