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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / 1 i', f SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1018 CD: ietbbtibae Detail ^ XctbbriOae, Hllxrta' iv" DAILY AND WEEKUY, , ,y . , : _____ - ProprfetoM and Publiahsru' (THE.LETHBRIDQE HERAUtS PRINT. INQ COMPANY, LIMITED : S23 6th Street South, Ltthbrlda* , . . . W. A, Buchanan Fresldeni and ManaRlng Director ffohtt Tonanca -  Buslnew Manager 'Buatness TELEPHONES Office.......... omca .......... 1H3 1224 Subscription R�te�:. Bainr, aellYered, por week .JO Dally, delivered, per year ^.. .,>5.00 Dall.v, by, mail, par yenr .,....$4.00 VTeekly, bjr mall, per year ....Jl.BO .Weeklyi by mail, per r?ar tO)TJ.S..$2.00 town* tr-8 after tli�y get on the farms ore at'cordeil i)ropor treatment. . The .hoys, of course, will bo �paid wages jh proportion to their ability and to the current rates of .pay for farm , labor.' Rightly mauagcd the �?iiheine should'help'very materially lu the fo,od pf^fiuction cause, and should also work.to tho physical, nieutal and' that. There wero o.lher ways in which effective help could' b? dpue aud ho made ft plea for aisistauce for tho UKui l� putting 1u his crop. Testing'Seed, Grain Tho raembor urged it:0mpur80r>' test-ing of seed grain In future aud de-clnrod that It the novorhment had boen fls anxious to,Improve,toads and bridges as they professed t6 be durii\g flection time mu6h giipd would bo done. -  , ,....., ..j I In regard tothe siipplementafy rev- moral well-being of thousands of boys j ^^^^^ declared that the true ..THE PROGRESS .OF THE WAR ^ For the first time since the early � i mouths of the war the tlermans have , broken through British defeu.sive systems, frho overwhelming .nttack de- � livcred by the eneiuy on the St. Quen-tiu front, the point where their lino i approaches nearest to .P.-wris, forced a I break in the British lines last night, . I and the British are retiring in good or-7 dor to prepared posilions varther wesX. > The break has come in tlie line be-Vtweeu St. Quentin and-La Fere alK)|it �.^.15 mllo^'east of tho former.'.place. ' Jlera tho line bends sharply towards I'Paris, and it is here evidently that ' tlie Germans plan to make good tlieir � ^oast of penetrating to the capital city. who oflicrwiso would spend tho sura-niar vacation about the streets .of tlio cities. The fact that tho Y.M.CjA. is taking the responslblHty of looking after the boys gives strong assurance that they will not be over-worked or otherwise ill-used. "Tlie* Ijpys lot l.ethbrldgff siwnn ttr be basis of taxation .Avas the Assessed value Ot the lands.. Hon. Mr, Marshall Hon. Duncan .Marshall, iiumorously coiiimeiiting that th'o raembor tor Strathcona seemed to have supported the union goverri^enl b'ocau^o it had relieved tho province of tho. former prime minister and had given them in- , , ,,,,,,,,'stcnd .1 man of the chhracter and Qfire very keen to go, about i.> signing up , j^^, present premier, as 5.o'on as'the lists wero opened. ,Tho �'- ......j , boys CAU do much to help and should be given overj^ eucouragement. SELLING CITY BofioS TO OOR CITIZENS. Since Canada's undoubted success with last, year's victory Loan .i:ain- through In ^ec^rd tinlb.^nd m tli� dir-Ision; moU'awBy tinder tite t'orr�ntb of shelfa .4ad'^iilleta fresh ones'ar.e tltrtirln.::',-,'!;.-. � ,-- W, vj, B^'oivcelebratefl his. B8th tp go mad in batches in the lielghbor-,'birthday on March 18 hti'od Qt Ansa, Craig, Ont,  Dr, Conroy, ono'ot the best known >.A Urge.steel plant is to.be estab-'physldiins,of Princo Edward Island, IWhcd-.by iiIe;w-York capltMlsts on the is dead, aged 6B,>  NorthTA^nret thb�{Eraser River, B. C. \ r-.' ' - � M� .i- . r , i-*-; 1 :Dr..Pet.er Conroy, aged 65, one of Forty tractors have been'ordered the best-knowfnpUyslcIans in Prince by Ontario farmers from the Provln clal goTemment.^ Edward Island,-died In Toronto. 1 J- , ..Four dental students who. neglected A discount'of 2 per cent Is being to take the military training prescrlb-matto by PoVt Huron banks on all.Can-, edhad their eketaption canceled, adla^i money they handle. 1 _ _ - , - 1 Alox. "T,, Armstrong, one Qf the most � ei^atham mechanics voted for .the-'promlnent citizens of Millbrook, Ont., elimination of compulsory, vijccina-, died suddenly iit tUo breakfast table. Dr. John Nell, Moderator of the Presbyterian ; assembly, and rocen,tly tion. Tho Baptist Sunday schools of Brantford are endeavoring to provide returned frota the front, says the Can a school in India for Rev. Dr,Mcl.aur-: adian soldiers, genoralljr ure leading in. He, Wits sure he -voiced tike sentir monts of most members of the house when be said' they regretted very inucli thd loss of tho man who had led ; "^oioHy heid't'he enom'v,'but'c'orapall ho legislature tor a number of ye,.rs. i uis withdrawal. On Thursday He had imprinted his hand on legisla- gyp, w thrQe"dlvisions of Germans tion that had made Alberta fantous as rost1.^ert'r,;umber of guns throng ^vJ!!;�J*"!=?.;Jl"r,"'^ P.^,�Br��:ientering.ourbarrage. G shells have slve laws in Canada. Whlle._he had  ;,eg, largely used.and. we havb been 'Notice appears In the Canada Ga- cleanvUves, morally.; Dr. Johfi Nell has .arrived home from zette of the suspension of the Can- the front to'act as moderator ot tho nda temperance act in King's coun-i Presbyterian .general assombly in Tor ty. Now Brunswick. A fruit conference has bpen called! onto in June. The bull sale in Calgnry'the last Montreal is advertising $5,000,000 ot sly. per cents to the people of Canada. .\ closer home experiment is at Rfj- -.The enemy, however, is. 'sacrUiclng i ^j^^ ^^ete an effort will be m.-,do to .;amri7mg numbers of men. � isesti-! j^^ooCOOO of debentures to -.her ; mated that 000,000 men have been en- ; Kegardins the expert- .Vgaged thus far in the offensive, aloag^l^enl the Regina Post suys: One million dollars' worth of City of Regina Gold' Bonds are being offered to the public at a price which yields the Irlvestor six aUiI- three-quarters' per c^nt The issue is being made by the entire front, and ,'pf these^ stupen-: ( dous numbers have been put out iof Inaction by the British. > -.;� The fighting is continuing in inten-'!, sity along the whole front. ! ALBERTA FINANCES i IN GOOD CONDITipM, i: Alberta's financial position as - set forth in Hon. C. R. Mitchell's budget speech Tllursday is.very good consid-1 aring the strain of tlie past three years. I It shows our finances in a healthy conr i'-dit!on-wIth~-n6 hlnf tii'a:f^e''-�ylii haW to default on oiir debts, | 'i(ew provincial taxes ^^o meet the increasing' ei'perises of the goyeriiUeint, Hon. -Mr. Mitchell hssumes that this should not be too great a burden in view.of the fact that Alberta last year produced wealth, to the.,eztent of *333,-000,000, .or more'than ?500 for every man, woman and child in tlie province. . ^ The new expenses we will be compelled to.provlde for are mostly in the care, of tlie returned soldiers,, better health administration and more money tor 'educational purposes. All these are worthy, and out of our prosperity we should easily meet the added demand. Horn Mr., Mitchell reported that the Dominion . Government bad accepted the recommendation of the ,province that the fund from tho sale if school : lands bo Invested in Dominion securities at'5 pen'cent. instead ot left to draw only 3 per: cent, in the bank. This will increase the amount of revenue available for educational purposes almost 60 per cent., which .will be a very valuable contribution to the "ever-growing needs in that direction. acquainted with the excellent security offered )�y th^ bonds will sujjscribe. The issue is 'sbinewhat of an experiment, and has prol>ably been -niade with a recollection of the notable-success, met. with in'the sale of Victory Bpnds^ It is to-be greatly hoped that tlieVpnhltit, wUlATespond,, because, for some years'to c'inie'Dtrtlfd'e capital is going to be-increasingly difficult to .aeog|:.S�'>�4;?�y''.'l,^VSlpP.J9R'-.vyhlpli, Jt is intended" to uhdertake will depend largely^on capital available withiB^-the. province")- .�' , ' .f-fc;  'i' *� means of an appeal through the ptiblic j jajgeiy beciiuse.' of the co-operation, press'in the'expectation that citizens , enthusiastic support of the farm-and-others \vltli money to inves.t, and i |, themselves, and he would welcome Mr. SIfton's Fln6 Hand , , ' ^*^v'' ; , He had some hopes Of that govern- London, MwcH^ 23.-'The. German ment just because he was in It. and .newspapers ref ect.- a feeling Qf cpn-Ihey had seen his hand In free tract, i "^^ncf concerning the present opera-ors, and free cattle, and as ho was an ! "ons In the west, though the serloasf exceedingly enthusiastic free trader  is recognized, ac- h^ (Mr. MarshalDrstm had some i'^''^^'ns IDutoh News Agencies, liopea the tariff on'agricultural implements- would be removed and that some more progressive legislation would emanate ..from the house of comlnons. ' � � �. eomiiig to speak of-his department the minister said it was' snccossful every Dominion experimental farm, .�'Fairs On th^ subject of fairs he said he would like tofleOitctiif^ianji colt-ahow-s to get the :bna lira interested. The departmaift nail? decli|ed,t# co-op-etate with'Ipaevf to Imiiaing^iip the small fairs Allfo*Br,^tlie ^country, and at'; Ottawa by D. Johnson, iJominlon 'Woek in March wlUjbo tho biggest evor fnilt commissioner, for March 26 and held In the world, 'There are 240 con-27. , - itrlbutors and 130,cars will bo,requir- ed to bring .the*Btock. The entire staff of public and high achol teachers ln..St. Thomiis threaten to resign unless given an increase in salary of at least $200 par annum.v . , Triplets were born to S. and Mrs. Shttstermau/.Toronto.. Two boys, each weighing five pounds, and a girl of �Idur pounds, are now added tp a fam-The.speed of steamers entering or | "V of three children. " leaving Halifax harbor has been fixed at not. more than six knots an hour by order in council, government steamers excepted.: In the Brockville police court, three for In- merchantsywere fined $25 each, violations of the pure food act. At a ifteetlng of the two executives at Regina, it was decided to merge the SiiBkBtchewan, Implement Association .with the--Saskatchewan , Retail I Merchant-Assbclation. 'After twenty years' official service torU with keen interest. .The suoo^ss. of the plan means much to Canadian cities. "^c-'i./-; ' ; Hlndenburg says "God willing." "We do not believe He is. with thIs'oWect In *i^ an Ideal prlie. the help of-all agricultural organiza-1 list was'belng5p^par�a. tions In tlie province in the promotion During last year, he informed the of the welfare and better condition of .house, the wojnfltt^insUtute had in: agriculture in the province. I'creased over 100 per cent'in member-" Schools of Agriculture The war by enlistments, he said, had greatly handicapped the work of the schools ot agriculture, but notwithstanding,, this th.y had, 355 more students the last term nine nj6fe"^t3i'aii in .stto^prevToitiiVjrear.'. ^''r^-^r^^^m^.i [. ,Thia w^s dite in part, to the Ikrmers sending'. tlijBir .yoiingeV' sons tp tho schools- w^ch wag more^Loi* less in spector Rickey, of Ottawa, was "the .with the-boards of governors of- tho con^plainant. j Victorian order of Nurses,-J. M. Court- , - � ! ney, C.M.O.. Vetirod and was succeed John Probyn. aged 68, tor many '1''X Dr. Thbmas'Cibs'on. years a mall collector at London, Ont., j - ,  died* In Victoria hospital fromi Mr. Edwin Colemanl a member of injuries he received when his mall cart the prominent TJ. E. L. family, died -was struck by an automobile driven last nifeht at his home in Toronto. He by Arthur Harrison, son of "Wesley had been in lil-hoalth for sonio time, Harflson, undertaker. ; but his death" itKis unexpected. ' was 63 y6ars-6t age. in Charge of'war sorTloe;badges. Ha will ,bo, nttaolvod; to ,.th,o heitdejUftrlQi 4^ � William Short of Seattle, president ot tho Washington State Federation of Labor, will join a delegation ot American union officers lnvlt,ed by the British government to visit BnKland sad confer with British trade unionists Capt. Grant Hooper, B�i ot Mrs. AdolphuB Hooper, ot, Hay. u>d Opi. Wllllnm Jeffrey, son ot Mr. and Mrs. George Jeffrey ot tisbome, Ont., h�To both been awarded Military Madals for distinguished oondact. Thtir b�in-Ghlet, has approved the awarding ot the tirst new American Military crosses tor extraordinary he-, rolsm. The roolpleiits are (Lieut, John 0. Green, Sorgt. William Norton ud Sergt. P. Nalsb. ' , Had it not been tor tjie presence el mind ot WllUam Schmidt JUmond Whlteloy, aged six, son ot Mrs. Ben Whlteley, Stratford, would .hare drowned. He was playing with his little sister on tho north side ot the. ornamental basin belQW the dam at the wost end ot Lake Victoria and tell In. For tailing, to appear tor medloal examination after he hsid registered In Saskatchewan for mUitmr'nervloi, Richmond L'tHbureux was sentenced to two years in tho penitentiary at Nelson, B.C. His medical category 1b "C," which would indicate that had he submitted to medical examination he would not have been called. * Switzerland now shelters 26,000 Interned war prisoners, according to a recent .census. Sixteen thousand are French, English and Belgian, while 10,000 are Germans. In addition, 7,000 relatives ot interned men are vIsltlnR here. Owing to the scarcity of food no further visitors for a long stay'wlU be accepted. J. Dlx Fraser, manager ot the Atlko. kan Iron Company, addressed a largely attended meeting of the Port Arthur board of trade on Joining up with Manitoba, and was enthusiastically applauded for expressing the opinion that Thunder Bay District would be bettor off as tho eastern part ot th^ western provinces. He -Joseph A. Sussfelnd and his brother, tiv,�>.. i,o= Horry J. Susskind, collected $750,000' Lieut.vCol. James LIghtfctot has gross in tips for checking hats ^ and been appointed inspector for tho Do-coats-in New York restaurants and minion police for Military District No. hotels in seven years, according to -10,- with headquarters at Winnipeg. sWp"whicli waa'now over 8000. These ' statements made in the supreme court Captain Caldwell,-M.-C., of.Rainy^Rlv-organizations had last year contribute In Brooklyn. ' ,, er. will act as 8econ the Allies are ready for his Ayprst." , for the Bale of thBC;P;R. laitds. Proceeding" the.mipiater said there ous ed department . pure^seedj grain ,and mentioned that' ! seed Vheat had recently been shipped to New Brunswick which waa going to try and raise its own wheat this year and so conserve the more wheat for the allies. ^s- DalryJProducts Mentioning that last year the dairy products had amounted to $12,300,000 and that during the same period the department had graded 98 per cent of the butter ot the province Mr. Marshall claimed that the exceptionally high standard of tbR Alberta product was due to the system of grading the government had Introduced. He welcomed tq^the house pan Mor-1 kerberg, a man who had done so much ' 1 tor the butter Industry, and whose ad- government to give immediate atten^'", ion that'women - can assist Produc-'OSSWt'hVde'Slri*^^^^^ by V relifeylng , pen sin citlds.i )Bl,of�akin�'action to Increase th, ^ro^'jralther than theni8elves..>,vorking on "faVins. � � " ' ' -r"  �� ' ' ^" *� �, , ,� of tiie 'Michigan According,to ain order- published at Edmonton city, council-has. not tlie' confidence ^ot'the people of tlrat'^Ity, Hon. ;r.-iR. Boyle is said to ha-ve de-j clared ..beforeva^ legislature oopmlttae. Seems to bea habit in Alberta oltiesi these days, ' - . was no use talking-aboiit building new (vice would be so-valuable an acqulal-.schools/ot agriculture'now with the ; tion to tho legislature, and alludingto cost of labor and jnatDXIaldouble what the dairymen's act, said he did not feorge .'Lane,; the famous oldTtlme;; rancher, ^waar jl^^tiie city..'yesterday,| and he radlated"ni"dre optimism than ever, Mr. Lane can see nothing iDut-tiiei brightest kind of, future.for this-pro-! vince., He has lived hero so-loii^, too, that his opinion is worth sonlethliig. .4'-", 'j- -j The; .German"'"petice without annex-atlons'.'_'effort of last-year ��yas:a'frbstj and!-ih'e,*itufe^Uhs':�eil 'for'"it,- getting b85ly'.%'fro�l\h>"tehl'j' The only -\V�y; to, belleve;:(th,e-.Vl\i't\ Is! 4!oVbeat blmj into .insensibility and^then dictate to'lifm. ,........-.....- *Sontljfarri'j.\^5erta''t6 oxperleiiclng th'o ..tbat.ihJA .Wednesd^ rgroatestJ'fand 'activity in hVf'history' 'f. V'".';^,?i'5'll'?^^fbufft'u'uota''boom.^;'rh'e buyers today are actual settlers, whp.^ are vbrlngin^ CALGARY DOESN'T LIKE WEDNESDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. ^According to the Calgary News-Te-. legram- the people of that city are sorry, now that they decided by vote to hang Xhe "nothing-doing" sign on Calgary stores every Wednesday afternoon. The.News-TelegramiMBS it. ^.tills way: , ' '.Aside altogether from any^doplsion .that may be -entered by the"le�rneTi' .Judges as to' the-iconstitutionaltty oi rotherwise of^tjie earlyeloping b^l^yj � governing the. retail stores-lOf the'-city| of Cklgai7, th'ej News-Tdlegram/ls of; the firm beliot,that.tlMil .We' ' ' afternoon closing ed measure, and is a distinct handl-i cap to the whole city. Werepcondltlons such that a large voIume>^f' surplus . help were i^availaljle 'for"- 'busluess houses, wersC^t^ieretDo.lirgfeAUcalli' for Increased labor and-the'maximum ipfb-, duction, there might be some excuse iCor putting the shutters upon Business Calgary pvery Wednesday afternoon. When'the request is madej tol'ock the doors and haj^g out th'e shutters upon nearly. Vvery retail .establishment one: afternoon each week,^ during a litije when probably ten million soldiers labor from twelve to twenty-four hours^ every-d'ay to protect civilization, and when the demand at Uutne is for hard y work, long hours and renewed effort in order to feed those men as well as ourselves-rwoV, the request, .in our opinloA; Is prijust. .Wfair and absurd. 'LethbrJdfe people wh9 have visited , 8i�lepy Hollow in> a-Wednegday-'aftiJr-uoon.are-Jn entlrcagreemeut. '--^ "SOLDIERS OF THE SOIL" MOVEMENT. , . To help along the campaign for lu-loreBsed food production, the Y'.M.C.A. : organizatlonv .at the itujg^estlon of tho :,09Hadaiov.':�i,, , >/ It ;wag> his expectation.; ti^at .one year after the war they.l-would hive trqm 1500 to,-2000'studpnts-ln .tljB Bch'ools of agriculture'lnithe piiovlnpe. The ilrst class would' b^^rad'uated from tho university,.tills/y'e.'vr^.;...';'^' Imp'orta'nce of Ensil.age ' *-.Emphasizing, the,Importapce of en-eljage ,thi.s .year he said tU^t it would be another.camiiaign f or the conserva-tlpn.of grain,the;w6rk,t,he 'department was dblng /to ^e'cureJf ilos.for'thedalry fanners;and'he.turged. stocJ(t(.breeders to get slloa as well.,.. ,-'..* . ' He had ;beon/neg'dtlatlng.'vwlth four fJni�s>to get tho cjosjsfc wholesale prld; OS, and'the silos would be'delivered, to tho farmers.at cost. '�....i. � ^ . InjTagard to the'demonstration tarmB he> said: tho -.^oVcniinent had > decided' that'"they ,would be operated for what public aervice'Hiey would-give to tho provlntjo at:il'ie;'bairi'b'^tlme� keeping in mi/id iliat tliey were'going to endeavor .....every .'year .to nS.ako tho expenditure todays und the revenue meet, They would j owleavor, - in '.-itli^.- tiit'ufe .,!,to pro Pio'k -up.-an -American paper- any day now, ^nd you .can turn to the casualty lists.: Uncle Sam Is boglnnliiB to !f;;.n-!i Lnow what rani war'is'. And if, * aa ex> ' President Taft'stafed ih^ otncr tuy, the war Is to last three years moro, then will our American cousins know inv^iv truth what war ^s;- T. M. Twoodle of Calgary made his niaiden speech-in the House'of Commons on Thursday/and, Uje burden of ;it| .was that the ^se'p9.^at1on fund tov ^dependents hod'-ndtbeenestabtlshedo;! a basis of Justice and equity; Having !heen.*,iifaslj^enti^' tho Southern A], bortO| branch pfjho PatrlQtlc^Fupd jor Mr. T>veedlu'.isliouUl know lion of the farms and the receipts had' been $10,828. V.: , ; ' Spdalilng of tli6 grain production on the larins lie said that at Clarosholiir v,'hor0 the luost w'Kpat was grown the yield had beciu 49 busitels to tho aero, and lie added that it hftd boon fissured out thjit tlie actula cost.qf the produ(!-tlun of a bushel of'wheat was 50 contH; . However, If wheat wero "sold at the present time In the opon'-lnarket tjio price would run to threQ.i^ii(l a half and p'rpljsblyfpur dollars aidd this Ipd tho minlstp'r tgipolnt out,thlil(',in fixing the price-of'Wheat tUq.ldea"'wtts to fix tho, mujflraum.(he farmer watild fl-lo.-,Yed to receive. . , iV ' Boys and Girls the Hope Doclarlng that tho hope agrlcul turn lay In tho hearts and mlndB oMUo hoya tind girls lie said that'a^ic,ultural iMJuutitlon was his gof^el/'aitd it was lor that ro(iHon ho wa8',^[ao'to fell tlie know where' the Tidicn'ous story had originated that the depfirtment was going to prevfent cream being shipped more than 40 mil6s., The department, -the minister said, was now doing the same for the egg and poultry industry as it had done for the butter, and was Introducing a system tor the grading ot eggs. On the livestock/Industry be-said that every man wh'o was laying, in a founda,tion stock.of puce.br^d horses and cattle, was lading a sound tounda-: tionfor: his ownf; tortnn.e',' and. at' the#^ubo that 40 per cent.o|'.\he-Jtudenl8 burn has l^gun a ienoral r^organiza- 'i^^^'^^^it^^^i^^noX PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Garner 4th Ave; and 8th .Street 9. Rev. ;Capt. A. H, Oenoon, Pastor - Rsv.tW. I?. Burns..Acting. Pastor. .i^Resular cer'^lces at.ll u.m, and 7.30 19 b.my.-Boys Qepartment. 12.30'a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class. 3.30. p.p. :;pig Brothers' Bible Class, j 1.00 p;m,l'.-'Other Departments ot Sunday Schopl ' ;4 p.m.: Chinese Class. Jffuslc: Anthem, "Holy. Redeemer," METHODIST -  - Wesley Ghurch-� Rev. Chas. E.'Cragg, B. D., Pastor. Residence 220 11th St. 8. Phones: Parsonage 4Q4, Church Study 408 Claude Hughes, Musical Director 11 a.m.: Morning Worship. p.2-no6n: Bible School and Bible Classes.  ,7.SO,p.m.: .Evening Service: The Rev. D. H.'^Tolfer, M.A., B.D, of Carman-gay .will.preach morning and even- lng��..,��,,^. '..��V ' � St. CypdaniB .Church Cor. 11th Street aiitf fth' 'A>^i'. Sduth. Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen. S.A, Rector Matins-U a. m. Sunday teheel.end Bible Classes, a p.m.; EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-lit eni Srv Ban. days at 8,00; Snd^andltli Sundays at 11 �,�. ' Baptism-4th Sundays at ij^.u. fp�e, 'And , ^'most in|ii tlve.ap ' lortor. rfe.woll 'edwp*J t. .TiiB?als,?y*l) ruBlo: A'4them, "Holy ueueemer, ,, ing. ;, , ,i. .,..,, '(Arcailelt); Solo, ."Tho .Heavenly .toslC for SlmflayUfi follows: "How f-dates," (Brlggs), Miss Simm; Ad.-^ Beautiful That Brlngeth Peace," V.ihem, "NcJaref My.God to Thee,V (gtalnor)Solo, Miss McBride; "The , - f . .i_ . � i.-.ji, - , -wrnv, Tat.T.nii'i^.fnirt Drearv." (SulUv- \-7.30. .p.m: to proclaim Hhfl glad tidings of the tibn;rn;,ffte;uiilv6ffllty/c?The3r hjjd^tfc^d npth'l?�B. to add ,�ttnd�y vond Thursday�'BerHcei/< ^ Everybody Weloeme ;