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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 9. THE LKTHDRinGE DAILY Tuesday, October 28, 1913 COWAN'S PERFECTION COGOA pure Sold Eivtjurtiert Chicago Wotkes Maker an cellent Impression in First Convention Address "Wlval shall it profit a munity if it gjlns the whole world and lose its Boys snd j .Girls." tie above as the tusbg .volnt for tUe thought I wit.1! better personal tjtictency as J worker the delezatei to I litb annual convention of the AK1- P' I erta Sunday School Association g led down yesterday to discuss prob- 1 leras of ciial to'the work, j Y The number o! dvlepites from out- i "f f Me points IE not as large as was I V K expected hut tbey are theroaghly reV; of Southern Alberta iron; tbe main iiue (rf the C. r. R. f Trio started at -1.30 -i; o'clock in tbe afternoon with a :jl vctioaal sen-ice conducted by p Dr. and were continued, at j I uight with a miss meeting which j tiree (Barters filled Knoi Chi-TcS.I J It was a tine audience for tbe first Kith'.tinE. If the enthusiasm started last nisb't counts, the will grow, and there will be a packed tbiiTcS tc-nigit.' J.-L: Aiftar.der. Ot. Chicago, superintendent of the sec- i cndarv division of the International Sunday School association was the ream attraction, he made good. A elder of the third genera- Uoh. he -possesst-s the -bubblitig wit ?-ui5 spiritual f Dthusiasm of a Metto- ot the toys o' tie "Circuit Kiiier." and the audience con- Eiantiy on the iiui live the nevt sally or epigram. There was no dim- flclerie decader-cc to the address. Mr.. Alexander was inspiring all the-war (hrb-Jgh. and only foe densest of mas- ;kind could dr. under the spell of vision without being innccalated with the coiilaEion. He is not a big roan; I.' physically, but be is a sturdy one in-1 f l.-tellectsally, and back of'it all is tieT-' spirit .wMeh counts IZB ii comes to ilrl Alerander's say that last jlS'nigbt vraa only a starter. Thai-he I Oori't Low tho is: religion IsuT troo-J .fur his boy. ff father's pautaloons cut voa't fit tlLO boy how r.bcL-t bis religion. TILC a pr-.t of tti-- 3ucili> School is lu the life oC Jesus C'.'iml. Tbcro is very littie 01 a CfcristiE'iiiy u! head it is not of the ,Ufe. The of education in the Word of tied is thstt men may gei ihe .of service. Jesus (.'hrjst just Ood spelUus Hixseif out in hum- aniti- so that you act! I u-ould know how lo live. I challenge je-.i to caico any great national or inter- Ihi- ptir.ripies i'-l tLo Scripturf so that all of lite Is uiadt Chtisliau. There is little use a Christtaaily o! the tfid and cot'of IhV liff. Ttev inust br educated so, thfj .will liie their hllovs. pdu- i-atior. iu trrf iroul ol (led makes turn catch a vision ot service. The Sunday school is a srrat edu- cational forcf because o! Ifadrrship. Stagsen the Imagination The immensity of the Sunday school in statistics On the North American Continent ate te.tchecs ar.d otlkjrs, and in the world AniiJst applause the chal- lenged an) oce to name any steal busir.ess worthy ol lional reputation of the head is not either a or a i teachrr Q! a man's ilible cla-'s. The scliwl eniliusiast. He got uoii is srcat because tht immrnse croivd standing. All those -Aho atiny of teachers aod give .uo w.irM-is in Stiudiy Ihase Iheir service for luvc. ivlin ao, ar.d who have lone.' The Sunday school teucUcs ci fry he got thnn to fill up ajf from the infant to the ire frnr.l scats. It iloni- so SCin. This, through roll cri -jrly f.eiyor.e complied acd there was ar, tj thr home noiicfabli' ot huraor. Tbtn hy tie growth cf mw's llible ihssrs started (o surj.t. Atd Mr. Altnandei said >e witr.esst.1 a he speaks. Tl.o wotiis flow j parade in I'hilaWf.hia in which inn hrninwr There is aloCO members cfasscs oi aawitty acd marched and tWy to h thf and thrrc nas. Philadelphia and ucinity. There are soraetliipj; cl the Irishman's v.-it, ev-j men in lli'sle classes en this rn if that nation's was not a: N'crth AiiKTicaii Continent. The prob- ivsstitveat in the sceaU-r's lent jf the cl.urcb. is to gel and Mr. Alexander is a plpssing speaker'woaioa lo wort. men to report his is H'te a but nevir spueK a diflprenl His style hard encujh )o let any cut running repurt or i CoiiCni'mj. the speaker told iho It is a raK-iEK force tii the school in iecatins ic- Shols firt-J ;orr.t, a scope of influence 'which Shoes of Quality Can be had at the Foot in better values time else in Southern Alberta We have all the best makes in ccncisc synopsis, v cf pointed cpitrani i like lots School. LTiat Cjiurch is to get wotucfl to work. Seme raeii are sponge, Tbey taSe but aerer squeeze VCE hard eiioush to !et any Tte Sunday School strike great for free- dom from everything that harms. The Sunday School sianfis pr.veiniacndy for tnyalty to Jesus Cbiist and His Church else. comele LHustEp.tioiis vhich wtrocer-: Christ His t-hurch and lor noth- tamly appropriate, "The else. in the Cilucatior-sl Eitltl is ib> .S'JLdhy p-jhool. H is big because of its .ofc- v jsetives, chief of which is to see CT- man, boy or girl, ii.tro- cuceti to Christ. ?Ir. Alexander argued that the fathers toligion is not aoi-d ABOUT EIGHTY HORSES STAMPEOE IN TORONTO. Toronto, pet. by an" eneine, about SO horses broke loose froDi the city slcel; To- enough for the sen. the son'starts where the father ends' and gels vision greater ideals. Tlie j lather's priiilcge is to lead his boy I or girl to Christ and .let them grow. Another is in jufcuv yui_- by the Jews and ihe Chrisiion Church .gets bettET as the convention pro-1 in tvjc early Christian era. Durins the and th> good things are "yet to come. Toaigat oa the "Challenge of the Teeri ace to the Reformation Luther found-d Sunday school instruction as early as 1523. These were not exactly on our mod- Saturday and started on a wild rampage through the city. Some or the -animals found their way down avenue, .while others were captured ia College street neap Spa- dina Crescent. inter Wear W. J. Nelson Co. .The Foot Toggery. >Sherlot'k Building '.Province' of and tte FeaUaEJern lints, Wt a beeinmag. About be at a pre- Lasi vTiigbt'tvas" civic too. Mayor liacdie. there to express tte civic weicorae, and as is ctislom- ary op" SUcti his 'Worship dia the %'Ay. _ of local tpnimUtee of- rarranse- beins ty Prorlnciaf Secretary "W'irrr, "who made chalr- mau's tTS'enty-felght. years' of coutinn- o'js superintendent Mr. Hieinbotham Tvekomed the.del- egates and paid to the Sun- riav school a 'factor in the life a! the nation......... Mayor Hardie was tuen introduced, and delivered'a very pleasing ad- dress. The Civic Welcome Hardie slid: Sunday schools are the most characteristic and com- agencies for religloug la-, structaon the world has erer known. 'At the pre-ent time there rnuel be ab- cut and officers, and. more than scholars and others connected with tie Sunday school TrorX Is of very ai> .It was-practiced both When cook Has Edwards' Soups tjcVmJ wonders with ihe in ihc tilchen. Thos: latder co'J liiilc odds and end! of itie maVts into tpkndid Kasha. She Srst boils Bdwatds' Soup for hilf-an-hoor flvn tt r'entf e{ M Biku t hiih. FDWARDS Of all To bt had from whokule and re- H. Er far Manitoba, Saskatchewan cott Winnipeg, Represtn the Roman Catholic bieliop of Milan' instituted Sunday j school work along lines praciicallr such as are in existence today. John ibliEted S'jnday Echools in as early as 1550. In and it met stony opposition, be- the teachers Sting paid, put it n the class of, iahor and a violation of the Fourth Cominaoiimeni. A great, many Sunday schools ex- attd before 1T51, in .which vear Rallies first establishes his Sunday chool. But none of these defract from the of Raites'beiDs; the fatber and ouoder of tbx: modern Sunday school sjfitem. a citizen ef GJotfccilor. Bngland. and proprietor of the Olou- rMtt.- JoiitTial. lu the city ol Glou- cester many youths of both sexes employed in the pin ana other 'vtories, who ran wild on Sundays1. He conceived the idea of giving these soys and girls both secular anil ye- ions Instruction on Sunday, and employed four female teachers for this purpose. Mn 1784 Sir. Ralkfs T.-jtf- lished in his paper an account of his f'Dich 50 impressed John Wes- ley -that 'he reprinted it !n the Ar- menian StasaziaV. and escorted his people to take H up. From this dale cmwa-rd ire find. that the Methodist church has played the leading put in the Sunday school development. Of course in modem Sunday school all the churches have a strong and prominent part. TheEne- Ish Church, llfce the Presbyterians; for other reiaons, opposed it for some but gradually fell inlo line. But even at the j-resent time, they, like the Catholics, have a sep- arate orgjinlzaliom. The passage .In the system of Sun- day school paid teachers voluntary teaching has, in my estimation, beea the real cause of its great modern success. H Is a. work that hafi enlisted the most eminent and successful business men in it3 numbering presidents of the United States, chief. Justices, and many othera.. It is estimated that the value In time of voluntary service in this work represents OVIT rer annum. In concluding, his .Worship said: "You of this convention know much more than I do o! this wort. It will 111 hec-ome me at this :irne to try to go Into a statement of the'many de- partments of fiui.daj school work. My real fiuty at this time is lo convey to you a hearty to our rity. I "This I do in the name of liis city I au.feCrrtiu in Iho racst ricaily'rMm.' nTi'. 6'ncerely hope will youTEelvtE, and tbnt ycnr eratlons Trill lie satisfactory and of [real universal b'.r.cfit." Mr. Alcxandtr't AKer a solo Kiss Sirom, (he gifted Chicago man, was He didn't like (hp solemnity ol ttie II was tou quiet for In The Character Tfe Styles hi The Economy Of Its Prices The greatest ana most tremendous sale of women's Suits any Letktmdge store ever promoted at this time of year One hundred and forty Fall Suits adopted from exclusive foreign A large assortment of styles and .The materials are as new as the morning. sizes. Of in "an xoi r1 4 SURE CLEA Our big loss your big benefit Reg. and 00 All Sizes Reg. and 5f) All Sizes Reg and 00 All Sizes The above Suits be cleared in the .next few days. Come early and select your be amongst the fortunate ones. T H F R O Y AI O K F A M, A JLJ JIV a, JTTL A SOUTHARD BLOCK 5123rd AVENUE SOUTH ;