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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHflRIDGE DAILY HERALD CHURCH SERVICES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1914 RED CROSS SPEARMINT DR. KING'S PEPPERMINT PEPSIN CHEWING GUMS All the goodness ot green spring fields is caught and in these pure, mint-leaf flavored Look' for the Cupid on every package. Save the wrapper coupon of each packet for HANDSOME FREE GIFTS In the gift citilague you will find something, to pletie any you .can enough coupons'in a airpriiiagly short while. Get the cttalogue at the gum store or write us for one. CANADIAN CHICLE CO., LIMITED PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO. Made by Canadians I'M ike most 'date and cltxnut Judoiy of Hi kind in Oiitada. For Sale by W. H. Etcott Co., Limited "Wholesale Brokers. -Winnipeg, Regina, Catearv, Edmonton, Western Distributors. When you've ordered Silk do you accept Sateen? Almost a foolish quite! There are still some people who order Keflogg's Corn Flakes and are given a substitute "just as the imitation. The difference between Q CORNFLAKES and the "just as good" kind is even greater than the difference between silk and sateen. The great difference is in the flavor and the nutriment. Be sure that you ask for and get Ecilogg's. ft is tie original. _ _ lOc per package" Dr. B; L.' Riordan, one of Canada's and a popular prac- titioner of Toronto, is dead. Fifty thousand 'dollars has been ap- propriated by Germanv for the rp1 of of GenSaris'in'Great Britain. Pain Flies from Hamlin's A fhand to the household and a foe to pass for over 60 years For rheumatism, sprains, bums; 1 neuralgia, cramps, stomach and bowel troubles, there nothing i Oil-Ox toghett hmront the i HAMUNS WIZARD OIL CO. TOROHTO No Change In Price of Blue Ribbon Tea BLUE EIBBOX TEA CO. have plea- sure in announcing that they do not pro- pose to take advantage of the advance in price of tea. company is in a position to "sitpply all the Tea required'in Western Can- ada, and will sell at old prices indefinitely. aplte of the heavy duty which has just been im posed upon Coffee, we will continue to sell Blue Ribbon Coffee Bt old prices. Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg Edmonton Calgary CHRISTIAN FIRST CHtmCt: OK, CHRIST, lltiil Block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony meotlns. 8.UU p.m. The reading room is open to every- one every day from throe to tlvc'p.m. la cordially invited to at tend. ROMAN' CATHOLIC 1 ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Roscnthnl. pastor; Uev. P; Miul- wcgen, assistant. Mass 9 a.m. High Mass, 11 a. m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each 'service. CHR1STADELPHIANS CJHftlSTADEt.PHIANS Meet in the Caledonian Hall, 7lh.street south. Wednesdays at.S p. in. Bible clans, Sundays at 3 p. m. to commemorate the Lord's death, and '0.1 7.30 p. m. "to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of "The en- trance of Turkey into the JEuropeau war a sure sign or the return of Christ to (lie earth.'' All seats free. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services are. Lelo at tun Citadel.' street, ns 11 a.m., Holiness meeting: 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights: Monday, S p.m., public meeting, led by sisters: Wednesday, i p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday. 8 p.m.. Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance: Saturday, S. p.m., free and meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CH1UST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS--S. 0. E Hall. 10th St. S.. near V. M..'C. A. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school: 2 p.m. Sacrament meeting, visitors always welcome. Bishop Oeo. W: Green, 1018 Second Ave. S. Phone H83: LUTHERAN ST. LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. aad Fifteenth St. Rev. C.- Grant, mluls- ter. Sunday, Sept. no services, pas- tor at Warner. Luther league at 7.30. Sunday school at 3'p.m. Wednesday, rehearsal. v ST. ..A.UGUSTlN'S -CH1IRCH Corner Second Aye. and Eighth St Rev. 'Canon rectoT; Matins 11 a.m... Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning.at S a.m. and at the eleven o'clock service on first Sunday of month: Evensong 7.30 D.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. STv MARY'S.-. CHURCH-Rev; C. H. rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sundaj month at eleven o'clock service" Matins 11" a m Sun day school 3 p. m. Evensong ST. Eignth avenue and'Eleventh- street South.- Rev: Canon ilcMillen, rector. Matins, 11 Evensong. 7.30 pnn. Sunday schooliat Junior Boys' Bible, class and Junior Girls1 Biola class (fourteen .years and upwards) and Adult.Bible class at 3 p.m., the latter in -the: Parish- hall. Holy, com- munion on the first, and thjra Sunday of ice month at'S.SO.a.m., and second and fourth Sundays at the 11 o'clock service. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue.and Eighth'.street: Uev. J B Pickei, pastor Sunday school it 10.80 a.m. Loyal Men's 10.30 a.m. in church basementrll a.m. and 7 JO p m preaching services Christi'n Endeav or at b 30 p m Bible studv at 3 o'clock at'river bottom; fol- lowed by preaching service. .BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST David Robs, pastor Rev Mr Fmclle ol "Readme, ill reach at 11 a m and 7 30 p m school and adult Bible class.'at' close ol morning service'. FIFTH H. Elmer" Greeri, pastor. Morning sublet, "Hov> can. I lfv e mean neighbor' 7 30 r m Wise 3 Tins is a Labor Day sermon Mrs Green will .sing at_; evening service. 3 p m, Sunday school and Bible class. Wednesday, 8 p m, B "V P U social You "are 'welcome' to "these services. PRESBYTERIAN ST. A. C. Bryan, minister. .'Services 11 a.m. and 7 30 P. m Morning Subject, "The Discipline a Labor Day sermon. Evening, siariing of a series on "The Comjiiest of Canaan" 'A Desert Kitchener." Sunday cnuu at 2 and 3.15 p.m. All-are. welcome. KNOX Services tomorrow at'11-a.rn..ahd 7.30-p.m., con- ducted by Rey. more. Boys' department, of the Sunday school at 10 a.m.. Big Brothers' class in the schoolroom at 1.30- All other departments, including Adult ;Bible class, at 3 p.m. Chinese .class' at 4 p.m. Pull chorus 'choir at both serr vices. Everybody, cordially invited. METHODIST WESTMINSTER- J. B Francis, jiastol Class meeting it 10 a m Services at 11 a m and 7.30 p.m. Morning subject, "The Challenge." .Children's' topic, "Where we get our Evening sub- ject, Men's Own, open'session at 4'pim.; speaker. Rev, H. Elmer Green; subject, "The Man at the Front." WESLEY O. H. Cobbiedick, pastor., Residence, 320 Eleventh street, 'phone 404.' 3 p.m., Bible school, all departments, "H a m., ''The Thirsty'Satisfied." 7.30 p. m., A Labor Day service- Special music by the choir. BELIEVERS Burgmann'i Hall, .418 Thirteenth North bssemble on the Lord's Day tor the breaking of bread at li B.ip Gospel preaching at 73'c.pm.. Dibit rwulng, .Wcdnesdaj, J.U p.m Salt Rheum Began with Itching and. Burning, Watery Pimples. Cuti- cura Soap and Ointment Cured in Two Weeks.. BrlUaut. I sittrepctl with ealt rUouni for nlno niquths. It hcKmriiy kchltiR and burning nnd liiy hands brtiko out ill watery' plmpktf am! 1 cquUl not sleep, only scratch my hands nrid they would blecti. Tho liiniplcs scikll riml WhHc. Kl-oiiC tbo Glio of ]ila llltod with water. I could not put my hands in water at, all. "I tried, and but found no relief until I used Cuileurti Soap ami Ointment. I put tlio Cuiicc.ra Olut- ment on my hands after wnsliine them with Cutlcura Soap nmt iu two weoks thoy wero perfectly cured." Miss Bridget A. Drlatid. Hay 17. 1013. FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS Tho following ]s a most effectivo and cco noinicia trcalmcnt: Gently smear tlio af7 j fccted parts wi th CullcuraOIutniuiit, ontho j end or tlio'fln'gcr. but do not rub. off 'tlio Cutfcura Ointmotib in five minutes with Cuticura. Soap and hot water and contlnuo hatliing for some minutes. This treatment Is best on rising and retiring. At other times use Cuticura Soap freely for tho toilet and bath, to assist In prevcr.Ong iuflainma- tion, irritation and clogging of tho pores For liberal free sr.mplo of each, with 3i-p. book, Bond postcard to Potter Dhjg' Chcm, Corp., Dcpt. D, Boston, U. S. A. PENTECOSTAL, MEETINGS At the home ol Mr. Simmonett, 136 Eighteenth St., N., (between 1st and 2nd avenues. Sunday mornitig at 10.30, Remembering the Lord's Death; Sunday evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, S p.m. Gospel meeting; Thursday evening Sp.ra., Special waiting upon God for the baptism of .the Holy Ghost. Come 'and drink of the water of lite freely. Tor the .Promise is unto you and i your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord, our I God shall call IGERMANS. HAD .WIRELESS I IN MONTREAL j Montreal, Sept. Montreal 1 police announced this morning Jhat j four wireless stations in this city had heBii dismantled by order of Staff Sig- nalling" Off ic'er Alban Germann. Two of theni conducted by. Germans. The stations were on Papineau avenue and Esplanade in Notre Dame !A SPRING CHICKEN Fresh 'lb 2Oc. POT 5 lOc and 12lc. f DELAWS, LIMITED I The War Today At a Glance Conflicting news dispatches and vague official statements Cleave un Sold by all Druggists and Grocers all over Canada. Consign Your Caltie and Hogs to C. Knight Co. and receive their highest maiket value. 4 Liberal Adyaaws Made On Consignments Write or wire us lor our Mar. ket 'Report and Quotation sheet. We are In dally touch with local and outside markets and can advise you to your ailvan tage. C. Knight Co. CHARLES KNIGHT W. J. HYDE Stock Commission Merch- ants, Alberta Stockyards, Calgary. P. O. Box 1Mfv Phone E5M4., armies struggling before Paris today. All accounts agree, however, that the moment Is approaching swiftly when the; French capital must have resort to its own defence. Despite occasion- al 'temporary .successes of the allies, their line, appears to slowly giving ground the German advances; The Germans, in a seem-ed to have'reached points east and vwes't of Paris.'their left wing touching. Ua FerteVsous-Jouarns, in the, department of Seine-et-Marne. The exact position of the German right wing is not known, .but it has not succeeded in getting, around the alli-ss' left, formed by British troops. dispatch says that five Ger- man army corps have arrived at the Vistula river, to support the defence igainst the Russian Invaders of east Prussia. The Russian 'general staff says that .In are sweeping trie'-Ausinans befofc it. Fighting was resumed at Termonde, 16 miles east of Ghent, that the.Belgian forces from Antwerp have again entered the fray. The Servians claim that the Aus- trians left dead after the -bat- Jadar and that the Servians captured 4600 prisoners. An .official statement Paris this afternoon says that the Germans Paris on their right; and to march in a southeasterly di- rection: Great Britain, Russia and France to day signed an agreement that none of the three would make peace without trie congept of all three mm LIST Escaped the Law Henry Brown, charged in. the police court with failing to support his wife and two children and who was. remanded until today for sentence died, hist evening in the Emergency Hospital. ei. There is a moral to the above story, and it is this If you don't support your family while the law will compel you to do it, or send yo.u to jail. If you die and leave ihe.n -A.thout proper financial support, you escape the law. But what'of your moral obligation t i your wife and children be fixed if you sjhould die to-morrow lace the11 situation iquarcly Then, if you haven't da much life assurance as you should have write to us about it and we'll all about the best Imperial Life Policy to meet your particular need. U LIFE Assurance Company of Canada The first officers' casualty list, fol- lowing the engagement on licit allied vith France, Balgium and Russia, m the great is as. follows KILLED Arkroul Ciptain H Kings Qun Yorkshire L 1 Xnderson, Lieutenant G K R Kent regi iricnt; Bond, Colonel R. C., Own, Yorkshires Bowles. Adt J A Field Arbiter, Broadwood, Second Lieut. M. S. R. Ivent ruginient Browning, Capt. C H Rojal field Artillerj Cogh Sec'onii. Lieut. W. H., Hoyal I Field -Artillery Creswell, Capt.. ,F. i J., Norfolk regiment; Lieut. F, M., King's Own, York- shires Ciatacre, Capt. M. B., King's Own, 1 orksiiireb Hammond Sec- ond I leut P K 0 Scottish I Borders ,Maj'. C. S., Royal i Fielil Artillery; Jones, Capt. R. A. Rojal Field Artillcr> Koppel, Capt .A. H., King's Own Yorkshires Lod- gard, Capt. C. A. S., Yorkshire .Re-! 'ginient; Luther, Capt. A. C. G., :King's Own Yorkshires Mitchell, ;Capt. J.-.C., 12th Lancers Lieut. R. F. T.viath Lancers; Noel, Second Lieut. W. .13., King's Own Yorkshires Pack-Beresford'j Maj. C j O. R.. West Kent regiment Phil-' lips, Capt. C. M. R., West Kent! regiment; Itawdon, Lieut. C....H. King s pwn Yorkshires Ritchie, SecomJ Lieut A F, King's Own Gloucester Scames, Lieut H M 20th Hussars btrafiord, llaj Duke, of Wellington's regiment Yorkshires; Shipway, Capt. "0. M., Maj. G. F., King's Own Tylcs, Lieut. J. M., 15th Hussars, Verckor. Second .Lieut. U. H. M. Grenadier Guards; Wifidsor-CHve, Lieut II N Grenadier Otiardb Wynne, Lieut. G. C. Own "Vajjl, C A L, King's Own Yorkshires FOR CONTEMPT OF .COURT Chicago, 111., Sept. Hoyne, State attorney, who criticised Judge W. Fennimoro Cooper in a was fined f500. and- sentenced tan n for contempt of fourt judge Cripp today. J Not Too Late to tnWyoiir Vacation if you go 1o Southern AFIicita's Famous Sitmmej. -with. 18 miles oi ioi and Waterton Lakes Js the. place that assures you a good holiday. 'BEST TROUT FISHING IN THE MOUNTAINS' Al1 THE NEW LAKE HOTEL ff Rates: and per flat 3 Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pincher MANITOBA GIVES FLOUR s r ar_____ Ottawa Sept has just been disclosed here .tliat Sir Redmond Roh- 1m premier of Manitoba through of ficial channels -has offered .bags of flour to tile imperial govern- ment. GERMAN RESCUED BY SUBMARINE Harwich Eng and Sepl Brit ish submarine 1ms brought in a man airman am his mechanic were floatirg on their fallen aeroolane 60 n lea off At ter rescuing I P men the submarine sunk the aeropi ne DUCK SHOOTING Wo canv the ammu- nition that kills the Ducks and Chicken Sovereign Regal and Nitro Club needs can be 'filled at leasonable cost. Guns, Sleeping Bags, Dunnage Bags, Camp Blankets antl Tents, Hunters' KnivcH. The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. FIFTH STREET, ;