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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAl'iK six THE L E T H K p n G G D A IL V H E R A M> SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915 John Fleming Wilson clingrln and norrow wore not ridicul- ous In John's "lly hnvo llio Kay baak ntfulti and It'll lie Tom Kano In tho cook ho auld vluor- ouiily. An hour lator, with the details iiim Tom had him (iirunirod In his ilntf, John throw hhnsulf inlu bod tu ,OIB the night throutfh. By special aj cmpnl for this -01 responding to i slaltnaiHB of "The Master Key. m now be seon at tho fhenl-r. Er s'.miiipenienl ivrlh the Unlvwruftl Film il'nnufaccurftip n Is nut onlv to "The MUSIT Key each week. bui also to pj--- tures llhieiriutiir our s'.atr at the Thomas il.oiifc-ht or two nnd pvilrt far her. causi- his inrincr. WilK- i.-.oughi he hail klMM Ijuck ami Wllkerfio'.i Is sci nal-te ot D. woman. Jo ,Injt engineer In vlv__ -A-.is letl, Is also flgin Ins1 'pocrei which Thoma.t with him to Ills crave. JDAJX DARN i-iurej forth in nhece Harry hsr ami r.tr iQQ-id pi-nii- Jrm [Jie outcome of his w ild jAiKlinjf uj possession of K-jih OiUlon's precious Tier harxi- bfvinf and crjel lace clouded f'.ow IT rath, and she her white. F-'or oils thing, M-S. D.ir oc Uie. Physical luxury w; .-he goal i smhilion. iSa price s !fte: on her Mill. The dull purroiind- her. 'i'T milting ha: So when he nine :n. v.-.i'.id "Tr.ka me r- v.oii't slay TO WHlieraon (rinrhed. 'I'm sorry, ij-asped. "but Era lie ir.--.oe ;i o: J iv hole afTair, Darnsil str-ppei} S.yaleTlcal walS about Parted ai He raturntd fcer 3ooV: (leflar.Uy. "I'd navsr had ID do LfcjB von bad aid essayed a smile. your-part Tone fi-SO. ,icd "SOL I he said. In an auempt at a-j eft me mine. papers sbe TVSLS in yjiir charge.'" J jesliflff tone. "Tt's il! thai mE.n -3-3 said. 'But ihere is no nfee in cry-j ''Hov.- is ii HJseraon j nid V.IUMI she had finished. "lie i ivindanr. It in- over what can't be (said, as il to himself. "Ton go: your rV.ilHr lo iiim suprr- j H-i peered do Ar moment Drake pre- sentinjc himself siilienl.1. lie had aJ- I "Far ssse. man. tie quiet." isady received H t'om- j whis-perfrd Pel-. one knoivs nia piirnects on his here ami I'm On the square now, too." and lie eipecled noihiEp less frum Tutun [lolire d (To bo [CHURCH SERVICES Faces as as A Summer's Day Arc Possible if stuart'o Calcium Waf- erg Are Used fur a Snort Tlmu After Each Modi, .Mirny Jiuvc 'been hoard to say Ihul llicy lined crcaiiiG and lotloim lor yoiiPB witliouL effccl, yot after or of StuiirL's Wnfors their complexions IVUIT pcrluclly clem1, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST ci-umcii en? CHHIST SG'IKN'i'lST Hull Uluclc, Seven III ii tier L. Service at eleven u. m. iicsilny evening U'sLimony meeting, K p. in. 'flit- rCiititiif; room, is to even DHL' every day iroiu Llirco to live in. I'jveijone is cooliully invited to nU'ciul. CHRISTADELPH1ANS the Moost- HaU. Iliginboiliiiiii iJIocii. 5th sueeL south mul 2ml! fivi'jiuu south. Wpilni.stlays nl 8 p.m. f Uiule I'Jass. Sundays at'3 m., to j j ronmicmoiatti ilir l.unl's iH'alh, mill 7.an ,11. pnu'lrtiiii Lhc i (ifiinjis of Uiu [viiiKtioin oi' (Joti. Suli "The Ureat Alternative: Dentlt. Syduoy T nniFiortl, speaker. All free. coller.lioii. "I Got Rid of Blackheads In a Jiffy b> Usiny Stuart's Calcium deed: Without n wurd Dorr len-ped to the ;re escape. He looked ilrs. Darnell. He ready iu ihe conspiracy. Jeaji'j QuJck JiLsiirit1; j slia ins'tanUy sir.r.ed on mi-rmured" "You poor lifrr' all about V.'hen ha hr.d his the raorning's erneriencea, with much emphasis an the and his nar- escape Irani Wali'a dfrn. alia loalicd at Iiim LhouichtfnKy. schepia. grinned Wilkersun. t know you, old We'll jiisi 50 10 sunie nice mine and Then! up. itrhtied I'.MII .tiif "e mr bad Ruth: but I am here tw tui d I'll SKI busy w i til Everett iu flnisii tip lUirt ive'il EOOn be "But Lhcn. icaclc at the mine :ind have ,jo- No on i slight llgure was mounting -silentJy lovurd the roof. another instiinl John had line pln.ce lie answered her and su donfn and raik over clfi limes." j ihe situation at ihe pleasantly. as inev as lie could; lier were bmllv H, nbout remarked waikeil on. "But I've sot a da; Key tha.r. I'm pro Letted Pell, nvisenbly. demanded TViUieraoii. "Since when his nuy Vso ytur it- Force wiiii't avail ling siiorl. TTi monev on iheia and to fir.ri the old joiher looe (he Mai your to cjo better. Tbi" isn't the desert lime U get- nave those id raise die iiiQug-h plan to tire :1 the cliaiifieur to drive heai the shop Dint district, janil while Ruth spent several IIOUTB in _ ___ ___ __._ __. __. fv-plciilshinjj har John sat hi been workinc? Answer! Binccithe ir_xi and attnlied chinjra out. But she (he wta broke." laag'heJ' loudly'. Ihe wza continually setins Wilderson's "1 out here to live on the Idark beloro hini, before they And mus: white with fear. hlniscl; out on Ihe iidder and tvLis irlimbint. rapidly .irter the XnoTCn housebreaker. He paid no at- tention u. Ruth's t'ry atler him, -John! John! Don't go after him. He'll liurL you.1" Helplessly sue pefcreu tiut oT the window asirt saw the two fignrea going' stvlflli" ipTi-ard tho crtst or tho building. The seconds seemed hours aa shfi watched. Then she saiv John slumble and catch lumself. ThiiL de- cided her. She picked up her skirts and steppe-d out on tha platform -her- self. Then she svrunE har- pieaded the other, his, foxHfce face e turned en the hotel he htd i_______________.......___ _ ed 10 find v.'hcre he and what j menccd to climb upward. She i the lor- [he -vag doing-. bark pn ?L "While Rulh -n-cnt lo her room For a lonjr moment tha of stood in silence. Tnon IVilkerBOn smiled 33.rdonlcaJtj.. "All rlrlit. Joc-n; I tiHk I -undar- stand you. Til what I- can do dej-. Firat. I most find, out a fty thlripr. DraJta tad I -will ga toffethet." "Thanhs." tho younjr rriftn, dryly. "I nave -notion, tht.; Toi atoor I'eJ up with vour pJacB uid plbte." Before WiOterscm roppmri trith Hie bitter raoroaftiia ready luis lips, Mrt DarntU laterpoeed, curb- ing- her own paruly teinper. KJfl. at suddenly aojt eyas, Just how you' fiftl. it thine tn ol us. 1 Irusrafl you su. iT 76u full rne g-eatura QE pltftdinfi. saa cajna closer to him wfcf "JLnd" i gotefi to i e ftooii. Jor? Tot: Jn with hie Ih2f tlc-j.-' 'fo business. .dfjicd' the other.. "My Henry now. Don't call me JftOL" rt tmjoo. v belp Hsury -here with oJl of propoetercHis That OTM of _ _________ HiBlly. Now, I want to ezplain iffy lit- [them.1 i aha iaai nur-ly did hadn't aa she Trould be. at 'the door "John riorT_ls e. stunifi "WJIker- brake ic. nmre Juci that's hedpert hUn to far. Nubodv Harrr WViheraon and ?ot sway Trtth iL Old Tdm GaiJon 1ha.f owU" Darncfi abuiced hiiri. iurqed to DraJie. mt." uxigvd ajain. "t know H good, sale plan in view." out on Etfake com pan M, IT'S tead into Atrll lower of uvwn. Busy hi4 thmieWa, and shaken from ku of etc- raomhiff did nflt noUce that WHbemn was 6u the lookout Mr aonworia. or slopped to ttUnk. die an old acquaintance and curled OD iow- voiced ocnvereaUob, oi wukih nothing esceot nuns and muaily hanta zraiiDd Adaort pocl 'TOOBI." rejoined him "Wtiare la noir scheme and my the reply. "It'll be plain from now They croaesd city Treat lip Turk street, welWng- more and mere wly a.11 whtle. Presently Wilk _ propoalUon, "Things 100 hot ior you rid f03l Weil. I never paJ, did j. 9wn? And I'm back on j-ou I'm out on the !ron ladder and comV ihe thief reach the coroJce and crawl ____ ._ ____ jver. then John. She'StruBgled on up. ot jroin.sr Tur dinner Jotin In the lobby bruising her tentier hands :o pu: i'C'M in the way of m aft In- aeme cair.." did r.d corapleicd his plans. _ observe a slender, quietly drowned At this point they turned Into a 'young man a verr pj.ie face, who ciSH GiBBt and or- -.sauuiercc In aud out" ivli'.i an occa- coaee :ill around- TFSian siKiiai trip to tlie stxr.d in light a Ii Henry Sad been eeri-ed were Jra lniro.ducd DreJtc and Bell, and re- to PcQ Is knflwn ae slickest aian tbac loi'-a -I ain't th and tean faca.h'eJd'-a preasitm on ii -r 'd do a turn for" ipbie ei- But i Jrlehd, ai there's 1 into the The had spent ths di-.y goins frcm hotel rods. Then shs realized that there TVBS an-, other on the ladder bfiov.' her. She lost her gnu and (ell; surely it tht coplny and into the air choked up IQ Dorr: "Are yon panted Dorr, letllng his holj relax. this momeui Ruth came uut nl her stupor and ran up to them, fol- owed up by an old man. who had ;ilti come up [ho flre escape, out, then "Are Ruth cried hurl, "Ruth'" he g-aa on ths form behin "Tom d. Tben his eyes lit and heshmitei, o- _ lyuja LiuiiK inn must be some accomplice or tho thief. swmiy Lho street L-I_ nmu ,in fha Inrlilftr aniiiij kuu aucci. ihon Q5Bin in terrnr she cried shrilly, By this lime ihe tumult had at true-. ted aUei'ttlon In the and a halJ dozen employes and ihe house detective emerged from tho demand an explanation. John started to explain, looBening1 hi) hold on ihe rhlef, -when tbu latter, with a quick twlaL of hb body, freed IiJniselr and darted mray, Dorr atier him instantly. The chase TI-QB n short one. John caught him near edge oi' tho roof, lackled him low and they craahetl doivn toeelher. The thJe? put lip B furious figh't, managlntr to get on hii feet aealii in spite of his captor's ef- forts to hold him dll help came. Seeing .he TPBA about to eaccpc htm, Johi made one last desperate ffrapplt caught him fairly and threw him heav Ity, but not -upon tho roof. On wittingly they had got to the very edge of the, roof In tholr frgfrt and Pel flunp clean InSo the air to fal, ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Kcurtli :tv- eimu :iinl Tontli.street. llcv. Fiithcr Hose til li.il. uaslor; HL-v. Fr. Mluwu- SttQdnl service. I'asy (u iiinlprstaiicl why. Creaitis and loi kms only gel at llio surface. whiln Hluiiri'K Calcium Wnffirs yo into the blood ;LIK( iiisttiud of a sluggish dt'jiosiL in Hit; skin Uie im- IJUritioH Unit cuuso akiu disoases are an in die perspiration thai Is K-brnary M. to celebrate oshalecl Ifirough pores in iho form Hov. t'aihcr HcsttiUlKtllof invisible You'll never Imvo the coiiBreKHliun ii( n K00il t-omjilexion wftiiuut pure blood. ,n and High but yon positively will have a line. Camlk'iuus. will iiittlrcss Cliiltiruu's .Mas; ____ _.......... JIuss at 11 a.m. Vespers at p.m. two iars he hed ycu hive JiefBon weni on fMntly. but sienirie know your }i forget riariapt ab'i "I'll deliver them chcr-s It's just in your "But when'" other. "iiy cried Ihe deteotlva run- nlnff up mid peering ovar. "You h. killed him.'" It took some lime to make matters dear; still longer for tho detective is himself o? Ihe truth of John's ts.i officers from the had E-rrlved, caUed bj the _T policeman on iite beat. To them, also Dorr had to icil his story. "Well, the fellow was a. o-otik a.11 ie conceded the aerffCTint, "for ha cocaine on him and a ehind one i had plenty or r the fire little Jimmy." "We'd better see What he pot, it said the detoctfve sergeant. ored. Gould he be killed? She cried "He may have ta' again, "JohnJ." she "but She stood directly in the way the papers." man mejdnz tor the ladder and he i we'll have paused ai ol that eerit> flgure. The papers." responded hseltailon was fatal to purposo- amiably. Dorr darted across ihe roof and j "WTien the officer" had 51 grasped for him. With a turned anil gre-Lntl tho cook of ,he t'nieC leaped over a skylight and i the Master Key with unfeigned a.ffec- taJten other thin all I caw looh-eto the drtec P611 flicsed his C.'.HO Into j commenced to run hither and thither, rlan end Urnod. rait too, undls- seni ths-y Jliat waJic down the f thft with you. while, but and I-can axpialn a little mare clearly." Jfesa tliat she .he. Ho, i a. short meal of'It. Tn j they sat ar.d'tailed a Jltn'.e .ttnlly P.uUi hsd to con- ______ i The outcome was that half an hour.' "Of course you said John, rc- Pell took flSty dollars advance j pentantly. "I'll take you right up anit erson stopped t doorway, __j noi.91 cgui 'ram TViltoraon and promlaed to re- tWe papers for him. Before they tarttA, tnt Utter made several little lokes -which DiE-Ue could not the joint of, kut -which geamed to make Pell rfck wjth terror. "TTho IB that fellow" DraKe _, do- tianded ae ther re ta mine to their Harn WilkerEon laughed bitterly. The hotel worker and seoond- Btory man in he replied 'But he's lost liig nerve." John Dorr and Ruth JUBt it was that she found her- self asiln In tht aame the turn you over to your maid. that, i don't Jluth aenrA a. familiar voice Jnjln C1 belilni her sa.yinj.r. 'Til he dad-blamed! "-sne will K! on to roll over to- dreara or liia; horriblp Iwlr'1 tho eJEe cr thc roof- horrible w Bh- murmured, sliudder- Johtl nim- new danger ap- (paJled the she wfltoheci with fae- "Don't let thai worry he said j "I have a room riirht rant help I'll near yours you be there." "After all, it's ridiculously early Lc go to bed. so 1'or a. ride some Dorr laughed and agreed. On thc-Jr return ihe clerk hgnderl John a note addressed i over whfch iras a BiKn, and Pool." Drake walled for him tBl he camn out, which was almost Immedi- her terrible eipt id morninff. But John hud hurried ir into e. cab. ordered it driven to the Manx quickly made airangemcnis for fluih to occupy his room a' maH to look after her. my clothes she have Lrjld I hand. Ii> lore It upen, of the nlsht I content? and turned" tir Ruth. at i eye: Ja.Jm Dorr waa well out of iy this time and knew his was a desperate struggle, top, Mjft 'thief was fifihUng lor Ills freedom and possibly hie lift. So DOJT, settled dov.'n to hold he left har doo rude recoiled. he stammered. Wilkcrson smiled cruelly, hu The other repealed thi ftnd went on, "Are you here? "Why you His dread was so evident tnat TJrRke topped at him curfoualy. It was what s. number queer ac- Jutlntanccs Wllkersbn had and how eepjy moat of them seomed to fe-ir 'blra. He listened Intenlly lo his com- panion's drawllnp- (ones. :TeB.'I'm Harry WiUfersDii. I waa Jeoklnr for you, Pell.1 out arul chen we'll go woe the rejolnuer. With the help of the maltl and the housekeeper Huth was presently made presentable for the Hireot and John, in dry clothes and none Uto worse tor his ducking, met her In the lobby. I have engaged a taxi by the he told her. "I think It Will rest you here "JTe came while we and Jett this for me.'1 face lit tip H-ondcri'uliy. him i Henry on the otliar hand, precisely his plight antl aaw c.taciness whyt would happen t unless he escJijicd the hURe arms that ried Iiim down. He gradually worked I himself nearer and nearer to the ea- I cape IiLddes1- If he could once get lil-i .nds on those Iron rails and awlnfi strcnffth ebbed und is he? "I do TVIiire is ?ne de- j himself over, }iis assailant mujst ip want to see "him." iftWj' cither Irt or drop over.. "Right here in tha John JJuL the of. a second man piled. "I say, nuiii, just ?snci i ripnt in front cf the liider, is he PRT- c-jme lo ycur room csivsd his blurred ren- ord up awhilu, then we twlk and you flnd (jut ail the news" AI her dour he left her with a hasty, "Til he right in as zia Tom cornea, lluih.'' "All BOB called back, and Qpc-nsd Jier door as he opened more to get Iho fresh air and dlff Shc paused on the threshold at the around In the ehops among the pret- "iffht v.Mthin. A lall man In a liRhi tics than it will to brood In your own mask was delving into the and room." Ruth htBitaterl shyly. "But I have o monfcS'i John.'" ho Bald blankly, and then a .houeht came lo him- litre I (im carrying; around a lot of the ranch money which T was going: to turn over lo you. I tiered that hopt out' or the ueetlon- In desperate fury he kicked Dorr violently, tore one arm Inogn Qjid drove his bony fis-t like n bullet Into John's thront. This lorted Dorr for the moment to let lilm KO. Pell rushed swiftly toward the ladder. He was halted by the sight ot a perfectly level gun held In the hand ot a. mun who evidently kne-.v how to ufie It. He darted back and ____ .John caUKht him again, this time with rummaging tmong htr pacers and be- la well directed blow thai felled him. his longings. At the of nor ho j A second later the thief was helpless, quickly thrust a bundle of papers into {lying almost ai the very edge, of tho Mi pocket and slipped tr.ward the rouf. lie was trapped and he Itnew open window. Then Ruth understood, ii. was but one thlnff to do, i JonkeJ at ills r-jsi hands. "Thdy me liuth her room ami when sot I foiin-.f tin; and :he window open and 1 looked tful 1 saw her clinib- and-heard her cali'Jiy. So I Just 'jijjntcred up "Well." eald John, "o.s Ruth saya, shn hap a tliousand things to tell yon and meanwhile we'd better he 'Indtng uti! Just what that thief did get." Half an hour later r.uth Ino'rtcd "P at with tears In her eyes, "ThsrpapcTE arc truly she sa.10 quietly. "Well, they shan't dn tnybody any John said comfort Ingrly, "and 'now tha! we havn the t'nlnf j expect we can dig out ot him ivha. he did v.-tth them. Don't worry.'" They said good-night and llGT quite cheered up. When her door closed John said briefly, "Come Into my room, iJde turned on tho SALVATION ARMY Services are lieia n thu Citadel, Pifta street, HS lollows: Sunday, 11 a.m.. Holiness mreCnn: 3 p.m., arid 7.3U, Salvation niPcLing. msu.fi: Moiiauy, s p.m., iiublu led by Biaters; U'ednesdaj1, 8 p.m., Soldiers' neetlug; Thiiradar. S p.m.. Salvation meeting. Citadel bind In attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., tm and cAfy meetlnir. LATTER DAY 3AINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER 1UV SAIXTS-Carncr ol Scvrntli Aviv .nnJ 12th street. 10.30 Sunday school '2. p.m. sacra- ment Visitors always wcl- Bishop fico. Green, 1016 Second Ave. S. IMioiic 1193. LUTHERAN ST. PAUr.'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C, Grant, minis- ter. Sunday, February 14: Norwegian services at 11 Sunday school at ji.m.. English services at Rc- eai-sa) on Wednesday nigut. February 14: German service will Le lield at tlie parsonage, 710 Sixteenth street North, nt 11 a.m. Rev. H. J. pastor. In Ihe afternoon Ger- man services at Coalhurst, nnd in the evening at 8 p.m. English services will be held in Monarch. METHOC1ST WESLEY a.oi., Child- ren's topic, "Abe Lincoln's Birthday." Sermon, "Buying up Opportunities." 'A p.m., Bible school mid Adult classes. I 7.30 p.m., "One Hundred Years of Peace Between. Great Britain and the United States." Rev. G. H. Cobble- dick, paslor. .Morning untliem. ''Eye Halli Not Seen" (Bym tenor Mr. AV. CadnilL Evening anthem, "Hark, Hark, My Soul" (R. contralto solo, Mrs. Johnson. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN J. B. PickeJ, pastor. Bible school at 10.30. Alorning aervice, 11.30. Evening ser- vice, 730; subject, "Peace" The pas- tor will be In the puJjrift at Jjoth ser- vices. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S er Second avenue and Eighth street. Rev. Canon Murrcl-Wright, rector. Matins, It a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 3 a.m., and at. the 11 o'clock Bervice on tho first Sunday oi tlie month. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. The Rec- or wil'l conduct ihe services, ae usual. ST. MARY'S C. -I, Pophani. rector. Holy Communion, a.m. and Chornl Eucharist on the ;frst Sunday of the month o'- :Jock service. MatiT ii m. Sunday school, 3 p.m-.' Evensong, 7.30 p.m. STyf C-Yt'RIAN'S 11 oventh street and Eighth avenue South; Rector, -Rev. Canon McMillen February 14, Sixth Sundaj n Epiphany: 11 a.m.. Matins anil loly Communion; 7.30 p.m., tivensong lev. Canon McMi'Ilen will preach at )oth sen-ices. Sunday school, Adult, Tunior Girls' and Junior Boys' Cages .4-18) Bible claoses at 3. p.m, .Bible loss lesson, "Samuel Called to be a 'rophet." BAPTIST FJRST BAPTIST Lay, U a.m.: "The Century of Peace fietween'the British Kmnire and the Jnited speaker, Jlev. D. Rnss. v'oon, Sunday school and Adult Bible lass: Peace service; brief ta'iks by Carson and -.Vir. A. R Uiinlop. preacher, Hev. D. llcss; sub- ject, "A New Outlooh.1' FtFTfl AVENUE er PifMi avenue and Eighteenth street. sclicol, a p.m. 3.15 p.m., Rev. D. Ross: Peace coiriuiemoradon service. PRESBYTERIAN A. H.'Denoon, B.D. Services toJiiorrovv at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. coiniMexion ii you use SLu- urt's Calcium Wafers. They conliilu HO poisonous drug of any liinil, arc perfectly liannlesa antl be taken with absolute freedom, id Ihpy work almost like mngic. uni Sulphide, their principal Ingredi- it, is the greatest blood-cleanser Iu science. Xo mailer linw .bad your skin may he. stunrt'E Calcium Wafers will ivork ivunders ivllli it. Il's ;iiy lo ihluckheadG. pimples, acne, raali. oczernu and a dirty "fllleil- up" comple.viou. Von can get a box of fciiuart's Calcium at any drusj siore ;ii SO eeiiLK a box, and yon will iiositively delighted with their wonderful eifecl A small sample package mulled free by addressing F. A. Stuart Co., 17-S Scuart Bids.. Mar- shall, at 4. Full chorus cliolr at botjj ser- vices. Everyone cordially invited ST. Pastor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. 11 a.m., special service com- mcmoratitiK 100 years of peace he- fweeu Great Britain and the United Stfttes. Junior S.S, at 2; Senior S.S, nl 3. Evening service at 7.30; subject, Homesteads ot the Bible." J. B. TraiicjE, pastor. Class-meeting, 30 a.m. Morning service at 11 a.m., sub- ject, "One for One." Children's sub- ject, "Doing Nothing." Evening ser- vice, 7.30; subject, "The Covered Grain." Paster at both services. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Hall, ath Ave., North. Sunday at 11 a.m- Remembering the Lord's Death. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Gospel meeting. Everybody welcome BELIEVERS Burgmann'e Hall, 41S Thirteenth North assemble on the Lord's Day 'or the breaking oi bread 11 a- m. Sunday :l_onl at 3 p. in. Gospel preaching at, 7.30 m. Bible reading, Wednesday 7.4n p. m- cook nn3 asked briefly. ytfu here, Tom? What's' the maltar At department of Sunday I school 2. Other (iepartmenCa the adult Bible class at 3. Chinese: class FERN1E TO RECRUIT 100 FOR THIRD CONTINGENT Ferule, B.C., Feb. Joseph McKay, officer commanding this regi- mental district, has "just received in- structions to recruit 100 men for tlie .lilrd. contingent, and he expecta to begin his work Monday next. 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