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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 27. 1910 LETHIWIDGR DAILY I1KHALD PAGE FIVE A Sample Gave Relief Victoria, January 18th. For several years I have beeu troubled with Kidney and Bladder Trouble, caused by uric acid, and the pains raatiou direct from him. If you have any difficulty in Retting Gin Pills National Drug A Chemical Co. of Canada? Limited Toronto 30 Life Unbearable from Health Re.torea by JEREMIAH C. LYNCH, A naturalized American citizen of New York, who has been convicted of participation in thft Sinn Fein revolt, S and sentenced to ten years' i nient after being condemned to deathi. President Wilson's intervention pre- vented his execution on -May 10th, j last. Knox Church corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. A. H. Denoon, Pastor, Manse laiO Fourth'Avenue S., phone -iu- Regular services morning and evening Boys' Department at 10 a.m. Big Brothers, and Big Sisters at 12.30. STILL ANOTHER GEN. HUGHES Ottawa, .May rank of gen- enil has been conferred on another member o[ the -Hughes family. The laslest recipient ;s colonel, now Brigadier-General, St. Pierre Hughes, who is 10 command the 12th Brigade in the recently organized fourth Canadian division, under Ma- jor-General David Watson, of Quebec. James Ij. Hughes, of Toronto, has J but the honorary rank of, colonel, hut I Sir Sam, his soir-Garner, and his two i brothers, John ajjd William, are now all generals. General .lohn is an in- spector-general in the west, while Generals Garnet and William are ov- erseas in the trenches. I MEU.C. C.GAUDRETAU _ Jlochoil T.Q., -I.'IH. 1-Jill, IPlO. i "I sud'cri'd for nnny witli tenible Indigestion and I hut-ami! 'thin and miserable. hud j frequent diuy spells jiud hewuni; si> rim down that I never thought I would get well again. neighbor advised me to try 'Fruit- n-lives'. "J did so and io the surprise of niy doctor, I beyau to ijuprovo and I continued this mediant! and all my I Indigestion and Constipation was relieved. I consider thai I owe my life to 'Fruit-a-Uves' and want to say to ttiose who suffer from Indigestioijj Constipation or Headaches, try 'Fruit- 'H-livcs'. Give this lovely fruit medicine you will get well tha Game as I CORIXE GAUDHEAU. OOc. a box, G for trial size, 25c. At all .dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-n-tives Limited, Ottawa. St Andrew's Church MoNJcol, M. Services morning and even- Sunday School at 2 and p.m. Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N-., Baptist Church a.m., remembering the Lord's Death. Evening, 7.SO, Gos- pel meeting. p.m., Prayer and tha Word. j p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghoat. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL Pte. Peter Cotor, of the Bat- j talion, while canoeing on Lake Nip- issing. upset and was drowned. are twice at many British- I born soldiers aervliiR1 In tlie Canadian expeditionary forots as there arc Can- J adisns and all other nationalities add- ed together. Official iigurr-s giving tiie percentages o; nationalities ami I of religious denominations, serving i with tho Canadian forces, compiled up to February 29th the Department i of Uj) to that date there had :hoer. enlisted with the colors iTO.ltfii JiritisU bora Ottiwiiaris i and other natiurmSilies. 01" the itrUish born were EnciiBli- men. Im-ier ihtec oonditioiiH the Church of Knglam! naturally leads ir. the per- cent niter- of tlenon- inaiions. Up to Febrtmry 30. KM.GSP adherents 1 of inn Church donned die khaki. denominations are Mcthoriist. Presbyterian, 1HG: liomau Catholic, Ran- I lists and Congregationalists. Jewish, oilier denominations, The following return shows the en- listmoat by nationalities uu to Feb. I In: Canada 73.035; tjaglaaU 1QK.4S3; I Scotland, Ireland, [Wales ''UiiO' New Zealand and Aus- 1 tralia East Indies, West 'Indies and British posscsions in South America, other_British possessions, France 43.: Rus- sia, 737; Belgium 403; Serbia. 82; Montenegro, Sit; Italy 164; United States 6.68-1: Greece, 103; Spain and Portugal, 27; Japan or China, 17J; Switzerland, 123; Holland, 157; Nor- way 403- Rouinania, 34: Sweden. Denmark, 233; '.Mexico 20; Ice- land 27; Syria 20; Brdzil 7; Arabia, Chile 14; Argentina 7; Galicia, 7; Bulgaria, 61- other nationalities 2j4; Total enlistment to February loth. lillG, Mothers lypLLIONS of mothers in the States use Ivory Soap exclusively in the nurs- ery. This should make you certain of its mildness, for? as you know, there is nothing tenderer than the skin of a baby. IVORY'SOAP PURE Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada Save Your Hair With Newbro's l-Icrpicide REMANDED AGAIN Reglna. Sask., May cases against J. P. Brown and B. II. Dev- line. in the Regina police court this morning were both remanded to next Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, be- cause of Brown be'irig required at the TVetrnore Commission. ROBERT SIMPSON CO. OPENS IN REGINA Kegina, Sask., May train bringing tile staffs of the Hob- ert Simpson company from Toronto, arrived today over the C.P.R. .There were ninety-nine in the party, includ- ing 'Mr. K. Cornwall, general manager of the branch house here. Mr. Corn- wall said that the new building con- taining five acres of floor space was complete and .that managers would start at once1'to drill the new employ- ees, who will shortly total 400 in their work for the opening, June 1. [GERMAA FOIvlvEB AEROPIAXE CA11TRED. Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie Logue Boyd, B.A., Minister. S.30 Saboath pchool. 730 p.m.: Church Service. The theme of the sermon for May JR will be "Personal Religion." METHODIST Wesley Church Rev G. H. Cobfaledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 Rev W. .1. Conolly, B.A., President or Conference, will preach morning and evening. 8 p. m.: Bible School and Adult Class- Music by the choir under direction of Claude Hughes. Westminster Church Rev, J. B. Francis, Pastor 10 a m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's Topic, "Slang." Sermon, "The Life Radiant." 2.45 p.m.: Sunday School. 7.30 p.m.: Tonic, "Calling Forth the Best." CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South nt At 3 p.m. ClaE5- to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim tbe glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Bnbject: "The Man Chrlit Jeiui Pro- phet, Priest and King." All Seats Free. No Collection ANGLICAN N St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. RECTOR Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright, M. A. Holy Communion at S a.m. 11 a.m. 7.30 p.m. Sunday 10 "a.m. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B.A., Rector a. m. Sunday School and t Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun days at 8.30; 2nd and 'Jth Sundays i at II a.m. j Sundays at 4 p.m. St. Alary's Church Cor. O'.h Ave. and 12th Street C., N Holy .Communion Every. S.unday morning at 8 a.m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st.and 3rd Sundays, of., the month at 11 a.m., and o'n iail.iHigh Festivals. Matins on tub 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lord's Picture shows one of the speedy recently, on exhibition in a Northern German Potter machines which was brought down over the Frencu lines France town. RAYMOND NEWS Day for the Breaking of Brea 11 a.m. (From the Leader) than allow his horses to es- cape, 11 year old Billy Kenny was dragged beneath thft plow he was operating last Wednesday with the result that .lie is in the Gait hospital with one of his feet amputated. It appears that tho plow a badger hole throwing 'the lad from the plow seat. He phickily hung on to the i reins and was dragged beneath the i Reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. So injured was the toot' that he was at once rushed to Loth- bridge', where an operation was per- formed and part of the member ampu- Sunday School at 3 p.m. Gospel Preachfng-at 7.30 p.m. Bible LATTER DAY SAINTS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at II a.m. Wednesday meet- ing at s' p.m. HEADING ROOM OI'RN TO EVBIIY- ONB DAILY PROM 3 to 5 p.m. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday .a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green, 10 i6 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. 11 ?.TV'.: Morning service. 1.2 noon: Sunday Duluiol, 7.30 Evening service. Jlev. C. C. McLanrin. who has just returned from attending the North- ern Baptist Convention at Minne- apolis, U. S. A., will speak at both services, All are cordially invited tate.d. He is now doing nicely, ac- icordiur to latest reports., Lambing is still in progress anrt not be over for some time yet. j I The average promises to be quite satisfactory and in some instances the percentages were excellent. A representative at tho Loader visited ,T. Alfred Hirie'ij flock. Wednesday, I where ho flaw some very fine lambs, large lusty fellows. 5Ir. Rirle will get close to 100 per, cent. SALVATION ARMY A deal involving a anng fortune ot Service, Held at 'the Citadel, 5th St. WOO was.closed this-week U.was a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal Meeting. the most important deal in ranching circles. Two thousand .high grade Montana sheep sold by Peacock 8 p.m.. widely known flock boron of aiie lie Meeting, led by Sisters. neighboring stale, -to MentLennaii Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. .CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30 a.m.: Sunday School, follow- ed by Communion Service. Everybody Welcome, Herald Advertising Brings ihe Business Uros.. of Mngrath, the transfer being made through Hay Knight. Prof. T. Dickson, of Cornell Uni- versity, Slate, lias been: at- tached to the 235th Durham and Nor- thumberland .Battalion as lieutenant. If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide In 1 and 2 pound also Fine Ground for Perco- REBELS AM GOV1. San Antonio, May op- erating about Cuernavaca and be- tween Cuernavaca and Mexico City attacked a train on which govern- ment employees were being sent to Cuernavaca to assume governmental work in Cuernavaca. retaken by the defacto' government forces a few days before. On the train were many women, wives and daughters of em- ployees. Almost all of them were re- ported to have been subjected to in- dignities after which a few of them were killed. The train was wrecked south of Trfr.1'Marias-oh a heavy grade. The attacking force overwhelmed the' lit- tle ffuara -and continued pouring .into the care a heavy fire while those who Seapcd j'rpm the doors and windows were-brought down as they attempted to escape into the Only one man, the express messenger, was left alive, recording to reports received I here today. I rebels secured from the. train J n ronsiRT.rhsnt of ammunition said to ibo cartrlrtfiss and 'pesos of tho new issue of currency, CAMP UNITS Moose Jiiv.% frcro rccievd today from'district head- quarters that the I2Sth nnrt bat- lialfono with headquarters here, would i jiroeofitl early in .lime to Sewell I for training. The 128lh under- Lieut- esant-Co'tonel Pawlett, has been in i full strength for some weeks, while j the 229th under Lieutenant-Colonel H. D. PleUett has about 800 mon. In- alructiomj as to the 210th battalion have not been received as yet. New York, May man giving the name of Adolph de Leenw, 34 years old, a native of Holland, was arrested last night by Capt. Tuuney, head of the "bomb squad" of the Xew York police, charged with revealing the contents of government docu- ments and offering them sale in violation of the penal law. De Leciiw is accused of offering to reveal to Capt. Guy flaunt, naval at- tache of the British embassy, the con- rents of. seven letters, Tour of. which bore the seal of the Imperial German embassy at Washington. Capt. Tun- ney alleges that De Leenw whose ar- j rest was caused by Captain Gaunt. I has confessed he offered the letters for sale because of financial e urban- rassment. De Leeuw, Capt, Gaunt charged, colled on him last week and offered permission to photograph the letters on payment of Capt. Tunney said De Leeuw's arrest followed his submission, of a similar proposal to two detectives introduced to De Leeuw as British secret service agents. You Can Get Them TODAY! A Choice of Almost Eighty New Selections New Victor Records FOR JUNE These are the tvrtisls who have provided for your .entertain-, Victor artists, of course, and the pick of the world's best talent. Military Murray Juiia Harlan Alma O'Hara Concert Brown Italian Retd Marimba Burr Zimbalist John H. Kaufman Harry Quartet and and others Here arc a few of the enjoyable selections which they will sing and play for you. Yes, only a few, there are many, many others. THREE TEN-INCH, DOUBLE-SIDEO VICTOR CENTS FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS. Alice, Where Art Thou! JIoKee Trio Come Back to Erin JIcKee Trio 17995 Dixieland, lly Home T Geoffrey O'Hara I Gave My Heart and Hand to Someone Peerless Quartet 18024 In Old Victor Military Band United Empire, March Victor Military Band 17S98 LAUDER'S NEW SCOTCH SPECIALTY My Bonny Bonny Jean Harry Lauder 70115 RED SEAL RECORDS 'My Old Kentucky Home Alma Cluck 7-146S Venetian Song John McConnack 64549 Hear them at any "His Master's A7oice" dealers Write for free copy of our- 450-page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000 Victor Records BEELBfER GllAM-O-l'HONE CO. 143 LENOIR STftEET MONTREAL Dealers In Every. Town and City One Price from Coast to Coast Victor Rccords-r-Made in Canada Look for Matter's Voice" Tride MarX MASON RISCH, Ltd. The of The Victroh Balmoral Block Fifth Str.rt South ;