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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 2, WG Lethbridge Churches PRESBVTERIAN Cortisr ftth 8th Streets. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F: Burns; Acting HoRular earvlccs a.m. and uo 10 Boys Department. 32.30 a.m.: Big SIstorB and Big Brotn- 800 ani.: Other Departments ot Bun- day School and Adult Blblo Class. .4 p.m.: Chinese'Class, llev. W. F. Burns, will preach in me 1 morning. In the evening Professor .J. son, of Stanford University, ...alifm- nia wiu delivov an address, Dushuss Man in the Church." LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Avs. and 12th St S. Sacrament p.m. Primary. 3 p.m. Ilellef 2 Visitors Always Bishop Geo. W. Green, South. Phone, PAGE SEVEN BAPTIST St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. MqNIchol, M.A.. Pastor Manse 707 13th St.'eet N. First Baptist Church Cor 3rd Ave. ah? 9th St. S Rev. C. Baker, Pattor Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning Subject: "The Condition to Acceptable Worship." Manse 707 13th st.'eet w. I livening Subject: "In i, a in Special Intercessory service, School at close of the morning b'oiur the first Sunday In the month. scrvlcc. Scrvloes at tl ti.ra.-7.30 p.m. MUUveek. Service, Wednesday S p.m. Junior "Sunday. School at 2 p.m. choir Practice, Friday S p.m. Senior Sunday School at 3.10 pan. Tho tor as large at- i tendance as possible at the morning i service when he will discuss one of ilhe great principles of Jesus' immortal in which is suggested the for- mal worsnippu'rB relation to human society as a whole. _ This is one of tho present aay calls !o church. !ho heeding of which much to do.wlth her future standing as a voice lit the shaping ot national destiny and permanent peace. This will be Uie sermon "of the day. Trinity Church, Hardiovillc Leslie LoaUB.Boyd.-B.A-. Minister, 330 pjn.: Sabbath fthool. 7.30 p.m.: Church Service._________ "ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. Street and Sth Ave. South Rev. Canon W. V. McMlilon, B.A., .Rector Matin- EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy 3rd Sun- 8.30: 2nd and ,th Sundays at 11 a.ia. Sundays at 4 p.m. ___ (From Our Own correspondent) Nobleford, Dec. Hunt spent some days In Calgary this week and returned with' a ntnv j lln-Slx which ho intends to use for demonstration purposes. J. H. Medd Is building a new addi- tion on tho west side of his store. The nrosnocts for a new skating rink are very hopeful. A meeting was held on Tuesday evening to con- nluor the matter and another one Is called for 'tonight. We understand that a definite proposition has been made with Iho result that local skat- ers will able to skate to their hearts' content before many weeks are over. H now remains for those who have been agitating to stand be- hind those who-are making the ar- ran'ge'monts. Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Noble and little daughter, are staying in Calgary this week. The Ladies Aid chicken'supper and sale of work last ntght was :i sreat success In spite of the terrible wind and dust 'blizzard whicli prevented the majority of outslilo people from com- ing in. The total proceeds amount to about which is a very credit; able showing. Since March of this year Hie Ladles Aid have oollecied some towards the cost of The Dangerous Condition Which Many Well Known Diieaset. Rector 4t evening service the Lord's Sap- .11 a. m. Sunday ana anli all members Jibls 3 p.m. friends are invited to liiVRNSONG 7.30 P.M. r.S. r church' and ij. is expected that a able 'buiidini; wi inmmer. will be erected by next METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. 0. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St: S. Phone 404 ]1 am.: The Pastor. pm.: -fiible School and Adult Classes V 80 p m.: Platform Meeting and Mus- ical Service.' "Canada's Opportnn- si. M, g j. Shepherd; "Tile Call ol'theVar Mr. H..-H. Cragg; "Do Missions Rev. 0-. H. Cob- bledick.' Music: "Turn Thy Face _from My Atfwopiir--me r-salm ot Kinross; "Sunset and Evening Bridge. Westminster .Church Rev. Ji.B. Francis. Pastor 10 am.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 am.- Topic: "The Vision" Child- fen's topic "Homsward Bound." 2 p.m.: Beginners and of the-Sunday School. 3 p.m.: Other Depts of the S. S. 415: Young ladies-- rally. Speaker. Evangelist Barton. Subject "The Girl for the Times." Chairlady Mrs (Rev.) McNichol. Soloists: Miss Ivy Dawson, Miss Winnlfred Wallwork. All young ladies ot the city invited 715 Topic "Pay Day." These are Ei angelist Bartcn's'closing services A Cordial Welcome to participate with r.s. A feature of '.his service formal welcoming of Rev. and Mvs. Baker, us members of tho church by Rev. McAlilatur, the denominational 1 evangelist for Alharta. The pastor will give a very brief ad- resa significant to the occasion. A arge assembly is expected. lurgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. telievers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Breaking of Bread at 11 School at 3 p.m, Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. SALVATION Services Held at the Citadel, Sth St a.m., Holiness Mealing: 3 n m Praisa Meeting and 7.30 Sal vation Meeting. I Week 8 p.m.. Pub- lic Meeting Thursday, 8 pin Salvation Meeting 'Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy in et: ting. Welcome BELIEVERS m. It has eopie to our knowledge that strangers have been canvassing among farmers for the patriotic fund. These men have been unable to show any credentials whatever and the local committee desires to warn the public against giving to any such persons. None 'but the local officers of the fund are authorized to collect donations for this purpose and tile committee will be slad to -have information leading to some definite action Merchants THIS1ROUBLE The Wonderful Fruit will Protect You Autointoxication means self-poison- ing, caused by continuous or partial constipation, or. insufficient action of the bowels. Instead of the refuse matter passing daily from the body, it is absorbed by the bloocl. As result, the Kidneys tiiul Skin are o-jtrtvorked, in their efi'orts to rid this poisoning. j Poisoning UMiriUiis wu.yoften causes Indigestion, 'Loss of Appetite und Disturbed Stomach. It may pro- j duce Headaches and Sleeplessness. j may irrilale the Kidneys and bring on Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Gout, i and Rheumatic Pains. It is tho chief CiUSC of keeps Uie whole liouinlo thubiouuof this 1Frilil-a-tives" wilt al-jity; curt Auto- inlaximtian or self-poisoning as Fruit-a-th-cs acts gently on bowels, kidneys and .strengthens tho bowelB and tones up Iho nervous system. against unauthorized solicitors. A. Korr ot the' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church ot" Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet- ing at 8 p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO ALL. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church a.m., remembering, the Lord's Death. Oos- .pel meeting 3pm Sunday School pm, 1'r.ijer and the Word. p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism .of the Holy Ghost 4 HEARTY WELCOME 50c. a box, 0 for size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid on .receiptof price by JVuit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. CHRISTADELPHIANS Christian Church 10.30. "Sunday School followed by Communion Service. 6.30: Christian Endeavor. Everybody welcome. Meet in the Moose Hall, Higlnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and.2nd Avenue South Wednesdays Spm.Biblo Class Sundays at 3p.m., to commemorate the Loid's Death and at 7 30 p m to pro the glad tidings of the King- dom of God Subject: The Jews; Their and Future in the'Light of Bible History and Propriety." All Seats Free No Collection Bank staff, left today for Peterbor- ough. Ont, and expects to be away about one month. Inspector J. 15. Hodgson was in town this week inspecting the local school. While here he interviewed the men 'behind the movement for consolidation and expressed his de- sire that some definite campaign should be nnslied forward in the near future. Mr. Hodgson has made a careful study oi' the Question and is convinced that this, is the only way to solve the acute rural school prob- lem. He has promised his assistance and matters will be pushed forward in the course of a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Hyndman of Carman- gay Calgary were visitors to town "this Week. The Ladies Aid desire to express their (hankb to Mr Jas, McDowell for the free use of the icbtaurant fo- theii'sunper and sale last night At the sei ui.e on Sundav the paR deaTt -.nt'i-some of-the-problem i Inch were considered by the social ervice congress which met at Cal- ary last week. There is certainly aom here for some intelligent corn- unity work anu the is in IP best position to handle With the longei evenings comeb le greater opportunity for reading" ast winter the department of exten ACETYLENE FLASH LIGHT An -acetylene flash light for rail road crossing gates, ignited by a pilots-light as-a gate is lowered, has been Invented. So Economical The little fl.k., of purest ewftoe of lilki, woollens, etc., without Mini or obMpsit clHnier you cm buy. LUX Contain more nil soap, weight pe4 Maps or powders. Urw Brothers Limited Ttnstfo Al.ll The following congratulatory let- ter has ibeen received by R...J: Ritch- ie Paterson, honorary-treasurer of, the Patriotic -'Fund, from Sir Hebert Ames, honorary secretary for Canada regarding the great success of the campaign in Lethbridge' Ottawa, NoV CO, 191S K. J. Ritchie.Paterson, Em-, Honorary-Treasurer, Canadian' Patriotic Fund, Lethhridge, Alberta, Dear has been sent in a copy of the Lethbridge Telegram o recent date, containing the statcmen ot the Lethbridge Branch ot tl.a Can adian Patriotic Fund up to the 17th September, 1915. Although we ra- ceive, through the South Alberta Pro vmcial Branch, the totals of contrlbu tions 'and expenditure for the variou points in Southern Alberta, we d not as a rule see the detailed state ment such as furnished in this case When I see that the Canadian Pa triotic Fund of Lethbridge has re 1 milled to Calgarj no less than ih sum of which'I suppose i the last two months has been consid erabls increased, T feel that I canno refrain fiom writing sou and express ing to you and your associates ou admiration and thanlts for the splen did manner in which your people ar supporting our work. you will be glad to know that b the time this reaches you we shal In all probability, have received and that although the totalid rfiands made upon us have now reach pd nearly a-million dollars a rtonth our income has hitherto been enollg to meet outgo and wo have faith t believe that this condition will co- tlnuo. You are no doubt ntfw engaged upo a new campaign for another year. Le me wish 1011, on behalf of the natio al executive, every success in yoi splendid endeavour. Yours sincerely, HERBERT B. i Hunt who acted'as local secretary desires to send for another box of books and will be glad to have the names of all who wish to make use of them. Give in your names at once at the post office. Children in the district arc busy practising for the Christmas tree en- tertainments and anxiously awaiting the arrival of "Santa Clans. The big crops this will mean a great Christmas in this' district. Threshing operations have been going along with a great swing during the past week and there is not very much left to be done. .Most of the grain directly east and west of town ,has been threshed. The yields arc very high, stubble ill some cases 33 Bushels p'er acre and the, summer fallow of Messrs. SiiuUdur- son showing as high as CO bushels pel- acre Veij little of the giam is giad mg lower than No 2. The loial patriotic fund committee tmr bein ations i looking "Could I only have music on my own terms, when- ever I wished." If Emerson Lived Today IF Emerson lived today he could sit in his study at Concord and realize his wish to have music on his own terms when- ever the spirit moved him. One cannot imagine Emerson sitting in his study listening to a talking machine, but one can readily believe that Emerson would have listened with delight to Edison s new invention, which the New York Globe refers to as "the phonograph witn a soul." NEW EDISON "The Phonograph with a Soul" fHIS new invention marks the achievement by Thomas A. Edison of his ambition to produce an instrument which would Re- create all forms of music so perfectly that the Re-Creation could not be detected from the living artists instrumentalperformance. Great artists have appeared in public and have played direct comparison with Edi- son's Re-Creation of their work. More than music lovers and the music critics of more than 200 of America's leading- newspapers have heard and seen these astound- ing tests, and one and all concede without reservation that the New- Edison's Re-Creation of an artist's work positively cannot be detected from the artist's actual perfor- mance. Will there be real music in your home at Christmas? TALKING machine cannot give you A TALKING machine c-----. real music. It gives you only a hoi Edison is not a talking machine. The New York Tribune says of it that "Edison has snared the soul 01 It will brinij into your home at ChriltmM and ever; other day of the year the literally Re-created art of the world'a greatest artists. We want yon to hear this wonderful new invention inSur store at your earliest oppor- is no obligation to buy. We merely want you to hear "the phonograph with soul." WE ARE LICENSED TO SELL NEW EDISON THE KENNY ALLIN CO, LIMITED Next to Dallas Hotel. Phone 1487 The Drug-Book Storei uriioovcs, tai'mcr-, aie nuk ing money out ot war rise to the occasion and do tbeil bit ,1 fund committee and eager to do greatly encouraged. bv mcre e.i week are-coiaiug-in and AIC tfrd narci Magistiate Elton, one of distiict is bocominc; mcre and more to the mei We are aiming at a Uie best speakers in Southern Alber U is the special speaker of tho even mg, while Jab McNaughton, MPP, of .Carraangay will also take part., Simn. of Lethnridge has been secured as soloist and her items lull I be a great attraction It is carnesth hoped that theie will be a lousing "Do you believe that trutii crushed to earth will rise asked the moralist. answered the cynical man There are always a number ot people in who Redding. objections raised by friends and relatives Wil- liam H. Hollenbeak and-Mrs.. Martha Ml Brown of Pall River valley, aged, j espectively, SO and eloped" to Bedding and were married heie iSL IJlLCr "10 HCi'U' on travelling libraries ive'-e made meetng People se of and there should be something sacrificing much for the cause lor one to continue the work Kenneth I which our Emphe is fighting and it Old Dutch quickly removes stains and spots from such things as oil-cloth table tops P flannels not only should be washed and rinsed by hand in lukewarm water of even tempera- ture but they- should be washed with Ivory Soap. Then they will remain as soft and unshrunken as when new because the mild, pure Ivory cannot harm the woolen fibers in the slight- est degree. This is an excellent way to wash flannel underwear: Make a warm suds with Ivory Soap Paste. (See directions inside If the garment is soiled, add a half-tablespoonful of ammonia for each gallon of waten Soak fen minutes. Wash Vith the hands. Dd not rub soap on die garment Do not rub garment on the board.. Turn inside out and put through a second suds the first Rinse through several waters of same temperature as the suds, bofteni hard rinsing water with a little Ivory Soap faste. Squeeze out, shake and hang in warm room- not where garment will steam. When nearly dry press on wrong side with warm iron. Stretch ribbed underwear into shape as it dries. IVORY SOAP PUR? JF J JM< i Pioetn GamMt Foctorifi in Hamflton, ;