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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TUB LETJlBnmnE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1917 Cannot Afford lo Stuy Idle Adam Robertson Slightly 'Wounded (allow worked Ihls summer than In I last year, as steam outftu, ou which some Tariucra vieie li'lylng, arc un- able lo obtain (he necessary auioiml >r fuel. daraiee hss been Aor.e lately o house properly In tho village and slops liken lo re- currence of Iho trouble. There Is lallc In lha village ot of an uddiilonsl room In Iho scbool. Tte trustees should make a '.e laovo In tho lualtor lor the nt numtwr of uuuils calls lor al ;eist one eitra teacher, Too local HeJ Cross couimlttee will meei nejt In the church al f.m. when a full sllendince BRITISH STEAMER ATTACKED BY HUNS WITHOUT WARNING Eight Killed and Forty rterv Are Still Misting. London, June DrllUh f.leamcr Coulhland fiom Liverpool for Philadelphia. In ballast, -svas lor- jiedoed vdihout warning on June 4. She, had six Americans aboard, one o[ whom Is missing The gun crew on Ihe Southland tired 10 shots at Ihe submarine slier the first torpedo xras tired, A second torpedo was flrc-d by the "vubmarine and U caused an explosion in Ifce magazine whkh tilled ei.ehl men. Two beats coDtftlnins 40 mea, Etlll missing. The rest o( the crew ot 159 has been landed. As showing Ihe. a'scellenl Informa- tion which the submarines receive Ihe U-boat commander, when Inform- ed ot iho name of the ship, showed surprise, and said: "Why, yon are a weefe ahead ot STOUT time." .The submarine flew no dag. Coaltursl. June labor sltua- I tlon remains uuchanped except tor a sness of conditions ____ ______ are beginning to teel the Influences of Ihe Eirike and sonio ring tbo village Tor the coast. envelopes given out last Sat- urday were very few in numlxT ani no money coming In, and lilllo prospect ot help from tho inter- national, ihe miners appear to be lif Ing a somewhal doubtful future. Or lha part ot many there Is hope ol government action and a feeling that Tjorli be resumed In Ihe course of about len days or a fortnight Others are less optimistic and pro phesy a longer fight. The union held a special meeting on Sunday ami de- cided to hold out for the 30 per cent increase. Efforts will _be made to lieramde the International to recon Elder 113 refusal to render aid. The election of officers on Friday evening at Ibe weekly union meeting resulted in lilllfl change, except In the office of secretary, which passes from Chas. Phillips lo Auiiiew Dem. The fol- loivlng are the officers for the ensu- ing year: Presided, SL vice- president, H. Skldmore; secretary, Andrew Dean; pit coromiUee, S. Ves- sclU. CorenMjum and A. Dean; check- Welshman, SL A rumor was current in ihe camp that -work would be. sterted (his week, hut evidently tha wish was father to Ihe thought A letler from Arthur Benson ol the. SSth Ballery, written to a local friend, contains (he information that Adam Kobetrison, a local boy who went over with Ihe 20th Battery has been slightly wounded. As no official word has been received U Is surmised that What Doctors Use for Eczema k soothing combination ot oil. of Thymol, and other heal- ing ingredients called D. D. D. Pres- cription ts now a fayorile remedy for stin diseases. It penetrates the gives instant relief from the most distressing skin D. HlBiubotliam Co, Ltd.. AnrertisemenL U desired. Mallws 01 Interesl and Importance will be discussed. The l.roweds from lie o! iirkels (or generously good as Red Rose Tea and just easy to make. JL (U PRESBYTERIAN KBOX Church Corner Ave. ind Sth street S. ftev. Czpt, A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. T. Burnt, Acting Patter. at 11 a.m.- and 1.30 luslc: Morning Aalhem, "O Sarlor of the. Goss. An- them for Soprano Duet and Chorua, "1 Walled for Ihe Mcnflel- asohn; "Evening and Oakley; "Sing Praise: Unto the Crulckshanks; Quartoltc, "Lead Kindly Buck; Solo, "Nearer Jly God to Carey. ;Mi3s Desslo Ilazell; Solo, "Lllce as tie Allltsen, Slmm. [0 a.m.: Boys Department. 2.30 a.m. Din Slstera' nible Clasa. 1.00 p.m.: Hlg Hrothcra' Olble Class. I.QO p.m.: Other Departmenti of Sun- day School t p.m.: Cblneae. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11 tn street and1 Sth Ave, South. Canon W. V. McMllfcn, B.A, Rector i. ra. Sunday School snd Bible Cliiiei, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Son- days al 8.30: ind and 4lb Sunday] 11 a.m. Suudara i p.m. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIOGE Rtv. J, B. Frinclt, 1271 Sth Ave. H. Phone 185S 10 a.m., Children's Clans .Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's Topic, "Jack and Him Colt." Sermon, "Preoccupation-" 2.00: Westminster Sunday School. 3.00: Adult anil Young People's Dlblo Clauses In Parsonage. 3.15 p.m., 3t. Andrew's Sunday 7.30: Mr. Wrn. will present Uic report of the conference. Christian Church Cur. 3rd Ave. ind ftth St. 3. Frank A. Andnm, Mlniiter. Reildencr, 904 Sth 31. 3. phone 1547 10.30 a.m.: Bible tchool followed by preaching and communion.' Subject, "The Foundation ol the Chureh." 6.30 p.m.: Christian Endeavor Mecl- Inr. 7.30 p.m.: Children's ilny exercises by Ihe blhle School. An ottering will be taken for Foreign Missions. METBOIHST Wesley Church Rev. C. H, CobbledkK, Parwnige J20 11th SL 8. Phom 404 10 a.m. Bible School. 11 a.m.: "The Chrittim'i Anuranu of vretory." 3 p.m., Onward and ProUieon Clann. 7.30 p.m.: "Thoughts From the Sprinff- Ing Grain Fields." Sluslc Tliy Face Prom My Allwood; "Send Out Thy Gounod; "Go Gather Them B1IE3. BEI.IEVERS A (cries of special mcetlnej of (ho JJellercr's church will bo held by Mr. Clifton ol Portage IA Prairie, com- mencing June Gth al 7.4S each night Saturday at 523 12th 31. A. M.; Bun- tlST nurBmann's Hall, 7.30. All aro cordially Invltcil. PENTECOSTAL Peniecoctal Minion Faith) Flflh Avenue North Elder oeo. F. CXEIIIon, Pi.for fterTlces: Sumlay 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.nv Foil Gospel: Tuesday, 8 rlty, 8 p.m. DHyln; Jetui li Comlnfl it' A IlEAKIV tt'L'LCOME TO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 3. Sunday at 11 i.m. Sublect: "Qod the Only Cauie and Sunday School at Ihe close of Iho morning ncrvlce. Wednecdiy Evening, Testimony moot- ing at 8 pro. The reading room Is on-in ilally ccpl Kunilav and legal holldaya, from G'p.m. Hero, the blhlo nnil author- ized Chrlslbn Selnnco llternlvro may ha read, h6rrowcd or purchased. The al lo BAPTIST First Baptist Chnrch 3rt Ave. ind 8. Rev. C. Servlcei it II1 a.m. inJ 7JO jim, A.M. Subject; ol Crown of Thprnt the the New Earth." KM. Subject: Null oi. Why JeiiM Wu CnJeHled, Ac- cording to Matthew, Mark, Lukl and John. Quarlctte will sine "Crucified." School at 12 a.m. Service, WcaneadiT, 8 t.m. All nro cordially welcomed. public cordlr.ll? Invllcd lo lend tho church services, also visit the rcauing room. SALVATION Held the Clt.dtl, Blti tl II ra., Hollgesi Mcttlof; 3 p.m, Pnlie MMlIni tad 1.30 Meeting. Week Monder, llo Thuridiy, S p.m. Salvation ClUdel band In aUeniUnce. I p.m., (rt6 CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In Hill, HlgtnbolhiM Blotk, Entrant. Hh mi tot Avenue Svwth Wednesdays'. S p.m., Bible Chut. Sundays it Jp.m., lo l.ord'9 Dcalli and at 1.30 p.m., to pro- claim Iho glad tldlnxi o( tin Xlnc dom ot QoA. Bubjccl: "The Bible SltWmerrte About Life ant All Stall Fret No LATTER DAT SAINTS of JMW ChrM of UtUt SaiiiU Corner-7lh Ave, tnd 12th St. a.m. Sacrament p.in. primary J p.B, Belief t p.id, Vlallora AI warn Wekorat. tlihop CM, W, ;