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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTHRRtDCE AUGUST 1917 PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church 4th and 8th Stratt Partor Acting Rtguiar at 11 BieSIsters Bible fJX Big Other Departments ol Sua day School f 4 Chinese PENTECOSTAL METHODIST Wtcfe Church Putor 10 Suniay Regular serrlces at 11 and Adult Bible Clasps at 3 Pentecostal Mission Faith Ftfth Avenue North Elder Pallor 11 and Tuesday and Thursday at 8 Neve will speak on Sunday This positively being Uie last iermon he will preach this A HEABTY WELCOME TO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Firtt Chnrch of Christ Hull 7th Strejt Sunday at 11 Subject The SandayjSchool trill be closed during August Testimony BAPTIST First Baptist ChurcV 3rd and Rev Patter 11 Regular morning 12 Sunday Ereaing McKinnpn will have charge ot the Art r ANGLICAN St Cypriaas Church tun Street and 8th Sunday School Bible 3 EVENEpNG Holy and 3rd days at 2nd and 4th Sundays v SALVATION ARMY Holiness Meetinf 3 Praisi Slwting and SaJ vatlon Wnk 8 Pub lic Meelfflg 8 Sal ration Citadel band in frw and Everybody Wtlcenw open dally ex and legal from 3 to 5 bible and author ized literature may be borrowed or The public fa cordially invitedto tend tho CBurch aUo to ritit tie readme Church Jnf and 8th Frank 7th Phono Btble School followed by preaching and lle Spirit Christian Endeavor Meeting Why I Bible to be the Word of LATTER DATSAINTS Chnrch of Chiirt of Latter Day Saute Corner 71K and 12th Sunday Sacrament Primary 3 Rellrt 2 VJaitors Alwayj Bkhop 1016 2nd Ptnrw CH9ISTADELPHIANS Meet In the MOOK Hlflneetham Entrance Mh and 2nd Avenue SoMtfci Wednesday S Bible Clais iundays at 10 to the Lords and at the travelling representative for the Gray Dort care paid a visit to our burs the other Ue reports that eates ot his car his been very good during the put few and It the farmers net at cU he Is expecting to Go very veil this Medd and Hunt are buey Installing an electric plant of their owu this the MeDaugaU House opeaed they hsvo beea gelting light from there but fctve now decided to put a fluituttheir This lighting ol our street doubt ot hers who see the benefit ol wll soon be inslallluE plants as Miss has had her visiting with her for a tew She unexpectedly dropped into the village from the States on Saturday mom Thijcc young mcii who are inlerest ed in farm and came into the place from the States on expect to work through the harvest and get many new ideas totake bacX home with At after long delays the plan of getting Nobleford incorporated in GRANT DAVIES MAGRATH ANNUAL SUMMER SALE Commences 6th SEE POSTERS for PRICE BARGAINS rlcfc they had a good dowLpour right out to the Turlu Black ot was a business visitor here ou TUPS looking after his real estate lu Ho very pleased with nil he saw of the crops and thinks that they ore in good and Harris arrived hers on Thursday night after paying a short visit to PINCHFR C Subject the Object of Christ ianity Failed in Europe r All SeiU tc Cclleion THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHSKIDGE to proclaim the ot theto a Tlliuge have A new plan of subdivision has been ed and the necessary petition has iecn It was sent to our oca on Everybody in loping that the powers that be at Edmontonwill act quickly and that he proper papers received at an early date so that the work ot or ganizing the place may be made at There Is alot ot useful work bat can be done In Nobleford It we had Tillage In the course ot ime the place will become a large The held a ladies night last Friday and a gcod crowd were out or what turned out to be en ioyable slightofhand tricks by Mr and music passed some pleasant hours end after refreshments had been served a dance B Paitor 1271 Phone 1659 10 Class meeting lor boys and 11 Rose will 2 Beginners andPrimary ofthe Sunday Other the Sunday Wallace ot the widely known missionary Iri China will Gotorths address on missionary work In China will con tain first hand Information as he born In that country and lived there untd a few mouths BELIEVERS Burtmani 418 13th St Believers assemble on the LoVdj Day for the Breaking Bread u U Sunday School at 3 Preaching at CANADIAN NEWSPRINT INVESTIGATORS ASK Canadian which Is inrectlgaUag the newsprint industry In yester day asked the federal trade commit for Information disclosed by the commtoitocs laijniry Into newsprint Tlnited States The rwrrcet came from Robert cbminiaaioMr in charge ol the inves Pringle alio asked for a cojiferenee with Chairman Harrte ft tie coajBixElOB and for con ference between the and American investigators who have con ducted the For every tree chopped down in Nor way the law requires three sapplings to be DOWN 291 GERMAN PLANES IN JULY I tho official 420 aeroplanes were lost on the western front in The Times admits the figures are Inexact in announcing this owing to the variations in the French and German methods ol announce The total 420 is the third high est of the compared wilh 392 in 713 in May and T1J la Of ihe 420 the Germans lost 291 and 129 British It Is right to say the British total of S3 Is prob ably Ot the 2S1 German machines the British bagged the French 35 and tlift Belgians This Is a Belgian Reasons I i 2 MO V i cWidoui ftnor Its absolute parity m mtftadoati fat man 136 yean die and chocolate piyujitxut by WALTER BAKER LIMITED have Sxwn on the foAet recognized tondttdt of the Iw healthfobeav by die comirnsui rf opinion of the of all xrhooti wjbo BMe m ptuouuoung it an idol food soppjjrjng the body wTTrnomc of ifat puaut valuable element of BE SURE THAT YOU GET THEI GENUINE WITH OUR TRADEMAMC THE IT IS A GUARANTEE Effort rfjiw WALTER BAKER LIMITED CANAiGA 1780 was held to finish the night All who were present congratulate the local lodge on its first ladles night and hope that another one will be held at an early U Is a pity that the Sirajr sion to Banff should have fallen just had a little earlierin themoaib we arc sure that more from would have taken advantage ot have had a day As it was thocD who wentsafthattney had a ven pleasant time and ihat a trip was well worth lEc thejrip toBaoff being on the same day to there was practically no one went from We doubt very much if the train would payUs coal bill from the few that was seen on when it went through The new elevator that JB being erected here Is will zoon TK coming risible to the as they go by inthe Jtilnes and Stebblns from Oiarefiholm passed through on Monday n a Mitchell The two cottages that are being by the Xohle Foundation are nearly The plasterers are ow busy putting the the alls and then there be only the nsWe finish to do to get them ready r Already there has been uite a few ifer thorn and they will e an acquistion to the Alarge barn isbeing built on the md north ot town for and the contractor expecta to e through the jot in i week or It there tin the letter lat appeared inVthe columns of the erald on night regarding the new coal on Cameron ranch it will mean a lot not only to jCthbrfdge but also to us ere the hew Une of railway uilt from Kipp to Retlaw whiih will o right through lie Cameron ranch here will be great for II who are living in the district to nake comfortable homos for them and no doubt that would then becomea Teat business Beard from Is pay og a short visit al the home of Buchanan nd bfldren back on Wednesday Om a months stay at The school Newlands was open ed last Tueaday a good5humbtr of luplis being in I Noble and family arrived t Barons from iavc been staying for tie put month n j ARE CiOOD For come time the farmers In this llslrkt have been feellij down hearted over Ilia crop ceniiltlcpBow ing o the very hot weather that we lava been Afterthe rain on Monday of them are feeling very good as the two hours rain that fell in this district was a great and thersIs no now thai a very good crop will he gathered in from the farms in the vicinity Some of tne farmers aro estimating that there will Ibe an average yloM ofW boihels and one goes over land one thinks that have good grounds for their The look M good liS any that was harvester last year ami given fine weather from dowoii the ylelJ should be as With the wheat ripening out expected thatthe harvest will coiiimenw with that two weeks he in full a lotof Inaulrlea from men whbwarU Jobs over the harvest and from all farm while not bolng plenilffll will still be The rain storm seem ed to start west ot Nobleford and pass village jnd then divide and raSC Ih the Kfpj rllj Every lOc Packet of WILSONS FLY PADS Piuther occurred today at his Bouvh ot ot Ernest han bcwii ill for the past eleven The deceased was years ot and one ot lie oldest timers of this dis having been a settler hetore the NorthWest He is sur vived by htsjftite who has boen helped through these hours of sorrow by kind and thoughtful Tiie fun eral will tato place on Sunday to the Pincher Creek PIncher Creaks Wool Clip Pinch er Creek Wool Growers Association have shipped pounds ol wool of this years receiving an average price of ATTEMPTED DOUBLE Fergus A young man giving hla nameas SiftguTd ol his mother ed out Into Long Lakeyesterday where were tho woman fat Ue told the police they had de cided to kill themselves because he wassutterlug froman incurable dis TRUE what Is a hasueen A my or CATCHER to Soli by all Drug GrocCra and General Storri REJECTED BY CAUSES XIS OWN ARREST AS SLACKER ANXIOUS TO SERVE Portland July Ncl age was rejected last week when he applied for enlistment In the navy becouse Of a minorphysical de fect Jour days ago he Today his molher found him In Ha had goUhimself arrested as a non under the alias of Jack United Slates Coo Drake he had when ar that he was of lawful regis rratlon his lippe as ho af that would be When his mother founi htm she easily and the fact he uas a minor Much against his will the south Mas re leased Federal officials agreed to trj to help him gain entry to some branch of Youll Be Weil Pleased With the monument up in your family There will be a dignity aboutthe design that will your There will be a beauty of curv ing that will attract your pleased attention andthere will be moderation in our charges that fail tocommend Utelf to Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R Prop 8th Street DONIMIPN On the light runabout and on the massive DOMINION TIRES are giving a service that is a pleasurable Whetner you choose Dominion NOBBY or the less expensive Dominion CHAIN you get tires that have proved their worth bV the road smootherricling punctureproof test the more mileage JIT And after its the road that proves U the economy of any Canadian Consolidated Rubber Limited V h HEAD OFFICE 2C Branches Throughout Canada ;