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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, 1910 iRAUJ "ACiK SEVEN Lethbricke Churches V. I PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Cernor 4ih Ave. 8th Street S. Rev. OdBt'A; H: Dtnoon, Patter Rov. W, F. Burnt, AetlnB Pattor. liOBiilnr at 11 a.m. aud 7.30 P.m. i 3d a.m.: Boys' Department. 12.30 a.m.: Big Sisters aud Big Broth- ore. 8-00 p.m.: Other Departments of Sun- day School and Adult Bible Class. 4 P.m.: ChlnenO Class. Music: Morning Anthem, "Slug. 0 Sing This Blessed Neldllng- or; Evening, "Arise, Arise, Salno, Maker. St. Andrew's Church Rov. Wm, MsNIchol', M.A., Patter 707.13th Street N. Itegular Services at 11 a.m.-7.30 p.m. Junior Sunday School at 2 p.m. Senior Sunday School at 3.15 p.m. Trinity Church, Hardieville Lealle Loju-e Boyd, B.A.. Mlnllter. 3.30 p.m.: Sabbath School. 7.30 Church Service. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. find 9th St. S. Rev. C; Baker, Pastor Morning Subject: "The Untiring Sen- tinel." Evening Subject: "Conviction, Iti Nature, lit Cost and Us Value." Junday School at 12 a.m. ilidweek Servtcea: "Wed., 8 p.m. Jhplr Practice, Friday, 8 p.m. Mission Band, Monday, 4.IB. The Pastor urges that the member- ship '.attend the morning service If possible. This, hour is specially designed for a lime 6t sph- iual 'refreshing with the hope that ill who possibly can will come and enjoy the service. The evening subject is based on the resumption, thai, an age of material irbsperlty, of scientific thought and religious co-operation militates against rather-than in of re- .Iglous conviction, the basic principle of all great historical movements and national progress. An invitation Is extended to all. Fire on Farm Near Nobleford {From Our Own CoiTonponflont) Nofrtofortl, Deo. very auc- box aoolal and dance IwW 10 ou evening, there ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. Htn'Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W, V. MoMIMen, B.A., Rector Matlns-rii a. m. Sunday School an Bible Claiiei, 3 p.m. p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at jfc.30i" 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 Sundays at 4 p.m. 'METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Coijbledlcic, Pastor Parsonage.320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m.: In Modern the 8th Commandment, a p.m.: Bible School and Adult Classes 7.30 Story of David's Life, Rebellious Son." IMiiaio: "flock of Dudley Buck; "Lead Kindly Dudley Buck; "Saviour Breathe an Evening Bless- SchnMker; Solo, Mrs. H. H. Behrend. Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francit. Paito'r Christmas Entertainment, Wednesday 10 a.m.: Children's Class Meetin-g. 11 Children's Topic: "Admiral Farragat." Sermon: "Our Inherit a and 3: Sunday School. 7.30 Topic: The Full Chorus." The choir will render mae music. Chr'ist- SAJLVATION ARMY Strvicet 'Held at the Citadel, 6th St a.m., Ifoliness .Meeting' f3 p.m. Praise' Meeting and 7.30 Sa! Meeting. XVetk 8 pm, Pub- lic Meeting Thursdsj', 8pm. Salvation Meeting Citadel'band In attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free anil meeting. Everybody Welcome CHRISTIAN SCIENCE at Kent ng a good attendance. The. occasion was the closing of tho school which will not be opened again until some time in February. Mr. Oaugban, the :oacher, has done a very good work, not only along the. linos of what Is goneroliy considered ordinary school work, but also in the development i[ a true community spirit. One of the npst encouraging results has been he school garden which -as credit .idt only to the children but to the whole district. A pleaslos feature BELIEVERS Surgman't Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on tho Lord's Day for the Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gotpel Preaching at 7.80 p.m. Bible Reading, Wetlnelday, 7.46 p.m. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: 8 p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 3p.m., to commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to pro- claim the glad tidings of the King dom of God. Subject: "Salvation, Its True Nature, and the Conditions on Which the Human Family arc come -of St.'1 All Seats Free, Invited to Be- No Collection BOWER SYSTEM WAS BAD aud of the evening tatlon of -oria dollar the 'and presen- 'a '-bag _. candy'to each scholar on the roll, tho money" being profits Eroin the'sale of vegetables grown In the garden. Scholars and others took part In the program which was followed by the sale of boxes for which bidding was very brisk. The proceeds which am- ounted to will bo used to pur- chase an organ for the school. The Hose Butte school is close-d for few days this week owing to the Illness of Miss Edith Html, the teach- J. Green, the local drayman, found one of his horses dead In the barn on Thursday -morning. Fire on Farm A fire, attended by some consider- able loss, took place at the farm of William George, on Friday evening. The fire broke out in one of the cook cars at about half pant nine and rapid- ly spread until all the bunk cars and a quantity of iiiaterlal connected with the threshing outfit -were burning. Fortunately the flames did not spread to the permanent farm buildings or the loss would have been much great- er. As it is tho damage done am- ounts to over one thousand dollars, uncovered by any Insurance. Miss B. P. Coleman and Mr. ICil- palrick were the judges at the t'ar- mangay masquerade ball ou Wednes- day evening. They report a good time there. Some difficulty has been experienc- the local -wells again this a couple of weeks. La Grippe 18 still on tlic Joh lan inore victims to his credit every day. Ola Thomson of the Independ- ent EWator, has his wife and three ctmuren down with the disease nnd las taken them to his home In Clares- holm for treatment. Practically all oC the threshing. In ihls district has now been completed. Some of the threshers who pulled on ,o their own land last were htild up >y the crews who demanded higher wages. Ono man was slung for five dolars a day and had to pay it. The services on the next two Sun. day evenings nill lie of a special 3hrlstffins nature. The subject for .his Week will be "Tho purpose of the and special music will IIP. provided. The annual. Christmas tree elites tainments in this district will take place next week. At Xobleford the entertainment will begin at 7.30 p.m. and an interesting program will be carried out. The school will be decor- ated and the, treo will be there in state. The New-lands arrangements are somewhat elaborate. After a real Christmas dinner there will be an in- teresting program including lantern slides and then the distribution of gjfts from the Iree by the real Saula Olaus. Needless to say the children all looking forward io a great time and even the adults seem scarce- ly less enthusiastic. The Noblefonl entertainment will be held on Thurs- day and that at Newlands on Friday. Hamilton Stewart celebrated his 78th birthday yesterday. As a mat- ter of fact he diiUnot mean to cele- brate tho event, but, to his surprise, some twenty friends waited upon him in the evening, aud after a social time during which lunch was served presented him with a handsome ca.ae. Mr. Stewart is perhaps the best-loved mfin arojmd town and everybody joins in wishing him much happiness in his declining years. The first of a series of la-ntern lec- tures was held in the school last ev- ening, the subject being "The Causes First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Black, 7th Street S. Service at'11 a.m. Wadnaidiy Evening, Testimony Ing at pm. RBADINQ BOOM OPEN TO AUi, LATTER BAY SAINTS Victoria, B.C., Dec. an interview with Hon. John Oliver, minister 01 railways, today, James H. Kennedy, :the engineer under whose supervision and certificate the moneys which have gone into the construction of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway during the past few months were paid, handed in his resignation. It developed .that-Mr. Kennedy's reports -were going to the department of fin- ance, where they nothing about railway construction, instead to the railway deparjmeiit or the chief en- gineer, where they do know some- thing about construction. Not Kennedy's Fault It was not Mr. Kennedy's fault, for it was another instapce of bvprlap- plhg of authority in provincial affairs. In consequence of-the repprts never reaching- F. 0. Gambia, the chief engineer, had no check on the work as he should, have had. When it was found that th'Sre .overlapping of authority here, Hon. Mr. Oliver and Hon. Mr. Smith, the finance minister got together, and an (order has been made placing the authority where it belongs..Hereafter Mr. Gamble will supervise this work. It' is common cnowledge that construction, on this ine has cost a lot more than it proli- LEAVES FOR MOTHERS' TRAINGING SCHOOL New will of Alrp. M. I'ulmur, widow of United suites Senator Palmer, fllod recently, pro- vides for farm of buuofaulloit lilt If orto wholly unknown. .Mrs. 1'Rlnier loft tin estate or tind of this she directs Unit be used to establish and maintain an Institution "where glrlr. .ml young women of the ago of ten and more can bo trained and develop- ed with special reference to fitting them mentally mureilly, physically and for the disdmi'KC ot tho functions uutl service of wifehood am1, motherhood 'and in the lunmtgauicnt. stipervlHion nnd inspiration of homes.'1 Tho iiisUtntion on which the used woman set her heart shall be estab- lished, she specifies. In Detroit or Greenfield Mich., anil IF. to bo known as the Merrill-Palmer Motherhood and Home TraininK School. Oil-Is unable or unwilling tt> pny arc to be trained free of cost, shn directs. Mirfe at Hamilton, Canada OTRONG soaps, warm water and careless drying leave the, skin extremely sensitive to the cold The iety announced that York County Nodical Soc- upon Chris- tian Science healing has recommenced and will take the sli.'ipe of a bill for- bidding Healing without a physicians' license. So far twenty-live Canadian iers have been blinded in the war. week.' The well .useil for drinhinB water broke down early on Monday raomlng, and the -methodical: house- wiveB whose woek is miserable it washing Is not done on Monday strug- gled bravely against the difficulties ot hard alkali water. However, things arc better now and these things help to -break the raonontony. The country around has been illum- inated by a large number of straw lilies 'during the last tew days. It cer- tainly Is a. pity that in these days ol wartime economy some practical use could'not be made ot the great yuan tlty straw tlius wasted. We understand that the O.'T. R. Is. going to give Christmas trees again this year to churches and schools ar-' ranging for entertainments. Tills cus- tom ot the company Is very much ap- preciated in the country districts where trees are hard to gel. Kenneth. Hunt has) procured u set of -hooks In connection with' the De- pal tment of Extension travelling lib rarles scheme and will he glad to have the names of those who wish to take advantage of the booUs. The, for the winter season will -be 26c'per per- son and the. advantage of- tile .librar- ies can hardly bo estimated. A number of local people tool: art- vantage of the night train service to, sec "The Birth of a Nation" at Leth- bridge this week and are enthusiastic over the prpauction. Mr. Smith and little daughter re- turned to Calgary on Tuesday.. Work has begun on the new skat- aud Commencement Quite a large number attended lecture and were interested in What Mothers Need is a tin of the antiseptic Mecca Ointment It should be kept in: every house for immediate use'f.ffjr sorea, puts, open wounds and all skin diseases. Get it today and be aurG.it is Do not let them imitate or substitute an inferior article. Foster-Back Co., Limited Toronto Sold in 25c., S5c., 7oc. and SI.25 lize? bv J.'b. HIOINBOTHAM CO., LTD. JACKSON t CO. THE KENNY 4. ALLIN CO., LTD. WM. H. MCCAFFREY THE FRANK MEDLEY DRUQ CO. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD.' Church of Jesui Christ of Latter Day Saints 7th Ave. and St S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Belief 2 p.m. Vliltori Always Welcome Blthop W. Oreen, ziwl Avi, South. Phone DIRECT ROUTE GALJFlNIA The land of Sunshine, Fruit and Flowers Automobiling, golf, polo, tennis, and all manner of out-door sports and recreation are winter delights in California. Spend the coming months theWarm Winter Way "California" Fares, and other upon application to L. E. OMER i.F.tP.a. 509 Centre Street Calgary If you will be careful to use Ivory Soap, rinse in cold water and dry thor- oughly, you should have very little, if any, trouble even though you do spend much of the time out-doors. Ivory Soap because of its mild- ness, purity and high qualify cleahses'without irritation. The cold water closes the pores. The thorough drying re- moves the fine particles of moisture which otherwise roughen the skin. HELP THE IIEKAL1V8 GOODFELLOWK1 Fl'XD Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE'p.AI_LY, DECEMBER 1st TO 31st. TO TORONTO, .HAMILTON, ..LONDON, WINDSOR, OTTAWA- KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC. ST. JOHN, HALIFAX ANP Points in Eastern Canada Final Return-Limit THREE MONTHS from date of issue. To AtUntic Seaports .in .connection tickets via ail Steamship Lines to the OLD COUNTRY Final Return Limit FIVE' MONTHS Irom date of issue. .Also to St. Paul, ..Rapl'di, Chicago, Ceunoil Bluffs, Des Moines, Dodge, Kansas City and other United States Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of itsue. To Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Tickets oh Sale December 4th to 9th, 1916. January 8th to 13th and February 5th to 10th. 1917. Final Return Limit April 30th, 1917. For full information apply to any .Canadian Pacific Ticket Aaent, or write, DAWSON, Dlitriet Patsenger Agent, Calgary. Pcntecoital Mission Fifth Avi, N., Biptltt Church am, remembering the Lord's Evening, 7.30, pel meeting. I Bundty School. p.m., Prayer and the Word. PW, Special waiting upon Qnd (or the Baptism of the Holy Ohoet. A HEAHtY WELCOME TO ALL, Chriitian Church 10.30: Sunday' School followed Communloii Service, 6.30: Chrittlfn Endeavor. Everybody welcome. Royil Academy of Mnsfe of Mnsle UNBVN. ENCIANB. Uol li Mnte MMlC bBMlMlu 1MT Opie to the Pepli ei ell Twclm. of Moie. The AttMil in FntcUci! ted Theory wilt be held -laJUjr mi) 1917. An ttlon la Ttiwrj'onlr !M keld nth ippllotlon 111 be m.de ty October Mt An iihlMtlon UK offered elM a Gold And 3 Btlver'Mednlii. Syllabus, Muilc fortheexaiainationanttu lurtlcttim may be obtained on and Teachera wishing to enter their pupllH for cxaminttlona should with the Secrets ry a I once and keielkalcMiici placed en i ing rink this week and It' is expected .bly should and a will be kept on alt construction, hereafter, that skating will be possible within CHRISTMAS Low Round Trip Fares to Eastern Canada The Niagara Falls Route Tickets are on daily Dec. to 1916, inclusive; return limit 3 monthi. In addition to numerous trains to local Michigan Central Ciuiii- dian points, fast solid through trams provide unmatched xmea, Chicago to Toronto and Montreal, via tral R. R. and Canadian Pacific Ry. Low Round Trip to New York and Boston ickets to Trans-Atlantic potato via Stennahiii Lines. Niagara Falls The Michigan Central is the only railroad passing dfectiy the Falls, and all day trains stop five minutes at Falls View btatioa. Consumers Hardware Five Fast Trains Every Day Oilcan Arnv. Ncx-Yo.k Art. Apaly toyourlocai agent for tickets, or 'complete information apply to our Spokane Office 40S Columbia BuiWioz A. M. NYE, General Passenfer Depwtment ;