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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUIDAY, IfAT M. ItU TIB LBTH11IBCB JAI1T FE CALL THE Subjects felatlng to every pbase of church life will at the -fortieth general assembly.of the -Presbyterian .church in Canada, Wbich will convene Wednesday, in Knox finest ecclesiasti- cal; structures in Xhe Rev. Dr. Murdoch Mackenzie, twenb years of Honan, China, and who dur- the past twelve mouths has visiL- 63 -i Canadian churches from the At- lantic to the Pacific, Taill nrfiachr the introductory sermon. ;He will natur- ally take under review the foreign work of the denomination, and will to Incite it to greatar and more earnest efforts in the future. His performance of the duties in conven- ing the assembly will ''complete- fois" wijrk the 3Ioderator, and his sue- be elected'on the evehing meeting. College Education in the We it delegates to Jhe vVssc-mDly-will Spend eight or nine days in their de- liberations and their discussions. AH tile important committees of the church make-reports of the work done during the >ear The most im- portant committees are those having charge of the work of the church at home, abroad and in colleges. At the meeting of the Assembly in Toronto last year a large committee was nam- take under consideration all questions relating to colleges and col-, lege education, and it is expected that aivery. earnest debate will occur with rega'r'd to the -work-.of the -colleges this'year. 'Thij church has institutions of character from Halifax In the. to Vancouver in the west. New 'Institutions have recently heen begun .In- the cities of Edmonton -'tocnij and from'thesViinteresting re- -iwrts are expected. Many leading min- 'IsteW of the church have expressed 'their .belief that .changes should be made In the curriculum of the col: leffw, and that "they should be made more practical and up-to--late ncv. Dr Herrldge and the Rev Dr." Ram- WT of Ottawa aie among the leading niniitera who urged a revision of the methods of education in the col- legM of the church FfnancH of the Church The tlnanclal 'condition of the rYtureh Ja fo be fcfr A report wtfl be pretented at the assembly thut In the year ahich end- :on February 2S .last there was se- lor the general purpoiei Of the denomination. more than in the previous year. This is considered an. e'xcellelht showing in view of the great financial depression. The east did better for the church than the west in this regard.. pro- vinces appear to. have been more'se- verely hit by the depression than the older provinces in the east, and the contributions from the prairie prov- inces less for the year, than they were in-the previc-js year. While tlie revenue of the church .has increased, its obligations have increased still more rapidly. The Presbyterian church now guarantees In full the payment in salaries of all its home missionaries. In earlier years only a. portion -was guaranteed, the supposition being that the balance would .he paid by'the con- 'grega'tipn. .In addition to '.this the 'outfits; such as iorses ;and for.the min- isters andfTJttid eats, who "do -the work m remoter-parts: of All ;his means additional expense. In for- eign countries -there have also been developments.- in recent years, which have laid a .heavy financial'burden on the church. In India, for instance, whole castes have applied for admis- sion to the body. The name thing has occurred in olher'countries. In China, owing to the .political change, there ias been a strong demand for Increas- ed mission T-he same thing has aeen true in The result has been. ,that large .'expenses have been incurred; With thes'returh or better times in Canada, it is believed that ill the money needtd for this new work will be provided.- Ilev. Dr. A, S. Jrant.has borne a, considerable por- tion of the burden of this financi ig, ar.d it is possible that he may in for some criticism at the comlns meeting of -Church Again Sentiment on the churcl'i union qties- ticn is favorable to, union in this dis- trict, and it is believed that a forward movement wll bo taken at the comng assembly. The church will be prac- tically forced to go forward, since the condition ife becoming acute. Since the meeting of tho Assembly in To- ronto in 1913, about a dozen local church unions have taken place be- tween Methodists and Presbyterians. These unions have occurred chiefly in the prairie provinces. In Ontario, where in some districts the population Is declining, union IK obvously desir- able. Conditions are, however, more increasing number or local chutcb un- ions which, are effected ihe-sspect ation that a legal union..of the nominations will take place in the near future will, however, have influ- ence on the Assembly, The opposition to union is expected to be vigorous A few Weeks ago a meeting of those opposed to union was held in Toronto, and plans were laid' at that time to fight union in the Assembly here. It is recognized Quit whenever union is effected there will be some loss, and there appsare to be a growing deter- mination on the part of those who are favorable to union "to bring this matter to a final issue. Some chang- es have been proposed in the 'baals of union, and although trifling; it Trill be necessary to give congrega- tions the opportunity to vote on them. Consequently a new vote will be tak- en, probably before the close of the present year In all the congregations of the church, both -Methodist and Presbyterian. Delegates Transportation Paid The attendance at the meeting here will he large. For the .first time, this year the railway gates from all parts Canada will be paid by the church. Last year the expenses were paid, but it was then regarded as a special feature of the congress of that year. This year the expenses will- be. paid first time in accordance with the perman- ent standing order of th.e denomina- tion. In earlier years ministers living in the prairie'provinces and in Bri- tish .Columbia and ministers Ivlng n remote parts of the Maritime Provinc- es, were in many cases unable to at- tend the Assembly, o'tving to. the ex- pense. This difficulty is now remov- and it is expected'that there will be as full a representation from the far west and the far east as there will be from the province of Ontario. Local Although is much small- er than the cities which, as a rule, en- tertain the Assembly, there will be adequate provision lii Kuox church both for the public for all committee meetings. The struct- ure is comparatively new, having been built only fifteen years ago. The audi- torium will seat from 1200 to 1500 people, and the schoolroom addi- tional. A number of the delegates to the Assembly will be coining back home to Woodstock. It is said that this district Jias sent upwards of one hundred ministers Into the service of the church during the last sixty-five years. settled here than in tlic west, nnd people'are slower to lake action. 1'lic SUFFRAGETTE BOMB DIDN'T. WORK RIGHT Edinburgh, Scotland, Mny tant suffragettes last night placed an explosive machine in 'the Hoschall United Free church iu an attempt to. blow it up. CHURCH'SERVICES CHRISTIAN 'SCIENCE FIRST CHURCE CHRIST. jar Bank block Ser- Tice at eleven a. ev- ening' teatimony iheetlng, .8.00 p.m. The reading room. is.'.open to .every, one every day to five p.m. Everyone ia cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosentaal, :Rev. P. Mini, wegen, assistant. Mass 9 a.m. High Mass, m.. Sunday school 3 Evening "service 7.30 p.m. Sermon-at each' service. SALVATION ARMY Services are telo tin Citadel, Fifth street, as Sunday; 11 a.m., Holiness p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation maeting. Week nights: p.m., public meeting, led oy Wednesday, 8 p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, t p.m.. Salvation, meeting. Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, 3 free and easy meeting. CHRISTADEI-PHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meeting Room, 230 Thirteenth St., N., (be- tween 2nd and 3rd Bible class Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday ser-' vices. Breaking of Bread, 4 p.m. Ev-i ening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture I will be delivered by Balsford: "Does Death End All All seats free. No collection. LATTER DAr SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP L'ATTEB DAT O. E. Hall. 10th St. S., near T. M. C. 10.10 a-m. Officers and teachers rneet-j ing, 10.30 a.m., Sunday school, 2 p.m. Sacrament meeting. Visitors alwayg welcome. Biehop B. S. Youpg, 1211 3rd are, S. 'Phone 685. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall. .Thirteenth street, North assemble Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11; Goipel preaching at 7.30 p.m. reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. "LUTM'EnAlji ST. PAUL'S FIUST LUTHERAN, CHURCH-Corncr 6lh Avc. and Fif- teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, May 2-lth. German service 11 a. m. and p. m. Wednesday, Teachers' meeting and rc- licarsal. Sunday school, 3 p. m. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Wesley: church, corner Third avenue and Eighth street; fUv. J. B. tor. Men's Rally Day in the morn-; ing. Sunday school at 10.30 a. m.. Preaching services at 11.30 a. tn., subject, "Oilr and 7.30 p. subject, "A Christian Endeavor, 0.30 p. m. 'ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Are. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, .rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning a.m. and' at the eleven o'clock service on the firs t Sunday of the, mouth. Evensong 7-30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH-RUT. C. H. Popham, rector. Holv Communion 8 a.m. and Choral 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. m. ST. CVpRIAN'S ner 8th.Are. and Eleventh St. Hev.j Canon JIcMillen, rector. Matins 11. a.m. Evensong 7.30 m. Sunday' school and Bible class three p.m.; Holy communion on the first and third Sunday at 8.30 a.m. and tn the second fourth Sundays at the eleven o'clock service. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW'S teenth street North; Rev. A. C. Bryaa minister. Services, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning subject, "An Apostle's Creed, Story of Coaloil Johnny." Sun- day school at 2 p. m. and 3.15 p.m. KN'OX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.' Sunday school Boys department at 2 p. m. All oth- er departments and minister's Bible class at 3 p. m. Morning subject: "In liie'Secrci ing: '-Empire Building." An address to the Sons of England who attend .the evening service in a body. Spe- cial music-at both services. Mrs: E. P. Layton sing-at the morning service and Mr. G. E.'-Fleming in the evening. Strangers ami visitors in city are Very .cordially invited to worship in Knox. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Third avenue and Ninth Rev. D. Ross, pastor. Services 11 "a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Morning subject, from or "What On- ly God Can Evening, ed Treasures" or "What Man Can Do." FIFTH AVENUB .H. Elmer -Green, pastor. Services 11' a.c m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning subject, "Christian Fidelity." This is to be the first of a series of Sunday morning sermons from the "Sftrmon on the Mount." Each Sunday dealing with Christ's discourse concerning .1 different theme. Evening, "A Mighty Prayer." You are cordially-invited to all the services. Sunday school 3 -p.m. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHORCH-Rev. .It H. .Francis, Class meet- ing 10 11 a.m. service, Morning subject, J'Thc Seamless Coat." Ch.ll- "True. Pennants." Junior congregation in parsonage ifc il 30 Sunday bchool .and Bible class a. 3 p. Men's Own at 4 p. mi; Evening' service at 7.30, 'subject, WESLEY Rev. G. H. pastor. Residence 320 Eleventh Si. Bhonc 40-1. Rev. Dr. Mc- Dougall, of Calgary, will preach at both services.' Morning anthem, "I" will lift up mine D.'Whitfield; male "Before the King" Nevin contralto solo, "Light Af- ter IK. Coward. Evening anthemy." ''HThc Ivingdom. olo, l'Miss; 'Si ace" Diser and 'Each Soul Haydeu, Miss Young and Mr. Roberts. .i... PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS 'At the homo" of Mr. Slmmonett, 1321! 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 Thursday evening, the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Come Sp.ra., Special waiting upon God for and drink of the water of life freely. "For the Promise, is unto you and your children, and to all that are afar off, oven' as many 'as the Lord, our God shall call." It cd to catch the eye of. possible chasers." The police promptly madfl an end of this enterprise, but the les- son has not been lost oa the authorities. Kaiser's Soldiers Mustn't Patronize Mairriage Berlin, scent cabinet order, :aceoniing to the weekly paper Der issued to all of- ficers oi. tne.armj'oand navy, strictly forbidding .of instant dismissal, to have'recourse to matri- monial agencies when looking for wives. t.he; "H is unde- niable that recently many active of- ficers have, requisitioned the services of and fc- male.-'iWlien ih'cy, desired their by mak- ing secret order now taking such he dismiss-, cd without (tension. Qcrtairi. agencies are specified, against which pfliccrs arc specially This to be the re- sult oi VariQim'.fi'wIs'.'dnnng the last twelves months, inS'whicjh-.titltd wo- men have ap'pcarqB ag- ents. The ileyelopmcnt, of this .ciistdmSwaS the .appearance in in which photos of rich would-bo ofliccrs1 wives were display- HOMB STUDY 'ttt, fliny QUEEN'S v UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ONTARIO ARTS APPLIED seicnee EDUCATION Mclutlhf MEDICINE INCINttmNO SUMMER SCHOOL jtlLT AUGUST 5, Y. CHOWS, ReJI.IrK. KlnJitM, OM. ECZEMA STARTED Suffered Terribly, 'From Eyebrows Spread to Neck, Chest and Arms. Completely Cured by Cuticura Soap and Ointment Brtcrcrcst; Sask. "When my baby boy was about four aontha old ho BufferwMer- rlbly from oczoraa. The trouble In a rash was very Itchy. him very crow and ffeifiili 1 noticed tba rtsh flrat In Ws eyc-broirs. From'thwo it sprmA.'tu bis nock, chcstf and arms, When he would It irotild mako norm. "I medicine but Ib did no good. 1 tried tlir- farcrit remedies without At Ust I got a sample or Ctiiiciira Soap and Ointment and after using thorn for two days I noticed change., I tbon iiurchwwd a full-sized ciko of'Cuticura Soap and Cutlciira Olntflieht. I would give Win a hot bath irlth tho COtl- Soap eyorjr nljlifc afterward appljlng tlio Ouiloura Olntmcni. Before I htd iwed talf of tho Cuticura Soap and Ointment >ai 'completely Mra. Ut L. Stfombers, May 1013. Tlio regular use of Ouilcura aptip rbrtollot and bath not only tends to preserve, purify and beautify tlio skin, scalp, hair and but In preventing inflammUloni tMkin clogging of pores, t lift common cautt of pimples, blackhoads, reddest and roughness, yellow, otly, mbthy, and otlwf unwliolctorao nondltlonn of tho itiln. icura Soap tind Ointment aro by druit- RlsU and dnalori everywhere. For liberal free iwmplo of each, with 32-p. book, ncnd post-card 1o Potter Drug 4 ChOtt. Oorpit BMSOQ, U. 3. JL ;