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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQR EIGHT THE LETPBRIDGE DAILY HEKAtP JUNE 19, 1015 NYAL'S TALCUM POWDER armit Refreshing h Ctytf MAYFLOWER TALCUM POWDER ?The .distinctive odor of Mayflower Talcum is en- tirely new, and of such charm and delicacy, as to immediately appeal to, every woman of refinement. fine in texture, it is pre-eminent 5 for use on .'baby.; All Nyal preparations are in a class by themselves. Nyal's Face and toilet requisites are almost iridispen- sable for the complexion. Aslc at the ii Nyal Quality Store for free copy of our V booklet, "Your which includes directions as to proper methods of Massage. Hedler Drag Co., 317 5th Street'South; Peoples'Drug'Store, 240 North; The Red Cross Drug ft Book Co., Alia. Watch'for this sign What is it7 TROUBLE THREATENED BETWEEN CANADA AND NEWFOUNDLAND Ont, June threat immigration trouble between Canada and Newfoundland has Seen settled "amicably Every spring there are over 1000 Newfoundlanders who come over to Cape Breton to work an the coal mines and steel works and re- turn again in the- fall They have never, been treated as foreigners, and rmly the regulations as to health were strictly enforced by the immigration officials This ap'ing there was some imemplpyment an. 8ydne> and North Sydney, and osjec tion was raised to ins admission of Newfoundlanders when there was no enough work for ..the local people. A number of Newfbunianders who hat not the necessary in their pos- session were held up while the mat ter was being investigated. POPE WIVES AUSTRIA VERY TIMELY WARNINI Rome, June Benedict ha informed Austria that should a hostil air raid result in damage to ohurc property In Rome, or to residences the Vatican would consider it a grav Incident His Holiness added Ua under such, circumstances main'en ance of friendly relations between the Vatican and Austria would be ex tremely. difficult. A KEAt BED TO SLEEP IN AFTER THE BATTLE i nnidian officer Lieut W. D- Adams, of the 14th Battalion, preparing o tarn ta after days at Langemarcke and Ypres, where they saw nothing like a ibed for three weeks. Canadians Captured Hill At Tremendous Sacrifice "I was shot while charging on one, of the German trenches on the loth of March, and that is all I rememher ed until I woke up on the 31st of March in a Boulogne -hospital i, was -ivith this introduction that Color Sergeant J B Oliver, WUP has been invalided home after serving with the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantrj. told the story ot the brave fight which his gallant regiment on the ibattlefields of jT-rance Oliver is a native ot Calgarj and he served with the Canadian con- ingent in the South African war, win- ling two medals. Oliver said that there were very few of the Patricias left. It was at Liege 107 hill that they saw their first real fighting. He added "We captured the hill, but at a terrible sac- Ground Strewn With At a place called Dickie Hill, Oliver said, the Princess Pats were stationed five miles from the German trenches "We occupied them on Februarj 14th and relieved the French, who were Sfflt forty jards on our right flank Strewn all over the. ground were the bodies of hundreds 01 dead French ten. The trenches were three teet which were so oad- he was compeHeJ to retire from the firing line He taken to the Regimental Hospital where he was placed, in a cellar-am his wounds dl-essfjd. Whilst under going medical treatment, he says, the Hospital was surrounded by fipnpans who took all the wounded end other as prisoners. He. was detained in th hospital for the next two days, when they were placed in horse boxes conveyed train to Germany, whic: took about three days and thre night. The. wounded were taken to a the atre fitted up as a hospital, when their wounds were -attended by Ger man doctors. student, ap- parently not more than, 17 or 18 veara of age, attended the wounds of Pte. Clark, 'who was upon an ordin- arj table, and. had-Oiree bullets tracted fronPnis leit arm and one from his right hand Arm Amputated The student then bored into the wounds with a steel instrument in similar manner as boring wood and during the whole of this operation Pte. Clark says he remained fully con- scious Soon afterwards he was moved to another hospital when on Early Morning Sunlight J YOU will find your washing finished earlier-and bctler-aml your work will become, far caster by using Sunlight Soap for it. cleanses aud purifies elothcs more qtuckly and thoroughly than ordinary ;soap. Sunlight is the niosticffieient Lamulry Soap sold on the. Canadian market is pufebeyoud compare. You try Sunlight Soap, according to directions, and you'll see ..JL sliiuins on a lijie of'the whitest Ihe early sunlight shining on a clothes that leverjsBolve of Jtousewifc's pride, 5 It's kind UMlic hands. Follow directions. Sold A guarantee says there is not a particle of adulterant or impurity in Sunlight Soff. 5c men. The trenches were uirpe itwi moveu tu w7 deed with dead bodies, mud andjna account of blood poisoning, his lelt ?r wf took up our nosts after'arm wasAmputated near the should ivenni- 3i miles of a hike over cob- er e wo months -later he was hie roads from a Jlttle French town called Hazelbrock, the last point be- conveyea wiui VLUOI. w fore joj enter Belgium We had withlcamp, and a graphic-account of the 100 rounds of ammunition and ourlpoorly served, rations are here given on mietaA him The diet, he- says, j conveyed with others to prison ANGLICAN ST CY-PRI-VN'S CHURCH, corner Eleventh avenue and Eighth street South, Rev Canon W V McMillen, June 20 (Third Sun da> after Trinity) Holy Communion, 880 am Matins, 11 am Evensong, 7 30 p m Canon. MdliHen will preach at both services Sunday school, Jim lor Girls' and Junior Boss' OBf" IS) and Adult Bible classes at a 00 p m A welcome for ev eryone aiwas s ST ATOUSTIVS CHTJRCH-fcev 100 rouns o ammuno iu.pment, which weighed about 90 j as related by him ncall principally The diet, he says, ibeans, For nine years Kellogg's Corn Flakes have con- stantly increased in popu- larity and have solved the breakfast problem in thousands of Canadian homes. Made in Canada from the Sweet Heart of the finest white corn. lOc. per package. CORN FLAKES nmmda was principally uuueu "We were told to clear the trenches potato peelings, and boiled chestnuts dead soldie-s that were on top In his case, at 6 30 a m he v. as served ne eventually cot rid of, but the a.half pint of coffee, made from and water m the trenches was so burnt rve. At 3 am he was given a real that it was to getj lose that were underneath, aud we ere all exhausted. Five Hundred Casualties "About midnight we opened fire on he Germans, who were then only 60 ards away from us The casualties piece of bread, which had to last all day, at 12 noon one pint of 'soup, made trom horse beans, and at 6 p iri another pint of the same miitnre This constituted the day's rations Private Clark sajs further that in spite at the fact that he had three spie a brothers and two sisters writing to iat night numbered, on a rough esti him twlce a weeS> receive Bate, 500 men and our company lost a single-. ietter. I t aptain Newton, Color Sergeant Par- ey and Privates Farraj and Coroett "The next da> was a quiet one, and n the evening we were relieved by ne Cameronians, who stayed in the renches Uentv hoars, when we re- eved them again "It will surprise you to hear that 11 each soldier got for many a day was two biscuits, and all the ram- vater God could give The Germans ad poisoned the trenches we had aptured and an order was issued by ur cr-mmanding officer prohibiting ny man from drinking water unless was boiled So vou can imagine tow much we hau to drink, the hances for boiling water feeing very mall." Won Many Medall Oliver did. not. come Sack empty- landed He has three stars and a medal from Belgium, two a star from France, and a medal and a bar from England. The invalid soldier left Montreal or Toronto His wife is living there 4 thrilling and miraca ous escape from death is related by te A. Clark, of the 9th Lancers, a cousin of Percj Wake, of 27 Condor Avenue, Toronto Private Clark, who has just return ed from Germany, after having been detained there ai a prisoner of war for the past four months, said that at the outbreak of war with Ger many he joined his regiment at Tid. worth from where he travelled direct to France v regiment had only been in Franco about a week -when It came into contact with the batch of the Here, and at subsequent they fought yal iantlr against tremendous odds.- Capture by t On October 30th hH reglmelft warmly1 engaged at tho which warf ontfce the ever niemorifete At the of Merthwi Private purk m ,THE BEST ,'TEAST IN THEWOftlD 10 am Morning service, 11 a m I Evensong, 7 30 p m ST MARY'S CHURCH-Corner pi 5th and 13th St C V Holy communion every Sunday morning at 8am Choral Eucharist on the Is and 3rd Sunrtavs of the month at 11 a m and on all High Festivals Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 am Sunday school and adult Bible class at i P m Evensong at METHODIST VVFSLEY CHliRCH-10 am Bible school Ham pubK worship the 3pm Onward Bible class. 30 p m "bhould Women Vote Uusic moining anthem solo, Mrs Chandler Evening, anthem, mixed luartette Mr Diplock oS 3t Paul's Presbyterian choir, Slont- Street N Rev J B Francis, pastor Services, tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 730 fja _ llass meeting at a m Mc-nrmS sermon, "Master's last of the -series Children's topic, "A Bank Cheque Evening subject, "Onris- iianity's Super-Man PRESBYTERIAN Rev A H Denoon, services, tomorrow at 11 a m and 7 30 p m Boys' department of Sun- dav school at 10 a m other depart- ments at 12 Adult Blble'class at 3 Full choir at each service Every- one cordially welcomed ST. ifcDULW'S QHURCH Pas- tor Rev A C Bryan Morning at 11 a m and 7 30 p in Jftmor Sunday school at 2 senior Sundav school at 3 15 TRINITY CHURCH, T T Faichney ber- vices for Sundav, June 20th Chil- dren s service at 11 o'clock Sunday school-at 30 Evening service at 7 30, at which- the. pastor will give an" address on temperance All are cordially invited Matthew's Pres byterian church Sabbath school, 11 a m evening service at 7 30 A M McLeod, pastor. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth street Rev Fath- er Rosentbal, pastor Rev Fr Mm- assistant Children's MJSS at gam and High Mass at 10 30 am. Sunday school at 3 p m Evening ser- vice at 7 30 Strmons at each service BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST Avc S. and St. Morning s'ryice llam, Moon, 'Bible school and adult daw. evening service CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street i Service at eleven a. m nrsday evening testimony meetimt, p in The reading room open to everyone every day from three to p m Everyone is cocdially invited to BELIEVERS Burimaim'i Hall, 418 ThirtMBlH North a.iemble on the for breaking o! bread at 11 a m Sunday schpol Jt 3 p m Gospel preaching 7 30 p ra Bible reading, WednwdaJI 7.45 p. m: PENTECOSTAL' PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Filth Ave North-Baptist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, remembering the Lord's death Sunday evening 7 do, Gospel meeting. Tjesday at B pm, Gospel meeting Thursday .at S p m special waiting upon God for: the baptism of the Holy Ghost. A hearty welcome to ali 7 SALVATION ARMY- Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follo-as- Sunday, 11 am, Holiness meeting, 3 P ro J praise meeting, and 730, Salvatiom nfeetmg nights m public nieeting, led1 bj' 8th St G- Asher, pastor lu au Wednesday 8, p m. Soldiers meet FIFTH AVENUE Corn er, Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street Isunday school, 3pm LATTER' DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS-Corner ol Seventh Ave and 13th street 10 30 a m Sunday school ,2pm sacra ment meeting Visitors always wel- come Bishop Geo W Green, Second Aye. S.- Phpiie IMS- CM RISTADELPH I ANS CHRTSTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Higmbotham Block Entrance 5th 'Street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8. p.m. Bible class. Sundavs at 3 p m to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7 30 p m to ptbclalm the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God Sub- _--, "The struggle for supremacy Christ the King, who mil bring peace to the troubled world All seats .tree. No .collection Bible school 11 30, morning service and breaking of bread Subject "The" Red Sea 7 30 Evening service, sub- iect arc the Dead refu- tation ot the Hon J S Ruther- s arguments at the Majestic VVCflneSUliV ill, me Thursday 8pm, Salvation fneetmg, Citadel band m attendance y Saturday, 8 p m free and easy meet- Theatre LUTHERAN ST PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave and Fifteenth street Rev C Grant, min- ister No services tomorrow Sunday school at 3 pm 730 p m. League Luther POISONElD'BY TOADSTOOLS Prince Oeorge, BC, June ing eaten toadstools in mistake lor mushrooms, S Schallms, a home- steader, near Giscombe, Portage, ao- out 25 miles northeast of this city, found in the bush near his farm, al- ter having suffered for five days irom poisoning caused by the toadstools. ;