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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .JULY 8, JOIti DAILY PAGE SEVEN PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Avc. and 8th Street S. Rev. A. H. Dtnoon, Pastor, 1211) Fourth' Avi'imo S.. phono IIM RogulBr scrvlcoB at 11 a-'n- M0 p.m. Boyo' Department ill 10 a.m. Biq Brothers and Big slaters at 12.30. 3 iT.ra.: Adult Bible Clnss uud the rest. of tlie School. 4 p.m.: Clilaeau Class. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicol, M. A., Regular Services morning and oven- ing. Sunday School at 2 and p.m. Trinity Church, Hardicvillc Leslie Logue Boyd, B.A., Minister. 2.80 p.m.: SiibfoatU Scliool. 7.30 p.m.: Churcli Service. METHODIST Wesley Churcli Rev. G. H. Cobfaledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 Dominion Day Sc-rvices. 10 a.m.: Illble School and Adult Class- es. 11 ii. m.: and 7.SO m.: Service by the pastor and music by the choir. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tn Street and 8th Avc. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMfflen, B.A., Rector a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Koly and 3rd Sun- days at S.liOi 2ud and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. St. Mary's .Church Cor. 5th Avc. and 12th Street C., N. Holy Communion Every, Sunday Choral at 8 a.m. Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sunrlays ot the month at 11 a.m., ami on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 4Ui Sunday at 1J a.m. Sunday School ami Adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Aye. N., Baptist Church iun., remembering the Westminster Church Rev. J. B., Francis. Pastor Ifl a.m.: Children's Class; Meeting. 11 a m Children's to [tit.1 "Preserv- ing Eggs." Sermon, i'hc Modern Snbbath." p. m.: Sunday School. p. m.: Topic'. "The Fife Beauti- ful." Special address lo 'he Queens of Avalpn. CHRISTADELPIHANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Higinbothsm Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South S p.m. Bible Class. 3 p.m., to Com mo mo rale the Lord's Death and at 7.31) p.m.. to proclaim the glad tidings of '.ho Kingdom of God. Lord's Dcalli. pel meeting. livening, 7.30, Cos- 10 School. p.m., Prayer and the Word. p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Uaplism ot the Holy Ghost. A HEARTY WELCOME'TO ALL BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. 11 a .m. and 7.30 p. m.: Rev. Wm. Phillips, of Spokane, will preach. 12.00 noon: Sunday School. LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7ln Avc. and 12th St. S. Sunday a.m. Midnight Cry. Behold Sacrament p.m. the Bridegroom Cometh." All Seats Free. No Collection BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day Tor the Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday. School at 3 p.m. Gospe! Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 p.m. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week S p.m.. Pub- lic Meeting, led hy Sisters. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, S p.m., meeting. free and easy Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Wnlcomo Bishop Ceo. W. Green, lOio 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 CHRISTIAN Christian Church Calgary. ,'uly 7. Tim need of a sys- tem of credits for livestock producers better than that extended by the char- luruil tnuik.s, wan point empha- sized by every witness who appeared before the Saskatchewan Livestock Commission, which sat hero today. The commission conmBtn of W. C. Sutherland, Dr. A. C. Rutherford of the natural rosourcen department of the 0. P. R., W. A. Wilson, dairy commis- sioner of Saskatchewan, and J. D. Mc- Gregor. JlayluiHl. a leading livestock commission man of f.'jilgary, said that too many iocal hank managers were hoys who had been promoted up and had about as much idea of the live- stock business as bad of the ancient Hindoo language. Secretary W. of the Alberta Cuttle Urcedtti-K' association of Olive, AHa., said that wlion, on rare occa- sions there was u manager who under- stood Hie .situation, ho was likely to be transferred and bt; succeeded by another man whose first demand ot the- farmer wan "let mo see the color (if your money." George Lane, of Calvary, one of the largest cattle breeders of the west, also very on i spoken against the present credit system, Utaf. a man was often compelled to sell at, a if not at a positive loss, :o the bank's demand i'or ;i repayment of its advances. He declared that the livestock industry in Canada was be- ing throttled because the cattle are iieing forced south, bcin-.; sold in the United States to satisfy the demands of the banks. In answer to que.sd'ons by Dr. Fai- .hcrford, Mr. Lane declared that he in favor of having the livestock mlustry put under government con- trol, having the c.onimi.ssion men bond- governuieni employees at tlie scale ind in control. Ho was in favor of having government livestock credits but not under the loan company sys- cm. .e more ijou know about In 1 and 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground lor Perco- lators, ni V Sergeants Domina and Hobbs-Fcr- iiie, are in the city on a strenuous re- cruiting campaign for the Bat- .a I ion of Winnipeg (The Vikings of Canada.) N'o doubt our renders have watched the steady progress of the since they .started recruiting. a.m.: Sunday School, The average height of the men .be- ed by Communion Service. Everybody Welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet- ing at S p.m. HEADING ROOM OPEN TO EVERY- ONE DAILY FROM 3 to ii n m. WHEN TRAIN HIT BIG AUTO FIRE TRUCK ing an inch more than any other bat- talion in Canada. The men now make a splendid showing in Winnipeg and it will be but a short time buiWe the Battalion IK up to strength. Quartered in the exhibition bar- Winnipeg, with the splendid drilling grounds and other accommo- dations, the battalion has every chance to Jiiake a name I'or itself in the old country as it has done in Canada. The novel idea of living the life in Lethbridgc as they do in camp occur- red to the representing sergeants who have pitched a tent on the Gait square to be used as living quarters as well as a recruiting office. The men rep- resenting the battalion in the city are no novices at recruiting work and it is expected that sood results will be brought forth by their efforts. It will be hardly possible for the ser- geants to visit every eligible man dur- ins their short stay but, they are here to" deal with every man's case separ- ately and individually and every as- sistance will be rendered to those men who havo difficulties which may be hindering ihem from .joining the colors. Sergeant liobhs-Fernic. is an old habitant of Lctlibrdge and would like lo see as many of his com- rades who are left come along with him lo the city of Winnipeg. Sergeant Domina has charge of the machine gun section and is especially j recruiting stalwarts for this work. It i is expected that, the Lewis type of j machine gun will shortly be available for exhibition purposes and Sergt. Domina who is conversant with the entire mechanism of the gun, will be glad to give a demonstration of how the gun is used in the trenches. REV. W. S. GRIFFIN, Treasurer of the Canadian Metho- dist. Superannuation Fund, now in his 90th year, who has just attended his GSth Conference in Toronto, where he made several vigorous and inspir speeches. This shows the wreck made of London's ?SOOO fire motor by the Grand Trunk train, which killed one and injured three. Inset ia the 'dead fire captain, John Case. Fruit glassware and spark- ling when cleaned with Old Dutch oaiH OF mm .Milan, July arriving in Switzerland from Germany report serious troubles in several German lowus, among others, Berlin, immed- iately after the first news was received ot the Anglo-French offensive. Crowds marched through the streets shouting: "Knongh ot" war. Let us lmv-3 peace." The disorders this time were differ- ent from the customary food riots and seemed far more serious, having all the characteristics of popular revolt. The riots Uorlin wen: except- ionally grave. People surrounded the troops to force them to join tho re- volt and they took the wheels off military wagons and gun carriages and used them for barricades. The most serious demonstration was nt 1'otr.dam last Sunday. A vast mob ndulger! in imprecations against the kaiser and the imperial family. Sheets were SQcratoly JiamJod round which was printed: "Death to tile kaisor. Donth to tho man who wants war. Death to tho crown prince. Long live free Germ- any, free from these parasites who have led it. to ruin." Tooiato PROGRESS OF THE RUSSIAN STEAM ROLLER This map shows the extent of remarkable .June drive of the Rus- sian Army into Austrian tetriion'. mm m mm Rome, via London, July Hai- ti offensive is being pressed strong- ly and in various sectors further pro- sy has been made. The ofiiciEil ac- count of operations from the war ollice today follows: "Uetween the Adige and the Astico there is intense activity on the; part of tlte artillery, particularly the fihyV batteries which are bombing the slopes of Monte .Ma jo. North the Posina the enemy still resists our attacks along the Rio Freddo and Atico Valleys. "On the Sette Comuni Plateau we renewed the attack with the support of our artillery on the strongly fort I lied line of the enemy from Monte InteiTotto to Montu Ompigolelto. We captured two important points of the enemy's defences near Casera Zebio and Malza Pozza, taking prison- ers, including five officers, and three machine guns. Violent attacks against the positions we had just captured driven back with heavy loss to the eiiciuy. "In the Campelle valley we contin- ued to dislodge hostile detachments from the slopes east of thu Maso and took 103 prisoners. On the remainder of this front the artillery was activ "In the Monfalcone sector the enemy attempted to deliver two at- tacks" against our new positions east of Selz. but was driven back at the point of ilie bayonet, leaving about 30 prisoners in our hands." Tooth Paste W. CLARK, LIMITED. MANUFACTURERS MONTHliAL Burdett, -July district of Burdett never looked as prosperous at this time of the year, as the early sowing is almost headed out and the late sowing is doing remarkably well. Burdett celebrated the Sth annual Old Settleis day, on July 4tli, which was a grand success. Over 900 men, women and children were on the grounds, which shows the farmers are rejoicing over tlie outlook for a bum- per harvest. In the horse racing events: Sanely- took first; Jas. Trnnnull second, Scott third in the pony race. Hamilton took 1st and Fischer Uud in the farmers' trot. In the free-for-all Sandy with "Silver" took 1st; Scott and Turnbull were tie for second. Hamilton 1st, Fischer 2nd and Scott 3rd, in the novelty race. Taber Cops Purse Taber carried off the purse in the three cornered baseball tournament beating, first Bow Island and then Bnrdett. The members of the Bow Island team were not all able to attend, so the toam was filled out with players in the crowd. Taber had no trouble to win this game. __ Icore 7-2. TIUtie- land-'and Lewis; Bow Island, Underwood and Garrison. But Tabor had to extend herself a little on the Durdett team. For real baseball this game was Al up to the Sth scoring. After that it loosened up a little with the visitors steadily getting on the big end of the score until the eighth. Then the home team nutst have sat down on a pin when they came in to the bench. At least they batted like they were mad. But they only got four runs, while the visitors bad sev- en, and In the ninth only packed home one more. Score, Batteries: Taber, Lewis and Lewis; Burdett, Emard and Elford. The Southern Alberta Hardware Co. ru erfwUng a largo hardware store at present in Burdett, 60 x 40 feet, which will add greatly to our village. Tho grading of the trunk line be- tween Bnrdett mid Foremost is pro- gressing rapidly. S. T. Elford is in charge, of the government gnuler. The Methodist parsonage Is being overhauled and an addition of 1-1 x '2ft, with two storeys added, which whon completed will be a credit to tlie vil- age as well an those who gave hand- somely to the new structure. Our new I pastor, Kcv. H. S. Bird, P.. A., is in (charge and by the way he handles I the saw and square. Is also some car- pentcr, are pleased to learn that Misa Kthel Hall, of Bnrdeit. who took very ill .some time ago at Taber, Is rapidly improving. A specially posed photograph of Supreme Court Justice Charles Evans Hughes, the Republican nominee for President of the United States, with his family. Front row, loft to right: Charles E, Hughes, jr., Mrs. Hughes, Miss Elizabeth Hughes. Rear row, left to right, Miss Helen Hughes and Miss Catharine Hughes. Ogilvie'a means Economy WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SAPOWSKI, PROP, DISTRIBUTOR ifj LETHBRIDOE ;