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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIlBRinfiE PATT.Y ITERALn A SMART WALKING SUIT Th� etsat reached well below the hips, closes at the top with a square tab. the fronts being held together for the rest of the way by the wide belt, that also Is of the polo cloth, buttoned at the side with acarlet balls. The long aleeves are cut with the body and finished with deep close-fitting cuffs with buttons, and the neck Is comfortably snug with a narrow roll-over collar to finish it. 7 EASTERN BRAND You men who love outdoors ought to know our caps. There's so many kinds of weather when a hat doesn't belong-and a snug fitting, warm and good looking capis just exactly the tiling. If you have thought that there wasn't any such thing as style to a cap- guess again! There's style and "claaa" in every Eastern Brand Cap. You certainly ought to see one-and when you see it, and try it CD, you'll buy it. SCHRANK WANTS BULLET BACK WOULD LIKE IT PRESENTED TO THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY Milwaukee, Wis.. Oct. 1!'.-Coloucl i HooseveU's assailant, .lohn Schrank, TENETS OF CHRISTIAN SGENCE EXPLAINED Large Crowd Heard Mr. Strickler's Lecture at Y.M.C.A. Last Night Tlic aiiditortiim of tin' Y.M.C.A. was cro\v(ie\ lilt. 11 iiiiiiinu- ^c.bib.ted yesterday .or the first tne|.. . fenced for 30 (."'"�. and was brought . , , , , ., ,. . ,, ,,, .-..-L?' f-o'' each one ask himself that anes- to the tier oi ceils where fechrank is ^j^^ * incarcerated. Papers containing news' .r.,' .^,,, j .i . i i of the attack had been denied the! f I'r.stian Science -shows that sick-prisoner and for that reason John '�"*,�'-^ 1^^''^^ in mortal mind, Ll,n,l.- ,in,= nr.i Vn^vv 1 hp Pnn.lit.irm '""i 'esult frQf|^|b6 Operation of this so-called mind.' * God .Schrank does not know the condition of his victim. "Is fol. Roo.sevelt still alive '!" asked Schrank, oi Bailey, who au- ' swercd in the aninnative. t Schrank did not reply but'walked to his cell. Schrank was given a shower bath today and new underclothing was also purchased for him by the jailer. The prisoner spent a very quiet day in the small enclosure to which he is WUL EXPOSE THE ROHEN SYSTEM tIBERALS ARE TO PUSH THE ROB-LIN MACHINE TO THE LIMIT oner. One of its provisions is that , the missile which - probably would Tote in con.scquence, has b�en ofi'ered i,ave killed Col. Roosevelt but tor a po-sition by the Roblin governmcnl the manuscript and metallic spectacle in the Hudson Bay district. This is case through which it passed, be giv-considered part of a scheme to head en to a Xew York historical society oft ai damage action which Mr. .Sifton and placed upon exhibition with the threatened to bring against the gov- ^veaiKm in the rotunda of the capitol ernmcnt for .^10,000. In 1910 a simi- building in Albany. Schrank told one lar case occurred when the Liberals of the deputies that he desires the brought an action for false imprison-I bullet back. �ment against the government with thej-- result that the man was given a pro- | did not create them, nor do they result from the op-aratlon'oi spiritual law. In destroying them Jesus did not worlt coutraiy to God's laws;' Christian Sciiiuco insists that Jesiis was coaislstent. He did not do th^J'.wHl of the Father at one time, affd at another seek to overturn His'laws. It follows, then, that if Jesus performed his works in nccordauce with, and by means of, conhncdriayiullharb^ warwiH^^^^ '.a^"' same results must to talk with those coming to him. i �li�never those .Schrank had made his will! it was ! "'^'s understood and applied. 5Ios- ^ learned todav, through a fellow pris-I e� and thp prtgjhets, and .le;us and as "The Luw of God. 'he lew of sood, oner. One iir \tK nrnvi.^i.ins is that, i'"- disciples and'follownr.s. healed the' interpreting and demonstrating tho fiick, raised the dead, and nerfonned divine Principle nmi rule of universal may know how to think correctly. .Vs time goes on humanity exhibits an ever decreasing iulorcsl in tlioor-icB about God that are not helpfid and jmiclical. This tendency has been deplored by tho churches as indicating u loss of Interest lu religion, Init U Is not so. ft indicates a tremendous do-sire for u religion that Is practical. This is an Age of Practical Things. Tho demand for practical things also demands a religion that ia practical. People nro no longer satisfied with theories about what ia to happen in another world. What is detilred is a demonstrable religion that sav�'S from present troubles-from sickness, and sin, and failure, and irnhappiness. and the countless ills of every-day human e.\perluuce-nnd if there is a religion that will do that, it can be safely trusted for the future.  Christian Science is essentially a practical religion. It haM hu-hu1 ( .sliow you .somo improA'-ed and uniuiproxed I'avnis, desirable for de-velopUKMil, or iiivo.^dnour. Jiel, us help you 1:o decide to stay m Southern Alberta ,or ]iut yoii in a position to tell your Irionds a))(>nl the country. We e.\('Iuinge property, no matter where located. Imois-Alerta Realty Co. i i Room 1 and 2, MacDonald Block. Lethbridge, Alberta. WE HAVE A LARGE LISTING OF BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL CITY PROPERTY Asquith&Lindsey Real Estate and Financial Brokers We are the owners of and also have the cxcln�Jv� handlinc �C several;- Inside Busmess ies , Mrs. Eddy. Many people seem to think that Christian Science is some now thing devised by ilrs. liddy, but sacli is not the case. It is defined by its Founder tton in that constituency, aJid Caiidi-! Winnipeg state that tliere will he sur-' P^g. will a Hate H. L. Richardson states that i P^''-'*'ns developments within'the nextjsion for a � . ,,, , ', ^ , ' i'ew davs. Charles Winnipeg, Oct. 17.-Macdonald Lib-1 ernnient. rals have decided to protest the ehec-! Leaders Hon \late the situation will he well taken care ol. it has also beon decided to bring tho conduct of ' the Macdonald llection before the oominlttee on pri-| rileges in eleolions in the House of Oommons as early as possible when lU the Manitoba witnesses will be vjncial position and the costs in the ca.se were paid by the provincial gov- of the Liberal party in EVERYBODY IS DOING IT A COIVIMENDABLE WORK Edmonton, Oct. 18.-HThB Hon. J. R. Boyle, Minister of Education, has puat I ,''eturned from Veitrevllle, where he present to give evidence. Another re-' arrangements tor establishing taarkablo development is that Capt.! English school for fovelgners, ho Ottawa, Oct. 19.-.N'otioe has been received that Mary Kltson, of Winnl-apply to Parliament this ses-a dlvcToe from her husband, iVutoine Kltson, of London, England. Another Winnipeg woman, ..Mae Lillian Hugh, who now lives in Montreal, win apply for a divorce from her bus-band. Herbert Bell Hugh, architect, of Winnipeg. W. Siiton, who was arrested during Ihc election and taken away from St. lAuient, where there was a tremen-loua increase in the Conservative having secured the lease fi-oni Robert .T. \j&nk oi a inuildlng which will he suitable for temporarily houning the school. IV1ICHENER HLRO SOLD Red Deer, Alta., The lllehener hertl of pure-bred HoI.st�'lns, eighty in all, sold yesterday at auction for $14,000. MMMk/kMMkMMMMM/kMMh. You need this coat Whether you golf or motor or drive, skate or snowshoe or walli, the most useful item of your wardrobe will be one of the EXAMINE one at your local meruhant's and you will agree that nothing you own is more beautifully made nor more exquisitely flnisbed. Try one on, and you see that it has the enutf, stylish fit your taste exacts. Subject it to hard wear and learn that it retains its new, smart shapeliness. It must do that, for our Pen-Angle knitting proceaa shapes these improved sweatier coats into permanent fit. Thus they cannot become saggy or ill-fitting, as many garments do that resemble them in appearance only when brand-new. You will be lastingly satisfied witli the sweater coat that bears this trademark. 78 MADE BY Pdnmans Limited PAKIS, CANADA Uaiarwaart H�ai�ry aad Sweatara fir !���, Wfwra chiMraa � A. _ /V A K /. n:Bny wonderful works by means of t.h's power; and in every age the re-3nlt of the operation of niii-ilunl liiv In human consciousness hn? been to destroy discord and to e3tahli.=h pe,ico. What is Christian Science" Christian Science is a religion. It i.s the Science of Christianity-the science of Gcd and man. It reveals spiritual law and explains the operation of that law in its relation to man and the universe. It defies mortixl and Immortal Mind, aad so makes plain the difference between mortal men and man made by God in His imago and likeness. Christian Science pleads for a rational understanding of God in place of tnero belief about llim, and It is urging mankind to look for the real causation in lllnd and not In matter. It declares that God \% not ths author of aln, slckne.ss. or doatli, he';ice these condltioiw are illegitimate and can bo desiroyed by a knowledge of tho truth. It denies that there is any divine authority for man to sin, suffer, or die, and recalls the solemn declaration of the Scripture that God gave ma'n as his birthright dominion over all the earth and over all that It contained, .lesus said, "Yo shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." Christian Scionco says to the tired and suffering man who is wandering about without any dominion at all, that the knowledge of the truth will set him free from his bond-ago to Bin.. BiifterinR, sorrow, and failure, and will give to him that dominion which God said In the beginning belonged to man, A correct undorHtnnding of God, therefore, is necessary *8 the foundation ot' religion. Any system of rellg-ioM teaching that Ib founded upon aa Imperfect or an erroneous conception of God must necesBarlly fall to bring to tho believer comfort and help that he seekB. When we look around aqd see the devotion and fidelity of peo-, pie to their religious beliefs, and then see how oftea they fall to realiio the beneuts for which they seek, it is a lair deduction that.there is aoiue-thing wrong .-ihout their understanding of God Tho prophet Jflfiiih said a man's enemies are they of his own household, and .losus repeated tho statement, 1 used to undorRtand tlieir menniug to be tliat n man's oneniloti were his ov.'n kin, but 1 now realize llmt a mun'� eaamiea are they of his own mental hoiiBehold. Tho mental guostvi or I thoughts (hat wo entertain In our miMital homes nro eUher our frlendH ' or our toes. Hatred, fear, nelMovo, ' and all evil uuaUtlos of thouabt ai'o -AND- Choice Residential Lots Which at present prices are extremely good Investments and a*� bound to increase substantially in,value in the near future. OFFICE: Dominion Building ,Phone Numbers 1183, 1210, 1007 harmony" (Rudiuicntal Divine Kcic-.ice, p. 1). It was undcrs'cood and applied, lu part at lea&t, ly Moses and the prophets. It is tho yanie principle that was und-aratocl and practised by Jo�u.H, by means of which ho poiloriii-fd hlB works. ;t is tlio'samo prlncipln ti\Tt he taug it tu uin disciples, and wiiirh they in '.i i taught to ihcir ula-i til'U-s. Whenovpv it titw been uiiJer-s;..pd and npp'io;! it has been found to oo'i.i'te as a 'iw of aiiuiliibuiou to z\n. disea.sc, and doiilb, and to supvT-pode so-cilled mov. il \\wi?>. �When viiMod from any point Mrs. Eddy Etaudj as one of the great characters of this age. She baa made a discovery in the realm of metaphysics that ox�rts atid must continue to exert a more far-reachini^ InMuenco upon humanity than any discovery over made In the physical realm. She has founded a religion that has restored to mankind the spiritual healing as practised by the primitive church. Within the brief space of one genferat-lon her teachings have vm Impre.ssed themselves upon the public that it would be difficult to find a. place where there Is not a Christian Science church or society, or at least where there are not some Christian Scientists. Mrs. ir.ddy haa been as8a.lled by critics, but that is not yurpvlsiiis. There has 'never been a pioneer of new and better things, a loader of thought, who has escaped from criticism cr whoso IdoalB have not been at once accepted by all, Oitt of all the crltlcUsra and miaundorstandiUK of Christian .Solenco and its Leader and Founder, however, there stands tho fact that It has healed a multitude of people. Sooner or later every person will adopt that system of religious teaching which brings the largest measure of help and hope and consolation, and bo long as any remain who are suffering from unhapplneas or fiickiiess or ylii, Christian Science will offer to them a sure means of fir.ding divine help. CHAMP CLARK'S WIFE A BRICK GOT UP AT PUBLIC MEETING AND REFUTED ATTACK ON HER HUSBAND Oklahoma City, Okla., Oct. 19. - Arising in tlic midst of a large audience in a church in Vinita, Okla., .Mrs. Champ Clarke, wife of the speaker of llic liousc of representatives, pointed her linger at the speaker, 11. T. LauShbaum, and told him he was deliberately niisrcprcscnting the attitude of her husband loivard tlic .Shcpbard-licnyfui bill that was pending before ihu last session of coiigr(-'fis. Laughbaum declared tiiut when every effort possible wa.s being made by the prohibition leaders of tho coiiiury to get this bill reported from the the committee the interference ot speaker wa.s used against them. "That is untrue," declared woman, who arose in the middle' of the house. "I am Champ Clarke's wife antl I know that you are misrepresenting his position. You have no right to do it, and 1 am pleased to tell you so " HOCKEN TO BE INTERIM MAYOR Toronto, 0;'t. IS.-'I'he elevation of Controller Ilocken to the mayoralty of Toronto, vacated by the rCBlgiialloii ot Mayor Geary, is now practically as-i'ured, Alderman .lohn Dunn having retired from the contest, and pledged bimaelf to Controller Hocken. (Controller Church  announces that he will run for mayor next .lanimry. 1 RAMSAY HONORED baltimore, Oct. 18.-Sir William Pcuuisay, tlie diBtlngulshed English ! chemist, today received the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws from Uio .lohn Hopkins University. MISSIONARIES ARE ACTIVE Toronto, Oct, 18,-Rev. J. M. >Vhit"e, Now Westminster, Buperlntendont of Methodist Horn* missions in British Columbia and tlig Vc'Sion. left tonight for I til) West, ir jisyifiiH' hhi diUios. Mr, White said thai"�"''k is grow-ins;; rapidly in tho T\"i!�l, uml that tho nnnnber of mlsBlonRrSfS they have are bolup taxed to tho utmost. A great deal of werk In being rioiio a^iVK i^o Kt'uts ot the r7rau;,l 'I'runU Pacific through from iVliicf ftupEi-t to Fori GBa�iiW\ alFarm For Sale At a Very Reasonable Price This riiriii, covisisi.iiig of 77(5 acres, i.'s situated nine 111il(3s south-east of Lethbriilge and joins Ihevstation at Wilson. The land lies very level, and 700 acres are irnder citltival:ion, 300 acres being read}' for the drill.' . This i'a:rni is all i'enced, and the buildings consist of a neat six room house connecteu with a Jaroe cistern; a largo barn and a good well; besides small shed^s. Cash i� liaiullc, only .$5,000 The Cascaden Land Co. Ofliee 10, Macdonald Block Vann LjuuIk anil City Pro|hm'ty 1 1 1 ;