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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S THE LKTITBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD Satin-day. May 17. 1913 r.1 ijfll, '.i-U'i ,V i7t u .iiiw-li' "iV xL i Big Baby Food Remember that your liule girl or boy of 3 or 4 is really just a big baby as far as digestion is concerned. "FORCE" isallfood and just the right kind for growing children. Rich in pro- teids, with most of the starch elements already converted into body-building dextrose by the scientific cooking with malt. "FORCE provides' every needed element for a complete diet. Vary it with other proper food, of course, but remember FO RCE" is the com- plete food. Mide By ThelH-O" Company Hamilton Household Gives perfect results in all Making 15 For Sales by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbrfdgel Sergeant William Reid of the Wind-1 stoppc'il a team allachert -i'ir-pwiicv force MVthl-iUto diiiuiLiMuti He hit th from probable serious injury when helhorne with a switch iron. LARGEST STEAM- ERS -FROM CANADA "DEPARTURES FROM MONTREAL WILL BE WHITE STAR DOMINION Megantic May 27th MONTKBAL aiid QUEBEC to LIVEHl'OOL FOliTjOWEn BV TEUTONIC, June 3, LAURENTIC, June 10 CANADA, June (7 anJ regularly thereafter. For pjrticutire any 'Agent or write W, M. McLeod, 333 Mjln St., '________________Winnipeg. ManKcha Absui Onetvmmtr rtitf ot Four Vtttkt for II67.W_______ CHUKC1I SKHVICES fr ANGLIC'N ST AIHVSTIX'S ClIURtH olcer Aic. aud HiE.hlh St. ev. Car.ru recto-.-, lev. A. I1- principal o! listo? rinUiam Collejf, Calgaiy, til i-reu-h both uiorulng and even- Ms'ius. 11 a.m Suudar school, ommunlon ctcrjr Sunday uiorciujc at a m. ST. CVPKIAS'S CHURCH Cor- zr Klgblh avenge and t.-ect Canon MeMIUen. ecsor. Manas. !1 Sunda> cfcool inJ Bible classes. 3 p.m. Um, 4 p.m. T.30 p.m. loir communion al S.30 on i Irst and IhJrJ Sunisjs. and at the It j'clock service on the second and o-rlb ST. MARY'S CHl'RCH-Ket. C. 1. 1'opbiui. rector. Holy coui'.nunion every Scr.iUy at S a m. Malins 11 a m. H'Jnday scr.ool 3 p m. Evensong p m i'fcoral Eucharist oa the first SMthy ot Ihs month at eleven o'clock. BAPTIST FIKST liAPTlST UUKCH-Hev. A. C. ttatson, pastor, will preach al jolh services in the liiiou TbcaUe. in trie morning l.e will begin a series of blereoscupical on "Ap- plied Christianity." 'I lie subject for Sunday morning is and Children in Toil." 'lie pastor's re- ception will be a1 close ot the eietiss senile. Ail are wel- come. FIFTH AVEXUE BAPTIST CHURCH Corner 5lb and ISlh street Services, 11 am. and 7.30 p m at which the pastor, Rev. Jlr. Green, preach. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prajer meetinc, Wedcesday, S p.m Choir practice on Thursday, S p.m. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH Her vices 11 r, m. and 7.30 p tn. Mr. J, Simm v.ill preach in the morning. 2nd Mr. William Kestcott in Hie Sunda) FCl-.ool and Qihle p.m. All are heartily .EV T. P >astor. Moriiiog Eubjtct. "Oi. Pather's Manaer of Glving'a" Grea Gift.1' Evening s-jbject, "Hearing an Sunday sibool and Ac ult Bibie class, 3 p.m. All are we! come. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESTJS CHRI3T O LATTER DAY O. I Hall, lOtb SL S, near Y. M- C. 1 9.45 a.m. Officers and teachers mee ing; 10 a- m., Sunday Echool; 3 p.m Sacrarr.cut meetln.e. Visitors alway welcome. Bisbop B. S. Young, 121 3rd ave. S. 'Phone 6SS. ISTIAN SCIENTIST CHURCH OF CHRIS' Bank block. Se 11 a.m. Wednesday mg testimony meeting. S.OO p e reading room is open to ever ne every day from three to five p.m voryone is cordially invited to a rd. B'lBLE STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL- BIBLE. STTJ NTS' 625 12th S. Meets every S'mday at 3 pjn. Mends interested are inuted. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, street, 33 follows: Sunday, 11 .m Holiness meeling; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.3P, Salvation mee'ing. Veek nights: Monday, 8 p.m, public neeting. led by sisters; Wednesday, pm. Soldiers' ineesins: Thursday, li m Salvation meeting. Citadel rand In attendance; Siturday, 8 p.m., reo and easj meellog. Eierybody PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDKEW'S CHURCH.-Hev. A. C, Bryan, minister. sir- vice 11 a.m. "Christ in the and cvcnras srrrire at 7.30 p.m. Subject, "Christian in the Utli anil 13th Cci.turifs." Hun- scllool al 3 p.m. Slrangcrs al- wajs welcome. KSOX A. "ameion, minister. Services Ham ind 7.30 p. m. The minister will pleach al both services. Morning ject, "The Calling o! .loshua." Even- ing, monthly sermon to joung reo- .subject "Self Control Jlorn- ir.j anthem. "Just as I Schnecker. Evening "Sun o' .Mr Tcrncr. Sunday schoc" and Iliblc class 3pm. Chinese class 4pm. Siranjers always v.-elcome. CHRIBTADELPH1ANS OURISTAOELPHIAXa At 6 Twelfth A Korth tbtlnei SWh and Seventh Break ing c( Broad, 4 p.ra. Evening aenice i 30 f m. A lecture will be deliverer by Mr. Sidney T. Hatsfcid subject "Fear Him, uho is (o destro; hoih soiil arJd body in hell." Kvcry body welcome, llrlng your Cibles. coliecllort. DISCIPLES OF CHRIST DISCfPLBS OF th Caledonian Hall. Rev. J. B. Plcld pastor, Sunclr.y gchool, a.m which win take Ibo -form of A spfcci; rile- Itbll anil Mothers' Day, (o lov.cd by preaching service. Christis Kr.dcavor at 7 p.m preaching vice p m. All arc welcome enuicH OF curtiST school he he! ot Ihc Caledonian Hall at 10.30. Thi is 2 special Rally Day the Hone Department, and Crad ninch alt parents o( th children ?ic to It prcstnt. A [to all babies enrolled in the f'rad Roll of viluch Mrs. tllarcum ii sypcnnlendeit A piclu of Ihc Kur.rfay school he tak al (lie close of thr if the we WE FURNISH HOMES ON CREDIT Hundreds of Lethbridge Homes Have Been Furnished on Our Credit System The Easiest ,and the Best in the West We invite responsible person in Lethbridge to come to our store and furnish one room or twenty on our weekly or monthly payment plan. You will be surprised how much furniture you can purchase by paying a few dollars down. And we further guarantee to satisfy you to the smallest detail. We carry a large and well selected stock, and we sell at lower prices and oh easier terms than others. Why not visit our store and get acquainted with the bargains that awaitvyou? ask you to buy here on credit. The Credit House That Trusts You THE ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 7th AVENUE, CALGARY DOMINION BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE HOME BAKING BREAD, CAKES'AND PAS. TRY OF THE-BEST _. FOR SATURDAY- PUFF PASTE TARTS Sale AT THOMPSON'S GROCERY Made for Partitt and Dances, Mrs. J.B.Richardson 528-12th Street South May A general strike ibeen engaged bj- the SaHort' of British seamen Is to be declared earlr In June 35 the sequel lo the agitation for a national conciliation board to regulate working conditions oa board ship, and it is possible, un- less the demand is acceded lo, that ihe transport workers throughout the country will come out In sympathy. Tom who organized the great (transport strike o! two years ago, has and Firemen's union to carry on a month's campaign, ha com- menced on May Uay, to enlist-the support of the transport workers. The actial date of the' strike trill 1m kept secret, aa It "was two years aso, tlie giving of1 the signal being left lo liaveiocti Wflson, the presi- dent 'of Ihe union: Edward McHugh, M. P. for and I'alher Hop kins, trustees of the union mass HE ON THE SEA MARITIME NATIONS WILL BE RE- PRESENTED AT MEETING TO FORMULATE HEW RULES London, May conference ol the leading nations of the irortd school 3 Evening service 30 p-m. senice. t-UTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST orner Sixth avenue and Fifteenlh reet Soulh. Rev. C. Grant, paalar. o semccs, paslor -will be in Tater. unJay school al 2 30 p.m. Thurs- ay evenins, teachers' mccling al 30 ar.d reliearsal at S p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST.'I'ATHICK'S A. Rosenlbal, paslor, P. Mtalive- asvir'ant. Masi S a.m. Children's 3.30 a m. It a.m. be held in London early neil aulumn with the purpose of establishing on international basis the new regu lations for the safety of life and pro perly at sea. In June or July an informal con will be held, at which llmi Ihe report of tbe committee on liillc heads, appointed to advice as to th watertight subdivision of all merch ant ships, will be available. Mean while the different countries concern ed are making preparations, and far as the life saiing rule; are con cerned, opinions have been Inter Changed for some lime. The r.ew in Radio-telegraphic conven [Ion will come into operation nex Inly. This is tt.e oiilcon-.c o' the In tcrnational Wireless Com'tntioa he! hero last summer. A CARTER KILLED Calgary, May Cookson, teamster for the Johnston ompany, n-as instantly Killed about 45 this morning by being run over a wagon loaded with baled .hay, irhich he was driving from the freight teds to tbe cartage company's barn. Tno British Columbia government Trill pav a bonus of each lo militia, men attend camp NA-DRU-CO Royal Rose 1'alcum Powder oma hotel1 last night, K. 33 ghcn a sentence of 11 days in il with hard labor by Magistrate flimsier todaj. Committing an indecent act before child is 'the charge to a man nmed Ed. Koiiguay must answer un- :T sect kin 205 of the trnaioal code. .c was taken before (he city magis- ra'tc. this morning and remaadcd un- il Monday neit. Tiie local government agent, J. S- Alexander, is making arrange- icnts to tlie block on which he fine new overmnenl ate Gifts that Last 7To get fortf, kaires, and fancy pieces of IT beauty ask for This brand is kncmnu "Silver f late that TobuylhlsTTareislogcdlieul- most Krvtce tnd satisfaction and the heattest Eiher plate. Knonn for over Sold by Dealers FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Dr. Mantel's Female Pills have been the Standard for 20 years and for 40 years prescribed and recommended by Physicians. Accept no other. At All drug- the addit'iou will greatly improve the appcaiar.ee of the grounds. 0. Barclay, manager of the Cress's Nest Trading company, came in ou the "Kiyer" last ulgbt from the coast. The Orpheum theatre was ol iKe teit adijfd heilidf, Ni-Diu-Co Tile-jm PoiKd-( 'lit kulihy It U loiU 10 GK EVKNC FRANCES TURNER CHARGED WITH STABBING WAS CON- SEQUENTLY DISMISSED FERNIE NOTES Fernic, May OR Frances in? woman who is charged with hav- ing slabbed her husiianrl fur limes iluring a drunken squabble fotc last. rclff.scrt loilay Turner refused. In give citrlcncc also, an a'.tci. ol all members! Is desired, jlhi i tci stilt sentence. f.rifvctfalirjg a disltuhancc iri of d'unk n and Rill probably gel badly gutted by fire last Is facing rcpaireA and renovated ami soon be in running nrder aa oving picture house again. cwcd in. The Duthic company will upply the necessary Iiacdn-are an'l At Any Hour vet you fee} sccoy ann out oi sort? tike of Abbey's Effervescent Sail. This atlng, pleasantly bubbling drink acts and surely on the sluggish hve-r or on and tones up the entire intestinal H mildly laxillvd !n K3 nclion a cute specific against Gout and Rheumatism. Recommended by rioctora. A Bottle To-Ja At all Druggim. Two Sizes 25c, and GOc, ;