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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE HIE LETHBR1OGB DAILY HEFALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, IQACIOSE Have the Lut of the Series Very sitUfictoty v hsve been the meetings.iwMxln fre'churcbes o! this city in observance of tbc Dominion- wHs week of prayer. Tonight being the of the series ot services, ministers are hoping 'or large audiences. The nUhtly meetings hire been sod It is ewwcted the final meet- lilts will Kiually popular. Untod Church In the okuwi hall last night, (he address liwn by the Ret. Denoon was one of the Btul (aspiring o! the campalsn. CeaUriryt his talk around' tlie heroic condaot of the Mary (atheririx for wlih the discip- les so soon after the tragedy ot the cms, the said that in theso times, In tpita of Tirivato ev- msmbex should be on July. If the Forward Movement Is to be suc- cessful It must begin with a forward step-1 In the honvas of ihe penpis. There the family altar must be reviv- ed, for the greatest thing in the world, he said, was'not the Ouriitlan church, but Christian Prom tho homes must corno our preachers o! tho future, anil these could only tie secur- ed with the help of the parents. The parent Is tho only God the child knows, what hind of a God were they presenting to their chllireu? Tho homo and the day school mvsl link lip with the church, especially'In (lie moral districts, where, often, ao re- ligious service is conducted. Baptist Church The service In tho Baptist church I Hire yon heard Peps? scientific preparation pnt f JnpsaMile iffarlsWan .entirely, netr.snd 'effect- iVe treatment for coigfajjcoldt, chest and bles- Peps contain In- (redients, which, when upon the tongue. Immediately turn, into YSppr, and are breathed downthealr passages to the lungs. On their jour- ney, they soothe the Inflamed and irritated membranes of the bronchial tubes, the dedicate walls of the alt passages, and finally enter and cany relief and healing to the lungs. In while no liquid or solid can get to the inn gs and air Peps fumes get there direct, at oace commence healings' TWAL. Cnt ont lhli article, write it the name and date .of this paper, and mail It (with Ic. ttamp to iretnxn postage) to. Peps: Co, Toronto. "'A free trial packet will L then fee yon. Al! drowUtsaad Ctores sell Peps, Me. box. tact evening was very well attended, and tho by Hev. Mr, Curtis was tuoBt helpful. This evenlag tho pastor itill preach and hie subject 111 bo ''Helping Christ to tils Dead." The choir will meet for prac- tice after ihe service. Wsaley Church The meet In last evening, irhlls somewhat smaller in atteaaauce was most helpful and inspiring. Tho meet- ing was in charge of ths Hev. F..-W. Dafoe of tfrtt Baptltt church. His subject was "Personal Responsi- bility." pointed out the vury large part man had to rjlay In the salvation of .tea race. Miracle after mlracld was referred to, showing that while Christ could have performed miracles independent of man, yet man was si- ways made ihe medium. Christ alone IB the oalvstlon of Ihe race; yet, Christ alone cannot save the race, lie needs the co-opentloa ot man "As the Fath- er Me Into tho world even so send 1 you Into tho warlJ." Christian Church The service- last 'evening waa In charga of Rov. C. E. Crasg ot the Wesley itethodift church who spoke on the divinity of Christ and Its in eradicable influence on man. "By their deeds ye shall know them." Let our deeds be carriers ot good will and sympathy, representing true- worth In ,he eyes ot our maker. Knox Church st night's Knox church meeting was-conducted by Hev. E. J. Hodgins who gave a very instructive talk on tho Forward Movement. He-based bis remarks on the 65th chapter of Isaiah. In regard to. the forward movement "finding God'1 was the first great principal, gettir.e our vision tuned up accordingly and pre- paring our hearts to do so. Ho showed that history, was re- peating Itself. In the endured war and hard Mines and these wore always followed by a great for ward movemenUin the church, led b> such men as ,iohn Knoi, John Living stone, Oliver Cromwell, the Wesleys aud ori this side ot the water Jona than Edv.'ards and the Tennants. Tho speaker brought out the fact tha methods had to he adopted to suit the limes and that this forward movement was. adopted by the evangelical chur- ches to arouse people to a more active service to church and to help spread the gosjiil 01 Jesus Christ iho world over. As an illustration ot how some were waiting, he told of an Af- rican chief taking a missionary to his people, when they arrived hero were the.peoplo on their knees. The Chief lo'd the missionary they wanted to pray .but did not know what to say, Surely "a'gfeat opportunely. .'Let iis be. ..lip "and doing. Let us meet our religious responsibilities as squarely and do pur material. .Let'us set forward toward the great'purpose TmH. aim of exist- ence which Is. not gett'ng one's own way, but rather the glorification ot the excellence of the nay provided by the "wisdom of the Omniscient. To get a little nearer that wisdom In-all our life's action, to draw, a little clo.i- er in sympathy and scarifice to every ellow traveller along the way of life, o -walk very humbly, but very fenr- cssly through all its dangers and dlt- are the things really worth living for. Let us begin to live. WHISTLE BLASTS START CAR AND UGHT ELECTRIC BULBS I '3 tA Controlling a small car, and ranking It slop anSiViiota any direction simplv by blowing blasts on a was astonishing feat forme'd by Captain Slan Roberts, a n.X A.S. .during the- war. Capita Roberts cave a demonstration at the Drill Hall, London, W.C., on the possibilities or liebt and sound cbntroi.S1andins.1u the middle of a crowd of men, Captain liobeils blow a ail ortfaary whis- tle. Immediately tho electric motor of tho car'began hum, Mid the vehicle, In which was sealed a model of Harry Tate, elided slowly across IhV floor. Ho blow- ir.oro blasU the car .topped, turned; found, gilded deitly past chairs and apparatus, and slowly moved back'to its'starting place. By tuniing a beam of light on and off a gong was uiade-ib'BOund at will, and by. blowing ou whistlts of diftorcnt loucs, little electric, bulbs were niide to light at thirty yard's range. events of tbo evening, C. K. Dro. Jas. Hamsay called Bro. R. Wilson, the retiring chief ranger, to the chair and hi befitting words presented to him on behalf of the High Co'urt with an elaborate gold-fiHcd past chief ran- ger's Jewel-inset with-tho Canadian coat of arms. The meeting was brought to a close by singing the na- tional Judgment in the caso ot the two loaldale fanners, Viny Mcresko" and Thomas Jlehedden, charged with bav-1 ng on their suitable or the manufacture' of liquor, was Iven by .Magistrate Burrell on Fri- j ay morning. The magistra'.o dis-i nissccl.tho case on the Aground that t 'was not proved that the wash was o be used for Ihe distillation of li- ner, and further that it was lawful o manufacture native' wino provid- D >J. PECK HAS Nine Years Trouble Ends' Arid She Is Wei! and Happy Now. "1 have gained twenty-fire pounds ailice 1 commenced taking Tanlac, and the troubles have making life miserable for mo for nine years have been completely said Mrs Minnis Peck, who lives at 9874 32nd Ave.. Rimonton, the other day. "When I commenced, taking Tan continued Mrs. Peck, "I was so weak Md run down that I was hard ly'able to get about. Everything 1 disagreed with me, and I iwottltl for two or three hours after every meal on dcconnt of form Ing and bloating me lip. I would have .iovere .cramping pains in tho pit .of hiv stomach. 1 was'very much that Iho slamming of a door me terribly, and a gooi night's sleep was out of question for I irnnld actually Ret out o bed every morning 'feeling more tlrec worn out than I did the nighl be This condition just kept get 'tins worse fltno until I got, to R'here I was .compelled lo stay in aiost of the time. "Thou I decider! to givo Tanlac a Irlil, and it's the lioneet truth, I com nte'nceJ to feel better before I finished ray first bottle of Ibis won 'derful-mediclne, snd my condition Jni kept goltfn'g belter until I am now ai well aa I ever was In my life. T neve a sign of stomach trouble "now and I havo fine appc.tlto and ea. just anything I want. have gotten back all my. strength nnd can easily do all my housework. My nervos ar, Jn condition, and I sleep like a child every night. H is simply wen dorful the way I hare gained In .weight, and In fact, I Just feel fine al tho lima. Tec, Sir, Tanlao la a Avon ildrfiil rqedlclnfl and as long r.a I live I will never lose an opportunity to far a good wCTd for it." Tanlac ig sold lrT Lelhhrldgs John D. Higlnbolham t Co.; in Coal burst by Diamond Drug t Slatlnnoo I Store, and In Werner by Mrs. N. Der 'A'-wage ease occtipied the'attention it the .provincial police court all Thursday, resulting in the dismissal of the action, .one of wrongul dismis- sal., brought, against the Fcdcrald CoaJB, Ltd., by Thomas Mather, for- mer mine manager. Mather had liunited in his resigna- tion on Dec. 29th, to take effect on a month from that day. On Jan. 2nd he Federals mine appointed Mr. as mine manager.. Plain- worked around the 'mine until January 5th, and on" the day after, as he evidence disclosed, sat around the office'doing nothing. He was told by Mr.-Donaldson either to work or quit and he did tho latter, with tho result ot the action before tlie court. Tho magistrate held that lliere was 10 proof of v.Tongful dismissal.-; On :he result of jhe case, another action Tor wrongful .dismissal, also preferred igainet the Federals Coals, withdrawn by the pit boss, Thomas Mossey. H. Church, of'Conybeare, Chnrcli and Davidson, appeared for the.Fed erals Coals, Ltd., and H. .Ostlund for the plaintiff. G. 0, P. INSTALLATION' MOP MO ed it was fit for human consumption as appeared to be the case with the present biieiw. For tho "tint- -finis in -history 'o! Kansas, products, and.Jive siock raised this year oiceed bi! lion dollars inTvalue. Catarrh Of The Stomach Is Dangerous "Thousands Have It and Don't Know Says Physician I rerruently. Mistaken for.'In-' To Recognize i'au Treit there If so. soothing and healing as Zam.Buic. Thlsgreat herbal balm Inflammation, draws out soreness, and redacts (welting. Those .who hare once nsed Zini-Buk fir'the treatment of winter ailments ny they would I 't; co other remedy, a> experience proves that nothing can equal Zam-Bnk for chapped bands, cold cold cracks and chilblains. It is also invaluable'for nil skin injuries and diseases. All drug- and store j, or Za m-Bufc Toronto, box, 3 for Send Ic. clamp for postage on free trial box. "Thousands of people suffer mur or less furred, coa ed tongue, bad ,'breath, sour burnln btomach, yomiting, rumblin 11 bitteVcryclatlons, gas itjnd and stomach acidity aud it indigestion yhen in reality :thei trouble is due to gastric catartU of th writes TorK Phya iclan. _ Catarrh of the stomach is dange ous..because the mucous membran iinlng of the stomach is thickened an a coating of-phlegm covers the surfac so that the cannot m with; the them.'. Th condition.soon deadly dis'eas in unasslmilated The .blood is carries th infection throughout -the body.. Ga trio ulcers are apt form and fr quentiy an ulcer is the first tlgn a deadly cancer.-': In catarrh.of-, the.-stomach a BOO and safe treatment is to taks-hetori meals a teaspoontial of pure Bishrat Magnesia in half a glass of as bit as you cani coin tort drln it. The hot water washes the inucou rrom the stomach "walls and draws th ulood to the stomach while the.'blsu ated magnesia Is an excellent Eolyen for mucus and increases the efficient of the hot water treatment.jMoreov the Bisnrated Magnesia Trill serve a a powerful hut harmless will neutralize any cicess hydrochlor- ic acid that may b.e in your stomacti and sweeten its foorl contents.'-Easy, natural digestion without distress of my kind should soon follow. Bisur- ated Magnesia Is not a laxative, .is Jiarmless, pleasant and easy to take and can he obtained from any local druggist Don't confuse DIsurated Mag- nesia with other forms of magnesia, milks, citrates, etc., hut get it In the pure bisurated form (powder or tab- especially, prepared for this The tocrtmlaaUac for Matter wko.laU bind i'u. Usi ire. the tor tie At tosrlmg No. BM1U, la For Pur- by Jay RMuto in C'MirtCaM ri'hat war alleged to te a phonej form, with the forged of Dr. Loterlng, lu e yroTladal police court oa Kridir to for erickaoa, o! Lxthbrldft. teU to hU through aa fulwereter, ot hla who Tooal la try- lag to pronounce worA that the told arm tomt wblikcy at drug utorj, .Witnw acid that bought la that jcrijxiom the Jat for rtlafcar from drug it Im.tha it kai purohued UMtk at Lathbrldct, a rtalt, at aa auto aoi fttmrn. la aM' a doctors kirn lu OB that It was acd ot'teisci sum rf H.M, tor it SfchoUoc, ot from pravious had ioucil tllti that whlakey had doce-hla atoouch A.P.P., wko'wM froMeutlnjt for (ood. The Iran tact oa the crovm, aa4 Mr.-IIndrr, comul omlns, and case vas not con- bta farm to whtoti had {for the accuttd. meal but tjii eyjninf fortkenr-i Vj: Dad ccmts home tired mi ion and clhce day j thi boy c-f appttke alter Kl ad the Feature and play. All ready, every one of then .to partake at tbtt vffl rvnn ftttngjK, ittton activity and arouse tired apiriti. Elevate bread on occasion from its htnrtofore lowly pojition tn feddmttl, tt the feature of the meal. ''''V. You can do It tf'you sem the wfiolnonf, in our bikcry Its fowr vill invite a second helping anc evejy monberot the family." wll benefit in fc-y, EatQuakerBread JOHN GILMORE Ltd. Bakers Phone 378 The regular meeting of tho above conrl. iiold last evening in the K. o ball, was exceptionally well attend cd by'local members aa well as brelli ren from outside points lo witness, am participate in Iho' order's impressive ceremony of installation. lire. W. A Leavitt, deputy high chief ranger, ns slslcd by Grand Marshal Bro J. B. Clarke, wore In altcndanco am duly installed the following officer! for tlie present term: P.C.Ti., Ilobl. Wilson; C.It., J. Ram nay; V.C.H., J. Unsworlh; Cliap., Jas Moodle; Trcas., W. OlcKcnzic-; Fin Sec., A. Neldlg: 7loc. Sec., Wilson; (Jordon Watt; J. W., W. Wish- nrd; S.B., J. KWdia; J.B., -A. Ji, .Me- Laughlln. At the conclusion ot Ihe ceremony the officers and members sat dov.-n to after whfch speeches were delivered, Hro. acting as Speeches were delivered by the neir officers as well as liio retiring ones. Brief addresses vero delivered by Bros. Hugh Taylor, Hugh Boyd, A. N'eldig, W. A. W. I7. Scott, Hoss Taylor, A. B. McLonghlln, J. McDonnld, ,T. K. Clarke, Jiobt. Jxiys, .K. Wilson and Falrhnrsl. During thPfo speeches many goad points were brought out for the bene- fit of Ihe court, A committee was appointed to, draft up a program lo be held In two weeks' lime, wlilcti will likely take tho form of a smoker and social evening, (o which Invlla- Uons will bo issued, Concluding Iho Sat Specials Finest Pot Roasts ot Bee{ from fo 18e per ft. Finest Roasts of Veal from.....IQc to 18c per It. Fresh Ox Hearts.................IQc per tb. Fresh Liver, 2 Ibs. We sell nolhing but No. I meals and our prices are the lowest in the city. We have discontinued our dehveiy which means a saving to our customers'' of at least 1.0 per cent, Palace Meat Market 13th STREET N. PHONE 431 Night WEEK OF PRAYER In the Merest of ihe Interchurch Movement EVERYBODY CHRISTIAN CHURCH- Speaker, the Rev. 0. BAPTIST CHURCH- Speaker, the panor, Rev. F.W.Ddoe, KNOX CHURCH- Speaker, the Rer. A, R Denoon. iPreparatory SerVice, UNITED CHURCH- ON THE HALL) Speaker, the pastor, Rev. E. J. WESLEY CHURCH-, TONIGHT-Speaker, the Rev. Wm. Bachaiwi. The puter, Rer. C. E.-Cmjj, in charge. ;