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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HUB THE LETHBUlDdR DAILY IIERALO PAGE SEVEN Lethbridge Churches I'UESBYTEIUAN Knox Church uornor iiti Avi. and 8lh Street S. Rev. Opt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. ItGgulnr services at It n.iu. and 7.31) p.m. ft.m.; Hoys Department.. 12.30 a.m.: SifltorH ami Big Broth- ers. 100 p.m.: Olhor Departments of ban- day School and Ailull HibK' Class. 4 p.m.: ChincHO Class. SI. Andrew's Church n.v wm. MeNlchol. M.A.. Pastor Manse 707 13th Street N. Regular Servhics at 11 a.m.-7.30 p.m. Junior Sunday School at 2 p.m. Senior Sunday School at 3.15 p.m. Trinity Church, Hardicvillc Leslie Logiie Boyd, B.A., Minister. 2.30 p.m.; Sabljalli School. 7.30 p.m.: Service. s ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. I1th StrliBt and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B A.. Rector a. in. Sunday school and Bible Classes, :3 p.m. BVKNSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy ami 3rd Sun- days nl 2nd and 'Hh Sundays at 11 a.m. Sundays at. 4 p.m. LATTEB DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St.-4. Sunday Sacrament P-'h. Primary 3 p.m. Holler 2 p.m. Visitors Always Wolconja Bishop 6eo. W, Green, 1015 2nd AVe. South. Phone 1493 (CONTINUUD 1'ItOM F.10NT I'AOH) It is i tors to assulno METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledkk, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 40-1 11 a.m.: "The New Testament, A Missionary Book." in.: Bible School Adult Classes. 7..W "The World's Greatest Problem." Mu'Me: "0' Ye that Love the Lord." C. Taylor; "O Lord lliiat AW: "Awake. Awake. Put, ou Thy Strength O Stalner. Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor 10 a.m.: Children's .Class Meeting. 11 a.m.: Children's Topic: The Starv- 'ing Boy." Sermon: "A True Perspec- 2 and 3 p.m.: Sunday School. 4.15: Women's Mass meeting. Speak- er, Evangelist Barton. Subject, "Kindling: Ihe Nation's Future." Chair lady, Mrs. Dr. Lovering, Solo- ist, Mrs. Claude 7.30 Subject: "The Quitter." Song ser- vice at' Evangelist lljirton speaks morning and evening. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Rev. C. Baker, Pastor 11 a.m. silbTect: "The Hand of God in the Passing of Kings." 7.30 p.m. subject: "Where Humanity Supersedes Christ." Sunday School at close or Hie morning service. Choir Practice, Tuesday al S p.m. Wed. S p.m.: Hid Week The morning address will lio jtlvc of Ihe ancient and modern trap- 'oily: namely of losing life's opportun- ities which are never only once, iinimio anil which also determines the iai- monality "f our human existence. At the evening survici'. one of the. perplexing statements of Jems will be considered ami interpreted in the liglil of. and relationship with our modern sciences anil clviltoitioll, In whiij! Jesus Christ will he set forth as the visionary, anticipating in his perfected humanity the problems and the processes of solution. heartily invite all win) must he, interi'sted In till! great reality of hum- an life and spiritual achievement. iiiousihlo for tlio opera- liny greater obligations wider tlio circumstances. A strong contention of the Union la Hint lo niako uBrcoinenta with Ilium assures to Ilic employer a known labor cost for Hie period of agreement anil ollmlmilc labor tronblu during the period. Wo realize fully tiin seriousness of the Hitnation, lint it is entirely beyond onr pownr to operate tho mines grant any I'lirtlicr bonus at this? time. If li'llilcil Mlnii Workers of ..houlil bo Ilium to tint nliivlut. "The Qlicun of and "Tonsy Tur- which adili'il sivaliy to tlio pleasure of the livening. Minn Forrest of l.aiilluw fc .lopliun, spent tho In CulRiiry. Mrs. .1. ylcfJrogor iirt'l ro- tnnind from Calgary UK .Mrs. Hond nan from it short visit to ClllKliry. Kor tbe winter months sdiool in lie- ing called at Instead of the regu- lar time, a.m. The Ladies' Aid iiavfc IHTII preparing for tbu and chicken supper, for Wednesday. Nov. This ii; one of tli'J treats of tlio year. and is being eagerly forward j to. l Airs. Webb, who lias v jailing Mrs. Gill for the mint weeks, lias returned 'lo LeUito'Idcc. The literary Society wore fortun- ate in having Mr. Tww-tlii! of Cal- erica will nol adhere lo Ilicir written gary for [agreements but consider uiem .iiiiay yvwuuiii. c an scrap of uaimr It is useless to makoj Inspiring address furt'Jor iiBri'duenls witli Iliein. W. F. .MciNKIU.. Secretary. Western Coal Operators' AsHOClation. lie Patriotic- j Fund. Miss Adams lavnruil tlln aiuli- oncu witli a solo. "Snmowhure in France." It seems a pity that more would not turn out to support the] literary society. j At present tlie elevators arc well I .satisfied with (he nioveim-nl of care: tlie nast a Rood deal of grain i BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. ssemble on the Lord's the Breaking of Breatl at Believer.' Day for 11 a.m. Sunday School al 3 p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Expect Strike At Fernie usual was pending, the executive of- ficers of the district and tlie mali- ngers of tlie coal companies are very busy and elusive. Last night. Presi- dent Graham, Secretary Carter and International Hoard Member David K.-iose. look tlie train-Tor tlio cnst. To- day it became, known" that (Jralia and lloese were enronte for the capi- tol. but Mr. Carter returned to town, levaturs. the I farmers keeping on hauling in as fasl as possible. i The Hoy Kcouts ynd liirl tjillde.-, havo been invited lo "Tlie 'jueen 01 and the "Topsy Turvey Harper's on Friday, Dcceni- ber Sth. i A iiuiniier of the Cliamnion peoide attended a dance in Vulcan last. Kri-1 day niKht. i Tho marriage look place in Vulnaii j on WeiUiesday, of Miss JOmiua Jlueli-j ley to .Mr. Cecil Alatloct. The cere-i niony was perforaied by Hev. A. II. SchraR of the Presbyterian church. The is a popular of the! Hlusson district. His many frieiuis! here wish him congratulations. An interest ing'hockey nice-tins; was, held in Ihf1. Bank of Colnmercf rooms Tliursdny evening. It was dccid- haviug gone only as far as Michel. It Is rumored that a request, simi- lar In nature to thai which was re- ceived by I lie miners' executive has been sent to Ihe Operalors'. Associa- tion, but nothing definite as to tins has been handed oui The operators have been in consul- tation and it is probable thai a repre- sentative from that body will be en ed to the. First Church of Christ Scientist j Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony most- ing at 8 p.m. I READING ROOM OPEN' TO ALL. gary tonight, but will return Monday morning. Tile fee-ling here remains almost unanimous thai the miners will not go to work .Monday, which means Unit operations will cease for o few days at least the meeting at Ottawa ,bas had time to go over the case with iall parties interested present. H is reported that Ellas Rogers. alely. We. look forward lo a pioll hockey leant. Pat Walsh of .Siavely is a visitor in town.' People's Forum PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Aye. N.. Baptiit Church a.m.. remumberiug the iLonl's Death. Evening, 7.30, Gos- pel meeting. p.m.: School. P-m., Prayer and the Word. Special waiting upon Ood for the Baptism of the. lioly filiost. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALT, Christian Church JO.IIO: Sunday School followed by Communion Service. 6.30: Christian Endeavor. Everybody welcome. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel. 5th St. a.m., Holiness Meotius; 3 p.m. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sal. vitlon Meeting. Week S p.m.. Pub- 'lie Meeting. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Cli.-.ilel attendance. Saturday, s p.m., free ami easy .Everybody Welcome CliRISTADELPHiANS Meet in tho Moose Hall, Higintotham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: 8 p.m.. Bible Class. Sundays at ;lp.m., to commemorate lire Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to pro- claim the glad tidings of the King- dom of God. Subject: "The Kingdom of God, a Com- ing Reality on the Earth, Divinely Destined to Supersede'All Political Institutions of Mankind." All Seats Free No Collection president and dead of the Crops' Pass Coal company uiruciomlc, j other owners interested, are lo be j at tho Ottawa conference. Tiiis ferenee cannot take iilaee earlier than Tuesday if the operators did not start a representative to Ottawa hist night. Tim fncline here among til pnnr.HASE OF THE GRACE MINE Lethbridge. Nov. 22, 31110. WflHnr Lefhliriclgo Herald: know hundreds of maids ho want positions. If you are look. through my. 'help wanted columns '.Itvthe Herald Want Ad. Columns Made in Canada Printed in Lethbridge CHRISTMAS GREETING Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, was well liatronized, lieing taken i.nnCu served at the finish of the program. Special mention of the men who have composed it. But we must fake an interest Sill] Section 2 of the same reaiis: in regard to water, light and heat. The 'All orders ami relations, made tin-1 government mis nationalized these :tion shall have the force supplies, and in regard to lirt der this secti of law and he enforced in such a manner and by such courts, officers ter and moat, all ot which saries of lift.1, thf questions such as this, and by so doing prevenl mistakes which might be cost- ly; and a source of contention latc-r on. One of the and authorities us tlie governor in} has fixed 'nuiximum council may prescribe, and may be [which it becomes an varied, extended or revoked, by any j able by a line. 'ead, but- eces- pame government prices, beyond offence, punish- j We regret the federal government has not seen lit, to emulate the patri- and imperative action of the Aus- Pimples Spoil FOR SALE Two Carloads 'First Class Breeding Ewes. APPLY C. KABY UETHBRIDGE HOTEL James, three-year-old, son of Philip Ganel, was killed by an electric car at Kitchener. wo'rtli 34.50. per ton when they can he fed on slack costing a mere trifle. Or, j if necessary, slack could be got cheap-; jiy at the larger mines and placed on- Sleeveless Gowns; i in ill I slack to (the power house. We might, ii, consider wheiher we could improve; I the resources we have before we tackle j more. "We should also note that coal j i mining is more than .iiimaliy nrosppr- j and the price asked would likely i present conditions. Also; Stuart's Calcium Wafers Dry Skin Eruptions. You Can Now Wear Any Late Fashions. Trial Package Sent Free by Mail: Don't worry about your shoulders. I bc Oi. back arms and neck. Begin Stuart's ioclltion of the mine. These tbiugs i Cal mm waters after meals and soon j considered. In your editorial; von 11! have as beautiful, soft, deli of the 22nd you mention another; 'phase of this subject, you use the fol-; Imving words, or to this offecl, that1 Bv the. cu% obltimng no'paession of; 'T i oil deposit uluch mtv have thei gl-eatest possible bearing on Mho fil-i itnr'o manufar.iuring industry of Leth-; bridge." I don't think that lack of i coal has kept Lethbriilge back in thai I or mv othtr diicition and the great-1 esl. bearing it would likel; lie on the rntciiayers' Yours trult ROBERT KERGAN'. ikely have j hides. HIGH COST OF LIVING j .Lothhl'iiiger Nov. 23. j I Editor Lethbriilge Herald: I extraordinary high cost, of j the qilbjpi t of a letter by Mayor cate and fair i skin tml Of the 22nd, is' von ever die nied oi Ihise wtfeis nnp of vitil nnpoitantc to every work-1 contain calunni sulphide mis uu ,n this i omnium iiid anythiiiB, lure's most wonderful repair agent. llial might be done lo alleviate the j It works iu the blood just as does oxy- i jjrc.sent should receive fa- j gen, it. changes irritants and vorable consideration. We fully realize J acids that, cause pimples, blotches, j tlie diniculty of. dealing with this! liver spots, muddy skin, eczema, let-} jnatter to an advantage by any munici-'] ter, ifnii nearly all skhi eruptions, in-! imiitv might say this subject I to a' harmless substance that is lost i was "brouglit to the attention of the I througli perspiration. It works like a (.government by a committee of the I charm and is the most wonderful puri-1 Trades and Pallor Congress of Cana- fler known to science. Get a Hon. llobert Kogers was acting box of Stuart's Caleinm Wafers at any premier at the time, and it. was the drug store and (hen say good bye gentleman who suggested that j to pimples. A free trial package will be mailed If you send coupon. Free Trial Coupon F. A. Stuart Co., 341 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich, riend me at. by return mail, a free trial pack- age of Stiwrt's Calcium Wafers. Name Street Cily Stale ......i...... power should he given to the munici- palities to deal with the mutter. The committee was opposed to the sugges- tion ami advocated that this was u subject. Tor tho federal government. who have ample powers under the Wai- Measures Act of 1914. Chapter 2. Section ti of this act says in part: "It is hereby declared that Ihe powers of the. governor in council shnll extend I to' all 'matters coming within tho classes of .subjects hereinafter enu- merated, that-is to say. trading, ev- Iiortatlon, importation, production and Stalks While ire in Canada are bringing' in the harvests, filling our store-rooms and stocking our pantries with ah abundance of good our Allies in overrun Belgium are facing another winter of near-starvation. j Women arid children there by millions have for two years on short rations, for the elgian Relief Fund has never been sufficient to provide full fare. Consequently they are in no condition to stand the still greater privations threatened on account of the growring number, dependent on the Fund. Anything less than the present meagre allowance of bread and soup would, in thousands of cases, fail to hold bodies and souls together. Shall on eating our three square meals a well if not luxuriously while Belgian children, pinched and cold, sobbingly beg their mothers for bread enough to stop the gnawing hunger i a month in the hands of the Belgian Relief Commission, will feed a Belgian family. A cigar less a night missed from the theatre refreshments after an evening's cards price of any one of a dozen sucli habitual luxuries would provide the food that means life for a Belgian mother and her children tilltha end of the war. Won't your own meals you know some litlle Belgians also are enjoying the food which you provide? Whatever you feel rtiat you can spare, send your suliscriplion weekly, monthly or in one lump sum to Local or Pro.vjncitl Committees, ,or send Cheques payable lo Treasurer Belgian Relief Fund M ST. FETCH STREET, MONTREAL. Feeds a Belgian Family One Month. i Contributions may he stnt to Mr. AyButhansn, Chafrman, Belgian Retrsf ComAfttee, ;