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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH M, 1916 VITAL SmiSTICS ACT !S BEING CHAN St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright, M. A. Holy t'oinmiiiilim at S uin. j Matins-ill 11 a.III. I Evensong-At T.oU p. ni. ! Sunday School-.M 10 a.m. Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. fA. H. Denoon, Pastor, Manso li'lO KnurtU Avt-nue S, iilioin- WZ Regular Services Mon'.iii!; and ovpiiins. J Sloniiug: 'Sweet is Tliy MLMcy." iBaVnbj).  Solb'"6bliBu(o by Miss HapoU. Kvenitlg: "At Kveii ore llie Sun was � SetV" iTiiriierl. Big Sisters Class r( 12..'>0 p.iu. Big Brothers' anil Boys' Opparlmenl � of the Sunday school at - p.m.; Olhsr ilcpcrtint'tils ai :i. I'hlu'sc Class al I p.m. ' St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicol, M. A., j at 11 a.m. Regular Survices morninir and even-; Baptism-Hh Sundays at inc. --^__ Sunday School at 2 and 3:15 p.m Hardlevllle at 3.30. I More Strict Control of Marriage I Ceremony-Change in Hirth La\v.s I Kclmoiilmi. Maroli lu. -The new ; \ ilal stalislies act, whleli Is to lie in-�trodiueil this session of tile leiilcla-'lure. iiioliides ainoiii: other IlilnRs a METHODIST Wesley Church Hev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11tb St. S. Phone 404 Anniversary Services-Rev. S. W. Fallis, Calgary. \ SPECIAl., MITSK': "My leather, for Anotiier NlKht." (Daitbni. Sclo: Jliss K. Feniier. "O Ejes That Are Weary," l Bracket!). "Remember Me. b Mighty One." iKinkell. "O Sing unto the Lord with ThankR-giving," (Rickman). "Sunset and Ev St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11tn Street and 8th Ave. South.' Kartial solution of the war baby prob-Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B.A.. 'em, pro\ided tile father is not killed Rector xt ''le Iroul. .\t ine.^ent llip provlnro Matins. 11 a.m. Sunday School and's under t!ii> old Knglisli law. which Bible Classes 3 p.m. makes a child illejiitimate even it' K\'i;.\St),\'(; T.;'.u pm, i 'nira an hour bctore uiaivia.^e. The Holy Communion-1st and l-'nd Sun i uew statute makes a child legitimate days at .v.,'lii; I'nd and llii Sundays*soon as its parents married, .c\en if tin- marriage lakes place lon.c 1 p.m. � 'after tdrtli. It would be possible to i lesali/e a child's birlli when tlie iS(ddier lather sets liack from the war, but pro.\ies are not admitteil In law, ^- so tlu> leRali/aliiui of the child must St. iVIaiy's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C, "�',^....?.�'"T.""J�" .~ Sunday !.,,.ait" the" actual uiairlHSc ci-ieuioii.v. ~ " In tile statute new and more strict regulations of reuistration of Idrtlis, deallKs and mariiases are Introduced. Another chanse whicli is required is a more strict control over clerRy- moriiiu!; at S a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st ;uid Urd Sundays of the month at 11 a.m.. and on all lllRh Festivals. Matins on the Jnd and ItU Sundav at Jl a.m. Sunday ut e u . I . I 1. . ,., /Uieii prrforuiiiip iiiarriaue ceremonies, "^wn ^'v^n'' """"'imler the old a...l auv c?eroym,, f,om .. p.m. Kvensons at ...iU. ^anywhere could perform the ccre- BAPTIST mcny. This has led to abuses by j drunken and discredited clersymeii, and by men inipersonatini; dersyuien. .\ow clerKynieu will he compelled to register with the department of vital .statistics their certitlcate of ordina- First Baptist Church Rev. D. Ross, Pastor enitg Star," (Bridge). "A Psalm of i 11 a.m. and 7.,'50 p.m.: Coutinuaiion of Itiou l)efore tliey will be pertulttert to Ijife," (KicTOSSI. Lord's Prayer. I Special Seniees. : (Turle in F.>. Seven-Fold Amen. ' Noon: Bible School. liStainer). "Lord Keep XTs Safe This j Night. (Steane). Claude Hughes, . Choiriiiaster. All Seats Free and a Hearty Welcome PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church I Sr.VUAY-11 a.m.. remembering the; of all in each ......... Lord's death. Kvenini;, 7.;:0. Oos.' authorized to perform the marriage ceremony. Prayer and Tlie "Westminster Church Rev. J. B, Francis, Pastor 30 a. ui.: Children's Meeting. j j,p) meeting 11 a, ni.-. Children's Topic, "Beckon-: TUESDAY-s' p m Ing the Dead." Sermon, "The Gospel Word " A" m'�"Cnfl, 1 TflrRSDAV-.S p.m. special waiting 2.40 p. m.: Sunday School ,po, Ood tor the Baptism of the 4 p. m.: Jlen's Own. Speaker. Lt.-Col. i H,iy OhofeU ^PT:^"''"^- "^'^y A UKAUTY WELCOME TO XU. Should Enlist. 'i  . ' . 7.:!n p. m.: Topic, "The Worth of a ' ' Soul." : BELIEVERS perform a wedding ceremony. ("Ivil servants with lowers to unite in matrimony must register their appointments. Up to the Churches The executive bodies of all religious denomiuations will be reiiuireu lo send annually to the ilepartinent the lists bodv wlio are CHRISTADELPHL4NS j Burgman's HalV 418 13th St. North. : Believers assemble on the Levd's - i Hay for the Breaking of Bread at Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham i H a.m. Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd | Sunday School at 3 ji.m. Avenue South i Gospel Preaching at 7.;!ii p.m. Wednesdays-at S p.m. Riljie Class ; Bible Reading Wednesday. 7.45 p.m Sunday-Al p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.:io p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of (lod. Subject: "The Destruction of the Vail That i& Spread Over all nations." Al.h SEATS FREE. NO COLLECTION .\uother matter of considerable interest is that while under liie uew act for the registration of changes iii names tlie fees amount to some $-'> or more dollars, yet under the vital statistics statutes parents can change the name of a child for a fee of 7."i cents. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ .Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a,m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony me^t-j ing at S i>.n:. ' RE^UJI.NO ROOM OPEN TO E'/EIIY-ONE D.A.1LY PRO.M ?. to .�; nm. LATTER DAY SAINTS i REASURY Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St 8. Sunday a.m. j njmonton. .March IP.-Duriug his Sacrament Meeting-i p.m. (budget speech on Thursdav Hon. C. Primary .�\ssoc.ation-&alur.lay .1 p.m. I,:. .Mitchell, provincial treasurer, in- 4 Relief Society-Tuesday p.m. Visitors .-ilwa'ys Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 CHRISTIAN Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. South Sunday School, 10.30, followed by Communion service. NO SERVICE IN EVENING formed tiie house that lie anticipated !a surplus of $7'-'.iiur, at the end of the ensiling fiscal year after providing for all e.xpendiiures tiiat might be incurred in connection witli the carrying on of the work of the province. He emphasized the fact that .Miierta must depend for her wealth upon her farms, her mines, her timber resoiir-ces now being developed, and in time her oil lields; and he pointed out that the total value of agricultur.-U products for l',ll."i amounted to $lll' fi22,(i50, an increase or s;!2.4S,"i.7iin over l!iU. and that live stock" in the proviuco during 191,1 was valued at YOUR FRECKLES i Need Attention in March or Face May I Stay Covered ER THERCHARGES SALVATION ARMY. (Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St, Sunday-11 a.m.. Holiness .Mfeting; ;! p.m. Praise .Meeting and 7.yu Salvation .Meeting. Week Nights-Monday, ,S p.m.. Pub. lie .Meeting, led by Sisters. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in atlenda'nce. Saturday, S p.m., free and easy meeting. -- ------- -� j?l III.1)2.1,1)00, an increase of $l!ili,i;tiri. $2 000 eachfor J.H. and Clarence, the i ^^^^^ Predorr.inate other two brothers. As the evidence � n the other cases IS somewhat smila,,^ emphasized that the revenue-pro-to that presented m the trial J'lst ; j,^.,, 3^^,^ ^1,^ closed, the other charges it is un-; ^, j,.^.,,,,s,(iS5.r;i, were greater derstood are not likely to be pressed..,,,^,, ,,j. ^g,.,, (m-.. 14i>:!..'),S: so that, including deferred as-isets, tliere was a' surplus of assets over liability' of Sll7.L'iiS,442.4i;. Toronto, March 10.-Gordon and U. S. McCutcheon were this afternoon by the.crlminal assizes jury, declared iir-nocent of the charges of conspiring to defraud purchasers of lots, and of misrepresentjittion to syndicate purchasers otjiUiUB paid for property subdivided, wertf.releaaed on reduced bail, to appear next Tuesday at 2 o'clock, should''tite att'oniey-geueral instruct , the crowu counsel, -N'. F. Davidson. Iv. C, to proceed with other indictments, charging theft-and using false docu-luenls. Bail, of J5000 each was accepted for viJi^vift;: s; and Gordon I)., and i .Now is the time to lake special care ; of Ihe comple.xion it you v/isli it to I look well tor the rest of the year. The I.March winds have a strong tenden?y I to bring out freckles that may stay all Summer unless removed. Now is the lime to use othine-double strength. This prescription for ilie removal of I freckles was written by a prominent 'physician and is usually so successful I that it is sold by druggists under i guarantee to refund the money if it I fails. Get an ounce of othine-double strength, and even a few applications should show a wonderful improvement, some of Ihe' smaller freckles even vanishing entirely. WINNIPEG TRIES OUT THE REGISTRATION SCHEME Winnipeg, .March !).-After the llrst day's operation of the Derby registration scheme in Winnipeg it is esti The public debt at fJec. :;i last was $-'i;.7:;:;.!7S.7!i, and the total interest mated that the names of from :1000 to i �"""f", '31" 'nc udin.g the pro-5000 eligible single men and widow- �f *-'f"' CLOSE OF IMPORTANT SESSION OF MANITOBA LEGISLATURE \Vinnipe.l!;, .March 0.-. With proroga-lion slated for lomorrow, the le.^lsla-lure today completed its legislative duth'b hv giving the third reading lo twelve minor hills. .Among tliem was the measure dealing witli the addetl territory, and tlic house divided on tlieni. .Mhert Prelonlaine. leader of the opiiositlon, maintained that the government had acted unconstitutionally in not issuing writs for ihe elections In Grand lUiiiids and Churchill and .Nelson, and the opixlslltoii voted against the bills I'oiisolidatlng the two constiliieiicIeK and providing lor tlieir reiireseiilatlon hy u single in mber. On the motion of tlio Hon. T. C .Vorris, premier, llie Iiouhc adopted a resolution urging llio Uomluion gov. eriimonl lo hurry the couKtructiou of the Hudson's Bay Hallway. .i'jXccpiV'f'iii^l values ill I'aixM'.A .Moiildiii*^,-!"! and l-iurlnY^- Bring the sizSf of your rootus and we will glvNe you the bdsl eBtimates poKsibl\e. ROBERITSON^S BOOK S\TORE :.EXT LETHBRIDG^E HOTEL. PHONE 121535 '.S.VrK AH USL'AI. Ill uU i��l�'iit Ihij I Vcnl Tni-.Mtuto. s:i) Thlrtnotifth �.v8., W., 'alsar.v. i::ii:i tho action ;(i>f tho N'�nl rhrt-ti-Dav Tro�t-tic;;t chnfnffua ae�lr� .ravins" Into e loattilnir ('"'. liquor. If  fallH tn rculoro .v'our notf'"'''' "Ppelltri "�V fluid, r.b!lli.v til Nloop M.-nt/il imd iihynlpii! � no' iiiciKp w!!l bo THRdf. I IM,Y XKAI, l.NS'l'M'irrF. i"::(iV!.v,"iCN and normnl [nrtltlnns, mi i.\ pn-\iuiH Photo shows a scene in Uie Hue residoutial district of Nieiiport, where i ita,ioriainutrleU" who V"''. 20 yoars the, German shells have devastated all the llmi old reslden;'es. There are ""^^^^^^^^ Uie lliiiior many scenes such as this in the beautiful city, which has been open I''l," ,, V � ;Vo; o"^^d^^^^^^^ liffter a brief many attacks. , , I'lliic.^s '"""""' "� ASK yOUR GROCKR-IN 2, 5, 10 AND 20 POUISD TINS. NON-COMBATANTS KILLED hoiuloii. Mar 10.-The number of non-comhalanls liillod by Great Britain's eiiemlOH slnco tho ijeginiiing of the war aggregate:, y,15,'i Premier Ah-quilli writes in reply lo u retiucBl for information hy .Major Hunter. Iforty-nine men, nil women, and .'19 children were killed in coast bombarilmetils, Ml men VJ^ women and 57 children wore killed In air raids. Approximately 2,750 iioii-combalanlB lost their lives on board iirlllsli .moj'chanl and fishing vessels between August 4, 11)14 and .March 8, l!lli;, hut tU* tlctiOied llgures are not available. Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Frai(cisco, 19|f 5 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 19^5 DRINK BAKER'S COCOAS For its Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality and its High Food Value. ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS SOLD IN CANADA.// ARE MADE IN CANADA WALTER BAKER & CO LIMITFiiP EaUbUthed 1780 MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, P/|1ASS. ? 0 0334180383 B8.D ;