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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX nil' LKTHBiunr.i-: daily iieiiald satuuday, APIUL2!). I'JIC. BUE. ''V.WfAYSftEl.rABILK Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder in o\{�!>� iii.stiuu'c whtTi' y-baek .miariintee. CARDSION TIZENS LF, MP P la PRt:SHVTERIAN ] Kno\ ("lunch , Cornsr 4th Ave. anrf S'.h Street S. Rev. A. H. Denoo;i. Paster. M;ir.s,^ : l.'In !"cnnh AieiMU-Ki'i;:!l.i.- sfrvi(.r.>^ jiior.iiiit; ; Big Sisters I'iiis.-; .il I'.U'.. Biq Brotners' acj: !Ui;.~' !) i ;-.jtt:.e:.- of the S.'iM'iiij .:.-;iot>l at : tUhoj- ciop'.iri aif'ii'.- a: 'liiii-so t'hiss at ! p-!ii. Music: Moniinp. "Iiir'.inf Tlr!!-- K-ir. ' Hiiiiu'.el. Kieniut. "Slie .Shall I'ciir.i- fid-.m l.iKte Hail).' Biioli. St. Andrew'.^ Church Rev. Wm. McNicol. M. A., Regular StTvict^s iiiornin'.: a:;il evi>ii-in?. Sunday School at 2 and .^:15 p.m. Hardieville at 3.30. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N.. Baptist Church j Ladies Arrange Aflair in Com meuMiration of NVomen's Su IT rage Canlstoi:. .\!irll JS.- The ivsspml'I.v hall uHs praft1tiill> full ui raimcit.v . hist evoiiliiB on lilt' ot'i'iiplim (if the liiin�j' ii-ndercil I'j ilie luillfs nf runlsliiii to .Mnrtiii Woolf, M.i'.r.. fori tilts (U^trirt. Ill apiinH-iHlUm of litsj I'.Torl.') in .i,'riimin;; of wo;nnn'.�j suilraiie liy Illy pro', iiu'ial lt"4lslaturo. Till- hall bolilR lu'amifr.lly iltfcoratPi) with flai;,l�;iii orlock thp sMosts wtTi' iishcrt'd to tiioir svuis at the tieaiilifiil HPraiipeit aiiiirins tables h.^ niPiiihers of the iiii-'ptioii ; .iniiiiittef. i TI;e houoi-pil pur*! s tahle ientri>cl tlu. hail Hnd KPaleil thereat wrre -Nlr. ainl! -Mr.-!, .\Urtiii Woolf. Mr. ami .Mis. .1.1 ' .\. llam.uer. I)i. O. D Woek.-s. .\Iayor| Hrown ar.d If.-. Mr. and Mrs. S, Wil-; Hams. 7.. \V .liioolis, .1. V. Card, pres.' idotu of tile board nf trade. Mr? Dr.' Chrtstie. K". .N. Hnrk(r. .Mrs, IM', Siar.| pool. Miss Keith a?id Mr, and .Mi^.i '.Ann. ] ; 111 a iirislii and liappy spepili. .Mrs.! .1. A. llainiiur. lionorary idiairu ouiun | ut'U'unied tiiL> yue.'it^ on helialf of Ihoj ladies. f(diowliii: wliiih prace was of-j ffrpd by .Mr. M. .\. Coomlis. TVjc siip-j Pfr itself wa.-: a ivork of an uiid was; serveil liy a hovy nf >oiuii; ladit':'.jjj all of whom were dressed in wiiito. Iiij the words of dr. Weeks, it was a I tontinued program of "pood eats and; aai>." ; To iulToduie the wortliy :uiojeL-t. a-fiai; drill was skillfull.', rendered i ' ivv?U� young boys dressed in white; suits, the Sianiiers liearitii; tiie letter.^ Iter SIX GE LLU (\jONTIM'i:l) FHOM l''l!ONT PaUK) :SI'.Vl).VY-" 1 I r. n'... rempii'.herlu.c the Lords Death. KvenSne. ~.'i>\ lev*. pel nieetin.e. Tl'ESDAV- V p.m. hi�a^er a]'.(i ttf \Vord. THrKSDAV- y p.m.. Special waiting "votes for women.' .Mr. 7. W. .laeobs upon God for the .Bapti.sm of the � "^'-V ai'ted as tuastmast.>r and intro-! Holy fihnst. duced the speakers. The toast '"J.ir,'" �^'"'s. J. N. Kettles was badly dam- i Mf�j-'-v utT . I^lns" 'I'j'y iiroposed hy K. N.iased by tire on Thursday evening. A :il-.Art.\ WKI.i 0.\lh ri) Al.I. I H^rker: 'The Krapire' by Wil-j j,,. Kettles amUur .hildren had re ---------------------------Hams; "Canada:' l.y .Mrs. Or. Chris-j tie: "Our p:\;ests." \,y .1. W. l,ow ; I "The Ladies' bv Mayor Hrown; "The'they^ had spoilt the .Men" by Mrs. i), K. Hat " ' ""'. ANGLICAN METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H.''Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 1lth>St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m.: Topic, "The Distinctive Fea-lurc of Christianity." p.m.: Bible School and .Atlult Class es. T.:;ii p.m.: Topic. "Shakespeare and .Wis Message." Tlie spfC'iu) Piaster music will be re-["��ited by t!ie choir. The fourth Quarterly Communion Service for the year will be observed May 7th. -St. .\ugustin'.s Church Corner Second Ave. and Sth St. S. IIKCTOK Rev. Canon MurreM-Wright. M. A. Holy Comniuiilon at s a.m Matins-At 11 a.m. Evensong-At 7..'-'i p.m. Sunday School-.\l !y a.m. Member" by Mrs. Ho'nerl Ihey. How They Worked .\s soon as llie frost was out ot (lie Brotind. work began. Xear the centre of the sleepliiK seotio!! of tile ciimp. right under the head of ouo of the hiinUs, a portlmi of the floor large piioUKh tor a man to crawl Uinnutli WHS sawed out by u saw made out of a butcher knife from the culinary depttilmeiit. This niiido a |ia�aaK(�-wuy to the space nndri' the floor of llie building. A workluB space was Bradimlly sloped away from the open-iliK.to the wall ot the Iniildiiig. the earth removed bolii.c spretid well back out of the way. when the wall of the building: wns reaclieil ilie i-enl work bi'uan. .\ hole was sunk to a depth of tour and a half feet jind plettly larye enoutli for a man to work coiiirortable In. This was on tin west .side of tlie building next to tin nurseries which take up a strip alonp the exhibition ground feu.'e next tlie lake. .-V horizontal tunnel was then started in a westerly direcrion. This was where llm real work be-Clin. Ill the dead of iil,i?lil a workiiiK party of two or throe would slip under the floor and commence operations. One man would dig and load llie earth removed into a liox on a little Bind which was drawn back liy means of a rope which had been braided out ' of all mnnnpr of .strings, ribbons, and i bits of .'loth. The earth would be carried back under the buiiding tind spread well out of tlie way. To supply Itsht for the operations were home-made candles niauufaiHured out of bits of strlni; and tallow or grease I Klolen from llie kitchen, making ;i i sort ot old fashioned dip. 1 As tile tunnel pro.uressed fiiriluM' to the west and out under the yard of the , compound wtiere the sentry walked I up and down at all lioiirs. a small hole about an Inch in diaii>eter was , drilled upwards to the surface ami I covered with a little stone to allay suspicion. Tills hole sewod as a listening post from whicli ilio workers ciniid tell the location of the sentry on his nightly rounds. No Suspicion With no siis'dcioii that any attempt of tlie kind was in pro.gress. tlie work-i ing parties w ent out every night and extended the tunnel to the limit. .\ , . , ! hoine-made rule found after tlic es-... , . , . , , , I cape was used to tell the progress -'"'^l']"'.'''^'^]'}" '^^1'^?'^^ give the sappers an idea of the In 1 and 2 pound can*. Whole-ground -pulverized- alio Fine Ground for Percolators. 167 I'mcher Creek, .\prii 2^. -The home Kettles and her 11 cently returned from the coast where winter. ! deuce, as it wa.i under a process of number of feet required to conipleto St. C.vprian's Church i Cor. 1 Itn Street and Sth Ave. South, man's Suffrage" capturing the laurels of the evening. T'lie vocal duet "Myi Sulphur dioxide is the freezing agent : Caravan has llested,' was creditably, used in a new i;orlal)le reirigorating ;'rendered liy .Mr. Pickup and .Mi.ss; machine of l-'rench invention. .Matins-11 a. m. Sunday School and ' Pickup, as also their piano duet "Tlie:--- . . _ .____;_:7;^:^__- - Bible Classes, 3 p.m. , 'Soidiers' Cht>n:i;.- Ti;e vocal ..^olo KN'ICXSOXG 7.:'.u p.m. "Some->viiere a Vuice is Calling" by Holy Communion-Isi and Srd "Sim- J."?.* jVl^*'"- '.'!f5'^'l'.J'.!!.''''^!" ">�"""".'! Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B.A., Rector Westminster Church R-v. J. E. Francis, Pastor 111 a. in.: Children's Class .Meetiiii:. 3 1 a.m.: I'hildren's topic. "The Resurrection Body. Life." I'.t.'i p.m.: Sunday School. T.;!i> p.m.; Topic. "The Crossv/ays of Life." days at .s.:;m; imuI and ttii Sundays a- 11 n.ni. Baptism-4ih Snmiays ai I p.m. P'oUowing a brief speech by Fir. (>. L>. Weeks, the pretty solo "it isn't liain-ing Rain for .Me' was sung hy .Master Robbiii Sbelfield. .\. L. Smith was wanrily appla^aled for his offering "The. Bandolier" wiiile .los. Banner constituted two piano niinibers,-, CHRISTADELPHL\NS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinhotham Sunday School and -\dult Bible Class Block, Entrance oth St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesrfays-at S p.m. Bible Cie.sa : 8'jnday-.ai ;! p.m.. to Commemoralt the Lord's Death and at 7.:!ri p.m. to proclaim the glad lidinga of the Kinsdom of Cod. Subject: "Paul's Message-A Change of Masters." All Seats Free. No Collection St. .Mary's Church Sf-rmon. "The n'ogle ^ Cor. Sth Ave. a.nd 12th Street C. N. ' "^"�ing Sons" and "Sextet from Lu-j ; cia ' -with dlstiucilun. I Holy Communion - Kvery. SunJ.ty Martin Woolf .M. t>. P., the honored; moriiInK at ,S a.m. 'guest of the evening gave tlie clo.- nl!''teir apprei-iation of what had iieen 11 i;.m. i done at Kulmontoii. Reference was' made to the "iove. iionor and obey"' clause In the marriage contract, and how absurd it �vas of asking a woman lo do someiiiing ihey know she will not do. Th" .-.cope and the bene-^ tits of the Sultrage .vet were touched, on together witli the initiative and, reff.'reiidum and prohibition acts. In j � oni'lusion and umiil rounds of ap-i plause. the sfieaker slated that of all liie provinces, .\lberta takes tlie lead along the line of advanced legislation. The singing of "(Jod Save llie Kfiig" -] brongi ' the most-talked of social! { nint-'tion for many a season, lo a close. ; The affair was exceedingly well jitit-ronized on uccouiit of Its being non-i partizan. Conservatives fraternizing j with Liberals, and taken altogether i the evening was very educative as I well as entertaining. The ladies have I every reason to feci prouil of the suc-: cess of their efforts, j Two more recruits' were added lo 'the i:'.th .Mounted Infantry today in : the ijersons of Uan Letivltt and A. .Mat kin. The recruiting campaign throughout the di.strlct ha;-* been vm-y Riiccosaful and \:i yielding line returns In splendid specimens of manhood. This evening .'.iajor Brown is attending the bamiuel at .Magrath, given by ilie town in honor of tlndi volunteers, and on .Sunday he will uil-dress a meeting in the Hchool liouse on the .McltUyre lease. SOUP C11RISTL\N at :'. p.m. Kveiisong at 7.2(i. BELIEVERS Burgtnan's Hall. 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for t.'ie Breaking oi Bread at ii a.m. Sunday School at p.m Gospel Preaching al 7.;io p.m. Bible Reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m, LATTER DAY SAINTS Christian Church 3(1 a.m,; Sunday School. 11 a.m,: Topic. "Prayer," Sermon by ------------ 7.3^''p,.m''topic. "Christian Unity." ' ^'^urch of Jesus Christ of Latter 'J�'ist day of the Revival meetings con- ; Day Saints ducted bv K\aiigellsts Bogiie and 1 Webb. ' i Everybody Welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist I Hull aiock, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Te.stimony mo-.t ing at ,S p.m. RHADINt! ROOM OPKS TO K'vEiiV-O.N'K DAILY I''ROM :'. to ,-, :i m. Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday School-10.;ii'i a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary Association-Saturday :; p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 'j jj.m. N'tsltors .Mways \Velcom(i Bishop Geo. W. Green, lOio 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 BAPTIST First Baptist Church Rev. D. Ross, Pastor The pastor will preach farewell-sermons at II a.m. and 7.311 p.in. All jnembers and friends '.'.re urged to attend. Sunday school at 12, SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, Sth St. Sunday-II a,m,. HollneBs .Meeting; :{ p.m. I'raise .Meeting and 7.3fJ Bal-vstlon Meeting. Week Nights-.Monday, K p.m.. Public .Meeting, led by Sisters. Thursday. >i p.m. Salvation ,MeetlnK Citadel band in ititmdunce. Ralr.rday, S p.m., free and easy me'rting. Toronto Conservatory of Music Laughter'aml mirth was tlie sauce I renovation. It Is supposed that the ! jy^p-'j,;; "^op^-^,,,,g,'j,,;^^^^^^^^ a.vompanying tiie.vc'.y sumptuous j "re was staiteU from the kitchen ) j,^.,. jf,p barbwlre fence of the com-repasi. following which was enjoyed range. The reflection of the flames , jj^^nuj ^jj^j ^^^^^ (.Qvered by an interval of music and speeches.! while still conlined to the inner ! jjprp another hole was drilleil .Miss Wyona Heppler and .Master Dav-^ rooms was noticed by a passerby and j p,,rface, forming another lis- id Thorpe, appearing in coloni.il cos-j the alarm iiuickly given. The fi-'*^ i tening post Another 20 feet and the tume. announced the program as it; fighting apparatus was attached to a 1 i,ad been carried far cnougli ^\as rendered. Following ilie opening, couple of motors and brought to the i ^^^^ ,.^,1^ l,e made which address by ,1, Y, Card, president of, scene of the conllagration at high , ,.,r enough awav from the the hoard of trade, who vividly port-^ speed. By the splendid work of the I j.pj,try's beat to allow a good chance i rayed the opportunities offered the tlremen the tire was soon under con-j escape The exit shaft however,' women of Alberia, .Mrs, S, William.^ i trot. U is understood that the loss is | was'not cjompleied until the time for gave an able inierpretaiion of "Wo-j covered by insurance. ] escape was at hand. Then came a period of waiting and getting ready for the finale which must be pulled off on a dark niglit, Pai'ks must be made ready. Prov-isions must be gathered bit by bit from the kilclien and no suspicion of the attempt must be allowed lo reach i the ciiards. Tuesday niglii was the time picked, and as il was very dark after midnight it suited the purpose very well. 'I'hroughout the niglit the prisoners were very restless. The leaders lu the plot would nnlurBlly he the first to try their bund al a getaway, and doubtless the rest of tlie camp wn.s tense with excitement to learn whether they had made good ami if there wa.s any chance for more to follow. The guarijs felt that there was some-j thing on foot but were baffled to I know what it might be. That th? , suspicion of the guards was noticed i and kept others ot the prisoners from ' attempting an escape Is shown by the fact that inside the tunnel was found the pack of a would-be fiigiiivt? who must have fancied the guards were wise and that it wasn't siife to make the break for fear a bullet might stop his iirogress. Inside the pack i were found two loaves of bread, sonu! bai:on, a bottle of coffee and some old clothes which iiiislu be usc'd for a di.sguise. Screened by Trees Once outali;!! the liole of the tunnel, well screened hy the trees of the nursery, the fugitives crawled away from the camp in a soutlieriy dlrcclion. hiding behind a row of hedge trees thicker than the rest. This '.va.'i followed for over a lumdred /;u'dH when the (lermans made a noiseless dash over the high-hoard fence surrounding the grounds into llender.soii Park, free al last. What direction was taken from lliere lui one knows. .Since the escape has been ntdsed abroad there have been reports that one or more of the men had been seen at .Magrath and at Warner, but these reports h9Ve provetl groundlesK. The .Mounted police have a good description ot the men and have hurried men out In every direction but none have yet come to liglil. .Ma.ior Hirnie who is in charge of the dotentlon camp, says the escape was niaile in a manner never thought possible, lie has frustrated plot after plol of the prisoners in Hie various camps, some of them very In-genlnuH, but this was so elaborate thdl il was never .sUKpeciiwI, Me is naturally chagrimHl that such a thing could happen and has hopoR that some of IIk^ fugllivos will yet be lh Inst,, whicli took place In the spacious hall ot the rjianiond City school. The reception, supper and hall for dancing were decorated with flags and looked most atlrat;tive. People from Leth-I bridge, Coalhursi, Commerce and 1 Iron Springs lo the number of 120 j attended. .\ splendid supper at l:i  o'clock and with music furnished by .Needs' orchestra, a most enjoyable evening was spent, as well as reall'z ^ ing some $50 for patriollc ptirpOHus. of all 10cts.per W. CLARK, LIMITWIJ MONTREAL 4 Out ot courtesy lo Hrlg.-Gen. Cruik-shnnks and .Major Hirnie who desired lo have the story of I ho escape hold unlll after an invoBllgation and until police and military authorities In all directlonu could bo notified, the Herald lias made no mention of the oc-cijrrcmce until today. We are sure our readers will apprecdale the clr-cumsliinceH which prompled this action. Pack "ENO'S" First! YOU cannot take a better traveliing-companion than "ENO'S" when off for a trip. It is your lieulth-insuiance durinff the Ihiie you are away-and prevents train and sea-sickness. You should pack- FRUIT SALT In your prlp or .suitcase as surely n.i you do any othor iieccs.snry article. Kri'or,s in diet, and chaoKe In niode of liviiie: while travel' ling.often result in disorders of the sloinacli. "ENO'S" quickly corrects any IrrKguiari-lie.s and keeps you healthy. Never travel' without ENO'S FRUIT SALT. J, C. ENO.Ud., * 'Fruit S�Il" Wollt., LONDON.Enj. Sale Atiati (or NorlU America HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO. LIMITED 10 HcCAUL STREET. TORONTO (11) Beware of Substltiites 7925 51 74 1574 43 ;