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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl IE j K 12 FOR IHE NATION Rev. Mr. Bull Addressed Mass Meeting of Ladies He Favors Suffragettes "Consecration of Women" was tho subject of a deeply spiritual and with- al intensely practical address deliver- ed in St. Augustin's church by the Paul Hull at the women's meet- ing yesterday afieruoo'ti, at which over one hundred and fifty women wore present. The reverend- gentleman based his remarks on ihe annunciation to the; Virgin Mary contained in' the first i chapter of St. Luke. i Defcre commencing his address PTO- per he spoke of his experience speaking and working With'men and his inexperience in speak- ing to "he felt it .a pleas- ure and privilege to be able to talk to women, that if, by any means he might, bring hanpiness into their Jives, he 'would hi a measure pay the debi of gratitude ,he owed his mother. Consecration of Women Rev. Mr. Bull said in part: "You, the women of the nation, give birth not alono to the child, but to tne nation, and we want to see that ins Purity of Women "Kt'ligion which does not exalt wo- men tan never redeem man. Xothiug redeems a yomiff man so much as the love of a pure woman. If hf oiico looks with contempt on a woman who lowers bcr partly Is indeed hard to roach. Purity must be preservetl through guarding the thoughts. Responsibility of Parents "1 would urge on parents that boys, and sirls should be taught from aarli-j cst life the secrets of um'uUing life.! Knowledge is not sin and be ob-j tained some way. If taught by lips, j whfcli are revered, it will "become a holy mystery. If learned from other sources It becomes an unholy which "festers tain the character. Sanctity, of Motherhood "It is prudish reserve 'which fails to Instruct a .maiden. If the ungelj could speak .to Jlary on the delicate] subject of child-bearing surely it isj possible, if we the spirit of It Luck Bak- ing day of a pcrfact baking It in Bait" "Alberta's But" i> "Albtrta'i pefactly frw front any injuriouc to is known by 3ood cooks your grocer for it today. God, to teach, our maidens so thatj we may uplift their lives and avoid j the tragedies which so ofren occur. Mothers cannot overestimate the sac- redness of the which God has placed on them. Love Iove cf fame, love of wealth, love of, loving heart. heroism, none of these will compare; Christ- the Light-of All ......tells us that God must sufler, WL- sin against Him ami wound ,vith the Influence of a mother. If you, "Christ is the light, that liditeth consecrate your uiothcrhood you ina" that couieth inlfl the world nation is worthy of its responsibility. be'able'to ,-oUow vour Over sea' beginning of the world Go, .-_ uv the world I would at the lime of His him u little crucifix. He "gazed and typhoid bacteria, the movable hypo- cay it was in the treatment of wo- icrucili.vion I would have stood lor gazed at it. without speaking tor a chloride plant is shipped on the same Him. but how can anything I do long time. Then he sr.id, 'Ah sir, train with the report of the water Favors Votes for Women now make any difference. His wounds were worse than mine.1 analysis. "1 am in favor of the j Vision of What Sin Does Whatever agony oi mind or hotly; The hypochloride plant tanks are though 1 am not in favor of their i "Then the thought came to me that through which we must pass. His set tip just outside the plant, militant methods. j I1 Inv molber hung on the cross and wounds arc worse than ours. 'and the mains are cut and run into "I don't think we gel the best fur'" sinned against her it would wound! He Succors the Tempted i the tanks. In the first one, the wa- iie nation until we have the opinion nl'r am' Jllsl- ils ii someone struck1 "He is our great High Priest, who ter is treated to remove whatever ii parliament of both men and lai'r "r stabbed her heart. Then was templed like as we arc, yet with- dirt may he in it. In the second the ,.ien. 1 sympathize with that is just out sin, able to succor those that he water is given a hypochloride oi lime i'i lite old country in lhat ihey liave-ivvlml ,si" llws' Thal my si" wlls tempted in that IV was tempted. He bath, and then it' passes into the wounding ihe heart of f'hrist. For il is the same yesterday, today and for- third tank where the lime is prccipi- 'Ood loves us. llini ordinary reason ever not received fair consideration. YOU ARE USING A cheap grade of coffee, a. few cents extra per nnnnrl will give you an immeasurably fc- PACKED IN ONE AND TWO POUND CANS ONLY CHASE 5ANBORN MONTREAL "At one time a brutal murder committed in London. A man was arrested. The body of the young girl lay on a table in the court room. It UMS slabbed in several places, ofiil the fair flesh trampled with the foot of a man. The was uncovered and, when the man saw it, he threw his arms and exclaimed, 'My God! Did I do It was the man's own daughter, whom he had killed in tltiuHivii mignt that father cry, 'Father forgive me, I know not what I did.' "When wo how we crucify Christ afresh by our sin surely we too will cry out, 'Mv (iod bid I do NOT A _ CASH CONTRIBUTION London, Nov. Tho sovermnciit 1'fis iirorptPri (.he offer of ihr Malay ;--r costing Stau-H lo provide it ii pure clcvn and good, Aok any grocer for hisbeslsfllt, and he will nive Salt every lime. Not because it costs it does because the grocers know lli.it Windsor Table Salt pleases their customers. 57 Columbus, 0., Nov. had no idea of the changes taking place in women's said Mrs. W. K. Liggett, who has re- gained her sight after four years of total blindness, due to catar- acts, of which she has been cured by an operation. "I had no idea what frights r women were making of them- selves, though my club friends had given me the best word des- cription they could of the chang- ing styles. You know the lines of gowns have changed vastly in the last four years, I was shock- ed the first tfme I saw a lady fashionably attired after 1 recov- ered my sight, and, in fact, I have not yet become used to the change. "Such fashions! I never look so ridiculous. "Another thing I am impressed with Is the style of architecture, which seems changed. In every- thing there has been Improve- ment, it seems to me, except wo- men's dress. I cannot {jet used to The scantiness of the dresses ta almost shocking." Mrs. Liggett a leading club- woman and prominent in local has already sent for inspection on tho order paptc of the house. He will ask J. What portions of Canada are .solely under ft'tleral control and juris- diction 3. What are the laws in respect to iiiarrmge in these districts Unless Mr. Lancaster has changed his mind since the judgment ol the privy council' jvas delivered, lie is not- likoly tu living up the ques- tion raised by his bill, (lit- principle of which was declared unconstitution- al. In view, however, of thti extent of agitation il is believed the subject sion is indicated by a question which asajn .irisc. Evidence of this is .J. H.. IJnniham, 11. I1., of I'ctcrburn, afionliul by Mr. Hiirnham's query. WILL RAISE MARRIAGE ISSUE BY ASKING NUMBER OF QUES- TIONS IN COMMONS Ottawa, Xov. the marri- age law question is to agai" figure in parlianicntarv discussion this ses- The Selling Power of Is Apparent to the Man Who Knows Get the Best! Get it at the Herald Job Phone 1252 ;