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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TIIE LETHBRIOGK DAILV HERALD Xetbbribfle Detalb letbbrftge, aiDcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publliheri THK LETHBRIOGE HERALO MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Ith scuth, W. A. Buchinia t and Managing Director i Torrarwe The Worship of Ideals TELEPHONES Office i JiiiliviiUials. in are not slow in appreciating virttu-s in others. It is a of ilie goodness which may truthfully bo said to inherent in the nature of human boinjrs in general that ihey tire not slow in per- cfiymj; llie soodn.es which develojuxl to a irreat extent sjives tonic men aim MDiie women ti predominating regard. There nro whose names I liaic lux-ome household words and whom wo venerate, and ure wont to j regard with great regard ami respect, lint, as 11 writer has weii put il. i are wont to apothwsizc such men anil women, to plate them, figur- i In this attitude of ordinary humanitv inueh thai e.vuniplw should effect J are lost. j hat is possil'te to eertnin human natures >hould lie Io at: huimiii natures if the fact that after all we art' each of us part land parcel 001111...... humanity. Where others have kit we should con- ourselves abls to follow. It ihc' world iM. Tliomp- The Mut7. raining property in West nmwl hy a L- ___ "lllt.ll IJO Whirl v.-iH- with a reverence for Ihc Anglo-Ssson tie binds the Iwo races ami which In this continent Is not divided by any particular physical geographical demarcation, We in Canada can at- lord fp amllo at what the Hearst news- hare Io say, In the spirit of between the great Anglo- stir. can (urn from tliom relief when vra read an plIloTlml uUerancs such a the follow- from the Woll.strest Journal, will laking Iheir savings with them. That llie exchange should encourage an M- change of homes is a filling reason. Central Smuts, in spite of name. is determined llial there should he no smuts on the Union Jack but lhat South Africa, in jnite the Herlzoga, sJiall remain an Inlfcgral part of tho British Umpire. The result ot the South African election h a vindica- tion of Smuts and Iho nolle? ho stands i o, 1nlely- fnr L "il-i mine 3 n etc es 'in.iNCbllv In] ]i f.M for lii" MCTlainn: mi, If. C Is no donbl tho Tlu-hi n. sl'lrc' "IC ]10W company. The toltouomlnc. wi.-rn varied r Ii; sii fn ji'd Thr. lu anil Bellevuo n or Jiiilg" t! agrGf'ment nW" aro at by the company .Mra. Jl. (inshc-ll lm ter's v.ife. Ucsi moskcd mcmlio band, Jinnnie bij- iirun irllst. engagomcnl 01 her daughter Acre-- Halgh MIddleton, of Michel. Alexander Almaiid of the same pincr- Tlio wedding will lake place March n at St. 1'nul'a Knglfso church, 1lis "paciiy la .''ilX'Hliiiirui "r' Ii. A. Howe who has bcf-n fiwimiiii; H v.-fffc, will) Mrs. Tim >.urnliy at Sask.. returned nomc llu.i wcek-entl. A- Comron, late >f Crystal lairy here. pnrcHn.r-rt fruit l'r.....-riy in llritish Columbia iS'ornin; CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN St. Auguttin'f. Church, cor, 8th Ave. and 11th St. Rev. M. Barrow Fifth Sunday in Lent. S o'clock: Holy Communion. 11 o'clock: Matins, followed by Holy Communion. Evensong, 7.XO p.m. Sunday School, p.m. Wednesday Evening, S o'clock: Quiet hour with address. Thursday Morning: Fer.st of tho An- nunciation. Holy Communion, SI. Mary's Church at 10 a.m. Stainer's Crucifixion Mil) he rsndrred by the choir, Thursday of Holy Week. ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHDRIDGE Comer Oth Ave. and 12lh St. C. North Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 517 12th SI, A. North II fi.m.: Matliin. 2.3) p.m.: .Sunday School. 3.30 p.m.: Adult Tiiljlc Class. 7.SO p.m.: Kvensong. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS" Dominion Cth Street S, p.m.: HIMe Study. Sundays. p.m.: niblo Study, VVrdtiovibys, p.m.; Hibln Slinly, MIovM by praise, prayer and tot- tlmuny i.'iiellng. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. find 11th St. S. Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B.D., Pastor Mr. Claude Hughes, L.A.B., Choir Matter 11 a.m. Morning Worship: Topic, "The Fact of Christ." 12.10: liihle School and Dihte Classes, 7.80 p.m.: Evening Service. Subject: "Does Blood TilE IETHBRIDGE AJI Waltorr.r. No Collection. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 13111 Street NorUi Rov. E. J. Hodjins, B.A.. Pastor 1271 5lh N, Phone 165D Choir Leader, Mrs, F. 10 a.m.: Junior ci.tiir praciicc. 10 a.m., Hoys' of the Sunday School in (be iial! 11 a.m.: Moniinj: ijervlcc: Topic. "From Shepherd Lad to Prime Min- ister." (Fourth tn scries.) 2 o'clock. Utjglnn'-'fs nnrt Primary do. p.irtraenls of Itie Sunday Sfhoo! In the Hall. 2 o'clock, Girls' Dcpl. of Iho Sunday Ecliortl In (he Church. 3.15: Adult Uept. of the S. S. in the linn HOIK; Korvlcu 7.JO: Evening Service: The pastor wiil preacii nt both services. W. E. McAlister, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship. 11 o'Mock. At Ihc of !hs i.uonilng service there will lie a discussion on for thn c-omitiR summer's work, nnd bvanKullslic Cftnipalgn. Alt thosi: interested nro urged to lie prfisenl.l oiindny Hrenfiig Kvanscllatic Ser- vice, 7.J5 p.m. Sen-Ices during (he, week, Tuesday and Thursdnj- evenings, S o'clock B.-eryhody is invited. CHRI3TIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Oar. 3rd Ave. and Ctli Ut 5. IMblc Scliool at Jlr. K. Nock Superintcndcrt. The Coiuniunlon fcrvicc al will bn followed .by the rcadlntr of n very liitei'cstifig fiermon by out- of j our ontstnnilhig evnnicllsts. The Is" "Why I Am a Christian Only." There will ho social music at this Cln-Mljian at O.W The IcailL'.-, Mrs. Knauss, is Hpnrlng no pains Io mnko (Ms nn intiCting, Tlie subject to ho conKid- orctl Is "Everyday Courlcsici." Owing tt> tho absents of tho pastor there .will lie no preaching scrvlcf sit KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street I. A. H, Dcnoon, Minister. Erneit F. Layton, Oroanitl and Choirmaster. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and BoginncTi 11 a.m. Morning Service. 12.15. Big Sisters. 2 p.m.: Dig Brotiiers. A p.m.: Chinese Clasc. 7.30 p.m.: Kvcnlng FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9tri Strett Rev. f. w. Dafos, Mlnltter Mr. B. Jones, Director of Choir WHAT WB STAND.FOR: Evangelical Ministry, Regenerate Membership, HclWow Liberty, Chnsilan liibllcal Author- .Morning Worship at II am Humlay Scliool and nibio Class at Bvcnliig Service at 7.30. Subject: "Love- and Obedience." The Ordinance of Baptism will bo adminlstere, at tho evcaing scrvlce. Mr. Dafoo will In the FIKii Avenuo Church north, on "LU ;tl 3 Sub- jcci: Tnc Gates of Pearl" A bright Song Scrylco begins at Hull Block, 7tli Street Sunday Hnrvice n a.m Subject: "Mailer." Sunday School. ]2.iO n rn. Wed. at S p.m. 5 llooni open dally froib. 3 lo SALVATION ARMY Adjutant anil Mrs. Hardy, c.O. service. Saturday Sunday-11 a.m., ;