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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.ETHBKIDGE DAILY HER AL P gATURDAT, NOVEMBER 13, 1915. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You may bt the btrt cook In the world'bl't If the leaven you is poor you cannot Sat- isfartcry results. Always use GlL-e Ribbon Baking Powder: It n-a'-cs the lightest and besl pastry and cakes. Blue Rl'-.'-on, the sta-dsrl of quality In Coff "V-'g Powders, Jelly Powders. Spices and Extracts. LATEST TYPE Or AETI-AIKOKAFT (iUN Hon. Robr. Rogers Makes Strong Appeal for 'Men and Money (COSTIXUKD FHQ.VT P.AGE) srcnt as the cost has been, the cost would have been mucli greater hail she rimained out. Britain has y. A Lowest type of artillery, for aerial defence off Paris is mounted on a turn table and provided with vaiious devices for accurate aiming. commerce of the seas. World ship- p n? has been safe for the rcassn tha; John Bull was abroad on the seas. "The Belgians kept their faith, and ._______ their land is a desert of death French- had taken a part'in a war that had ed m t-.rned to Britain, c: our right to live as free and Britain kept her Britain men and women as in this war. cnose the AlKes chose with "I think we are justified in ac- and they have not resented of thf US. WEN WAS MADE WELL ill 1HE CIECB course they have taken. We in Car adii have not repented. We prefer t gn en-rather than that German power said Mr. Rosers, "Lhat if ihEre is one class oi people more than another which rocognizfs the responsibility in this crisis, thai Ebnr.- '.belongs to the ladies, oi the for the noble service have Csneda Proud of So.-.i rfidei-ed, and the sacrifices they are j !E nrond of her sons. Thev have themselves with honor credit, with p. record equal to thf .host traditions of the Empire. By Lydia E. Veg table Compound and Wants Other Suffering Women To Know !t the isaies of Canada, to Ir.tnes of Lethbridge. due nisch crelit "been done. j "We have reached the point "Tils' government, conscious of th? SEljd Rogers, "where we are fac-t that the sympathies of the peof.e werins ca'.i our Kins, and an E'V it, ha-ve served notice that f0r ifio.OOO more men, and i Canada has taken her place in the tjle raising of these will b-. wide iik'd of conflict: our gallant sons To no por.-ion cone forward in thousands ana 0, are VVe more indebted for 3nr'-3d notice that ther are with men tne provinces. I ri-mire. and that Canada's share tafe9 it tnat iho men of ths westi whc in the war is not finished until the jcep Of the free air of thf sbor. iF Mred, and the great ara "the men who realize th- clri'es for which we fight have Daen-i great" value" "of air liberties, and are ga'iied" to go out and do battle for "We are at said Mr HOSTS, "The people of the west, perhaps, have fflt Hat the government has no acted quickly enough in the mobiliza PRESBYTERIAN Fourth avenue and Eighth street: Rev. A. H. Denoon, pas- tor: manse, 1210 Fourth avenue South; 'phone a.m., "Church Union: For or 7.30 p.m., "The Mas- ter's Word." Music: Morning, solo, "Nearer, Mv God, to Thee" Miss Hazel; Evening, anthem, "Hark Ithe Sound of Holy Voice" Karfreeshoro, Tenn. "I hare Twenty-minute song service preceding write to you for a long the evening service. Big Sisters' class to tell you what your at 12.30; Bis Brothers' and Boys' de- wonderfui remedies partment of the Sunday school at 2: have done forme. I other departments at 3. Chinese class was a sufferer from female weakness and displacement and. I' would have at -t TRINITY CHURCH, Service will be held tomorrow after- noon at 3.30. The Hev. A. C. Bryan such tired, worn out feelings, Kick head- Rev. A. C. union will co--, uest, but for the grva> -hJV St. Matthew's Pres- the Lydia t. Mnk- -Dyterian 'church: Sabbath school. 11 ham Remedies Compound .service at 7.30. T. ,R. Bnd Sanative Wash. I am now well and pastor. etrong and am do all my own work. I owe it aU to Lydia E. Vege- b, Coapoond mi want other Buffer- ANCLICAN pHTinrn rnrner ST. AUGHSTIS'S OHU ROH, Cornel j B m a know Second avenue and Eigl ilhstie a tor. Great Britain Eia-ds pnd which wiH preserve to us the liberties we have er enjoy- Qf- but I can assure yp- that the government are in closest Britain ffiirht have stayed ,onch freesboro, Tenn. and" Sunddy of the montli at This famous remedy, the medicinal tj am jiatins at 11 a.m.; Evensong, icerTainThings; the-people can rest as. Ingredients of which_are derived from 7.30 p_m. Bchool at 10 a.m. mB. St, Mu, ot-t of tne said the speaker nor policy adopted that ar not sanctioned by-the war office. -If 'occaMonaHv reasons are not given for native roots and nearly I by the advice of those who have forty years proved to be a conduct of the war. Th- and L ya ie Can Stop Pimp! s Easily Try Sttarts Ca'ciura and See All Sk.n Eruptions Van.sh Quickly. ST. MARY'S of 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N.- Holv communion every Sunday morniiiR at Grand Prize, Expoiitisn San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Pintmi-Califorma Eipoiitipn San Diegor 1915 For Flavor and Quality BAKER'S COCOA is just right 11 has the delicious taste and natural color of high-grade cocoa beans; it is skilfully prepared by a perfect mechanical process; the use of chemir flavoring or artificial coloring matter. It is pure and wholesome, conforming to the Canadian Pure Food Laws. All of our sold in Canada are made in Canada. Booklet of Choice Recipes sent free on Walter Baker Co. Limited MONTREAL, CAN. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. GERMAN ARMORED TRENCH WRECKED BY THE ALLIES The recent offensive in GhJunoaKne proves that the Allies can break donn oven the -tronge t obstacles such that ihowu in the plated casemate for a revolving pin. ___________ is Why Lose Hope. for. We are proud of our soldiers and No woman suffering from any form their gallantry, and the manner in. of female troubles should lose hope nn- i, co.ered with blotch- j which they have immortalized the (jj gjyen Lydia E. Pinkham'a lEame of our Dominion. Bntln proper Vegetable Compound a fair trial. HAILED FREE TRIAL PACKAGE MAILED ______own way of blood and preventing it from ailing the Ev-n am, Class meeting, militarism." Mayor Mayor Hardie, in' moving a vote of thanks to Hon. Mr. Rogers, made his they should not was only their duty. 11 a.m., speaker, Mr. Rise; 2.45 Sunday school and'Adult Bible, class- es, the Senior Adult Bible class meets also Chin- it in the parsonage at 3 n m also Chin- A tension spring be at- 4 p m _ llten., Omn, 730 p the'tached to the frame and forks oi a Beiflan atrocities, It was enough or motorcvcle to help to to make. the blood 'boil for revenge. the machine on rough roads is special appeal to the invention bad not yet given their He made a mothers who b _ sons to the Empire, calling upon them Mr Guess. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN Sun- day school, followed by communion. applied. If you desire quick action and at the same time; a common aesse, natural, harmless blood puri- fler, then Stuart's Calcium Waters ia the remedj __...........--------- The correct anu best blood purifier j be the result? Would there be known phlde NURSE PROCLAIMS SKIN CURE science Sul- i anv guarantee that they would not This great cleanser is con ,ujfer fTom the 8anle that in proier quantities in Stu- m aDon tbe Belgians' art's Calcium wafers and that Is why all blood troubles and blemishes W. S. Ball disappear aftet their use. Myrtle Hahn Says D. D. D. Prescription is Worth Rockefeller's Millions to Her "Ten 5-are I suffered with eczema wmtergreen and other soothing ele -three vears of that time I could not menti, has been for fifteen BANISH BILE! A bilious condition of the syitem ia the result of inaction of the liver, often causing severe headache through the eyes and temples, culminating some- times- in nausea and vomiting, which ii frequently followed by bilious 'Abbey's Effervescent Salt, when taken as directed, stimulates the peptic of the stomach and increases the contYaction of its muscles from above downward. This action is com- municateci to the intestines and _in- creases the flow of the intestinal juice, .uiu_ stimulating the ducts of the liver to pour put the bile, when it can be carried ,'downward by the laxative action ofthe Salt, instead of remaining to clog up the liver and flow back into stomach. Thus, if a who is subject to Biliousness and Bilious Headache will Use. Abbey's. Effervescent Salt, _thc natural action of the Stomach, liver and intestine will be kept up and no bile can accumulate in the system. Sold everywhere at 25c. and 6tc. Sold oy I. D. Higlnbotham Co., Limited school .at 3 p.m. Gospel .preachini .at 730 pm' Bible ioading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL 4ve North Bapti t chuiUi, Sundav morning at 11.- remembering the Lord's death. Sunday- evening 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at 8 p.m., special waiting upon God for the baptism of the Holr Ghost. A hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are. held at the Citadel, Fifth-street.: as follows Sunday, 11 a n- Holiness meeting 3pm praise meeting and 7 30 Salvation meetng Week nights Monday 8 p m public led hv sisters b p m Soldiers meet- ine; Thursday 8 pr m Salvation meeting Citadel hahd m attendance Saturday, 8 p. m. free and easy-meel- LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHHIST OP LATTER DAY of Seventh avenue and twelfth 10.30 a.m..-Sunday 'school; 2 p.m, sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome.. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 Second avenue South Phone 149-i FREE TRIAL COUPON Muart Co, Stuart Manhlll, Mich.: Send m iff return mall, a ffigKpackage of Stuart's Calcluir f Naiie Street ing millions of people. Mr. Ba'l took occasion to speai of the new Kiltie regiment for Leth- that it had been auth- orized and that as soon as details had been sent forward through 'the regu- lar military channels every effort bf bent towards recruiting the ,iH a 0' P'SI lull Size UUllW; WILU inn hons coulo not huy the golden fluid lhat lt (he Itch at Myrtle Hahn, address on ap- once we will refund' the purchKie plication j Price If you have any skin blemish or j. o. Higlnbotham' Co., Limited, little rash, do not let into Lethbriiim, Alberta, somethin more serious. D. D. D. something more serious. D. ft. D. Prescription, a compound of oil of, is n n had rtcniitcd prcpor- i :f J11 ;Jf D. D. D. IS MADE IN CANADA. "is good tea' BAPTIST FIRST.BAPTIST D Ross, pastor Services at 11; a. m and 7 30 p m tie Bible school and admt class. Morning sub- ject, "Gleanings from the Past." Ev- ening subject, "Ideals for the CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADDLPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlginnotham Block. Entranced5th street south. and 2nd t eiue south Vtcdn sdays at 8 'p.m. Bible ciasls. Sundays at 3. p. to commemorate the Lord's death, anil at 7 dO p m to proclaim tha glad tidings of the Kingdom of. God. Sub- ject, Peter the Fisherman, with the of the Kingdom of Heavsn, and how he used Ail eats free. No collection.' LUTHERAN .ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth avenue and Fifteenth street C. Grant, mlnlster.-iSunday school at 3 p.m. Services oh the fourth Sunday of the month at ti.ZQ ROMAN CATHOLIC 1ST PA1 Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rov. Fath- er Rosentlial, pastor.; Rev. Fr. Mln- wegln assistant Children's Mnas at 8am 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 OF CHRIST SCI- Hull to- morrow at ill a.m. Wednesday evan- Sng, Testimony meeting, nt S p.m. Reading room open to ever} one dal'i> from 2-5 Dim. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Ha51, 418 Thirteenth street, North Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for tha breaking of bread at 11 BJO. Sunday Husband: "This is cy'taiply piece of-meat. Where did you 'get Wife: "Why, dear, I've got a mar- meats a-re of the very best qual-'. ity, and, best. of all, [irices are: low. It's a 'pleasure 'to 'deal with tliem; their delivery service is excellent." Can you really say this about your market? You .can say It about you trill just its trial. PHONE 492 ierta Meat Market The. Oldest Market.ln the City. In the belief that a thief will be. less likely' to steal hand baggage that has no-handle upon, it, an inventor has patented a detachable handle for suit cases. the operating table m Mich- igan saiiatarium a permanently focus- LII camera has been mounted so that photopaphs can de nude without lobing time for adjustments [J. Sydney Ottawa, In Toronto Saturday Night) a love-17 I likes old Herle, too; I also likes the Thousand Hills, wly many a pretty view I must admit this country's tine, the people gay and blythe But. ow I long to smell dear old Tha good old Thames she a Bmell iwot is beyond compare, i You pick it up at you get it everywhere Its very strong at Woolwich yon ctn eut it wlv a A blend of tar and cockles oh, ms hearties that's the Me! The tide comes up to London bridge, a chatterin in from sea It lifts the old tramp steamers, which are swingin It scurries by the Sursej docks, it laves the moss grown walls An floats the barges lyln neath Hit shade of old St. Paul's. I likes the old St.: 'Lawrence, and I Hikes Hontarlo, But B'Hl 1 loves the River Thames shouldnt wot The dear old grimy smelly Thames, as muddy as can Which lifts er face to kiss the fide aswiugm in from ;