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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1918 T�K LETHBRIDGE DAILT IIERALD PAGE THREE PROFESSIONAL CARDS ___peNTAU^__ Vli.. M. J. QIUSON-OKNTIST GKAU Uate of Royal College of ^Dental S^^ Scocs Toronto and holder ot a Dotn-InloQ Dental CbrtUicaie. OfdcD: _roums 6-G Bryan Dloch. Phono 1071. ccssoi- to Dra. Courtice & Ollchrlst). Qt'Bduate of Univoroity ot Muryland. fiooics 8-9 Macdonald Uloclc I'hon^ 1I�5, Lethbrldgo, Alta^ MEDICAL PKS. MAKUS ANIi MAKRB-UiSNT. ista, SucceBsora to Dra. Stewart and McClure. Iloura 9 to 5. OCfIco: Hiu-_lnbothain Block. Phone 374. member of Royal Collego of Stu-Eeoni. (Bng.) Llceatlato Royal College of Pbysiclana (London) ti.D.9., 1900. Houra U-12; 1-5. Office C-S Uig-_lnbQtham iHloek. Phono 1616. �ts North Western Duutal Univera-tty, Chicago. Office phone 7SS; re� Idcnco ptaooa 752, Oftlcea: Unloa Bank Building.__1&8-0 gunsmiths GUNSMITHS & UOCKSMlTHa-Qun barrels atraiehteucd, guns restocked, euh work done by a gunamith, keys made, locks repaired, blcyclea,, typewntcrs, pboncsfraphs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. Ma.cdonaId, Indian Motorcycle Agent, PUoaa 1032, 413 4th Ave. S. PIANO TUNING 0~ir CRIPPSr~BXPiaKT TUNBR- Player-Piano and Orgaa Repairer; SO years' factory experience. Honours Certlflcato M.T. Assn., Ifoa^"* ' England. References to tie loafj^f uuBiciana of the city. Pbou� VibS ata Ave. A. South.^^^___ DOCTOR GALITkAITH 014 Tliird Aveoiuo aouuh Office houra.............. 1-3 p.m. ...............7--8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appolntinant. Talephono 125:1 CllAGG. Ortlce Royal Ltanlc Bullil-liig. Offico liours: 1.30-3 p.m.; T.IiO-8.30 p.ui. I'lione ,505. 87-0 LOST AND FOUND (Wi.v/i Rpplylnic Mantlon The HeraWV KOilND-One-half set double harnesB. Owner c;au liavo samu liy proviniBr property and paying cxponHi;a. Apply J. n. Ijae, 414 Blh Ave. Boutli. 117-fi DISB. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIB-son-Offico, 109 Sherlock Block Telophonea: Office 319; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to 18 a.m.S 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. Dir~lTir�oR^"arr"jS)^, ~No^^ Throat; 115 Sherlock Dldg. OJfice hours 10-12; 2-6; evenfngs by op' polntment. Phones: Offics 311; R�� Idcnce 593. LOST'-One steel sJ'ay horso, weight about 1450 pounds. Roman noso, branded J W on the right shouWor. Rownrd $10.00. C. E. Roblin, Tabor, Alberta. _ _ 100-lOo H'l'RAY 13d-Onto promlaos of Petor Carlson iit Ii'o" SprinsH, norlU WchI leper tn city. Watch for yoUow automobile. W. H. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. S. Phone 720. In Lethbridge 20 years. A. MEADS-Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. Phone 690. 611 8th Ave. S. 90-26 EYES TESTED J.M HEHDERSOH-SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult C.-ises a Specialty Ottico at Wri(|lit ^ Jewellery Stoio Hour* 10 io 12 a..M - BAKERY KIRKBY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co.. 606 3re Ave. S. Phone 1627. FURS WE ARE SPECIALIZING in natural settings in Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger.. Every set different, new effects. Raw furs wanted Scott, Practical Furrier, Higinboth am Block. 87-0 DANCING LESSONS MISS GLADS ATTREE-Classes and private lessons for adults and chil dren at Y. M. C. A., Lethbridge, ev er" Thursday and Friday. Phone 1695. _ CLEANING AND OYEINO THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to gar menta. Only the highest claas thai, the law.s and principles of tlio Old Testament arc binding on hk oiil.v is so far as they have been carried over Into the New. We have di.srarded all human creeds and take the Pilble as our only rule of faith aiifi practice. 2. We believe in the Diety of Christ. We recognize lliui as haying all authority both in heaven and on earth. We believe that lie was more than a man-rjod in the fiesh. The creed of tljis church is 'Jesus is the, the Son of the Living God.' 3. We believe in the congregational form of church government, with elders and deacons elected by the members according to tlie New Testament plan. . 4. We believe that five steps are necessary in becoming a Christian: hear the gospel, believe tlie gospel, repent, of sins, confess Christ und be baptized. Then follows a faithful Christian life. We emphasize the ab- solute neco.=ii*!ty ot a scvon-dHy-in-tlie-week religion. n. As to baptism we believe in the iniriersion of a ponitont believer. We do not accept Infant baptism us of dlvlno origin, and consequently do nut' practice. We do not believe in water' .salvation. Baptism must be i)r(!C(;il-od by faith and repentance. U. We believe In the wceldy observance of the Lord's supper u.h ;inu:-titled by the Apostles. We ucitluyi- invite nor debar from llie l.oi-d'k table, hut lot evoryono e.'Jaminii his own self. V. We believe in none but .Srriplnr-al names for th(! church and (or tlic individual followers of (.', W.; believe that human names are ilivisivc. and that tlie followers u". Christ can he united only on names found in the New Testament. We do not use the term Christian in any exclusive sense. Wo would that all Christians evory-wiiero would accept this simple. Scriptural name. 8. We believe in the unity ot all follower.'i of Christ. Wo urge people everywhere to accept the Bible as tlie only rule of faith und practice and to stand with us in our effort to restore th(! Now Testament cliurch. Wo plead for no book but the Bible, no name but the divine, no creed but Christ, and for Iho adinini.straliun of the ordinances Mb taught by Christ and Jfis apostles.'' 1 Tlie services tonight will begin at' 7:45. The siihjeot is "Two-Faced I'eople." Mrs. Fagan will sing. ALL PASSENGERS AND MOST OF CREW SAVED .;. .;. .;. GERMAN ? ? : : : : : : MISSING. ? Amsterdam, April L'!i.-Speaking before the main committee of the Cei-niiui reiclistaK, according to VorwiierlH. (leiU'ral Von IllKbcrg stated thai on .\larcii, the nuniher ot (German missing had reached a tolnl or i;i'.l,lfi-l. or this ni/mber. he salil. 'j:',i;.r.7(i wcie pii.sDners iu l'"raiic": ll'.i.Odii in ICiiglanil; l."i7,(nio in Itiu^sia and U(niiiiania, and llic nin.iin-(ier necessarily rcganlcil as (lead. FOR SALE Three Good Sections of Raw Land in the Skiff district. l)CSt. One of the Chas. T. Cousins Sl