Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAItf HEHALD SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914 COULD NOT EAT- FAIIING FAST Cirttifl On 6ntt Lakes To Hullh By "Fruit-a-lins" thirty years, Captain Swan fol- lowed the Great Lakes. He has now retired .and lues at Port Bimvell, .where well kuowo.and highly etteemed H. SWAN. PORT BURWKLI., Oxr., Mar Sth. 1915. "A man has a poor chance of living enjoying Hie when he cannot eat. That was what vras with me. Loss of appetite and indigestion wss brought on by Constipation. I hare hart trouble with these diseases for years. I lost a great deal of flesh and suffered constantly. For the last ample of years, I have taken "Frait-a-tives" and have been so pleased with the results that I have recommended them on manr occa- sions to friends and acquaintances. am sure that "Frmt-a-tives" have helped the greatly. By the diet rules and. taking "Fruit-a-ures" according to directions, any person with dvspepsia trill get H. SWAN' "Frnit-a-tires" are sold by all dealers at 50c a hor, 6 for or trial size 25c, or sent on receipt of price by tires Limited, Ottawa. LATTER UAr SAINTS CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAV n Hall, 10th St. S.. wear Y. M; C. A. 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school; 2 p.m. Sacrament Visitors always Bishop Qoc. W. Green, 1016 Second Ave.S. Rhone 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH--C6ruer Gth Ave. and Fif- teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, June 1'S: German service at II a.m.. and English service at 7.30 p.m. t -Thursday, monthly meeting of L ther league. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Third avenue North, one minute (rom the car line. Sunday morning ut 10 ;-o, Remembering the Lord's Death; Sunday evening; 7.30, Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, 8 p.m GospoJ- Thursday evening Sp.m., Special upon God fo the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Com and drink of the water oJ life "For the Promise is unto you an your children, and to all that are afa off, even as many ns the Lord, ou God shall call. KXOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Patriotic Sm1 day. Services at 11 a.m. and T.UO p.m Morning subject, "Tlio New" Patriot em." Ekeningv "The Hundred Years of Peaw." Boys' 'department of th iuiulny school at It) a.m.; all othei Rev. Canon rector, M tins 11 a.m. Holy Communion.ey- j Jepartinents at 3 n.m. :At 4.p.ro.-Mr ery ounoay morning at S a.m. and it the eleven o'clock service on the irsfe Sunday of the month. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Sundav school 10 a.m. ST.' MARY'S C. Popham, rector. Holy Communion and Choral Eucharist on tus first- Sunday of the month at eleven j ,'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- lay school 3 p. in. Evensong 7.30 p. n. ST. CYPRIAN'S "CHURCH-Cor- Column, Chinese" missionary, -will ad dress the Chinese of tho city in the school room. All services shortened for the summer months. Straisgera and visitors cordially invited, WESLEY Hev. G. H Cobble tHe's, pastor.- Residence, 820 ier Sth Ave. and' Eleventh St. Rev. J inoa McMillen, rector. Matins 11 ,m. Evensong 7.30 p. m. Sunday chool .and 'Bible class three p. [oly communion on the firs I and bird Sunday at 8.30 a-m. and tn the econd and fourth Sundays .it th levea o'clock service. CHRISTIAN CHRIST? AN CHURCH Corne hird avenue and Eighth street; Rev Eleventh street. 'Phone 404. 10 a. m., Sunday school and adult classes. 11 a.m.. young worshippers' subject, "How heavy are Sermon, sus on 4 p.m., infant CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHORCK .OP, CHRIST, Bank blocfc.; Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony meeting, 8.QD p.m. The reading room Is open to every- one every day from three to five p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosehthai, pastor; P. Mini- Tregen, assistant. Childrenrs Mass 9 a.m. High Slass, 11 a. ra. Sunday school. 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. SALVATiON ARMY Services are fceio at the Citadel, Fiftj street, as follows: Sunday, n e.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights: Monday; S p.m., public meeting, led by'slaters; Wednesday, 8 p.m., Soldiers' .meetlns; Thursday, S p.m., Salvation" meeting. Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. CHRISTADET-FHIANS CHRISTA-DELPHIA-NS Meeting Jloom, 230 Thirteenth St., N., (be- tween 2nd and 3rd Bible class Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday sex- vices. Breaking of'Bread, 4 p.m. Ev- ening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture will be delivered by Mr. Sidney T. Batsford, "In the nour of Death: Deathbed and Jail All aeats free; no collection. B. Pickel, pastor. Sunday schoo at 10.30 a.m. Preaching services a 11 a.m., "when Rev. J. S. Raum, coma, Wash., will speak; subject "The'New Testament Mass meeting; at 3.30; subject, "The De moiis of Lethbridge." Evening sub ject, "Christian Christian Endeavor, 6.30 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREWS :eenth street North.; Rev. A. C. Bryan minister. Services, 11 a. m., anc 7.30 p. m. 'Morning subject, "Jesus, quadrilateral of Conduct." Evening subject, ".Memorial patriotic service. Sunday school 2 y.rti. and 15 p.m. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Third avenue and Ninth Hev. D. Ross, pastor. Services, 11 i.m. and 7.30 Morning subject, 'Good news for the and ev- ning, Sunday school at close of morning service. Gift." FIFTH AVENUE H. Elmer Green, pastor. Morning ubject, "Disguised, but not Unrecog- nized." Evening subject. "As the Jew." Sunday school and Adult Bi- le class at 3 p.m. Mrs.- Green will ing. at the morning service: Evening ntnem, "Great God of Nations." The rdinance of baptism at the evening ervice. .METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Uev. B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting t 10 a.m. Morning, "Four -Men in a Boat." Children's topic, "Where a Spartan King put his, Trust." Junior congregation in the parsonage at 11.30 a.m. Evening, "God's Patriotic BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread .at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading. baptism in the fhurcli. 7.30 p.m., Ma- jor Schoof will! on "Tho Con- quest of Darkest Africa -by Mission- aries, Soldiers and and "Ra- iigton and Superstitions in Mexico." Morning music: Anthem. "Holy Fath- er" and ijuartotte, unac- companied. Evening: Anthem, "Gloria'1 (Mozart 1, and solo, Mrs. Daws on. Wednesday. 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL the home .of Mr. LORD MERSEY IN CHARACTERS- This picture of Lord Mersey, who FALLING HAIR AND ITCHING SCALP Entirely Parlelan Sage. It Quickly Relieves Head Feels Fine, Now ttiat Parisian scientific preparation that supplies hair and scalp needs--can bo hoU At any drug or .toilet counter, It is certainly need- less to fcave" A tliin, brittle, stringy or faded 1mIr. No matter how unsightly the hair. how.badly it is fall- ing, or how irindh diimlruff. Just sperni a fow miuutcs ilay for a' weel- and rub a little Parisian Sage into tht- scalp and through the hair. All dand- ruff is removed with one application, tho hair roots are nourished and atlni- Isted to grow.new hair, itching and falling: hair head feels'fine. Best of all, the hair becomes soft, fluffy, abundant auU nidiaat with life beamy. Parisian Sage is one of the most Peasant, invigorating and refreshing mir tonics. No cheap perfumery odor disagreeable a daintily perfumed tea-colored liquid hat proves its "goodness the first time t is used. :Vou will be surprised and delighted vith Parisian Sage. Try at least one cent purchase- price ofundsd if you are not satisfied! Look for the Girl vith the Auburn ou every no other. Waterton Lakes Hotel is Nearly Ready for Guests Lethbridge citizens will be glad to hear of the completion of tho Lakes hotel, winch has lifer. rectod by John and which his ready for visitors by tho llrst of July. The hotel is located at the edge'of the Jakes ami at the foot of Bear Mountain, and it-is equipped vith all tho latest improvements. .11 is just one mile from the famous Cameron Falls, live miles from the Canyon Falls and the Divide, and only ten-miles from the Kooicnai Palls, which can be readied by motor boat. Mountain trout can ba procur- ed in any of the creeks in the vicin- ity, as well as in any of the lakes. Mr. llassard expects a large num- ber of tourists at the Lakes this summer, ami is adequately equipped io care for the uost fastidious. Those who arc .not fortunate enough to own their own motors, can reach the lakes via PIncher Creek, a motor stage line has establish- ed." Celebration of Hundred Years of Peace The mnvcmrnt for celebrating tho, undred Years oi I'cace between the ni tin Unpin, thi. T_nitcd Mtt b i iud Jut, a tire lai wst issue-i U the Cji idun Ince Cci Association, taking rapid hold in Canada, Circab. Britain and the Unit- States. The general proposals contain four one with which we arc warmly sym- pathetic It is a triumph of human- ity that during a century of rapid development, Despite the existence of ?rious international differences and problems, the British Empire and tile United States have found wiser and more humane methods of adjust- ing differences than the arbitrament of war. We welcome the achievement of a century of peace, and hope that Eueitestioiur regarding the erection oti monuments, and. states thai the mat- Ine list ot members, is a most.rsp- ter has been-referred to an lutbrna-l one anil contains the tional Committee. names of all. the Lieutcnant-Gover- Februarr 1915, has been sclcct-l nor.sv-lll-tllo.5linlslers Education, ed for thanksgiving services in aii I nearly all the Premiers in Cati- thc churches of the British Empire .AmonS prominent in this and the United Slates. This date is I Province, who have identified them- the nearest Sunday to February 17, thls movement may be 191o, the centenary of the tion of the Treaty of Ghent. j TBB President of the Canadian The educational propaganda includes Peace Centenary Association is Sir several important features, among i Edmund Walker, of Toronto, anil the which may be mentioned the prepara- i Honorary Secretary, Major C. F. tion oi a series of pamphlets dealing j Hamilton, ot Ottawa, with the varic-us .treaties which have? Those desiring copies of the cifcu- niade the long peace possible, which j lar should address Mr. E. H. Scam- it is intended to send to all the j mell, Organizing Secretary, Hope Something new today "FORCE" muffins! "FORCE" is too valuable a food not to be used at more than one meal in the day. Along with its wonderful food wheat cooked with is delicious enough in flavor to tempt any appetite any time. Take for instance TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES served in find-'them a delightful luncheon in themselves, so tasty and nourishirie are they. V, f Madethua: 1 cup of 1} cups flour, 3 level teaspoons bating powder, 1 level teaspoon sugar, Ateasnoonsalt' legg, cup milk, .1 tablespoon melted butter. "Mix together all the dry ingredients and then add the the milk ths beaten egg and the butter. Beat well and bake in hot buttered muffin pana in a hot oven.