Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY H E R A L Pv SATURDAY. JULY 24, 1915 But read the six points l-Crowdod with flavor j-VdT.tr bodj-: so CKIT 4-S.e.liug puritr 5-From a dajUsht f.ctory 6-umouchtd br hands SofteH. VStlltt J 'The rf PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS MADE IN CANADA ANGLICAN ST. AUfil'STIN'S Canon Murrcll-Wright, Ki-ctor. Holy Comnumion, S a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. livensonsi "-30 p.m. ST .MAKY'S ClH'KCII-Cornor 5th Ave. ami 12U: St. C, N. Holy communion every Sunday morning, at Ban, Choral "Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sunda-'s of the month at 11 a m., and on all "High Festivals. Mutins on the 2nd and -Ith Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class at o p. in. at 7 30 ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner Eleventh street and Eighth avenue. South: KeV. Canon W. V. McMillell. July 25: .Matins and Holy Communion. 11 a.m.; Uvenscng, p.m.: Rev. Canon McMlllen will preach at both services. Sunday school. Junior Boys', Junior Girls' and Adult Bible classes. 3 p.m." Bible- class lesson: "The Dedication of the Temple.'' Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder In every instance where you use Blue Ribbon goods you save money. They so further and so cost less than any other. Order a can of Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder when next ir. your grocer's. The result is sure to please. Sold with a money back guarantee. IN IK Off CHURCHES IRON SPRINGS, GRASSY LAKE, BOW. ISLAND AND RAYMOND FARMERS SUFFER In a thunderstorm which swept the Iron Springs district north of the city last night, between six and eight o'clock, hail damaged the crops of eight or iiliw (arnica's In the dis- trict, one or two Ix'ing hit rather badly. As lar us-can he learned, the crop of T. li. Kane suited moat, while tlio iiUallu crop of Chas. Kauo wan'severely hit. Other farmers who suffered wcic .1. 11. Beiswangcr, ,1. Norman, Goo. llcrt Wiirron and W. J. Hunt. ThurMliiy NlgiU's Storm In a hail'storm which lasted just ono minute between 50 anil 60 pot cent damage was donp to crops at Grassy Lake and Bow Island. At Bow Island 2000 acres suffered, half of which was covered by insurance. At Grassy Lake about 500 acres were hit. At j'urplo Springs T. 11. llud- sou's lino crop was damaged about 30 per cent. i Thursday night's storm appears to have been most severe on the Mac- 1 Icod line In Xantou district claims amounting to have been tiled with the government, but this will probably- be adjusted to about the amount. Bow Island Farms Suffer Bow Island. .luly ill visited during lost half FROM THE ORIENT TO YOUR TEA-TABLE THE FRAGRANT AROMA SECURE IN THE SAFETY OF THE SEALED ict Hun U B d FRECKLE-FACE HAVE ftMED BIG -Suri and Wind Brjng Out Ugly Spots. How to Remove Easily. Here's a chance, iMiss Freckle-face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable dealer that it ill not cost you a penny unless it re- moves Uie freckles; while if it does you a clear complexion the ex- pense is trifling. teimply get an ounce double any druggist and a few applications should show }ou how easy it is to rid yourself of the; homely freckles and get a 'beau- tiful complexion. Rarely is more than one ounce needed for the worst case. Be sure to ask the druggist for the dotfble Etrenglh othine as this is the prescription sold under guarantee ot money tack if it falls to remove CASTRO IS ORDERED DEPORTED St. Thomas, D.W.I., July Danish government ordered the de portation of Cipriano Castro, former president of Venezuela, who arrived here Monday from Port of Spain Trinidad, determining that he retun on the steamer oa which he came. Consequently, Castro left this after- noon aboardUhe British steamer Ber- foice, presumably for Trinidad, where he nas. resided for" some time. KY. ens Kev. A. 11. Dcnoon, services to morrow at 11 am., subject, "After Hoys' de- partment of Sunday school at 10. oth- er classes at close of morning ser- vice. Evening service at 7.30. sub- ject, "Call to the Better Life." Ev- eryone cordially welcomed. 'ST ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- vice at 11 a.m.: evening service at 7.30. Junior Sunday school at 2; sen- ior Sunday school at 2.1 n. TRINITY CHI'tiCH, HARDIB- T. T. Kaichncy. Ser- vices for Sunday. July 11: Children's service at 11.00 o'clock. Sunday school at 2.30. Evening service at 7 30 -VII are cordially invited. Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 a. in.; evening service at 7.30. A. M. McLeod, pastor. METHODIST WESLEY G. H. Cobblrdick, pastor, residence 330 llth St. S. Phone 104. 10 a.m. Bible school. 11 a.m.. the pastor will be assisted by Rev. Mr. Copebnd of London. Out, who will preach. 3 p.m.. Onward BiKe class. 7.30 p.m., "The Verdict and the Future." Street N., Rev J. B. Francis, pastor. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a. m. Morning sermon, closing address of seven i sermons on "Loyalty of Jesus Christ.' (Children's topic, "A Fort." Evening I subject. "The Unseen Force." CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner 3rd Ave. and Sth St., Rev. W. G. pastor. Services tomorrow 10.30 Bible school. Morning sermon 1130 Evening sermon. 7.30. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rcv. D. Ross, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Noon, the Bible school and adult class. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHU11CH OF JESUS CHRIST OF UTTER DAY SAlNTS-Corner ol Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 am. Sunday school; 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1015 Second Ave. S. Phone .1183. CHR1STADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the -Moose Hall, Higinbotuam 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 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Sub- ject, "The Spirits in Prison." All seats free, 'no collection. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth street. Rev. C. Grant, min- ister. Sunday school, at 3 p. m English services at 7.30. Enables housekeepers anJ others to produce ihe foeat quality of Home-made Bread without trouble Bread made with Royal Yeast wiH keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. MADE IN CANADA OW.GIILE1T rcrsuns stale that ono hundred per cent. Kay Knight 'i i cmifhlcTil.lc d'imagc was dour there I had about a thousand acres of the severe uuu hv hail? with about 50 per cent, ot linesl grain in the country cut flat. siderable damage was done to the "'j about partially hail-' country' were broken by hail home section wub i still HUTS 'in the Welling district "that sus- at 5 a.m. tnincil heavy losses were Peterson, Raymond Country Swept Wilde, Bnllock, Sclmnicr, and Mc- Rivmonil Jul'v 21 The damage llride. fron 'nil in Hsi night's storm will .lames Fisher, of Raymond, was UOIll nan.in I.I-T" ..i-------1 A email ct.rm M compW.elv hailed out while oth- at about a.m. and ba are onlv slishtiiv touche.l. Insur- found on the ance was carried on' about 1000 acres of what was hailed out. Among those hit were H. Scbonort, Phil Can- tin, Harold I.andsdell, It. K. Fore- it an, Otto 1'argcc. J. Ilurd, W. A Keys, J. 1-1. Martin, George Lo- TORONTO.ONT. WONtKtAL mas V. Henderson, R. S. Bcat- of dcll- tie I. 13. -lames, Mcaehant and Thicker, C. C. Ualkman, R. S. Dav- j idson. 1 Reports at Bow LI and irobanlv run inlo thousands ars. Tile path of the storm was from the nortli-wcsl to the south- east and a less destructive storm swept through the southern portion lotally-rleaned out A small strip of 's grain was nit, James E. Mllison, Uriinliiill brothers, Mceks hrolliers and Mark Dover were heavy losers. oHl'ie diVldS from the west. i Hay Knight was well covered by in- We ing s Practicallv hailed out. as were also some of the todav from The i ses o, many hums will be other RUSSIANS CAPTURED BY GERMANS IN GALICIA Montreal, July 21 .-H. V. Mere- dith president of the Bank of Mont- ROMAN CATHOLIC real' last night confirmed the report ST. PATRICK'S-Corner Fourth tlat ,t Bank of Montreal, acting as j avenge Fath- fiscal agents for the government, assistant. Children's Fr. Mil- Mass at Porrathians on their way to an Austrian concentration camp. Picture shows a trainload of Russian prisoners passing over a .bridge in theCarpathians on ____ WOMAN SUFFERED TEN YEARS fiscal agents ,or inc m.. j assistant, uniiaren s :uast, .m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at i n m., special waiting upon God for ,he baptism of the Holy Ghost. A icarty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, American cotton mills" are now us-I ton a year as compared with ing more, than J hales of cot-1 0110 bales 43 years ago. 300 Recovered. At 9.45 a.., more than 300 bodies had been recovered from-the steam- er wreck. This statement was made by Dr. T. S. Carter, who exalned the bodies. The Captain's Storv Chicago, 111., July Harry Pedersen, 57 years old, of Ben ton Harbor, Mich., who was In com- mand of the vessel, was on ithe bridge, and -was about ready to Belleville I Qllt> wllen noticed the boat he I gin to list. I shouted orders to open [the inside doors nearest the Igive the people a chance to get.Cjllt. Auburn, N. suffered i'rorc She continued to roll, and shortly af- nervousness for ten years, and had such organic pains thatsometimes I would lie in bed four days at a time, could not eat or sleep and did not want anyone to talk to me or bother me at all. Sometimes I would Buffer for seven hours at a time. Different doctors did the best they conld for me until four months ago I began giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial end now I am in good WILLIAM K. 16 Pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. The above are only two of the thou- sand! ol grateful letters which con- FiTth street, as follows Sunday, 11 Ktantly being received by the Pinkham am., Holiness meeting 3 p. m., I Medicine Company of' Lynn, Mass., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation I which ibow clearly what great things neeting. Week nights Monday, 8 p. m., public meeting, led by sisters Wednesday' S p. in., Soldiers' meet- ing Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance j Saturday, 8 p. m. free and easy ;__ Lvdi Lydia E. Pinkham's VegeUbk Com pound does for those who suffer from ing. Jle.diclneCo. (ronll LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF DAY of Tour letter will be Seventh avenue and welfth opened, r c a d and 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 P.m., answered by a wo; sacrament meeting. Visitors always man and held h welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016. Second avenue, South. 'Phone, 1493. Left handedness is inherited, often through several generations, accord- ing to an English scientist, who has investigated 78 families, including more than 3000 individuals. itrict ctildeao ter the hawsers broke, and the steam er turned over on its side, and wa drifting toward the middle of the er. she went over, I jumped I and held onto the upper side. "It all .happened in two minutes. The cause Is a mystery to me. I have sailed the Lakes for 25 years, and previous to'that sai'ied on salt water 12 years, and this is the first seriou accident I ever had. I do not know how it happened." Captain Arrested Chicago, III., July Harry Pedersen and First Mate Dell Fisher of the Eastland were placed un- der arrest by First, Deputy Superin- tendent of Police Schueteler. Deputy Coroner David Jones and Sheriff John E. Traeger of Cook County, who arc directing tho work of removing the bodies from the hull of the Easriand, stated that from re- ports of the bodies still within the hull, they feared the list dead would reach and might reach 1DOO. At 11 o'clock, the police reported that 500 .'bodies been recovered. Reports from various places on the river said that more bodies were be- ing taken from the water. ED ROSE Sliced Bananas with lOc. perpkg. TOASTED CORN FLAKES is good tea"