Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
'retirement from public'life, after the senerai el- ection of 1900, when lie was detated at the soils. Sir Charlei Tapper was creates a K.C.M.Q. In 1879; a G.C..M.G. In 4886; a baronet of the United Kingdom in 1888, and an Imperial Privy Council- lor in 1908, Sir soryod An .executive commissioner for Canada ut the In- ternational Exhibition, Antwerp, 18S5. and.at the Colonial and Industrial Ex- hibitlon, London, 1886, being also a Royal Commissioner at the last-nam- ed exhibition: In. 1S.S7 he vas.ap. pointed one of H.M.'s plenipotentiaries to the Fisheries Conference at MRS. DEWOLFE East Ship Harbour, >T.S. "It is with pleasure that I Write to tell you of the wonderful benefit I have received from takins t-a-tives' .For years I was a dreadful sufferer from Constipation and Head- edits, sndl was miserable in every way. Nothing in the way of medicines seemed to help me. Then I finally tried 'Fruit-a-tives' and the effect was splendid. After taking one bos, Ifttl like t new.person and I am deeply thankful to hsve relief-from those sickening Sirs. MARTHA DEWOLFE. the medicine tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- .Washington, which resulted in the vice at 11 a.m: Morning subject, j signing of a treats- tor the Seliisludiii "Soul Winning." Evening subject, Of matters in dispute between "Ears and Ears." Junior Sunday j Onnrta nnd the United States, in school at 3; senior Sunday school at 3.16. Matthew's Pres- byterian church; Sabbath school, 11 evening service at 7.30. T. H. Qelbralth, pastor. ANGLICAN ST. ATJGUSTIN'S CHURCH, Corner Second avenue and Eighth street; Rev, Canon Murrel-Wrisht, Communion, every Sunday, at S a.m., and on'first Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. Matins, at 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH-Coraer o! connection with the. Atlantic fisheries. In 1SSS he was appointed a member of the Royal Commission for the purpose of carrying, outr a scheme for the col- onization in Canada of" crotters and cotters from- the Highlands of Scot- land. He was also appointed a Royal Commissioner for the organization of the Imperial Institute, and was.a gov- ernor thereof. Sir Charles represent- ed Canada at the Intercolonial Confer- ence, Paris, for the protection of sub- marine cables in 18S3: at the Interna- tional Confederation, Brussels, relat- ing to customs; at the International Postal Union, Vienna, 1S91, and at the 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N. Holy- International Railway Conference, communion every Sunday at London, 1S95. In 1SD3 he was appoint- B a. m. Choral Eucharist on the 1st ea a plenipotentiary, Jointly with the an'dSSrd Sundays .of the month at 11 late Lord D.ufferin, and negotiated Skin Troubles than any otter medicine. SOc box, 0 for 50, trial 25e. At alders or sent on receipt ofpriw arpnue and Elelenti .also repeatedly presented to the late At all dealers or sent on receipt ot pnw Canon w v. K and ms R0yai Consort, (Tnpper was repeatedly presented to ST CTPHIMTS CHURCH-Coraer the ,ate Queen victoria, and he was by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. FATHER TAKES BODY Oct. to ot Coroner Duncan, the inquest on La Marche is postpon- ed until next Tuesday. P. La of Wlnnifred, Alta., father of the dead man, has arrived here and took charge of the -body. He stated that his son had sunstroke at nine.years of age, and haft since been in an asylum. What Sweetheart Tried 'for Pimples Stuart's Calcium Wafers Proved Miglfrr-They're Most Ive, Ouick Bloed Clesnser Btautificr Known TRIAL PACKAGE MAILED FREE The difference in the appearance of the Stan, after a few days' use of Stuart's Calcium Wafers, is startling. They are without doubt the greatest beautifiers in existence, amj the most. effective eradJcators of blood Sunday, October 31; Holy End (nejr accesslon to the throne S.30 a.m.; Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, ne was present, by invitation, in 7.30 p.m.; Rev. Canon McMHlen wKl! Ahbey at their corona- preach at both services Sunday tlon sjr Charles was also present, school. Junior Girls' and Junior Boys': Dv invitation, at the coronation of (ages 14-18) and Adult Bible classes Kjng geofje auj Queen -Mary, June, at 3 p.m. Bible class lesson. "The Boy j lsll_ He was received in private Joash Crowned King." The Bible, by His Holiness the Pope, clauses of. St. Cyprian's Sunday school! Aprll woo "praised him warm- IMG MA> provide an excellent means of adding to one's of the Holy Bible. The Annlt Bible class (a unique Eatt ering of men and women of ages) .and gave him his special bless- ing." Among the public measures placed upon the statute book by Sir Charles Is conducted by Mr. R. G Straker, the Tjlpper during his iong "public, career Junior Boys" class by Rev. Canon Me- j were f0nowmg: jn NOTa Scotia, SHHsn, and the Junior Girls' class by the law. the education act, Mr J Jones. Jn SL Cypnans Sun frea 8Chools; the equity Ju day school there Is always a welcome for the young, middle-aged and old. METHODIST Fourth Tell Yeu Stuart's Calcium Waftrl Are" Wonderful Beauty Makers" Impurities known to science, Evwrr- tody taiowi or ought to-know that Impurities Jn the blood: cause most of the poor eomplnions, the pimples the red siotk, the nraddy skins, the bolls and akin eruptions. Once the Wood Is purlfled. all these beauty de- stroyers disappear, and a complexion results which no face treatment can Stnart's Calcium Wafers are won- 4erfnl for this purpose One of their fcgndienta, caMnm sornhlde, Is in Itself tie quickest and most effective blood cleanser ever known Start taking Stuart's Calcium to- day and yoar mirror in a tew days will show you that your "dream of a fair and beauteous face" ii coming true. Bay a box of them from your o lay. 50 cents If you want to try tnem first, wail coupon below for free trill package. pro- .idgs act; the Windsor and Annapolis Rail- way act; the representation act; the executive and legislative disabilities- __ __ act, and an act reducing the number and H.'cob- of parliamentary representatives, in Medici, pastor parsonage, 320 Blev- the Dominion, the weights and meas- enth street, tojures act, the act prohibiting the sale morrow at 11 am, and 7.30 pun. Rev. or manufacture of liquors m the N. B MaeNlvenXB A., of Clares-. WT.; the consolidated --rafiway act, 'holm, will preach at both services 1S19; granites a charter- to the evenra- service, tie choir under me Canadian Pacific Railway, 1SS1, the-direction of Mr. Claude Hughes and a great number of others, will jive a special service of song: The two., alms Sir Charles "'ways Anthem, "The Lord is My Strength" kept in view as a-l9yal subject to his connects England with the first and feet Peace" (C. Lee-Williams) male choma "Remember Me, O JHghty One" voluntary, "Leid- ohne-Warte" No; 4 (Mendelssohn) anthem, "Praise the Lord" The Lord's Prayer (Vogt) Sevenfold Amen Bible schoal and Adult 61aise% at i P-m. Quarterly communion -will be dispensed 'at the evening service, November 7. Rer. J B Fran- cis, pastor tomorrow at 11 ajn and 7.30. Morning subject, "The Life That Children's topic, "Oat at Step." Byening subject, "The Great Kace Sunday school at 3 CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday greatest of her 'colonies, and the hold- ing aloft of the-standard of right of the nation, so that she uiigSt srore herself worthy of the -proud position she has made her own. In religion the 'late Sir Charles Tup- pm WB5 an .Anglican, and in later he was opposed to the Tart- Fielding, reciprocity compact. Wm. Hersey, of Yarmouth, ;N. S., has received a letter from the King congratulating him on the fact- of having six sons enlisted, cither at the front or in-training. For physical vigor and intellectual It's the best yet. FREE TRIAL COUPON If. A. Stuart Co, 104 Stuart Building, Msrshill, Mich., send me ationce a pierage of BWart'i Tablets.' Nam. SttMt City SPECIAL NOTICE To The Members of 39th Battery On and after October 25th, eyery member of. the above (Mttery will be welcome tt my studio, to sit for a high class portrait, any style FREE Don't fail to-take advantage Of this A. EVLYN SMITH HMH CLASS PORTRAITURE Ml TMrd Aveniw S. Church SSSST" ttm., So -preaching service. BAPTIST FIBST BAPTIST Rev p. Ross, pastor. Services at 11 a m and 7.30 p m. Noon, Bible school and adttlt class. Morning sub- ject, "The Church Porch" Evening subject, Witness of the Light.' CHRISTAOELPHIANS the baptism of the Holv Oho.st. A hearty welcome to'all. SALVATION ARMY Cervices are .held at' the Citadel, Fifth, street, as follows: Sunday, 11 am, Holiness meeting; 3 p.m, praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week.nights :.Monday, 8 -p. m public.meeting, .led by sisters Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' meet- CHRISTADELPHIANS 1. 8 m, svenue souta. Wednesdays at 8 p.m Bible class. Sundays at 3 P- to commemorate the Lord's death, and 7 30 p m to proclaim ths tidings of'the Kingdom of God Sub- ject "The Glorious Consummation r The Marriage Supper of the Lamb." All seats free. No collection. LUTHERAN PATJlr'S FIRST LBTHEIRAN Slith avenue and Fifteenth street C. Grant, school at 3. p.m." Services' on the fourth' Sunday Of the month at 7.30 p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourtl avenue and TentU street. Rev. Fath-j Rosenthil, pastor; Rev Fr Mm-1 wecln, assistant Children's Mass at Sam and Hlgb Mass at 10 10 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7.80. Sermons at-each service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHDRCH OF CHRIST SCI ENT1STS, Hotl to-, morrow at 11 a.m. Wedneiday: even-1 iny, Testimony meeting, at 8 p.m. Reading room open to everyone daKy j from 3-5 p.m. BELIEVERS Biirgmsnn's Ha'.l, 41S Tnlrteentb street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking-Of bread at 11 a.m.: Sunday school at 3 p.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. lilble reading Wednesday; 7.43 p.m. v PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Fitth Ave North liaptist church, Sunday, morning at.11- o'clock, remembering the Lord's death Sunday evening 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 Saturday, 8 p. m. free and'easy meet- mS LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTAER DAT Corner of Seventh twelfth street.- of Back from France Oct. The Prince of _Wa'es arrived at Buckingham Palace this afternoon on leave from France The Prince vvas in- close attendance on his fatfier during the King's m-l spfction of his troops at the. front It .is believed the Prince has return- ed for the purpcss of reassuring Queen Mary as lo the King's condi- tion. His presence here is taken as that the accident was not serious. 10.30 school; 2 p.m., sacrament meeting.. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Oeo. W. Green, 1016, Second South. 'Phone, M93. i Pergt. Michael O'Learv, V.C et- Mounteii Policeman, of Rcgina, received a commission; in the naugbt .Rangers. has Con- TJmleis the Auspices of Ladies of St. Patrick's Church Will Be Hold Tii Tea and Tee Cream will be served during Afternoon Evening. Candy and MoAver Booth in conjunction. AH to Patriotic Fund Dressed Spring Cbickens, Fruit, Pickles, Cakes, Ties, Homo 'Made Bread.