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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT T.ETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914 DURABLE-Fire grates are three-sided; last three times as long. Shaped iu the Sunshine to grind up clinkers when See the McClary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Geo. R. Dixoa Co. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Ask for Bine Ribbon products and sea that your dealer gives them. All Blue Ribbon goods are 'guar- anteed to satisfy. IT otherwise you may them. Blue Ribbon Coffees and Baking Powder ara the best on the market or they couldn't be. sold with so strong a guarantee. FARMERS AT U. F.It PICNIC UNIONS IN MILK RIVER DISTRICT HAD GREAT GATHERING- OUTSIDE SPEAKERS ATTEND Farmers of the Milk River country with their wiveS and children, gath- ered in the Vedrigis Coulee on the banks of Milk Rtyer on Thursday lor the annual picnic of the U. b. A. twelve hundred wore present. Thcv came from'points within a ra- dius of thirty, miles oi the pvc- nic grounds, and the day was packed full of enjoyment. The spot chosen ior the outing is one of the most beautiful along the -Vbundance oi trees offer shade, tho river roils swiftly by and the coulee is a scsne of .wonderment, with its sandstone formation, washed and worn by the waters of centuries. The U. F. A. is strong in this district... 1 The unions are numerous and active i and they unite each year for a picnic, when addresses are given and a pro- gram oi sports 'carried out. This year the visiting speakers, .were EdVard Carswell, oi Calgary, I formerly of Red vice-president of the United Farmers of Alberta j T L. Swift, of tne Grain Growers Grain Co.; P. S. Lefflngwcll, M.P.P., and W. A. Buchanan, M.P. The ora- torical program was carried out_ un- der the direction of W. N. Merriam, one of the leading farmers of the district. Mr. Uarswell dealt with the 'work of the U. A. in a.most in- iterestins address. He alluded to COFFEE Knows No Substitute And SEAL BRAND COFFEE Knows No Superior; CHASE MONTREAL. IS2 CHURCH SERVICES, D. D. McCuaig, .Conservative candi- date in Glengarry, has retired ..-.and ORCHESTRA TO-NIGHT, from to 11 Enjoy Your Ice Cream while Listening to the Music All the Fresh Fruits on the market INTERNATIONAL CAFE amongst, the farmers. He emphasized' f acclamation for the the beneficial legislation which has Legislature. been put on the.statutes of the ince as a result, of the union s r.c- j The co-operative elevators were" instanced as a'prime factor in j protecting the farmer when market- ing his grain and it was stated that over thirty oi these elevators would {be built this year in different parts I of Alberta. Mr. -Carsweil hinted that was possible that U. F. A. would I venture into the milling; business in the near future. Flour, he pointed out, sold more cheaply in England than it did in Canada. He significant- ly referred to the failure to secure free wheat owing to the opposition of the milling interests. M- Mr. Swift dwelt'with the import- ant part tie Grain Growers' Grain Ontario HAVE ENOUGH DAYLIGHT o the Citizens of Prince Albert Sty Down Daylight Saving Bylaw Prince Albert, Swk., June ilcLeod "was elected alderman yester- day over Gus Wagner, by a vote of 384 to 301. The bylaws to grant 000 to Women's Christian association, was carried by 157 ma- jority. The Catholic vote is reported to have gone strongly against the by- law, because CatholicB, under the rales oi the institution cannot ait on fcs Board of Management. The Bay- light Saving byiaw was defeated by 182 votes. Like Boils. Worst on Face. Watery When Rubbed. Also Hands Cracked and Smarted, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured. It's a Hard Rub for a wcanan to unexpectedly find it necessary to become breadwinner. You wouldn't like your wife to oome to that, would you? But what about your widow Will she have to face a. life of drudgery? Or wfll you provide for her a regular monthly income to begin at your death continue as long as she lives? You can do it by means of an Imperial Life policy. We'll send you. an interesting booklet which tells about it if you'll fill in >id return us the' 'Free Booklet ipon" below. Do it now. you may be unr surable. THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF HUD i. ct Co. had played in marketing the wes- tern farmers' grain and in developing co-operative idea. He emphasized the great power the farmers possess- ed by uniting together to advance and protect their interests. Mr. Lettingwell, the energetic local member, was cordially received. He utilized the opportunity to inform the farmers of the public" improvements which had been carried 'out in the district and outlined also some of j-the wc.rk tolbe undertaken this yenr. I He paid a to work oi the U. P. A. W. W. Madge, who has been active in promoting; a co-operative fire in- surance company in the district, ex- plained its purposes and benefits and then Mr. Buchanan was introduced as "the man-who-was always to the fore in Parliament in advocating the interests of the people his consti- tuency." The Dominion memr-cr ex- plained the anjfir.ihiients to the Do- minion Lands act, con'jorning pre- empticns, and also explained the new natiiraiixati-jn act. A projected C. N.I R. branch line greatly concerns this district and Mr. Buchanan explainer the legislature p'assed at- the late sf.ssi.on, stating that the aid given was for the completion of the trans- continental and branch lines already under construction, and he regretted to say, there was lit-tie possibility oi DOW branch lines being put under con- struction. This particular district is badly in need of transportation fa- oilitks. The west was securing in- creased rspresentation at Ottawa and the organized farmers had in their power to send men there who would represent their views. They -wielded greater power than any other body i the west. In the afternoon an extended pro- gram of athletic sports was carried out, and the day had well advanced towards sunset, when the assemblage hegan to disperse; Main St.; Eyo-Drow. "I Tal bothered with smalt pimples little boils for tour op fire rears. TQey Were ail over me but Trorst on j >my face. Of course they gave me a bad appearance. The pimples were both pain- ful and itchy so I scratched till rnitto largo sores would be the. result and they; seemed to be very watery' alter I'rubbed them to a' sore. My face vras very scarred during the time it wag sore. 1 was troubled with sore hands most all winter for two years. They keps cracked till they would be bleeding, nod they smarted'and were so sore i could hardly bear to get them wet. "Upon seeing Cuticura Soap and Oint- ment advertised 1. thought there would bo no narm In trying them so 1 started with a small sample. 1 purchased a full-sized calto of Cuticura Soap also a Dos or Cutieura OlntmenD and before 1 bad qulto (hushed this 1 saw 1 was lots better so the eocond cake of Cuticura Soap and box of Cuticura Ointment; was purchased. But llttlo used when 1 was entirely cured." ISipncd) Mrs. Wm. Dlckson. May 23.1913. For treating poor complexions, red. rough hands, and dry. thin and falling hair, Cuti- cura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have been tho world's favorites Ior more than a Ben- eraii.os. Sold everywhere. Foraliberalfroofr.mpleof each, with 32-p. book, seud post-card to i'otter -CHRISTIAN iCIENCE FIRST CHUHCR Of CHtUST, iBank block Ser- at eleien. a nV Wednesday testimony meeting, SCO pm .The reading room ill open to one dfty frpm three to tiis 'Kver7qnf} It cordially invlto'd to (end. i ROMAN CATHpLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Roaenthal, pastor: Rov. p. Mini- assistant.. Mass 9 a.m. High MUSE, 11 a. in. Sunday ichbol 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m.. Sermon at each service. SALVATION ARMY Services are kelo at the Citadel, Filth street, 'as lollbwE: Sunday. 11 a.ra.v Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Snlvation' meeting. Week nights: Monday, S public meeting, led by sisters; JVeBneBday. S p.m., Soldiers' meeting? Thursday, 8 p.m.. Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., frei and meeting. CHRISTADELPIHANS Meeting Room, ,230 Thirteenth St., N., (be- tween'2nd and 3rd Bible class Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday ser- I vices: Breaking' of Bread, 4 p.m. Ev- enirig service 7.30 p.m. A lecture will :b'e .deUvereii by Mr. .Sidney T. subject, "Have We Eternal -Wtc Now All seats free no col- lection, 1- LATTER DAY SAINTS I CHUKCH OF JBSU3 CHRIST OF LATTER DAY O. B. Hall, 10th St. S., Y. M. C. A. 10.10 a.m. Officers and teachers meet- ing, 10.30a.m., Sunday school, 2 p.m. meeting. Visitors alwan welcome. Hishop Oeo. VI. Green, luJ6 Scconfl Ave. ,S. Phone, 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH-.Corner 6th Ave. and Fif- teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, June 31. No services, pas- tor, mil of town. Luther League at ,7.30 p. m. and Simiiay school 3 p.m. Teacher's meeting and rehearsal Wednesday evening. ANGLICAN ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner- Second Ave. and St. .Rev. Canon Mturel-Wrlght, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Comrtunloa ev- ery''Sunday morning at 8 a.m; and at the eleven o'clock service on first Sunday of ther month. Evenlong 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. MARY'S i C. H.' Popham, rector: Holy Communion aViri.''and Choral Eucharist oh the first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock- service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. GOOD RAINS AROUND ONE-FOUR Onefour, Alta., June Flora arrived with Ins family last wccli, J and they are now settled on the home- stead. Alex. Lindsay has struck a "good of water at sixteen feet be- low the surface. Copious rains during thu last ten days have insured crops of all kinds for this year. .Basil Duncan has planted a big garden tills year, and expects to have something to eat'next and some juicy green corn for the sum. mer. Mr. Oyite, poultry inspector at large, is busy rounding up the birds that stray too far from the coop these nice days. W. C. Traynor, who has hecn living in 3-5, has homesteaded the Vi of flee. and will move in as soon he can build a house. Mr. Tray- uor .has a complete outfit, and will Kettle down to farming in the new lo- cation. A. Dowe n..d Hryant-of Pend- ant d'Orlello through Onefour yesterday tp, return trip from Wild Horse Lukes, where they had sisltliu frlcndi. Canada's Best Flour by actual nutritive power, there is no otliur ration which in economy can compare with bread." Extract from United States Dcpt. of Agriculture Bui', letin. QUAKER BREAD Sc per Loaf iThc.bcst. bread in the city. Be sure it lias the label on. All gdod Grocers sell it or Phone 1027 or 378. The Baker Does the freshness of your food mean anything to you 'There's only one a decided Then do you know that you can't buy a stale package of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR FROM COAST TO COAST, AND OVUH ALL THE WORLD, IT AND KREPS THIS ItEI'UTATION I TIC Dgilvie Pour Mills-fq. Ltd. Fort Modlolne Hat Montreal Largest Millers in the Hritish capacity H.OOO barrels Millers to His Majesty tho King ST. CYPRI AN'S-CHURCH-Cor- ne'r'Sth Ave. and Eleventh St. Rev: McMillen, rector. Matins-. .11 a.m. .Evensong 7.30i p. m. Sunday school- and Bible class three p.-m. Holy communion on the first and third Sunday at 8.30 a.m. and the second and 'fourth Sundays at the eleven o'clock service. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH WcBles church, corner Third avenue and Eighth street; Rev. J. B. Picket, pas tor. Sunday school at .lff.80 a. m. Preaching services at 11 a.m., when Rev. J. S. liaum, oi Tacoma, Wash. speak, subject, "Our Heavenl) Evening subject, "Christiai Unity." Special service for womei 3.30.p. m. Christ-sap. E vor, 6.30 p. nl. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREWS leenth street North; Rev. A. C. Bryan minister. Services, ll a. m., 7.31) p. m. Morning subject, "Jesus quadrilateral oi Conduct." Evenin subject, "The Everlasting Now.' Sunday school 2 p. m. and 3.15, p. m KNOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services 11 m. and-7'.30 p. m. The niinistcr wil preach at both services. Morning suh "Our Church at High Tide.' Evening "For the Sake of Others. Boys' Department _of the- Sunday school will meet at 10 a. rn. All oth- er departments including the Adult Bible class at 12 noon Chinese class as usual at p. m. During the sum- mer months the services arc shorten- ed. Strangers and visitors are al- ways welcome. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Third avenue and Ninth street- Rev. D. Hoss, pastor. Services il a- -Some Convention Impressions." Ev- ening subject, "The March of God's Salvation." i FIFTH AVK. BAPTIST CHURCH H. Elmer Green, pfistor. .Morn- I ing, "Common the fifth of the scries from the Sermon on the Mount. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Hv- ening, "The Sigh oi a Great Man." Mrs. Circcn will sing at the evening service; "The Song of Confidence." You arc- welcome. METHODIST WESLEY CHIJRCH-Rcv. 0 H. C'ohbledick, pastor. 10 l. m. Bible school and Adult classes.. 11 a. m. "Teachings of Jesus on Purity." 7-30 p. ni. Vi'nr.onie Sermon, local lodges wii! attend the set- vice. Strangers and visitors welcome. WESTMINSTER CIIURCH-l'.uv. -.I. FranciH, pastor. Class meeting at 10 a. m. Morning, "Tim Great Refusal." {'-lilldrcn's topic, "Tiny Workers." Junior congregation In the parsonage at 11.30 a.m. Evening, "The Forsaken Leader." BE.ulE.VERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth fltreet, North assemble, on the Lord's Day for tho breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.110 p.m. Dlble 'r Wednesday, 7.46 pm. ;The Because your'groeer gets It fiwm the.factory m small because Kellogg's art quick sellers and do not long on the shelf. encourage merchants to place small orders ofUn rather than large ones. This is why you get KeDoK's Corn Flakes with all their oven-freshness. iflc per package. Look for the signature. 101 PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS At the home of Mr. 13231 Third Cayenne one. minute from the .car line., Sunday morning at 10.30, Remembering the Lord's Death; Sunday evening, '7.30, Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, S p.m.. Gospel Thursday evening, Sp.m., Special waiting upon God for the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Come and drink of the -water of life freely. 'For the Promise is unto you and your children, and to all that are afar as .many as the Lord, our God shall AVIATORS LOSE IN MIMIC Maclf.-i School Principal Sjjiis Becauf- lie was refused an "i-'.irease in salary, Principal Mitchell of .Mac- leod High School, has resigned. Miss Elder, assistant principal, has also resigned. Vienna, June avla- tors lost their lives today, -when a mimic war In the air was suddenly turned'1; Into tragic reality by the accidental ripping of a dirigible airship