Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tire HKHAI.D Lethbridge Churches PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. ar.d 8th Stroot S. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. 11 ..in -111) W Durnsi N UUIIIM services at H a.w. -ud Sundays j, m. Lord's 10 a.m.' Boys Department. 13.30 a.m.: Big Sisters ami Big Broth- SoTp.m.: Other Departments of Sun- (lav School and Adult nible Class. 4 p m Chinese Class. J1US1C: Morning: Anthem. -Ulissia are tha Merciful." by llllrs: bolt. Were .Ninety and Mncv J> Campion. Evening: Anthem i en Tnto Mo My People." by bullnan. j CHRISTADELPHIANS t In the Moose Hall. HI8lnbolh.m Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenuo South Wednesdays: S p.m.. liiblo C'hiss. the pro- l.oru I'f.i'n claim die lUail tidings ilic ilom of God. there a Devil? What Does the Bifclc Teach All Seats Free No Collec.ion SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadcl._5th St. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNichol, M.4.. Pastor Manse 707 13th Street N. Regl'litr Services at 11 a.m.-.-30 p.m Junior Sunday School at 2 p.m. Senior Sunday School at p.m Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie Boyd, S.A, Mlnirttr. 230 p.m.: Sabbath School. p.m.: Church service. Sunday-'U a.m.. 'l-lolluess Meeting.: 3 p.m. Praise Meeting nud ..oO bai- i vation Meeting. I Week S p.m.. Pub- p.m. salvation Meeting Citadel 'band in attendance. Saturday, S p.m.. free and easj I meeting. Everybody Welcome SATUllDAY, NOVEMBER 'I. 1016 METHODIST Wesley Church Rtv. G. H. CohbledlcK, Futtt Parson.ge 11lh St. S. Phone 404 11 am" "The Divine Ideal In Family S nm Bible School with classes for young men, young women and mar- ried folk. 7 SO p m Third in Story ot Life of 'David.'The Generous and Kmgly "My Father. Thro' Another "Dalton; Solo.Mrs. H. H. John- sou "Saviour Thy Children Keep.' Sullivan; -Male Quartette. "Now the Day is Over." Barney: Messrs. Janiieson. Simrn, Whiddington and Speck. Members of Wesley Onward Biblo Class, Dr. Loverine teacher, UTS specially requested to be present Sunday at S p.m. On Tuesday even- ing at" the residence of Mrs. Lorer- ine our reunion social, when we hope 10 meet all members and their friends. Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor 10 a m.: Children's Clnss Meeting. Ham" Children's Topic. "The Drift- ing Ship." Sermon. "What Every Man is Seeking." 2 p.m.: Beginners and Primary Depts. ot" the S. S. Other Depts. at 3. 7 30 p.m.: "The Law of the Harvest." Evangelist Barton will speak at both services. PENTECOSTAL PentccMtal Mission Fifth N. Church 9UNDAY-11 a.m.. remwnberlng Uio Lord's Death. Evening, 7.30, Gos- pel meeting.' 10 a.m.: Sunday School. p.m.. Prayer and the P.m., Special waiting upon Cod'for the Baptism of the jLliEARTY WELCOME TO ALL Buroman's Hall. 418 13lh St. Bellevere assemble on the Lord s j Day for the BreaUlns of Broad ut 11 "a.m. Sunday School at 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 7th Ave. and 12th St S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bitnop Geo. W. Oreen, 1016 2nd Ave. South. Phone 1493 BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rt! Ave. and 9th St. S. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. C. Baker, Pastor 11 a.m.: Christian Gospel's Salutation." 12 noon: Sunday School. 7.30: Topic. "What jesus Expects of a Disciple." Everybody Welcome BELIEVERS JSPEN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Street 3. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening. Testimony in" at S p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO ALL ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor 11tn Street and 9th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMMIen, B A.. Rector a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes. 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at S.30; M and 4th Sundays at'll a.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. Christian Church 10.30: Sunday School. 11.30: Preaching service followed by communion service. Subject, A Grain of Wheat. 30- (Krmn Our o-vn on-ivi'i'iuli-nti hi.u-h cost of! HvlliK. tlio live subject or Ihn liny to all regular livers, lias been taken ui by (he city rouneil held its re g'nlar mootlnc last niirlil. The ''its-; employees at the power house made a reciuost for an increase in bas-! ing their elalm upon Iho Increaso in' living expenses, niul from this official j notice tho debate took on a general J scope, and after much discussion it j decided to arrange for a mass of citizens nt an early i at which tiie most absorbing iiuestion ot liow to rcgulato prices will be the question before the house. The action of the Dominion gov- ernment in turning the vital subject j ovor lo the municipalities for a-renl- Icrty, lias made il a very general IHIPS-! tion. and it will bo interesting to sec: just how far the municipalities of so! Marge a territory can be brought to act in any kind of concert. It looks to Fernie people like a hopeless scatter- ing of energies, this shunting'of the subject, upon the side track of muni- cipal action, but they are going to run in on the siding to see where it leads i to. Patriotic Fund Tlio financial statement of Sei-.-j Treas. A. Cummings. covering tin-; period from Oct. llth. the date to j i from FnsHnd which the last monthly report was ex-i the steamer Pmladei.inia ironi uigia m sllowins the collections and j who attracted the esof liu, fc Onlont5 the amalgamated! (eilow-trave ers was apian John F 5M> fm. Hlc CShan 01 tho canauun 1 loneei flat (hreG from Ott f-romjto the Sis, has just been handed on, nine inch shell on Sept. 15 while for publication. n" his men in an attack on a; tleneral collections at Fernie and German trench near Combles. He, Coal Creek amounted to Last of His Boys Left From War Is Shot Through Spine New York. Nov. 4.-A pas '.'FROM FACTORY TO HOME" TWENTY BRANCH STORES HEAD "OFFICE FACTORIES, The Mason Rlsch Piano is a Wonderful Instrument THE WORTHY RESULT OF HALF A CENTURY OF SCIENTIFIC PIANO MAKING. IT IS AN ARTISTE TRIUMPH, POSSESSING EVERY RE- QUIREMENT OF THE PERFECT INSTRUMENT- BEAUTY OF TONE, GRACEFUL DESIGNING, f F-ULTLEES CONSTRUCTION. j IT TAKES BUT LITTLE j CASH TO GET ONE; THE j PRIVILEGE OF EXTENDED PAYMENT WILL BE CHEERFULLY GRANTED. M AS O RISCr-f LIMITED 5TH ST. SOUTH, BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE 'HEAVY DRINKERS RARE Sir John French on Decrease Drunkenness in British Ai jineneed their beneficent work, and the 'change during that tine has been, f something miraculous. "A few years before tha war com-. oom Win'' on a bed. and was ?2SSS.2D. Atkins has found much more attrac-jof battle that tlu vl' on a to an. nhhursomenis for the same period: I Uve ami llim.h less expensive. They j different men the; from P private hos-' r o. D. K. for Hed Oroap. Fornie. wholesome refreshment and j nitil where "he will vamain for. sonieji. O. D. B.. Baynes. 525; Tobacco narmiess recreation for him; j BULLET-1 hnmp in nrtiild Slfi: Oanadiflll Patriotic! _...... n._. n V AT T.nmlOTi. Nov. 4. toetora going on lo ImmP In 1 Mrs. Gould. ?15: Canadian Patrlouc iFiuul, Victoria. S2715: rotate on over BULLET-TORN BIBLE It. was the opening of a new Y. London, Nov. Starr, of On- C A hut by Lord French thai afforded I tarlo, preached in Canterbury him'tin- opportunity lo-tell how much dral a memorial sermon for the Units, nun UIM, j_ _ to the Queen n Own. To the Ladu of the House. This Interests You It will soon be cold weather. So cold that if you go out when you are very warm, and witlrwet hands and arms, you are almost sure to take cold which might result seriously. You can avoid such a misfortune by sending your laundry to us. Don't forget our rough dry laundry. Only six cents per pound, and all work" is finished ready for use, and all pieces requiring starch are starched ready to iron. You cannot afford to have the worry, and the nuisance of having the washing clone at home when you can get it done by us under mod- ern, sanitary methods for six cents per pound. Get day" out of the house, you can use-your time to good advantage in other ways. You can save coal, save soap and above all save worry and pre- serve your health. Ask our driver for lists. No parcel taken-for less than 50 cents. DON'T DELAY! Phone Do It NOW! Lethbridge 'Laundry Co., Ltd. New Shell Spread; Heat of 3000 De- grees Over 300-Yard Radius Under the caption, "The Spirit of the New the Russian-Ameri- can Journal of Commerce calls atten- llun to I at tei ms the feverish activity to be observed throughout tho length and breadth.of the Russian Empire." All travellers coming out of Ru- la it is stated bear testimony to the wonderful reawaken ing everywhere noticeable in, the em pire. i "Americans in particular.' the. Jour 1 nal says, "seem most deeply Impress cd with the thinned conditions in Russia and are most sanguine as to the future of that country. They Eay 1 that there is something aliin to the iold call of the. west in the fast-open- ing opportunities and the wide-reach- ing resources of Russia which sends! an anxious tinge through the veins of. every -vmcrican business man or pros- pector who has delved into Russian conditions as they exist today and is far-sighted enough to see the pros- perity that is- in store for tha Rus- sian people. i "Factories in Russia arc running day and nisht turning out munitions; of "war, clothing, and the varied, ne-j cessities of the empire's multimillions., have said they were sur-1 prised at the large number of fac- j lories, especially between Petrograil and Moscow. Other factories are ing up with feverish haste, and every- where, it seems to the traveller, rail- roads arc under construction. Many of the lines arc ni-w, while others are being double-tracked. Men and wo- imen are workm? sido by side on the i railroads, the women handling picks and shovels with even greater strength 'i and effect than many of the. men. i "The returning Russian travellers I bring many and varied stories 01 the military resources of the empire. One Ut these is to the effect that not less I than S.OOO.W) men have been recently sent to the front and that another 000.000 are in training. All are Im- bued with tile absolute assurance that the weight of Russian men and ma- terial must be the deciding factor in the war. There has been told, too, the story of a new explosive shell be- ing in Russia after al French formula, but not yet used on tlie western shell which in exploding spreads over a radius of 300 yards a beat of 3000 wi- thering blast calculated to incinerate all within its fiery reach." founders Capt Erland B. 1-laddow, of Revel- years ago since the stoke, has been awarded the Military "the Y. M. C. A. com-Cross. The New WWe Wheat food with Flavor originated tyihe CAUGHT MAKING SHELLS UNSAFE BY HOLE DRILLS Toronto, Nov. in an named Ny- [lin and his son were arrested In Ham- ilton on the charge of having- tem- pered with shells ill a munition fac- tory by boring shells, mailing them exceedingly dangerous. The Hi- ther was Mic minarintendcnt .of the factory, ;tnd they tira'nofr lieW asalien enemies. Under no-condition 'were I they allowed ball. the first time in 'the history of things to eat, the whole of the Wheat appears on tha table as'a delicacy. KRUMBLES, the new Kellogg food with the delicious flavor, brings to you all the nourishment of- the wheat, with a full, rich flavor that you've never known before in a wheat food The discovery of Krumbles is an achievement of the Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co. It is the whole of the wheat, cooked, and delicately toasted by a special and exclusive method. Krumbles has a fine sweetness of its the more you chew it, the sweeter it tastes. Made in Toronto, Canada. In the WAXTITE package-) fa signati Krumbles __Wheai Readyio! CANADA W.K KP. L CO, Towotd.