Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
nrcinn K nnn.v PACE F1V1L Tuesday Specials Large Print Aprons 100 only extra Ini'Ee Until or.durjt print- Ovbnill Ap- worth up to 51.00. Moving out at White Organdie Voiles Buy 7Bo Voiles at half prtoe. You will have to hurry qssslii? is limitod. Sfllo prlco ..........I....... 38or cxsni'ple, ibe tbe withered "Stretch it said Jesus, to if tiimcu -will that way and Chris I acted ________ j-Bl forbid tlic marriiige of I with him. AH -0011 CB .you are Some children arc danced bc aids you and you too are invinci- into exiEtencc. Most girls w'uc fall arc Lite children of imnure pareiits. The fourth great fact Is your rela- tion io those among whom yon live. If you want io he groat tlic evjls about yon. Mr. Gllbart urged his hearers to accept tlie highest-life. The Evening Meeting ble. Christ's v-'iil acts en. your ils ivilling the njoinenr you ars v.-illinj you the service or tiie Froiivtiien you arc a Cliristian in thought, and on tc be 11 Cliriat- ian in action. Tifc second reason !s la.sk faiUi. Laal nifibt in Wesley church, air. j faith, is the rielit order. "W'to thaiik nll'Vlio conU-ihuUd and "as- flrlde.-M'na is bcjey liorc wiiii on "Barriers, to a Lost ye these things, happy are -in making the affair such n cial husiness. huyes ulso to K ye do them." Tiic Bible doesn't say BUCCcSSt Thn regular business mcel.- some Lime with Lhc Lrooys of pray for peace or iiarnon, tuat is Oi tlic -luAiliary will be- ndd be iiclil. A .-snecial meet hi E Majjlo Loaf Chapter No. 7, O.ELS., 'nill be held to- morrow evening at 8 o'clock, in tho Masonic hall. This meeting premise? to JJR particularly ratercsliiig, and the desires that even' mcinber will be in nlieinlr.ncc. Degrees will be conferred. Gnitifying, indeed, io the Ladies' Auxiliary cu SL. Cyprian's was the result ol tliwr sale of and home cooking .Saturday aftcrnocii, over sixtj'-six dollar's feeing rcali.ed efforts. Thn. mcmlicts Turkish torpedo beat-in the Aegean SM Gaf.urday morning. The Turkish boat fired three torptdoes at the transport, all of which missed their mark. The torpedo boat then maxJe off, hu- was chased by the British Minerva and British' torpetlo-hoat dcstroyerc. and finally run aground and destroyed on the of Chios, Kalamanti Bay, The members of the crew of ths Turkish warship.were mads prisoners, "It is reported that about 100 men on board the transport lost their lives through drowning, but full particulars have not yet been received." BRITISH TRAWLER SUNK London, April 19, 4.25 British trawler Vanila was sunk hy a torpedo from German, submarine in the North Sea yesterday, according to a report today by Captain Hill, skipper of the trayjcr Fermb. from Proverbs way of the transgreesor Is hard People think it is easier lo serve sip than God, cy to go do'wu than .up. Tjiey think it's like going down-the stream. They are. wrong. It's easier Lo be a. Christian tliau a 'sinner. Scrijnnre, teaches UB lhat it ia harder tc -go' down. "WlBiloni's ways are ways: of "The way of ihu transgressor is hard." Jesus eaid "AI3? ycho Is easy anil my. burden light." A sLouc finds it harder to'sink Into tlie earth HIHII tin ttcprii to go, up. There is' more God than devil in you, however bad you are. Darkness, negative, disappears when light, a i positive law Is turned on. '.Write down McBRIDE TO VISIT TURKISH .BOAT SUNK SOLDIERS OF B.C. London. April Tuftisb tor London, April jMc.-hn-.iio alienated- to: inter- firoriu- i'yre v.'ith preparations for tho rcsump- spend British Parish room Thursday tiou of pneralious agoinsl the nellt-a a.ud Asia -Minor attacking Columbia at Sir i the British tnmsport Mimitpn, at Richard says that the story that Uc j driven ngrcuntl ou the .coast Chios ivras ill has caused him j yesterday morning and deslroyed by f annoyance1. the U.ritish cruiser Jtlncrva. and Bri- 13It tisli torpedo deslroyers. A quiet _ wedding solemnized at'BELGIAN RED CROSS BANNED) 4u offjcini-'atatnment issued liiat St. Cyprian's, Parish, church on Sai- Brussels, via. l-onflou, Apri1! -nvt. IIIFMR inrnpdnpR oGly, and pBrtlcuIariy Tho _urday ,asl. vhfa Floret Annie Holt eruffl- von Dissinji, j bS and i.pUtliridgc. (the only daughter or o[ Belgium, Iris ordered Hie i irit nmh inn 'mrii frnm thf to be an Of tIlE Iatc Mr_ Caller Holt of Grov- tion of tlin Belgian Rod C fishness. Pray for the Clirist prin- ciple in j'our life. That is positive. i Tonight the ineelinc. will be lor young women in Uie Wesley Jiai'J, anil the subject bo Girl." Tomorrow night it .will be for men subject will be "Gumption powder." This is expected all young uou, EngUnd) was united- iu mariU- because, it I. saiu, the Hie dlKEolu- but iiiat ro.s society, J lt drowned men of business ambitions. The Prohibition Jnoetiug en isday night will he in the nuOitorluni of Wee lev church, ;is will nlso the gi'nrid closing meeiiug on Thuratliiy night. Lo Richard1 Flo Nost, fl. (son oi Hichard oi Ilrislol, the Canon Me- comin AHllnn The (in'rie, who was. fiimu. lowrr i'yinff out n. sysiematic yian Tor over- as in Bcl- nff out n. ing the present rii g. The (in'rie, who was. fiimu. Counl, HnJEfcldt-TratheiibBva given away 'by her eldest brother, hns been unpointed to lake over tlic T. Molt, was attired in a bis- temporary a dm in iat rat ion of ilia lied WE WILL SELL FRESH MORNING'S MILK AT RATE OF 12 QUARTS PER DOLLAR. We toko this op-portunity of (hanking patrons for favors, and nssuro them of snmb First Pr'ctluet nnd Continued Good Scrvirtj. Further arc'.sollcitcd. Cox's 1C63. cuiL colored tailored with hat to match, iind attended by Jicr niece, Miss G-lailvs' Holt. Aftsr the ceremony a family gathering was Iicld to tlie haupy. couple nvcry i who left" on .the early "morriiiiE; train for B. C. Auatriana Showed Fight Cross work. Etrnck is not d. as particulars apparently have not been received. REG1NA MAN SNIPED the Winnipeg, April Some of, members of 32nd Uattaiion wer tmiches about 2} yarhJ i'om the Ci'i'inps shoot FKENCri London, April "Appreciable. progress c'n tlie two 'jac'i sorlh and enjoy iog each FcGlit iivur." ns announced !n Un oti.erV, ui -ecu comps-n; Suldenh a French official sl.ilement, Is An iuriica- voica from the (.cirrictn (rdichps call- lon thai tho Allied fnrces are pushing cd ..out, thcru anybody trom thcli' caiupaiRn in Ahfii-e, 1'dr this Uieco A Rani7 of Aitstrlivns out Tor a tfnio, J runs Colr.iar, caplliu oi Al- 1. OHP of ihc Canadjaus yiilJpd, "Yes, j were roundsd up the police in the sncc, wiildi North Ward en'Saturday night, fthL1-officers ccnsidcj'ahlc trouhlc. anil I the assistance of ,Chief Hardy of tho 'fire department, to aid tlic cops ia llio Once in the coop. Tnfr morninR -Aiag- istratii El ton fined thorn f S.OO and COEtS jecttva po ;li is cue of tho rrencii ch- j ant iroin K< 51110 and lie trench Tlvis is OJ'.G of the mavGinents by top. He had barely nppcarpd.when which, in conjunction with ihn sniper's liullcl niclted him was tlons n'lons vannm orcfions oy tiiu i'r.t- um. intention, tlit sbiirpMloottit did tlo front from tliu g'ja to Vohgcs Mint was tiding place as nioiintaius, the liopj to )ic wan 'tna Kir nn tlit Germans.' to lofcp proliably thought them gi'ndualiy t ivofiiiming of a chargu.