Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETMBniDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 13. 1910 eckie 111! N O other shoe made Is superior to the gen- uine LECKIB. Pay no attention to the The quality goes IN before the name goes that's a LECKIE Made in British Columbia statement good as a because the superiority of LEOKIE BOOTS AND SHOES havo long since boon firmly establish- ed and have stood the test of the vory hard- est use possible. The fanner, the miner, the boys in Khffkl hi the trenches have found L.ECK1B BOOTS the logical boot for real comfort and lens sen-Ice, LECKIE BOOTS are the "econcmlca I- in-t he-long-run" boots for the business and professional man as well as the farmer or miner. There is a LECKIE for every purpose for every use. AT LEADING DEALERS Church Union Big Question for Presbyterian Assembly PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. r Rev. A, H. Denosn, Pastor, Manse 1210 Fourth Avenue S., phone 402 Regular services morning and evening Big Sisters Class at 13.30 p.m. Big Brothers' and Boys' Department of the Sunday school at 2 p.m.; Other departments at 3. Chinese Class at 4 p.m. Special Mother's Dav Sen-Ice in the morning. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNIcol, M. A., Regular Services morning and eren- ing. Sunday School at 2 and p.m. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledfck, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a. m.; "The Priceless Gift of Moth- erhood." 3 p. m.; Bible School and Adult Class- es. 7.30 p. m. "Annual Sermon to Cana- dian Order of Foresters." Music: "I Will Lift Up Mine Solo, Miss E. Fenner; "Angels of Westminster Church Rev. J. 8. Francis, Pastor 10 a, Children's Class Meeting. 11 a. m.: Children's Topic, "Four j Mothers." I tl a, m.: Sermon, Magni- ficent Temple." 2.4SJ p. m.: Sunday School. Special Mother's Day Serrica. All mothers invited, 7.31) p. m.: Topio, "A Tribute to Our Mothers." PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N., Baptist Church a.m., remembering the Lord's Death. Eveniag, 7.30, Gos- pel meeting. pan., Prayer and the Word. pjn. Special waiting upon God for tiie Baptism bi the Holy Ghost A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL, ANGLICAN St. Augustm's Church Corner Second Ave: and 8th St. 3. -KECTOR Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright, M, A. Holv Communion at 8 am 11 a.m. 7.30 Sunday 10 a.m. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ava. South. Rsv. Canon W. V. McMHIftn, B.A., Rector a, m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. BVEXSONO 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sifh- days at 8.30; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 aon. Sundays a-t 4 p.m. CERISTADELPHIANS St. Mary's Church 5th Ave. and 12th Street C., N. Holy Communion Brery. Sunday j morning at 8 s.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 a.m., and on all High Festivals. Matina on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible CIwi at 3 p_m. Evensong at 7.30. Toronto. May Dr. Somer- ville, agont of the Presbyterian en of Canada, reports hero that. I'a Uas completed arrangements with the railway companies for the trip of tho commissioners of the general assem bly to Winnipeg, where the meeting will bo held this year. Twenty-nine years ago tlie first large party of ministers left this 'Hy frr Winnipeg to attend the gen- eral assembly of 1SST, they travelled IP. a special train over tho Canadian Pacific. Tiiero are now three alterna- tive routes to tho prairie capital through Canada, to say nothing of the railways and routes through the Unit- ed States nsut the ordinary service by these mpaus Is so nearly perfect, that it U not probable that any special trains will be operated this year. There will however probably be one or more specials to carry the travel- lers west from the head of the Jakes. Dr. Bafrd as Moderator The first business of the general assembly when it meets In Winnipeg, will be to elect its new moderator, which is the highest honor iu the gift of the denomination. It is believed here that only one name may be pre-: sented to the assembly In this con-, nection, namely that of the Rev. Dr. j A. B. Baird. D.D. of Winnipeg, prin- clpal of Manitoba college. Dr. Bainl las been iu the west for 35 years. He j was the first minister of the church n Edmonton, having gone to that irface when it was far remote from railway connection and a mere tradj ng post on the hanks of the Sas- ;atchewan. He has given his life to Jie west, and there will be few in .he assembly who will not feel it the duty of the body to. recognize his long service. Dr. Bain] is .it graduate of ha university of Toronto and Knoi jcollege and bus consequently received! all his early trafnyig m this city. The j east is as strong for him as the west, j .and it is conceded that he will be j [elected. The minister in line j for the post is the Her. Dr. John Neil of Westminster church in this city, one of tho moat beloved and trusted of the servants of the church. It is j improbable that Dr. Neil will allow his name to be presented in Winnipeg j and it is believed that he will occupy j this honor exposition next year. Hev. j Dr. D. D. ilcLeod of Barrie. Ont., may j possibly be nominated by the element in the church opposed to church un- ion, but there is no chance that he could secure a majority vote under the circumstances. Dr. McLeod has just recently retired from the active ministry in the denomination after a long and highly honorable career. Church Union The topic wliicb- will absorb the thought of the coming assembly to the practical exclusion of all others, so far as popular interest is concern- ed will be that union with the Methodist and Congregational chur- ches. It is well understood here in church circles that the Winnipeg meeting will be historic in this con- nection, and that a nnai and Irrevo- cable decision will be reached there In favor of the change and that the result of the discussion and vote will as a split in denomination. For a number of years a very large major- ity In the denomination has apparent- ly waited to see whether the minority could be persuaded to withdraw Oppo- sition. It Is now felt that enough has- been done in this way and Sthat some- thing is due to the members of the Methodist and Congregational chur- ches, who have been ready to proceed Meet In the Moose Hail, HIglnbotham Slock, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South S p.m. Bible Class. 3 to Commemorate the Lord's Death ana at 7.30 p.m.. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. All Free, No Collection CHRISTIAN Christian Church r 10.30 a.m.: Sunday School, follow- ed by Communion Service. Special-Mother's Day Service, Everybody; Welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ'Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 8. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday .Evening, Testimony meet- ing at 8 p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO EVERY- ONE DAILY FROM 3 to o n.m. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Rev. Supt. SIcLaurln will preach. 11 a. m.: Topic, "Peter Converted More Than 12 Noon: Sunday School. 7.30 p.m Topic, "God and Mother." BELIEVERS Burgman's 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the Erealxlns of Bread at 11 Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner Tlh'AVe. and 12th St S. Sunday Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Gee, W. Green, 1015 2nd Ave. South, Phone 1493 SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m., Holiness Meeting; :i p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal- vation Meeting. Week Nights with the union for many years. The Presbyterian leaders here state that the cost has been counted and that It will have to be borne. The journal of the denomination in discussing this phase of the issue recently, wittily re- marked that while this loss would be a serious matter, there were compen- sations, that while those Presbyter- ians who entered the union would be separated from a number of Christian brethren, with whom they had hither- to been united, they would be united with a. very much larger number of Christian brethren, from whom they had hitherto been separated. This well edited paper suggests that the facts in the case must be fairly faced, and that the coming assembly should arrange for a friendly and amicable distribution of the property of the de- nomination aiul that the two should agree to separate. The decis- ion of the assembly will probably be that the union must be consummated, and that, after the war is over, any congregation can take a vote, and if the majority decide that they do not want to go into the union, they can remain out. retaining all their pro- perty.. The Home and Foreign Missions The assembly will follow in Its gen- eral program in Winnipeg its time honored practice and give up the sec- ond evening of the meeting to tho dis- cussion of Its home mission work, and Its third evening to the subject of foreign missions. In spite of the war both of these great enterprises have been going forward as usual. The Rev. R. P. McKay, the veteran secre- tary of the board of foreign missions, las just returned here frgm a long journey, during which he inspected S p.m.. Pub- much of this work in other lands, and lie Meeting, led by Sisters he reports that there baa been little Thursday. S p.m. Salvation Meeting change In it due to-the vast military' .struggle in Dr. Mackay also Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and meeting: easy WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE CO, PHONE 762 states that the gifts the churches (or this enterprise have heen but lit- tle affected by the war, and that n- cruita were heiog sent out from time to time to various stations. Rev. Lir. A. S. Grant and Rev. Dr. Shearer, the joint secretaries of the home mission committee, made to press representa- tive ilatemcnts .regardlnr Save-Your Hair v .With N'cwbro's Herpicide. the brunch of the they are concerned. work with which Hov. Ur. Shearer wus asked with piierlnl reference to the redemptive work for girls in the cities of Canada, in which he Is spec- ially interested, and replied that tho Presbyterian church liiul now estab- lished such homes in evory large ell. of Cantula from the Atlantic to tin cilic. This work was carried for word very quietly imd no simeial r ports were made to the yuWlc. but ii the course of tho past few years, hur drcds of girls had been rescued. I will be remembered that Dr. Shearei Edge" Yours is a case for Wincdrnis If your nerve centres have become weakened by overwork, worry or anxi- ety, they are unable to trans- mit the necessary nourish- ment, and the uerves become worn out and on edge." Then makes you get suffer from are restless and depressed. In tliis condi- tion there is nothing to equal Because, being a powerful nerve food, Wincarnis gets right to the root of the trouble, and, by creating a supply of HfTti nerve force, stimulates and revitalizes the whole nervous system." Try Wincarnis for It is wonderful. Over doctors recommend it ASK YOUR DOCTOR GET IT AT YOUR DRUGGISTS PinU, 90e. An Ideal Summer IP uiuii CLARK'S SPAGHETTI W. CIARK, LIMITED MANUFACTURERS MONTREAL was much maligned some yenrd ago iiv Wlmilnog owing to tho fact that ho called attention to u vory bad state of tiffnlrtj In that city. New -Hymn Book The committee (toiDJiiB tho.now book of praise which the Presbyter- ians Intend to IBRUO ut an early date, bus been in here. One ofL tho most valued members of this commit- teo is the Rev. Dr. Hamilton of Koe- wutln. well known In 'Western Catuula, especially in Winnipeg. Dr. Hamilton has been at work with this committee for a number of years, and Ima con- tributed largely to the success of the work. Tho now book will probably bo published in 1917. Montreal Next The east already been discus- sing where tho meeting: of 1017 will be held, since an Invitation for this gathering must be presented ut the meeting in Winnipeg. It Is generally agreed hero that the assembly of next year will convene In the metropolitan city of .Montreal. U Is uoiue ten years ;ince the hist met there, and an Invitation to meet in that city has boon prepared and will be submit- ted. There is little doubt but that it will bo accepted. Virtue of the Natural Leal is perfectly preserved in the sealed HO A TMH JIM BI04 packet. Youag tender leaves only, grown with utmost care and with flavour as the prime object, are used to produce the famous Salada blends. ALBION RIDGE NEWS Albloa Ridge. May Dunbar spent Easter holidays iu Etlmoutou. School reopened Monday. Miss .Madeline Lynn, MIBB Hunt nd Miss -Marvel Hunt returned to school in Lethbridge after spending Easter holidays at home. Mrs. Geo. Hunt of Calgary U spend- ing a month of holidays with her sis- ter. Mrs. Hubert Barre. Wheat seeding is nearly finished in tho neighborhood. acreage will fee about the same as last year. The rain that came Saturday and Sunday was what was needed. The' District school is receiving some up-to-date teaching under Mr. Dunbar. School decorations, window j gardening and kindred activities will 1 ,o much to make the school building i more homelike and attractive. It Is gratifying that the homes are in syin- pathetic action. Several plants have j been contributed for decoration. The Sunday school organized in March by the Rev. Mr. Pickel, with the help of Mr. Dunbar and .Mr. Er-! win, is doing its part toward the pro- gressive life of the community. NOBLEFORD NEWS Nobleford, May Day, which falls on Sunday, will be mark- j ed by special services H.L Nobleford J and Newlands. At Nowlands a spec- j sermon will be preached at 3.00 j p.m., and following the sen-ice, the Sabbath school will be held. At j Xobleford, in ttie evening, a Mothers' i Day sermon will :be preached, and j special music rendered, Including a j solo and quartet. A very cordial in- j Itation has been given to every man and woman who honors the memory of "Mother" to attend this service j on Sunday; for her sake. W. C. McNlchol left on Friday to ake a position in the Empress school if which his brother is principal. S. Buchan is substituting for him hree until the end of the month. The Ladies' Aid meets with Mrs. at three o'clock. Since our last notes were-written every day has been -marked by high Nourishing Food al Household Best Flour WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE NEW RELIEF FOR THE WOUNDED SOLDIERS New York, May 'bottles of which have been very evere. We .understand that, in ilacos, only the fact that tho wheat j Of anesthetic now are being placed In las taken root, has saved it from be-; tiie sent to the soldiers of the ing blown away in the dust storms., British army in France by the Va- So far we have not heard of anyone I cation War "Relief association. A being obliged to' re-seed, and with the Spraying apparatus is attached to the present indications more moisture, 1 bottle, so that the wounded soldier the outlook is still very encouraging, j raay apply the liquid to his wound quickly. This produces local anes- ROOSEVELT OUT FOR NOMIN- 'thesis, whic-i continues for three ATION BY TWO PARTIES j jlours anti releases tlie soldier from Oyster Bay X.Y., May pain while awaiting the arrival of an Theodore Roosevelt has formerly en- j ambulance. Use of this particular tered the race for the nomination as president by the Republican and Pro- gressive conventions at Chicago, June 7. A letter he gent to Guy Eramerson secretary of the Roosevelt non-par- tisan league, was the means of an- nouncement Stripped of superfluous words, Col. Roosevelt's letter means just that. The league was organized with the object of obtaining his nom- ination by a reunited party. Col. Roosevelt staled in so many words1 that "he approved" of what the league is doing. 300 HUNS KILLED RIOTS May Geneva dis- patch to the Daily Ebcpress says 300 civilians are reported killed and wounded in the recent riots in Strass- burg and .Mannheim. NEW CAMP SITE FOR ONTARIO TROOPS anesthetic is said to have been auth- If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide orized by the British army mecH service and by Russian hospitals. LONG BRITISH FRONT London, .May troops are now holding ninety miles of the west- era front, It is announced. The BriU ish lines extend from a point nortii of Ypres to a point near tho Soinme. The black square on the map shows the location of the new military pamp site which will accommodate thirty thousand troops of the 2nd Military District of Ontario. The other arks are proposed sites. Tha camp' will provide miles of territoifl of Hhwn ffghta and manoeuvres. 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