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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERAiilO PAOE Fiyj Q 0 browing ' � � , in the :-.^^:T:->''v:':,;:';,vii. '' British Canadian Trust ?Cb. is,due lio'adverlJslng Avhich abs,6tute|y triiq.rcpresonlatiuns oftliu Oifcy of-LetlibrJdgc and District.  ' V ^,; ^j.^vo-^v- ^ 'Investors'are Icing up to the great opportunities in this district. Sound i\l.o]-tgagc Investments. The British Canadian Trust Co. CELEBRATES FIFIH YEAH OF HIS PASTORAIE ELECTION OF OFFICEflS FOR THE YEAR-CHURCH FINANCES REVIEWED Vital Statisfics for the Province of FOR 1913 SHOW BIRTHS 11,871; MARRIAGES 5,053; DEATHS 4,432. Only 313 \^fl!ls were Probated In Alberta In 1913. You should make your Will and provide the most economical means for administering your Estate. / WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company,Limit^d ' Public Administrator and Official Asslgnee:for the Judicial  , . - � Districts of ' LETHBRIDGE IVIACLEOD CALGARY ; WETA8KIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West,. Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank of Conmerce BIdg., J. W. McNicol Inspector A POSIIIVE FOR RHEUMAIISM Hundreds of People Have Foundi " Fruit-a-tives" Their ' Only Help CHURCH SERVICES READ THIS LEHER THE CANADIAN BANK OF It was a splendid gathermg, of over one hundred and fifty ot St. Augus-tin's congregation, which met. at the Parish hall in response to the invitation ot" Canon .ind Mrs. Murrell-Wright to dinner to commemorate the fifth anniversary of their residence in Lethbridgft. 'Die dinner was the prelude to the annual meeting for the election ot churchwardens and officers of the church, and the occasion was thus utilized by the host and hostess ] for welcoming their friends and parishioners to mark their appreciation of the kindly help and interest whicli have made the rector's four years' ministry a.highly successful period in the history of the church. The tables were tastefully arranged with red and white carnations, supplied by the ladies of the church, and candelabra with lighted candles along the long lines set oR the floral decorations. Here and there dotted among the guests were the khaki uniforms of men getting ready for the front, giving their drab contrasts to the toilets of the ladies and the sombre t4ack and white male attire. It was a record-breaking gathering in these days ot record-hicaking history in Southern Alberta such, as the hos^ wittily remarked, in gas and telephone hills. The guests were waited on by ama:teur waitresses and waiters, and the excellent manner in which every need was attended to was a testimony to the splendid, organization of the parLsh workers oi St. Augustin's. The toast of the king was proposed by the rector, and honoretl with the singing/of � the new setting of the words ot the National Antliem. Next in order was "The Empire" propos- CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $13,500,000 MONEY ORDERS Issned by.The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient end inexpensive method of remitting small stuns of mioney. These: Orders,- payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) snd in the principal cities of the United State*, . ftte issued at the following rates : ' $5 and under . . i  Scents Over 5 and not exceeding $10 �. 6 " ' " 10 " " 30 . 10 " 30 '* " 50 � 15 *.* REMTTTANCES ABROAD ttionW be ��de by means of our SPBCIAI* PORBIGM D&AITS sitd MOMBV ' ORJQBR& Issued without deUy at reasonable rates. S28 Ixthbridge Branch--^^^ INCORPORATED 18B*' -v Capital Paid Up - - $lli$60,000 Reserve Funds Total Assets 13,575,000 180.000,000 GOLLEGTIONS Haying 370 Branches throughont Canada and the West Indies, this Bank possesses unrivalled facilitiea for handling collections with economy and despatch. ~, MCW.YORK AQCNCV. LONDON, ENQ.. OFflCE, �MK awes., PoiNcia aTaicT, c.c. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH : �a. WII.UAH '4'ccoA* vntttm J. M;-AtTKf Nv Mannger. With Cash in the Bank Advantage Ypu-' know hpv .:eye6'llilng'" Qosts more' �wha;n':yo\i;. hayi' *'' ' I SuperintMident of Sunday School m. Toronto TelU How He Cured Himself of Chronic Rheumntiiin After Suffer, ioc for Year,. 55 DovKUCOURT Road, Oct,, ist, 1913. "For a long time, I have thought of mitiug you regarding what I term a most remarkable cure eilected by your remedy "Fruit-a-lives". I suffered from Rlieiimatism, especially in my hands. I have spent a lot of money without any good results. Iliavetakcn "I'roit-a-tives" for 18 months now, and am pleaded to tell you that I am cured. AH the enlairgement has not left my hands and perhaps never will, but the sorsnes^ is all gone and I can do auy kindofwork: I have gained 35 pounds iu 18 months". R. A. WAUGH Rheumatisin is no lotiger the dreaded disease it oncie was. Rheumatism is no longer one of the "incurable diseases''.. "Frnit-a-lives" has proved its marvellous powers over Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago-in fact, OVfr all sVich dLseases which ari-se from .�gome derangemeutpf stomach, bowels, kidneys or skin. ;,'Fniit-a-tiyes" is sold by all dealers at 50c. a box, 6 for 82.50, trial size, 25c. or sent postpaid on receipt of frjceby Fruit-a-tives I,imited, Ottawa. Mrs. I\Iurrell-Wright were the recipients ot nmnerous felicitations by the ed by Mr. H. W. Church, who dwelt departing gufsts on the success ot the on its prc-ress the" "'  - occasion, and Thursday, January 7, gallant'and voluntary aid alTord- lOl5.^vill remain a plcasan memory ed at the time ot crisis by every ; with those who were present, and part and portion ot its homogen-1 eous whole, .stretching to such remote OTTAWA-MONTREAL regions as the Khvber Pass arid the, TRAfFlC FALLS OFF plateau of the Dalai Lama. The toasSt Ottawa, Ont, .Ian. S.-Owing to_ a was received by the company singing,'marked falling oft In traffic, both tne ^ "Rule Britannia," and was responded Glrand Trunk and C.P.R. have decici-1 Eleventh � street and Eighth avenue to in able fashion bv .ludge Jac.isca.- ed' to reduce the Ottawa-Montreal ser-j south: .Reqtor, Rev. Canon McMmen. , CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST - Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at,dleven a. m. Wednesday evening' te^tiniony meeting, 8 p. m. The reading room is oTien to everyone every day "from three to five p. nii Everyone is cordially invited to attend. , CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS - iVIeet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham 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 '/.SO p. m. to proclaim the glad tidings ot the Kingdom of God. Subject: "The Coming of Christ, and the Sigiis ot the Tmes,"' by Mr. Sidney T. Batstord. All seats free, No collection. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S- CHURCH corner Fourth avenue and Tenth stre'et. Rev. P. Minlwegan, pastor; Uev. Fr. Bld-ault, assistant pastor. Sunday services: Children's Mass, 9 a.m.; High MaifB, 11 a.m.; evening service, 7.30. Sermons at all.^ervlc^. SALVATION ARMY SetTlces are beia at th� Citadti, Flfb ;^^ as ttollow*- Sunday, 11 a.m.,'lioliiieas ideetins;,3 p.m., praise meeting, and .7.30, Salvation meeting. Week'^highta: Moiiday, S p.m., public meetlilg, led by sisters; Wednesday. B p.rn., Soldiers';meetlng; Thursday 8 p.m., SalVatlo^ meeting, Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. LATTER DAY 3AINTS CHTTRCH OP .fESITS CHR'ST OF LATTER DAYfSAINTS-Corner 0! Seventh Avej dnd'12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school ; 2 p.m. sacra ment meeting. Visitors always welcome.- Bishop Ge6".: W. Green, 1016 Second Ave. S.'i'lione 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH-Corner Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev.'C. Grant, minister. Sunday, January 10: Norwegian service at 11 a.m.; Sunday school, p.m.; English service at 7.30 p.m. Installation of. church officers at even ing service. Rehearsal. Wednesday evening. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH-Rev. J. B. Pickel, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 J.m. Sunday school at the usual hour. The pastor wiM preach at both sei-vioes, giving a report of the Seattle convention. ANGLICAN ST. CYPRlAJSl'S CHURCH, corner The speaker shoite as an after dinner Vice by .two trains per day. The de-orator, introducing,here a touch of crease in the-itraftlo has been such patriotism, there a touch of humor, that it is clalihed that the travelling tracing the source of the Empire's public an'HiI ' fiot be seriously incon-power m the last analysis to the venlenced by'tSe change. Frequently powers of the people, and concluding of late all traihs running between the with a reference to the words cit the ,two cities have- carried less than 30 man who ^vas once an Englishman, iPassengers.. and a founder of the great nation to ------- the south, "The British Empire' is* FOUR ARRESTED �4is%h1,rrffi2d' by' ^^^^^^'^ t-o-i^i-^nd f snn?hv R T ^'ates were arrested at Fort Erie to-;o?^^in^\�c^'lli^,^stvle: "^'Iday bn warrants;i.sued^ at the In- erTe Oiffc: OVER SHOOTING CASE Jan.- 8.-A. provlU' first in peace, first in war, and first in th small deficit of $77.56 in the C^eaerdl'^"n"'^ finf .f-l^li^ b?.^ ^ Account, and made the gratifying aii-. ,f f ^"^^ J'f aouncement that sufticiont moneys 1"' were on hand to retire the mortgage �_^,rt_-.Bppnf�p of Lethbri'dge, complimenting 'it on "the v/ay it had paid its as^essmtsnts. He particularly dwelt oik the wlrk'ofthe women, remarking that the time had arrived for the men to take a fair share. -The toast to the diocese was; Pfoposed by Mr, Ritchie.' ' ; The ovening closed with ^, toast to^ the,host and hostess, proposed-'by Mr. G. AV. Robinson and 'enthusias-rpcpiyed,; tmjly. 'j.iid-a tiiser.' .'Women wh rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.n}. and" Choral Eucharist-on the (ir^t i^unday ot the month at 11 o'--clock service. Matins, 11 a.m. Sundy school, 3 p.m; Evehqonff, 7-30 p.m. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Morning service 11, a. m.,' subject, "The Week of Prayer, Reviewed". Sunday school at close of morning service. Evening service, 7;80, subject, "Times of Refreshing"-, RoV.. David Ross, pastor,- residence, \ Victoria Mansions, phone 4890. x . FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST-Comer Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. -Sundaj' school,' 2 p.m. Service at 3.15, Rev. p. Ross, preacher. You are welcome.. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX---Pastor, A. H. Denoon, B.D. Services tomorrbw at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.' Boys' department at Sunday school -at 2.. Othet departments and adii'It Bible class at 3. Chinese class at -f. .Full chorus- choir at bot-u ser-i ViceSi/'Everyone cordially Invited. ST. ANDRE|W'S---Pastor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. 11-a:m., ."The Week of Prayer-A Retrospect." Junior Sunday school-at-2. Senior Sunday school at 3.15. 7.30, "Why Tarriest Thou?" . METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Rev. .T. B. Francis, pastor.' Class-meeting, 10 a.m. Morning service at 11 a.m., sub-. Jeot, '-'A Call: to Arms." Children's topic, "Sihams." Men's Own at 4 p.m. 7 p.m., "Emigrating Under Difficulties.",:, i,., : . '. WBSLBY^Rbv. ,G. H. Gobbledlok, pastor. Residencsi 320 Elev,euth st. 'Phone 404. 11 a.m.. "The Silent Partner.'' .3 p.m.. Bible school and Adult c'lasses. 7.30 p.m., "The True Motive of iMercantUe Integrity." Music: Morning Anthem, "What are, these?" (Dr. Stainer); evening an-thein, "The Day Thou Gavest" (H.; H. Woodward); soloist, Miss Hall. ' PENTECOSTAL V ^ PENTEGOSTAi; MISSION-Unity Hall, 5th Ave., Sunday at 11 a.m. Remembering- the � Lord's Death! 7.30 p'.in;; Gospel:.meeting. Tuesday, 8 p;hiv Prayer and Gospel meeting. Everybody. Vfloonie.-- :,: BELIEVERS Burgmann's HjiU; 418 Thirteenth treet; NorthtLethbridge.-^Belici^era assemble.'^on theVLbrd's Day � for tha breaking i)i bread at U a. m. Sundae schdol at-? ipUmj) gospel'preaching at 7'.3(}i, g.'jrn'. iBJhje'; reading, A^Njdnesday 7.45')' ivi^.V|^l'c9lenaLSl^i91 Business �p. .'i^loeiepaghan .tio;' bap late of the In-Hai'v-e'slor Co. 'has gone t'qrsh'lp ^fJfh M." McMahon;' thV^atn? of the "Western Co.," w.lll iQeiS^lLna'Ap'roduce businass^ iahQ%;�(\ Quinn warehouse mi at' Caruso receives thousands of dollars every time he sings in the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. But he will sing for you, in your own home, whenever and as often as you like, and at comparatively no expense, if there is a Victrola in your home. Hear him sing "Celeste Aida"- Vidror Record No. 88127, or any of the 119 other operatic and concert seledtions which this famous tenor has recorded for 'Victrola owners, at any "His Maker's Voice" dealer. Vicftrola IV S20 Will play any Viiftor Record mode-whothet by Cacuso or any �iiieer> or musicians you wish to heir. You can buy it on easy terms if you wish-. New Vidlor Records for January Out Today New Popular Songs Ten inch, double lided, 90c for two eledlioni ITRc^il f He'll Rag Pickn * PcnieuQyuM I Foot Pauline Billy IMiui.," N C Back ip dieCatolina You Love PeetleuQliiM 1766e|TenneHce. 1 Hear You Calling Me  V4i New Fox-Trot Record Twelve iiich. double aided, $1.50 for two aelcAIOM (Hit. ol 1915-iMidley Fox Tiol 35422,3j \ VifloiMilitaijrBaBd C My Tango Girl-Foi Trot Viaoi Mil. BmJ Purple Label Record by Kora Bayea - 60127 I Work Eight Hour., Sleep Eight Hoiiri. That Leare. Eight Hour, foi Love . - NonBtym . ^ Beautiful New Red Seal,Record* ^^r^^:^^^^^^:: 64429 Golden Love (Lemon-WelliDg.) John McCoimack 64457 Batcaiolle-^From Tkle. ol: Hoffman Maud Powell These'are only a few'of thesplendid li^ of new titles for.tljevNew Year.>Any "His Maker's Voice">idealer in any city or town in Canada willVbe''glad to play any of these records you-wish to hear, and will give you a coinple^fe ii^ of the new Vidtor Records andour"'350- Encyclopedia li^ing^lpver 5000'iVictor Records. Hear Them Today BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE GO. , LIMITED Lenoir Street, Montreal Vidtbf "'Records-Made in Canada Patronize Home ProduiJts DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN?AND CITY 501.494- Mason & Risch, Limited; . 21 WESTERN BRANCHES.' Phone 791; 404 5th Street South,' AMERICANS, SHpw' SYMPATHY Ottawa.' ,Onf..^- Jan.^ ^S^^Niimerous-letters are belris"^ received ^y^m M"-Jtia department. fr�ro Mm, {0 time, from Americans in'the.X^fl"- the war. ^ArtyplcaHjietfeCT ftay by thes^ijnis H. Bean of,Columbus.,dh a money ordfai- 'fpjR'jS.OO," quest that -ft be^ ins.Englwid "in<^'' in JtiBiPpndJct slighti.donatis.. fat}{6f�rouEm' ;