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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AliK SU run I-.MI.T' UKUAT.D SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1D17 Your Grocer sells it. Costs no more than the ordinary kinds. Guaranteed to b'e made exclusively E. W. GILLETT CO. LTD. TORONTO. CANADA Winnipeg Montreal The General Postoffice of Britain in Wartime be (Dr HaroM Begblc. hi the Lomlcm faclne-lable; thea you sec Iho women iwbo arrange lliese sorted letters In order anil plate them uu a moving When Htt Majesty Hie King visit- baud which carries tliem lo Ike other of a lobUr; here rtcy ore picked up bv tho oilier women, and lu tuu- which Jles to a Haniping aa jcscrmoa ailJi llllBt they aru to taWcs to be sorted gradually tluwu lo Ihtfr flu a] uesiiuaitou. Anil, while all this cd the general post office tbe astonishing mat1! ps wUn the something [like COO or "TOD loners a inSuule. j II la a fasclnaling A girl 'slaatls with a ol letters uc- iween her hands at Ihe ecd ol a tible. 'sorllns proceeds, you nolk'e the suiarl lueitiitliiE la a. piece of uuehlu- poslwomeu coming la for Ihelr piles ery which U moving at so tremendous 0( letters, and Iho girt telegraph mess a Freed that you cannot see what 1C ensers going bickwards aud forwards is. As sho approaches one- end ol her Tho in on aro so In number bundle to this marhlue. wilh a suJ- iuey 111 tract atteallou, dcuuess whtch Is like a conjuring Again. lha G.P.O. allcnds ererj ilift leilers lUp of Wcck to all Tommy Atkins' sepsr her hands, letter after Iciter, and allowances. In atldlilou lolla usui give themselves quteily up to another mirmulstraUon ot Old AKO Pensions girl on ihe further side of the tuble. This has eutalled a new machinery vrho sees that none of their stamps anj demands the most careful has tbe mark. suJilen ncss, sir Hobert Uruce. tbo Conlroll (lip of t Wo at the rate ot mo jje much or 70J a imiHito. or. lot us say.', impressed by llie reallv notable WBJ ten a Q most which all-llila nnancial work, ro- ude. Tlie Kins. Erciily (utcresteil i quiring ihe nicest lias becu lu this marhinp. If it was by girls. He Is alsn Impress- Invention. UesreUully, Lcuaslcri by (ho way women and Rlrls have In for Died thai It was not. Q performed the general work of tho he exclaimed. aJding tho -f p0sl OlUce. He pointed out to me that niora ot tlicse ivonJerful Inren-1 v.-jih a vast army ic a lorcisn land, ilous were of Drillsh origin. "Duf.'. auj no charge for postage. Hie tcairla- sir, v.-e have Invented soraetlilns much tion to wrilo home Ma very great; greater than this Eiamiiing machine." j white parcels at homo, separated (rom is r.stecl the King. "The their sans, who aro constantly cipos- General Post Office." lo the very conceivable Now, it is a. fact which no man In _ jieril, naturally write to (hem as often tho world will gainsay, that Ihe Gen-! RS possible. The consequence la that eral Post Office of Great Urlialn la Iho i tbe army postal alone, quite superlative post ofHee ot the globe. apart irom all Ihe other work of the Germany lias an admirable post office. G.P.O, Las become a business ol col- STIRLING Our Own Stirling, Oct. Red Cross Day, Gel. ISth. SilrMng was divided "Into districts and canvassed by a cap- able committee under the direction of Bishop Fawns. The sum of ?309.43 was collected in the town and outlying distrirfs. ihis amocnt 529.20 was contributed by GaK school, being was greatly eojoyed by a large audi- ence. Following the program a dance -waa held, netting ?50 for the Red The studenls ol Grades VII. and Ylll. ol Gall school are publishing a .village news sntet called "The Stir- ling Weekly as a part of their in composition. They have 40 subscribers. A anllpwe-en dance vill be helil proceeds of.a patriotic enterlainmenl [Uie hotel at Maybutt on Friday even- given on Ftiday evenfng by Grades {Ing; 2nd. The will be and Switzerland, Iro; but Hrllaln is easily first In this matter. Itely raoro letters to Iraodle (lian any other post office, anil with an enorm- ous amount of slate work to perform lu addition, the G.P.O. is, nevertheless, one ot the most uneiciled centres of Industry you ran vJstt, and by Jar the quickest and certain'of all post- al This is acknowledged. But how' many people realize the attainment of tbis instilution during war? ossal proportions. Secret of Our High Place Tho G.F.O., of course. Is an Insti- tution Vi-hlch will flourish of and wliicZi Is ID great measure IniJe- uendent.ol Individuals; but I cannot help thinking that Ibe successful hand llns ol Us vast business duriug a ivorld war owca at least Eociellimg to the iniperiurbible lemycrarnent ol Us Controller, Sir IloberL Uruce, who lias served unilcr some seventeen Post- VII. and VIII. under the direction of j from Sweet Grass and a Urge number jof i principal. Tu6 program Included of people are expected from Lelh- patriotic recitations and choruses, na- tional songs and dancer of the allied countries. The cumber iras" a historical drama enlHled "The Land- Ing of CarLlcs." written by Ruth Hoi bridge and other nearby points. Theodore Drandley and family have returned home aller e month's visit with relatives In Salt Lake City. 0. Barton and daughter have In the London postal servico alone masters General, is-lho least hurrted 14.000 men have into the armyjcr excited o men He finds lime to employ in his dealings with Ihe very least of tho stuff that fine and consU- orate courtesy ivhich is a parl of his and iO.OC'3 Tvomen, liilberto fgnoraal have been taken on. man of Grade VIII. It ivas presented! relumed from a two weeks' rfsit In by tbe pupils In full costumes and 'Utah. mm cocoA1 IS PURE i Purify in cocoa means carefully selected, scrupulously cleaned cocoa heaps, tifically blended, skilfully roasted, and with the excess of fat removed, reduced to an extremely fine powder by a strictly mechanical process, no chemicals .being used, the finished product containing no added mineral matter. AND IT HAS A DELICIOUS FLAVOR Tfode-mark frtry genuine paekagf of choice rtdpm frtt Made only bf I I, WALTER BAKER CO. Limited Ell J Ml Montreal, Can, Dorchetter, EstiWIihtd 1780 14.000 men. imasfne the spfriL In going roimd ihe rooms with ,f drilllDB JO.ODO women I observed that he nBTe, loll the Imagine the dislocation arising from the loss ot confusion o: work to n-lilch they were unaccustom- ed. And yet there has been no dislo-f cation, no confusion. The postal ser- vice has been curtailed, like the rail- way sen-Ice; but never before bas the G.P.O. had ro nitt such an enor- mous volume of business. And Ihis enormous volume of business Is hand- led with all the old efficiency of peace time. That is the point. But consid- er this hew business. Huge Army Mail For example, no fewer than mall bags nre despatched every Keek fruin the G.P.O.'to IJie army alont In one room of thai most orderly office as many as bags for ihe army are daj-. These hun- dreds of thousands of letters are sort- ed Into their regimental units, and placed In Ihe bag- or each particular unit. All this is done In London. The army has nothing to do' he letters, when each unit receives Is particular bas trom the G.P.O. All night and all without a break, the elters of Thomas Atkins aro sorted nto the mullltudlnous regiments of he British army and despatched from ondon all over the world. I stood In one of these big room a, over 100 jarda long, and watch'ed Hie women pitching letters Into tbe open bag's arranged in orderly groups about the floor. Thera was no n.olse, no haste, no fuss. But the whole time stood there letters were dropping Tom women's hands Into canvas bags, and suppose, thousands of letters must -have been disposed ol in "this manner during my tonr of the room was struck by the extraordinary cleanliness o'. tbe floor, the brightness of ihe furniture, and the purity of Ihe air. Uut, mosl of all, was slnick bj the quiet ol tbe room. These women might have been tossing a few odd let UTS Inlo waste-papnr baskets. As for tbe stamping machine, H made less noise lhan a sewing machine. I had the fcclSng that nothing Is characteris- tically which la Informed'by It la an Impressive, even a memor- able, to.aland In one of these huge, rooms and watch Iho women at their work. You see the women ivho open the mall bags and arrange the primary soiling on what la called the humblest of sorters, vrlih whom he had spoken for n moment or two, with- out bowing to her and thanking her for Hie vay in wblcli she bad answer- ed his questions. v I like Lo thing that this spirit Is characteristic of England, and that those who gird at us for ucing less no.'sy and adverlising than other na- .ions miss the secret of oar liigb place .n the world's activities. Vi'e ondca- lo do our business ns gentlemen. Mid It really is not necessary in busi- ness to be vulgar and self-asscrlive. In my travels I have ncvcrifailcd lo find courtesy and at of our greatest British concern's; while _'or fussiness, and pom- posity, I have only lo go Lo a Jack In office, or lo an induslry of tie third order. In another department ol Ibis won- derful tho Sav- ings Bank, practically Lhe wbole busi- ness of Finance is transacted by women.' Here Ihe been in- creased by 600 temporary women, most of whom had no experience of business before, and here, loo, under Miss Buchanan, there ia an entire ab- sence of turmoil. "They arc. splen- did" Ibis lady laid he, "lu limes ot stress. They never fail to rise to the occasion." And It Is truly no exag- geration to say tjiat Ibis rast building is so quiet that you migbl (ancy your- self la a school during an examina- tion. In the corridors. I passed CO.OQO ledgers on the shelves.1 To Protect Men Who May Be Called to Wear Khaki g; the positum of men vvliu may Jie fulled lo overseas service and willi a desire (o save such nicu from financial loss I am making tlic following liberal 'guarantee. Good Until Nov. the lOth Any man called under the Military Service Act after paying a deposit or ac- cepting delivery of a suit or overcoat will have his money promptly and cheerfully refunded on return of garment. Orders not completed at (he call to service may be cancelled. With our reputation behind this prop- osition no man need fear to lose money on a suit or overcoat should ho be called to serve his country. THE TAILOR Halt! HIGH-CLASS LADIES' AND GENTS1 TAILORING PHONE 1666 410 FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE. PASSED FRENCH LOAN Oct. Senate last htgbt passed the war loan un- animously aa it was sen I Irom the chamber of deputies. After Ihe vole. (he minister ol finance signed with the governor ol the bank of Franco, a conreniion Ihe bank's privileges for another 25 years. Tho convention will be submitted lo par- Hnmcnl for ratification as soon as Ihe necessary bill is drafted- Tho bill will sel forlli the conditions Uld down In tho Interests of commerce, agriculture. Inc. treasury and public credit. SENTENCEO TO HANO. Pic-ton, S., Ocl. Ncrl aiid Carmello Sofia MarablUoj Iwo Italians convicted ol the murder of Marahllto, huiband J loday to be hanged o of Car- Our Intelligent Service and Careful Handling Will Produce Real Economy in Your Moving Expenditure Apply efficiency service (o your moviiiK. ll's in (he long rim. Time caving, careful prfjervatlon In Ihe handling your smallest hcuishold lleroj at well at year mosl valuable furniture, eompactnen In loading anil adequate equipment are all (actor: In servlce-nlvlno. lhal safeguards your economy and tatisfaetion If you let ua do your vrsrk. We can do thli wilh our large coveredfurniture We have a eptcl .STOHAQE FOR FURNITURE. i for moving planoi. THE McLEAN TRANSFER OFFICE, 305 SIXTH STREET S, PHONE 1037 Save Your Hairl Hake II Thick, Wavy and Thin, brittle, colorless, and acr.ius: hair la mule evidence ol a'neklccti. o( damlrult IhJl aif'tl scurf There la BO deslrucllvc H Ihe hair as dnr.Jrulf. robs the hal nf ll.i lustre, Its slrcnjlh anil Us Kcr cvenliially producing a feverish ross and ftchfne of tUo scalp, whlc! If not remedied causes Iho hair rool lo shrink, loosen anil Ih hair falls oul last. A llllle Danilcrln >urel savo your hafr. Otl R Bmall lioltle of Knowll rjandcrlno from any drug Blorc or lo !c'. co-jr.lcr, after the eppl cation your hair will lako on thai llfi lustre and luiurhnco (a heatitllul II will bccorao .ivavy on JIuffy and have Uic appearance ntiundancc, an Incomparablo glos and Eodness; hut what will plcaac yo rnosl will he alter Jual A few week ilse you will acUially- aeo n lo of fine, downy Ing all orer the WE SAVE YOU MONEY! OH WILSON NORTH LETHBR1DCE. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Corner 4lh and 8th Street S- flev, Capi. A. H. Dcnoon. Pastor Itev. W. F. Burni, Acting pallor. egular iervicC3 al il a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. 0 a.m.: Boys Department. 2.30 a.m. IJIff Slslcrs1 BiWo Class. 00 p.m.: Bis Drothcrs' Bible C1033, 00 p.m.: Other Departments ol Sun- day School pm.: Clilne3c Class. luslc: horning Anlhcm, ''ThcSplcn- dors or Thy Glory Wo ward; Quartellc, "Jcaus. Word o( Coil Atllam. RyftnlnE them, "Como Unlo Uounfiil. Solo, "Tbc Heavenly Miss "Alice Elmm. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church ;or. 1ltr> Street Jnd Avs. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B A, Rector H a. m. Sunday School Bible Claasuo, 3 KVKNSON'O 7.3} p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun days at 8.00; 2ml and 4th Sunday? al 11 a.m, Sunrtayn 6t i p.m. Wesley Chi'irch Rev. Chas. E.'Cragg, B. 0., Pastor. ncsioc-nco 320 HLh St. S. Fhonc 401. Claude Hughes, Musical Director 11 a.m.: Morning Worship: Topic, What I OtilEve." 2 p.rfi.: Junior AUsslon Hand. 3 p.m.: Sunday School; Bllilo classes. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service: Topic, The Man on the Street." THE UNITED CHURCH NORTH LETlinniDGE Rev. E. J. Hodglnc, B.A., Pastor 1271 5lh Avc. N. Phone 1650 10 a.m. Class meeting for boys anil ,Blrl9. 11 a.m.: Itev. D. Marr, will prtach. Topic: "The Bible and (he European War." 7.30 p.m.: The pastor will pre.ich tho topic "What Lack I BAPTIST First. Baptist Chnrch Cor. 3rd Ave. and Oth 8t S. Hev, C. Baker, PALlor llcgulnr Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.iu, Diblo School at 12 a.m. idweek Ulblc Study, Wednesday, at B n.nv Choir Prjcllco. Thursday, 8 p.m. The pastor will conduct bolh services. A Welcome to All. PENTECOSTAL "cnlncoslal Cor. 5th Avc. and 18th St. N, Rev. C. M. Neve, Paslpr, Residence, 629 19th Street N, Sunday ol 11 n.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tuesday arid Thursday al 3 I'raycr Service Rt 151-1 3rd Avc. N. Saturday al 8, A Welcome Extended to All. Come .CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 71h Street 3. Sunday Service at 11 rifl. Subfccl: "Probation After Death." Wednetday tvcnina, Testimony most Ing Al 8 pm. Tho rending room la open dally ex- cept Sunday end Icnal holidays, from i la C p.m. Htrc, tho blb.'s and author- ized Cbrtslian Science literature- may bij'read, borrowed or purchased, Tha public la conllnlly Invited to ot- (end the church services, also lo rlslt Ibn reading room. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12, Elafford Block, 5lh at. G follows: Sunday, 3 p.m.; Blblo Study. .Sunday, 7.30 ixm.: IHscourse, Surged, "The Kingdom ol God, What, When, Where." Wednesday, S p.m.: Dlhlc Slildy. All Seati Free. All Arc Welcome. Mo Collection, BELIEVERS nurgman'l Hall, 41B 13th St. North. Wellovors asec-njblo on Ihe Lord's Day tor Iho Uruaklog of DrtaJ II n.m. Gunday School ill 3 p.m. (nipel preaching it 7.30 p.m. LETHBRIDGE BIBLE STUDY CLASS Meeting Tv'fll held in llurgnian hall on Tuesnny evening nl S o'clock. Subjecl: "Study ol Ihe Epistle lo the CHRISTAUELPHIAN'S tfeet In Mooie Hill, Hlglnbuthim Entrance 5th St. ind 2nd Avenua South Wc'rlnc-satiys: Sjp.m., Blbls Class. Sundays nt 10 a.m. (o commemoriis Uic Death, and al 7.30 p.m. (o proclaim Uio glad tidings of Uio Kingdom ot God. Subjecl: "My New Bible." All Free rto Collection L.VTTEK BAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Chrisl of Latter Day Sa.lnts Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 9. Gunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary S p.m. flellel 2 p.m. Vdliors Alwnyc Welcome. Bishop Geo, W, Oeen, 1016 2ntf Avf. South. Phonf 1493, SALVATION AIIMY Scrvicd Held ft Ihe Citadel, tth St. 6.m., Holiness Mccllnjl, 3 p.m. 1'ialsa Mcctlnt and 7.30 till vallon Mcpllng. I p.m., Pub- lie Meeting. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Mcellai Citadel band In attendance, Saturday, t ;.ra. Tree anil cair Chrhlian Church tjr, 3rd Ave. and Bth St. 3, Relldenco, ,805 Tth St. S. Phone 1547. Oliver L, Curtis, Pastor Dtblo' Scnool nl 10.30 aislcr nunsworlh al Snpt. I'lcaflc rcmcm- her we look for 60 present nnd you will counl one. Preaching al 11.30: Subject, "Through Uic niblci wllli a Guide." C. K. Ql 7 o'clock nnd preaching nt 7.30. Subject: doly Spirit." Invlto you lo Iho "homelike church" wltb a wokomo hand, ;