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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 26. 1914 TH'E LETHBPID6E DAILY r-jaGEWT) SOLID CHOCOLATE MAKE BUDS For bites between meals there is nothing equal to Maple Buds7--all the.good-. ness of the Indies seems and prisoned in these pure, velvet- smooth bits of solid choco- they're so whole- some and nourishing too. close aud membered WitH Santa on His Leth- bridge Itinerary FROM FRONT PAGE. 'in thu city. .Twenty-eight sat down to dinner. 1 The wives and families of the re- front Were :iyei] iiilian care of by the epeyiiil committee of the DauBhtcra of the. Empire Appointed fo'r the pur- pose. Eiacirivas sent a Chriatmaa box or.aonJo rqmembrauce. -fdml'iieg. were supplied with pork by H. K illehach, who gayo 70 pounds ol fresh meat, to be Ujstrlbnt- needed. Services at the Churches The Anglican churches all held Chrlstnms seryic.cs, and ill attended. fully aecqrated, and special was rendered. At the midnight mass at St.1 Patrlblt'a Church thnro was not an inch of etnndiag room left ivlien the j -QI-I I a finmmnnftcta ntiA it Mm ntllPr IQUQeO was fittingly re- A ChrlstmaH programma was the or- der at the Church of Jesus "Christ of Latter Day- Saints last night.- it was opened with the ainging of !'A Strang- er Star of followed-by the invocation hy ISlder Chaa. McCarty. The following programmo was The following programme was render- instrumental 'selection, Miss Viva El- .recitation. Gladys ad- dross of welcome 13'EliQp Green Scot tish cong and dance, Ursula Elton Christmas D. ;H. EVton-; in- strumental, Emma Green. The edvent of.Saota waa accompanied by'thu giv itig qf gifts to oi'ery boy and girl. Tho hoys were-glvoti "Itlltle" sofdiers; and the girls mluiature lied CtoaS nurses The older children presented nith testaniohtg The far away on Jiidea'B and thL 11 j benediction by Eider H Ostlund etl a very Dloasant evening At 3t: Paiil'a ohurcb.--1 recitations EpngB featured.the'ChrlBtmss which waa' largely at- TALAAT BEY Who has succeeded Enver Patha al War minister of Turkey louteouB measure of- refreshment given tho Imperial Daughters-'pi iMr. WiJUani ftpm Europe, gave a'most gra- fitiic inilructivB address'oh the jreicnt war As Mr. Mitlord iaa been netf tha'actual'scenea of act- vlty, his 'words were'! realism not gained through the con: sumption of daily literature. Mr. G. R. Alarnoch, of tlio" BoarclVpf Trade, spoke for a few minutes, giving a-very- timely sketch lay.before the men intnuding to take. part in the mighty Etniegle in He wpl-- and CHURCH SERVICES pHRISTjAN SCIENCE Finst CHURCH' OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Dloclt, Seventh street.. cloven a. m.Wed- nesday evening testimony 8 p.' m. The reading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p. m. Everyone Is corilially invited to ROMAN.. CATHOLIC 'ST. PATRICK'S A. H.' pastor; Rov. P. Mini- wcgen, assistant! Mass with instruc- tion at 5.45 a.m. Second mass 1.45 a.'ui. ClilltjieiiV'iiitini a.m. I'rcacli- iflK alter each "scrricc. High mass ab 1-i o'clock. Nuesscns will preach. Solemn ssi'vicc in the evening. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIAN8 Meet in the Moose Higinlic-thara Block, fihtrancc 5th street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim Hie glai tidings of the Kingdom of God. Hub ject, "Peace on Earth, When Ani Who Will Enjoy It by Mr. Sidney T. "Bftsford. All seats free. No coi lection. Services are beta ti thn Cltadtl JTlfta itretjU. JIB .follows-. Sunday, 11 3 p.m., p'railt meeting, and Salvationmeellnl, Week iilKhui. Monday, I p.m., public pectlnk, lefl br' sinters; Wednesday p.rp., Soldiers' electing: ToursdiJ, I' p.m.; Salvation meeting, Citadel band in- Saturday, S p.m., free and iDeeLlnK. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHRIST OF BATTER Corner corned, the men. to Lethbridp, w.... bade them God-speed on j-hofr; -great geVcnth Ave 10-30 MiBHlon'.' Sunday 'sclmol 2.'p.m." sacra Air. Frank Waddington meeting Visitors always wcl- Pleasing mamier with a number; Q, GCU. Green, 101G R 'VlinUn 1-193. of iveH: chosen 'eongs., Mrrli. Lr.-A-B-i quJtli, ivho has wpni the uniform for j EQ me dozen years, gave two approprir ite recitations from Conan Ijpyl.e., He j was heartily applauded. j. Hardie leEt the pleasant 'of 1 lome to come and greet -the boys. His presence 'Was gre.itTy ap'pre-' ciai'ed end liis words bG'.'rcineta- bered by those who'heard.; Avii." S. 'Vlione 1493. LUTHERAN PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERA> Sixth AT? and Fi'fteLiHh St. REV. C. Grant, minis- ier. Sunday, Deix 27. English service al; 11'. 'German Christmas ser- Viccs in the evening at 7.30. Scandi- navian Christmas on Tucsilav evening. Durlnij tbe arLernboh Luther League "at 7.3 af the Jjirinlre aet a .table'.] g SO 30. Sunday sclioo' sen I e commenced aud al tbe other services attended, .The .was. decorated and" a now :_Chi'Istraa9 iit, was usqdt St. Cyprian's tho great number -who attended both tho 630 a.m.-service and .tlie 11 fi.m there were over- members ol the Church who partook cf Holy Communion, and :at the.latter' ayer ChrlsLmas .muslc'waa' admirably-ren1 derecl 'by a large choir, .aud Rev. Canon sermon was an appropriate jnd message to Jils people. One of the'pleasing features of the ieryices at St. Cyprian's :waa'the at- tendance of a number of soldiers ID UQI form at both services Indeed many.of. the Battery boys regard St. church, from'the fact that Canon -McMillan tiolda a cap taiDcy'in ihe-25th Battery. C.P.A.. and nay therefore bo regarded a0 tbe sojdlor s parbon Santa .on the'Job of the churches held their in eplte of the .iddement the auditorium for of he men; Good things! -A large Christnlas cake adorned thq centre of he table, rosy apples, pies, akes, BandwicJies, :and or evory man there was a, brand nnil ittiat lend itself to Christmna. was there', and ;fo the extent of enough for '-'JtJs unnecessary to say that 50 JJusUy m'p.n enjgyed to the uttermost the'pleasiirit tnirigs preparad for them ey ery felloiV' had "a pipe In I a mouth., a in one af piece" of pie or f ake In the. oLhsr and an applp protruding his per- 20 Tho Salyatipn Army also held their f Chilstmas entei talnment_laBt njght ind it lias a huge success A gif Christmas.entertainments last night, the Miasea Marlprle Roaaine Hardy, were on. the programme, Mrs. SJarJrs. Alra. II DawBon Mri Hoptoad and Mrs Tul loch were in chaige of the arrange raente In accordance with-the old Christ- mas custom in England, .thersajvatloh Army on Cbrigtraas eve the old carols miulc added greatly to thtf Abpuphera of fcood cheer abrvrnd on nlftf btfon Thf band WM to retlrfl owlnr (o (ha fTeMfnc tip of iDitrumenti Tie army Joyce 0 on refreshments spired r At tho( Y 1 Probably oue of the Christmas occaslpns. waq enter ..__. _ ___ _ tainment the St Andrew a Santa CUug nag M C A In was de- much in evidence and a suitable pro- voted to mal iqg the bqys of toe Bat vfas rendered Jt consJeted gf'a prdrHls, including a scarf young.'women .of the Blhld a-Maypole drill by the lit- tle girls TJiere wa_ In addition nuraljfer of recitations and dialogues on the scene al tha terj feel that Christmas could he en. joyed even though one -was miles iwpy from home. About fifty men respolid- ed (o the inv'ltatron to spend a pleas cpbippsed .of-, news from the front songs recitations gieet ings from the city officials 'and a Wives Sometimes Object To Life Assurance' Widows Never Da Mafiy a man has failed to insure because of his wife's noble but misguided scruples She didn't want even to think of her husband being taken from her The thought of money forcing itself Into such a tragedy filled her with horror Such a woman overlooks the awful pllfht )eft destitute It i a huiband'i duty M family from want and Buffering wife vho opposes bet hUabAtiiJ tk ifa dulyuiinfau-tohim A few dollar, each year in an Imoenftl Income Policy vylll secure tho payment of a J-ngulSJ1, monthly income to a man 9 family after he cone We hare an interesting booklet which iilli all abput it, apd will lend a free copy (o tor Bub or wamu TV Write for yov copy THE IMPERIAL JJFE Auurance Company of Canada" HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. District Ruaftr, letUnfo x EciilffraUou ot enjoymept' i cloBs c-f the evening a pleas ure the men eiproasQil thelf tipprcla tlon of the kindness of the men whp had spoken sod t> ns lo tliqiy and the Daughters of the Empire for. their good thlnga with three hearty cheers of approval Prpyincia Gives morning would when the whole matter) tsten into consideration _ _ _____ MEN W OITIHS WITHQUT WORK The dlfflcviltln according to til deputation, with the tlon o( work on the railways mtny men would come into, the tteit would' have .to he looked, aftet: Hon Chas Stewart pointed qvt that during the harvest n it had been practically the farmers, to secure the help "they ro- at n reasonable lad the men who are now applying For availed themsel fsf of SALVATION ARMY rLUTHtiHAN CHURCH Dec LnJish service vill be held _t mi 710 IBth N it a p m H J Llhng Uv crj ANGLICAN CYPRIAN'S of Eleventh Btreet, and Eighth avesue South Rev Canon McMIJlen rectoi Sunday Dscamber 2f SlaiLna and Holj Commumogj with se-pion a-t 11 am Dvensong, ftith Bermon at 730 D m Rev Cancn 'McSlillen "Will preach at both serviced, Sundaj school and Bible classes at 30 p m ST 3 LHURCH Ccrner Second ;Ave. and Eighth St. Rev jofrrel rfuht recto- Matins 11 m Holv CommunloB a? cry Sunday morning at 8 a m and rt the eleven o clock SCLVICB on tht first Sunday ol the month EvenioDj f SO p n) school 10 a ni ST MARY C H Popliani rector Holy Communion a m and Choral Eucharist on the irit Sunday of the rnpnth at eleven ifclock 'Matins 11 a m Sun- day school 3 p ra Evensong 7 30 p CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHl.RCH.-Jli: Car in in son will address the congregation the mornins and MF Tf the evening Sunday achool at 10 30 aih m BAPTIST fFIRST BAPTIST 3rd 'Ave. "and 3th Rev. Da- Ross Victoria Mansions phone 18UO. 11. a.m. Cliristmas service. .7.30 m The passing ot the Old the cominc; 01 thu New1 Monday pvening S Qhnstmas nn-e t Wishing Box u and other inter "Button, Button; Who Makes the Ordinarily, a button is looked upon as an article of minor importance. But sometimes a great deal depends upon just one button. Its importance is not fully realized until it has been lost Canada spends about a million and a quarter dollars every year for just buttons. Andr--more than two-thirds of' these buttons are '-.timpprted, more than is sent to foreign countries which could just as well be kept here. If these buttons were produced in Canada, fourteen factories, employing over nine hundred Canadians, would -be kept busy to turn them out. There is ao reaaoa why these buttons can't be Made in jurt M well as anywhere else; in fact, some worth are etery other worth will be, if you will only "play the game" 19. Say "Made in by U. S. Cruiser to Shell Turks CONTINUED' FROM FRONT PAGE and scouts crawling uvr them at night. Revolution In Albania A violent revolution tisis brohcil out In 'AHiSnla agilhst Essad Paslin, Turkey eatablisbed n.a ruler there when the- Ottoman governmen into" tjie -European war. Ks sad s palace at iinlla haE been pll laged. and. apd massacres are Tie Italian government has from the warships, at the "principal Albanian port of Avol cna, to. restore order and protect Bu rop'eans and the peacerul inhabitants What, vyill -Italy Do? Itallali iuterveution may embroil Italy witli her recent to? Turkey and holds p'psslbllities' Jar-reaching re suits CzsKCoes to .Battlcfroht Mps'cqw, via The inemhers'ot tile "Russian Imperial iainlly, -who bayo been here for some time, departed 'this evening the Em- peror sotting out for the hattlefront ind tlie Empress leaving" for Tsars with their: son and two P iRIS OFFICIAL Pans Dec 26 20pm- The French ivar office this afternoon gave out an official anr ouncemeut as tot pv, E There nave been moderate nr eschangcs. on the .front Irora, tie sea to the Lys On the Lys it- sell heavy, fog has mad; operations nipmsihie Between the Lys and Oise .we have repulsed sever tl-countfr .ttacks of encmr at NMMtw o Out wett ol I.eni, ai Bonetlte northeast Llhotu to he weal of Cbuliits when a trwch aptured Ann tbe enemy lost; and wen reciptured by us after piritod- -en gagement: Botwesn'the "OlssTand the Aisna re- ports from tLls locality declare that urins thu day ol December 24 a very these opportunities they now be in such dire necessity The government today uere doing all they J da1 3ossibl> could lor the homesteaders day at the. Fifth Baptist chiirch anrt had up to date some [BO 000 on road work not otherwise have been expended hac t not been to assist the pettier an; ihe posstbilities that picy would about }liO 000 in this samp work all ol would k eating [eatuies PNbP B Dec ivill he farewell nay at the. Fifth iAve Baptist I for the pastor H Elmer Green At the morning service he will ipeak on 'Surniounlmt; Difli ulties tot the and "in" .the evening on In the alter I stroUR German attack was rep ilsed at Chivy-to the northeast (i! Soupir In .the region ol Perthes tbe ar tillerj silenced the batteries ol enemy iiwe bombarding tho trenches recently qcfupled by our troops Two strong German counter attioks wore repulied during the ionic out of the appropriations for But the money being pcndcd so that relief would to t was iiiost necessarj Premier Hears a larje de utatlon that Onlarip zoyarnraent rould conduct an'mvestigationr into lie deciclon oE the board pf Govern rs of Uuiversitv of Toropto in con eetion xvith the retention of Germnu profeEBOis Year" the subject noon at Sundaj sciool Rev D Ross RUC 3. sl-ort talk to the scnol ns and You are welcome ___ -KNOX PRbbBYlMHlAN-Pastor Rev A H D ices to- ight of Dec 24-25 Djccmher 35, a luitter counfer attack ol particujv: delivered on a front important bodies pf troops was completely r Argontic and between the .use and the Moselle there is noth ib rppotfr 25th ?as The most healthful spirit obtain- and the very best stimulant for general use. As a pick-me- up tonic and digestive, W-j'fa s Schnapps is always exercising the most beneficial ef? jrs and other Distributors Tbe Hudson's Bay Company. HAMUNS WIZARD OIL CO A friend to tha household ft f fbr rheumatiam, sprauu. bom, neuralgia crampi Via bowel troi.nle-s there ta nothfcr [-the qualltrJInlTMDttnd _ TORONTO Me departmoit q[ Sunday school ID upper Aluacp marled by perceptible -Ksf WT GERMANS DRIVPN BACK he (rermans orho succeed- ed m forcing ttiwwqy accoaf th- Bzura Ruet to stiutfi o( Soih ncitw were driven huV aCtec suffered considerable losses Hclal advices from Toklp tbat Rustic ha; cnlod to Japaa its half ot tta Island of Sakhalin for tome RUBS Ihc island waa officially slan until September The tiiern naif ceded to lercu losses i All the Germanitlicks of Bqjimol the terms ot the tieajy resulted m failure ol Ilow Lodz on the pihca and to the south of this locali' mouth morrow at 11 a in ana I 3u p m iront ot tkrnsy WTreached the 6ut-1 lighting continue L skirts of thejoruat on. the tol