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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD We must not let these Belgia Children Starve Their fathers are with King Albert in the __ or dead. Their mothers, destitute and probably hpmeless, are striving hard but helplessly to save these children on whom Belgium's future depends. Neatly old men, women and children in Belgium are absolutely dependent on help from Britain and America. Unless we feed them, hundreds of thousands must starve to death! 1 he This is simply the repetition' of, the old story. In n'n country like Canada, if agriculture is vlic country is prosperous. In- deed, the prosperity ol this basic in- dustry is the real solution to all our llilhcultics. Upon this all depends, (liven this prosperity, and the activ- ity of our mines, our railroads, 6nr merchants, both wholesale and re- tail, and all other branches of in- dustry will testify to the country's general prosperity. If this is then, car. afford to burden this chief industry of our eouiiU'y, by any tax for the benefit of any subsidiary industry. Certainly not. It the year has taught us any- thing, this is its one important U's- i sou. All true patriots must surely I feel kindly to the farmer at" this cru- eial time in our history. I Why then the organization of the mutual farmers. Why Its problems are the Dominion's problem and its success is the Dominion's success. H is impossible in an article ol this kind to even touch upon the different phases of the work that are now be- fore the organization, but 1 have shown enough to indicate' that the FKIDAY, DECEMBER 31, ANGLICAN St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. HECTOR Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright, M. A. Holy Communion Every Sunday nt 8 a.m., uud on Snp.'.l'.iy of the Month nt 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 7.30 p. in. Sunday 10 ANGLICAN Cyprian's Church Cor. Vl'h Street and 8th Ave. South.' Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B.A., Rector 5I1OHI1 UllUUilli lu p work that lies before the'Onited Far- Mat.nvU a.ui. Sunday School and niers oi tlie west in common with Able C 3 p.ni. their brothers in the older provinces, p.m Administered by a wonderfully efficient neulra! than a year now for nearly aJlThe Seven Million Belgians still in the country. Those who have money for it, but there is a steadily growing number who must be fed free. For this at needed monthly in contributions GreatBntain, burdened as she is, is giving.all she can. The Umted Statei ha. responded fienerouslv, and her business men are running fhe Commission public relief was never handled in prosperous and protected from the r.orrprs, o invasion to the plenty that has blessed while oar heroic Allies starve S.nd jour conftibuliens weekly, raontfily or in one lump sum, to Committees, or to the Executive Gommittee, 59 St. Peter Street, Montreal BELGIAN FAMILY ONE MONTH cull not only for the patriot but for I the statesmen as well, verily, it is a mighty work, fraught with the vvel- fare of a great people, and may 1 not say to the fanners of Southern Al- herta, yon have done nobly during tlie past year, I congratulate yon oa the bountiful crop which you by the aid of a kind Providence, have produced. You have gotten your "second growth" so to speak, and you have gained confidence in (he. new country to which you have come to make >our home. Uut your work has only Holy Communion 1st and Sun- days at S.30; 2nd and -1th Sundays at 11 it in Baptism ItU Sundays at 4 p.m. ANGLICAN St. Mary's Church Gor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C., N. Holy Communion Every. Sunday in'orning at S a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the monih at 11 a.m., and on all High Festivals. it ijuer.v ami' A Household Whv Oo Uii; Torbniosl. pnrvoy-riflj :of as much attention to (lie piifkiigu u Because -a. .iujk'ss1 .properly jiroU'i'ldl. Tin: of Obvious '.Answer iqilstiill's K'ive iilmosl iu Ilii' jwo js, tiium1 ,n a .spoiled product5; BLUE RIBBON liiivu.loiifr lui'ii I'w tin.1 Teu-pavkH. .Vow tkev linvu fiiiniil ii. The iW BIAM'UiUVBON liglii, oilor-pronl'. practically iiulircnk packet gives to n porl'eot ten. Sold with a money-back guarantee just and the success that you Matins on tbc 2nd and 4th Sunday have achieved this year will be n a.m. porary unless you take those steps] Sunday School and Adult Bible BID FAREWELL TO BUMPER YEAR (COSTINUED FP.OM FKOST HARDIE (Continued from Front Page) ahead, which involved it in a burden- some debt ia connection with gener- al, local an.d school improvements In MARNOCH (Continued from Front Page) stocks oi merchandise the} provided in anticipation 01 good iall andj winter "ude Financial institutions. I KmgUf, lable and the lamb, Dut like the at Kim; Arthur's Round uuucj. prosperous the taxation, al-l f-ver, reason to be gratified UIMI though somewhat Isrse, was tastls tie state 01 their collections, ann, borne hut in depressed times it was Ov the tune the nhole o! the crop rather hard to bear bv a large pot-, has Sound .ts waj to market the tita 01 the ratepavers With the re- turn of even in business generally our people 11 ill find the hurden grow less and until it UMS.es to be a burden at all, at which point it luiist- he the civic govern- ment's lirst dutv to maintain it or. -SFeh reduce it, irom the position oi no almost unperceptibilltv fails to keep this view point before it, no matter what the temptations, will not bass-merited the ol tbe ratepayers The prospect for the immediate ro- ture oi Lethbridge as a city is good, lor the not distant future it is splen- ana for the ultimate mture cannot the hope I have for it, and the faith and beliei I have in it. The mayor therefore greets the citi- lens of Letmmdge with a bright, hap- pv and good prospect wr the coming vear. May TVC all prove ourselves worthy bi hearing manfully the ills I we iave, lather than flv-to those we know not cf; bv manfully doing our I duty to our citv, our coun- !try and; our empire, like the brave amount 01 outstanding obligations j will be ien small indeed Farmer? opeiatmg in those tncti to which it has been that irrigation water can be brought arc now more anxious than ever to have these -waters mads The moisture conditions dining 1915 have shown them dhe Immense latent fertility oi their soils, and are assured tl-at heav) and profitable crops of alfalia and other_havs can bP raised. There can no longer he anv doubt that tha.-sSorts oi .the citizens of Lethbndge directed through the Lethhridge Board oi Trade and the Lethbridle- Live Stock Guarantors and And wlij thnl lie maked hyt tiius. This "'as tlie risoun, y-vvysr That r.o niau sytt above other, Xe have imiignaeioun of uys brother. Vnd it is well that this is so lor our house should be set m order now to provide IOE thit riesimv that WL hel'eve shall be ours at the dose oi the A careful husbanding oi our re- sources, and a attention to the lessons learnt bv past experience, Y, ill be the best suarantce for our contin- ued with the lurtber de- velopment of our country DUNHAM (Continued from Front Page) central organization, and vet thev are identified- with the organization which are necessary to secure your futuie prosperity. Tliis can only hei done by intelligent concerted actinn. i i The good prices that you arc recciv-j ins now on account of the war arc t not oft to continue. H behooves youj to unite with your fellow farmers in an effort not only to know how to ,-aise the maximum crop as you have this year, but to assist in solving the many other problems that are neces- sary to success and prosperity of the business that you have chosen as a vocation, the greatest business oi this great If you do not belong to the United farmers -of -V not Will you not go to the nearest local and put your name in, or ii no local is' near'enough, get your neighbors to- gether and organize one, and thus make yourself felt in this concerted effort lor the betterment ot your busi- at It p.m. 7.30. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. A. H. Denoon, Pastor, Jlanse 2V'.' Fourth Avenue S'., phone -102 Interces. "A New Services a.m sory Service; 7.30 p. m, Year's Service. Bij Sisters Class at 12.30 p.m. Big Brothers' and Boys' Department of the Sunday school at 2 p.m., Other departments at H. Chinese Class at 4 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN St. Andrew's Church ness as a farmer and for your coun-l intercessory Service, conducted MV's welfare. Mr. J. W. WcKean, With best for a prosperous Evening Service, 7.30 and happy New "Year, I Tcmain. Yours truly S. S. DUNHAM, 2nd Vice-Pres., U.F.A. by Preacher Mr. W. C. Marsh, "The Things that Matter" .Sunday School at 2 and 3.15 p.m. SOUPS MADE TOMATO VEGETABLE, TMEN -MOCK DX TAIL- SCOTCH BRUN PEA MULLIGATAWNY EtC. Etc. Car Shortage Serious in South, Much Grain Awaits Shipment a spirit of active co- operation lor the general benefit oi this district as between inre city our farmms; neighbors M.nd the later ttled tTlLUJIVU l n II "lUhell o, h valuable HIOM FROM PACE) Serious at Milk River .Milk River Dec car shortage' at tills point this fall has been ven sennus indeed For three weeks the elevators have "been filled to their capacitv and therefore piac METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor New Year a.m. and" 7 p. m. Bible School and Adult Classes 3 p.m. Holy Babe1'. Dykes; Hale Quartette, "Home nt Last. "Daughters of Ziou" Clarke; .Ladies' Quartette, "Lead Kindly Light.' Newman. CHRISTIAN Christian Church Cor. 3rd A've. and 8th St. South Sunday Preaching and Communion Service 1130 Evening Service. 7.30 BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St North Believers assemble on the Day for aei--Breaking of -Bread al 11 s.-rt. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.SO p.m. Bible Reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m METHODIST ajlu i----- LUC mno-... line, Bucklev of ticallv no grain has been disposeu ui i Jellu" oi- Raler Glass oi] Since the 1st December onlj nine] Baker ol Vltorado have been left here, am" at pres Strike, Noble ol ent there is j 'waiting list" oi 82, with buf'Families-vvho received umelv assistance during their _ tuere ,s strenuous times in the winter oi rf tte mcn ol man} of have had their orders from tbe Lfntadge s Civic matled ablht for cars ln October Tnis ist club are not lorgetiul of these kind j A is .nojjacking for mater- is growing danv as the farmers in the .offices soldiers who are fighting, or prepar-! v-hole district Till the mflitar? battles of developed, and all country, and empire today, so may continue to hold our heads high as liberty loving and fair plav people in the world and hav- ing a heart for any fate the good Lord bas in us Yours W. T) L Hardie, JIayor. As time goes on this smrit oi in- terest in the mutual weliare of the he still further i those nho assist) sense ot gratification In the results neighborlv neighborhood attracts more neighbors; This same spirit ib spreading all through Western Canada., The iarm- ers and the ousmess men and the i hankers sat down in conference ln I Winnipeg the other -like i >al flt mr leadership But leadership in v, hat Wliat is to be accomplished bv this organization outlying districts !are-'getting their crops threshed out When a car does come in and is loaded there ifc a oi farmers, It it strange that thetc rush toi the bin room oc are men wno still ask what is the cupied Mam farmers from the more use 01 a farmers' organization districts tnbutarj to Milk this counav where the weliare Ond i River who have come in with loads prosperity ol' agriculture is the verv h.ue been unable to dispose of them, lue of the Dominion, I sa% itland have had to wait around Uwn un is strange that anv one, much less a til a favorable ounortunitv to rush tanner, should ask this question them into an elevatoi Wlieat w Certain schools of economists tcll'tound all around the new- us frequently that the prospentj oi.lv constructed bmb on vacant lots. 111 Westminster Church Rec. J. B.. Francis, Pastor Chilo-en's Class Mealing, 10 a m 11 a.m., Children's Topic "A Depend- able Girl, to Avoid .in the New Year" 2.45 Sunday School and Bible Class, Adult' Class and Chinese Class in the Parsjnage I pm Men's Own Lamp for 1916." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE j First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S Sunday Service at 11 am Wednesday meet ing at 8 p.m. BEADING ROOM OPEN" TO EVERY ONE DAILY FROM 3 to ;i ii.m Littb depends upon our com- merce, upon manufacturing, upon mln- ing transportation, etc and arti nciat means are adopted to bolster up these industries them pros- wagon loads in back jards, and in old unoccupied shacks This shortage render" business, which ought at this time (o be at its best during the jear to be veiy quiet CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hajl, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd I Avenue South I S pm Bible Class I 3 p m to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Divine Remedy for the World's Evils ALL SEATS FREE. NO COLLECTION I ROMAN CATHOLIC St. Patrick's Corner and 10th St Children's Mass.at 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday School at 3. ii.m. EVENING SERVICE at 7.30 Sermons at each service Peace Talk is High Treason Rotterdam, Dec. Bei lin Vorwaerts announces the ar- rest for high-.treason of. ten Ger man Socialists, including the wo- man, Clara Zetkin. They are charged with engaging in a peace propaganda. A reservoir.williiu a .Chicago invcii- sagt cream to lit. applied as it is he BAPTIST First Baptist Church Rev D Pastor es at It am and 7 pin Bjble School and Adult class nerous But this year has again dcm Loan complies, unoie dlers anu >ru castrated the truth oi the elemen-1 plement comnames m the east evi- tarv principle that m an agricultural dcntly fall to understand just what country like Canada that ail prosper- position this state, of matters- leaves it' depends primarily upon the pros- the cornmumtj Farmers and otn.rs pcntv of this basic industry Let us1 report main th.ejteuing letters le explain Follow ing the outbreak cf tne ivar a ;ear ago the whole coun- trv was in "a state ol doubt and con- fusion In the west the harvest had I been explained 'been short, farmers, in manv places! Acute at Stirling i _________ were without seed even to plant an-J Stirling Dec car ahortago j T r'hriat nl other crop, building operations m the I ib acute here Forty fHe cars are j Church or J6SUS onnsi oi itry Let usreport main ti.ejtening eies b, s hoo, and Ad outbreak of gardmg bills anpalil implement notes 1 whole conn- unattended and nioiUige Initilmenls i _ nbt and con- not met, even after tne situation LATTER DAY SAINTS cities -were at a standstill, factories were idle, large bodies of men were out of employment, lank clearings were at the lowest point for i and the question 01 the oi our prnspentv was second in the minds of the people, to the out- I come of the war Late in the vear 1814 and continued >n this j ear, large ordered ahead, and them aie no pros pects for more than two a week in future, and the elevator is I'-" is m the east seaboard As districr'u'as been war material .orders came to the fac- Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St i Sunday p.m. Sacrament p ill Visitors Always Welcome Of course there are no cars eeo w Green, 1016 2nd Ave shipping gra.n but the blockade Iiai tiuilarlv at the nhout one third puts GrJW to Banks Dec 11 It's what's inside the cup that counts. ,11 gist llluv factoru-s are located no general vis- to tjle farmers on the wheat they ible improvement ft a? apparent cannot get to A larmer In these hours oi darkness, gradu has se, bashels of wheat all} began to dawn upon the coun-hn ms granaries should be able to trv that the farmer held the key to I Borrow 75 per cent of Its value 11 the situation And from the so-called lt j3 insured business1 interest, and from 'the rail- and the financial pers, we heard the story. "All upon And it was not until months ueat by, and the crop was assuied and much of it mar- keted, and the bank clearings were again high, higher in some instances such as than at zny other previous time, and the railroads were working ta their full the factories uerc that they could r. draw a sigh of relief a'_ the r wintry again prospct- THE NEAL WAY Overcomes Cause and Etrects of Using DRINK OR DRUGS In a few He NBAb INSTI- TUTE. 820 Thirteenth avenue.west, Calgary. Call, fHte or phone W4526 for information. 60 Othtr NMl Institutes in Principal 'South. Phone 1493 SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St I am Holiness Meeting p m Praise Meeting and 7 1C Sal Meeting Week S pm Pub lie Meeting, led by Sisters Wednesday, 8- p.m.. Soldiers' meet- ing Thursday. 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in. attendance. Saiiinlny, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. NO ALUM in CREAM NG POWDER Sixty Years the Standard Made from Cream of Tartar Made in Canada PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Misaicn Fifth Ave. iaptlit Church iUNDAY-rll a.m., remembering the Lord's death. 7'" Gos- pel meotlpg pm Praser and The Word. ii.m. special waiting upon God for tho Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A JICAKTV WKLCOS1E TO ALL Nothing so good i homemade bread ;