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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, "JULY 4, 1914 THOUGHT IT WOULD KILL HIM Torture From Chronic Indigestion, Short Treatment With "Fruit-a-tives" Completely Cured The Whole Trouble! CHURCH SERVICES C. T. HILL, Esq. Chatham, Ont., April 3rd, 1913 "Same two yfrars ago, I was a great sufierer from Indigestion. I treated frfth a prominent physician here for some time, but I did not get anr better so I Trent in to see him cue day and said ;'Doctor, what do I owe you? I am not any better and am going to quit you." I paid him'his bill and he remarked to me, "Charlie, you have'a case of chronic ludigeatfoa that will be hard to care." I left his office and as I stepped out on the street my eye caught a'bitt board advertisement of big "Fat Man and Thin Man" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Bank block, ser- vice at m.. Wednesday ey- ouing testimony' meeting, n.ra. Tile reading rooni is open to every- one every day from three to five P-ni- Everyone is cordially, invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S H. Rosentbal. pastor; Rev. P. Mini- wpgen, assistant. Children's Mass 9 a.m. High Mass, H a. m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. SALVAi ARMY Services are held at the. Citadel, Fift.'i street, us tollows: Sunday, il a.m., "o'iness meetius: 3 p.m., pralso meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights: Jlonday, S p.m., puolic meeting, led by sisters: 'Wednesday. S p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; .Thursday, p.m.. Salvation meeting. Citadel band in attendance: free and easy meetlnsf. CHRISTADS'-fHlANS CHIlLSTADELIMilAXS Meet- in he Caledonian Mall, 7th street smith. Vedaesrtays at S p. m. Bible class. Sundays at o p. in. to commemorate i '.the Lord's death, and at .7.30 p. m. to the glad tidings of-the i 'Kingdom of God. Subject "The re- j turn of Christ to the Earth. Evi- j tience that it is near." By Mr. Syd-! npy T. Batsiord. All seats free. JSo collection. i LETTER DAT SAINTS CHimCH OF JESUS 'CHRIST'OF LATTES DAT O.- E. "K'.l, 10th St. S.. near Y. M. C.' A. 10.30 a.m., Sunday 'school: 2 jun. oarfamenc meeting. Visitors always welcome. Hishop Geb. W. Green, lillcjr Second Ave. S. .Phone 1-193. i i.o-pei longer and cured myself entirely. Mycase was no light one either, .for many times when I was on the street, I was compelled to go into some store or business place until the acute spasms wore away. Gas would often form in' mr stomach and I was in daily fear it -would get around my. heart and kill me. "To-day, I hare no such fears. is the only remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Stomach Troubles." C. T. HILL. Perhaps your case'is exactly lite Mr. Hill's.- -If so, do exactly as he take "Fnrit-a-tives" and cure yourself. "FruU-a-iives" Tvilt prevent tfee forma- tion of gas in the stomach by making digestion complete. It wilt insure the food being promptly digested by providing an ahomadahce of gastric juice in the stomach. It keeps the stomach sweet and clean, not only by helping the digestion butslso by regulating Kidnevs and -Bowels and toning np the system. If you suffer with Indigestion, Drspeusia, Sour Stomach, Belching, Gas on the Stomach, Heart Pains pftcr Eatinsj, take "Fmit-a-tives." 5oc. a hoi 6 for trial at all dealers or from Limited, Ottawa. COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed Packed in and two pound tins only. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. 160 Public School Examinatio Promotion Lists FllOM PARE Thursday Park. Sp.m., Special waiting upon God for GRADE -1 to GRADE Ho den's Alirensv B. Collier, Saniib'rson, L. Dlesetli, L. .Marshall, 1 Kenton, D. Foibos, F. Geoghegan, I Coutts, D. Fraehe, B, Bel natt, .M. Walking, AT'Alirens, L. Fon J. ftlcRaOj D. Cndoba, C. Sang, 1 Aird, G. Pulley, JI. Scott, A. McVea D. Freeburger, L. Hill, w. Jlarr, 1 Pulley. GRADE 6 to GRADE Birch' JlcJfilleu, L. Ingrain, p Spe'ice, F. Porter, D. I luff, V. Be: uett, W. Henderson, P. Faunch, K lobortsou, A. Donald, Hopwood, A Westley, w. Ford, T. Spence, W. Kunst, G. Fraehe, r Smith, A. Simister, E. Robertson, JI Hop-wood, D. Holt, S. Holt. GRADE 7 to GRADE Bran Sellens, E. Kunst, V Beaton, D.. B. Sthyth, JI Geoghegan, N. Robison, L. Parry, JI Dofiairtsoii, D. Tuokwell, E. Hallwortb I. JlcVean. WESTMINSTER SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN to GRADE Miss McCali's W. Carter, D Carrot. A. Dieseth, 31. Logard, W Gurf, C. Gurr, .A. Hone, E. Howes, A Ham, R. Hudson, F. Kruse, V. Lead heater. J. Morris, D. MacNab, J. Mac Lsod, D. Martin, 0. Petts, M. Ritchie, M. Roberts, T. Tisbert, J. Thomas, R. Wright, A. Williams. Jr. GRADE 1 to 3r. GRADE Miss Kinney's class G. McNulty, D. Lew- is, M. Hyssop, W. Sparber, J. Dougall, Fuller, H. Pearson, D. Roberts, L. 'Binning, W. Hawes, M. Johnston; J. CHURCH-CornerJtJ Ave. and Fit- 1 .Tor the Proraise is ,ou teenth St. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, July 5th. No services, pas- tpr in Warner; Sunday school 3 p.m. Wednesday, teachers' meeting and re- icarsal. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrisht, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion. ev- your children, and to all that are afar o't, even as many as the Lord, our. God shall call." C How'to Make a Seal "Wrinkle Remover In these days of cleverly advertised "beatitifiers" of 57 varieties and more, ery Sunday morning at S a.m. and it is bard for a woman to believe she. at the eleven o'clock service on the j can make a simple '.nome remedy for first Sunday of the mouth. Evensong those hateful marks of age, worry and Percy CHndinnin, a Regina college student, was siieu at Miuvale, Sas You are sure of a Good Meal prepared right and served right at the Copnercia! Oyster and Chop House Beside Robertson's Book Store Fifth Street South. Best 25c IN THE CITY. TRY IT ONCE TENEMENT HOUSE- COLLAPSES: TEN KILLED Sv.w Torkj N.Y., six- storey tenement on One Hun- street and Lexington avenue, collapsed today, weakened by dynamite blasts in a near-by subway excavation work. Ten persons were killed, according to w-.riy. reports. Richard Jones, a C. P. R. section- man, while working beside the track, was accidentally shot iu the eye b; one of the soldiers of the 45th Regi- ment. Lindsay, returning- from Peta- and may lose the Eight of it as well as being affected in the brain. of tic bowels.t3.an abselute neces- sity for good health. Unless the v.-aste matter from the food which collects there is got rid of at least "once a day, it decays and poisons the whole body, causing biliousness, indi- gestion and sick headaches, Salts and other harsh mineral purgatives irritate the delicate lining of the bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian Root the boK-f Is effectively without weak- eniog, sickening or griping. Use Dr. Morse's w Root Ine Last Call to Breakfast My! How; everybody scampers when moth- er says "Last Call to And you can't blame them either, because they know; tfiey're going to have Look for the signature lOc per package -30 p.m. Sundav school 10 a.m. illness, which will..do her more good Glmiyllle, D. ST. MARY'S C. j alltl costlier umcjijtes, than the aver- ma'8 There's noth- H. Popham, rector.: Holy .Communion S a.m. .and Choral Eucharist on the lng !n the worW effective first Sunday of the inonth at eleven feet o clock- service. JIatins II a.m.. Sun- by dissolving an'bimce of pure powd- day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. ered saxolite In. a .'half, pint of witch j PRIMARY to GRADE JIcNuI- P. Payne. T. Cook, C. Wood, H. Mac- -Donald, K. Wryrostki, K. Stazuk. GHADE 1 to GRADE Tillack, J. Stafford, W. Knowlden, C. JTurray, Weeks', D. Paarson, JI. Tymchuk, R. Ingram, W. Hamm, L. Hills, L. Jlar- tiu, J.Stevenson, A.Wilson, W.Geiger, B. Binning, L. Bartlett, C. Carroll, L. Wright, E. Barclay, A. Fisher. Jr. GRADE 1 to Sr. GRADE Dieseth's class--L. Barfie't. A. Bed- ?ter, K. Bird, Carter, E. Davis, B. Fassum, W. FoA-fir, E Frayne, G. L. Howes, p 13. L. Leon ;u, G: Jiilan, G. Morden, llni-oing. ard, F. H. Jiockford, T. Parks, J. Tlmchuck, JL-Thomas, E. Thomas, J. Watson, I. Winicott, B. Waterhouse. GRADE 1 to GRADE Wilson, ST. CYPRIAN'S ner ,8th Ave. .and Eleventh St. Kcv. Canon JIcJlilJEn, rector.. Matins -11 _ a.m. Ev'ensonp 7 30 p. m Sunday j ln two or three-Jiainutes at a time, school and Bible ''class three p.'m'. i. loss lie augmented by despair and apprehension? Cr .would their minds lie easy in, Ihe .knowledge that yoii had made provision for their maintenance? Thcsct arc which, if you arc a right minded man, yon will answer while you have the opportunity, by applying for an -Imperial Home.Protcction policy-of sufficient amount to meet your particular needs. for information now. To-morrovr you may be uninsurablc. Address. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada Head Office, Toronto J. B. Wilkie, District Manager, Lethbridge -The Imperial for pollcyholdtra' protection itronger policy reserves than thotc of any other Canadian life aiiurance company. GRADE 1 to Duns- Fairbanks, N. Pon- ch, P. Holmes, J. Martin, I. Main, Lewis, Griesdale, ,1. oiar, Nf S. Kern- ey, W. .Mitchell, C. D. Rri- sii J. G. Charest, W. ryon.'M. Peacock, A. Zak, B. Worth- ngton.v Cr1: D. Dunlop. GRADE GRADE Bryan, Bne, B. Mercer, H. Reid. J. Goldie, O. Redahaw, 11. eamari, A.' Logan, A. Seaman, .H. eaton, M.. Gibson, It. Bourne, AV. halmers., M. Bodnar, F. Vair, S. rown, GRADE: 2 to GRADE D. Charest, M. An- ttsi R. Ponecb, El Talbot, R. niieyj Shaw, J. Tenant, I. Wilson, F. Vere, Giles, J. WylKvA. Jarvle, Ross, jroorS, S. Cunningham." GRADE'S to -GRADE Chalmers, H. Taylor, L. Sumner, J. wetlish. H. Cockerill, C. Ascroft, K. eorge, J. Pcche, O- Moore, N. Fun- ..-It Mil-i The Bed Corner VALUES ON OUR 10d TABLES FOR SATURDAY S Knibhs, JI. Wardman, L.. .Martin, T. Allan, B. Olander, E. Tillack, R. I j Grist, F. Pimm, L. Bains, B. Smeed, GRADE 5 to GRADE 3 i R. Henderson, J. Watson, -T. Park, D. R Jianenj L. Buchanan, A. iDoe, T. Stevenson, Pearson, J. oss, V. Norman, P. Dunlop, I. 51.' Psa- ck. GRADE 4 to GRADE ound's Holmes, W. Grant, M. Smith, Ji Logan, M. Haz- W. Wairwork, A. Buchanan, L. H.' 'Harrison, R. Kergan, H. owln, S. Hargreaves, V. Miller, B. C. Heaton, K. Diggerj% A- Cain, D, Saxon, J. Miller, G. Sear, L. Gibson, P. Cain, J. Linning, G. Boul- ton, R. Brown, .1. Szabo, A. Brown, 0. Sumner, L: Hedenstrom, E. Willets, G. McLeary. GRABE to GRADE .Cam- eron's Hedenstrorn, M. Dun- lop, W. Harrison, M. AscroEt, C. Mell- ing, G-. Parsons, E. HEtrgreaves, T- Logan, II. Kergan, L. Mitchell, A. Radiey. Snlivan, Foster, .M. HARDIEVILLE SCHOOL GHADE 1 to GRADE man's Christie, M.Sopa. JI. Susuar, S. Harris, D. Bizove. J. Ros- owan, .M. Pergley, jr.' Biiloekawski. F. Ash, A. Canada's Best Flour OQLVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR _jSJBarkiey, G. Jones. M. Chaplow, A. Watson, H. Chapman, H. Payne, T. Arnold, A. Binning, P. Whitton. GRADE 5 to GRADE Hal- penny's MacLellan, W. Westcott, E. Westcott, R. Knon-Iden, H. Hill, J. Thomson, B. Macindoe, A. Lewis, JI. Flinn, W. Coffey, B. JIc- N'abb, JI. Grist, G. Wilson, D. Me- Jleekin, G. Shaw, G. Grist, H. Ingram, E. O'iander. GRADE -1 to GRADE .Marshal, R. Jiockford. A. Wood, I. Jowett, E. Smeed, D. Kerr, P. Taylor, G. Doe, A. Jarvie, J. 'Liv-ie, N. Geiger, J. McN'ulty. GRADE a to GRADE Rruco's .Robertson, S. McGowan, .M. [Walton, K. McIIvena, C. iPankhurst, K. Washbrook. j GRADE 6 to GRADE 7r-M. Flinn, ;JI. Gillies, J. Stevenson, A. McIIvena, IF. stain.-s, F. Ingram, L. White, Goldie, A. Horn, W. Wylie, C.'Bains, :W. Ridpath, J. Wilson, F.Wardmau, 0. Tillaclf, E. Deiger, A. Walton, JI. Dodd, A. Roberts, A. Jlegredy, E. SALBRAITH SCHOOL Grade 1 to GRADE Derrin- ger's Hanoslk, B. Uattison, H. Funnt'il, A. Kronynack. CLASS C to CLASS Kostel- Kerean, J. N. Zak. N. .Mercer. CLASS B to CLASS Leigh, G. Credlco, A. Rcrli. JI. Kropynack. CLASS C to CLASS Hanosik, H. .Saxon, W. Willelts, H. Komar, n. FROM COAST TO COAST, AND OVKI! ALI, THE WORLD, IT MAKKS AND KEEPS THIS HKPUTAT10N Ogilvie Tour Mills Co. Ltd. Winnipeg fort William Medicine Hat Montreal Largest Millore In HID lirltlsil capacity IjarrelH .Millers to Ills .Majesty GRADE 1 to GRADE Hods- kins' Chemolll, L. Leigh, L. delimit, J. Chalmers, J. Fozard, M. Ralston: T. Kadloy.'J. Talbot, A. Ko- tar, S. Bowne, A. Uniting, M. Swedish, II. Peacock; E. Gowan, K Fox, M. Logan, A. Park, M Hurontli, 'Hi Fox, G. Wjlle, 8. ..Ward. Cr.AS'S C C. .Mitchell. L. Wiiletle, ;it. Holnku. B. Hart, JI. Cnllluck, T. Arm- acoln, S. Hanojikl, U. L. Moore, W, V.. Wehb, Fairbanks, J. A. Adams. J. Wright, G. Scott, S. Gergely, T. Don, N. Mitchell A. Gangue, C.. Albert. CLASS B to CLASS Pnla- machit, JI. Bodnaruk, P. A. Susnar, M. Bizove, T. Harris, J. Sewis B. Burdeuei. CLASS C to CLASS Zasadny, J. Trehib, Petrauych, M. Susnar, A. Kosowan, R, Hopkins, G. Sazaruk, G. Stanks; J. Christie, J; Bobines, A. Jzacshas. "GRADE 2 to GRADE Frame's Jlezaros, S. R. Mc- Millan, T .McMillan, R. V. Ash, C. Lewis, P. Zasadney. GRADE .3 (o GRADE L bienes, D.'Harris, E. Harris, JI. E. A. izaruk. GRADE 4 to GRADE J.yDo'w, J. Wright, T. Christie. GRADE 5 to GRADE H. TJireatful. GRADE 6 to GRADE Steakley. BATTERSEA Standing of grades' at Battersea school, June 30: GRADE Pearson. GRADE Beiswanger, Chester McDonald. GRADE McDonald, lla McNabb, Stanley 'Landry, Bessie No- lan, .Toe Nolan, Felt Pearson. GRADE Landry, JIaudio Poole, Alice Jones, Ruth Fisher. GRADE! Landry, Haz- el Pearson, Willie Nolan. GRADE Whitely, Lillian Fisher, Hattie Jones, Florence Nolan, Ernest Landry. GRADE Cnplin, Helen Landry. E. S. JIatheson, teacher. FIGURES AT THE INQUEST EM- PBESS DISxVSTER AT RIMOUSKI FiSffifE.mJfAlrJGOATjAS'.-K'ANmH.riffiT SUFFOLK CAffeKEIM B.AT mou.'fjT foACAfi: warm air, properly humidified, important to health. Location in of water-pan above _____feedidoor ensures it. See the McCIary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by ;