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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETIIBRIDCIF. 11K1ULD SATURDAY, MAYO, 1910 Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You may be the best cook in the world but if'the leaven yon use is poor yon wuinot get satisfactory results. Al- ways use Bine Ribbon ing Powder: it makes the lightest and best pastry ;ind cakes. Blue Ribbon, the standard of (ruality in Teas. Coffees, Bak- ing Powders, Jelly Powders. Spices and Extracts. Before His Honor lit Priw.erWu Diichatgeo1 PRESBYTERIAN jl Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. A. H. Dcmoon, Pastor, Manse Via Fourth Avenue S., phone 4U- Eeiilar Beirlces morning aad evening Bio Sisters Class at 12.30 p.m. Big Brothers' and Boys' Department of the Sunday school at p.m.; Other departments at 3. Chinese Class at 1 p.m. Morning Anthem, "Sins. O-Dsnentere of Evening Contralto Solo, Bye Hatn Miss Simm. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. MoNlcol, H. A, flegulaf Serrtcwi morning and even- ing. Sunday School art 2 and run. 3EETHOMST PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church j a.m., remembering ihr Lord's Death. Evening, Gos- pel meeiine. I i n.ni., Prayer and the Word. Wesley Church Rev G H. Pastor Paraonaoe 320 11th St S. 404 11 a.m.: "The Soul's Lover." Qnartar- ly Corpmuuioii and Reception. I', ii.m.: Bible School and Adult Class- es. pm.: "A Call to the Busy." Music: "Rock of (Dudley Buck) Jesu, Word of God Incar- "0 Death, Where is Thy Miss I. Dawson. Quarterly Board Monday 8 p.m.. Special wftitia upon God for the Baptism of tli Holy Ghost. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALT ANGLICAN St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave, and 8th St. S.' RECTOS Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright, M. A. Holy Commtmion at S a.m. 11 a-m. 7.30 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. Westminster Church Rev, J. B. Francis, 10 a. m.: CWldrsn'B Class Meeting. 11 a. m.t Children's topic, "A Half Tooth." Morning .subject! The Gospel Sema- Men's Own! "Christianity and So- cialism.'' Evening Topic; Kan John FtTtcett is the for day. GBRISTADELPHTAKS Meet In the Mooce Hail, Block, Entrance 6th St. and 2nd Avenue South p.m. BiWe ClaEs. 2 p.ia., to CommemoratB the Lord's Death and at 7.80 to ,-proclaim tidings the Kliigdom of .God., Subject: the of Heaven Whither Vau All Seats Fret. No CHRISTIAN Christian Church a.m.i Sunday School, folloir- id by Communion Service, usual Everybody Welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet- ing at 8 p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO EVERY- ONE DAILY FROM 3 to 5 p.m. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Rev. Supt aicLuurin of Calgary, will preach morning ami evening. Sunday School at 12 o'clock. St. Cyprian's Church COF. tttft Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. X'. McMilfsn, Rector a, m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. HVENSOXG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd. Sun- days-at 8.30; 2nd. and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. i Sundays at 4 p.m. St.-Mary's Church Cor, oth Ave. and 12th Street C., N. Holy Communion Erery. Sunday morning at 8 a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 a.m., aad oa all High Festivals. Matins on the Sn'l and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m, Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 pal. Evensong .at 7.30. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day ior the Breaking of Bread at 11 ajn. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gotpul Preaching at 7.30 p.m, Bibb Rowing Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Toronto Conservatory of Music SIR JOHN ALEXANDER BOYD, K.C.M.G., President. A. MACDOiVALD. LL.D. MB. W. K. GEORGE, A. 9. VOGT, Musical Director. The largest and one of the most splendidly equipped Schools of Jlush In the Empire. Uarivalled Faculty in all EXAMINATIONS JUNE AND JULY. APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN BY MAY 1ST. Send for YEAR BOOK, LOCAL CENTRE SYLLABUS and WOMEN'S RESIDENCE PAMPHLET. I The case of Basil Lapidus was tho last on the docket. Magistrate Alex- 1 flndar Qunde. already late for dinner, i tras about to postpono the hearing Vuni his clerk whispered that tha j charge ivas wile-beating and ttistur- bance. This intelligence made tho judge settle liack in again. His honor took special delight In such cases; never iu tho whole history oC liis Judicial career wr.s A prisoner known to escape with less than the extreme penalty. The present culprit WHS suffering from a cold. Tho judge was in a like predicament, and whenever the man iu the dock cleared his throat, the Judge's bronchial tubes 'bogau to tickle. This caused him to treasure animosity against Lapidus beforo the began. The fact, too, that (be judge's din- ner was watting mude clerk, who kueiv the judicial temperament, de- cide that the reprimand which al- ways followed (ho imposition of the extreme penalty would bo well worth hearing in this case_. Judge Quade's court was coiidticted on most informal lines. When the charge had been rend and the plea entered, the magistrate called out: "Mrs. Julia Lapidus, etand up and be sworn. You, too. Lapidus, get up and swear. Administer tlie oatti, Mr. Clerfc, and lei's get the thing over. Now. Sirs. Lspfdus, don't be afraid." "O, sighed the prosecuting idtr.ess, "I'm so frustrated. This is the first time I've ever been. In court." "You should have come here long ago. Does he abuse you "No, indeed; this is tha first time he ever chance." "Hum-m; sit tiowa n minute. Well, Lapidus. what have you to say? Do you want to change ynur plea to 'guil- and gave "He won't do it. your ex- claimed his wife. "He never would for me about the simplest things, even I'd catch htm in the act." "Come, growled the magis- trate, "make your confession." The prisoner cleared his throat and began: "Last night I came home with my head tied up been having a cold for two weska- -regular grip ringing in the ears pain in the head and eyes also noae tick- ling Re stopped to cough. "Here, rubbing his eyes and nose, and coughing in unison with the prisoner, "I don't care about the symp- toms. Go ahead." "When I got home with icy head all tied up she came out in the kitchen and said she had a caller in the par- lor. I asked who he was, and instead of telling me, she went on about there being a monkey odor in the house. There's a young preacher at our cnureh, and .he's very high-church and inonky and I thought at first that he was makiBg a call, and that it was tha odor of sanctity she was talking about." The wagging jaws of Mrs. Lapidus greTr articulate at this point and she sprang up. :'I she asserted. "I said 1 had supper in the parlor because there was a musty odor tu the rest of the house." "I don't care what led up to the dis- cried the magistrate, hlact- browed with wrath. "Tell me the spe- cific act of ill-usage, aad let me get this fellow sentenced and go home to "O, I can do that all ex- THE surpassing goodtiess of our1 Coffees is- act surprising if you consider the story of our fifty years ay a business house Fifty years of constant- study to faring to the coffee drinkers' of North America the "besf to be found in the plantations of the j world. j Cliase fcSenborit'? i Expert, Head of Big Err terprise, to Report on South Oil Field Church of Jesus Christ of Latte Day Saints 1 Corner 7th AVE. and 12th St. S, i Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. j Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Ylsitofo Always Welcome J Bishop Gco, W. Green, 10J6 2nd Ave. I South. Phone 1493 j SALVATION ARMY Servioes Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m.. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vatioii Meeting. Wesk S p.m., Pub-i lie 'Meeting, led by Sisters. J Thursday, 8 p.m.. Salvation Meeting! Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy i mtfcting. TheCornAcfees You apply a lit- tle Blue-jay plas- ter. The ache ends instantly, and it never will return. You can prove that in one minute. A million women prove it every month. A corn will never pain again latter Blue-jay once goes on it. No Corn Pain On Monday you won't know you have a corn. It is gently disappear- ing. You know that corn is done for. You know it won't come back. You may also know that soreness will not follow. For Blue-jayiaasgentleasefficient. Tuesday The Corn is Gone In 43 hours Blue-jay 91 corns in 100. The oiuer 3 psrcentare tough corns which nied another application. Surh has boon the history of 70 million corns, since Blue-jay was invented. And any user wili assure you that auch results are certain. Proyfthat fact tonight. S4TIE1 ft K.4CE, CMeaW tn4 Nev Tctk Kauri cf KlilW. I5c and 2Sc at Druggists claimed the ivomtui. "'I'll never for- get ir, as long as I live. Why, after he choked me into swallow-ins that dose I was to sure I'd die the next minute that I wrote to my sister to conic see that my bones were .laid to rest in some reputable enamel house." The judge leaned over to Ms clerk cud whispered: "Perhaps I can hold this fellow for attempted murder. Just get a com- mitment blank ready and moke the charge attempt to poison. Now, niadriin, go on." "Fiver since Basil's been sick, I've been depending on the neighbors for good, old-fashioned medicines to give him. Last night I had a pint of rea.3 good remedy I'd got from a woman who uses it for all her children, wheth- er they're six feet or only a spaa long. Judge Quade held up his hand for silence. A strange emotion held him In thrcll. "Never mirrd Mint .commitment." he to his clerk. "Now, Lapidus, my man: you finish -the story." "There's not much to tell. For two weeki-the have been.. dosin? me with every kind of root, herh, hark and berry, boiled; fried and roasted; and when she had an- brand ready for me last I just took made her swal- low it herself- :And my cold's been better ever since-" 'As one In-a dream the Judge took his overshoes from beneath hia.deEK and put them lie said. "O, escuse me, Mr. Litpidus, I forgot you're discharged-" And be- fore the clerk could recover from hie surprise the judge had departed. Still in a maze, the magistrate as- cended the steps of his home. His wife met him door. "I'm so glad you ve aie cried. "I've just got in from the neigh bar's across the, street with another kind of-cold remedy, and. you muet drink, every drop of it before you ait down to dinner." For a moment the judge's .fingers twitched convluBively. Thsa hs mur mured: right. Mary dear." (CONTINUKU 1'llOM TAGli) 1 wells. .Mr. toUcoiier also passed up- on the Nigeria oil Holds for Euro- innw capitalists. Petrol Replaces Horst Coining -buck lo the part played by the use of petrol in war, he gJiys Unit it has almost Imnishcil the horse from the IleUl. Instead of as thu eyes of the army there is the aero- plane driven by putrol. there were 100 horses along tilt1 road to the rear, continually blocking traffic, now i ihere are a few motor1, transports (working rapidly ami leaving the road free. Besides, the problem-or feed- ing the horses hits been 'dmie away with. It is a. comparaUvely simple matter U-. convey tanks uf oil to con- venient spots where the motors can refill. I Aa for the war itself. Mr. Falcon- er has LIUtiii right in the midst of it liiul if U'S guess is worth miylhing the war will continue for another winter campaign and end sometime about a yuur from now. Hut. is some' doubt as" to when tlur war will end. there is no doubt as to the winners. The Teutons cannot win. All they can dojs'to luuig on as long as possible. When utterly beaten and exhausted they will be giad to ask i Cor peace terms. .Mr. Falconer should know some- thing about the war for he was in .Galiciii till through the Unliling there early in the war and saw the H.IIS- 1 sum iutvnnt-es inul retreats iuil.il at 1 last they had to retreat leaving the 1 GalicJan oil wells to the enemy. Right J till the last minute did he slay on j the job and keeji the wells pumping I up the much needed fluid. at [last the German waves rolled over them. Mr. Falconer fell Lade with the Czar's forces iintl be made his way reluctantly to 1'etrocrad. From there he went north through Finland to Norway, snilins frotu Uiere to land. Owing to ear trouble he was unable to enlist imt busied himself in helping transiiort the wounded to the hospital on arrival in England, and was thus engaged when asked to come 10 Lftthliridgc to investigate the nil possibilities in the Cardslon field. As for the German in this war, Mr. Falconer says the action of the (Jer- man people as ;i whole has been a great disappointment to him. lie had been in close touch with them all the years he was in the Galieian Held, and had studied two years in a German university. And he does nof. hold with those who would excuse the mass of ihe German people by saying that they have been misled by the Prussian militarists. The action of the whole mass oC German armies on the battlefield, their innate cruelty, the Zeppelin and submarine cam- paigns, have convinced htm th'at the German peoole as a whole will have to be pursed of this H mulish instinct they wili ever be able to take their place in the civilized, world along with the British, Frunch ur 'even the Russians. And it will take a good stinging defeat to accom- plish this. A victory for German arms would be the greatest blow civ- ilization could possibly receive. LIQUORS IN TRUNKS SEIZED Seattle May trunks h'lled with liuuor said to have been received from San Francisco on the steamship Admiral Deu-ey, were seized by tlje police today at the Grank Trunk Pac- ific dock. FRENCH FISHING VESSEL SUNK 150 MILES FROM LAND London May sinking of a French tishfng vessel 150 miles from land by a submarine is told of in an official communication issued this evenffig. The communication says: "The French fishing steamer Ber- nadette was sunk in the Atlantic by an enemy submarine May 1 when 150 miles from the nearest land. The crew of thirty-four escaped in boats. Kight of the were picked up. Twenty-six are still adrift." I MAY CHANGE KIND ABOUT THESE MEN London, May belief is ex- pressed in neutral diplomatic circles that the British foreign office not on- ly will order the release of the Aus- trians and.Germans seized on board the American steamer China while on her way from Shanghai to San Fran- cisco on February Ifl last, but also will disavow the action of the cap- tain of the auxiliary cruiser Laure- entic in making the seizure. PKIXCEHS PATRICIA AT MILITARY REVIEW Blue Used m Millions of Tea Pots Leaf is Pure Every infusion is alike delicious Ends Corns Photo left to right shows Col. II. C. Bickford in conromntlon with Princess Patricia and Sir Henry Pcllatt, with Mrs. (Col.) BicKCord. Photo was taken at a recent military review by the of Conimnglit in High Pnrk, Toronto. Black, Green Sealed or Mixed J WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDQE People's Forum THE PRICE OF SUGAR Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear have just read an item of great interest in the Herald, i.e., that the retail price of sugar JIM risen to per t pannd sack. How m.tich longer are the public going to bamboozled by the sugar trust? Why can't housewives of Lethbridge take pattern by the house- wives of Cincinnati, Ohio, and boy- cott the sugar trust? That is, boy- cott it to the extent of using exactly one-quarter of the quantity they us- ually do. If every woman in Can- ada and the United States would do this we would soon Bee the price come tumbling down again. up women and don't let the trusts rob your eyes out. JOHN SEYMOUR CANADIAN LOSSES MORE THAN 3000 Ottawa, May 3. Today's casualties with those already reported sines the spring cam- paign onened for the Canadians with the battle of St. Elol, will bring the total Canadian loss- es to made up as follows. Killed In action 51.2; prev- iously reported wounded, now Killed, 1; died of wounds 221; found dead, 1; missingr and be- lieved dead IS; unofficially re- ported killed 1: missing and be- lieved wounded G, missing and believed prisoner 1; missing 130: reported missing 4; ill 114 wounded wounded and seriously 111 1; wounded and Buffering from shock 1; ad- mitted to ihospital 2: suffering from shell shock, 30. R Perfect Tonic for the Skin and Complexion Delicate, luxurious, toothing ami refreshing, restores elasticity, while vanishing illicitly anii completely throssg.: :13 rapid absorption by the pores. It is especially welcome to those who dis- like the of anything heavy or oily. It is absolutely uon-jjreasy, and will not cause growth of hair. Eoothcsnncl refreshes tile most delicate sklu. Supplied in a convenient glass ;nr r.ith scmv lop, having tliendxmi. toKc tiir.t (lie user cfliiuot lose the eap. SoU by all gooi! Druf gists and Sum. 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