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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THELETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28.'1914 RouUy, Branch Uanajsi-, Ispirlml Fort ffll Qnt. 22, 1914. Ccspany, I WBV. to thsnk ys-j Aoeurono Cocpany, you prccpl jor-trous ire r tiling of ay huibi.id Thoi X wiih to axpra; els j cy of Auicxaile cliuia contained in your policies. Had tt not thlo would havt loit, as Ur. filled to pay hla prealua in full rton it duo ISth of Jinuary Itst. I will reeoastnd your Cospsny truly, THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B.-Wilkie, District Manager, lethimdge CHURCH SERVICES! The House Without A Cold Spot THE house that has a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater needn't have. a cold- spot anywhere. A Perfection is light and can be carried easily from room to room anywhere that extra heat is needed. For the "between seasons" of Fall and Spring the Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater gives just the heat you want. Perfection heaters are solid, hand- somely designed and smokeless and odorless. Looi for the Triangle trade- mark. Made ia Citwfa ROYAUTE OIL is belt for all me. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Liinited Swiateaa Montreal _ C CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCK OF CHRIST. G, Hyll.Block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday CT- euing testimony meeting, p.m. The reading room Is open to every- one' overy day from three to five p.m. riven-Olio Is cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Roscnthal. pastor; Rev. P. Mini- U-egwi, assistant. Children's Mass. 9 ia-.m- Hlsh Mass, 11 a. m. Sunday [school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. CHKiSTADELPHIANS i CllKlSTADKLl'HIANS Meet in the Mnose Hall, Higinbotliam Block, j [Knirancc street' .south and 2ml avwiUL- south. at 8 p.m. Hilik1 class. Sundays at 3 p. in., to I I'OiiiHU'iiHU'iUe the Lord's deatli, and j at V.-'i'O p. ru. to proclaim the glad tidings of t'lc Kingdom of God. Sub- jjcct, Fulfilled nnd [ing." by 31 r. Sidney T. Batsford. All j seats free. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fiir'.i street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.rr... Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise i meeting, and 7.30. Salvation meeting, Week Monday, S p.m.. public meeting, led by Bisters; Wednesday. 8 p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, E p.m., Salvation meeting, Citadtl band in attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS I CHUttCH OP CHRIST OF (LATTER oil j Seventh Ave. and- 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 3 p.m. sacra- ment meet ink. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. Green, 101G Second Avr.. S. Phone 1-193. j LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter. in the morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Service (English) in the .even- ing at 7.30. Rehearsal Wednesday evening. ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAX-S CHURCH, corner of Eleventh street and Eighth avenue Rev. Canca MuMillen., Suuday, November (First Sunday j in S.30 a.m.. Holy Comrnuii- i ion, when the Women's Auxiliary and the Brotherhood of St. Andrew's will take corporate Communion. Matins, 11 a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday j school and Bible classes at 3 "p.m.' ST- AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. of People Have Found "Fruit-a-tives" Their Only Help READ THIS LETTER Superintendent of Sunday School in Toronto Tell. How He Cured Himself of Chronic Rheumntiim After Suffer, ing for 55 DovKKCOORTRoAD, Oct., ist. 1913. "Fora long time, I have thought of writing you regarding wliut I term a moat remarkable cure effected by your remedy'' Fruit-a-tivea I suffered from Rheumatism, especially in my hands. I have spent a lot of money without Riiy good results. I havetaken "Fruit- a-tives" for iS months now, aud am pleased to tell you that I ain cured. All the enlargement has not left hands and perhaps never will, but the soreness is all gone and I can do any kind of work. I have gained 35 pounds m 18 JL A. WAUGH Rheumatism is no longer the dreaded disease it once was. Kheumatisin is no longer .one of the "incurable "Fruit-a-tives" has proved its marvellous powers over Rheu- matism, Sciatica, fact, over all such diseases .which arise from Mr. gave a brief history of the educational lite of tho Wunior district since the lirst suliuot was es- tablished there in A.'arcli, willi 12 children in uttciidunciV and tulil of thy remarkable progress made sint-o that liiiiiv it was only tUrougli peL1- sisleat efl'iv.'t nm) co-operation ou the j pnrl of-liit trustees, that tho school hail been perfected. There had been no frietion whatever, he said, and the; hoard had Leeu given every assist-j ana) hy the government which fos- tered and approved of the consolidat- ed school iilea. CM I HP INSPECTOR SPEAKS Mr. J. T. Kass, Chief Inspector of Schoo's for the province, formally opened the school on behalf of the minister of Uil neat ion. Me congratu- lated Hie district on being the firtt, (o complete the organization tf a! consoliclatetl district, and the erec- tion of'a, splendid building. Jle was amazed at the estimate of the cost j given by Mr. Morton, attcr hav- ing inspected the building. He con- gratulated the people on having such an energetic and industrious and advised them to see that .the) were kept on that board. In speaking of the instruction to he given, Mr. Ross said that it would be a good policy to pay the price and good instructors, as often economies wcr'c exercised at the expense of efiit'icney. He described the grants to be Riven by the government, and mentioned i some detail the new grants to be used for the advancement of u-elimcal 1 training, laying emphasis on ihe im- porUmi-c oi agricultural training which he hoped'would some derangement of stomach, bowels, j consideration by the hoard'.'Mr. Ross k.dueys or skm. ;L ako mentioned the work the govern- bvall dealers at 500. a box, 6 for trial size, Mac. ur scut puaipciiu oa, receipt of price by Fruit-a-fcivesLimitnd, Oitavrt. merit was doing in the way of sup- plying libraries, and was glad 10 sec that the trustees had prepared to re ceive this aid by incorporating SONG AND PRAYER IN THE TRENCHES French Officer Tells of Awesome Nights room into their Pain Flies from Hamlins Rev. _, Canon .Murrei-Wright, rector, _ Matins 11 a.m.; Holy Communion try Sunday morning at 8 a.m. at- the eleven o'clock service. on first Sunday of the month. Evensong 7-30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. (Extract from a letter dated Octo- ber 12 from a young French officer in the fighting lino hear J the value of education and the "Soon H Tvill be a.lull month that we .have been uere-.m front of the German' trenches, ourselves, too, earthed in deep trenches, neither of .._ having--been able to advance __ i inch. We are face to face, the j Germans and ourselves, about five or six-'hundred yards; apart. We'.dij ST. MARY'S' C. H. Popham, rector. Holy .Communion 8; a.m. arid Choral Eucharist bri the first Sunday of the month at' eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. m, CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner ourselves in fUrttieKiWe of us, conducting a- veritable siege war- fare, waiting side or the an energetic 'offensive can -be undertaken. I think raygglf tba't it-'wlll be "up to us to make a start before ,'U "Anyhow, distrac- tions in our holes in" ground. the..'evening, hours are specially im the horizon is 2 of motors Tt is a presstve. Sometimes afire; one hears tli and one puts one's Taube; throws out. blazing fire- T.'orks to. signal positions to their heavy artillery. minutes later huge shells passes overhead-from five splendid library structure. OTHER 'SPEAKERS Mr. C. C. Stover, one of the pro- gressive and successful farmers in the district, gave an excellent talk along the lines ot teaching, in which he has had considerable experience. His ad- dress was most optimistic and received. Mr. R. Vales, Mr. W. L. Miscn- sol and Mr. Geo. Suapp gave short addresses along the general lines of importance of character building. PROGRAM AND REFRESHMENTS Mr. A. P. rendered vocal solo, anil Mrs. 'L. L. Orth sang with The Wizard who put Music into millions of homes AS you sit in your own home and listen to the stirring strains of a military the liquid, luscious notes of a far famed you realize the thanks that you, and all other music lovers, owe to Thomas A. Edison As you know, Mr. Edison invented sound-recording and spund-reprpducing instruments. It was due to his genius that millions of homes are able to enjoy everything in music. It was due to Mr. Edison's efforts that matter where "you have the great artists, the famous bands, the cleverest entertainers, the brightest public speakers, right in your home. For -more than thirty six years, Mr. Edison has developed and improved the Edison Phono- graph and Edison Records. Tlie Edison Phonograph today with its diamond reproducing point (requiring no needles) a softness, a richness, a velvety smoothness, tt wealth of delicate overtones, that cannot be obtained with any instrument using metal needles which raiist be changed with every record. You really must hear the Edison to appreciate it to the full. .Won't you come in and let us play all your favorite pieces' for you 134 EDISON DEALERS IN LETHBRIDGE W. H. McCaffrey. Street North.' Kenny Allen Co., Limited. classes in manual training and do- mestic science. AGRICULTURE TO 1JE TAUGHT These rooms are not yet equipped, as it has been' decided to await the advent of Miller, Superintendent Technical Education, who will give her usual excellence. Mr. Whitney and valuable advicc these .matters. Frank Gordon also contracted to the CIagses :aKricuiturc will" be'cstab- pk-asure oi the occasion.with musical selections. UNIQUE HEATING SYSTEM .The lavatories arc most convenient, After the completion the pro- gram, refreshments vyere served .by the ladies of the district, and every corner of it was represented; there djsposal plants. The boiler being close to 500 people present..The occasion was closed hy the of the national anthem, and the remain- der 01' the afternoon 'was spent in iu- arid are equipped with the most up-, room is1 fireproof; wiih both steam and hot air terns, each being automatically feet wide, three stories high, and or six .kilometres, away; soon ours practically fireproof, .reinforced con- ansftfer them, and whistle over us in creic u-afls1 extending to the second the cpntraary direction.. All we have Hoor. -Thc interior is finished in .hite, atained coast fin There il ?___ _ to do is to watch the.duel. A Mend to tie household and a foe to pain for over 60 years. For rheumatism, sprains, burns; 1 neuralgia, cramps, stomach novrel troubles, there is nothing likeHrnilia-.Wmri 02-the highest quality lininiett and the moK coatjy of all to make. At drusciats-b-ut set Hamlm7? Wijard QU. Famous dream book free ifuou write HAMUNS WIZARD OIL CO. TORONTO Third avenue and Eighth J. B. Pickel, pastor. Bible school' at 10.30 a.m. Services at 11.00 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 6.30. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST- Ave. ami 9th St. Preacher, Rev. Ba- ud Boss. 11 a.m., Mr. Walter Car- EOn of the Y.M.C.A., 'will speak on 'The Search for Truth." Noon, Sun- day school .and adr.it 'Bible class. ".30 ,p.m.. Rev. H.. E'mer Green will ireach on "Christian Anti-Laziness." FIFTH AVENUE _ Elaac Green, pastor. 11 a.m suh- a murmuring; ket ot windows, anil the arlis "Knocking." 3 p.m., lhey oftermB pressed hrick facing being eKect.ively school and Bible classes. 7.30 p.m., prayer-_ after they b b u t tile is PRESBYTERfAN "p i LITLI} oi asDLSLOa ST. ANDREW'S A. C. Bryan, pastor. 11 a.m., "Our Daily-Bread." 2p.m., Junior Sunday school 3.15 p. m. Senior Sunday- school and Bible classes. 7.30 p. Continuing the series of special ser-jth mons announced by the pastor on "Campaigning, in Canaan; tomorrow night's subjeet, "The Allies." KNOX gulated; so that" neither teacheis nor spectmg the building. is CGmpeUed "to adjust the And a commodious, substantial and cont.rofs. The air is forced through artistic building it is. There is value. coilg and thcre 1s smokc iu.fvcry inch, as well as utility, or swt Thc svstcm j structure .stands somewhat, Limited and lollow tke.use oi designed installed apart from the town, and a i d jg mQst uni u6 aml; picturesque sight, having as it does, the snow-clad'Milk Kiver ridge as a background. H is 78 feet long by 60 effective. WATER GALORE >There is also a 'unique watci sjs tern, with. automatically controlled underground engines for pumping from the and from .the-emer- 25 and 60c. at all DruggUd. Abber'i VITA T.bloli for BY J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED. iliss Sullivan, Miss E, Boyson, and Phyllis McCartin. stream over the Many or the efforts of principal anil floor is equipped with .teachers go amiss if they arc not each has; its sanitary J augmented and.supported .by -the care- shin slcs. inking founlaii ttoors and landings arc laid maple. "SCHOOL At a convenient, yet sanitary dis- taker. Jlr. Whitfbird dencc that he is 3 man oi this type, and the. duties of janitor arc bound- to be ably carried out by hini.. ..There is a general tone of satisfy YOUTH HAS BROKEN His LEG fractured his left- leg for. the. 37th Qoys1 at'2. department of Sundav Other departments arid pass through, the exit at the' other eif school has been' taicri only after Flic ventilat- bwu exercist-d and the -selection Rev..A. H.-Denoon, B.D. Services to- or two scouts comb'-back wound- morrow at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.ie'J.....Towards'..midnight .the into the school room. becomes almost complete. Notii- ing shaft takes all the four air out the teachers is no exception. Mr. U. adult i reaches our senses but sound over the partition, and fresh air en- W.. who has proven his worth COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spices. Jelly Powders and Extracts. Purest and best. When in doubt use Blue-Ribbon: We guarantee perfect satisfaction with all our pure-food METHODIST WESTMINSTER J. B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting at -10 a.m. Morning service at 11 m., -subject, "A Child Ohilil- ren's subject, "The Wings oi Birds." Jlen's Own at 4 p.m. evening service, subject. "Moses in School." G. H. pastor; residence, 320 Eleventh street, ;phone 40-1. II a. m. Children's topic, with the Sermon, "Our G'clclen Calves." 3 .p.m., Bible school and A dint classes. p.m., "Lessons from the Spies." Morning anthem, "C'irtsUan, the Morn Breaks.Sweetly" evening anthem, "Kingdom of Christ" baritone solo, Mr. Miller. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL' Hall, 5th Ave., North. Sunday at H a.m. Remchihering the Lord's Death. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m.. Hra.ver and- Gospel meeting. Everybody welcome, BELIEVERS Hall. 418 Thirteenth North assembly on the Lord's Day for tht breaking of bread at il a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday. 7.-15 p.m. BIBLE-. STUDENTS" INTERNATIONAL HIBLK STU- ..DENTS 13, Stafford St. south. Ser- vices every Siintiay at 3-and 7.30 p. m. Seats free.-No collection. re driving into the ground to j There is a library, j room with lavatory, as we, stretch wire'1 entanglements upon. this, there are, from time to time.'tragic nights. The.oUj- or evening, towards o'clock, fright- ful made us leap up; really like the yelling of wild beasts, hoarse..and guttural, interrupted -the blast of bugles, sinister and truly liigub- principal's higher grades, lady The other teachtrs riou It is two regiments 'who have sprung at-us from 'ess than 50 yards away, who pour suddenly into our advanced trenches. They are stopped- only by a machine gun 'section pushed forward in.' haste through the obscurity." And so, day. after day, night after night. GUESS WHAT THE ROOSTER WILL EAT AFf.TER HIS Winsted, Conn., "Nov. Robertson baa a novel guessing" con- test going on at in.New Mil- ford. In the west window ia a yoiing white Wyandotte rooster, and outside the cage a pint jar-containing, 1000 kernels of corn, On the. rooster, Jack, will fast 24 hours. On the next he will ba, turned louse at those 1000 kernels. Robertson is wondering how many kernels he 'wilT eat to .make up for that fast, and everybody is Invited to make a guess. Stewart McClenagljan has declined -be a candidate -fijTvmayor of Otta-. south of here, has- only ..one guinea well- lien, but the hen.has laid'an egg ev- room., a physical science labor-; known in the (Ifeirict have rec-j every day. As she doesn'tVobject to and spacious ac- ords that are cnViable Ifom :every j Sunday atory, a lunch room, commotlation on the ground floor for standpoint. They- 'are tliis hen: 170 Bertha.; eggs- at last, count. I ,C, COCOA That Makes It Deservedly Popular An delicious and wholesome food beverage, produced by a scientific blend- ing of high-grade cocoa beans, subjected to a perfect process of manufacture. in Ccaiada by Co. Limited MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS ;