Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBltllMSb H E R A T, life Unbearable from Indigestion Health Re.lored by MEU.E. C.GAUDREAU Kochon P.Q., Jan. 14th, 1915. "I suffered for many years with tcnitls Cosslifatioit. I became thin and miserable. I hai frequent dizzy spells and became so run down thai I never thought I vrould pet well apiin, A neighbor advised me to try Trait- n-tives'." I Sid. so and to the surprise ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTUS'S CIlUItCH, Corner Second avenue and Eighth street; Hev. Canon Murrol-Wrlght, Communion, every Sunday, at S a.m., and on first Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. Matins, at 11 a.m.: Evensong. p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. ST MARY'S ol 5th Ave. and 13th St. C. N. Holy communion every Sunday morning at K a. m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 a. m.. and on all High Festivals. .Matins on the 2nd and 1th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult liibie class at 3 p. m. Evensong at 7.30. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHl'RCH, corner Eleventh street and Eighth avenue: Kov. Canon V. McMiilen. Sunday. October 17: Children's Day. I Holy Communion. S.30 a.m.; Matins. I 11 a.m.: Evensong. 7.30 p.m. Rev. Canon McMiilen will preach at both services. Rai'iy day in the Sunday school and olasscs at 3 p.m. Cor- porate communion of Sunday school teachers at S.30 a.m. PRESBYTERIAN K.N'OX. comer Fourth avenue and Eighth street: pastor: manse. South; 'phone. roiv at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morn- subirct, "The Gou of Our Fath- ST. ROMAN CATHOLIC Fourth Cranbrook, B.C., Oct. suit against the King Lumber Co. for dam- ages was conc'iuaoil this morning at 1.30, when the Jury returned u ver- dict for the defendant company. Lum- bermen from all over the district were called as witnesses in this case. Tho caso against Dr. Sheldon of Michel, who conducts a private hos- pital at that point, was also settled this afternoon. The wife of a miner was taken to the hospital for tieat- ment, and was missing the next morn- ing. Her body was later found in tho creek. Negligence was claimed by the husband when proceedings were instituted. The jury returned a ver- rlet against the doctor, the court awarding ?1000 damages. George Watson, chief fire warden, of Fort Steele, is dangerously ill at ruunu .i.ci.uc Oi. of Fort Steele, is dangerous Rev. A. H. Denoon. avenue and lenth street. Rev Fa j here wlth tvphoid. 1M Fourth avenue jer Kosenthal pastor Rev. Fr. Mm- poisoni 'phone. tomor n-tves. __ of mv doctor I beean to improve and anthem, "Te Denm" (Wood Evening subject, Great I continued this medicine and all my Indigestion and Constipation was relieved. I consider that I owe my life to 'Fruit-a-tives' and I want to say to those who suffer from Indigestion, Constipation or Headaches, try 'Fruit- s-tires'. Gist this loi-elyfrail mfdicins a fair cfancr and you mil get well the Detective'1: antnem, "0 Saviour of the World" Twenty-minute song service preceding the service. Big Sisters' class wegin, assistant. Children's Mass at S a.m. and High Mass at'10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service.- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE to Cranbrook on Mo FIRST CHIjRCH OF CHRIST SCI- HtUe signs ENT1STS. Hull Blook.-Service on "Tuesday her tempi ENT1------ evening j morrow at 11 a.m. Wednesday intr. Testimony nieetins. at 8 p.m. Blood Poisoning Little Miss Pownall of Fish Lakes, the nine-year-old daughter of .Mr. G. P. Pownall, is in St. Eugene hospital, sufferinr with blood poisoning. She of oisoning. On'ruesday her temper- poisotling service, oig tisitii! jt i inji, lecnuiuu.- uictin.0, i Big Brothers' and Boys' department j Reading room open to everyone dally 50c. a box, 6 for ?2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, KING SENTENCED TO HANG Owen Sound, Ont, Oct, bert Thackeray King, charged with the murder of 12-year-old Eddie Nicholson last sprintr, was today found guilty d- ulM and sentenced by Justice Clute to he McLeod, pastor. of St. Andrew's church will occupy the pulpit. ST. ANDREWS CHURCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- vice at 11 a.m.: subject, "Precious Seed and Bountiful Harvest." Even- ing subject, "An Old-Time Honor Roll." Junior Sunday school at 2; senior Sunday school at 3.15. Matthew's Pres- hanged December 22. IB I w LONG SICKNESS Yields To Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable Compound. "I suffered forfon> teen years from organic, inflammation, ale weakness, of'the Sunday school at 2; other de-i from 2-o p.m. partments at 3; Chinese c'lass at 4. BELIEVERS Everybody welcome. Burgmann's Ha'tl, 41S TRINITY CHURCH, Hardieville j street. North Lethbridge.- Service will be held tomorrow after-i assemble on the Lord s Da noon at S 30. The Rev. A. C. Bryan breaking ot bread at 11 n, _ TUirteentn fhe spread with alarming rapidity. At this writing' she is in a precarious con- dtion. Patriotic Fund Officers The annual meeting of the Gran- brook branch of the Canadian Patri- m Minnav otic society was held this evening in ora'achm- at 'lne lla11' Cranbrook is spending 'Wednesday, j 52C-9.00 per month in relief work. The I election of officers resulted as fol- lows: Chairman, George F. Steven- son; hon. treasurer, H. W. Supple; 4ve North Baptist church, Sunday bon. secretarj, T. M. o school at .p.m. 7.30 p.m. 7.45 p.m. Bible reading D.m., Gospel meeting. S p.m., special waiting upon God for s pm, special waiting "you byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 H b oi the Holy Ghost a. m.; evening serviee at 7.30. A. M. METHODIST Eleventh street hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows Sunday, 11 _____ _........ _________ Lachine, Quo., electors voted to re- and Fourth avenue; Rev. O. H. Cob- j a.m., Holiness 3 p. main bledick pastor- parsonage, 520 El- j praise meeting, and 1.30, Sahationj Finance Commissioner Pool, of Ke- i meeting. Week nights Monday, 8 p. the celebrated historian, is to write At Wright's Jewellery Store Evening subject, "Is There a Music: Anthem, "I shall lay me down in unaccompanied ladies chorus, "Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me" Lord's Prayer Sevenfold Amen Hughes, choirmaster. Rev. J. B. Fran- .cis, tomorrow at 11 pain and irregnlari- a.m. and 7.30. Rev. J, P. Westman ties. The pains in I Of Calgary, 'ield secretary tor A5- my sides were in- i berta and British Columbia of the LATTER DAY SAINTS a biography oi the late Archbishop CHURCH OF JE3US CHRIST OF Laugevin. LATTER DAY of j jjt c. F. Just, investigator Seventh avenue and tweiith trade in. Russia 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 P.ni., ports a iine prospect for va sacrament meeting. Visitors always D welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016' Second avenue, South. 'Phone, 1493. CANADIAN CASUALTIES Ottawa, Ont., OcL dead. UM1LC3A Robert Hutch, manager of Huron County House of Refuge for a num- ber of years, died at Clinton in his sixty-fifth year. the body of Robert Milne, oi Port, my sides were in- I berta and BHtlsn uolumDia oi uw uuawa, uuu, ut_ in o[ the creased by walking Sunday school and Epworth league, j 16 wounded, and two seriously m are Chehovgan, Amhcrst Isl- or standing on my will preaeh at hoth services. Morn- the losses named m a casua.ts list is- found one and Privates I mile from scene of .the wreck. feelings, wsa de- in spirits and became thin and pale with eyea. I had six doc- tors from whom I received only tempo- rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E. Prnkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial and also the Sanative Wash. Ihava now used the remedies for four months count: Somewhere." A special raBy day ser- Alfred L. Holland, alter S tnue irom me. .tut, Doloris, the 11 months' old daugh-j vice wili be held in the afternoon in the Sunday school. CHRISTIAN _. reU- to oi was fatally ALBERTA 'MEN KILLED school at 11.30 a.m. 10-30 No pn BAPTIST H. R. Casein of Wind- pW ing night day. I H- K- ui -dErs FIRST BAPTIST Uor, OnL, a brother of the Hon. T-j bodv c; 'the biind boy, Vernon D. Ross, pastor. Services at 11 a. chase Casgrain, the postmaster-gen-1 Morrison, 'who had been missed from cannot express my thanks what m. and 7.30 p.m. Npon, the Biblo eral, is recorded in the list as sen-1 Bra11'tfnrd School for the Blind thev have done for me. school and adult class. Morning sub- ou3iy m jn hospital in these lines will b- of tnybsneflt ject, "Courageous Faith." Erenins i Col. Casgrain is in command i yon have my permission to publish I subject, "The Anpeal of the Hour." j ot One of the Canadian stationary Sails WILLIAJIS, 453 j CHRISTADELPHIANS hospitals on duty in thei James Street, Eikhart, Indiana, CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet to Another officer namea in tue Lydim E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- j the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. itiord School for the Blind last, was found in the mill race when it was. drained. Capt. Leo. F. Guttman, a profes- sor in" Queen's School of Mining and pound madefromnativerootsandherbs, [Entrance 5th street south and 2nd contain! no narcotic or harmful drags, avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. and to-day holds the record of being the Bible, class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to JUiU w -Jmt.j o tha I flfU'a VflA most mceettftal remedy for female U13 If you have the slightest donM _ V5 bleCompouniI'vriUhelpyoti.writB ST. PAULS FIRST LUTHERAN to LydiaE.Pintliain Medicine Co. Sixth avenue and Fifteenth street C. Grant, Tice. Yonr letter "will be opened, school at 3 p.m. read and answered by a woman. Sen-ices on the fonrth Sunday of the and held in strict confidence. m0nth at 7.30 p.m. 1915 OCTOBER 1915 10 I 11 i 12 24 I 25 I 2fi 27 o-a YOU make th? date, WE'LL deliver the printing. The Lellibridge Herald Printing Co. Ltd. ACQUIRED "FEMININE A nicely dressed woman sat ibeside me in the train. Everyone stared at her. It was not her beauty of fea- ture that held onr eyes, nor her cost- tume. But there was something about her face and risk- ed it and asked: "Would! you mind telling me how you keep your com- plexion so dazzlingly pure? Don t think me itapertinent, 'out you seem over 30, yet haven't a line in your face, and your cheeks-are quite peach like. How do you do Laughing, she said: "That's easy; I remove my skin. Sounds shocking, doesn't it? But listen. Instead of cos- metics I use only pure niercolized wax, procurable at any druggist'3. I apply this nightly, like cold cream, washing it off-mornings. This gently absorbs the soiled, weather-Seaten film-skin, without pain or discomfort, thus revealing the 'fresh, clear, under- skin. Every woman Jias a beautiful complexion underneath, you know. Then, to ward off -wrinkles I use a face bath made by dissolving powder- j and sent almost to the. r-d saxolite (one ounce) in one-half j front and he twice mentioned pint witch harmless astrin- (n dispatches. thought BO. I'm now 'trying_.her plan and like it immensely. years of ago. .Cor- poral Angus, who was recently award- ed the V.C., i3 an old school mate of the deceased. Was there ever before such a dark secret as that 7tii point? Maybe you'll find it in. tlie gum, viih flavor 2_Velvety GRIT purity a daylight factory by PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS MADE IN CANADA HARVEY TO BE DEPUTY MINISTER Edmonton, Alia., Oct. prov- incial department of railways and tel- ephones is to be re-organized. 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