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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE L E T H B RI D G E DAILY HEHALI) SATURDAY, AUGUST Blue Ribbon Cbf f ee and Baking Powder Has your morning cup of cof- fee a full rich flavor and deli- cate aroma'.' If not ask for Blue Ribbon coffee when giving your next ordsr and notice tha difference. You will be agree- ably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spices' and Extracts all one best. i YEAR Oltawa. Out.. Aug. total Canadian trade for the month of July reached according to the statement issued today by the lion. Held, minister of Customs. Kor liio corresponding month ot 1914, tho total trade amounted to Thn feature of the statement. Is tho large increase in the domestic ami foreign exports. During tho month of July domestic exports reached and for- -oods exported from Canada 'jfcilOlHIOO. compared with S41.000.000 domestic and SS.000.000 foreign for the corresponding month of 1914. Eleven million dollars' worth of an- imals and their produce was export- ed during July he'lila a substantial in- crease over Ihe corresponding month year Manufactured goods also 4ow" n a'ooil increase, the exports be- fne S12.50jfi.OOtV- against for July, 1914. While the exports are booming, there is a decrease in the merchan- dise entered for consumption. Durina July. worth of were imported, made up of 000000 dutiable, and free '-ooiis This is a falling off for the corresponding month of the imports amounted to S made up of 520.000.000 dutiable aid Mli.000.000 free goods. Kor the four mouths of the present vear emliiio- .llt'y 31 last, the ill-'to aiUTd smnr explanation oi the oi ti-jins to find I irade was Hrifsh uhaiice which as' one that would stand the strain ol L ompal.ed with for the i hi. such a shell. Finally they succeeueu. of the corresponding per- British Wait For Huge New Seige Gun and Shell N'ev.- York, York Tribune- contains the following: ,vel-e at work -itcccnt arrivals from England are'this-problKn. They experimented with i rxuhlnation of the i rarInn's oi triins to Imd rest oi thr lias caused consid-: able bewildcniK-nl.. "Their explanation is that Lord, Kitchener has hc.-ir waiting to launch 'his srcat surprise ami this surprise, lies in the completion oi anil a new tvpr which it is will revclutionue'artillery operations and make the patii ol the i Allies to Berlin more possible than hitherto. A Terrible Shell "Soon alter the beginning-'oi the' war when it tr.'amc patent that lush cxnlosives were to te the ciominauns j factor in the strueglJ'ior victory, the i combined eltorts oi British chemists: and ordnance experts invented a shell unquestionable more powerful' than any previously in destructive- power it was Without doubt superior to any- previously known. A variation in explosive composition rendered it likely to supersede all types in use. j "The .zovcrnmrnt ordered ments to" be made with big suns then I. beine manufactured at Woolwich Ar- wou'lii suit this purpose. Various ex- pcnirfnts have been made and are believed to have been entirely suc- c'.-ssiul. l.ti is stated that the she will be carried 35 miles and will work havoc .on-a scale entirely un- Why THtre Was No Advance "Thus is: answered the reason why no'-advance was made when Warsaw- was about to fall and the main bulu of the German troops were concen- trated en (hat front. It also explains whv after the great, movement oi Kitchcn'tr.'s army to France carlv in troops'were not used. Noth- inn'was to be done until these guns, which the greatest armament factor- ies oi Eitit'ain have been working on for six months, had been delivered in sufficient quantities at the 45.000 Canadians "Last Wednesday the second Cana- dian, numbering cic'icd troops, an overwhelming ma- jority oi whom had seen -previous and bullion was export- The First Car Load Arrives In Canada .SASSO'S OLIVE OIL is people, people healthy Sasso's Pure Olive Oil i Sasso's Pure Olive Oil Is Absolutely the Highest Grade Made Sasso's Pure Olive Oil Imported by Marinaro Macaroni Co. Lethbridge, Alberta Sole Agents for Wettern Canada For Sale By All Grocers and Druggists ready to begin. The result may soon be apparent." New Armies at the Front London, Aug. 20.-The Army and Xavy says "We have been permitted irom the perusal oi the last despatch sent home Irom bir John French to learn olliciaiv what ior some time past has been com- mon the first instal- I raised for this war and i equipped, armed and trained since war was has arrived in I Flanders and have made a particu- larly iaiorable impression upon the commander who will lead them in the field. We have thus at the prcs- ,ent moment no fewer than three arm- j ics in the Western theatre, not count-! ing thoS2 contingents which have ar- rived and are sti f pouring in irom our self-governing dominions." M THEM CHURCHES ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIX'S The Meat For Summer isn't beef, pork or mutton, but the true life- giving meat of wheat. weather calls for lighter diet, and a true grain food best answers every purpose of comfort and activity, not.only for the business man but for everybody. Try Grape-Nuts cream or good- milk for "breakfast ten days, then take note. Such a breakfast puts one in fine fettle and "There'sa Reason" Grape-Nuts is a wheat and barley unlike other cereals in ilial it" Valuable phosphates of the, grains necessary for the-daily-rebuilding of brain, nerve and muscle tissue. Economy, too, plays a-part; ant! Grape-Nuts is con- to eat direct from the package. Made in Canada. Sold by Grocers Everywhere. Canadian Poslum .Cereal Ltd., Windsor, Out. Evensong, .7.30 pjn. ST MARY'S-CHliHCH-rCorner ol 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion every .Sunday morning at 8 a. m. Choral 'Eucharist on the 1st ihd 3rd Sundays "of the month at 11 i m., and on Festivals. Matins on the 2nd'and -1th Sunday at 1 a.m. Sunday, school and adult Bible clabS at 3 p'. m. Evensong at '.30. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner Eleventh street and Eighth avenue South; Rev. Canon W. V. Mc.Millen, a.m., Matins and Holy 'omrnunicn, with sermon; 7.30 P.m., Evensong; Rev. Canon McMillen will jreach at both services. S p.m., Sun- lay schoc'i, Girls' and i.unior Boys' Bible classes. PRESBYTERIAN _ Hev. A. H. Denoon, manse, 12W 4th Aje.. S., phone 402: services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. Rev. Win. McNicol, oi ClarCs- riolm, will preach. ST ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- .--.i "finding VICAR-GENERAI. McCANN Monsignor McCann, vicar- leneral of the Catholic Church at Canada, who died at his residence in Toronto on Friday evening, Aug. 13. Dr. Beland is Aging Fast in German Fortress Calgary, -80.--A special to the News-Telegram from Quebec, says: "A letter, received by members ol his family, sives interesting, thougl saddening news of Hon. Dr. II. S Beland, M.P. for County, who is now a prisoner in a German fort ress, after having been interned iron Belgium, where in his castle, at Cap te'.lan. he was treating wounded sol diers. The doctor says, that recentlj he has been better treated by thr German authorities, ar.d that in hi cell, instead of being quartered with four other prisoners, he is now allow- ed to stay alone. He s.ays bis people would be" deeply surprised IE they on- ly saw a photograph of him. 'I am getting he says< ail this suffering and har- rowing scenes, and a lot of grey in my hair. However, I have indications' that I will be freed soon. I was told by a responsible official that such steps were beins taken, and now I live with the of this day.'" METHODIST WESLEY G. H. Cobbledick, pastor, residence 320 llth St. S. Phone 40-L 10 a.m. Bible school. Morning service at 11 a. m. 3 p. in. Onward Bible class. Evening service, 7.30 p.m. Rev.'W. Buchanan will preach. C. Hughes, the new choir leader will conduct the choir. Street S., Rev. J. B. Francis, pastor. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.31) p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m. Morning sermon by'. Kev. pi Coaldale. Evening service by Mr. Westcott. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN" CHURCH Corner 3rd Ave. and Stli St., Rev. W. G. Asher, pastor. Services tomorrow 10.30 Bible school. Morning sermon 11.30. Evening sermon, 7.30. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST D. Ross, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Noon, the Bible school and adult class. Morning 'sub- ject, "Heavenly Evening sub- ,ectt "Opened Heart." LATTER DAY SAINTS CHTJHCH OP JES0S CHRIST OP SAY TOUT KELLY subject, Sunday school vice at 11 a. m.; subject, iod when about our daily Evening service at 7.30 "The Magic Touch." Junior school at 2 senior Sunday at 2.15. TRINITY BARDIE- T. T. Faichney. Ser- vices for Sunday, August 22 Child- ren's service at 11: evening service at 7.30. Sunday School at 2.30. Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 a. m.; evening service at 1.30. A. M. MeLeod, pastor. ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 101.8 Second Ave. S. Phons H93. CHRiSTADELPHlANS CHRISTADELPHI'ANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. uiy ut-uiciv ouu... to return, confess, ac- ARABIC CARRIED SECURITIES WORTH SO-VIE London, Aug. Is .understood that the Arabic carried between and worth ot Am- erican securities for iVew York. These all were insured, bill the underwrit- ers at Lloyd's and tne various finan- cial institutions were busy this morn- ing looking up the details and ar- ranging claims. One firm alone had worth of securities on the sunken vessel. It is understood that some stocks are being purchased in. America to cover thesa SEAt BRAND COFFEE There are other Coffees hut a r e not "Seal Brand" In 1 and 2 pound Whole ground -7 ilia Fine Ground lor PercoUlora. x CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. ity Ior his sons. "R. A. Winnipeg, Aug. .18. The TribunB says today "Thomas Kelly, con- tractor ior the new parliament bmld- incs, in exile across Ibe'internation- afboundary .line, has offered to_come back to Winnipeg and tell the ers royal commission all he knows knows about the graft. His confes- sion, it is said, would involve a Do- minion cabinet minister and eight other men. He demands as a condi- tion ior turning King's evidence that his sons be given immunity. "This is the story which emanated Irom government so'urces today. It is Detroit Lakes, where Kelly has been to the effect that Kelly has bec'n worrying over the possibility that his sons may have to spent! terms behind prison bars because oi their'assodation with the lirm in its ---a--------- j dealings with the Rohlin Govern- Entrance .ith street south and 2nd j j. It js said KiHy's hair has avenue sputh. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. i considerahlv graver in the last Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to (Cw ,vceijB I commemorate the Lord's death, and I Anderson, K. C., counsel I at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad ,h, denied the story that tidings ot the Kingdom of God. Sub- ject "The rise and tall of Babylon, m both ancient and All seats I iree. NTo collection. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth 'Ave. and Fifteenth street. Rev. C. Grant, min- ister. Sunday school at. 3 p. m. English services at 7.30. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth" street. Rev. Fath- er Rosenthal, pastor Rev. Fr. Min- vvegin, assistant. Children's Mass at 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7-30. Sermons at each service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at eleven a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting, 8 p. in. The reading room is open to everyone every day Irom three to five p. m. Everyone "is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Burgmann's1 Ha'il, -118 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of b'read at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 3 p.m. preaching at f.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Ave. N'orth Baptist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, remembering] the Lord's death. Sunday evening' 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at 8 p.m., special waiting upon God ior the baptism oi the Holy Ghost. A hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows Sunday, 11 a.ttK, Holiness meeting 3 p. m., praise .meeting, and 7.30, .Salvation meeting.1 Week nights Monday, 8 p. public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday 8 p. n.., Soldiers' meet- FOR FRECKLED, TANNED, RED OR WRINKLED SKIN Just beneath that freckled, tanned or reddened complexion there's an ex- quisitely ibeautiful skin ot youthful int and delicacy. If you could only irlng this complexion to the surface, discarding the discolored one! You the easiest, simplest, most natural manner imaginable. Just get at any drugstore an ounce of ordinary nercolized max, apply nightly lllto cold cream, removing it mornings with warm water. The wax assists Nature by gradually peeling off the ingering particles of scorched and lalf-dead surface skin, causing no dis- comfort whatever. Cutaneous defects like pimples, blotches, liver spots, motih patches, freckles, of course dis- appear with the old skin. Nothing else will accomplish such wonderful results in so short a. time. Fine lines and even deeper wrinkles often appear at this season. lu such cases nothing Is better than a face bath made by dissolving 1 oz. powder- ed saxoiite in pt. witch-hazel. This is remarkably effective. for the crown in the pending prosecu- tions, would not talk. He was asked if the Norris Government had made overtures to Kelly. His reply was an emphatic 'No.' RUSSIA CALLS YOUNG MEN. OF 1916 CLASS Paris, Aug. Russian em- bassy anounces that by decree of the Emperor, young men of the class of 1916 have been called to the colors, dating from August 20. No exemp- conless, ac- ami secure immun- tlons whatever, by reason of family connections or study aoroad will be K.C., chief counsel allowed, the announcement; states. II' ing Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance Saturday, 'i p. in. Irce and easy meet- mS' LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF .IKSIJS CHRIST OF LATTER, DAY of Seventh avenue arid welfth 10.3d a.m., Sunday school: 2 p.m., sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Geo. W.' Green, Second avenue, South. 'Phone, 14SI3, in the pooii Idly, drifting in the cool, Summer how fine, Dainty divine! Don't forget a good supply of Cljttlrtil on your vacation dainty, mint- flavored, sugar-coated confection for Man and delightful. MADE in CANADA Save the Cushion Cover Coupons In every 6V 10 and 25c Chiclet Package. CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO ;