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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, 1914 30 p.m., conducted by Rev. Priactoal Grtfeam, BD, Moose Jaw. Big Brothers' class at 130 Boys' department at 2 All other depart- ments of the Sunday school and Adult Bible class at 3. Chinese class at 4. Furf chorus choir at Doth services Everyone METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Kev. J. B Francis, pastor. Class meeting at 10 a m Anniversary services at 11 am and 7.30 ptn Preacher, Rev R D Dundonald Morning subject, "Diamonds in .the JEtousn'." Children's topic, "Tha Tap Root." Evening, "Diamonds Chipprt and for Boastm of men's Own. Address 'on "The Inconsistency of Modern fey Rev. Dr. Dundonold A to all. WESLBY 0. H Cobbledlok, pastor; residence, 820 Eleventh street, 'phone 404. subject, "The Second Mile." Erentng "A Grave m the No 2 in the struggle of Democracy in the life story of Moses 8 p m.) Bible school. BELIEVERS Bnrgnunn-s Hall. ,TUitCMtt North assemble-on the Day for A >VB OORLANDt ESQ. Bronte, Ont.t Oct. 191 J. "Forabont 40 years, I was troubled with Lame Back brought oa by Kidney' And Bladder Trouble', I was never confined to my bed with the trouble, but it affected my spine and I had to rest for a time. I took advertised remedies did not do me any good. I saw "Fruit-a-tlres" advertised and decided to try' them. They did me more good than atiy other remedy. I would advise differing from Kidney or Bladder Trouble, to use H. BORLAND. "Fruit-a-lives" acts directly on the kidneys and bladder, relieving iaflammatlott and stopping the pain. But it does more. It prevents the formation of an CTcesa of uric acid, by restoring the-Kidneys, Bowels and Skin to healthy action. When these three great eliminating organs of the body are working in harmony, there can be lio uric acid to poison the blood and irritate the nerves, tivea" sweetens the stomach, regulates the bowels, clears, the skin and curea every trace of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuralgia and Chronic Headache.'. joe. a boii 6 for trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt of-price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS the home of Simmonett, Eighteenth St., 1st aid !nd enucs Sunday morning at 10.30, Remembering, .the Lord's Death; Sunday evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting, Tuesday ening, 8 p m, iQspel evening Ip.m., Special wajtirig.npon the baptism of the. Holy Ghost Come and drink of the water, of life freely. 'For the Promise is. unto, you and your children, and, to. al! that are afar off, even as many us the Lor.d> our God shall call." IN FRONT WAR-MAP (Chicago Trl'buntO An Irishman and a: German are arguing about the -.navies of Great Britain and Germany. The Harp: "England's got four thouEand battleships." The Pretzel; "Is dot sol dose Tne Harp, D'ye think I'd tell you, you.--------German spyV Fire did considerable damage ia a block on Mam street, Gait, owned by N. Brock Walkms of Toronto. Tha lower portion of the building Tvas oc- cupied by F J Brown Sons, Orien- tal Bazaar, whose loss is estimated at J IDENTIFICATION DISC WORN ON ACTIVE SERVICE This