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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ftAGE SIX THE t'S-i'H BRIDGE WAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER II, 1915 INTH1 LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S K1KST LUTHERAN Sixth Kirtt-ratli stri'st; ficv. C. Grunt, min- ister. Sunday si-hoot at 3 u. m. Services at 7.30. ROMAN' CATHOLIC ST. Fourth j avenue nml vj'ratli street, licv. Kath-; IT Uosentlwl, pastor Krv. Fr. Mm-! Uve-in assistant. Children's Jlass at j a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. i Svnday scluiol al 3 p.m. live-tuns vice at 7.30. Se-niiuiis at each service, i CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF. CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh j strret. Service at eleven a. nl. Wed- i nesday evening testimony meeting. 8 p. iu.' Thc reading room is open to i everyone every day from three to five p. til. Everygne is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Ha1i, -IIS Thirteenth slroet. North assemble on the Lord's Day for the [breaking: of bread at 11 a.m.: i school it 3 p.m. Gusm-'l preaoliins at p.m. liiiiln reiuiini: Wednesday, PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Avc. North liaptist church. Sunday inorniiig at 11 n'clock, remembering j the Lord's death. Sunday evening j 17 ofl Gospel meeting. Tuesdav at S; ip'.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at London. Sent. the question S p.m., special waiting upon God for put to the man on the street, "Who is the most popular recruiting agent in lie would undoubt- edly answer, the Canadian sergeant ia Trafalgar Square. .Proof of this can .r........ Thursday at _ r...... waiting upon God for the baptism oi the Holy Ghost. hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services arc held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows Sundr-V. 11 I a.m.. Holiness meeting; p. m., j praise meetins, and 7.30, Salvntionl i meeting. WeekT nights Monday. S p. cloclc round tho tamous plinth. jm., public meeting. Icel by sisters tho Canadian Holds ho had any day between and in., Soldiers' ANGLICAN ST. U'Gl'STI.VS corner at 7 St-CKi'i avenue cnid ftrees South: Rev. Canon Sur.day. Ssr-temner 12: S a.'ii.. Holy 11 a.m.. Mr.t- with sermon. Rev. Canon preach. Sur.Say j li- a.m. ST. MARY'S Cnrr.CH-Corner SUl Avc. and 1-U: ft. C. N. Holy'" service at 11; evening service Sttndav school at 2.50. a. m." Choral "tfucharis't 'on the "1st and Sundays of tho nionth at 11; a m and on" all Hitfi Festivals. Appreciates'': o p.m.. Bible school and Adult classes; 7.30. "Aspiration as a Force in Character." firs: of two ev- on the 2nd ami 1th Sunday at suing sermons to young people. Morn- II a.m. Sunday school and adult ing anthem. "What Are Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at i iSiainerl: trio for ladies' voices, ,7.30. i "Lift'Thine Eyes to the Mountains" ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner; anthem. "I will lay of Eleventh street and avenue: me down in peace" South: Rev. Cancn V. McMUien. Hushes, choir'.eader. September li: Sun-i Street N., day school. Adult, and Junior Boys'. pvev j B. Francis, pastor. Services and Girls' classes. ?.m. Rveu-; tomorrow at 11 a.m.: Rev. John song at 7.30. The Rev. Canon of Edmonton will speak: Wednesday S p. Thursday o p. in., meetimr, Citadel hand in attendance Satwdav. S u. m. free and easv meet- i '.Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath scliool, 11 LATTER DAY SAINTS a. til.; evening service at 7.30. A. M. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF .McLeod, pastur._ LATTER DAY of HEiHODlST geventh avenue and twelfth WESLEY: corner Fourth avenue a.m.. Sunday school; 2 p.m.. Eleventh street; Rev. G. H. Cob- jacrament meetinz. Visitors always pastor: parsonage, 320 El- welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, lOlli eventh street, 'phone j Second avenue, South. tomorrc'v: ll a.m.. Man God' o- i-he re forth eart-to-heart way with an im- IN BANFF VICINIIY Ottawa, Sept. discovery of ilic higlu-st importance in connection with the future development of agri- culture in western Canada has jisll bccji made by ollicials ot the mission of conservation. Dean Atlanis, T ehnirman of the conimittce o( miner. I !als ui llie H'- -s -1 tlie commission's mining cngi- I j ncer, who have iust returned from the report thai big deposits of phos'jj'.nic lime occurs in the llanlT nr.tiuii.il park in the Uocky moun- tains. The importance of this discovery may lie more fully from the fact that phosphoric acid is one of the chief plant foods anil it Is re- j moved from the ?oilt especially in the j production of cereal crops, such as wheat, etc. if the fertility oi the land is to he maintained it is neces- sary to replace it by some form of phosphate fertilizer. Bin Demand for Phosphate In all'countries where modem me- "thods of agriculture are practiced there has sprung, up an enormous de- mand for phosphate fertilizers, and every available source of the raw i material for their manufacture, has for years past been eagerly sought, and vigorously exploited. Large de- posits occur in Klorida up dpilv i alH' South Carolina, but those 'I-ii approaching exhaustion. are the speakers call i r thc vaudeville show." oeposits of phosphate C. W. Niemever went from >'ave- "1C Lancashire to Canada some years ago vears. been discovered ta Utah, Ida- and returned three montts" since as a member of the first Canadian con- j a.re V'ObMv .the latest deposits of rifigent. Since he came to this coun- 1 Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon Tea, Cott'ee, Bak- ing Powder, Spices, Jelly Pow- ders and Extracts. Purest and When in doubt use Blue Ribbon. We guarantee perfect satisfaction with all our pure food products. GERMAN WOMEN POISON WELLS ry he has proved so successful a re- officer that, on thc basis ot 1493. {a day's leave allowed by the War Of- fice for recruit secured, tie reckons thai about ten year's fur- lOiigh is due to him, Behmd the show, however, business is done; one day, for instance, be- tween 3 and- -1 o'clock, no fewer than L70 men joined the colors. The Can- adian's methods, says the Daily Gra- phic, are most iiersucpive, and his dialogue, though brief, is instructive imd direct. Here is how in three min- utes he got two recruits yesterday.. Grimsby, Ont., Sept. lit-; would serve if he A tie police village oi Snuthvillc, eight i white-haired veteran in Harris tweed (with ijhree sons serving) stepped itvill preach. PRESBYTERIAN KXOX CHURCH; Rev. A. H. Den- oon, pastor; Manse, 1210 Fourth av- enue telephone Annies south of here, i, all agog with i excitement over the biggest tfl the Mrs. Annet will sing, Rest i or near-tragedy, that has ever hap- A wniing man is in the Lord Class meeting at 10 pcned in that section. ihe plinth, follow phosphate of lime hit'iierto discovered and thc United States government considered them of the highest im- portance in connectjon with future agricultural developments, reserved them from 'entry. Consolidated School at Barons Now Open children's topic. "Driftwood." p.m.. Memorial service to Miss Barons, Sept. Barons Con- solidated school is an actual fact, and opening session hep ins on Mon- day, yept. 13, with a staff pi three represent this j teachers, L. t_. Grace, principal; Mr. CHRISTIAN tomorrow at 11 a.m. and i.SO p.m. Morning subject, "The blaster Sin of j the. Age." Anthem. Shall Bwoll j and Sth St., in the Land" Evening sub-1.-Asher, pastor. Servici keep the otner company. 11.30. 7.30. CI-IRISTIAX CHURCH Cornet Rev. G. tomorrow ject, "Why be Twenty 1'ifl.do .'Bible school. Morning sermon oiiinnte organ recital before the ser- vice: Prelude and Fugue-in C Minor "Fes- tlTal .March" (Herbert TV. anthem, "The Radiant 'Mora" (Wood- Bis Sisters class at 12.30; sermon, BAPTIST I i-IRST BAPTIST: CHURCH-Rev. inent physician n.-tnr il 11 a voune man pm. ISiTth" Bibf, school and adult class. Morning sub- What tUrted out in a joyous party ctemer, with all ended up, it is alleged, in a drunken j carousal, and as a result one man is j lying now near death's door and an-j oilier is out on heavy bail. On nesday, Dr. Munro, a one-time _prom- s then hauled up on iConn, Miss V. Imason, ed quicklv- by a win- Six vans are to bring the ig Brothers'. and Boys' department fjeci; "Tht- Constntiaine Call." Even- of, .Sunda" school at oilier de-jiug subject, "The Upivard Look." partinents o'clock: Chinese class] GHRtSTAOELPHIANS at 4 pm. Even-one welcome. I CHRISTADELPHlLAKS Meet in ;ST." ANDREW'S CHURCH Paa- j Ins Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, tor. Rev. A. G. Bryan. Morning ser- Entrance 5th street south and 2nd .vice1 at 11 a.m., "The Gospel. What it j iiresiie south Wednesdays at 8 p.ta. is." Evening service at 7.30, subject, i Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to "Earning the V.C." junior Sunday j commemorate the Lord's death, and -ecaool at senior Sunday school at at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad 3.35 tidings oi the Kiagdoin oi God. Suh- TRINITV CHURCH. HARD1E-I Ject, "Toe last and greatest coroaa- T.-T. -Faichney. Ser- Ition in Uie world's All seats vices for Sunday-. Seutember 12: Child j free. Xo collection- _.. __med' George Copeland received, -it-is-alleged, .a considerable quantity of liquor from-the city, A real delight; f akf ast Fill a canteloupe with TOASTED CORN 5 FLAKES Smithville being under local option, j Upon .its arrival- they proceeded jto I have, a feast at Copeland's House, j .During the evening, it is said, they! became drunk and a quarrel started, Copelaod getting Munro down and j pounding him severely and wound up j by throwing -him through a large! window, cutting him badly about the i face and head, and giving him a bad gash in the neck. It IE not known how long he lay there before being found. About six j o'clock on Thursday morning neigh- j bors found Mucro outside the house- in a very precarious condition, and at'the time oi writing little hope is held out for his recovery. The offic- ers of the law were called in, and af- ter investigating placed Copeland an-[ dcr arrest. He before the j Magistrate and was allowed out on bail. J Both men, it is stated, have been heavy drinkers, and, during thc pastj three months, have been in the habit of holding regular carousals. Cope- land's father Jives in Toronto. pupils from the surrounding districts. Thft agitation for Consolidated schools in Karons was begun ahout 1 Four years ago hy a lew men inter- ested along that line, but met with some opposition and much indiffer- ence. Through the efforts ot C. W. Hanson, who was in constant com- munication: with the department at Edmonton, the subject was brought to the notice of the parties interest- ed at intervals. Finally the matter was brought lo a vote of the rats- payers, in July last, and each dis- trict carried '9r consolidation with a small majority. The pupils living in thc country as well as those _in Barons have the advantage of the high school right at home. Magrath Case to Supreme Court Magrath, Sept. The prelimin- ary hearing of. 'Bernard Bradshaw, charged with wilfully damaging and destroying certain personal property of a homesteader By the name of Sommers, came ofi yesterday before Justice Beenian of this place. A great number of witnesses were examined by both sides and several exhibits were submitted. j It appears that Soinmers, as a renter of young Bernard Bradsbaw's father's land, was givtn the free use of a shack situated on the land he ex- pected to farm. on in l-he sea- son' when seeding operations were his-departure young Hradshaw moved out to the farm and under instruc- tions from his father took possession of the shack. Some of Sommer's effects were still in it and these he claims wore damaged to the extent of The case was purely a technical one and as such was remanded bv Justice Beenian to the supreme court. Bail was fixed at one thousand dol- lars, halt of which was furnished hy the accused, and the other half hy his uncle, 'Mr. R. W. Bradshaw; IEAL BRAND COFFEE Two Favorites In. }4, 1 and 2 pound cans. pulverized also Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 163 BRITISH BUY MULES Kansas City, .Mo., Sept. agents in the last two months have bought more than pack mules here, according to statements of loca'i dealers today. Some the mules taken recently were more than 35 years old, the dealers said. In the last two weeks more than 1500 muleE have been ship- ped out of Kansas City and routed by way of New Orleans to Egypt. It is believed that 'the Missouri mules will be used to supply transportation for a new Asiatic campaign against the Turks. AFTER VACATION PEEL i YOUR DISCOLORED SKIN I Women returning from the seaside with browned, reddened or freckled amount of make such best come off, for no "beautifying" will ever skin pretty to look at. Tbe surest, safest, easiest way lo shed the de- spoiled cuticle is with the treatment. suggested. Put the wax on- before. retiring, as you would cold cream, and rinse it off next "morning with warm water. .Minute particles' of scarf akin will peel off day 'by da; gradually showing the healthy, yoi ful skin beneath, wax, day, .uth- One ounce of mer- r- i icolized wax, obtainable at any drug H. OstLund defended, while bertf. etor3i jg en0ugh to make any dis- Coleridge prosecuted the case. j colored or spotted complexion clear, i white and satlnv sofi. action-is' EIGHTEENTH BATTALION GOES i no iajurv. !EJ and the _. faflfc no trace of Its use. Stratford, Ont., Sept. cab'ie- Burning 'irritating winds and gram was received rrrp art such wrinkle-makers that the effect thatjthe 18th at thcjoaily UKP of the following astringont- Seconcl Contingent had the English Channel to France. The bat- talion is made tiy. of western Ontario men, and is commanded by TJeiit. Col.Wlgle of Windsor. tonic loilon at this season is highly advi.sa.ble: Powdered saxolite, 1 oz., dfnsbived in witch tiazel. nt. .Used as a, face bath tills, i wrinkle remover and wtive, TAMPER WITH POPE'S MAIL "Cologne, Germany, Sept. Koeltiische Volks Zeitung, the leading Catholic orga'n in Germany, raports that official correspondence of Pope Benedict, with the papal iiuncio of Munich, posted at Rome, has not ar- rived at its destination in several'in- stances. Letters containing the ap- pointment of the bishop of Gnezen and Posen, and also ing thc Breslau diocese, are among those alleged to be missing. The newspaper invites the Italian govern- ment to investigate the matter. TO APPRAISE MANITOBA'S PUBLIC BUILDINGS Winnipeg, Man., Sent. Nor- ris government yesterday contracted with Uie Canadian Appraisal Co. of to make a complete' ap- praisal of public .buildings in the pro- vince, and thc provincial telephone service, the work to be finished with- in sixty days. This is the first stey in a depart- mental investigation of the erection of every public-buildins in Manitoba. The Eiiggestlon emanated from. Hon. Edward Mrown, provincial treasurer. Asked if the appraisal was to take into consideration the matter of de- preciation, .Mr. Brown eaitl it was to Ulace an'accurate cost on-the erec- tion of the buildings. The result, .lie estimated, ivould be to show nearly leas than Uie book values, after taking, in the telephone utility nurchase and Buildings. thc new Parliament. CANCEL KELLY'S FAMOUS CONTRACT Man.. Sept. gov- ernment has cancelled thc contract Which Thomas Kelly Sons had the province for (.he construction of the new, paillament buildings, In con- nection with which the rVcont acM> 111 London, Out., Sept. letter; re- ceived tonight by F. Coolo of the Globe Casket Co., from Scotland, quotes a Scottish officer home on fur- lough from the front to the effect that eleven German women, disguis- ed and acting as French nursing sis- ters, were recently shot by French soldiers. It was found that the wo- men bad- been putting poison in the drinking water of wounded French of- ficers, and that a number had died as a result, he said. GEORGE T. HOLLOWAY NGted 'British metallurgiat who has been appointed the New Ontario Nickel Commission, WOMAN REFUSES OPERATION Tells How She Was Saved by Taking Lydia E, Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. Loguisport, Ini "My baby wn over a year old and I bloated till I was a burden to myself. I.suffered from fe- male trouble so I could not stand on my feet and I felt like millions of needles'were prick- ing me all over. At last my doctor told me that all that would save me was 6 n operation, but this I refused. I DEATH OF' ONTARIO NURSE New York, N.Y., Alice ITuxtable, 2fi, a graduate nursa in Bellevuft Hospital, died there yes- terday, .when undergoing; an opera- tion for tiie removal of a needle from her right lung. While a student iu ihe hospital in 1912, Miss Huxeabla accidentally swallowed the needle when calming n refractory patient. One of the attending gurgcons, Dr, M. L, Morris o'f Be'llevue, was her fiance. .Miss iHuxtable lived at Osboni hall, opposite the hospital, and was. a nil; tivo of Cliasterville, near Ottawa, Ont. PORT HOPE, ONTARIO Residential Chordi ficboel for .FpUKUED IH( _ jUful.___ W ___ Term Far Calftdar atflv to Ike fftmiimattgr, GRAHAM ORCHARD, M.A. C iUn The Board of Royal Academy of Music Royal .College of Music LONDON. ENCLAND. for Ucil EximlniUois IB Mosle PAT10N Us Mijttly the Music Cxaihlnia'tlens' 1M6 to Pupil, of .111Wh.ri of Mutle. The Annual Examinations in Practical Music and Theory will Ix: held throuRlioiit Canada iu May and June, 1916, ation in Theory only will be held November loth 1915, application to be made by October ist1915. An exhibition value about fyx> offered annually also a Gold and aiSilveir Medals, Syllabus, Music for thc examinations and all particulars may be obtained oa applica- tion to i H. WAKING DAVIS. 771 Sinter Stttil. IbalreiL (Besifent Secretary Mr.tiniO.) Parents and Teachers wialiinj; to enter their pupils fo'r-tliese eiamia'ations should communicate with the Secretarv at once ami their names placed on mailing list, 6 told my hu'band to get me a bottle of LydiB-E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound and I would try it before I would submit to any operation. He did so and I improved right along. I am now doing til my work and feeling fine. v "I hope other suffering women will try your Compound. I-will recommend it to all I know." B. Franklin Since we gunrantco that nil teatimo- nials which we publish ere genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound has the virtue to help these women it will help tiny other woman is suffering in a i like manner? If you arc ill do'not drag along until en operation necoasary, but once I take Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable j Compound. j Write to JLyrtia 13. Plnkhiimj j Mass, Your letter wH lie opened, j rend and by a woman end held in strict confidence, Claude PHONE'1BO Organist anil Choirmaster ot Wesley Church; f Tcdehor of Singing, Theory, Sight Singing, Bar Training: Pupils prepared' for Old Country or Canadian 327 11th Street South. ALBERTA LADIES COLLEGE RED DISEK, ALflEflTA. A High Class Rmidentlal For Girls and Yourig Womtn. NEXT TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 7th, 1915 A'cadomli! Work covering both Public and HIBh Sefcool work up to Junior Matriculation, s Sjuslc, An, Household Science anil Commercial Course. fully qualified and experienced stall. Fees reasonable. Write for Prospectus. t N. 0. M.A., President. ;