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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN, A Money-Saving A Bottle of Bovril in the kitchon will cut down butcher's bills. It enormously in- creases the nourishing'value of fact, its body- building powers have been proved tea to twenty timei the amount taken. It must be Bovril. CAN'T WRITE UNLESS KNOWN Correspondence With "Lonely" dlers Has Been Prohibited Sol- London, Oct. 25. Letters still como the bushel from Canada und elso- soldiers into communication with un- known correspondents. One letter re- ceived in Lady Druuimond's office from Canada stipulated that It should be sent to some soldier "who must ho good looking." It has been incorrectly stated that to the Canadian Red Cross and Canadian soldiers are not allowed to similar Institutions, the asking draw pay ]n English hospitals. The If they may correspond with uomo regulations are precisely the same on lonely soldier. Such letters are not. tniB pojnt aa in Canada, soldiers being Below are published the reports of Honorary Secretary Harmon, of the Lethbrldge district Patriotic Fund, and Honorary Treasurer R. J. Ritchie Palenmn, of which space yesterday would not permit the publication: Report of the Honorary Treasurer Mr. President, Ladies and Gentle- have much pleasure In sub- mitting to the subscribers and gen- eral public of the district, the first re- port of tho honorary treasurer of the now allowed to be forwarded to to draw up to two pounds Canadian Patriotic Fund (Lethbrldge soldiers. Further, the Red Crone and monthly, in Addition to sending money like Institutions are forbidden to put to Erionds. You can't beat Old Dutch for taking rust and stains off knives Lethbridge Churches PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rov. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Paitor. Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m.: Big Sisters aud Big Broth- era. 8.00 p.m.Mother Departments of Sun- day School and Adult Bible Class. 4 p.m.: Chinese Glass. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Win. McNichol, M.A., Pastor Manse 707 13th Street N. Regular Services at 11 p.m. Junior Sunday School at 2 p.m. Senior Sunday School at 3.15 p.m. Trinity Church, HardieviHe Leslie Logue Boyd, B.A., Minister. 5.30 p.m.: Sabbath School. 7.30 p.m.: Church Service. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledlck, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 11 a.m.: .Memorial service for depart- ed members of our Honor Roll, Sgt. Wm. Haley, Corp. Alex. Martin and W. F. Taylor. 3 p.m.: Bible School and Adult Classes 7.30 p.m.: The pastor wilt be assisted Sunaay School, 10 am. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Thursday, S p.m. If ivatit more of God Utgad these LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. 8. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome Bishop Geo. W. Green. 1016 2nd South. Phone 1493 district.) In doing so I would point out that although the fund has been estab- lished here since shortly after the commencement of the war in 1914, I did not become Identified with it un- til at the request of the committee I assumed the office of honorary treas- urer in September 1915, upon the re- of Mr. J. D. Hlginbotham and the transference of Mr. Seatle organ i will on B, which have materially helped to augment our resources from the proceeds of danceu, wlilst drives, teufi, etc. Our contributions to tho national fund since our Inception UH a district amount to tho hanrlaomo sum of 500, an uvercigo of approximately 611 per month since the commence- ment of tho war. In regard to tho admbilatration expenses, comment up- on this IB, I take H. fully covered in the report of the auditors, In regard to the temporary relief loans, these nre advances miide to dependents pending tJio passim; of their applica- tions and the plarint; of thorn upon the fund. We cxcrcifie a lion upon their allowances for the recovery of these amounts. The payments of allowances from the fund, to dependents, it will be ob- served from reference to the financial statements submitted, are conspicuous by their absence. This is by reason if the fact that these are hmullr-d di- rect from Caleary. which acts in tho capacity of the head ollire the whole of the Southern Alberta terri- tory, consequently the recording of :heae transactions does not form any sart of the duMes of your treasurer, is they are not prepared and issued jy him. I attended a of branches of the fund held at Retina In June, as your Icrnl representative. renort of conference baa al- From the frozen north to the blazing" tropics Bakerh Cocoa is known for its purity and quality Walter Baker Co. Limited 1 ESTABLISHED I78O MONTREAL.CANADA DORCHESTER, MASS. d or conference HUB in-; from the city. These g6r.tlGu.sii bad through the columns respectively held positions connected Qj local mess with the fund, Mr. Higlnhotham acting] Our nre as treasurer and Mr. Seatle acting as j treasurer under the first campaign: which was a joint one with the Red to In-nl i pontlmm'f favors pxte-l-d) due, i T Cross society. In conseciuonco ot ,T, to Hie fund ell as situation this report is confined to; ack710wle'leomonts their Jorm ffibi mh MS retUniS nml to date. Amongst the first things undertaken by me was to prepare from the infer- mation at my disposal, an approxi- mate statement of the fund's tions to that time and also to attend to collections under pledges then in nrrear. receipts, to the Srhool Hoard for the use of a tynnivritov and to Mr. Barrowman of'the City Sitrn for siens. I have received hfilnful QBPlPtance on manv occasions from our dependents' Bccretarv. Mrs. ine assistance at all times and osnortally vstematically or completely covered, BAPTIST First Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday morning 11 a.m.: Sub- ject, "Stewardship." Bible School 12 a.m. Y.30: Theme for evening service "The Greatest Question in Canada today" All are invited. Rev. John McAllister will speak at both services. This -will be MB last crvice In Lethbrldge for some time. Mr. and Mrs. McAllister have recently come from the State of Utah 'where they labored for two years for -the' by Rev. Dr. Riddell, principal of Al-1 American Baptist Publication Society. ........They heen sent by the Society to berta. College, Edmonton, who will speak. Music: "Qod is Shelley; "Send Out Thy Gounod; "I Alpha and Stalner. Am Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis. Pastor 10 a.m.: Children's Class Meeting. 11 Dr. Ridden, principal of Alberta College, will preach. I and Primary Depts. of the Sunday School.- Other Depts. at three. 1.30: Evangelist Barton will give his first address and will begin a series ot special services after spending two weeks at White's Appointment. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In tho Moose Hill, Hlglnbetham Block, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenua South Wednesday p.m. Bible Class. 8 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. There Such Beinys as Angela? What Can We Learn of Their .Nature? Can we Attain to Angelic All Free. No Collection Everybody Welcome SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 8th St. a.m.. Holiness Meeting: 3 p.m. Praise Meeting end 7.30 Sai> vatlon Meeting. Week 8 p.m., Pub lie Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel band In attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. Everybody Welcome the Province.of Alberta to ,work in co- operation the Baptist Albertt Conventior..1 They will travel with wag- on No. 72 to every home and town sell- ing Bibles, Testaments and book 7 Holding: meetings, organizing churches and Sunday Schools and holding Sun- day School .Institutes with the various churches. The society has many wagons, boats, chapel cars, autos in various parts of. the states, doing miss- ionary work. This is the third wagon to be sent into Canada to work with the Canadian Baptists. Respectfully submitted. (Signed) H. J. K. PATERSON, 1 Honorary Treasurer Report To ih6 Subscribers of the Canadian Patriotic Fund, Lethbridge District: My report Secretary ot the Can- adian Patriotic Fund in the Leth- bridge District, covers the period be- ginning with September 13th, 1915, 1 first took office, to the present time. BELIEVERS Burgman'i Hall, 13th St. North. Believers uiemble on the Lord's Day'for 'the Breaking of Bread at II Sunday School at 3 p.m. Goipel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading, Wedneiday, 7.45 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 7th Strett 3. Sunday Servlct at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, TeiUmonjr meet- ing at 8 p.m. READING ROOM OPEN TO ALL. PENTECOSTAL PentccMtal Mission Fifth N., BiptIM Chureh Speelil Service! Elder Geo. F. Do of the Apostolic Faith Assembly. Sisk., will charge, Sundlf, 11 am and 7.SO. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and ?th Avt. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B ''Reetor a. ni. Sunday School and Bible filaeiet, 3 p.m. BVBNSOtJO' 7.SO Holy and 3rd Sun. dayt at 8.30; 2nd and 4th SuniUys 11 a.m. Sundays at 4 p.m. CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.80: Sunday, Schooj followed Communloii Service. 6.tO: Ghrlitlan; Endeavor. by a result of the campaign were posed of cash, promissory notes or pledges, and verbal promises. The flrst publication of only con- tained acknowledgement of the first two forms of donation to the exclu- sion of the verbal promises. This was afterwards adjusted in the publication of a second and. complete return so as to Include these, being the result of .a meeting of your committee specially convened, to discuss this matter. This finding was opposed by me -throueh- out. I beg to give it as my opinion that no acknowledgements of any de- scription should be made- through the. press of contributions received, cept it the close of our local organiza- tion fiscal year and that then only cash contributions received during that period should be published. The Buchanan, M.P., 6; C. F. P. Conybeare, question of safeguarding the funds re. 1 4; G. R. Tinning and .1. D. Higmboth- celved from the public, in the interim "am. 3; G. B. Mackay, D. H. Elton and ot these publications, is a question ofiH. W. Church, 2; and J. t. Hodgson, organization only', calling for 1. Mrs. .Colpman, 5. Mrs. Colpman did a stri't accountability on the part of not attend any campaign meetings the treai-irer, both to the subscriber] At these meetings all matters of a at the tin.'- of payment and to the special nature work in this at wit ...u- t ___ j_nit wMir nnm. Thirteen meetings of your Commit- tee have beeu held with attendance as follows: G. H. Harman, secretary, 13; 'A M. Grace, president and R. J. Rit- chie Paterson, honorary treasurer, 10; S J Shepherd, 9; John Horne and j' N Ritchie, 7; L. M. Johnstone, vice- president and K- Mvinestone, 6; W. A. ;_ ___ rt rt-'ci r> r'nnvhparp auditors nan.'d by them or by the committee. By so doing the public are vadvised of wha. -individuals have done towards the funu. rot what they hope or would like to tribute to- wards it, which are two very Different things. While on the subject ot cam- paigning and matters connected wul! district were dealt with, am- your com- mittee, wherever the rules, of the Fund permitted it, endeavored to accede to all the requests made oy dependents of the Fund and others. During the past year, under the auspices of the Lethbridge Branch of the. Fund, two public meetings ot pure- it perhaps better deal here wither a patriotic character were held in he matter of collections upon pledges the Mfjestic theatre. Addresses at and verbal This is perbapi the most onerous and at the I Herbert a. Ames, the Honorary Secre. tne most onerous arm wi ine naniH CT A time the most important of the fund's Uary of tho Nationa the Honor- aity. of a personal visit to them for this purpose. There are however at the present time a number of persona in arrear it appears in many cases to be only necessary to call upon them to receive settlement. I am pt the opinion that this work should not wholly devolve upon the treasurer; and that instead, of the work of the campaigners being completed upon tho acceptance of these pledges and pro: mises and the turning1 of them In to the hands of the treasurer, that those falling within this category should be referred back to the campaigners for their attention aud collection, A more consideration on the pftrt of bur subscribers in cooperating with us (long those lisiss would be asking, but Ittle from them and certainly be of very great assistance to us. j Our second source of Income, vizjj ,Iiat of "indirect haft bean mainly through the gaM of the many institutions In our district, such suit of the efforts committee and their co-workers has been highly Eratlfying, as the report will show. T Owing to the daily increasing calls upon.the Fund, the .Lethbridge dis- trict is this year assessed for and your Committee feel that the an- nual campaign should be held not later than the 14th proximo to provide for this amount. While many subscrip- tions from this Branch have been gen- eroiis, there are a number oJ residents In the District who have not.-yet con- tributed'io the Fund, and it is Hoped that this year those In this category will do so to the full extent of their ability. The boundaries of the over which the Fund is permitted to vass subscriptions are the same', as the Lethbridge Provincial Constitu- ency. While your committee are in en- tire sympathy With a number of other Patriotic organizations, at tho present time it has not been thought auvfsable paign with any of them for the purpose oC raising money. Early this year your committee en- deavored to have the rules of .the Fund temporarily suspended in order that Patriotic Allowance might be. paid to Boino families also in receipt of Subsistence allowance. Tho matter- was brought especially to the notice of Sir Herbert Ames and event- ually advice was duly sent us that tin- regulation was Dominion wide and no exception could be made at this point. As a result of this ruling. .Mr. A. M. Grace, with the assistance of some of the citizens of Lethbridge, raised the sum of to meet extreme cases in connection with the families of soldiers of the liSth Overseas Bat- talion, Lethbridge "Highlanders." The fund, which was known as the "Kilt- ies Relief Fund was carefully admin- istered by our branch and no doubt was of great assistance to a number of dependents. On account of the large amount of correspondence and routine appertain- ;ig to the local organization, requir- ing attention daily, your Committee considered it in the best interests of the Fund to open a down-town office in the Acadia Building and to engage a stenographer at a salary of per month, whose entire time would be devoied to tins work.' Later events have proved that this action WJIB wise- ly taken, as the results have been en- j tirely satisfactory. I Complete records and fyles are kept of all cases handled by the Fund and i proper accounting and acknowledge- ment carried nut in connection with all obtained. During my term ot oifice I have re- ceived valuable assistance from our i president. Mr. A. M. Grace, the trcas- urer, R. J. Kitchie Paterson ami from Frank Colpinan, the Dependents' Secretary, and I take tins opportunity 'of expressing to these officials of the Fund my sincere thanks and apprecia- tion, Ou behalf of your committee I wish to thank Jlr, Thoburn Allan for tne prompt and businesslike manner in which lie has handled the numerous communications and recommendations sent from this district to the South Alberta. Branch of the Fund for con- sideration. The whole respectfully submitted. G. H. HAR.nAN, Secretary. gworm- Scalp Sores If you want speedy help try the D.D.D. Prescription. So easy to apply. not greasy or messy. It washes into tho scalp and the relief is Instant. Or if you are bothered with execs- ive kind that causes Imost unbearable itching in your in and we will tell yon omethmg about what Oils prescrip- ion, made in tlie D.D.D. Laboratories of Toronto, has accomplished in your I own neighborhood. Three sixes, and your money back if tho very first hottlo does not relieve your case. Try a bottle today and you will not regret it Drv For 15 I I I I the Standard Skin Remedy .T. D. Higlnbotham Co., Limit- ed, Druggists, Lethbridge, Advertisement. as orders, patriotic and social to enter into any amalgamated cam- ofthevheat, licatefy toasted, a flavor and sweet- ness all its Look fir tliis Made in Toronto. Canada. K. KEU.OGQ CEREAL CO. TwwUt, ;