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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1918 Xrtbbn&j:, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publisher*. (THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 923 6'h Street South. Lethbridge W. A. Bucha; an President .ind Managing Director John Torrance -  r.usinws Manager j es. Tho debates arc more in the nature J of an informal consult:!(ion of business ! men about common Interests. They j talk mid volo and there is an end to 11. i This easy, colloquial disposition of af-i fairs by no moans . implies any slip-,, j shod indifference or superficial .method,! J of legislation. There is no legislative > I body where Important questions are' 1 treated in a. more fundamental and ; ! critical manner. ;' ?PICKEDtrPffl*** es, lor sis years Lionaon :soil has been con�ecrat3d by the pray-i height ajjent ot the O.T.R., goes to ers and pilgrimages of devout people resignation. The menace of the Siberian situation fa emphasized in England, where it '� of these three religions for many cen-announced that all German prisoners previously held in Siberia are being mobilized under Prussian officors and made ready for a campaign. Hamilton in'a similar position.- , Flood fetched fuel and fish' to the Bank of Hamilton at Paris. Sticks of cord wood and fish flow into its basement. Canada's pension list, will use up' nine millions during 1018. A ttfii-'dT term' for President Wilson is mooted jit tho Middle West. Wm. Burt died "at Brampton in. his 102nd year. He fought ut lukorman. The Rotary Club in lirantford distributed more'than-a ".liovtsaiid service flags. Appointment of policewomen was approved of by the Sarnia Social Service Club. Chicago - restaurant owners favor the abolition of table d'hote meals as u war economy. li. S.^oxports dropped $286,000,000 during the first -seven months of the present, fiscal year. The Winnipeg Presbytery at a meeting this week expressed confidence in Union government. Niagara District Fruitgrowers' Association Is opposed to the proposed daylight saving law. Bell Telephone Company lias opened a new exchange in Lindsay with a capacity for 1,600 phones. y __ Windsor Chief of Police says carelessness of pareuts and movies account for.much juvenile crime. A son of John Wannamaiker has been placed in charge of New York's volunteer police reserves. The Kentucky illiteracy Commis-tion is.teaching thousands of men of draft age how to read and write. Will Be Held March 18 for New Village Council-Red Cross Report All foreign steamers buying provisions in U. S. ports will have to conform with 11. s. food regulations. CHANGING THE SEATING ARRANGEMENTS The Ottawa newspapers are favorably considering a proposal to dispense I at Hebron has been placed under ex- I turies, therefore do I make It known niito you that every sacred building, monument, holy spot, shrine, traditional site, endowment, pious bequest. I or customary place of praver will ba ! maintained and protected according to I sir George E. Foster announced to | James Stewart, for 30 years with the esisting customs and beliefs of tne Women's Conference that a day-;the Codville CS>.; Winnipeg, is dead those to whose faiths thev are sacred. M3ht savi"9 bill is to be introduced Guards have been placed at Bethle-; b* the government, hem and at Rachel's Tomb^-Tha tomb.i ,, The body of J. M. Crawford, who He came west-from Lirautford. After a brief furlough Lieut-Col. ______________.....__________.______....... _______________ ... James -K. Cornwall is returning" to VitiThe'oractrce o^^ France. ^ �JiiL� VrIT* T,?TS ! �W custodians of the' Wakf at the - T* tounH embedded in the ice under _ of parliament in such a way that they; gates of the Ho|jf Sepulchre na've been some bushes by the creek in Brainp will be split into two distinctly provo- requested to take up their accustomed jtcm- cativa groups, facing each other in! duties, in remembrance of tho mag-1 - � ! Harry T. Millie, a Graud constant preparedness for conflict. The Toronto Star treat? the proposal seriously and observes that as the need of the time is for the abatement of partisan conflict, rather tWhn the encouragement of it, there is good reason for dispensing with usage so that there will not be in the House two parties set agala*t'v�aeli .other lik-: drilled forces. The Ottawa Journal, �S�7r>,0ii0,u00 has already' been expended for munitions in plants :u Canada. > . 0 . Manitoba iegisJature gives ther.-city of Winnipeg the}right to license' con- nanimous act of the Caliph Omar, who ! H,arr>" '� Willie, a Graud 'Trunk protected that church ' brakesaan, tell 011 the ice while coupl- The other proclamation was issued 1 inS cars at Kingscourt Junction, hav-. .. _ , , . _ ,. Ing his thigh crushed., ami died of his .trol or prohibit the jitneys, by the Germans on tne occasion ot the, jnjurj, " j * " _ " occupation of Udine. an Italian city i _ j R0bt. Nelson, a former Medicine Hat and read as follows: Hiss Madeline E. Adam. 17 yeer old j alderman is dead. He was a C. P. R. Proclamation issued bv the head-' daughter of Graeme E. Adam, man-, conductor for m&riy^yeara. ;s quarters of the German .Military gov- �*er of the Toronto branch of the B nk : , ernment at Udine to the inhabitants!ot Montreal was killed in m motor; The Chicago ypcant Lot Associa-of conquered Italy: j accident.  ' j Uot. hopes to see a quarter of & mil- - (Hon food producing gardens in the i'Wmdy City tMs (From Our Own Correspondent) Noblcford, March 8.-Notices have been put up in the post office , bank and stores here, calling a meeting of the electors to nominate councillors for the village of Nobleford. Thus after many months of waiting.we have received our paper? of incorporation as a village and take the place In Southern Alberta which rightly belongs to us. As a village we shall bo able to ; do much bolter than what wo did uuorganized territory. The full notice is as follows. Village, of Nobleford. Public notice is horeby given that a meeting of the electors of the village of Nobleford will be held lit the Knight of Pythias hall on the lSthday of March 1918 from 8 6'clock p.m. until 10 o'clock p.m. of the said day for tho purpose of nominating candidates for councillors for tho said village of Nobleford for the ensuing year. Dated under my hand at Nobleford this 4th day of March, 1018, E. C. Cranstoun, returning officer. The nmourit of the collection taken at (ho formal opening of the new school amounted to $30. The expenses were $7.75 leaving a balance ot $22.25 which has been banked as the foundation of an instrument fund. F. W. Green, who has been spending the winter iu the east returned here this week.  Mrs. Harris, went to Wdmouton on Tuesday to attend tho conference of the Women's Institute. Mr. Stenhouse of the Lethhridge branch of the Merchants Bank paid a rislt here on Thursday. A big dance was held. in the K.P. hall last night a good company being present. Light refreshments -were served at midnight. R. Tackaberry who haij been drilling a well on his house lot has struck a very good vein of water. AH preparations are now made for the opening of the new church and giv-; en fine weather a big company is ax-: pec-ted. j Red Cross j -The Red Cross met, at the home of j Mrs. Buchanan on Wednesday after-| noon and completed a good amount ot. j aewiug. A box containing the follow-j ing articles was shipped to Calgary thi3 week. Nobleford, IS bed socks, 1, day shirt, ! 10 anil slings, 2 pr. bed socks, 1 hot 1 water hottle cover, 1 knitted washrag, I 0 suits pyj. Total 39. j White Lake, 7 opr. socks, I nurses ! apron, 16 nurses sleeves, 12 P. P. bags, j 1 day shirt, 12 lidkfs. Total 49. I Mrs. Burns, 16 towels, 80 pillowslips. 10 nbd. binders. Total 10f>. The ladles will meat no.xl-,wook at. 2:110 p.m. Wednesday, In the room provided for thorn in tho church. All ladies Interested in Kert Cross work ara invited. Noble Public School February Report Grade VIII.-;Ralph Vnnder Wondo 78.5, Clare Sera*tch 77.9, Henry Hofinau 73, Edward Hotraan Sti.5, Lorleiie JJeii- oit r>:u. Grade VI.-Eric Cranstoun 80, Adrl-iui� Vandur Wondo, Peter Hotmail fift'.'.l, Shirley Noblo �7.f>, Coi-icnc Bonoit 02, Wilbur Kuiike fil.J, Claudo Hunt iiG.S � Grade V.-Gorald Noble 55.3, Minnie Withago f>3.4, Mnry .Wolght 44,r.. Herman Vamlcr Wonde, not classified. Percontngo of attendance 04.2. Teacher, 13. M. Fyke. Grade ill.-Dorothy Bnohiuvan 79- j Senior Grade 11.-Anthony Vnnder ! Wende (16, Julia Benoit 65, John Borg- i strom 64, Raymond Hunt Cii. i Junior Grade II.-Jean Buchanan 82, Herbert Bergstrom 66. Grade I.-Johanna Geldorloos 82, Lillian Hunt 79, Donald..Buchanan 72. Percentage of attendance for February 87.72. Teacher, Miss M. Macintosh. j (From Our Own Correspondent) I Cardstoo, March 6.-Our Red Cross workers have settled down to a steudy gait which gathers results. The latest move of distributing tho load works far better than tho old plan of going continuously to the same parties and those that are easiest to reach. Tho load, whon more evenly distributed, achieves better results, and is far lighter to carry. A good shipment of sewing was j made on February 28th consisting of 1 dressing gowns 22, day shirts 4, py-Jama sails 8, pairs of socks 23, flannel binders 80, cotton binders 10, M T i bandages 20,' fomentation wringers 13, nurses aprons 7, operating stockings C pair, bed socks 5 pair, shaped slings ; 50, P. P. bags (JO, pillow cases 20, towels 7; B. P. covers 40, housewives 14. The ladies expect to make two good shipments of sewing to headquarters at Calgary every month. Two new Singer sowing machines have been purchased to add to those loaned and borrowed, so the sewing room will be well equipped for future work. The canvas for new. members, which commenced Feb. '(', hits-been successful. TheWeather has been rather strenuous for country canvassing, but the number of new names turned in is 430: This number Is very equally divided between the ladieB' committee and tho men's committee. The latter j started off with much impetus but j have somewhat slackened up of late, thus tho enrollment stands 216 members acquired by the men and 214 by the women. As tho ladies started their I canvas for members .soma time nftur . the men, ft will bo seed that the ladies' ; committee has been overhauling the I men very fast and will pass thoui in I the next twenty-four hours, then the Like the Country and Are Taking Up Land-Go- Ahead With School (From Our Own Correspondent) , Burdott, March 8.-Mr, Hardl* of Calgary lins.^rrived in town to super vise tlio drilling, operations for the Canadian Western Natural Gas Company. 10. Jubb our local town marshnll wap taken to Taber hospital on Monday last suffering with pneumonia. ' Ail Fletcher had the misfortune to break several bones iu his hand the other day while cranking a gasoline engine. / Bruce Clark was n week-end visitor down oast. Mr. Forsyth of Scotland later of Calgary has been engaged as principal of the consolidated school. Miss Hen-nessy has also been engaged as Inter mediate teacher. Manager Holmes of Burdett garage is on the sick list this week with an attack of la grippe. Bill Perry returned on Saturday las', from the Medicino Hat hospital where ho has been undergoing an operation. Ole Quereon returned from Minnesota and the Dakotas this weelt and Ole says ho knows a. good tiling when ho sees one and intends to stay right here In future. The ladies of the Red Cross served supper at the dance given by Maurice Rj'fig on Friday last tyhich netted the society tho sum of $50. During tho laat two or three weeks some twelve or fourteen farmers have shipped in hero with good farming outfits in quest of land to rent, the most of these farmers came from Saskatchewan. Mike Brophy has severed his connection with the Pioneer Lumber Co. and will in future conduct the Grocery business in Bow Island which he has purchased from his brother Frank. Tho consolidated school board are advertising for tenders for the new-school and the work will commence as soon as the weather permits. men will have to do considerable to catch up again. The. Red Cross committee is working upon other methods of raising money which are expected to achieve good results without too much outlay of effort and capital. It Ib very worthy of note that the school children arc taking fioid of tho Red Cross .work with the best of spirit, and when they get thoroughly into their stride they will mako many of the older onef (urn round and gazo and .wonder who is arriving or chasing them up. The enthusiasm ot youth and the experience of age, when properly combined, seem to accomplish (he most in (he long run. A houae-to-house search will be made t .for all concealed .arms, weapons and ; m ^supporting 'tip^aKgejrttoa :�� made : ammunition:" "'T- ,' ; by'the Ottawa^Citizen, saj^s: ' . All victuals remaining in the hottse :' '-'The time'tor'at-Ieasc experimenting ! must be delivered, up. ."with the new plan ispartlculariy op- \ r^^0^iZCn must oboy our labor portuue: Hartley Dewart^iberal ;MI.P.P.. was ,,!i, the fields "avei-y da"y Sundays m-l sal as a result of their activities in- the only member��4aOppose the exten-; j eluded, "owi 4 a:rn? to 8 p.'m^ j the -young People's Socialist J stori ot the life of the Ontario legisla- ture iJhtil after the war. . the construction of the temporary . chamber, which lends. itself to the mi-circular a eat tog arrangement like that at Washington; (3) because the Interior of the new parliament buildings has not yet been completed, and could be constructed to suit the latter (1) Lazy workmen will be aceom-1 Benjamin Cheney, formerly one of | Since he has been selected to the panied to their work and watched by j Boston's leading men, has filed a''house of commons, John A. Campbell, Germans." ' " ' " ''. '"-'*r | schedule in bankruptcy. He claims of The Pas. will resign as commis- After the harvest, they will be Im-1 assets of $1,750,000 and debts of half 1 sioner for Northern Manitoba, prisoned for 6 months,, and every third j a million less, day will be given nothing but bread I - and water. . 1 Sir John Eaton has contributed (2) Lazv women will be obliged to $10,000 and Mrs. Timothy. Katon and 1 B. Sinclair; Laurierite, by, four votes, work, and'after the'harvest receive 6 Major W. IS. Eaton' $2,000 towards , has started proceedings for a recount. plan of seating should it be found sat- j montha' imprisonment clearing off the debt on St. James" lafactory." (3) Lazy lehildreir will fee -punished ', Methodist church at Montreal. It is said that-in Australia the old I �y begins- The corr.amndant Serves! ' - - " the right to punish lazy workmen ' Capt. D. A. Barber, formerly of thBJ With 20 lashes daily. '��" j Sportsman's battalion, Edmonton, died ,-willand remove two ot the executors There is no need for commerit. Ger- i at Duluth. Before the war he was/| man character is indicated by its proc- v^!"L^a.rlaf eJ.-_�i. the Northern Umatlon and Britajn catt; be judged by the proclajaattoa ^of General Allen-bjr- ' A soldier looking for trouble invLon-don can find it we arc told. Trouble is never far away anywhere. Brower may find a bed in a cell furnishes as comfortable sleeping r.s a drawing room-sometimes. "Eat fish, they do not require to "be fed," is a slogan started by Hon. N. VV. Rowell. It's a good one, too. plan of dividing the-members In the j Th 2'0 lashes daily House to the right and the left in 11 - #ort of battle array has been largely dispensed with, but even if such were not the case, and erven if we had to take the desperately bold course of 11cting "on our own" hi this matter, the Toronto Star favors it. One effect of it the Star thinks ought to ba, that, In the mind of each man present, the first thought would always be that he Is a member of parliament, instead cf his first thought being that he io lined up in position, like a football ; tplayer, and the whole game is to da-' ieut the opposing team. ; i If the idea was carried out we might Shave Sir Robert Borden and Sir Wil-, frid Laurier sitting side by side. Hon. 1 Frank Oliver and Hon. Arthur Sifton �' With their arms around each other's 1 necks. Dr. Michael Clark, the free-| trader and-Sir Thomas White, the pro-j tectioaist, fondling-*ach other as th�y , �at side by side and Horatio C. Hock-; �n, the Orange leader, fondly patting �; Armand Lavergne on the shoulder. If  it severed bitter annlroosities it might 'be worth while but if it had tho ten-1 dency to curb helpful and frank critic-Jem it would be all wrong. Govern- r merits and parliaments are aided by ; criticism and criticism isn't inspired  itoy too much hob-nobbing. A leading citizen of Montreal, com-j mending the idea of arranging the seat-i tog accommodation more in semi-clr-ijculax order, sends to The Ottawa Citi-! 'zen the following quotation \r->\n Bo-.-d ,^Winchester's "Sw')s.5 Republic:" Alex. Martin, government candidate defeated in Queen's. P. E. I., by John A son and daughter of the late Robprt- Davies, Toronto, who left $1)500,00.0, ares.suing-to set aside the The commissioners will have to heed the women now. Equal franchise' Transportation Company. New York City has purchased a cargo of 440,000 pounds of Newfoundland herring and Is selling It'pa the public marts at 10c a pound-less than half the present retail price. John Lewis, whose thres brother* are fighting with the British, shot his German stepfather, whose sons j are in the Hun army* for abusing his mother. .They live in Philadelphia. Expelled from the Musicians' Union for his refusal to stand when the "Star Spangled Banner" was played, a San Francisco musician drew a gun and wounded three bystanders. Wm. Tordlff, a Darlington, Ont.. far- rights make them mighty � important � mer well to do, was found guilty of municipally now i sotting fire to three ot'his own dvvall- , _ lings in the little hamlet of Enuiskil- . ..TTirT" , ! len and sentenced to seven years in Wc road that With d=y electric PDw-j(lle penitentiary  er Raymond women will utilize electric.! _ power on wash days. Raymond is"cer-j Maniord "Weatherston, or Sweet's Uinly not a slow town. \ ��rn,eT' sold aJi�5 whic.h _ 600 lbs. and realised on hlra $100.6o. . , , , . . , The correspondent of the Haldimand A Kitchener alderman keeps his piEs A(ivocate asks: Who can beat this for In the cellar. Is that an excuse for a : one hog? f filthy cellar or a real patriotic desire to help out food production? - ' William Menard, who runs a hbtoj at Stoney Point, near, Windsor, wan '---- - i fined $200 because "patent medicine" A Chatham hen is Credited with was found in the hotel premises laying two eggs almost daily and on Sunday, three in. six hou% That hen certainly' Has no respect for Sabbath observance, t. which contained more than \) per cent, of alcohol. ' Re.-organtotion of the U.S. war council was anfrounced by the war depart-, nient with Major General March, act-i lug chief of staff, In the place formerly j filled by Gen, Bliss, and with Major General Goethals acting quartermas- i Toronto i.s going to raise hogs which � One In visiting tho chambtjr.-i of-the! will establish Hamilton's ancient claim llfPhe members are not seated with r;{; 1 doesn't need to go into hog raising,-.lo , surveyor ot purchases, added to. the Tfrences to their political affillation.s. ' il� t!lle to the name. ; personnel, ijthera /yibuBterJng, vexatious folate ot'miiit/ a ar0 soum, proposali,. The ; ator Coileau, who was condemned: to $200. There is enoughTarbage from otatho?e^ government mi,ht as wt., j While Rev. Benj. L. Smith, of Moberley. Mo., was shaving, his wife stole up behind him and cut his throat. , Mr. W T McDonald, Livestock Commissioner of British Columbia, estimates that his Province will produce 7D,imi> hogs this -year, or practically twicij a� many as in 1917. Mr. J, A. Hughes, proprietor, Queen's Hotel, Kingston, has had a profitable and interesting experience In connection, with the keeping of pigs The Queen's Hotel serves from* 150' to I7f\ meals ner day. Last November Mr. Hughes bought four pigs, all of tbemvunder two months of age at $4 each. has fed (.hem on the garbage from the hotel, supplemented by a small amount of grain which has cost him not more' than $8. This brings the total cost of the four pigs and feed to PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Av�. and 3th Street 8. Rev. Capt. A. H. Oenoon. Castor Rsv. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. Regular uervlces at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. llev. W. G. Wilson will preach morning and evening. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 2.30 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. - 1.00 p.m.: Other Departmouts of Sun- . day School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. Music: Anthem "Fear Not O Israel," (Splcker); Quartette, "Christian, the Morn," (Shelley); Anthem, "Hear My Prayer." (Kopyloff); Anthem, "He That Dwelletu in the Secret Place," (Booth); Solo, "Trust Ye in the Lord," (Scott), Miss Alice Simm- THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. Hodginc, B.A., Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone-1659 10, a.m.: Class Meeting for boys and girls. t The pastor will preach at both services, * 2.00 p.m.: Beginner's and Primary Depts. of the Sunday School." 3.15 p.m.: Other Depts. of tho Sunday School. Evening Topic: "The Valuation"*of a Man." Sormon to young men. METHODIST I Wesley Church . Rev, Chaa. E. Cragg, B. D., Pastor. Residence 320 11th St. S. Phones: Parsonage 404, Church Study 408 Claude Hughes. Musical Director ANNIVERSARY SERVICES 11 a.m.: Capt Robert Pearson will preach. 12 noon: Open session of'the Bible School addressotl by Capt. Pearson. 7.15: Song service. 7.80: Evening: service. Capt. Rev. Robert Pearson, M.L.A., will protteh both -morning and evening. Special music as follows,; MornliiR, anthem, "A Psalm of Life," (Kinross); anthem, "Rpck .of Ages," (Tozer); Evening anthem, "A Day .in Thy Courts," (Macfarren); solo, selected, by Mrs. C. Hughes; anthem, "Comrades Song of Hope," (Adam); , solo, "Arm, Arm, Ye Bravo," (Handel), Mr. H." G. Kil-ner; Lord's Prayer, chanted. ("Vogti Vesper, "Lord Keep Us Safe This Night," (Beethoven). CHRIST ADELPHIANS BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. t. Rev. C. Baker, P.v.tor . Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. A.M. Subject. "The Determining Point of the Status of Jesus at Christ." Sueond series on Vital Religion versus Crccdal Religion. P.M. Subject, "The God for the New World After .the War; or Mr. Wells' God and Paul's." Bible Schoor at'12 a.m. Prayer Meetli.g at 7 downstairs Thfe pastor will prer,eh at both s�r vices.' All Welcome Christian Church ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Car. Itth Street and 8th Ave. 8outh, Rev. Canon W. V. McMillan, B.A., Rector Matlna-11 a. m. Sunday School Bible Classes, 3>. � EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-lft and 3rd Sundays at 8,00; and aaM.4th Suudoys at 11 a.m. , Baptism-4th Sundays at 4 p.m. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12 Stafford Block, Fifth 8t. S. Sunday, 7.30 p.m., Bible Study. Wednesdsy, 8 p.m. Bible Study, on "The Atonement Between God and Man," followed by prayer and testimony meeting. Alt welcome No collection Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlglnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: S p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 10 a.m. to commemorate the Lord's Death, and at 7.30 p.m. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. S'ubject: "The Kingdom of God; Where, When. Signs 'That It Is Near." All Seats Free rJo Collection CHRISTIAN SCIENCE the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at II a.m. Subject: /Man.". Sunday School convenes after morning service.""' "�  . '. Wednesday evening, Testimony moat. ing at 8 p.m. " , The reading.fodni fn �pen dail/ except Sundays and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, tho Bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. The public is cordially Invited to attend the church services, " also to visit tho reading room. Car. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S, Oliver Li Curtis, Pastor Connaunnt Mansions Bible School at 10.30. if you wero ;.o( present last Sunday you missed � good thing-. Preaching at 11.HO: Subject, J,tetli argy or Treachery, Which?" Evening Service, C. E. at 6.45. Donald Whfttaker, leader. Preaching at .7.30: Subject. "The Pouting'Son.".................... If you are not present'wo Will think you- ar� i�t- home pouting. Better come. SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mrs. Hamilton, officers In charge. Sunday. 11 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m.. Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Homo Leagte. 8 p.m.:"Life Saving Scouts and Guards Tho Citadel Bant! In attendances, Sunday and Thursday Services. Everybody Welcome PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY ' ' S. O. E. Hall, next Y. M. C. A. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor Res. 357 16th St. N. Sunday, 11 a.m. ami 7.';iu p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, s run. Prayer Service, 1514 3rd Ave. N urday, 8 p.m. Snk 67 34?49056?1 ;