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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta tv PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGEDAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 18, I91G BUE liiBB 1 Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Has your niorniiiii cup of i-olVof a lull rich flavor and (Iclicalc aroma? if not asl; for Blue lliblxm colVcc wiu-n i;ivinii your ucxl onU'i' and notice llu' (lillVriMK-c. You \vill In- aijri'cably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea. ColVee. Baking Powder. S])iees and I'-xlracIs all one ii." (Stniiiori, Big Sisters Clu,-^.- ai I-.::..' Big Brothers' am! Boys' lli'imrin.t-'.u of Uio Siinclay .;r!iool at 2 |i.m.: OUier (Ippanmcms at ;;. Cliiu's>- Claii^; at 1 )).iu. I ANGLICAN St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. HKCTOI! Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright. M. A. Holy L'uuinuuiiou at S a.ui. Matins-at 11 a.iii. Evensong-^.Vt 7.;'.i' \). nt. Si!nday School-.U I'l a.ui. .Molo fri'iiuenl pngseiigor li'O on jdio I.fllihrldm'-Wi'ybiiru branch Is dc- 'shvil li; till- l)iis(n�'*s iiH'ii of I.edi- i briilRc. .\t the bonril ot tnidp moei- I ins ln>=i nlfjlit till' niattcr wii.s broacli-i'd by I". W. Downi-r. I'residont .Mnr- j iiocli ri'lilit'il IliHt 111- had just sent a lli'tlor to .Mr. Uiikfr. one of the 1'. I". I .V. ' loadois in tlit> .Mtonido distiici. jvirpiui; him to huvo thp l'. .\. lo- icals ihroni;hoiii tlia! conntry potiiton : .\otln.i; Siipt. .\li-..\rlluir of the (V I'. K. ht'ic lo this end. , fn-.-^iiteni Maniocli .Mav.^- a ri-^'unu' of tlu- work undei'taUt-n by tlio i-oiiucil [of the bd.'tid since tlu- last ivgiilar Imectinj:. and als^o outlined sonio of ithc huslnt'ss nndortakon at tlu- n-coiu jnioolinjr In Winnippi;. which has al- i ready boon reported in llm lloiald. : Anioiit; other matters dealt wiili �was the iiitonial elevator inieslion. ' Mr. Unnbain reported that petitions conlainin(j at least 1000 names have already been forwarded to llie aiitliori- I ties at Ottawa, while furtlief petitions are lieiiif; received daily. (1ne petition lontnined the names of II.". farmers li\inK west of t'oiitts. The Otta- ! wa aiitlioritics have promised lo sive I the nmtier serious consideration. ! I'elilioiis are also beinj; forwarded : to Vice-l'resldent I'.runt Hall of lite jC. P. H. from tile lariuors in the Tn- I rin district, nrfiina: tlie early con- istniclioii of a railway from Commerce �llirough that country and connectini; I with the Ki|i|)-Sii(Iipld line. : Arbor Day I Siipt. Kalrlield of the KxpVrimental ________ KariM raised'tlie oiiestion of the date i i of Arlior Day. lie said it was so late} Orders issued yesterday by the ^ ill the spring that the object aimed atjllillli Kilties designate the various was niished. He thought that for I ompauies to which the ottlcers ot the Southern Alberta the date should bo ' I" 1 and 2 pound cans. Whole - jrro 11 nci - pii 1 veri z ed - also Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE & SANBORN, MO.NTRUAl,. 161 JL KILTIE OFF ASSIGiO A MPANIESi I-'ernle, .\lnrcli 37, (Special (o Uio lloiuld)-Lieut.-Col. Mackay, of the lOTtli Kootenay roBlniont, Is reslKiiiiiR Ills uoaitton as eomwandnnt at the i .Morrl.ssey intnninient cnin)i. ('aptalii � I'^vuiib of \'iclnrla taking his place and relieving I.lent. .-Vstley (hooper, now in eliai'ku of (he interned men. Iwlio will come to l-'ernle and he ace-Olid in eommund of the 2:;r>Ui Hat-' tnllon. ! Femling the seltloment of iletails jas to securing the macaroni fnctor.t Ifor harrack.s, a leeriiltlng olllco will be opened in the Heck building up I town, .lolin ("ampboll IaiwIs, Kaino warden In this district, familiarly known as .lack Lewis, has voUintoeicd as a private, but will likely he in line lor h commission. There are many applications for eommlssious in the i battalion, among them being Hon. W. 1|{. Koss, minister of lands in the pio-I vincial government. All comiiany commissions will he or 'the rank of lieuteiuuit and iiroiiio-lloiis to the biglier ranks will follow elllciency records of applicants. For the Red Cross ! Tlie ladles of the Kernie Ited fitiss sooioly hate jiisL mode another ship-; ment of Red Cross supplies to ^the ' bead ollice in ''roronto. The sliipmeni weiglied (iTO -pouiuls and wn.-! made up as follows: lO.S pairs of SOX, lO.S pillow cases. 4S : shirts. TL' hand to^vels, Ti; linth tow-icls, l!i llannelette night shirts, (11 surgical shins, ici suits pyjamas, 1 dozen isheets, 2 cliolera belts, ; linen lunidkerchiors, one parcel old i linen, one bundle cheese cloth dusters, ,s-in surgical iiads, 1221 wiiies, ' lOy compresses, -lltS T bandages, ItlS ! 'surgical bamlnges, 2:!-l abdominal i prj|binders and l.'O many-tailed bandages.! a total of 18711 articles. 'Crown Brana Jpopn Sypup POUR IT ON PORRIDGE YOU can't imagine how deliciou.s a dish of Oatmeal Porridge becomes when it is sweetened with "Crtnvn Brand" Corn Syrup. Have it for breakfast to-morrow -waU;li the kiddies' eyes sparkle with the first spoonful-see hosv they come for 'more'. ^ ----- Much cheaper than crenin and sugar-better for the children; too. Sprcitl the Ilrcail with "Crown Jirainf"-serve it on Pancakes and 1 lot Ui.scuits, on lUanc Mange and Hakcd Apples-nst it for Candy-Making. ^ in llnvorthiin "eniwii Ilmiirt'. You iniiy jircfcr It. J ASK V01;R OROCER-ih 2, b, to d 20 lb. Tins THE CANADA STARCH CO, UMITED Mftlccrs of the I'"nmre:s KdwnrilsljurR llmnds. \Vorl;s-eiirrtin:il-lImiit(urd-.lMirt William, llcnd Olllfc  . - Montreal 1 Old Dutch quickly removes stains and spots from such things as oil-cloth table tops EBAIE ON St. Cypritin's Church Cor. 11tn Street and 8th Ave. South. \>}' hetween April 20th and Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen. B.A.. -^'ayor flardie seconded the f^gctor suggestion and a resolutiou along Matins. .11 .i.m. Sunday School and 1 "'O^e lines was unanimously adopted Bible Classes 3 p.m. St. -Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicoi. M. A., Regular Services morning and eve ing. Sunday School at 2 and 3:15 p.m. Hardleville at 3.30. i:\'H.\SO.VG 7.:;ij p.m. Holy Communion-1st and ;'>rd Siiii- days at S.;.!0; 2nd and 1th Sunda.vs ai 11 a.m. Baptism-4th Snnila.vs at 4 p.m. asking the provincial authorities to eliange the date to one more suilabh lor the south country. battallonare to be attached. Follow-| ing is the list: I .\ Company-Capt. Skelton, Meut. i Scadden. l^ieiit. .Vsnoitli, Lieut. Horn, Lieut. .Mewburu. ALBERIA B (CuNrixii:!) �ijoM KitoxT Paok) METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone '04 g^^'^^-g^,,^^, ^^^^ r. a.m.: "The Life Plan o. Jesus. ., .. j, ,, Kvensong at 7.;;o. SHAMROCK FROM JOHN REDMOND Washington, .March 17.--l'resident Wilson celelirated St. I'altick's day I o �m  r-u u today by wearing a green necktie and ! St. Marys Church a sprig ot shamrock sent him by John icor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C, N. Kedniond. the Irish .Nationalist leader Holy Communion - Kvery. Sunday in the British parliament. moruiiig at .s a.m. '__ Choral Eucharist on the 1st and :;ril riuiidny.- of the month- at 11 a.m.. and on all lligli Festivals. Matins on the 2tul and 1th Sunday at 11 a.m. |).in.: itible School and .tdult Classes. 7.uO p.m.: 'The Garden of Eden; Where Was It. and Where Is It? 'I'liesc are Hie first of two series through-Lent. on "The Human Life of Christ," and "The Present Struggle for the Cradle of the Race." Music: The sjiecial anniversary music will be repeated at the services tomorrow. All Seats Free and a Hearty Welcome BAl'TIST First Baptist Church Rev. D. Ross, Pastor II a.m. and 7.:;i) p.m.: The pastor will lU'eacli ai both services. .Vodii: Kible .School. PENTECOSTAL Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor 10 a. m.: ('hiUlren's Class .Meeting. 11 a. ui.: Children's Topic, "Nibs." Sermon, "The Banquetting House." 2.4.") p.m.: Sunday School. 4 p.m.: .Men's Own. Speaker. Rev. IJavId Ross. Topic. "Down in the Devil's Den." 7.;'.0 p.m.: Topic. "Behind Prison Bars." Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church Sr.VU.VY-11 a.m.. romemberins tlie Lord's death. Kvening, 7.:io. Hos-pe! ni'-eting. Tl'lCSDAV-!i p.m. I'rayer and The Word. THURSIJAY-S p.m. special waiting upon (Joil (of till' Baptism of the IIolv (Ihost. A HIOARTY W1:LC0:\1K 'I'O ALL Get Rid of Pimples-Quick Little Blood Purifiers That Wo.rk Like a Charm Costs Nothing to Try Them CHRISTADELPHIANS BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St, North, j Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham ' Believers assemble on the Lerd's i Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Ijav for the Breaking of Hi-ad at j Avenue South 11 ,., ,|i. j Wednesdays-at S p.m. Uible Class 1 Sunday School at ?, p.m. Sunday-At I! p.m.. to Cominemora.e I l^.J Preach no -a 7 "O u ... I i::%S,r';i:d".i^\n;;';./';;!e i^^^'^"^^^r:.^^r^-s p.m. \ LATTER DAY SAhNTS Kingdom of Ood. ISuhject: "The Land Question-Its Eternal ' Settlement to Its Rightful- - Heiri!. . Who are They?" j Church of ,leaus Chilst of Latter ALL SEATS KRKIi. .\0 COLLECTION- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th-Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m.. Wednesday Evening, Testimony me.-'t lug at 8. i>.'m. RE.^JJINO.ROOM OPKN TO KVERV-OXE DAILY; FItO.M I! to T. ...in. CHRISTIAN Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday School-lo.au a.m. ' Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary Association-Saturdav ;�, p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p".m. Visitors Always Welcoim-Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave. South, Phone 1493 SALVATION ARMY j 'services Held at the Citadel, 5tji St. Sunday-11 a.m.. Holiness .Meeting:; Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. South Sunday School, 10,30, followed Communion service, NO SERVICE IN EVENING ;! p.m. l-'raise .Meeting and vation Meeting. ;.;io Sal-; byi Saturday, S p.m., free ami meeting. lie would like to convince the gov-H Conii.anv-Capt. .McOuire. Lieut. ' P''"T^"' '"' urgent necessity o� Laub, Lieut." Hiscocks. Lieut. Jones. ]n lino to Grouard town. Mr. Lieut. Kirklmm. !Cote gave some valuable information C Company-Capt. Wallace, Lieut. mineiiils abounding in Alberta Watkins-llancock. Lieut. Tl.urber, i "' 'oiiched. The strength tak-Lient. Johnson, Lieut. .McGowan. i ^''^ ''oil by this year's crop D Companv-Capt. Uevine. Capt. I'^vould require .50.000 tons of phosphate .Mclvor. Lieut. Iver.-. Lieut. Scliolev, i of l'">e'" replace it. Potassium can ! Lieut. Cornell, Lieut. Lowe. : found in the e.\teiislve salt beds of 1 .Machine gun "ofticer-^Lie'iU. I'>ame. ,' tl"" north. We have in our minerals ! iUli the constituents necessiiry for ar-; rtiflcial feAilizers so that not ii pound i I would have to be importeil. He used , tliese aignmeiits to show the .lose relation between i.iglculture and tlie i mining industry. .Mr. Cote endorsed the new drainage act as designed to make thousands ot acres of wiiste land .capable of pi-odnctive cultivation. Largo a.'eas In the nortli need drainage quite as inucli as parts ot the south need irrigation. Mr. Patterson, Macleod R. Patterson, .Macleod, thought he should be on the land these fine days o TT * C Lf /-> 1  117- r xt . 1 tind would like to see the \.osslon call- oy Using otuarts Calcium Warers-iNaturared eariior. .m.-. Pntter.son, in welcoming Captain I'ingle home paid tribute lo the Canadians who have fought in Flanders. > They had shown great bravery and fought our battles. He followed familiar lines of criticism, condemning the public debt and interest charges. -Mr. Patterson complained that owing to proniisns made by the premier many .Macleod Conserva-tiv'os switched and voted Liberal. Air. Siftoii: ".Vpparently I didn't promise quite enough." (laughter.) Youngest Membe."'. � Joseph JlcCallum, A''egrev)lle, who i is probably the youngeKt-meniber in I the house, made his malde\i speech land replied to the ciiticisni of Messr.s. I Jiltcl.ener and Campbell. Rocky .Moun-I tain. Mr. JMcCnllum proved a fluent ; speaker, possessed of it voice of good , quality and made a pleasing luipres-' sion. A. Patterson, Peace Klver, I'ollow-I ed also in his maiden speech. lie ile-i voted the oarlior part of his liniu to � e.splaining wliy he voted against rail-i ways being built In the north coun-I try anil dealt extensively with luntters ! ot e.\clusivo interest to his riding, j Frank Whitesides, C'oi'oiiallon in an I excellent address reviewed tlio progressive policies introduced each year, all being opposed by the opposition, who seemed to think it their duly to oppose, 110 matter what Is proposed, ilcaliiig with the opposition of Mr. .Micheiier to the wild land tax ho cliar-ged that ,the opposition leader was ;out of touch Willi iniblic sentiment In i advoijatiiig a tux on the producer rath-i er than the speculator, j ivrr.-.Mlcheiior, rising, denied that he � opposed the lux. He advised cutting ;il in halL ,, , , ,/ ,, , . i Mr. Whltesiires, quoted the Calgary htuai./; I alciuii) ; strongly endorsing the tax, advocating its'liicreasB. lie quot-llier Conservative.papers lo show I the leader lagged bohinil his par-lii.pu.n blood is blue or black. Purl-' ty. An chairman of the public a..--fy if and it becomes ruby red. 'i'his 1 coiinlH commlttoe, .Mr. Whitesides re- wore without foundation, in tact. He also strongly endorsed the attorney-general's record re admlalKtration of law. Mr. .-Archer. Innistail, spoke next and created conslderabe amusement by attacking the appointment of Mr. Crawford ot Innisfail, to some position which he said covered his appointment as an organizer. RUSH OF NON-COMBATANTS . Ottawa, .March 17.-OfT.cialB of the lieadiiuarters staff say that whilst recruiting is going on briskly througii-out the country, and the different units are being lUled up in the regular way by applying to commanding ofll-cers of each battalion, the department of inilltla and defence is deluged with direct applications for positions of paymaster, chaplain or quarter.naster in the Canadian expeditionary force. The number of applications, they add. Is already far in excess of vacancies. Six C.P.R. conductors and three other men were committed for trial at Ottawa on a charge ot conspiracy to defraud the company. freckles 4 March Brings Out Unsightly Spots. How to Remove Easily. The woman with tender skin dreads .March because it is likely to cover her lace with ugly freckles. No mailer how thick her 'veil, the sun and winds have a strong tendency to make her freckle. Fortunately for her peace ot mind the perscrlption, otliino - double strength, makes it possible for oven those most susceptible to freckles to keep their skin clear and' white. No matter how stubborn a case of freckles you liavp, the double strength othlno should remove them. Get an ounce from your druggist and banish the freckles. Money back if It fails. HAS BRAZIL SEIZED SHIPS? Chicago, JIarch 17.-It is reported here In stock exchange circles that iira/.il iiub seized 44 Interned German ships. He-"Hov/ sweet you look." She-"It was only removing those horrid pimples. Stuart's'Calcium Waf- ; ers simply work wonders," Don't despair if your face is covercil ; By the '^nf.NleeMnried�"n"'siKV.;^^^^^^ ';>"V'"f "'"'"'"�'^- "^�""^'>"'�'' Wal^-rs your complexion wMll tak.! o.'t "7 11c Meeting, led by Sisteis. voui- body is ccveroil In spots with a fresher hue and a more na(ui-a! , Tiurfiday. 8 pm. Salvtilion .Meeting j tetter, .-ash, boils, etc. Just use Slu- senes of lints than ever befor, 1" tMtadel band in attendance. ; art's Calcium Watei-s lor a short time . ., jthat Rev. James Walker's wife died at GuelpU on Saturday two days after he passed away. easy; and see how quickly you will clear up ; your skin. Pimples anfl eruptions of all kinds ,., , , , ! come from the inside. The blood casts George W. Vcrral, a pioneer livery-(out the impui'ltles it contains and thus color showing beiieaih the skin is llie secret ot all beautiful complexions. Stuart's Calcium Wafers ai'e i-old sentod iMr. .Micheiier's assertion that an attempt was made lo stall an investigation, tie showed that the com- plant trees man and baggage transfer agent, of j pimples, boils, etc., appear. Cleanse !bv all druggists evervwiierc Price -,uii"'tt-oe meets regularly and only gives Toronto, as.signe(l. i the blood, stop tl.i^ poison froiii de-(cents a box. " ' |away occasionally lo othei- Important I veloping in tlie blood iiKKiie..i unri p|p|. 'committees which must of iioeeBslty jpjyj. ^^,1,1 ^..jtjij.,j jj. ,^^,,,. I A sample package will be mailed ; deal with legislation. Mr. Whllo- �^1. Stuart's Calcium Waters cvntain in If'''," ^" "U.^ono who will semi coupon ;Mdeb strongly criticised Mr. Kemmis a natural manner the greatest blood "^'"^^'' ! for saying that none hut ilrltlsh or purifier-Calcium Sulpiiidc. i _ (Canadian born should touch in the Calcium Sulphide and ilic oihei ----------- AND MAKE A REAU HOME and UETHBRIDGE A GARDEN CITY i THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE'HARDY, I-)IGH CLASS TREES AND SHRUBS AT REASONABLE RATES. EVER. GREENS, RUSSIAN POPLAR, COTTONWOODS, SHRUBS, CURRANTS'AND APPLE AND CRAB TREES. A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO. COALDALE, ALBERTA. ' gradients of these remarkable iittio! waters aro just what impure blood needs. Vou must know that the blood ; is rushing Ihrougli our veins very fast. '[ It lakes less vt'iaii a minute lor our, blood lo cover the eiillio body. Vou can thus readily see that Stu art's Calcium Wafers, when they enter the body, have an almost in.slaiil effect upon alt ImpiirllloB, iip matter where located whether it be, thi! lip of tJie nose or tlie oiids of the ,(�<.'.^, FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co., 326 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich. Send ine at once, by reliirn mail, a free li'lal package of Stuart's Calcium Wafers .S'ftini- ........... Street lUty Slaf'4 '^ I schools and said the aspersion on the , .'Vmei'lcan settlers was uncalled for. Such stutementa were designed to ' create a feeling undoslrablo at tills I time. . American settlers have given i dollar, for dollar In the Red (Jross and patriotic fniiils with Ihoir Hrll-ish and (Uinadlaii neighbors. Mr.' vyhliosldoH strongly supported the dopitrtmiuit of nducutlon and pro-cooding claimed that the province was ill a strong iiosltloii lliiaiiclHlly More Wbineii Needed in Canada To make Ammunition for Home C onsumption -Usin.