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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915 TUB LE'tHRRlDGE I) A IJ, Y HERALD PAGE FIVE Sunlight Soap cuts Monday's labor clean in half. The Sunlight way is so easy note. First you soap the garment; then roll it up to soak. After a while you rinse it thoroughly and the dirt drops out like magic. Why scrub, and rub, and wear and tear the clothes when the gentle strength of Sunlight Soap will do the work with, never a hurt to fabric or hands. Try it this Sunlight Way. At all grocers Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder PURITY BAKER'S COCOA 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 a strictly mechanical process that per- fectly preserves the appetising NATURAL flavor of high-class cocoa beans. IN CJtNJtD.d BY MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASS. GOODBYE CURLING IRON! BETTER METHOD FOUND I CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MUST niCKCII OK Has your morninq cup of coffee a full rich 'fUxar and delicate aroma? If not, ask for BLUE RIBBON coffee when giving your next order and no- tice the difference. You will be agree- ably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Cof- fee, Baking Powder, Sptcee and Ex- tracts all one beet. Utm t burn llio life out 01" your ihul of lorhin-. tin- Hull UlorK, j..-ijrllu- iron. Thon- is nothing ilia; j .stn-i-l. .Scrvjiv ;il L-JCVI-JJ will w surely di-y mil and bruak liair, un- iwlimun OLD LADY OF KING'S LYNN WHO NARROWLY ESCAPED DEATH u] Thfi poor old is K'.llittg her visitor lion- she had just cwiw oul. of >'our llair tlcor or her collate one of (he Zeppelin bombs inio it and :'urly hy uclng u atroyert the interior. J ierl'c'cl.ly harni- (initials w only apply a i brush be Tore1 TL The Crowning Blunder of German Diplomacy Kcw York TrihiiiiP nismarck was a master of th'-- rint-ssc of lie prepared llu- way for all liis iri- umpliti by smoothing out anil rorrsl.illini; hostile cumhinalunis. ]Jr hnnu- viihie of a icu-rully for- eign opini'in. The post-IlisiniiLLliiiiii have iricil to show liou' far ihcy June cmacijiatcd from ihr Uisinarck iruditiun by adopting ilia exactly oppositt Uieory have practised ini; rxic step further in rules of ivjnare al tipjiiioii would set mark against Gmn r.nhm ariiics shon fli-13 mure- n 'b H'Cnnl if lior Hri1 isl loHH liquid kno You need litilf with a ch'iin toot! retiring In Llie morning you will i asreC'iLuly surprised uiUi (he And this cft'ii'ji lasts for ji con- i u liniL1, rviTi Jn dump woalh- .small boit.le a lony way I bt; mercy. Hut the German admiralty f ien-tii hints that neutral .ships may also be sent to tlic IjoMorn iviUitmJ. inquiry, .simply hccnusc they may happen to; be in thus ivav, zone, it nmkca a UUC.IL; .which every neutral nation Thoy have practised military hrus- ____ _ _ quencss jiiid have consistently, irrii-at- ID resent. Unless Germany establish- ftl foreign ojJinkm instead oi ccocili-, rs n. real o? the JirilLsh t'oasl. ntinp it. j anil is prepared to inliTCc.pt and rap-- Hismarck Icfl tin: German empire in lure neutral ships in the authorized cxojni'ional sEcmily. Tin: jiost-llis- way these ships c-nutlrtf lo disre- rnatfkians mil only manoeuvred Italy garil'tlie blockade proclamation. They out of DJP, triple alliance hui grail u- retain the saine rights in Llw war ally forciKl two ancient rivals. Clreat zone us anywhere ulsi; on tlif high j Britain and Russian, in compose thrii" seas. No neutral nation which re- differences and unite with France m spects itself will allow it-; Kliippmf; iMdmg room (lav frum thrr-r. to p. m. is cr-nlially invite t'.) CHIuJTAUELPHIANS CllKISTADKLl'IllANS i i he Hall. Knlraiii-c fitli .south ami -iiu incmie .south Wednesdays nt p.m. liibl'.- cliiss. SuiMlays .it :i p. in., to coiiMiifmoiaU' l.urd'H ik'uth, and at 7.30 it. m. (d tidings of the Kingdom 01' riuh- j______ is Sulney T. BiUsfiml, Bpuuker. A.11 goals No hair and then! Is no Rreasmess, stickl- collection ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fcurlh av- enue and Tenth strict. Rev. Father UoEenthal. pastor: Rov. Fr. Mfnwe- gin, assistant. Children's Masa at D a.m. and High Masa at 11 a.m. Sun- day school ai :i p.m. Evening service ai oach service. SALVATION ARMY Services are held ni the Citadel, street, as JoJiowf Sunday, 1] and i1; quilc1 pcouomical to use. sil in u riu r- is really die WHOOPING COUGH ness or anything unpleasant alumi 'SErls without winini.'anil U Is ri ltl divlat! tllc Uair sa.ia uai.nnt ami ,Q Stmntl3 and moiBlcil at a time, dni'.vJng thp brush one TO DISCARD AGED OR WEATHER-SOILED SKIN Jj To free your akin of chaps, Motclies, miidi'jjiuaL, ovor-reduess or QuickRelief with Hamlins Honestly made, using only the purest and most costly materials. Contains no opium, chloroform or other danger- ous oruffs. Its heiiling oils penetrate right in whore the pain is and give "l-nclid relief in auto, aorfls. rhcumaciartL croup, lomabtclr, otc. Get Harallna Wizard Oil, the bat lininwnt Famoiu dream book free, if you. write 2 Hunlios Oil Co., Toronto niilaiieous rtiRVr.uHy. I, lie thliijj to do is io free yourself of the sltln itself. This 15 easily accom- cold cream, washing it off next morn- iug- Iinnn.dini.ely the orrending- siir- deic.ii.sive conipact. They shocked 'to be Iroin unlilorkarlHl ports to ,.oine of[ jj fine civilized opinion hy violating the by Lite mcnac2 of an irregular and il- j powder-like 'particles Gradually the tr-aty which guaranteed (legal submarine attack. (entire cuMele Is absorbed In this" Wjiv ncutralitr ami hy visiting the btu-l A submarine :i.s bnnntl .TK any Caueintr no pain or inconvenience N'iir t ah'ties of war on an innocent, Ijclp-' otJier iv.iraJiip to ohservp go-oil faith'fl0as ma face exhibit any evident of less people, wil.li wlicm Germany had toward neutrals. Its commanding treaunenL The second layer of no quarrel. C.L-rman diplomacy for ficer can not run amuck excuse 5kLn now Jn evidence nresenrs a years has been a record of blunders, himself for sinsiug neutral vessels ouisparkling lienuty and youthful robust largely io Hut in its Ihe ground of o-vcrsiojht. Mo is oh cotahmblc in no other war we affrojit to the interests and sensibih- Jiged to overhaul and visit a neutral ]mi-e overheard of The ties of nnulral nations no other blun- ship bciore taking hostile 5.m.. Hollncsa ineelinp1. 3 p.m.. meeting, and Salvation meeting. Weak nieiiiE: Monrtsy, K p.m., public Taeetlng, led by Bisters; S p.m.. Soldiers' ThiirEdftr, 8 p.m., Salvation meeting, Citadel build In Saturday, 3 p.m., Iree and mfifitlllff. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH up .fEsns OUK'ST OP 7.30 p.m. CJospcl meeting. Tuesday, LATTKH DAY SA ui; a p.m. Player anil Gospel I du 4- J TI can of course be found in anv iler has been quite so flagrant as the against it. UP and his government- drug ttore and you need threat contained in l-lie "war zone can violate international lnvr onlj' nt an ounce of il proclamation just issued by the Ger- Their own peril. man admiralty. I If the German government is look- Thc thrift is somewhat veiled yet mg [or Irouhlo with the United no neutral government can fail to States, or Spain or Italy, all it has catch its meaning. Germany wants to to. do is to permit a submarine to enforce a blockade against Great Bri- torpedo p.n American, Spanish or Hal- tain, but lacks the naval forces with ian vessel entering the German ,id- to close British ports. She miralty's psychological war zone. Ev- The ivord of wisdon is a principle therefore resorts to the expedient ot cry neutral is bound to respect'n real which has long been in force, and declaring the waters around Crieal blockade aiid to ;ICCPT a belligerent's those who observe it abstain from Britain Ireland n war Since warning as to the sence of mines tea. cofiee, liquors of all kinds and this can be patrolled only hy sub- in any particulei area. But it must tobacco. The interesting feature of the marines and since German submarines reject as a Piecp "r unwarranted ar- mission was the selection of several operating there can not deal with rogance the- suggesLion thai a tterman h.ibihial users of tobacco and break-, merchant ships destined for British naval olliccr may happen io be care- ers of the word of wisdon lor Hie ports accord ing to tho rules of search less enough to torpedo n neutral ship To free yourself of wrinkles or crows-feet, there's nothing better than the aaxolue lotion. You need only diBnolve an ounce oE powdered saxo- Hto in a half pint of witch hazel and iatha 3'our fa.ce in die solution. The effect is quite remarkable, the linea being leas in evidence even after tbt) first purpose of preaching this principle, and seizure established hy intcrnation- making a voyage which il is clearly sent a Cardston, Fch. will seem They wcra> however, asked to solftron- al Jaw, Germany threatens to destroy, within its rigliU in making. ing hi] a iiiuquu inoveinent to non-believers promise that they would give up them outright, without regard to the The United States will meet this in the Mormon faith is that which is 1he usc 01- the forbidden plants andj safety of crews ami pasengers. to So far as such measures concern ult British ships neutral nations might i ROSS RIFLE8 ARE NOT DISCARDED Ottawa, Onf., Feb. regards the report that tho Ions Ross rifles were discarded hv tho cavalry, Gen- eral Hushes said In the House he hurt in iu uiiuu .T use 01 wic loiDiuuen (Jiants am. at present under way in the Cardaton HqUQrs tliey were allowed tc district. During the recent conference gc, OI1 tilC.jL- missions. As a result issue as it ought to be met. The present week or seven days ther arc reforming tlicmseh'es while have no cause lo cojnplain. Germany without reference to solar or lunar 'has already violated the rules ol war- cycles, was adopted by Egyptian as i fare simply ue go- tronomcrs more tlmn 3GOO years ago. field in.the Card's Lou Tabernacle there were in the neighborhood of fifty ape- 'the same time they arc doing 'has already violated the rules of war- cycles, was adopted bv Egyptian as- cial missionaries called by the Stake to others Presidency to give a period of two Each OI- the surrounding towns near, -weeks' time to the labor of going Cardston is being labored in by the1 among the saints and holding meet- missionaries. Thoy 'hold meetings boys and girls from the ages oi tour-1 ings with -every Icinily for the pur- wherever possible, visiting, perhaps, leen to forty. They take up studies puss of Leaching the principles of sjx families in a day anil staying: of various kinds, athletics, scout tithing, the "ten o'clock they odcred free ivork aud erprythiiig calculated to the word of ivisdoii and llic payment jng J make of themselves good citizens. This mo'v'eimm't; which has been tried several times now, is doinc; a cable to Lord Kitchener m against taking such action, and stated (hat a new form of rest fcr the rifles was being provided. J-le find gent this telegram on February 22, and the day following he had re- ceiver! a reply from Lord Kitchener rending: "There is no such Inten- tion." of donations. They went in groups of lour were accompanied by two Mutual Tm- tremendous amount of good in creat- nrdvement Association .whose work it was lo urouse tnthus- iasm in that work. Tlic "ten o'clock movement" is vol.R passed Latter Day Saints lo close all outer linprnvcmenl Association wort. This ings oi all kinds at ten o'clock m. It is composed o[ men and women. U. F. A. PRESIDENT TO OTTAWA WITH DELEGATION bers G[ tlie delegation to visit Ottawa in thp interests of extending the scope c.t the distribution of seed grain, has been selfided as rollowa: James Speak- nian, president United Farmers of Al- berta; J. A. Mahnrg, nresident, and J. U. MiiDselman, secretary, of the Sas- katchewan Oraln Growers; Grant Hall, vice president, and Thomas S. Ache- son, grain and livestock agent, of C.I'.R.; George Stevens, general freiglH nneiit, C.N.H.; A. E. Hogiiear. rftl freight agent, G.T.P.; A. il. Nan ton and George W. A'ilau, repre- senting- mortgage and loan iiUnj-ijyis; Vere (J. Uro'wn and John Gait, repre- senting banking: .JI. F. Chrialic, presi- dent, Winnipeg Hoard cE Trade; A. j Whltmorc, Hegina, specially repre- senting tlie business men oi cliowun; F. 0. Fowler and M. Williams, ropreaenling the grain men j of (he west. r The members will urge that the proposals made in lion. Dr. Rodin's speech in the House on February 10 bo carried (Jon, Robert Rogers has- arranged the interview with thu government. HERE is no more reason for serving poor coffee than for making omelets of stale eggs, Simply use rea- sonable care in start with i JViAGRATH REDUCED ITS SCHOOL BUDGET The School .Board Jinve'jnat issued their demand on the town for 1915. Tlic nmcunt nuked for is ?900Q, a de- crease compared with 'iaat year of over This reduction "will be very thankrully received by ihe rate- payers In general, and It tho town can only make a similar reduction the tax- es for llils year win show a subs in fi- lial decrease. Always Keep Them j In The House That's what Mr. II.-J. Eastwood, of Carlelon Place, Ont., says about Gin Pills. "I hare taken Gm Pills and find them good for pain in tlic Joints, Swollen Elands and all of Kiilnny anil Bladder Trouble. "We always keep ll.em in the house. FOR THE JL KIDNEYS If yon arc feeling- badly, perhaps it your Kidneys or IJlndder that is cnuainjj Lht trouble. If there is pnin over Hit- the uriiit; is hot ami free or the urine shows -bricl; dnst dcpoEils or llicre id _ in the sleep and loss of you cerlainly rccd Gin I'ills. GsL them and feel holler lo- Giu Pills arc by .ill at fiOc. a box, (i for "ree tri.il trealmcnl if you Nalional and Chcink-nl Co. f Canada, Limitctl. Toronto Aw. .'mil 12Ui street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 3 p.m. sacra- ment iiiccting. Vis Hois always wel- come. Ilishop Geo. JOJfi Second Avc. a. I'honc .1193. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixtb Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Granf, minia- ter. Sunday, February JSngUsh services at ]1 a.m.; Sunday _school at! 3 p.m.; Euglleh services at 7.30. He-, hearsal on 'Wednesday night. Luther League, Thursday evening. j CHRISTIAN CHIUSTIAN Rev. J, B. Pickel, pastor. Bihle Bchool at 1U..10. Morning service, 11.30; evening ser- vice at 7.30. Pastor at both services. ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S Eleventh street and Eighth avenue South: Rector, Rev. Canon McMI'ilen. February IB, Second dn.y in Lent: 11 a.m., Matins and Holy Ccmmunion, with Eerraon; 7.30 _j.m., Even.nong, eermc-n; Hev: Canon McMlllen will preach a; both services. Sunday school and Junior Girls' and Jnnior Boys' (ages 14-18) and Adujt Bible classes at 3.UO p.m. Bible class less "Samuel, the Victorious ST. AUGUSTIN'S er Second avenue and Eighth street. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector. Matins, 11 R.TU, Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning- at S a.m., aud at the 11 o'clock service on tru; first Sunday of the month. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. The Rec- tor will conduct the serviced, as usual. ST. MARY'S C. H. Popham, rector. Hob' Communion, S a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of Uie montll at 11 o'- clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Evensong, p.m. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST D. Ross, vaster. Sunday, 11 a.m., sub-: ject, "The Romance oE Faith." ing service. 7.30, "What shall be mv 'hy the pastor. FIFTH AVENUE er Fli'tli avenue ssd Eighteenth street. sclicol, U n.m. 3.In Hev. D. Hoss, Bneaker. PRESBYTERIAN IvNOX Anniver- sary, Sunday, February 2S; Rev. Alex ander Esler, -M.A.. ot Gruce Presby terian church, Calgary, fl-lll preach special sermons. Mr. Denoon IB anxious that everyone betti n im. Dc-n't mias this treat. The music includes the following: Morn- "He that dwelleth in Uie sccrol pince" sopraJio B.U., who will Breach. Sub- ject, "Patriotism and Prohibition." Aniheill. "Daughter of Zion." p.m., DfbJe school and adult classes. 7.30 p.m., Iho firsL c-f :i serieB on "Modern Men ill the No. 1, "The man who makes the nest of himself" -Music: Anthem. "Magnify, solo, Mr. Audrey Potrle. S.30 p.m.. Mass meeting and lanteru lecture by Rev. Hugh Dobson, -'Science, Eco- nomics a.nd AlcohoJlsni." WESTMINSTER .T- B. Francis, pastor. Claas-meetins, 10 a.m., union evangeliHtlc services fay- Gilbert and McPherson. Morning eer- rjces, 11 a.m., subject, "Can for La- uorers." lopic, "'GettjInE Acquainted." Evening service, 7.30; subject, "The secret of ft happy life." PENTECOSTAL PKNTECOKTAL Hall, 5th Ave., North. Sunday at li- a.m. Remembering the Lord's Death. icctiiiK. meeting. Kv'ervbody BELIEVERS Hurginaiia's Hall. 418 street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for breaking oi hread at li a. in. Sunday school at 3 p. in. Gospel preaching at p. in. 7.15 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday What Does Your Mirror Say to You If Your Face Ii Not Fair You Are Not Fair to Your Face. Use Stuart's Calcium Waferi and Banish Pimplee, etc. beauty can ever be realifcrt. it must have a complexion that to its lustre, (hat maku a mien lace contour radiate an aitlitfc Thfi charm of all beauty in the clear skin, the pure red the soft -cream-like complexion. 'It la an Exquisite Joy to Look in My Mirror Calcium Wafers Gave Me Sack My. Clear Stuart's Calcium Wafers act direct- ly upon the sweat glands oE the skin. 3olo, "The Lord my Shepherd" (Samuel Mrs. K, K Lnyton. ".My faith looks up :o with violin obligate (Schiiec- soprano mid bfiritonfc duet, 'Calm as the Night" .Mrs. Layton and 'Mr. Fleming; nveniy min- utes' organ recital before thy evening service. ST. Rev. A. C. Bryan. 11 a.m., Instnllnifon services of officers and conveners o[ Junior-ami Senior 'Christian Endeavor -Junior l.S. at Senior S.S. at 3. Evening service at 7.30; subject, "Dividing he by the Pastor. j METHODIST WESLI5Y a.m., ihe 'nstor will be by Rev. Hugh since their mission is to stimulate the excretory ducts. They do'.not create perspiration, but cause the skin to breathe out trans- forming perspiration into a gaseous vapor. The calcium sulphide of which these wnfers are composed consumes HIR genii poisons In the sweat glands and pores, liencc the blood makes ;iv nev, smooth skin in a surprisingly short time. You will never be ashamed to .look at yourself in a mirror, once you use Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Nor will your friends give you that hinting look, as much as to goodness sake, get rid of those pimples. There Is no 'longer any excuse for anyone to hare a face disfigured with skin eruptions', ivhoh it is ao easy .to get rid of them. Himply gel H Uoi.of StunrTs Calciiiw Wai'ere at any. dm? Hlore lake .them to' fli reotlona. After a few days you .yrtll harilly recognize yourself, in the ror. The cbaugo will .delight you. iin- All iblemiehefl .will ippear. All druggists sell Stuart's 'Vafers ai 50 cents a 'bor. .4. iample package mailed free dressing F. A. Stiia'tt -Co. Bids-., MajHhaU, 3 din- ;