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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LITTLE MISSION CHURCH AT FOOT OF MOUNTAINS GREAT EXHIBITION -PROGRAM SPECIAL.. A real thriller, showing Barney Oldfield Breaking the World's Recordjat1 Calgary.' Tony's -Oa.tli Veiiigeance Drama of the Italian Underworld; Powerful Vivid, Gripping. Slieirifl Last Shot Reaches the Heart; a real rugged story of the pioneers of i the last Great West. Little Moritz is Too Shoi't A Vnriiable Gloom Chaser; A long laugh over the trials of Short Moritz. Ragoon, Sctnic of MISS AGNES ERROL, Bonders latest song hits. Matinees; 10 a.m. to to 5.30; NIGHT, 7 p.m to 11 p. m. r. p.m o p. m. It FARMERS Just a Minute! Here's .a. to buy that new wagon you.want this fall at -ACTUAL WHOLE- SALE COST. Only a dozen J eft. Head this list and call next time you are in town. FISH WAGONS 1 314 In. arm, 3 in. tire, cast skein, 2S in. box and sent 3 3'i-iri. arm, 3 in. tire, cast skehi, 28 in. box and seat 1 in. arm. 3 in. tire, steel skein 28 in. box and seat extra 28 inch wagon boxes and seats, each TUDHOPE WAGONS I9B.50 1 3'4 in. arm, 2VS in. tire, cast skein, 28. in. box and seat 1 in. Inch tire, cast skein, 28 in. box and seat 1 arm, 3 inch tire, cast skein, 28 in. box and seat in. arm, 3 inch tire, steel skein, 28 in. box and seat 1 In. arm, 3 inch tire, steel skein, 28 in. box and seat 4 extra 28 la. boxes at 524.00 each, brakes J10.00" extra. '.We' have .also a fine stock of McLaughlln Democrats In four styles and sizes. These are sterling rign, NONE BETTER AND FEW SO GOOD. Hyde and Saunders .Warehouse and Office, cor. 2nd Av't. P. 0. BOX 112 and i2th "A" TELEPHONE 1244 Y.M.CA. Athletic Meet at the Fair The Y.M.C.A'. athletic meet at the fair tomorrow afternoon is going to be mi- affair, of no mean importance. should prove particular- ly attractive the. entry list is large the events are the most popular kind. The events number ten and the entries fifty-two. They are as fol- lows and commence at 2 o'clock in front of the grand stand before the auto races 100. YARDS 220 YARDS Callam H. Piton. H. Fernie. B. McElvca. Presbyterians Dedicate a New Church at Crows' Nest Coleman, Aug. ncwly-coni" pleted 1'rcshyterian church at Crows Nest was formally dedicated, with ap- propriate ceremonies, Friday after- noon. A number of people from Cole- man as well as other towns 'in the Pass attended the church opening, the crowd being swelled by a union pit nic of the Sabbath schools of Uluil more. The dedicatory services, tvlilc hegan at three o'clock sharp, were ii charge of Rev. Dr. Ferguson, former ly of Nelson, C., assisted by .1 l-'amill, divinity student in charge o the Mission Hev. .1. F. Hunter, lilairmore, and Rev. ,1. G.. G. Bon pas, B.A., of Coieman. The building was crowded to ilie doors, every seal heing occupied, and a number of peo pie were forced to stand 'throughout the entire service. After the dedication ceremonies Rev. Dr. Ferguson delivered an im- pressive discourse, taking for liis sub jccl: "The Church as a Sanctuary, a Home, a SchoqJ, and a Base ot Op erations." I Following the service came an hour of outdoor amusements, for the entertainment of the people, in which football and kindred sports were played on the green. From 5.30 to (1.30 the Ladies' 'Aid society served a mosl; tempting and appetizing dinner, which was parlak- oi with zest and marked" expres- sions of approval. Each purchaser of dinner ticket was given a number, entitling the holder to a chance on .an autograph quilt. Mrs. James Glen- denning, of. Coleman, was the holder oi the lucky number an.l was award- ed the handsome specimen of needlework. It is some fifteen months ago that dents of Crows Nest, irrespiictivo ol creed, ami forwarded to tin. head of- fices of the asking that a sife be donated for a church building. The old proverb to'the effect bodies sometimes move slowly" was exemplified in this instance and noth- ing mis'heard from the petition until couple of months ago when notifi- cation was received (hat the c.P.H. iiad donated the beautiful site upon which the church building now stands. Spurred on to renewed efiorts once the probhu'i of a site lor the building lad been solved, an energetic canvas was inaugurated and subscriptions re- ceived from people ail over the dis- trict. The funds thus raised, sup- plemented by money raised by the Ladies.' Aid society and a grant ol tlOO from the church and ing fund, enabled the little hand of Christian workers to carry their dreams of a church edifice to a suc- cessful consummation. The building is small, only 21 x 30 THE .LITTLE THEATRE WITH A- GOOD SHOW BIJOU THEATRE OUR. PIC- WAYS BRIGHT i DISTINCT L. H. UHL, SOLE MANAGER To-day and To-morrow, Tuesday FOUR AH Feature Films FOUR Pathe's Weekly No. .11. Bringing you In toucii with all principal ei'enls throughout the world. Tough Guy Levt screaming Comedy. licforjiiation of Kid A particularly interesting story, dealing with, the general good done by the Salvation Army! Wiley's Ma Came, BacU A mosl laughable subject with a lesson to bus. bands who are troubled by mother-in-law1. .All This Week, Morning, 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.; 1.30 to 5 p.m.; Evening 7-p.m., FOUR PIECE ORCHESTRA ALWAYS IN ATTENDANCE. PRICES 15c and 100. COMING, "THE CRAVEN--A Remarkable story of a Woman', courage and a Man's cowardice. with a 10 x 24 extension for manse the Crows iVest Mission was first .op- med, divine service b'ejng held in a ent during the summer months and n some one of the few scattered dwellings in iliclemiiiit weather. About welve months ago a petition was (reunited and signed .by all the rosi- purposes, .hilt when one considers that :he congregation numbers only a landfill of poople some idea may be lad of the magnitude of the under- and the indomnitable courage and perseverance necessary to carry the plans to fruition. The church is seated with chairs, is comfortable ind commodious enough to meet pres- nt reuuirements and is supplied with an organ. Nestling among the giant pines of he Great Divide, at the head of sland Lake, some feet above ea level, with the lofty peaks ol the lockies towering; skyward on every ide.and commanding a magnificent iew of that king of Test, which stands like a gianf, sen- tinel keeping watch and ward over the new church has a set- ting of beauty and grandeur that nei- ther the most skilful landscape gard- ener nor untold wealth can reproduce. The lordly pines cluster about the building almost obscuring it from that little gem among moun- MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Barney Oldfield at Starlind tain lakes lies at its door, while the towering mountains and the vivid green of the trees and foliage all tend to create a feeling of worship" even lefore one enters the n the Another of., those remarkable racing features is being shown at Starlant today, one that far surpasses any oi the previous attempts along this line, "The World's Greatest Auto Racers' Is a veritable, .ihriller every foot ot the 'way, and shows the world's speed king, Barney Oldfield, actually smash- ing the world's record on the Speed- way, at Calgary, on August 10. This remarkable film, shows every detail of the race, the ten thousand people along. the eours-e quivering and yelling with excitement, and the three dare- devil contestants, tearing along at break 'neck speed, endangering life and" limb in their successful attempt to lower tile world's During the Fair, week, the theatre will be open at 10 a.m., and will be open all' day. BELLEVUE 3. 16. II. I-i: Piton. B. Callam. H. B. McElyea. Skouson or French. ONE-HALF MILE A. Noonan. H. H. Piton. W- H.' Fernie. M. B. McElyea. A: C. Stewart. C. W. Johansson. WASUONFIRMEODrSPEPTIC Nn it i Plusiri to Enjqf Mills 1 a ease which seemed as bad and as hopeless as yoiirs can possibly be. Thisistbeeipmenceof Mr. H. J. Brown, 384 latkmt St., Toronto, in his own words: have muck pleasure in totnlioninK to you Uie benefits received from yourNo-Dru-Co.Dyspepsia Tablets and can cheerfully recommend them I simply bad confirmed dyspepsia with all its wretched symptoms, and tried about all the advartised cures with no success Vou.have in Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets the but curative agent I could find. It is now inch a pleasure to enjoy meals with their consequent nourish- ment that Iwautto mention thia for the benefit of others'." The fact that a lot of prescriptions or so-called "cures" have failed to helpyou is no sign that you have got to co on sufTmnj. Try N.-Dra-Co Dyspepsia Tab) and see how quickly remtflVwit! five you relidand start your attmaehworkmgptcnerlT. intdoesu't 5. 6.. 8. 17. 21. 10. JUMP 5oc r Compounded nnlhc national Drug and Chemical Co iud, Motfnal. m Skotison or Frencli SHOT PUT J. G. Ness. A. C. Stewart. Peebles. tCroaing. ONE MILE D. Callam. A. Noonan. W. H. Fernie. A. C. Stewart. T. H. Moss., Topi Aiyerston, A. McNahh. C. W. Johansson. RUNNING HIGH Will Gordon. 3. II. H. McElyea. .L. P. Skonson. x 16. Skouson or French. 12- R. H. SlierlncC YARDS 10. Will Gordon. 14. Karl Roberts. 1. H. H. Piton. 6- A. C. Stewart. HAMMER THROW J. G. 6. 'A. u. Stewart. 15. Z. M., Skoiisosj. 18. Peebles. 19. Kroning. 21. C. W. Johansson. POLE VAULT 3. H. B. McElyea. 6. A. C. Sicwart. 15. Z. M. Skouson. TWO MILE n. Callam. 'i A. Noonan. 5. W. H. Fernie.. fi. A. C. Stewart. 8.' T. H. Jloss. Tom Alverston. 12. R. M. Sherlock. 21. 0. W. Johansson, Bellevue, Aug. A. Solly, prin- ipal of the public school, came up Wednesday from I.etlibridgc, where c spent tile vacation. C. M. O'.Brien spent yesterday in ie camp. H. Esham brought in a hunch oi irses from North Fork this morning nd is spending a few days in town. Cieo. .Walters, ol Spokane, Wash., ho was formerly in the clotliing isiness here, is spending a few days in Hie camp shaking hands with his many friends. A Belgian named Bruno appeared in the police court at the R.N.W.M.P. barracks on Thursday on a charge oi boards, over the head with a rifle. It cost him to get clear. A deal was put through today by which P. Hums Jt'CV take over: the butcher business pi Phillip Hart, who has'been in for the Constance Crawley Tonight Constance Crawley and her clevei company open a week's engagement at the Majestic Theatre this evening, on which occasion the 'bill will be "The (Marriage of an attractive comedy, which is. sure to please visi- the city. 'The ability of Miss C-rawley and'., her company is wsll known .in Lethbridge, and no one need be 'afraid of patronizing the theatre this "week; as the plays are certain to -M-well -worth seeing. The sent sale is at Rochon's. past few }'ears. to his ranch nortll of Burniis and de- vote his time to farming. Ail the fight fans oi" Bellevue will he found in Hlairmore tomorrow night when Tom .Tapella, of Bellevue, goes up against Burrows, oi Blairmore. These two men are of the middle weight class, and have both )cen in some good scraps, so no the sports their Louis and having hit a girl in the house where Joiibt will give money's worth. 3en Rces, featherweights, will figure n the preliminaries Young'People's Choral Society Rehearsals in connection with the above Society will commence in.Knox Church; first week In Septem- ber. Mr. Laytou is arranging an ex- cellent, concert, which win be given hisjchoriis in Kaon Church during llle Dry-Farming Congress week. The. main programme number will be Men- tlelssohn's and there will be-other Interesting- numbers. All those desiring lo jon (he Society are requested to send in their applications to .L W. Hoberliou, Box 690. not lat- er than August 31. As it it difficult to obtain a list of all the singers in Lethbridse, it is hoped that as many as possible will send in their.names at once to Mr. Robertson or Mr. Lay. i ton. MAJESTIC THEATRE .SPECIAL. TO-NIGHT W. B.SHERMAN PRESENTS MISS CONSTANCE CRAWLEY Her All-Star Cait of London Players, Including i MR. ARTHUR MAUDE fn a repertoire ot English Plays. The management offers this at- traction with his personal guarantee ol its superior excellence Prices 75c-, 50. Gallery 25ct SEATS ON SALE AT ROCHON'S Why send out of town Get your VULCANIZING done at homely D. E. MacDoriald EXPERT LOCKSMITH GUNSMITH Rear Sporting Goods Old Stand 4125th St. S., Phone 1032 Traction Engine Repairs Wo are now prepared Shafts' and Goaring for the Better Known of Tracr tion Engines at jiuicli less cos! than you can bring' them in. AVhy I hrec weeks, .when can supply you in three clnys? Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LETHBRTDGE DURABILITY AND LONG SERVICE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE Jim din only he obtained from manufacturers (if Antojrioljies who have eomnlele equipment and a very largo output. Small offoriiig a cheap car; it in. material and as woll I10 m puce, [he btndehaker' Corporation, makers of (he E.M.F. and FLANDERS "2O" Have the largest and most complete plant in the world todnr J.l.o name now, as .always, stands lor Quality, arid that is.the reason that we luivc becji selling cars' con timidly during the quiet season .while others have been Coni-: paratively little and wondorinjrhuw we could do it. hi the E. M. F. "30" wo offer you ii.'-30'li.p. Touring oar, Denii-Tonneau or Roadster' complete' and up-to-date in every espect at .filfiOO.OO. In the Flaiulcrs "20" we offer you a'Jive-passenger Touring Car, .fully Equipped for and a lore-Door Roadster Bully Equipped at This little, ear holds more records for durability, speed, and hill climbing than, any car has ever held. A full line of all the cars handled by us will be exhibited at the Fair next week. Do not fail lo We have on hand a full line of Diamond Tires and Tubos. l'rcst-0-Litc Tanks, Kleclric horns and Accessories of'all kinds. REPAIR DEPARTMENT Department is in the hands of experienced MKN and wo satisfaction. JrceAirfor Our Patrons. Specialty, Company, ;