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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the LETHnun^fe;: hei\ald pace nine BACKfON f^HE CATHEDRAL ? r; Miii-I II, M^r. lf;-rfA Frencli .^lRnnl i)OKt,fr,0()U^jiUy. obsorvetl ? Von tlin niiislpj'S cjitliodva)," saya Jfrf'tlie iirmy ;liba(i{iit>rlorB report, �O'C' "ciiiim nxrt^ir l'httf,'itct.lou yosler-Wfday." U)' %- > ? : : !. : ! WESLEY CHURCH KiiDx uliili:uh, ib^tUbi'lfigo/'fcomptoiRil 1(H Ihlrty.fidcoml ytsar of liistm-y, this weok, rind tho annlvorsary was (;�le-brAtod oil ,5.�uday by special, sorvfcoa, which wora on u Honiowhat smaller senltt than usual l.lifs yoar, owing to tho absonco of llio iiasto'r, Ciipt. Uic l{ov. A. 11. Oonoon, o�i active sorvi(;e. . barge consrogatlons wtiro prcHenl al lioth aorvlcos, and tho choir uutlor the l(*Hdorshlp. o( Ernest Ivayton, rendurfed upproprlato muslu (hiring the services At-hlch WBB very groatly appreciated. Anthems, soIoB iind nuartoltes formed part ot the services. i The Speaker of the Day 1 jflev. W. F. WllSon. ot St. Andrew's; olAirch, Moose, Jfiw, was the spouUor �THE FOOD 5E of tho dayi Kor some years an effort lias been made lo snouro Mr. \yilsou, but not successfully mitll this year. "lias the war driven the.people A) a ' disbelief In c(od?'* was, tlid'burden (jf Mr. W'jilson'i! inornlngr.utlWf'oss. He took the ^ilggestloti for his iddrcia from liho fexperlonct?; of the proiphat Habakuki who, Svhcri the nrmlos'of jieopJiB were on the verge of a great defeat, and nJl the people were blaspheming tho liord and wondering whether,there possibly could ho a (lod, betook himself apart to his "walnhttiwor," whore ho Kot away from the tumult and renewed and refreshed his, faliii. 'Renew the Faith This was tho groat danger lliat was facing the people today, said Mr. Wil-sini. Many skopliCH had 'l)eeii burn of llu! war. .It was iiard to believe that there could be a Ood when one contoin-pliited tlio, awful acdnoH la' ISurope. Hut, said .Mr. Wilson, tlie essentlalH of that groat struggle were found In ovoryday^lJfe, Tb/ world liad not been cliangelf lo be irroSlstlblf)>iii iiiiiuk :inil dannt.luss-ill defohce, and I Uiiow yon will continue to b| so." ' . ("apt.� PciirsoU'then �Mmlc': l)rlcriy and coiicia(!ly on rtlie rciaiiii^ of iiie (duirch to society. The? 'lunli tun been, is, iiiid will be the (ii.-.acst power for good that ever rvi.^ n imisl not be Judged from tlii^ ilim other similar organizations in.' u .^ .> .;, > > � ? �  'i'lii' many friends of Mr. \\m Id'cd will lie pleased to know that lie l-i doing very nicely alter liis operniloii on i'"riday In si..  � .Mrs. .Messiiigl'r who wii:'. oiiera^ On al the (i'iill hiispilHl Is gctn'iig on I nicel.''. r * * I .Mi-s .1. W. Siafforil ami !wo( liildf.-ii are llie giii'sl.H of .Mrs. \. 11. KltU.oid. They are on tliclr way lo Otiaw,', atii-r a viiiit in Vancoiiv/'i'. "Fr�it-a-{ives" Quickly . RellM Tills GiironltiMIe "''I 'as(iii.\is- Siki:'ki-, .Mo.vjiiK.Ar,. "I ii opinion, no oilier incilicinft iti'.o for Coii.sli|ialion and � 11 a.-i 'I'*ruil.-ii-1 ives'. -'ilii rer IVfiiii Uie>e corn-("i fi\ii' \cAvc,. .\I iill i!c;i'.eix or .--111 iHistpaid by i'rult-ativi's Liiuiie,! l|ll>i,va. serving with this battalion on Somme tliat lie was wounded. Ihe No Justification '"i'liere is nolliing'thai can Justify wac'.' said the caplain, at last night's services, at which nearly 1000 people If \Vh8it you JUst ale Is souring ort four stomach or lies like a lump of lead, vetuBlng to digest, or yon belch BOB aud eructate sour, undigested food, or have a fooling ot dl.iiilness, heartburn. tullnosB, nausea, bad 'tasto in mouth and'BtomftClii hcadaclio,-i'ou can turely get rellot In Hvri hilnules. . ; Ask your pharmdclst to show you 'the formnla. plainly printed on those fifty-cent, CBBCS ot Pape's DIapCpiln, Ihdn you wilt understand why dyspeptic troubles'of all kinds most go, und why It relieves'sour, out-of-order gtoniachs or Indigestion in five min-iitOB. "Papa's Dlapepslu" is harmless; tastes like candy, though each dose will digest and prepare for assimllu-tion' Into the blood all the food, you eat;i besides, It makes you go lb tho table with a healthy appetite; but What will please you most, \a that you will f6el that your stomacli ^nd inles-line's are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resortto laxatives or liver pills for hillpuBnesB or constipalion. _ThiB city, wliriiave Aiuny 'IPjipe's nidpcpslri" cranks, as somd'people-nUli call them, but you will be enthuslaatlc about this splendid stoTOnch propara-ition; too, if you over take It for indigestion, gases, heai'lblirnj ' souVnesBj dyspepsia, or any stomach ml'sefy.' '.� Get BQme-nowv this minute, and rid yoiirsfilf of stomach misery and indigestion In five minutes.-:-Adveiji.' souls" IIway from the tumult of the lrou1)lons times, and the shoiitings of the- skeptics, so that their faith might | were presolK. "It Is a great calamity, be renewed in the everiasting right-1g,.eat iniquity, and ail the Christian eousness of God. j churches on the facn of the earth after Heirs of Great Heritage ' Ibis war should bind logeliier In a ' At the fivciiing service iMr. Wilson ' fii^'-it cajiuiaign lo discnuriige the very' preachod an eloquent" anil Inspiringi thought of war .in-the futui'.e." isermon, taking as his textr'-lJilrr of-rhe '''''e captuin-'-s particular topic last IS FtORE , ..... , ,1 .Mrs- W. II. l,.voii of Calgary is ilie ! -=-..... ---1 Miss C. Mcllonald left yesterday yf-j ^^,,,,^1 ,^ .\(o,u:,.|eff.  TU : .;. :. > ^. �;. illan wrlton -will--regret to liear ot 1 the death, of her mother, .Mrs. .1. I.,. I .; Hughes, at UdmoMlon. IMr.i. Hughes I > was a sister ot Ihe late .Xri'libisbop | * > : ir; lor tjie lirsl iinie iU. ihS aiinivcrsmy .-icrviie;; vesiei-day. maiiy in her rooms ai tlie ('bateau Laurlor. -. Klie whs ajsisted by her daughtel'i  Mrs.  Arthur h'isher, of Woodstock, .V.-B. Mrs. KIsher's hus- WEDDINGS SCOTT � .MKSShNUKU At Kno.iL cliiirch. S^aturdav tifiev, noim Ihe Hev.nv. F. Burns united in marriage lleriiian John Scon 11 mi Berenice. Vvonne .Messinger. iiolli of Taber. Till' rej;uliii- nionliiiy niecfing of (he Civic i'lull will lie lielil loiiiorrow af-le-.-iiGon ;il nl (ho llonie of .Mr.'-^, Huineti- .\s tlu-rc l.s itniiortant husi- , jie.-^k to loijie before IhcMneoling. all are re(|iieste(l to be iircienl. 2Bth verse of the third chapter ot ;th.u Acts of the Apostles, "Ye dre the children'ot prophets." Primitive Christianity, said Mr. Wilson, was'-ijolhing It not practical. Just p/evious to speaking those words. Peter had restored to society and independence, given now hope anil a ne\y heart to a lame man, lame from birth, an'd .the wondermeiil ot the people prompted the address which Peter delivered,to them culminating in the words of the text. ' Peter said to theSo people, ye are the children Of prophets. - They were heirs of a great heritaee and they did not know it. They,; not alive lo their own, possibijitles and power. They were not taking Ihclr u IILL CHILOREN LOVE 8yRyP0FFIGS"F0B LIVER AND BOWELS lOlvc It When Feverish, Cross, Biliout, For Baci Breath or Sour Stomach. night was Kellglon at the i''ronl. In hl6'.opinion, there, was tnoro true Ve--ligioli among the men at the front; without any great outwi^rd raanli'es' tation of it. than in many of Ihe pep-pie who throng the churclios at home. Tho deeds of self-sacririce' and uu-sClfishness, the great tundamehtdls'ot ChrlBtlanity, are evidence t>aL. deep In .the hearts oi' the ;aol(llers tiiore Isi ! the essence of true religion. .Contempt For These Men -'.'apl. Pearson denounced with n hitler contempt the orators who ;came home and told the jioople that all' was sweet and lovely at; the front, byi he iiart a' greater contempt tor the men who came home and worried the home proper Place 11 the world and Peter� ,^,.g j^jg^, .vholcsale immoral-adtnonished .'.hem. and called:, upon ,f ^^^i^ the ,,en. ' them to awaken from their.-lethargir, ; -some men. have gone astray. Ts It and line up behind Jesus. Are. wfi;-men and .women ot today, not heirs of great thiiigs. the dilldreiijof prophets'.' any'Wonder? They arc living: under ^ lUinsual conditions. Taken from homes I where they have led peaceful, refined London. .Mar. 11.-In a leiiei- 10 Sir Hiiward Kemp under dale of Marcli !. (Ic'meral Currle says; "Yesterday morning ilie enemy; al-tempted a very large r.iid against us. Nearly three hundred of liis specially picked u-saa III ting �troop.'-- nilded our trenches. He put on a tri-inendons ar-! llllery fire, .stretclilng nuni.\' liiindreds of yards on each side of hW- point of entry.' .No -.iooner had he i-nipriKl our lines tiian he was immtdiiitely counterattacked and driven loir, (lur boys Idlled a groat many liniUes in our trenches and during hU retirement. Many (!erman> are lyint; (lend in .\'� Man's Land. .N'ot a iiiiui of ours is mlBsiug, so ho failed uli.sDlmely ill his mission, which we learu from prisoners that wo took. I.-' "Furiherinore, t.iie truoiis which he raUjcd went back at'Him last niglil. on-tering^bls lines, kiiliiiK many and bringing back a prisoner. Our los.^ies were very light. The \vi>atiier is fine and every one Is working liard" . band, Capt. I'', of the -ImiJer }her, who was a member 1 ll Army Medical (;orps, 1 I R(OTT---.TlLLlCV -  j wasim^ed-While on active service, , . ^J^a Sau.i;day. Ma^^^ ..........*. Kxcelleiu'y OF rou may say your worst word ubou , ^^.^ the terrible nines, but I say to you tha.,( ,, j.^^q,. ,,d .leviilry of war,! rthls Is the only time when Hie world trained to kill human beings, leading 1 would contend lor spUrUual thmgs.! ^^^t'js terrible in Us monoton-i would enter In a terrific; struggle foi" !-ou-4ness." is it any wonder, wlien they j Look at the tongue Molher! If coat-led, it Is a sure ijlgn that your little ono'.s stomaehi llv-er and bowels noed'a gentle, thorough cieun'sing at once. When poevlBh. cross, listless, pale,, doesn't sleep, doesn't cat or act naturally, or is feverish, stomach sour, bteath bad; has stomach ache, sore-throat, diarrhoea, full ef cold, give a teaspooriful � ot""CaIffbrnla' Syrup of FIgB," and In ft tew houra all tlje foul, constipated .wasto, undlgestod food and sour bllo gently moves; out dt* lip. little bowels without griping, arid you hpvo a well playful child agoln. .' tou needn't coijLX sick children to take this harmless "frijit ' Jaxatlve','; they love Ua'deliclous taste, and It al-f ways- makes thom.fe.ol splendid. = Ask your druggist for a 50-cenL I bottle ot "California Syrup of jPlg-s," I which haHdireutlon'g.torbahles, children of all �g Civil Libert/ . thiuk for a moment'of onr civil liberty. WTiat do we think o� il? Think of Hussia tonight. Thai broken, bleeding, ignorant dissipated traitorous Russia, There la not In air Russia a single house, that .knows any seourltr tonight. Compare these conditions with our own. Every man's life Ib sate here and so''long as the Union Jack floats over our laiid, life and property will be secure. Justice and liberty are our heritage but I tell you that there is not 14w on the statute book of Great Britain that has not been fought tor and Written down In blood. - I � Proceeding, the speaker said ' our present day-Ghris'tlanlty was. hone too vigorous. "We take It jjretty lightly don't wb?" We complain &t this and grumble at that and we''cannot ibear tritling InconVeniences. It your Christianity Is like (hat said the' speaker, "for God's sake kick it out," It Is a mean' and contemptible v; UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. ' 72-6 BENEFIT In Aid of Wounded Soldier,' arransfd by a number of ladlei. K. P. HALL � ^'^ � Refreshmentij. ' , �Ml�� Arnold'a- Orche�tra' Ticka:i^1.00. Extra- U^dy ' 60c Tlc am about tu teiive yqu. My Alberta townt. ' '   , ' liromotlon has come enllrely thrpniilU Japan Agrees to Meet Expense of Sending Troops to Noi1h-ern Mitnehuria Pekln, Mar. U.-I'hina, In response to an Inquiry from 'I'oklo, has signified herlnteut'ien to co-uperalo with Japan in the pt-otectton of allied inlerests lu ,l;he, Far Hast. The I'hinese war bureau has been requested to arrange for the sending ot two dhislons to northern Manchuria. Japan will bear^tiie expense pending the completion of a proposed Anierlc.iii loan to China.- Tier  Kxcelleiu'y the Duchess of UpvoUBhIre onlertained the-members of the Ottawa .Oeiilral -Nursing Division wiio are leaving shortly for oversea!) service, "at lea. at Govern-i ment llbusc. The.v were accompanied by the lady superinlendenl. -Miss Hazel Todd, and the secretary, Jliss Winnl-fred WIcksteed. -  -  V. S. Oram called upon Robert K. Lee in qanip the other day. It 1^ characteristic of a- peaceful country that the grandaou and granduephew-of two wdrld-famoUB Generahi both entered the new army from civil life. Neither Is a professional soldier -another thing that a Prussian Junker might find it* hard to under-stanii. - *   A dinner was given at governuienl house, Edmonton. Thursday evening by His : : > * : * > 'HEAVY FIGHTING  IN FINLAND A'irgiuia Harris been train Your System j through the liver, to act na-tili'airY, at a fixed time every djSy.. 1i?he best habit in the #jprld'i"s the habit of hcllth. Genuine t^ray*ignat�r^:^^^^^^ pill regularly (more ^^^g^^yj^fe^jl/'r^ ^ necessary)'until you V^W^ ^ ^^^^^ SmairDdi^>''r f " " takibg them without trouble SmaUrPrtti* rrv'. -f or iannoyance. This has'beeii'tjbe; for fifty years. usually Need Iron in the Blood. 'Try 'S IRON PILLS ' Stockholm. Mar.' 11.-Heavy ,r,- 'fighting is coniinulng In Fin- land .between the i'^lnnlsh White ^ iOuard � and llio Russian Red ? -Guard troop.?, according to an > ? bftlclal slatenieiit issued on Sat- > > urday from the licadquurters of ; the White Guard at Vasa. ' > > � ' : : ; ? > > ? ! YINOLCR^ Positive-Copvincinc Proof It it^aN very well to'fi^akeclai^ but can they be provan?;. yTc. publish the ,{,orRi\il%, of - VihoV'tb prove tht QtatemcntB we''niaHe bbtttit. D Cod Liver and B��rr�ptonM, Iran'tnd Mangsaeie repta))atu','^TOB �nA'Anf msnlum CItrato, Lima aadSeda Olyccro-phoaphatci, CaKarlB/, Any doi^tor will iiell'ybu that th,, ingrcdiehtt of Vinol �> publishea abova, combine the vtiy Icmenta needed to make atraiiitb.- ' > ' All weals, rmipdown;' ovarworkcd nervoiier men and >vomtn may prove - this 'at QUE �pen'�lte'u�'�''... There is nothine .{Ike Vltiol to restore strength and 'Vitality to feeble old people, delicate ^hlWcn' and all perboQS vfho need miprf'iitreiitth. � ' Try it.. If you.f�r�i;�net entirely satisfied, we will vi'fturn,! your 'money wLibout � queB.tioh{ "^hiit provis' our fr.irn4^8''and ydur iBro't^ctipti. , �J. p. HIGINBOTHAM '�."C0., LTD IT STOPPED m SUFFERING Said Mrs. Jaynes, Speaking of Lydia E. Pinkham's ' Vegetable CompouncU Anderson,, S. t^. - " I got into an awful coucution with what the doctors said was nn organic dis' niacc-ment. 1 would liave pains flo badly tiialthby.wouidhavB to put hot clothes on mo and 'give ma morphine. The doc-, tor said I would never be any better wilhoutr an opera-' Lion and 1 would never- l)avo any,: chllijfcn without it. A neighbor who knew what y.out nipdicXns-.would da-aaviscd roe to giva I.ydia E. finkham's v ego table Compound atrial; Idiij Ko�nUU?n)�dn,mo,8,ii; well woman and tpe noxtheptembtr* gavb blrlh to a healthy baby Ijoy."^!* 'rfMrw, Sallik JAYNiis, 87 Lyon.St.," Anderjion, S. C- � ^ .'Tha loltors which wo aro constantly pobllshlna from women in every section 'Of tbiu country provo beyond question tho merit of this famous root and herli i'mtMllcine, Lydia E. Plnkham'a V*R*-t4t>lii Compound. & � u..;c.-......i v SUN UFE KiEPSGfiOWING Surplus, New Biisiness, and5 Total Bui>ii^s^ii| Fo^ce substantial increases are recorded over iK^ .cdrrpsppiTtling pgyres for previous .years,', , �tl'^vA''-.r---. * RESULTS .FOR 1^17 HI' I Assets at December .'list, liyi7. , - ' .�;-. .  ' -~ JnurcnRe �* -.  '-' - �� , .  C.ish Iiiconio . 15 ! � �lviBlou, hIEAD OFFICE lyiONTREAL T. B. MACAULAY,'Pve,sident, ERR, I9I7 Calnavy. W,. G. TALBOT, Loan iMnnaKcr, IDdiuontun,