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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE six THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Made in KLENZO Now on sale by all leading Grocers, Hardware Merchants and Cnemists CHURCH SERVICES At The Following Prices: 1 Ib. tin 15c 2 Ib. tin 25c 5 Ib. tin 60c Klenzo removes grease, ink. tar and dirt of every, description, is excellent for bath or laundry, and lias no equal for elcani-ng-tlie sculp. Makes disk washing easy, and .preserves r-lie hands. It. is also excel- lent for softening water. Klenzo is particularly good formotorists or mechanics, as it can be used without, water. One can will convince y' Directions For Use: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHORCK OF CHRIST. Room 6, Hull Blookj.Ser- at eleven a. m. er- teitlmony meeting, 8.00 p.m. reading room Ir, opon to tvMjr. one every day from three to five p.m. Eroryone It cordially invited to at- itnd. I ROMAN -CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S Ret. H. Roscnthal. pastor: Rev.- P.. Mint wegeii, assistant. Chililrenis 9 a.m. High Mass jj 11 a. m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service _ 7.30 i.m. Sermoa at each service. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIAXS Meet-In' lie Moose Hall. .HiginMham Block. 2ntronce 5tJi street south and; 2nd ivejute south. Wednesdays at 8 iiblo class. Sundays' at' 3 p. nu; .-to ommemorate the Lord's death; :aiid at 7.30 p. in. to, proclaim .the glad SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914 tidings of the .Kingdom oi God.'-Subi ject, "The Bible Light Thrown Wn- the Destiny of-Bfitain and by Mr. Sydney T. Batsfonl. All'scats free. No colleciipn. IT IS THE TASTE. THE FLAVOR OF ...IS COCOA Tliat Makes It Deservedly Popular An absolutely pures delicious and wholesome lood; beverage, produced by a scientific blend- ing of nighrgi-ade: cocoa beans, subjected to a perfect mechanical process of.. manufacture. Made in Canada fy Walter Baker Co. Limited ESTABLISHED 1780 MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS I' Dilute Klenzo "water and make suds for. cleaning Automobiles, Furniture, floors, Marble, Tiling. Linoleum, Winclow G-lass, etc. To remove grease or paint from carpets, tapestries or cloth- ing, apply Klenzo. let stand five minutes, then rub with ft damp cloth. To remove grease or paint, from the: hands simply rub Klenzo. Klenzo contains no injurious ingredients, damage materials of any kind, or affect dues and colors i' MANUFACTURED BY Die Klenzo Manufacturing Cp. ltd. SALVATION ARMY Services are ti'elo at the ClUdel, Flfti street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praiie meetinr, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nlthti: Monday, s p.m., public meeting, led oy sisters; Wednndar. I p.m.. Soldiers' (nesting; I p.m., Salvation, meftins, citadel band in p.m.. fret and meeting. LATTER. DAY SAINTS CHURCH. OF JESUS CHRIST pF LATTER DAY SA'lXTS-Corner of Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 t.m., Sunday school; 3 p.m. sacra- lucni meeting: always--weir come. Bishop Gep. W. Green, 1018 Second Ave. .S. Phone H93. _.: LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S 'FIRST LUTHERAN ullc Sixth Are. and! citement fifteenth St. Rev.: C. Srant, minis-' ter. No preaching services Sunday, Nov. 15th, as the pastor will be at Taber. Sunday' school at 3 a -ueiji, Luther !League at 7.30. Rehearsal tno Slm'- Wednesday evening. narrative was distributed about 13th 8 p. m. I the first English-service will be held' at the parsonage.' 710 16th St. N. Rev. H. J. Eliing, pastor, will con- duct the service.1. Everybody is wel- comed to attend, -'in the morning the minister w'ill have. German services in j breaking at bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible roadlnr, The International iiible Students' Association meets every Tuesday ev- ening at 8 o'clock, at "625 12th" St S. All interested arc invited Another Rumor of Oil in Segur Sweetgrdssltyell A farmer residing only a few .miles rom thei'Segur'oIl well'in the Sweet Grass field caused somewhat ot a stir in. the city this morning when'he re- farted .that oil had been encountered in, the well and that in the Segur country were wild ffith es- i r any con- e merely a street t there .Monarch. ST. ANGL-IOAN LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ORDERS SUBMARINES IN U.S. Mass., Nov. order for .the Immediate -construction of 20 has neen placed witll the Fore Hirer Corporation of waa learned "today. Or- ilcials of the plant refused mforroa- Jion as to the identltv of the Power tfor which the submarines are Intend- ed An officer of the corporation the order -nrould'amount to about NEW ZEALAND TAUGHT' WHAT j FLEET IN PACIFIC COULD DO A branch of tie Red Cross society has been formed at Grassy Lake. A Neighbor Told Him To Take 1 f yon want to know what Gin Pills mil do for jon, jast drop a line to Mr. D. A. at Bellrocfc, Ont. He mil tell yon what Gin Pills dirt for him, after he had suffcro! with cured nic. It IB abcut two ar.d a half veanrfM. Iju-t SIv tack 13 all right; no pains and no IDuaSGINPILts .M D. A. YORKE. Melbourne, Nov.. Attor- ney .Gene'ral Hughes states that im- portant, discoveries, were made in the recent raids hy the military authori- ties on the premises of local lead companies. Tte proceedings had been carried out under the War Precau- tions and Trading with the Enemy Act. Premier Massey, said that what had taken .piaes .recently had convinced the bult of New Zealand people that the Dominion should do a great deal more in regard naval delence than is flow being done, had happen- ed at Papeete might have happened at any New Zealand seaport town New Zealand m particular and the Empire in "general were greatly in- debted for the valuable services of the Australian navvT He believed that tlte Dominion ivas iree from immediate danger from at- tack, but the meeting for tbe or- zaBiration of a local branch ot the1 Canadian Patriotic Jimd was held in the loan ball on evenine at which Mayor T H Stertman sided I Robert Patterson, II p P iirieflv eiplainfd ob.eits of the fund and! excellent speeches dcliver- A D Richard and V. B-HiHoelfs, M P. P., wfeo made trans Qffttli (o the townspeople to COFFEE No; Subfltltute And SEAL BRAND COFFEE Knows No Superior; CHASE SANBORN 1 1 MONTREAL. Corner Second 'and Eights' St. Rev. Canon Miiiyel-u'right. rector, Matins 11 Communion ,ev: cry Sunday 8 a.m. and afc the .eleven o'clockiservice first Sunday of the month. Evenson 7.30 p.m. Sundavi-school 1.0 a.m. ST. MARY'S C H. Popharo.Vrectori-Iloly Communio a.m. and Choral Eucharist first Sunday of the month, at .eleve o'clock service. a.m.. Sun 'day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p m. ST. of Eleventh street and Eighth avenui South. .Rector, Rev! Canon JIcMillen .Sunday, Matins, wit sermon, 11 with ser j rnofij 7.30 p. ra. Sunday school, Jun i ior Bovs', 'Junior Girls' and Adul Bible classes at i p. m. Rev. Canon JIcMillen will preach at both services 1 CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and Eighth street: Rev J. B. Pickel, pastor. -Bible school ai 10.30 a.m. Sen-ices .at. 11.00 and 7.30 p. m Christian Endeavor at 630 BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIS..T Ave. and 9th St. .Preacher, Rev. Da- vid. Ross. 11 a. "Birthday mus- ings." Noon, Sunday 'school and-adult Bible class. 7.30 p.'m., "Lopkih ahead." Monday, supper beginning p. m. Offering for missions. Variec program, PRESBYTERIAN ANDREW S A C. Bryan, pastor.' Preaching at 11 -a. m. and 7 30 p m 2 p m Junior Sunday school 8.-15' p. m. Senior Sunday school and- Bible classes! KNOX tomorrow at 11 a m and 730 p rn conducted by Rev. D; E. Cameron; Cardston. Boys' department of ;the Sundai school at 2 Other depart- ments and adult Bible class at; 3. Chinese class at 1 Full chorus phoir Everyone invited METHODIST .WESTMINSTER CHURCH-ltM. J. B. Francis, pastor Class- meeting at 10 a m Morriug service at 11 a m Subject, "The First Sin Chil dren's subject 'What a face bhows Men's Own at 4 p.m. Rev. D. E Cameron of Carilston, will speak oi 'The Real Cause of 7 3 nenine scmie, subject, "A Son' Obligation to His a specia sermon to young; men. WESLEY G H Cobbledicli. pastor; residence, S20 Eleventh street, phone 404 11 a m Children's topic, "Tire Charapioi Batsman, sermon "Security in Ptr ils." 7.30 p.'in. "The-Significance ol Turkey's Participation in the Wat' Morning anthem i "Oh, Jesus, Thou Art by Shepard bvemnz anthem org Tljy Dweiuuita rckej, Coptralto solo, JIrs i, sielebted, "My Soldier Boy." :ound J foundation ior it latest report iroin the nell was that at 1100 feet there was a "color of oil." ilr. Segur made the predic- tion sonic time ago that the 01 d-jpth would be reached about Chribt mas, and-his latest word no alter this forecast. There is ionn leases in the! Sweet Cras: area, particularly in where foil drills -are either' at work or ,'aboul ready .to" start operations GERMANS DESTROYED. S .THEIR OWN SHIPS .Vancoiiver, 13 V mes- sage-received at the at Esquimau today from the command- eiMu-chiet of the Japanese second squadron which bombarded Tsius Tan Bald: "The; following vessels'- were found by'us, sunk by explosion In. kino Chau bay: Jaquar, Luts. Iltls, Cormor- ant, Tiger, Taku and Ruchiin, which was a mine boat, and in addition the Kaiserin All of these ships with the escep- .ion of the Kaiserin Elizabeth'were German. The Kaiserin Elizabeth was Austrian. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Has your morning cup of coffee n full rich flavor and delicate aroma? If not ask for BLUE RIBBON coffee giving your next order.and notice tho You will, bo agreeably surprised. Bluo Ribbon Tea, Coffee Baking Ponder, Splcas anil one beat. ys effective. tiseptic healing oils right In where valtiablo for HAMUNS WIZARD OIL CO.. TORONTO UNITED STATES' GREAT AGRICULTURAL 'WEALTH AVasbirigton, .D.C., "Nov. nportallt farm crops or the United itatea this year are worth or more than tho value of the flame crqpg last year, nQt'wIthgtanding.a loss'-pfUlS.ObO.pOO sustained by cotton-planters on .lint alone, as a result of the European j. PEN'TECOfcJAU Hall, 5th Ave N'prlh Suidaj at 11 am; Kememfcering the Lord's Death 7 30 p m Gospel meeting Tuesday 8pm Prayer and Gospel meeting.' Every hod) jrelromo BELIEVERS Kurgmann'i' Hall, 418 Thirteenth itreet, North assemble on the Lord's Day (or IMPERIAL QUALITY THE IMPERIAL OIL COM- PANY, LIMITED, a Canadian corporation with over three thousand employees, is manufacturing and dis- tributing refined oils, gasolines and lubricating oils in'Canada for Canadian trade. With its two'large Sarnia .and its at five hundred and twenty-nine branches throughout, the Dominion, it offers to the Canadian public the facilities for secur- ing the best grades of Canadian-Made petroleum products at the lowest prices. MADE IN CANADA ;