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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMMOOC, AtTA., WCOMMOAY. AURIL 7, MOVINC__ ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Head Drewes 2. Hnesty 3. Owni Girl 4. Ristic Heroiie o N o- "WHEN" Pricet I5c and 25c.s 1. Herbert, the Frogman 2. Black and Leslie Singing, Dancing anil Acrobatic Comedians CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY OF GENERAL BOOTH Good Style and Good Taste New Fit-Reform 2 button Sack Suit appeals to men who want something new and different. The lapels are long arid.grace- set close together pockets and toll cuffs. This style is extreme enough to be distinctive yet is in perfect taste. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for LABOR UNIONS APPEAL LORD ROBERTS AND i CANADIAN BOYS 'Marshal Will 'Entertain School Boys at Dinner High To Privy Council Against Picketing j Decision of Manitoba-'Court [Field Winnipeg, AprU Labor tin-; ions of Winnipeg decided once j appeal to-the Privy .Council of Eng- j April Mar- land against the ruling of the Mani-jsnall Roberts has conveyed by toba Court of Appeals preventing pick- eablg dinner in Eng- ctting of factories where the strike' has been- declared. This decision School Canada. -0 the' labor unions in 1 boys who win jfree trip to the-'old Twelve boys, picked from each pro- PR! NCE j.vince will sail for a three weeks' tour TOWNS ITE SALE i'of. England, Scotland and Vancouver April 6.-An important Wales in, July. The. .con- anlrnc'ment was made today by fined to; Canadian high schools and Mr CD Rand government sale'collegiate- institutes and ..contest-. in agent, that the Government of Bri- i securing votes for subscnptic tiah Columbia and Grand Trunk Roberts' dinner party to the Pacific Railway Co.iwill -hold jtuL boys will be Salvationists in all parts of the world, fire making preparations for tht! r.elobruUon of their great chief's 80th birthday, not by [eastings and toastings, but in keeping with those high purposes which have caused Gen oral Booth's name to become a house hold word in all parts or the world. Special mcetinga arc to be held on Good Friday in all Barracks, and on Saturday, April Grand" Old Man's birthday tea par- ty takes place, followed by a thanks- giviiig service. On Easter Sunday also, special services will be held. The afternoon service in most cases will be held in a civic building or church, and the leading civic officials und ministers will officiate. Every- where there will be a note of thanks- giving sounded lor a life that has been fraught with such blessing to i the world at large, and. to hundreds [of thousands of lives in particular. j No other living man has been privi- leged to see such a majestic crown- imr to his other man has been so honored by all classes, from Royalty downwards, as this great vet eran octogenarian, who has just con- cluded a vigorous campaign in some of the principal cities of Scandinavia The significance of small things when actuated by deep conviction and right principles, has been, by the fac- tor of time, as wonderfully demon strated in William Booth's life and j work as in the case of Luther. That uttered by a female voice, and ringing with as deep a realiza- tion as another path as "God's way" as had already taken possession of her husband's heart, settled for Mr. and Mrs. Booth their future course, and thus started, by a single act, which was in itself a parry with these influences that thought to dis- circumscriby their iniluence, a cru- sade that, in less than a .quarter of a century, was to shake the world; Nobody foresaw it, and the rapidly developing movement was no less a. surprise to its God-honored author than to others. To employ another .simile, the tiny barque was many times through suc- ceeding human eyes at least _swamped by relentless waves of opposition, obloquy and wilful slan dering. Like the lifeboat, 'however, she rose by her own inherent truth and integrity, and weathered through until spectators, who had been, look-; ing for plunge" were chang- ed either from unreasonable doubters or indifferent observers, into enthus- iastic admirers, and in the course or time, j she compelled attention, and more. Think of the abuse hurled u within a quarter of a century; about the head of this grand old veteran, and then recall that within the pasc' decade he has been honored with- some of the highest emoluments the TO TELL 'every cold affect your caiwe of chUluwas, followed by of the kidney action. the twe of or beer excite Aro you ewily womodjind annoyed over trifle -Are thtv .wid hands cold? Circulation Dothefcet and leci swell! fo'there puffiness under tho rheumatism, poor eveiifiht.' and -backaches? IB thew or unnatural action of the kidneys? If you have any of the above symptoms your kidneys are-either weak or Jnd these symptoms arc wanungB of. more ierious troubles to follow; Bright Diaease, Diabetes or Whatever you do, whatever you think your disease fs, look well to your kidneys at the first aign of anything vrong, Give them lust the aid they require in Doans Kklnov Pills, the Great Quaker Kidney Medicine, and see how well and fit you feel even a few Mrs 0 Warren, Badissou, Sask., writes: WM troubled with very severe pains in my back I tried everythmgl ootdd think of but they did me no good. A-frieud told mo about Doan's Kidney Pillg and after taking two boxes, I have not been troubled since." Price 50 cents per box, or 3 boxesi for tf 25 at all dealers or The T. MilburD Co' Limited, Toronto. In orderinfripecify Doan V. SEE OUR FOR GardenTools! Quality the Beit the Lowest ijHayr Bros. Daily Herald Market haw to ssM w tt rtitsuct It to this CdMM, If yM wwt uytfetaf MM Oil 25e O t ItMfttew tor SI TO BEHT-Two giii Block. Apply C. to in 0 LEt-1 small buiMfcg path St. Between flriitfc and Suiubk for lior Herald SITUATIONS VACANT stenographer office assistant. Apply Box 0., Office. 90-0 roomi, centrally ed, by two younf ladies. 4 t Herald Office. Greneral Hardware ALTA I good general servant. Apply Mrs. W. C. Simmons, 322 Ash- inead" St. 91-0 zooms suitable tor jedroom, and sitting room, by two oung ladies. Bedroom itting room unjurakhed. Ccmtralb ocated. Apply Box-Mai., fierald nice girl for housemaid work only. Good wages. Apply Box 5, C-o Herald. 9i-0 WANTED TO house, ly igtating rent to Box 8. A. JL, Herald. 974 servant. Apply Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, corner Ernest and Dufferin Ste. 94-0 to plow and seed at once. W. K. Dobbin. builder. One hav- 1 ing experience on continuous double deck ovens. Apply Schweitzer Bros. 96-0 held auction sale of "Prince. Rupert towh- siie lots in Vancouver from May 25 to 29th.. ERNEST "LAMBKECHT Christian Scientist. Service, every Sunday at London i tion. and. will be an early func- sion, and, you find the personality of the great -humanitarian manifesting itself. In Canada -he has been the guest of the and Lieutenant Governors'of different Provinces. Hisj keen observation, his touch of tor, and his infinite confidence in-hu-j ____nature, have all constituted an unique personality that has made him a welcome visitor everywhere, and from all parts of the world and from all -nationalities- and colors -and peo- ples, the old veteran will be greeted With greetings on his 80th birthday." A .at some of the main points 01 his life will be of interest: Born. April 10th, 1829. Converted at the age of fifteen, he became at an active worker am- ong the Methodists. Entered Methodist New Connection Ministry, in 1852. Married Miss Catherine Mumiord (now held, in remembrance as the "Mother of. the- Salvation 1855. Resigned from ministry and start- ed to "work among the poor, on his own lines, in 1861. Established the Christian Mission in. the East And of London, in 1865. Rapid growth of movement and adopting of semi-military tactics led to change' of name to "The Salva- tion in 1877. I Calls from other j meats sent to .United States, Austra- ilia and Switzerland in 1881. Can- arid several othe'r countries were -'attacked soon ai'ter.) Darkest England and the Way published, and Eng- land" scheme launched in 1890. L The marvellous development of the world can bestow, Among these the; in its.'spiritual and social Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Motto- Cleanliness and Purity Cox Son Phone347 P.O.BoiSO Two good once. Apply Model rant waitresses -at Union Restau- 96-0 young lady to teach two small children, two or three hours j daily. Apply to Box 669, Postoffice. 97-C servant. Apply to Mrs. E. A. Wright, ,51 Dufferin ,St v .98-0 YOUNG LADY and 2, .British and Colonial Photo- graphic Co., 'Odd -Fellow Block. servant. .Applj Mrs. W. A.- c-o Herai office. W The Private Dining Rooms at-the are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to date Restau- rant in the city. Lunches from lOc. up Meals from 25c. up N. H. MURRAY Prop. for steam laundry, a once. 99- and wife to work in grocery store and tiake charge, of boarding house. Apply "E. C." Hei aid Office. 99-eside six mouths in eae years, cultivate, fiftf a house worth .Deputy Minietel of N.B.-T3nauthoTied this advertisement for. TO THE PUBLIC OF LETHBRIDGE JAMES B, GIBBON e and Ge operation April 1st, 1909 Establishing a Transfer, Baggage and General Draying Biisiness. and commences operations on i ROOM With Office ui 3. OTT BLOCK SUCCESSOR TO TlANSFW CO. uarter Sectim 9 miles from Town, V30 fall wheat, all good small cash payment; balance crop turf (us, Y. 1. ;