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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE EIGHT THE LETH BRIDGE DAl'.Y HERALD KE1WUAKY 21, 1914 CHURCH SERVICES In the Remarkable experiment sublets reported to the McJicil an cf tiavnt rioiute to ihc !i" of the snu i airs proved to pro- d-cc in incieaj; and jnusc's to the o tbe Urge while showing thit the body-Priding pcwtr cf Bcvrll is from 10 to 20 times the amount taken. j ANGLICAN 1 ST. Al'GUSTlX'S C'Hl'RCU Cuirer Second Ave. ant St. I Rov. C'aron Muriel-Wright, rector. 'Matins II a.m. Holy Communion tv- 1 'fiv SuiJj) cicruuis at S a.m. j at ikt rlcvtii u'dock on tiist Sasihy cl tie moulii. KVMWOBJ T.'JO ?.m. Sunday sclod'lO a.m. j ST. MARY'S CIWRCH-Ker. C. IV-plum. rector. Holy Communion j S auJ Choral Eucharist oa the j ifrst Sunday of the at clever, service. Matins 11 a.m. irun-j svliovl J p. ai EvensctiS 7.3U p.] v -r -it. i i: ctiilli j i: t eeoVi rijh: i.'.J ia lit ViKiea i K 11 I worn, as he Ud IlUed most ably. ST. OYPKIAX'S ir.rr Slh and KlMrnlh St. Rev. faco-i McMilkc. rector. Matins 11 1'. in. Sunday icheol and 1'iWe class fhrrf p. m. Holy ronilLUiiioa on the lirst Suiitay at SM a aed m Ike fourth Sundays it the eleven service. CHRISTIAN SCJENCE FII13T CHURCH 6? CHRIST, Bank block. Ser- vice at eleven a. ni. Wednesday ev- eair-5 testimony rjfetlr-E, S.OO p.m. The rradin? room Is open to every- j one every day from three to p.m. t Kveryone Is cordially invited to at- -.end." SOMAW. CATHOLIC j ST. PATRICK'S A. Ml. Itosenthal. Itev. 1'. Mlnl- jv.egeo, assistant. Mass 9 ,a.iii. High Jbss, 11 a. in. Sunday 'school 3 p.m. Kvening service 7.30 [v-iu..Bertr.on at each service. 1 SALVATION Af.MY i Services are leia at (.hi Citadel, Flft'.i street, as lollinvs- Sunday, ll a.m.. Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, acd 7.20, Salvation meeting. Week Monday, if p.m.. public ELECTED THIS MORDEN TING AFTER THE IN- TERDICYS determined to hive the business ol interdicts getting out. 1'Mi pernicious iiracUce has carried on a good deal He, j roee'.inE. led by sisters; therefore, made a .start this wiek 5 p.m Bolult-is' meettoi; Thtrrsday. ilayln-.cousiiiaiiit on tte three follow- 5 rim.. SalvstSon mcetlCB. CitaJel Pinchehr Creek, Alberta, Feb. Tbe first meeting of the neiv hoard of directors of tbe Memorial hospital vi'aa aeld in tho Council CbanzbeL on j evening, at u'hich the i officersJor the corning year were as follows: President, .'ilorden; vice-president, 5. A. ?ecrelary. F. Duviuy; financial com- J. K. Upton mer McKerrichher.' Rev. j. H. Gret- t6n: manssetneut committee, McKerricher Tneo. Newinaii, G.-'Saville; fcuilding and grounds committee, T. Scott (chair- S. A: Frr.scr. Thus, llorden: Kraergency comrflittee. T. iiordea (cij.-ilrtnany, 'J. B. Unton, Tlioi. Scott A. Koss, cs secretary, wos and re- expressed tliat Jlr. had lOurid it to she up the ins vrhu tried Inspector band in attendance: Saturday, S p.m. Junket. K.XAV.M.P.. the lesull fret and eisr mee'.lng. ths; J. 11. Giltenie was fineii {25.00 j CHRISTADELPHIANS and costs for bein? cirunl; and tlls'or- f HHISTADELVHIASS Meeting' derly: Ralph S1D.OO and costs nootu, iSO at., (be-i anJ J. W. lircckenridse 515.M aad j 2r.d and 3rd Breaking Word 'oi Dread. 4 p. rn. Evening sprvice i on Saturday 7.30 p. m. A lecture will be ilelivrrcd 1 Dr. .1. J. Gilkspie. of the by Mr. Sidney T. liatsiord, 'eath of her mother, Mrs. Win. Mil- j "Kvcrbslmg Vur.iEhment not Eternal er. at Merricfcvllie, Ont. S rom the eflects of a strote OL _ She had paasej away on rriday. PENTECoSiAL Much symralhy is emended to Mrs. j PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS At Gillespie in her bereavement. tht hoT.e of Mr. Simnifaett. 1323 eceived today that Hour-: Third ave. North, ouc minute's walk] ari went about Suifericg i Torment." Everytody welcome. Bring f iyour liibles. from the. car lines', Tuesday, evenings j aco, to' take un another terra iat S o'clock. Thursday evenings at 8. of'colTege'lii Calgarj. mei" a. 'o'clock, .on the Lord] nasty accident while playing hockey, j for the_ Riptlsm of the Holy some T.-ay of the neck Trith a He was rendered unconscious for quite a time- In fact, death was feared for a while. After a couple of days' coufiuement to bed. however, he is "Jo- ing flr.s." gc-otl piayer. but in 10.30 o struck aircss the bart; [nienioerins of the Loiii't ueaia. vice'in'the evening, ct 7.30. Come! ur.d drink of the water.of liie freely, j "For Promise is unlo you; and i lo to Ml. that are afar fre'n as many as !piir God. sb-lll call." LATTER OAV ciroucif OF JESDS 'CHRIST .OF MATTER DAY SAIXTS-'S. 'O. E !Hall. Idlli St. S... .-war Y: :SI. Q. A- 3.45 a.m. Off.cers and teachers rfcest- iins; 10 a. m., Sunday Schoal; 2 p.m Ba'cranieri'mee'tine.' Visitors alwaje i welcome. Bishop B. S. Young, 1211 i 3rd avc. S. 'Ptor.-; 035. i BELIEVERS i H-jrgnann's Hall, US Thirteenth 1 street. N'orlh I asaenlle on the Lord's Day for j hreakins ol hread at 11 a.m. (jospcl preaching al 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, 7-4j p.m. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S F1HST LUTHERAN1 6th Avc. ami Fif- fMnlh St. Ilcv, C. Grant, minister. 'Sunday, Keh. 22. Services 11 a.m. aid p.m. Sunday j-.chcol, 3 p.m. j ciiltlS'flAX Hall. Kev. J. B. Pickel, pastor. Sun school, 11-10 a.m. VrcacMn STANDARD FEBRUARY SALE Our Third Home Furnishing Greatest of Our February Series Begins Saturday the 21st Oak Extension Tables SoHd Quarter Cut Onb Fumed finish Ki- teuston Tables, round top, -IS Inches, ex- tends to S ft; supporting one of the Lesl Tables sold on our floors rcgu- larly for Set of Diners To malcli Table. Quarter Cut Oak. upholstered hi best Span. CO? isli Leather, reguiir price t'eliruary, Sale Price...... I LEGGEUPLAT SPRING BEDS Mattresses and Springs Positively one of the sreates; Mattress Bargains over otfereiL Specially well made, fibre lilled. cotton top and bottom; CQ CQ best Art'Ticking. Monday BEDS MUST GO-At far below the regular prices .White Enamelled Her! Tith Brass trimmings, strong and well February Sale Pries oniyfihiss1 S-inch posts, satin finish, regular S22.00. Fehrunry Trice 30 i.airs.of Tj-pestiy Cunains in red and broiVn. !ua CO KH wide, regularly sold at 5S. Special February'Sale 50 Lace Cunains; regularly sold at from ''ff to ner'pair. l-'ebr'uary Sale Price, per pair I iCw THE ABOVE CURTAINS ARE PART OF A BANKRUPT STOCK WHICH WE BOUGHT AT DOc ON.THE DOLLAR. TWO ONLY Solid Oak Dressers Large top, 3 larcc drapers, mirror, 15x30.- Regular price Sale Price I We Must Not Forget Baby s'-.vhicli Iron Cribs, and continuous veM lilled sides v.-hich can be adjusted to diiterent posiHona. Ilegiiiar Fefaniary Kale Prico MORRIS CHAIRS Luxury Morris .Chair, self mlj'isting spring scat; piiiow back upholstered in best Spanish Jiarl'y Hiiglisli olio ol the most'comiortublc flro side chairs made. HCBular COO KQ SSv.OO. Special Kcliroary Sale This Fcln-uavy Snlc provides n'rare clianco. to .sect a Carpel al a groat iloal less tiian at proper value. It' you have a lioimMlmt nceils a now uf .Fiiniiturt1, conic to the Stiimhinl SiUui'day. It's the opening day of inir Big February Sale. 4th Avenue Dominion Block, Opposite Court House ONTARIO LAWYERS INTERESTED IH THE FORMATION OF A [prlu, to vires at a.m. and 8 p.m. Chris-__________________ _____-----_. ._ itiaii Knileavor '-i v-m., tiic Business Jlcu I AlberU." Sunciay school and llihlc "flock -'llulrs for Young (Dudley FrankiEh. Messrs. J. .If. Warren ittcrb'' o! now Island, arrived :in town last. He is very busy ,vin be ilicuswj. -fhis clabs 3 p.m. Mm'ning music, anthem, quarlctte, "Turn Thy lace from my Kullon, Mcflenrr. K.- W. rtanfelln ami on .Mon to Ilic Otta- ''c' reitiC -Incline Thine (HimmclV. llojs' department i Her. Wilkcn. Mrs. Wcsrtrook 1 nrcpar tig ..arness shop la-id al are cordially nvited to come ianttiera, "Hcr.d out Thy I-ighV1, of the Sabbath school al S p.m. Otli- j presided at tlie piano, lieins reliovnd for tbe cominB rusu. p.m. jsolo, Miss Dawson. Evening music, er departments and ISihle class at 3 occasionally hy Miss P. Kranklib. At When Raw Winds the uilhcul and !hs iiry heat dr.ors niako (aoa red and chapped--, NA-DRU-CO Cucumber and Witch Hazel Cream aoothec ar.d r.csL, Apply it 3'. tedlirrs. or triwe anil solo; Mrs. Johnson, jp. in. Chinese class at I p.m. Kvcn- j tie flr.lsh of the programme hot _ ina strvicc oi praise. Tlie 'choir will L'alc'lor.ian Hall nt _.pTpT I nrril CIILKLm i-Hcv. II. Mnicr pastor, lies-, ST CUI'KCH-Utli my ].a.lies' Trio [ I13S Sislli avenue r.otth. st-i s. ltcv. A. c. Uryan, minister, feel ihat love. (Moininj _ PRESBYTERIAN render Mc.letl soprano aul chor- uncli was served by tlic ladlts to whom great thanks are duo for kindly avenue Ilnirl your Peace." jStrviccs u a. 1M p. m. Duet and Chorm- sanjcct, "Tr..- fecit Central j Ksox VHKHIIYTBIIIAN I'tiMic for ,hc j Tbi-i i5 tl.c second ol a at ll a.m. JiM 7.31) p. ra. I praiscj; lisritcne Ooil of on Leilibridge TtjC Cameron, Or Tei.or-liccita- (lie lives ni prcaci, a( thc morning service, people rt-nd your An ejouisile toilet v.'hlcti counleracls the tendency and keeps Ihe skin soft srid beauliful. In 25c. ars, at yotir cruggis! s. NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL TO. Of CANABA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. j series i men viewnl IttiC Apostlrs i .1.. Jams inj scnict-.-i. hearty welcome lo all Mnc a special invitation! t'liristiaus for thl j morning wrviie. school 3 p.: (lie lives of our Lord. Mr. .sirig at the even- subject, "Slcwarilsliip." Anthem, FIRST IJAI'TIST C1IUHC1I, corner of Third Arenas and Ninth j Kofs. pastor. Services II a.m. rc'iO P.TTI. ivifirning suriicct, t'-Thf ntttffm and the liird." Kvcnit.g sulijct-l, ".Saved al ItiC Last." METKOOIST V, KSTMISSTKIl L'MI KUIl-HfV. 1 II. Francis, patlnt. Jlornin? s-Jb- "Inlockiiis l.ile." Children's "MaVi-.i; a Home." .luninr at parsonage at 11. .31. soliirct. Urcat Mnr.'s l-'acc." Men's Oivn at 1; U llaraiSlo.7, o! the city wil! speak- i.c Slcrltrn in Edn- cation." Ail ure ueicoir.e. ClIUIiCH-litv. II. rriidnicc Elcvrtith 101. Morninjt subject. "Tlin with all your liwrls Contralto the Lord Is mindlul of His (SI. Strarigers and visilurs nlway.s ciinic. Tlil.N'ITY Scr vices II ji.rn. Chililrcn's church, .1.15 p.m. Sabhalh cchoul 7.M p.m. Hright evening scriirc. Tl'.crc will he intelings on Mnnd-ty, Titrcilcjy or Wed- ncfdsy. Friday choir practice, al S p. m. All meriihcr.s arc to he pres- ent. Keep March (he nih (rtc. Full parllcuhrs later. Mr. .1. G. Iloberteon Kliont a daja in Grassy I.afce on buBlneas last ucek. Mr, rcpresentins the lin- cake wliii them. Tr.e tak-1 Oil town, (or ings realized practically tony dollars. Miller, butcher, of Hoif Island, is In town asaln. and hns piircli.lsed another corloarl of hogs. Mr, M.'ll. Hunt eptut last .week 1" on Mr. H. Gardner, harness maker, for- day's with George While last weak. Mr and Mrs. li. lloren are visiting at Ilio lionie of Mr. Knauss. Mr. Wiiutz. wlio has spent the win- ler with Mr. ami P. llecker, left louu on Frlilar last en 'route for North D.ikotn. t Vn-ssaefi of L'tiii ts Mp.rtc 1'ioiiin Sn. Kvcnir.g ilioa for SHIWH, CURES COUGHS I, COLDS Korcmoat. Alberta. Feb. Foremost branch of the Church of r'nglalid A concert In aid of the Building fund OTI Wednesday evening, February 11, and altbough the Teatb- cr Tan extremely cild anrl slormy, tfio hall was well lined, and flr.ltriflld waa accorded the excellent The and gtnllcmen geiier- ously gave their asslstanco; Mrc. ItohcrtE, Miss M. Krankijli, Mtsg 1', "It Will Pay You To Buy Br'uce's treble [o rail for (oi J ble [o nl rai rely. f (U-P18C illnlnlc.1 .-nUteif of vtjeukit. F mnti Sallx. SnpjliM ami Crfr.lcn Tmtl nnd Irapltn 11'KtrE TO-DA SEED v MERCHANTS W OTMTXXJiJO ;