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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1910 TIIK DAILY HERAftf) PAGE SEVEft. THE CHURCHES cp [SEVEN YEARS Knox Church Corner 4lh Aye. and 8th Street s. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denocn, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burnt, Acting Pastor. Itogulor services at 11'and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m.: Big.Sinters aud Big Broth- ers. J.OO p.m.: Other Departments of Sun- School 4'p.ui'.: Chinese Class. ST. ANDREW'S A WESTMINSTER St Andrew's aud Westminster will hoitf" services in St, Andrew 3 church tomorrow. Itev. Mr. Mclutosh of St. Andrew' church, Calgary, will preach morning and evening. All de- partments of both Sunday Schools will meet at 3 o'clock in open session to bo addressed'by Rev. H. Arthur llarton, the evangelist. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th StreeFand 9th Ave. South. Rev.'-Canon' W. V. McMlllen, B.A., Rector Celebration of Holy Communion, S.30 a. m. .Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at 8.30; 2nd anil 4th. Sundays at 11 .a.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. Special offering .tomorrow for mis- sions. Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cbbbledick, Paitbr Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone iflt Year End and New Year Services 11 a.m.: ''The Call of Britain's Lead- ers to Prayer." 3 p.m.! Bible school and Adult classes. 7.30 Call of 1917, A New Year's Message." The choir will repeat much ol thoir best Christmas imisic. SALVATION; ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th at aim.', Holiness Meeting; 3 .p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sai cation, Meeting. Week S .p.m.. rub- He Meeting Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting CJtadel band In attendance. Saturday, 8 p m, tree and easy meeting. Everybody Welcome Christian Church 10.30: Sunday School followed by Communion Service. 630 Christian welcome. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner ?th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome; Bishop Qeo. W. Geeii, 1016 2nd Aye, South. Phone 1493; First Church of .Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11'a-m. Wcdnesday'EvtnlnarTestimony meet- ing at 8 p.m. READING KOOM OPEN TO ALL. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418' 13th' St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Sospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m., Bible Reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In Moose Hall, Higinbotham 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 the King- dom of God. Subject: "The Peace Cry, When Will the Song of the Angels be Realised, Peace on Earth and Good Will Among A'll Seats Free -No Collection PENTECOSTAL Fifth Ave N, Baptut Church am remembering the Lord s Death enlng 7 id, Cos S p.m.: Sunday School. .Prayer., and the Word P-m.. Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghosi Watch Night Service, Sunday night at 11 p ir Stai t the Nev> Yeai with .Tesiis as your friend. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and' 9th St. S. Rev. C. Baker. Pastor- Morning Subject- "An Ancient Res- Olutlon Worth Modern. Observance. Evening Subject: "The Common Crowd and the Uncommon Man.' Sunday School at 12 am Midweek Sen Ices See Week of Pray er Notice. Vwion loses nono of its rehgioi a content but onl5 full) realizes it -when allowed to "natte The sphei' of the practical The real -between all the and all the Elijahs', have flitted across the great plains of time has not.been a matter class but of vision. The trnr mark of a man. la never conditioned by his achievement, but by his capacltj to vision, a, glorious future in the inglorious and unproals ing present, hence ho must be ranked, not by oats but by desire, not by what he may cause arbitrarilj to be done but bj suggesting to others thbtr latent' possibilities' in an im slstlble fashion Such Is the ieai genius ot leader imp the imrnortalttj of -worthy achievement and .the very the history of .the mission of Christ which amid every recurring changes will remain the vital matter of. interpretation. The' are the suggestions drawn from one of the great Inul- uents of Jesus''life .anil which wil! ho discussed Sunday evening Come, and hear them j Moose Jav. Dec S9 Inspector Cuttle and his staff, 'who are making collections for .seed grain and relief advances, made by the Dominion gov- ernment to setters in Saskatchewan and Allieiia during 1914 ind the earlv part of 1915, are setting uu a good iei.ord Indeed the monev is through j their efforts, fairly rolling Into the various Dorn'n'on lands offices 1 throughout Saskatchewan and Alber ta To date has been tak I en itt Of this amount ?2 BOO 000 has been' icceived within the I last thres months. This means tnar one tuird of tee entire amount of the advances made 05 the government has ieen, repaid, J It is well known that until th'i fall I the collections had been vei v disap pointing As a 'conseouenco it was decided to Jilace tile work of Ing in the hands of Inspector Cuttle and a stall of his selecting Quar ters were taken for "this purpose in the city about September 1, but i took fully a .iionth to get things un der waj Since that time, however the returns have been very satisfac ton, for state October 1 the monej has been coming m at the rate o] nearly ?200 (100 a week While collections .have been heavy they would be even more so were it not foi the scarcity of cars that is ex penenced in qome quarters Some of ficiais In charge of the work estimate that this has-reduced their collec tlons by The chief sear city has been along the CNR Goose Lake line, while the. Lethbridge dls-' trict has also suffered The switch ing of cais for the transpprtation of coal, has thus reduced the number available for wheat The Dominion frauds offices at Moose Taw; Jlaple (Jieek, Swift Cur rent, and Saskatoon are the principal places at which the money is being received Districts which a few yeais ago >ielded almost no grain are now turning In as much as 600 a week In the form of pa> uients for the relief and seed grain advances Hua Until H. FRUIT-A-TIYES" ALBERT VARNCN Bnckingham, Que., May 3rd, 1915. For seven years, 1 suiTercd terribly from Severe Headaches and Indigestion. I had belching gas from the stomach, bitter stuff would come up into my moutlmfter eating, while at times I had nausea a'ftd vomiting, and had chronic Constipation, I wen t to several doctors and wrote to a specialist in Boston but without benefit. 1 tried many remedies but nothing did me good. Finally, a friend advised I look this grand fruit medicine and it made sne well. I am grateful to "Frnil-a- ives and to everyone who has luisf1.- rableheulthwitii Constipation and Indi- gestion aud Bad Stomach, I say takg Fruit-a-tires and you will get ALBERT VARNER. 50c. o. hoi. 0 for trial sine, 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-p-tires Limited, Ottawa. Correspondent) Nobleford. Wee. -Christmas passed off with llin UFiuil spirit and tierlmps a little more than usual dis- play of gifts- A few local people IBpelit the holidays in LettlbrldBe and Calgary but most Hpent the day at home. The new Christmas condi- tions this year enabled people to en- joy themselves without the aid of anything stronger tlnin usual. The lucal Patriotic Fund Commit- tee am arranging for Hie country campaign which will be launched in the course of a few >lays. Every farmer knows the need that exists and hia exceptional opportunity lof helping out this year. The call is for at least and wo are confident that no OHO will (ail his country in After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced an Appliance for Men, Women or Children That Cures Rupture. j I Send It On If you have tried mom everything olse, como to me. Where others fail is where I have my greatest success.; Send attached coupon today and 1 will I nend you my freo illustrated hook on need. A. stay until after the New Year. .Mr. lluchan lias purchased a 'business in Travers and will go from Calgary lo that town. -Mrs. Huchan has been greatly Interested in every movement for the good of the town and has rendered valuable aid to Hed Cross work here. Both Mr. mid Mrs. Buchan will be greatly missed and our best wishes so wi'.U them into their neiv homo. Don't Wear "Couldn't foo! Grandma a Truss! On Molasses on Molasses" She knew flavour and food value. Nothing but rich British West Indies Molasses for her Ginger- bread, Ginger Snaps, Molasses Cookies, Brown Bread, Baked Beans anil that smacking Candy she used to make, No thin, watery syrups, or pale moiasses for her. She knew. her hour of Mr and nunimii iuii, uu vm.u .t> Saturday for Calgary where they will of his experience. If ruptured, write Tile above is C. E. Brooks, inventor ol the Appliance, who cured himself and who is now giving others the benefit Ask Govt. Foi Strict Penalties For Sell Booze To Soldiers -Miss K. McKay left on Saturday for Calgary, en route for California, where she will spend the balance of the winter. Mrs.. E. Bolton and daughter Isabel left this week to spend a holi- day in Portland, Ore. National service cavils are being signed tills week. There an; s-mic; who think that because MO penalty will follow a refusal to sign the card j it does not, greatly matter whether: attention is paid to the anneal or not. We think that our. local farmers will; see the wisdom and duty of fulfilling i the conditions of. the scheme and as- sisting those who are trying to help out in the war. The Xewland Christmas supper and entertainment passed very successfully on Friday evening. In the absence of the pastor, Rev. C. Marsh, who was sick with la grippe, Mr. -Hull acted as chairman. The supper was a good one and body did full justice to it. The chil- dren and parents contributed to the program and the distribution of gifts brought to a clone a verv enjoyable evening We -ft urn. that more' of thea'e social affairs 'could.'be arranged m this dlstrVt The cold- snap' o'f the last few flays has kept us biwjl stoking and1 many of our local Ueiiedlets him today at Marshall, Mich, itupture and its cure, shewing my Appliance and giving you prices anil names of many people who have, irletl it and wero cured. It given instant relief when all others fail. Remember I_______ I ' r.o .salves, no harness, no lies, i i send it on trial to provo what 11 say Is true. You are the Judge and j once having Keen my illustrated book ami read you will be as enthus- iastic as my hundreds of patients whoe letters yon can also read. Fill out fteo coupon below find mail today. It's well worth your titme whether you try my Appliance or not. lBRAND "THE KIND GRANDMA USED Real not a makeshift-for your cooking. Put up right, too-in lever top cans Nos. 2, 3, 5, and 10. No it burns molasses and gives a scorched taste. GRANDMA'S WAY OF MAKING CiruerlKdcf Jdiciaa !Ll COP mJtc at lillk coit-IM In itlM in 011 KM Stntfia. today foT q copy. THE DOMINION MOLASSES CO. LIMITED, HALIFAX. N. f "Gingerbread" brand for cooking purposes and Packers S. f Uln.lll IV- rs of for taDie U5e.' 1'he finest of them oil. FREE INFORMATION COUPON Mr. C. Brocks, 513A State St., Marshall, Mich. IMease send me by mail, in plain wrapper, your illustrated book and full information about your Appliance for the cure of nipture. Name Addree.v City............ State a vl''l'um Uur Own Con e j (Special io the llrrulil) i Cardston. Dee. 11, II, I Bonne died suddenly at Aetna, being I supposed convalescent and in good j shape from an incipient attack of la grippe or pneumonia. Her husband was absent at the yards feeding his animals and on his return found the body of his wife prostrate upon the i floor. She was given all possible at- I touiitiii but expired in a few moments, I possibly heart failure following tho other attack. Funeral arrangements are placed for Tuesday next awaiting the coming of her sons from Utah and i Idaho. lu the last 'M years the freight traf- fic through lluNSncz Canal lias more I than trebled, while the number of I passengers has increased only about. ;'S5 per cent; The national week of proyer will btj observed by Lethbridge churches with special meetings during tbe week. On Sunday special prayers will he offered for allied victory. On Tuesday evening at, Wesley church, Rev. ,1. B. Francis will speak on Coin go .Missions, illustrated. On day the meeting will be held in Kno.v- church, when Rev. G. H. Cobbledick: will speak on "Our Empire, its Needs and Defenders." On Thursday even- ing, Rev. Chan. Baker will speak in St. Andrew's church on arid on Friday evening Rev. W. F. Burns will speak in the Baptist church on "Vision and Service." The offerins' .each evening will be for expenses land the Nursing Mission. Salesmen of machinery too large tit be carried are finding motion pic- ture films showing it in operation, jiseful in convincing customers of its Kippenviile, Dec. William j Dec. Itup pur- ot our local uuuemuis ju.ncu uiumcu pose of discussing tho suppiession of the shovel brigade Fortunately, n; w Griffith on Dec. IS. 1916. --J pro (there is no real shortage of coal Illack and Miss Florence .Mji'lyneux t 71 ji_ were quietly married at the home of DOCtOT TgUS HOW W e con niairi favorable there will be no suf- fering this winter. The service on Suu'day evening' w_as oi a Buc special Christmas nature. being the aolpist, _ Mr. bootlegging' m the city and .0 yince, a meeting was'held .in the chief the conditions at the mines constable's office Wednesday which was attended by. commis siou, Judge Taylor, Major Primrose and Mayor Henry, and' LicuL-Col. Cornwall, 318th battalion; Capt..Tur- geon, battalion; Police the attorney general's department. The two following resolutions .were passed It is the opinion of hui meeting at which are present a police commission and other representatives of the military and.judicial author! ties, provincial police and other "per; sons interested in the enforcement of criminal law, that it" Is advisable to constitute it an offense by order in U1IJ council of the Pleasures 401 to, jjrB yy c .Marsh was called away Illicitly sell liqnoi to soldiers, and that1 to today ,by a tele- the same be punishable by impusou giam telling of the serious sickness ment or fine 01 both in the first in Oj )ler mother Mrs. Stott. stance and that the same be brought An unfortunate mistake r into operation "m this distiict forth n tree fo! The young couple will reside near i Lucky Strijtc on Mr. Black's home-j stead. Wa wish Mr. anil Mrs. Black j much happiness during their wedded i Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's Time In Many Instances ,r A Christmas entertainment was Department of Edmonton to visit Nobletord with his moving picture machine 1 ull particulars will be announced next week. fflO'" ot our local men do not get behind the rink prop- osition and carry it through success- fully It will soon be too late to .make the thing a success. children did exceptionally well con- sidering the short training they had. Tiie frown people as well as the "kiddies" were greatly disappointed at not having a Christmas tree, ..which failed to materialize. Treats of candy.; apples andi oranges were The Misses .Marie and .Mini Culler ably assisted at the Christmas exer- -D; p.'.KIppen entertained1 at with, and that a copy of this resolu tion be sent to the attorney general of the province of Albei ta foi him to take such steps as are necessary to have the police authorities. give effect to tliis resolution. "That this meeting memorialize tins provincial legislatuie at its next see slon amending the section pf the. linuor act which deals with tiie punishment of illicit sales under the act bv mak .ng every such offense punishable bj fine or imprisonment or Ijoth It was considered that there-should be the option of sentencing offenders to pnson for the first offense, as at uu.u. resulted in there being no tree foi the Newlands Christmas entertainment There were trees at Noblefoid waiting for some one to take them out but no one came in foi them and a treeless en te'rtaiument was the result. We have been asked to assure the good people of Newlands that no om. here .was to -rin the matter Polish and purify your Cooking Utensils with Old Dutch The Hygienic Cleanser else Christmas dinner the 'following guests: Mr. C: W. Greene and fam- ily. 'Mr. Joe :Ruelle, Misses Capsie aud 'Bvelyn Kippen from Lethbridge Hugh and 'Angus Fraser. NEW YEAR'S ENTERTAINMENT AT MONARCH .Monarch, Dec. New rears entertainment wjll be given by the Sunday school on Monday, present constituted the act does not january j 1917 at 7 id In the. hal permit imprisonment for than the ,ye mvlte tfce public to come. Everj third conviction child will receue a present; An or chestra will play Special slides on (Special to tho Herald) Ferule. Dec. ceremony of Inducting Rev. A. L. Carr, late of Cal- gary, .as pastor of Knpx church here, took place Thursday night.' -He was first ordained as .-a minister in the Presbyterian church bv Rev Dr Ferguson who was latei assisted in the induction services by Rev. Mr. Thompson of Cranbrook and Rev Mr Powe of Creston. After f the cer9: mony a reception was tendered .the new minister and wife by the mem- bers of Knox church. A coroner's jury yesterday, sat upon the case of John Conyiak, the .miner whose body, was recovered from No. 1 mine east. Coal Creek, on Saturday, and were nnahle to arrive at the icaiise of death, but it was thought that the man was buffocated bj gas Inhalwi after, the fall of rock in the big-bump which occurred in.November list, A meeting of Gladstone local is called for Sunday evening when the subject of the continuance of work pending the findings of the commis- sion latel; engaged in investigating' the high cost of living, as it Sffects tho wages of minors, will be tinder Consideration The weather here since ChrUtmoa, day "lias1 been very told, the mercury the Life of Christ will be shown to the publ'C Refreshments served. Tor the most iaom uhotograpin a rnmeia lias been invented in which the nim iR shifted bj the shutter closing and, which is fitted with a pistol grip to aid in tlirnmft it at the same time keeping It level keeping below the mark most of the time.- touching 25 below at one time y evening, Dec. 23. All the A Pruorlptian You Have Fllltd mil Use Philidelphla. jou glasses? Are you ylotlm of ere strain or other eye weaknesHeH? If so, will glad to know that according to Dr. Lowis there real hope for your Many whose eyee were falling: say they have had reatored through tie th'is wondw- ful (res prescription. One matt after urine K; "I was almost, blind; could not sae to Wow I can reid without flmat iny oyes do not mbrs At night they would pain 'now tiey feel fine the tine. It wal bite a miracle to me." -A. Ia4y wlio lui- ed it says: atmosphere Mvmtd hazy with or' without. ngtis Fraser. after using prosoriptlom for flf- i Faichnej came from Ed teen days evorytuing clear, I monton to spend his acition in the can even read fine print without Mr T 1 Milk River d strict He pleached at Milk River ana Sleepy Hollow on Sunday Dec 2-1 He w ill also nreach at 213 and 212 dui ing his here The baby of Mi and lirs C Cham bers was quite ill last week. Mrs D D fClppen and Mwsl Evelyn went to tethbridge last Fri day by way of Foremost. Miss Jemlte Boberts expects ,to leave on Monday Ian 1 for I eth bridge, where she will attend school. Carl Berg left a short time ago for a visit to friends and relatives in North Dakota. Hugh Fraser accompimed Miss CaVsle Kippen tci Lethbrldgo on Tuesdaj Dec 26 Hugh has had several had attacks of appendicitis and lias decided to miut.rgu in uper atlon at the Gait hospital. Mr. and -Mrs 6. Anderson and daughter Lillian aie spei the holidays visiting in Dakota Owing to the recent snowfall the farmers are unable to haul grain to f 'ie market. Rev R W GHftith filled the pulpit at Macleod oil the 10th'and of .Decembor, rvuu iiuc It is bellered theuiandL who -wear glasses1 oan nw discard them in a reasonable multi- tudes more will be able to atrengthan their eyes so as to be the trouble and expense of i. Eye troubles of mtsy by following the rules. Tisn i> the prxcriptlon: do to any drug store and get a. .bottle of Bon- Opto Ubleti. Drop Bon-Opto tabi into a fourth of a of watsrj ami allow it io dlsiolTe. "With ihW llciuld bailie the eyas two to times dally. You should notlo you rioar up percaptibly Uie start and intlammatioft will ly If your tun log you, eren a little, them now it w Many hopelessly blind miflst been saved If they Mirei for tkeiri oj'Bi in time. Note: Another jrominMt to whom the article WM mltted. nurkable remidj. Hi MUtttiMttt inj Sredieiitfl ara wall to eye sptcUlInU widely pr by them. The manaBBoiurerE It to strengthen 50 p c la onri week'a time In we tlie money. It cm from any druggiit is 041 the very few I ft.eV should keiit on for use in almost everj family." It is sold, in Lethhrldge. by Red Cross Drug Kye trouoies or mftay awcnp- m tlons may bo wonderfully nonafitted Book Co. and other druggists t, NEW YEAR'S OPENING If you make your coffee in a percolator, ask your grocer for SEAL BRAND COFFEE FINE -GROUND OR USE IN .Ti.C The top of each can is marked as above., Tins. Never apld in Bulk. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAI- 189 4th Soldier's Dependents Commencing with the New Year Term we are making a reduc- tion of per month from our regular tuition fee to all those who are dependent on a father or brother at the front or in training. Credit Flan By this plan any worthy student is enabled to pay for the cost of tuition from his or1 her earnings after graduating. Full particulars on. application. Demand During the past tevffi il. number of students have left our school to accept positions before they had reached Graduation Standard, and ?vcn then we couM not fill the calls for'help. The College Office will be open every afternoon during .the Holidays from 3 to Call, phone for information. Garbutt Eighth Street South, Lethbridge. Office Phone 1315 .A. M, FISHER, Residence Phtnt Principal ;