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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta > 'A  PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIIXSB DAILY HRRALO SATURDAY. AUGUST 31, 1918 Xetbbriboc 1becal^ ' _______ OAfUY ANOWIBKLV fHC LETHBRIOOK HIRALO PRINT. INO COMPANV, LIMITID � U� eth StrMt South, LtthkrlUt* W. A. BuBhanan Preildeot and M*BM*nc DtrMtav faka TenanM   Butinmt Mi---- TILRPHONIS BastneM OtflM ,.   IMltarM Ottlw.............� ubaorlptlen Rataai Oattr. aaUT�reoon. The next meeting of the aid will, be held nt tlie homo ot Mrs. Herman Schouert on the afternoon ot Thursday, Sept. 12th. Mr. Geo. Bedell returned to Taber on Monday after spending the weekend here. Mr, and Mrs. Scott motored to Medicine Hut on Sunday. Pte. Stove Halpin arrived home on Monday from Calgary. Mr,. D. K. Pederson has con(pmed tho excavation wbrk tor his now residence). Mr. and Mra. J, B. Stewart, Lethbridge Avenue, have returned homo after a delightful vacation speit In Banff. Mrs. Stewart expects to leave shortly for Winnipeg, where she will be the guest ot her mother. PRINCESS OP SIAM IS ViSITINQ CANADA Vlct�(rla, Aug. 30.-Travelling Incognito as the Duchess Blnsulok, the Crown Princess ot- Slttm arrived In Victoria yesterday on the .Tapanoae steamer Kaino Maru. The distinguished lady Is travelling for her health, and proposes- after a short stay In Victoria, making a tour ot Canadian resorts. It was explained by her secretary that the Princess desired seclusion �while seeking a rest euro In this country. y i. J. r I ^1 �1, .iii'-nt: BanffSpmngs Hotel In the Heart of a Grander Switzerland- THE CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES - summer resort of many discriminating Americans. The outdoor life-golf, tennis, motoring roads, pony riding on mountain trails, hiking, climbing - the open air sulphur pools, the roomy rest-fulness of the big hotel with its excellent ballroom and orchestra, its splendid � cuisine and service - combine to give Banff its tone. Moderate rates. v Get to know Canada better - ASK FOR RESORT TOUR No. J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger, Agent, Calgary tlon. Ltd, SEPT. 6TH PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ava. and 8th Wreet 8. Rev. Capt A. H. Denoon, Pastor Rav. W, F. Biirna, Acting Paator. 10 a.m.: Boys Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Sisters" Bible Class. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. 12.15 p.m.: Other Department of Sun- .day School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. The evening service will commence at 7.30 hereafter. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Tlio third annual school fair will be hold at the School ot Agriculture, Claro.^liolm, on Friday, September Gth. This school fair is conducted by the School of Agriculture under the direction ot the Department ot Agriculture. The pupils o't tweuty-ilve rural schools are competing In the raising of vogetabloB, llowers, colts, calves, and chlcken.H, and making exhibits of grains, weed and Itisect collections, sewing, cooklngf caflhlpB and butter. The prize list', wfilcK.is'a long ope, hni)_ been coiitril)iit^to�y ttte Dcpurlmont o{ Agriculture, the businnss men of Claro.sliolin, tlio Agricultural Society, and others. Tlie boys of the Pig. Clubs uf Cluroa-holm, Htnvely, and Grdnum, will exhibit tlielr pigs at this School li'uir. Tlie S, O. S. boys ot Claresholm and Grniium distrlclH will be in allcndanco and will be awarded their badges of honor on this occasion. For these boys a number ot competitions have been arranged for which prizes will be givon. Admission to ihe Fair is free and iov'erybody is welcome. Rev, E. J. Hodglns, B.A,, Pastor 1271 6th Ave. N. Phone 1659 10 a.m.: Class meeting tor boys, and girls. 10 a.m.: Boys Department of the S. 3. In the HaU. , 11 a.m.: Regular service. 2.00 p.m.: Beginners and Primary Db-partments ot the S.S. In the Hall. 2.00 p.m.: Olrls Department of the S. S. In the Church. 3.15 p.m.: Adnlt Department ot the S. S. In the Church. 7.30: '�Labor Sermon. All departments of the Sunday School will meet separately as usual tomorrow. METHODIST Wesley Church Rav. Chas. E. Cragc, B. D., Paator. Residence 320 11th St. S. Phones: Parsonage 404, Church, Study 408 Claude Hughes, L.A.B., Mus. Director Tomorrow, 10 a.m. morning service. Subject, "Cost of Efficiency." ThlH is the, opening Sunday of the fall. A very special request is given for all members and adherents to bo present. 12 noon. Bible school and Bible classes. ' The Camp Fire girls are urged to be present tp complete arrangements for a picnic on Labor.Dayj 7.30 p.m.; 'Evening Service.'. Subject, "The Church and Labor. How the Church Pulled to Meet the Demand of Today." ANGLICAN BAPTIST Flrat Baptist Church Cor. 3rd Ave. and ith St. 8. Rev. C. Qaker, Patter Services will be held, morning and evening. Morning Service, 11 a.m. Kvenlng Service, 7.30 p.m. E. A. Ilobertson, of Wolfvllle University, N, S.. will conduct these services. Sunday School will meet after the morning service. Christian Church �� ^CHR1|TL^N-"'''SCIENCE . % ^-'^'''^V-^' , . CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY . Mull Block, 7th Straat S. I Sandav Service at 11 a.m. 1 Subject: "Christ Jeaua," j The Sunday-school 14 closed dilrlni^, ,, July ami .August, .a.;.- i Wadnaaaay Cvcnins. Testimony i|ia�t,i; log at ( p.m. ,' rhe reading room in open dall; as-fi ept Sundays and legal holldiiyB, fromi 8 to 5 p.m. Hero, tbe Bible and author-.' Iced Cbristlan Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. The public ia cordtnlly invited to at-, tend tha ohurcb aarvioes, alao to fjlalt tbe (oadliis room. St Cyliilan*a CJhurch ,Cor. Iltji Straat .and 8th Ava. South. Rev. Canon VV.^.V, McMlllen, B.A,  'Rector Matlna-)1 a. m. Sunday Sctieel r,nl Bible CIsaaea,' 3 p.m. EVTSNSONO 7;S0 1>.IB. Holy Communion-lat and 3rt Sundays at 8,00; 2nd and 4tl> Sundays at 11 a,!n. Baptism-4tb Sundays at 4 p.m. The Ilev, C. liJ, .Snow will conduct the mocnlng Bo'rvico and irToly Communion service at, St. Cyrplan's church on Sunday morning at \\. Sunday School classes)'wllV.re-oppn in the afternoon ul 3 o'clock. It Is hopeil �.U tl]o acholavB will be.preB-ont after "tl^q holiday aenadn. ' . Cor. 3rd Ave. and Bth St, S. Oliver L. Curtla, Paator 612 Seventh Street South Phone 502 Blblo School-at 10.30. , ' Tomorrow la Cradle Roll day. Mothijrs who are Interested are specially requested to be present at 11. I'roaching service at 11.30. Christian Endeavor, 0.45. Preaching service at 7.30. Rov.' W. J. Johnstone, jof Calgary, will ocatipy the pulpit both moronlK and evening. - ' PENTECOSTAL NORTH LETHBRIDGE QOSPEi: � HAUL ' � (Late 5th Ave. N. Baptist Church) Speaker; .John Rao, 83D 13th St, N. ISunday School 3-4 p.m. iKvenlng Service, 7.30. pubJeot#, '.�T*'-�**.Wt;,V�hlte Throne c�r Final iludo'me'nt," Everytfody Welcome. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth St, N, Rev. C, M. Neva, Pastor Rea. 357 16th St. N. Services Sunday, 10.30 and ,7.30 p.m. Tuesday and Thuradaye; 8 p.m. Evangelist R, 3. and Mr']. Scott aasUt ine. , A Hearty Welcome to All. SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Mra, Hamilton, officers In charga. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 and 7,30 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m; Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.80 p.m., Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Home League, g p,m.; Life Sftvinc ScuuU andsOuar^l* The Citadel Band in attendahcai, Sunday and Thursday Servicer 5741 ;