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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ff'f- mm sift The Taylor-Made Premium You Get It In Dough wi. Model Bakery Machine-Made Bread Has No Equal To the Dull Appetite it is Enticing--to the Keen Appetite, Delight. Order a Loaf from your Grocer, or Phone 1175 and the Rig will call. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 In this Column Will be-Published Every Monday Church Announcements for th. Coming Week. Notice* for Thie Column Should Reach this �� office not later thaif: 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter tainmente^for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept d for this column. . At 8t Augustin's .] The 'Men's Society will meet tonight *t 8 o'clock in the club room. I ..'The Parish Association are having I a social evening for all the members bf the congregation on Wednesday .evening at 8 o'clock' in the parish haH. '. The Junior Auxiliary -will meet on iFriday, afternoon at 4.15. At St Cyprian's �v. The boys' club will meet tonight at 9.30. . The Adult Bible Discussion clasi Will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the parish room. . Service of intercession will >be held �f. � on' Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock I'SSk;Tea�taer'B training class at 8.30. - Choir practice -will be held as us. Bal on Friday night at 8 o'clock. At St. Mary's A'�:$kere will be, a vestry meeting on . "fuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the :. parish room. / v"^TIie regular service of intercession |I^WIMtbeheld'on Wednesday evening at  Th� Girls* Society -will meet as us-f|-;-^,Hal, on Friday evening. A large at-feiiendaacer is: desired. tXuav�ning. �" ^^ubscrtbers ;to, the Record are ask-'a^,.:'�ive/their names to the minis-ter^rj^tlse clerk of the session so that - .nanr^m^de before the* end At St. Andrew's The senior Christian Endeavor will meet on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Wednesday- evening a congregational social will he held at 7.30 and a presentation given to Rev. A. C. and Mrs. Bryan; The annual meeting of the Ladies' Aid Will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 in the church. At Baptist The mid-week service1 will be held on Wednesday evening. Choir practice wdl lhe held Friday evening in the Victoria Mansions. At Christian The executive of the Christian Endeavor will meet tonight at 7.15 in the church. A full attendance is requested. At Wesley The Eworth League will meet tonight with a special line of contest. An entirely new and novel method ot a program has been prepared. Every member and others are invited to come and test their memory. The canvassers for the current funds of the church are asked to meet in the choir room on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. At the Wednesday evening prayer meeting* the subject, "A God-directed Spy," will 'be taken by the pastor. The Ladies' Aid are holding a bazaar on Tuesday, afternoon in Wesley hall. It will be opened by Rev. G. H. Cobbledlck at 'J o'clock. The gentlemen of the congregation and their friends are invited to tea. Choir practice will be held as usual on Friday evening. At Westminster .Thc Epworth League will meet tonight at/8* yclock. It is the monthly consecration service. Tuesdav;' afternoon at 4.15 the Daughters of Ruth will meet. Tuesday evening the Queens of Ave-lon will-meet. v  Wednesday evening there will bo the regular prayer service at 8 o'clock i followed by a special meeting of the Quarterly Official Board. The'monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid will be held in the church parr lor on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. The Knights of Methodism will meet. on Thursday evening. The Junior choir will practice on Friday af||rnoon/at 4.15 and the sen- New Pack Canned Vegetables, Fruits, Jims and Jellies We have a car load containing over 500 Cases flue here Tonight. It :.\ contains:. . . . SA?XS5I Vlffi0 VEGETABLES and FRUITS, WILLIAMS BRAND JAMS and JELLW8, FUR. HARVEST BRAND JAMS AND JELLIES, ST. % NIVAL BRAND JAMS AND J-ELLIES. All the very Highest Quality we can buy In Canada and Guaranteed to satisfy, the most particular people. Prices exceptionally reasonable. In your next order try some of the above. - .. office: THE GOOD CO. Sto�! Phone 1271 high-class groceries Phone 525 Paid Big Price for Spavined Horses Toronto, Dec* 5.-The sittings in Toronto were concluded yesterday of the war contracts commission, which, under the chairmanship of Sir Chas. Davidson, has been investigating the' purchases of horses early in the war in the county of Peel. Ben McCarroll of Lloydtown, testified he had sold a horse for $100 to Capt. C. S. MacDonald and received a cheque from J. Rv Fallis, M.L.A., although Dallis had-nothing to do with the bargain. McCarroll got the horse in trade, the one he traded being worth $120, according to a subsequent valuation by the army buyers. Bert Hendrie, of Hammerton, was paid $125 for a horse for which he asked $140.. The animal was jack-spavined, but the spavin . was killed. He had bought the horse four years before for the price he received for it. Sir Charles Davidson asked why it was that farmers who had already had their horses inspected by government inspectors had to go to J. R. Fallis ? Why had he intervened and obtained a profit of $3000 ? Fallis replied that he had merely continued his regular business. He had been a lifetime in the stock business, buying cattle and horses, and had every right to do what he had done. Before adjournment Mr. Thompson stated that he had a matter regarding the army clothing contracts said With your own name and. * >;  address ? ? DELIVERED IN FOURHOURS � ? Herald Job Department. 4> ? * ? ? ? * ? ? * At the Men's Own - The late Nurse Cavell, or "Woman's Part in the War" was the subject which received a most scientific and rational treatment at the gathering of yesterday. The Rev. G. H. Cobbledick specified the universal tribute to the deceased lady who had so bravely and heroically counted, not her own life and interests too precious to lose it as a passing and ultimate sacrifice for the well being of her countrymen and I women and whose life's work, its tragic consumation and memory would undoubtedly foe recognized in a preeminent way when the records of the world's war are compiled by the historians of the future. Was it possible; asked the speaker, to tabulate in any adequate way the enormous sacrifice and devotion which the women of the empire are so continuously making as a result of this gigantic conflict? Could anyone begin to estimate the mental and physical torture arising from the blood / stained battlefields of Europe? What a trail of permanent anxiety, bleeding hearts .sleepless nights and tear-stained pillows and the dreaded daily anticipa-1 tion of the news which would convey the distracting tragedy that the wife was made a widow with fatherless j children and the mother painfully conscious of the loss of her own flesh and blood? Yes, the woman's part in the war is most vital, realistic and noble, was the convincing conviction of Mr. Cobbledick. Mr. A. E3. .Tarvis rendered a well appreciated solo prev-vious to the address. Justice Downer Now '- Thos. T. Dunn, Cardston has been appointed a Justice of the Peace. F. W. Downer, Lethbridge, is �1M � 3Jf. now.. � v- German Women are Fighting in Ranks Biddeford, Me.-German women are being called upon to fill up gaps in the actual fighting ranks of the German army, according to a letter from Sergeant'Stephen-Marshall, o� Digby, N. S., writing to relatives here. Sergeant Marshall is serving in a company of' heavy artillery. He writes that 200 German soldiers were captured shortly before and brought into camp. It was then discovered that every one of the 200 prisoners was a woman dressed in the uniform- of the German army. They were armed and from their appearance at a distance it was impossible to tell that they were not all able-bodied, men. Why wjjmen are being put into the trenches is not known, but the inference is that the loss of so many troops by