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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Bit A I'D SATURDAY, OCTOBER a, 1913 PAGE SIX Perfect Tea THE LETKBRIDGE DAIL1 must be used for a perfectly satisfactory infusion. B 19 Tea is the acme of perfection, being all pure, delicious tea. Black, Mixed or Green. will speak at the morning service and Rev. T. C. IJatemnn in the evening. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 10.30 a. in. Communion 11.30 a.m. No preaching service. BAPTIST FIRST IIAI'TIST CIltmCH-Iiev. D. Koss, pastor. Services at 11 a. in and 7.3U p.m. Noon, the Hible school anil adult class. Morning sub- ject, "The Radiant Cross." Evening 'cHRISTADELPHIANS CHIUSTADEU'HIANS Meet la the .Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block.. The seventh anniversary service Westminster Methodist church are beinc held on Sunday next- Oct. 10. The "church' was opened m the spring of 1SOS. The late Ucv. .1. M. Har- then pastor oi Wcs'.ey church, had the prophet's vision and saw an opportunity for extending the wort oi Methodism and introduces tue missionary spirit, into The building, bis own which the 'or- i-on.-r05alion now worsmps was 01 ner'lv "iised by the Oreek Catholic at- Xo o For some reason they had discontinued their services and the Imildim; was ior was-purchased and moved to the present site on the corner oi St. N- and 5th Ave. X. The opening 'erviccs were preached by Rev. I. L. Buchanan, superintendent oi missions lor: Ylberta. The iirst pastor was Rev LyXe, now of I'incher Creek, who faithfully congrega- tion for iour years, lie, with his tal- ented wiie, has made a mime ior him- will ever lie associated in livin- remembrance In all who had to lib with the church in its-early- ilavs The Sunday schcul was start- ed'the sam? day'the church was op- ened- 56 itSJOiulcJ to tile-call, e-ijlit oi tl-cse were adults. Classes were formed and six out oi the eight were] I dven classes. j During the juist seven years the 1 school has bad wonderful gtoKih. last year the average attendance was the highest attendance for the vear hems 37U. Alter the Iirst Sunday tire scholars poure-J in from aIl'di're--tUins, and soon the main building was crowded. It finally be- came nccessarv to build an addition to the church. This was done the fol- lowing year, anil in this way the seating "capacity was doubled. This space was not "long adequate and a larse class room was built in the basement. This is now occupied by Young People's Bible class, while the adult Bible class and Chinese class meets in the parsonage. Following Mr. Lvtle, Rev. Joseph Woods-worth carried on the work for one year. His appointment as prin- cipal" of the Indian Industrial school at Keel L'eer left- the congregation ANGLICAN ST AUGUSThN'S CHUHC11, Corner Second avenue and Eighth street; liev. Canon Murrel-Wrighl, Communion, everv- Sunday, at S a.m., and on first Sunday ot the month at 11 a.m. Matins, at 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7 m Sunday school at 10 a.m. ST MARY'S CHURCH-Corncr ol 5th Ave. and 13th St. C. N. Holy communion every Sunday morning at S a. m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st a m and oil' all Hish Festivals, j Matins on the 2nd and 1th Sunday nt I 11 i lii Sund-iv school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at entrance pia CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner Bible class. Sundays at" 3 p. _nv., to Eleventh "iree; and Elehth avenue; commemorate the Lords and Rev Ca oil V VMcMilTen. Rector.- at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad v. .uiuii il-n-vpst tidings oi the Kingdom of Gud. faub- Snnduy, October. 10. Spec I., uu ot War; serviees; Ho Commun- ion and th f ers Of Destine Divinely forecasted." Al, seats free. '-No collection, Sunday school and LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S .-FIRST LUTHERAN and PRESj-YTEnlAN Wenth street Souti.-Kev. C. Grant, A. H. Denoon, pastor, stcr_sundav school at ,3 mause. 1210 fourth avenue South; j lb of tha Ifll anTS s- joice' Bruce bteane solo. Keep Mass at am Those We Love m -Saiet; school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- Mr. Keinms. A Irogram sun ,.30. at each service, of Russian music will be given ior, twenty minutes, Deeding the even-, CHROTAN Ml --Prelude in min- nv'meetSf at S Sig and Keadin, room open to everyone felly Bovs' department of the Sunday from 2-0 D-r.i seboc-i at other departments at 3. Thlrteellth Chinese class at 4. North LethbridSe.-Believers fc L-i-iUKyn rt" T for the o the Pastor. J umoi Sundas ,STTTTRST-lt TttLeiUpres- jutnew s rre. ASTHMA PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Sundav _ One of the outstanding features 01 A NEW Home Cure That Anyone Can I oSledjck" ,oi Services are held at the morning, Shall Dwei'i in the Land free "trial of church will preacli Ko matter" in wnat eli- also- addressing the Grand Prize, PanamR-Pacific Eiposition Grand Prize, Exposition San Francisco, W5 ban Diego, ISIS For Flavor and Quality BAKER'S COCOA is just right It 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. 11 is pure and wholesome, conforming to the Canadian Pure I'ood Laws. All of our goods sold in Canada are made in Car.ada. Booklet of Choice Recipes sent free on request. Walter Baker Co. Limited DORCHESTER, MASS. Rr.ClaTCI-.LD TRADED MONTREAL, CAN. Established 17SO Scene from "The Dawn of a starring the inimitable Mary Picktoru. al Starlaad vopium preparauons, etc., smoie- have failet We want jot Hardieville, is the. soloist for the We to shoi' everyone at our own espense, Claude Hughes, choirmaster. that tliis new method is designed toj uh' -Monday evening tue annual ThnnksrivinE supper and concert, end all difficult breathing, all.ivheei- Thanksgiving-dinner" will he served from 6 "to ins, and all those iterrible paroxysms Thanksgiving supper and Monday evening. ing. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY of __----. JHJHUK.J- _ p.m. to. he mllowcd by a Street N., Seventh -avenue and tw-elith at" once and for all time. choice program-and address iom _ __nn __ D_m.. This free offer is too important 'ojjlr. on "China, .past and neglect a single day. Write now and, present." The board of the church then begin the method at once. Send I specially invit? all' the old timers of "Tno money. Simply mail coupon be-1-'- L- Do it Today. 4, new. timers, in making this 7th niversary a splendid success. rnncis pastor strices 10.30 a.m., Sunday -school; 2 p.m. i; "t n m 'a5a 730 p m. Ssr- 1 sacrament meeting. Visitors always "mmemo'ration 'of seventh welcome. Bishop Qeo. W.. Green, 1016 Two Women Are Sentenced to Hang Wetaskiwin, '.-Vita.; Oct. 7. Mrs. Jennie lias ten on trial here since. Tuesday morning, was this evening :found guilty on the oi murdering Mrs. Rosella FREE ASTHMA COUPON FRONTIER -ASTHMA CO., Room fiSIM, Niagara and Hudson Sts., Buffalo, Send free trial of your method to: The board oi the church Commemoration 'of seventh welcome. Bishop Qeo. W.. Green, 1016 I ho r Mrs. specially invitj all' the old timers of ev G H Cobbledici Second avenue. South. 'Phone. 1493. and was scntcncsd-to le hang- the church to be.present, both Sun- anniversary. Kev. Qn .29th dav and Mondav, and help, w-ith the jnrm on pv nevt _ AMI ,i iTim i I and whitme lorm an ex-, ,_ _ ,_. JTO HONOR FALLEN SOLDIERS Paris, Oct. creation .of a "certificate of story" to perpetuate In families the memory of members who died, for their country in the war now in progress, suggested by Deputy Carre-Bonva'iet, is being considered hy the Cabinet- rnrm nn Kerosene and whitipg lorm an ITKQI TBOST PAGE) WANT OIL LEASES EXTENDED Calgary, 'Alta., the oil lease holders are bent upon keeping their lease rishts without additional payment to the -Dominion government was indicated at a gathering of them in the Calgary Oil Exchange on Thursday evening. Between iiiO and 200 attended the meeting, and a resol- ution calling upon the government to grant extensions was discussed and approved. School Gardening Prof. Hooper, of Claresnolm' agri- cultural school, delivered a valuable address on school gardening yester- e canmet- day, in which considerable detail was It is proposed to have the certifi- brought out as to the methods to be rate a parchment; on which the name followed. Mr. Hooper said that '..........l consist oi ith a I neat fence, the..- planting of wind i breaks on the north and west sides of the grounds, the planting oi ornamental trees, shrubs and hedges, im; mam-iug ui u-JQS, anQ _, L wacli hniu. making 01 plots lor me moiviuuai ind rfass demonstxation worK in in passing sentence, his honor, i triaPand he belicvec! the, jury were. Any attempt to turn the knob or thcir decision. insert a ley rings a burglar alarm m j ,important witness heard a lock that a New York man has in- wa-_ tlie who was in vented. FREE ADVICE TO ufnifCM of the nation's gratitude !enclosing tie scTioo grounds with a I VILS WUlliCPl tho Hennh. neat, fence, the..- Planting m wind] VIWil .IwWIlIfcll signed 'ty the President of the Hepnb- er. LARK'S SDUPS ____ ____ _ work vegetables, flowers, grains, grasses, small fruits, lawn mixtures and trees and shrubs. This garden work, said Mr. Hoop- er, should be planned to de.elop s. consistent and progressive series oi experiments from year to year and not allowed to become an aimless repetition. The pupils, should be giv- en more difficult work as they ad- He" advised the teachers to file E.M records of work done; ThousandsHaveBeenHelped By Common Suggestions. Women suffering from any form of female ills are invited to communicate promptly with the woman's privatg correspondence de- I partmentpf the.ty- diaE.Pmkhimlled- mu the stand nearly day. She refer- h the kitchen of the lattfr's hqine, she having secretly watched ,o lem. A Sordid Tale Oil Christmas night, last, her hus- band had brought the deceased wo- man ami family to the home, and next morning witness heard Mrs. tlni, loft S5.3 Stoley tell her husband as they were in the room together that she hoped he would always love her. At the Christmas tree next day Hawkes bad h'is arm around Mrs. Stoley s ntcs and he said he hoped he would never be as tired of her as he was of his: wife. A little latsr- the Stoley fain-1 ily cams to live in half the Hawkes house and as soon as, they arrivctl Hawkes took the stove and other things into their part and informed i more water lessflour ,tq sir T me the MINE1SS SUPPORT LETHBRIDGE MAN Taber, Oct. the 'meet- i" of the Miners' Union on Sunday Phillips, Fernie, for Cliitrles Klein, another in Great lleries, which c chief nia vice-president, R. Pea'tock, Lethbridge; secretary-treasurer, A. J. Cirter Fernie; district board member. No. 4. A. Bateman, Taber. The elec-tlon will bo held at an early date. diaE.PmkhimMed- things into their par an in icine Co 'Lynn; witness he was going to eat- and Your tetter sleep in their section tto house. will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in confidence. A woman can freely iic t> i stnctconnoence. The plots, he said, should, if pos- of her private illness to a -woman iible, .be on the school grounds. They estabiished a confidential: TOMATO-VEGETABLE HICKEN-MOCK TURTtt OX TAIL-SCOTCH BROTH PEA MULLIGATAWNY mute, uc uu has been established a confidential he Ustimonial or used a letter without the ecossarv-uatD5. .'written consentof tha writer.wd never Mr. Hooper went into details with has the Company allowed these eonn- to the preparation of the seed .dential letters to get out of their poa- bed anil nursery, and showed what session, M the hundreds of thousands __. j ,_.-__ ._., --f them in their files will attest, Ont of tie vast volnme'of experience W-CLflRK. Limited. flowers and trees and shrubs were cf them in their files will attest the best to plant. _ i -He. emphaszed the necessity _ -He. emphasized the necessity of have to draw from, itismoro the T-upIs and-parents would co-op- erate to tep up. the plots during the summer Vacation months. Mr. Hoop- is aatea in er also suggested various experiments will, and their advice has helped thou- which might be carried on. by the r sands. Surely any classes. I ihould be glad to take advantage of thin jrenerono offer of assistanc-e.' Addresi Lydia E. Pinkbam Medicine Co., (con- fidential) Lynn, Massi Every woman onjrlit to liavo lydia E. Pinkham's 80-pasro Text, Book., It is not a book general -distribution, as it is too It if free only by It GENEREL SIR Winnipeg. .Man., SAM Oct. COMING General Sir Sam Hughes la coming west tor his last inspection of 'Sewtll camp be-1 forn it closes for the winter. The date of his arrival has not yefbeen but it will likely he some time next! week. He wtil probably go on to Cal-i jsary. _ RED ROSE TEA Next her husband, handed Mrs. Stoley s'ome privat: letters to a: which she did. Planned to Get Rid of Her Witness heard them planning to gel rid oi. her. by putting her in an in- sane asylum after wiiich they, in- tended disposing of Mr. Stoley. She saw her husband and Mrs. Staley acting improperly one morning .and when she accusel her husband of it he said il she spoke to anyone about it he would kill her as sure as fate. 3n another occasion Hawkes said he was going to sleen at the -Stoley's that, night and told her she would not see the. light of the day if she inter- fered. On March 2ml she was ordered from the house anil weiit to live with her son-in-law, where she stayed un til March 13th, the- day of the trag edy. Another Woman to Clinton, B. an hour's deliberation a jury at the as here tonight found Mrs. Bliza- tcth Coward guilty of the charge of murdering her husband, Jamfs How- ard, on the family's pre-emption, near Fort Ktaincs, on Sept. (i, last. She was sentenced to he hanged at KnmloopK on Dec. the same day on which Albert Lester Klingcr will face the gallows for the murder of his partner, Burton Smith at a camp near Fort George. When Mr. Justice Murphy pronounced the sentence Mrs. Coward swooned .and was canicd- from the court room. She is short, of midilie dark complexion, of and'foreign cxtracmpji ;