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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 19M THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBRALD PACE SEVEN' Worth But Free to You Eanol Klilucy KoiucJy U ruaiio (rom hfrbb arid Is harmless. (-ou are a turn Gall Stones. Kldaey Stcues. or Giavd. Sanol effect a lliigailifc lluuler, of Army. v.to. Mrs. been spending part of tho India the Salvation natives, without education of any kind. In the time lie Army had tl.ein iu charge they have reformed la a Hunter, hai his furlough work, with CHURCH SERVICES ST. ANGLICAN AVQUSTIN'S CHURCH turner SecoLd Ave. acd Elzjitb St. Canon Murrel-Wrighl. recvor. wonderful mant.fr, so much so tbat ll a'm' Communion the been able to at 8 a.m. and a very proporlloa ol at the eleven o'clock service oa tto first S'tcday oi tbe raoath. Kvensong 7.30 p.m. Huudjy 10 a.r'. fllrRCH-Het. hziekaeho, kidney. bladder trouble, or relatives in rheumatism. tbat Is caused by excels the i-Vie of LethlindjiP on uiday and Siuiday toil at the local ol uric acid, dizziness, puffy Hood schools are maintaintd by the utadel, lias bad a long anil ing Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, ton. advl ale now twenty thousand coi.verls However, the brigadier was eaaMed jfivc years iu (he Maratta district, lo enroll sisly ol then, a remark-] 'where sedition, has rife, a fun Great Interest in Bulgarian Legislature s in uie .ua.aua uisinci, 10 enroll sisiy oi inejn, a remart- 'dilion. has been especially aMe showing w-hcn one considers tin a-m- Kvensoeg 7.30 p. m. Sun jndition which the brigadier depths of degradation in wbicb the acd thKe p. fifn A'c' anj I'le-mth St. 'lev. llatlns 11 Sunday m. ON 1 UP HAS BEEN GENERAL PROSPERITY AND FINANCES ARE ING UP WELL Break Whiskey's Grip on Your Loved Ones Drunkards tell yon with o! 6'aceiliy ihat they do cot want to drink. Tho craving coining from the infiained nurcbranes o! the stomach, drives them to it. Alcura will Eco'.ho thl trembling nerves and the craving that Is rululng your Uome and stealing aa (jti.erwiio bind husband or father you. It coata only Jl.OO por ton and if it doos net euro or benefit after a trial the money will be re- requires a strong hani to tri'je had been simk before tie Army deal ivith. anil For the last six vears took them over. ,I.e ar.it Mrs, llunlcr.bavc been work- Kn cfleC'tual has been the in thu prison settlements among work Among tlirse outcasts that the l criminal tribes of fmlia. government reu'titly ]iut through a Jiad formerly been considered hope- bill En the Ir.ilia council appropriat- less, but with the has lor a r.ew Salvation I licca sutressful. Tht-sc vn- Army prison srtUement aeairst the people had been merely a race opposition ol trie more Hin- Sofia, Jan. recent opeiiin's o! thieves, rlrunVards and Ramb'ers doo and Mohammedan delegates, the of Boliranyo was Uio'a'd forward whom povr-rnment were governor's secretary making it clear to with great interest in vieiv of the O.I to under strict pol-cc super- that no other reli.dous nody In all event- which have occurred vision, TLey were pracl'cally w'th- India would or co'.jld do anything for since the liMt of the Ilulgar- out irllglon. aad like most low those outcast races. ian national representatives, and the somewhat startling results of last mouth's elections. tiois, which was conducted under Holy communion oa first and third Sunday at S.3U a.m. acd the and fourth Sundays it Iho eleven o'clock service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHUKCH OF CHRIST. Bank block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony luceiing, s.yy p.m. Tho readies room la open to every. The cer.eral elec- r'aRes wcrc employed, and there uties n-j both sides. The Acrar'ans re- one every day fioia three to live p.m. Everyone Is cordislly Invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. RoscntJial. paslor: P.ev. P. Mini-' i Cardston, Jan. The largest and most annual that ever heM m St. Ar.iltew's Pres- byhrb, church. on vr.cn a review [G0j Ahum Xo. 2. Is takin rolun- ot past yrar's u'crk was present- lhoso "'HlLns lo help them- ed by the various organizations at ti-lvcs. w_ri. j Ak'Jra can riou- bo obtained at our store. Ask for free booklet telling Kvf. n. E. Cameron, M. A., (t givc Akura a trial. ister ol tV.C chuirh, was in chair, 'j. D. Iligintothara t C.o, Limited, latd wckonied those uho were In at- IxMhbrldge, tendar.ee. C. W. Pickup, secretary o! __ the board of managers, presented the1 'The Irresistible God." Events sub- ect, "The Ever Growing Word." FIFTH AVE. BAPTIST ClIUnCH i treasurer's stateaient and the report ol the year, and the marked in- II. Klmrr Green, pastor. the managers? The receipts tor the crease in attendance at public wor- Mornicg suhject, "The Lawless amounted to some S5CS all rais- ship. He announced that the congre- Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening by voluntary oilering on Sundays, gallon was now asied lor ?5jO for jfct, "Vexing Problems balance of was oa deposit the support o! the minister, and- re- lo begin the work o! 1911. raimled the ir.fetin; that some 700 The Ladies' Aid Society through conjugations were drawing oa the its secretary, Mrs. II. X. WaVeley, funds of the Home Mission commit- a total revenue for the year tec for support. The exceptional ao- the First AH welcome. METHODIST R'KSLKV CHURCII-Rcv. Cobbiedick, pa-stor. Residence Eleventh St. Phone 404. Muring su 'ol f20B.91, and a balance en liic'd of tivilf of the minister, Mr. Cameron, Sect "The love of The ladies have held lii month- not only in his own congregation at, "E subicct Lssons hor-i with an BVm5f bal OTt subject, Lessons from UIKO J( out f( a lntal al and 011 ,he mission at Oviendale ar.d Boundary Ureck, was was no escort, uniforms and full dress maii.cd standing as the liosal party wejen, assistant. Mass a.ra. High school 3 p.m. p.m. Sermoi rew system ol proportional represen- being disced wilh. At 11.30 am. hut bilol to return the resulted in a rcinarkablo i..- King, Kcrilinanii, accompanied by his _ol spectat- crease of the number ol Agriiian and Queen and the ITiui-css lioris anil Cy- l0tlj lullh'.n tlic Socialist, Jcputifs, which may be tak- ril, entered the chamber ainirl cheer's. maintained a respcctfijl dc- Oreat Lives, Lord Strathcona, Sena-.8.. ,_. r, tor Cox a-d Thomas Crosbv DD :ShlP of l7' Ttlc Ai'i Onenda SMdav school S n for nlan5c anj clean- refencd to and commended. In clos- The ntni mis'c wll L, "ie A irom lnB his report Mr. Melnlosh ar.nounc- Lov" oi My Iadi" cj lhat total "ccipls en as indicalir.g Uie cRcct produced As the Hoyal parly appeared one So- on the popular mind by recent cialist deputy shouted "Down with events. The actual strength ol part- Monarchy, long live the Ics, according to the verified returns, and as the King nesan lo read tlie. is as follows: Ministerialist, 91; speech from the'throne another So- v Agrarians, M; .Socialists, 36; Demo- cialist member interrupted with sim- crats, II; Nationalists, a; Radicals, itar cries, declaring lhat CO.OOO of 5 1. As the Caljinct had tfie sons of Bulgaria had sacri- .'ailed lo secure a majority of the ficed to the grandeur oi the Mon- whole house it made overtures to (he. archy. The Socialists then Icit the Aerarinns, whose support was secur- chamber in a bodr, His ed lor the passing of the the who retained bis. composite, procecd- oi.ly h'Jsicess of the present session, ed to read his speech in a firm voice, SALV, Services are Lclo at the Citadel. Fif'i ilrtel, cs toilovva- Sunday, 11 a.m.. Hollntjs rneeling: 3 p.m.. pralso rceellnri, and 7.30, Salv.illon meeting. Week nights: Mondav, s p.m.. publl.? meeting, led by Bitters: Wednesday 8 p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday S p.m., Sclvatlon meeting, Citadel band In attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. CHR1STADELPHIANS CIIRISTAUELPIIIAXS Meeting Chicago, Jan, persona were injured today when a slowly There was a (oia! absence of dis- and then with the Queen "and princess switch engine struck a crowd- Room, 230 Thirteenth St., N., (be" DaT if- play at the cercmoay, the Stale car- tell the chamber between bowing dep- ed surface car at West Twenty-Sec-. tween 2nd and 3rd Breaking and Lumber streets. Twelve of Bread, 4 p. ra. Evening setilcc and soprano solo, M'isV'ganizcd in January oi last year bas several of tnose giving reports on tha I been doing good wort. The average splendid financial assistance given by Utterance was 24, and the. receipts "if Haley congregation, some J. B. Francis, pastor. In the morn-' S37-70- A craiilc ro" acd 1'olnc de- having tns a special junior congregation witl' partment have been organized and tho New managers were elected. It was be held with Mrs. Francis in crarec. 1 Sunday school poes into 1014 with decided to rnaVe the board coasist of Her topic will be (1) Umbrella Harry Mclntosh as superintend- six members, three lo retire, each (2) Japanese Play Days. Special mu-icni prospects oi consid- year and not be sic. At 4 o'clock at the Men's Own, Arable growth. lion for one Those, elected foe Rev. T. R. Parreti, of Edmonton, j About the same tin-.e as tl-.e Sun- or.e year were Messrs. Jas. Bruce, will, speak on "Provincial Prohibi- day school, an adult Diblc class was S.. Johnson and Dr. R. W. Lynn Rni ia flie evening he will organized, and has been well attend- 'or two years, Messrs. John Wool- K to lo a is to wisle enrrgy, lims and comfort. 1 To slop U atonce simply take NA-DRU-CO Headache Waiers Your Druggist conlirm o-jr slatcir.cr.t lhat they do not contain anything that can harm hcarl or nervous aysttm. 25c. a bor. NATIONAL OHVa AND CHEMICAL CO. Or CANABA. UMITLD, 124 damage having been inflicted uy brok- Parliameat may decide to facor the esta'ilishmeat courts. of provincial divorce Greater than Panama's Bridge of Water Tho Panama Canal is the logical outcome of the trend of modern il moaumeatal evidence of the need for tciitninf tme tld for icductai colt diiifibution belwMB ntlcer lad In point of distance, the Panama will bring the Pacific the AtUntio bj milei. In poiit ol tine, Ihe let between Halifax aod ViBcoaver will be by 24 dayi, la poiat of cost, the CIDI! vrill Terr lejiea Ibe eiptnie of cirryiof betfreei (beie placei, Bat it factor this eveo Ifaft Ptaimi il ahorlCBioj lesiniit oott lad living line betrrcea macaficturcr Bad vler, It is II Is .tho quickest It is Ihe most And it is.tho means of communication between the maker and user of goods, For instance, Advertising enabled a mnnufacturer in Nova Scotia to carry a demand for his product from hia factory to the Pacific Coast in a few days at on insignificant cost compared with slower and more laborious selling methods. In one week, thousands learned of his product where it would have taken yeara for the news to get around advertising. To the B! fanrdai You be olcrt to take advantage of iho .Panama route lor the physical transporta- tion of your goods. Have you considered how quickly, how far, and at what small cost the Advertising Trade Route will carry demand for those goods P II ynn frg a Intal h f your proMemi CTilh (ho AdYcrlillnJ Depart- ment ol Ihij newipaper, If ro'.i are doinf B provincial or national it ttou'd be ttcll for you lo hjvo Ifift co-jnjc] end tiiltiiKC of i jood advertiiinf A lilt cf tbeic will tefiirclined, without cost or obtigalion, by Ihe Secretary of Canadian Preit Anoeiatioa, Room 503, Lumideo Dalldioj, Toroato, come. Bring your tioa. i PENTECOSTAL I PENTECOSTAL MF.RTIXOS At the homo ol Mr. 1323 Third ave. one minute's walk trom tho ear HneB, Tuesday evenings i at 8 o'clock, Thursday evenings at S' o'clock, special waiting on the Lord for the Baptism of tue Holy SpirIL Sunday morni.bg.at 10.30 o'clock, re- membeiins oi'liie l.orfl> death. Ser- vice in the evening 7.3D. Come and drink ol the water ol life Ireely. "For the Promise is unto you and to yonr children and lo all that are afar oft, even as many as the Lord, our God, shall LATTER DAY SAINTS CHUnC'H OF JESUS CHRI3T OK LATTEU DAY O. E Hall, 10th St. 8, near T. M. C. A, 9.45 a.m. Officers >nd teacherm meet- log; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.n Sacrament meeting. Visitors.alwayfl welcome. Bishop B. 9. Yeans, J211 3rd B. 'Phone fS5. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH-Corner 6th Ave. arid Fif- teenth St. Rev. C. Orant, minister. Sunday, Jan. 25. Services 11'a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday "school 3 p.m. Jerraan services 10 a. m. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN Caledonian Hall. Rev. J. B. Plckel, pistor. Sun day schnol, 10.30 a-m. Preaching ser- vices at 11 a.m., and after Christian Jndcavor, which meets at 7 p.m., when the pastor will be. in charge aa uau'al. PRESBYTERIAN TRINITY CHURCH, 1URDIE- VILLK-Mr. Willrid C. Marsh. Ser vices 11 a ra. Chiidres's church. 3.1! p.m. Sabbath school. 7.30 p.m. sub- ject, "God the Creator." Soloist Miss Mackenzie. school Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m. Wednesday a p.m. "A Quid Burns' pro- ceeds la aid ol huilding fund. Thurs rlay the paslor will be glad to any members or Iricnds of the con grcgafion. Friday choir practice at p.m. KN'OX PRRSIiYTERlAN'-Minlste Rev. A. G. Cameron, '-Public worshi ll.o.m. anti 1.30 p.m. Rev, VT. IT Toomljs, Raymoail, will preach both services. Morning suhject, "Th Threshold Grace." Kvcning subject "Haul's ICxultallon.11 Hoys' depart- ment of Sahbalh school at 2 other departments al 3. Chinese class at 4. Music for the day, morning an- [them, "Leave us not, neither forsaVc contralto Evening special mnsrc, .Strnrr's sacred cantatn, "The D.v.ighler of Jalrus." All welcome, BtranRcts and visitors ST. AXUIUUV'S CHITKCH-mii St., N'. llev. A. C. Rryan, will ptcach at both services. Sunday school at 3 p.m. All welcome. BELIEVERS Rurgrmnn's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for tho br.eaklnE of .bread at 11 a.m. preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday, 7.45 pm, BAPTIST FIRST RAPT1ST ClltlHCIl, corner of Third nvemie and >Jinlh Itev. U. Hoss. pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7.3.D p.m. Morning Bubject, MONTREAL BOND MARKET Montreal, Jan. general tone of today's market was reaction- ary, C. P. R. being the biggest loeer from yesterday's close, selling at at tho ooenlns to 21014 at Ihe Iceipls" were 568.65. close. Power sold at 220 to 2191A; Richelieu, to Iron, Quebec Rails, Testlle. 82Vi; menl, 30; B. C. Packers, 130; Crown ford, C. E. Cameron and It. A. Oil-. vice-ol the class has been IS and lics- The name ol Mr. John Ibey was week nieht meetings have, aho been proposed but Mr. ILey coutd not ECO held. Last winter relief work was his way clear lo stand, and asked to taken up and one family depended oa nave his name withdrawn. Messrs. R. the class entirely for support. A ten- W. Uaillie and B. H. Cook were np- nis court was conduced and the Pointed members held a successful tournament A vote of thanks was moved to tho choir, leader, organist, ushers, trea- surer and secretary, and the ladies e< vcrage at .he Sunday during the summer. The total re- Harry Mcfntosh, of session, the congregation served refresh- reported the organization of a ses- rnenls. sion, and gave a resume ol Ihe work Things never looked brighter for tis of Ihe congregation as viewed by the'congregation of St. Andrew's, .and session during the year. Reierer.ce .under the able leadership ot Mr. Cara- Icscrve, 195; Ames, Shawlnl- was made to the new organizations eron great tuhigs are looked for an, that carne into being at the begin-j 1914. To The Men Of Lethbridge CAY to your friend the next time you ask him "to have you try a little Ort if you are'the one asked to have something, say "I'll try a little O -T." And the reason for so saying a thlsi has the stimula-. lion and satisfying body of alcoholic liquors without the intoxicating and reactionary effects of alcohol. THE NEW DRINK FROM LONDON As a cocktail or a liqueur O-T may be taken straight. But its general is a drink-flavor. Used with ginger ale, lemonade, lime or grape juice with ssltzer, Vichy or soda water with Terrier or Apollinaris willi sherry and other wines (excepting only with whiskey, brandy, gin, aln', beer, porter or stout, O-T i-most highly to be commended. It tha flavor cf other just AS salt or. sauce whan added to food improves its palato quziily. Try .O-T. at Holtli, Burs, Ctlft, and Founolni. O-T is Non-AIcoholic. Buy It (i.i 12 or, and 55 oz, (ton Wine Merclianta, Grocera and Druggists. Keep O-T ;n your home. It fulfils admirably Ihe obligations of hospitality. O-T ii a tonic, stomAcblc and digestive. Its ii beneficial to all persona. O-T U wholesome and guaranteed free from everything p? mi or objecltonaUe. U the certificate of the BriUsb mosl body cf its hind in tho GOLD SEAL GRAND PRIX I The British Analytical HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY. Agents CAMPBELL, WILSON .4 HQRNE, Distributors for Groctra and Six's Feuntnlrtg ;