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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE.. SATUJ1DAY, MAUC1I-17, FEEL LIKE A Church ,ve. and gth Street S. H. De-noon, Pastor rns, Acting Pastor, at 11 aud 7-30 Anlhcnij Rca; Van der Usildrcns Water. Mrs, Layion; 1. House. "Glory lo Thee, My GoU, T-Ms (Joimod. 10 a.m.: Hoys Department. a.m. Dig Sisters' Ulblo Class. 2.00 p.m.: Hie UroUiers1 Bible Class. p.m.: Other Uerjartuieau of SIJD- day School 4 Chinese Class. BAPTIST First BapUsl Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St S. C. Baker, Patior Sunday's services will bo con- ducted by tho jjftslor nt H n.ui. and 7 -in. Address; 'The Power Service: "The World's Eman- cipation and the World's Emanci- pator." Evening Service: "The Challenge to Personal Accomplishment.'' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE tht t VTesliulns- ST. ANDREW'S i WESTMINSTER Rev. J. B; Francis, Faslor Parsonage Avc. N. Phone 1559. 10 am.; Children's Class Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's Topic. "How To Do Things." Sermon, "Dimming "2 p.m.: 'All ler Sunday achool. 3 p.m.: Adult and Young Peoples HIblo Class In Parsonage. All Depart meats, ot St. Andrews Sunday School. 730 Topic; "Abram." Third addrest "in Ifce series. "Six Panlatcuch Char- acters and their message to men of today." Al the closo ot tUa evening sernco there will be a congregational meet- ing of church io ceivo the repocl of (he special lioard meeting on the question ol contin- ued cooperation with SI. Andrew's church. First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7lh Street S. Sunday Service al 11 1( Sub's lance." jjnday School at' the close ot Iho morning service. Wednesday Evening Testimony most' Ing at pm. The reading room la open dally ex- 'opt- Sunday arid legal "holidays, "Ironi i lo 5 p.m. Hero, the btblo and nulhor zed ChrlslJau Science literature may tic read, borrowed or purchased. The public is Invited to .'at end the church services, also to visit (be reading room. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Car. lltn Street and Bth Ave. South Rev. Canon W. V. McMLIten, Rector a. in. Sunday School and Bible Claneij 3 p.m. EVKN'SON'G p.m. Hely and 3rd Sun days si S.30; 2nd and 4lh Sundays at 11 a.m. Bap Sundays at i PJB- METHODIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12Ui St. S, Sunday a.m. Primary 3 p.m ciUf 2 p.m. Visitors. Always Bishop Geo..W, Geen, 1016 2nd Ave South. Phone 1493. Wesley Church Rtv. G. H. Cohbledlck, Pailor Parsonage 320.11th SL S.. Phono 4M 11 a.m.: "Life.11 Third la series. 3 p.m.: Bible School with Classes for 1.30 p.m.: "Jesus Way of Illustrated. "Wuslc: Morning: "Oh For a Closer Walk .With Foster; Solo, Mrs. C. Hughes, "The Prayer StensohJ'SVenbs Music, "Rock ot Chorus, ..Lord. Jack- son. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission -Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church a-ra., remembering li Lord's Death. Evening, 7.30, Go pel meeting. 3 pjn.: Sunday School. p.m.; rrayer i sad tn Word.. p.m.. Special ivaltin upon. God ror the Baptism 61 ih Holy Ghost. Jeaus Is Coming Soon, Get Read; A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL .-BELIEVERS Burgman'B Hall, 478 .13th SL Believers on the Lord's Da; for the BreaMcg of Bread at 11 a.m. Bunday School at 3 p.m. Cospcl Preaching al 7.30 pjn. Bible Reading. Wednesday; 7.45 p.m. SALVATION ARMY Bervlcei Held the Citadel, 5th 31. a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal vation .Week Monday, E p.m.. Pub- lic Meeting. Thursday, S p.m. SaJtatlon Meeting Citadel band In aUecflaiica, free acd easy mcttlcE- Everybody Welcome Christian Cor. 3rd Ave. and Slh SI- S. FranJc'A. Residency PtH'Sth 3L S..Phone 1? Sundiy School follow by Cjnjinb'nion and preaching se vice. Subject: "Faith." C. K. Prayer fjy.-'od Ly service at ?A: Basis Christia Union. III. The Ordinances of'the Church.1" Brought Hie Joy Ol ilLh After Two Suffering MADAM LAPLANTE 35 SI. Hose St., Montreal. ApriUth. "For ayer Iwo years I iv.is sick acid uiserahle. I suffered from constant 'ftattafAri, and had Palpitation of the thai I feared I would die. riic'ro seomed to be a lump in my iomach and Ilia Constipation- tvi IreadfuU I suffered from fain it (fit iirf and Kidney Disease, I was tresteel by a physician for a year ind a half and lie did ma no good at all, incJ "Fruit-a-lives" as a last resort AficVuslDg ihreo boies, I improved and twelve Ixixes iriada me well. Now I all day aqd ihero ire no Headaches, DO FslpitaJioD, DO Heart Trouble, no Constipation, no Pain or Kidney Trouble and Ifetl likt a new itwas "Fnill-a-tires1 that me back my MADAV AHTI1UK LAPLANTE. Me. a'box, 6 for trial siic, Six At oil dealers orseal postpaid by Fruit .TH Limited, Ottawa. Brave Civil Servants Attorn By-General Cross iDt an act to aiueria (lie slatule" law1 and ily pvcr any oilier part of tho pro- Jnco. Hid said lio, "did ot rocclvo a dollar from tho govern- lu aid of llioir.. Bt-hoole, tUojr. 'lio ,wero clttea lu t'ho itfiited, thnt wmjltl bo the unl'vorgUy. upijn jlioso ernig. Calgftrjvaald Mr.UjOjlo. ot complaining. Tho 'school1 Itonrtl hero realized that thoy wero being airly irell treated. While tliQ govern- nenL was not spending n largo amount C money on higher education, they vere spoiling A coiialdcrablo ntnuuul n connection is'lth tho fnstltuto cclmology atid olso Iho normnl chool. lloth Calgary aim elded Iho midlslw, wero receiving a rory much larger amount In lha pro- portion of per head ol population, han wae BU ordinary school district u Ihe country. "Yet Ihoy wero ouituented the ruhilsLcr, "that' they veto bleeding tho clUcs wblto." Secondary DcaUng with the subject of tho'pro- for-fecoiulftry lio'sa'd when they considered llio rate of i tho farmers wero hniidstng upon themselves In comparison wllh ho rate of taxation tho people of Ed- monton ivero Imposing upon lliobi- iclycs, ho did not think thoy would lavp any hesitation In stiyliig ttiat.Jf tho government wero lo Increase their grants. It should bo In the way of In- creasing the amounts being paid lo consolidated schools to enable 'tho peojito in tlio rural districts to provide secondary-as well as elementary edu- cation. There now 2S consoli- dated schools In (be province, n of them having been created In liie year Jlr. Doyle mentioned that there were proposals noir In (ho de: partmenL.. for consolidated .schools. The minister added that, :n'qw school' district's bad been'oslabllshed In 1916 and 77 new school buildings erectorf, and thnt scliooj totalling had been aold through Uie. department. The num- ber-of1 books distributed to libraries was 1QO.G31, ot. a. total value ol 793.13. Teachers Metded Discussing the fiucslJou of. the sup- ply of Icachers, lie said-that heavy cuUstmeut had greatly afTccted it, not only by the enlistment of teachers themselves, biit the students ol thu high schools and Iho colleges- Hlght j now, bo saldj the department required 400 teachers (o 611 schools. The .-'committee, after -hearing lha minister's' review of the' ivork ot his department, procrcded lo consider Ihe dlffcrent'Ucms ol the vote. Dr. Slan- ley (High RIverJ complained of (be delay Ihere was In gctUng plans np- Tiroved, and the' feclliig- Made from ihe Choicest Havana La. Ptefeiencia Cigar burns and is'always sweet and full of flavor from tip to butt. Once always. "The National Smoke Cull 003 Sue. 2 for 25e iM.... 3Ior25c London, .'CHRISTAISELPHIANS Meel In tha Moose Hall, Hlglntrlham Avenue South- Wednesdays; 8 pan., Bible Class. Sundays al 3p.m., to commemorate tbe Death and at 7.30 p.m., to pro- claim the "glad tidings of the King- dom ot Cod.. Subject: "The Closing Days of the Hon. Wilfrid Carlepr an acl lo amend i depsrtment and (be.Alberta IhB municipal hall Insurance acl. Hon. School Supply Co. The minister re- C. R. Mllohell laid on the tublo .of (he'plied Ihal Ihere-Ha.i no unnecessary liouso a list' ofth'e' nanies'of "the 236 Belay either 5ri Ihe'part of the hail enlisted from tte various or ills public utilities cdinmls- nepartmenU of tho government, and sion, and said that school board secre- uiqved that it be prjnled iu tho jour-1 larica were not always Hie most ev nnis of the liuuie. Ho'saiil Eomo pcdioils. In .-attendins correipondeuce. ol Iho niea Had received Ihe'miHIary It should be rcmepliercd.lliat a.schQbl cross, ond of Ihbni'hid laid ,town Ihelr lives. The Government's .policy Hon. J. R. Boyle said: "Wo pro- _. pose lo spend this of district where the'tola! amount of lioney wo receive they had advised the board to dls'otcv civil kovernment from "all Iho law. The bonds of Ibis dislrict Tbis being the case.'it to 'liaiT-bftn sold'liJ-.the.depaKmnhfat the housa vory clearly what would more-than-the company offered, happen in the administration ot gov-jHe mentioned tbat the company had ernmcnl.lf we were expected to rely left bonds they could nofscll on" the on our. revenue from subsidies from bands oi-Ihe government, the Dominion. It would not cover Ihe! kq.wcd money, lo amount of money spent on education in oaskalrbevvan and agricullnre, to say nothing of the various "other services-'of the govern.- pany, -of-p meni." Jlr. IJoyle referred to the province of Ontario which last year voted only a little over S2.000.000 lo education, and only. to scnool grants, The Efsvator' Bill Hon. in moving Ihe second reading amend thr: acl Incorporating the.Al berla Co-operative Lleyator cqmp'pny said that in regard lo the repayiriehl ot the government loans, tlio mlnls: r ShowYotiif Practical Sympathy with SlSve-Raided Belgium Belgium needed sympathy, needs it ravages of fire, sword That proviuce did not expend more I ter said that they would uo a first than 40 cents per head of its popnla-l chargo on the revenues ot the com- lion In school grants. Manitoba with I pany and Ihey .yroiild sec that .rja_r-, Times, The Saturday Night of the World's History, What of the Mornl" All SeaU Free No Collccilcn Select a First-Class Furnace THEN HAVE A FIRST-CLASS INSTALLATION. .YOU INTEND BUILDING A NEW HOME OR OVERHAULING YOUR OLD HOWE AND THE HEATING QUESTION CONFRONTS YOU. "When tie prorltablenesa of lie investment, and the comfortable- ness accruing from U are main considerations you will decide you most hare a hot aJr furnace. Now we ere specialists on Installing furnaces. We size up Uie layout of jour bouse or EdTlso you n-faai Ihe laj-out snoulil te. Our wort Is done quickly, cleeulj1 and satisfactorily. The cost of puttiug In a fumace will be goTerned by the specifi- cations and our guarantee will appear thereon.- The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBR1DGE contrit-Jted; Hcular provision "prevailed iu'connec- to education .and lion with the The In school grants. Saskatche-; amalgamation would come Into effect wan with a population ol thla year's business would haye' and In school grants, been cleared up. Mr. Hoadley sard while Alberta with had a total MANITO3A PARLIAMENT BLDGS Winnipeg, March construc- tion of the new-parliament buildings will be continued this year, this "was decided at a meeting of the provincial cabinet, held thl3 morning, according to Hon. T. H. Johnson, minister ot public worka. "The recommendation which I laid on Ihe floor ol the house was Mr. Johnson said. Tho general contract for the work will be given to the J. McDIarmld company whose bid ol wa's consid- ered the most satisfactory. The plumbing, healing and electric wiring lenders will bring the lolal lo he spent hjr the government on the bulld- Icg3 up to lenance of a Eatlsfactory' system of I elemen iary eduratlon, while they found tho city oE Eymonton.'maintaln- ing Us fine systeoi or schools, Includ- ing high and technical gcuopla, al a rate of a.mills on the doltar." fn the face ot that, they were asked Lo roako Ihe same contribution per bead to the cities as they were to tbc rura) parts ot the province. The University Then Uie government "had 16 con- sider as well, said the minister, the question of the higher seats of learn- ing, the university, the school of tech- nology, the normal schools and. the schools of agriculture. They had ex- pended last year on Ihe uni- versity, which .was located fn the city of Edmonton.. That gave "a tremen- dous advantage to the people of that sTaTiOnErY nO rnOi-E sPeCuLaTiNg wE hAvE iT A well assorted line of STATIONERY anil OFFICE SUPPLIES. Call on vis, or (clcplionc and will call on you. Place you orders here and get what you require. OUR TURNOVER WITH SMALL PROFITS" SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ORDERS. PRINTERS STATIONERS 112 FIFTH STREET, LETHBRlnGE Auction Sale Register Farmers or ranchers, If you contemplate havlna an auction sale of farm stock It will pay you to see Ed. Poptiam, Ihe Bar- or.s auctioneer for dates. A Eat- Isfled patrcn Ii my beet adver- tisement. Have had 30 years' experience In raising hand- ling all kintfs cf live and knew the value of same. Thii U the secret of my success aj an auctioneer. SALE DATES ARE RESERVED, MARCH C. S. Noble, annual sate at West Farm, S- W. llobltroj-d. Ed, Popham, The Barons Auctioneer population ot his candid Impression vras thai tbe expenditure of Manitoba was worfcecl out on eduration and contribul-j from the standpoint of grain produc- ed In scbool grants. "We are'jllon, 'and the .Grain Growers. nearly ?2 per head m afd company bar! arrived at the schools; that la on the 1910 census." i Blase when Ihcy hc.d to come lo the In the rural districts, Ihe cost was [other provinces to belp theoi out- jry much greater per head for main- j P-remjer Sifton pointed out that the taming schools lhan in ihe-citles. In Farmers Elevalor. .company-in Saa- (he neir parts the farmers paid katchewan had always been under the per quarter section, and taking therconlrol ol Ihs goTemmcnl, but .so. far land al J3 per acre, the taxation would .39 Alberta was concerned (he govern- be 30 mills on the dollar 'or the main- i raent had held the view that the farm- ers aa far ns possible should conduct their own business. The only matter on which It was necessary for Ihe company ID consult the government was in regard lo the machinery to secure the amalgamation. He had said that so far. as he was concerned, he was In favor ;of the company-gel- ting tbe assistance provided nothing was done to Invalidate tbe security taken by the people of Alberta upon the elevators. The question did cas- ualty arfse, safd the premier, in reference lo giving help to the com- pany ID the future, and the company were informed wero not disposed to go beyond the money In the bank to their credit for the pur- pose ot assisting the erection of ele- vators up to lha end of the present season, A3 lo what .might fcc done later" on, tha company wero Informed that Uie government hncw ,-nolhlnff about the amalgamation, whether It would bfi for the better or worse, arid lhat no statement would be" made ol any kind of description In reference lo what the government would recom- mend the legislature lo do. That statement, concluded the pre- mier, was made cinlkllly and clearly. The bill was then read a second lime. Tbe house adjourned until Monday afternoon al three o'clock. Brutish soldiery, Germany has added cold-blooded slave-rajdirig.; j. Over "workmen have already been' Irom their homes and taken into slavery in unknown places.; The mothefs, wives and children who beg for their, release are by the Huns in utter despair. Neutral protests have failed-to change Germany's inhuman purpose, nor-can the Belgian rnanhood until the Teutons are 'crushed. But we.can save the women and children through tho. neutral I Belgian Relief Commission, .which is feeding three million of them. We can express our indignation, and ouf syriipatriy vrilh our wrongs, in a practical way, by giving more liberally than ever-to the Belgian Relief Fund. Make this a personal matfer! Decide what you can.afforJ to give, and send your subscriptions weekly, monthly or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or Treasurer ST.' PETER The Greatest, Most Efficiently Organized Relief Work The.World Has Ever Seen. 4B f F Contributions sent to W. A. BUCHANAN, Chairman Belgian' Relief Committee, Ltthbrldge, Alberta. Nolicc.to ramicrs We supplied you with help In tho fall of 1916 nnd scrernl years before. We. have made similar Arrangements la rnedt your demand ihls year Irom Lctibridpc .oltJctf'..' iL bridge, Calgary. J. HA.flRis 4 COMPANY Emplpyrnent Agents 824 Lethbridge and Calgary Duty off the Coast of-.Canada. Applications for'immediate service'as ofEcers in the Canadian Naval Patrols are'requested from ex-officers in the Royal Navy, Ihe Naval men holding Officers' Certificates in the Mercantile Marine. Seamen, Stokers and Engine Room Ratings are also wanted al once, PAY from P" day and and upwards lo dependents. Men from per day and separation allowance. Musi be sons o( British subjects. Ages 181645. Men from 18 to 38 are wanted also for immediate service in the Division of the R.N.C.V.R: Experience not recruits proceed at once to England for training; fl.lOadaymJfpitarJi. StparalhntuinC.E.F. APPLY TO THE ft1 DEAREST NAVAL.RECRUITING STATION or lo 'Ihe Naval RecraiUnp SccreUrr. 30S Wtllinglon SL, OLtiff- ;