Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE THE.LETHBRIDGE-DAltY HERALD Nothing so good as fresh homemade bread from Grand Chapter ol Alberta Or-! liter of the Uasteni Star will meet 'next week in Lc-thbrlilge and a large ec of delegates from all over tl-c province is expected. This is the fourth annual meeting the chauler -i'il will lake iilace in the Masamc rank', I.ethbriifpe, Tuesday, Wed- nesday am! Thursday, '''he- program ior the three days includes in addi- tiolt to the rontii.c business of the a drive to Coallla e and entmaium'.Mit there hy the Loal- H'ter Tiicsd.iv, followed by an iaWni thai night hv the leif chapter in Wednesday Mayor P. L. Hardie J. n. CLINES, .M. P. Laborite who has been appoint brici'.e chapter will hull! a reception ior visitors, Thursday v.-ill be the SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1915 Mayor Hardie Believes More (CONTl Some Little of Huge Yields (.OONTIXUBD FllQNT ilerl was hulled out last _..., ..nil was awarded thirty-live iier cent, hail insurance. .With the qng spell of ideal growing weather no nauodu IIOAO puu mini) lice as she was valuable lu liijii as n Another; farmer; ui' tho same clerk in'his own office. Since lie was I trtct who -pit Kovcrnmonl seed atiraliiistcring the stores department year, and who would have from his oflice, it was necessary that the accountant who was looking af- ter that be away considcrally, and J has just finished thresh ing tills .crop anil obtained a torty- live bushel average. Jlr. Uhlert thinks Hint his entire crop have gone better than acre er a e away con, this left the stenographer to do the j neighbors, has this fall sls of wheat. clerical work. Mayor May Run Stores This led the mayor to make an- other statement, and that was that he proposed to move that the store department lie transferred to his dc- from _o........ _____ i yield UOOU bushels of wheat. Thos. Juilson, .the: well-known bcr farmer, has a yield of 115 (CHANCE.. FOR CANADIAN la-: RAILWAY MEN jlun Oct. Tho aolo froni 20 acres. tverage ot 'nion in the city today centred around Uv u u., Uh" ativci'tlsemont which appeared In parlMient in order that it would not local paper calling-for 510 men to be in control ot the departments tiiat Magrath, Oct. yielw, go lo tlusslu and work were continually purchasmR from toe this district are Invokingall picuous, On tho stores, and thus had an interest in records. From the'.reports m ot nll .....d-gency muni- it. is nlnlost enure 50o miles from the, war The of consolidating the: wheat crop oi the will .jiowbrav S. ncrkley has been stenography and moving the .street .age Letter than forty buslielb to tnc to jet men for t.le car be further considered j acre. mmM far Itusslau government, Tho following at Monday. Iho .bort the men Three, hundred Submarine Menace Effectually Crushed s" tron Mr. Sickle, Killam Grand Scc- Iretarv, Mr. S. J. IJlair, Calgary will attend from Ver-1 Mr. and Mrs. Duff of PJW- 5sB: Hillcrest, while among Mrs. M. .Lake, Mr. and Mrs. jiarui, CONTINUED I-'IJOM FRONT LOIS JiESEDlTH IX "HEL? THE STARI.AXD THE- ATRE. 5IOXDAY AXD TUESDAY seitette of tSc ic-nighi tuU compa] ILU 'The Girl From at L e Uueen will be ssen in this comedy ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTLVS CHURCH, corn- er of Kighth street and Second av- enue; Rev. Canon Murrel-V.'right, Rec- er of Second avenue andetaoin sutes October 3: Choral Com- munion service at 11 a.m., at which Rev. F. Middleton, of the Bloi serve, will preach the sermon, day school at 10 a.m. ST 5th A communion every IS a. m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 a. m-, and on all High Festivals. Matins on tire 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at 7 30 ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner of Eleventh street and Eighth avenue; Rev. Ctnon W. V. McMillen. Sunday, October 3: Holy Communion it S.30. Evensong at 7.30., at which Rev. F. Middleton, of the Blood He- serve, will preach .the sermon. Sun- day school, Junior Boys' and Junior METHODIST WESLEY a.m.; Child' ren's topic, "A A submarine telephone has levelopeil by which it is pos- sible io detect the approach of a sub- marine, by sound from observation boats or stations planted of! shore, connected with points -on the main- land. For the capture of these craft, whose presence has not.been delect- ed or even suspected, the govern- ment's reports describe how huge nets have been stretched across the chan- nels through which the submarine may be expected to pass and in open waters, near steamship lanes, or in the vicinity of warships, nets sus- pended with !loats have been cast. From patrol boats on watch the floats pulled beneath the water show- ed that the submarine had become entangled. Then patrols congregate at the place, and when "tlie submarine n H ?v belffthan v 1 ishefe ,nr acre, smiths, 10 engine drivers. 10 engine while his field of barley the fitters, .10 bridgemen. 4 Umber bndgo splendid average oi seventy-five bus. foremen, -I cooks, assistant Probably the most remarkable crop 6 cook helpers, and a good surgical threshed is that- ot Hmil Kblcrt's. doctor. "The Unconscious Loss of the Divine comes to the surface, as inevitably Presence" 3 Bible school and j it must to disentangle itself, it is Adult classes. 7.30 p.m., the "A Far Winston Church- j ill. The new anthems given ai the song service last Sunday will be re- peated, and in addition at the close of the evening service an unique musical ;sium uc. iv me evening MARY'S CHUHCH-Con.tr o! j ,viu be en_oyeti. .ve. and 12th St. C. N Ho.ly; WBSTMINSTER-13th Street N., faunday morning at B pastor SetTices tomorrow at 11 a.m.: subject, "The Excellent children's "Habit." 7.30 p.m.: "Stan-ins More the Inner Man." Class meeting 10 a.m. CHRISJIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 10.30 al m. Communion 1 11.30 a.m. Christian Endeavor 7.30 No preaching, service. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rev. D. Ross, pastor. ..Services at 11 a. Uav scliool, junior BUVS .tun .miiim. 7.30 p.m.' the Bible Girls' (ages 1-1-1S) and- Adult Bible school and adult class. Morning sub- at 3 p.m. ject, "Holiness." :.n; Evening subject, Harvest Thanksgiving services wil'l be held at St. Cyprian's Church on Sunday, October .10, when Rev. Canon McMilien, returned from the meeting of the General Synod, will preach.: PRESBYTERIAN KNOX CHURCH; Rev. A. H. Den- 0011, pastor; Manse, 1210 Fourth avr enue South, telephone tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning; 'Regular quarterly commua- ___ ion service; anthem; "Jesu, Word of j Mansions. God Incarnate" Evening: j'.ection. Subject, "Profaning the an- them, "Sweet Is Thy -Mercy, Lord." Twenty minutes' song service. Big destroyed hy; gunfire or captured. Special Mine Device A special type oi mine also has been devised which is laid "in large fields that have proved narticularly dangerous to submarines approaching steamer .lanes. German methods oi supplying sub- marines with oil and provisions, eith- er at sea or from concealed places along the 'coasts of the British Isles, U15, has been ferreted out and practically at I disposed of. This compels the boats to return to -their bases at more fre- o_uent intervals, and leaves them only a comparatively short time in posi- tion and equipped for effective duty. Aeroplanes are described as exceed- ingly uselul in locating and following the "trail of submarines. They can detect one even a hundred feet be- neath the surface. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hisinbotham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 3nd avenue south. p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate the 'Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of Sod. Sub- "The" Father'si House of Many ST. All seats free. No col- LUTHERAN' PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth, avenue and iwentv minutes song Sisters' class at 12.30; Big Brothers' i Fifteenth street C. Grant, and .Boys' department ot Sunday school at 3 p.m. school at 2.00; other departments at S o'clock. Chinese c'iass at .4 p.m. Everybody -welcome. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor, .Rev. A. C.. Bryan. Morning.ser- Services on the fourth Sunday of the month at 7.30 p.rn. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth lut, t avenue and .Tenth street. Rev. Fatb- vice at 11 a.m.: Regular monthly in- !er jjosenthal, pastor Rev. Fr. Min- tercessory service: Evcing service at; assistant. Children's Mass at 7.30; subject, "Bridegroom Religion." Junior Sunday "school at 2; senior Sunday school at 3.15. I TRINITY CHURCH, HARDIE- Faichney, pastor. Scr- vices for' tomorrow Children's ser- vice at "11 a.m. Sunday 2.30.. Fare'-ye...... who is GRACE BEATY and DOT DUN'BAR. two clever juveniles TriUl the llneical Eckzrdts at the Orobeum, last time tonight. 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7.30. Seimons at each service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 'FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIEiSiTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at m. Wed- service to the nesday evening testimony meeting, 8 for Edmonton. Matthew's Pres- byterian, church: Sabbath school, II a. ra.; evening service at 7.30.-A. M. McLeod, [pastor. Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition San Francisco, 1915 Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition San Diego, 1915 For Flavor and Quality MAKER'S COCO; is just right 11 has the delicious taste and natural color of high-grade cocoa beans; it is skilfully prepared by a perfect mechanical process; without the use of chemicals, flavoring or artificial coloring matter, Itispure and wholesome, conforming to the Canadian Pure Food Laws. All of our goods in Canada are made in Canada. Booklet of Choice Recipes sent free on request. Walter Baker Go. Limited MONTREAL, CAN. Established 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. Oct son. of Dr. Ed EX-STETTLER MAN WENT DOWN .WITH ROYAL EDWARD Frederictoa, N.B. Boxivell _- ward Thompson ot Bath, England, ..and brother of Berkley Thompson of Lbw: er .Kingsclear, York am- ong those lost on the steamer Royal Edward, torpedoed in the Aegean Hea, the latter part of August. The word of Lieut. Thompson's death has just been received here. Ac- cording to 'letters received from Bath, his son was not among: those from the Royal Edward, and all ef- forts of the War Office to find him live have failed. Lieut. Thompson had been residing in Stettler, Alta., when the war broke out, but last January left for England, where he poined his oid regiment the Somersets. He was a South African veteran and is survived by a widov. and three children. Boy Scouts know that, with a good meal of Corn Flakes, they can stand the strain of a longscoutingtour. The strong sustaining qualities of corn nized by the Egyptians in the days of Pharaoh. CORN FLAKES The Sweet of the Corn. Canada. lOc. pel package. p: m. The reading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 3 p.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL. PENTECOSTAL Ave North Baptist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, remembering the Lord's death. Sunday evening 730 Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at 3 p in., special waiting upon God for the'baptism oi the Holy Ghost. A icarty welcome to all.- SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street? aa- follows Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p. m., praise meeting, and -7.30, Salvation, meeting. Week nights Monday, 8 p. m. public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday 8 p. ra., Soldiers' meet- ing Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel hand in attendance Saturday, 8 p. m. free and easy mect- ng. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST OF LATTM3R DAY of Seventh avenue and twelfth LOSING HOPE WOMApERYiil Finally Restored To Health By Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. Eeileme, was in terrible itete before I took Lydfa E. Pinkhtm's Vegetable Com- pound. My b.ack acheduntilltliought Kgl it would bmk.Ihad peins all over nervous feelings and periodic troubles. 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