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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST UmiBRIDGE DMLy HERALD PAGE SEVEN i Three Good Reasons for using 0 BAKERS COCOA j Ttf tfaumr tc natural nrrvlinvd hv a srtpntifir Mrndtno or hlijfl Its delicious flavor is produced by z scientific blending of high grade cocoa j Its absolute purity is unquestioned for more than 136 years the cocoa and chocolate preparations made by WALTER BAKER 64 LIMITED have been on the market and are the recognized standards of the Its healthfiilness is attested by the consensus of opinion of the best physicians of all schools who unite in pronouncing it an ideal food supplying the body with some of die purest and most valuable elements of BE SURE THAT YOU GET THE GENUINE WITH OUR TRADEMARK ON THE IT IS A OH j Highat Avards m Europe anJ All of atr goods sold in GmidaiLeiiiuilt in WALTER BAKER Establiihed J CANADA ssurance that they were given the most skilful treatment She iald a tribute to the doctors anil the nirges who work nipht and day for he safely arid comfort of the Ward also pleaded for the ut nost activityyon the part of everyone n the Interests of the Itnl If knew the need as 1 ilo you woultl iced the Miss Ward also told of a vLdt li a lorso hospital behind the of hou lie dumb animals nuracd Lack to and pleaded for aid for Ihc Dlue And to the and ihn work it doing sno paid S Tommy Atkins says It means You MUSI Come the said Miss Miss Ward is a wonderful entertain er and sho can make chalk talk to en c the point is trying to She Is brilliant In her little and makes frequent use of the cock ney dialect to imitate the Tommy as he really And she has had the experience which brings home the touch of realism that keeps the audi ence hanging breathless on every Twice she has been aboard a vessel which was chased by a German Once sho got a whiff of gas in the And her appeal to women of Canada to kiiU was delivered with such wonderful earnestness that a realization of great needs n iht boys at the front was brought Hine to the ladies in the audience as no other Tappeal could have doneJGo she not for a month or six months or a hut until the war is and a crown of glory will be Miss Ward spoke shortly last night again and was given a wonderful re She has captured the heart of The Chautaurjua orchestra and Miss McCormlck entertained the large audience last Miss McCorm icks voice has a wonderful range and is so flutettke in the higher ranges that the prolonged applause at the Conclusion ot was more than The orchestra is wellbalanced and one of the lead ing musical attractions of the Chau TOUR WESTERN PROVINCES Do mlnton seed has left Ottawa on a lour of the western In connection with his duties the Canadian government While in the r will consult With the regarded or ganization of provincial mittees for furtheranceof the food He will consult with thegovernment departments and leaders In each as to Hip appointment of suitable members advisory conimiUees Itislhe food ccntrollerVplan IhaV the work necessary to the carrying out of food conservation should he by all lliu existing local organ These should link them selves together in cooperation vvith advisory working un the general thefood controllers Other Necessities Are Hih TOASTED CORN FLAKES are within the reach of Made from white com and by our secret process converted into appetizing and highly nutritious Made in Canada by an entirely Canadian Get the origina in the white and green and all The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Limited Head Office and Factory Ont PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner4th and 8th Strttt PMtir Acting services at H ana 10 Bojs Department Big Sisters Bible Big Brothers Bible Oilier Departments of Sun day School 4 Chinese METHODIST f 2 WesfeyChufciK Faster 0 Sunday 1 The Pastor Adult Bible i Union Service at Chautau ua i Pentecostal Mission 5tri and 18th Sunday 11 Tuesday anil Tliursrfay at S Jesus is Coming A UBiHTY WEI TO ALL Y ANGLICAN StI Cyprians Church 11tn Strevt and 8th Canon j Rector Sunday School Bible CI is 3 EVKNSONCJ and 3rd Saiv flays nt 2nd 4th Sundays il fit i LATTER DAY SAINTS Chorch ot Jesus Christ of Latter Day SainU earner 7th and ISth kunday Sacfamftnl Primary 3 flelfef 2 Visitors Hthop 1QI6 2nd Ave Phont CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Baptist 3rd and 9th Patlor 1 Regular mornlns Sunday Evening Fiddis will have charge of i All Are Pint V V Sunday Subjfet V Tlio Sunday School will be closet during a WednewiaV Testlmonjr 8 TheteadhJ6 room daily and from 3 to 5 hofcibte anil author ized ChrlstlSn Scloiico lltcrnfure bo borrowedi or Tho public la cordiallyInvited to at lend Hie church also to visit Iho reading Chrislian 3rd and 8th Frank 806 7th Rlblc School followed bj preachlng and Christianity and Social Christian Endeavor Meeting Ko evening service on acconnt of the Cliautauqita Cervlcei Held at the 51 h Sundaytil Holiness Meetlnj 3 Praise Meeting and vatlon VVeek 8 Pot He i S Salvation Citadel band free and t everybody BAPTIST Meet Iri thV Moots Hl Entrance 6th and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays 8 nlble Sundays at 10 to commemorate Hie Lords and at to proclaim the glaii ildings of the Kingdom of Subject Is The Crucified Jesus Be he King of the World ll Seats Frea lo Collection wild west has not altogether gone There are boys oit the ranches soutl the stam pedfi stuiits lu everyday occupa to give the newcomers the west a chance to get a hreath o tiie old range atmosphere that Ih stampede is being The old timers are Jthat the old fashioned roundup shall npt pass of There is one rider who will no IriicrCorm at the big am that Is Tex Tex arrived ii the city the other day all primed fp the wild ones that will be turned loos infront of the grandstand next wee from halfa doen By way 6f geldng himself in shape he went out I to the country and essayed to conquer a wild It falling on Us abkand Tex a brolien collar ibnei But he says he will ride if the mne is knit enough to hold together ill gets rcstauraiileurs and hotel teeners aro preparing to handle the crowd ot their So is Commissioner wlio will have railway schedule all fixed So handle the crowds to he In particular Lethbridgo loads over Medicine Ifat xvhcroduring its stam costeach person a dollar for ranspofialion lo and from Ihe The week will be larger lhan was at first A week ago ft looked as If harvest would over the southby next iut owing to Ihc heavy rolns grain is remaining green in many sectiong and wjil s interfere vtfry lltllbwlthlhe stampede the flue for a big crowds and a gen nrrl good lime which will do much lo Ihe amalgamated fair here next year a success In point of nomilar In II wiU be Letbbridges first real try at a modern stampede and wilt be far and away ahead of anylhing of Iho kind ever staged here In the THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 Phone 1S59 10 Class meellng for iioys and 11 Wllkle will 2 Primary Depts 1 of the Sunday Other the Sunda Service withdrawn to unite with combined Chautauqua service flurjmonJ MS 31h Deiieversi on Iho Dsy for tho Breaking of Bread 11 Sunday School at3 fospel Preaching at house spent the day In consideration of a bill to bTiiig Intercolonial railway the Jurisdiction of Aberailway commis sion Considerable discussion center ed round which received resiling and entered commit The qiteslioii of the faipcsltloli pcnaUles ngalnst the crown camics in considerable several Liberal members conUmtllnp that the sh6uli H macVsflbJettfcpciiJkltlfes fof dani Age committed lo life or property Ibo ot a that his majesty of of railway Should liable to any fine or pen ally excepting sucli as the rniltfay commission might Tho mo Uon stood progress ol ihe BritishCanadian work in Unitcd States was outlined in an in terview has lust relumed Dennis is in command of Hie western divisionof the BritishCanadian cruiting mission in the United with at the mis Dennis explained that an agreement had been entered into be tween the British United States governmentsi underWhich the Briiiah Canadjan recruiting mission is author ized to depots throughout the United States to give Britons and are not citizens of liie and therefore not subject to draft under conscrip a cbanco to enlist in the Canadiai The mis sion Is commanded by a nritish officer who went to France with tbe first Bri tish and has lieen ever lie having heen decorated by both the nritish and French govern ments for distinguished service The headquarters of the mission are In New but it iras thought wise to dividetbe United States into east ern and western and owing to his intimate know ledso of conditions in the United was invited by Gem White and tbe Canadian government to command of the iycsteni he being maned temporarily hy Lord Shaughricssy forthis In Ihe wcatern headquart ers have heen opened at Chicago and other depols established al Minne Kan as San nil additional depots are being open ed at Sea 111 Angeles points where recruits are The mission has only been it work but to dale some ive thousand men have been recruit ed and an average of ilve hundred men a week are now being sent for vard to Canada for overseas service All the recriiitfng depols in Iho weslerndivision are being manned with returned officers and noftconi nlsslonetl officers from the western and Col Dennis already on his staff several men froni including Jam who commands tho Chicago de Speaking the visit ol the 4Slb Highlanders to Now York and Chi which aronaetl so much enthusi asm in those Dennis ex plained thai this trip was undertaken to stimulate recruiting by givi complete tho arrangements for open Ing the recruiting depot there and at older Pacific coast but ex pects to return to Calgary for a few days at the end of nest He points out that all the recruits ob tained through the Spokane depot withsubdenots at Great Hcl Butte and other points in Mon ana and eastern will come to Calgary to be trained at Sarcee Fred while bathing in deep water at was drown ed on the North Arm at Deep Cove 5Iyra Slocan saved a small girl from drowning by holding her shoulder until help ar people In the United States a uhanco to seea typical Canadinn ffghlfng The coat of the amounting to some eleven thousand was borno by a small group of eastern Canadians who wished to help the good work in tho United and the visit historical in tbe sense that It was the first Ilmc since the war of 1812 that British troops under carrying their baUallon had and also because during all their par ades in New York and the Highlanders carried with the British and battalion the hM fallon colors of Ihc 7tat Regiment of New Ihem by that Dennis leaves morning j lo meet Gen White and MERCANTILE Exclusive Agents und RS NAMES JACKSON i ALBERTA LETHBRIDOE ALEXANDRA DALLAS HOTEL OLYMPHIA ;