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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SAT^URDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAHLY HERALD PAGE FIVl !EMEDY mm mn Used "Fniit-a-tivBs" Wi!h Tlw eost of Results. CHURCH SERVICES OEpnOB MCKHY ESO. Kll'PiJN, OnT., June 17th, WIS. "I have been using "Fniit-a-tives" Bs n family remedy for many years. They nre the best tnediciue I have ever tried. "Fruit-a-tives" do mc the most good--they never gripe and their action is cleasaiit.' "I have used them for JndigeRtior\ and Constipation witli llie bcstre.sults, and I heartily recommend them to anyone similarly afflicted. These trouble.'! hoveleftmecomplete-ly and I give' 'J?ruit-a-livcs" full credit for all this, A nicer pill' a man cannot take." GEORGE MCKAY. The enormous demand for "Fruit-a-tives" is steadily iiicreaaing, due to the fact that this wonderful fruit medicine gives prompt relief in all cases of Indigestion, Constipation, Sout Stomach, Rheumatism, Chronic, Headaches, and Neuralgia, and all Kiduey and Bladder Troubles. fjOc a box, 0 for $2.50, trial size 25c. Spltl by all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tlves Limited, Ottawa. MACLEOD VOLUNTEER IS RECOVERED FROM ILLNESS LEAVES FOR FRONT SOON Macleod, Alta., Jan. 1.-Charles � Kortrlg'ht, a woll-known resident of this town and one of the volunteers for the first contingent from Maoleod, returned to Macleod from the Military hospital at Quebec this week. On hlB arrival at the Valcartler Camp, Mr. Kortright, who was formerly (i lieutenant In the British Army, �was unable to go into training owing to some slight physical dsfectlon. To got into proper condition, an opera^ lion was necessary, and as Mr. Kortright was very keen on going he entered the Military hospital at Quebec, and went through the operation. Un-fortun.ately the wound did not heal satisfactorKy, and Mr. Kortright was detained much longer than anticipated. He is now on the road to recover}', and when fit will leave tor the Old Country, where he has toeen promised !a lieutenancy by the British War Office in the regular army. MOUNTED POLICE SERGEANT GETS A COMMISSION Regina, Jan. i.-Sergt.. H. L. Frazer of the K. N. W. M. P. has been offered and has accepted a commission in the imperial army and will sail from Halifax, N. S., to join his regiment on Janiiar>' S. NEW QUEBEC LEGISLATIVE COUNCILLORS SWORN IN Queftiec, Deo. 31.-The new members of the legislative connnil for the province of Queb&o were sworn in today. The new members are Alphonse liaclne, a merchant of Montreal, and J. A. Cliaiirst, loL.D., former member of the legislature for Jacques Cartier county. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SCIENTIST - Hull Block, Seventh street. .Service at eleven a. m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting, 8 p. m. The reading room 1b open to everyone every day ftom three to five p. m. Everyone is ootdially invited to attend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S CliURCH-Rev. A. I-I. Rosenthal, pastor; Rev. P. Mtol-wegan, assistant. High Mass at 11 o'clock; Service of Intercession boUi morning and evening; Rev. Father Naeasona will preach at 7.30. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS - Meet in tlie Aloose Hall, Higinbctham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 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. Sub-.1ect: "The Reign of Sin; What Is U? Will clerical teaching deliver us from it?" by Mr. Sidney T. Batsford. All seats free. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services are Lelo at the Citadel, Fli'i street, as loUows- Sunday, ll a.m., Holiness meeling; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting Week nights: Monday, S p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday 8 p.m., Soldiers' meetlns; Thursday B p.m.. Salvation meeting. Citadel band in attenaance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and eas" meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHTTROH OF JBSdS CHKIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS-Corner of Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school ; 3 p.m. sacrament nicetfng. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 Second Ave. S. Phone 14.93.. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH-Corner Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister, Sunday, January 3: Day of Prayer; English service at 11 a.m. Luther league at,7.30. Sunday school at S.30. Congregational meeting Tuesday evening, LUTH(B(RAJ>J CHURCH-January 3: German service will be held at the parsonage, 710 16th St. N .at 8 p.m. Kverybody Is welcome. In the evening the pastor will hold German and English services nt Monarch. ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH-Comer of Eleventh street and Eighth avenue South; Rev, Canon McMiUen, rector. Sunday, January 3: A Day of Solemn Intercession, authorized by the Archbishop of Rupertsland, Primate of All Canada. Holy Communion, 8.30 a.m.; Matins and sermon, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m.; Canon McMiUen will preach at both services. Sunday school and Bible-classes at 3 p.m. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH-Corner Second avenue and Eighth street. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, . rector. Day of Prayer, January 3. Matins, 11 a.m. Holy Communion every Sun-da morning at 8 a.m., and at the 11 o'clock service on the first Sunday of the month. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. . Sun,-day school, 10 a.m. ST. MARVS iGHUROH.-Rev. C. H. Popham, rector. Day of Prayer, January 3. Holy Communion, 8 a.m., and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month at 11 o'clock service. Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Evensong, 7.80 p.m. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH-Mr. Cragg win address the congregation in the morning, and Jlr. Carson in the evening. Day of Prayer to be observed tomorrow. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-3rd Ave. and 9th St. Preacher, Rev. David Ross, Victoria Mansions, phone 1890. Morning, "A New Year's Greeting." Evening, "Considering the End." Communion at the close of the evening servloe. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST-Comer Fifth avenue and Elghteentji street. TERM STAiING OF BL J pypiLS e Growing Interest in the \ * Canadian Trust Co. is due to advertising which, gives absolutely true representations of the City of Lethhridge and District. Investors are waking up to the great opportunities in this district. Sound Mortgage Investments. The British Canadian Trust Co. Vital Statistics for the Province of Alberta FOR 1913 SHOW BIRTHS 11,871; MARRIAGES 5,053; � DEATHS 4,432. Only 313 Wills were Probated In Alberta In 1913. You should make youi',Wlll and provide the most economical means for administering your Estate. WRITE FOR OtJR BOOKLET. -Sunday' school, 2 p.m. Service at 3.15, Rev. D. Ross, preacher. You are weJcome. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX PRESBYTERIAN-Day of Prayer.-^Pastor A. H. Deiioon, B.D. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Boys' department of Sunday school at 2. Other departments and adult Bible class at 3. Chinese class at 4. Full chorus choir at l-.oth services. Everyone cordially invited. ST. ANDEiE)\^^S-Pastor, Rev. A. C. Bryan.-11 a.m.. Service of Prayor and Intercession for victory and peace. Junior Sunday school at 2. Senior Sunday school at 3.15. 7..30 p.m., "Renewing the Covenant." METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Rev. J. B. Francis, pastor. Class-meeting, 10 a.m. Morning service at 11 a.m., subject, "A New Year Task. Children's topic, "The New Year Resolution." i p.m., Men's Own. 7 p.m., "Universal Peace." WESLEY CHURCH-Rev. G. H. Cobblodlck, pastor; residence, 320 Eleventh street, phone 404. New Year's services and Intercession for the Empire: 11 a.m., "Courage, and its root in faith." 3 p.m., Bible school and adult classes. T.30,"Th'e World's War, A battle of Ideas, with Aids to Victory." Apropria:te music, PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Unity Hall, _5th Ave., North. Sunday at 11 i miih. 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's Hallf 418 Thirteentli treet, North Lethhridge.-Bellev�ra assemblo on the Lord's Day for tha. breaking oi bread at 11 a. ni. Simd.av school at 3 p. m. Go.'spel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday 7.43 p. m. Following are the term standings of the pupils of Galbraith and Hardie-ville Public schools: GALBRAITH SCHOOL Mr. Cameron's Class Grade VII.-'Roger Hodenstrom, Alex. Radley, Martha Kergan, 13va Hargreaves, Maggie Ascroft, Tom Logan, Liilie MitchoU, Clara Melling, Percy Buchanan. Grade VI.-Frank Sullivan, Richard MaRen, Olive Jackson, Ada Foster, May Main, Norman Fox, Eben Wylie, Mary Wardman, LlUie Morris. Grade V. Sr.-Jean Logan, Willie Grant, Robert Kergan, Lizzie Ward, j Walter Cook, Stanley Hargi-eaves,! Wlnnlfred Wallwork, Lena Radley, Minnie Hazen, Marjory Smith, Daisy Holmes, Harvey Gowln, Hilda Harrison. Mlas NImmOn's Class Grade III.-George Charest, Hugh Bryon, Jack Ross, Maud Moore, Frank � Vere, John Rae, Alice Radley, Inez ' Wilson, Hazel Red, Rosy Ponech, Mar-1 . .iorle Gurr, Leonard Shaw, Elsie Tal-: hot, Sidney Brown, Walter Vere, Har-\ old Willetts, Andrew Logan, Ollvo' I Redshaw, Francis Vair, Laura Bourne, ' Harold Heaton, Marion Gibson, Ernest Mercer, Rebecca Riley, James Goldie, Meiry Seaman, Lilian Bourne, Wil-' i 'ilam Chalmers, Olga Berent, John ICotar, Ruby Creep, Helen tMorris. j Miss Hodgkin's Class I Grade 11.-Howard Fairbanks, Nick Ponech .ind Lewis Leigh equal, Stanley Kemaley, Toddle Radley and Gordon Charest etiuni, .Tessie Hedenstrom, Laura Grlsedale, Isa Main, Charlie Fimnell, David Dunlop and John Foz-ard equal, Lizzie 'CieMand Marlon Ralston, Wm. Mitchell, John Talbot, Net-' tie Campbell, Alex. Llnnlng, Jessie Martin, Sidney Bourne, Victor Fuzey. i Bessie Worthlagtou, Annie Kotar, Annie Kropenick, John Chalmers, Madge  Peacock, Mike Swedish, Hector Peacock, Hetty Funnell, Alice Fox, Arthur Park, Margaret Logan, Emily � Gowln, Renard Fox, Edith King. Miss Berringer's Class Grade I.-Class A: Jean Kergan, James Clelland, Emily Berebt, George Wyiey, Sarah Ward, Willie Booth, Mike Kropynack, Ethel Ross George i Ponech, Doris King . Class B.-Ella Sullivan, Reginald Ross, Ida Leigh, Nellie Mercer, Jas. Foster, Vera Webb, Tom Leishman, Willie Willetts, Helen Komar, Harold Sa.xon. Class C-Clifford Mitchell, Edward Vair, Lily Seager, Willie Fairbanlcs, Mike Ponech, Annie Berent, Lucy Moore, Arthur Adams, Bessie Hart. IVIiss Smith's Class Grade I.-Class A: Lily Adnitt, Lizzie Ralston, Annie Hart, Florence Sumners, Agnes Van Dom, Willie Cookerili. . 'Class B.-Florence Lamesfield, Harry Ford, Annie Klopsh, Tom As-croft, Willie Pirk.. Class C.-Isabei'Ia Rae,'Joe Morris, Mary Logan, Helen Ftizey, Vera Lead-better, Duncan Chalmers, Robert Nais-BoloBh Kolosh, Nick Swedish, BUSINESS AS USUAL Like The Ghost, we have miv scconci wind and are going again. We want a tenant for a section of improved land. Want to trade for a Pedigreed Pcrcheron Stallion. Want to trade for ten or more Work Horses, and various other wants not to be advertised. O. T. LATHROP NO PHONE. 104 SHERLOCK. Having found its naine rather Itard to reineniber and pronounce, the Leicester Electric Co. has changed its name to Star Electric APPEAL ENTERED BY MASSEY-HARRIS CO. IN THE COCHLIN James Dunlop. HARDIEVILLE SCHOOL Grade V.-Elvira Clements, Jeanie Dow, Felix Pirock, Tom Christie, Jno. Wright. Grade IV.-Alex Clohotar, Mike Laz-nruk, Maria Clemeuti, Edith Harris, Hmily Mitche'll, Margaret Dienes, Helen Albert, Willie Logan. Grade III.-Mary Meszaros, Harriet Sfpskley. Julie Meszaros, Ransom' McMillan, Peter Zasadny, Hugh Lewis, Mabel Sadler, Robert Dow, Thelma The personcU of the company remains the same. The Company has moA'cd to a new store, at 5th St., opp. Sherman Theatre AT SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY YES-TERDAY-TEMPERANCE PARADE WAS DECIDED UPON That the idea of a new year Sun-il^^^1llafrDJnio"�I;'iIoU�^har?ie%T-' o o KING GEORGE INSTITUTES ? THE MILITARY CROSS ? For Years, RestoredTo Health by Lydia �.Pinkham'3 Vegetable Compound. Canadian women are continually writ, ing ua such le which are heartfelt tude for restored health: GlonCord Station, Ont.-"I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-rrT7;^^^rvOTjP��nf and never SW^iiSflC^^^ found any inemcmo to compare with it. I had ulcers and falling of womb and doctors did mo no good. I suiTered dreadfully for years until I began taking your medicine. 1 also recommend it for nervousness and indigestion. " - Mrs. Henrv ClJiHK, Glanford Station. Ont. Chesten-ille, Ont. - " I heard your medicines highly praised, and a year ago 1 began taking them for failing of womb �nd ovarian trouble. London, Jan. 1-King George has instituted a new decoration which is called the Military Crofis. The decoration is of silver and bears the imperial crown on each arm and in the centre the Jetters "O.R.I." (George, Rex, Imperator.l Captains, commissioned officers ot a loi-er grade or war* rant odlcers in the army who distinguish themselves in time of war are eligible to the Mili-tsry Cross. It t.akes precedence over all decorations and medals, with the Q,\ception Ot the Victoria Cross. ? : ? �: ? ? ? o ? * > ^ o MEAT INJURIOUS TO THE KIDNEYS Take a tablespoonful of Salts If Back hurts or Bladder bothers-Meat. forms uric acid. We are a nation of meat eaters amLi our 'blood Is filled with uric acid, says