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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHimiDGK DAILY HERALD K JBrniTHiiiiiuiiiiim For the invalid as tKose in perfect BakerSs Cocoa is an ideal food, bev- delicious e, pure, wholesome. Walter Baker Co.Limited ESTABLISHED I7SO MOKTREAL.CANADA E Own Nobleford, 3Iarch was eplendid attendance at thd Red Cross Eoclety antilverpary concert, 'held- Iri vlha school Monday evening7. Th'o room, was crowded and a number wore compeHei'lo stand. Ret.; W. C. cbalnrian at.th'e board ot managers of the.churchj.made the presegtalion Marsh presldeni'ol the society presld- In neat speech voccd the ftel- cd'ani told ol the work thai has been "E ot.the cuurcii In Ihelr regret thai done by the. local branch during Us Mr- Marsh, was leaTlng Ihe Icnvn (From Our Grassy Lake, March i. and WPB bosldb of L. Duncau'a store and ID.tripping over u uleco of Iron' Jell to in lo break tbrco of his ribs: and'Mrs. Jalto SchiH had for Calgary. Mr; Mrs. Ceo. W. Homy ou MOD flay, Kebiuary ft daughter. J, M. Waton was a LusJueaa vJsHor In Lcthbrldge Tuesday and day. Mrs. A. Jubb returned to hor home iri Beven Persons Ihla week, alter a feu' Jays tvllli bi- Mr. and ilre. A, Probcrts, w eat of town, If. J. Berlin has returned from" a trip to MlnueapolU, Chicago and polDts In North Dakota. U, H. .Barrel! was in Lcth- brUge this week. II. It. Sickles was a business Visi- tor In LcthLrltlge on Wednesday. Win. Ralaueck who has given ur hU position -aa town constable t tlto .Mtauii farm Sunday. Mr, 'ana Mrs. .Aiis. Kessler were visitors la I.cllibrlJfO" tlila ireok.' Dare Drake wns la Now Dayton Tuesday. 1'. K. Morcland had a sale Tues. day, the 2T.lh, Mr, nud Candy spent Tiiesdny with, friends at Wolls Siding.' Mr. am! Mrs. Morrison, arid family left for Spokano, Wash., Thursday. .Grain hauling IR )n full swing again J. O. Welsh ranch. jJrs. Percy Fisher IB ablo to be out the measles. Morrison !a her un'clo aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, thla Mfia McArthur ivtnt to Lethbrfdgo Friday 'afternoon. and Airs. Ralph Atkins 'and llret year- Hesitations wcra ably giv. pn by Miss. Barrett ofiWhlto Lake, .and two very fine Eolos vrara rendered by.-Miss B. P. Colemari of NoDWoro. The local bholr helped with, a chorus.''Fol- low Ing Ihese ItemsJa number of Inler- iestlng war slides w'era thrown on the tlia .singing of the national anthem' bringing the' meeting to a clfwe. The collection .amounted lo 520.55. After the meetlDg the eiccu- .UTS met and arranged to sondf'fln- cilher cheque" for to the'prlaou1 ers of war fund." J..W-'McClaiii and family relcrncd rFrorr, Our Own Foremost, March The weather has continued cold find ,yrlutry up till Wednesday ol Urla week" but the out- look at present -l9' more spring- like weather. There .has been a1 smalt snow atorni'or two but rio great amount o[ snow .'has. Lech added to our present jjoodiy auvply.. The wind which has been .blowing' fairly steady has drifted the sncvr. considerably and this has given the weather a alorruy ap- pearance. A lew ruQre dara such aa this promises to' be. though will see H- Medfl and H. Slovrart also ,spoko considerable less snow anil a mint- II II i I socrotary oj lie vlllaee, moved bt.vllule Wnller, fisyo returned tonic out to- their farm rt town. along. similar lines. Mr; "Hunt also mum amount of cold; Very icw people "Mr." JIarah with a will be sorry to -sec-the "_ siiap break _ from, the' school-dUttrlct In.apurecia- 1 for lo; it Is lit alreatlj-. lion of his work for consolidation In Conditions and" shipp'lus TaciliGi this district.' The pastor, who iras in connection with the' town elevators by surprise suit-" have made hauling .a more popula- ably roplled. Ur. and Mrs. Marjli lefl sport than it has' been for some lime. on AS'cdneaday for Lcthbrldgc where Mrs. Marah. will spend a month. J, Haydon- and Ed. South atlehdert the meeting of Ihe board of-, grain, commissioners, at Lefhbrldge '.on. Tuesday. Many local larmera are In favor of a terminal elerator'_at LelbbrJdge and all fee? Graln came In. on both'.wheels and sleds but moat of the wheeling.was from Uie north because of scarc- ity of anow there as compared with the poutb. The road a .on both sides of town are In a very good con- dition and has meant a '.very brJst Irade .in town for-both livery barns, were wcllJCr'tiTrcled with horses NEW DAYTON, Thursday. Mr. Grenoe, Sr., mel'Trilh qulle r North DakoU BOI" Minneapolis.- Cress is 111 with oulnsy, Mr. anil Mrs. Uus Knunp enter- latne-l Mr. nn1 Mrs. navo Drako, Mr, (From Our awn correAponrtenO nnl Jfrs. Bozart anrl 'ah'I Mrs New Dayton, March Oeo.' QnorBO and family Sunday nusli went to LeUibrldge a number of the New Dayton day. r" ladlea vyenl to atlend Thomas Kelley was a LelhhrlilBe tb'e, missionary convention which wi Tlsltor Thursday, ....'iialiig held last wenfe. Mr. Morrison .went to LethbrlJgt I Jir3. Gua.Kaupn Is spending a few dayaV In LQthbrldRo'.sho'will be thi Igupit of her son Bartholomew who Is painful accident last Wednesday." He tllll In tho hospital. -on Monday, from Kansas There thorltiat a grading station h essential La re spent the irlnter ,Tha kick most frequently registered ond many were ,lied lo the -_ i i i_ Of town. Y Slrangers through Tery'heElthere against the.Calgary eletatof Is i, Dlghl when; that ths farmers usually lose a grade Mr arid Mrs NohW and famllrI there Instead Rft to'r Gteat Kails. Always ready id slipping direct to Fort Wllllim. This ,'take an'acliye in-any'moTemenl difficulty ought lo ho overcome, .ljul help but a Rood.cause they, will ba was conCinaed. until 3 a.m. and 'everybody presenl bad a rea! 'good liCQC.T-., .J. Jjrs: 9. Noble .left, on TVednea- day for Kilgannon Ranch, Calgary., A.'. P. Buchan Ihct Le is the' proud and fatter.pi .a-Ilna baby Mra. Bu- chan'.la still. .Buchan 13 assisllng his brother at -Trayera. Durlcg Lhe 'cold mantha the moTe- ment for school consolidation was dropped- It is how being revived with fresh Tlgor. being Hubr spent several dayj.'ihfe made for a big campaign which will In paphlng up hla furnl-ihe launched In a few days and It. Is has liken Lhe house conildently expected that the result by'.N. J. N'qble. wijl be, successful." The recent cdiirJ Mrs. N. J-Noblft was the hostess'at decision in. the Baroni case has. had surprise tt the home a great effect upon this district, and ilra. Buchanan' on Saturday" lifter-1 has resulted la removhig many mla- 'r.r-cn Mn. 'W. 1 party was-declared closed (oj .-lliss -McGea arrlred on Thnr.aday men and we have to depend solfr from California anil Is .slaying .with My, upon lie reports of those who were I Sirs: H. Slewgrj; precenL .Theae are agreed that the at-( A. C- Ottewell. secretary of the Al body, enjoyed the partj- immensely. V.'iThe- board o( .trade will nicct'c. Jlonday evening In Lhe achool h ousel This is the regular monthly meclfng fair was a perfect succesa and everr-ftcrta UnJverally exlenaton depl. will t_... ,_.___, tj_ .._ c-onuuct, a mcmng pictu at the, train were, well Irn- pressed with the business activity tieie diEplayed nn'd wlth: the nui.ibcr of persons lo. for trade. Afier ihe lull io business .caused by froal und i now it a dellshitiiV change. --The fine weather has brought many juildlngs hear-, to and; be lajgeVic'e .'Is near to completion' io allow of the storing of Ice now but It -will .lake quite awhile lo 'fill It-to capacliy. Mlia Knott, of Creaton; B_.. C... who has bscf) teaching school In the Remainder district is returning to her home agalTi-. bwlris to Ihe ;inconven- fencca of the district be- yond bearing." So ll Is that great re- Eults from little cauaes rise; ".Her many friends throughout thfs dtalrlct are sorry to sce'her go The Rer. A. Barnerof Calgary spent the vreefe end ID, town In hta ofiiclal of .superintendent -of- odl3l mls3lons In Soiilbern -Alberta. On Sunday afternoon he aassmblfid Ihe children together iind a Sunday school.1 The children elects I H. Carrlnston as prealdenl, Dnr'ewlands. will "be con pastor, took for. his', morning ducted: by Rev. Mr. Gefr, of'Macleod. the privilege of writ ing the weekly budget.of news from- Npbleford for nearly a year a'nd now hand over; the lob to "more capable hands. The Jdndly moderation shown Fiti.uit ciTLuiif, in fc Nobletord on Tuesday, 3Iarch 13th 'that the children are'crganlzel It is and In lie eventng preach-llt Is hoped lhal Ihen ed.npqn John 1. .urging the Imila- congregatlona." tltjn.of Christ in character und ser- Tlce. Special music was provided by 'thb choir. There was a fair attendance nl! sale oh Wed- Prices did not soar very by the editor in hla manipulation of out everything .was sold. Jss. Me- the proverbial blue pencil has help Do'well left this week'for Foremost ed out Tery much efforl lo show that Nobleford really counts for" something In Southern and the restaurant he Hddefl to, the Koble Jlcrcantlle Store. Rer. TV.' C. 3Iarsh was surprised on ilonrlay evening- when a deputation trom the men of the town watted on him and presented him with a subs .lan'.Ial purse of money as a toXen of appreciation and regard, F. Vf. Hunt The Canadian aulhorilles ihave now for such, as .were school 90 slrenqonsly up to the aduHs we hop3 ihey ra- alJze their responsibility. This Is 'a splendid advocating a. to Rlre their prdfessed fnltusla'am a practical espreaalon." TATio h.lnicreat- ed In Ihe welfare of the chi'rifen here's your golden opportunfly. Rev. A. Darner tpolt over the even- ing service anl unnkc'tfl gathering on .''nighlcousnesa eialteti a nslton but sin 'la a rejiroich '.a any; people." He "stressed the Imporianc' 1 o[ right living In developing commun-jl Itles and strongly advocated the matlon, of s. vigilance committee. The A Way to Soften' the Hard V.Gct in 3 or'4 tabled. spoonfula into the water Briduir a. little. .The'. water creamy soft, most rtfreshmgandv'cry'beherjcial .Tiyit.r, tor'nigKtJ oe'pleaicd; well pleased. -People where water it uousuaJlj' hard just revel ia for the bath. Especially where tables con- cerned, i- Thesc silky-smooth little flakes, of the purest essence of soap' exercise's soothing and cleansing effect skin that is very stimulating after 'a trying day..' ail tracen, aadi For a Bright. Risy Complexion IxDVELY, 'cltar ;nu (nil true-to nature mwalli Iboae Who dally .ABBEY'S SALT bJcckbeada dla- vanish at tat: majnesla Is the pours of the C ABBEY'S SALT li tentla'xegulalorr will cep the and tifgeftlve orfUDa (a the pink ol condition. ThU aparkllnf, healthful tonic 1 services' ai 11 'a.m. auti 7.30 ijpeclfil Anntyersary. Cor. 3rci Ave. and 9th Btl' 8, .Rev. C. Baker.1 Fitter; Next Sunday's con-, ducted by the paator at ,ahd 7 Dr. DyJo; 61 Edmonton, '-V speak at the incfralng anil Mornrnj: Address to: sui-vices Grcal War." Subleet of...aetmon, Morning anthem. '.'Slrig'to Ihe third A element Barnby; BopraW Bolo, "Tho Lcrii-fsl'-., o Mrs.''Uy- C9minunlon .iiarnlc of at-.ulosC2.pf-.'i evenlrigViSertlce..- All _ '-'EvebtDS'V and 'FlemlfiE hot ,O Splck- er; My.'f'aith' Look3''l7p fb wllh violin obllRalo, Buck. Contralto solo; That 'Madial Earth .'and y Sanderson Tenor Bolo, Lord Is ray Aliltsen, Mr. Blue. 10 o.rn.: Boys Department. 12.30 Sisters' Bible 2.00 p.m.'.'.- Big -Brothers'. Bible Claaa. S.OO p.m.: Sun: day School" r. Chineso. Class; raeeUng was then" thrown open (or I! conplalnU or suegestloa but no one i took advantage of Ihla. onporlanlty for ihe Mimsslon ol opinions. M'e trust that added Interest will result I'S-.S. -WESTMINSTER Rev. J. B. Parsonage izf I ,5th N. .Phone 1659 Topic, "Swlncs- food." Se'riabD, "the LloV of Life." Part 1 2 p.ra.: All Departments of Westmins- ter Sunday dohool- 3 p.m.: Adult and Young People's IJIble Parsohace. la.-All Departments ot St. An-Jrew'a Sun-.Iiy School, i The'firat address In the aeries, "Six' Character! anc fhiir Mi.-asifle" to Men of Tgday.1' TODlc.j-1'Caln arid arranged that a pension Elarts as] from1'his 'visit. No week night meet- soon as a Eoldler gets his discharge. Ings were hell because !l was neces- _ Par and separation'alloTrancea cotl- llnne nnlil the pension Is ready. Avoid dangerous prepara- tions caustics, acids, ammonia, etc., t by using Old Dutch iiy Mr. Earner nlon conference held In Medlclnd fat on Tuesday, and Wednesday of ils week. The plans for (lie formation of a ocal band have-' progressed Into Iho ealm ol the real and 'a number f Inslrumenta have been secured and itriuutcd hj the hand boys. Prac- eJ have already commenced auJ ownsppoplc are becoming -aware of he presence o( unfolding genius. At every lain one meets wllli strains expressive o( the fact thai ;ome. one la becoming accuslomcd lo ils InsUumenL Go lo It boys, you have the well wishes o! the towns people and tre can overlook a few present thinking ot the perfected reallly soon to be. The local Red Cross society conltn usllj reports favorable progress and InlercsL The mcmlerahlp open to all oiprwjlns Interest In this line ot work an-1 every meeting I; for something definite and worth while. We are Informed that a successful whist drive an! dance was organized al the Altorado school house on Krl day evening, February, 2-3. Thoso had a good time. Don't forgcl Ihe concert and dan for Red Cross society at SunalU school on March 3. A Bool conccr and a pleasant lime Is promised Co all aHemling. N'cver mind what Ih price along and yoa'il go your money's FIRME" Heintzman Co. PIANOS inemb queat !d-to .attend: Firal Church 'of Christ SeienUat Hull 'Tih'sirtiV Sunday Service al.il "Christ Sundaj-.' :Schopl cI IoseTof-- the morning service. Wednesday Evening, TeiUmopy mail- Ing at fi p.m. ,p ;--'y Tlie reaclln'B Sunday arid' le'eal from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, the. bible 7.cd. Christian Science 'literature. may oc read, borrowed .or'. purchased. The public, la cordially Invited' V to Qt- tenil Iho church also 16- vlsit the rcaulng room. HEADING ROOM OPEN 'TO ALL. ANGLICAN Stt Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and "Sth Avc. South. Rev.-'Canon" W. V.' rtcMillcn, B A, n: rn.-Su'nday'School tnj BiWe p.m. .....EVENSONG 7.30 Holy and 3rd Sun- rtiij-3 inrl anil llh Euwlayi at p.m. LATTER PAT, SAINTS Church of Jesus Chriatof' Matter .-Day .Corner 7th Ave. and Ulh'St-.S. Sunday Sacramenl'MeeilnaV-2'p'm..' Primary 3 P.m. Relief 2 p.m.' Visitors Alway, Welcome. BIB hop Geo. W. Geen, :fOI6, 2nd Ave. South. .Phone' VW3.V''1 PLAYER PIANOS HAVE BEEN THE CHOICE 3F THE GREATEST MUS 1C MASTERS FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS. The distinctive tone of the CO. lias placed It above a mere "price." .0 0 O When one ewriB a HEINTZMAN PIANO there ll never a re. gret for the price pM.i It Is 3 fact, they cost a little more than other planoi, but the HEINTZMAN CO. carriet within III pirftcl construction the guarantee of a satisfaction with 'which no price TERMS MADE CONVENIENT.. WRITE FOR ADDRESS TO JIETHOpIST VWtsIeyichorch Beir. c: Paiter Pjrionage 320 11th St. a. Phone 4D4 11 a.ni.: Seconi scries or 3 P.M.: Bible School. 7.JO p.m.': Judgment of HTi an'i Oiin." Illustrated. Music: "He Shall Feed Ilia FlocV Like n Shepherd, ".Allan; "O Doun- tlliil JosuV'.-Stalner; Solo, Mlaa A to '.'Look- Ing Unto Jackson. PENT'ECOSTAL'-.y., Penlecoatai Jlissian N., Baptltl Church .tho Loril'3 Death.. 7.30, Goi- 3 p.m.; Sunday School.: and- Word.- T11 upon CuU lor the Holy Ohbat. Kliier Ceo. F. Do Elllon. ConTtrted Inflflel will Bpcak' Jeiui la Coinlrb "Get Ready! A HEARTY WELCOME TO'ALL ARMSTRONG 3H Fifth atreel Seulh- RAWORTH Lethbridge, Alberta J. HARRY ALEXANDER, Dlltrlct Manager BELIEVERS Burgman'i Hall, 41> 13th at North. Dcllevcrs oa the" Lord's Day-for. Breaking of Bread 11 Gunday Scnool at 8 p.m. Voapel Preaching at ?.10 p.m. BiLTe Reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. CIIUISTADELnirANS Keel In thi Mocie Hall, Hlglnbottikm Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd .Avenue South Wednesdays: 8 p.m., Bible Clan. Sundays tvt lo commemorate the 1-ord'a Death and nt 7.30 p.m., lo pro- claim the 'glad tidings of tho'Klng- Horn of Ooii Subjccl: "The Parable of Man and All -'i Christian Cer. 3rd Bth 8t. 8. Frank A, rMInfalcr. Reildtr.ce, 501 Bth 3ts.fh.ne W7 10.30 .am.: .Sundiy, bv preaching, eer- .i [vlcel Snhject "Labenri (515 E. Prnyc'r Meeting, .foll- iwil preaching, service at 7.JO Subject: "A Baila for Chrlatlan Un- 1 ;The''Acceptar.ce'of as itatlve Revelation of Filth jnd Con- duel." "'i i Co1 SALVATION Service. Ketd ll the ClUdtl, 51h SL a.rn llolknetar.yeellnf; 3 p.m. Fralie MeeilDg'aBd 7 JO Sal- vation Meeting, v WesK lie Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m. JfHUac Citadel band In atteDdaoce. -t. 3 p.m, ail