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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911 Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon Tea. CofTcc, Baking Powder. Spices. .Icily Powders and Exti-acts. Purest and best. When in doubt use Blue Ribbon. We guarantee perfect satisfaction M-ith all our pure food products. Board of Trade Hammering Away for Storage Jacilities PRESBYTERIAN i Knox Church _ borner 4th Ave. and 8th Strett 8. ^ Rev. A. H. Denoon, Pastor, ^IaDse 1210 Fottrth Arenue S., phone 402 tieeular Services Morntng and Bvenlnj. Btg SIstera Classt at 12.30 p.m. Illg Brothers' and Boys' Department ol the SuridaT school at Other departments at Z. ClftBS at i pjn. 2 p.m Chinese St, Andrew's. Church Rev. Wm. McNicol, M. A., pegular Services morning and even- Sifriday School at 2 and 3:16 p.m; Hardievllle at 3.30. ANGLICAN St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. 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. nth Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B.A., Rector Matins, 11 &.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes 3 p.m. EVaXSONQ 7.30 p.m. (t'oxTixiTEP iMioM Front P.\ob) Ing the 1315-16 season, until very spec lal iirrnngcraeuts were mnde by the Board ot Railway Commissioners, the Board of Grain CommlsHlonera and tho Canadian Paclflo Railway, whereby by artidclal nmiugoments as to railway rntoa and storage charges grain has been moved from Maclood and M-dersydo lines; and during a period ' some weeks grain from those lines has not been allowed to move to Loth-bridge and eastwards. The business people of Lethbrldgo are thus deprived of the benefits tUul would accrue from the circulation of money urising from the movement of grain on this most economical route that such grain could find for its to the market. The storage facilities provided by the interior elevator at Moosejuw. 3G5 miles cast of Lethbrldge, were utilized by some of our farmers, but the space there has been fully occupied for some time past. If there had been an interior elevator at Lethbrldge it would undoubtedly have been filled by the use of a comparatively small number of cars, and that nt time when farmers had no other use for their horses than .to haul grain. The lack of this stor-tagc accommodation has thn.s resulted in grave economical loss to the ' country ;aud the farmers' operations and general commercial business have �suffered from a stagnation that might have been greatly relieved. ! An interior elevator at Lethbridgc would at all times provide for storage for grain moving either east or west in direct lines from Cardston. Coutts, roremost and Pakowki; and it would provide direct line storage for westbound grain from Dunmore and east-bound from Macleod and Pincher Creek, and it. would provide alternative routings on an, economical oasis from many other points. The past season has fortunately been favorable for harvesting grain in perfect condition; but it is evident that the present Interior storage facilities are not adequate to give relief in drying grain grown in this district In seasons when that may be necessary. The business people of Lethbridgo now invite the attention ot the Federal government o these facts; and desire that the construction of an in VICTORY FOR SMUTS Xxindon, April 7.-Another success for tho British In iSaai Africa is reported by Lleut.-Qen. Jan, C. Smuts, commander ot tho Dritlsh expedition operating "against tho Germans. Gen. Vanderventer successfully surprised a German force wMlh machine guns stationed in a mount in a stronghold In tho Arusha region. This force was surrounded during the course of Tuesday, and surrendered Thursday morning. Stuck to the Trenches Though Badly Shattered YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET "CftSGftRETS" LIN LIVER AND BOiELS DON'T STAY HEADACHY, CONSTI RATED, SICK, WITH BREATH BAD AND STOMACH SOUR (COXriNUICD FKO.M l''llONT PaOR) did not think at tho time that he wns badly hurt, picked himself up and helped curry some of tho dead to tho rear. He then remained with the itquad until Dec. l."i, when the medical authorities decided he would have to go to the hospital. Since then he has been In six hospitals, but hopes that Sunny Alberta's air and the simple life will bring him back in health to wliere he was when he left Lethbrid.sic Jn November, liU4. with a draft of 100 for the 31st. It Pte. Murray thought he could recover so that he would get u chance to "po over tho top nt �em," he would be happy Indeed. U3ed in Miliions of Tea Pots Daily Every Leaf is Pure EVery infusion is alike delicious IICI h 1 An All M^'^i'*'*'''} SceJed Packets only, or Mixed J BI8I METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledlck, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a-m.: "Sympathy born of Want." 3 p.m.: Bible School and Adult Classes. 4.15 p.m.: Infant baptism. 7,30 p.m.: "Eve's Side of the Story." Hear these two Lienten series. Music: "0 Te that I-iove the Lord," t Coleridge-Taylor); "Thou Canst Save' and Thou Canst Heal"; "Hark! Hark! My Soul," (Shelley). A Wesley Welcome to these Services Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor 10 a. m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's topic, "Smoking the Pipe of Peace." Address, "The Hesitating Soul." 8.45 p.m.: Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes. Adult., Young People's and Chinese Classes held in the Parsonage. .V.30 p.m.: Topic, "God'� Second Question," A Welcome to All. CHRISTADELPHIANS Holy Communion-1st and 3rd Sundays at S.30; 2nd and 4th Sundays j terior elevator at Lethbridge should at 11 a.m. bo undertaken without delay. Baptism-tth Sundays at 4 p.m. ! The farmers of this district have already expressed their views in the matter in petitions signed by IBOO Individual farmers, recently sent to the (!et a lucpnt box now. You men and women who can't get feeling right-who have headache, coated tonsc.e, bad taste and foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with u sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have a bad cold. Are you keeping your bowels clean with Caacarcts, or merely forcing a rass.igeway everj- few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets work while you sleep; cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested, fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carrj- out ot the system all the constipated wa.ite matter and poison in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning-a 10-cent box ; from any drug store will keep your j stomach sweet, liver and bowels re-gular, and head clear for months. Don't forget the children. They love Cascareta because they taste good- never gripe or sicken.-Advertisement. NORTH SEA TOO DANGEROUS London. April 6.-Holland has notified Great Britain that owing to the danger of navigation in the North Sea tho Holland govern nient will be unable to undertake tho transport of e.x-changed Biitish and Gorman incapacitated prisoners of war. St. Marj''s Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C, N. Holy Communion - Everj-. Sunday .Minister of Trade and Commerce, Sir morning at S a.m. Geo. E. Foster, asking that their in- Choral Eucharist on the Ist and Sril: lorests be given ai least as much con-Sundays of tho month at 11 a.m.,, slderation as has been given to other and on all High Festivals. i districts, and that an interior stornse Matins on the Scd and 4th Sunday at ] elevator be built at Lethbridge in time 11 a.m. j to help care for the 1916 crop. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Evensong at 7,30. BAPTIST First BaptisrChurch Rev. D. Rosa, Pastor-11 a.m.: Dr. Rivers will preach. Sunday School at 12 o'clock. This week the evening service will be merged with the Christian Church for an evangelistic service. Meet In the Moose Hall, HIglnbotham Blook, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue Saut^h Wedneedaya^t S p.m. Bible Class. Sunday-At S p.m., to ' Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Bnbjeot: "The World's Saturday Night - Watchman, What of the Dawn." All SeaU Fraa. No Collection CHRISTIAN Christian Church S0.30 a.m.: Sunday School.. 11.30 a.m.: Evangelists Bogue and Webb. Subject: "The Divine Butid Ing." 4.15 p.m.: Men's (Meeting. Subject, Father, From a Boy's Viewpoint," by Mr. 'Webb. 7.30 p.m.: Subject. "The Great Salva tlon." Children's Chorus. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Bei'-jyers assemble on the Lord's If' for the Breaking.of Bread at Su,'** School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. RIble Reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. Farming and Mining Labor Must be Conserved in Canada (rnxTTNUKD i-noyx FitnXT I'-\r.E) PENTECOSTAL The following is the memorial passed last night: The council ot this board ot trade has recently discussed the farm and coal mining labor situation as affecting Southern Alberta and the adjoln-! Ing areas In Saskatchewan and Mani at charge ot the meetings Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. A HEARTY WELOO.ME TO ALL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church Mr. H. Goodman, ot Rochester, with ; toba which draw their supplies of do-Bvangelist SImmonette, will be inimestic from this district. Lethbridge, In the centre of farm ing areas producing wheat and other grain crops, alfalfa, and lir and live stock, and In the centre of an area producing large quantities of coal, recognizes a certain responsibility in directing attention to the present and future renuirements for farm and coal mining labor. Attention Is directed to the fact that farmers and those engaged In CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meeting at 8 p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO EVERYONE DAILY FROM 3 to 5 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 8. Sunday School-10,30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Prlmar}' Association-Saturday 3 p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. , Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green, 10io 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 STUDY OF STARS AND PLANETS Aetronomers from the World Over Visit Sir William Hugglns and His Observatory. BANISH BILE! .\ bilious condition of the system is the result of in.nction of the liver, often caiisini; severe headache through the eves and temples, culminating somc-liiiics in nausea and vomiting, which is frequcally followed by a bilious diarrli'ea. .Abbey's Effervescent Salt, when taken as directed, stimulates the peptic t;lands ot the stomach and increases the contraction of its muscles from above downward. This action is communicated to the intestines and increases the (low of the intestinal juice, thus stimulating the ducts of the liver to pour out the bile, when it can be carried downward by the laxative action of the Salt, instead of remaining to cloK up the liver and flow back into the stomach. Thus, if a person who is subject to Biliousness and Bilious Headache wil' use Abbey's Effervescent Salt, the n,itural action of the Stomach, liver and intestine will be kept up and no bile can accumulate in the system. Sold everywhere at 25c. and 60c. The pioneer In the study of the stars and planets by means of the speotrum has been Sir William Hug-Kins, the recent president ot the Royal society, and his observatory at Tulae Hill is visited by astronomers all the world over as tho birthplace of the new astronomy. More than a generation ago the announcement by KirchoS that the chemical constitution ot the sim had been analysed (after the manner we have Indicated) by the spectroscope set Mr. Huggins on the track of discoveries which have revolutionized methods of stellar research. The difficulties at the outset In the con-Btruotlon ot a successful star-spectroscope were enormous. Imagine the light received on the earth from a tirst-magnltude star, such as Vega, afe^\iard Good Woum Wood Ooilvies Koyal nousehold WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI. PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE 1. D, Sold by HIglnbotham &. Co., Limited ANOTHER BANK ROBBERY Canonsburg. Penn., April 6.-Two , , , , . ...t , , men robbed tho First National Bank helping them with scientific advice, Houston, Pennsylvania, near hero owe a pati-lotic duty to the Empire i ^^^^^^ ,f 000 a,j ggcaped in an Split in Wilson's Cabinet (CONTI.NUKU FllOM FuONT PaOE) Istnition that as tho matter stands It' may be stated that Col. House practically holds the destinies of the republic in the hollow of his palm. The paramount Question is whether the oracle wili pronounce In favor ot war or peace. Wants a Break It is stated that Col. House Is urging the president to break relations with Germany and at the same time time issue a call for a million volunteers to bo employed In aid of tlie allies when the rupture between Bor-iiii and \,aBhlngton reaches tho stage of actual hostility. According to this report. Colonel House has urged this course upon the president ever since the alleged torpedoing of the Sussex. The Colonel furthermore is reported to be ot tho opinion that the president eventually will take his advice, hand Count Von Bernstorft his papers of passport, and recall Ambassador Gerard from Bar. Itn. . WOULD BE BAVARIAN Bayheuth, Bavaria, April 5, via London, April G.-Houston Stewart Chamberlain, the author, has applied for naturalization as a Bavarian subject. i Mr. Chamberlain has lived In Germany since his youth, although he Is still n I British subject. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 6th 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, .S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band In attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. REPORT SAYS TORPEDOED Washington, April 0.-Reports ot tho American naval attache at London on the liner Sussex received today at tho state department agree with the reports ot the attache at Paris that the ship probably was destroyed by a torpedo. � FORTY-TWO GERMAN PLANES London, April 6.-French and British aviators brought down 42 German planes on the west front during March It was officially stated today, In reply to the ofllcial German claim Issued yesterday that only 14 Gorman aeroplanes were lost. PLANT TREES AN& MAKE A REAL HOME and LETHBRIDGE A GARDEN CITY THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE HARDY, HIGH CLASS TREES AND SHRUBS AT REASONABLE BATES. EVER. GREENS, RUSSIAN POPLAR, COTTONWOODS, SHRUBS, CUH-' RANTS AND APPLE AND CRAB TREES. A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO. COALDALE, ALBERTA. and the allied nations and their armies and navies, In producing crops and livestock; and that In performing such ' service they are thus fulfilling a function very necessary and essential to the ultimate success of those who are in the fighting ranks. This situation has been fittingly recognized by the military authorltlftfl in their liberating men with farming experience for assistance in harvesting in 1015 and for plowing and seeding in 191C. With regard to supplies of coal, during the winter ot 1915-10 there was great inconvenience In many places that depend on Lethbridgo and other coal mining centies In Alberta because the mines and the railways were unable to keep uj) with the demands for coal. This indicates that careful consideration should now bo being directed to conserving coal mining labor where It will be required, and to the storing in advance just as far ns possible, of coal roqulromouts for winter use. It is respectfully suggested thai these matters should receive consideration In view ot the statements that have recently been made In responsible quarters with regard to the availability of ocean transportation for the forces already recruited In Canada. Tho honorable position that the City ot Lethbridgo and the surrounding districts have taken and are continuing to take, in recruiting tor tho Canadian Expeditionary Forces afford aufllclent Indications that this raomor-: andum is subnilttod In good faith as a i.oohor Btatomout � regarding Important matters that require careful and forehanded consideration. automobile. LAME BACK Spells Kidney Trouble There's no use putting on liniments and pluters to cure that aclie in your hips or back -the trouble is inside. Your kidneys arouui of order. GIN PILLS go right to the cause of the backache and heal and regulate the kidney and bladder action. Then you get relief, permanent relief ! Many a man and woman who ha!t been doubled up with shooting pains in the back having to slop work anU lie down to get a little relief, has found new health and comfort in CLAIM GAVE WARNING Wnwhington, April �. - American Consul Frost at Queenstown cabled tho state depailraent today that the British barque Bengalrn which sunk oft Fastnet, April 1, was destroyed by shell fire from a submarine after ample warning had been given, and that all ot the crew, including two Americans, were saved. 'F0RTHE4EL KIDNEYS Two boxes completely cured Arnold McAskrII, of Lower Selma, N.S. "I have never had any trouble with my back since," he says. If you have a lame back-or any sign ol Kidney trouble-get GIN PILI.S tonlay and start tfio cure working. 50c. a box, six boxes for $3.50-and every tiox guaranteed to give satisfaction ur your money back. Trial treat* ment free if you write Nntional Drug & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited Toronto - Ont. IJ BIr William Hugglnt In His Observa' tory. which Is only about the one-40,000, 000,000th part of that received from the Bun! It was necessary to attach a spectroscope to the eye-end ot the telscope, so that it would be carried with it, with Its slit In the focai plane. Then, by means ot a small reS��tln( prIam placed before one-hali o( tb* lilt of the spectroscope, light trom a terrestrial source at the side of the telescope could be sent Into the Instrument together with the star's light, and so form a spectrum by the side ot the stellar .spectrum for convenient comparison with It. The cihemlatry of the solar system was tbown to prevail, essentially at least, wherever a star twinkles. Further, elements which play a chief role In terrestrial physics-Iron, hydrogen, aodlum, magnesium, calcium-were found to be the first and the most easily recognized of the earthly sub stances In the stars. To quote the as tronomer's own words, "The observa lory became a meeting-place where terrestrial chemistry was brought Into direct touch with celestial chemistry. The oharactBrlstlo llgbt-raya from earthly hydrogen shone side by side with tho corresponding radiations trom starry hydrogen, or else fell upon the dark lines duo to the absorp- \ tlon of hydrogen In SI.*Iub or In VeKa. I Iron from our mines was Une-rantched, light for dark, with stellar Irop from oppoatto parts of the celestial sphere." In scrubbing floors Old Dutch makes the brush go a lot easier LATEST NOVELTY IN PURSES. The purse is mane in tne palm ot the Klove, and Is tbui s�w�a > Iroro U>� att��t|oa qf tbievea. How Would You Like To Buy At Wholesale Prices Per Case Per Case THE GOOD Ca ;