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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBHIDGE SAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Blue Ribbon and ;ing Powder lias your cup of" coll'cc a full ricli flavor and delicale aroma? If .iiul iisk- for Blue Ribbon coffee when giving your''next and dill'ercncc. 'You will be agreeably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coll'ce, Baking 'Powder, Spices and -Extracts- nil one best. People's Forum Kidney Trouble? The u-isle imtmil llw. Kidneys ire intended tu ri. from the Wood if illo to icLumtilatt. in tlie 6> stem poison tin. blood and product ddelcnous cffcus If from or work csposurc to cold or some lOLil mjur> the kidney l become or inllimcd and cannot pcrlorm their fuiKtiuns the sy am become IllcUttilh uric poison" Whenever a dull hcivy pun 11 'clt others ts ftafcndants would pay to the ml cream, wasinng it on; mornings, iiuui'-t iu If weather ago 01 poor health h is trustees upon demand the aggregate. par value of all 'bonds' outstanding with interest; 'as well as costs and expense r Defendant, it' is claimed, -lias failed, whether that gentleman" is a-man o discretion and experience and a pro- per person for an inspector, or if his- conduct in this matte'r reilects any credit on our present utility commis- sioner. Thanking you, Mr. ,Editor, !for your valued space, I am, Yours truly, Edward Leicester, negece an- ee o j such amount ind it is stUI -unpaid Bennett are acting for the Rojal Co, hich sents the, bondholders. [Stirling Doing Splendid Work l Stirling Alta Nov Stir l ling Patriotic Fund committee the formation" of which was announced in the Hei-aid'some weeks ago, is mak- ing wonderful progress m the cam paign for subscriptions for the fund I At a meeting on November 2> with j (President J. A. 3Iercer in the chair, it nas reported that ?118 0 m cash had already been received and i promised in monthh payments and Not content pro gress nlude the meeting deci-ied 'form four districts, and on a systematic campaign so that none of-the citizens be overlooked The canvassers named as fol Southeast-quarter and. dis trict: Lawn "jiNelaon, Daniel Ostlund, and for A1303 1 Sister Susi. Hhlrta for Wilt n the Ladles Act Susie's Sewinff Soldiers. Grown-up Like Babies. i You Made Me Love Toij, A1374 I Didn't Want to Do It. I P'.i'lman Partners Parade. iBERT My Landlady, Orchestra t A12S' f I'm Neutral, Orchestra f Cohan on tho Telephone. AiRl? L Happy Tlio' Married. FIELDS. f I'm Neutral, Or I accompaniment. Indoor Sports, Or accompaniment. TcheBtr: HAY.MONO HITCHCOCK. r Ain't it Funny What a Difference Just a Pow Hotinj Make! ill the World Goes On. ot BILLY MERSOX. Tlie Spaniard that Blighted my Life, i. I'm so Spiteful- JUKI 1 RJ87S Hear Jar Laurle Killed the Dog, a" in "Silly-Billy Brown" and "Sneezing" and ''Tivo' Stories" Then then (A6173K FranK.-.Tloney In his "First Record" ant funny, and our old favorite, Cal Stewart, In the Uncle Joah aerie: Your Columbia 'dealer flladty play any of records for you Columbia Record Hat, or, (f you cannot secure It write to ....-_. COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANY Caruidmn Factory and 3S5-357 Sorauren Avonue, Toronto Joe A11J03 J, Weher and Lew Fields. Drinhlnsr Scene. .Toe ami Lew Fields.. Mosquito Trust, Jos i and Lew Fields. A11CS J, Heinle at College, Joe Weber and Lew BII.I.Y TITIljLlAMS. Here We Are Again. When Father Papered the Parlor Where-' Docs Daddy Go When Goes [Out? Tjll I'm as Old ss Father. In "No News, or What.. Listen to Kat Will- a Golden HughaB In ''My pride's Farm" Second llecord" (A1S54) la very old favorites -free of charge. Ask for 'complete' Buy Your Columbia Records at THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. anything to welcome home the holi- est of men who ever trod this terri- tory. Yes, these iveie.oiir happy and' it brings me to my subject. They are .gone these days, and with them our true happiness and innocent amusements also. We ate no lonner surrounded by the'.' poor docile In- dian or tho roving.half-breed, we have now the surround- ings. These territories were prepared hy the early fertility of the soil was communicated, by the missionary, to the. nations of the world, for the Mission, had its little garden, and lo, do. .the new- comers appreciate :WOrk done hy thesi valiant pionrars Will they give thanks to those who prepared the: way for them Many of them are rich now, they have made fortunes, m a few years. Helas'no. Listen, a few days ago I heard all kinds of rumors with regard to the missionary ho had taken my place in LethbridRC when I left five years ago. Unfortun- ately they arc Germans, poor priests, they cannot change their flesh and. blood, neither can they very well abandon their nationality, they can- not but feel ior their country. They iuav have made imprudent remarks, but I understand the house searching brought little or no evidence of any wrong-doing. Well, they have been "re- moved from Lethbridg'e, and I think it is'best durins; these dark days. But here is what pained me and made. my heart bleed when yesterday 1 ar- rived in Lethbridge for a short busi- nesSiVisit. I was told'there that some, brthe Catholic population had sent a petition to the Bishop of Calgary, asking that secular priests be sent to Lethftidge, and consequently the chasing away 'from LethbridRe of the Oblate Fathers who were there when Lethbridge was Coalbanks and before there was even a fence post planted or a shack erected where now Leth- .bridse stands. I myself am an Oblate, and for over twenty-five years I have labored there. No boasting is needed, thererare old timers enough to tell the tale of tlic beginning of the-burg. It was like a sword through my heart when Hlieard of the snakelike underwork that is -going on there. Siaels tins cannot he the smnt' of my dear old parishioners l.r I will write no more. After a few j hours spent in my dear old pufibh, I j returned to Taber with a heavy heart. It does not take many to cre- I ate trouble in a Parish. I am glad I am getting old Father L. Van Tighcm, O.M.I. Taber, Nov. 35, 1915. SIR JOSEPH POPE EXPLAINS ABOUT CLERGY Ottawa, Joseph Pope, who had charge of .the arrangements lor the Stnto of Sir Charles Tup- per, in. an interview, questioned in regard to the claim of the Evangelical Alliance Scotia, that repre- sentatives of two faiths" only had been invited to ths and gnen a place in the said "I lltld uoc neitra of me L But, K a matter of (act, I quite tuK) re cognize the principle mvohed 1 "I could not, mylte all the clergj, but I 4id inyite the Rev H B Grant, 1 moderator of' the Presbyterian S >nod i Jle came to the funeral and occupied j paw NO 36 I invited the Rev W J ICioft, president of, the Nova Scotia I Atethodist Conference He came to the funeral and occupied seat No 25 The Kev H, T. DsVVolf, piesident of the I Baptist convention ot the maritime provinces, and the Dr Aitken, piesident of the Acadia Univeraitv, the Baptist Institution, were inUted, but sept notes regretting their inabil l ity to attend Sir Joseph made it quite clear that there was- neither attempt nor desire I to limit the of fkial invitations to ,mv j particular aectioni He added "I in- vited qnlv ope Roman Cathode clergj- man, other than the archbishop If I invited a large number of it because funeral was con- ducted by Anglicans, at an Anglican Churph, and m an Anglican cemeten A gas radiator winch resem- bles one of the usual hot air tj pe has jieen for heating small rooms. First Aid Instructors Applications from men qualified In first aid worTt, to rict aa Instructors to soldiers in training for active ser- vice, are "'being, askjjcl for by the A.1- berta branch of-St. John's ambulance association M H Harlowe, Edmon- ton, is secretary. These instructors Will _1Jo given the rank of sergeants and placed on sergeants' payt but will not bo sent on actlvti service. HOME FOE CHRISTMAS ALLAN LINE THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE Having the only Chnstmai and Winter Sailing, from Canada FROM ST. JOHN STEAMER TO nec 4 S.S, CORSICAN ,.....Liverpool Dec! 11 S.S. SCANDINAVIAN Liverpool Above am Ohrjstirns Sailings Book Early, 15 CORINTHIAN Havre-London Deo 22........ SS SICILIAN Havre London Dec 25 PRETORIAN .Liverpool Reduced round trip railway rates in effect Nov. 15 to Dec. 31 from all points west. Through Tourist Sleeping Car will be run to St John for Bailing Corilcan, 4, and Scandinavian, Dee. 11. For full information and leservatlons, aiinly to any railway or steamship agent or W R. ALLAN, General Northwestern Agent, THRUSTING GERMANS BACK FROM RIGA Following their recent victory at Bersemund farm, southeast of the Russians have now won a west of Riga and captured Kommwp, Map shows the battle line Grind Prwe, Panama-Pacific Exposition Granil Prize, Panama-California Exposition San Francisco, 1915 191S For Flavor aiuj Quality r BAKER'S COCOA is just light It has the delicious taste and natural wjpf of high-grade cocoa beans; it is skilfully piepared by a perfect rpechanical 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 sold in are made in Canada., Booklet of Choice Recipes free on request, Walter Baker Co- Limited MONTREAL, CAN. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. "V .V RID ROSE ;