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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1.91.1 THE LKTHHIUIMiE DAILY II E It A L I) nvt So Dainty! UVE me every 1 time! They're so dainty flavor is simply scrumptious! There is nothing "just as good" as KLJCHTW. Always fying. And the true peppermint flavor, sealed air-tight within that delicate pearl-grey candy coating is the secret of goodness. at your nearest candy, counter and get a package TO-DAY. 1ADE in CANADA Ilir Civilian in tury Chiclet CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO Kricliovich, Hie other Aus- i Irian, was examined, lie corroborat- ed the lallci's slati-meiils on most i points, and on ollicrs his memory 'was hazy, lie said, hiiwcvp.r, Ilia I lHallidi inailr all HIP arrangements anil that he him An. uilpr- nreler was injuiri'd in obtaining the evidence of both the Austrians. Evidence of Constable A wilness whose evidence jivumiscil lo he verv interestins. and wlll> rpal- ly lei considerable Mfhl in on case was Conslabil' t'orliss oi the local mounted police, t'orliss has lice" prese.'il on sevpr.il inlrmcws, m thr gualii room, lirlwcen McKenzic and his wife, Itring seated at a table WILSON'S FLY PADS Kill expressed t satisf.ii'lion al the arraiKni nliulr nunrurls of the patienls mil 'li'ii well hrinf, and then left for Hie aeni'iul heait- iinarlprs. I Divide Honors in M. at Raymond (Continued from Page Miss Love, 0' Hay-; mra.d, vifior m ilie .senior, oration, drawing many ui'll-dcsm'cd i commendations from I IIP inilgi'. j Taylor Geta Big Prize won HIP Taylor tin- ladies' unal'ldlc anil Tav- lor captured was probably the grcali'sl musical event, llu YM Ai. Ihe R. Rvi.iw.y K al My Hnir Butt) iirUi Hwn'ioiiJ 17763 iick'eniic" phoned Owens. Owens and I 1 agreed lo divide the pay, getting McKenzic got no money as far as I know. I felt that he did it as a personal favor to me. 1 took three Austrians and McKcnzif. Owens wen I ahead N'car .Milk Hiver Owens I welcome. Street N.. R.cv .1 Francis, pastor. Services tomorrow al H a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Cla-s meeting a! 1.0 a. m. Horning sermon bv Mr. "Delivering ._. .the Children's topic, "Uas- stoppcd and I stopped behind him. j tne. Evening service, 1 shut off the engine and lights for; service. Special address by Mrs. economy and went over to the other Francis.' Some of New (Catey-Ambrott) Glu.k-JH... eo car Wlien I Rot Jlicre they were hav- ing a whether we PRESBYTERIAN Lllu L._... ._.a------- Rev.1 A. II. Denoon, i Untrance 5th street south and 2nd would take, them on to some fence. SCI.vjI.rs tomorrow at 11 a. m. and avenue south: Wednesdays at 8 p.m.! McKenzie was doing the talking. I------------------------------------------------1 Hible class. Sundays at 3 p. in., to! i Then we beard, "Hello hello The B ftl UfAIH II i commemorate the Lord's death, and i Austrians ran back to the car. I fol- WllillflnS iVIIIiLi] nt 7'30 I1' to !lroclaim 'lowed and cranked up and switched j U III flit Killings of the Kingdom of God. bub-! on the lights. The police came up. A I) II" II n I Jffil> "Tllc P'Tine p'a" tnc We went on io Coults with the po- j These are only a few of are lots of others. Any "His Voice" dealer in any city or town in Canada will be glad to play any of the new records you wish to ought to hear today. lice on hoard.'' The hearing will afternoon. he concluded this j NOT GIVE UP ffllTKIISFf i Though Sickana Suffering; At Last Found Help in Lydia E, Pinkham's VegeU- ble Compound. Shells Burst Around heavy pall of smoke hung over the place' and an occasional shell hurst within his sight. Mr. Asnuith spent considerable time examining various points through Ins glasses, while the position was explained lo ihira on a map. After spending about i half an hour on the hill, the prime i ministftr proceeded to a certain town 1 where he took luncheon" with General Pnlteney. On leaving headquarters i the party proceeded to a large Held 1 outside town, where one of the tin- panes of General Pulteney's command i .-j was drawn up. -Mr. Asquith went f d what I did do was by Richmond, Pa. When I itarted taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I was in a dreadfully rundown state of health, .had internal'irwu- 'bles, and was so ex- tremely nervous 'and prostrated that if I had given in to ray feelings I would. have been in bed. As it was I had hardly strength at to he on my Gentile. Age." All seats free, i No collection. CHRISTIAN W. fi. Asher, 1 pasior. Corner 3rd avenue and 8th street. Services tomorrow at 11.10 and 7-30 Morning- subject, "The, Passover." Sunday school at 10.30. i Christian Kndcavo'r at fi.30. Evening; subieel, "Japan." i LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN! Sixth Ave. and! Fifteenth street. Rev. C. Grant, min-: ister. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Lu- ther League sit 7.30. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST i SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh; street. Service at eleven a. m. Wed- j riesnay evening testimony meeting, 8! I down the ranks was introduced! i to several of the officers. iwere then formed into .effort I could not sleep at night and "'a oir-e felt very bad in the and had a steady headache CORN j greatest enthusiasm, i was given him ai '.cheers. I On leaving Hie. field cheers, Mr. Asquith proceeded to casualty-clearing where, thr wounded are brought from the front. He made a tour of the building, in- specting al! departments and walking around the wards, saying a few sym-1 pathetic words to ever; patient. He, p. m. The reading room is open to; everyone every day from three to five' p. m. Everyone is cocdially invited j to attend. i BELIEVERS I Bureinann's 418 Thirteenth Itreet, North assemble on the Lord's Day tor tlu breaking of bread at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible reading. Wednesday p. m. PENTECOSTAL PEXTKCOST.H, North Baptist church, Sunday; morning at 11 o'clock, remembering! the Lord's death. Sunday evening; 7.30. Gospel meeting. Tuesday al p.m., Cliispel meeting. Thursday at S p lit., special waiting upon God tor I the baptism of the Holy (Ihost. A heartv welcome to all.. SALVATION ARlylY i Services are held at the Citadel, i 'T.i. i. Fifth street, as follows: Sunday, II, Vegetable Compound has restored their meeting: 3 health when suffering with female ills. 7.311, Salvation i amid renewed .Tuj5 aMounts forthe enormous demand nijhls Monday, R p. for it from coast to coast, I f you are m meeting, led by sisters; troubled with any ailment peculiar to S p. Soldiers' mce.t- flnn'h vou trv I.vdia fj- 'j'jinrsalay X p. m., Salvation and vesl lie wanted to assure Ihen. j E0 much as I do. Whenever I know any that all thev were doing at the front womon in need of a good medicine I was being "anxiously watched and i highly praise Lydia E. Pinkham s Veg- de.cply appreciated by those at home, I etabiB Comnound." Mrs. TltAHK ami he warmly thanked the men on j CLARK, 8146 N. Tulip St., VidtrolaVI Sold on easy if derired. (rom to ptrnwnU, if Vklot Rtconif 90c the twe teJeetiepw rt uy "Hii Voice" Jetler'i m any tarn any Canada. Write (oi free copy of ow 450- Mmiea! MOO Vkloc Recordl. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. LIMITED Lenoir Street, a salute i for forty years how Lydia E.Pmk tiproatious I Vegetable Compound has restore c w any h ,t vou try E. lam's'Vegetable Compound? "ydift E. c Co., 'Lynn, MMS. -----r------ IllPPtillK, lo do so. Lydia E. SaUinlay, ViiailM hand B in. free easy meet- Mason Risch, Limited I phone 791. WESTERN BRANCHES. 21 WESTERN BRAINOHES. 404 5th Street ;