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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. APRIL 15, Ifllfi Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Ask lor Hluo Hihlion (lucls sic llinl yciiir" se Class at 4 p.Hi. ^1arning Duet: "Tliey Sliall HuUKcr no More," Klaiil'. .Mrs. F^aytou ami Miss Slmm. Evening Anthem: "Tiiere Is n green Hill.' iSoraersnti. ANGLICAN St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. i RKCTOR Rev. C'anon Murr�l!-Wright. M. A. I Holy Conlmuuioii Rt S a.tu. i ; Matins-at tl a.m. : Evensong-At 7.2ti p. n-.. ; Sunday School-At 10 a.m. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicol, M. A., HcgiilRr Service.s mornine and even-iiip. ' Sunday S'chool at 2 and 3:15 p.m. Hardievllle at 3.30. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m.: Topic. "The Cross, the Focus of Humanity." ji.iii.: I-iibIt' Sfliool and .^dult ClasK- I'S. 7.:.'> p.iti.: Topic. "Which Covering- rig Leaves or Furs?" f/:usic: "TUe Sun i?hnll lip no More." I Woodward >. .Mr?. H. H. .lohnsoii. Solo. "Me was Despised. " iHandfl); ".\ l.eKPnd." ' T.sPhaikowslty I: Duel, "lUipe Ueyond." .Miss Dowseit and .Mis.* Oawsou. Attend these Lenten Services. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. inn Street and 8th Ave. South.; ! Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B.A., | Rector j Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday School and i Bible Classes 3 p.m. . \ EVBXSONG 7.30 p.m. \ Holy Communion-1st and 3rd Sun- ; day.'* at S.30: 2nd and (th Sundays at 11 a,iu. ( Baptism-Ith Sundiiy.s at 4 p.m. ' St. Mar:i's Church ] ! Cor. Bth Ave. and 12th Street C, N. � Holy Communion - Krery. Sunday; morning at 8 a.m. Choral Eucharist on the Ist and :!rd I Sundays of iht month at 11 a.m., and on all High Festivals. j ! Matina on the and ItU Sunday at ] 11 a.m.. ' (Sunday School and .A.dult BihW flaas ^ i at 3 p.m. KvenHong at 7..'!i\ BAPTIST DISCHARGED Chinaniun Who Was Supposed to Have Doped CofTee at Hotel is Dismissed Ksruie. April i:> iSpi'iiul to tho Her- | ! aliti -Tlilrteen, as applied to the day, i of th(� month, turns out not to be as | j unlucky as Us traditional reputation' } hHP fastened upon it in tlio minds of i i .-superstitions people, at least that is | what Sam Hing. tlie Cliiniinniu ilinrK- j I ed with puttltiK poi.son in lofi'ee at tho ; Waidiier hotel last .Voveinher, would be justified in thinking when Judge ; i Thompson disiliaritad Uim. today, 1 This case has arou.sed a great deal , of intereat both on account of the ser- ' iousness of tho alleged offeme. and i jthe time tai;en lo arrive at a verdict. , The case was adjourned to the 12th' ;inst.. in order to allow time to take hnto consideratioii the advisability of' ' admltti)!!; porlioiis of iMinst!il>le i:ns lish'p Evidence which related to an alleged statement ni:\de to him by Sam ;lhnK while he was I'lnfineu in th.e ; I Jail at Wa'-dner after his apprehension i ; . harged with the alleged crime. ' ' .^fter weipning all the arguments of ; I counsel regarding ihe statement, iii? ; I Honor. Judge Thompson, ruled that ; the statement might he admitted fori what it was worth, and then the j trouble began. Constable English was put on the stand and Sherwood Herchmer had him undertake to explain Just how the .statement was made and recorded. A. B. Macdonald. defending the accused, fought every step In this procedure and the witt.ess bocamo somewhat mixed as to what wa;-. v.anied of him. Finally the court look it in hand in an effort to aid the witness. Ha undertook, by supposing himself, to he the accused, to get from the witness Just how tht. .statement had been ir.ade to him. but the witness did not ceem :o comprehend just what was Aanted and persisted !n interjecting Into the statement remarks that we-e not made, at the time of taking the statement. Then .Mr. .Macdonald undertook to ilo what the judge had failed in. hut also scored a failure. Finally. .Mr. Herchmer thought lie Nerves!! -"On Edge" -"Jumpy" Vours is a case for JJ'^incarnis If your nerve centres have become wenkeiicd by overwork, worry or anxi-ciy, they are unable to transmit the necessary nourisli-nient, and the nerves become worn out and "on edi^e." Then it is that a .sudden sound makes you "jiiinp" - you pet irritable-you suffer from neuralgia -yon are reslle.s.s and depressed. In Ihi.scondi-tion there is nothing to equal Because, being a powerful nerve food, Wincarnis gels rijjht to the root of vlie trouble, and, by creating a supply of. ne:ii tieize fanr, stimulates and revilalizts thu whole nervous .system. Try Wincarnis Tor 'nerves." It is wonderful. Over 10,000 do':tors recommend it. ASK YOUR DOCTOR GET IT AT YOUR DRUGGIST'S Pints, SOc.i Qu�rii, $1.50 Can-.mhan .^oe.nt: KK.\XK S. B.M.I,, ti7 IvcJiiuid .St. - . - 'I'orunlt.^ Out. CONSOLIDAIEO SCHOOL IS BLEFORO Present .Accommodation Limited-Good Work Done for Red Cross W^estminster Church Rev._ J. B, Francis, Pastor ; lU a. m.: "Children's Class Meeting, fl 31 a. 111.: Children's Topic, "Back- ! bone." Sermon, "The Power of Christianity." 0.-45 p.m.: Sunday School. 'i.ttO p.m.; Private Rev. Victor Howey will preach. A Welcome to All. First Baptist Church Rev. D. Ross, Pastor I 'll a.m.: Ensirn Richards iif the S. ' A. will preach. ' i 7,:!0 p. m.: Speaker. .Mr. .Jv. M. Mc-1 i l>eod. Topic, ."Training and Ser-| i vice." ; PENTECOSTAL CHRIST.\DELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays-at S p.m. Bible Class. Sunday-At ?. p.m., to Commemorate the IjOrd's Death and at ".HO p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. gubject: "The Jews-The Secret of Their Immortality," All Seats Free. No Collection Pentecostal Mission ' Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church :Mr. H. Goodman, of Rochester, with ; I^angeliat Siiumonette. will be in j charge of the meetings Sunday at j j 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. i I A HKARTV WEf-CO.Mk: TO ALL 1________ I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ' First Church of Chri.st Scientist I ! Hull Block, 7th Street S. j Sunday Service at 11 a.m. ! Wednesday Evening, Testimony men- j ing at ,S p.m. READI.N'G ROOM OPEN TO K'^ERV-ONE DAILY FRO.M 3 to r, m. CHRISTIAN Christian Church Services conducted by Evangelists Bogue and Webb. ln.30 a.m.: Bible School. 11.30 a.m.: Subject, "Why Observe the Lord's Supper Weekly?" 4.1,'i p.m.: .Meeting for-Adult IVomen. p,m.: Topic, "Why I am a Christian." A Welcome for All. LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter i Day Saints | Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. j Sunday School-in.;!(i a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. ! I'rimary Association-Saturday 3 p.m. j llellof Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. Visitors .\lways U'elcorae i Bishop Geo. W. Green, lOiO 2nd Ave,! South. Phone 1493 1 MONUMENTS Ueaflsioue.s 'a\\k\ Crosses of every tle.sci'iptioii Mill do to oi'der (ii!t. .oiir ]u-,ic(.'.s u)H.I SEE OUR WORK BEFORE voir BUY. � SALVATION ARMY i Services Held'at the Citadel, 5th St. i Sunday-U a.m.. Itotiness Mcfttiug; ; ."� i).ni. Praise .Meeting and 7.;ii) Sal-! tatloii ."ileetiuR. I Week Nights-.Moiulay. S p.m.. Public .MeetIns, led l>y Si.sier.s. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation .Meeting I'ltadel band in attendance. Saturday, S p.m., free and easy meeting. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North, Bolievers assemble on tlie Lord's Day for the BreaUing of Hn^d at 11 a.m. Sunday School at " p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.:i0 p.m. niblo Reading Wednesday, TAh p.m. Lethbridge Monumental and Ciit Stone Works EtECTRICAL; TRICAL WORK VV.Ii. McKeiizii' vV- Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. New Sheet Music at Popular Prices We iii'i' rei'ei\iiiu' slii])iiieiits of !lie iiew-esl hits ill noptii" ;iml li i u' ii 1' I;! v . mii^it' wechly. Tlie follow-in.u' :i re a few speeiah. My Dreamy China Lady, If I couUl Live Again. I'm Looking for a tiirl Like Mother. 1 Want You Oeorpia. Aciishla. I'm Calling Tliee. So Long IvOttip. Are 'I'ou Hall the .Man Your -Mother Thought Vou'd Be? Four Years .More in the White House should be the Nation's Gift to Vou. It Takes a tireai Big Irish Heart to .Sing an Irish .Song That';; Why I want Vou. Etc. 1-") Cents, 7 Uw .$1.00 She's Oood Enough to be Your nahy's .Mother. There's Only One .Mary in .Maryland. 1 Want You. Just Voii. Loading I'p tlie .Manil.v Loe. .\n Olil Fashioned Uarden in Virginia. .No One But Your Dear Old Dad Vou'rc .lust HonieslcljL '! hai's All. Don't Forget They nidn't Belirve Me. Where tile Sliatni'iick Oriiv,-.';. ICverybodv Lot (..-: a Little Bit of Iri.sli. It's a LuijK. Long Way lo Tlii-lifiary. .My Red Cross fiirl Farewell . Arc Vou nowiihiRrtid'; .No. Boys in Kliakl. lioys in Blue. Voiir King anti Country .Need Vou. Xcw and ('Vnt is made that tliou-; .�i.-ind.'i ivaar c-yeglasses who do not ! really nePd tliem. !f you are one uf ' these unfortunates, then tlicse Hl.assps I may be ruining jour eyes Instead of I helplnB them. Thousands wlio wear tlii�e j "windows" may pi-ovc for tlieinaelves that I lli( water. Witli this liarmlesa liquid solii-I ' lion batiw tbe e\'es two to four times dull:.', and you aie liltely to be astonlsjied at the results rlulit from the start. Manv wlio lin%-e been told that they liave astlu-tnatlsm, eye-strain, cataract, sore eyelids, weak eyes. c"n.hjnetlvltla and other eye (ll.sorder.", report wonderful benefits from , the u.se of this nrefinlptlon. Get this iire-scrlptlini filled and use it; you may so I .sticnKllicn your cye.s that ulassen will not be neeessary. Tlioiisunds who are blind, i or nearl.v so, or wfo wear glasses nili;lit '� never nnvo requln'ii them it they had i cared fur their eyes in time. Save your I eyes iiefore it l.i too late ! Do not beeoint! [ one of tliGse vlctlrn.