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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LE'rt DAILY IIKRAI.D SATURDAY, .Jl'NK 21, TALCUM POWDER A PERFECT powder for toilet or nursery. Of inimitable purity arid quality, and "British made for British, maid and mau." In addition to ingredients which give it an indescrib- ably refreshing quality. Royal-Vinolia Talcum has a mildly antiseptic action beneficial to a chafed or irritated skin. Put up in two sizes, Olher very popular Vmolia Talcums tire Bonoic Prince Charlie, Lirilaud Vinolia Geranium. All good druggists and. stores sell them. VINOLIA CO. LIMITED London, Paris Toronto 168 Only Two Places Under New Aft l-'rom Where Liquor Will Be Sold Calgary. Juno iiepartiuent if the aUuriiey.gtmernl will leave I nothing undone to have prohibition. jwlm-h comes into foivo next Saturday.; icm'ori'ed. There will be two vendors for the present who will bo penuit- jted to supply a ceninn amount of j liquor to druggists mid oilier persons i ;emiiled under the iu-t to use ji. one i for Kdmonton and one for Calgary.; The imKjtfnsi v? vendor :n Calgarv" has jbeen offered in and aivepted by Rev.! iPr. John MfDougall. the pioneer of' jtltis pan of the country. Tlie appoint-' .ment of Dr. Mi-lHuiiiiill moans that1 'that part of the net will bo well The same rare is being taken with the enforcement of the act in every1 particular. An order in has jbeen passed authorizing: police umcis-: irate? to use the same authority i the act that they had with the. license act. i The government is providing: store- j houses in Calgary and Edmonton; j where retailer? may store surplus; -stock for the next three months which time they may dispose of iit outside of the province. The ob-! ject of the government is to enable'_ dealers with stock on hand to get rid it. and it seems better to have tin CJl'S SUFFERED __, 1 and 2 pound cans, Iso Fine Ground lor Perco- ators. 167 HUN SUBMARINE TAKES SPAIN-S Daylight Saving AT Garbutt Business College 411 8TH STREET SOUTH, UETHBRIDGE. Owing to the increased attendance at our school we have de- cided to remain open durius the months of July and August. In order to take advantage of the cool morning hours we will, commencing July 3rd, open one hour earlier; that is at S a.m.. and close at 1 p.m. Night school will also continue all summer on Mondav and Thursday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30. CALL, OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION. Jhand at the end of the mouth might i .Madrid, via Paris, .lime Ger- j be prosecuted. man submarine arrived today at Car- "I t.'-iiik there is very little liquor The officers disembarked and in the province sain Kred G !leit with a confidential Forster. license inspector for the Alfonso- vince. "It has been pretty well used The arrival ot' the Germ; up or shipped out ine U3S :u Cartagena wa: Fred eric ton, N. H., June not 100 members of the Canadian Mounted Rifles camo through thy recent terrific lighting at Vju'es is one- of the sturtltng stutuincnts con- tained in a Jotter Just received here Trooper l-'rauk Juwett, son of ex-alderman 11. C. Jowelt, who was wounded and is now in No. o Gener- al hospital at The letter in part follows: "1 am iu hospital at Boulogne, furing from effects of the battle of VjH'os. 1 can only thank God that 1 am still nlivu. There aro only about a dozen of our battalion left. "ll started on Friday morning about and the 1st and -1th C.M.U.'s wen; holding the lirst lino trenches on that part of the line. Talk shells! Hundreds of thousands were hurled at us. In fact, all the enemy's guns in jthe district were turned on the tren-! dies wore holding, and they were' ripped to pieces ami levelled to the ground. Dead were lying everywhere. Our dugouts were all blown in and f here and there you would see feet sticking out of the ruins where the men had been buried alive. "1 don't know how I escaped, 1 was j [blown in the air several times, and I by u.30 was just about rtady to hand i in my checks. A youni; British otllcer j really saved me. Hy this time 1 was bleeding from nose, mouth and ears, with both eyes bunged up. The young officer asked me if I was willing to take, a chance and run overland. Just as liu was speaking the mine- went up into the air, and Fritz came j over at ns. j "When things had settled again, j we started ou the run. Don't think KING i me a coward, for retreating, for none of us hail rifles nor bayonets and our machine guns were all broken. started on the run for our lines, with Fritz on our heels, firing at ns as he came. About a dozen of our fellows an winged insects, fully equipped for distributing disease-breed Ing bacteria. But a city with clean backyards and clean stable premises would be a fly- less 'City, for it would have abolished the flies' breeding-grounds. The plan of campaign against these annoying and dangerous pests is thus plain: we must clean up, not once or twice a year, but all the time. City bylaws shr.ujd require nil owimrs of stables to keep manure in a fly-tight, covered box and to have it removed at least twice a week. A similar law should apply to the disposal of garhSge. Per- j SOUK with dirty back-yards should be j prosecuted. Privies should he abolish- j ed wherever possible and. where al- j Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 10 a.m.: Bible School and Adult Class- es, 11 a.m.: Sermon by the pastor, and installation of the Quarterly Board. .7.30 p.m.: Sermon hy the pastor! Music: ".My Voice shall thou hear in the morning, O Lord." "0 give thanks unto the Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor 10 a.m.: Children's Glass Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's Topic, "The Chris- tian War." Sermon, "The Triumphal Entry." 2.4o p.m.: Sunday School. 7.30 p.m.: Topic, "In the War Zone." The first of two addresses pertain- ing to tho war. St. Mary's Church Cor. 5til Ave. and 12th Street C., Holy .Communion Every. Sunda! morning at 8 a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and Sundays of the month at 11-a.m and on all High Festivals. I Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday a 11 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Clas at 2 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. PENTECOSTAL' Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church j' a.m., remembering tin Lord's Death. Evening, 7.30, God pel meeting, 10 a.m.: Sunday School. j- p.m., Prayer and th Word. j p.m.. Special waitin upon God for the Baptism of th Holy Ghost. A HEARTV WELCOME TO ALL CHRISTADELPHJANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higlnbotha'm Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South 8 p.m. Bible Clasa. 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Subject: "Verily, Isay unto thee to day shall thou be with Me in Para. the promise of Christ been All Seats Free. No Collection lowed, should be kupt continually dis------------------- infected ami be cleaned twice weekly, j BELIEVERS The piling of refuse in disgusting surgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. W. CLARK, LIMITED MANUFACTURERS MONTREAL and unsightly "dumps" should never be permitted, if tho town cannot af- ford an incinerator, the refuse should be buried. Experiments conducted by the U. S. Department of Agriculture have shown that the fly larvae in manure and other refuse may bo kiiind by treatment with one pound of borax.being sufficient to treat 16 en., ft. or very nearly 33 bushels of man- First Church of Christ Scientist ure. If used in larger quantities, the i Hull Block, 7th Street S borax may prove injurious _to plants, j Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Believers assemble on the Day for the Breaking of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Thursday, 7.45 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The borax should be sifted over the j Wcdnelida7EvVnVnfl7Testimony mn manure, particularly near the edges ing at 8 p.m. RED ROSETEA of the pile, which should then he sprinkled with four gallons of water. j This treatment will kill !I8 to per j cent of all the larvae in the manure. At 11 cents per pound for borax. It is csllmated lhat the cost would he 2 cents .per horse per day. This coat could be vory greatly jciluced hy em- Ploying ejilcined colernanile Instead of It' llie former wore Imported In large quantities. One pouml of cole- rnnnlte will treat 1) bushels of man- ure and its larvicid.il action U as of- toctivo that of g at 8 p. READING ROOM OPEN TO EVERY- ONE DAILY FROM 3 to 5 7 m. BAPTIST First Baptist Cliurch Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Regular Services morning and even- ing. Mr. C. Staine, of Calgary will preach. Sunday School at 12 o'clock. l Church of JesiSpsl of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary p.m.' Relief 2 p'm. Visitors Ahvo-yB Welcome Biihop Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30 a.m.: Sunday School, foll by Communion Service. Everybody Welcome. SALVATION7 ARMY Services Hold at the Citadel, 6th St. a.m.. Holiness Meeting: 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week 8 p.m., Pub- lic -Meetiiig, led hy Sisters.' Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, S p.m., free nml easy meeting. LINERS ENTER JAP SERVICE New York. June American passenger liners will shortly leave this port to augment (he steadily climbing mercantile supremacy of (ho Jupanesr! in the Pnclflc Oceans They nif, llie former Pacific Malt steamships Sltioria' and Corea. These- vessels w'ere re- cently purchased liC' Toyo Klseil Kflisha Steamship company1 for a nrfrn said to he S2.000.DOO i If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide (Made in ;