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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE P A IL Y H E R A I. ft SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915 Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Bak- ing Powder, Spices, Jelly Pow- ders and Extracts. Purest and best. When in doubt use BliiB Ribbon. We guarantee perfect satisfaction wilh our pure food products. Candidates in Contest Today ends the first half of the prelim I nary period. From now on until the close, December 21, candidates who arc in earnest will pjit forth even' effort to gather votes. A glance ovor tho list today will show -who the real, active caudldates are. The office of the contest manager is to conduct the contest, not to run each Individual campaign. The standing will ba published three times a week on Tues- days, Thursdays and Saturdays. You can't vote the subscriptions you arc holding.back. Keep your score on the to your supporters that you have merited the help you have received. Mrs. 0. H. Benson, Commerce, Alia................---- Mrs. Thomas Bernler, 2 First Street South John Cropley, 121C Fifth'.Ave. A South 7.200 Gerald Dulmage, Seven Persons, Mta. ii.OOO., Miss Donnelly, Travers, Alia.'-................ Misa Alvina Gorham, Coutts, Miss Eva Hutton, U14 Sixth Avenue South No. 1 Fire Mrs. G. W. Haley, Grassy Lake, Miss Winnie Helseth, Lethbrtdge, P..O. Box 397 MIES Isabel Inkster, Barons, Aita. Robert Lackenby, Bow Island, Alta................ Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South Miss Thelma McEac'hsrn, 537 14th Street South.... Mies Rila McAndrews, Retlaw. Alta.................... A. Mcllvena, A. R. I. Library, Box 1149, Letl C.OOO Miss L.jia N-ilson, Cardston, Alta......................, Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Alta......................... Pelletier, Monarch, Alia................... Miss Elsie Park, Cranbrook. B. C.................... Miss Goldie Pohlman, Altorado, Alta................. Miss Alice Reardon, .Pincher Creek, Alta............... Mrs. Pearl Ross, Bow Island, Alta. Mrs. John Reason, Deering, Alta......'.............. Miss WinniFred I. Scllens, 711 7th Street A South... Miss Louise Scott, JIacleod, Aita....................... Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Tauer, Alta................. 45.000 Geo. T. Wride, Raymond, Alta......................... Gunnar Tiberg, Blairmore, Alfa......'.............. John Wright, Hardieville, Alta......................... Miss Thelma White, Foremost, Miss iva Walker, 624 Ninth Street South The Daily Herald to the States is the same price as in per ear. Ail subscriptions to the States for the Weekly Herald are at the rate of S1.50 per vear, the extra 50c being for postdge. Subscribers may pay at the Contest Offlce.and have the votes credited to any candidate on the list. Following is the complete list of candidates with the vote today: FEELS LIKE A NEW WOMAN As Lydia E. Pinkham'. Vege- Uble Compound Dispelled Backache, Headaches and Dizziness. PReaBYTfcRIAH Fourth avenue and Eighth Btreot; Rev. A. H. Donoon, ims- tor; manse, 1210 Fourth avenue South; Phono 402. Services'at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. Music: Morning, anthem, "Send out Thy Evening, "Seek ye the (Rob- 30 minute .organ, recital before 5.000 bla Compound praise it deserves. Big Sisters' class for I it at 12.30; Big Brothers' and Hoys' an lor L battleneld with onlv a temporan i dressing le'ore he was taken to a engire-r who was fixing the tele- dressing sfation He also confirms the phone wires and was taken back to a 'reports that have i-osn frequently reserve trench, where I lav all that here s a never-failing foimula imade of the Germans shooting the dav and the mat nfght owing to the pondered saiolite, dissolved in the battle- fact that all our I had been killed. I wounded as they lay on field. The following narrative oi the movements ol the Tenth Battalion is gnen hv Watson We lett Yioamouth, England Februarv 10, and armed at was dressing stationd were taken fur- n ther m the rear ot the trenches and Hls St.Na- diaary mercolized wax serves all-the.enth street; 'phone to- cf. creams powders and rou-' morrow 11 a.m. "The Message oi ges, giving far better results. Book of Esther. Music: Ladies' tually peels off an offensive skin, at trio, "God be our 3 p. m. the same time unclogging the pores.'Bible school and Adult classes. 7.30 Minute particles of scarf skin come p. m. "Lessons from" the life and off day by day, causing not jie .least; deatlrof Nurse Edith Cavell." Music: pain or discomfort. Gradually the j Anthem, "D- for. ..the wings of a quartette, "God, who madest Earth and Hea- Claude Hughes, choirmaster. mu- sical service will !be held on Sundav evening, Nov. 28. J. B. Fran- cis, Class meeting 11 a. m. Children's Topic, "Look Up." Sermon, "Grasping an oppor- tunity. 2.45 Sunday school and-Bible classes. ;Adult Bible class in parson- age. alsp Chinese class. 4 p.m. Men's' Own. 7.30 p.m. "Christ's Denier." A hearty welcome extended to all. CHRISTIAN Sun usually suffices. 'For removing wrinkles, without "with past> stuff, 1 oi Pt stopping stretcter. bearers witch lianal. Bathe the face in'.this then carried daily for line will van- shoulders to a dress- completed Even the first apph were cation gnes surprising He shortly, after vacat d this lertisement m. On February first experiences -_- llta iYtta taken on well above the almost mmediatels alter we "ad got knee witllolft any anaes- awaj tne dressing station was sneu- tll tlc Demg guen to the pain, ed bv the Germans From there I was and although the optration was per- taken in a motor ambulance to Bel- m jiay Iast tjle wounrt is stjn tne mjl Tn8 ambulance in which I was, open HE JOY OF BIG ALIKE AND WELL tailored To He.llh The Famoui Fruit Medicim t.ipe. ROCHON lioclion, I'.Q. March 2nd, 1915. "I hiivC'receivetl tlie most wonderful benefit from taking 'Fruit-n-tives'. I suffered for years from SAeiimaliaH nncl chsngo of life, and I took every remedy obtainable, without any good results.- I hoard of 'Vruit-a-tiyes' and jrave it a trial and it was tiie only medicine that really did'me good. Now I am entirely well; the Rheumatism has disappeared and the terrible pains in my body are nil gone. I am exceed- 'Fntit-a-thes' for such relief, and I hopo that others who suffer from sucli distressing diseases will try 'Fruit-a-iives' and get MADAME ISAIE IIOCHON'. The mflrveHous work tliat 'Fruit-a- tives' is doing, iiv overcoming disease and healing the sick, is winning the admiration of thousands and thousands. 50e. a box, G for trial size, 28c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. day school, followed by communion. 7.30, Gospel meetiniE.. p m Gospel meeting ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rev. Fath- Rosenthal, pastor Rev. Pr. Min- assistant. Children's Mass at 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 Sunday 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at Sermons at each service. LATTER DAY' SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY of Seventh avenue and' twelfth 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m., sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Ge'o. W. Green, 101C Second avenue, South. 'Phone, 1493. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sci- entist. Hull 31k., 7th St. Service to- morrow at 11 a.m. Wednesday cven- .ng, Testimony meeting, .at 8 p.m. heading room open to everyone daily 'roin 3-5 p.m. BELIEVERS Burgmanu's 418 Thirteenth street, North--: assemble .'on the Lord's Day for the breaking ol.bread at .11 a.m.; Sunday- school at 3'p.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 pirn. Wednesday, 7.45 .p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Avo.'-North-Baptist church, Sunday moinmg at 11 o'clock, rememhermg the Lord's death. Sunday eventaj; Tuesday at 8 Thursday at 8pm, special waiting upon God for BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rev D Ross, pastor Services at 11 a the baptism 01 the Holy Ghost m and 7 30 p m Noon the Bible hearty welcome to all ichool and adult class Pei C C SALVATION ARMY MeLaurin, supt oi Missions, That comedy duo with "The Girls in who come to tne Orpheum Theatre, Monday. Jed 'trenches at St Julien We stayed in to phoning, tlie bone having the tranches until 4pril 18th when teea compietels shattered by the ex-1 we came out and were billeted at an traiiet old mill On the 22nd, the day of the On -uar 6th j was taken to Broad- 1 big fieht, at noon we moved close to England, where I remained I tht firms and remained there t, ust ,jhen r lat for i until o 30 At 30 the Germans started a heavy bombardment was like hell let loose, They al _ us the first exp nence of It was trict. terrible experience. I jrermans and ]ater went to Herne Ht b which Ba.> and back to shorncl-tle, where I nit dso gave fgraamed until October 28th, when I coi some m pain. _je Tenth iell in and marched to pres and up the Memn road to St j my e} es which caused great i The i C.3I.R. at the barracks this afternoon. Jean where we went into the reserve HAT. In his address he expressed the be- trendies oi the 2nd Brigade Vie then bee on November 7 The treatment I received while in the old country was .the very best and I have not one word of com- plaint. When 1 left the trenches the hoys situation Watson savs the greatest confidence in ultimate victory is the Lord's death, anil at 7 30 p in. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God Subject, "Spiritualism unveiled in the light of the Scriptures All seats tree No collection .LUTHERAN ST. LUTHERAN CHURCH-TrCbraer] Sixth" avenue :.and Fifteenth street i Bev C Grant, Sunday school at 3 p m Services on the fourth of the month at 7.30 p m. ANTHRAX FROM. FUR NECKPIECE New York, N Y Nov 18 Miss, Sophia Rosen, seventeen jears old, thhd anthrav victim in tins city within the last few months, day The girl la beaeved'to have contracted the disease, which is common among animals, br wearing a iui neckpiece, the akin of which had, not -been properly treated. NEW CANAPIAN REGIMENTS WILL BE ORGANIZED Ottawa, Ont., Nov. Sir Sam Hughes stated today that a new regiment would be organized during the coming winter in VVeyburn and dis trict. A new regiment will also be raised in Lambton Jieth were rehind th B and D an looking well, compan, s m the rear Colonel Boyle, ihe elicct of the bonihardment will {one of the bravest and best men that heavj guns is tre-nendous Houses ar< ROGERS WILL NOT RUN, FOR MEDICINE _ Medicine Hat, Alta., Nov. lief that conscription would never be moved out of the trenches to the left were most despite the hard Robert Rogers was here today. He necessary in Canada. i to wlere the 3rd Brigade were We fronting they have cone through spent tne morning with local Conser- He denied the truth of -the report i rested there for an hour asd then re- nlght I was injured Jimmy vativcs, and the Canadian he would he a candidate for thejcened the command to fall in and fix McBrdie was killed and Sid'Rehton ciub at noon and: reviewed the 13th 'constituency. bavonets. The ofHcers told us there was taken prisoner.'-Alcc. "Murray was were guns elund the wood which had aho missing that night and I hale H'n taken by Germans which we neler hiard vord of hlm smcc! had to retake and also that there whlic ln the hosmtal I saw Raf- were Germans in the wood which was rerty, Sulton and Resell This was some distance in front oi us A and m August Sutton was shot through C companies (I was m O) formed up the right hand Halfert} was s'vcre- THth B and D companies behind us wounded in the leg and Ueiell was IP eUended order A and C of the suKl'lmg ftom two bullet wounds. look-ins well. Ih ever lived, walked along the line car- dernofsTcd and great holes ryini; onl) a cane He was cracking are blown in the ground, while the joke, with the men and cheering us p.1Ssme of a shell overhead makes a up in c-cry possible way. avhen he roar: like a train, got word he us the to I heard that Malor Mc- advance at a walk. He was fifteen Larcn, another o( our olficcrs, was (yards m front of lit all the time car- Bounded when r was, and while he 'mne onlj his cane We were prac- W3S hcmg taken to the hospital ticallv unmolested until we came to through 1 prts a shell hit the ambu- a barucd wire entanglement and a and ]le w-a simply Mown to ditch wuen cnc Germans opened a pleccs 5 murderous fire on us with rilles and There aro repeated reports of I machine guns from the edge of the the cruel praclces" of the Ger- wood All the men at once laid down mans, and in one instance I csmc on thp ground where we remained lor contact with a I'rerch-Canadian, .a Iitllc- while Colonel le then got wno aftcr being shot through the leg I up and shouted, "Come on the was operated on by German Tenlh With one 'vild roar we j i jumpei to cur feet and made for the wood. We were mft by a terrific fire which laid many-of the-men low, hut the Germans retired irom the sight of the c-old steel as. .we approached, and crt the trecf anH oontin ued.firing on us. Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Eiposition San Diego, 1915 For Flavor and Quality BAKER'S COCOA is just right It has the delicious taste and natural color of hiqh-grade cocoa 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 Food Laws. All of our goods told in Canada are made in Canada. Booklet of Choict Rtcipet sent free ohjequeit. Walter Baker Co. Limited MONTREAL, CAN. EsublUhed 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. BED ROSE ;