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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 8ATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MGE FIVT! CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN tCIENCE FIJ1S1 ClitJ'lCl. or CHHIST BCIIHtTIBT-Royal Bank block Scr (Itvea a. B. Wednetdar et- -teitlmony (.00 p.m Tki rudlgf room It to day from three to p m la cordMly to at Mod. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST PATRICK'S A. H RoMntbal, patter, Rev f Mini assistant. Mail m High Main, 11am Sunday iclu a, i p m. Evening 7 30 p in at each service. ARMY Swvku aw MU M the Citadel, Pitta itrwl, Sunday, II a. Helium 3 p a. pran. aid 7 90, Salntloa nltkta. S pnbllo kmltog. led c'sterx SoIdlHs' Thursday, I pa', Salvation xwatlar. lentlstoft, 8 p.a. CHRISTADELPHIANS O'HRISf ADELPHIANS Meet in Hall, 7th south at 8 p. m. Bible class, S 'nU? s at 8 p m. in cooimevorate tkt dsatb, and at 1 80 sn "to jrjeWa the glad nt of 'Piu-v Divine fcr Mr Sydney Batsford All iMti -No collection. tATTES DAY (AINT8 CKVRBH or JBWS CHMST lATHR O. B. I'll! letk B, uff T M C. A. 10 M a.a. Syniio 2 pm ramsct wells? alwAyft Blthcp Otp W. Oteea, E'cotd ATr. S Ps7ie LUTHSRAN Choose Your Widow The man, who thinks only of doesn't care what happens after he's gone his wife to assume too great a risk. His death is likely to mean a slavish, wage- earning career for his widow: V Of. if-abject poverty befall her, Rome charit- able institution may appeal to a kindly public for money with which to keep her and her children alive But how different is the prospect for a woman whose rhtuband, by of life assurance, ha.i made pro- viikm for her support in the event of his tieatb. What prospect haa your wife if you'should did tomorrow? The choice rests with you Let an Imperial Life policy tbe answej. ft will provide her with a regular monthly income to begin at your death and continue BO long its she lives. Our booklet "Safeguard your Legacy" about this feature of Imperial policies. Ask for a copy today. It's moat iuiereiiting, free. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Asrarance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wftie, District Lelttnfo niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiimiiiiimii; department of tbe 1 ST VtSST LUTHERAN meet at 10 am 6th Aw. and departments at 13 noon itiatii St. C. 6iaat, minister class at 4 pm All services Sardir. JUwut 2 No pat snortOTsd for the Bummer months tor Waaier league at 7 S31 Sirpagirs and rfsitors and METHODIST '11 WBSTitlNSI EH CHbRCH-Kcv ST ATiMjS TIN'S CHURCH i J. B KHICIB, pastor Class mwtiai Coraer Are u ''For the Prora'Ke is unto sou and your children, and to all that are afar God aliai: call." Sunday school and .Bibla eluss. Grron sing at-: the evening A hearty welcome to all. -PRESBYTERIAN and i e c o i v e1ha 11 highest Dialkct Liberal Advances Made On Consignments i ft rite or is he Us for our Mar feet Report .and Quotation sheet We _are in daily touch with IqciU and outside markets and can advise you to your advan- tage C. Knight Co. CHARLES'KNIGHT W. J. HYDE Live Stock. Commission Merch- ants, Alberta Stockyards, Calgary, P. O. Box 18G6. Phone E5S44. Dylans down because ihcy- thought they 'were for neiv expenditures in- stead of that we confi- dently expected they would pass them when put up "again Wjtli Hie explana- tion that they upre to pat old debts. The advertising of these bylaws and the polling expenses cost about I100Q each time thcj 1ms e to be sub- and to keep the sheriff out they svlllliai'o to be re-submitted ag- ain .and again until voted. There is absolutely -nothing else to do. The city's creditors must have their moilej I am criticised because I have not put up.a simple ballot and statement. Such .a. byla'w was drawn up and sub- mitted" to Clark Snibes bond at- torneys, in approval, but the} vouid nothing to do with saying It not They sent u what they consideiuo a legal bylas and it has been presented to you jus as they, advised. It is no use to get the bin gesses out in sufficiently large mim hers this lipt weather to listen to an that the commissioner ire willing to give. We tried it wlie .he'last bylaws-were presented. Les ban at North Lethbmlse turne out to listen, -and-less than 1 per cen Jinetl out on the southside Not 2 of the whole population of Ijethbridg turned out to hear the bylaws explain ed Mr Oisce and Mr Reid probabl; Kill takt an oppo ot explaining the bylaws: they are presenting o: 4. W: D. L. HARDIB. EIGHT.YEAR.OLD BOY .KILLED A RATTLER Alliy, Alia., July -How- COM. GRACE'S EXPIRATION i people and am iemg iiaid for so do ing. The first itenuis P oposition "A, ?3186797 the high pres suro si stem tfjmards of has aheedi heen spent on this system, and it sttends disconnected and' Incom Plete. It is .costing" us an eiorbitan aniouut of repaus and neai anil tear on our pimping station he cause aie two small nMtns one 12-inch aud one 10 inch We are clicked and'thiottled The sj's.te'm. providesj-a 24-inch main from the pump housejltt, of nil' and an increase of 371bs pressure lull he .to make any more house connec- tions and will thus deprive tbe city of additional revenue. ARTHUR REID. SUFFS STILL FIGHTING Belfast, Aug. feaffra- gettes today disobeyed the order is- sued by the Women's Social and Pol- itical Union, requesting membera to refrain from militant acts during the aiuat- tempt to destroy the ancieiit cathedra! at Lisburn.. The women placet dyna- mite beneath a window of the chancel. The thick -wall resisted the explosion, but a very rare stained ghss window was shattered. A. M. Todd, a printer, was drowned at Port Dover, something, pauperism. over.' than to help encourage ,1 ask you to think it A. M. GRACE. COM.REID'S EXPLANATION Uie generators at the power house. of the has already been spent on house services and.line extensions, and this' money lias be paid. A large portion 'of tbe for street railway is to pro- a turning 'point, for the cars to Henderson Park; so as to cut out the ong run to :th'e.-loop during the win- at other times when it is not to run out there; this will help to reduce operating expenses. There is also an amount to provide or heating in the car barn to protect he car.motors from.frost In tbe'Win- er, and a drainage.pump to drain the lasement'.which is1 below the sewer, he electric equipment being in dan- ger from' flooding. With the exception t the for street railway pur- soges, the interest and sinking fund an .the other Items of hylnw No. 2-lfi vlll not be a direct, burden on the tax- lajprs, as the Elprtrif department s taken, core of its overhead barges. We have eliminated from he above 'bylaw everything that Is un- ccesary believe the expendl- ure Is order to the poner Meat May Be Injurious and Is Expensive! Some people may eat lots of meat without in- jury to their health, but it's hard on their pockets. Others should avoid meat almost entirely, yet they eat it pay in both health and purse. Either class will benefit by eating less meat and more Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes. ilt gives much more nourishment than its cost in meat, is infinitely more easy to quently better for you. Ask for CORN HAKES It's the original. 10 cents package. ;