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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE f F.Y HEK A LD 'Monday. November ISHi, 101: Be Wise and Place your Orders Early for CHRISTMAS CAKE PLUM PUDDING We make a specialty of I'lincy cakes of sill kinds and for all occasions. We solicit party orders and can fill your wants complete. Spec- ial order for Xmas goods will bo promptly attended the earlier yc-u give us tho order, the better. When down Town, visit our Tea Room If you are spending a busy day down town shopping, and need sonic you will find this the best place in town for a light served ai all hours. 'REV. PAUL BULL CLOSES T Get your friends to meet you here and discuss the days' ping over :i fresh cup of tea or coffee. hop- KILLIEN'S Successor to W. II. Schweitzer. 3nl Ave, South. Phone u i r> I nl I "Tho whole body of the Church i3 INoted rreacher' 1 leased With body or our groat nisi> priest, an. Results from the Work Here m ITS USI INSURES PURE FOOD. PURE FOOD GOOD HEALTH ID HE fflHFF because 1 think that the pledges of the party ought to be redeemed as promptly as possible, but also fcu-! cause I know it to be in ttie interest Yesterday morning, in St. Cyprian's Church, which was splendidly filled, the Kev. Paul Bull delivered a force- ful sermon on the Resurrection, bas- ing his remarks on St. John "Then tho first day at' evening, being tho first day of the week, when the doors 'wero shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, came .tesus, and stood in the midst, and saith uuio them, 'Peace be unto you.1" Thc reverend gentleman spoke of some of the undeniable proofs we have of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, and pointed out very' clearly tho central position, which "'Christ oc- cupies in the converted life'. St. Augustin's Chiirch was'taxed to 3 capacity and beyond, a con- gregation eager to hear the Paul J3ull deliver his farewell. message from God 10 the Canadian Church in he closing service of the mission last evening. He preached two distinct sermons, both full of loving, prayerful thought, one on "The and the other from Hebrews xii: 1 and il. In his first discourse, among- other things he said: "Christianity'is not a matter between ourselves and God. !i leaches two things clearly: first, the priceless-ness of the individual soul, and second, the soul cannot re- of business that all uncertainly as to.' al'2e its fullness except in fellowship, -what I lie particular items of tariff: Christ taught that if only one had revision as to be should be removed] sinned, and that one were you, then every purl. Of thy is a priest When the minister baptizes, H is you the Church, and Christ Himself who receives the person. When the niin Ister offers the sacrifice, it la yoi and Christ Himself who offers His death before the Father's face. Arc you fulfilling the functions of youi priesthood? Tht Duty of Parents "EVCTV father is a priest In hi: own home. Do you ask blessing before eating? Do you have family reading and prayer? Do you return thanks after the meal? Do you bring up your little ones for God? "God has ordained your fatherhood to be a reflection of the Fatherhood of God. 1 know no better reward than a father received from his child, who said to her mother, while lying on "her mother's breast: 'I know what God Is like. He is like father.' As the father reflects the Fatherhood of God, so in the unselfishness of the mother's love we see the Cross or Jesus, Who saved others. Himself he could not save. So is the self-sac- rifice of the mother, who gives all j and expects nothing. Plea for God's Priests "I don't think anything 'would be more pleasing to God, or more dear to the heart of Christ, that, your pray- ers are goiiig up for the welfare of your Church, and 1 do want, you to re- member if, at any time you are tempt- ed to pass harsh judgment on those who minister, how hard the ministry IONS A MY ST. ALBERT COLLIERIES ARE BE- ING EQUIPPED WITH LATEST APPLIANCES the largest producer of I Dominion of Canada, will' WOODROW-WfLSON TO LOSE NO TIME )N IMPLEMENTING HtS PROMISES as soon as possible." Hey odd this brief announcement the! governor said he had nothing further to say. Y., N'oy. nor Woodrow Wilson announces that, TORONTO BOY DESPERADOES Toronto. Nov. three boys, iJie oldest of whom is fifteen, arrest- ed last night -for the mysterious immediately after" bis inauguration as shooting of Bosheff, a Macedonian, on president he would call November 13th, pleaded guilty this dinar, y session oi congress to convene not.later than April j5 for the pur- pose of revising the tariff. The president-elect sailed for Ber- muda Saturday afternoon for a vaca- tion and will return on Dec. To set at rest in the meantime specula- morning. They were remanded for a week. "We told him to throw up hli said oue of them, when tell- ing of the shooting of Bosheff. "When I tired be Just said then fell backwards." tion as to what he- would do with re-} The hoys claimed that they did not ganl to tarifi revision, he issued the; intend to kill Bosheff but that he foIlowiniT statement J hadn't thrown up Ms hauds In the shall cail congress together in' approved western stylo such as the} cvlracrdhiary session not later than had read in dime -novels, and there 1 shall do this 'not cnly fore they had fired the shot. the Son of God would have come to die for you The difference between our religion, and that, of the Moham- medan or the Hindu is that Christ has exalted the personality.; Each one of you is as priceless as the one sheep for which, in the parable, He left the or the.piece of silver stamped with His image (for we are stampe-d with His or the prodigal son whom the 'Father saw and loved, while he was yet a great way olf. If the mission has caused one soul to say, "I will arise and go.to my 'we Well know that the heav- ens have opened, and we have heard the Father's glad cry, "This my son was dead and is alive; he was lost and is found." Possibilities of Our City "Rejoice with Christ said, "for I have found my sheep that was lost." The individual cannot realize person- ality without fellowship. You were born into socity. and from the first breath you draw, you owe much to society. could not be at ail with- out the fellowship of society. 80 the man, who tries to live different and separate from his society, is a selfish anarchist, who takes all aud gives nothing. You o'we something to your family life, your city's life, your na- on's life, and the life of your Church. Here you have a bright, beautiful city on the plains, with such possibil- ities! To realize the possibilities of your city is to sanctify It from its birth, consecrate it to God, and to see that the will of the Lord Jesus if carried out in your city's counsels. No city can he wholesome without in- dividual moral fervor, so that if Jesus came. He woukl find much !.o praise and -nothing that would hurt Him. While all the nations of the world are watching the birth of a new na- tion, the one anxious thought which oppresses the souls of us, who come: from the Old Land, is that you have not. the Bible in your schools. What can be the future of your morality, if you do not build on the impregnable rock on which your fathers buikied? Nothing can make a nation strong un- leas put the glory of God first. The Body of Chrisi Then there is the .larger fellowship of the Church. In I Cor. xii., 'we read, "Ye are thc body of Christ and sev- erally members thereof." "This brings said Mr. Bull, "to the future of your Church. One of joys of the mission has been' the harmony with which thc three; parishes havu worked. 1 want (hat, to go on 10 the end: no strife; no schism in the body. "Tho Church is not a collection of If you know the sins of your clergy well, they know them, too, and often with a crushed heart go on. performing the duties of their min- istry. Remember they are set on a hill, where, their sins are known by all, and their sorrows only by them- selves. K one member suffers, the whole body suriers. Calf to Service "Christ has no hands and no lips until you lend Him your hands to do His work, and your lips to proclaim His gospel to those in heathe-n lands. Whatever your work, do it from hence forth in His name and for ?Iis love, and then you will be fulfilling your Edmonton, Alia., Nov. AI- iert Collieries, Ltd., a subsidiary Company of thc Canadian Coal and Coke Co., the coal in the complete its new shaft, 3S feet diameter and 300. feet in depth, at the mine, nine miles northwest of Edmon- ton, before the close oi the year. IL is announced that shipping will begin early in .January. The shaft, built entirely of cement, the first of its kind in Canada, is IS MADE WITH ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR Light flaky bread requires good flour scientifically milled under the best conditions. Our flour Is also carefully inspected before shipment. It is the housewife's delight and when once tried il always .used. THV ONK SACK AND BECOME A DOOSTICR Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH function as the bc-dy of Christ." Far'evvell Remarks two-thirds completed. Sixty 'men are at work on the mine and an 800- horse-power.. engine is unwatermg the shaft. The Canadian Northern and the Interurhan Gas-Electric roads have spurs to the mine and these willj And our lives would be all simshim be used in hauling the products oi the mine to Edmonton. Rev. Paul Bull Gives Very Practical and Helpful Advice If our love were but more simple, should take Him at His word; The first seam, 300 feet in depth, is: said to he good commercial coal.j When the mine is in full operation j 1000 tons daily can lie handled with the present equipment. The company is planning lo send its output to var- ious points in the provinces oi Al- berta and Saskatchewan. The St. Albert property square miles and the entire area In the sweetness of our Lord. Anyone passing St. Augustin's church yesterday afternoon towards five o'clock would have 'heard the words of the above well known hymr falling from the lips of 'between two and three hundred men. Rev. Bull, tho m-eu's nmu, "was holding a is! special meeting for "his lads" as he believed to contain coal, every cubic j calls them. It was an inspiring sight [foot of which will be mined. Seven to see.men Rev. Paul. Bull addressed his fare-! hundred and lifty thousand dollars' well remarks'from Hebrews and j will have been expended before the 2 "Wherefore, teeing we also are compassed about with so great cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset UK, and let us yuii with patiencft'W race that is set be- fore us. Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before Him, endured the Cross, despising the shame, and Is set down at the right hand of "Wo said the preacher, "as far as the mission is concerned, our Lord enthroned, lie has triumphed. He has 'won our hearts. My one de- sire is how you keep kindled this love of God. Remember, first, that joy in; first ton of commercial coal is brought to the surface. WAS MAKING ROUGH-HOUSE AND SHE PROTECTED HERSELF E all ages, and young boys with upturned faces drinking iu the words of a man whose very -being was 'surcharged with God's message to poor suffering humanity. 31 Bull chose for his text the 8th verse of the Acts of the Apostles, "Hut ye shall receive power, after that the 'Holy Ghost is coma upon you, and ye shall be witnesses unto Me, both in Jerusalem and in' all Judea, and In Samaria ami unto t- uttermost 'part "of the earth." The sneaker pointed out that what man wanted at the present day more than anything else was power from "on high: The life of man is an untold mystery and even scientists will tell you.-they know nothing of real life, which comes and goes in spite of all Calgary, Alia., Nov. _.. God is the fruit of thanksgiving, and! Gardner, formerly of Portland, Ore., mir ueseechings. While w0 have it if we continually thank Him for ev-lwas shot twice and'seriously wound-; can do with it what we will, but erything. Me will give us His joy; and! ed last night by his wife during ai when God calls it we have to let ,it second in the hour of temptation, re-j family quarrel. Gardner and his wife' go- We cannot remove it. What are member the great crowd of witnesses.) are at different hospitals in this cityj you doing with your life? LIfe la You are not fighting y li God (s weighing up e make against Satan. God will pro- tect us, if we are In the right place. Ycurs is a great battle, for you, ea-eh single one, bear tho responsibility 'of the Holy Catholic Church of God." anr uauie moiie. LUC jiitier sunning utmi snuih, ny- correspondent witn us environment. very effort you {stcria and bruises indicted by her hus- i When first some little speck of dust band. j begins to respond to its environment Gardner came borne Saturday even- that is life. The eye does not create ing under the influence of liquor, ac-j light. It only responds to th0 light cording to neighbors, and a light iol-, just as the lungs, respond to air but WILL IRK TO PUI IT air. So it is with the DOMINION EXCHEQUER TO BE RAIDED BY ONTARIO-OWNED RAILWAY lowed. Furniture was broken, and the; do not create woman was badly bruised about the. soui n-hlch does "not "create "reiigloi head and body. Breaking away from silllply reBnonds her husband Mrs. Gardner seized a] God To obmln calibre revolver and fired three 'times, two bullets taking effect. One! of the missiles entered Gardner's left1 j shoulder and another pierced his left forearm. "I was afraid he would kill me so I shot .said the woman. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner came to i'al-; Ottawa, Out., Nov. gov- lodged against her. eminent has promised Sir James j Whitney that another attempt will G _ be n.Mde this session to pass the bill of last .session grant ing a federal sub- sidy in tin1 Teiniskajnin.g and North- ern Ontario railway. Thc subsidy, with thc usual rate oi! Per mile, would abrogate to thc will of eternal life there muat response to the will of God. 11 r. Hull also dweit briefly on the freedom of thc will and said there 'was very little room for debate on that subject. Said [he speaker: "When anybody talks about not, be- ing responsible for his actions. I say gary two months ago from Portland lw is responsible. He says 'I am not.' Gardner was engaged in the retail li- W> 'wm >'otl Set :i Doctor's cer- quor business. Mrs. Gardner is under A! last be begins to under- guurd at the Holy Cross hospital and Those who are not resiion- cliarjjp nf attempted murder will be wo troat :is kindly as we can." In tho heart of man thoughts words, words lire-ad deeds, and so on. The life of man is the movement of tlie will between two opposite points. LOT OF MEN Edmonton, Nov. Unliingwood supervising eriRineer for I the Dominion yovernmont, said In Ed- tliat fil'te011 individua, some people Tr r souls were converted, and then agreed lasi I Uo.i work M' the Grand Trunk Pacific ito worship together. The Church be-j Railway is lo lie completed by L9H. There Ifi always before you a good About Self Control -Referring to the subject or self control Mr. Bull said that passion weakens the will. Within ourselves lies the passions. We see man's in- terior made up conscience, will and passion. Belt control and the right development of our hodies is one of the things which will secure a young man a clean and hotter life and right instruction the boy at nn early age should never he lost sight of by all parents. To allow a boy to go cut into life un'warned and untaught about the development of his life is like allowing him to go towards a precipice blindfolded, if a father does not teach bis lad pro- perly the boy will pick tue knowledge up iu some impure maimer, but if he receives instruction at home from a godly parent the -boy will look upon the situation in a pure light. It is preposterous to tench a child at school all about flies and elephants. There must a reaching for high moral tone building. It is for want of proper teaching ihat young lads this city have fallen into evil ivays. Mr. Bull remembered in Enf and meeting a. boy who thought him- self a man. He said to him: "You hink you nre a man bectiuse you can smoke your first and swear." That uot manhood. When re tempted to go wrong light yr battle for tho sake of others and will win the vlcMwy. J your own sake hut for illf all the little children, amUf the appeal will i'ht hearts of young fellowiri ver; generous and appeal' wlliV. very often everything A Clean City Mr. Bull impressed upon his ers the necessity of standing for everything which will aid m muk- ing a clean and pure ''''J'. was glad he would.be able to write (o the Archbishop of Canter- bury and tell him that Canada pos- sessed it magnificent type of manhood Men. however, must witness for Christ and assist in bringing others to a knowledge of a personal Savio The success of a nation or a depends largely upon the character of the men who are at the head of affairs. Mr. Bull also referred to the drink and gambling vices and said that these should be wiped out :i> they deteriorated the soul. There is only one way and that is the pathway to th-3 Father's home, and 'We should always bear in mind that "to love" is the perfect tense of the verb "to live." Mr. Bull's address was one brm- ming over with heart truths and the' men who heart1 it could not. bin be deeply imr.re: