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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Something Wrong With the World Something is wrong with the world. The optimism which blinks this is only llic wit of Hie" ostrich, which hiilcs its head ia the. sand at the approach of danger. Turji to. the news pajii-'S of almost any news- paper if yon need any evidence that dishonor, bad faith, cruelty, lust, selfishness, jealousy, theft and murder are abroad in the world. Social doctors may disagree in their diag- noses, but nobody denies that there is disease. Of course, it is necessary.-to know the cause if we are to find a cure. Publicity is driving nut "fake" patent medi- cines from !iie realm.of. physical illness; but it is also introducing a bewildering army of quack nostrums for our social ills. Every conceivable remedy is being ailments. Kow let us stop for a moment and consider, in the light of each reader's personal experience and observation, what lies at the root of the varied evils ill our common life today. Who has the one comprehensive master word for it all? Is not the truth clearly with the Church, which takes' the longest look across history, and I he deepest look into human nature, and which says that the source and spring of all our ailing is described by one old-fashioned little word of three letters: Master sin in-lhe human liearl.-and there will no-problems left for tlio sociologist to deul with. x i Obviously this is so. If the diagnosis is correct, what of the rem- edy? The Church has it, She always has had it. It has been her one sovereign specific. throughout the ages. By it she has changed savage, bestial nations into the civilization of Europe and America. By it she has scattered institutions, of hcjpf ill- ness all over the earth. 'v. By it she has transfused- Hie blood of benev- olence for the blood of cruelty.into the-arteries, of Society. i By it she has exalleditjie place and welfare .of womanhood and childhood, By it she has spread abroad new. doctrines; now universally rights, lui-. man liberty and human brotherhood. THAT REMEDY FOR SIN, WHICH IS THE ROOT EVIL OF ALL OFFERED IN THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST. WHO SAVES AND TRANSFORMS THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY., Every 'Church in the city is a laboratory for this greatest of social equipments... H is also a dispensary of Life. And'we shall, day's ills until we accept the Church's diagnosis-and. s- of t suUcriptions only from Laymen of the nf T-athi advettisemen met tj xolutifin trld aorltio ot am .mounts til DO SUdh necched the Treasurer of the fund. The- same may bo mailed oth'anded to -Mr. K. D. Jolmson, at the Molson a Bank Blue Ribbon CHURCH SERVICES COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Asl- for' Blue Ribbon products and sec that your dealer gives them. All Blue Ribbon goods are guar- anteed to Satisfy. If otherwise you mny return them. Blue Ribbon Coffees and 'Baking Powder ara the best cm the market or they couldn't be 'sold EO strong a guarantee. Have You Tried Our ICE CREAM IT'S DELICIOUS Fresh Cakes Daily Cream Puffs for Saturday F N SCHWEITZER" ff IJI A 518 FOURTH AVENUE Beside Dominion Meat Market CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OP 'CHRIST, Bank-block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. WcdncsiUy ev- ening testimony meeting, S.OO p.m. The reading room is open to every- one every day from'three to five p.m. Everyone Is cordially invited to at- tend. .ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. A. H. Rosenthal, "Rev. P. Mini- wegeb, .Mass la.m. High Mass, m- Sunday I school .3 p.m. Evening service" 7.30 [p.m. Sermon at each service. SALVATION -ARMY i Services arc neid at the Citadel, j Fifth street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and Salvation meeting. .Week nights: Monday, 8.-p.m., puWlc j meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday, g p.m., Soldiers' meeting; .ThnTEday, S p.m., Salvation meeting. Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., Ireo and eny meetlnr. CHRISTADELpHlANS CHRISTADELPHUNS Mettinj Room, 231) Thirteenth St., N., (be- .twcen 2nd and 8rd Bible class Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday ser- vices. Breaking ot Bread, i p.m. Ev- ening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture delivered hy Mr. Sidney .T. Batsiord: is a Spiritual tree. No collection. LATTER DKf SAINTS CHURCH or JESUS. CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTSrHS. O. B Hall.. Wtb St. S., near'T. C. A. 10.10 a.m. Officers and teachers mcet- I ing, 10.30 a.m., Sunday school, 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Btahop B. S. Tounj, 1211 3rd ave. S. 'Phone 6S5. BELIEVERS Burgmann's 418- Thirteenth street, North assemble on the 1-or.d's Day for Uie breaking of bread .at 11 a.m. Gotpe preaching at 7.30 p.m.. Bible reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. r LUTHEKAN ST. FIRST U.THEKAK eth Ave. and Fif- teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister May 17th. No'services, pas I tor in Taber. .Wednesday, Teachers meeting and rehearsal. Sunda; school, 3 p.tn. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wesle: church, corner Third avenue am Eighth street; Rev. J. B. .Plckel, pus tor. Sunday school at 10.30 a.m Preaching services at' 11.30 a.m. RIli p. rn. Special music. Clirislia Kndcavor, 6.30 p, m. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. St. Rev. Canon rector, Matins II a.m. Holy: .Communion ev- cry Sittiday. inoniing ond at the cloven o'clock service on tut. 'rt-i Course ran? f taken by correspon- dence, but desiring to gr.idn.ttr one QUEEN'S ITMTVRt UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ONTARIO 'APPLIED (eitncc EDUCATION MEDICINE ENaineCRING SUMMER SCHOOL JUtY AUGUST G. r. CHOWN, Kinjilon, Out. first Sunday of the month. Evensbnj '.30 n.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. SI''. MARY'S C. I. Popham, rector. Holy Communion S a.m. and Chora! Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. ST. CYPRIAN'S ner 8th Avc: and Eleventh St. Kcv. Canon McMillen, rector. Matins .11 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p.' m. .Sunday schooV and m. Holv communion" oh.'the'first auu third Sunday at 8.30 a.m. anil en the second and "fourth Sundays at ihe eleven o'clock service. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW'S teenth street 'North; Rev. A. C. Bryan minister. Services, 11 a.m. and 7.HO p.m. Morning subject, "The Lost Boy." evening, "Remember." Sun- day school at 2 p. ni. and 3.15 p.m. KNOX Ki'V. A. G. Cameron. 'Services 11 a.m. aud 7.30 p.m. Boys' department ot the Sunday school at 2 p.m. AH other departments and the Minister's Adult Bible class at 3 p: nl. The minister will preach at both ser- vices. Morning subject "What Vi- sion Does For Men." Evening "The Second Chance." 1- addition to the regular anthems Miss Simm will sing at 'the morning service and the Knox quartette in the-evening.' Strangers aud MSitois at all' the set- uccs ol BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Third and Ninth Rev. lioss, pastor.. Services 11 a. in. and p. in. Horning-subject, "The mind of Christ." ;Hyening, vine Friendship." The. Knight's of Pythias! SviII; attend .divine service in the evening: FIFTH 'AVENUE II. Klriiec Services II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The ordinance of-baptism''will' be -'observed-at the morning service. Mnrninc subject, "Baplibm wha'Ms Evening, "Why Man As like'vi Sheep." Mr. A. E. Jarvis sing at. the, evening service. are cordially invited to all the services. Sunday schocl 3 p. m.' METHODIST .1. li. Francis; pastor. Class meet- jiiit' 10 .a.jn... 11. service, .Horning Silent Worker." Chi- ldren's topic, "The Seven Fiicnds." j Junior' ,iii parsonage, 'at Sunday: scho'61 and Bible class P- ini.'Men's at -1 p. m., when'. Cuthjicil Atkjn Does the freshness of your food mean anything to you There's only one decided: Then do you know tbat you can't buy a stale package of CORNFLAKES Heomae yonr f gels It right from tht fwtory in snail because Kelloge's are quick aellerB and not rcMain Jong on the shelf. We encourage merchants to pbce smaU orders often rather than Thii in why yon (ret FUkes with all their oven-freshweM. lOc perpackage. look for tHe'sigaature.. speak, on "The Pentateuch, ot .the' Testament." Kvcnlr.g subject, "In (iod's Image." WESLEY- C11CRCII II a, .m. "Healthy the fourth Beati- tude. 3 p. m. Hihle school with adult classes. 7.30 p. m. "The Close of Great Opening FutuVeij' Anthem, "Holy L. 0. Emerson-; so- lo, Mr. lljggins. Evening Anthem, "6, How V. L. Maker so- Voling. Sunday evening, May 24th, will be an Empire DaVservice with special music. PENTECOSTAL PEXMCOSTAt) MEETINGS -r- At the home of 3Ir.j Simmonett, 1323 Third avenue North, one inlnute from the car line. morning at 10.30, Remembering the Lord's Death; meettDg; Ifieaday 8 p.m., Gospel meeting: Thursday evening, the baptism of the..Holy .Ghost. Come Sp.m., Special waiting upon God for. and drink of the water of life freely. "I-'or the Promise is -unto ,you and your children, and to .all that nre afar, off. even as many as the' Lord, our God shall call." ,e Sherman special prices on Fruit and Confectionery Enjoy the Music Cor! 4th Ave. and 5th St. Opposite the Alexandra Hotel ;