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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 1015 Summer need not be aHard Time for Baby It is uot the heat of summer that is hard on babies. It is their food that for most summer troubles. Milk is difficult to modify at home and, in the summer particularly, it is liable to contamin- ation, infection and becoming sour. It is this that is mostly responsible for the epidemic diarrhoea and other complaints usually blamed on the summer weather. The value of an absolutely dependable food is clearly proven at this season. The "Allenburys" Milk Foods, Nos. land 2 present advantages that are impossible with milk delivered to your door. They are prepared from the pure rich milk of carefully tended cows bred on splendid to resemble most closely healthy mother's milk. Packed in hermet- ically sealed tins, the foods are ready for immed- iate use with the addition of boiling water only. Mothers who adopt this scientific method of feeding infants, which effectually replaces human milk and enaures steady, vigorout growth and health, are relieved of the maey trouble! and aaxieties thai attend the feeding of Baby durig houckecpeni otHcn to produce the iinett quality of Home-made Bread widioul (nxitlc Brew! nude with. Royal Yeast will taep frwH and moist loiuter than that made MADE IN CANADA F.W.6IUEII COMPACT LIMITED .Nobleford, Alia., meeting several days ufio the citizens of NoblBford, White Uike. Rocky I Comee, and adjacent districts. decid- i ed to form a Home Guard, and today they turned out. en masse to the first drill f.t White Lake. Fifty-three ans- wered the roll call. Lieut. A. S. Buchan took command and put the guard through a scries of preliminary i drills, being ably assisted by M. -Me- 1 Lean. The next drill is fixed for Tuesdav night at' the same place, and iastio, and. lacking assistance from expected that fully 75 will fall the Militia department, it is quite ros- in line- After that it is the Intention kible they will provide their own to drill guard iu sections, in their j equipment. respective districts. been receivea irum the members ot the guard are erithus-sion arise. _____.....-_ The general leeling is Xo word has thtit each one should do what he can mdqunrlers, but I to prepare to do his should occa- Ollcnburgs ANGLICAN I ST. CVFRIAX'S' CHURCH, corner [Eleventh streei and Eighth avenue South; Rev. Canon V. McMillen. j June 27 (Fourth Sunday after Matins and Holy "Communion, with sermon, at 11 a.m.; Evensong at 7-30 p.m.; Rev. Canon McMillen will preach-at both HaTIOHAl PROGRESSIVE SYSTEM Tke booklet "Infant Feedias and Max- aftmnt trill prove of great value to all tefio tiart the arclfare cf a baby hi tkeir Foil fret ttilk Sim- ple. State ase ofSaoy, services. Sunday school. Junior Boys' (ages U-ii) and Adult Bible classes at 3 p.m. The Bible class lesson is a review of the lessons of the past quarter. ST AUGUST1VS Canon MurrelMVright Rector Holy 1 Communion, S a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. ST MARY'S ol 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion every Sunday morning at 8 a. m. Choral "Eucharist on the 1st lish service at 7.30 p.m. A meeting of the voting men will be held after the service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at elevee a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting, 8 ,_ p. m. The reading room is open to Junior i everyone every day from three to fiva p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thlrtewtli North tisemble on the Lord's Day for breaking of bread at IV a- m, Sunday school at 3 p. m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday 7.45 p. ra. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL North Baptist church, Sunday Farmers Should Arrange for Help Tim department, ut agriculture begs to advise the fanners of tlio provide that in 'view of the large increase 'in the acrcago settled to grain ;viui the promising crop conditions, there likely to bp.a'very urent demand this; season holjj, and as there i arc a large number of unemployed wqrkmcil in 'our cities at. the present time it would he well to engage such help as may he needed at the earliest possible moment. Hitherto it has limi the, policy-ot I the railway to induce j westward imuiijiration for harvest I help, but this year it 'may. be ussum-j ed that no such movement will he j possible, as conditions in the east-! erii provinces are very similar to; those in the west with very Vitlle or j no immigration from Europe. At the present time there arc a; certain number of unemployed, in Ai-j borta. There arc now, however, over men under arms, and recruit-! ing is progressing steadily. Before harvest therefore, it is safe -to con- clude that upward of more men will have been withdrawn. It is also 'expected that cipal work will rapidly employ many of the present; unemployed, so there is likely to be of help for harvest work if arrangements are not, made at once to secure the necessary assistance. A WHO CAN BEAT THIS? Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Stevens had home-grown .potatoes for dinner yesterday. The po- tatoes were planted and cul- tivated by the old couple who are in the neighborhood of three score and ten, in their garden on Fifth avenue A N. Mr. and ..Mrs. Stevens are old timers in Lethhridge, and left this morning to Hv6 with their daughter in Washington. in the pool, Idly drifting in the cool, Summer how fine, Dainty divine! Don't forget a good .supply of QHfirlrtK on your vacation dainty, mint- flavored, sugar-coated confection for Man and delightful. MADE in.CANADA .Saw the Quftfon Coupons Joan trery Chiclel CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO i and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 I morning at 11 o'clock, remembering a m and on all High Festivals, j the Lord's death. Sunday evening Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at j 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at S COFFEE Blue Ribbon Coffee ancJ Baking Powder You may be the best cook Tfs" the world but if the leaven you use is poor you cannot get sat- isfactsry results. Always use Blue Rtbbon Baking Powder; it fnakes the lightest and best and cakes. ffrue Ribbon, the standard of quality in Teas, Coffees, Baking Powders, Jelly and 11 am. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at 7.30. i METHODIST WESLEY CHURCH-11 a.m. "The I Ministry of Thorns." 2 p.m. Bible school and adult classes. 3 p.m. un- ited rally of city Sanda; p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at S p.m., special waiting upon God fol ,the baptism of the Holy Ghost. A j hearty welcome to all. j SALVATION ARMY i Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows Sunday, H 7.30 p.m! "The Principle of Future meeting? Rewards." Music, morning anthem, j "I am and Stainer Ladies' quartette, "0 How He solo, Miss Diescth. Evening anthem, "0 Come to My Salvation meeting. Week- nights Monday, 8 V- m., public meeting, led by sisters Wednesday S p. m., Soldiers' meet- Heart" Thursday" S p. m., Salvation SIR DICK AFTER A JOB i going to British Columbia. Ottawa, Ont, J.uue Richard McBride arrived in the capita! from New York, after an absence of three months in England. Sir Richard will spend a couple of days here before duet, Have I to do iThee" irom Elijah, by Mrs. iler and Mr. Kilner "For i j Those in Peril on .tile ed bv Mr. Simms. j Street N..I iRcv. J. B: Francis, pastor. Services j i tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. I Class meeting at 10 a. m. Morning sermon, lirst of series of sermons on j the "Loyalty of Jesus Christ." Chil- dren's tbpiiv "Free Kibbons." Even- ling subject, "The Locust Plague of Palestine. PRESBYTERIAN I t'ev H Denoon I services tomorrow at 11'a.m., sub- Iject, "Patriotism." Boys' department oi faunda> school at ill am. other! departments at 12.15. Adult Bible j 1 class at 3 7 30 p m special sermon to the Masons Fulf choir at each t service FJvervone .cordially welcomed. .ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor Rei A. C Bryan Mornms; at Jl. 1 and 7.30 p.m.. Junior Sunday j i school at 2 senior Sunday school at 21 TR1NTTY CHURCH, HARDIE- meeting, Citadel band in attendance meen, I Saturday, S p. in. 'free and easy lnrl- Germans Are Nothing But Beasts, Says Local Boy It is .reported in'-well-informed cir-1 T. T. Faichney. Se.r- cles that, failing 'appointment as Ca-, ices Jor High Commissioner m Lon- j s ice at june 27th Chil 0 clocv. Sundav Richard'is likely to accept school at 330 Fvenmg senice. WOMEN FROM 45 to 55 TESTIFY To the Merit of Lydia E Pink- ham's Vegetable Com- pound during Change of Life. WMtbrook, Me. jf-" LWM through the of Life and had pains in my back mod side and was so I could hardly do my boiKework SJJ I tsLcs E. Pinkham'i Vege table Compound and it haa done me a lot good. I will re- commend your med- a -.position as agent-general for his province in England. NYAL'S A letter" dated J.une 4, written by Percy S. Wilson, a former employee of the CiP.R. here, to a friend in the city.- tells an interesting story of some of the fighting in northern. France, and of some of the Letb- bridae boys. Wilson is a private in the Strathcona 'Horse. He was wouud- ed last month, and is "now in a hos- pital in Birmingham. Speaking of Ills chum, D. A. Batch- eldor, also an employee of the C.P.R. here, he says: "I'have not seen Bach, since Christmas. He is in Bnsland somewhere in the hospital; he got wounded quite a while ago. "I got mine on May 24. 1 got one shot through my nose; it came out through the lower jaw, taking out most of ray teeth.' I got another one through my shoulder. I am getting along fine, but. suffering a lot of_pain. The day I got mine we made a on the German trenches. We took the trench .all right, but got cut up very "I saw Brigham Young that day, but I don't know how .they made out that night. After we took the Ger- man trench, they turned the big guns on us, and they sure, got a lot of us Canadians. After .that to use -the-gas. H wai they started tVft I got wouniied I crawled back into our old trench and got a -Hed Gross, man' to bandage me up a little." Private Wilson has nothing good to say about the Germans: "It is al- most impossible to get out the wouud- ed in daylight on account of the snip: j ers; they are everywhere, and they snoot Red Cross, wounded, or any- body. They are nothing hut wild beiists we are fighting." "When the gas started knew there was but one. chance for my life, and that was to get out. So 1 started 2ut to craw.l on one arm and my stom- ach. I had .about a mile and a half to go, and 1 couldn't even raise myself up on ,my knee. I could hear the snipers pinging over tile top of me, but a .made it to the. dressing station, iu LMCI'C gol s car to the hospital. "The Germans are death to the Ca- CONTINUED FROM FRONT PACjE. 7.30' are 'cordially invited St Matthew s byteran church Sabbath school 11 m crpmntr tjprvirp at 7 Ho A testimonial Mrg LAWRENCE MAR- Children's Specials. .Three cars Wine to my inends i jeaTe the corner of 9th street ana bin avcnue at 12.50 p.m. for the accom- sion to publnh'niy modation ol the children'of the south side, who are asked congregate at Central school, runninj To Have Perfect Skin Throughout the Summer These days face needs special can. and attention. Flying duet and dirt, the sun, urn severe on any alcln. Thafr despoiling effects nre best overcome by application oi pure raercollzed u-ux. Thfa keeps skin and pores In a cleanly condi- tion, the complexion beautifully white and spotless. Discolored, freckled and rough- ened cuticle are actually absorbed br It. One ounce of mercollzed wax, obtainable at any drugstore, is sufficient to com- pletely- renovate a soiled complexion. It is used like cold creum. allowed to remain on over night, and washed off la tbo morning. As the skin tends to expand in warm weather, causing -wrinkles to a good astringent lotion should be used. Diuotve 1 oz. powdered siutollte in Vj PC witch ace, in this for -fi'-ir. n, 1-; a remark- able skiu -Utfliteaei- and wrUikJe nadians; they take ho prisoners. 3ut our hoys have got .them scared.tto death; when they'see us charge they run and squeal like pigs." Wilson mentions the death of Sid- ney Kenton and Hrakeman Ferrior, and states that he saw Wm. Carnell of the 10th Battalion, which Indicates that he is hack, at the Iront after his term in the hospital. direct to TALCUM POWDER Frn.c'rtint R e f It Cl'ntfs MAYFLOWER TALCUM POWDER I Nyal's Mayflower Talcum j is an experience to every j. first time user. Its touch is soft, soothing and re- freshing. Its distinctive May- flower perfume, delicate, in'di- vidual, elusive. Ideal for every use to which you can put a Talcum. Nyal Quality preparations can be ob- tained only in Nyal Quality Stores. Ask one of them for free copy of Booklet entitled "Your giving full particulars of i best methods of massage. 125 ROMAN CATHOLIC Manaton, Wis the Change of PATRICK S_Corner Fourth! ,nffered wlth pains in my bade t L for the ac- "SatioB of the children oi North BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST Hev I) Ross pastor 11 a m 'The Mount 01 God Noon Bible school and adult class 7 31) p in The Holy Fire 1 FIFTH AVENTIE Corn er Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. school, 3 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of LATTER DAY Cornel ol Seventh Ave ,7d 12th street 10 30 a m Sunday school 2pm tacra Compound I began to continued its nse for six The THt WED CROM DRUG BOOK CO., LIMITED; FRANK HEDLEY I ORU8 CO., 117 Mh Street South; PEOPLES DRUG STORE, 240 13th Street menfc meeting Visitors always come. Bishop Qeo. W. Green, .1011 Second Ave. S. Phone 1493. CHRISTAPELPHIANS CHRIST Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. Entrance 5th' street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 -p.m. Bible class. at 3 .p. m., to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7-30 p. m. tb-praclaim the' glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Sub- ject, "Is the Soul Immortal An- swering' W. G. .Asher's' sermon last Sunday. Questions invited.' CHRISTIAN. CHRISTIAN BrHJKCH-Cornet of 3rd avenue and 8th street. W. G. perns left me, the night sweats and hot flashes grew less, and in one year I was a different woman I know I have to thank yoq for my continued good health ever since H re M J. BKOWNILL, Mansion, Wis The anecets of Lydia E. Ftakham'a Vegetable Compound, from and ii unparalleled in toAaaes. If want special aJilee write I. Pmkkan Mcfiuie Co. 4nttal) Ljan, Kau. letter will oeeatd, read nt auwemi ky a woaiaa, aid held U iirkl vwlaeate. Asher, pastor. 10.30 Bible school. 11.30 morning service and breaking of. bread. (Egypt Canaaa 7.30 evening ser- vice. Subject, "Where.-Ue the A further. brief disciresion of this subject. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S 'FIRST CHUKCII-Conwr Ave. -Rev. C Grant, min- ister. at 3 p.m. Knj- FRECKLES Now the-Time to Get Rid of Theae Ugly Spots There's no longer the slightest need of J'eeling ajhame'd of your freckles, as the prescription guaranteed to remove these ugly spots. Simply get an ounce of double any druggist and. apply a little pf it night and morning.and you should see that even the' worst freckles have begun to .dis- appear, while the lighter, ones have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than an ounce is needed to com- pletely clear the skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion Be sure to ask for the double slrwgth othine nfe this Is sold tinder gvMMtue of money back if U falls to parents 01 "'-j children, but adults will be charged j regular fare. On' arriving at the exhibition grounds the children will proceed to the grandstand, where they mil haye a section to themselves. The- Cih band, the Miners' band and the Ciflet Bugle band will be in attendance I he program will open' with the .raising of the Union Jack Canadian ensign on poles to be erected' at the grounds. the King" and Canada" will he sung, after which the Mai or will give a patriotic speech OtliCl patriotic songs will follow, "The Maple Leaf and Britannia." The choirs of the citV will combine in leading the sing- ing A lull program of sports will fol low, .for adults as'well as children, and the experienced men in charge will run oil all events promptly on time. Besides the.sports, exciting in- terludes will he staged on the plat- form and in the paddock. The greased pig will allord much merriment, blindfold boxing and wrestling will remove .cause spasms of merriment and. such events as tro half-mile Pony race, the five mile motorcycle race and the1-Club'Relay Race will afford all the thrills necessary for ah after- noon's enjoyment. 41 four o'clock the sports at the grounds heing over, the crowd, head- ed by the bands, will proceed to the lake, where the Aquatic Club ivill off the first regatta of the sea- son: 'The .kiddies have not been tor- gotten in this program either The bojs will have the chance of their hvrs to catch a. large live last year WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE QUALITY IS UNEXCELLED. THE OLYMPIA CONFECTIONERY 327 5th STREET SOUTH. ;