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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, KKBttUARV C, 1U15 T n K L E T H ft u i r> c i: n AIL v H E n A L D PAGE FIVE on POR f UULO Oldest Established Mercantile Institution m the City to Wind UP Business FINANCING THE ALLIES' WAR H will be learned with rcRi'eL thai at an extraordinary gsncral meeting of tlie fiharflrulders oi Ihc lien I Icy Cw. Limited, one nf tbc oldest business houses in Albsita, this moming; it was decided to inln liquidation and UK husincsN has btoii tunioil lo the liquidators, The British-Cana- dian Trust, Co. Tlie action of Clio company is [iar- licularly lo lw tu f'.e fact that so in; three or four vraus ago [Ley buih a fnn; Direc-Morey block which is a crcilit the ci'V. The action l-alini ibis is set forMi in His lollcnving ri-.suiiuion: U'liiMias i( has bttn proved tu ilic1 satisfaction oi the members ot t-lm I Hentley Company, Limited, l-haisirh j-.injjot by reason of iis hii-sinci-K unless more capital is ob- tained therefor. And for some yfiars j-aaV I the company has been ul u. lo.ss, and it appears that tin- cost oi doiiiK business on its premises is loci 1 iiCiivy for (lie vnldiiic nl business I transacted anil the prospects oi car- n ins ii bu.smeiio jn'c-se-nl rnmJit-ions do not Hi? i Kharcholili'i'K in putting more money I and Lb'jri'iore i1 is advisable tu wind up tlie business of the company. Therefore be it resolved thai steps lie forthwith taken ioi v.-ir.dins up of iJie, company unrler Ihn ordinances rp- .spcL'l'iri.a; tbc voluntary winding of joint stock (.'timpanics, and thai th-.; iinli.sl] Canadian Trust company lie HiiiiKliUoi1. There's jff only one way to wash woollens. flannels, and filmy fabrics absolutely clean without injury: The CHURCH SERVICES1 way. LUX softens hard gives a rich, cream-like lather which the daintiest hands or i filmiest fabrics need never fear. LUX coaxes rather than forces (he dirt out of clothes. IVJado in Canada by LCVQP Brothers Limited, Toronto. SISTER DIES WHILE HAVING j TOOTH PULLED Quebec, Que-, I'eb. bavins tooth oxiracietl at ;i vesiur- at Tite de Charnj.-.ain, Oiif., Sister Magdalrtiie of the Sam-d Heart sud- denly collapsed and ilk-d. he- longed to Limoeriien. nnur Quebec, ivhere tin; body iirri i.cdny. Frnl t'oinvay, Ni'liiOn linier, is dead. IjOff.. PREMIES RIBOT Prime Minister IHoot. of France, ant] Chancellor Lloyd George of Britain nro meeliflg aL Kr.-ince, together Russian ministers, to rlud financial means to carry on to successful finish. OTHERS DEAD FROM OTH KILLED WHILE FLYING' qy tiie enemy's slinrpsiKot-j THE "MYSTERY" GUN .lo o jers. Altogether the CEinndinii troops in- cluding t-hoss. at i-hc iront and those at.Salisbury liave sullerort death toll flO. includes Lt. Win. Sharpe :cf Ottawa, n'ho was killed while (ly- ing yesterday. Considering that Uic lionps comprising nearly ihirty-fivc tliousand men, have now been recruit- ed for six munt-hs, the proportion ui ilpith is re- dijatlis is very small. An outstanding n- featiiL-c in Lhe situation is the cntiTC- ahscjirp ni irphoid which speaks at hoth services. the hospital at UOLiogn .QJ_ thc ma_ ANGLICAN inaMns a of the troops underwent fccfor, leaving here Ottawa, FcL. the Princess Patricias Rt.t into action shortly af- ter New Year's day, nine men have been killed outright or died oi wounds received in the trcncliL's, or in charge. In addition one corded from cause unVinown ami one man dial in thi from .spinal i: j tal oT. eleven casualties. j Among tlia fatalities are Ihrca com-{ j missioned officers, Captain Nuwtuu, j Captain Fitzgerald and Licuttnant I rricc. There were several missioned ofiicrrs also. Thrr'y SerfitXMajpr Henry G. Smith. Lance Corporal Norman Fry, Lance Corpoi'-l al R. G. Ucliingcr, and Lance Cor-i I poral Wm. .1. Huston, it- is evident that special attention is being viaitl CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FlftfiT CJHJHCII OK CHHIST KCIKXTIST Hull IJlouk, Hev htrcL-L. Sfii'ici; at cluvcn a. in. Wed- nesday cvcnijit; U'Sl-iinony nifutiiig, 8 m. Tlie room 's open to fVCiyoiH- every frutn three to fivo p. m. Kvm-tjiic m ccifdiully inviteil to attoiid. CHRIBTADELPH1AN6 CllllISTADELI'HIANS Moel iu Ihc Moose Hall, Hlgiobotham Block. hJiitruiice 5th sUeot south and 2nd uoiiLli. W'ertnendays at K p.m. Hibli! class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to coinniciuoratc thc Lord's death, and at 7.30 jj. in. to proclaim the glad tidings oi' tho Kingdom of Sub- ject: "The Uevll aa a Roaring Sydney T. BuiBford speaker. All seats free. No collection. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. I-'curtJj av- enue and Tomb street. Fttv. Father Rosen thai, pastor; Itov. Mlmve- filn, asslatunt. Special scrviceH on Sunday, February 7, to celebrate Candlemas. Pallicr Rcnciiihcl will address the congregation at .llawa at a.m., find HifJi at 11 a.m. Vesucrs at T.Ou p.m. SALVATION ARMY Services ore tlit Citadel, i Pi It'1, street, as follows: Sunday, 11 f..ra.. Ilolintss p.ni., prsico meeting, and Sah'atioa meeting. WeoK jngu.s: Monday, S p.m., meeting, led by elsters; 6 p.m., Soldiers' ropeilur; Thursday, C p.ro.. Salvation Cltadol Ijaiul la attciidAnce; Saturday, S p.m., freo niid meeJ-lue. LATTER DAY SAINTS j CHURCH OF JESfia CHRIST O? 'LATTER DAY oi Scv.-nth Avc. and 13th street. 10.30 j a.m., Sunday school 2 p.m. sacia- men! meeting. Visitors always wcl- mine. Hishop GBD. IV. Ciiecn, 101G i Second Avc. S. 1'boin; LUTHERAN I ST. HAUL'S FIHST LUTHERAN Corner Siilh Ave. and Kiflecnth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis-1 I tcr. Sunday, rebrnary 7: ser- vices ?.t 11 a.m.: Sunday echocl at p.m. Luther league at 7.30. Rehear- sal on Wednesday night. METHODIST WESLEY CHURCH Quarterly communion and refraction services. 11 a.m., subjeci, "Tlie New Covenant." An thorn, "When Morning Gilds the solo by V. Petrle. Bible achool and Adult oJa'sses at 3 p.m. 7.30, sub- ject, "Progress Through Suffering." Anthem, "The Kingdom of Christ." Solo, Miss Flnncr. Members will be received at the Sacrament of thc Lord's. Supper, will be dispensed after both services. Rev. G. H. Coh- blcciiolt, pastor. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN J. E. Pickel, pastor. Bihle school, al 10.20. Morning service, 11.30. Evening ser- vice. 7.30. The pastor will be in the A biff giin 9n boayd S.S. Transylvania which Is Llie centre of mystery as to its tJeaLiriarlon. It is believed, Iioivever, that it is bouiid for Belfast to be installer! on one of Britain's new dreadnoughts. RULES OF HEALTH FOR DYSPEPTICS DIETING UNNECESSARY. There arn two ways toy which peo pic who suffer from indiyfiHtion, dys- pepsia., uour stomarh, Jlatulcnce, etc. can .overcor.it: Lhc trouble. First, as practically all cases of the above arc directly or indirectly traceable to acidity ami fermentation, they can eliminate from their which ferment anrl form all foods acid, more reason for serving poor coffee than for making omelets of stale eggs. Simply use rea- sonable care in making, and start with I SEAL COL. KEMMIS IS PLEASED WITH LOCAL RECRUITS Twenty-seven army horses were purchased yesterday by the remount officers, and were officially turned over to Captain Riplejr of the local i as all starches and sugar and foods containing thorn, thus prohibiting bread, potatoes, fruits and most meals. About the only safe foods are gluten threads, apinacli and smaJl quantities of white meat oE chicken or turirer- This diet is almost a starva- tion one, but. it is sometimes quite effective. The second way, which ap- peals especially to those who 'like to oat hearty meals of good foods, is tc eat whatever is reasonably digeatable, neutralize the acid and stop ferments tlon uy the use of a good antacid such ns blsurated magnesia, :i teaspoonful of wliich In a little water immediately after eating or whenever pain is felt; ry" rmutralizes the 'acid, stops battery this morning lor .service in'the fermentation and permits the the local artillery. The. animals were1 stomach to do its work without pain all quite young; and smart, "lycl! built j or hindrance. Owing and very likely, they framing leimicity, convenience and picked over carernlly before- the pur- Lliia latter plan IK now chases were mad? All thr; men here will be mounted', the. lull quota of horses being 135. Air. ftjjcnt, has already turned over 80 head, "one carload coming from Cow- Icy and two from Pinchor Creek, the tolnl purchased yesterday being trans ferrod to" tlie battery-.this ihurning. Recruiting'-, is .proceeding rapidly at tho armoryc lor'tbe IBlh regiment of the Canadian Mounted' Hidest and will be concluded this afternoon. Col. Kcmrnis, Pincher Creek, who in command of.the regiment, Ma- jor Urown qt Cardstqn, m commnnd of "C" squadron, and Lieut. Pa received tho. recruits. today. Col. Kcmmla Is very well with Ihc manner ID which thc recruit- ing has brni riojic, anrl expresses hi: en Li re satisfaction witli thc men en- listed. TORONTO ARCHITECT "DEAD Toronto, Fob. Hefj- innId Stricftland, '-fcr many ycr.rs a ll-knnwn nronlo ufchitpct, died this morning at .Lnkpflclfl. Tivo .niiil twf.'.ilauglilor.s -sur- vive, one llnrry ai. Myt- ton of WMniilueif. its sinipli effectivenesr adopted, instead of the old fashioned, expen- sive, weakening, starvation process. In this connection it is Interesting tc note that nlnco the widespread use o.r biaurated magnesia was established many druggists have arranged to sup- ply it in ii [ir. tablets 2 or 3 oC which arc equivalent to a tcuspoonfui of the powder form and are much more con- venient to WHOOPJNG COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA TOUGHS CATAURH COLDS M f EILII79 mplc, sale andeffccilvc (reaimcni s. Vtporlicd Grenolece mops (henaroxysm Cough and relieves Spitmod: Croup 0.1 oner. 11 Is a boor, is sufferers Iron AEihmt. Theilrcurrylncihcinil'epifcvnpor, li iJciI wlih every brcaih, trcsihine caiy; mines ilie sore ihroat nd VB ftettil for ffnpfiur fwofrfri LD Dy VAPO-CHESOLEHE CO. xsvnlMnVUBa Pnrls, The offi- cial statement IISIH liccii issued here: "Tlic finance ministers of Great Bri- tain, France and Russia liavc met In Paris tc examine into tho financial questions gra'wiiiK out of the wnr. It is slated iliat (he three powers re- solved to unite their iimmcial as, well ns their military resources to curvy on tlie war to victory "With tlmt idcn they decided ro pro- pose to their respective goA'crnments that they share equally in tlie advaiic- m a tie., or 10 be made, to the coun- tries -winch are now fighting with them, or which miglit oc disiiosed to take the, Held shortly for the common cause. "The amount of these advances be covered both by special resources or the three powers and fay the Issue of a loan in tin; name of the three po'tvcrs, at tho rjrofjer time. The ques- tion of the relHiJona to be established ST. AUGUBTIX'S Corn- er Second avenue and EiglUh street. Hev. Canon Murrtl- Wright, rector. Mntiiis, 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at S a.m., and at the 11 o'clock: service on Lhe first Sunday of the month. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. The Rec- tor will conduct the services, as ubual. ST. CYPRIAN'S. Corner Eleventh street and Eighth avenue South; Rector, Rev. Canon W. V. Me- Sunday. February 7, Fifth Sunday In Epiphany: 11 a.m., Mattlns and Holy Communion, with sermon; 7.SO p.m., Evensong, with sermon; Rev. Canon McMillen will preach at bcth services. Sunday school and Adult, Junior Girls' and Junior Boys' (ages 14-18) Bible classes at 3 p.m. Sunday school "Ruth chooses the True God." Come to our Bible classes and hear tlio great Spiritual truths taught 'and discussed in a prac- tical manner. ST. MATIY'S Hev. C. H. Poplmm. rector. Holy Communion, a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon Tea. Coffee, Baking Powder, Spicea, Jelly Powders and Extracts. Purest and best. When in doubt use Blue Ribbon. We guaran- tee perfect satiifaction with all our pure food products. Old Friends are Best-Hamlin's ever 60 years in Crusty, reliabU! mado of tho finest and.moatcostly ma- teriaJo ever put into a liniment. Never injurious, always effective. Sendi its antiseptic healing oils right in where the pain for rheunmtiiin, aprnlnD, sore throitr cute, anthmn, cold on toe chest, etc. All drujtvistt. Famous dream bookffca. JVritf HAMLINS WIZARD OIL CO.. TORONTO Bromo b Quinine Cum Cold In One Grip in 2 Bryan. 11 a.m., special service ol'pray- er for peace. Junior 3.S. 2; Senior S.S. at 3. Evening service afc continuing the course ol "Campaigning In subject, "The Decisive Battle of the Campaign." All 'welcome. WESTMINSTER J. FIRST BAPTIST ing service 11 a.m Rev.'David Ross, pnator. Morning subject, "Heavenly music.'' Evening, "The (Land ol God." FIFTH AVENUE er Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street, between the issums banks or the three _gunflay school, 2 p.m. Service .at countries has been ihe object of a ape cial agreement "The ministers decided to make in concert ail purchases for thoir coun- tries frcm neutral nations. They Imve taken the- financial meas- ures to facilitate the Russian export trade, and (o restore, ns HS is possible, parity of exchange between Russia and tho allied notions. They also decided to meet again as circum- stances require. The next confer- ence be in London. '.Vacleod, Alia., I-'eb. S- Wan- der, romonnt piirclmscr: Dr. R. Dlythc, veterinary surgeon, and M. P. How- ard, clerk mid caeliicr. in town today fcr The oC purchasing military for the Canadian gov- ernment. Great intGrr.nt was taken flip sale by (he farmers, and over hundred head brouglii in. of which number fifty jiaascd the neces- tcsln HOfl ehnnged hands at pric- is Eaticfaetory to the owners. Thorp, are still n. large number of snllnhle horstii In Hie district and 'arniers for the Purclmslng Ot'fiupr to attend here nguio. and it is probable thai ho "'ill do so toivards thc end cJ'the menth. 0. V. Noli, manager of Hie Caim- I diun Unnk ol Commerce at- Sfailu, ''lias Lransfcrrcd to N'snCfl" ilrst Sunday of the month at 11 o'-jB pastor. Class-meeting, 10 clock service. Matins U a.m. Sunday I am .Arcrnfng service at 11 a.m., sub- school, 3 p.m. .Evensong, 7.30 p.m. of lh.e Soul." Children's BAPTIST eubject, "Killing Dragohe." serTlce, 7.30; subject, "Uopsided. Re- ligion." Pastor at both BerTlces. PENTECOSTAL. PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Unity Hall, 5th Ave., North. Sunday at 11 a.m. Remembering the Lord1! Death. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer arid Gofper meeting. Ererybodj- welcome. BELIEVERS North 3.15 p-ra. Rev. D, Hoag speaker. All welcome, PRESBYTERIAN A, H. Denoon. B.D. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and p.m. Boys' department of Sunday] school Other departments and i oaiemble on the Lord'i Day Tor adult BibJe cinss at 3. 'Chinese class J breaking of broad at H a. m, Sunday at 4. Full chorus choir at both aer- vlces. Ereryone cordially Invited. ST. Rev. A. C. school at 3 p..in. Goapel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible Wednesday 7.45 p. m. GHSTBAITLEfWAR CONTINUED FROM FRONT ed positions, wbere the? are attempt- ing to stem the ruth of the large Aus- forces. The Russian counter Mow on: the massed assaults of General TOO. Hlu- den burg's men is, to British the most interesting development oC the struggle In the ewU It owa tor (be nunaeiit of the in PnmiA, uid taken in Home autrtan to that they hive plATior UM role of merely holding their to west of Warsaw and are determine! on an effort to expel the Invaderi: The very life of those ESuUrn hiil; top gardens IE in the sealed Salad a package. None youngeet leaves this wonderful fcut the best ant are blended to form BAKER'SCOCOA Possesses All Three It is absolutely pure, conforming to all Pure Food Laws. It is of high quality, being made from choice cocoa beans, skilfully blended. Its flavor is delicious, because it is made without the use of chemicals, by strictly mechanical process that per- fectly preserves the appetizing NATURAL flavor of high-class cocoa beans. MADE IN CANADA BY WALTER BAKER CO. Limited MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASS. ;