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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX THE BRIDGE SATURDAY, JULY 81, 1913 Baky Thriving Mother Happg mother and nurse is anxious about baby's health during the hot weather. The dread of colic is ever present, and the awful infantile mortality in summer cannot be forgotten, Baby can only thrive during !hs -tinier If Ms food- being proof against contamination-is absolutely pure, is suited 'to his age and powers, and is wholly digestible and nourishing. P I P I 1 The Milk "oods 152 need only boiling water to be zzz IJded to them ready lor use: trouble is thereby saved and harraMScTms avoided. The No. 3 Food is a specially prepared Malted food that is easily digested and exceptionally for children over 6 months ol age who aw been weaneo. _ Doctors, Karscs and Parents throughout ffic world use and recommend these nourishing Foods. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S Canon ilurrell-Wrlght, Hector. Cviuuiuuluu. Sunday School, ilO a.m.; 'Jiorning service, 11 a.m.; I livensong, 7.30 p.m. ST. MARY'S ol 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion every Sunday morning at S a. in. Choral lOucharist on tho 1st Hint 3rd Slllldn.vB of Iho month at 11 m., ami on all llisli Festivals. .latins on the 2nd and -Itil Sunday at 1 a.m. Sunday school and adulj iiblc class at 3" p. in. Kvcnsong at .30. ST CYPRIAN'S CHl'RCH. corner street and Klglilli r.venuc with; Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen.. August 1: Holy S.30 a.m.: .Matins, 11 a. n.- Evenson. p.m. Canon Jlc- .liilen urcach nt both services, nmday school and Bib'.e classes, 3 m. 'Bible class lesson. "0110611 of Sheba's Visit to King PRESBYTERIAN KNOX-I'astor, Itev. A. 11. naiise 131S 4tb Ave...S.. phone 102, ervicos to morrow at 11 am., subject, and Prospect." Boys ue- jartment ol" Sunday s.'hool a 10 other departments at service at 7.30, T. 1. will preach. Hiss Cloutier of Toronto, will sing soios at services. Everyone cordially welcom-j il' CHURCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- vice at 11 a.m.; Regular monthly in- tercessory sen-ice. Evening service at 7 3d, subject, "The King and His Herald." Junior Sunday school av i; senior Sunday school at 2.13. TRINITY CHUKCil, HARD1E- VlLLE-l'astor, T. T. Faichney. Ser- vices tor Sunday, Aug. 1 Children's 7 iO Kov A. H. Denoon will preach the 'anniversary service. All are cor- dially welcome, pres. Sabbath school, 11 t 7 '30 A 51 HiLK FOOD NO 1. MILK FOOD NO. 2. HALTED FOOD NO. 3 From t .oath. THE COMPLETE PROGRESSIVE SYSTEM OF BABY FEEDING Write for free book "Infant Feeding and Management." Sixty-four pages of valuable information for every mother. Post free-with sample. State age of baby and -whether weaned or not. The ALLEN HANBURYS Co., jjinited TORONTO. CONTB.OL OTTAWA SEPARATE SCHOOLS TWO KILLED WHEN FRENCH AEROPLANE DROPS 1000 FEET Issy les Moulineaux, France, J.ulj French aeroplane, carrying a pilot and an observer, fell to 'tin ground from a height of about TOOt feet, while making a flight here '.as night. One of them jumped as the was falling, but was killed on striking ilia ground near a railwa> track. The other occupant of the ma chine was burned io death as the mo tor exploded when it hit the ground. A new idea for a fascinating dish J Ice Cream and TOASTED lOc CORNperpkg 4! Made in Canada, at London, Ontario Place a cone of ice cream in the diah, and smoth- er with Cornflakes at serving. You will find this de- lightfully refreshing. CHR1STADELPH1ANS CHRISTADELPHIAN'S Meet in the Moose Hall, Higiubc-tham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p 8 rt.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. bvcuing sa- vice at-7.30. Sermons at eacli service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH CHRIST McLeod SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh coinmemorate the Lord's death, and LUTHcRAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN 1 fth St' S. Phone 404. 10 a.m. Bible school. Horning service at 11 a. m. i p m. Onward Bible class, hyemng it-vice, 7.30 p.m. Rev. Buchanan will preach. T Street Rev J B. "Francis, pastor. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a. m. preached by Mr. Evening service by C. B. Mclvmnon. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN1 CHtTRCH Corner .iril and Sth St., Rev. Yshrr, pastor. Services tomorrow. 10.30 Bible school. Morning sermon 1130 Evening sermon, i.30. BAPTIST FIRST B D. Ross, pastor. Services at 11 a m and 7.30 p.m. Noon, the Bible school and adult class. Jiorning ser- vice Intercession spvice. Evening, "The faith that satisfies." LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY SAIXTS-Corper ol Seventh Ave. and 13th street.. 10.30 a m., Sunday school 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Oco. ,W. Green. 1010 Second Ave. S. Phone 1493. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth street.. Rev. Falh- cr Rosenthal, pastor; Rev. Fr. Min- wegin, assistant. Children's Mass at Banish Pimples! Pimples, Boils, and other skirt erup- tions arean almost infallible indication thac the hlood is impure. Abbey's Kffcrvescent Salt is the simplest and most positive Blood Puri- lier that can be used. When we have perfect digestion we must have pure normal blood, which supplies healthful nutrition to all the organs and tissues of the body; and as a result we must have healthy functions and the absence of disease in any form. Abbey's Effer- vescent Salt produces this condition by ensuring healthy digestion and the elimination of all morbid matter from the system. Sold everywhere at 2ac. and 60c. Sold by Higinbotham Co., BELIEVERS Burgi'innn's Ha'il, 41S Thirteenth street. North assemble on -the Lord's Day tor the breaking of bread at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 3 p.m. Gospel preaching at 11 ;.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, 7.'45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL JIISSION-Fiith N'orth Baptist cburch, Sunday moniing at It o'clock, remembering the Lord's death. Sunday evening 7 30 Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m.', Gospel meeting. Thursday at, S special waiting upon [or, the baptism oi the Holy Ghost. A1 hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are held .at the Citadel, Filth street, as follows: Sunday, 11 j ,a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p. i praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Wecli ni'hts Monday, 8 p.. m public meeting, sisters; Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' meet- ing Thursday S p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel hand in attendance Saturday, S p. in. free and easy meet- LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS.CHRIST OF LATTER DAY of Seventh avenue and welfth 10.DO a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m., sacrament meeting. Visitors always Welcome. Bishop Ceo. YV. Rreen. 1016 South 'Phone, 1493.' BRUSSELS FINED A MILLION DOLLARS FOR A ZEPPELIN Paris, J.uly fine of a million dollars has been imposed on- the city of Brussels by the Ger- man authorities in conseciuence of the destruction of a Zeppelin dirig- ible balloon at Kvere by aviators of the entente Allies, according to ,the correspondent at Havre of the Petit Parisien. A dispatch from Amsterdam June 25 said that British airmen'bad at- tacked the Zeppelin sheds at Evere, to the north of Brussels, and set fire- to the building, destroying the Zep- tin. W. K. I.odt, a Burlington tanner, was drowned while swimming in Whitcmau's Creek, near Bralitfoid. WHEN BUYING YEAST INSIST ON MAUIMG THIS PACKAGE Limited j Second avenue rape DECLINE SUBSTITUTES THOMAS D'ARCY Mc3EE DENNIS -MURPHY The Ontario government has appointed these with ArthiirCnar- bonneau of Ottawa, to take over the affairs and property ol the Jttai.a Separate School Board and administer Roman Catholics schools of ite citj. Honor Memory of Old-Timer at Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, July mem- bers pi" the Old-Timers' association gathered on Sunday '.ast at 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian church and in a bod> marcbtd in the lead oi the iun- eral procession oi one oi the oldest timers. Air V-irgvet whose hus- band. She iate Francis Willork, died about nine months ago, passed be- yond the great divide at her home, or. Friday, .July 23. Mrs. Willock was most highly es- teemed ami manv friend's iollnwed the remains to its last resting place. The service was held in the Presbyterian church the Rev. Wright periorm- the last sad ribs. The pall-bear- ers were Messrs. JIcKerricbcr, A. Koss, T. N'ewman, G. Newman, D. Mcl'herson, Thos. ilordr-n. TIPPERARY, ALBERTA Edmonton, Alta., July nsw railway point, eighty-seven miles north of this city perpetuates the name in the war song, hav- been christened "Tipperary." ;