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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TUB LETiromnc.K DAILY SATniOAY, SKI'Tl-JMHKU 22, AGIG CONTAINS NO ALUM 'POWDIK Users of this well known article have the assurance that food, is made more wholesome and nutritious by its use. Magic" is'a pure phosphate baking powder, and it is a well known fact that phosphate is a necessary constituent in food, while alum is a dangerous min- 32J eral acid. "Magic" Baking Powder con- tains no egg albumen or other added ingredient for the purpose of making unfair and deceptive tests which have no value as a constituent of baking powder. For economy buy the full weight l-lb'size." E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG MONTREAL Senator DeVeber's Speech on the C. N. R. Purchase Senator UcVetier grant. But no; that belonged lo an other company run Sunday evening's sermon. "In cjrcumstances- and I know that by Messrs. Osier, Hammond Nan ton. And I presume the Canadiai [-.I... Northern iiailroad are running thing tionlng the -vsar. what do you do [hey any o( the land at in verj, f-jmo ,vaj-. hecaus with the sixth tnan js an They sold some I jlave a Canadian Noithern On the allied armies prove, their some a( j; anj some at ?lo a Canadian N'orther Ikattan in the war? if so, upon what anj think'they are holding Company, a Manitoba Com rfe expect our members; we welcome all oihers. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Mooe Hall, Hlglntolhim Block, Entrance St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays: S p.m., Bible Class. Sundays at 50 a.m. lo commemorale _______ some now at about an acre. They pany, all In-one, but yet separated s had also the town sites. I think I am vou cannot touch one of them figuring the land value very low when vou nappcn to get Judgment agains I put It al Add this lo the profit above, which makes a profit of Then they had the annual bonus of SSO.OOll for twen'y years, amounting to or a grand total of profit amounting lo on a road costing according to their own figures another. They have Ihe affnir s much tnixctl tip, In such a state, tha I defy the devil, with the aid-of Philadelphia lawyer, to get al the bot- tom of it. the Lord's Dsalh. ?nd 7.30 p.m. A uwccl little profit, Is U Cor, 3rd Ave, and 8th St. S, Frank A. Andrews, Minister. Residence, 806 ?th St. S. Phone 1547. 0.3D am..: Bible School followed by preaching and communion. Subject, "The Function of God's Word. .30 p.m.t Preaching service. Subject. "The Abundant Life." SALVATION ARMY Icrvices Held at the Citadel, 5th St a.m., Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m. Praiso .Meeting and 7.30 Sal ysllon Meeting. .Wfttk S pra. Pub lie Meeting. Thursday, 8 p.m. Salvation Meetlog Citadel band In Saturday, 8 p.m., free and i Everybody Wefctmt Christian Church to proclaim the glad of the Kingdom o! God. Subject: "A New Government Coming. How Will Ihe Change be Affecled? The Answer Revealed by the Pro- phet Daniel." Ml Seats Free No Collection BELIEVERS Hall, 418 13th SI. North. Believers assemble OD the Lord's Day for tho Breaking of Bread tl U a.m. Sunday School at i p.m. ipel Preithlng At 7.30 p.m. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Room 12, Stafford Block, Stli St. S Meetings as follows: Wednesday, 8 p.m., nible Study. Sunriay. 3 p.m.. Bible Slu'ly. Kundey, 7.30 p.m., Proclaiming Good Xew 3 of the Kingdom of "Good of great Joy whfc shall be unto all people." LATTER DAY SAINTS Ihurch of Jesus Christ of LaKer Day Sair.fs Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St. S. Sunday a.m. Sacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Alwayt Oeo. W, Coin, 1016 Avt. South. Phon> 1453. ty council. The meeting also look up the mat. the choice of Motor in Canada, a Win- nipeg magazine, as tho ofiicfal publi- cation o[ Ihe Ic-ngue. A meeting of the club will be helil shortly after the return of the dele- gates to hear reports anil decide on er of representation at the meeting I other important matters. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission (Apostolic Faith) Cor. Sth Ave. and 18th U. H. Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor. Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tuesday anil Thursday at 8 pin. Divine Healing. Jesus is Coming S4on All Scats Free No CoHeclion A HEAUTV WELCOME TO ALL The Qu'Appelle, Long Lalre ami Saskatchewan Hallway was built ex- actly on the same miles, wltli a capital stock ot bonded for JS.SOS.HO, making In all The cost of the road, 25D miles, waa Ilemcmber. In-regard to the Calgary and Edmon- ton railway, they reported lo Ihe de- partment a cost of per mile, whereas the second engineer, Mr. Drury, told me that It did not cost them over per mile. I art nuot- ng the departmental figures. The] cost of the Qu'Appelle, Lone Lake and i Saakalhewan road wan eavlng a profit of Tho and grant of acres per mile, acres, al amounted to I am putting It In at be- cause thoy sold that land In a block (o an American company at that fig- ure. Therefore, there If a profit of and, wllh th6 added, therf la a profit of or, In ali, the profits on the two roads, costing lo build at their own figures was I may say In regard to that _000 bonus, In connection with the and Saskatch- ewan that, In an agreement made with Hio Canadian Tactile Kal.lway Corn- nd the fsrnil flavor. Antl tfils brisk, iU benefit (heir health, 'sa icoltiig will be phased ccdwith onu delightfully .erc's the life witi of the sturdy appetizing Hie icfredlj ing, t hirst- 3of pure spring water IB That atfips win shortly liavo lo bfi taken towards changing thn prsaftnt manner of jmrJdng In the; business BOdlons of 5th St, K, ami 3rd Ave, was Iho very emphatlr opinion expressed al a mctollng of the members of the Lellihrldgc Automo )llc Club Tuesday, while consi fcri [Jon tit the .proposer! new city Irnffic was under way, A resolution moved by V, K. Green and seconded by J. H. Virtue, re com men cling that automobiles be net all a wed [o Bland on 5th St. K. between 1st Ave. R. and Bin Ave, nor on 3rd Ave. H. be- tween 5th SI. and Sth St. S. for a longer ncrfod than 30 mtnu.es al any onC time, was carried and will be for- warded to the city commissioners. The meeting also recommended that the city provide a taxi-aland for auto llvor- Ics QfT the main slrccU. The felt that Iho rule against narking should not be enforced all at oner, but that '.he bylaw should be put through, printftd In pamphlet form and a copy pany to take over and ojferale the pvft Into tho hands of every nulo own road, the company becomu reepona- tf. Automobile Club will under- A boUla toforo mciLt and on retiring b splendid tonic- Forjnedk.mal pufpcwfca it cannot be beaten. Try it. Orxid dranfeiiMtt CAM. dubi, rwUurAali, Put up la qiiiute, pintx, btH pCato, or in OKLT IT Winnipeg, Man. JK MERCANTILE (JO., LTD. Exclusive Agents and Distributors for Southern Albcrtn. KETAILERS NAMES: JACKSON i. CO., DRUG01STS, ALBERTA BUFFET. LETHBRIOQE HOTEL, ALEXANDRA HOTEL. DALLAS HOTEL. OLYMPHIA CONFECTIONERY. PALACE CONFECTIONERY. ;