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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN TUK KKTHllRIDC, E DAH-Y HE It .VLB SATURDAY, DKCEMBER 13, 1913 Choice Cut Flowers The thing more suitable for a CHRISTMAS GIFT than a box of our Choice Cut -Flowers or one of our Beautiful Plants in Bloom, a Fern, a Palm or one of our Artistic Basket Arrangements re s nothing more Roses Lily of tlie Valey Violets Chrysanthemums Carnations Sweet Peas Paper White Narcissus Victoria Holly Yellow Narcissus Roman Hyacinths Mistletoe Evergreen Wreathing This year we are growing in Lethbridge every Cut Flower and Plant we sell and the QUANTITY and QUALITY OF EACH CANNOT BE EQUALLED IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Youiwill be pleased and your time will be well spent if you visit our Store and Greenhouses and see the beautiful display of Plants and Cut Flowers we Kave grown lor the Xmas trade. Every person will be made welcome. Our Xmas delivery service will be doubled this year and we can assure yon prompt delivery and any particular attention to your order you may request. Phonef577--0pen Every Evening Store and Greenhouses Cor. 1 i th St. and 4th new Methodist Church CHURCH-SERVICES MMOLSCMV ''ST. CHURCH Corner Ave. 2nd Eijtitl St. Her. Csnon rector. Latins II 3 ut. Holy Conimuuion ev- cri Sur.dsr. morning at X .i.m. aad at' tbe ele'vrri otcloct seruce on -the first Sunday yf The month. Kvcns-jng -7VjO p.m. schoc-1 10 ".ST. SIAUVS'CmmCH-Rev. C. Popl'ala, lecior. Holy ebmnvJjuoa ereiy Sunday at S a.m. ..Matins 11 e.-ni. S p.m. Sucdiiy school. Evensong V30 p.rii. Choral on tbe wtgen. asE'staut. Muss, S. a.iu'.; child- ren's Mais. 9.30. a.m.: High -Mass, 11 a.m. Sunday school, p.m. Kvcaine 7.30 p.m. Sermon ral earh CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. Bank olocS.. Ser- vtcfl at j. in. er1 CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN Hall. Hev. J. u. rirkel, pastor. Sun- d.iy school. 10.M a.m. ser- vices at 11 a-iii. and T.Jil p.m. Chris- tiaji Kndcavor 7 p.m. J.JETHODIST WKSTMIS'STEK J. pastor. -.Morning subject1.. Iced. SALVATION ARMY Services art helfl at the Fi.TlL street. lollops: Sui naiuri. ly n 'fl the al ll.'JD. ;Sur.dav classes mi m. Controversy Over Altitude of'.Cereal Botha Who Has .Vowed to Maintain Strong. Imperial Relations To- ward the Empire MzcROBERTS; HARDWARE STORE THREATENED MANAGER B.UDD> OF HUDSON'S .GOES TO -''GROUA'RD. Sunday si S3tl a-m. and liie frs? meeting. Wcuno and iouitli Satvlays %t lie 'cHBlsTADELPHlANS eleven.oViofk sprite. CHKISTADEI.PIHAXS At .ROMAN 'CATHOLIC PATRICK'S: pallor; Her. P. Ulni-ip-m. Kve'nine service school IliWe ;CJ All are cordially irelcc X. (between, Gtii arcd; th Breaking "ST." pm A :SI N p.ra: 1-ilb ably, was attitude to he assum- respective, cjajnis of ilie Kmpire and iRoiilh African. ,na- (icneral Hptha being .ac- A.'C. r' Ms oi subordinat- A wide varielj of pure fnilt flavored fillings, coatings orf the richlst and purest "choc- olate of Tclvctr stnoolb ness. Sold by all kadin? dealers. DINGLE STEWART Makers, Winnipeg 'Man. nilUc delUrrril br Mr. Sid-Uil'l preach at both services. Similar j the interests of. to ncy. T, IteUlord... "The schuol at tiie disssnsicv H 'is possible he may make an early appeal lo-tim country. General; liotha, in his, closing speech' r.t-the Nationalist' IVingresV, devoted" a'good deal of attention in the relations or Houth Africa anil the I'indicf" Citet, 12. OTiat zhiglit havt> been a very disastrous biaif, bail it not received such prompt ahention, started in the room, ol -tV. Hardware .store at 2.30 p.m. on t'ri- iday. "The" origin oi the fire is not Kmpire. Af-ter ridiculing the idea -of posilively.lnolvn, but it is supposed a federal Parliament in which Booth a ,Volknian. who- had a few Africa.'noiilil foue only rcprc- seiihiliies, lie u'ent'On the meaning (if linper- ialfsiri One man saiit it this, and -ahbtlior'. nxplaiiied- it in a ifiFser-. ent way. >15ut he nuist say that the -toilaj According to the laws oE ilie country the niein- Lers oi government 'ivere called ibments.before lighted the firepoi for sojiJejina; purjioses, must have drop- ped the matth while; still lit, on the oil again floor, which was more or less soaked. The fire bell 'assisted by soon gathered a crowd Vliose quick. action.inj putting- ail ijie the; Third ave. .Vorlb. minute.'" walk from the oar 111H6. TtiMday evenlnga at S o'flQCt, TjiLTaday eveufufis o'ciKt, special waiting on Ihe Lord for the Hiptlain of tho Holy Spirit. Sunday morning'jtt 10.3C1 o'clocV, nit l.or-ls Jeath. Ser- ricy iu tho a! 7.3u. Come arid driak of the. watrr of life freely. "For Pj-oniise is unto you and to your chiWrrn and i0 all'ttal are afar off. c.rtn' bath-school at 3.15.-p. In. Knglish "hereupon fiuarrrl was transfer-jtha'liiitish Kmpire. They cmild nol classjs on to Ilie pulilic platforrn anul thelgct it. it-was their con- dav at 7.30 p.m. ami: children's" Congress of the Nation- stilution and yet they .were as Ircc iy a til-es p.nk anircbiluren s p ill held on Wertnesday I itoor party. Kriday at 6.30 p.m. instead of 7 p.! Gfntral Dp Het joined forces with in. Choice practice Wednesday at i HerlTux and al a trial of g p strength sessions the rc- KXOX cent congrcis ninety dclegale's fcrl- A. O. Cameron. I'ull'ic worship lr.vlers out of the. hall, I equality. 11; will pi subject, (Jiving." Kvcnine. "Arc. We (iiving (rod fair-' as jnanr as, Hoys' lieparlnicnl ol the laps in tlic'taililins, managed to liis Majesty's ministers, and .yd they jtinguish the, fire before the brigade.! were still'the government-.of South tjlne ,0 wi.their boss attached Africa.' Their country was part ol j waa done, the u.oulding around the room was charred aud the electric frjse hiirncd out. As this store is near the. centre of the. Scoll blocl, it can easily be liiitgliieil whit raisht have so in they were] occurred liad thc'-flfr. hot been nb- iiot a buhjctt stale, but part ol the Jt uncontrollatle. British Kmpire, aud on an They ucie a -sister .state as if they were their own state, and tooli.' up liie had "n. anil 7.3U p.m. the minister 'wine 131 with General "linlha. It'of England. AcdirdiriE to his opin- ?reach at both sf.rvices. Morn--is rv-I'resiilein stoyti