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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY RBRAtD SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 191fi Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You may be tho best cook in tlie world but if Ihc IcaVen you use is poor you cannot get satisfactory results. Always use Blue Ribbon Baking Powder: it makes the lightest and Ijest pnstr>' and c^kes. Blue Ribbon, the standard of -quality in Teas, Coffees, Baking Powders, Jelly Powders, Spices and Extracts. GRA A HAVE AN-yP DAY ,Ntftgr�th. March Sl.-~Tli(> "cjean-town" niovpment institnted by tlio town council Is to take deflulte form Hitlilf) tlio next week. It \a the full in-tpntloii of tlie licnlth olllcor inul the council to soil to it that avory barn yard and ptnce o� rt'fUEe Is thoroushly , cloatuHl bPl'orc the Ily season starto. jTt was nointed out to tho council by Or. boeinan a short time ago that ' wprt! such a campaign iiudertakou there would be fo'ver flit's and less ! UauKor from thn jirovalont disease I carried about by these insidious peats. \\ similar caiupnlHn was undertaken last year and much real good was accomplished. \Vm. C. Koenig, former manager I of the local branch of tho Royal bank i left this mornini; for Cuba, via New York. Mr. Koenlg e.xpects to spend j a few days with his parents In On- , tario before taking boat for the trop- ', ioal south. I In a recent card to an old Magrath j pal. Kranklln Hlch states that he is 1 still a member of the marine band at-jtuched to the V. 3. ship .Maryland, but Is at present stationed at San Diego, Cal. .Mr. Ridi Is playing his favorite instruinent. tho clanonet. Little Allen Karl, age two years, son of Vice-Prin. J. H. Earl. Is 111 with a I slight attack of pneumonia. ' Billy Maclntyre has just brought in from the George Lane ranch at Milk River, one of the best four-year Perchcron stallions ever seen In this (ilstrict. In color tna horse la a pure black and tips the scales at I'lSO pounds. PRESBYTERIAN / Knox Church �' Corner 4th Ave, and 8th Street S, Rev. A. H. Oenoon, Pastor, Manse 1210 Fourth Avenue S., phone 402 Regular Services Morning and evening. Mualc! Morning' Antheva, "Bread of Heaven," (German), EJvealng Anthem, "Radiant Mom," (Woodward); Contralto Solo, by Miss Simm, "God That Madest Earth and HeaYen," (Sanderson). Gig Sisters Class at 12.30 p.m. Big Brothers' and Boys' Department of the Sunday school at 2 p.m.; , Other departments at S. Chinese . (31as8 at 4 p.m. i St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNlcol, M. A,, Begular Services morning and evening. Sunday School at 2 and 3:16 p.m. Hardieville at 3.30. "~ METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m.: "Jesus Finding the Father's Way." Second in Lenten series. '~7!S5 P-m.; "The Serpent That Talked -Did It, and Does It?" Second on "War in the Garden;of EJden." Music: Morning, "Incline Thine Ear," (Himmel): "Lift Thine Eyes," (MendelBBohn). Erenlng, "Turn Thy 'FUce," (Far-rant) ; "The Hadlant Mom," (Woodward). A Wesley Welcome to these Services Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor 10 a. m.: OiUdren's Class Meeting. 11 a-m.: Children's Topic, Rusty Need-IBS." Sermon, "The Spirit of Sacrl-flee." ^2.45 p-ni.: Sunday School. 4 p,ni.: Men's Own, Speaker Evange-Ilfit Jasper. Bogue. Subject, "Christianity, an Appeal to the Heroic." . Soloist, Evangelist A. L. Webb. ;^.30 p.m-: Rev. Wm. MoNicol, MA,, " of Bt. Andrew's-Church, will preach. Annual Missionary Services. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Higinbotham ^'�'SMocK -Entrance 5th St. and 2nd ; Avenue South Wednesdays-^at 8 p.m. Blbla Class. Sunday--At 3 p.m., to Coinmemorate the Ijord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Bubject: "The Bible Meaning of the Present Disturbed State of the World." 'All, SEATS FREE. NO COLLECTION CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30 a.mi.: Bible School, Place and Welcone for all. 11.30 a.m.: Morning Worship, Sermon, "The Privilege of Being a Christian.'" ' ' ' V.80 p.m.: Subject. "The Significance of the Cross." The seratoDB. to be preached during this series of meetings will have a logical connection and it will be to your advantage to hear ill of ihera. Come early and enjoy all the services. Bring a friend. ANGLICAN St Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th 8t. 8. RECTOR Rev. Canon Murrell-Wrlght, M, A. Holy Communion at S Matins-at 11 a.m. Evensong-At 7.30 p. m. Sunday School-At 10 a-m. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V, McMilien, B.A, Rector Matins, 11 Sunday School and Bible Classes 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-Ist and 3rd Sundays at S.80; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Baptism-ith Sundays at 4 p.m. No celebration of Holy Communior> tomorrow at 8,30. St. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C, N. Holy Communion - Every. Sunday morning at 8 a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at U a.m., and on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Rev, D, Ross, Pastor 11 a.m.: Topic, "Golden Stairs." .30 p.m.: Topic, "The Buring Heart." Noon: Bible School. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N, Baptist Church SUND-A.Y-11 a.m., remembering the Lord's death- Evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting. TXJESD.^Y-8 p.m. Prayer and The Word. THURSDAY-8 p.m. special waiting upon God for tho Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A liEARTY WELCOME TO ALL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meeting at S p.m. READIN'G ROOM OPEN TO EVERYONE DAILY FRO.M 3 to 5 -im. LATTER DAY SAINTS BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on tho Lord's Day for the Breaking o� Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St S. Sunday School-10.30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary Association-Saturday 3 p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave, South, Phone 1493 SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St, Sunday-11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Salvation Meeting-Week Nights-Monday, 8 p.m., Public Meeting, led by Sisters. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. PLANT TREES AND MAKE A REAL HOME and LETHBRIDGE A GARDEN CITY THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE HARDY, HIGH CLASS TREES AND SHRUBS AT REASONABLE RATES. EVER. GReENS; RUSSIAN POPLAR, COTTONW00D8, SHRUBS, CURRANTS AND APPLE AND CRAB TREES. A; MITCHELL NURSERY CO. ', . -v^j,,-. ,- . COALDALE, ALBERTA. NOBLEFORD NEWS Nobloford. March 31.-Mrs. R. W. McDowell spent Monday afternoon in Lethbrlrtge. Rev. W. C. Marsh will preach at N'cwlauds on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. -Miss yi. T. Tackaberry is spending a few weeks with her sister, -Mrs. B. Smith of Calgary. Mrs. Jas. McDowell and daughter Iva spent Tuesday at Coalhurst. Presbyterian church services on Sunday at It a.m. and 7.30 p.m. The subjects will be, morning: "The Church's one I'^oundation;" evening, "The cost of a Sacrifice." A hearty invitation is given to nil. Mr. and Mrs. A. Benoit spent Tuesday in Lethbrldge. The annual meeting of the Presbyterian church will be held in the school house on -Alonday evening, Apr. 3rd. at S p.m. Reports will be given on the church work and other business will be considered. Following the business there will be a short social program and refreshments will be served. All members and friends in the town and district are cordially Invited to atteud- The Red Cross Society paid a visit to Newlands the other evening where several patriotic Items were rendered and an aildress on Red Cross work " V, Rev. W. C. -Marsh, who presided. Mrs. A. S. Buchan, the b,,-a.iijit!niient of supplies, took out material which was distributed to willing volunteers among the ladies present. Mrs. Robt. McDowell presided at the organ and Messrs. Buchan, Fer-rier and McNIchol also took.part in the program. Other visits of the same nature are being planned by the committee. The sewing class meets every Saturday and the Ladies' Aid at their fortnightly meetings' provide sewing for the Red Cross. One parcel has already been sent to the provincial headquarters and another one will be sent this week. THE TROUBLE GROWS Shanghai, March 31.-The troops at Swatow and Chao Fu, declared their independence of the central government on March 29. The United States gunboat Wilmington is at Swatow. The United State.=i cruiser Brooklyn, with Admiral Win-terhaiter on board, is due at Shanghai on April 2. MAILS DESTROYED .\'ew York, .March 31.-Firu which broke out in the mail room of the llolland-American liner Veendyke, while that ship was lying in the Downs, March 1-1, partially destroyed and damaged 6U bags of parcel post mall destined for Canada and .Japan, it was learned today. The ship arrived from Rotterdam. MAYOR HAROIE REPLIES 101, DUil (CoN'Ji.N-UKD yitoM FnoN'T Paob) tho commissioners thq, coat was cut down to a point that councllmaniu government could not possibly roach, bo-cause of tho fact that undor that form of government they must havo competent advice or run all kinds of risks, without responsibility, that would land tho city In n deplorable mess. To o.xomplify; The mayor's ollloe, with more work in It during the last two years than ever In the history of the city. Is run at ft few hundred dollars loss than under the old form of government. This has been shown by llgures so clearly and so many times that It Is not worth while to repeat them here again. The same thing applies to each of tho other commlsslonera. Take tho electric department. The city paid Mr. Reld within $500 as much per year tor superintendent as he got as commlsslou-or, and his office dispensed with several assistants that seemingly wore necessary under the old form of government. I do not think It is ucces-sarj to go on further In this respect as I am fully convinced that If any capable person will go Into all the details, that he cannot but be con-vlufed that what I have said Is correct. The Honor of Office Is Part Payment I do not wish to say just exactly what I feel In reply to this phase of your communication, but 1 must say a little. Where honor Is substituted for payment, equivalent results are returned. The man or city who expects to get something for nothing Is fooling himself or Itself. Honors in time become a burden instead of representing remuneration. Such is my own experience and that of many others, hence one cause of the lack of conU-nulty In office. Any man who would expect to receive the output that I have put Into the mayor's duties In the city of Lethbrldge for less than tho city has paid me. Is a very poor judge of earning capacity. Further, no man under any circumstances would put the effort Into the work that I have for honor and a small salary. It Is not In human nature. The trouble is, Mr. Dunham, that you and many of our citizens do not understand what honest eftort has meant in the mayor's office for the past three years. You can get mayors no doubt for honor and less salary, but they cannot and will not put the work into the office It retiuires. As I said before It is not in the nature of things. If tho work and effort is not put into the office then you will go to the bad, and the great evil of going to the bad in this way is that the poor results are not perceivable until it Is too late and the damage is done. There is no private corporation that w^ould stand up for a single year if managed as Mr. Dunham would suggest, and why should cities be less efficiently managed, than privain cor-poratlon.s? Let me just return a minute to the heading of "The honor of office Is part payment." If there Is any logic In that phrase, why does it not apply to cabinet office In both federal and provincial executives? Further, knowing the amount of effort put into the mayor's duties for the last two years, and tie results that have accrued to tho city, I venture to say to you, Mr. Dunham, If the city had paid $10,000 a year it liad gotten good returns and had not made a bad bargain, so that perhaps after all part of the mayor's salary is paid by the honor of the office, but as I said before I stake but little stock in that phrase, "The honor of the office Is part payment." $5000 per Year Saving In Commissioners' Salaries Compared With a 570,000 to $100,000 Coot per Year Compared with any well managed private corporation which I claim we have been rapidly approaching In the past two years, J make tho following statement deliberately: I have managed private corporations, large and small, for over thirty years, have been mayor one year under aldermanic government and have been mayor and commisslnnor of finance, etc., for two years under commission government; with this experience and records of facts regarding both private corporations and this city in my possession, and consideri2ig all the relations of the city government for several years, I unhesitatingly say that under alder- Grand Prize, Panama-l^acific Exposition/San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-Cdliiforiiia Exposition, San Diego, 1915 DRINK BAKER^S COCOA For its Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality and its High Food Value. ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS SOLD IN CANADA ARE MADE IN CANADA lh grade line of ^iw-(Icii seeds MONEY SAVING PRICES ON all CW.Gray 309 5th 3t! S. hoped that if I have made any slips or said anything that, by any stretch of imagination, can bo construed to be unfair, I wish you to feel that It was not Intended. My object Is to offer a fair defence. As you know I can only bring up tho best In me on a "fighting basis," and I feol that if I had gone after you ham-nior and tongs I could have made a better representation, but 1 have eliminated that In a desire to be fair. Yours truly, W. D. L. HARDIE, Mayor. trained citizenry 23M72 Washington, March 30.-Approximately 2:M,472 citizens of military ago in the United'States now outside the army liave had military training. This estimate was transmitted today by tho war department to the senata In response to tt resolution. Harness to permit a letter carrier to distribute the weight of a load ho Is carrying upon both shoulders evenly has been invented. DOW. VINOLIA Tooth Paste The regular daily use of Royal Vmolia Tooth Paste -- the perfect dentifrice - keeps', the whole mouth clean. Its antiseptic properties make short work of the enamel destroying bacteria. It keeps the gums red and healthy. It gives the dentist less to do. Start Vinolia to-day, VInolla Co. Limited London Paris Toronto At All Druggists and Stores 25c. 49897522 ;