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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta rpARE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1916 Rc$erves more wanW mm opposiiioN BILIO ALLOW OR,WEEKS TOPRA (('o^ti^uM) fkom Front Page) resourceful man, luin ride any horse GEORGE HOAOLY CREATES MUCH FUN By AIIACK-NG GOVT, PAPERS (COXTIXUED FROM I'liONT PaOR) Mr. Hoadley, deallni; with road in Alberta, and has the crentlvo genius iUuIlding, said the ureal difflculty is to act in nu oniersoucy. Dr. Weeks la imatter of maintenance. He not asking power to practice in At lii>rln. He merely wanted to go to the front with the medical corps, j Mr. TweiMile. Calgary, said: "If � llr. Weeks want.s to go to the front he eouUi go into several branches without this hill. We shouldn't send a man to practice on the soldiers whom we wouldn't let practice on our-iiclves. Wf should give some dignity to iJie profession, and nil Dr. Weeks has to do is to comply with the regulations of the university." i Moon. t". W. Cross said it was a mat tor of evidence and it would he proper to have the applicant appear and ))roduce his iiualifications and let the university, authorities also present their ca.-;e. Dr. Catnpbell. Pouoka. said if Dr. Weeks were iiualitled he would favor giving him the authority asked. The best way to ascertain the facts Is he- ;fore committee of the house. Capt. Pingle. Uedcliffc. having returned � I'roni the front, said there is a great sc;\rcity of battalion doctors. As the .\tberta doctors are protected from ed President Lamb of the municipal convention as saying six million tlol-lars expenditure were practically lost. .Mr. Hoadley was apparently reproducing information Teatured by a Cal-gar>- evening paper, and Sir. Stewart explained that it wasn't government money but the expenditure of the municipalities that Mr. Lamb was referring to. He would rather see no more roads built and care taken of those now built. What About Election? Mr. Hoadley created some fun by making a reference to the "near approach of a general election," naively remarking that no one in authority had denied it. This obvious effort to draw out tlie government created much amusement. Mr. Boyle-"Do we understand that the opposition want an election?" Mr. Hoadley-"The opposition Is ever prepared to face an election," .Mr. Turgeon-"Then you won't say you were taken by surprise if there is an election?" (Laughter). Mr. Hoadley, continuing, charged Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915 DRINK BAKER'S COCOA For .Jts Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality ^ ' ^ a:i�cl its High Food Value. ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS SOLD IN CANADA ARE MADE IN CANADA REaHTIRID TRADE-MABU WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED MONTREAL, CANADA Establtthed 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. KEEPING GERMAN SPIRITS UP-"BOMBARDING ENGLAND." ^MilSTERN MERCANTILE CO.. SAM SADOWSKI. PROP,, AGENTS IN LETHBRIDGE. wouldn't like to see a man sent to doctor soldiers who could not be given : power to jiractice in the province. I Dr. Weeks will now be expected to appear and prove his case. Six hundred and thirty recruits were attested in Toronto last week. Dr. Weeks' comrclition on his return. ,1,^1 the machine is readv in the form he intended to vote for tho bill. It of tlie civil service. He'didn't blame he is qualilied to look after the wmmd- government anv more than any ed in the trenches it would he a shame � ^n^^^^ aU did It in Canada. Public to keep him from going. , \ ,gver be elevated until I Mr. Sifton said the qase should go ! grafters are made to disgorge, before a committee and if the man j "Who controls the press of this pro-is qualilied. give him a chance. He j vince?" asked Mr. Hoadley. Mr. Turaeon: "The Southams." (Laughter.) Mr. Eoyle: "The Tories control ((uite a number of them." Mr. Hoadley charged that Mr. Boyle was a shareholder in the Alberta Herold, the former German paper, a statement which met with a prompt denial. The speaker then quoted Hon. A. J. McLean's alleged stockholding in the Lethbridge Herald, and proceeding, quoted the money paid for printing to that paper. .Mr. Boyle said a charge siioiild be made and not an insinuation made that the minister used his Iniluence to tJirow money to this paper. -Mr. Hoadlev denied that he was He Faces As Fair As A Surataer's Day Knox Church Corner 4th Ave, and Sth Street S. Rev. A. H, Denoon, Pastor, Manse 1:;10 Fourth Avenue S., phone 402 Regular Services Morning and evening. Music: Morning Anthem, "Like as the iiart." (Novello). Ev.jnir.g Anthem, ".Nearer My God to Thee', (Adams), with soprano ob- lig-ato. Big Sisters Class at 12.30 p.m. Big Brothers' and Boys' Department of the Sunday school at 2 p.m.; Other departments at 'i., Chinese Class at 4 p.m. Are Possible If Stuart's Calcium Wafers Are Used for a Short Time After Each Meal Manv people liave been heard to!making a charge or insinuation. ;av that thev used creams and lotions ; was reading the amounts paid to for vears without effect, yet after five ; newspapers to show where the favors St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm, McNicol, M. A, Regular .Services morning and evening. Sunday School at 2 and 3:15 p.m. Hardievllle at 3.30. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledlck, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m.: Rev. J. M. Faweett. a p.m.: Bible School and Adult Class- 7.30 p.m.: H. H. Cragg, B.A. Muilc: "What Are The.ie." (Stainer). "1 Will Lay Me Down in Peace." tPerrln); Solo, "Face to Face," .Miss I. Dawson; "Saviour, Breathe an Evening Blessing," (Schneckerl. All Seats Free and a Hearty Welcome St. Auguslin's Church Corner Second Ave. and Sth St. S. RECTOR Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright, M. A. Holy Commuiiicn at S a.ui. Matins-at 11 a.m. Evensong-At 7.30 p. m, Sunday School-At 10 a.m. or six days ot Stuart's Calcium 'VVat-ers their complexions were perfectly clear. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and Sth Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V, McMillen, B.A., ' Rector Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday School and ; Bible Classes 3 p.m. : EVE.XSU.VG 7.30 p.m. ; Holy Cor.munion-1st and 3rd Sundays at S.30; 2nd and 4th Sundays : at 11 a.m. Baptism-ith Sundays at 4 p.m. go. He then mentioned a number ot papers much to the merriment of the house. He wanted to know why Fi-ank Wiiteside's paper, the Castor Advance, only got .'=ome $300, while ! the Russian Voice got over two thousand dollars. A. G. -MacKay-"There are more Russians than Whitesides." This i convulsed tho house and every one settied down to a good time while Mr. Hoadley read his list. : Hon, Mr. Gariepy  Hon. Wilfred Gariepy introduced his speech by referring to the strong per-' Koaal friendship existing among all ! ui - . .. The above picture is being published in Germany and among American-Germans, with the following description: "A remarkable photograph showing a torpedo being discharged from torpedo tube during their recent raid on the English coast." E RST LIKELY m Coalhurst, ^tarch 24.-On Tuesday embers"oT�the hOTse 7espite""d'iffer-' 'he 21st Inst. E. D. Fidler, inspector i.^t^u;.ii~c.u^ lit �tnces on public issues. Mr. Gariepy , of municipalities, said the opposition had been delving for days and not one new idea had been advanced. The speeches were .McJ'Jormid, postmaster, who has lieon ed as spokesman for the Miners' acting as olHcial reeve for Coalhurst 1 Union, and Frank Barrlngham, the by Using Stuart's Calcium Wafers." "jerely designed as election material Vhey contain no poisonous drug of I Mr. Gariepy exposed the mislead ng Westminster Church Rev. J. B, Francis, Pastor 10 B. m.: Children's Class .Meeting. 11- a.m.: Children's Topic, "How to) Save Money." Sermon, "The Way of Life." 4 p.m.: Men's Own. Speaker, Mr. S. S. Dunham. 7.30 p.m.: Topic, "if Christ Came to Our Town." St. Mary's Church Cor. Sth Ave. and 12th Street C, N, Holy Communion - Every. Sunday morning at S a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 a.m., and on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Rev. D. Ross, Pastor 11 .a m.: Topic, "The Footsteps of God." 7.30 p.m.: Topic, "Icicles." .Voon: Bible School. any kind, are perfectly harmelss and can be taken with absolute freedom, and they work almost like rasgic. Cal-;cium Sulphide, their principal ingredient, is the greatest blood-cleanser known to science. No matter how had your skin may be. Stuart's Calcium Wafers will quickly work wonders with it. It's goodhy to blackheads, pimples, acne, boils, rarh, eczema and a dirty "fllled-up" complexion. You can get a box of Stuart's Calcium Wafers at any drug store at 50 cents a box, and you will he positively delighted with their wonderful effect. FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co., 305 Stuart Building, Marshall, Mich. Send me at once, by return mall, a free trial package of Stuart's Calcium Wafers since ,laBuary, Itiiri, exiilained the objects of the meeting and Mr. I'idler's visit. In opening tlie discus.slou D. C. Hart, mines manager, struck a popular keynote when he said that ultliough he had no fault to find with tho work done by tho ofllclal reeve, ho considered an elective council nioro democratic. He also told the audience that it was the intention of;of the meeting known to the municl-^orth American Co., who aio pal dejartmeut and to arrange an-j^j'i'jIj^ I operating the mine, to do everything other meeting in about a month's time ; within reason to make Coalhurst a to receive nominations for council- Dur-jlors. A. F. Gumming acted as secre-ing the present spring a hosidtal would bo built, a system of water- minors' secretary. At the conclusion ot Mr. Fldler's address tho following resolution waK unanimously agreed to: Tlint a council be formed composed of-three co.un-cillars, one to repre.sent the miners, one the business people and farmers, and one tho mines management, -Air. Fidler undertook to make the wishes PENTECOSTAL CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, HIglnbotham Block, Entrance 5th St, and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays-at S p.m. Bible Cla.?s. Sunday-At 3 p.m., to Commomorato the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the ' Kingdom ot God. Subject: "The Hell of the Pulpit, and the Bible-A Comparison." ALL SEATS FREE. NO COLLKCTION Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church SU.N'DAY-11 a.m., remembering the Lord's death. Evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting. TUESDAY-S p.m. Prayer and Tho Word. THURSDAY-S p.m. special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holv Ghost. A HEARTY WBLCO.ME TO ALL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meat-ing at 8 p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO EVERYONE DAILY FROM 3 to �.. m. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Breaking o� Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. Name Street State Freckle-Face Now is the Time to Get Rid of These UGLY SPOTS LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 8. Sunday School-10.30 a.m. Sacrament Meeting-2 p.m. Primary AsBOolation-Saturday 3 p.m. Relief Society-Tuesday 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave, South, Phone 1493 Do you know how easy it is to remove those ugly spots so that no one I will call you frecitle-face? Simply get an ounce of othine, double strength, from your Mrugglst and a few applications should show you how easy it Is to rid yotirselt ot freckles and gel a beautiful complex-Ion. Tho Bun and winds of March have a strong tendency to bring out freckles, and as a result more othine la sold in this month. Bo Huro to ask for the double strength othine, as this is sold under guarantee ot money back if It falls to remove tho freckles. CHRISTIAN Christian Church Cor. 3rd Ave, and Sth St. South Sunday School, 10,30, followed by Communion service, NO SKRVICIS IN EVENING interpretation of legislation in the Conservative press deliberately to mislead the public and create prejudice. Dealing with the public debt Mr. Gariepy wanted to know what the policy of the opposition is. Would they rule without capital expenditure? Would the province come to a standstill? Continuing, the minister dealt with railway issues and ridiculed the opposition everlastingly harping about the A. and G. W. The road is in operation to Lac La Biche, towns are springing up and settlers pouring In, and the opposition making the same speeches heard Ave years ago. The minister rapidly reviewed the progressive legislation of the Liberal party which was opposed by the opposition. Direct legislation was an example. They decided and said it would not work, and yet the first test showed I Its value and people got prohibition as a result. Discussing single tax, Mr. Gariepy said the new municipalities objecting to it would have got into trouble under any system. They ; had dL^-counted the future too heavily. I The wild land tax, he said, was sound In principle and had universal newspaper and trade paper support from the great lakes west. A. F. Ewing, Edmonton, followed. He charged that money borrowed for capital was spent on current account. The system was unsound. He advocated Increasing the cost of telephones to subscribers to provide a sinking fund. Mr. Bwlng made an attack on the ,1. D. McArthur Co. for Illegal, unfair treatment ot men In the matter of remuneration. J. A. McColl was the last speaker. He made a plea for d larger expend! tore on agriculture, especially tor schools of agriculture and woman's Institutes. He also wanted more money spent on telephone construction. visited Coalhurst j in connection with tho work department, and a public meeting was | more pleasant place to live in. called to be held In Percival's picture hall. Owing to the short notice, however, very few ratepayers were pros-1 works laid and a cemetery provided ent, hence the meeting had to be post-; for the locality. . ponod until the following evening, j � Amongst those who took part in when a fairly representative meeting  the discussion were Findlay McDou: was held in the school house. .1. O. aid J.P., John Loughran J.P., who act- REFUSED TO SALUTE FLAG; SENT TO JAIL SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 6th St, Sunday-11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise .Meeting and 7.30 Salvation Meeting. Week NlaKts-Monday, 8 p.m.. Public Meeting, led by Sisters. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meotints. Drinks Will Be Served Sunday SA.MB AS USUAL to all guests at the Neal Institute, 820 Thirteenth Ave., W., Calgary, until the action ot tho Neal Three-Day Trefttment changes desire "craving" Into a loathing tor liquor. It It falls to restdre your natural appetite for food, ability to Bleop and normal mental and pliyelcal