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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta fagelg TTTR TnATTVT Friday, November ISUi, 1912. ITS mm BY m it BULL Havp you (ever asked 'yourself? It's 4 -most fas important to you aa "What shall I willilook up the subject, you will find that attribute a great many ailments to tea oxvcoffee. They attribute none to cocoa. _On the contrary, you will notice they say that cocoa is a nutritious and beneficial beverage. One cup of Lowney's Cocoa contains more nourishment- than 24 cups of the best tea ever and more than 22 cups of the best coffee. V -'And Lowney's has the true cocoa rich, delicious, appetizing. There is no finer cocoa- making equipment in the world than you will find bur Montreal factory. Try Lowney's Cocoa once and see if you don't want it daily. Sold by grocers. In lOc to 50c sizes, Audience of Hear an Earnest and Helpful Address The Best Way to Make Cocoa Mix .two even tablcspoonfuls of cocoa with two of sugar. Add tablespoonful of salt. Mix grad- ually with two cups of boiling water. to a smooth paste. Bail 5 minutes. Add two of scalded (not boilcH) milk, and beat With an egg-beater until frothy. wncy of Canada, Ltd., Montreal she has not a moment appreciate fully the en- ;HALL -WAS CHURCH MISSION ATTRACT- ING LARGE CROWDS Macleod, Ivov. have been .entertainments and balls or many .kinds in the history of Macleod, but none have equalled the Railroader's' "Prayer" was the keynote of an in- spiring anil deeply helpful address de- livered by the Her. Paul Hull at the women's mass meeting yesterday af- temooii, when in spite of very incle- ment weather large numbers wero in attendance. Among other things he said: "Pray, er is the foundation of the whole spiritual Hfe, tho breath of the soul. The church that is not a praying church cannot have much life growth. Prayer presents something of the difficulty of learning a.foreign language. It requires study and thought, if we. would. learn to pray aright. Kinds of Prayer ''There are many different kinds of prayer; the prayer of recollection, mental prayer, vocal .prayer, prayer of contemplation and others. A very useful example for us to study is the prayer of OUT 'Lord Jesus Christ. 1 have many times In. Canada, 'O, you have no idea what women have to do; to spare.' I ormous amount of work which you'do, but yet I find that Christ prayed in the 'busiest moments of His life. He prayed when the multitudes thronged Him, all-night when weary.with the day's work, and in Gethsemaue 'when 'm sorrow and anguish. Purpose of Prayer ''The prayer in Gethseman-e teaches us "that the purpose of prayer is not to bend God's will to ours, but to har- monize our wills with the will of God. Faith in Prayer "We must pray with childlike faith knowing that God knows what is.best for us. So many people pray for what they think is good for them cr far something to-be averted, that they think will harm them, but they do not know. Once on the battlefield we 'were ordered to ride up to, ride in front of an-d ride away from a hill. It looked: foolish (the men, who wished to storm the hill. The Gen- eral, who sat off at a distance where he could "see'all parts of his army and the enemy, wished, simply to draw enemy? and'the attack was made in due and proper time.. We see only a'small but God, who sees the whole line of the battle, knows and will answer. Be sure that as sure as you pray with faith vast spiritual power will be liberated. Such a prayer shows just that spirit which will liberate spiritual forces. 1 Just as .God stored coal in the earth, ;told them by Mr. Hepher. He has 'indeed proved bimselt lo-be the right man in the right place, deliver- ing: his message in such a, manner. all who Hear it, heed it. Hotel accommodation is at a pre- mium, and w'ith thc large number at- tending, also the crowds that will arrive to take part in the Ranching Commission tomorrow, reminds the builders of the new hotel that the time has arrived for it to he actuall completed .rather, than 'in; course c construction. At the'regular feting of' it .lay until man co-operated the Methodist church' held Monday with God's, purpose and then was j night, the treasurer's report was very brought to light and heat our homes, 'satisfactory. It pointed out that the so if any blessing rests on this mis- sure there is deep The spiritual blessing, it is because you after spark, .imd nothing seemed to 'happen. Yet all the ethor WHS vibrat- ing and tho vibration heal on another heart far away at thy very moment you most needed help. It seems to us sometimes, that tho mechanism of tho world Is so vast that our hearts can do so little, yet if our wills tiulver with passionate desire until tho vi- brations touch the heart of God, then God sends a force to touch othc-r hearts." Kev, Mr. Bull next followed with some concrete examples of prayer in action. The first example- was taken from the 9th chapter of the Acts of the Apostles: "For Behold He Prayeth" "God speaks to Aunanlas. It is very beautiful to know that you are known by name to God. It Is so different from the worship of other gods where the prayer is made only as to a king and not as to one who is known and loved. God knows you, knows what you are doing. Think of the inieuse- ly personal nature of our intercourse with God. Some of the most inti- mate and loving words of Christ were addressed to one alone as to the woman of Samaria. Holy Familiarity In Prayer "There Is a holy familiarity with God when once you have known Him as a friend, and our prayer must have that. Aimauias is the first example we have of the district vlsiior, and like urn-ay district visitors it made the mis- take of thinking some man was hope- less, ily experience is that the most notorious sinner Is nearer a. change than the self-righteous one. Expectation "Often a preacher preaches not ex- pecting to convert anyone, would in fact be surprised if anyone were con- verted, and as a result no one is. BRIDAL PAIR WERE TIED TO HOSECART Medford, Ore., Nov. Mushing brido and bridegroom were tied with ropes to hose- cart from tlio Modford llro de- partment and paraded through tho streets of tho city yestcr- day while; their friends made snapshots of them at street comers. Claud II. JMetz, a member of tho' volunteer brigade, was married to Miss Ilowilta Nor- mide and as tho couple left the Itev. W. T. Goulder's parson- ago they were kidnapped by the "fire boys" and roped side by side on the truck. Flowers wore strewn over the hosecart and the fire alarm bell 'was sounded at regular in- tervals. cd for twenty years and then answer- ed. "St. Monica prayed for sixteen years that her son. St. Augustine should be converted and her prayer was answer- ed. If your prayer not answered here, it will be in Paradise. Your prayers will enrich'you yourself, your home and the church." CHRISTIANITY IS REAL TOUCHES THE LIFE blc hat of nil first1 01B-l'Ud1' UI UIU year. -me spiritual messing, it as Because juu very rapid- and thousands in the old land have the t- eve these made ,liome nf railroad men, and -to feel at home. The hail, which was a new one in "fthe Leather block, was sparkling ".with newness and was pronounced by all to he the -best yet, with its maple floor, soft lights and plenty or ven- tilation. The only objection spoken of was the'crowd "which filled the spacious ha.ll and enjoyed the ball un- til an early hour in the morning. Rev. G. Hepher is meeting with great .success in. his mission to the people of'Macleod. The church, which is crowded-each service with eager worshippers to hear the truth in a simple way again bringing a friend Sunday school and Bihle class -work is in a growing stage. It is found difficult to provide teachers for all the new scholars. with _thcin, to hear the for the wreck. in putting new power into your pray- er is to show you prayer in action and working force. Because I know how easy it is to lose courage in prayer and to say I have prayed for years and nothing has happened. Three Parts in Prayer "The three parts into intercessory prayer are your 'will, the will of God and the will of the person or persons for whom you pray. Is your prayer intense and real, or do you deserv.e the condemnation of God on those who approach Him with hearts fai away? Prayer must be a real quiver- mil0 row through the heavy surf to ing of the will. I have stood by the land. The captain blames a new corn-) wireless telegraph operator on ship- board and watch him firing spark COMPASS WAS "DEFECTIVE Halifax, Nov. schooner New Rome, Captain Wilson, of Bar- N.S., from Montague, P.E.I., with produce, went ashore on the western reef of Thrum Cape, at the entrance of Halifax harbor shprtly after midnight. The crew had a three Pray with the utmost expectation re- membering the angel's words to Mary, 'With-God'all things are possible.' I am sure there are young men in Leth- bridge who are chosen vessels to They may toe hanging about barrooms but that is nothing to us, for are to pray with expectation for them. If you had a list of names according to the needs of your church and nol alone your friends to pray for, you would accomplish great things." The second.! example of prayer in action was based on the 10th chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. What Hell is "Remember, no one will ever go to hell by accidentv Hell is not a place but a state, which we kindle in our Is Prc-Eminently a Religion of the Body, Said Mr. Bull "Christianity, pre-eminently a reli- gion of the body as shown in the sac- ramental aspect of the universe" was the subject -ji a masterful, scholarly and inspired address by the Rev. Paul! Bull in St. Augustin's church last evening, when the church again filled. He based his remarks generally on the story o[ the woman who had an issue oE blood, and who touched Christ's garment ami was healed and particularly on the words, "Who NOT'JUSTAS BETTER THE- REAL "ENTENTE CORD1ALE" Mrs, .Britannia, Madame and "Slack Knight" Thceasyshininjf stove polish in the great big .can. It's a paste use. Black Knight lOc-STOVE POLISH-lOc. No trouble light rubs bring the shine. hearts. Hell-is not for the Ignorant or weak who determine their wills i spite of the will and against the love of God. The undying flames are the remorse which comes when we realiae that we have lost our capacity to love God. Hell is to lose power to, see or hear God and to kill our capacity for loving Him. The ones who crucified Christ were not the harlots and out- casts, hut the Pharasees, so that we should remember that hell is likely for us if 'we wander from God, even though hlessed hy God with so much light, and we should never apply it to anyone else.' Intensity and Earnestness "Oh, let us be in earnest and in- tense in our prayer. I have nict many good Mohammedans and Hindu who worshipped God with a zeal that puts us to shame, who do not care to spend three minutes with God. Their prayer is much more acceptable to God not because of their faith, but in spite of it. Ministry of Angels I have had my own life affected to ecstacy out of our religion. Eternal Life Now touched me." "Our he said, "is differ- ent from all other religion -in this that Christianity is pre-eminently religion of the body. y understand that, understand why the church uses sac- i ramcuts. God wants your body, Christ sees all the need there is the hospitals and on beds Until we real- we will never sick- ness, He has no hands to re- lieve that need until you lend Him your hands. He hears the unkind word spoken and He needs your lips to speak His love. "Christianity was born, when tho Son oi God enshrined His divine na- ture in a human body. The beginning of oiir religion IS the Incarnation. Our Lord came to save body as well soul. So often infirmity of the OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IN EVERY SACK Quit MONEY BACK KGBS'J HOOD MILLS LIMITED GAIGARY body is'a symbol of that weakness of' through tho bread am! wine we rc-[ me the soul, that takes the joy and ceivc I-Iis life mid light.; Our Lpcd through this whole lite used the touch. He lifted up the children in His arms, He touched and healed the ______ _ _ "Eternal life if not a future He' anointed of tlic ise but a -present possession. blind man, He put His hand on the that believed! 'in -Me, -hath eternal ffidow nf Nain's and He took life.' 'This is eternal life, that -tliey Jairus' daughter, by the hand. So might know Him and Jesus Christ that material (hint's arc the vehicle whom He hath sent.' (of the inner life. "How many persons try to enter into a 'fuller life by drugging ctm- science with pleasure or ambition, spendin which re-1 mcnt of madness. He was a very :iet boy. I never that he was an anarchist. He left me on Nov. G, saying that he was going to Bordeaux to embark for America where lie in- tended to set up IB the painter's busi- ness as ho saw no opportunity for him in Pirns." Views of the Universe "What do vou think- of the universe? ing hours and hours at bridge, arc materialists and see should be consecrated to God, spirit no God, on y the mechan- because they dare not be alone. When lcal once our bodies arc really the temple They deny Others the ex- of the Holy Ghost we are never lone- ly, for God is with us. "Then at last the woman crept up istence of matter altogether. The sacramenlal interpretation of the uni- verse satisfies our reason for it says to Jesus, 'Who touched Me The tllc universe is but the g.ir- discipics said, 'Crowds throng Thee ment ot U'c sacrament is and saveth Thou, who touched hut a which Jlislove Yes, but only one touched Him Vith! passcs to us' TIlc wine faith. Faith did not create His pres-i vel1 of s Presence. ence in the garment, hut it perceived i ''cn m -vou (ire Ulc Him. So in the sacrament we bv lntensc llesire vll'ralinS through faith do not create Him in the bread "niversc until it strikes the heart, and wine, hut we perceive Him. aml Ile scntls an I" many times by angels appearing me. I think it is a grevious loss in spiritual life that we absolutely for- get the ministry of angels. Surely if Christ could be ministered to by an- gels, so may we. I am sure there arc thousands of men in Lethbridge not and surrounded by angels', lias left.'soul in sucli a way that oven death is a perceptive faculty and a tive faculty. Perceptive, seeing God, and receptive, living surrender of life to Him. your assistance. Tile Kiss of Clod "The materialist says a mother's hiss on the forehead is just dust to "How strange that Christ, enthron-; ('ust 3'ct we know it blc-nds soul to up in religion, who long for something more than they have. Pras for them that they may ne brought in God often in very startling ways over rules all. Do you not see that in tense reality in prayer liberates spiritual forces beyond our control? Thanksgiving In Prayer "Do make thanksgiving a regulal part of your prayer. Someone has said if you only have live minutes prayer, devote one to realizing God's presence, two to thanksgiving and two to aspiration. Our Lord showed great pain at ingratitude, and surely there is no baser or more cruel pain in human life. Thanksgiving is the secret of loyousness, and joyonsness is the vital part of'the Christian re- ligion which attracts others. ".Persevere with prayer. Mr. Glad stone, whom I consider the prince of Englishmen of former times, had time to write 'The Impregnable Hock of tlw Holy Scriptures' while governing nn empire. There Is no possibility your prayer life being healthy un- less yon put God first. Gordon, when commanding the forces In China, used to put a little Hag in front of his tent n token'that he was spending an hour In meditation nnd 'prayer. With- out his regular hour with God he could not do his work or lead his army to victory. ou can bring benefit on your homes and make your duties much lighter If yon spend a half hour In prayor. I havo known prayers pray- His garment on the earth, so thai The Well Selected and tempting moats sold at, tills Moat; Market'' grow tip fine men and wo- men. All tlio children like oui1 meats letiibridge Meat Market J. MURPHY, Proprietor Majestic Theatre Block, Phone 635 cannot .sever. Bread wine of the sacrament are fiod's kiss on i sin stricken world. present ev- erywhere, but; unless you find Mini somewhere you will- liiid'-'iifm no- where. So often people, who pray at no particular time, soon pray not, at all. God has appointed sacraments as points at which lie touches Hie soul. Khali we not resolve to per- form His dying command 'and receive His undying life and love The Saviour's dying request, is, 'Do this, in remembrance of Me.1'" POLICE HOLDING SUSPECTS IN CONNECTION WITH ASSASS. INATION OF SPANISH PREMIER Paris, Nov. Paris police searched the Anarchist quarters and detained a number or Anarchists suspected of possible con- with Manuel Pardinas, the assassin of tho Spanish premier. Augustln Paradlnas, brother of Ihe assassin, lives in Paris and is a cab- inet maker. Ho expressed great hor- ror at. tho crime and said: "Manuel must have acted In a mo- ili's Mrs. Edwards round always ready to lend a hand with the cooking, i That nourishing home-made Irish soup of hers is a real dish-of-all-work useful in a hundred ways. It's fine and tasty by itself. It's the secret of a savoury sauce. It's the making of a made dish. And, to bring out the goodness of your own soup and gravies and hashes and meat puddings there's nothing like adding Prime beef and the finest of Irish vege- what Mrs. Edwards puts in it; nothing but what's pure and delicious. As there is no strong added flavouring, it will blend perfectly with any other soup. Ktmembir to bait it jar half an hour. 5c, per packet. Edwards' Dttjecuttd Snips tire made in three Tomato, While, The Drown variety ha Illicit, Mtinshirtg prepared from beef ami fresh vtgetables. The other two arc purely vegetable soups. Lots of dainty new dishes in our new Cook Book. Write for a. copy post fruo, S. H. El. ESCOTT HARMER Winnipeg Representatives for Manitoba, Sask- atchewan and Alhnrta, ;