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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE THE LETHBRIDRB DAILY SATURDAY. NAY SO, IN THE HOUR OF The World has again been startled and shocked by Friday's great disaster, when so many on the ill-fated Empress of Ireland faced the eternal realities, and we are again impressed with the fact of man's insufficiency, his dependence on the Almighty, and the pre-eminence of the Great Beyond. When the Titanic sank the name of God was on every lip. and the'heroic musicians into eternity playing a hyiim. Explorer Scott's last written word as he cnhulj faced death in the Soufh. linked the three great obliga- tions. Instinctively, and not profanely, the commonest ejacul- ation in an. instant of deepest feeling is, "My This is only one of the many evidences that "man is an inciu'- abh religions auiin.il." Many peisons go for mouths, and even years, without any serious thought to religion. Then, of a sudden, in the hour of calamitjvthe mind turns naturally to God. the dread how of sorrow strikes then we would hs-n e the reader remember that the Church stands ready to fulfill her ministry of comfort and instruction. While this use of the Church is belated, it is still proper. When need arises, the Church and her ministers will be found prepared to he of service. In sickness or in death, in the calamities, of character that are worse than either, and in every other extremity of the human soul, the servants of the Gospel await the call of the needy. There is administer of Christ near.al.liand would count it a privilege to counsel with you, to comfort you, pray with you, to talk with you about the eternal realities. The Cluiirh yearns to assure men that she wants to be helpful in every possible way. Like her Master, she is in our midst, to be ministered unto, but to minister." Her ministers would kneel at every death bed and stand1 by every grave, speaking the Gospel of life. x Even more eagerly do they desire to serve through the years of youth and- health, so thai the com- fort of Christ would be no strange word when recalled homeward in the hour of extreme need. Why wait for the hour oi" trial to.briiig the blessed min- istry and fellowship of the Church! If you are not a regular attendant we respectfully iiivite tlie reader to go to service tomorrow as, a sincere worship- per of G HI in His House. "The expoasa of tills ad- vertisement is met by vol- untary subscriptions only from Laymen of the City of Lethbridge, -and scriptions' of any r amount will bo gladly recebed By the of the fund. The same may bo mailed or handed to Mr. K. p. JoSmson, at the Bant. CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FISST CHURCK OF CHRIST. Bank block. Set- ifiie. at'eleven s. m. Wednesday ev- 'euing" testimony S.ou p.m. Tbe. reading room is open to every- one every day from three to five p.m. Everyone ia cordially invited to at- '.tend; ROMAN CATHOLIC STV PATRICK'S A. H. nosenthal, pastor; Rev. P. Mtat- wegen, assistant. Children'ts Mass 9 a.m. High Mass, 11 a. m. Sunday school 3. p.m. Evening service 7.30 -ip.m. Sermon at each service. '.SALVATION ARMY Services are tieio at tto Citadel, FIftj street, as follows: Sunday, ll a.m.. Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights; S p.m., public meeting, led Sy slaters; .Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Soldiers', meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m.. Salvation: meeting. Citadel band in -attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m.. Ires and meeting. CHRISTADEipHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meeting Room, 230 Thirteenth St., N., tween 2nd and 3rd Bible class Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday, ser- vices. Breaking of Bread, i p.m. Ev- ening s-rvice" 7.30 p.m. A lecture irill be delivered by Mr. Sidney T. Batslord "Why we ought to be bap- j tized." All seats free. So, i-nllection. LATTER DAT SAINTS OHtJRCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAI' SAINTS--S.. O. B. Hall. iOtb St. S.. near Y, M. C. A. 10.10 a-rft- Officers and teachers meet- ing 10.31) a.m., Sunday school, 2 p.m. oaVrameot meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bi-hop B. S. Toung, 1211 3rd ave. S. 'Phone 685. LUTHESAN ST. PAUL'S FIKST "LUTHERAN 6th Ave. and Fif- teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, 3Iay 31. English services at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Friday, Teachers' meeting and rehearsal. Sun- day 3..p.. m- Sunday schcol social Wednesday rveniiig. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon ainrrel-Wright, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the eleven o'clock service on first Sunday of the month. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. Richness In a Breakfast Dish appetizing and easily supplied abundantly in llm substantial nourishment of whole and barley. Grape-Nuts FOOD made from rich, nutritious parts of these grains, comes to you in the form of crisp, iiiilly granules, full of health- building properties. thoroughly dcxtriniml and in about an hour. Ready to ent from the package with cream and "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts by Grocers everywhere Canadian Postum .Cereal Co. Ltd., Windsor, Ont. ST. MARY'S C. H. Popharn, rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday oi the month .at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. m; Evensong 7.30 p. m. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHIJRCH-Cor- ner 8th Ave.- and Eleventh. St. Rev. Canon McMiilen, rector. Matins 11' Kvensong 7.30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible class three p. m. Holy communion on the first and third Sunday at 8.30 a.m. and Ln the second and fourth Sundays at the eleven o'clock service. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Wesley church, corner Third avenue and Eighth street; Rev. J. B. Pickel, pas- tor. Sunday school at 1F7.30 a. m. and 7.30. Christian Endeavor, 6.30 p. m. BELIEVERS i Burgmann's Hall. 418 Thirteenth street, North i 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. 7.45 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW'S :eenth street North; Rev. A. C. Bryan minister. Services, 11 a. in., when i Rev. A, W, U, Wlliteman of Robert- son College, Edmonton, will preach, and 7.30, when Rev. Principal Dyde, oi Robertson College, Edmonton, will preach. Sunday school at 2 p. m. and 3.15 p. m. KNOX IJev. A. G. Camcrra. Services H a. m. when Rev. Principal Dydc, oi Hobcrtson College, Edmonton, will preach, and 7.30 p. when A. W. Whlteman, oi Robertson Col- lege, will preach. Sunday school IJovs' department at 2 p. m. All oth- er departments and minister's Bible class .at 3 p. m. Strangers and. visitors in the city are very cordially invited to worship in Knox. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner ot Third avenue and Ninth Rev. Ross, pastor. Services 11 a- m. -and 7.30 p. 'n'.. Morning subject, "Epaphras and even- ing, "In Memory of Judson." i FIFTH AVK.'BAPTIST CHURCH II. Elmer Orcen, pastor. Ad- ouiram Judson Day for Canadian year being the centen- nial year of .ludson's start lor tbe foreign -lield. .Morning, "Law and the second ot the scries from the Sermon on the 'Mount. Sundry school 3 p. m. Evening, "The Apostle of Burinah" from an address giun by Kev. John JlcN'eil, of Tor- onto on the above subject. Jlr. .1. will sing. Everybody welcome. METHODIST WESTMINSTKH CHUKOH-Kev. .1. II. Francis, pastor. Class meet- ing '.10 a m. 11 a m. service Mr. V.'estcott will preach, subject, ed at Children's topic, "Watch.': Junior'congregation in par- sonage at 11.30, "Tatla goes to Sunday'school and Bible class at 3 p. m. Men's Own at -1 p. m., when Rev. Y.'. IT. Irwin, ot Belle- vue, a specialist in sociology will speak on J'The Solution of the Eco- nomio Problem." Evening service at 7.30, special E'jug service by choir and'short address by. Mrs. W'illiam on "Hymns and Hymn Writ- ers." WESLEY G. H. Cobbledick, pastors' 320 Eleventh St., Phone .404. Rev. W. II. Irwin will preach both morning i and evening. Morning subject, "The Pearl oi Great Price." Evening sub- ject, Awakening." Morning an- th.-ffl "When Morning'Gilds the Skies" (Rompini) and solo; "Miss Dorothy Young. Evening anthem, "Jerusa- lem (Macy) and solo; Ara Maria by Miss E. D. Karren. [to foreign fields from now on, and I .from all reports, there is keen TO doYne greatest to t ho great- est number. Again, .let us hope. There are few things more- alluring PENTECOSTAL 1 the home of Mr. Simmonett, 1323 Third enue North, one minute from the car line. Sunday morning at 10.30, Remembering the Lord's Death, Sunday evening, 730 Gospel flian oil stocks There are few things meeting, Tuesday evening, S V m., more dcccptac The average mdivi- GoEnel meeting, Thursday evening, dual has no more -Show to win Wit in the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Come such an investment, without first in- Sp.m.i Special waiting upon God for! Vestigatiiig' thoroughly, than one has and drink of the water'of life freely.'to draw dividends from, an enterprise "For the Promise is unto you and on Mars. There arc .many good rea- your children, and to all that are afar sons fpr.th'is statement and the writ- erf, even as many as the Lord, our cr .will be pleased to answer any God shall call." j questions bearing, on tins matter it the Herald will allow, the use oS. their worthy paper for the purpose. Providence placed wha'tever. oil there is in this district, just where CUPIDITY PRECLUDES PHILANTHROPY it is, and He diiKnot place it there for the-specialbcnefit.pi some few. in order- tliab the dear people might one side and :applaud. Once Pained and Burned. Hard and Sore Lumps, Couldn't Rest or Sleep. Finger Soap and Ointment Cured. Legere Corner, X. I bad salt rheum on my hand for a good many years. Every Tduter ray band would crack and part of the time I bad tp ivcar a glovo to do my work, for when I washed in hot water witil It un- vrrapped it used to IrritaU) so much thab didn't know what to do. I had to tafco a rough towel and rub it until the li.loocl would couio sometimes. ManyanigutI had to sit up in bed and nib them and tometlnirs that didn't satisfy. 1 had to scratch with my flngera and the next morntuB I would find a liig piece of skin which I had taken off. winter I son-s on one of my hands. I thought they very ulcers. They pained and started just like a littlo lump and would he hard and after thai thtt-a wmiicl be a big bunch of P'is and when that would bo out Ifc would leave an opening nJniost as bis 03 half a five-cent pfoce; I couldn't or sler.p wlth.the pain and the burning fiun-salion. Tfae ulcer I Iiad on my fcnscr this r.'itilcr wat Mill worse. There was mere infiammatlon for my was swollen almost twlco Its natural Sizo and was juat as red as ft plcco of flannel. "I took tho Cuticura.Soap nnd mndo a suds with It and washod the hand with a plcco of cottonamUftcrltwfw washed I used to tako tho Cuticiira Ointment nnd spread It on a piece of cotton and wrap tho hand with It. I was cured tn'a Httto over a (Signed) Mrs. Charlo Surette, Juno fi, 1013. Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment are Bold by and dealers everywhere- For a liberal ftto namplo of each, wltli hook. Gftnd post-card to Potter Drug ft Chcm. DOpt. D, Uooton, U. H, A. .._ Jn 4hc .buying and sailing of stocks ready discovered, several thousand ihere are a 'great many things to he oil leases, a few tons of wood pulp, considered. Stocks, their, values, what smeared over with printer's ink, ju- constitutes value, how1 to buy and diciously displayed, and have be- when to sell and a thousand other foro us'tiic aniazins spectacle of a things', enter .into the business that community that seemed ready for makes- it: distinct Jr.oin that of any burial, spring into a seething strife other liusiness. There. arc. a, very few to sec who might he first tq buy oil who understand stocks and few make shares. Oil shares! How many pco- a success in Inlying and. selling them. I la realize what it means to hold a nut trying to make the pub- few shares in a company that have a lic'thiiik that we know all there" is million or more capitalization Come to. know about stocks, but we .do Editor Herald A little :'oil al- with me to Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kan sas, Oklahoma, Teyas and Old Mex- ico and just squint, around and sec how many out of the countless thous- ands who have invested in oil stocks, are drawing dividends, or ever did draw any. We would find them conspicuous lor their scarcity.' Yet, there are not one ot those fields but what have produced multiplied mil- lions. One asks themselves, il" the same condition will obtain in the Alberta field Why should it Why should it That the dear people of this country should benefit in the ratio that they support the pioneering and initial development, of this oil field, would he a greater phenomenon than Ihc striking of so pure an oil in the Dingman well. Let us hope. When the footings are made, t will be found that enough money has gone into the Okotoks field to have de- veloped at least one well. here at Lctbbridge. .When the present-''Cora-, pany forming undertakes Ib.flnd capi- tal'locally to ilcvcfop. the oil that seems certain of being here, they arc likp.ly to find the money has gone to Calgary, never to return, Yoil will say there is no way to control fho actions of those who wish to invest in campanies away from home, iii'is bard to control, but if the promot- ers Vfho have this prelim nary work in charge treat the local public as tjiey should ho treated, there will be very little more money find its know that the average buyer will do. QUEEN'S ITMIVRI; HOME STUDY twty. IIR Itken by correspon- dencr, but studMts itiii.-tt. .Attend, one SCMlotV UNIVERSITY KINGSTON; ONTARIO ARTS AfPUtO CBUCATI6N Mfitudtnr MEDICINE CNGINCCRINa SUMMER SCHOOL JULY lad AUGUST C. Y. CNOWN, RijUlur, King lien, Ont. well to make specific enquiry before placing their hard earned savings. A. W.'COOLEY. NEW ZEALAND TO BAR ASIATICS London, May Chriatchurch dispatch to the Daily Mail says the government has announced it will in- troduce legislation in .Tune stopping Immigration" of Asiatics to New Zea- land. y. TROUBLE1 ON TROUBLE Quebec, May special Can- adian Pacific relief train carrying sur- vivors from the steamship Empress of Ireland, was derailed shortly after leaving nimouski. So far as Is known no one was injured. Blue Ribb on COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Jn every instance where you use Blue Ulnfoon goods you sn'vo money. They go further and so'cost less than any "other. 'Order a can. of Blue Ribbon' Coffee and In your gro- cers. Tho result isOnuro ,tp please. Sold with a money back guarantee ;