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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, iUAHGII II. 1()1X TIIK LKTHBUiT/C': DAli.i' IIKIULD PA 01". NINE h ' V' > V 4 :. c- c� * �: BACKrGN THE CATHEDRAL ! WESLEY CHURCH | f. > o o .> V 1 1 11*;i*l(it. Mar. i!,-A Krench ' you the HholnYd cathedral," says the army heathpuHlurs report, *J� �"came, again ihto. action yeatur-Hay." JJjjr } > > * ' > * *> : : * * > * o V - f BOYLE KNOWS OF IT NOTHING i: V �. I* The � i-i'.i'tjiiii' � .. Ctiii '. .March Mm: M . llovio sjtvs M is .ill h'-v >> Vin. #_# V V -1 ii MILAD PHONE 1224 ! "Friiit-a-livfis" of thc (iay; Kor some years tm effort ! has been made Io niversary-Moose Jaw Pastor the Special Preacher Knox Church Celebrates Its An- )n][ ( MU( "11 ms ilii' war driven the people a disbelief in Uuil?" was the burden of- .\Ir. Wilson';; morning" address. He tool*; i he sUfetres'Moit for his iddres;- from Hie Knox church, I^UihrJdfio. completed Experience of th. the Moid". . The 11ill ut roitfic, i lo- eljngs. 'I'be curl that uiew no' rfwfngs. The t nucli that i iiril! i t)o man,  cmhi i Jim1 -pt'ltil' It (.' I lit* v*- il li Jon* . if' i Iwv #  � ' t: * i t - . ' . J - . , 1 i- Tii** manv rri* imi uf A' ? 'Will lr-' s-"') I ' > U })t> VA I h;*' M KrUL'i \ In * t 1 � m l r i'm i'i M o \ n:i: \ t,9 t:'� nl i w in lift senlts than usual this vfiur, owing 1 o i posnibly could Im n Cod, betook him-the ab-senee of the pastor, dpi/the j *fi!!' it to his "waUjlUower," where llav. A. II. Do noon, o/i active .service., i!"' �ot nway from the tumult and rc- UirKe eo:i; i-.o., .umrcct-,tV ,' A' U , , , , fl !,n^ " muM s,i,mi 111 ' "'!i:n|,",h ,,,r . ,  - lllulltl1 pi-uiiii KiniyhiKi .in, \\ u Capf. I'f-arson. wild returned t roll) , ('hris* || waihI ]>reaeh !hc brother--* son. Manyskepues bad l)een ^�'*�_�[ j liinglaiHl ii r�w w....Us lo atlninl i tu;SMl of Hie v/bole wee ,:d n must ;* iiuli virtual  ! j/wj. A rt hui 11 m ;t pri11ji 11. *> j ^ L � i (Ml ;i' i mm f 1 :\1; Hms)m I ;i 1 ii ice h 1 h 1 i. i h 4 Avhich was very greatly ai>p.reciated. Autbems, solos ;uul (jviartettes formed ))arl of the services. The Speaker of the Day � jtov. W. K. Wilson, of St. Andrew's clmrcli, Moose Jaw, was the speaker v .* % *.> , PERSONAL �-# > *-* the war. .It was bard to believe that. �'# (' o c� of that great struggle were found in fiveryday life. Tb** world had not been changed, the problems were the same. sic bv the ci * church I'imm litli were t t J - 4 k SOUR THE F ions at both services, bringing thorn , nmssages fvoui tlo* trenrhes ilmt \vi.,j,i* 1 . . inspiring ami encouraging. Capt.-!ln everyday transaetums one tnuild in- j.r.u.fl)lli or ..IJnll- rearyon. fho fight-' J justice being done, the weak trampled m,; ])in.,.tiHt ,,s is ,Jfl,t(1I. klU)WI1, . enlisted in Mil", as n lieutenant Willi j I be !>!ith regiment of Calgai;,. When 1 he got to England h" gained his i-aj> s.ervu-e. -? - upon by tin.1 ,;trong, tlw; poor crushed by the rich. The essence of the problem was the same, though in the great w:u- one found them magnified to a (I,iticv and wem to the front anached ; great, calamity. j (f. wtis not, therefore, right that, peo- to the ,4!Hh battalion. It was while , . ... ,. ... . . . serving with this batraliou on ilie pie should lose laith in tbe righteous- , u . i , �i i ., . , . , ,,. d P. i Somme that, lie was wounded. ness of Cod, and nis uInmate triumph. :| :\ re- j it j)r ; Miss ('. .Mcltnnald 1�� 11 y�-si crday u\ niev uf tin-noon for her home in Ci'iceville ;()i:{.. having b^m caJleii iJiere b\ 'he 1 serious illnes-- of lie;- r.uhe; I i � * * i 'I'll" many friends m' \l, - - K.ii h erine Hughes, the- wi*ll-l;iiuwii ('ana dii'iH \vriU*r. will. i*egjei tn lo'ur of tlie death of her mother. Mrs. .1. 1-Hughes, at I'JdmoHton. IMrs. HugJies was a sister of ibe late Arehbishop O'Mrien of I'lalifuv .V. S. M r!i a .. AI r- \\ ii ! ,\ tin oT ( 1k;iv> ' m Mr- !' .\. M(iiu,ri'-t'i", Air.- -I Ii M \i;my\iy iiiis hcanl hp i - r.flM inon u li. * *  i > i. ' 1 i � 1 j ; > i I i in::, auu in  :l'"ruil-a-lives' > I lt;r, o ; icen .. 'SKXi;!';;*:;. ial size ;.'">c. n1 paid by '�  ' e ' i - a. to -J I ill i ''ill .-�Ml il (i Alar m-M! i �'i i ii ��i i a' . a; aatbesis A! .1. Gib-. ek on ;� o r * -  i ' pi Y\  4 4 # 4 4 i * + A ~ �*V i*. >t V". V WEDDINGS f 4,1 * * * * # # t f 4 � L h 1 d - 4 t a ore .1: - ' I ^ IN FIVE MINUTES. No Justification I "There is nothing that, ean justify (.souls" iiv/av from the tumult of the ; War." said the. captain, at last nigbi^ f i troublous times, and the shoutings of : Services. at which nearly lttOt) j)�op!c PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" FIXES SOUR 1 He P��Plt> betake tbem- ? GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS selves to the "watchtower of their If what you just ate is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or yon belch fias and eructate sour, undigested food. the skeptics, so that their faith might be renewed In l-lie everiastiny right eousness of ; 11 i i ' ' . l i r - ; i: i p ^ I' � f i : (i p'  1 + .p j * 1 " * " * 11:1 ' >f Ai l':- , i in ni Imis ; Ml'' Pill ^ vitune Messinger. huih 'd .....* or have a feeling of dhr/.iness, near*- j' Al thc evening service Mr. Wilson ' sr�at campaign io discourage tbe very \ -Yesterday morning burn, fullness, nausea, bad 'taste in : nigbr was Jteligioii at tbe Front. In ; picked us.-aultiug t.rooj! his' opinion there was more true re-! trenches, lie put on a ligiuu among the men at ihe front'. \ illlery fire;, siretching inaa> humlreds e!M-:nv at- gainst us. -pec/ally � ;ded our '!i*';:d'ius a :'� i 1 * -i � J L then you will understand why dyspeptic troubles of all kinds must go. Mid why it. relieves sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in five minutes, "Pane's Dlapopsin" is harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose liBth verse of the third, chapter of -the Acts of the Apostles, "Ye are the children of prophets." Primitive ehrist-, , , . , .. , .. hinity. said Mr. Wilson, whs nothing' without any great outward maniies- . of yards on each side �, In- point ot evious to t talion of it. than in many of the pe�- 1 entry. .No sooner bad Ik ft'-red our pie who throng the churches at home, j lines than he was immedi..'.;> counter-The deeds of self-sacrifice' and mi- attacked and driven of;' Our boys given now hope and a new heart fo �| selfishness, the great fundamentals of killed a great many be. ,:-s in our lame man, lame from birth, and tlie ' f-'�riBtianity. are wonderment of t.he people prompted i *u ^te hearts oi Si i j'i *r- -TI1A.kv On Saiurda>. Alarelu nth at ilie. .Iwn ited church pa v-'otiage, Hugh Scoit of . Miamond cu> and Miss Mary Tilb-y Her Kxcebencv Mi" Duchess of i ,,f ^^y^\ unite,! in mar- Devonshire entertained .\nu member, j nyK(" i,v H"' " L Mn*i-(. sion who ore leaving siiortly for! overseas service, at ten. at Government tI'ouse. They were accompanied;"; k.* * -: A .* CLUBS AND SOCIETIES A w livin : 11 i;� . c i. M a" g m i ii-'i liuijiy i if not practical. Just pi speaking (hone words, t'etnv had restored to society and independence,! by the lady superintendent. Miss Hazel ' *.......... Todd, and tbe secretary. Mis> Winni-,........... rt � 11 ; fred Wh-ksteed. will digest and prepare for nssimila,- \ address which Peter delivered to' tl,c essence of ieii-sacrmce ami mi- .niiti^cu aoo �nvcii va imu uuvs; great fundamentals of killed a great many in our | r s (Jri|J e evidence, that Ueep \ trenches ami during letirenient. I 1 ' A* if tbe soldiers Hfre iJi!M:'ny GermaiCs are lyim: -h*od m No . (.lriniH e:iisJ i(l trup religion. 'Man's Land. Not a m-i: ours is;lho1 ,hA wrr,. 1 1.- -Tbe cist i^f im reaslng at t he > e:j r. reipiiring t i'.e a\ crag.- (iccuinti family lo go into rlebt. for t'uc nee -ari'.-s ;jj i i i* - -. According " young boiies of tbe' Proiheon' i to tigurc> gathered by rhe Bureau of Perplexing"""Labor Statistic-- average expenditures ' of families having incomes ranging lion into the blood all the food you : iheni culminating in the, words of the eat:, besides, it makes you go to Hie j text. Peter said to iheSe people, vo table with a healthy appetite; but- , are the children of prophets. Thev what will please you most, is that you Contempt For These Men 'apt Pearson denounced with  missing, so he failed abs-.oiieiy u| his : mission, which we lean; I'om prison-n I ei's that we i ook. Til!  *  : Club in tiie play "The S. (Jraut culled upon Robert K. j Problem" will meet tonight at the other day. It is jI sharp in Wesley Hall,, Those in 'The j from I'm to "on marks is ^2-.uri marks of a- peaceful country1 Flopenteni of Kllen" -will -meet -nti. I Kigfd economy is pracT iced everywhere that the grandson and grand nephew i Tuesday at 7..'Jo sharp in the same land the average family only spends Hi; of two world-famous Generals both ; place entered tlie new aruiv from civil i cents a moiuii for amu-cnient. bitter contempt tbe orators who c.nme "Furthermore, tbe tr.:-.-p^ which he ..... .,.t,i .. - , " . :; swoet ana loveiy ai ine iron:, o ' 'tr ! "0Wl"r- ? "">'. �"1 f ,nB , ,,Glr � who .-amp homo anil worrird Hi- �r�nB-, "roper pIul-h in Hm world �n.l Peier, wUh les! . wUolc,ale lmi mtP*.M a.dlnoll1lsl10" �� llumfaml ^lled, ,,"1)0";ity aiiio^ the men. ipie \wu them to awaken from their lethargy ; .. u,('n linn;j,the Ear East. Th- '''hinese war bur- �*�> ; ly fixed in his mind that outward p.m u.,~ uiu r�,m.�-tn ttvirp-o fn� security tonight. Compare IheRe con- manifestation of region, is hut lo ! ^l ^nd ne'of Vw rMon, to north Mitions with our own. Every man.,! e,-1)rPHS four. You fin.l very f�w i ^ %"nZx?H -/U . IvU. ,ear"tt lifp is safe here and so long as the soldiers nravinc in tlie ordina-v sonso'i ancliui ia. .1.1 u.m w 1 1 heat lie. I.'nlon Jnek floats over our land, lite 1 T he w nl Bui expense pendnig tin- eomp etion ol a and property will be. secure. Justice �[ Z vZt so far as the remtionT, ,,K,p08ed An'enr"' 1,K,n ,0 fU,,,a-and liberty are our heritage but 1 tell a man's sol,j & t;ml JK {rm,.er:ied. 1 j you that, there is not. a law on the : n,-mly believe tlipt there is a great | s 1 deal of this sort of praver among', the1* not been fought for and written down i men. which is after all the truest and noblest form of prayer." The Great Test Dr. and Mrs. Cialbraivh asked a few friends in to meet Captain Pearson. M.1VP., after the services at Wesley church last night.  * * Virginia Harris who has been Genuine bears-signature Take one pill regularly (more only if necessary)' until you succeed. Then you can stop taking them without trouble or annoyance. This has'been'the good-health-rule for fifty years. .Small Pill Small Dose Small Price PALLID PEOPLE Uiiually Nerd Iron in the Blood. Try GARTER'S IRON PILLS *.� v V V V V ;. ;. > ? ? i in lilood. Jh-oceeding. the �peaker suid our present day-Christianity was bono too vigorous. "We take it pretty lightly ? Thor�4 is np greater test of religion 1 * * ,. . 1 r,\''don't w�'" We complain at this and liiau �cla of seIf sacrifice and unsci-eonstioatod .waste, undigested food and j m,n 1  4 compiain at. mis ana fi�hnPqs nn(i whnrp cm von find grumble at that and we cannot hear ? nsnnesb. ami wnere can \ou ttnu sour bile gently moves out or1 its little bowels without griping, and you have a well playful child again. . You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative"; they love its'delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your rlrufi&ist for u 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of rigs." which has directions.for babies, children of all ugqs aud for grown-ups plainly on Ihe bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. To be sure you got tbe genuine, ask to see that it .is "made by "California Fit; Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind wjih contem pt. -Advertisement. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. ' 72-6 trifling inconveniences. If your Christianity is like that said the speaker, "for God's sake kick it out,." It is a i thing. , Mr. Wilson made a touching reference to the early misBionary who he ' Uu; ll('ar^ o� tne^non. said knew no modern luxuries, but: ^apt^ iearaon spokj who tramped this western land suffering untold hardships, whose church wns a dugout often enough and who sacrificed all personal comfort and material gain in doing .Christ's work. greater such acts than among Ui� men at. the front." Capt. Pearson told i.% touching stories of self-sacrifice ean and contemptible > r* ** e of Vlic force and influence the, soldiers m a body would have ftor the war, and believed that many of tlie o'd artificial iden^ would pass away, there would be less of party strife in politics, and less of the non-essentials in religion. Aw* Ceo SuM;cr'..*in>1. of the Ch'engo HWt ish-American, formerly of SVinuine is dead. CREATES STRENGTH Said Mrs. Jaynes, Speaking of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound* In Aid of Wounded Soldier, arranged by a number of ladies. K. P. HALL �9 Refreshments. r M/ss Arnold's Orchestra Tickets $1.00. Extra Lady 50c Tickets and invitations may be obtained from Mr. Knowtden At Frank -Miles!. Shoe Repairing Shop, 4th Avenue or by phoning 1717 or 1792. Positive-Convincing Proof It is. aH very well to rnake claims, but can they be proven? We publish the formula of Vinol to prove the statements we make about it. r> Cod Livrr and Beef Feptontt, Iron �nd lr Mansa.3ear Pcptonat�s, Iron and Ammonium Citrate, Clme �nd Soda Glycerophosphate*, Cfticartn. Any doctor will tell you that th^ ingredients of Vinol as publishea above, combine the very elements needed to make strength. All weali, run-down, overworked nervour men and women may prove | this at our. expense. There is nothing like Vinol to re- | store strength and vitality to feeble old people, delicate children and all j j per*son3 who need more strength. i Try it.. If you arc*not entirely sat- \ , isficd, wc will return your money Ar.dcrpon, S. C - " I pot into an awful condition with whv-t the doctors said was tin organic difi' I j | jjiact-ment. 1 would �. | i^>, I iiave pains so badly 5 w^itx-^ thai tuey would have L^i^* U pal hot clothes on J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 4. CO., LTD Druggists, Lothbridge. Also nt the best druggists in all Alberta towns. A Splendid Record 'Che new "Wesley rhurrh since ita ; opening four years a?o, in 1 bu spring , of 11)14. has done splendidly so far as finance is concerned, according to a statement made, by Itev. Mr. t'ragg. '� who showed thai not only had all liabilities been met from year io your, j but that the debt of the. church bad j been reduced at the rate of about $2000 a year, which he considered was phenominal. Morning Address I At the morning services ('apt. Pear-; ; son devoted the first part of his ad-j ; drexss to the work of the Canadian Ex- i ;peditionary froree. "1 am absolutely \ '� convinced, and indeed have it on liiph ! authority," sftid lie, "that the Can-1 \ . adian corps are today the most of-' ficie.ut. on the western front." , This is due to , ian life ] for the mode of living they are now, � undergoing. They are wonderfully resourceful and full of self-reliance. Indeed The tjermans have time and tiniej t again admitted ihey are the most! i feared' of all the .;lo?ri forces. I When General Byns succeeded Gen. I AlderMou as eommnder in �rhiof. of the' F " 'V V '�' yo made tno a. third division he at once imposed bis \ Well woman and the next September'!: gave birth to a hwillhy baby boy.'"' -Mrs. Javnks, 37 hyon St., Anderson, S. C* The letters which we are constantly publishing f rom women in every section of thiu country prove beyond question the merit of this famous root and herb medicine. Lydia K. Pink-ham** Y�B*�-tablti Compound. RESULTS FOR 1917 4 & Assets at December ;;lst, 11*17. \- - - Cash Inoomc - * * * *T * - * a- � N>\v Assurances issued and P>t'ul for in Cash � � � -Assurances in l^orco at l)t-cfnibcr llhit, 1"17. - - Inrrea-so I'robts paid or allotted to Policyholders^ - ** Pro tits paid or alloUrd U> I'oJicyhvblcrs, i;i yrars. , T" Total Pavmcnts lo Poli,*\hohhrs. lyi7.-. r I V ;:�o.u;o. 174.00 7.,;u,iiS.oo ll>.2b8,01)7.t�u T89.8Rfi.00 .47,811 .rif�7.fl0 ini.STO.IMfj.OO l,o(�0,SS0.0(> 5,^J1.0t;:i.ii:i S,S)0,'J15.00 i'nymfiilrf to lvJicyhokl, f.-.*rr.e�s and your protection. . � fl ioH Q. h| h'm promotion, liia fnrevr&l ; add res r. which Jaiited for some, two or three minutes was as follows: "Gentlemen. 1 am about to leave you. My 'promotion lias come entirely through J'triinuios th�*\i*�*d siufp i)rgu.iiJ/.:uiou - - - - l'hvuientst�) l-'uIi.,vlio!d�'r!*ni]d A!-.v> in'!d i-ii the ])rt'ininnis i'f-ci>j\vd hy : - Undivided surplus at December 31st, 1917, over nil liabilities including capital -"'^....... THE COMPANY'S GROWTH iM.^iit:;^ J>g,893.2g4 . 53.550,761.00 1 i� 16. f yrAjf IfiCOME 38* 2 , * .  � S 48,'ilU.7;t 477,4 lU.fiR 1897..... 'J,ii;ta.8!)4.74 U�7..... 1917__^ .... j 19.288,997.68 A**!sYS jn TOftCE $ !i.M.;t.!irj i.;ii:.ou4.ei 7,y^.:;; i.i 4 90.lG0.t74.24 s i.OR4.::r,n.o:i i(�,K7--:.777.C> 4-i !.::>;.."'' 1 U.Ct.''Jl.I'S 31t,870.94r�.71 The Company takes this opportunity ol thanking its policyholders and the public generally for thc continued confidence and goodwill of which the above figure* give such strong evidence. >i'i III 1871 HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL T. B. MAC AULA Y, President 1917 ARCHIBALD McTERR, Manager, ,'Soulb Albert a division. Calgary. W. G. TALBOT, Loan Manager, C.diuortton. Alberta ;