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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^AGE SIX THE LET"1*-BUIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1916. Ribbon Coffee Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Has your luoi'iiiiii* vn\^ of coiYco ;i full rii'l) tlnvor luu! tlmsiasm and IhpMajov-CU'iipiitl nu-uaally looked for a laigc attcndniitf at the Just perfovimvncp in the Ottawa jiitiioiiries. lie was paihwl  and savpriscd wlicn perhaps twenty per cent, of the honorary eoloheife turned up. most o( them lute, thouKli puue-' tuality i.s tlio first virtue ot a sol-! dier. Of course Sum told the eolouils what he thought of thetu-and let mu I remark rinht here that some of Sam's I thoughts will fry csrs-but thalj didn't increase the nuinber of those present. Tlu> Major-CU-neral was pu/,-i zle(i to account for Die chauRPofj licart in the warlike colonels. Uook-i inR about he espied two shorthand j reporters. \ "Wliat ale you here for he asked shar|>h. 'I'll tal>e iIoHn (he li-cluvc, (iener-! al." one ci them replied. I �'.^o that's it," Haid Sir Sam, his eyes snapping.'"Vou fellows gel out ol liere : This isn't � blue hooK we're j .tettiug up. lt'.� a Iralninp course. If those blaukely blank blighters up on 111'' Hill Waul to leant they'll come: here and listen." The Major-tieneral's' easlP eye had penetrated the ruse. The colonels; reckoned to do their training be Man-i s.\rd, so to speak, � methw! which; (i(ics not iiivt)lve physical exertion and j is naturally favored by parliamentary ; colonels, who arc not accustomed to early risinsc. Hesides what's the use i of learniiiK to right-about-face when 110 colonel ever thinks of lurniiis!; his hack on the enemy '? Still there is jsomeihin!; in the view Major tieneral � � Sam takes of it-namely that l>ou- : i orarv colonel should be tauirht how : to avoiil fallmi; over himself. ! The main lea.son i'ur (lie lack of in-I tcresl in Oeneral Sam's trainiii;.; course lor parliamentary colonels is alwav.s fall for aiivlhing in the shape to be found in \V. K. Slaeloan's le- are as gallant in the tiel(! as ^ i,.jn British stratecv up. Genius will they are on the plaiiorm the war have full scope unliampereil bv precc-will not last long. ,lent. In other words our lire will not The enemy, ma.idciied bv their' be put out by too much fuel and '^^}ceciles, will retreat in licadloug pan- Uiings will i;rl along a g"od deal belie. .\nylhing to get away from that ti>r. bl,:stiiig elo. Iticidentallv it' 1 beg \V. V.'a pardon if 1 have would take the fat oft' quite few of'Mrclched his point, hut that is what the prominent t rgcrs, iniprovr their, I took out of it and that is certainly Gel a 10-cent bUK now. You men ami women who can't get li'elin!>; right-who have lieadaclif. coated tongue, bad tusie and , foul breath, illzzlneas, i'an't ."Jleep, are bilious, .nervous ami upset, botlierotl with a sick, .i^assy, disordered stom-iich. or have a bad cold. .\re you keeping your bowels clean with Cascavets, or merely forcing a GOOD SHOWING Uucdelt, Keh. 11.-In the report of the Canadian Red Gross Society jtist issued it will he noticed that the ladies of the Soldiers' .Aid made a gooord' (Roberts);Rvening Anthem: "Sav-oiir AVheu Night Involves the .Sky" (.Shelby) Big Sisters Class at Vi:M p.m. Big BiSsthers' and Boys' Deparimeul of the Smulay school at "J p,m,; Other dopurtnieuts ;u :;, ('liin'.'sc Class at I p,m. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicol, M. A., HeguUiv Services- inornlni,' and even-ius. Sunday School at 2 and 3:15 p.m. RIETHODIS'r Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 ANNUAL MISSIONARY DAY ANGLICAN St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and Bth St, 3. , IVKCTOU Rev. Canon Murrell-Wcight, M. A. . .No service iii, s ii'dock . tomorrow; morning. Matins-nt 11 a.m, Evensong-At. 7,;hi p, ni, Sunday School-^.Al 10 a,m. St. Cypriun's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W.. V. McMillcn, B.A., ' Rector Communion at 8.30 a..m �> Matins, 11 a.111. Sunday School and Bible Classes 3 p.m. . lOVt^nsong 7.;!0 Holy Communion-.1st and linU .Sun: days at 8,30; and'and Ith Sundays' nt 11 u,m,  Baptism-111) Sundays at 4 p.m. St. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street .C, N. Holy Communion - Kvory. Sunday morning al .S a.m. Choral Eucharist on tlio and i'.rd Sundays oi' the month at 11 a.m,, and on all High KestlvnIs. '*Doural.'6Ht;ncr^E�d"Lnion ^m^l "']'" ""'^ preach Morning and Evening | Sunday School and Adult Bible Chiss at ;i p.m, Kveiisoug at 7,30. .Music. Jlornlug: "Consider and Hear Jle" (Pfleuger); Solo Pte. W. ,K, Stott. "Lord. 1 Hellevo" (Cympaon") Kvening: "O Saviour of Ihe World" iGoss) Solo, Misa Dawson "Father. Omulpoteiit, Protect , as We Pray Thee." - ; Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor JO a.m. Children's Class Meeting. It a.m. Children's Service: distribution of Prizes followed by regiilnr service. Men's Own; Speaker, Mr. Forster, Subject: "A Substitute for the bar" T:;'.0 p.m. Regular Service. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, HIginbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South BAPTIST First 13aptist Church Rev. D. Ross, Pastor II a.m. "A Death Knell and a Gospel"' Xoon: Hible School nnrt Adult Clttss. T.MO p.m,: The Picture of Dusseldorf. Services wil bo held in the Church Auditorium CHRISTIAN I'.egina, .Sask., Feb. 10.-Shortly after ten o'dnc'c tonight Mr. Hrad- iig, plumbing, cooking. f other crafts artillery stung him in the rear. Col-' in the followitii; form , | industries, oiiel Hugh Clar'Ke would tell one ot "John Krnesl Hradshaw, a member! He his funny stories and thus cause the of this iegislativo assemblv, has been'""'', enemy's western front to laugh it- cr3ditablv iniormed and verily be- these Iho I^ord's Death and at .7.30 p.m,, to proclaim the glad tidings of tho IvihgUom of God, ! Subject: "Do the Scriptures teach and. That all the Human Race Will be onel Hugh Clar'Ke would tell cue ot "John Krnest Hradshaw, a member' He lias experts to help him, natur-1g'KA.TS FKKl!:. NO CGLLKCTION �' hut he must know something of! _--:---- __________....._....... _............^ these things if lie is to guide and'i S5lf to pieces. Colonel Sir .Jam Aik-;iiBVOs: . la'Ke advantage of experts, ens would shatter the Kaiser's army I "(1) That j, number of the Liberal I And when he has fought his battles, with one of his perorations which are; luembers of this assemblv were bribed und defeated his foe, he must he an j respomlence, unless thr enemy is pre-; always highly explosive. Colonel in December, ifll.'J, to oppose , gov- expert in both military and intcrna-i vioiisly warned to wear respirators, j would throw himself at the foe ernmeni bill U. abolish the bar, in- tional law, and he must be a good i pin were xvinning the Boer War. This will complete the rout. .Vfter all this i is fair lighting. The Germans cannot I expert to pursue a campaign of j frightfulness without reprisals in ; kind. Though humanitarians mav oh-I ject to this use of the Hulton " Cor- i the weight of opinion is that :Major; -his object being to have the splin- Irodiiced to tiic assemblv Wn Decern-, disciplinarian and a good diplomat, 1 General Sara is justified on the; ters pierce the brain. Colonel Hilly her, l9i;i. .ground of public policy. . j Northrup would blind the enemy with; -'(2) 'I'hat large sums of monev ' It must not be imagined that alii his chain-lightning waist-coats. were paid to Liberal members of th'e jibe .strategy in the , Hou:se of Com-! Of course Captain Ham. Burnliam ' said assemblv (a) bv applicants for iiions i?. conluied to the silver-grey cu-; has a scheme of his own. It is based " pola of .Alajor-General Sir Sam; on his skill as an interrupter. In the Hughes, No, the colonels have it too, j thick of the battle with the .lack Lntil recently the colonels were sat-j .Johnsons hurtling through the air Quality Absolute islied merely to l>e brave, but now ';they want to plan campaigns and I work out victories. Not so long ago I it took as many as six strong men i lo hold one full-sized colonel back. He ; wanted to be at ihcir throats, he j did. He'd show 'em, so he would. His 1 friends would plead with him not to ' lose his temper and kill all llic Germans at once. They would point out that it was his duu Ivcjuor licenses in order to secure same (b) by lii(uor licensees for campaign funds. "(3) That at flie direct instigation too, for he has not only to restrain his Q\Mi soldiery, hut he has fo .sec that he and his country are not overreached bv the diplomatic .skill of their ailversarv. And abrivc all, he has to be .. human individual, and not a highly-skilled machine, so us to overcome the liimian elfmeiil in the composi- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist , Hull Block, 7th. Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meeting at 8 p.m. UKAUING aOOJi OPJ.ii(. Prayor and The Word. ' THUIISDAY->,; apcclal waiting upon God (or tho; Uaplism of Ihe Holy tihosl, A H1$AUTV WKLCO.MW TO ALL SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. Sunday-ir a.m.. Holiness i\Ieotlng-; :'. i),ni, Prnlao -Meeting and 7.30 Salvation illeotliig'. Week Nights-Monday, S. p,i\j, Puli-Ha .Aleeling, led by Sisters. Thursday, .S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. ,' Saturday, H p.m., free aiiU easy muctiiig. liELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Ilollevers uBsemble on the Lord's Day for tlio Breaking oC Bread at Jl H,m, Sunday School at 3 p,m. Gospel Preaching nt 7,;iO p,m. Bible fleading Wednesday, 7,45 p.m, The snowtall for the mcuitli has not I monUi packed the snow vcrv hard, been great, there being only live  or ]-'ehruary has started m with four tbeir ..�ivinr:^..f. ' ' ' , Was the ;i7lh, when the ttmneratur'c six inches-of snow on the goiitral lev- zero days but h"', . .a'"', by the govrrnmept on vai'jousi pre-;-----------------�---� ' ---- ~ ~^ tended contracts for roadwork dur-l ing the years ]'.iV.i, Ifltl and i(ll.''>,i and for which no road work was done. '"I'll tlie einl iii adetpiately and impartially investigating ihe ,said charges he it resolved tliat this jiouse, acting through the first niiiiisttr or act- � iug lirsi minister, do humbly petition i His Honor U, S, Lake, ricutcnaut-i !;ovcrnor of .'^, lo ap- � point a royal conimissioii composed i;f judges of this province to thor- ioughly invest i',';a1;' the said charges and all niultrrs r.^latiiig lo the same,  and to icpori the evidence lo this i liiiu.s." froii! t iiiie |o lime." j Hon. A. 'l'mj;i^;u, atlorney-',jeiirral, ^ spo'.ic brir.lly on Hie (inestion. :\lr. Turgeon went fully into the various : charges nui-ie, pointing out that, as la matter of fact, lliere was no charge ; made at all. .Ml tht^ resolution did contain were certain things which the mover had been creditably uilorined and believed. Not a Single member was imined, not a single tact was cited ; everything was belief ou >Ir, Bradshaw's ^)art. .Mr. Turgeon asked what the house would think if, as attorney-general, lie went before a court and jury and asked for a trial oi someone ini the charge that someime had committed a murder or something. The case was paralli:'. Who were the iiiemberK liriliml v with his belligerent soul has not been suiliciently noticed in the newspapers. ICnowing the determined men he had to deal ^vith ".Major-Gencral Sam inaugurated aii officer's trainin.e; course for honorary' colonels in narliameul. H was his idea that it might houseful to them to become actiuainted with their own tei't which many oi them had not si'en for years. The eoloiifls reei'ivi'd tlie idea with cii- Tbc waste material whiili Uic Kidneys are intended to remove from ihe blood, if ahovved to accumulate in ihe system, poison the blood ami thui produce deleterious elluct.s. If from over-work, exposure lo cold, or 5oniu local injury, ihe kidneys become congested or inflamed and cuunoc perform their functions, the system l>ccoines filled witJi uric poisons. Whenever a dull, heavy pain is felt orcr the region of the kitlneyij for any length of time, accompanied by u sallow complexion, lors of appetite,' ilecroase of weight, and a pudy condition under the eyes and in the ankles, u chronic inflammation of the kidneys must be suspected, and if net relieved propiptly clironic Drigbt's Disease will certainly develop. Abbey's E/Tervc-scent SaJt, sold everywliere at 25c and 60c which is a Diuretic aa well as an .aperient, will carry out of the system tho poisonous material which the kidneys cannot j?et rid of, and 'will relieve the conKCbiiou of the kidneys, t Sold uy, J, D, Hia'nbotham & Co,, Limited Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-Califqrnia: Exposition, San Diego, 1915 Baker's :ast Cocoa The Food Drink Without a Fault Made of high-gradfe;cocoa beans, skilfully blended and manufa<;tured.'by a:'perfect mechanical process, without the use of.chemicals; it is absolutely pure and whoje-some, and its flavor-is daiicious, the natural flavor of the cocoa bean. . MADE IPf CANADA BY WBXieic Baker & Co, Limited - JliiaLiijhd 1780 MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASS. 70 ?310 ;