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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DKCEMUKK 19, 19M H E n A L n PAGE'FIVE A Christmas Present That" will last a liVctiauv A photograph is at a prized asset, and as a Christmas gift is most acceptable. If you watit photos for Christmas combat once, as ths time is very limited THE TISE STUDIO MAKERS OF FINE PORTRAITS 906 Third Ave.S. Alberta Announcement We are pleased to-inform you that our Company has been appointed an OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FOR THE JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE. Need we remind you that this is a local Company, having its headquarters In LetWbridge, and Its membership, which IB almost entirely composed of local men. Includes a number of lawyers, scattered through the various towns of Southern Alberta. It is a HOMB COMPANY, for home people, and whether you are, or are not, now, a member of it, you must recognize-that it is tW-your interest to assist in building up a financial enterprise, hav- ing its headquarters lu our own Province, rather thau one conduct- ing a simiJar business under an organization located in some East- ern Province. TVe solicit your co-operation with us, to.the extent of placing all Liquidations, Assignments, Administrations, and matters of that kind, with us, rather than with a "i'oreisn Company." The British Canadian Trust Co. CHURCH SERVICES IDLE FULY Make Your Will i The making ef his will is a duty no man should neglect or delay for any reason. Equally important is the selection of an efficient executor to carry out the-provisions of the wlii. Our Booklet on WILLS explains how you-proceed to this-vital-duty. Write for your copy. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE I Company Public Administrator and' Official Assignee for the Judicial of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank of Commerce Bldg., J, W. McNlcpl Inspector NEWS PROM HOME (Hamilton Spectator) Unqualified commendation is merit- ed by the "Ntfws from Home" move- ment, conducted under the auspices ot the Canadian branch of the League of the Empire, with -headquarters In To- ronto. The idea iii'brief Is that the, soldiers from Canada now serving abroad are likely to welcome anything in the nature, of a letter from home, giving the principal events of their town or district To meet this want, school 'buildren are set to work acii- sorine extracts from' local papers, are submitted to their teachers for approval, -and as many as are deemed of sufficient interest are then pasted'on raanUIa-paper o as to make about a dozen leaves of a 'book, the locality." name and date of the newspa- per being carefully inscribed to make each clipping fully Intelligible. Each school Tjoard.or school is independent in working out the details of tho plan. In tins exceptional 'war .time, every- one wants to do something for the comfort of the soldiers and the good of the Empire; here is something that even little, hand pan do, under intelli- gent which, so far-'as it has proceeded, lias already won the warm approbation.'of the men in camp for whose solace it Is intended. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE KIKST cuimcni OK CHIUBT SCIENTIST Hull Mock, Si'-TOitn street Service at eleven a. in. nesday evening testimony meeting, u. m. The reading room is open to everyone every thy from Wirce to live p. m. Bveryon: is cordially invited to ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S HOT. A. H. nosenthal. Kev. P. Mint- wogen assistant. Mass with instruo- nt 5.45 a.m. Second mnas 7.45 a. m. Children's ,ass 4 p. ro. Preaching atUr each service. The mission will close at the evening ser- vice which at. 7.30. Kuv. Father Nolan, O.M.I., and Hcv. Fa- ther O'Donncll, O.M.I., will spent. All welcome. CHRISTAUELPH1ANS CHKISTADEU'IIIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbt-lham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate Hie Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. in. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom o( God. Sub- ject, "The Bible meaning ot the pre- sent disturbed state of the by Mr. Sidney T. Batsiord. All seats free. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services art lielo at thr Citadel, iirn street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Hollneis meeting; 3 p.m., pralM mealing, and 7.30, Salvation Week nights: Monday, S p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday. p.m., Soldiers' meeting; 8 p.m., Salvation meeting. Citadel band in pttendance; Saturday. 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH DP JKSI'S CHRIST OF LATTER DAY Corner o! Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. W. Orecn, 1016 Second Ave. S. Phone 1193. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Corner Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter Sunday, Dec. 20. English com- munion at 11 a.m. Preparatory set- vice at 10.30. Luther League at 7.30. Sunday school at 2.30. Christmas Sunday school program Friday even- CHURCH Dec. 20. English service will be heiii at the parsonage 710 16th St. N., at 8 Rev. H. 'J. Eliing, pastor. Every- body is welcome. ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S Covnor of Eleventh street and Eighth avesue South; Rev. Canon rector. Sunday, December 20, Fourth Sunday in Advent: Holy Communion at 8.30 a.m.; Matins, with sermon, at 11 a.m.; Evensong, with sermon, at 7.30 p.m. Rev. Canon JlcMillen will both services. Sunday school and Bible classes at 3 p.m. ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Comer Second Ave. and Eighth St. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the eleven o'clock service OB the Sunday of the month. 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH-1UT. C. H. Popiam, rector. Holy Commtmioa 8 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. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and Eighth street: Rev. J. B. Pickel, -paster. Bible school nt 10.30 a.m. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 "FroiH-W Keeps Young And In Splindiil Health DIED OF WOUNDS son of former Premier Barthou died from wounds re- ceived at Thann. Although only 18 years old young Barthou volunteered during the first days of the war. He declined to accept au easy place on the Staff and requested to be sent to the firing line, where he won the high- est praise for courage from his chiefs. SPECIAL-For Your Table Mclntosh Red APPLES The Best-flavored Apple Procurable Be Sure and Secure a Box from Your Grocer Scott Fruit Co., Ltd. Sole Agents J. W. HAMMOND ESQ. SCOTLAND, ONT., Ang. IMS "Fruit-a-llves" are the only pill manufactured, to my way of thinking. They work completely, no griping whatever, and one is plenty for any ordinary person at a dose. My wife was a martyr to Constipition. We tried everything on the calendar without satisfaction, and spent large sums of money until we happened on "Fruit- I cantiot say too much in their favor. We have used them in the family for about two years and we would not use anything else as long as we can get Their action is mild, and no distress at all. I have recommended them to many other people, and our whole family uaes J. W. HAMMOND. Those who havebec-n cured by "Fnrit- a-tives" are proud and happy to teil a. sick or ailing frieud about these won- derful tablets made from fmit Juices 50c. a box, 6 for trial size 2nc. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. street, North CI1Y WILL NOT SELLBOiSAI At a meeting of Uiu city council torduy, the business left over from Saturday last disposed of. There not much of importance, and the tliuft was fully occupied with routine, so that the estimates were not consid- ered as had been the wish of the corn- mi SE toners. A letter from it. Matliews and coraapny ro bonds, WUH read and the city clerk ant homed to inform the company that although thr city had bonds-to the par value of it WRB tliought advisable not to market j them at this time. A motion following the reading of a! letter from D. Black of Metals. Urn- ited, in which Air. Black asheil that his name bo withdrawn from the Board of trade petition, owing to the fact that at. the'time he signed it, he had no authority from the company, asked that the letter be filed and the city clerk aulhorizert to inform Mr. Black that" the cornmigsioniTs appre- ciated his position. The mayor was instructed to re- quest the Dominion Securities Corpor- ation and the W. A. MacKenzie com- pany, to fulfil the terms of their lim- ited fiscal agreement and make tin- city a ibid on their bonds at once. If the city does not choose to accept their agents' bid, the council is at liberty to call for tenders in the usual way. The following official returns on the school elections as submitted by Re- turning Officer Steven, were aopted as follows: Total vote cast, Dav- idson 5S7, Scott McKllIop Hayr 248, Oxland 203, Oliver 156, Gil- moro 152, Love-ring 150, Peebles 140, Alford 66. Spoiled ballots 19, plump- ers 74. .Mr. Steven officially declared R. R. Davidson, John Scott and H A, McKlilop elected. SAFETY SERVICE COURTESY WINTJ3K SAILINGS St. .lobn to Liverpool S.S. SCANDINAVIAN ....Jan 22 3.S. HESPERIAN ........Jan 8 S.S. PRETORIAN .......Jan 1 S.S. PRETORIAN .......Fcb 5 St. John to London S.S. SICILIAN ..................'..............December 31 Reduced Kail effect, to Dei-ember 31. Excellent accom- modation available- in nil classes. For full information apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent. W. R. 'ALLAN, General Northwestern Agent WINNIPEG, MANITOBA school at 3 p. in. (iospi-1 preaching at j 7.30 p. m. Hible reading, Wednesday 7.15 p. m. GERMAN LOSSES hundredth cas- ualty list, containing only 24S4 addi- tions, .brings the total Prussian kill- ed, wounded and missing to In addition there are 74 Saxon, vr> Wurtemburg and 11S Bavarian lists. The tottil Prussian and Bavarian siialtiep hitherto published are ab- out Saxon and Wurtem- burK lists give an additional and heavy losses of 'the Bavarians led some Germans to describe them as food for British cannon. p.m. Special music. deavor at 6.30. Christian En- Number at Guam Nearly Equal to -American Guard TURKEY RENEGS -has complied with the demand of Italy by returnlng-the British Consul at Hodeida, Arabia, to the. nnnsulate, from which ho had been forcibly removed, and has made an explanation 'with.the promise of. punishing the guilty parties. Washington, D.C.-, Dec. ment of 22 officers and 355 enlisted men from the German cruiser Cormor- ant at Guam, the American posses- sion in the. Ladrone Archipelago, makes the foreign force there nearly equal numerically -to the American gua'rd, 'which, consists of about 400 marines. The question of the transfer of these men to a less remote quarter was suggested today, as facilities for caring for a large number at the Guam naval station are necessarily limited. It was pointed out that It would not be difficult to transport the Cormor- ant's officers and men to Hawaii and quarter them at Honolulu, with those from the German cruiser Geier, in- terned at that port. Three motor-ambulances have been offered by -Monlrealers to the field ambulance outfit of the third contin- gent. OF IDE'S In order that the move which is al- r home merchants by the farmers, and ready well under way, to bring about {the like treatment the farmers by a. closer relationship and a better merchants. It is likely that Mr. deratamiing between the tarmrs nt' Dunham will take up the ciuestion of the district and the business men of irrigation farming, with a view to the city, a huge, "rural-city" meeting showing'n-hat a distinct advantage the j lue n i FIRST BAPTIST 3rd is planned for the middle of Jan- VP inrt 9th St Preacher Rev by the Rural Relations commit- -i 11 n nV Sect of tee of the Lethbridge Board of Trade. l "NoSn llindav Socl Mr- s- s- Dunham, chairman of the i 730 nm BivM an ot the Christmas lie's Me I Men.' The main item of interest will alscussiml the H. Elmer Green, pastor. Christmas subjects II a.m., "First Advent of 7.30 p.m., "Second Advent of 3 p.m. Sunday school and.' Bible class. There will be" special mu- sic for the occasion at both services. Morning anthem, "I brin" tidings." Solo, ''The Birthday of a bv Mrs. Green. Evening an- them, "Christmas Praiss." Mr. Foza.rd. A. heart Christmas weir come to all who come. You are in. viled. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX Pastor, A. H. Dcnoon, B.D. Services to- morrow at 11 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Boys' department of Sunday school! at 2. Other departments and adult j Bible class at 3. Chinese 4. Full chorus choir at both services, j Everyone cordially iuvited. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Uel. J. B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting at 10 a.m. Morning service at 11 a. j m.. subject, "Why the whole gift oi! self." Special Christmas by; the S. scholars. Evening service at 7.30, p.m., subject, gifts to the King." Men's Own, 4 p.m. WESLEY O. H. Cuii'uledicli, pastor; residence, 320 Eleventh 404. 11 a. m. Children's toplfc, "Your Christmas Box." Sermon, "Help for Times ot Stress." 3 p.m. Bibfe school and can- tata-rehearsal. 7.30, p.m., "The ser- pent's sting and Moses" remedy." Morning anthem, "And the Handel: Evening "All We Like Handel; soprano solo, Miss Bessie Hazel, "Glory to Butt. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Hall, 5th Ave., North. Sunday at 11 a.m. Remembering the Lord's Death. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer, and Gospel meeting. Everybody 'welcome. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Tklrteiatk COFFEE Knows No Substitute And SEAL BRAND COFFEE Knows No Superior; CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. Hi .jroposeil Old Man river project will be to this city, and thp general value of this method of farming, so that the city folk may become educated to the assets that lie at their door. The social end of the scheme is not l.o be overlooked. Music will be supplied by the Excelsior and other choirs, and a general good time is as- sured. The committee in charge hopes to get one of the big men in the agricnl- j tural world here to speak, and Dr. I Rutherford'of the C.P.R. is the man in I mind, although he has not signified .jthat he will be able to attend such a 1 meeting. Jt is a well known fact that i his heart is in this sort of work, and -he never .speaks but what lie has some j new His manner of expressing I whatever hg has to say is too well known and too characteristic to need any. description. No date has set, but it. is prob- able that the event will take place about the-middle of .January. Fuller announcement will be made later on'. The Lethbridge Board of Trade has pioneered in the bringing of the farm- ers closer to the business men. The farmers in the immediate vicinity of the city, are all well known to every member of the Board-of Trade, and an actual'interest, in" his welfare ex-] ists. The farmer felt some trepidation in entering into these close relations at first, but that feeling dispersed long ago. The business men have gone farther .than any other com- mercial organiJiiilion; fin> the west to-" ward solving the difficulties that pre- sent. prairie farmer, and their work in connection with, the ''stocki on long terms i has probably been .the most practical stroke'.yet accomplished. There are I things in the sooner the farmers realize ,that it. is 1 for the'mutual benefit of all concern- jed to "get the better off will 'be, That is the 'attitude .of tjje men. behind'the counter, the ledger and' the 'other utensils of ern Ijusiijuss, toward the men behind the plow. Progress has been rapid land permanent and from this date !the business men aim'to make it more (extensive and more cemented. to Mr. Former to meet them halt they suy, s Gifts Every Smoker Will Appreciate There is nothing that will please n man better than a Box or Fine Flavored Cigars. hove them in boxes containing 1U, 25 and 50. recommend our own brand, The "EL ELITE" A Clear Havana 3 for 25e; '2 for 25c; 3 for 50c A good cigar for a refined lasto moderately priced. Then we have an attractive assortment of SCHAUM AND RACKS, TOBACCO JARS, ASH TRAYS, RUBBER AND LEATHER POUCHES, CIGAR CASES, CIGARETTE CASES, ETC. The ELITE CIGAR STORE BESIDE SHERMAN THEATRE. You can buy all the best English, American and Canadian Periodl- cals at our News Stand. The Best Bargain in Southern Alberta XMAS HAMPERS Of Choice WINES LIQUORS Hamper No. 1 Contains 1 BOTTLE SCOTCH (McKenzie'i) 1 BOTTLE BRANDY (Julet Coaden) 1 BOTTLE TOM GIN (Barclay's) 1 BOTTLE GINGER WINE (Bernard's) 1 BOT. NATIVE PORT (Bright A Co) 1 BOTTLE FINE OLD RYE. for Regular price No. 2 Contains 1 BOTTLE SCOTCH (Walker's Kilmarneck) 1 BOTTLE BRANDY (Otard Dupy) 1 BOTTLE SHERRY (Duff Gordon) 1 BOTTLE CHERRY WHISKEY (Van Der A.) 1 BOTTLE PORT (Santos Ramiro) 1 BOTTLE GINGER WINE 1 BOTTLE RYE (Corby's Spec, Selected) 1' BOTTLE TOM GIN (Barclay's) 1 BOTTLE RUM (Navy Reierve.) Bottles for Regular price of Herman Mayer SUCCESSOR TO J. E. REUTER. 120 5th St. P. O. Box 203. Phone 665. Mail Orders receive prompt attention. Order early for only a Hrnited number remains. AGAflfCLO WINE AND SPIRIT CO. Largest Importers in Southern Alberta; ,always on hand'a most c'omplete stock. Our goods are guaranteed to be of: absolute Purity and Genuine. Shipments made to all parts of" the country. C C. PAGNOELO WlKETsPIRIT CO. ;