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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE! l.UiaH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1S15 Let "Sunlight" Dispel the Gloom THE shadow cf a Line Monday dees not fall across the path of those who use Sunlight Soap. For this soap cuts labor in half. And the nightmare of clothes being "rubbed to shreds" disappears when you learn the gentle Sim- light way. Sunlight Soap is as pure as sunlight itself. A guarantee says you cannot Cud a single adult- erant or impurity in this cake of concentrated cleanliness. Sunlight English, French and Russian Names says the- order, that their patro- IDEAL BEVERAGE OF HIGH GRADE AND GREAT NUTRITIVE VALUE ABSOLUTELY PURE AND DELICIOUS in Canada by Co. Limited MONTREAL.CANADA JOE-CUKE NIB- Off HO. HI i Kilinimiun, Mureli J5.-tlco.rfrc Mill, 'duel constable of Ihc Kilmonlon ilii-c forte, chaiRi-il this niorumg iMoip .Magistrate Primrose with hav- between September 15 ami OcLo- jher 5 coiispiiwi with Ihul- dork, chief of delwtives M. S. 'liuolb late commissioner of Hie city, land Clwrlcs P. Kroning, laic cUie-t o[ to falsely and pro- smite Joseph A. Clarke, an ahlenmui 'of the oily, (or committing an indict- able olTcni-e, to wit, being ;i cr oi a disorderly house or a houso for tiie Lt'sui'L of prostitutes, be. Live v.iii Cieurge Hill, well knowing thai yaiu A. Clarke was not guilty of tbe said oftei'.ro. A. U. MufKay appeared lor tbe in- formant T. P, Kroning ami 11. C. Boyil oi liic city soliciiors' ollice lou tiie Mi. Uoyd for an adjournment fur a wceli, inllmntiug Ural it would 'Jieu be probable1 that anclv.i'u ail- jminimenL would he nccfissary. Chief Hill added' tbat one of liis witnesses was (seriously ill and it would be im- possililn for him lo po on wiih the. j Jens-? for at least a fortnight. i Magistrate Primrose said that he} would not throw any obstacle in the I (way of the fullest- preparation in a It-asp oi so serious a nature. He would 'adjourn it until April 3. MADE IN CANADA Comparisons arc generally conceded ltd be odious. But ibe odium counts according to the position of matters J submit ted. ior comparison. This being said, our slreei railway delicit .1 of as compared with that of Edmonton, as the following para- i graph, which appealed in. the Edmun- jton Bulletin, shows j In his annual report for 191-1, which 1 has jusl reached tiie city commission- I ers, Street liail'.vay Suprrintrmlent jLarmonth reviews the work oi the I past vear anil attain emphasizes the iiicccssitv of revising depreciation charges." The report shows thai the 'deficit ior last year was" bringing the total deficit for the I street railway up to t-he end of last !DcL-ember to Premier Announces Railway Legislation CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The clamor for telephones and pub- j lib works is as great as ever, and if expansion is to take place, tbe gov- sian and French still remain on shop'ernment will have to go into the doors In Berlin, and ordering that all money market. Tiie House made rapid headway whafc steps have been taken "to j with supply, the entire estimate being passed, with the exception of Uie to- tal, which was left over to permit oE _______ further questions. The opposition, dc- olfc sentiments are injured by the re-i spite the attack on bulk estimates. national conscious- 'were given all the explanation sought, and the members of the government displayed every desire to give the House the fullest possible information. The tiro hills in charge of Hon. A. G. MacKay were put through commit- tee stage: one to incorporate the Ath- abasca Fort Vermilion Railway Co., and one to amend the Libel and Slan- der Act, which prevents publishers getting security for ccsts "where the charge Involves a criminal libel. Mr. Tweedle put in a pica for the newspapers, and he and Mr. MacKay Indulged in lengthy legal dialogue. The bill was reported as it was print- ed. BEAVER MINES CLOSED DOWN Your Easter Breakfast! Make it. worthy of the morning meal that shall stand right out from the ordinary run of break- fasts. Let it be "Swifts Premium Ham or Bacon A few slices of this mild, delicately-cured ham or to a tempting sizzling a repast indeed 1 Never 'again will you want to go back to "ordinary" ham and bacon. "Swift's Premium" wall win you for all time. There's a sweet, succulent tenderness about "Swift's Premium" ham and' bacon you find in no other brand. Tell jour dealer you must have "Swift'i Pre- mium" for Easter Sun- day Morning! Order it now. Swift Canadian Limited Toronto Winnipeg Edmonton I For Sale at All Lethbridge Meat Markets and Grocery Stores a.m., Sunday scliooi 2 p.m. sacra- I ment meeting. Visitors always wel- LUTHERAN Beaver Mines, Alta.. March come. Bisbop Geo. W. Green, Beaver Mines are closed down "sine j Second Are. S. Phone 1493. and from whnt csn Icam not be operated again by ibe Western Ccal Coke Co. This is sad news lor the district, especially aa several j workmen have Invested most of tbeir 'iife's savings in property in and j 1016 I around the -Mines. Of course, for the I LATTER DAY ol! llcllllien will preach at both services. Seventh Ave and 12th strret. 10.30 3 p.m., Sunday school. Junior Girls', Junior Boys' and Adult Bible classes. Diblc class lesson: A Review of tue past Quarters Leasona. On Wednes- day, tbe Bishop of Calgary will con- duct the sacred rite of Confirmation at the mid-week evening service. ST. AUGUSTJN'S er Second avenue and Eighth street. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrlght, rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Siith Are. ind Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, mlDls- Sunday, March 28: English ser- vices at 11 a.m.; Sunday schoo'i at 3 past two years trade has been Black at I P'm'; f Beaver, but as tbere was a general de-lhearsal iression throughout the district it TV as loped that some day In the near future .he place would boom again, and the mines open CHURCH SERVICES ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner Eleventh street S. end Eighth avenue. Rp.v. Canon W. V. McMiHen, Sunday, March 28, the Sunday next before Easter: 11 a.m., Matins and CcmnmnioD, with sermon; 7.30 p.m., Eveiison, sermon. Canon ery Sunday morning at 9 a.m., and at BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Third avenue and Ninth street S. Rev. D. Ross, 11 a.m., "The Present Opportunity." Noon: Bible school and Adult class. 7.30 p.m., "The Approach to Calvary." Good Friday, April'2. United prayer service, 11 a.m. FIFTH AVBNUJS er Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. school, 2 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX Rev. A. the 11 o'clock service on the first H. Dcnopn, services tomorrow at 11 Sunday of the month. Evensong, 7.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Pastor at both p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. The tor will conduct the services, as usual. ST. MARY'S C. H. Popham. rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of (.lie month at 11 o'- clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school, 2 .p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Quick Relief witK Ha" Honestly made, using only tho purest U ind most costly materials. Contains M -noopism, chloroformorotherdanger- 'J .0113 drugs. Its healing oils penetrate II right in where the pain is and give f. In bum., lores. II croup luMbaclc, etc. X Wiilrd Oil. liniment. 11 eam boolcjrtt, you write 2 Vfinrd Oil Co., Toronto CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIKST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST .Hull Block, Seventh street.' Service at eleven a. m. Wed- nesdaj evening testimony meeting, 8J p. m. The reading room is open to j everyone every day Irom three to live p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbothara Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. I Bible class. Sundays at 'A p. m., to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad j tidings or the Kingdom ol God. Suh- "Why we believe there is a I by Mr. Sidney T. Batsford. All seats free. collection. SALVATION ARMY Servlcei ire Leln the Cltidel. Fir Bireel, as lollows silndly, II "o1lnrs3 3 p.m.. mteting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. "tt.. ujfeL j o p.m. reeling, lod by alsi-rs; Wedneinny I p.m., Soldiers' meeting: ThuTiiJar I P.a.. Salvation meeting, Cltadi-. tiud In attennance; Saturdiy, I p.m.. free and rnectlnf. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of C UTENSILS Bright and Sanitary Dill services. Boys' clepurtment ot the day school at 2 n.m. Other depart- ments' at 3 p.m. "Chinese class at -I p.m. Full chorus choir at both ser- vices. Everyone cordially invited. ST. ANDKEWS Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Fleming ser- vice at 11; subject, "The Supreme Op- portunity." Junior G.S. at' 2, Senior S.S. at 31 Evening: Union evangel- istic service; song service'at 7.15. 1 METHODIST WESLEY G: H-. Cobble diet, pastor. Parsonage, Eleventh "The Master Motivp." ,1 y.m., -.Bi'.'lR school and.Adult cfaases.. 7.IJO .p.m., "The -Man Who Sine' by Silence." Large choir .wi'il furnish appropriate niualc, and solos will he given by Mr. Stott in the morning and by Mr. Pctrle in the evening. All seats Tree and a cordial welcoinryat Wesley, i WESTMINSTER J. B. Francis, pastor. 10 a.m. ll'a.m., EvangellBt McPhcrspn, Bpeaher. 7.30 p.m., Union evangelistic services In St. Andrew's church. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MISSlON-Unlt? Hall, 5th Aye., North.-Sunday at 11 u.m. Hcmuni'bcring tht Lonl's Doath. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Oospcl Everybody welcome. Dr. Lillian Yeo- maas of Calgary, special speaker. BEILIEVERS BurgmaDn's Hall, 413 Thirteen 16 itrcet, North aflsembic on the Lord's Day Tor brtaking of bread at 11 a- m. Sunday school at 3 p. in. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday p. m. v CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN J. ,B. PIckel, pastor. Bible school at 10.30! Morning service, 11.30; evening ser- vice at 7.30. Pastor at hath services. CRIPPLED BY RHEUMATISM 434 N.Y. Aw., Whltfn'f, ImL Jan. 20th. "Will plense send me h box of Gin When I sent for the box, I nil crippled up ivilh Rheumatism and my Tare ivaa so badly swollen, Ih.-u I could ItarJIyncc nut of my bm .iricr'lakinjr about .lix ol [lie pills, licit acme brller: and aficr a fen IK. more i havo nxommrn. dtd Gin 1'ilH tu pome of my IriVnds ivho art lroublc.1 in Ihc same iv.iv. I never intend to be u-iduiut them ac I have tried 10 pilh and pot no rcault.t Mrs. ED. DEAN. can rcndily or bladder is affected, You will Iinyc pains in the sinrill'of Uic back, proin. or liips, jour urine will be lnghly' colored, brick dust or mucus depo- sits ivill show in tlic morhing, y'our" wrists or ankles may swell, :ill clue lo inactive kidneys which Gin Pills will soon put right. jgi Gin nra m COc. k ben, C for all i5old in U. S. under Ihc name ineiil free il yen write Drug Jt Chemfcal Co. of'tcd, Toronto. ;