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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX ruv, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1917 Govt. Anxious to Prpmpte! Co-operation in Province? i _ This Is Object of Government In Introducing Co-oiicrativc f.oun' An Experiment I'HKSHYTCltlAN i Knox Church Corner 4th Avt. and Sill Strut S. Rev, Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acllna Pastor. Regular services al 11 a.m. iiuJ 7.30 Music: Anlliora, "Seek Thee (he Solo, "My Ilctoin- cr RtiJ My Lord." UucK Miss Sknni; Amlicin, "Tho Sun Shall Ho Xo WooJn-ard. 10 ii in.: Uoys Department. IS.i'O a.nl iiij Sisters' Hibjp Class. '1.00 p.m.: Big llrolhers' Httile Class. I .OH IP. DI.: Other day School 4 p.m.: Cljiaeso Class. of Sun- 6T. ANDREW'S WESTMINSTER Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor Parsonage U7I 5th Ave. N. phone 1655 JO a m.: Children's Class Mcellne. 11 a.m.: ChlMrcn's Topic, "The Sec ret of Success." Sermon, "A study 2 p.m.; All'Departments ol'Weslnilns- Icr Sunday School. i p.m.: Adult and Youns Peoples Uible Class In Parsonage. 3.1J All Departments of St. Sunday School. 7.30 Topic1. "Lol." Fourth address on "Six Pantaleuch Character! Their Message to Men of Today." B.Vl'TIST First Itoplist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Rev. C. Baker, Patter Srrvicts ,il I) a.m. and 7.30 p.ra, SuWc-ci: Chilian's lights." Subject a.m. AJilrcfi, "Head- Sermon, "BscV al the fpprrjal lo tlje Kdinonlon, March bill ore- nlillf: HIL> Alberta provluclal forro was rt'mirled .Mr. TwceJIe: Tho tanks will loa.il un to tlio [nil oitent or iLu provincial police i gocnrlly. mtiinn I Mr told that Iho burden of the wliolc liouso nt tho ellllns of I was on Iho .banks to ?crullnlre: Ihe the leplslnture yesterday alternnou I mid that they would refuse, ami will bo Blveu Us second reading lo loan wliero'they considered n' so- on Tuesday nesi. Prosresa was nindo clely was carelessly He. Spring, or the Source ct Missionary In commiltec wllh tlio coaperalivo' ajdeil lliat lha pJoVliice and B wuiikl. Impulse." I credit measure durlns Ilio r-ollEliicra-i pallty would lie nbsuliilely oil an Subicct p.m. Sermon. "The Master lion ot which lion. C. R. Mitchell, In fooling. MistaVt of Judas, or the Logic atic' speaking of (lie object, slid thai Hie do not Ealcl tile pro- Tragedy of Materialism." acl was intended to enable s man! vlm-lal treasurer, "'that' Iho ova-rallon SunJjy School al VI a.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday S Choir Triclice. Thursday S p.m. p.m. CHIHSTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7lh Street S. Sy-djy Service at II a.m. Subject: "Milter.1" Sunday School1 at lie- gloso of the morning service. Wtdntpdiy Evening. Testimony most- Ing at S.p.ni. The reading room Is open dally cv who had not (lie money la I Ills acl Is gains I" tin'widespread row to carry out tlio season's opera- j among all classes of farmers. I le. I Horn H will asslsl a fairly well'do "Ttie ho said, nuk-' veloned roimnunlly where-they hivo InB an honest effort -In InlrcJuco tlio e.00it security nud all lu good slnuil nriiH-iplc of cooperation Into llila JHR with each other." country and.n-nnls to sen how II will! Mr. Twccdlf E.ild tlint llio'n'cl dlfl work out. This Is. an exuerlmentul not ask Ilio Individual members of tho an mul I believe. It Is our duty to pro- Forlely to ossumo a Ehire.of Ihe so- lions ns tlio result of his llona for the Kuliluuco of Ilio future elections. tlvo Alderman Sknletnr lVo 3 p.m. Co5pcl P_rcaehlng a'. 7.30 pjn. Bible Reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. depth that the water woulg aud.in each.case he was .cling justice, of iho peace to tako I weK W? inrormatlon provided they dltl not II3 hope lhat be is SB aficru-ards jsueccssful as" he was here. Premier S.i on agreed tluil where The ot thc .bey could gel magistrates il would lo hoid a very mccilng ba betler policy; officers -should not-or flie Red Cross" at the Lome 4l ._, ;6f Mrs. T. H. Mcdd Wednesday, ;hey had a very -widely scatterflrl coun-l Lry and while lie ivould be opposed (o! (he police SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the CCtadel, 5th St a.m.. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- yatlou Meeilns- Week B p m, Pub- Lie Meetine. Thursday, S p.m. Ealratfon Meeting CUade) band la aUentlauce. Eatardar, 9 p.m., free and metllng.- Everybody Welcome dellrered by.Dr. Helferrlch during adjudicating QS masistrates'lic iHougtit' jiivUaHon (hey should have powec Co actlwhen the emergency arose. Ir 28. Tbe meetlns will start at all ladles who are inlerest- a heany 1 Not only jed in the, ,e saw tho confer of tbc house Just starlhis lo blaze, lie seized lhe only I o[ water (n tho Uouso and ran oulsldc. tind Mirow U all over tlio jJazo. put-tlio Llaze ouUldo oul, but upoii- coding, 'In ha found (hat the Inside was now afire, Iho .jlDzfc.coming up from under tho cor- lhe'floor. Ho roused his arid two hlRh school girls who wefiy lit" Hie other room, anil began to null beddltig and furniture out- side. X fciV.uDlfilibors canio to Ills assistance, but 'bctorQ they could EQVO hardly anytbirig lhe whole hous'a was alilazc.-..- They "sucfpedej .In tavlng only tho bedding, luo clock arid a lew pictures, Tho Ubrnry records 'and books o( the Gleriivbot] ]SI. J. A. were burned, saved l.no clothes they sue' ceeded In gelling Into befora tbc liouac collapsed. The building and furniture-were In- aured for (600. Mr. Savage is an old being Knme odd years past CO, This will be a great blow to him. Ho has lost many, valuables which [19 brough him from England and which can never be replaced. Ile'has founi a temporary lodging with N'.'C. Lyb- bert 111 a spare room In his homo .Certaluiy. sonic- steps should be lakcn lo-relievo him by those in aiithorllj Jicre, present It lo wrjto Just-wbaL will be .done; Just boforo eleven o'clock tho wait- and tho Tow remaining dLuors In Iho cafe heard two Bliols. Thoy rufih- cd to iho baoLh nhero the glrla lm-1 been seated and found Mlsa Slanton rlr.irt, Ing hnlf aoroen tht) table, Mies S.'.alJiiifi lay oa Iho floor un- coiviclone, and tltcd eborlly afler waul. Kach Elrl had a bullol wound In tho temple. Stunton's flng- era wero closed aloat a ,13 calibre revolver and LcsEila MIES SiiaMlng'.i body Iny-a hantlleJ '22 revolver. Tho police expressed the opinion Dial each giil lielil a revolver aL the other's anil fired. It ivas plann- to hold ilcfi iltc nfjucEt totloy. waa given in the iiolo for the c iris1 act. Molasses Cookies TliaJ Grandma Made They were real cookies, weren't that spicy fra- grance tliatfillcd the kitchen when the oven door iwas opened i Never was any- 1 thing smeltquite BO good.I And when Gntndmfi said, "they're vou fairly danced When she gave you. a handful, with their smacking, gingery, inolasscs was the real joy of living, wasn't it 7 Row Grandma Blade Cookies in our Cook Book. Write foffreecopy. rbread to bc'preaeiit. but aiso'lhoso who are KIND GRANDMA. USED" from selected sugar plantations in British West Indies, with that smacking1 flavour that tnade Grandma's homemade EO delicious. In G and 10 lever-lop cans. All slorci should have it, Ask for it by name? .r London, March quarrel be- tween Dr, Karl Helferrich, the Ger- man secretary of the Interior, and the Uerlin newspapers, over the govern- meat's distribution of print paper, has been brought LO the attention of the public by. the refasal of the news- papers al the German capital, with Ihe exception of tho Socialist news- Tn reply to J. W. Kemrais.the prc mler slated Jnspeclors when acling as Justices of the peace would gel" no fees. George- Hoadley remarked that IE lhe inspectors made as big a a's'ihe Justices they would have lo effect a change all round, lie said that in cases of slock stealing the justices, influenced by local preju- dice, nulllued lhe aclion of the R. TV. M, P. He addfld that he believed it THE DOMINION MOLASSES CO. LIMITED, HALIFAX, N. S. P V ti 5 -P i thc finest packed. coon is anticipated. The, auction sale held at C. S.' S'oble's west faria last was well At one lime there were counted no less tban 33 autoa lined up. A London for thn. bl.nri has been provided with a'multlcyclc that can he by twelve men. only one of whom needs to have his sight to steer It- the recent budget debate, according! fl dispatch forwarded by lhe "ileptioii_ lo_ run__the police force io a Berlin Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent The newspapers declared they were unable to print the secretary's speech owing lo the scarcity of paper. In a formal report of the reichalag pro- ceedings ID lhe various journals there tppeaied ibis passage: "Then Secretary of State Kelferrkh made a long speech, the reproduction of which we must suppress in accord with other great Berlin newspapers. Yorwaerta. to print the owing to lhe Ecarctty of paper.'.' ion ot Mr. PrimroEe was 10 preserve Press says today: "Atrocious an6 his repalatlon as a police nfficcr.' nefarious viclationa of tho eleciion TKo bill passed through coinmittee pcrpctnlca hy certain ot .ith sorao slight amcnilinEnts, one ne- the city election olricers al Poll 29 rig fisins the pay of the stock detec- and poll 33 it, v.'ard five." .ive at fS per day net and cuttins ouli This is- the contained In :he proTision that they provide hia Hie -rcnort. isiueil lolay b; Judge R. FOR MOIST HOT AIR FURNACES SEE The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE in a proper basis. Etc was aware of he difficulties tlial would nave to be 'vercomc and (hat the success of the orcp. would depend on ailmlnlstra- j .He kneK-.th.iL the ercat atubi- TEC EMS Winnipeg. March Free III. Myers of his findings as comrols- Into sl'ner InvcsligaLuB charges of Ir- the last municipal The house aflcrivards went commitlce on the act resnecling co- regularities operative credit. T. M. TVeedie raised clcctfoni i the question, what security had Hie Proper punishment, the Judge tays, EOTerument for Its guarsnlce! j should be out to all Irans- Hon. C. It. Mitchell replied that gressors. lie adds that the reapon- they would have to rely on ths busi- slbillty ia on the city couicil, ness ability or those conducting Iho I The reasonable presumption. Bays I the report, is that Iherc were at Mr. Tts-codle said that what the least a'J balloLs marVod for Aldcr- eovernment would have iroiild be just m'n Elinlclar. The number claimed the nbliBatlon of the society. I by J. D. HVJK. K.C.. Is 70. Aluer- Jlllcholl askcil: Did' the mtra- man- Skaletafs malorlty. vtas .53. ber tor Calvary think a societ? was Three of the candidates lor office solng to lend money without suffic- were guilty ot violations of toe law. j lent Mr. Twcenlo said lhal They wcro li. J. Wnddell, candidalc if a 'ociely becainB Insolvent Ihe nro- 1 for mayor; Waller Wicison nnd vlncc would ha.vc.no security at all.! Robert Snook, candidates for con- Mr .Mitchell replied the hanks were i trailers. I not coine to take Iho er.inrFomcnt of! The election officers parllcularlr without the nsracd by the Judge. In llic recorl are Stein am) J. R. 6halelnr. nd aJck Stein and a wtou assre; society liad pcwl security. The 1-anks John Isaac Stein am woilJ -ec thev hod ample security-. in I'oll 35 A lo K an Notice to Farmers' supplied you help in (lie Tall of 101G and several years be- fore. HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET YOUH DEMAND THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBHIDGE 4 CALGARY OFFICES. Send in your orders now. have (he men. PHONE YOUR ORDERS LETHBRIDGE, M-H55, CALGARY. J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHDRIDGE CALGARY S2-5 Help the V "NAVY Win the It needs more men. Get overseas at once by joining the overseas division o( The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve and serve: in lhe victorious fleet. Experience not necessary. Canadians on joining are sent to England at once for rj A "W" day and upwards -Free L -A 1 Separation allaxance as ia C. F. Candidates mull be inns of natural bom Brililh 18 lo 38. Experienced mm from 18 to.45 may enh'ir far fervice m A Palrati lo fnarj Conm'ian Coalli. A Apply to lhe Nearest Nava! Recruiting Station. [It n [I or lo Ihe Nival Retailing Secretary, Ottawa. AIJIJ jj liavc just placed an order with J. II. PAT- KICK1 SON, of Fall-field Slock Farm, Irt- Icrlon, Ontario, for Two Carloads of Choice Registered Shorthorn Bulls and Heifers Which will ;irrivc :il COALDALE ABOUT MAY id, iiixl be on after (lint) date. ANY INQUir.lES V.'ILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION ACCEPT ORDERS NOW FOR FUTURE DELIVERY. SAMUEL SIDLES COALDALE, ALDERTA FAHH IS SITUATED ONE MILE EAST AND TWO AND A HALF MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE STATION. ;