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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Momlitv, November TDK DAILY HERALD Page a LIVE TEMPEIlllHCE Ministers Denounce Liquor and Warn Men Against Being Caught in Maelstrom Which Spells Maternal and Spiritual Ruin Yesterday was Temperance Day In U prohibited? sncirly a churches, anil tlic puliiils ot manj- j whole pays the cost. A major rer- >t Die churches by vis- ctatage ot inurJcr trials aiise out cl :tine and local pastors, who arranged drink. The average trial costs i general Tbe result ot JW.i'UU. "We p.iy thc till. Tbele was a Urge croud at St. An- dri-v.-'s, and thu sermon listened to Kllh rapt attention. In tho morning the Her. .Mr. dick spoke alonx similar lints at llie lay's activities "ill no doubt be to Increase tto Interest in tie, cause. AU11 TE.MPKUAXCE SUNDAY (iOLD AT WKSl.F.y At Wesley church in the Rev. K.'CoW, associate secretary at tte Albrrta Temperance and Moral Keturra I.eaftiic, attacked the tiuu ol intemperance from a piurcly standpoint, taking as his ten the v.ords from Froin a national slafcdiioinl also tin- abolition el the tar is called lor. At a cuntsremc ot all nations hi lie (her. a lew >fars aso. statesmen: and uliattrnr is an ent-w? to the; is aii ecemy to the nation There is iiot an individual in the Qatiou is not, in sonic vray al- fccted. A liih man in a Mas for contributions to-' vartl lae Uuiperaiice movement. He; I refused, sayiug that the liquor tragic did not afli-ci Shortly this his daughter was kille.l by aJi ccglae. The under the influence I jC'Srlstlan church. WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY" MADE GOOD DELIGHTED THE AUDIENCE AT MAJESTIC THEATRE ON SATURDAY UNWORTHY HUSBAND RETURNS AFTER FOUR MONTHS AND COMMITS DESPERATE CRIME 61 liquor, ;ind so thc loa-e o! tlie i I" tho theatrical Uslorj- uf bridge this year there are two ,n a crUlra, coudlllon, ._ ___ ____ truth was brought borne to St. Paul, Minn., Nov. Sam- ?1 Wood, forty-five years old, and her husband, forty-seven years oIJ, ,v? iovc enough tlons. the "Marriage of Convenience.1'. and "Pine which sur.d out) years old. a graudsou, is 3s distinctive Ifaturea. With "What lying seriously Injured at the city hos delegates Irotn all iuuud Jrink ismorc ifirdidXiotTl-i llal'peued lo a hcinc early today. According to physicians, there is liltle hope for the retovery of cither between the Crimean war and the li.e The Dlay revolved round a subject Mr or Mrs. Wood. Glenn, BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS HELPLESS CRIPPLE FROM RHEUMATISM Toronto laij Took "FtuiU-iiits" tnd Cuied of the community. The- drunkard is a ueak man. L-Thou shalt nut kill'.and 'Thou shall not steal' are accepted laws.. should not also "thou shalt nnt sell intoxicating be added. The speaker then went on lo prove. ttiat inlosicants reduce- eflicieiicr. Haihvay companies, at least the ma- jority o( tliem, will not employ a I man on. flic operation branch who j touches liquor' in any shape or lorni. j They simply say to him that they do 1 tot want him. dealt Igc ham- iiier blows at-1 the liquor traflic as a destroyer of manhoort, Mr. Gold dealt with several phases of the ques- His ol y. cnipha- siied by a short story, all of which Tvere greatly appreciated, lie held the attention ol the large audience throughout the service, anil creaicj a very favorable impresbion as an earn- n it. Us action was hftyhloncd by appropriate Ecenic display and appurtenances which showed that noth-1 ing had been omitted to present thc piece in its appropriate sr-tilng. A de- lightful breezlneas and Kholesomenesg pervaded the performance. Humor, and guile were intermixed, and held the audience. The situation the third act was thrilling in Its inten- LOTS SENSATIONAL TALK slty, with a denouement in thc final Ecene which wns exceptionally pleas- ing. Miss Anne Bradley, as Jlary, with almost charming naivete, was in hei ABOUT RECENT BRITISH NAVAL HANUOEVERS London, Nov. to the 4 HOUE PtACZ, TOROIfTO, DEC. isth. 1903 "I was t helpless cripple froru Rntu- witism for cearly a year. Alldownlhe ij right fide, iLe pain dreadful and I could for the asoay I wai treated by two physicians without i benefit. and decided to try them. After taking one box, 1 be'.ter. When I LaJtsfcen tbtee boxes, I could use my arui and the pain uua almost jone. After taking five boxes, I vnteulirelj axaiir. TUe cure o! my case "I'rcit-a-tives" was indeed splendi'i because all the doctors failed to even relieve me. "Fruit-a-tives" cured me." MRS. LIZZIE BAXTKR- 5OC ft DOT, 6 for f trial size. 250. Atdetlenor from Limi'.edj Ottawa. Northern Navigation fleet, told that silie was coming rij-ht across the lake in the teeth.ol the. sale, and spoie of waves so that they washed com- pletely over her bow. The Alberta is _ still anchored at Whitcfish Day, while 1 the Assiniboia has not been reported may he lying in shelter with the Alberta. Mrs. Sarah Collins, aged '25, and bride of a little more than a year, temporary rig had to bej died at her home in Tecumseh, Ont., The steamer Haqionic. of the'of poison, self-ailministered. and Mr. Kslcr based his inaiks on thc lite of Samson. His eloquence held the audience -in the deepest attention. 'CAIU'J IS KKBOKD >Mc To p .1 h .Jewetl rcndrrfd ]lcv..Mr. Bryan occupied the ty Miss c Sjrnm uit of the Kirst-Baptist church ]n the :Al night Mr rtclivpred an morning and delivered ajnost timely and earnest address in est, sincere minister. oi the gospel. Special music by the choir included "0 Savior ol the by Ooss, and a beautiful contralto solo "Teach right has society to which he held the church ith a man's liberty by saying that'traffic up for public renndiation 10 sale oi intoxicating shall, Bryan made a.passrag ajlusion to Ml- tomilD Ivio contest and. warned, the temper- Ahvays do this More and (fair shaving: Draw your "ordinary" 'ot "nitty" Ifczoi fcltde between ibuccb tod naiitciMd v.ri little Ofl your loo. .TKta youll b line, _ Oil Prerants boa lUdr. If COliyi.KDlCK AT ST. ancc ppoplc to he careful in the selec-l "O'.ir Father which :ir[ in Heaven, ion of tbe men-they-voted'ICT. Her. Hallowed be Thy Name, Thy -King- David Ross, Ibc acliiig dom Lome, Thy Will tc iJone. hi at night, an car-j earih, as It Is Jn Hearen." nesf gospel adilresg, text' Rer- G H- Cobblie- MR. KLSEU-AT KNOX jdick preached one of stronsest At KTIOK church in the morning, temperance sermons ever" heard ii Ksler, the -well St. Andrew.'s. church ia'Slor bf 'Grace 'PrrsSytcriAn kardly, as in Calgary, gave a splendid address sociatc this text with thc liquor traf DD" thc tempcranre Tating but the Rev. Mr. Cobble'dicX, his test from -Psalms .sbak tJiou irampjc 'under feet'-, he likened the intoxicating cup to the deadly dragon in-the talc "of tie" ancicat pagan city-.-pi Liocia, which, was, finally slainJi'Mtcc 3 fear- ful reign ol terror, by' the- Christian kriight-SO' George.-- TlieMiqnbr traf- fic, today is doing lus't- as" dcadlr as.this dragon, aLd if the portrayal the embodiment of all thai sensational reports current the author intended. One cannot jng tfce rcceat naval manoeuvres, the speak too highlj-'of the lone and color' standard's naval correspondent has she gave to the character. I added to the excitement hy declaring. In'adrairalile terms reference can be 1 that full .results ol the manoeuvres, artc to the acting erf Miss Jean Patri-1 guarded as a secret in Kng- iln, as ilrs. Wlnthrap; Mr. land, are known in full detail in Ger- vart as John -'WHHs; Mr. Edwin many. aynard 35 Captain Jogffer, and the' According to information current in hers lu the casie, down to the tavr. Germany, the recession ol mati- er's Toin Little, played by Mr.' oeuvrcs is one which shous that any A. Spearing: Major and niinot' invasion from an er-einj" is foredooni- haracters they attuned thenisokca to cd failuie anti no taid could ,e aitustlons-'and surroundings of the 1 be carried .to any extent, ay. which called for unstinted appre-1 Thc .goveciunent is asserted ation. All in the house nrast have tlE concealin is to be as was .this- an- cient dragon must-te tramp- led.under feet. Drink is'-impoverishing the'families of those" who use pol- luUngXtheir paralyzing their. reason, find sending- them down''- 'iu. the grave in despair. In R with it we inuBt'get a true- vis- ion of whit it is doing. U is the 'ncmy of the individual. Anyone who. has observed its influence will grant this. Tbe speaker, in his work large cities has seen multi- ttirits of young men fall, never to rise again, through the influence ot this serpent. THREE-FOLD ENEMY 1 is an enemy to the in- dividual, is an enemy tp thc home, ,1 refreshing and original line thought, showed a. relationship twf en the tiro "that would bc -.d cult'for anyone having mon. to disassociate. There are three suiiposilions under lying these words. There is a Jlcav tnly Father, -there is a realm' whew Ills .will is being perfectly done, Th will o[ God is'.to be done on th ;lt that they Viinfessed a play whicli. pity to have The management Is to he consratu- atcd on giving the public the opiior- unity of' treasure and satisfaction hlch .the' produLctlon called forlb. 'htatrieal enterprise in Letlibridge is oiind-to he a success when pTeces uch as "What .Happened lo with the cast- taking part in It, are tiled. The p'.ibHc will have faith in he laudatory notices which. precede fr II Heating Cooking Lighting M ii The SoutKern Plumbing and Gas Fitting Co. :mt __ -f, Wo have, the exclusive 'sale for the latest new Furnace Burner. ..With this burn- er we guarantee lo compote coal. Kc-inodel your Fiu'nucc. Tt will cost .you nothing for a demonstnv- tion. The Southern Plumbing and Gas Fitting Company PHONE 1216 COOPER AND FIDDES 712 THIRD AVE, SOUTH earth as-it Is already being done'In Heaven, Jesus' muiii" business on th earth was. Lo help-'bring the Kingdom ot Heaven to the earfh. '-The missip of the church ia 'to inalntain tha Kingdom, and the history ,of. th church is simply a conllnuatlon o the Acts -of the Apostles. Jesus i continuing his work' here; and we ar to Every man who calls himself Christian should have as his supreir business the promotion of that King dom, and Ihe carrying on of Christ policy and doctrine. There la nothlii that calls for more will power, bi the most encouraging thing in th world today, to the reverend gent] man, is tbnt men in all businesses ar doing t'nts very thing. War will POO be an Impossibility. Everything evolving. Men raight lake the vie of; evolution, according as they wig ed, font the speaker believed that ne er again in .the hislory of the worl can [he theory of evolution There is a constant evolution, and. a a part of God's plan. The min of men arc widening. Everything looking to the bringing in.of the Kin dom1. Dul what a severe jolt and jar i liquor business is to this great pi The subject Itself (s foreign. It la struclive. and every man engaged In the business knows it. Why does he slay. In-It? Because It is a money- jiher. Men are sacilficlng them- selvca lo It for llj.? morey they may inakc. in spite of its dr-a true ti veil ess- Cut Jl Is -ill contrary to (iod'a plan, and it fs going lo go. The leadership of thc world IB against (I. If the young men could only let their vision EC? tvliere It Is carrying them, they, would as soon have their hands cut off, as In enslave themselves fo il. Thes; were sonic of Ihe outstanding points In the sermon. Tlio speaker In admonished strongly thnt each voter on Ihe North Side exercise his or her vote In favor of the mart whn stood for righteousness and truthy In the coining election, This 19 one way (n wV.Tch the traffic may be kepi down. .An open city wouhl mean tbiil the lifiior business would flourish I.cthbrldgn has hctn clean for a ytai or and lias oslAblisbtd talloti as one of the clenncsl cities Ir west. Uy gelling on the rlght'sldc nnd voting for thc itHn ivho wlirkee it clean, wlll.fach voter be sharing J t'ue gooJ work. thc "truth in'fear of the criticism of its own suppoilers. it is alleged that the "German" submarine played such havec with de- fending British dreadnoughts lhal the admiralty, driven U desperation, ordered the manoeuvres to Dreadnoughts, il id added, proveii to be useless-hulki; in the North Sea. The'Cii-nnans regard tho proposal of Winston Churchill for a year's holiday from dreadnoughts construe lion, as merely a device on the part of thc first- lord to mate up leeway IS r it am lost in this class of ships without attracting public attention. IMPORTANT TO LAND SEEKERS, FARMERS, SPECULATORS AND OTHERS VALUABLE FARM PROPERTY AT PUBLIC AUCTION To-morrow, Tuesday, At Three O'clock in the afternoon at the office of the Auctlonscr Sixth Street South1, Lethbridge FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions to offer for sale by auction and Eubject to the remarkably low upset price of The N. W. or Section 30! Township 0. Range 13, West of J Fourth Meridian. The land is situate miles from ihc grow- ing town of Grassy Lake and half way between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat on the Crow's Nest branch ot thc 0. P. R. The-.spil is a rich chocolate loam, and. the entire.quarter has been steam jjloux-.l and is well fenced. "A 'well-built granary 1C s 32, good shack cud outbuildings are included In .the purchase. There are two Fchcol houses-wilhin miles, and two eleva- tors.being only S'.i' miles away, it will readily bc seen that hav- ing such easy access to town, schools and railway, It presents an attractive to a farmer and one that appeal to anyone who ia delirious of securing an exceii- tional snap in hirm laiuls. IL might Eurlher be that land in this district, which Is renowned for Sis good -crop ayerEpc, Ss freely sold for prices from lo per acre. The rrjfciia.Ecr would" he required 10. pay one-fiflh in cash at the tine of Ihe .salt1! nnd lo-assume- a to; the Imperial Life Insurance and. .the "balance on, terms lo suit. Any further Information, and arrangements to view on application to THE AUCTIONEER, 6th St., and 419, Prices from to TERMS: Cash per pair, balance 3, 6, 9 and 12 months or will arrange other suitable terms These lots will not last long and now is your chance to buy and wait for the rise which is sure lo come in the Spring AN OPPORTUNITY! To purchase lots at a price and on terms that give you a chance to reap a handsome profit a reason- able period. We have had placed with us for sale about Fifty Lots In one of'the best 'residential sections of take place in (be spring. These lots are North Lcthbridge, to jiovtion of-tho city four blocks of .Westminster Sohool and we will is mnv-diic.n sulistniilifll raise in values on no- sell-in pairs or willmnkc an exceptionally at-. count of tbe industrial whicli will (rautive iMTer eu bloc. Office: Macdonald Blk. Phone 1034 Office open in evenings while they last ;