Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACE TWO "THE LETHBRlbGE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915 MRS, DEWOLFE East Ship Harbour, N.S. fit is with great pleasure that I irrita to tell you of the wonderful benefit I have received from takiug dreadful inffercr from Caiulipalion cat Htzd- achfs, andlwas miserable in every way. in the way of medicines seemed to help me. Then I finally tried 'Fruits-tires' the effect wns splendid. After taking one box, I feel like a ntw person and I am deeply thankful to have relief from those Eickening Mrs. JIAKTHA DEWQLFE. the medicine made from fruit juices, has relieved more.sufferers from Headaches, Cansli- pulton. Stomach, Li--'fr, Kidney and Skin Troubles than any olker medicine. for trial si7.e, 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt qf price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, Message To LethbridgeBoys at Front The Idlowins Christians message to the Lothbridso and dislrlel bovs In the trenches has been forwarded by Mayor llardlo to the In- nlvlc Vree-KMs, wlilcli is Issuing a special Christmas number to bo sojnj to Hio. in the trenches: AND'! DISTRICT BOYS AT THE FRONT. lust a word to tell you how much we nil' appreciate what !I '.you lave donv, ore-doing, and .will do tor us, for Canada and for the all most heartilv love you for coining forward at tac-vary'nrst Ln rf kin- and Conntrf so that you wonlo-gst inter-the-frajr-ns-esrly as -Wbis fcfehd vour tho most critical time lor.'tho preser. Son of out liberties and tho protection ot o ir mothers, si-tars and boys, there is nothing too good for and when >on come Uome .wo nil. we slow ion that wo mean wortMre sav If snv of you should never come Come, whuh God forbid, if W sho'uld so ordain, your memon -nill bi, inshimed on oai neWi P roll of honor in sweet memon of the rallant lads who laid idown their lives that we might li-e on'ordering our Ihes in tho same 'old way according to the dictates of our own toutueuce Ths death of the gallant so'.dier the door to endless life the dawn bevond the nisht of the grave It ,s the str touched by Angel Mothers' fingers is she has gone before or the touch of future inecitnes If sue still remsins It is tbe perfume of heaven wafted bs celestial winds it is the llFht danclns on the river on whoso urow and b oom the tree of fife- H i' the hope of the resurrection that sunlocks the mat future, and Imprints a smile uoon the lips of daath sajs to sorrowing mothers, wives, sisters and us ..u weep not Shall rise help JM bring-you safely back to us again. Yours affectionately, on behalf of Lethbriclge and 'District, Is There a Santa Claus? Boystifihe 2Qth (From the New- York Sun of Sept. 21, We take pleasure in answering at-T Greetiags boy.sMn ace and thus prominently tlie com- 'trailing in 'England 'to Lethljridge JCHR1STMAS a. S. TSTiIttier) Sound over, all waters, reach out from all lands, Tho choras of voices, the clasping of hands; Sing hymns that wers sung by tho stars of the morn, Sing songs of the angels when Jesus was bore.. With glad jubilations Bring hope to the nations; The-.darit night is ending, and dawn: >has begnn; Rise, Hope of the ages, arise like the All speech floir to music, all hearts beat as one Sing the bridal "of with chorals .of lore, Stag lout the. war vulture, and- sing in the dove, Tillthe hearts. o( the people keep. time in accord, Aud .the voice of .the world is the .voice of the Lord; Clasp hands of the nations In strong sratulgtions; .Me dark night is ending, .and dawn has begun; Rise, Hose of. the. ages, arise like the t sun? All speech flow to music, nil hearts beabas one1 Blow, bugles, of 'battle, the marches of peace, East, westf north and south, let the long quarrel cease, Sing the aoog of great joy that the apgela began, Sing the "glory to God" and the "good will to Hark! joining in chorus The heatens bend The..dark; night, is ending, and dawn has begun: Rise, Hope of the ages, arise like the sun! All speech flow to music, aii hearts as one! !lts faithful author is-numbered among tnV'triendsof the Sun: I "Dear am S years old. ''some of my little friends say Santa Claus. Papa says 'If :you see it in the Sun it s s'bA Please-left'-me the trath, is there a Santa rvirginia O'Hanlan. 115 West .S5th Street Virginia, your little friends are .wrong. They have been affected by the scepticism of a sceptical age. [They do not believe except they see. Camp, Bug., ec: 24. 1915.' Mayor Hardie, Alta. "Twentieth wishes all Lethhridse cn'jpns Jlerrv Xmas and Happy New Vear." (Sgd.) To which tbe following reply was caKed: Lettlbridge, Dec. 24, 1915. (Major Alvin Ripley, 5tb ArtU'i-ry Brigade, Shorncliffe, sends greetings'; to-the They do not Delleve escent Tnev think that nothing can he which boys.1 is not comnrehensible bv their 'ittle mind All mmdt, Virginia, whether be metfs orchilHren'srare'llttle: n this' great universe of 'ours man is a mere insect, an ant, in his intellect, as compared with the boundless world about :him, ;as measured by the In- Twentieth Battery and all Lethbrldge telligence capable of gracing truth and knowledge. the (Sgd.) HAHDIB, GRADE, REID. PATRIOTIC FARMERS Red Deer, Dec. Red Deer Why "Anurfc" is an 1 INSURANCE Against Sudden Death. there ;a.- Santa -ia-us: .He exists as love and generosity aau devotion exist, and j on know that the> abound and give "to hie us highest beauty and iov Alas' how drearv would be world if there were no Santa Claus' It would be as dreary as if there-were no Virginias. There would be no chtldlikerfaith then, no poetry, no-romance to make tolerable this existence. We should have no enjoy- ment, except in sense and sight. The eternal light with which, childhood Mls-the world would be extinguished. Not believe in Claus! You might as well-not believe In the falr- might get your papa to hire "men to watch in all the chim- neys on Cnnstmas to catch Santa Uause, but even it thi.T did not seel Santa" Glaus "coming down, what' would .that-prove? Nobody sees Saar ta" buf. that' is no sign that there is BO Santa Claus. The most real things in. the -world are those that j neither children nor men can see. i Did you ever see fairies dancing on tthe lawn? Of course not, fcut that's i no proo" tljat they are not there. No- body can; conceive or imagine all the wonders.-are unseen and .unseeable in the" world. You tear apart the battle's rattle and see what makes the noise Inside, 1bui- there la a veil covering the un- reen world w.hich not the strongest .man, nor even the united strength of [a.l the strongest men that ever lived, j could tear apart Onlj faith, fancy, branch of the Patriotic Fund received a. donation of about three thousand five hundred dollars when 14 -prosper- ous farmers from the .Hill End dis- trict each..brought in a wagon load of oats.. Tbe grain was sold to the Farmers elevator here and the entire proceeds will be turned .over to the Patriotic Fund. .in Insurance Company will take a risk on your life tbe examining physiciic wUl test the urine and report, whether yon are a good risk When your kidneys get sluggish and clog, yoa from backache, sick-head- ache, spells, or the twinges and pains 01 lumoago, and goat. The nrine is often cloady, full of. sedimebt'J channels often get sore and sleep'-is disturbed two or three times'a night. This ia the time yon ehoutd consult some physician ot wide is Di Pierce ot the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo! y. Y. Send him 10 cents for sample package of his new discovery, "Annric." Write him jour symptoms send -ft sample of nnne for test. Experience bus taught Dr. Pierce that "Anuric" is most powerful agent in dissolving, uric -acid, as hot water melta sugar, being absolutely harmless--it is endowed with'other properties, for it the kidneys in a healthy condition by thoroughly cleaniing so many times more active than litbia, it clean the heart valves of any sandy substances winch mi) clos them and checks the degeneration ol the blood -lesseli, u as regulating blood preunre. is i regular insurance and lilt1 saver for all big meat eaters and those who deposit lime salts m their joints. Ask the draegist lot "Anonc" pot np by Dr. fierce, in 60-cent packages. STRENofiTiND BEAUTY Com with Dr. Vlerce's Golden MKdlcal Discovery. Tthit is a blood cleanser and alterative thtt gtarU tho liver and stom- ach Into vigorous action. It thus assist; tbe body to manufacture rich red blood which teedi the hurt, nerves, brain orftM at At toil. Thfl ami like rnnnln YcTM ctou, ftm and ittra ol Ulnt poetrv, love, romance, can push aside that curtaln'and- view and picture tbe supernatural 'beauty and glorv beyond. Is it-all real? Virginia; in all this world there :is nothing, else real and abiding i No :.Santa.Claus! Thank God! he forever. A thous- aiia now, Mrginia, Hay, ten times ten thousand years -from .now; he will1 continue, to make-glad H the. heart of childhood. kf. PEAL BRAND COFFEE Canada's Best In I and 2 pound cans. Whole ground pulverized also Fine Ground for Percolators. A PASTOR'S CHRISTMAS MESSAGE Exiled from my dear people of St. Patrick's .Parish, whom during .more 'than'six years I had learned to love and estee-m and, for welfare I uouid Have willingly sacrificed hea'ith and-liferl domot wish this Holy. Sea- son to pass" without giving" them my 'annual Christmas message. It is of lave.- When looking at the Babe of Bethlehem, wnt> waaj Uornl a Redeemer for all. meri of. gooj.wjli, of'raee or nationality, 1 have but one prayer on my.Hps: ,That In our lives; may Try the spirit of j fbrN'a'i char't> until the day when, standing before the tribunal of_ "The AH we stiill be asked, riot; as to the nation we were born in with-i out anv "fault nor merlt'of ours, but: as to the practise of the precept of Christian charity .that obliges us to love-one another as Christ loved us. A..H.1ROSBNTKAL, O.M.S. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 161 ni In on. iwxtt MISUNDERSTOOD you pigs' air! It's corn what makes me walk this Christmas Confectionery Frtsh from the Factory MOIR'S, LQWNEY'S, FRY'S, Fancy Boxea OUR HOT DRINKS ARE SUP- ERIOR The Empire Confectionery nth SI, Coaldalr Block (By Edward S. llartliv'-ln York Along with the Christmas treatment for- the healing, of the nations thoro scorns to so unconsclouhlilo .amount of surgery. It shocks tho sensibilities n good deal; shocks them all the along as one reads of it.ln history; has shocked them with especial violence f'jr tho last seventeen months. These Europe, which stlli pro- coeil sucli frantic ardor, do jot is', well with pence and good- will arid" i'ho other habitual Ingredi- ents of-our traditional, Christian ideal. Now it is ddil-aboui Ideals: They arc not sentiments written on.pap'cr.'Tltoy nre aspirations run in -the ,hlopd. They dlscovof tOry and Inipehav. lor. The traditional.Christian always reeked with peace, andi. tho actual Christians have, for the'most part, been active and successful fight- ers. Tho easiest way to account for that is to say that they did up to their. profession, but is not the whole story; for .there, have been "plenty of very .earnest fighters who have been very' acceptable'exam- ples of "Christian JVnat s.eems more likely-'iajhat" thfj pacific intention of Christian teaching-, has been pushed ahead of its, penetrating Insistence on Justice; oh iili'.is'tice. is "a 'rotten "jirtjileiand not Christian. The ehrlstiahV' fecace is founded on'-goodwlii seek peace'first'and at Is )i-s; another phase -pf nV. tho material benefits and trying to add to them the kingdom' of God.-But that is-nat-tlie Christian order, .'ot which favors the other way round; .making righteousness7 tuV fes. sential and .regarding..ali'thingSiielse as byproduct's. Of course, In tbe hungry of benefits hy mankind- the. .Christian Bor- der is Lari countries', kebp scrambling they can get. very little re'gHrdfuV'Vhe- ther they have already themselves of the" requisite. Careless" of :the kingdom; of God, they struggle'to'add to their own self-seeking, and build up great edi- fices of possession on foundatlbh'sthat crumble'under'" But -the Christian way Is the right makes for peace, and ,pn'y..as that prevails in the world will there ever be peace. The fighting that perpetual- ly breaks out Is the result of follow- ing the other method of first grabbing everything in with the adding order and benevolence leisure...; .i" That is what is at the bottom of" all the kinds of war ot mag- nate with magnate, .of .corporation with of workman -'with employer: of-'nation with nation. The peace prospects of world can be very simply stated. They depend :upon the prevailing attitude of the human mind toward properly and righteous- ness- Righteousness ifirsb-'meaus .good peace first, means lots more "tvars. If vou think, tbat out of its abundant experience mankind is getting to feel that, after, perty is only the tail, of the dog, then you must.be hopefulof w'orld peace, but if. you: think tbat i in spite; of oil that happens, and ail the saints, and a'tl the gun factories and all the print- _ er's Ink, mankind is still of the opin- I ion that property Is the dog and right- eousness merely the t3.il, of, your expectation of '.sVOrld' peace must be faiat. Everybody is -prone to dveKalue" iroperty; people do it, nations do it; lardly anyone is blameless'except a ew tramps .and; impractical pe'ople. But some people and some nations, are much Iwo'rse' about It than others. The ;reat quarrel that .the. rest ..of Chris- :endom has just, now Ger- mans is that-beypnd'aH oth.er people >'ho are bad" enough) put property .first and- planned to -have righteousness for the mere tall of their dog. Is It not enough to say that that was bad in the Germans; it is import, ant to notice how stupid it was..' The Germans, were fast getting possession, of the earth. Every good dog in En rspe, hot to speak of America, was fili- ng .up With German fleas and they wore all fattening. But 'deep, in the German mind was the sentiment that robbery is' not robbery when Ger- mans steal for Germany; deep.in the 3erman mind was the sentiment that to get by force is as good a way as any. So, having got by industry wbat was to be had, Germany felt that the :ime was ripe to supplement her gains by force. Then the war, and all" its de. tails. But as exposed, by the war, Ger- many is all for Germany. Not an-ounce of her battle: reaches for any other creature Under the sun but for the German, She has published her.creed first, Righteousness at We have all seen -the document sealed with blood-of Bel- glum. We have all accepted notice that Germanyl.Is for Germany, proper- ty first, and ail of us; who are not Germans admit that Germany on her present basis is ot all the nations the most powerful enemy of peace. Of course, the end of the war Is not yet, and we shall see what we shall see. But never war showed' clearer than this one what makes for wars on earth. Never war showed. clearer that there, will always bV wars as long as there are nations who put roperty before righteousness and arm back their choice. If Germany in this war It means wars to If-Germany's by uniting all the more clvllizeJ nations against her, 'eadi.to her defeat, It will be at least in Indication that Christendom in our day begins to appreciate that right- eousness must ilftriliqate property, and that through this ft'6tes of Justice runs the only road to peace. TAKES A COMMISSION Moose Jaw, Dec.' J, C: Carter of .Sask., has decided to take a commission In the 112th battalion, and win'assume hit duties after January j, W. J. MeCracken, a well known and popular photographer" of Mcaford, dead in tils place of businejK. PRESBYTERIAN Fourth avenue and Eighth strcot; Rev. A. H. Denoon, pas- tor; uinnse, 1210 Fourth avenue South; Phono -102. Services, tomorrow 11 a. nt "IJirth of Christ." 7.80 p.m. "Je- 'sus, the Christ." Ulg-Sisters'-class at 12.30; Big Brothers''and Hoys' de- partment of She Sunday school at 2 othfer lit" 3. .Chtnose .class at a. TRINITY CHURCH', Service will be held tomorrow after- 110011 at 3.30. Mr. A. M. McCloud will occupy tho .pulpit. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH 51r. A. will preach at both services. Sunday school ut ;2 and 3.IS p.m. Matthew's Pros- byteriatt church: Sabbath school. 11 a.m.; evening service at 7.30. T. H. Galbralth, pastor. ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner Eleventh street and Eighth avenue Rev. Canon W. V. Mc.Millen, Holy Communion. 11 a- ml Matins 3 p.-'ni. Sunday school and Bible classes. 7.30 p.m. Even- song. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH, Corner Second avenue and Eight b street; Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, Coinhlllriion, every Sunday, at .8 a.m., and' on first Suuday of the month at 11 a.m. Matins, nt 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S of 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion every Sunday morning at t! a. m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 a.; and on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and -1th 3? 11 a.m! Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at 7.30. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 118 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the' Lord's .Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 3 p.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Biblo reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Ave: 'North Baptist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, .remembering the Lord's- death. Sunday evening 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Qospel meeting. Thursday at 8 p m., special God lor ther'baptism'of the Hoiv Ghost. A heattyj Welcome 'to. -all, r SALVATION ARMY Services are .held at tho Citadel, Fifth street, as follows Sunday. 11 IToliness.- meeting; 3 p. m., and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights Monday, 8 p. hi public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' meet- ing; Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in, Saturday, 8 p.'m. free and easy.meet- 'g' METHODIST1 Fourth avenue and Eleventh street; Rev. G. "K. Cob- bledick, pastor; parsonage, 320 Elev- enth street; phone -104. Christmas Sunday, 11 a. m. "The Birth ot Christ." 3 p. m., Bible school and Adult classes. 7.30 p.m., ".Christmas 1015." Special Christmas music at hoth serviMs, as in music'Column. J. B. Fran- cis, pastor. 10 a.m.' Children's'1, class mooting. 11 a.m. Regular Christmas service, Rev. J. W. Bruce, ol Noble- ford, will be the speaker. 2.45 Sun- day school and Bible classes. Adult Bible class and Chinese class meeting in the parsonage. 4 p. m. Men's Own. 7.30 p. -m., "While Gifts to the service. Presentations oi Rifts will be mads by the Cradle Roll, Primary, Intermediate, Senior and I Adult.''departments of the- Sunday school. Address: "Summary orgifts. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN' 3rd Ave. and 8th St. Sunday school at 1030 a m lollowcd by preaching hj the Rev. T. formerly, of Cali- fornia: Communion at close of preach- ing service Preaching at 7 30 n m hv Ttev. Mr. Regan. -Everybodywel- come. BAPTIST FIRST- BAPTIST Dr-Ross, pastor. Services at 11- a m aid 7 30 p m Noon, t! e Biblo school and adult class. Christmas ad- dress, "The- Past CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRIST.ADELPHIANS-Meet in the Higinbotbain Block. En- trance 5th St and 2nd Uo south 8 p. nr. Bible Class. Sundavs nt 3 n.' m. t'o commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. hi. to proclaim the glad tjtlmgs ot ,Hie Kingdom ot God. "Peace on Earth. When And -who will- rajoy if" All scats tree No collection LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth avenue and Fifteenth street C. Grant, school at 3 p.m. There; will be no Vmorning service. Evening service at ROMAN 'CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue, and'Tenth street. Rev. Fatbr er Roscnthal, pastor Kev. ft. .Min- wegin, assistant. Children's Mass at 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7.30. Sermons at, each service. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS-rC'orner of Seventh'avenue and twelfth 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 ji.m., sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Geo, W. Green, 1016 Second avenue, South.-''Phone, "1493. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 'WIST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCI- ENTIST. .Seventh St; Sunday service 11 a.t.v. Wcdnesdaj- evening testimony Meeting at 8 p.m. Keadlnc room open to-ftveryone from 9 p. m, fhc Orlitlnal ami Gcnulni; WORCESTERSHIKET'W.V: CHRISTMAS MUSIC IN !THE LETHBRIDGE CHUklCHES St. Aunustln'i Anglican Church Processional Hymn "Christians Awake, Salute tile Happy Horn." Sweetly Carol." Cnme Upon a .Mid- night the Herald Angels Sing." Come All Yo Faithful." Choral Communion Set "'lly'mn "While Shepherds Wntch Their Flocks by Night." Te Deuin and Vonite Anglican Chants. R. T. Brymuer, choirmaster. St. .Patrick's Roman Catholic The music rendered on Christmas in St. Patrick's church will lie as fol- lows Christmas Holy bv D. Adam. by M. Hallcr. AAdis'tE Ftdeles.'J by' Novcllo. by W. R. Herfertit V' W Wesley. Methodist Church- .Winter s I. Daw- Solo -T- "In the, Kield ,AVith Their Floc'cs H. H. Johnson. i Anthem "Love g Came Down at Lord's Prayer, Sevenfold Amen, Evening music Anthem of Peace, I Ant! em "On Christmas Thou Thai Good Tidings-to jits. 11. H. 'ilphnsonj i Antht'm: ''.The. First Anthem "Sleep, Holy During Collection "The Pastoral Lord's; Pray- er, Vrsper "Lord Keep Us Safe This Claude .Hughes, choirmaster. Knox Presbyterian Church Morning Pro l.lt "Christinas Offertory Postlude, Folk Song. 0 Sing'Tliis BlessJ ed Child (Chail- Evening -Preliule "Marcn-of the Magi. Postlude, "Christmas (Lem- "O Holy "Sing, 0 li. F. Layton, organist and choir- master. WeBtminster Metho'dist' !Church Sunday. Gift's toe the Kine." With Gladness ol Old.'" Shining Star." Hymn-" Joy, to the World." Piano Chimes. Christ Precious'Story.'1 Came Three Kings." in the the Herald Angela Sing." Postlude. A Christmas Garland There'once'.was a Maiden, who, all would allow, Was otherwise "blameless offolly, That couldn't lell holly from mistletoe-bough Or mistletoe-berry from holly! There once was a'Garland with ben-jus like pearls (It mighl have heen wise to ignore The Maiden, who needed a wreath 'for her curls, Believed it was .wore it. There once was a.Youth, unaccustomed lo look For foolish and formal excuses; And still, having studied his botany book, He knew all the plants and their uses. There once was a nook on a shadowy stair; And Maiden, and Garland of Glory, And youth' weie all picsent, but I -wasn't there So how can I fimsh the Aithur Guilciman, in "Life" PRIVATE TO COLONEL IN ELEVEN MONTHS London. Dec. most rapidly promoted man in the British army Is Lieutenant (Jolonel F Austin of the 17th' Reserve: Battalion- -of' the Cheshire regiment, who enlisted as a prlwite in fiat regiment on August Q0 1JI4 He enusted as a rtranger with onls militia experience jaehind him, 'and rose riipidly .through'- tho non-commissioned ranks to a commis- slon, and then from- quartermaster to adjutant, company commander and battalion adjutant, with the! .result that at the end of-eleven months ho was commanding a regiment. Little- XAIDEN CANADA, Serve plenty- wholesome.