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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, J91S. THE LETHBUIBGE DAILY HERALD PAGE PIVl Blue Ribbon Coffee ari Baking Powder Ask for Blue Ribbon products and see that your de-Tier gives them. AM Blue Ribbon goods are guaranteed to satisfy. If otherwise you, may return them. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder arc the best on the market or they couldn't be sold with so strong a guarantee. FLIGHT LIEUT. ERROL BOYD Whose machine was shot iiiiu who is now interned, in Hoilan is a Canadian and recently live in Toronto. KUSS. VILLAGE OF BOZAN NOW INHABITED ONLY BY CHILDBED One of the'minor fortified points 'Captured by Von Hiudenlierg before forcing the evacuation of Warsaw. Tnemlous fighting on the Narew front took place here. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN Toronto, Out., Oct. Thb first open session of the National Council of Women held noon, when the advisory- ton. An address of welcome to the visiting delegates, was given by .Airs Huestis, 'local president. A message coined 'by the oresident, Mrs Torring- 1915 OCTOBER 1915 SUN. MOM. TUBS. %ED. THUH 17 JL 18 24 25 12 13 14 10 20 I 21 26. 27 28 15.'l-.lfi 22 23 31 30 YOU make the date, WE'LL deliver the printing. The Lethbridge Herald Prinfing Co. Ltd. Macleod. ASta., Oct. Macleod resident has been wounded, the latest victim being Louis Ring- land, a well-known young man who has lived in Macleod all his life. .The nature tho wounds are not known, but in a letter received in Macleod this week, Ringland states they are. not serious, and that he hopes to be back in the trenches in the near future. C. M. Simpson, a former Macleod resident, has received a commission since bis arrival in. the Old Country. Mr. Simpson, who is1 !a son of Lady Simpson, was formerly associated with the firm of McDonald, Martin Mackenzie, barristers of this tow but on the outbreak of war he enlis ed as a private in the 31st Battal Bankers Enlist still continues, to send he men to fight for King and Err lire, the latest additions being H X Bennett and D. E. SuKivan, two men btrs of tho staff of the Canadian Ban ot' Commerce, who have joined th 39th Batten- at "Lethbridge. Mr. "Ben nett has been teller at the bank heY for the past two years, and Mr. Su llvan has been on the staff for th past ten months. Both these yo.un men have made many friends in Mac Icod during their residence here, wh will wish them a safe return from thei military duties. They leave for Leth bridge on Monday of next week.. Sir. Barlow of the Pincher Creek branch will succeed Mr. Sullivan, bu no appointment has yet been made fo a successor to Mr. Bennett. Fined Henry Field, a farm fcwo horse blankets from "a stable without and was fined and Supt. Starnes SEAL BRAND COFFEE Canada's Best Iu }4, 1 and 2 pound cans. also FineGround for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, GIVE AN EN- E FJIOIE FROST Australian cadets at the Majestic theatre tonight. Mayor Hanlie, in welcoming the ANGLICAN ST. AUCUSTIN'S CHURCH, Corner Second avenue and Eighth street; Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, Communion, every Sunday, at 8 a.m., and on first Sunday bi' tho month at 11 a.m. 'Matins, nL 11 a.m.; Kvensong, 7.HO p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. ST. MAKY'S ol 5th Ave. and 12th St. Or N. Holy communion every Sunday morning a't 8 a. m. Choral Eucharist 011 the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 a. in., and on all High Festivals. Matins on tha 2nd and 4th Sumluy at 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at 7.30. ST. OY'PIUAN'S CHUKCM, comer Seventh street and Eighth avenue; Canon W. V. McMillen, Sunday, October 1M: Matins and Holy Communion, -with sermon, at 11 a.m.; Svcnaong, with sermon, at 7.30 p.m.; "anon McMillen will preach at both _ >rvlces. Sunday school, Junior Giris', Tunior Boys' (ages IMS) and Adult 3Iblc classes at 3 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX CHURCH-Corner 8th St. and 4th Ave. Rev. A. H. Denoon, pas- ,or, manse 1210 4th A.vo. S., phone 102. Services tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. Denoon will de- liver a special sermon to the Aus- tralian Cadets, subject, "Strength." Anthem, "Prepare ye the way of the In the evening Rev.; H. G. Marr will occupy the pulpit! and will speak on the B'iblc. Anthem, "Tarry with me, 0 my organ prc-! lude before evening service by 11. Young. Music, "Gondolicra" j and "Buona Notte" from "A Day in "March Religeiise" Big Sisters' class at 12.30, Big Bro- shcrs1 and Boys' Departments of Sun- day school at 2. Other departments Chinese class at 4. TRINITY CHTJRCH, Service will be held tomorrow after- noon at 3.30. The Rev. C. H. Hues- tis will occupy ti.e pulpit. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- vice at 11 a.m.; sermon by Rev. C. H. Huestis. Evening subject, "The misjudged Christ and the unpardon- able sin. Junior Sunday school at 2; senior Sunday school at 3.15. Talking- Business To Business Men You, every year, write off a percentage of your plant value for depreciation. Most likely you are building up a fund to take care of replacement. The most important part of your plant Is your own mental and physical energy. Some day depreci- ation will set in, and you win not then be able to replace the worn and devitalized energies. f At G5 you will probably still have to earn your out of every 100 men do. With your earn- ing power impaired the task will be heavy :md the return possibly meagre. Why not cover this depreciation by a Canada Life Monthly Pcmion Policy, that will return you a monthly income Xpr life, commencing at age 65? It is insurance because on your death prior to age payments to your estate commence and continue for 120 months If you do not live to receive 120 payments, the balance due will be paid vour estate. AV1LSOX SKEITI1 AGENTS, LETHBRIDGE Let us ocnu you our booklet fully cleicribing tLis roOBt complete insurance protection. I ASSURANCE COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1847 .65 Every Apple has its season, eat it taste the reason mys, then in his happy style, extend- ed tlii'm the freedom of the city. He poke of them as with Cana- ians ,of the, greatest empire in the 7 METHODIST Eleventh street and spoke of the part Aus- avenue; llev. G. ralians and'Canadians were playing -Pastor; parsonage, 320 El- n-the war. Lieut. Simon, command- eventu street South' 'rillolle ig the cadets, in reply heartily u a-m-> Tlffi of Rev. hankad the citizens for their enthu- H- D- B-.A-. secretary X3ana iastic welcome. They had.come to dlan Blble Society. Anthem, "I wil Canada .to extend greetings to their ".'f up mine 3 pju. Uible school and adult classes. 7.30 greetings to thei Canadian brothers. He commented he beautiful ...encountered hey had encountered sunshine, which Claude Hughes, choirmas- second monthly musical ser- however, no, warmer than earts of Canadians. vice, Oct.. 31. iarts of Canadians. The cadets, escorted by the local I oys under Lieut. P. Filmer, then C1B> tomorrow at 11 ev. J. B. Fran- larched through the streets to heatre: the Visit of A us f ralians The three day's visit of the Aus- alian Cadets is arousing a great terest among societies and indivi-, lals who are interested in maintain- school at 10.30 g the integrity" of the Empire and a.m. and 7.30. Rev. J. P. Westraan of Calgary, field secretary for A'i- berta .arid British Columbia the Sunday school and .Ejjworth league, will preach at both services. Morn- ing sermon, "Power :that runs ma- chinery." Evening subject, Marching orders." Sunday school at 3. CHRISTIAN. CHRISTIANA CHURCH.- Sunday m. Communion 11.30 a.m. -No preaching service. BABTIST Buy British Columbia Apples Tbese Champions of Hie World are ueing shipped direct from the or- chards in the sunny valleys of British Columbia to your dealer. To secure your share of theso tree ripened apples place your order without delay, be- cause apples this year will not te as plentiful as they were last autumn. Buy Them By The Box Mail a post card TODAY, .to W. E. McTaggart, B, C. Fruit Markets Commissioner, 328A, Eighth Avenue West, Calgary, a free copy of the handsomely illustrated B. C. DOESN'T LIKE IT Ottawa, Ont, Oct proposal from Toronto that the Militia depart- ment develop B system of aviation corps to be financed by the Canadian j government is not likely to be favor- j ably considered by the Militia dep'art- inent here, Banish Pimples! Pimples, and other skin erup- tions are an almbst infallible indication that the blood is impure. Abbey's Effervescent Salt is the' simplest and moat positive Blood Puri-' ficr that can be used. When we Have perfect digestion we must have pure normal blood, which supplies healthful nutrition to all the organs and tissues of the body; and as a result we rriust have healthy functions and the absence. of disease in any form. Abbey's Effer- vescent Salt produces this condition by ensuring healthy digestion and the elimination of all morbid matter from the system. Sold everywhere Me, Sold by J. D. Hlglntothmn A Co, L.mited holding its honor. The young Australians, thirty-five FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH-Rev. number, landed in San Francisco' D- Ross, pastor. Services at 11 a., -t. some five months ago and have re- m. and 7.30 p.m. Noon, the Bible ,8. sPcc'al. ceived splendid receptions in all the school and adult class. Morning scr- ol "ol> cities on the Pacific coast oi Ameri- by pastor. Evening sermon by tn a11- ca. During their stay in the southern C: B.- Huestis, M.A., of metropolis, they were for 'four days Lord's Day Alliance, the guests of the Exposition authori- wegin, assistant. Children's Mass a 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 FIRST CHURCH- OF CHRIST SCI ENTISTS, Hull to morrow at. 11 a.m. Wednesday even ing, Testimony meeting, at S p.m Reading room open to everyone" daily [rom 3-5 BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for tho breaking of bread at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 3 p.m. Gospel preaching at p.m. Bible reading: Wednesday, .45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Ave. North Baptist churcli, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, remembering lie Lord's death. Sunday evening 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at p.m., special waiting upon God ior Ghost. A by the CHRiSTADELRHIANS Never ask a fireman while on burning question is answered in tide SALVATION ARMY Services are heid at the Citadel, Fifth sli'eefc, as follows Sunday, 11 San Francisco and were pie- CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in a.m., Holiness mesting 3 p sentedwith a bronte coi placque, of which the Government has been uut Australian recipient. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p; m., to Wednesday S p.. m., Soldiers' meet1 There are a-'number of trained i "mmeroorate -the Lord's death, and ing; Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation speakers among the tourists who have P-. m-' proclaim the glad meeting, Citadel band in attendance been carrying on a vigorous campaign tidings of-the Kingdom of God. Sub- j Saturday, 8 p. m. iree and easy meet- jQunteracting tho JEct' Him, was- Life, -and American, cities influence of the large pro-German ment. In Los' Angeles .alone, under the direction of the. British-American League, the speakers invaded all the polytechnic and high schools lectur- ,ng on the unity of-the Empire and She justice of the Al lies! cause; free.' the Life No collection: LUTHSRAN f ..Men." All scats ST. PAUL'S FIRST, LUTHEKAN CHDRCH4-rCorner Sixth avenue and Fifteenth street C. Grant, .school at 3 p.m. The Australian Cadets will be the Services on the .fourth'-Sunday of the guests of Lethbridge ior three days, inlon'u at 7-30 p.m. commencing today, during which ROMAN CATHOLIC ,ime every moment will be taken u] n social, educational or unctions. Lieut. J. J. Simons-is the officer in command. COMMERCE NOTES Oiir school- is -making substantial trogress under the efficient manage- ment" of Miss 'K. Work continues brisk at the. Chin colliery, the eicellent nut coal reduced at Ihis mine being In great emand the threshing outfits op. rating in the vicinity, as well as for oinestic' purposes.-- Wheat in 'large quantities is pour- ng" into the elevator recently, install- d here Hie Elliaon Milling Co. One of. our foremost and up-to-date Mr. A. E. -Muirhead, lias islalled-a. watering'trough in front f' store, a favor which isjgreatly ppfscinted by the farmers. The Commerce Debating and Liter ry club held tjie second debate of the eason in the school house last Wed- esday The. subJect .was i "He- olyed, that the suffrage should be xtended to Many arguments ere advanced on each Bide, some of umorous nature, which the large rowd present enjoyed immensely, lie affirmative won by a small mar- li. Judging by the manner In which e. various .speakers handled the ect, there debating talent in our midst The subject chosen for the next debate is "Con scrlvdoh." j ST. Fourth LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY ot Seventh aveniie-and tualfth stieet 10-30 a.m., Sunday school; p.m., sacrament. meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 101G Second avenue, South. 'Phone, 14So lucent official figures show that OBJECTS TO WORD ON CHURCH TABLET .London, Oct. wall of a church is not an appropriate place to perpetuate hatred, the reason giv- en bj Sir Philin chan celloi oi tne diocese of Chester, when refusing to permit a memorial tablet to a ictim of she Lusitanm in a Holy Lake chuich to bear the inscription Who was murdered on tne Lusitaaia ly the Germans." The word Sir Phjhp said, would have to be taken out ot the tablet. The chancellor then aug- ;eated that the tablet should rend: leuu tte_Ecwers of the cities os the I nit- "Who lost his life when the Lusitania OTrnn.m 'nnrf r> Tl i C J "Lo uuu W llu lUbt U1S 1116 WnCU U1G LI aro IonS te was torpedoed by the Germans er Rosenthal, pastor i. Rev. Fr. Min-jthc earth.. was agreed to This l Eiposition Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition Sair Francisco, 1915 San Diego, 1915 For Flavor and Quality BAKER'S COCOA is just right It has the delicious taste and natural color of high-grade cocoa beam- it is skilfully prepared by a perfect mechanical process; without the use of chemicals, flavoring or artificial coloring matter. It U pure and wholesome, conforming to the Canadian Pure Food AU of our sold in Canada are made in Canada. Booklet Choice Recipes sent free on lequett. Walter Baker Co. Limited MONTREAL, CAN. 1780 DORCHESTER, JMAJS. ID TKADC-MAKK ;