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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; APIML 10, 1815 THE LETiinvunr.i? Blue iDDon Coffee and Baking Powder In every inslance where you use Blue Ribbon goods you save mon- ey. They go further and so cost leas than any other. Order a can of Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder next in your gro- cers. The result is sure to please. Sold with a money back guaran- tee. BuIbs GLADIOLUS TbcM most effecllvein the Sower garden, the 'colon nre aod they arc railly Prices arc we offer: _____ Mtaif-io rw SK, a lor KM fort! .35, J5.00 for IflO. If lobemiillef' At of lOc. for 10, 20c. For 2S, and GOc. for color (tec raUloguc) '.DAHLIAS Ordinary IGc. cadi, 3 for SOc. fl.OO f or 1 dozer. If lo be URilcd it rale of (jOc. dozen! "Where there ore Exprcsi Ofllces, KxprcMlBchotpcrlhan Mall far lots of OTCF 6 Dahlias or over SG Glidloliu. ifuTS HAMn.TON.ONT. NOBLEFORD PASTOR GIVEN FAREWELL Nobleford, Alto., AprJI Bight about fifty of tbe citizens of Nobleford met at the MUIBB to pre- aent the: Rev. Mr. and fam- ily 'with so ma token of respect and ap- preclitlon .for .their efficient work during their at Noblefonl. The presentation iras made ;or Mr. -N. J. Noble' on behalf of tho people of Nobleford, _ The Mlaaei McDpugal werp'also the recipients of rem'embfances'Irora the young people and the Mission bands.. The arc going-back .to their home The gather- Ing broke nn witli..Uie. expression o! sincere for n safe trip, and tha thmt thoT- wou'id.: Boniitlme re- turn to.Uie'CnaullAn West. baby1! feeding a matter of constant impor- tance. She knows how much depends on bis first food being easy, to digest, as- well as containing the correct nouriilunept. She also realizes that what will suit him during' the first three months will not suffice at four and at the cod of six months. It is to such mothers that Jxmdrjji, Canadian As- ProKH received lodiiy from the front liiluruBtliiK regiiitlliU' tliu work or ulmDiiiliJS with Hiu Cunnd- frin dlvlylon, SJnco tin; cOJitlnmMiL lol'L Englund the number of chttjilains ii.'is Dec n reduced to -oloven. Thoy now inosUy are dlaLi'limlad clcurliig liua- jiitals, ivlmro they get In closo tcucli with llione niOBt iniijimllnlcly mlniaLntUojiB. IJn till rpcenl'.y Uio ceii-sur nrnl c'huplaliiB ivere tuking long Journeys nil over the rear ol' the fight- ing, nxiLiiiK Canadian unlLb who were dlstribnleil In many difCor- cnt Tlie Uslioit uf London, 'whosu visits Lo Ciinuiln will iiiwiiya be rcinciubercU, visited a ccrlaln iiorllcn ol' Hie Canad- ian detachment, ilis Lordeliio bad Uic lileaBui't of infjeLing scvcra'j Ciuiadian soldioi'B who luid been confirmed lilin when !ic was Uislioit.ol' SLcjiney, and who aficnvimla rjinigralcu to Can- ada. The Uisiioi) of Loiuton Hiiont Hie who'jo Easter festival wllli the troops In the field. The Canadian chaplains are ini- prctTcd 'wiih the eMiciency 0C the iiiedlciil arrange m cuts. "The nearci I uct Lo the fisliling, the belter are the gnys the iiirorm- anL. FMGE FIVE CHURCH i more reason for serving poor coffee than {for making omelets of stale eggs. Simply use rea- sonable in. making, and start with SEAL TRIED TO ASSASSINATE SULTAN OF EGYPT London, April attempt --viia inadu at o o'clock this at'Urnuop to Die Sultan of E'gyjii, llus-! seln Kunml, according to a HeuUir ilis- patch from Cairo. Af> thu Sultun was leaving Abdin jiti'Iacc :L native Eii'ctl u shot at him. Tliis went wild, and liic, native immcditltcly seized. CUBA HAS REFORM BEE Havana, Cuba, April 8 senate" committee reported favorably a to prohibit jjrize fighting ]n Cuiia. WHOOPJNG COUGH of U'huoping Cough end nlleves Spasmodic Croup m once. 11 ia ;i fitfui lo suficrers I---- Asihmi. haled with every brcaih, miiea breaihinc easy; sooibei the sore throat and steps ihc, iSEurine resiful Ill, bnlukl. la oelbtri Jit, tLldrtn. Ssnd in postal for desr.riptiuc buoLlil e co. Why DC French Women Always Look ybung A Day With Maj-Gen. Sham Shoes CONTINUED FROM PACK FOUR would have no truck or trade as far back as Sepiemuer, 1911. buice then thej' June not only had, [jut of 'em. .Major Thom- as' rE.-orl, to which Lstens with approval, drags in the fact, that all the c-xtrav- ngiiaccs in motor purcnases took place when Major-General Hughes hut that arc going bet- ter now that Luu rush is over and the emergency price is bruiven. Incidcut- ally it explains why Honorary Major Thomas Russell had to pay i more tlian he would have paid a few] (months later on. This report, edited i jno doubt by the Major-General, ex- vrax: (pounds all the necessary facts with ttefliie" particles 'of 'cuticle wiiich are 1 the art which conceals art and proves constantly dyinp and which nre tho 1m- ,that while Major-General Sam mefllaie cause an old-looking coniulox- jbe addicted lo irlEnCships they cant to make a fool of him. The Major-Gen- and show itself. Try tills treatment your- eral is as wise as the serpent when self. Moat lik-ciy it will not require two occasion arises, as indeed you "yoane'iriri'a Just oxpect of a warrior who has Hocked' one ounce of" mcrroiized witli Mackenzie and Mann as. long as Sam has. Honorary Major Thomas gives his evidence in .uniform, this being oraers j from headquarters. Majbr-General Sam explains to the committee that he makes all his friends who have anything to do with contracts hon- orary majors so that he will have a hold on them. If they do not. tell the truth whilu in uniform he can hale' Eight hours and still the Major-Gen- them before a drumhead court-martial'era! is not 01 well doing. He and put them out of business. Con- concludes gloriously with a touch of France mothers and daiiRlitors laol ;Isters. How arc Ilii? women then to retain their youthful looks until past middle ace1.' la it because thcy luch given to the use of mercolized This V.-.TJC possesses ;i rt-miirkable _____... _________ i-'o-v (nil Amerl- druggists Ihs work. The WSLX is jiul on nights like cold Another valuable secret the French are familiar Is how to quickly re- move wrinkles. One ounce of powilcrorl saxolilo dissolved in a. half pint witch lia- zel, makes n. marvolously effective astring- ent lotion. Tho face should be hathetl Sn this daily until even the deepest lines are scquently some the friends Lo stands by arc honorary majors, while otlieis are honorary "colonels the higher the rank the more standing by they need. On the obher hand some of his friends lilce "the Ellis .'boys" neither of whom can be a May over chivalry. lie befriends a lady, he res- cues a damsel in distress, his .secre- tary, Miss Ina McAuams, who is in danger ui heing despoiled. Miss Ina has invented a shield shovel with a hole in the middle to shoot through. ___ The hole Inis been patented and neither honorary majors !000.ol the shield shovels arc now on noi honorary colonels and can toll i their way lo fi'CT Fiont if the thc truth as well out of uniform as cLlious British War Office will -let in. I the Canadians'use thsm. alas, .-Meanwhile Major Thomas, who is'envious males, some colonels among not only cleaning up. the transports-! 'em, state that the shield shovel is bion .problem (or Canada, but who as old as the Middle Ages and that nas a-long job ahead br him buying the hole is not much'younger. This i to a supreme Lclls how IMiss Ale A dams came to invent the shovel. Iri the course of her duties she had accompanied him to France and Belr gium, the scene of the present war, and While there the idea visited licr and was committed to paper. It was all very simple find convincing. The Mp.jor-6enernl is an inspiration in himself. Anything may happen when valor and .beauty travel together. H. F.'GADBBV. i aiilmunition for the British and HUB- spurs the Major-Gener governments in New .York, al-I effort of gallantry. lie ways testifies in uniform as'a guar- antee, of good faith.' The Major., is ilgh-cliQGted; high-purposed, and liigh- priced and if. tbe war goes on long. he a neat little fortune in. but lot mole than an honest man should. The Major-General'has a-li arrangement with him on savings cf- ected which heats virtue being its own reward by many thousands dollars. It .pays to he friends with the Minister of A friend in need if a friend the Ma- or-General is no piker. Another friend the Major-General jtnnds by is Honorary Colonel Mo- Jain, one of the U.N.R. lands IieaiL- luarters stall, who helped to pur- hasc the ground For Valcarticr Uamp. Colonel McBain has the .whitest .ofj ceth, the bluest of eyes, ,.the of checks, the nurrixst of smiles and j 10 one wrmders at the Miajor-Gcr.cral j raking n shine to him. .One would as unv.e mistrust a cherub and the Col- incl has a portfolio Eull of documents] o back.his innocence up. -Meanwhile i he Major-Cicneral tells Uie committee! I what a fine fellow he is. Colonel Mo- Iliain, by the way, has Come across twenty-four, of tho four hundred missr ing horses and has placed them with farmers in. tins: neighborhood of. Val- carticr until they get well and strong again. Of; tho remaining, three hun- dred and seventy-six there-is no trace but the Major-QtjneraJ prqmiECS .to calile: .to tho Britjsli authorities about it. The fact tlifit no. duplicalp record of these anininla in the Militia Dcpaitmcnl 'to a horse on tlic. So passrs ,tlie Mnjor-Okieral'i.busy day, oiglit--r-sqlju. hours, dtfB.iding friends arid 'fiatriots''who'have under- taken to set1 con trap through' ,it Hie smallest profit a Iriend riarii take. CHHISTADELPHIANS JUISTAUJSLINIIANS filoct In MOOM: Mall, IljginMhniu Block. ICntrancc 5tli street ami 2nd nu'iiuu soulli. Wednesdays at 8, Hilili: class, Sundays at 3 p. in., to commemorate tlio Lord's death, and at 7.JO p. in. to proclaim tho glad lidings of the Kingdom of jiiit, "This terrible war. Thr dhine .soldlion. A happy and contented as the ML. Sydney T, llaUfonl. All free. No collec- tion. CHRISTIAN CIIKISTIAX CllUltCH Sunday school at 1U.30 morning ;il 11.3d. Mr. Marsh will cornice L tin: sicrvicc, The congregation will unite jin the evening with the cvanneliaL j services in Wesley church. SALVATION ARMY 1 Services are Iiclo at thn Flf" sircct, :is tolltiwa Sunday, 11 i ft.m.. 3 prnns i ami Salvation meeting. 6 JJ.Ui., raeclhis. led by Bist'jrui S Soldiers' TnuTfldaJ 8 p.m.. Salvation iiiccllrip; Cltado] baud in attendance: Saturday, S p.m., free ant] inccLlnE. LATTER DAY SAINTS I niT-rU'il OF JKS1IS CllltlST OF 1 LATTKR DAY SAIXTS-Corncr ol Seventb Avc. and 12tli street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 2 p.m sacra- i meiii '.necting. Visitors always wel- come. Uishop fJco. W. CJrecn, 101G Second Ave. S. Phone 1193. LUTHERAN ST. I'AUL'S P1HST LUTHERAN Sixth ATB. anil Fifternth St. HEV. C. Grant, minis- ter. Sunday, April 11. Xo services owinjr lo pastor boiiig at Warner. Lu- lliev league at 7.-JO. Sunday school at 3 p. m. ANGLICAN ST. CYFHIAN'S CHUKC1I. corner cf Eleventh street anil hSghlh av- enue Canon V. Me- Ajiril 11, First Sunday after Easter: 11 a.m., Matins, and Holy Communion, with sermon; 7.UQ p.m., with sermon: Rev. Canon JIc.Millen will preach fit hoth services. 3 p.m., Sun- day school, Junior Girls' and Juuior Boys' lagea and Adult Bihle chisses. Bihle c'Jass lesson: "David Anointed King." Wednesday evening, S p.m., service of intercession on be- half of oiir soldiers and sailors who arc Urnting our Empire's battles, and of peace. ST. AUGUSTIN'S er Second avenue and Eighth street. Rev. Canou Murrel-Wrighl, rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Holy Cominuuion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m., ,ind at the 11 o'clock service on the first Sunday of tho month. n.m. Sunday school, 10 n.m. The Hec- tor will conduct the services, as usual. ST. .MARY'S C. I-I. Popham, rector. Services toniov-j row, April nth, Holy Communion i and Chcral Eucharist on ilie first rfnnday of the month at 11 o'-1 clock-service. Matins -11 a.m. Sunday 3LQ01, 3 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST j Ave. S. and Uth St. 11 a. m. The i aastor, (Rev._ D. Thy I Neighbor." Xoon Bihle school and Adult class. 7.iJU p.m. Service com- bined Gilbart and McPherson s meeting in Wesley church. Flf'i'R. AVKNuK er Flftli avenue and Eighteenth street. school, p.m. I PRESBYTERIAN j KSOX-Pastor, Rev. A. H. De- I noon. Services tomorrow at 7.30. Evangelist Gilbart will conduct tlio morning service and Rev.' "D. lioss the Men's mass meet- ing at -I p. in. Boys' department of Sunday at'.2 p..m., otiicr dc- j parLmcnls at 3. Chinese class at 1. f Full choir at hoth services. Everyone cordially invited. .1 ST.' AiND'ltEW'S CHUKCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning scr-' vice at H, services wil he held. .Junior S. S. at 2 Senior S. S. at 3. Evening, special service Triumphant." L- L METHODIST I WESLEY .CI-IURUtJ-Rcv. G. H. Cobhletlick, pastor. Children's topic 11 i. m. ser- "Tie Divine Presence the Sec- ret Music, Anthem and solo hy Air. Miller. 3 p.m. Bible scnool ianrt" adult classes. 7-30 p.m. Evangelist. I-J Gilbart. Musi by choir, assist evangelist. All seats free anil a hearty welcome. WESTMINSTER J. D. Francis, .pastor. Class-meeting, 10 a. m. -11 a. m.r 'Children's .reception services. ;7i30- .sacramental and reception Rev. Arthur Bar- ncr, .oi Calgary, will preach at both services. Sunlight Soap and water manes your home sparkle with cleanliness-just like all nature sparkles on a sunlit morning after rain. Sunlight is the purest of all household a gentle strength that moves dirt quickly but without the slightest injury to fine fabric or dainty hands. On sale at all I Always Rely on Hamlin's J W Purest and tafeat of all and germicidal initaqualib'ea, Hamlin'flWizard Oil has been a favorite with doctors and nurses for over 60 years. Its high quality ingredients have wonderful healing power. Irivaluoble for rheunia- tlBtn. scnlJi. stilC joints, headache, inttrnnl pilni etc. f drUffKiits. Fmnuia dream bookfree, if you, write HAML1NS WIZARD OIL CO., CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service a.t eleven a. m. Wed-j ncsuay cvcuing testimony nieetinEi 8 p. in. The leading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p. m. Everyone is cccdially iuvited tu attend, BELIEVERS Buremann'a 41S Thirteenth itreet. North aBEemblb on the Lord's Day for breaking ol bread at II a. in. Sunday school at 3 p. in. Gospal jjieaching at 7130 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday 7--15 p. m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Hall, iitli Avc., North. Sunday at U a.m. Remembering the Lord's Death. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Gospel meeting. Everybody welcome. WHO IS THE MOST POPULAR BOY OR GIRL IN LETHBfiiDGET Ask Your Daddy Spring Hardware Garden Tooli We liave everything required the Garden or Lawn Hosei'R.efels, Forks, Hoes, Nozzles, Couplings, etc. v, WE HAVE MADE A CAREFUL SELECTION. AND'ARE SURE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. House Cleaning Utensils We always have had :the "Tools" which moke Houacclenning easier. Call our utensilfi'. eoaps and polishes frcfore you start, lieusecleacln j. Prices on. these lines are at the C. W. GRAY 310. FIFTH STREET SOUTH. ;