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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 106 PACE TEN Hard-Hitting Big' Game Cartridges are the only sure kmd'tQ make your hunting trip the success; you expect it to be. Velocity and accuracy are the two important features in big game ammunition. Dominion Cartridges i t caribou, raooie, dcf- .nd oil Canadian bill li.rae. A lute "h.'t Hip" lo'.dedinto oacli cartridge to b.ck up :he iportmsn 1, No rn'lter wh.t .he condition Dominion the Write tod.y lor our attractive picture "A Chip of the Old Block." Dominion Cartridfte Co., Limited, 783 TraninorttUc" Bldtf-. Moiatriml. DAINTY FKOCK 1 OK THK Dealers, sell SIR JJAVID AND AJJAfeADIAN >AD pv "That's for the sailors." said the lad shvlv "I was saving it up to buy a pair" of skates, but I can do without William? refused the Irlt of the boy." he remarked >Mi Butr !he Picton editor on the arm. and said. Col. Cecil G. Williams, chief re- cruiting officer for the Dominion, tells of an interesting incident which gives tnern. a slimpse of the human side of the character of that ?reat British naval moue; nnli-er. Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty. the sjp in Pirlnn. tint- last fall When-Colonel Williams was lecturing, will do him there, and making an appeal tor com-. The "colonel 'finally took the forts "to D'e'seui to the sailors in I the iad's unselfish spirit so much that ihe assembled the crew of the Lion land read Colonel Williams' letter, to the accompaniment of the cheers of j the men. i 4 few weeks later there arrived in ricton a pair uf the best silver-mount- ed skates obtainable in EnKliir.il. the thanks of Sir David and Lady Bealty for the forty cents given by young I Carter. "It was a paying investment, says i col. Williams. "That pair of skates will he historic." ed Captain Maurice E. Rauset. report- killed in action, was the sou of the late Captain Edonard Dauset, a well-1 ''known Montreal advocate. Captain i Jlanrice Bauset was attached to the I engineering staff at the Montreal city 1 hail. WHO Is Going to Control of The demand is here and must be supplied: We help you with, our big advertising camoaign. People are enthused over this musical in- novation. Sales' possibilities are immense. Our arrangements are liberal. You must acl promptly as territory is being rapidly taken up. Write or wire. OTniPiiDii-'iinio y COMPANY OF CANADA it TORONTO MgAtiaguk gf PhonogMfhs l fine as silk, thanks to Oi my a, MATTRESS for 50 Years of Restful Sleep It" you have never enjoyed the luxury at restful' sleep on a soft, resilient Ostcririoor Matfess (and a Banner Spring) you have treat in store. You will then realize that the Ostermoor means real rest for the rest of your life Look for the name woven in the bind- q Ask your dealer for the Ostermoor or write for agent's name. The ALASKA BEDDING Co. Limited Malign of Brditeadi anil 65W VANCOUVERrCalgary :Hepna: WINNIPEG the finishing touches. I o-.idou after Hungary, is the region to which general atten- tion is turned in Europe in connection with the earl? expected disruption-of the Austro-Hungariau Fmpue ine censorship of the UlJbi has been rig idlv exercise.! on regarding Bo- hemia and the, attuulle and actions I of its inhabitants the beginning of the war and the censors of and Germany weie careml not lo make Ihem known to Ihe orld Novii, of a surprising kind is now being al lowed to reach the public null regard to the very to ing period through which the Kingdo i of Bohemia, has been going. It is thu being made knoi n lhal a special le Eion of Bohemian was ear ly enrolled in the French army for) active service again t Ihe Prassnns i that this legion has hcen giving dts tinguishetl assistance to the'cause of the Allies, and that it 'covered Itself wilh glory In the baule cf Champagne and Arto'is. One I al' the elfectnes, ,of the Bohemian logons it is semi officially .announced were lost m 'these conflicts. It learned that the great bnU nf the interned in concentration camps. The property of the patriots was confiscat- "Tlte Bohemian banks and Indus- trial enterprises which were regarded as hostile to the government of Vien- na were ruined." The leaders of the Czech independ- ence movement have issued a pro- clamation movement regarding their PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. .C.pt. A. ,H. Denoo.n. Pastor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Pastor. n and t. Regular services ai'll a.m. and '.30 camaton m attitude and the alms and aspirations of the Bohemian nation S': Morning: "Ju.t As I Solo and chorus. .Miss. SImm.. Evening: "Glory to a.m.: Boys Department _ 12.30 a.ra.: Big Sisters and Big Broth- 3.oenrSp.m.: Other Departments of Sun day School and Adult Bible Class. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. MoNichol, M.A., Pallor Manse 707 13th Street N. Regular Services at 11 a.m.-i.SO p.m. Junior Sunday School at 2 p.m. Senior Sunday School at P.m. Trinity Church, Hardievitte 'Leslie Logue Boyd, B.A..- Mlni.ter. "'m pm.- Sabbath School. MO p.m.: Church Service. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillan, B.A.. Rector n. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days 'at '8.30: 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Sundays Back Ache METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G; H. Oobbledlck, ANGLICAN Parsonaqe-320 11 in-- 1 Bin Pills Danish backache, no matUr learned Ww The effect'' understand, a ,fpmianl not to numo the pain, hut Gin Pills Jnemian nf th'n trouble. oe, Rhope 404 1 in- all "io- Sec- ond on Ten Commandments -in Jl oil- am Life. Anthem. ".Tesus t.ovei of 3 Adult Classes re- Jnwi.e PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifttf N., Baptist Church am. remembering the Lord's. Death Evening; 7.30, Gos- pel meeting.. 10 a.m.: Sunday School. p.m.. Prayer and tho p.m.. Special wiitlng upon God for the Baptism of. the Holy Gbcst- A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Avo. and 12th St. Sunday am pm Primary 3 p ta Relief 3 pm .'Visitors Always Welcome- Bishop Goo. W 101S 2nd Av. South Phont ships.1' The choir i following at beevennservc Barnby. Solo by Mrs. C E Cameron. "In The Sweet Bye not co numu IMS iiaiu, uuu farnprnn "In The bweet Kye tnat tne greai to the source of the trouble, j O..-U.. Wineruii. ..i people-was not mereh imlilfeient to go V and Bye." Dow. God .of Mj the war. like so nuny of the subject orith Sullivan. jooples of Central. Europe, but that it was actively hostile to the w u trom the very beginning Officially, the I irgdom of Bohenm is at present a hellifeerent enemj of, the Allies. In reality Hie Bohemians look 011 the cause or Ine Allies as thUi cause, and thej alreadi suf fered much in order to further tbe success of that cause. The Bohem the Kidneys, restoring the functions of these organs, and with I the blood purified, and inflammation I'allayed, the pains disappear per- EUCCKMS ians refused to subscribe to the war loans and destrojed cieral depol- of provisions and supplies to ent Iho army from being able tc utilize thorn: of those subject to military service the country others used every conceivable expedi ent to avoid taking part in the war in the Austrian ranlts. "The vengeance taken by Austria, says1 Jules Desires, in the Petit Paris lien, "was terrible. Thousands of con- demnations to death were pronounced against: those who proved refractory aiid refused to submit: .thousands of the rebels and their friends were im- prisoned; thousands of suspects were Other indications that the kidneys Durifymg the hlood stream pro- perly are frcftueut headaches, depoaita in the unno, touches of rheumatism na-mo but a few evi-ry case calls for Gin Pills. SOc a hot or 6 ooies for at all druggists Sample free if yon write to Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ont. Harvest Home and Thanksgiving Ser- vices nest Sunday, October 8th. Westminster Church Rev. J. B. 'FranciV 10 a Children's (Jlass Meeting- 11 am.: Children's "Topic: "Making Faces." Sermon: "The Voyage of Life" Special address to High BAPTIST Church Cor. 3rd Ave and 9th St S 'Services at 11 a m and 7 30 p m Rec. C. C. McLaurm will preach at both services. Sunday School at 12 Everybody Welcome. Life pec School students who arc specially i i 45 p m.: "Blue Bird" Rally Day in the 'Surd-" School. Every member of all Departments Is asked to he early. A cordial welcome to everybody to see the Bluebird feathered. A.unique nrogram.5ls-arranged.; 30 p in .TopicT A song sermon repeated by request. ____ a britfii. latfef ,IUH littlo effort and jcetp the feather tofl, thin the life ef yoor ikon. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Hull Block, 'i. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening. Testimony rae-al inz at 8 plni. i: READING ROOM OPEN TO ALL. BELIEVERS Burgman'a Hall, 418 Uth St North Believers asaemble on the Day for the Breakins of Bread at 11 a.m. Sunday Scnool al 3 pm Goapel Preaching al 730 pm Bible Reading, Wednexiay 74S pm SALVATION ARMY Servicea Held at tne Citadel, Bth St a-m. Holiness MMting; vatiori Meeting i Week 8 pm rub Thursday, 8pm Salvation Meeting Citadel band In attendance Saturday, 8 pm eaaT meeting. .CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30: Bible School, followed by com- munion- 630: Christian Endeavor. Strangers Cordially Welcomed CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In the Howt Hall, Higlnbjrtham Block, Entrance 5th Avenue South Wedne.dayt-at S pro Bible CIMH t pm, to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at 730 pnv. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God Destiny the BntHH Em'pire." All Seats fnt. Me Collectlcn TIPPERARV WORN OUT iondon I Tipperarj has gn Way at Hie battlefront to song with a raggy Hit whose theme Ii that IhC Imlletl will fcot the other fellow Tlppi-raiv !a through, worn out by repetition The pleto goeji with a bing with thcTtroops and threatens to ho come as popular as llppnar} ever was J i Men ar1- The bcl'i of hell go 'n'g Kor you but not for me. For me the angels slnga-linga liMf They re got the gopds, for me O Death where Is thy stlng-ailngn .O "Grave -thy. v'Storec, The hells of hell go ting a ling a ling 1 oi you but not for me The sales of NolncmciS Cigsra more than trebled during the pa tiiftse montliir jrou tried o ;