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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^li^prtbije t^etalb XabbriOi;. Blbcrta OAltV Afb Wt�KLY ^>,(rH�t�THBR�Oat.MlRALO PRINT. INQ COMPANY, LIMITED; , ?(;/"'r�.C(ub In {Jrantforddlatrl. The^ output of cavlridkos reached a -across total of Sg-1918.'., itwrnVto^PrSsldisnt, ^licm ^n|tlh;dj^l4dle Wwt.' ':n:s; ,rtPiif'�l Brai?ji>tpn-ln>,hli r^giMe^f^ught at inVermln. ii�l;'wiii':vi�W IJVill Be Held-March 18 for ? C^ncli^Rea: flags. to emphasised laEngUnd, where It isiof.those three religions for many cen-�nnounced that all Gerian prisoners'! previously held In Siberia are being nobiltzed nnd*r Prussian officers and made ready toi^ a campaign. .fiHANGINfl THE EATINa ARRANGEMENTS The Ottawa newspapers are favor- bly considering a proposal to dispense with the practice of seating members of parliament In such a way that they will be split Into two distinctly provocative groups, facing each other in conatant preparWness for conflict ,..... .. The-Toronto Star treats, the propos-1 ''^^^^o^h^r^'^rtCa ^ al seriously and observes that as the seed of the time.is tor-Uie abatement of pa{-llsan conflict,'ratker tMn the ' encouragement of it, there ia good rea- con -for dispensing with daaga so that  there wiu not be Im- the - Hoaaa two ,tVartiss',.aBtK, �giitoitflaiiimii.ethT-.llka Dr. J. Chaboti M.P.. tor Ottawa, may. be ,chosm dejiuty speaker Of tho hoiise of oommona. W^sefoh Goudlo, Ltntlted: departmental store, Kitchener, was gutted by fire. Loss 165,000; 'V Battlef ord (Sask.) ^.creamery during first nine months xuf exiftenoe made 90,000 pounds of butlncome tax will, bring In �2,427,0Qq,(WO, lo: tb� opinion of Chief Collector Edwatds. .�,-r' D. W. H^yes, for six years" I:iOndoni freight aent of Uie Q.T.R.-, goes lo Hamilton In'a similar position.^ unto you that every sacred bnllding, monument, holy spot, shrine, traditional site, eudowraent. pious bdauest, or customary place of prayer will be maintained and protected aoconilng to the existing customs and beliefs of those to whose faiths ther are"" safcred. Guards have been placed.at Bethlehem and at Rachel's Toinft^Thitomb, at Hflbron has been-plaoedi'tifeder; ex-' �elusive Moslem coatrol.\'Thft'.h.eredl-tary custodians of the'-Wakf^at the gates of the Holy Sepulchre have'been requested to take up their accustomed duties, in remembrance of the magnanimous act of the Caliph Omar, who ['drilled forces. ||^TJje" Ottawa, Jijumal, �>:> in/supporting "^li^uggeptto* vlM'-madt Atjby*tKe OtUwi^wizen, lajfer' �Tho timff>�r?^'^lea�t experimenting -I'with- tl�e new plan is particularly op->  portune: (if llfecAuse W the" very"larger �maj^rit}- .�irhich ^1^ ?)alm a^Uglance f! to the Union'ftvernment in the next I'.House, a pi�Jkiritr made up of man of ^ibothth* ojavpartle^'. (2) because  of S, the. fonstructlott of t}ie temporary |v2 et^ber^^. 'which leodsu^itselt to the \ aeml-elreolar sasting-arrangement like 'rthst.t^WMhliwtbii; (S} beeanae the Interior of. the new'parliament bulld-laga has not yet been completed, and 'could he'coBstraeted-to suit the latter sat-' The other proclamation was Issued by the Germans on the.occasion of the occupation ofUdine, an.Italian city and'read as follows: Proclamation issued by the headquarters of tlie German illUtary government at TJdIne to the inhabitants o^.onqnc^redj.It�ly: i ... , ; A houae-to-houss searcti will-be m^de and must be dellverediup . Every citizen must obey our. labor ragulaUons.. . Flood fetched fuel ond fish to the Bank of Hamilton at Paris.- - S^bka of cord wood and,.fish ttqw Into t$s basement. - /^V'.- :  Sir George E;'Foster announced to the Women's Conference that a day-llsht saving' bill It to IM intretfueed by the government. . The body of J.. Jl. Crawford, wlfo, disappeared a week or ien days,-ago I[|ra^ce..' was found embedded^In-the tee twder � � ' Chicago reetauraui owners favor - ^. 5" V -r- ' � :�->"��"  i � XS.- S.'^OXpOTts dropped ^�S6,000,000' during the; �Nt \aeven months of tho present Macgltyear. The Winnipeg prosbytery'at a meeting this weak expressed'codfldebce'In' Union government: . - >^  \' � � , Nlaganc i^pistrkt-KruilRrowersV;. Association is OppMSditD the proposed dayllgh^ s(^ylng^l(i,V'.. Bell .Telephti^a, Company has opened a newrexchaqge in Mndsay with a capacity "tdr J,�50/phonos: ' V --fy-- �:;s-~ ��� . ' 'Windsor Chief of Police says carelessness of parents, and movies account for.much ji^teDlle criihe.  -���vi'iii *- � � * � - A son of; John VVaqnamakar 'baa been placed, in charge of New York's volunteer 1)ollce reserves. The Kentucky ..Illiteracy Commls-tlon la;Lteacl)li)g .thousands of men/of draft age how to. read and'write, i : AH foreign Vteamers buying provisions In U.S. ports jwUl have to conform with U; B..food.regulatlons.; ' ... ..i . - * James Stewart.tor SOyeap with thife Codvllle;eo.;i Winnipeg, is .dead. Hevcame weaf^ from Brauttord, ,''Vv>\''-i', - �� �� �"� ' � ' ~Rnlph -Vnnder Wonde 78.B, Clare.Soritoh 77.9, Henry llbtman 73, Bdward^Hotroan 60,^, Lo^lenq fimi-oU.^.53,lj. [Vi i.,��.>'��,:,. U-.f... ' Grade'yL-Brlc ,Oruni(ouw80,; Adrlr ana Vandbr WondorrTein; Peter Hof-m�n >$Dt3,i ShirIey/iN6ble.j67.6,rQo.riQhe Cenott 1ia*tt^to a steady dajr ot March, 1918, E. C. Cra.nBtoun, ri-jigrt^jtWhieh gn'lh�B'ie4uU�. >.'rho latest turning ottlcer. . move ot.distributing the load works The nmoujH of tho collection takeh far better than the old plan of going at_ the formal opening of the now continuously to the some part,los and "/^ivf^l^fh^nl^! W^^tt are ..easiest to reacV: The ZMX*dullZllX^^l^X�t^^^ when,more evenly distributed. Z^nt u^^^^^r,!^^^i,lV ,^ ^tter results, and Is tar tlon ot an Instrument fund. . jigjit^r to Tarry P. W. Green, who has been spending 1 ^ ^^0(1^ shipment of sowing the winter In the east returned here was imado.on February 28th consisting ot Harry T. MUIle, a. Grand 'Tnihk brakeaian. fell on the Ice while cqupl-Ing cars al Klngscourf Junction, having his thigh crushed, and died- ot his injury. ^ Miss Madeline B.,Adam, IT ye^^. bid daughter, of Graeme E.-, Adam, man-, r- of the Toronto branch ot the B nk Montreal was killed in 9-.-mQtor accident. '>yy''~ .. F, .C. Clements,' formerly pt Nelsqu' .where h^ -^yas in part^ershlp,;.wlth A.' H. Green, land hurveyor, ha? J)een appointed city engl|ieer at' Prlnctf Ru-^j plan ot ieat}ng,fhfi;ald it be tonnd 'rtatM:tory.�' ' : 7�v�'^ ! It la �ald>tharinvAuatralU the old ^ptoa ol'divlding the'^membere lathe vBowe to the right and the left in a *�ort-ot'tfattIa arrartbks been largely 'ilapeaaed:,wlth\ 1^iit.^�.Ten it snch K�ra ^�qt the eaat. and'even It we.ha^ to 4i�|kt the deapatatalr bold eonne ot ^Mttag ''oa'onr.'Oirn? fa this matter, Itba Toronto Star Ikvoni It. One et-^Ceet'of It-(ho^Blu^U ought to be, Pfhat, lath* mind Dt.each man present, l%� flrsfthoufht would always be that la a member ot pa/llai&eut, inatead ' ' tini' thduihiiboiag that he--is:| up in poalUoiuriike a (ootbail and the whole game Is'to de-|r�at the opposing team. It tho idea was carried out we migiit Sir Robert Borden and Sir Wll-ld'I>aurler sitting side by side. Hon.' ^p;�tank Oliver anh Hon. Arthur Slfton i: Vith'^^elr arms around each other's 4 'jBockB.vDr. , Michael ^Clark, the fi;ee-I ;|rader ~aiJd�t^'T4�6mai%hlte. the pro-|{.''fiBetla8ist. fdndUai^cb'^bther VMriivr it side by^ side apd^ Horatio C. Hook-ion.>the Ocwfo loader, fondly patting i'Annand Lavergae on the shoulder. It it severed bitter aaniraoslties it might ^.{^�be worth whUa but It It bad tho leniency to curb helpful and frank crltlc->m It would be all wrong. Govern-. ints and parliaments are aided bjr irltlclsm.*apd criticism Isn't insplmd DlsQhBdieiiijje^wjn* tollo whig'hinnner'. � (1) 'ljKy;>^rltmen. -roiupb^' *ccOm-PPnied Jfco3%e!ir,JTOrX/a6i^tched ,by Oermans. V Atter'fPff-iaHwt.'WeyTwllrbe ,�m-.prlaaned Xor"e;!montha,.&nd::eT.ery. third day will" be given; nothing but^bread and .water. ' ,(2) ^zy work, wid menthsf JAipriaonment. . , (S) 'L-azy �hl�dr*n-vr|llthe'i�i�l8Kad by beatiiig. The comamnd�nt>'|tteijes the rlQhtL- tQ./puniah{ laxy'-^MRkiflen *rlth 20'lainsh;::Hally. ->* ' * g Thor�^i8fqiofnoed":for commw. wr* man chSiraciK is^inldioate^d b^^lts 'prijc-lamattoa Vairt'^'Brltain -cyn.^eV judged by thepwitlttnitftmiot'^Oahewn^AUen^ "h* .'"^  ' '' to heed tb9 women now. Equal franehlse-rlghte make them'; mighty^: important maal!rith6�|egislature to succeed Hon," U^fW.R'owell. Hartley'DdwnrtJ lilberal'M.P.P.. was |llie�onli*W?�i(po�* Hhe exlen-. sion'of the lite >ij thOOntWo legislature tlhtll ltfter?the';irar:'%'" Smce' he Iras been! elected to the this week.. ... , , . I dressing gowns 22, day  shirts 4, py-Mrs. Hhrrls.went to EXImontqn. on jama suits' 8,'pairs ot socks 23, flan-Tueaday to attend the conference of nel binders 80, cpttoh hinders 10,M T the Women's Institute. ' | baiidageaSO.^tomfcntaUon wringers 13, Mr. Stenhouse of the Lethbridge nurses aprons'7, Operating stockings branch of the Merchants Bank paid a 6 pair, bedsookj 6 pair, shppod slings .Ttstt'here on'Thursday. - |50, P, P. bags 60,. pillow.- cases 20, r A big dance was held.In the K.P. towels.?;.B. P. covers 40, liousewlvos hall last night a good company being 14j The,ladies expect to make t\vo present. Light refreshments Avere serv-; good shipments of seWlhg to head ed at midnight. I quarters at .Calgary every pionth. Two R. Tackaberry who has been drill- new Singer sowljig maolvlnes have ing a well on his house lot has Struck been purchafeedUo add to those loaned a very good vein of water.  > and borrowed. So tho sewing room will "AH preparations are now made for bo wojl equipped for future work. The the opening of the new church and giv- canvaifot new* members., which corn-on fine weather a big company Is ax- met\,ced Feb. I, htttf^been'successful, pected. : Tho weather has. been rather stren- � Red Crest uous tor country canvassing, but The Red Cross met at the home of the number- of new names turned Mrs. Buchanan ou Wednesday atter-: in Is 430t This number is vpry equally noo'n and completed a good amount ol, divided 1)etWeSB the: ladles' committee aewlng. A box containing the follow- and. tho. men's* committee. The latter Ing articles was shipped to Calgary, started oft with much Impetus but i have somewhat slackened up of late, tike 'ih�; Counliy wA Are Tak-Ihg U0 Iind.:^d AhcRd '�Si (From our Own qorrsapondsnt) , . B Burdott, March I.-Mr,, Hard^p of Palgaryshas^irrlved In town to supervise > the drUliBg' operatlotiB tor the Canadian Western Natural Gas Company. � . ., � . �/� . � �! �  E. Jubb.our local town marahall was taken to Taber hospital on Monday las.t suffering with pneumonia. ' Art Fletcher had the mistortuna to break several b9nos tn his hand the other . day while cranking a gasoltna engine. ./ r � , ; . ; ,.  � Bruce Clark.#B8 a week-end visitor down oast. Mr, Forsyth ot Scotland latW of Calgai-y has been engaged as i^rincipHl of the ccinsolldatod school. Miss Hen-nessy has also been engaged as Intermediate., teacher. Manager Holmes, of Burdett garage is on the sick list this week ^Ith an attack of la grippe. Bill Perry returned on Saturday last from the Medicine lint hospital where ho has been-iindorgolhg an operation. Ole Querson returned from Minnesota and the Dakotaa this week and Ole says ho knows a good thing when ho sees one and Intends to .staT right here In tuture. . , I The ladies of tbo Red Oroia served supper at the dahce given by Maurice Uygg on Friday last which netted the Boctoty tho sum ot $50^ During tho last two or three weeks some twelve or fourteen farmera have shipped in hero with good farming opt-(Ita 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-Prank. . Tho consolidated school board are advertising tor tenders (or the new scliool and the work will oooimence as soon as the weather permits. this week. Nobleford, 18 bed socks, 1, day flWrt,! thus the enrollment stands 21B mom-10 arm slings, & pr. bed socks, 1 hot hers aHe 'claims ot:The Pas, will resign as iSommls- assets ot-*l,7B0,000 and dbbts ot ^halt mllllott lesa. ' Sir John Eaton-has contributed aioner- tor -Northern- Manitoba. Alek. Mai'tin, govarnmeht'candldate defeated In Queen's, P. B,.I,.-by John �10,000-and Mrs..sTimothy,. Baton- and 1B. Sinclair,' Laurierite, bit, tcjur vot^S, Major W. r'Katon^ |2,900 towards i has started proceedings -.for a, recount clearing oft ^hg./ debt St. James' Methodist chnfth at Mbntreal:.v>> NewK-rt'ork .-City has purchtt^dv' a. cargo ot .44,0,000 pounds oL^eiggl^nnd-i land henring, an^ is selling It'jpn th� pu^ll6 marts a,t" lOo -ai- p^ut^-^less than halt tho present retail price. - John Lewis, whose three brothers a're fighting  with the .British, ehof his. German stepfather; .^vhose sons are In the -Hun ,armj^>.Ior abusing his mother, - Jhey live ;4t6t)! At.busiueis:' The membem ar^ not sated.'ft'lth ret-�rencea t.bl�K�ii'Sa8s never \kf 'e^5iigrfpwv�,to;M^^ a written f^' t^m^^Mm Pawlbmi^ely de-�^}vp?grB,Hi)iknoiifp, Ther^ are none iwVA^ AbfO>�tran6ou% aqd�JH>llQiUng con- . Ecpelled-; troin .* the ' Miistciana', Union for his refusal .to stand,' �^heli th'a./^Star'-',' Spangled^ '�^Banner'?' .>wi�; played, a Saa^ r:FranoUc6 ;]nitvii�iia draw a; 'gun aad wounded threpjhvv 'standers." . .��-�,'-/.>^.,- �'^''y-^'- yl\ Wm? Tordltt, a Darlliigt6p.,'0ht::. farmer'wen;.to do", wa's' found' gulIty!-"of. �otttiifg.flrevl�> thte�^ dtvhia^dwii^Mw^^^^ lags,"In-the'?Utile hamlet of Endlskil-f len' and' :aenteOcad to' aeVeh' y^are la ihe''pehltentlary.s':l'^ .^'^-^ l:''V:-r;"^^^ :� Manfoird'-WeiaiierstA^^^^ Carriers, "sold a^Jiog- whl^h -weighed 600^1bs:'^8nd'reall|M'''On'him llOtf;^. The qorresRoi^dsiit qt' theJHi^dlmsind Advocate ask*'- ;Whd can beat tbis'jbr ohe;:'(:bdmas Harrison, .91/'-,who had: vbrhed 61 years for.the naval, department. - , ", During .the �tockyardKt. probe at ItChicago,:.' it .was state^, that between 7,000' and 10,000 employees of tlie ;Armour ..Co. were., on, the tqmpany'a 'penllon roll. : r.  � � � �^^'t'^'.'s^^" price for the WIO c'rqp, are sound proposals. The Domlpl9n ||Overnment might jjs.woll toe jji^rli how " ^ ' Knox Church Cornep 4th Ave. aind 8lh Street S.^ ,-^Rev. Capt A. H, Oenoon, Pastei>, .Hay. W. F. Burns, Acting Paator. Regular oervicea at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.fc.' Rev, W, O. Wilson will preach morning and evening; iO a.m.: iioya. Department. It.30,a^ro. Big r;istersr Bible Class.. 2.30 p:mi: Big Brothers' Bible Class.- / t.OO p.m.: Other Oepartmontu'of tiun- .day School ' 4; p.m.: Chinese Class. Music: Anthem "Fear Not O" Israel," , (Spicker); , Quartette. "Christian; the Morn.'V tShelley); Anthem, :VHear My Prayer,". (Kopylotf); Anthem, "Hc -That Dwelletu In the Secret Place," . j X'.m'an who:ekcaped irom'.'isjBlglum "**Mrporii,8 to the:^6lfIan.Kayei^ Drz-fle Net�,.a ppmlnen ociiUsdhvaa'.Wl 'hyjtia/t few 'days ago. �*lyher^l atov 'Oalleav. �y^'i^W dfifeth recently, ' ' " Dr. Wraneols o,\ecutotl,',by. the , Mr... J^ A. Hughwlr-: .pr.oprletpr. Queen's Hotol, Kingston; ihaah�,il-:a profitable and .Interestlpf expvrience In.connection- with thle has fed, them on the garbage from the hotel, "suppl^iaeated' by^ a jimall amount ot gr)||B'Whleb-bas:po�t him not: mora than 18, Thia bring* total cost ot the four piM and f��d to $24. .Xhe'otUer day he irtliuM'UW''*>r them. By kHeplng'them Ihtother^BJontll. 'itteiT thhV they 'wUI'V' '�S0�"T}iore 'is ehot^ I^HE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE 'K- Rav.'E. J. Hodgina, B.Ai, Paster : .1271 ;�th Aye. N. PHon�,i-16B9' ta.a^m,: Class Meeting i'for bdy� arid /glrli. , .The pastor will preach at both ser-' vices. N 8.00 p,ro.: Beginner's and Primary ' Depts. of the Sunday School."^;- ' / 8.1B p.m.: Other Depts. of tbo Sunday -School.  , . Evening Topic: "The >Valuation'of a Man." Sermon to young men. . Rev.Xhas. E. Qragg, p. p.,. Pastor. BeBldence 320 11th.St.S.; . - Phones: Parsonage 404r Qhurch. Study ^8 Claude Hughes, Muflc^il Director ANNIVERSARY "SERVICES 11 a.m.: Capt "Robert Pearson will . .preach, !� ��  12 noon; Open sesslqn ofvlhe Bible � .Schoor addressed by Capt. Pearson. 7.IB: Song service, . .. 7.SO: Bvenl^it'^ervlce. Capi. Rev. Robert Pear^orti-M.L.A., ^ylli preach bo"--morning and'evoningr . . / ' Spocldl music as follows,: Mornlnp; .^ntheha, "A,'P8a.lm ol,Llfe," (Kln- , rosB);- anthem, '.'R^ck ., ot,^ Ages," 'v(Tozer); .Evening anpiem, "A Day In Thy:Courts,''. (:i\lRctarren); solo; .ifSQlected,, .bxv Mrs. ,0, Hughes; an- ; them,.'.'Comrados Song of Hope," (^(Iam),;./;BOlo,, ."Arm,., Arm, Ye Bravo.^':(JJapdbl); Mr. H' O Kll nor; Lord'�.Prayer, chantcdifVogt) .yospeftr"l; / , EVENSONaT7,30 pok ;Mely Cemmupleinr^Iit and SrdnSu^-; dayg.At 8.00; Sad a4d.4th ^HUdays >t 11 a.-a. - , ,.....V /v-rl .aptlam~4th BuBdayg jat 4,p,m,, �,; Ther^?|f%?^rf '*teW- thhV they Wlll'bA'>�SOO''Ttiore W'Mvay\\ .Wednesday, 8 p.m. Blblb Study, on |;'*Tha Atonement Between Qo(l.and '� Man," followed by Prayer and t��tt' ""morty meeting.' >. 'All iweleoma No'coileotltfa' Meet In the M.epse Hall, Higlnbotham B(eek. Entrance Sth St. and Sua Aven,ue South WAdnesdayil: Kp^inri Bible Class. Sundays at lO".a.m. to commemorate the Lord's Death, and at 7.30 p.m. to proclaim ithe glad tidings of the'; ^,Kln|,'doirn of, God. Subject:; '.'The  Kingdom of ' God; ' Where; When: Signs |That it Is ../Near." ^ � . � v AH 9sata Free rio Cniicetion I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ?�'(-' = .-^y--:-,%t---:^t, js;:-'1.;^^ j'nAj J: in_., ; CHRISTIAN SCIEffCE s'oc'lETy ' ; Sunday, Servica at U a.m. , gSliJe'ct; yMan.",j . , i , ' Bundt�y tiphgol �Y0ne8 att^r the morAln/'borVtco.-^^^^ ] .'i; ,.r, . Wedneedw ;IS.Venlr^g, Tes.tIftdBy me Ing at f p^m., -.- ,, fbe retf^dlngvroonl'^n-Wpiih dall/ ox-cept!Sundays. p\A 'legal ho 11 days, tr9m 3 to B p.m. Here', the Bibl6':ana"a\iM|ior. tud CKrl8tl|fttl'^^.M. Subject, "The Determining Point .. of ,the Statue of JstMa as .Christ." , Second series on Vital Religion yer-; sua Crocdal Religion. P.M. SubjQct, "The Oodifdr the New � World After.the War;^or Mr. Wells' , Qod and Faul'e." , 6lblo Schodfat � a:m.'^ ' Prayer;Meetli.gUt:/7f,n},'vdownBtttlrB. .Thfe.'iJastW''wfll>preWh-'%t'both aer- ' All WeKpineC ; v .:-''*ft/.t'ri. - ^'-i'^'i.-'' '"'-i?;.-i'i'.y'-5'r^^   r.Ab,::...^;..-r'^>^^-^v..:.:-;:J';^.^^J^W.-" '^^CkriitiahiiChaMli::'-^'.?^' 7 Cftrl 9rd Ave. �kd Bth M*. A, '� Oliver, L., Oitrtia, P�*|^f 'ou were . ot ifrMeltl^ Vs^i Suida^-you m aped n , Jjmtbinir, ' \f\ ' rriti^hing at ;n.8,0:.: SubJect,#L?eth-. �|rSy'or Treaehtry, Whlph?" ' ; Pr^fioh^U,6|.t:;X.8Q I SuWe...... It: -yourare not present;'Wo' will thinit -yqu-' are i at-home - pouting. � Better come. .^.^ � SALVATION ARI^Y Adj.,and.Mrs. Hamlltoni.offleere in charge. ,., Sunday,! 11 a.m., 3 and'7.^0 p.m. Sunday Sohool, 8 p.m; � � Monday,. 'Jhu,r84dy,,.Saturday, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.80p;m;7 Corp Cadets. >v:edno�day, a, p.m., Homo League. ,8 p.m,;.Llfo'Snvlng Scouts and Guards 'The CJtadel.; Band ' in nttondanoes. Sundajrarid Thursday Sprvioes. r.'^' ?.�^V9rybody Weloome m tyoom;- 1*- PENTECOSTAL -PENTECOBTAU A88EMBLV *' ; B., O. E. Hall, next V, M. C. A. Rev, C, M, Neve, Patter , > Rea. 3S7 1�th St, ft. Sunday. U a.m. ana^7raO: p.m. . Tuesday and Thursday, 8 i>,m. J'raj'er, Service, 1,614 .'4rd Ave. N., Snt utday, 8 p,nt. 46979994 ;