Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX T1IK LETHBR1DGE DAlLt HERALD SATURDAY, PSCliMBEH Christmas Services in Tke City iGhurclies .h Special Christmas Sermons and Music will be Heord in Our Churches Tomorrow an J on CKris'trtias Day Recto a. nl. Sunday School and St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tn Street and 9th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllcn, B A., nW Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy 3rd Sun- days at S.30; 2nd and 4th Sundays special Christmas can-1 Sundays at 4 p.m. taia is being rendered. The services Knpx Church Corner 4th Ave! and 8th Street S. Rev. C.lpt. A. H. Dencon. Rev. W. F. Burr.s, Acting Pastor. Special Christmas i-jusle will be provided by (lie ohoir under direction uf Krnest 'l.ayton, urgimist. at Kiiox tomorrow. In tlie morning special. n'inhere will be rendered. in Child of Iloyal Birth.' Menedictlon. "Holy -Night! Peaceful Mrs. Johnston. Poslludo. "March lio- maino." CJounod. Claude Hughes, Musical Director. follows: Ik-sulur services 11 a.m. aud I.M P m. 10 n.m.: Boys Department. 1L.30 a.m.: Dig Sisters and iitf Broth- ers. 8.dii p.m.: Other Departments ot bur.- day School i p.m.: Chinese Class. Christmas Music Morning Anthem, for soprano solo, Bunrano Snd contralto duet, obl.gato, ladies' chorus and full choir, mas, i U.IIUI ua Shellev; -Mrs. Layton and Mist cai-vipfv Slmm. Evening Musical Service: Cantata "Tlie Coming of tlio Dudley Buck. 1. Noel, Prc.udo for Ormiu. 2. Prophesy, .soprano solo. Advent, chorilB. 4, The Aun.mctatiou. Hlto solo. 4b. Tenor Solo. 5, Across tlie Desert, male chorus. The Caravan of be held as Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledlck, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 Special ticuiar Interest are Westminster Church Rev. J. 8. Francis. Pastor Hogular services follows: 10 am.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 a in Children's Service. Illustrat- ed address topic. "The Mistletoe of and the Light of the Bethlehem I the follows: 11 a.m.: Children's Christmas Story. Sermon, "The Star and th.e Man- 3 Bible School and Adult Classes n First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Rev. C. Baker, Pallor ,.......___ The Pause in the ContSlct, 7.30 p.m.; Christmas Service of bonR Qr thc at tne Manger." by ihe Choir, assisted by Miss I ,M pm. Made Flesh." Vema Hambly. soloist of Grace nt 12 a.m. ('hiii'i.-h, Calgary. Address, "The Tne' cllrist story still holds its Christmas Vision.'' supremo place in tho hearts of child- iMusic: .Morning. Prelude, "Largo, ren mml alikei aespite all other Handel. Doxology and Invocation, i .jtteujptj to dlsentlirone It. The Christ jjnut. i t> ane. oxo attempt, to senrone Magic. 0, The Plains of Bethlehem, Hymn m ..Mortais Awake With sm in Jt3 absolute discordance is the female chorus, tenor so o. full join." Prayer: Adoration, Con- yet sung in the human ear, 7, The Departure of the bli.pneras, supplication." Chorus: "See degplte aji other attempted harmon- i _ -__.! i-.nn.-nnn cnlrt ITinlP CnQrUB. i i__.l_ n __ r ___, bais anil soprano solo, male chorus. C'ougregaUou and full choir. Christ- ians Awake. 8, The Virgin's Lullaby, alto solo S. The Questioning of the Ma-i bass solo, male chorus ami chorus ot women. 10, The Adoration. Eoprano solo and male chorus. 11. Adeste Pideles. female voices, male voices and full choir and congrega- tion Soloists: Sirs. Ernest F. Layton. Jliss Alice Siram, Messrs. Rose and Geo. B. Fleming. Ernest P. Laytoa, organist and conductor. Boobs of words will be supplied the congregation. St. Andrew's Church Mr. Mclntosh, of Calgary, Manse 707 13m oi.eiJi Kegular 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 Lellie Logue Boyd, B.A.. Minister. 2.30 p.m.: Sabbath School. 7.30 p.m.: Church Service. Amid the Winter's Goss. (Solo, Mrs. H. H. Johnston.) Scrip- ture, llatt. 2; 1-11. Hymn 142, "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing." Sermon "The Star and the Rev. G. H. Cobbledick. Solo, "The' Angel of Dressier; Mrs. Glaudo'Hughes. Otfertory, "Song Without No. 4. Mendelssohn. Chorus, "On 'Christmas McKenzie. Hymn 144. "Come Thou Long Expected Jesus." PoHtluie. Christmas Service of Song. 7.30 p.m. Prelude. Andante in C, Beetho- ven: Anthem. "Sing We Merrily." Stubbs. Invocation. Hymn 143, "Hark! What Mean Those Holy Voices." Prayer, Thanksgiving and Intercess- -on. Solo. Thou That Tellest Good Tidings." Handel's -Messiah; Mrs. H. H. Johuson. Scripture, Luke Anthem "In Sorrow and in Bridge. Hymn 145, "Angels .uui the ixeaims of (-lory." Address, The Christmas Q. H. Oohbledick. Solo, "Star of Bethle- hem." Miss Verna Hamly, Calgary. 3ffertory "Song Without Words, No. Mendelssohn. Anthem, "Sleep Holy DySes. Hymn 148, "To Us a Jilt. ies. The Christ spirit alone is fit and adequate to rule the world despite all essential human policies. Tho government must yet bo upon His shoulders while His name still remains wonderful. Come and review the story with us. We have nothing better to offer. Midweek Services, Wednesday, S p.m. Choir Practics, Friday, S p.m. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St S. A special Christmas program is bo- ing given at tlie morning services, when there will be Christmas music, raid Christmas addresses. The pro- gram will be as follows: Singing, "Far, Far Away on Judenn'a etc. Invocation, Patriarch Smith. Sing- ing, "A Stranger Star O'er Bethle- etc. Christmas Greeting, Bish- op Green. Sunday School and Christr mas, Superintendent Green. Singing, "Jesus Wants Me for a Kindergarten. Recitation. Anna Ost- lund. Mary, the Mother of Jesus, Lu- cille Hardy. Magnificat, Luke i; 46-55, CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES ..At St Augustins: At T and S Celebration.of Holy Communion; at..be high mass. The midnight mass will Celebration of Holy Communion; at il a.m., Matins and Communion. At St. Cyprian's: At 7 and 8.30 a.m., Celebration of Holy Communion; at 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer and Commun- ion. At St. Mary's: At 7 and am, 11 a.m.. Choral Communion and Ser- mon. .Ai...St...Patrick's: Midnight mass ChfMtSlas eve. Orchestra in attend- ance Every hour from a.m. to li masses! wllt.be said. At 11 there will be repeated. At Pentecostal Church: A service of Praise will be held in the Pente costal; Church, stir Are. N., on Christ- mas mpraing at 11 Everyone is' invited to attend this sen-ice. "VTO matter how careful you may be in washing sweaters and other knit goods, ordinary laundry soap never leaves them as soft and pretty as when new. To keep them in perfect condition, wash with Ivory Spap. Because of its freedom from alkali and all harmful materials, Ivory is as easy on these garments as your own careful handling. It cleans them but- their texture remains the same. Here are some timely hints on washing knit goods: If very loosely woven put them into a pillow case or cheese cloth bag so they will not be stretched. If no bag is used, slip a towel under them to remove them from the suds. Throw the sleeves of sweater over the back of a chair while the body lies on the seat. Use lukewarm water and Ivory Soap Paste.- (See directions inside wrapper.) Do not rub soap on the-garment or the garment on the board. IVORY SOAP 5C Primary Class. The'Baby Joaus, Sister .lime Smith. InstfymenWl Music, Ella Harris and Eulhlij, (IreOil. The Wise Men, Elder 0. Urseiibaoh. Roelta- tlon. Gladys Orooii. Class Exercise, Kindergarten. Concert Recitation, Luke 2, 8-13, Theological Class. Beth- lehem. (Timo ot 11. OKtlmid. Instruraentnl Music, Viva Blton. Dis- tribution of Christmas Cards, Superin- tendency. Solo. Ursula Elton. Rocita- tlon. Kathleen Gordon, singing, "Oh! It is etc. Benediction, Elder H. J. Gordon. Sncrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief '3 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Blsnop Geo. W, Greon, 1016 2nd Ave. South. .Phone 1493 SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 6th St, a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week 8 p.m.. Pub- lic Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band In attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easj meeting. Everybody Welcome First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th' Street 3, Sundsy- Service at .11 a.m. Wednesday EvenlnS, Testimony most- ing at 8 p.m. READING.ROOM OPEN TO ALL. BELIEVERS, Burgmon's Mali, IIS 13th St. North. 13ollcjvers assemble on tUo Lord's Day tor the Creaking of .Oread at a.m, Sunday Scnool at 3 p.m, Gospel Pronchlng at 7.30 p.m, Bible Reading, Wednesday, 7.48 p.m. CHRISTADELPH1ANS Meet in tho Moose Hall, Hlglnbothttm Block, Entrance, 5th St. and 2nd Avenua South Wednesdays: 8 p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 3p.m., to commemorate the Lord's Death aiid at.7.30 p.m., to pro- claim the glad tidings of the King- dom of God. Subject: ''The first and Se'cond Ad- vent of the Messiah, What They -Mean to the Death-Stricken Race." All Seats Free No Collection PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Aye. N., Baptist Church am., remembering the Lord's Death. Evening, 7.30, Gps- pal, meeting. 3. pirn.: Sunday School. p.m., Prayer and the Word. p.m., Spaciat waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy GhpVst. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL Christian Church 10.30: Sunday School followed Communion Service. by Christian Endeavor. Everybody welcome. IN FEEDER BEIT Nobleford Man Has Unpleasant Might Havejfiien Serious (From Our Own. Corresponuant) Nobleford, Dec very success- ful Christmas eritertaliment was held In the Noble schpolhouso last even- ing under the auspices of the Sunday, school here. Rev. W. C. Marsh was the chairman aad: -Miss El F. Cole- man teacher of thbe ployed and the -domestic science de partment will be opened for sewing and cooking As time goes on (iiffoi ent qf agricultural education will be dealt with and, solutions A course is .be- ing provided for farmers Mi poultry exnert of the department of agriculture will .deliver the first of these in the jear Others announced later Some of the lines suggested are A short courses in special linei; during the nintei moiths niglit classes In special sub jects QIC the past two years ongagPd for next iear MOTHER OF .A TRUE HERO RECEIVES VICTORIA CROSS Travels to 'Buckingham Palace That the King May Present It An old lady of 75, wild lives at St 4Ibans has beel invited to Bucking ham Palace there to receive from tho hands of the King a Victoria Cross awarded posthumous, lv to her gallant soldier son; 1'iivate Edwin 1st Bed fordshire lost 'his life at l 50 in ira> of. last jear He had Grade Emdo, Hilda R6- 'Lydia Rogers, Aubyn Honeysett, Thorn, Edith Rogers chie-Mitchell Suggitl, Ar- Samuel Donaldson, Ed- besu visiting for two or tnree vln Baldwln Emde Fddic weeks Oeitrude Ploneysett Vina The following is the standing of the_____ Ra> Max pupils In tho Bchool for the autumn Grade jx -Margaret Perry form Miss Smiths room Grade I Vistula Norton Dorothy Hyde, Sam Plortkoweky, Luet'ta Gam- mack, George Bkeloff, John Pjortkow 8ky, Joe' Baldwin .Grade. gttl, Wllma Poirtkow- aky, PeUetier, Mike Piortkow sky. .Grade ni.-T-Isabella Baldwin, den Ekeloff, Bornice Showors, Oenleve Jlobt Doris Flla- tora, Chas Peflersaii, Burton Chute, Lucy Pelletier Grade Alex Poiit kowsky, Grade Rogers, John While- ly, Julia Peters, Herbert Rdgers, Carl DonaWon Cliude Shrumm Mr (loutd a room Graflt VI jVTItdicll B-ildivm Allui Don vel, rendered bVilliant service during" the fighting uiil the official leeord of 1HH actlbn 'itatc'j that, after a trench had been lost by our troons r enteied the- it aione m ordei to .emj talciiig the position He then came back it is said hich but held until the enemy's aiid broUgljt men, b> whi iiiriti he virtually exhautfied the trench attack ceased This van gallant qoldier the official very shortly afterwards from the effects of gas poisoning His last 'They have done foi me the cowards' FIVE- MILES OF SAUSAGE Chicago, Dec. A'940.4HW fire ed the plant Beig and aftiuafe minufnc turers apploximately five dniles of sausages were consumed MAGIC KING POWDER.