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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta CHURCH SERVICES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. 19M CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST' CI-IUHCU OK 0......- SCIENTIST Hull BlocU, Seventh street. Service at clovini a. in. iiBsdiiy evening testimony meeting, 8 p. In. Tim reading room is open to ivuryoiio every .lay [rum three to m. Everyone ,ls cordinlly niviloil to attend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A- n. KOflonthal, pastor: Rov. P. Mini- wcgcn, assistant. Children's Mass 9 High-Mass; 11 a. in. Sunday tchool 3 p.m. Evening service. 7-iu p.m. Sermon at each service. CHK1STADELPHIANS CHKlSTADBLPlllANS Meet in the Moose Hall, HiBhiboUinm "lock. Entrance 5th street south and incnue so'dtli. Wednesdays at S p.m., Hiblc .clans. Sundays at a p. in., to I commemorate! the Lord's death, and] at, 7.30 p. in. to proclaim the Rlan, tldlnss oi.tho Kingdom of Ooil. jcct, "Tho First and Second CominRB of Christ: What They Mean for Van- )jy Mr. Sidney T. Batnlord. All. acatu free. No co'.loction. SALVATION ARMY I Services are held at the Citadel, I -Flfi street, as tallows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise 7.30, Salvation meeting Week nights: Monday, 8 p.m., public meeting, led by Bisters; Wednesday. 8 p.m.', Soldiers' meeting; Thursday t p.m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band In attendance: Saturday, S p.m., free and mooting. LATTER DAY SAINTS ci-nmrti OF JESUS CHIUST OF LATTER DAY SAIN'i'S-Corncr o! Seventh Ave. ami 12th street, 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m. sacra- ment'meting. Visitors always wel- como. tiisliop.Geo. W. Green, 1010 Second Ave. S. Phone l-WJ. I LUTHERAN 'ST PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN i! cril'RCH-Cornct Sixth Ave. and 1: Fift-enth St. Rev.- C. Grant, minis- ter December 13: Norwegian service at 11 n.m', English service at 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 2.30. Rehearsal Wed- ncfidoy evening. LUTHERAN CHURCH Dec. b. i German service will be held at the 1 parsonage, 710 10th St. N., at 11 a. ,'i m. Kev H. J. pastor. Ilio I! next English service at the parsonage in Lethhridge will take place Dec. 20, at 8 y.m. [i .ANGLICAN i ST CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner 7 of-Eleventh street and Eighth avenue I Rov. Canon McMillen. Sunday, December 13, Third Sunday in Advent: Matins and Holy Com- munion, with .sermon, at 11 a.m.; Evensong, with sermon, at 7.30 p.m.; Sundan school and Bible classes at 3 p.m. Rev, Canon McMillen will preach hoth morning and evening. ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Elghtk St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrlght, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion 6T- Vry Sunday morning at.8.a.m. at the eleven, o'clock service on tht Sunday-of the month. Evenionj. 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m." ST. MARY'S. CHURCH-BIT, o.. H. Popharn, rector. Holy Communion 6 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month at-eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.80 -p. m.r CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and: Eighth street; Rev. 3. O. '.Picltel. pastor. Bible school at 10.30 a.m., Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Special, music. Christian En dcavor at 6.30. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-3rd .Ave. and 9th St. Preacher, Rev. Da- vid Ross 11 a.m., subject, "Insin- cerity; The Sin of Sins." Noon, Sun- Many Gift Problems CanBe Satisfactorily Solved by Visiting This Store Gifts For A Gentleman Bill Folds Change Purses Collar Boxes Fitted Clul) Bags and Suit Cases Fur Motor Bobe Handkerchief Cases Playing Cards in Case Military Hair Brush Sets in Case .Knives Razor Strops Razors, Safety and Straight style Suit Cases Tie Holders Tobacco. Pouches Club Bags Our Merchandise is Displayed so that it will afford every facility for judicious selection, and at the same time prove a help and inspiration to gift seekers Gifts For Ladies Purses Mesh Bags Scissor Sets Ciillino' Oard Cases Carver Sets An Easy Way To Stop Head Noises Good Advice For those Who Fear" Deaf ness Men and women who are growing hard of hearing and who experience a stuffy feeling of pressure against their ear drums, accompanied by buzzing rumbling sounds in their heads like water falling or steam escaping should take prompt and effective measures to stop this trouble. Headnoises are al most invariably the forerunners complete or partial deafness and most deaf people suffer from them con stantly. Sometimes these, head noises become so distracting and nerve rack me with their never ceasing "hum they drive the sufferer almost frantu and complete breakdown and even violent insanity have been knowr to result. ThanliB to a remarkable scientilli discovery mada recently In England i Is now possible to almost instantly lessen the severity of theso hea noises and in a very short time t( completely and permanently overconn them. With tlio disappearing of th head noise's, the hearing also greatl) Improves and very frequently can b restored to .normal. This Englisi treatment Is "known -as Parmint am can he easily anu ssfoly scif adminis at home Leading druggists i I ethbridge ana vicinity now have i in stock Get from your druggist 1 07 Pirmmt (Double Strength) and, mi it at home with pint ot hot wate and of granulated sugar. Sti until dissolved and then take on toihlespoonful four times a day tint Hio noises disappear and hearing in proves rarruiui. is used- doubl atrenglh In this way not r'mT'and stvellinVin the E'ustaclifa tube ohd thus to equalize the air pre sure the drum but to correct an EieesIoE secretions in the middle ea a-id results it gives are both r m irlibly quick and effective. ordering Par-Hint that jou want Doiib iflitr druggist has it or I cin! set it for you, it not, send i5 to the International Liboratories, St. Anlolne St Montreal who make t Specially of It Gifts For The Pocket Knives Roller Skates Indian Clubs Dumb Bells Glove Cases Jewel Boxes Manicure Sets Mnsic Cases Ladies' Fitted Club Bags Hand Bags in Great Variety Boys And Girls Scissors Tee Skates Girls' Hand Bags Girls' Toy Trunks Travelling Slippers Writing Cases Work Boxes To Every Purchase of We Give Away A Nickel Plated Handy Household Hammer CO. Ltd 306, Fifth Street South ay school and-adult Bible class, 7.30 m., subject, "Seeking-the Stare." FIFTH BAPTIST-Rev. I Elmer Gieen, pastor, 11 a.m. sub- set, "-Man's 'Inability and .Possibility." p.m., Sunday school anil Bible asses. 7.30 p.m., subject, "Repent- nce as -It Used To Be." Owing to ome misunderstanding regarding a eport in Hie'paper, on-Monday, the astor wishes to announce that ne be in the pulpit for three Sundays ot. His farewell sermon jirtll be giv- n on December 27, PRESBYTeSIAN ST ANDREW'S A. Bryan pastor. .11. a.m., Dr. Fergu- on, superintendent of missions, will peak, and will meet the elders and nanagers" after service. 2 p.m., unior Sunday school'; 3.15 p.m., Sen- or Sunday school and Bible classes, 30 p m., continuing tiiie series ot spe- ia1 sermons announced by the pas- or In Canaan; to- morrow nigh't's subject, "Defeat. KNOX PBESBYTKBlAN-l'astor, Rev A H. Denoon, B.D..Services to- morrow at 11 a. m. and 7.80 p. m. 3oys' department of Sunday, school at 2 Other departments and adult iible class at 3. Chinese class at 4. Full chorus! choir at, everyone cordially invited. BOUND EOR HOME WAR STAINED AND WOUNDED WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Utv. B Franois; pastor.- Class meeting it 10 a m. 'Morning service 11 a m subject, ''The Great In-Gathering.1 Children's topic, "The Birthday Party Bvenlng service at p.m., .ubject, "The Centre Figure." Men's G. H Cobbledieit, pastor; residence, 320 Eleventh street, phone 104. 11 a. m. Sermon, "Cheer in the Storm. Bible school and adult 'classes. -Song ser- vice at 7.15. Come early'and foelp iing the old favorites.; "7.30 p.m., Enemy and' Music: Morning anthem, "0 Worship the King evening.anthem, M-o'rn" soprano jo'io, "Entreat Me. Not to Leave Thee" PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Unity Hall 5th Aye., Nocih. .Sunday at 11 a.m. Reinonibgring the Lord's Death. 730 p.m. GoSpcl meeting. Tuesday, s'p.m. Prayer and Gospel meeting. Everybody welcome. Burgmann's Hall., 418 Thirteenth itreet, North assemble or) tlie Lord's. Day for breaking at 11 a.-m. Sunday schoo! at-3 ;p.-in; .Gospel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible: reading, Wednesday 7.4a p. gLE STUDENTS I INTERNATIONAL B1DLE STU- DENTS Stafford Block, Fifth St south Set-, vices eicry Sunday at 3 and 7 ia p m Seats free No collection Alter rtrsmg salt for the table, do not fill tiie idlt 't'J'mii, until the is quite cold, otlicrwisc It will en in a lunip. Scene on a hospital ship; at a French town as English, soldiers jilctare have been at the front since the beginning of the-war. leaie tor home lo t of these shown m the Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder for Blue Ribbf.n products and sec that your dealer gives them. AH Blue Ribbon goods are guaranteed to latisfy. If otherwise you may return thetH: Blue Ribbon Coffees and Bak- ino Powder are the belt on the mar- ket or th'ey couldn't be sold with so strong a guarantee. A ZepueliR. damaged In the stern Bailed tm miles- In' almost a vertical position with the crew clinging to the rigging to Keep from falling out It fin- ally collapsed after passing the Ger man frontier. To give the people of Germany "the real 'Paris is preparing to turn loose era! hundred thousand toy balloons bearing statements about tht nar, and let the wind laud tfoem ovef. on German- soil. 9. To clean collars on sponejC .with ammonia then finish with alcohol. men's coats, water; first, The Atiociited Board of Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENOIANB." for Local Examinations In Mosle FATBON: Bii Majesty llK Kiag. Music rxantfitntionf.1015 lo Popill of ill Tc.cfcfipi of The Annual Kiflminattons: In practical Mlislc and Theory be lldu throughinlt. Candd.1 in Mny and June, 1915. All csnimjl- itlSn in onlywill 'bs held ,cr. itlh I9U. applicalion to be made by October 'In'exhibition rslue about Isco offe'red annually also'a Oold and i Sllwr Ucdoll. Syllabus. Music for the examinations OHM particulars may be obtained on opimca- tlou to wttma (ttOtttl ftctetuy lor Cinadq.) Paroi H nliO leiichers to ent'-r th-lr pupils Jliould comnninteitc with the nl once tlKir placed on wMllug Hit. a War's Worst Horrors A itilt of the Hirfilanfler Pypres, Who 'tried to say and Cried out, "Holy zounds I ain't utteroil such sounds Since I bane and wore dypres. "I knew a said Rloiiard Cro- ter 1'who was wounded in the Civil IVar.'Tho wound Was-only slight, and 1 was surprised to meet this chap, af- ter thu war was'.over, hobbling- along on a pair of er'iltches. I said, you get along without crutches, old 'Well, said he, says I can, but my pen- sion lawyer says! I Meeting one of his former employ- ees in a naval uniform, a London mer- chant ashed the joinic man why -he hadn't Joined the army Instead moiher wouldn't let re- I.lied the youth. '.'Wiat! A big, ..hulking fellow like and you say 'your niotiicr wouldn't let 'Yes." said the recruit, "so 1 volun- teered for mine sweeping." 'But that is far more dangerous than fighting 'In'the said the esemplojor 'amazed. "I Know the boy chuckled, but mother "c COCOA Possesses All Three It is absolutely pure, conforming to all Pure Food Laws.' It is. of high quality, being made from choice cocoa beans, skilfully blended. Its flavor is delicious, because it is made without the use of chemicals, by" a strictly mechanical process that per- fectly preserves; -the appetizing NATURAL flavor of high-class cocoa beans. S MADE iH CANADA BY WALTER BAKER ;