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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. AUGUST 5, lOlfi. cnvuan Aiivci ;iocimnn m MILI PAGE FIVE PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Strcot S. Rev. A. H. Dortoon, Pastor. Manse 1210 Fourth Avenue S.. nliono 402 scrvlcuB ut II a.m. T-JU During August all diiiiurtmeiUs ot the Sunday School will meet at 10 u.m. Big Brothers and Bin Sisters at 12.30. 4 p.m.: (JhilioHU Class. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicol, M. A., Itogular Sorvicew morning and even- ing. .Innlor Sunday School, '1 p. m. Senior Sunday School, :MiJ p. in. Trinity Church, Hardicvillc Leslie Logue Boyd, B.A., Minister. p.m.: Sabbiith School. 7.30 p.m.: Church Service. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 10 a.m. Blljlo School and Adult Classes 11 and 7.30. II. II. Cragf. B.A.. B.D., will preach. Music by Mixed Quartette. Westminster Church St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMjHen, B.A., Rector m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. KV13NSONG 7.80 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at. 8.30; 2nd and nil Sundays at. 11 a.m. Sundays at 4 u.ui. St. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C., N. 8 a.m.: Holy Communion. V.oO: livening Service. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Aye. N.t Baptist Church romemborlng the Lord's Death. Brenlng, .7.'.iO, Gos- pel meeting. 10 a.m.: Sunday School. p.m.. Prayer and tho Word. p.m., Special waiting upon God: for the Baptism of thfl Holy (jhoal. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL J. B. Francis. Pastor II a.m.: Dr. Itlvers will cuimuct a children's service. The junior and congregations will combine. 7.30: Scrricc will be in ci'.arge oi the j Women's Missionary Society of the Church. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South S p.m. Bible Class. 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m.. to proclaim the glau tidings of the Kingdom of God. Subject: "One Faith, One Hope, One Baptism." All Seats Free. No Collection CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30 a.m.: Sunday School, follow- ed by Communion Service. Everybody Welcome. SALVATION ARMY at St. a.m., Holiness Meeting: 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week 8 p.m.. Pub- lic Meeting, Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Mating Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, S p.m., free and easy meeting. (From .Our Own .Magrath, Aug. Utah and Ida- ho excursionists arrived on the regular traiu last evening. They were brought to Coutts on a special, where they (1) Look-off Point, Cougar Valley, Glacier, B.C. (2) tllecillewaet Valley, Glacier, B.C. (3) Entrance to Caves of Nakimu. vet another sight. AVE you ever heard of the won who will conduct you througli derful it is m a score or ways, Canada's cavern world, ouly discover ed within recent years. Hern one may ramble through wierd bout It is to go there, which we will river has' chiselled out terious channels and where the irn- station of the C.P.K. in the Selkirks, ponies to guide and carry you over trifle of forty thousand years. the ten-mile trail to the Cougar, and ders enable one to descend Into the there you are m the very heart ot an nether depths, amid stygmn darkness except for the light one carries. The roar the imprisoned stream, ever ielfls. the extraordinary Naklmii cav leaping from boulder to boulder, is cms, .and rivers and streams and wa- awesomely deafening, for the moun tain holds within Its rramme for you to feast your eyes arteries a series of Niagaras in cavern rooms of large :dimensions and small. The trail trip thereto Is in itself an You may' walk down the Steeps or unique one, ever rising Time, .visit the! Witches Dancing Hall til the eye can see and the Broclten. gaze ujion the Bridal the; lllocillewaet valley, Chamber, shrink bauk from the Infe: press train loika. like a toy, feel small in the Judgment while Mt. Sir Donald looms higher and "Walls of limestone look'like the higher above his satellites. the! beautiful valley at our arches: and pierce the upper mountain range, each one loftier than draperies. ..mark, nature's imitations. eternal night experience of traversing iiotes of tett'e of summits, as I did; until the stand on their that drowns the loudest effort of tli reat ico deposits cling to the moun- tain sides or slope in acutest angle A glint of daylight through a cave roof told us we were near the outer the valley bed. Hanging gla- ciers and titanic cornices of boulders black world hich looked clothe the ragged rocks in their man- scramble over a mass brought us out of ties' of white, with tiny lakelets .and alpine meadows marking uo lower more beautuul than ever. LUX .Won't Shrink gVbollens What is it? LUX is some- thing- new and good. The finest essence of soap in flakes. Jt makes the richest, creamiest lather you ever saw. It means "luxury" in washing he- cause it's such :i clothes aaver. Absolutely prevents woollens, flannels and ail oosely woven garments from hardening and shrink- ing In the wash. Try LUX and be delighted with it. All grocers, 10c. 12 LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of'.Jesus Christ of Latter 'Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary Association Relief U p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo.' W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 Made in Canada by Toronto, ITALY TO FORBID TRADE WITH OES Rome, Aug. Italian govern- ment, according to the Messagero, is about to publish a decree forbidding all Italians, including those living abroad, from doing business with nationals in alliance with enemies of Italy. Agree- ments made in sptte of the prohibition, t is stated, will be considered void and the makers will be punished. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. WedneBda" Evening, Testimony most- ing at 8 p.m. HEADING OPEN TO ALL. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rrf Ave. and 9th St.; S, Morning Service, 11 a.m. Sunday Scho'ol and Bible Class 12 noon Evening SeiTice, 7.KO. Mid-week prayer service, Wednuaday evening 8, o'clock. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 413 13th St. North. Believers assemble .on the- I Lord's Day for tho Breaking of Bi-ead at 11 a.iu. J Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 Hundreds are getting these beautiful Regi- mental and College Shields. Why don't you? The outer wrap- per of the new style package of TUTTl FRDTT1 GUM a valuable coupon. Start saving them now and get any of these shields to beautify your den or room. Full infor- mation and the list of shields will be found on each coupon. As for Tuttf enjoy it not only for its mellow fruit flavors, but the safety of its new package. Each stick separately wrapped in wax- paper and .tinfoil. Aslc your dealer for Tuiti -ORIGINATORS did fair this fall, the prize lists are being published, and according to the statement of one of the directors of the agricultural society, the intention! is to have the occasion the best yet. Bernard 1-jradshaw came in on the excursion lafct evening, with his brido. after an extended honeymoon through California, krizona and Texas. Bradshaw brought back a plentiful .sup- ply of Villa: paper money, and com- mentingon ithe value of it, stated it would take of it to pur- chase a meal. are takfnir advant- age of the vv.ee k or two before harvest to have: an "outing at the lakes, each day seveialjautos pass through Ma- gralh frpm qutaide en route to the resort. Chas. Sidlinger started cutting his field of rye.j'5 miles north of town. Douglas Fpvler of Jackson Co., paid a.'flyihgj.yisit to see his mother, who returned "from a visit to Utah, on the excursiori.last night. General Haig And His Methods f ere stranded, having to wait 12 J hours for the regular. The quarterly conference of the Tay- lor Stake commenced this morning, and is being belt! in the meeting house, lately completed. Joseph P. Smith, Jr., of the Quorum of theiTwelve Apostles, and Charles H. Hart, of the first seven presidents of seventies, are expected on this evening's train, to be in at- tendance at tomorrow's session, when the new chapel will be dedicated. _ ____u_ -The building is an imposing struc-1 States fqr trfe year ending June show- private secretary ami his aides; who lure, Thos. Stubbs, of Lethbridge. fin-Jed in over the same period are which is Urn army word ished the building, costing in the jot 1915 of alknost ?190 000 000 The fig-S for officers who have been wounded U. S. RAILWAYS INCREASE GAINS "Washmgtoft Aug revenues of 93 laigt; lailieads of the builed British Headquarters, France. June 27J4-XO military leader is more averse to publicity or works more silently than Sir Douglas Haig, Uie British ConJmander-in-Chiei in France. To thosCe who are importunate for the Of- fensive his answer is patience and yet agam patience while the new muhV lion, factories begin tn produce and he: continues his building. His generals" say that he never tells them his only what they are to do. A wisp of a flag and two sentries designate the entrance to cha- teau smaller than that occupied hy photographs from aeroplanes of grey-, on the outskirts of Hei ish lines of trench systems in a dusky I towni lie sits in t field of shell and mine craters which make one think of the dead world of the moon. f _ Steady Routine .The man and his method are as quiet as the room. With a battle- frorit which remains in the same place month after month the routine of his work has become almost, as set as his j hahitaCion and not unlike that of the autocrat of some great business or- gahii-.ation. The regular staff offic- j eraiare in a town not far.away. Sub- b'rdiriate chiefs of the different army him know that his sign of anger is a prolonged silence of a telling Kind. He has a temper, but does not let it 'get past his lips, they say. He has. I too, a keen sense of humor, with a Scotch flavor. j Attends Service on Sunday Being a good Scot lie goes every [Sunday morning to a little wooden I Presbyterian chapel which has been >ad- the and company of Scottish officers soldiers during a good Scotch mon, and a long one, too. many division generals, which is the branches, be it Operations, Intelli- headqnarlers of- the Ordnance or Supply, come to chief. The only occupants of the chateau beside Sir Douglas are his neighborhood of which has all lures made public roda> hj the Inter- heen paid, and. the place is free from debt. Plans are under way to have a splen- state Commerce Commission showed operating .revenue for 1916 of 856 904 i Waterton takes Rosids Like a Billiard Table f: Four Hours by Auto from Lethbridge to Hunter and Lee's Camp on the Bay New Government Turnpike fRiver well to Our From Cardston by of Mountain View. Dancing COME GET ACQUAINTED WITHiNATURE AMERICAN PLAN PER DAY EUROPEAN PLAN PER DAY S _ ._ _____i 75r and are not fit for the physical "ex- posure of the trenches. tv. The hour of my appointment is ex- act to the minute; and whoever has one at his chateau is expected to be there on the General Head- quarters time. There is little cere- mony. Life at that small chateau has a real soldierly simplicity. At'lunch- eon, the soldier servant places the food on the sideboard and everyone takes his plate and helps himself. Few j guests come. Douglas keeps his time to himself for his work and his I own choice oE recreation. Soldier and Scholar One of-the aides receives the call- er; and a minute later the man with iron grey hair and moustache, sturdy, athletic of build, slightly "above'med- ium height, who comes into the, .hall, could not be mistaken, whether in' I or out of uniform, for anything but j a soldier, though something about him in! succession at hours set dur- the morning to make their re- ports -and receive their instructions. They dp most of the talking; and th'ey have learned how not to do more than necessary. He listens, decides. If a longer conference than usual The new Canadian freight classifica- is desired it may come at luncheon ition by which the railways propose to or later in the afternoon when he juliow the mixing privileges in freight returns from his ride, which be takes under the fifth class rate, is now be- regularly every day. Then more ing considered by the railway cothmis- work until dinner and then some after dinner. If he goes down to the lines or perhaps to confer with Gen- eral Joffre in the one car which alone of all the cars carrying staff officers and generals along the roads flies the British flag, the routine for that day Is broken. Sleeps Like General .loffre, be sleeps long sion of Canada, and is up for discus- sion among the various public bodies of Canada, including the boards of trades, wholesale associations, etc. This new classification chiefly af- fects wholesalers, in that mixing privi- leges will be allowed on many lines of goods.not before allowed. The Leth- iridge. board of trade has received no- tification from the railway commission sideration of their demands. He states that it is essential that the miners live up ie. liieir agreement. In the face of this action on the part of the high officials of the union it is hard to see how the miners in the various striking camps can main on strike without alienating the sympathy of their own backers. Nothing New at Fernie (Sneclal to tho Fernie, B. C., Aug. is noth ing new in the strike situation here today. A few miners have left town and the regular monthly meeting of Gladstone local is called for tomorrow. Ivlanayur Wilson but has noth- ing to give out for publication. The attitude of the miners is still that-of watchful waiting. (Kpcriiil to the Taber, August citizens of hours.' A rested mind'is a clear mind !tl.lilt (he muttcr is now UI' Eor dlscus- for groat responsibilities. Like von j5 Hindenburg he never reads fiction. When not to do with his profession it is of serious books and monthlies and Quarterlies. Even dur- ing the battle of Ypres, when it %vas touch and go with'disaster, he slept as soundly as Joffre during the battio of the Manic. At o crisis of the re- I the wcll-bhiseied regular features j also suggests the scholar 'Oxford 'and Sandhurst, and said one i of his admirers, "and hard work at. j treat from Mons he remarked as ja desk when he was not taking exer-jquietly as if ho wore giving a direc- I else in the open air, best describe itfon to an aide: "We shall have to 'him." hold on here for a while if wo'all dio In one of the rooms of the grovindjfor It." Tiiero Is never any fustian! i floor the walls are hung with about these modem scientific soldier! 1 including n series which have hten organfreia during t be retreat j crowded on a roller. Anj pott ton of i a certain general became some- it he. front, in all ils details heiuhat demoralised Sir Douglas took -referred to in a moment, In the ecu-1 hint by tho: arm and walked up and i trt> of tho room. a ilesk; and .against'I him in' silence till he was j the wall a table with more nupa and 'hyct his flt-Df nerves on that terrible f! drawings and some oi' those strange August Those who uork with i war and Canada's to pursue the conflict to u victorious conclusion. Mayor Malo presided and McHoberts and Rev. Phillips ruovQd.the resolution..The'Taber min- ors' band provided the music, assisted by several former members of the band now with the Kilties. Mr. Phillips SIMJ'KC- at length outlining, the reason why the conflict should be pur- sued. "We have the men, the money, Uiu iimtorinl and best of all-the will power of a clear he said. Capt. Leech, of the spoke of the further need of recruits. Lieut. Palmer, of the lint, spolip nnd snld he was organizing a platoon of miners for his regiment. Lieut. A'squith, of the Kilties, also made an appeal t VOLCANOES ERUPTJNG Rome, Aug. vdlcanoes" "of Mount Etna and Stroinboli are in vio- lent eruption accompanied by under- ground rumblings! So Intense is the he.at from the flaming lava the water is boiling ncai- the volcanoes. Save Kitchen Discomfort Hot Days by CLARK'S Concentrated SOUPS W. CLARK, LIMITED MANUFACTURERS MONTREAL ;