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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915 THE E T H H 11) C E DAI I, Y H E R A D PAGE FIVE British Army Officer is Best Fighting Animal in European War Today CONT1NUI2U I'UG.M FRONT PAGE Where's that Sprin The "After-Diimer" Confection of refinement and delicacy. Fu'Ijcf charm and flavor. The rich creme-de-menthe bouquet which distinguishes DDJ6HTFU. is unequalled, resembling nothing else so much as an after-dinner cordial in tablet form. ou did i ih'p whole world. hy will ol tlie what differ !has the The idea be stretcher-bearer LommBnil, and If 1 dm 5 and also a Mauser. hon, ti'il presumably, that if j 'All set bach, linns only aims III this war. and we must ,1-tlers from the allow nothing to "s in Sa' .lit. sire; but I final and now assured vlctorv lias Hie HKU Ullll iliou _.. i meni, waa iui uic nu.n. of thc Exchequer Court. Mr. Dorsey, for (lie Carslakc hotel company, chose this moment to go through the motions of contempt and indignation. Stage business of spurning on account. But a few days later Mr. Carslakc's attorney, -Mr. .Morgan, is Michigan bankers are being urged a to encourage the growers of beans. ed over one fine night, making enough Making a "strike" In Mexico. to ivaken the dead, dropped ert Hamilton repaid a loan of to eiglu bombs, and didn't oven hurt a "T Dr. Oliver Pairell of Patei-son, N.J., by betiueathing him LARKS SOUPS MADE-CAN ADA TDMATD-VEGETABLE CHICKEN-MDCK TURTLE OX TAIL'SCOTCH BROTH PEA-MULLIGATAWNY blackbird. Under these circumstances our quarter-master must either shed his trousers and his principles, or pre- serve the latter by adopting the kilt. I am deeply conscious of the danger 1 incur by jesting with ray bread and butter. Should this meet the eye of 'Qnarly's' Canadian friends my ration supply is in deadly peril. The British Officer "In one of your recent lelters you Uiuraped out "in black capitals the cinestion. 'Do you agree with It followed your opinion of the British officer. uMan. I wish 1 could do jus- tice to tlie subject. I wish 1 'could convey to you one-tenth of what Tommy's feelings are for his officer, liespect, devotion, pride, fear, lov" ROMAN CATHOLIC Fourth' 7.30. METHODIST WESLEY CHURCH, corner Fourth j avenue and Eleventh street j i 11 iiiiri, Fr-stivils !wcgin, assistant, umicirnrs Mass at m-, and on all High Festivals. t, JQ FIRST BAPTIST- Clll'RCH-ard avc. S. and ftth St. 1.1'a.m., W. Carson I preaches. Noon, Bible school and ad- avenue and Eleventh street I cjoss j JQ p m p rjr. Rivers preach- Rev. G. H. Cobbledick. pastor. 11 a.m., eg "The Stooping Power of the Crown." llusic, anthem, "I will lift tip mine 'FIFTH AVENI'E mine er avcnue ami Eighteenth street, ladies' aiiartettc, "Lead. school 3 ly Light." 3 p.m., Bible school and i LATTER DAY SAINTS adult classes. 7.30 p.m., subject. IUei CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF .loy of the Waters." .Music: Anthem, "1 j DAy SAINTS-Corner o! am Alpha and mixed (mart- j geventll Avc and j2th street. 10.30 ette and solo hy Mrs. Johnson. AM j R m Sunday school; 2 p.m; sacri- seals are free and a hearty welcome. Visitors always i Street Bishop Geo. W. Green, .J. B. Francis, pastor. Services Becmi Ave. S. Phone 1493. tomorrow at 11 a.m. and (.30 p.m.] CHRISTAOELPH1ANS Class meeting at 10 a.m. -Morning: tuRISTADBLPHIANS Meet in sermon, "A Religion nf Joy." Child- i FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every "i facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank are supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. W.CLAftK. Financial Stability Mother Eartli produces (iiat which botli man and hcast must liavo to sustain lifc.- Land cannot bo destroyed, therefore land values possess (lie element ol' pennaiienoy. Avhich reduces (lie speculative a miiiiniuni. BUY riKHT M-OimiAGES. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Conylicui'e BJopIv Lcfhbriilgc, Alberta M ins Moose Hall, Higinbotham BiocV. _ Entrance 5th street south and 2nd. 'The Lifting Hand." avenuB sollth Wednesdays at 8 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. to Itev. A. II. Dcuoon, commemorate the Lord's death, and 11 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. Lu prodriirn ths glad ren's topic. "Twisted." Evening sub- ject. OP CANADA services tomorrow 7.80 n.m. forming P tomorrow ni j i a. m. aim at p. m. n, en .Morning subject, "Trans-; tidings Ot the Kingdom of God. Su 'ower of Christianity." Hoys' -The Millennial Age. or Christ's lieis Respect devotion, pride, fear, forming rower 01 unnsuamij. HOJB Aiincnmai AKU. all these, and1 more. There is a strong department of Sunday school at 10; On earth for 10GO Y i._L.-_r nr, vmiroidp nf am- dltipr (lebarLinents :it i free. No collection. ub- eign seats belief, and especially on your side o the political fence, that Hie public school si-stem of. England .produces something, neither more nor less, than a anoh. Britishers may go down on their knees today and thank God for that snob. Love of games, athleticism, in later days professional keenness, above code of honor, makes Iho ex-public school boy j of England the finest fighting nnimal In Europe today. ".Man, I could fill up leu pages of il- lustration: Le Cateau, August. 26. The British public does not know now, and probably never vd'il know how near we were .that day to the greatest disaster in the history of the country. The enemy, in hundreds of thousands, wore pressing on three sides. .Men were "becoming panicky and inclined to boll. Just one thing was possible, and that was contained in the order received: 'Fight your way "Colonel S-----. already wounded. produced just the necessary attitude in the leader at that froid. Standing under a tree, almost the only tree for miles, and, therefore, an aiming mark for artillery and in- fantry alike, straggling with a pipe, a match-box and an injured arm, and the bullets were flying in thousands. I 'For God's sake, sir, come away from that yells a Tonimy. Now the spluttering Colonel, in his best order- ly-room manner: 'Damn yon! How j.d'are you? You get on with your job. j J Keep nu the so he falls. Another Instance "A sticky day during the crossing j of the Aisne. Lie.ut. A------, a son of the regiment, one whom I remember years ago as a toddler of throe amaz- ed at the magnificence of our church parades, found his platoon in a devil- ishly Impossible position. A creeping consultation with his sergeant, and lie decided to bacl; a dlslnnco of fifty yards to some excellent cover. The movement was well carried out, but lost three men badly wounded. Back under cover, A-----blamed him- self for Iheir loss, although, as ii mat- Chinese class .at n.m. Brening. spe- cial service to old-timers." Full choir OLD BACKS NEED HELP When people get to be 50 and 60 iiul 70, they need a little help some- time to o-et through witii" work. Their backs can't stand londs. the steady strain, of .usty'youlh. They need St. Raphael Out, Jnn. Dth. ended to my arras, silks and Mu'uluen. I ised many kin.ls medicine for ovt.ru year. .iboiit din Pills and sent lor a sample Jiiut used them Ihe pams were leaving and 1 was tcelinf better. So I bouj-ht and before I had used them all. the s entirely of old." ured a 1 fe rmer, now years FRANK I.EAI.ANI) Gin Pills ore "Made iOc a IKJX, 6 for S2.50 at .ill dealers. in U.S. tinder Hie name of Pills. Trial treatment free if yon writfe National DniR Clicinic.il Co. of Canada, limited, Toronto. 'Si departments at free No collection. CHRISTIAN G. Ashcr, pastor. Corner 3rd avenue and 8th j street. Services tomorrow at 11.30 and 7.30.. Morning subject, "The Mem- orial of the Passover." Sunday school iat 10.30. Christian Endeavor at 6.30. I Evening subject, "The LUTHERAN I ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN t i Sixth Ave. Mid 'Fifteenth street. Rev. C. Grant, min-! ister. 11 a.m.. German services. Sun- i day school at 3 p.m. 7.30 p.m., Eng- lish services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service, at'eleven a. m. nesdav evening testimony meeting, 8 p. m." The reading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p. ni. Everyone is cordially invited to atlend. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth itreet. North assemble on the Lord's Day for breaking of bread at 11 a. m. Sunday school it 3 p. m. CJospel preaching at 7.3ft p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday 7.45 p.' ni. PENTECOSTAL j P.ENTKCOSTAI, Avc.' North Haplist church, Sunday mornins at i I n'clucV, remembering the Lord's, death. .Sundav evening i 7.30, Gospel .meeting. Tuesday at 8 j Ip.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at j IS p m., special waiting'upon'God for 'the baptism of the Holy Ghost., A 'hearl.y welcome SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, j j Fifth street, as follows Sunday; 11 ja.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p. m., praisr meeting, and Salvation! imteling. .Week niehts Monday, 8 p. I m., .public led by sisters; S.p. m.. Soldiers' meet- 1 Tliursday. s p. in.. Salvation linc'elins, Citadr-1 band in attendance [Saturday, 8 p. in. free and easy mcct- i' .1 A Comprehensive Banking Service The Diioi lank ol Cuila not only gives its customers every form of servico which a Bank can also offers the decided advantages vhich come from a network of Branches, 320 in number, covering almost every part of Canada. May we you LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. R. -TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager Established over Forty-one "Vfears THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking Ujfoney Saved is Money WlGained. Jfever Defer Saving, but Open a Sayinjis Account to- day. We solicit your account in'our DEPARTMENT G. F. LETHBRIDGE littli Street X. The Importance Of Making Your Will Immediately i This is a time pt uncertainty in every walk of life. Your Will should be made. Make it at once and appoint us Executor., Then yon can rest assured that your last wishes will -be curried out to the letter with''a care and'foresight-otherwise impossible. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Offieitl Judicial Districts of MACLEOD .CAUGARY 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank of 8ldg J. W. McNIeol Impttler ;