Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914 THE BRIDGE DAILY UK it ALP PAGE [When Stores are dear1 In hard times you stop the wastage of food in the the wastage of food in the My z'tio. Bovril cnablesyou to extract .much- more nourishment from your ment that would otherwise be wasted or clog the system because it is not assimilated. And a bottle of Bovril is the nourishment properties that Shacldeion, and stimulating qualities of when planning his great many pounds of beef. It is Antarctic Expedition, said CHURCH SERVICES OP All. DT0AES, ETC. Icrrll CtriUJun S US: E ot. Me.: Johnihs'i FluH fctt IIJ HOLY WAR IN MEXICO El Paso, Tex., Oct. A "holy war" in Mexico, as a counter revolution against the Carranza-Vllla 1m-Uroglio, has been threatened, according to reports -brought here today by Americans and Mexicans, who arrived by various routes from Guadalajara. They told of uprisings against the Constitutionalist authorities 01 central .Mexico led by Mexican -NOMINEE North B'attieford, Saslt., Oct.. At a representative convention held in North Battleionl. William JtecKenzle, a fanner of Mervin, was chosen Conservative candidate for the "hew federal riding of North Battleford, securing 92 votes against 6-1 for M." J. How-ell of North BatWeford. The new constituency includes, all territory north of the North Saskatchewan river, between tho third and fourth meridian. Trade Commissioner Bickerdike, of ,T.nmlnn. has reported that tho British food supplies have not been interfered in nnv (rrfin-t extent by the Mary Moffatt, wife .of John Thompson, died at her .residence at Hamilton. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHUKCI! OF CHRIST, (i, Hull Block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony meeting, 8.00 p.m. The reading room Is open to every, one every day from three to p.m. Everyone is cordially Invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosenthnl, pastor; Rev. P. Mini- wejcn, assistant. Mass a.m. High Mass, U a. m. Sunday ichool 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. CHR1STADELPHIANS CHRISTA'DELPHIANS Meet -in the Moose Hall. Higinbc.tham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at S p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.80 p. rn. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Sub- ject, "The Jews, who are they And what is their destiny Mr. Sidney I T. Batsford. All scats free. No col-' lection. SALVATION ARMY Services are helo at thn Citadel, Flfta street, as follows: Sunday, 11 Holiness meeting: 3 P.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights: Monday, 8 p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday, i p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, I p.m., Salvation 'meeting, Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, a p.m., free and easy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CH1UST OF LATTER DAY of Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 101G Second Ave. S. Phone 1193. LUTHERAN Nov. 1. Ger- man services will he held at Uio par- 710 IGth St. N., at 11 a.m. Rev. H. J. Eiling, the local minister, will conduct ths service. In the alter- noon the minister will have a German More than 70 too WHEN yoii rely on- the EDISON PHONOGRAPH for, your winter's entertain- ment, you are hot confined to Grand Opera or Dancing. For instance ;-there are more than seventy .Quartette Records froni the frivolous Great Big Blue Eyed and tender melodies like "Old Block Joe" to the magnificent quartette from Mozart's Twelfth Man and bcaiiufm iiired hymns as "Lead, Kindly Light" and "Abide With Me." SEDISON PHONOGRAPH (THP. INSTRUMENT WITH DIAMOND POINT) If yon like music i'nae mnkesyou well as -just >come in and let us play some of the rousing selection! ;made expressly for the Edison Phonograph by the British Quartette Knicker- bocker Manhattan Ladies Quartette. be able to fiKmine the Edison for yourfcif the diamond reproducing jpoint, unbreakable and lont pUyiotf records, motors and oonstraction.cOQcealed hornB, aod CabiaetB made in true Period itylet, in perfect harmony with the finest furniture. 132 The Best Reason 'Why You Should Drinlt Is, Because You Will Like It. RECALLS THE EPISODE OF THE ALABAMA AT TIME OF CIVIL WAR Oct. is staled that a submarine; built to the order of the Roumanian Government, has disap- peared irom an Italian shipbuilding and that it has been' taken ol) by a man named Angelo llejloni, who is a captain .in the Naval Reserve. Bclloni was born in 1882, and quit- ted active service in 1311. Writing to the firm which owns the shipbuilding yard where the submar- ine was built, Belloni says I am not crazy, nor is there any agreement with the crew, who are in complete darkness about my project, nor any arrangement with any person or authority, Italian or foreign. i !n another letter, to h's mother, he Bpeaks of "dreams ol slaughter, which lie intends, io xealize with his submarine, and declares that in the end ho will bury .himself at the bot- tom of the Adriatic. It is pointed out by the.Naval au- thorities that this submarine has on- ly a range ot miles ami cannot possibly reach the Adriatic. Moreover, the.yess.e.1 is unarmed, and it is believed that Bclloni can only haic gone either to Corsica or the' French TO FIGHT RUSSIA'S ENEMIES The Centra! .News gives some fur- ther details. The vessel disappeared from bpezia in the Chill of Genoa. According to this account, Belloni is a .Naval Reserve lieutenant who Life's Trial Balance Fill out these blanks-you'llfind it 1. My total income is................ 2. Deduct my personal expenditures.. 3. Balance which is annual income needed lo support my family.. 4. Estate required to yield needed in- come [or No. .1 at 5 per cent. (20 times No. 5. Cash value, of my estate 6. Add amount which my present life insurance wilt provide in event of my death.................. 7. 1 jtal value of estate now provided for........................... 8. Amount of additional life assur- ance needed.................... Well, how does it size up? For.your credit's sake now, wouldn't you like to sec your wife and family better pro- vided for? Then write for particulars of The Imperial Home Protection Policy. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO J. B.. Wilkie, .District Manager, Letlibridge' of Reception and communion service following the mominE sermon. PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Unity Hall 5th Ave., North. Sunday at 11 a.m. Remembering the Lord's Death. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday noon IUIIHOULI. ,.i.." service at Coalhurst. English servic- es, which will from now on take place will be announced later. ST PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN g p.m. Prayer and Gospel meeting. CHURCH-Corncr Sixth Ave. Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter No services Sunday, as the pas- tor will be at Warner. Sunday school at 3 o'clock, Luther League at 7.30. Rehearsal Wednesday evening. ANGLICAN ST.- AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Caoon Murrel-Wright, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at S a.m. and at the eleven o'clock service on ths first Sunday of the months Evensong 7.30 p.m. Sujiday school ST. MARY'S CHURCH-Ref.' 0. H. Popham, rector. Holy Communion a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the Everybody welcome. BELIEVERS Bur-mann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for ths breaking ot bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. The International Bible Students' Association meets every Tuesday ev- ening at 8 o'clock, at B2n 12th S. AM interested are invited. LIFE SAVED EY CIGARETTE CASE fc or Private 3. 0. Beaucharap 2nd King's Own Yorkshire The lieutenant took with him a crew it to be his desire' to go and fight for Rus- sia. The submarine was built at a cost of She has a displacement o! 300 tons and a speed of 13 knots. She appears to have gone out into the gulf under the pretext of conduct- ing radiatelegraphic experiments and a tofpedo boat, which was immedi- ately, dispatched in chase when the i news became officially known, found no traca of News. A range of miles (writes ni 'Daily would take the submarine, in case she Poison ..was equipped and provisions, as far, i as the Southern Adriatic, even if she 1 had no means of reproviding herself any friendly Kalian or 'Sicilian calling place. It may .he :recalled that when the Alabama left the Mersey in 1862 she had no "effective range" Pain Flies from Hamlin's g: A friend to the household and a foe to pain for over 60 years. For rheumatism, sprains, burns: neuralgia, cramps, stomach and bowel troubles, there is nothing likoHimtl'n'sVtartl Oll-the liiehest qualto llniinuut and the moat a" tt At eel lIuilm'E Wizard Oil. Famous drcant. bookfrce you writs HAMLINS WIZARD OIL CO. TORONTO EDISON DEALERS IN LETHBRIDGE W. H. McCaHray, Street Norlh. Kenny AHtn Limited. New Complete: Accurate: Up-to-Date European Ifar Printed on strong bond paper; tables giving itringth of the armies and navies, amount of war debt, grain production, area, population and itatiitio of inUrest TO SUBSCRIBERS sending in Renewal Subscriptions for Three Months or over to THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD a.. first Sunday ol the month at eleven o'clock service. -Ma tins all day school 3 p. ro. Evensong 7.30-p.. ST CYPRIAN'S Corner of Eleventh street and Eighth avenue (South. Rector, Rev. Canon Ucllillen. I Sunday November 1: Holy Commun- on, 8.30 a.m.; Matins, ivith sermon, LI a.m.; Evensong, vdth sermon, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, Junior Boys', Junior Girls' and Adu'it Bible classes at S p.m. Announcement regarding he annual Christmas entertainment will he made at the Sunday school ses- sion. Rev. Canon McMillen preach at both services Sunday. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH :Corner Third avenue and Eighth street: Rev. J. B. Piokel, pastor. Bible; school at 10.30 a.m. Services at .11.00. Subject, "The Kingdom: Christian Endeavor at 6.30. Evening service at 7.30, subject, "Confession." BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-3ril Ave. and 9th St. Pastor's anniver- sary Preacher, Rev. David Ross. 11. a', m., "Back to beginnings." 'Noon, Sunday rally program. 7.30 p. m. "Sowing that is without result and why." Monday, Nov. 2nd, Encouragement meeting. Words ol greeting from ministers of the city and otters. Hour, 8 p. rri. Come "for part of the time Tuesday, special prayer service. Mission- ary meetinb, speakers, Mrs. Best nt. Calgary, and others. FIFTH AVENUE H. Elmer Green, pastor. 11 a. m., "A Young Old Man." 7.30. p. m., !'Discussion Concerning the Lord's Supper." The ordinance will "he ob- served at the close. 3 p. m.- Sunday school and Bible class. Wednesday, 8 p. m., B. Y. P. U. and 8.45 p. m. on Nov. 4th, the quarterly business meeting. Sale and social on the af- ternoon and evening of Nov. 12th. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX tomorrow at 11 a. m. and.7.80 p. m. conducted by A. R. Sohrag, Cal- gary, Boy's Department of the. Sun- day school 2 p. m. Sunday school and aduit Bible class at 3 p. m. Chi- nese class at 4 p. m. Full chorus choir at both services. Everyone cor- dially invited. ST ANDREW'S A. C. Bryan, .pastor, 11 a. m., Rev. Dr. Dundonald will speak. 2 p.m. Junior Sunday school 3.15 p. m. Senior Sunday school and Bible classes 7.30 p. "Campaigning in Canaan omen of by the pas- tor. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Uev. J. B pastor. Clasr meeting at 10 a.m. Morning service at U a. m., subject, "The Model Prayer." Children's topic, "The House on. the Hillside." Afcn's at 4 p. m., suq- iect, "Why the Working Man does not go to by Rev. Mr. Francis. Evojiing service at 7.30, sub- ject: "A Great Man's WESLEY G. H. Cohbicdlck, pastor; residence, 320 Eleventh street, phone 404. 10.15: i m, Fellowship meeting 11 a m. Children's topic, "St. George and the Sermon, "Tue Heroism Jeclra, a German connected with the yVettlaufcr Concrete Mixer Co., of Toronto, has been stopped at lie border while attempting to get .twice ,a. ehaVge The 1 ot the Light Infantry lis. cigarette. cigarette case took the "blow. From a third Uhlan Beanchamp received a vound which bowled him over, ana le Is now in hospital burn- ng to get back to the fighting line. such as would take her into the ericaii Wai: iouc hut she armed and the Azores and astKiish- two continents for many months. Uhlans. It JJ stated fh'Rome that an ofli- inquiry has'been opened. This al- so is in keeping with the Alabama I tradition the latter vessel went put of the Mersey as the I ed to he an innocent merchantman after she had erossul the bar every apparent effort was made to recall her or bring her back, "hut without CALLED EP1LEPSV From Intestines' Said Cause Most Cases Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. That a cure for epilepsy through a surgical operation on the intestines has been demonstrated in many cases, was the announcement at the meeting of the announcemen Mississippi Valley Medical associa- tion bere today by Dr. Charles L. Reed this city, who first described his al. iged cures several inontlis ago__. Dr. Reid held that the majority of' cases of epilepsy are caused by poi- sons absorbed by the human system from the intestines. All previous.sur- gical practice lias been to operate on To facilitate the work of turning out the rifles ordered by the. British government, the Ross rifle factory at Quebec has commenced Sunday work. result. nto the States. Then the official inquiry was open- ed and it ended only a few years ago. A Book about Corsets' We have prepared a taste- fully illustrated little showiugmanynewmpdelsin Corsets Will gladly send you a copy free upon request. It will help you .choose the model best suited to your figure. CROMPTON CORSET CO. Limited 78 York Street, TORONTO Si IE OF MIR London, Oct. following from an Antwerp correspondent: I saw what was to me, the saddest scene I have come across in this laud of sorro'w since this awful war began. Two little stockinged feet sticking awkwardly from under a pile of cloth- ing on a wheelbarrow, and sitting be- side the bundle a little girl of -three years, wounded. The bundle contained the body of a six-year-old refugee boy. He had been killed by a German shell, which hurst on the road when his father er and their six children were fleeing from the village of Walhern. The father, 'who 'was slightly injur- ed, Had passerl a strap from the sandles of the harrow.over his should- ers, and so managed to 4msli his grim burden. Hii face was stern and ter- rible The poor mother, with lour more children clinging to her, had a splinter through arm. This pathetic group struggled along, too stunned for haste, while those great German, shells roared overhead, bursting this side and that, rtpplas the fields into pltsfapd tilling tha air with, jogged, red-hot splinters ana Diaolt, evil-smelling smoke At last they a compara- tively sheltered where there were kindly Red Cross helpers and some soldiers. It .was a more affecting sight than any J have seen, on .the battlefields. COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You may be the best cook in the world, but it the lea-Ten you use Is poor you cannot get satis- factory results Always use Bluo Ribbon Baiting Powder, it makes the lightest and best pastry and cakes Blue .Ribbon the standard of quality in Teas, Coffees. Baking Powders, Jelly Powders, Spices, and Extracts i Made-in-Cauad- v SONS OF NOTED MEN FIGHT Six-'Children of! Former of Francs Serving With Its Army Paris, Oct. the sons of ex-pr'osidents of France, who are now with the French armies are the Mar- quis de MacMahon, Due de Magenta, i.ho is a brigadier general at Belfort, his brother Comte .Emmanuel de Mac- 'llahon, who is in'-on Infantry regi- ment Major Sad! Carnot, who is do. ing duty in a. fort near" Hontmorency; Claude Casimli-Perler, husband ot iMme. Slmone, the actress, who an infantry lieutenant, and was recently wounded; Paul Lpubet, a lieutenant of infantry, serving at Verdun, and Andie Falliures, who is attached to the ministry of war, Footer the oldest real- lent.'oE Ferguv beingjin her_.100th year, turned on the Hydro current fore. 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