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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHBBffiGE HERAT.n Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter Day school at 2.30 p. 'Ue Caledonian .Seventh. and the evening i Rev. A. M. Gordon AV ..Now.' The Sunday or-' preach at both services. Bible class gaiijze'l Bible Classes at 3 la. Sunday School at 3 o'clock, p.m. Strangers heartily i r'. ,vH. y, December 10, .Church of. St. Mary's Sunday School 3 p.m. ChorallVeven song 7.30. Wednesdays .Oflriday choral evensong 8 p.m. "'yjolyf Com reunion -will be celebrated: oh ;ffie sec ond Sunday of each a.m THe festival of All Saints ob Evangelical 7JO Bailey street, by Tjees will rT. lu.otK cdfldacted Ai Grotb. i.wili R-ev. 6. ;fSt. ;Augustin's (Anglican) Holy cpinranniou S.3Q sun; Morning" prayer li a.m. Sunday School Evening'prayer with sermon, p.m. (Holy "'Communion at 1-1 a. Sunday in the month.) Rev. '-M. A.., rector. i J ,T. P. .Perry .occupy hjs .own pulpit morning aad 'evening. The morning subject' will Way of served at; the evening- ssf'vlc Gospel ServicesVriviit fife- held -in meeting vyestirijn's.ter Rae, and others. A St. Patrick's (Roman Cfrtholjc) Low mass a't 8 a.m. with 'cginmu'nion. Children's' mass mass at 11 a.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. Evening service at 7.30' The C. T. U..'meet every, first anCthi' Sun- day at 4 p.m. in the basenientf 'of th'e convent.-" The Ladies' Attar IScciety meets, ,-eyery ;Siii month ar 4 p.m. in the the K nox Ch urch (P res byte flan }r- ing service at n-.a.m. _at CHILDREN'S .Now is time very. cold. The, sudden Mj- the the between school Van air, getting" lead" ii- .r-O J 5 coughs and SC Cyprian's Prayer with sermon at 11 Even: ing prayer at 7.30. Sunday'School and Bible Class ac 3 o'clock. Rev. M. V. McMillen, rector. Westminster pastor will take for his subject in'the morn-, ing, and in the evening "Spir--1 Child e Number of Youthful Bread Winners By KEV.'DK.CHARLES F. AKED. .Sunday Class" "at 3 o'clock. The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ttfr Day special-ser- vices in the-Caledonian Hall on llth as .follows: 'Sunday School 10.30 a.nj.. Saerainent meet- ing 2.30' pjn. 'The public" is cordially invited.' i First, Church of Christ Will 'h'old tomorrow at 11 "o'- clock' a.m. and 7.30 p.m. tfce Royal Bank., Subject: God the Preserver .Sunday School will be held at -12.10 p.m. arid testimonial meeting on at 8.00 p.m., Everyone is Vited'to attend.- OF )f of .child, labor in the nited Sigtes it is difficult to form: an estimate which ir'iiofropeix to -challenge.'- The official figures axe easily whom fie writer has met; or corresponded' irith, has consulted, believes for a moment that the 'Official reveal 'ftnvtlung like the true Bye, such as they story, vriies-JDr. F. Aked, in, la J.900 were try employed as It that, a mil- lion of employed in -agricultural piuraiute' be sore, i -the" conditions so f rightf ul. First Baptist Pr6sser, pastor. worship at 11 J. population of "the United States Rev. 'Preaching and pub- of children employed in reniunerative- toil lx a.m. .and -7.30 p.m. Adult Bible ,Class ana; Bible P.M. BibievSchool at .Mck-ayrStv ''.Toe'-pastor wilt tie in; at- tendance.. But neany a factories; "nulls, sweatshops, and 1880- 1900 the evil had .been increasing. jstfli thf V "i t i-r 1 itr, out the ised'56.5 .-par cent.-. Tnf "indications point increase since for 1908 places'.the number of working Is.jears.of age ai in if .fie one 'carpiing factory-which had 300, children illegally ..af- in..excess of'those embraced t "by ciai figures, ataiy.even- j O at.. syin-ptms; them 77ellt .and.. strb'ii sf. 1 combined tonic has large bofQe 35 cents. and Cod-Over- Oilvj- iWHere there with the; -cold .take Mathieu's Nervine- Powders :to reduce th'e fever and relieve the .pain. 'They-are sold in'boxes of-x-8-.'pow.ders Jl L. MATHIEU children, must fort" iabs i-beert e J f ikd ;tiie 'f mine, .48- rof "Tiim-' hours "ago, no found: Tvhere. Ms lamp were -have J-. heen, ,enxptied ''-but no trace of "him has been found; And hare'' no- cry Vaf _ I quickly stops. colds; j the throat and Ibads 25 cents-, FOR YOUR LOOSE LEAF L ED QER SUPPLIES ou the fashion Do vyqti; hat irhea common sense or. 'your next-door neighbor the newspaper teUs yoti; :thai- seaaon i If you do, if you dress to dictates. of to and Pupils of the o'ft, -poor and: of meni "I the Mother; of 'the pleasiifesof or coat' 'just- of getting their ,in. .October or part of tliey.get it after Itfew Years. Instead of getiang-: their spring suit in May they get it in of August o snm- _ ,______ v' v -'JiugBsi, i' and must deny themselves many pleasures 'in Vhich they could participate if they had the proper, or rather necessary, suit or coat. tiie'-'TTdisfc-sufierers'-of ihi? out-of-seasoa buying are girls. They miss1 many V.'parfcjr, social.- or :otHerTnse, enjoyable not having, the proper dress, at the. proper Diuring week; "vrh'en 'they CALL AT THE HERALD JOBDEPt