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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUSr 10, THfcJ LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HUKAL0 PAGE FIVE COMMITTEE NAMED THIS MORN- BE KICK NOW council fo represent Staflordville and norUi side residential property own- ers Cr R Marpoch, L fliplej Hoard of Trade E, W. AUdrd, Louis Moore, Trades, and Tabor Council 0 P U lepreseiitatlte H Mecch, J. Duff ad- dittrn J M Aitken, HiverUew E II Hie 1915 assessment is iiot oauit- iblo, it will hot bo the fault ol the council. Ah assessment committee made up oi buMncss mui in the Iivauttf i was appointed tins mousing It Lc tho this committee to goj The mayor.called Mr; Naismith over :the. entire assessment roll, and revise their heart's content. They wiIlslJQ given lull power to make an equitable assessment roll, the council re'serving the right to in- the total or com- plete roll by uniform percentage. J. Hill, retail -mei'cHah'ts. The committee will, meet b'n Wed- at the1, council chamber, for of tie C.P.Hi at' The is willing to appoint 'a representative. Tiie court ,'of-revision on 'local im- provement NOB.-. 19. and 40, was fixed for Aug. Bisl. The Sohooi Board Sliep- Tba committee will take tlio place herd, Dunlop and ft their political professors lto Relieve that a grreat European war1 fthich in volved Greiat" Britain meant the inde penderice of Australia and South in India and. Egypt. .Tie, .hour of rude awak- ening has set in, .Great soldiers and statesmen warned that tlieSVar" -would produce surprises. They have begun with a verigfeancel Paris, 4 m spe- cial to the Figaro from Brus pU says Hurt two strariRers. who arrived from Berlin vhicti city they had left-with some tdiflicullj, declaiod thi.) had witnessed an agitation agafnst the Only members of the Wilson, family, and a very few intimates, mtinbers. of the Cabinet and their tees of the Senate and were asked to be vited made a group of less than two hundred persons. There was a profusion flowers sent from all parts _ of the country. With the President and his ters, Miss Margaret Wilson, 3Irs. Adoo; asd Mrs. Sayre, were Secretary Francis B. Sayre and 'Frofes- sor Stockton, Mrs; 'Wilson's brother. Increasing the Polic by Five Hundred VERY FINE SE'RMON BY CANON IN OTHER CHURCHES Miss Bawden and-Miss Angle Baw den left this morning to spend a vaca tion !n Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hammond are rejoicing over ihe Hrih of a. daughter at Buckingham, England. Mrs. Ham- mond is a daughter of Major and 3 Burnett. Mr. Bennett, of tlie Bank af Com- merce at Madcod, was a week-end guest in the city. Mrs, Wilson, of Calgary, is the guest oi Mrs. J. B. Murray. Clubs and Societies Tiie Women's Missionary society of Knox church will nqt meet on Tuesday night, the meeting bavins celled for August. been can .Rev. Canon Murroll-Wrfght of St. Augustln's Church, preached a very Tine'sermon yesterday morning on tlie The reverend gentleman .said in part: "Very carefully will tho words !rqm, every Christian pulpit he 'weigh- ed this day, for they will naturally mve some bearing on history, which' is being made, and which is uppermost inv the minds of men and women to- day. The world is fighting today be- cause each nation feels it has a Bte.w- trdship, .to perform, a stewardship which has been handed down unim- paired, and which it inubt hand down unsullied for future generations. -'.-'Is it a it is, hat the Gospel for the day, which is lelng read in every English, Roman Catholic and .Greek Church, wliicn make up the larger percentage of the Christian world, is .the parable of the unjust steward. Stewardship is the licme, and it is linked in some way o the great crisis of the world at the iresent moment. Our own iibugh'we prayed last Sunday that she been -force to join in he war. Our word had been given (o veaker and.smaller nations, and Uri- ain's troth must be kept, even at the irice of-blood. "I cannot clap my hands and rejoice t war, and even the National Anthem cems to have lost some of its trium- j will ho held on Wed- hant note and to be rather a plead-! Aug. 12th, at the Mission, ng prayer: 'God Save the Somn j H14 'seventh Ave., S. Very import f Britain's wars may not have b.een ajlt will be discussed, and ustific-d: but Briton enters this rar with a clear- conscience. I pray t the nation thai has provoked the may be beaten, and. beaten speed- An important congregational meet- ing wi'il be held on AVednesday evening at 8.30 p.m. in Knox church. A very arse attendance is desired, as husi- nes of importance will come up. The managers of St. Andrew's church will meet on Thursday oven- St. Andrew's adult Fible class will ei't on Wednesday evening. A pantry sale will be held at Mrs. R. Wilson's, Third Are., N., in con- nection with St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid on Thursday afternoon. if special meeting of the Nursing FRUIT SALT B Household Remedy every member should be present. The Flower Guild wishes to thank Mrs. W. S. Galbraith, Miss Cony- Mrs. John Cooper, Frache Bros., Mrs. S. B. Mitchell and the superintendent of the Gait hospital "Someone has said that one of the I for donations of flowers for the week- 'ayg to be prepared, for peace is to ly visit to the Gait hospital on Fri- only then can I see neting pedce, In the centuries to e prepared for 'war... Our Empire lias hown in the last few-days that those, in whose hands are entrusted the arm- aments of war have fulfilled their God's' sight. "Losses and capital. and "Down "Down with' with the! the Crown Prince'Y tfas ciied. "TtiD Bel- fiian government has printed and dis- tributed among its soldiers descrip- tions of all designs all uniforms worn hy the French and Retina, Aug. have been" received by Commis- sioner Perry from Ottawa, to in- crease the strength of the Royal North-West Mounted Police'' at cnce by 500 men, preference" t Gins given- to old mcmbcts of .jtlie fores; The term-of seruicev.wiir.fce one year and men-rejoining- 'will, as far. as possible, take.the rank which they held" te'ore the -dis- charge, -.Kegutatlon; .pay; will1 Le given. GERMAN RESERVISTS ARRESTED IN .ENGLANp Folkestone, England, Aug. hundred and twenty German reservists jn'AViys- So prtewariisliip. Britain was ready- Let us not gloat over war. 'Let not him who buckleth on his- armour rejoice as he that taketh it ctfr Let us -aac-i day. Some1 .fifty of the women of Leth- bridge met in the Y.M.C.A. on Sat- urday afternoon at the call of the Alexander "Gait Chapter of the Im- perial Daughters of the Empire- to discuss methods of assisting the feel we have a little'part