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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church corner -Hi, Ave. i Rev' VV PF. 's'unis, j liegular services at U a.m. and Jlornt'ng "Ye Shall Dwell in j lhe Staiuer. Soloist. Mrs. ANGLICAN St. Cypriaii's Church Cor. 11th Street and Sth Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. tvicmmcn. Rector a. in. Sunday School and Bible Classes. 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-lst and 3rd Sun- days at S.30; -'ml and -Hh Sundays at 11 a.m. Sundays at -i Rev Mr llnimlt. of Taber. will t: charge of the services moiumE and evening. THE HEUALP iTiiTMinmiiiiiniii That early morning dose of SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, -10115 I PENTECOSTAL I nde Lemare. t'ostlude. Urand Uwr- us in B Flat. Johu E. West. ID a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m.: Big Sisters and Bis Moth 3.oTp.m.: Other Departments of Sun- day School and Adult Bible 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. MeNichol, M.A.. Pastor Manse 707 13th ne-uiar Services at II P.m. .lunior Sunday Scliool at TS; LAndrew'sPPChnrch North Leth- bridse on Sunday evening next at lhe close of the evening serMCe. Communicant's cards wil not ua delivered at the houses this week, but can be from the elders at the church thisjiabbatn. Trinity ChurchTHardieviHe Leslie LoflUe Boyd. B.A Minister. "30 pm.: Sabbath School. p.m.: Church Service. Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. N.. Baptist Church a.m.. remembering the Lord's Death. Evening. T.Si.'. Gos- pel meeting. 10 -i in Sunday School. p.m.. Prayer anil Word. p.m.. Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL FRUIT SALT responsible for many a man's business cITiciency. i" 'V1'" brcakliut moans a clear brain tor dear thinking. hi-nrly appetite and a good diction. It not only mata but ,voll_becausc-it is a natural remedy. Try KNO'S for a few morning.-! and notice how much better you feet-how invigorated as a result of Us purifying, cleansing proper- lios there is- only one SALT'-ENO'S. Don't be per- to buy worthless imitations. Get your Druggist's. PrrtanJ i. C. EHO, ltd., "Fruit Salt Worki." LONDON, E HAROLD F. RITCHIE 1 CO. USllTED 10 H.CAUI. STBEET. TORONTO (6) ACTION ON as to the management of such an in- stitution. The doctor concisely stat- ed what was being done by the muni- etl what was oemg none uj m" cipalltles Lloydmlnster and Car- hospital problem, he ___] linil fullv nun Hi. OIK EWGILUTT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO, OUT. Strong Committee To Report on Means of Supply- ing a Great Need million as Hie University of Alberla itipplled as to the working out of tin re Plan Ul'b. devised here that -oultl (chu llr. Scott B. lirowu. Ur E. J; Ivins and W. S. ..vivate cor- i Johnston. They were instructed i" j "at wire Edmonton for the necessary perf "resolutions were passed as to ,ha, th annum per familv. so as ,o furnish the grain snides, tlm local freight the necessary revenue for upkeep, j service tl the prevention of any i-oal shortage during the com- Cardstoii Red CVOBS society riglit of Its charter the ona whit-li all the work of the surrotindins districts should he LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Prlmarv 3 run. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Bistiop Geo. W. Green, 1016 2nd Ave. South. Phone K93 METHODIST BAPTIST Wesley Church R.V G. H. Cohbledick, Pastor p.rson.ge 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 Harvest Home and ThanKsgiv.ng Services. 51 for an Abun- S p Bib" School t Adult Classes. ?.30 p.m.: "National Causes for Thanksgiving." Epeoial Music: Morning. Shall Dwell in the Mrs. H. H. Johnston. "ThanksEVi- to the Lord of Har- vest" Barnbv. "Praise the Lord 0 My Soul" R. Smart. Kipling's Re- cessional, "Lest We Forget." Dykes. -Lord's Ooodenough in.. "Now Father VCe Commend Our- selves to Thee This Night." Loud. Westminster Church Rev J B. Francis. Pastor ID a.m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 a.ni.: Childrtn's Topic. "The First Thanksgiving." Sermon -JSeed Time and Harvest." Thanksgiving address 900 pm.: Elementary Dept.. of Sun uav School. Otber depts. at 3. 7 30 "p.m.: Topic: "The Expectant Spirit." Annual anniversary address The Annual Thanksgiving dinner will be served on Monday i Thanksgiving night) from 6 to S. Adults aOc, Chil- dren 25c. ___ First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev ,1 McAllister, late of Utah, will preach raornins and evening Mr. complete Laurier's Clear Call Appeals to French-Canadians for the Honor of Their Race to Do Their.Part. in. the. War. 110 terrorize the invaded nations and force them to sue for peace. "Who will say that these crimes were not authorized? 1 will give an example of what happened in France, thai part which is under German do- minion. Ami what day did they choose for this? Easter: the day ot s ownrt "ospital. giving service j Hie on Me am, of bad at cost and eliminating all nlra ol to be S.OUM t n L fonvanliMl in one remittance to profit, and thought the people of this j were vital imp.llt.ini... ittee at Calgary. ilstrict would take pride in sucli ai institution. After some other exprea- of opinion, the chairman ex- iil that the very small area of i redemption. What became of these young women? We bavo no Informa Sir Wilfrid Latirier in Montreal, tember tion yet, but they are captives in Ger- man 'territory, forced to work for the Germans, and' happy it not subjected to worse outrages. oi Frencl ;south country. Ai The infant Hugo Weiss thcr Death 311-of Mr. and ed last evenlne. ".Now. I speak to ai French week. are obliged to thiuk of this j that war in Europe. There is not a civil-. b'tottay, i would' Join those ized country in the world, that is he- j Canadians fighting today for the the shadow of that war. For I inanition of French territory. (Great l0n" ILO hpc.n de-1 1 .would not have it said ent the possibility of much1 aid from that source. It was resolved that a committee be appointed to investigate and report upon a municipally-owned and operat- ed hospital, and a privately owned or incorporated, company for such a pro- ject. said committee Ui report in one te mer Society. Both he and his wne will ioUr HiTtmShout Southern Alberta this fall and winter using a caravan for the purpose. i the workshop, on the j that the French-Canadians do less for street overvwlicre: Was Canada ob-jllle iteration of France than the citi- H-la to take part in this war? I reply British origin. 1 ask this, that Canatli is a free country, we ror the honor of the French name, it freedom, nothing ob- may not be said that the Canadians Hges to take part in Britain's war. ot French origin have less courage Numerous reasons were advanced 1 am anti-militarist today. 1 am anti- militarist like Lloyd-George, like Hen derson. like the Radicals of France, like the Clericals of France who en the noon: Sunda School. Rally Tlay addresses and music. Everybody Welcome BELIEVERS iiges us to tatce part m u. Still there is no doubt that when Great than tho of British origin." tered this war to save the France. I I cal. testimony of men like Major Asselin; he is not a friend of mine: he la s. militarist, but he did not hesitate to don the uniform. lecided that an operation was lost before the operating the cr-nirsl committee at Calgary, illuiiili-eds of articles needful among I the wounded and ill bail been made Tin- antl shipped through this organization for! during the year. Vis To E N. Darker was due the credit the of very much of Ibis activity because could he placed in readiness. N'ursf Bettridge attended and the little fel- low some five months old. survived the ordeal for about four hours, but could not rally. .The father, who was absent in Saskatchewan, was wired for and was expected in on this even- me of his out tary of Tho ladles too have been moat will ing in their unselllsh labors in pro paring ing's train. This is- another incident showing the need for a good hospital where everything is in readiness for eraer- geueies. Red Cross Meeting efforts as the secrc- organization. those who may The annual meeting of Cross society was held the !he so many articles for use ot be injured at the JVont. but there is still opportunity for a groat many ladies in the district to add their efforts to those of the active members here. A hearty vote of. confidence and gratitude to the officers who.have la- bored so faithfully during the past, vear was moved by Mr. Card and sec- iomled by Mr. Ottwell, and carried Red I amid applause. Because e talii is at war we are at war. Be- sil. Wilfrid then rapidly passed over our country is subject to ths the happenings during the first t our c attack of the enemy, an evidently Kiieu i raonths of the touching on the a country of all citize tue ot the C IB eneniv an moiiLiia ui me is attacked, it is the duty disappointment of the Germans at not 'reaching Paris as they expected. Continuing, he said: "The Bodies after two years have not yet been dnv- -ns to defend it, not in vir- j reaching Paris as they Constitution, but in virtue Continuing, he said: of that primordial law to fight aggres- Buroman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble on the Lords 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. sion ot one's country. "It we were not obliged, was it to take part in the war? There en from France, but thank God, today vise the news is good. The French troops, are the English troops, and our own Cana- he thought he owed this sacrifice tor the triumph of a cause worthy of t.ie sacrifice. "After the war if there are men who wish to draw us into militarism, 1 shall not be one of them, and 1 shall fisht them in the future as I fought j hall last m'enlllg. All the f.d were re-elected unanimously and an additional :vice-preslilent, Mrs. Holmes, added list. The ollicial roster follows: Presi- dent. H. Mcintosh; first vice-president 5Irs. H. B. Stacpoole; second vice1 .president, Mrs. Jno. Holmes; secre- tary, B. N. Barker; treasurer, Miss Maggie Thompson; executive coin- advanced: First, there j iiians, are fighti.is'like lions and fore- j tolTaras the best side of civilization, r.es avance: s, ,ans, who wish without question ins .the Germans hack, .forcing tnem .ictor wo ws w that Canada should take part in all back towards tjie frontier CHRISTIAN Christian Church eel V, U Ryan, Supt. of Missions, will speak at both morning and evening services. Sermon themes: a.m. "The Abiding Word p.m. "The Law and the Pro- phets 10 30 Sunday School. IT. iO Preaching. Communion Service following 11.30 service. The morning sen-ice will be in recog- nition of "Bible Society Day." The morning service will be in recognition, of "Bible Society Day." Strangers will be cordially welcom- ed. SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, Sth St 11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting: 3 pin. Praise Meeting and 7.30 Sa.. vation Meeting. Week Nights Monday, S p.m., tun. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, S p.m., free antl easy meeting. CHRIST ADELPHIANS Me-t In tho MOM: Hall. Higinbotham Block, Entrance Sth St. and 2nd Avenue South at S p.m. Bible Class. At 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., ot Britain's wars: second, there are the Nationalists, also blind, who say off. vithout discussion or argument that.' Canada must not take part. The third 'ended is that Canada is a free coun- .lfter tlie victory. There is no doubt trv and it is for the parliament, repre-j the ,vlji Dring about great centine the people, to determine whe- transformation- that, a new page will ther or not we shall take part in Bug-1 In our what will that passe be? Shall we go ahead, or shall we lose the fruit of four or five cen- turies of libertiy: .1 don't know, but land's wars. Why We Take Part in the War "I did -not hesitate to say that e ors to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. World for Christ." All SdaU Free. No Collection anaa theory the one that I have always de- it is still far After the Victory, What? "Gentlemen, we must now ask our- uiwuiiu reforms, etc.; we wish to re-establish the dignity of la- bor and true freedom." selves what will happen after the war. he ization, and it was also pointed out m Everybody get busy for the Red FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Cu., PHONE -1087 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK should take part in this war. If there direction We take there is are people who say we should not bolmli to bc a tremendous reaction. In fight for England, I say that we live at present they are preparing under British institutions. ovement to impose on the British ner rs a move "We are a free country and we must peopje tilc lnost extreme militarist pol- men, remember ta s no mot. today, n ace land' that Germany throws her forces, Civiii7.ati0n, to come to the aid it Is on France and Belgium. If Eng- they have raised an arm her aid, those men and land h of n r ,.ance e rmy of ad refused to give her aid, those more-tjian five million men, and when "-1" lailU tlitu icm-itu i-u who say we should not fight for Eng- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of. Christ Scientist Hull 7th Street S. Sunday Service at a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony meet- READING ROOM OPEN TO ALL. wo i land would be the first to accuse Eng and. In 1870 when llr. Thiers appealed to Engtend and to Russia for help aeainst Prussia, England did not re- spond. England at that time was not generous, but if in this war England made the same error, we would nave DOG WISER THAN FOX Dodges Trail by Hanging From .Trestle While Quarry Is Killed. Several persons witnessed a re- markable display of canine intelli- gence at Princeton, W..Va.. when a foxhound belonging to James Mc- Pherson saved himself from death un- der a train on the railroad bridge at Black Lick. The bridge is 207 feet high mo- the war is over the military power wants to continue the military organ- ization in peace on a war footing. Will Battle Against Militarism "There is another movement to draw Canatla into this. It is not a new movement- it has existed for years, it is more accentuated than ever. 11 always fought against this oplioy and been the first to accuse her. i jt still. t "Gentlemen, for my part, I want "s np fight for England and also for France. have been accused of. being unfailhful i to mv policy when I agreed to the To those who do not want to fight, of Canada in this war, either for England or for France, 1 thj to fjght ln defence say: Will you fight for yourselves? ation and another thing to go This war that lias been i i going on for the past two years is the ,1MO mlllul war of barbarity against clvllzation.: war The dog was pursuing a fox across going on for the past two years is the j was the past stlll ara the bridge when the train came rap- war of barbarity against clvilzation.: ,ouay. was anti-militarist, and itll- upon the chase. Witnesses j This war interests all nations, even thouKht th" slog had been killed, ami] the neutrals; if Germany were to sue-. __----------------------------. the owner walked out on the bridge Ueeu. sooner or later those neutral na- lions would have to defend them- selves against German aggression.; ualllfll Germany wanted to crush France, to i annex Belgium anil take domination i from the North Sea to the.Balkans as i far as Arabia, and then they could dictate to the world. "This is not only my own opinion: j it is avowed, by the German depart-; to see what had become of his pet. To his surprise he found the dog neat the centre of th bridge hanging by his feet between the ties, and un harmed. The fox was killed. There are all kinds of weather but only one kindofc thought themselves a nation of super-; men: I repeat Unit this war is a war j of barbarity against civilization. i German Barbarities i "Germany has resorted to the most j savage form of warfare. 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"Tile Germans will tell tie that this was not authorized, that it was Sim- piv one of the crimes inseparable from warfare. 1 say that these were not simply the acts of undisciplined sol- diers: these crimes were authorized by tin; German aulhorillcs; they were part of thoir military program, they gave rein to'.all the pasaloilSj ill ordor tho kidneys and I Far sale by all druagiiU, ECONOMY is taught by experi- ence. Once you know how satisfactory Ivory Soap is for the bath and toilet, you will use no other. That will mean a saving of 3c to 20c per cake, depending upon how much you have been paying for toilet soap. We say "Yqu will use no other" Ivory is sure to please you. sjt cannot make yoyr skin smart or burn no matter how delicate. It gives a copious lather. It rinses easily. It always leaves your skin re- freshingly clean. Its high grade materials give it the most pleasing natural odor imaginable. IVORY SOAP... 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