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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHOAY. DKCEMBKK 9. 1910 THS LETH131UDGE DAILY HERALD Lethbridge Churches PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th'Ave; and 8th Stwot S. Rev. Capt: A. H. .Denoon, Pastor- Rev. W. F. Burns, .Acting Pastor. RoRiilar services ut U- and -I'M p.m. iQ tun.; Boys Ueptvrtmeut. 12.30 a.m.: Ulg Sisters anil 13ig Broth- ertt. 8.00 Other Departments of Sun- day S.clioprjtud 'Adult' Bllilo Class. 4 p.m.: Chinese Music: Murnlpg "O Saviour of. the Evening -Anthem. "Love Hall. St. Andrew's Church Pastor Manse 707 13th Street N. Regular Services nt 11 ii.ra.-i.40 p.m. Junior Sunday School at 2 p.tu. Senior Sunday School at .3.15 p.m. Trinity Hardieville Leslie B.A., Minister. 2.30 Sabbath School. 7.30 pan.: Church 'Service. LATTER. DAY; CnurteKof Chttei of -La'Uex Dny Saints 'Corner 7th Ave. and. 12th St. S. Sunday School a.m. Sacrament I! p.m. Primary Saturday tion with the exception of one. In di- might have been' a serious motor-accident happened on Monday of last when tljc cor belouging to Harry Snell was 'being tlrivon tu the hired man. Tn gettinj; out o'f "-.a'-.rut -piV-the grade ot' town 'the car turned turtle and sustain- ed make, it'look as if it had bedii iti'the War Apart V PORTUGUESE STEAMER. WAS SUNK Lisbon, Doc. -1. via Paris, ;Dec. (1 English -liner- A'esna lias landed .here IS men. K with several acalp" wounds. A bonnple of passengers- aclmittGfl that; had taken a seat ahead when thej shock came, Uut all considered that! 'they had had a miraculous escape. brakeman on 514 who was at! the fata) switch -when ran in, ie- a teiriblt, nervous, liotk ind! ly the