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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDcfe DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 19! Blue Ribbon Coffee and Bakinjjf Powder litis your tiuH-mn.i; cup (iC I'olVc't.' ;i full ru'li (I;iv w Inn ^ivins,' your next ortli'r ;uiil nolii-i' llu' (liflfniu'o. \un will ln' n.yrti'alily surprisi'il. HUu- Hililiou Tvu. CodVc. B;iUiu,U Powdi'r. Spifcs ;iiui t-"-\lr:\i'ls :ill out- tinuk- liu- iH'St. PRESHYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Hev. A. H. Denoon, Pastor. .Muuse ;'"t~ninli Avoiini- S, ijlunic lO" li a.m.; Toi)k-. "The Easter Yjssage.'" 7.".ii p.ni.; Topi'. "The Life Beyond." Big Sisters Olass at V-.".ii ii.ui. Biq Brothers' aiu" Boyi'' llt'partiueut oi' tilt? Siiniiay scliool iit - ji.m.: OiliT drparimeu!^ lu :;. Cliiiu ts^- Cli'.^s at 1 pn:. Speci-il Easter Music. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wtn. McNicol. M. A., I;e?ii!ar t^orvirt-^ iniM'niiii-' :r.n.=cmg. Special Easter Music. hon. m. sirT rinsla Uol SprinRs. .Ark., .\prll L'n.---.l, K. Sirntton. of IV'trTlKM-d, Om.. an iiii'Mibor ol llic Doiiiliiioii parliament, anil who was fnr a iiunihoi' (if yiMrs' a luomlior lof tin- leclslatmo ami provincial MTri'tiiry for dntarlo. ilU'i) liiTc yostorilay alior 'm days o' la.NiinK. I'roi'. K. Knii;t'. '.mdor ttlio.^e tioat-nicnt Slialton is .-aiil tti liavr brm j jiroliibitiHl from rcciMvlni; aay noilri!f;*' miildli" of Mai'cb. ; Thoy said looal pliysiclaiis were called : in last Friday when Stnittop had been ; bb-i'otisliiii.i: for 74 hnnr.s. .Mrs. Slral-: ton said KiOKf cndeavcirpd to slop llic ; bice by thdnj, a liidt around the I patient's waist until be sull'ered so I lliat she eased the belt, i Mr. Stratton's Career I llie lion. .Mr. Stratlon was �"�!' ,\ i-ars i of ai;e and was for many vears a res-: idoiit of Pelerboro. Out.. \\ iierc- be owned and tdlted the lv\an!lner nf�ws- papor. He sat in the I CoiKServative interest, of attemtitiiiji to ; Iniy him iGaineyi ovor to the Liberal , side, the ;ioveniniep.t then beiu.s; I almost nil, Mr. Stration was cleared ! a.s a result of the inijuiry, but tlie Itoss ; government was overwhelmingly btai-� en when ne.Nt it wetit before the peo-I |;le. l-'uritie, llie las; !wo or three years .Mr. Stration lias iieen in iiidif-I fereni Ip'altb. In J^, 1 Ai\d 2 pout\d cans. Whole-ground - pulverized- also Fine Ground for Percolators. ^ 173 carosion sends cruits METHODIST j St. Cyprian's Church icor. lltn Street and 3th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen. B.A., Rector S.iMi a.m.: 'rioly Communion. � [!.('� iI a.m.: Servi-e for "ilst Hattery. ,^ lll.O't a.m.: .Maliii.s and Holy I'onim.iii-ion. :;.i'(i p.m.: .-Sunday School-Scholar.': to briiiK mil'- boxes. 7.:iii !)..m.; livensong. Special Easter Music. EMM police I Three Join 13th-Work' on the Temple Resumed-Water-ton Popuhir Resort Wesley Church Rev. G. K. Cobbledick. Pastor Paroonaga 320 lUh St. S. Phone 404 U'n. in. anil 7.'.'.n p. m.: F.aste.' ^^or- vicea. ' t;pt?eiai inusi-'.-. U p. til.: SlM-'cial op>'n session oi HiM  .�^chool. \\estminster Church Rev. J. B, Francis, Pastor 10 a. 111.: Children's Class .\Ieeiiii,-. 11 a.m.: Topic for -lunior Conurejia-lion, "The Easter Egg and Mr. Pupa," followed by haptisuial, recep i!;)n and sacramental service. L'.l.'. p.m.: Stinilay School. The .hin ior Choir will render the cantata, entitled, "'The Centuriaii." 7.:'.ii p.m.: Topic, "The Easter Message," The choir will render sii ii.m. I Bible Reading Wednesday, 7,45 p,m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE after peierson Uejiina, .Sask., -\prii 1'.'.-Today the mounted police havt- a warrant tor I'layton Peter.son, chargin.!; him with perjury. It is sisnificant that tills warrant vvas no, turned ovi..r to the provincial police. I'eteison lives ai (iuelpli, Ont. He is a hir^e property owner in Heglna a'Ml eonduetod hotels here |irior to tlie al>olition of the system. He wi\s last '.teard from at Ciuelph Saturday when he informed his counsel he wonUl be here yesterday to testify in the liu:; bribery. He was the paymaster tlii'ouf;i! whom in the Licensed VictU- allers' associufion fund is said to luoe passed to several meniliers of the Liii-eral majority in to defeai the banish the bar bill. He ilenied all knowledge of these transaciions, which have been sworn tn by four iliir'-reiit men in which he was named as tbe chief lignre. When he is brou^lit back here under arrest bis evidence will taken by ilie conuiii.ssion. Cardston . .\pril t:.-l-"ollo\vins a rousinp nieetiiiir conducted liy .Majoi' 11. It. f^rown al Mountain View last evening, three recnilti? were adiled today to the l.'.'tli Jlotinted Iiil'anlry, in the persons of r,rtthont Kinley, Wni, Sibley and Alfred C.ales, all wcdl known youn.t; men of this district. .\i the iiresent time less than '2ub men are requireil to compleii- tlie battalion, which exi)efts to ;-:o overseas in ,luly. With the compleii'.ni of the auto road to flie Waterton Lakes I'ark, and the co-operalioi\ of the Lelhbridge and Cardston Hoards of Trade in a publicity campaiun.- the resort promises to become very popular lliis season. T'" "  � -"^-----..-ill ilso 1)0 Increaseii n.? K. C. Lee ha.s steam;io......... .-.�es and aue.ui.^ arges n saskatchewan Healna, ,\prll 'JO,-When the Hl-wiKid-ltrown cmninlsslon snf this nioniliis the government's cbnrKe lliat 111 conspiracy exlstctl In IIU,". to defeat the government on Us tempernnce lep-islatlon was takeit up for the tirsi (line, Kvlileiico. this montlui; wan Kivon by Crimt Wnddell and H, C, IMer.-e [nnd was Inr.s;ely similar (o that n\voii bofore thc> Snlherland continlttee of the hoiiso. Slight Difference Waildell's evidence was to the (�[-feet that I'lorce who I.'' a member for Wadena, came lo him and sunnestcd .Ihiil sniiio procedure ihIkIiI lie follow-j ed as in IPLi, antl asked tor ^riUil to I Ko out ami see the members who miBlil j be approached anil endeavor lo infill-jetice them. j Pierce en the other hand, aald that I W'adtlell and other mombers of the ; legislature ai)p.roaclied him and asked I him to lake u|) the work of brlbinf? ineniliers (o o|ipose the bill. Stubs are Missing , Kvldence was brotmht out to show �tliiit In .March l!il."i a meetins; of (he Licensed Victuallers' was held, of which no minutes were kepi and that several clieiiue stubs from the cliei|tie book around that dale were mIssinK. Waddell- asked about It could not explain why the stubs hail bon torn out. implicate Devline Kei;lna, .\|)rll 20.-.1. I', llrown, ex-clilef cherk of the provincial highways cotninlssion this moniini; directly Implicated K. II. ttevline, the member i for Klnlstlno In the road graft charges. I Hrown in hi.s evidence stated that he had sent a chcinie for ?l.oSO to l)ev-i line tor roadwork which was not con-isiructed and received as his -share ; of the transaction half of the proceeds of the cheiiite. i Documents Missing HeKlna. Su.sk., .-Viirll lib,-The chief 1 expert witness for ,1. H. llradshaw, : .M.L..V., was on the sta'.nl this morn-, ibK before the llaullain commission. ' He Is Louis H. .lordon, Wlnnijicg ai-Icliitect. His evidence was chiefly with regard to the advertising for tenders for the Haltleford asylum which he considered should have covered a pe-; riod of a month, instead of two weeks. riome e.xcitemnnl was caused by the �production by .Mr. llryant of an alli-davit setting forth the documoiits . missing from the files of the Uegllia i IMumbing and Heating Co., Ltd.. which had an original contract in connection , with the a.s.vlum, covering work which I cost about $-tPO,obii. Meet in the Moose Hall, Higin'ootham Slock, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue Soul-h Wednesdays-at S p.iii. Hible Class Sunday-At '.i p.m., to Conimemorate lUe Lords Death and at 7.;i0 p.m., to proclaim the glad lidinsrs of the Ivlngdoni of God, Subject: "The Resurrection of Chriit, -The Foundation of Humsn Hope, No True Christianity Without it," All Seats Free, No Collection First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m, j Wednesday Evening, Te,stimony miiH-j insj at s p.m. . RKADLVG liOOM OI'EN TO r-:VKUV-I 0.\K U.VILY i'-RO.M .1 to ,7 r, Bi> FTIST CHRISTIAN Christian Church lii.'in a.m.: Rible .t;!-)!!)!!!, l'ri>- gram, ll.i'i' a.m.: Topic, "Why Obsrive the Lord's Day," ',!.eii ji.in.: Cliristiau i:nde:i.o;- ('onrrr- ence. 7.;!U i).m.: Topic, "The Risen Christ." Services in charge of Evanneliuta Bogue and Webb. A Welcome for All. First Bjiplisf Church Rev. D, Hozs. Pastor U. cm.: n-\. A. C. .\lcl.aiirin, Supl. of -Missions, will ];reacl;. .'-'.I'll: ,S!inJay ir'ciiool witii speci;i! juu-.'ic end Chlli!ie;r-- : r-vj. ,j. 7,:;0 p.Ill : .Mr. '.leLHurm v.-iU nreacli. �V'}}r-. '-The ."vTicus Mi^takr' Abciit the Millenium." XOHLEIOKI) NEWS .N'obleford, April 20.--.\l:-s. H. Ste-i wart was the rei?epieni of mank gifts ; al a surprise party which look poss- i ession of her lioinp o.'i the occasion \ of her liirthday on Kridav. Quite a ! large, number of ladies v.eie present j and gtunes v.ere indu'lged in. refresh-1 nieiU-: also being served, liofh Mr. | am! �;is. Slesvan are highly Uionght j of iti til':' f �'.�-i;is.';ii '^1 !^v'u�l:,r;l.\ vitli li':,-:.::: l-'jc:, as 'UM '�eei;. .-':,.�' :.i aif 'i'ri;'iges co.ivo'.idut-.y to liiink ivijeii sonie- 1 � .- Ilia. � !ne ', .'./�I � 1.1 ij'i a;;i' wi'l :r: !he n:,it. ::.( ( tiag-: I ie-l(. lllU-r be ���r-U\ �� air le:| ;;es'U;:,' in '�I iil'e '.: ij; boii:.e o : rievi i!, ;^ ��br:! The Ir, ian-llie 10,- i:c.!e!- t'l.-:: Vi'r'. '. II ' '.e.'-'.ubin of :.:l:::- I will Cc:.,':-^!..':., :ii-' ; � :; �>f :. t'c iialty iLsts lji'iii,t; the total c) i'ur reported from the lighting at St. Klol Wounded III ..... ;i.77 Iti '::;:vl . :ir. re .���"',) Ill J'Ul V Ibo Prescription for h! ii?:  .L D. Hlgliibotliain iiCo., Ltd., driiii-elwt.s, Lt'liitjrldgc, Alhwta. "'��'.'',15 J'f'iffi llu- siandnrfl tkin ri'iiinrtr -.-. liquid UBCii tJttiruully-in�(unt mllef fruui Itch. ilifi iidldcKl of eleinifjcri. - kcrpn tjlenkinalwi.y.si-li-unaiiillii-ultliy. Csioe lu ui::'' '' lUiincr Mid i:iV:| r : -.I- j;,';iould be a luM � .:, :� r i; .:in'�. cbarsc Kill h^^.� Ur.iU' ii;r aiji; l;:'i!i a coneetiou Wiil ',:; t:i.l.Cll ��� league fnrtd-:. 'Chi: tiiembcn; o: the J.adlc-t' -'.-r-veri Ice c:i'um ur.'.\ i.kkb b\ ih*. 'vv.o local lAores cu Saiurchiy iilte.iiinon, and iis a reBitiv the twaOs of tlio .society '.vere IncrfiHsed hy gomo iv.'elvo dullavr. Since the rc-urgauii^ation of the ladles' aid on the first of .March the society hau made about $30. A total of 121 ears of grain have, been shipped irou^ heru bliicu hiNf Seplumbei', oogeinsta I On Thursday evening the Lelli-;hridgi- Lodge .No. ;!7. Henevoleiit and : Pioteclive (Jrder of .'Oiks, Duininiiei of j(;iiiiada, was duly instliiited in the K. I P. Hall by Secriitary Isauis of ihe l'"il-'. nioiuou lodge, acting under a t (ii.-cial dispeii.sation from the Grand Lodge of 'Canada. Thb order here siarled out 'with '10 members and a ..pecial cam-1 palgii i.s now ill progress lo raise the j number to "a without ilchiy. I Olllcers of the new lodge were ulec.i-I'ed and ibHtallcd as follows: Past lis-I ailed Ruler, H. W. Crawford; Kxalted i Ruler. W. ,1. Armstrong; Ksleumed iLeaiiiiig Knigiit, L, W. Clark; lOslocn-|ed Loyal Knight, A. .M. (Jrigg; ICiiteem-Uid Lecturing Knight, .M. AlcMiihon; j Secretary, II. G. Long: Truasin-er, j''ri)d Kenny: iv.-ifiiiirc. Dr. Gullivaii; In-slilii Guard, .1, P. Swit:a;r; Tyler, 12, il. Eilgeln TruslecK, A. M. Grac-', .f. I,i, 'ruriiey and i', K. Harri.s. Anolher meeting of the lod.ge' w;il be held luixt week when about 20 now nioniber.s will bo iiiKbiled and doiails of lodge l-ooins and other matters sut-tloil, Tho order is off to a good start here, and Alliorta now has four l'idgo,H, one ill uiich city over iiOOO. Mr. Isaacs  eturned lo lidmoiitoii this iifleriioon. FINAL NOTICE Contest Closes May 15th l^m Prizes s W, CLAHK, LLMITED .\l,-\Ni'>-ACTL HEU .MO.N'TRKAL !1ee recruit figures Ottawa, ,Vpill 20--IJurlng llio ilrsl thrill.! niotuliti of tJilii yoiir tlioi'o were S8,.')7,''i men enlisted tor overseas service according', to a return tabled today. Tliey wei'i! distributed a� follows: Ontario, first division, !),2rjl; second division, 22,-135; third divlclon, iHt.OK'J; Quebfic fourth division, ri,2;i5; 'I'Iftli division 1,400, Maritime prov. iiicos 7,;ill; .Manitoba and Suskatche-�van );J,'J12; HiltlBli Columbia and Vu-kon (;'.7ri2; Alberta 7,117, The eiillHt-monls In .MaroM were ;I2,70,7 an cotn-pai'od with 211,212 In Januury and 20,-(;r,)5 iu Kebriiarj', First Pri ize What is the 7th Point? From the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the Gulf of Mexico to Hudson B-dy,millions of people have been asking "What is the 7th Point in Sterling Gum?" In practically every town, city and village in the United States and Canada,'the published six points of superiority have brought Sterling Gum fast-growing popularity. But the seventh point still remains a riddle. Point (2) {X)il^ Now, we arc oflering liberal prizes to those tvho send us the best suggcstiotis for the Sterling Gum Point 7. Before you make your suggestion for the 7th Point, read the following: The Following Story Unfolds the Secret of the Famous Point 7 To most people chewing gum is a mystery. They may know that different cht-wing gums arc made from difJcrcnt ingredients. But that is about all, Here are facts which we believe yoti will be glad to know about Sterling Gam: Your Sterling Gum is made from tlic following materials: The basis is the pure sap of the tropic.nl Sapota Tree -a natural guiti. This natural Sapota Tree sap is boiled, sweetened and flavored. The sweetening is siinply pure cane sugar and pure corn syrup. The flavoring is of two kinds-Peppermint (in red wrappers), Cinnamon (in blue wrappers). There a-e some twenty varieties of the mint plant. The Sterling Peppermint is a product of the choicest, smoothest-flavored of these many mint varieties. The spicy Cinnamon flavor is extracted from the Cassia bush which grows in the tropics. The sap of the Sapota Tree, the cane sugar, the corn syrup, the Pcppennint and Cinnamon flavors all come from the sap of soirc plant or tree. Nature herself supplies these delicious materials from which your Sterling Gum is made. Requirements for Winning Phrase When you read the above facts on the materials that Sterling Gum is made of, you will know all that it is necessary for you to know in eiuering this contest. The first prize will go to the one whose suggestion, bused on the above slory, most impressively presents the natural purity of Sterling Gum-in the opinion of the judges. Remember that your suggeslion must be iu six words or less. The next best suggestion will \^in the second prize-and so on down. tt i> understood that (he Sterling Gum Company will have the right to use the 7 Point luggestioni sent In by the prize winners. The contest !� easy to enters just think out your way ol cxpress-ing the 7th ^oint. Then write it out in six words or less and send it in as directed io Ihe conditioot printed below. Even if you don't win the first prize of $1,000, you stand a diance to win one of the, 7,777 sunaller prize** PEPPERMINT' IN RED 'WRAPPER CINNAMON IN BLUE -WRAPPER First Prize $1,000 Second Prize $500 Third Prize , . 7 Prizes-oach . 70 Prizes-each $250.00 700 Pm��-��eh , Bes of 20 fire-cerit pKclcagfos of Sterllnf . $25.00 7000 Prizcf-�iich . Box of 10 f ive-cont packogM of Sterling $2.S0 Gum. Conditions of the Contest Judges Sterling Gum Company ein-pluvee.f cnimnt enter this con'.esi. If two anstvers are entitled to the same prize, the full amount of the prize will be paid to each. All answers must come in on a postal card. On the back of the reti)l card write nothing but your Point suggestion (six worcls or less) and your name and address. The postal may be mailed in an envelope if you choose. Mail answers to Sterlinir Prize Judges Room 319, 405 Lexington Ave. New York City You may send in as many suggestions for Point 7 as you choose. liiil rack tuggttlion muti be