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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX THE IETHBRIDGE DAILY HKBALP_ SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915 CLARK 5 CORNED BEEF pTHE BEST OF BEEF CURED AND COOKED TO PERFECTION AVOIDS LABOUR WASTE AND WORRY HDS i ma COFFEE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Elite Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Bwfciiig Powder. Spices. Jelly Powders and Extracts.: Purest and-best. When in doubt use Blue Rftibon. We guarantee perfect satisfaction with all our pure Food products. CONT1NVBU FROM FRONT laud and as bis omwfi. Lieut.-Col. Stewart, their lo.lurr cummwidot. commanding bricade of whkjh the Mill be a part, said goodbye to the boys si the .rounds, but rt le not the last mil of tboui They will fraternize on the field of battle at some future station platform und srounds wt-rr packed with people when tin- train reached town from the barracks grounds. Then- was very little delax in getting under way. Half an hour was allowed for farewells at the sta- tion, then the whistle of the locomo- tive cave warning, the station bell clanged, and the fcoys were on their wav. Lively Band Durins the wait, while ihe boys were coming in from the grounds, and afterwards; while the cheers of the soldk-rs mingled with those ol the Hironii, the niiiiers1 brass band, and Uy life and drum band kopt the crowd livelv with music. The brass band cave' several very fins selections, anil crashed out the "national anthem at the thrilling moment. The fife and drum band ouvlid themselves in their Hvelv rendition o! popular and pa- triotic This band a becoming as much of Institution as the pipers The Lethbridge Chocolate anil Candv Co. presented the boys each with'a delicious box of chocolates, which was naturally much appreciat- 6 Just how Ions Hie battery will re- main at Calgary is not certain, but it is not likely that the period wilt be The special bearing the hat- ten reached Calgary at seven o clock this morning, and the battery went immediately under canvas. When the bovs co east, the guns they have with them will in all probability be sent back to Lethbridge, as they are not of ibe mosl modern type, and are used for drill purposes only. The 30th battery, overseas lorecs. was organized here last tall unflei tooi over many of the men torn the 25th battery. Men were also recruit- ed in Kdmcmton. Calgary and other I I HERE is no more "reason for serving poor coffee than for making omelets of stale eggs.. Simply use rea- sonable care in making, and start wsth SEAL I BRAND COFFEE U.S. Takes Water Neededjn Alberta Foi[ Irrigation Caliary, WhetherX the States has the lioven of -takiufi. wa- tor (him the Mllft rivet- for the pur- pose Hit irrigation without loUillK ..It flow into the river, to nwinit the Caiuidiuir companies sufficient: w.a- ter Icr irrigation purposes, is the his principle at stake liv a light before lite international waterways commis- sion lit St. Paul shortly. The Milk Uiver-flows a short dis- tance Montana.' before rc-ni- i tering-Albetta. and JJmled btates 'reclamation service is tapping .the river with its irrigation works, anil neglecting; to let the rater How back The Canadian .PacifU1, which to un'llic Milk'river for irrigating part oi southern Alberta'! alleges that treaty between the two countries compels the United States lo let the water How back. ,1 S Dennis, assistant, to the pre- sident V. H. Peters, commissioner of irrigation-; Win. Pcarcc, represent- in" the Western Canaan Irrigation as- sociation, and K. F. Drake, Dominion superintendent of irrigation, will he present at the hearing. The Calgary meu last night. GERMANS LOSE' 17 SUBMARINES Louilou. May ISvontng News has received a dispatch from Copen- hagen saying the report is current In German naval circles that 1? German submarines have been lost since Keo- ruary IS. the date of the commence- ment of the submarine blockade of Britain. At the the Street In the the Meet Round the the Ball Dainty of All. Play Time or Work Time dainty fresh mint flavor of GHjtrlrta soothes, refreshes and delights. MADE in CANADA Cfmtr Coilpf'u ery Cltidtt Package CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO Major Ripley succeeded to the com- No mand of the ballerv only two wwks ago, when Lieut.-Col. Stewart was ordered to prepare to take command of the 7th artillery brigade at talra. Quick Relief with Hamlms Honestly made, uainjrpnly the purest and most cojtl.v materials. Contains no opium, chloroform orother danger- bus drugs- Ita healing penetrate riirht in where the pain and give nlai in borai. c.uta, HaDBHBi-Wizard Oil, tin Fanietu dMawt Haalimi WliarJ Oil Co. CHRISTAD.ELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet m p. m.. to commemorate the Lord's de 7 3n n in. to oroclnim th, Sub- CHRISTIAN OHIUSTIAN-Rev. C. Archer pastor. Corner 3rd avenue anil btn street. Services tomorrow at ll.SO Ot- During the training of the Twen- tieth -Battery here, life has Seen made exceedingly pleasant for the boys by the oitfzens of the. town, particularly the members of the Alexander Gait t'haptsr, I. O. D. E., who have irom time to time seen to the comfort oi the soldiers and banquetted them on occasions. The boys have' many times exorcised their wholesome apprecia- tio'n of these kindly attentions. collection. METHODIST Si reel, oei v ILIT.T LW and 7.30. Moraine subject, "lhe Burning Bush." second 'of Egypt to Canaan series. Sunday school at Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Evening subjeot, "The Touch of Je- sus." ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at eleven a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting, S p. m. The reading room is open everyone every day from three to nvo p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth Itreet, North assemble on tbe Lord's Day for breaking of bread at 11 a. rn. Sunday school at :i p. m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday 7.15 p. m. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAV ol Seventh Ave. and 13th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- Bishop Geo. -W. Green, 1018 WHOOPING COUGH! SrASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS CAT. ASTHMA COUGHS TARRII S Ell. 1171 A simple, safe and effective t.tJ. drugs. Vaporized Cresolene slops ol Whooping Couch and reliev Croup ai once, h is a los Aslhtna. Thcaircarrj-inKlhcantia haled wilh every brc.th, smodic fi ST. CYPRIAN'S CHU, corne EiEbth avenue and Eleventh street Second Ave. S. Phone 1493. n WESLEY CHURCH, corner Fourth avenue and Eleventh street Hev. G. H. Cobbledick, pastor. 11 a.m., strbiect "Peace Possible. _ Children's topic, "The p.r." Anthem and solo. "0 Soldier Mrs. Johnson, school and iQtllt classes. 7.30 p.m., SCIltXJl clllll .luuiv annual sermon to Sons of and Kentish Men, and services, anthem "0 Be Joyiu and 0 sob, "Hope and Glory, Mrs. lleldrum. All .seat? free and a heartv welcome. Street N., J. B. Francis, -pastor. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. No Need Being Old or Wrinkled Before 75 pleJoi. prewrren tban obJKSrra to I. at best they only wtnpcrmnly de- fects. Thsr. are c.rtaia .trus a ds Vature nhich may be appllixl with d fwtly opposite elect, erifnarj mereoi- i5d wai tor i.nance. actually remove oldish co.ipl.iB-. brmduulj. almost laperceptToly, tne worn- .tin. procor- able ataay .iH entirely cew and naiaral complexion, with an e'qtllita Kirtlsll color. Ot cour.e cu- MemSh... lit. piMpte. moth Juap- with tie stia- To or reai.ve wnakloi, a race bmth. which PTKluc.! .atural remltl. 5 made by dlMoSln; a. of pow- dered saiofite in kalf TW. etee untvwvd MC. witob Seymour Hi Knor, head of a ehain five and'ten cent stores, is dead at BufSalo, X. V. -E ,1. Mclntyre, formerly i teacher: in-Pickering college and St. Catber- jies Collegiate Institute, is dead. JUffiOOL CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The Heaver well holds the Alberta record for fast drilling. Four weeks last Tuesday the well was spudded and it has sow reached the 1SQQ foot- level Manager H. C. Thomas ex- pects oil in the Dakota sands which are now not far oil. i The -Stokes-Stephens wall in Ver- I digris coulee, is down 9M feet and jbad been drilling only a few weeks. I The McDougall-Segur Co., the pio- jneer oil company oi ihe Alberta iield, iis erecting derrick on Milk River near the police barracks at Pend I 'Oreille Drilling will commence on I Tuesday This is ihe only company which has Sought all cwnroissar- iat in Lethkridge. ._ Driller Weaver ias left the McDou- rall wMl and is now ereotitu; the derrick for the Montwia Canadian company half a .niili south-of the liiie.-They expect to start: drilling ny the first week in June. Among the new wells to be started on soon are the new Beaver, the Sweet Grass Development' and new Stokes-Stephens. toniuLtu.% on ii. Class meeting at- 10 a. m Mornrng sermon, "Religion of children s UUl e-M Look for the Package with the Cook green pcctauj and tenfier ttwt it tekei from t to mintes to cosk althotub the nucaroni takes K) to tOKMtOM, wiv MOTHER'S MACARONI GO. ntan JtoOvrP, MwuMl. ItMaW1 Vinaiulli. HMaar'l CONTINUED FROM FRONT PASE i In connection wiUi the demonstra- tion the following cadet orders have been issued, and it is desired the ca- I dets should pay particular attention i to them Cadet Orti.rs Companies "B" and "D" par- ade in full dress at Central school 19.30 a.m. Companies "C" and "F I parade it Westminster school in full dress at 9 a.m. Company "E" (JHss- es Dawson, Sharman and Trcnholme's parade at police, barracks in full dress at 9 a.m. The entire bugle band will parade in lull dress at Westminster school at 9 a.m. with Companies "C" and After the address on Gait square the Cadet Battalion No. 301 will march back to the police barracks ground wheie a half hours' battalion drill will be eivea All members are expected .to he present. Any member requiring any article to complete his outfit-meet at Central school, 8.30 a.m. Bv order, F. S. FILMBR, Lieut., Cadet Instructor. The committee in charge of the ar- rangements consists of Mesdajnes L. M Johnstone, convenor, E. H. Wil- son and R. F. Reeve, from tin Alex- ander Oalt-Chapter rf the I. 0. !v who have associated with them Mr, J Blackhurne from the Overseas club, and Mr. IV. A. Hamilton, sup- erintendent of the city schools. The Gait Gardens should he crowd- ed with people on Monday morning to participate in this patriotic dem- onstration. Empire Day and Victoria Dav mean more to us this year thai ever before in our history, and it wil do us all good if we get out for ar :hour on Monday morning and partial i pate in the patriotic exercises. topic, "By Products." "Evening vice, annual sermon to Epworth true workers, and induction of new officers. Rev. J. V; Howey Coaldale, -will preach, subieot, __ road from .Rascals and four men. CflUUtll ilvclliic South' Hev Canon W. V. Jlcllii5en, May Whit Sun- dav- Holy Communion, S.30 a.m.: Matins and Holy Communlon.with ser- mon, 11 a.m.: Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Rev. Canon McMlllen will preach at both lien-ices. "Sunday school and Bible classes, 3.00 p.m. ST AUGUSTLVS uano'u Murrell-Wright. Rector. Sun- dav May 53: Whit Sunday: Holy Com- munion.'S a.m.: Sunday school, 10 a. m.: Patriotic service, 11 a.m.; Ben- song, T.30 p.m. ST 3HRVS of Dth -We.' and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion every Sunday morning at 8 a. m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sunday's of the month at 11 SWISS PROTEST OCEAN OUTRAGE Switzerland. May Swiss federal authorities have decid- ed to make suitable representations to Germany on the sinking. May 7, of the Cunard liner Lusitania, hy a Gor- man submarine, as a result of which three Swiss citizens lost their lives. The iroverniiient awaiting know- ;1 ot the German reply to at night with a clean .1 TTtl 11 ir til NO WOMAN NEED HAVE STRAIGHT, LANK HAIR iflUK" OL tile vjei iiitiii WahSlngtoii note on this1 subject, ao'as to better be able to choose a wise course of procedure. The.Swim think well of President Wilson's note, but. to most newspapers It appears to be hardly strong enough. Instead of burning the life out oi. your hiiir with a heated curling iron, you can add to its life by using plain' liquid silnierine, and nt the same time secure a far better anil more lasting result. Your hair will have n delight- ful curl and natural wavy appearance, no matter in what form it Is done up.' you will simply apply a little sll- ean tootli the ha.tr The is being here by I OLQ 3 "uc j jjy la utiiir, a m and on" all High Festivals. Swjss Observera that the Swiss repre -on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at j have great weight, be- the n a.m. 01 Bible class "A 7.30. Sunday school and adult cllus'e behlnd them will be the Swiss at 3 p. m. Evensong at army, SUO.OOO stronj. HOME STUDY Arts Courses only. SUMMER SCHOOL mmt .irBUST QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION SCHOOL OF MINING SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, 'Fifth street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a m., Holiness meeting 3 p. m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights Monday, 8 p. m., public meeting, led by sisters Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' meet- Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance Saturday, 8 p. in. free and easy meet- ing. PRESBYTERIAN Rev. A. H.1 Denoon, services tomorrow at 11 a. m'.' and 7.30 p. m. In morning Empire MARCONI WILL AID HOMBLAND New York. N.T., 'May William Marconi, inventor of the wireless tele graph, who came here from Ital; to testify in a suit involving Maroon wireless patents, announced today in the federal court -in Brooklyn that h would have to sail tomorrow mornln for Italy, with bis testimony not ye given oscause of the Imminence c war between Italy ani8 Austria. Mr. Marconi eaid he had boen orde ed to return home by the Italian Am bassador at suggestion has been made fro. Montreal to the Minister of Mint that the mourning emblem worn h relatives ot Canadians, who have len up their lives at the front for th (lag and. for what the Han stands lo -should he white. initeatl of hlucV. he cral Hughes is with 11 idea. CHAS.CAI. ENSINEER1NG T. CHOWM. Piano Day Service. Boys' department, of Sunday school at 10 a.m., other de- partments at 3 p.m. Chinese class at 4 pm. Evening subject, ''Promotion Through Character." Full choir at each service. Everyone cordially wel- comed. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor Rev. A. C. Bryan! Morntag at am., "Rivers nf Living Waters.'? Junior Sunday school at 2; senior Sun- day school at 3.16: Sen-ice at 7.80, subject, "The Ploughman." St. Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 m.; evening service at 7.30; A. >l. McLeod, pastor. TRINITY CHURCH, HARDIE- VILLE-Pastor, Mr. T. T. Faichney. Sabbath school service at 2.30 p.m. Evening service at 7.30 p. m. Ail are cordially invited. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Filth U-c North Baptist church, Sunday uorniDK at 11 o'clock, remembering he Lord's death. Sunday evening 30 iraspel and divine healing ser- ies' Tuesday at 8 p. m. baptismal ervice. Thursday at 8 p.m. special waiting upon God for the baptism o ,he Holy Ghost. A hearty welcome to ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Corner Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rev. Fath er Rosenthal. pastor Rev. Ft. Min- weKin assistant. Children's Miss al 8 am. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m Sunday school at 3 pirn. Evening vice at 7.3'J. Sermons at each service LUTHERAN PAUL'S FIRST LUTHEHAt Corner Sixth Ave. an Fifteenth street. Rev. C. Grant, mln ister. German services at 11 s. m Sunday school at. 3 p. m, fc-nglis services at 7.30. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTfST 3l Ave S. and 9th St. 11 a. m. Th pastor, Ross, "Holy Spirit. Noon, Bible school anil Adult clasi 7 30 p.m., Baptismal service. FIFTH A.VKNUB Con er fifth avenue and Eighteenth stree school, '1 p.m DOINGS AROUND TABER (Taber Times) On Saturday evening last a local Austrian, by the name of Alex Topet- ski-helped himself lo some cash out of the cash register at the Taber hotel He was rounded uti by the police, and on Monday received a sentence of two I- tall. The'liotels 1n Taber were all suc- cessful la-getting their renewals for another year. On Tuesday evening the choir ot Knox church gave.a farewell party at tbe home of Dr. Leech, in honor of H. f. accountant in the La- Imreh, -drawing' from root to tip. As you will not need to repeat the application fur a considerable time- oven it the weather be unusually few ounces from, n druggist will last you a long This will not spot the scalp or streak the hair, and It is neither sticky nor greasy. It. is without question the best hair curl- ing method yet found and no dou-bt will soon be as popular here as it is in England., where it Advertisement. nadian Bank "of Commerce, who been transferred to Prince Albert. The inembern of the choir and mem- bers of the.bnnk staff were present and f very enjoyable evening wus en- hy all. Mr. Ligslna wns prment- ed" with a handsome clock by the choir. Recorder Weir, of Montreal, arjer IB years' He mil ;et a pension. Undisputed Leadership CORN FLAKES The Heart of the Corn ;