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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THW MTTHHRinGE T) A T T, Y Hi? If AT, 11 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER B, 1915 THIS WOMAN'S SICKNESS QiikSuy Yielded To EL Pinkham't Vegetable Compound. Baltimore, Md. am mow than glad to tell what Lydi a E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound did for :ne. I suffered dreadful pains and was very irregular. I became alarmed and sent for Lydia E- Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. I took it reg- ularly until I -was without a cramp or pain and felt like another person, and It has now been six months since I took any medicine at all. I hope my little note will assist you in helping other wo- men. I now feel perfectly well and in the best of health." Mrs. AUGUST W. KONDNER, 1632 Hollins Street, Bal- timore, 5Id. i Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful to-day holds the-record of feeing the most successful remedy for female ills we Vnow of, and thousands of vohintary testimonials on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., to prove this fact j For thirty years it has been the stand- ard remedy for female ills, and has re- Etc-red the health of thousands of women j have been troubled with each ail- j ments u displacements, inflammation, ukention, tumors, irregularities, etc. If you want special advice to Lydia Pink it am Med- icine Co., (confidential) Lynn, Mass, Tourletterwillbeopened, read and answered by a womau and held in strict confidence. The annual meeting of tho Alberta iiranch of the Canadian j Cioss society, will in 1 the lecture roatd at tUc 1'ublic Lib- rary, calvary, on Tuesday, Novenr- tier' .t... I It is hoped that a large number of delegates will DC present irom all o.ti i.t ro-ince. Special rates have been received from the different ntihvay companies on the following" terms Delegates pun-hase first class full fare tnot temporarily reduced) one way tickets to tho plate of the meeting, and outain certificates to that effect on Standard Certificate Forms. Tic'cet agents arc supplied with Standard Certificates, and are instructed to issue them upon appli- cation. This aDnlies only on tickets costinc 50 cents or more. Where delegates to travel over more than one railway to reach the place of meeting, they will require to purchase tickets -and obtain certifi- rates as abo'.e for each railway, un- less otherwise arranged for, and the issue of through authorized. During the progress of the meeting, all Standard Certificates. held- bv the delegates, will be collected by the secretary, and. the'information called for on the certificates filled iiu Fares will be as fellows If 100 or more delegates hold Stand- ard Cerfcificat s correctly filled in cer- as directed and val'dated, (her j be returned to their original starting noint free. j If 50, they will he returned to original start ni? noint at one-third of the war first-class fare. If 49. or less, they will be to their original noint nt two-thirds the one way first class fare. Tickets mi'st fce ni'rchaced within ilars r Svrirtavs of the SEAL BRAND (bFFEE that will make yonr household guests grateful; yourself enthu- In 1 and 2 pound cans. Whole ground also Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 159 FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS' A New Home Cure That Anyone Can Use Without Discomfort or Loss of Time. j We have a New Method that cures; Asthma, and we want you to try it: at our expense. No matter whether I your case is of long-standing or re- cent development, whether ti is pres- ent as occasional or chronic Asthma, you should send and are for three davs aftrr the (renting. Not'res of the are sftnt to all hnnches of societv in the provinces, and to the various rep- vitation is -extended to the mayors of all towns in Alberta, and to the colore's and Ifeut.-colonels in the nro'-'ince. It is hoped that all those PRESBYTERIAN Fourth avenue.and Eighth street; Rev. A, H. Denobn, pas tor; manse, 1210 Fourth avenue South; 'phono, to morrow -ai u a.m. tmd 7.30'ptiu. Rev. J. H. Ed mison of Toronto wil'l proacli morning service. Rev. A. G. firyat at evening service. Music: Morning solo, "How Lovely Are Thy Dwell Ings" Mrs. Layton; evening anthem, "Just as 1 am" (Sclmecker) A 20-mInutes' organ recital pfecediug the evening service will corapri group of numbers from Mendelssohn's "Songs'Without Words." Big Sisters class at 12.IJO; Big Brothers' and Boys' department of the Sunday school at 2; other departments at S.. Chinese class nt 4, TRINITY CHURCH, Service will be held tomorrow after- noon at 3.30. The Rev, A. C, Bryan will occupy the pu'iplt. ST. ANDREWS Rev. A. C. a.m., regular norithly war service. Mr. Castleman of the'High school will speak 7.30 p.m., Rev. Mr. Kdralson, general sec- 'etnry of the Home Mission Board, Toronto, will speak, reviewing tho work of the whole church. Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 a.m.; evening service at 7.30. T. R. Galbraith, pastor. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTA'S CHURCH, Corner Second avenue and Eighth street; Rev. Canon Mumel-Wright, Communion, every Sunday, at S a.m.f and on first Sunday of the1 month at 11 a.m. Matins, at 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S of 5th Ave. and 12th'St. C. N.- Holy j communion every Sunday morning at! and 3rd Sundays of- the month at 11 a, m., and on -all High Festivals. Friends Go As 'Pimples Com Stuart's Calcium Make Yoi Face Clean and Radiant In a Few Dayi. Trial Package Mailed FREE No neod Tor anyone to go aboi tiny lougsr with u face covered wll pimples, blotches, eruptions, blac heads ami liver spots. These tire a due to Impurities In the 'bloo Quit Having to be Ashame of. They Vanish and a Beautiful Corn plcxion Follows Quickly by Using Stuart's Calcium Wafers Cleanse the blood thoroughly and thj blemishes will disappear. That's what Stuart's Calcium Waf ers are intended to accomplish ani io accomplish. Their principal in _ -edient is Calcium Sulphide, the quickest and most thorough blooi cleanser known. These wonderful little wafers ge right into the blood, and destroy iru-ptive-substances present in it. in oino cr is a few days is sufficlen o make a marked improvement. And vhen the blood Is pure the whole sys em is a hundred per cent better. Don't fret any longer about those blackheads, pimples, bolis, tetter, ec zema, spots or skin eruptions; thej all go and "go quick" if you use Stuart's Calcium Wafers. Go to anj connected with the work will make a Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at Matins on the-2nd and 4th Sunday at "and '-buv a box te sSpiruJa special eRort to attend this meeting. day for free trial package. ST. CYPRIAN'S Candidates in Contest J. D. McXMll. coal merchant, is a of Eighth avenue and Eleventh street; candidate for mayor of Vancouver. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, ____ __ ______ Sunday. November 7: Holy Commun- ion, 8.30 Matins, 11 a.m.; Even- song, 7.30 p.m. Rev. Canon AIcMiUen will preach at both services. Sunday school, Junior Girls', Junior Boys' and Adult Bible c'asses at 3 p.m. METHODIST Corner Fourth avenue FIRST SUBSCRIPTION VOTES NEXT WEDNESDAY Today the'nomination ot 5000 vines Is credited to all the candidates in _____ _____ ___ the even start. Nest contestants who nave sent and Eleventh street; Rev. G. H Cob- in subscription reports be credited with 10.0CO additional votes if they bledick. pastor: parsonage. 320 Elev- have that many and wish them voted. No candidate wtll 'be allowed to hand street; 'phone to- in for publica'ticn more than votes best-le the nomination. Until morrow 11 a m children's topic further notice any candidate who has the votes may increase his or her vote, Boy Was a "A to Men Affalrs., 3 For he standing is nub- Bible school and adult classes. ...l.0i lUTUier UUtlLG Oilt .'uu wiiw our method. matter m jhat ell- 10 the rrevious vote of the last stand. F mate you live, no matter what your the limit all told, is The next time th age or occupation, if you are.troubled nshod those who "have, the 'rotes may add 10.000 more, making a total of; _ with" asthma, onr method should re- wil-be published Wednesdays and Saturdays until further Here you promptly; :on tlie Hmit wiu incn-arrd. The reason is obvious-to We especially want to-send it to prevent anv one'-wlia has had good luck at the beEinmna. from trying "to tfaoso apparently hopeless cases, Vith-the contest. T-- all forms ot inhalers, doucnes, The the list of candidates so far nominated in the Herald's -4. preparations, fumes, patent subscription'; contest, arranged in alphabetical order; etc., have failed. Carmangay, Alta............ 1o iliovf everyone at our own expense, t this new methol Is all difficult breathing, all wheez-j ir. and all those terrible paroxysms a; and for all time. Tiiis free offer Is too Important to Et-Ucct day. Write now.'and thes method at once: Send no money. Simply mail coupon he- low. :DO it Today. FREE ASTHMA COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Room R81M, Niagara, and Hudson Sts., Buffalo, N.-Y. Send free trial of your method to: GRAY HAIR Or. Tremain'i Natural Hair Re- storative used as directed is guar- anteed to restore gray-hair to nat- ural or money refunded. Positively not a dye and non-in- jurious. On sale at J. D. Hlgin- botham Co., Ltd., Lethbrldge. P.rice (postpaid.) Write Tre- nialn Supply Co., Dtpfc 'L.H.' To- ronto. 5.000 Benson, Commerce, Alta. Mrs. Thomas Bernler, 2, First Street South...... Walter Dulmage, Seven Persons, Alta........ Hiss Donnelly, Travers, Alta Gunner Tiberg, Blairmore, Alta. Miss Sylvlt Edwards, Taber, Alta............. Miss Alvina Gorham, Contts, Alta............. Miss Eva Hutton, 611 Sixth Avenue South Robert Hardy, No. 1 Fire Hall Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Late, Alta..................... Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethtridge, P. O. Box 397 Miss Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alta......................... 5.000 Robert Lsckenby, Bow Island, Alta....................... Miss Lydia Mitnkwltz, Ferine, B. Miss Thelma MeEaehern, 537 10th Street............... Mrs. L. S. McAllister, 1238 7th Avenue South Miss Rita McAndrewi, Retlatr, Alta. Miss Lula Neilson, Cardston, Alta........................ 5.000 Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta............................ Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarcli, Alta. Miss Elsie Park, Cranbrook, B.C......................... PJH.. 7.30 The and reception of "members will fol'ow tlie evening service. The choir will repeat the music of last Sunday's song ser- vice. WESTMINSTyER-rRBT. J. B. Fran- cis, iiagtar.T-rd- Class meeting; FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co., 310 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich.: Send me at once, by return mail, a free trial package of Stuart's Calcium Waters. Name Street City State MAGICAL EFFECT OF I j NEW FACE PEELER I ________________________I .To maintain a clear, rosy, youthful complexion, there's nothing so sim- ple to use and yet so effective as or- dinary mercolized wax, which you can get at any drugstore In the orig- inal 'package. Just apply the wax 'at night as you would .cold cream; in the morning-wash it off'-with'warm water. Adult Bible classes, also f binese j wax cauS class; 4 p.m., Jten s Own; <.30 the scarf to come off in minute particles, a little at a time, and soon you have entirely shed the offensive cuticle. underskin now Yon Arc Invited to Attend the PENTECOSTAL CONVENTION Being; Held in the BAPTIST CHURCH, FIFTH AVE. N. EVANGELISTS----- W. E. Moody, and. Gco. De Ellion In charge, assisted by other good workers. Servket Held Daily at 2.30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Sundays, 10.30, 3 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. from Sin" "Healing of the Sick by the Power of God" "The Baptism of the Holy Ghost." "The Second Coming of Christ." A SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALI, .MINISTERS AND LAYMEN Everybody Welcome FURNITURE WANTED WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR FURNITURE, SMALL AND LARGE US BEFORE SELLING CITY SECOND HAND STORE 406 Fifth Street South 4 p.m., JUen's Own; 7.30 p.m., "Sleeping Peters." Junior choir leads tti? singing in the service; senior choir in the eveni- Mrs. F. leader. A heart welcome for all. CHRISTIAN CTO1STIAN Sun- The fresh youns evidence is healthy and girlish looking, so free from any appearance of artificiality, you -Tvish you had heard of this mar- day school, followed by communion. I velous complexion-renewing secret Rev. M. B. Ryan of Calgary will long ago. gin on Monday a series of illustrated j To get riii of your ivrinWes, here's Bible lectures, which will continue" all week. The ixublic are cordially in- vited. B'PTIST FIRST D. Ross, pastor. at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Noon, the Bible school and adujt class. Pastor's anni- versary: Morning subject "New Be- ginnings." Evening subject, "The God of the Resurrection." Miss Goidie Pohloian, Altorado, Alta..............'...... Miss Alice Reardon, Pincher Creek, Alta.................. Mrs. Pearl Rosi, Bow Island, Alta....................... Mn. John Reason, Deering, Alta.......................... Mils Winnifred I. 711 7th .Street A, South 5.000 Miss Loulss Scott, ilacleod, Miss Jane Smith, Mountain View, Alta.................... Gto. T; Raymond, Alta.............'...'.......... John WriSht, Hardlevtlle, Alta. Miss Thelma White, Foremost, Alta..................... Miss Iva Walker, 624 Ninth Street South................. Miss Marie Walker, Cowley, Alta. 5.000 Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, 'Alta. The race starts in earnest nest Wednesday. Already considerable ui terest is being taken in the contest Candidates say that collections are at 7.30. p. m. to proclaim the glad easier to make than for sure indication of money. It's tidings of the Kingdom of God. Sub- ____ _ an even start all around. Every contestant stands an equal chance to get 3ect, "Christ as a Prophet, Priest and Jos. Souply, hardware merchant the iris prize of and all ffood hustlers will "glue" their the King." -Al! seats free. No collection, and reeve of -Aylesbury, Sask., was top prize and never stop until the 21st of December. If you are anything, LUTHERAN burned to death while lighting a worker every minute of the time you can spare. Faint heart .never ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN prairie fire won anything, brave a formula that is wonderfully effect- ive: 1 oz. powdered saxolite, dis- solved. In ,pt. witch hazel. Bathe fhe face in this and you will be simply :aaionished "at the results, even after the first ment. CHRISTHDELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose-Hall, fHiginhotham Block. Entrance 5th street south and'gnit south. at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 .p: m., to BUY B.C. APPLES Order a box from your dealer today and taste the luscious mellowness of these Champions of the World. BRITISH COLUMBIA I IF YOU WOULD BE BAKED APPLES ARE! HEALTHY EAT B. C, DELICIOUS APPLES BUY THEM BY THE BOX The Economical Way. British Columbia .Department of Agriculture. Horticultural Branch. request Icr aid in collecting furs for i the Italian troops on active service j in Jiigh altitudes, who are already j simering from the intense cold oE the j mountain ranges. _. .__.---------_____ aPPeal .has been made hy Dr. nothing is impossible to a brave heart. Sixth avenue and VerraW'. president o{ the Cen- Fifteenth street C. Gran, j the rest-giving a duty fulfilled, but on the longed-for da1' pi victory they, too, will" know the personal joy and the secret.pride of having as it were, helped to fight, and win side by side with the heroes and martyrs who fought for us." Work parties in Italy aro stitching together skins of all kinds to make sleeping hags, etc. .The most easily adapted and suitable would naturally be; such S'kins as sheep, goat and Iamb skins, .but many persons might con- cur helpfully now in this work by- giving old furs, such as .coats, skin Let all then who -hare any old furs which they can do without, make it a sacred_duty to give them with that large-hearted generosity which knows no limit. As a shipment wiil be made from Edmonton bv the Italian Consul, and Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition San Diego, 1915 For Flavor and Quality BAKER'S COCOA is just right It has the delicious taste and natural color of high-grade cocoa beans; it is skilfully prepared by a perfect mechanical process; without the use of chemicals, flavoring or artificial coloring matter. It is pure and wholesome, conforming to the Canadian Pure Foojj Laws. All of our goods wld in Canada are made in Canada. Booklet of Choice Recipes tent free on requeil. Walter Baker Co. Umited MONTREAL, CAN. 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. tWMMITtftlD school at .3 Services on the fourth Sunday oi mo month at 7.30 p.m. Council oi ROMAN CATHOLIC I ST. Fourth'S the and 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SCI- BNTISTS. Hull: niorrow at 11 even- ing. Testimony meeting, at 8 p.m. Heading room opea to everyone daily from 2-5 p.m. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 "-Thirteenth street, North on the Lord's-Day for the breaking of bread at, 11 a.m.; Sunday icnool at 3 p.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 Bible, reading "Wednesday, 7.46 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Ave. North Baptist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, remembering the Lord's death Sunday evening 7.30, Gospel meeting., .at 8 j m Gospel meeting Thursday at p.m., .special waiting upon God for the .baptism of the Ho'v Ghost. A hearty, welcome to all, painful experience of war leaches that among troops engaged at high altitudes, serious and irreparable in- jury caused by frost-bite. In order to reduce as for as possible such suf- fering and mutilation we must pro- vide those of our soldiers most ex- posed to the risk of frost-hito with fur, ever.'-oi i rough description. All those who have not the chance to of- fer themselves for the defence of rtheir lipuntry, but who with heart and hand help their irothers at the front, ami remove their drawbacks and sufferings, may not -only enjoy in responding is apparent. All coun- ,the this company and the C.P.R. Kindly send all parcels direct to Sir. Felix De Angelis, latalian Consul, t. Bellamy Block, Edmonton, Alta. OSE "is good tea" SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Filth street, as follows Sunday, 11 a m Holiness meeting, 3pm. praise meeting, and 7 30, Salvation meeting fceek nights Monday, 8 p. m puMic meeting, led by sisters, Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' meet- ing Thursday. 8 p: Salvation meeting, Citadel band 'in attendance Saturday, 8 p. m. ircc and easy meet- ing. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH-OF1 JESUS CHRIST OF ot Seventh avenue and twelfth 10.30 a.m., .Sunday 2 p.m., sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome.. Bishop Oco. W. Green, 1010 avenue, bguth- 'Phone, The Aiiocimled Boiud of Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. for Ueal ExamlwHoos in Moslc lis liijnly the Kbg. Music 1916 to th. Pupil, of Twekra af Miuie. The Annual Kxaiiiinalions in Practical Music and Theory will be lield througliout Canada in Miiyand 1916.' An examin- ation iiiTheorv only will he hclil November iclli 1915. application (o be made by October ist 1915. An exhibition value-about offered annually also i Gold and a Silver Medals. Syllabus, Music for the era munitions find all particulars may'be obtained on opplfca- tioii to M.WABIMC BAVIS. 77T Sltvler Street. HanlruL (Resident Secretary lor Cicada.) Parents and Teachers wlshlug-to enter their pupils for tuese'exnmitiatlons should communicate with the Secretary at once and have their name? placed en uiailiiig list. 6 A. 8. Nimino lias been elected pre- sident of the Calgary; Canadian cluh. ;