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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .U HE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY anil iMglith St. jnti' whlcli" R ijv: 'CancJi ST. Corner. ttuv. Cdlioh M at liiS JicMilfen will KeVonr No servlca al 8 n.rii., and no evensong 7.30. Sunday aoliool 10 a.m. ,ST. MAJIY'S ''fi; 11. Popham, rector. Holy" cominunicto 'every Saudi? 8 a.m. JJ.. a.m. S pfc. j> in. Gliciral [irat.Suhday'ot tiie ihpntb; et il ST., bYPniAK's CHURCH nor Blgnth avenue a.rid BlsvauUi elrest SoJtti. Ilev.' Canon 'McMHIefl, rector, will preach '.'at 7.BO ' No at- 11 H.m. Holy flooiraunton at S.30 (I. m. Holy Communion on .tue first Buil third .Sunday's at .8.30 'a. and ut tiie Jl o'clock servicq on the sec- ond and fourth .Sundays. Sunday Bible'' olaBHos .at 3 p.m.. The- men and women o[ tba parish are "cordially ihvlte'd' to attend, the Class, 'of Canon MeMlllen-.ia tbo teacher. BAPTIST. Attr; v.fllve: to'- each P'cV tiire -a', ioh .that It veritable F1HST BAf'TISlWHov. Dr. Sppn- cc'r "preaches at tiie 'Bijou theatre to- morrow morning at. 11 o'clock, sub- ject: "Conditions pt Answorad Pray-, subject "BiiHcl- Itig a City.1' In of the coming City' Cdm'm'loslonorB. men' 'lire eaiiVclall.v Inyiiod. 'On. Sunday, September -rfrbjwni'ng aeryicea aV. tlfo 'church bullrtlng, corner Third take place will'bo of aTspectnl. cliarac- tef.-lThe public'are cordlally'lnviled. Sabbath." n'dhoo! at "10" II. Elmer arbenj pastor, il u.m. sub- jc'cl, "Chiluron' of God." 7.30 p.m "QblleaUonB of .lira. Mrs. -'Green ''will' alng Rt_Uie ev A HpeoiaVlnvltattori to th'pasv Ih'tJjVesied" in the Labor prob- fSshool at 3 Rev. 'A. 0'. Cameron. Services Hi m. minister wil faces.jWorning-Bul) JVay.I .Evening '.'Thi quartottt will, itn'g special music, al. both set vicc'3, Strangers .an'l visitors alway .welcome; HT.---iMnfinw-5; Se'rvicoa, n ifchdijl. liaatpr. e.' some aricf [attractive ;p o rt- can the aame for you at any time. Offlt. 1234 KM. TffE' DIKPEBENQE I- cannot 'Since1 1- li'are must- bo'.EofnptliihiiHh-.pJX lite More So has- my [richdsliiji striven. So-1 BO richer in my And yet'no How. tender was 'the Hand lot two: I '-l Marshall ani.-cjjjldireli have returned- Iroiiixa'.'scvcn -jjetks'. it tho'-motintaliii.: tf. R. -S. ;Sniith, Cileifltlg'Tower, ,ls entertaining'thiii 'alte'rnijon at a chain tea .'in-connection 'with Knox Ladles' a. conceit in the lorm o! a Kichmond rose, Tbe girls bidden were tiie MisseS Latterly, Smith, Sto'tzfl, Iliginljotham, Steep (Toron- Adelina Hbnde'rsoa' and -Darnsain. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES M. C- A .-IS 'a.m. Officers and ns; 10 a. m'.', Sundny __ Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop B. S. Young. 1211 3rd ave. S. 'Phone OS5. 'LUTHERAN 1 ST. VAL'L'S Finsi-r ttrhiESAN A ye.'and 15th'SJt. Rev.' A. C. Qrant, pastor. Sunday, Aug.' 31st. English EBjyices 11 ajni and 7.30, Sunday :her league Wednesday at 8 p.m. All arc, welcome. i BIBLE STUDENT? INTERNATIONAL..'BIBLE. STUD. EN'tS' 638 15th at. S. Meets -every Sunday at a p.m. Frlbnns tntef esied are Envitwd. CHURCH fOF. CHRIST. Labor j. Hall, every.'Sundnr at 11 lor eakingioi1 bread. :-PENTECOSTAL- PBN'f ECOSTA1? MEETINGS' --''At the home 'of Mr.'.'SlniniOneltj 130. Eighteenth. SI. N., Tuesday-' evenings at, 8 o'clock, Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, special waiting on the Lord for. the DaptlBm ,ot the 'Holy Spirit. 'illss Mary 'Simpson retained this ivwK's vinlt r. Y. M. L. A wwK's visit ..witl 2mp.t! liawileh; 1255- Foiitth1 Si-, -is rc-opching her private school ior all grailes on Monitor, 8th. K Mr. Arthur Fiak, of.the Merchants Rank stnlt at Olds, .who spent his vacation with his parents in this city, returned this morniuE. f T T Mrs. MacDonald, ol New Dayton, who was a guest with Sirs. .lames Peat, returned home this moraine. Mr. II. C. Salmon intends opw- ing the season with, a piano recital some time irf-yepfember, find-he'will he glad to send invitations to any. who may care to attend, .il they will call him'up at ilG3. W. .II: and Mrs. .Gushing-re A business .mating" ol the Art cjub'wlll be held at tho home "gf Mrs. JJ. Reuter, 621" Ninth :St-. oh altcrnoim. business necessitates a full attendance. The' Guild Si.1 Mary's church Will hold another ot their ponulpr; on 'rCuesdaiT at the of Mrs. Sixtce-atV Si.h N. i c The Flower Guild is gratettil to OTayi'Mrs. K. Down- er, Mltc.heil, MtiJ. Mark John- .5liB. Li1 Til. -.Johnstone, Frache Bfps..Mr. Mr.. Meredith and the' superinteriilent "of the OaH" Oar- dens 'lor flower' donations yesterday. "The St. Au- church meet at 3.30 Tuesday'.atVcrnboji. This is the first meetinR oi the and ant business it urgent that pvcry in AVcslcy "chufchl' will eive a re- dttck eumn sciioplr js'hoped every leaguer wiir-b5 well as others interesfed.'" -The teaguo meeting for for Monday i riight 'is" canreUcd on ac Aftef Supper TO-NIGHT 7.30 'Gome early and get yo'tif' ishare Cambric Gowns Just 3 dozen only, In- fants' JOiiyllBli Oam- brio Slips or Oownn with turn over collar of Swiss Embroidery, sleeves trim- med with Valepclenncs lace- HP lend id vuiuc In roguW wfty at 7Bc. Tonight 38C wived, Hit) sad news-yesterday of the urs E accidental" drowning .oEr their little I -will iiftgs'lef't for Victoria'last evening. Sunday morning at 10 re- ii 3'p.m th IlRll. TiGT. J. Flokle a.m.; prenciiing .tiervicc. Chris b preaching. are welobrne. OAtHOLIO A? paetor, Rev. P. Jllslwe- asglctant. ifasa S a.m. Children's -High' school 3 Evenlbfi' service 7.30; j Sermon at each service. CHORQH. m -Roy il' Ban Hillock." Spr- "Wednesday ev- meeting1, 8.00 the Lord's-. death. Ser- vlce'V In. -the evening .at'- 7.301 Usa Bessie I-lorce ahrl Stanley Home Jiave returned from a trip to the coast. MT8SOURI Caitiff, AHa.. appoars tp ImVe fa'een -a.inost liirUiai-iind ibgeii'ioiisly' 'concealed mur- just.reache'd the motmteif police' here', who hUvo L'ecn in' porreff- pbn'derfcS 'wifh -'the.' Sn_ formatted cam Missouri ever since in fr'o'tvT'tiie liiigiha headi, 1 da fiittnea' coiifdsston-tinipinAtin'i himself instice'ol -life a lisle 'Vests Drawers ..The clemi up of cur-tVils stock In tllrls1 Flue SvulsB Ribbed while Lisle Ve3ta and SSzea for girls of from 0 to 12 i'uai-a; regular to 25" centE, TONEGHT -TWO Suit Cases Matting covered Suit Cases, made on strong slc-el frame, leather hound and have re- liable lock ami 22 inch size Tonight Lace Curtains Juet twelve pftlrs only, Nottinghaui Curtains In only design centre with bordtrs. 2 yards long. Tonight 68C Balbriggan Combinations Men's fine Lisle Finish Halhriggan CVirob.nations long sleeves and anklo length; while or croam; Z2 to 44. Sell in I5io regular vtsy at all' at one price for Tonight" Men's Blucher Style lien'.e Box Dhi- fancy toe sniivt' and '-durable, :warrant- .ed all. leather; Sizes C -Regular Tonigh.t. Large Fancy. Glass Jars 100 large iglass Bottles In plain" anS..fancK shnpes Jargo Fancy glass irtnal putt lug ilown' jucltlcs. jama, or for yesaels to" ke6p tea; flour, rite, iii pan- try. To'.buy thoni'-af. fac- tory TvouM cost..rrjm "Site; to 5Qc encU. TONIGHT THREE FOR The Hudson-s Bay Stores Prepare; for Possibilities of Conflict'in Future London. Aug. ritlo range 14 the, latest a'sijuJ si tio'n of. the militant Its' location. IB kept a close ,a'n official, of., tho TVomenB', l .'and. Political -Union haaj ndoiltfed. Its existence and stated that the frange in uee: every 'day iyv.niembeTs of, Uie organization, are rapidly he.c'pmlng txpei t Bh'oti: -Ti-eekB'- issue iot the Suffragette 'contains a'b advertisement offering to teach .'wome'n'.to Bhcot Btralsht. Tbo oftiolal tue-'-Iilformatlon --In tbUh'B tfi'e' ralllf ants 'for contesslon 'of-- 'UoIlitrt'Wftl of 'm'urtcr-'. aga'inBt" him'' received' .Inspnctoti ..will -lea'vo shortly for Kingston, iins is ia prlBon, to him to Calgary for .trials-' on the murder charge.. of Collins. .concerns the death Benson, former ency nin' T. wife, w the' pleasured a'nd welfare of heir takes particular pn'de in the serves. It is usually: Montreal. attorney of Braymer, 'Mo., with whom came to AlbeVta' m Aitgutft, M912. ,'tfeir Cerial; Benson filed Ms' claim and' an3 er'to fake lip adjoining-'land; On May 2f Ifll8j one svcek: alter their libuso' walked into the bouse.of a and said 1hal .a gasoline explosion had destroyed the house in which lie and .Hen son and burneil death- His late confession reads Hraymer with -John P. Ben- son lor the Canadian' territory "to lake" up a.clpun. with- him. Within- n wctfk after' the completion of Jhe fiouso on Benson's claim and "while in th'e house, I strnck him on the left "of the head' with fist "which knocked him tJowh, 'and then lie pull- Mr. and nounce tb Mrs. James of thefr ond daughter, Jessie Earle Ileflttle Sloan, older son pl'Mr- Mrs. William Sloan; rlage to take place the latter part of September. Ucssic ot Vancouver was honor guest of a bright" mating function, which claimed. Mrs'. Jr Armstrong hostess -ycatprdaV: Pink sweet peas in the drawing room. A guessing -ct test resulted in Lafferty-'wi ning the prize, while Miss Haicll was presented with a cvjrtesy'l A' tahlc of bt'Wge was Hooper, Mrs.-B.-B J. V, Cook and Mrs- AV Mrs. J.-'Roland. "while Mrs. .J. V. dining loom afed with crimson McGuird ahrl'Mr.s; Hill serving the 'cich was favored with ed a irator calibre and nd .giiri 01 3'R shot The gun ;.l threw away. Alter he had been "dead an liour T poured oil about .the bouse and his a'pillow. There' i; some, of the money in the. lot. taken hy Co'ii'sUhle Hurnett, which belongs to -mo, -which llerisop .paid fnc, but I owed him' for-'my' expenses to Canada and while there. This sum "the amount of about statement; i.s made with my own free Will .without any considera- tion or promises of any nature. Siga- ed :and witnessed this.lOtb day ol William .Jasjier Col- to the, usual'- court the" official fin, the re- endanger human Hfe would b6 rescinded, and t-lia skill acquired at the butta would be brought into-..pltvy. Home Secretary- Rogirald McKenna bost-hftted' of' the Cabinet min because bis dopartraent has been responsible for the forcible feeding: cf-ifcc wiSitants. nn2 for the "Cat and Mouse" Js living In aase almost surrcmndpd by the lo'mes of mt 111 e.n t, a gitators. Jl Emily K. Marshall, "whoso record acts "ot violence. Is well knoiv-n, re- cently moved into a house adjacen :c tha tow-n residence of Mr. -McKen m, and ever since the Home Secre- tavy.has -liad' two .stalwart cpnaUble on rgunrd, ,pver his windows. Mrs MoralmU doca not Oeny that-.this-pre -useleES, for ah declares the Home Secrotnry'B -win dows nre a conslnnt temptation t Jier. She now has as neighbors't other thts'week Teaee houses wlthi Honie Seeretary, minster, neav TELEGRAPHIC- BRIEFS Commander Spain, formerly ii ommand of the avmed cruiser fleet or the protection of Canadian Alman S. was killed by an electric phock. at St, Tbohias, Ont. Mrs. Giindy, wife of Hey. died at St. TJiomas, _" The Alberta Elevatcr.. Co. Maims to .have Invested six -million dollars lu Alberta during Uiis year. F. U Fellowes, Vancouver's city engineer, has been given rilX' cioutliB' notica to null, you buy for your home; when silver your setcctiou is 'Silver flats that Wean" auality and beauty of design are both assured. Made in llio heaviest i of plate, hence its A !wonderful-, iwpulnrityy Sold by' LeacllTttit Steamshrp' Movements S. docked a todaj-. Western' passeogovi Eagar Storey, a' well-known architect, died at TS, cCakut? iJins'iJust died-, at' Struthroy in liar 52nd year, hud ULO nique diaUuctlon gf a great- ;reat-great-gretit. -Her children and-'igraudchlldren .extended cito th? sixth generaiiOHl Tiie Allan" line S.S: Corsican docket at Quebec Thursday, Montreal" FrI day. Pnasengers- clue hero on Tues Balaatlng In. Local Yard. x. 'the work ofv ballasting the qeT trstksgo ynrtls wil comti'.ence next 'frouU, ''RrfadniUste: AVliitneiy bns -stoan shorcl..AvhJch Jie ,1s, iilaciug and as aoon as gravel can bo all the''uew tracks for Hie new freigl] sheds will haTlast'eil. Mothers Start Sight of ' for1 tfie sakeof 'its' beneficial acid, p few stips of :arr, which-is In weii- la "the Vich'.; berry, ..cooked 'nialt "for jVou'will find of Pariia- meat- TJiis InfUix of militants the nelglitxnrhood .Mtherlo almost en- tirely :givori over to the homes of Cabinet ministers and. mefnlars oT pATliament lina caused somo alarm among ;Hie poUtlcinns whoye opposi- tion to snffrapro has brought them'threats of vongeanoe.. Scotland Yard Is keeping close particu- larly ngalnfit possible tunnelling oration, imdor.tho foundations of tbo .McKeniia Forgot yVhsre he Left Them the city fire de- excited-, this jVHeb trousers' containing hjg room phone detective Ma- ne dill- monoy waa or the., on O'NelH'8 bed, where'ho put them., A Winter Wheat Crop R. oT Pinchoi- Station has ftntahed. threshing h's winter 1'wheat; 20 bushels !to the acre. [before Supt, Wilson at barracks Four Gypsies fh Court Bulgarian gypsies wero drunk, The out- .were ,camplng "on tha fiat at Staf- fordvIIU, paying a fln? of costs; they'left for-the coast via the dusty trail, ;