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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAV 2, TOMORROW IS "GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY" If no one went to church there would be no church, and H Do you care to think what Lethbridge wouldj1 belike under such circumstances? Can you imagine the people who would Jive here il the Church element were liiit Lethbridge's population? Would be associated with a community Irom which tlu's element had been entirely removed? H We don't believe you would. Awl, tlien. donTyon owe it to yourself, that being the case, to help with your presence ill the Church movement? fl Why 4s it you stay away? Is it because you 'arc one of those who, being choked hj the caies and riches ot life, aie simply permitting other interests to crowd religion out of your lite? fl You can't run those chances for yourself; nor Is it fair to society, whose only stable basis for the development of mor- ality rests upon truth attcsted-to by all uuthoii- ties. fi Is it because you are a member of the wage-earning classes and feel that the Church has no place for you in her midst? H Don't think it for a The only Church today thai deserves to bear the name of the "Carpenter of Galilee" yearns for you to join her in His public worship, and seeks your fellowship along with other believers. H You may get along without many things, but you cannot live without the satisfaction of those soul-demands which are the marks of the divine in the human. fl Let your questing better self lead you to Church tomoi- ro-vv. Everybody go to Tomorrow This advertisement is authorized and paid for by a group of laymen who have the best the city at heart, and is the pledge of the united churches of Lethbfidge to serve the people. and intoning with Ms shut, and CHURCH CERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST-- CHURCfl OF CHRIST. fitect Ser- vice at-: eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimou) meeting, S.Gfl p.m The reading room is open to every- one every, day from three to five p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to at- ROMAN CATHOLIC PATRICK'S 'A. H. Rosenthal. pastor: Rev. P. Mini- uegen, assistant Children s Mass 9 a m High "Mass, II a m SundaV school 3 pm. Evening semce 730 p in. Sermon at each service SALVATION ARMV are held at thi Citadel, AILING WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE of her Dis- tressing Symptoms During Change of Life and How She Found Relief. 'BelhSYille, Nova Scotia, years ago I was .suffering badly with what the doctors jj called Change ol J Life. I was so bad that I had .to stay in bed. Some friends I E. Pinkhsm's Vege- table Compound and it helped me from the it ohiy medicine I took that did help me and I recommend it don't know how thankful and grateful I wn. I give you permission to publish what your good medicine has iiofleforme SIMON DOUCETTE, Belleville, Yarm'o'nth Co., Nova Scotia, Canada. Such warning symptoms 42 sense of aches.areadof impending evil, timidity, sounds is the palpitation of tha heart, sparks before ejes, irregu- lariues, constipation, variable appetite, WeakncM and jnquirtade, and dizziness, an pjwapUy heeded by intelligent wo- men who an approaching the period in hf. wWn woman's great change may Plfta street, 'as follows-' Sundav, 11 ____HoliiEss meeting: 3 p.m., meeting, and 7.20, Salvation meeting Week'nights: p.m., public meeting, led.hy sisters; Wednesday. S p.m., 'Soldiers' meeting; Thirrsday, 8 Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, S p.m., free and easy meeting. CHRISTAOei-PHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meeting Room, 230 Thirteenth St., K., (be- tween--2nd-and 3rd Bible class Wednesday S p.m. Sunday ser- vices. .Breaking ol Bread, 4 p.m. Ev- ening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture will be delivered by Mr. Sidney T. Batsford: "-Ths seci everywhere spok- 'en against, the true character and faith of the people known as Christ- adelphians." All seats free. Ko col- lection LATTER DAT SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY O. E. Hull. St. S.. nttir Y, M. C. A. 10.10 a-m. Oflicers and teachers meet ing, 10.30 a.m., Sunday school, 2 p.m meeting. Victors always welcome. Bishop B. S. Young, 1211 Std ave, S. 'Phone 685. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hail, 41S Thirteenth street. North assemble on the'Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, 7.16 p.m. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW'S eenth street North: Rav. A. C. Bryan minister. Services 11 a. m. and 7.30. orning subject, the Gleam." Bvenins, "Heiigion, Four- square." Special music at both ser- vices. Sunday school at 2 p.m. and pirn. KMOX to Church worship at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The Minister, Rev. A. G-. Cameron will preach both morning -and evening. Morning sub- ject, God of-Our ening, "The 'Light of the World." Boys' department" of the Sunday school at 2 B-m. All other depart' inents and the. Minister's Bible .class at 3 p.m. Music for the day: Morn- ing antbenV "Prepare -Ye the Way.of the Lord-" "My FauS Looks Up to Thee" Mrs. Layton and Miss Simm. Evening an- them, "O, Bountiful Jesu" (Stainerl; contralto solo, God Have Mercy" Miss Simm. A very cor- dial invitation is extended to all who are not in regular attendance at oth- er churches to worship in Knox. BAPTIST j FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner I of Third avenue and Ninth, Rev. Ross, ;iastor. Services 11 3. in. and 7.30 p.m. '.'The Divine Mag- net." Evening subject, "Jesus at the Well." FIFTH AVENUE H. Klmer firecn, pastor. Services service also. Morning of Zion" contralto solo, Miss Dawsbn. Evening, anthem, "Magnify. Glorifj" IDr soprano solo. Miss Young: male quartette, "Speed Away" PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL At the home of Mr. Simmonett, 1323 Third avenue North, one-minute from the car line. Sunday morning at 10.30, Remembering! the Lord's Death: Sunday evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting: Tuesday evening, 8 p.m.. Gospel meeting; Thursday .evening, Sp.m., Special waiting upon God for the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Come and drink of the water of life freely. "For the Promise is tinto you and your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord, our God shall call." ii few meL _Ed called (or mis- Forty new members have just been taken into the Freeport (111.) Motor- cycle club, as a result of six weeks' membership campaign. church, corner Third avenue and Eighth street; Rev. .1. B. Pickel, pas- tor. Sunday school at 10.30 a.m. Preaching services at 11.30 a.m. and 8 p.m. Ser'mons appropriate 'o church attendance Sunday and spe- cial music. Christian Endeavor 7 p.m. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIK'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. Rev. .uanoa Murrel-Wrlght, rector. Matins 11 a.m. Hiily. Communion ev- ery Sunday, morning at 8 a.m. and av the eleven .o'clock service on tho first Sunday of the month. Evensong 7.30 p.m........ ject, "Deception, or Rowing Wild Oats." Everybody welcome to all services. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCK-Rcv. J. B. Francis, pastor. Class meet- ing II) a.m. 11 a.iru .Morning subject, "The teacher and the child's future." Children's topic, "Christ- .Riches." Junior congregation in par- sonage at 11.. SO. Sunday school and class at 3 p.m. Men's Own at 4 p.m., when Rev. V. Cllthbert .Alkan will speak on "The U-nity of the LyiHa.t Com- pound taffettmtM an-: strenethens the famaScorgantam and builds op the weak- wrrow tftdtm. It ba. carried through this crisis. -Tne uoru Scriptures." Evening at 7.30, subject, "The Word Made Flesh." Special in II. Popham, rector. Holy: Communion 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of Ihe month at eleven Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school ;j p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. m. ST. 'CYPRIAN'S ner 8lliT.Ave. and Eleventh St. Uov; jipMlllen, rector. Matins 11 a m. ..Evensonp; 7.30 p.' m. Sunday Bible 'class three- p. m'.. on the first and WESLEY 0. H. Cobbledick, pastor; residence, .120 El- eventii street: 'jihoue, to Church a.m., Love feast in Weslev hall; IJ. a.m., Young church gc-srn' subject, "Our Coming Arbor sermon, "Jesus on tlm Life, No. 3 "The New recep-1 tloi> of members and Sacrament of the Lord's Supper." 3 p.m., Bible school .with adult classes. ,7.30 p.m., HOiy uniniiiuniun on me ursi aim "Joseph, the Optlmlot." No. C "Tha third Sunday at 8.30 a.m. and tn the ISeats of the Grealncu.of seconii and 'fourth' Sundays ,it tbe Service." The Sncrnmcnt of the o'clock service, Lord's' Supper will follow the evening SEAL BRAND COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed PacRed in two tins CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. IS Rev. John McNeill Tells Why As a Lad Attended Service Better Now (By Rev. John McN'sill, pastor of Cooke's CnureS, You ask me for reasons why should go to church.. I have gone so long myself, reason or no reason, that I do not find it easy to say much, on the subject. As far back as I cau re- member, my two reasons as a lad would be, fust, that the bell was rIng ,ns and second, ffliat my fathers ,oice was backing up the bell So. be- tween the Uo, 1 went I sure did Long years have passed and I am going still vnd my voice now backs up tie bell among my lot, with the same result, I am glad to say Us Uke asking me for reasons why one goes to rest, or takes a- bath, or eats a dinnei with his friends Rest, and refreshing, and food in good com- nany are such obviously good thtasc P "know my quarryman father likeu go to the because of the bodily vest, and i wish working men and all hard driven folk would think ii ew _ called) a choli, tearing round after each other mus.icaliy (mo're or less) like a ilc-g' after 'his tall, these keep people who aie in But men should go to ch'ureh because it's. God's House Ue made us and He made the and the House for us. And all because He.loves us, and knows what we need, as individuals, and families, and masters men, and friends and neighbors. I put It.'.aVfi.rat, better than I thought when I said my fathers loice, in my boyhood, backed up the bell. That, dear, firm voice is In my ear no more. But still my. Heavenly Father's voice backs up .the bell, "ought" lies there. The OLD WESLEY. CHURCH TO BE nhout it that I'm still Lied v.hen it comes USED TOMORROW FIRST TIME FOR m to says one. Ver> ivell, friend, come in and bit down We re not asking you to wheel a barrow, o, work a hammer, or shovel or buy, or sell, or boss. And sinee -n> father's day seats have greatly They are comfortable now; they, were not then Besides, ours are all free, atUugh don't undertako to "chuck" anybody who has arrhod liofore dear non churchgoer puts in an appeaiance And while, in Cooke's he seems to export that, and we should he Just grovelling glad to see him' (The plate, we no- tice, has a sobering effoct on him Prayer Refreihirg I think that men should go to church the acts of woishlp, piajer, prals.6 and prcacliing, are so refresh- ing and strengthening You notice I name all three. I have no sympathj with certain people who keep saying that tliey-don't go to church to near a man talking, although, usually, when you hour iholi mail, you agree There1! no need to belittle the preaching H should be as worshipful as either pruino of prayer, but proauhlng should not bn everything, and prayer should bo natural. and and should be truly pr.iUdug God "A man tlnCt" man "o I After a brief career of only two years, the Christian church of Leth- liridge was recently faced with the necessity for larger accommodation, and tdinorrow the congregation .will worship in their new building on the corner of Third avenue'and Seventh street, the old Weslev building, which has been secured for one year This congregation a little over two years ago by Mr. Clut- ter..-and the first pastor, Rev. .1. B. Pickel, Is still in charge. The Sun- daj school was about thiee >eira ago ivith an Initial membership of twelve, and 'this has .grown one bundled membeli while the membership of the church baa more tha'n doubled since its first service. The chin dfthas had quite a struggle, as Us doctrines are new in Canada; but the fact that the beliefs include thbae of nearly every other denomina- tion is sufficient ground to warrant the prediction that, "rapid increases will be noted in. the uext few years. The first services were lieldjn the Caledonian and continued there until last January, when the Baptist church hulldinc; was used for several Among the Protealant bodlci America, the Disciples ot Christ are the fifth largest This angelical and missionary body of Christians was organized In western Peinsyl. vanla early in the last century. At that time those composing this body were members of various1, dehomina tioiis, but were pleading for. the-junion of all the followers of Christ by a re- turn to the common "faith -andrprac; tice of the Apostolic Cuurch, order to further the salvation of the world. This plea was rejected hy the denom- inations, and its advocates were com- pelled 'to form a distinct body, -but their separation has given power to their plea for unity. They -still look with prnyerfllUcxpectancy for the un- io-.i of all Christians of whatsoever creed, namo or sect, and their cliiel work is to bring about tMs unity. The Church Prosperous "Do >ou lune matins in this niked the Hish Chmeh Us itor ot cliureb. the of the ullage No indeed" replied that dignl la.f with scorn. "We has oilcloth, and right up the chancel, loo' Oven linings are removable and cleanable-- coated with anti-rust solution. The ovens ol Hilarys Gas Ranges Built to burn natural '___ .ill rnA Utilize all the heat to best advantage. Glass doors if desired. See the McClarv dealer. Natin-nl Ons, Lighl Co., ;