Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBIUfiGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 11.1918 DAILY AND WKEKLY r" ___^ Preprlttar* and Putjilehcrs *trMI UeTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INQ, COMPANY, LIMITED tn eth atr��t south, Lsthbrldo* W. A. Bucha>.an Prctidant and MnnnciuK Dlrectoir iaba TeriAitca. Bui1b^�3 Manaser TELP.PHONEt BuatneBs 0((lce .............. 1363' UitorjBl ottice.............. vsk! eubiorlptlon Ratta: ' Dally, Celivorcd, per woek ..... .10' Dally, deUvored, jiev year .....$5.00 Dally, by mall, por year ......$1.00 Weekly, by mall, por year ..... ' Dates of expiry of tubicrlptioni at^ (ear dally oa adilress labeL Accupt-1 aace of papers :.flu expln�Ui.n date U \ .our cuUiur.Uy to contlnu* Uts sub-; ^ BcrlptloB. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Local fightiug continues on the westcra front with no indicatlan of Qerman intentions tor tlis near future. The French improved their lines somewhat last night. Artillery fighting -is heavy at gereral points. JliUtary domination of t'.u.e ot Representatives at about the aame figure at that of the revolutionary body. Ifa 1874 the second Constitution, tha one now la effect, wag adopted, and it provided tor a House based upon the number of ratable polls. The number of represontatives under this Inoreaa-ed to 91, and for 90 years thereafter It luoreased with every succeeding census. Attempts to reduce It began in the Oonstitutlonal Convention of 1791. Nothing was done until 1879, when the House was reduced from 370 to 280 by ohaijging the basis ot rop-resentation. Since 1879 thero has been ',no cbajise, and the Hoaie has lncrea�''h'- j^fx^'^ _ (From Our Own Corrcsponacnt) : Cnrd.slon, May 9.-Thero has been a generous response from tho business people along Miiln street thus far in liohiiU of the Red Cross. Following the restaurant opening by I/OUK (let. which netted the society some $52.00, and the Chltioso enter-. talnment yielding some ?60.00, tho'j - mann.^oment of tho Palace theatre' Mrs, and'Miss Day, LM'4 Oxford St., gave tho entire proceeds on Monday ho can slioe a horse as well as her contribution. Who will be next? ness men should not let those ladles husband, whose place she hds taken outdo them. The last shipment of sewing sent to Calgary by our local Red Cross is reported by tho untiring secretary, -Mr. Barker, as tollows: 110 cotton binders, 110 pillow .illps, L'O bed socks, 1' operating stockings, 11 operating gowns, 0 pyjainu suits, 2 nurse aprons, 24 towels, 100 P. P. bags, 7S . arm slings, 5 day shirts, 20 B P cov-ers. 40 fomentation wringers, 70 bandages, 10 operation covers, 'H pair day socks. COALDALF (From Our Own Cori'g-Iay ll.-r-(UQutor;s Ottawa Agency)-The Vindlctive's noble end la acclaimed-by the newspapers as Bocurlug her place" In history for" association with two, of.the'most heroic deeds in navhl annals. It is declared that Nelson never did anything and' Mr.s. Barbara Agin of .Toronto was that ,it his 8h|p, the Y'c.tory, Is (he probably fatally injured, in an auto-cathedral -ot.tbe navy the Vindictive I mobile accident at the corner of Uloor Is the twentieth century witness of and Christie streets. London,. May 11,-Captain W. P. Sonirb, Western Ontario, IB gazetted flying officer, ,. Rev. A, C. Trench, formerly ot an Edmonton miasioii, and Quarter-master-Sorgoant W L. La\vrenco, are appointed chaplains. Captain Reginald Summers Cocks, of tho Somersetshire, killed, had only been two days In Canada when war was declared. He immediately returned. jusuti. 1 ue service wiig reuuereu ,, T,,+ ___�.,ni�., more attractive by appropriate music ^ '� "^"^'"S meat, not foi,retailing, rendered by the choir, which has recently been organized. The need ot a choir has been felt for some time 1 The body of 'VN'ilfred G. Lennox, a twelve:year-oId boy, who was drowned by rolling from the bank ot the Moira River while playing hide-and-.^eek, was found near the mouth of the river at BelievlUe. and now our hopes are being realiz- ! ed in this respect. Xext Sunday, .May 12th, Mothers' Day, will be fittlnkly observed here. A special program and order of service will be used. Appropriate special music will be rendered. It is hoped that a large number will find it convenient to attend and pay tri- \ bute and do honor to "Jlother." Miss Grace Robertson,, of Glares- ! holm Agricultural School is at Coal-dale Thursday, Friday and Saturday Tl.e bol'v of Dnvld Rutherford, misEing three weeks from hi;-, homo in I.Tdon, was .''.i uo in tlio mill race at Hunt Bros,', hiill, where it U ha-lieved he fell in from the traction company's bridge. The Faith, the world's largest concrete steamer and the latest innova- the Women's Institute Department of Agriculture. These lectures and demonstrations should prove popular and profitable. Messrs. Bar], Orvllle and Melville JlcCann and Ward Rogers left last week for Calgary to Join tho colors. Others are duo to report at other dates. Mr. Gilbert Rogers, -who has been ! spending the winter In California and '' other coast states returned to his home here last week. Prank Lea left last week for his old home in U. S. where he.will don I Uncle Sam's uniform. A number ot his friends held a farewell party in I his honor. ' Probably the most profitable social time ever held in Coaldale took palce oir Tuesday evening, the occasion being the second annual Congregational tea and business meeting of the church. .\ hundred and tl.tty invitations -ivere issued,-one to-every home fn the community, 'and In response one hundred'and thirty," came, of whom over lOO were adults. Supper'was served in the basement ot tho school by the ladles under tho direction of Mrs. Jno, McD, Davidson, after which the young people Joined in games and the older ones In social intercourse until 9 o'clock, Cisco a tew;v days ago, will make its first ocean royage.from California to Vancouver with a load ot salt. John Kollister was standing on a Toronto car,when a stone, tliought to have been thrown from a sling, broke the car window and the fragments ot glass cut the boy's face, sA nu'hiber ot small boys -ft'ere playing with hand slings on the railway tracks under | THE the bridge and .were using passing cars tor their targets. . PRESBYTERIAN -Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. anfl 8th Street 9. Rev. Capt, A. H. Denoon, ''aator Rev. W. P. Burnt, Acting PsBtor. Regular uervices at 11 a.m. and 7.30~ Rev. J. M, Kellock is to conduct the morning and evening services, 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Sisters' Bible Class, 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class, 12.15- p.m.: Other Department of Snn- day School 4 p.m.: Chinese Clasa. Wei/ did y6u plant'a tree yesterday? A Ux rate of 42 milla Is advocated for Calgary. 'Who wouldn't live in the centre of the tmlverse? The victor/ o! Llody-George Is a most popular one. General Maurice would have been well-advlaed to have made bla complaints In a leas public manner. Another glorious chapter has been written by the British fleet which seems no longer to be content with keeping the German fleet holed up, and battling with the sub menace. . Charles BoutiUer, ot Branttord, saved a youngster's life at great risk. \Vhile driving a.freight train headed for TiUsofiburg he saw a' tot walking on the tracks. The speed of the freight "was such that he could not have stopped the train on time, so ha crayled out on the pilot and hung on with one hand, grabbipg the child with the other. " , ' According to the Amsterdam correspondent of the Daily Express, Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands was hissed for tho first time in her reign by the people of Am�terdam during a visit .she paid to the city. The action was attributed to the growing Shortage of food, which Is Irrltat- when all went ; to .the auditorium !'"f^ people to the point of Secretary Baker announces more than 600,000 Sammies In Franco. U. B. is Just really beglning to get into the war. 'When they get a couple of miUon fighters on the west front the tales from the. trenches will be different. For all the time the Allies, too, are strengthening, up by now drafts. The Hun's only chance is to win this summer and that Is slim. where a most enjoyable program was listened to as tollows: National Anthem. Mixed Chorus-"Juanita." Vocal solo-"The Boys Who Fought and won"-Mrs, B. S. Pawson. Reading-"The King of Boyville" -^Mlas Jessie E. Ross, ; Piano solo-Mrs. F. O. Norton. Male fiuartelte-"Sweet and Low" -Messrs. Faw, Hugo, McArthur and Mitchell. Reading-(a) "The Adopted Boy", (b) Foolish Questions"--Miss Ida Honeysett. Vocal solo-"My Girl is Just Like You"-Rev. J. M. Fawcett. Interspersed with the -'pnogram, there wore presented, the following reports from the various departments of the church: Sunday School, Hobt. J. Gould; Ladies' Aid, Mrs. U. PawHon; Women's Missionary dety, Mrs. A, Mitchell; Trustee 1 Board, Thos. B. Dunham; Summary from Circuit, Rev. J. M Fawcett, A recapitulation of all departments showed every phase ot the work In exasperation. Panagiiotis rtalbanis, aged tlilrty-flve, restaurant keeper, was so seriously Injured that he may die; Nick Kapuran was slightly injured and three others liad narrow escapes from death in .Montreal when a motor car, of/ned and driven by Kapuran, crashed into a standing street UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. Hodglns, B.A.i Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. --.Phone 1659 The pastor will preach sermons appropriate to Mother's Day morning and evening. iO a.m.: Class Meeting for Boys and Girls, 10 a.m.: Boys' Dept. of the S. S, In the hall.- 11 9,m. Topic: "Influence of Woman," 2,00: Beginners, Primary Girls and Adult Departments of the Sunday School iwIU meet for Mother's Day service. 7.30; "Molhei"� Day Service." Christian Church Cor. ,3rd Ave. and 8th St. 8, Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor 612 Seventh Street South' Bible School at 10.30: We aro going to look tor you. Do not disappoint UK. "The Fngans will have charge ot the preaching service and it will he thoir last Sunday here. It will be a big day. Come and receive a weli come at tho Homelike church. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, B. D., Pastor. Residence 320 11th St. S. * Phones: Parsonage 404, Church Study 408 Claude Hughes, Muslcil' Director ', Mother's; Day 11 a.m. Morning AVorship: Subject, "The Power and Influence of IVIoth-.er.". 12'noon: Bible School and Bible Class. 7.30 p.m. Evening Servlco: Subject, "The Home-a Bulwark of Canadian Life.'f Special. Music as follows: "Almighty and Everlaating God," by Richard-Bon; "Like as a Hart Desiretli the Water Brooks," by Novello; "Praise the Lord," by Bldey; selection by AVesley male quartette; solo by Miss Anderson; violin solo by Jlr. Ivan Bishop. ANGLICAN St. Cyprlah's^ Church Car. 11tn Street and Sth Ave. South, Rev. Canon W. V. McMillan, B.A,. Rector Matlna-11 a, m. Sunday School '~i Bible Clastea, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7,30 p,m. Holy Communion-iBt and 3rd Sundays at 8.00; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.nj. Baptlam-4th Sundays at 4 p.m. , CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In tha Mooae Hall, HIglnbotham Block, Entrance Sth St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: 8 p.m, Bible Class. ^ ruiiDf^u nc icciie rupia-r nc Sundays at 10 a.m, to commemorate LATTER ^ay Ia?NT3 ^ ^"'"'''^ ''^='"'' """^ ^'^O P'"* car and threw its five occupants into programme tor "Mother's Day," Sim-1 k.JI''?^^!"'!!', ojf,^''"' ''''^'"^' �' the strAet. , I ,,,, m,,,i,, ,t -in-jn in,-, io mia ! Kingdom of God, A II>)NT1VTIKD rSOlf FHONT PAOIk day Morning at 10,30, May 12, 1!I18, '.^ V f.' a r,, Lethbridse Ward Sunday School, o�, ^"'V��t: "What Is Armaaeddon?" the Church of Jesus Christ ot Lat,) P��** No collection a moment and thon, turning Us nose ' S. i toward the earth,' crashed down with So-i sheets of flame bursting from it, ' 'i The seven other German machines wore shot to pieces In rapid succession and took theut,ll�al plunge, three of them leaving a wake of fire and . . . black smoke (o tell-, the story ot the \ a healthy coriditlon and much cause j terrible fate aufferisd by the inon was- felt for the success of the tut-1 strapped in lliolr seat*, ' I ter Day Saints, Song, "Love at Homo"; Prayer by Lavera Coombs; Song by School; Violin Solo, Mr. Bishop; Song, Leo M. Coombs; Violin Solo, Mr.-Bishop; Cornet Solo, M. Vernon � Coombs; Sacrement Gem, and Administration of Sacrament; Song, Ursula Elton; � Piano Solo,' JIIss Vivian Pe'crson; Recitation, Gladys Groen; Piano Solo, Dagmar Sandquist; Short Talk on Mother, by David H, Elton; Closing Song, Oh My Father; Benediction. SALVATION ARMY In Adj. and Mrs, Hamilton, officers charge. Sunday,' 11 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. ^ Sunday School, 2 p,m, Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Corp Cadets. AVedne.iday, 2 p.m., Hotne Loagu'e. 8 p.m.; Life Saving Scouts and Guards The Citadel Band in attendances, Sunday and Thursday Services. Everybody Welcome BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave, and 9th- St. 8. Rev. C. Baker, P.k.tor Services at 11 a.m. and 7,30 p.m. A.M. Subject: "The Flrat Blessing." Third of series from Jesns' Sermon on the Mount. P.M, Subject: "If Lethbridgo is the Most immoral City of the Province, Why?" Sunday School at 12 n.m, ?avening Prayer Meeting at 7 p.m, downstairs. Tho pastor will preach at both services. Are Welcome ^1 CHRISTJAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Servic* at 11 a.m. Subject: "Everlasting Punlihment." Sunday School convenes after tho morning service. < Wednesday Kvanlnfl. TaitUnony moM-Ing at 8 p.m. The reading room is open da:i7 except Sundays and legal holidays; from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, the-Bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. Tho public is cordially Invited to attend the church aeryioei, alio to visit the reading room. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL AS8EMRLV 8. 0. E. Hall, next Y. M. C. A. Rev. C. M, Neve, Pattor Res. 357 16th St, N. Services Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.45 p.m, Tuesday and Thursdays, 8 p,m.-Evangelists R, J, and Mrs, Scott assisting, . ^ Everybody Welcome "associated bible STUDENTS Room 12, Stafford Block ' Sunday, 7,30 p,m,: Bible Study on the Book of Revelation. . Sunday at 3 p,m, Bible Study, � Wednesday. 8 p,m.: Bible Study on "The Atonement Between Qod and Man," followed by prayer and testimony mooting. Seats Free. No Collection. NORTH LETHBRIDGE gospel hall (Late Sth Ave, N, Baptist Church) Speaker: John Rao, 635 13th St N, 11 a,m,: "A Bride's ExpreMJon." Spng of Sol, 1:2, 3-4 p.m.: Sunday School, 7.30 p,m,: "A Bride's Oeoliion." Qeu, 24:58: ' Everybody Welcome PINANCIAt' PROBLEMS pfl^OUR CITIES.