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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 25,1917 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN AMDE IN CANADA 13 irr&At'' JryiA.Rrt-'- iiim'iltxl? N>7' factory: The Ideal Food Beverage BAKER'S BREAKFAST COCOA Delicious and Strengthening )��' It has a delicate fragrance and flavor peculiarly, ite own^ owing to the scientific blending of the cocoa beans and the perfect process by which it is made. "One never tires of Baker's" Booklet of Choice Recipes sent "free. Walter Baker & Co. Limited Eitablishcd 1780 Montreal, Canada - Dorchester, Mass. ANOTHER ADVANCE TO RUSSIA Washington, Aug. 24.-Another cre- dit of $100,000,000 to Russia was made today by the American government. OBJECTIONS TO SOLDIERS' VOTE BILL OVERCOME Ottawa, Auk. 24.-Tho military voters' bill, which has occupied the attention i�f the commons for the greater part of the week, was reported from committee this evening and stands for a third reading. At one time it was foared that the discussion of the bill would ho more protracted and that it might ho necessary for the government to Invoke the closure rule to secure its adoption by the houso. As a result of a 1olnt conference hold on Thursday, howtver, a number of amendments were agreed to which in a measure satisfied the opposition and insured tho passage of tho bill. The provision in tho bill, as originally introduced, to which most exception was taken, was tho one giving to soldier voters who aro non-residents of Canada tho right to voto in any constituency. As a result of the joint conference the government agreed to so amend this clause as to provldo that soldiers who havo Hvod in Canada must voto in tho constituencies in which they last resided in this country. This compromise did not satisfy all tho members of tho opposition and Hon. William Pugsley today moved an amendment confining the right to voto to residents of the Dominion. Tho amendment was productive of a do-bato which led to some spirited cross-flrlng. Tho amendment was rejected on a division of 51 to 13, a government majority of 38. The amendment agreed to by the conference was then adopted and tho bill was reported, tho house then went into committee of supply. Discuss Wheat Price Ottawa, Aug. 24.-On the orders of tho day in tho commons this afternoon Hon. Arthur Meighen said that his remarks of yesterday on the C. N. R. bill had been incorrectly reported In the press in a couple of particulars. He had not remarked as reported, that Montreal was opposed to conscription. Neither had he stated that he favored confiscation of the C. N. R. It would, ho said, be superfluous for him to say that he had made the latter statement. Replying to questions by Hon. Frank Oliver, Sir George Foster said that the maximum price of $2.40 for wheat in Canada, fixed some time ago, had been made a fixed price until Sept. 10. After that date it was expected tho United States would bo in a position to co-operate with Canada in establishing prices. Mr. Oliver quoted figures of wheat prices to show that they were higher in Minneapolis and Duluth yesterday than in Winnipeg. Ho asked if these figures wbre correct. Sir George replied that they were, but that prices had fluctuated a groat deal from day to day. Sometimes they were lower and some times high er across the line than in Canada. Mr. Oliver suggested that the de partment of trado and commerce should prepare a statement showing what has been lost by I he farmers through tho prohibition of export of wheat. Mr Gcorgo did not know that this could bo done, but If it could tho department would also prepare a statement showing how the people of Canada had benefitted by the prohibition. Replying to a question by Mr. Lorn-ioux, relating to tho prohibition by tho United States of I lie export of ulphur to Canada except, by llcenso, Sir-George Foster said that, representations would bo made by the government with tho object of securing mit-flclent BUppllcn of that article to supply tho demands of Canadian pulp mills. The house then resumed consideration in committee of the ainciwlifieuls to tho military voters' hill agreed to at a joint conference yesterday. TRESBYTERIAN Knox Church [Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. | Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor j Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. legular services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 Tp.m. to a.m.: Boys Department. >30 a.m. Rig Sisters' Bible Class. B0 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible ClaaB. |00 p.m.: Other Departments of Sunday School [p.m.: Chinese Class. fHE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Crags, B. O., Paster. Residence 320 11th St. S. Rhone 404. 10 a.m.: Biblo School. 11 a.m.: Morning Worship, "The Pattern on the Mount," 3 p. m.: Adult Bible Classes. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service. Subject, "The Supreme Need of Today," with a reference to the most successful religions movement of modern times, but which is regarded by many ub a humbug and a fraud. PENTECOSTAL RUSSIA IUUUUII Big Conference There on August 25 Will Decide Fate of Government London, Aug. 24.-Tho Times correspondent, in a long dispatch from Petrograd, tells of the extraordinary effect of Lloyd George's speech on tho Stockholm developments, and ionderson's resignation. Premier Kerensky and M. Akenstlnv. Minister of the Interior, addressed the executive committee of Workmen's and Soldiers' delegates. Tho correspondent notes that Kerensky for tho first time received universal, and Akson-stlev slight applause While tho Provisonal Government has tho support of all elements which count in Russia today, it cannot be disguised that government circles aro afflicted with pessimism, duo to tho feeling that the base whereon they stand is insecure. Prospects of an agreement at the Moscow conference on August 25 are not bright. It may reasonably be expected, says the correspondent, that when the proceedings are ended maintenance of a coalition government will become impossible. Russia will then be ruled by individual authority or lose even that semblance of government. T V. Keel, treasurer, local Palestine Relief Fund, has received the follow ing letter from Arthur Lewis, London, Eng., acknowledging receipt of tho big sum of money collected here for the Jewish Relief: L. Keel, Esq., Treasurer Palestine Relief Fund, Lethbridge, Alberta, Dear Sir,-I am desired by Dr. C Weiztnann to thank you for your let ter of July 10th enclosing oank draft for �9 3s 9d, balance of total amount collected after all expenses have been paid. The $1,000 cabled on June 2Cth duly reached us through the Royal Bank of Canada,, but we had no means of tell ing, until your letter reached us, from whom the remittance had been sent We duly forwarded our receipt on July 3rd to the Royal Bank of Canada who will probably have handed it to you by now. It only remains for ub to thank you and the local Jewish community for the generous help which they have given in relief of the sufferings of our fellow Jews in Palestine. We are duly writing to tho two Jewish papers in Canada as requested to notify them of the assistance you havo given us. The treasurer's formal receipt for �9 3s 9d is enclosed. Yours faithfully, English Zionist Federation, Arthur Lewis, Joint Secretary. Rev. E. J. Hodglns, B.A., Paator �71 Sth Ave. N. Phone 1659 lie pastor will preach at both services 111 n.m. and 7.30 p.m. a.m.: Class meeting for boys and girls. p.m.: Beginners and Primary Depts. of tho Sunday School. |15: Other Depts., of the Sunday [ School. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church fcr. 11tn Street and 8th Ave. South. Rsv. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B.A. Reotor latins-11 a. m. 8unday School end Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. !oly Communion-1st and 3rd Sundays at 8.00; 2nd aDd 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. iptiam-4th Sundays at 4 p.m. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and Oth St. 8. Rev. C. Baker, Patter gular services tomorrow. All Are Welcome. Pentecostal Mission (Apostolic Faith) Cor. Sth Ave. and 18th 8t. N. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor. Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. Divine Healing. Jesus is Coming Soon. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL CHRIST ADELPHIANS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 8. Sunday Service at II a.ra. Subject: "Mind." Tho Sunday School will be closed during August. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meeting at 8 p.m. The reading room Is open dally except Sunday and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, the bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. The public is cordially Invited to attend the church services, also to visit the reading room. � ' i 1 ..... , - --m Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and Sth St. 8. Frank A. Andrews, Minister. Residence, 806 7th St. 8. Phone 1S47. 10.30 a.ni.: Bible School followed by preaching and communion. Subject: "Debts and Debtors." 7.30 p.m.: Preaching Service. Subject: "What Is Salvation?" At tho morning service an/ offering will bo received for American Missions. Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: S p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 10 a.m. to commemorate the Lord's Death, and at 7.30 p.m. to proclaim the glad tidings ot the Kingdom of God. Subject: "The Destiny of Modern Babylon." All Seats Free No Collsctlon LATTER DAY SAINTS BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 411 13th St. North. BelieverB assemble on the Lord's Day for tho Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at S p.m. Kngpel Preaching at, 7.30 pm, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 8. Sunday Sci.tol-10.30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary association-Saturday 3 p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. Visitors Alwaya Welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Geen, 1016 2nd Ave, South. Phone 1493. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, Sth M, Sunday-11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Bat. vation Meetlr.g. Week Nights- Monday, 8 p.m., Public Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.tn, Sal vat ion Meeting CHadb'Sband In attendance. Saturday, S p.m.. free and easy meeting. Everybody Welcome Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Grocers and General Stores. Sritttttt (faUtnt _ ^ * smt am atr "7 I �rh0ol FOUKDSD 1865 Xtiidntiol Church Schttl naautlflilba.Ubjr altuitluu ...rloaklaa; Laka ihtWrkv 30 acm fUrla* KUlll, Srwwlaia, Maaaltaaat Sink, toy prepar.il fcr tti. UaW.ratUaa. Ro.tl Unitary Call*]* ana nu.ln.ia. Hatialoui tralnla*. SaaatiAU CUpi'L Junior HjW fur Iktft of t �i li For /Yojpa-rui apptt to tha Bto&masttr, WtV. V. GRAHAM OUCHARD, M.A.. CAUB. Next Term Commences Sept. 12. - montreal clascow After Home Work A dish of this cereal and then to bed. TOASTED corn FLAKES will help to assimilate a glass of milk or cream and will insure easy digestion of both. Being light and nourishing, this is the ideal bed-time lunch for a tired student. Insist on the original by asking for the red, white and green package. Others are imitations. TOASTED EXHIBITS SILL THE TABER FAIR (Continued most Fhont Facie) fling of a quilt made by the school ' alized for tho Red Cross. Tho quilt children, and from which $18 was re-| was sold two or throe times over. The Prize Winners. In the horse classes, there were some fine exhibits. In the thoroughbred class Geo. Kussell carried off most of the prizes. In tho general purpose Win. Porteous was the heavy winner, taking first for carriage team, four horse team, 3 year old filly, dry maro, and foal. A. 13. Tolton took second in the carriage team, and Geo. Russell second in tho wagon team. Rod. Whitbeck was a heavy winner in the heavy draft horses, winning fivo or six prizes. John Marvie, of Ketlnw, was also a good winner in this class. In tho light horses Geo. Russell and S. D. Winchester wero the chief winners. In the specials Geo. Russell took first for gouts saddle horso, and Milton Schmidt second. H. R. Simpson took first for ladies saddle horse. I-I. B. Arnold and A. K. Tolton wero the winners in the saddle pony class. S. E. Ayers and A. 13. Tolton were the winners o� the specials in the single driving class, whilo N. J. Riplinger took the special tor tho stallion. Porteous and Tolton were tho winners of specials for carriage team, and Tolton won tho roadster team special. In the dairy entile .Tohn Carr and Mrs. Sanderson were tho chief winners. Mr. Carr got some firsts with his Shorthorns, and Mrs. Sanderson took a first with her Holstoin. In beef cattle John Carr was also a winnor, as was Mrs. Sanderson with a Hereford. John Carr got prizes alBo In the grade cattle. in grade sheep, in which thore wero hurdly any entries, R. A. VanOrman took two prizea. Clarke Zeh aua John Fallon wore winners In tho uwine classes, In which the exhibits were also small. In tho poultry classos Noil McICol-lar always a big winner, made no exception here. Ho had -12 entries and took 41 prizes, L. D. Losey of Win-nlfred, Curry ot Medicine Hat, Mrs. Bailey of Medlclno Hot, Mrs. Fisher of Taber, Harding Bros, of Taber, and O, Tufteland of Taber, wero also winners, showing some very fine birds. In dairy products honors fell to MrB. Cert Holman, who captured the Bank of Commerce modal. In domestic products tho chief winners wore Mrs. Dr. Hamman, Mrs. A. E. Tolton, Miss llattio Crowdis, Mrs. Sanderson and Mrs. Vayro, Miss Crow-dls and Mrs. Sanderson took special prizes also in theso classes. . Grains and Grasses. Tho exhibits in thoso classes won high praise from tho judges. R. L. Rash, H. Losey, and II. It. Schmidt, were the chief winners in those classes, having very flno threshed grain exhibits and groin in sheaf. The corn class winnora wore P. J. Larson and O. Tufteland. In roots and vegetables J. llamll-tatfot Coaldale did very well, also P. J, Larson and 8, U. Winchester. A feature of the fair was the rat- Tump if a door slams suddenly*-of someone unexpectedly enters the; room? That's "nerves"; Your system may be run down. [^d.id\immimL (Rcftatarad^ f aside from being a pure, wholesome, non-infcoxicatiugr drink which should ba in every home, is an excellont bodybuilding tonic. A glass or two taken daily nourishes and invigorates and is a great aid in eliminating "nerres." Note how much better you feel after using just one case. Put up in quarts, pints, half-pints �r In casks. Ordar direot from your groetr, druggist, confectioner, or direct from E.L. DREWRY, Ltd. WINNIPEG, MAN. LETHBRIDGE MERCANTILE CO., LTD. Exclusive Agents and Distributors for Alberta. Southern RETAILERS NAMES: JACKSON & CO., DRUGGISTS. ALBERTA BUFFET. LETHBRIDOE HOTEL. ALEXANDRA HOTEL. DALLA8 HOTEL. OLYMPHIA CONFECTIONERY. PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 49 4 ;