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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta '.SATURDAY, JANUAKY 0.1917 THE DAILY I'AGE SFA'liN T I It't'no uncommon thin! for ihe uleiUdy. to mention LUX to help her make a sale, --So. wide- ipretd it the reputation or these dainty, little satiny soap wifers that, almost every Canadian woman knowi LUX. If you Jon't-juit pack- >4o to-day. It shows llio modern way to perfectly wuhed silki, woollens, laces, lawns, erepe-de- chioes, etc., without People's Forum A REPLY TO MAYOR HAR01E January V1917. Editor Lollibrldee llenld: Dear would appear as I home ono had stood on IllH [id corn, wlilcii lias disturbed lili eiuianlmlly, End when In lliln conill- llon he, wllh ono fell stroke of-lhat master hand, endeavors lo uul (lie wholo Ihrec of uu out of business. The old prescription for your worship la, Ifesn your (cct warm and your bead cool; and there Is no doubl bu1. your temperature will rcliira lo normal. In your reply to my latter of Hi on Iho subject of Orage'n mine u.hai-o condoned It to four points d In the flril you claim It la a per nal mailer, ihcrobire Is not edifying llio jmbllc and only crealefl Indie allon and bltteniesH In tlio one re ecled on. In Ihls polnl I bee lo differ. 1 .eras an If you had conslruod m eforencc lo Ihe Diamond City mln If I waa actuated by the desire n rollcctions on your manaBc- Won't Shrink Wbollent AfoVi, ty LBVEK BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO IFl6m 1'lcture Unite, Jan. On lice. 20 lie scholars of Uio HatioMca Sunilii> school held their concert and Christ nas Ireo. Tile elialr WJB token u) lev. H. I'ike, paslor of Irnn Spring fine night was responsible for liirnoiil, and a BideiiilH profiran given bv the KCholurs, who Imd Men wtH trained Ijy Jim. B. 11. Wav- leicher of the Junior Hlble class, and HID superintendent, John-! Eton. A dialogue entitled Mr. St. Nicholas, wan well rendered by the EcholarE. The new fafhloned Kinlil who comc.s In an aeroplane, was well represented hj- llcrbcil II61JUB. 'flic- old-fashioned Hanla KlauB, who comes in a sleigh and ilown the chimney, splendidly Bakers Cocoa stands all tests of lib oratory and home. It is pure, it-is delicious, it is KealtKful i WalterBaker Co.Limited ESTAOLI5MED I78O MONTREAL.CAHADA DORCHESTER, MASo. i repicsontod by superintendent -lohn- don, Klio also distributed aEllllK rOIICCllOllS UU >uur Bloll, WHO also mail iim.cii I- cnl of Hist concern. My reference rrora (lie tree lo all llio scholars of lorelo wan only an n of gniiday school, llcv. llr. Pike 1 MILCH COW ADOPTED DOG Marshall, nillcli cnw ljc belonging lo John Kilty tailed for scv- 10 .1.-.., ,0 fuj-nttjii Hie family with was upon aa lluiiany nile, Hie dot tot Ilic milk nud- propel- ro'urse in inirBiie anil In H Rained nevcra! pounds in _wci8lit; and ondltlons nnd of llio many obBiaclui at may ho encountered In BalnliiK aliort lime ill" mystery was solved, as a result Hilly, the hi- lOnellsh hull belonslllK to .1. Punce. has cut off frotr, a milk diet and Hie cow is aKSln contrlbutlnB milk for oxclu.Hive lire o[ iln owucr.i. .The cow It Is said the cow gave evidence of when Ihe substitute cult failed lo conic for Irs meal, liad lost its and adopted Illti bulldog lu Us place. At I-'ire did damage to Ibe Blunt of the Nalioiiiil Machinery S: Supply Co., at Hnr.vlton. olllug wrillhg case, which, Isurea It would necessitate the ex- umuB ponditurri of of the rile- on behalf of Ihe schol- laycrs''money lo put ihc Grace mine nrj sir who rclcrrcd lo Uic on n par Vltb, II. eslecm In which Mr. Johnslon 1 come lo Hie one and only was ucld hy all Ihe scholars and Ilieir reason 1 have for taking Mils matter parents. They wished for him n up In the oyciit o( the citizens cn- iloi'slnB yoiir report hy voting (or Bime next month. In npltc. ot my liEciido wisdom, I'm positive In Etat- IIIE that you would lo dcvcloi the Grace mine lor an output of nl least 400 tons per day In Hie season, lo fulfil the schedule as imp- ed out hy you. In the ovenl pi It a a mllar amount 000) as the Diamond, lo make it a THE CHURCHES rospcrous pavlus nee ealercJ Inlo il. I suppose the ronerty holders ofllils cliy, .would lave 'to' fool Ihe bill or, llko become PRESBYTERIAN Khox Church Corner Stli Avo. and Bin Slrett.8. Rev- Capl. A. H. Denoon. Pastor Rev. W. F. Burnt, Acting Pastor. Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 P-m. id a.m.: Boys Department. a.m.; Uls Slaters and Bits Drotn- -'crs. 100 pm.: Olher 1-" LATTER DAY SAINTS hutch of Jesus Christ of LatU Day Saints 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. Morning, "Like as the Lobr Soprano obligate and chorus. Evening: "Sun ot My .Soul. -Turnci i ST. 11 am- Monthly Intercessory sc v.ce Special meeting of Ihe Boar oi Westminster church nfler 11' morning service. Full.nttendauce. Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. unday a.m. acramenl p.m. rlmary 3 p.n Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome. Blthcp 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493. parcnB. ey vvsii [iy liolWay and a safe relurn. Mr. Johnston, who1 though urlscd, in a line speech, lhanked Ihe scholire.for Ihelr kinuness, ami said that lo him II Lad liecn a great snfo. lo work ivIUi and for Ilieni Thanks aro also due lo Mrs. .Pikp.l who in ihe aliscncc of Mrs. Warren I accomjiantal Ihe scholars In Ihelr several sones which were -svell ren All llio (scholars were nerved ftli'caiidlcs, huls. oranges and ap Ihe What iv, afler which refreshments were Ftrvcd. The singinB of the National CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church pf Christ Scientist Hull Strut.S. Service at 11 i.m. j Wedneiilay Evening, Testimony moet- -lar at B p.m.-' READING TtOOM.OPBN TO ALL. Jltunuriij r uGLuiiiu inui.ii would Ihal mean at least, to us thn vorking classl Our .very liomes would ho sacrlWceil, when our-all voulil be turneil over into the hands of the receiver. Hence my reason for lo create a public interest on this deal. v It was you; yourself, when becom nig -mayor, informed the people. o the seriousness of the. cily affairs and how near wo were at Ihal lime lo Ihe crisis. 1 am always willing to Eire credit where creiii la 'due; Ihal is, that only for the energy-and ability you displayed al. Uul time, .we .would hive gnus Inlo Ihe hands of Iho re- ceiver. lor Sunday School. 3 nm.: Westminster Young People Bible Class in PdrEOnaEe- 3.15: All rlepartiuents ol SI. Amlrev, Sunday School. 7 iim -Mrs. Jackson wishes LO meet ail 'the nicrahers of SL Anilrcn-'B and Wcsliuiuslcr choirs. 7.30 Topic: "Lighting the Pathway An important special meeting or I.'.iw's coiiBrcsatinn will ho held after (lie evening sen-Ice. All mem- bers lira asltcd to be present. BELIEVERS Jura-tian'i 13lh.Sl- North Believers assemble on., tae Lota t for the preaJilna Bread at "ll a.m. j'..' Gunrfay. School Ciospel Preaching at 1.30 p.m. Bible Reading, Wednelo'ay, 7.45 p.m. Now mayor, permit alias suggestion .on Ihe purchase _ot: Mr. couree' don I need to accept It as the of a Solomon, hut ilo'u'l you might be a betler plan If it could be 'irncured at u reasonable figure, lo retain it for Ihc .USB of the cily plant alone and niil a lillle elevkted rail- wav across lo it, then In the como it would necessarj lo ship coal in for Ihu un-keep ol Ibe city when the .mines .now In operation i" the near vicinity, are ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Ctr. 1IIH Street and 8th Ave, South Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, BA-, Rector Celebrallon' of Holy Communion, S.3C Sunday School and Bible ClJuei, 3 EVENSONQ 7.30 p.m. and 3rd Sun -days at 8.30; 2nd ana lib Sund.yi at' 11 Sundays at p.m. CHRISTADELPHIANS Hot in thi Mooa'e- Bloclc, Entrance 5lh St. and 2nd Avenue South edncsdas-s: S p.m., Bible Class. '_ al 3p.m., lo cbniniemDrale ife [.old's UcaMi and at 7.30 p.m., to pfo- cl.ilm the' glad" tldinsB o[ the Kinu- doili ot ulijeol: "fhe Passinj Away of the entile Heavenj." II Sean No Colledlsn worked out, inslcad of erportlng_ nno Ions per annum, as von. METHODIST Church Rav. 0. H. Cobblidick, PMWr irmrtonage 320 11th 91- 3. 404 U Tra .''Pewiir (or ChrlitUn Ulvln I'1'' In tha Ntw-Year." join llihlc School and Adult Clissc 7 JO p.hl.: ''The Great Artist's Thrc Panel Picture No. 1, "The Stray Loit Through Ignorance." "I wll lift m'no Whltfleld; "Hark, HarX, 5Iy Sou Shelley; Solo, Slra. 11. H- Johnso Nlncly- nud Kine." Camplm (Speenl to Hie 'rirnie, Jin: csports cleared tnrbugli the Ff.-nlu consulate during 'Ihc year 1810 just closed tolal Hie sum nl as com- pared to for the preceding year.' greatest increaEC In any one arllcle was that of copper, which jumped from pounds in 1915, valued at to a total of 012 pounds, valued al 1910. The coal nnd coke (onnneo for 1315 was 436333 valued at as ngainst a tntnl of Ions valued at in 1916. Gold values conlaincd hi copjiei bullion shipped ntross Hie lino foi refinlne purposds, and in lead ores. -O "u ,rolll SALVATION ARMY Held at tht Cltidel, Hh m Holiness, Meeting; 1 p.m. JlMlIne and 7.30 vltlon McellnK- WKK Monday, S p.m. rnb- hand In allendance. Salnrdnj, S pm, free Evlrybody First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Aye. and 9th St. S. ftev. C. Baker, Paitor 1 a.m.: "The Trlala and Trlumphi of 30 p.m.: "The Supremacy of Moral 2' Sunday School. lldireek Choir Pnucllce, I-Yldnj' S p.m. The morning address will he tludv In tht slrauBe paradoxinl nl- imde of Jesus which tuachca Ihe pre- coienco ol and priicipla .over race prejudice and (he his- torical -record' ol 'Ills 'tlvv'n life anil There will he a. brief Inlk lo the children al this endeavor will oe made thai 'ho ovenlne lubjecl 'will lllujlrntc Ihc fact of moral TOrlhlneas BS Ihe sn- rireme lest of life as siisseated hy Ihc Apoatle hli-great plclnre of The Lor4> snpper.will'be obserren al Ihe cloie lot Ihe etenlng seivlce, .to which we urge the membership nnd CbrlsUnn frlendsi' lyelcome Is lo all. ICaSUrccl It. aiuub ,nll- II stood arlnall-ny vyu omicca of n value oC i---..... anv in'the 411. Srade lo volued .1 durinS Bive yon Ihe supposed also from n value In cnnlcnls. '.jjisof to a value of To yonr persona! knowledge of Ihls racial claim I Imve had no means of deler-l (o pounds- last mining the amount of coal extracted per acre. You seem lo claim possei- slon ol the same fucnlly you jn Uic cTporl of lumner dur- irlhuted lo tlie editor ot our ing Hie Jeir over Ihal.of the previous lo claim Yhcrc is an increase of ahonl ihlrly rarer, knowing whal Is in what 1-am UinVing on. nilndi .ear "ul- 'I ,0wiiig lo Hie fact lhat Ilic Standard ubseuc omillcd lo llvol Co. at Silvorlon is now sliii) In one Ijart 30.11 aay, some H5 ore to Ihe Trail'smeller for one has been stultiiis Mr. Moore.t r6nninE, lliu csporls of metals may Then you claim Uiat only the a decline for. the present jcar. agenienl could ascerlain lliesc find- though no very appreciable rlinnce inss. By this Ineinuatlon yon lliere-1 has yd taken place. hy cast relleclions on Ihe presenl management; Iho very thlnK yon sol bilterly complain of In yonr letler. In Ihc Mr. Jolia slon yon slalo yon Ininvvlew nnmher of citizens lo feel the aboul purc-hnslllt' for inn: the pavl nf the anatomy you Chriallan Chnrch followed 'bj Communion S-n-lco and Preaching 1.10: Christian iTodcavov. 7.30: Evcnlnt senlco. Ilov. Frank A. Andrews will pronel the mornlns and evening sor vice. Everybody welcome- PENTEQOSTAL PcntcciosUl Mitsiqn Flfih Pi topUM Church remtmberlng Iho -Lord'a-peilh. "'BTenlnc; 7.35, Cos pal" mcetins- t p.tni: Sunday Scnool, p.m., and Ihe Word., waltlne of ihe upon Cod tor the Holy Ohosl. It Corning, Ckl Riady." A HEARTY TO ALli Clfcrenco Srtmpson, onnBlilp, got -I V of Dummnr U nhen yon decided to buy would lie Ihelr liesd. Yes, mayor, I admll thai! Bin lulled lhat 1'car.not swallow, Ihal Ir. .lohnilon's business acumen o dimmed that If ho underlined you -ere so eager (or then e you arc now, lie vrtniHn'l have until you the clli- em ot fame, when there was at laVc Ihe difference of Ihere s somelhing obscure hcrr, and-1-in luffed. In ono olher paragraph you stale hat I write and lalk aboul IlilngH t mow nothing nbolil and Iherctoto am .llshoncal lo Ihoso whom trust mo. Ttaroid Selons is a caniiitiile fo Mayor of Nelson, Mayor Malone wi nnl be a rtnjJMjIe.for ..ij only conlnicnl on this Is llinl being only a clllecn probably RCCOtinU [or It, practicalli- being dovold ot a conscience, not being or n coVporallon My trust In the present civic, ndmln- Iflrallons stands at aero and !l will more inn srar'nlInK rays of Iho In the month of June-to thaw !l onl. truly. 1- MOOHK.- (Kiom Our Uwn t'laresholm, Jan. has Jiiit about established the record lor mtomoblle sales Ihls season. Since Ihi harvesting of the. bis crop it Is Slated Hint 250 cars have been sold from Ihe lown lo farmers around the. district. The olhcr day licenses were Issued in n tew hours from the omc" of Krnesi Motfall. So large has the enrolment become Ihls season al Ihe asrlcullural ml- ledge that it hail been found necessary lo teacher In mechanics. tlon Duncan has sranl- cd Iho rcrine.M of Principal for Hits additional leacbcr. This will Increase Uie present [ncuiiy to 12 lu ncinkcr. It Is becoming difficult tO ilnl board and rooros In Iho town forj Ihe stiidcnts in Iht cal- Time, Ijrffiance T A piusic you can t resist'. TRUE in tempo, perfECtTin rhythm, viith s. -spirit-'-. and.-swing'that you can't the combi- nation Vou always get in Columbia Records for the dance 1 The latest one-step, fox-trot or waltz is out on Columbia Double-Disc Records while it's lateit" it's still "the every the Great White Way is playing it every, night. Here are some of the newest hits: fTlDDLE-DE-WlHKS ch-l Prince's Hand. '_ A5901J' Princc'5 Hand. i K.UWI fFLORA 1'rince's Orchulra. uSHISS SPR1NGTIME-1N THE GARDEN OF Jl 75 '1 Prince's Orchestra. MEDLEY ONE-STEP. SOMETIMES YOU GET A COOD OUt-Prince's ONE fi.'S I. Prlncs'a Band. Columbia dance-records arc used and en- dorsed by the favorite dancers of stige and society And once you have danced to Columbia Records, they will be the nt kind you will always want. Look for the Columbia "musk- note trade-mark if you want the records for thedince. mil llu COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS DOUBLE-DISC ;