Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBIUDGR ,aLv T .A. JL A Ai v vv nD TO IVvTCIOTlC U. KNAPI'KN ANb'NEiiy.DAYroN NHWS; V .F.A K.-n Correspondent! Carmangay, Jan. A goodly m bor, fourteen In all. from Carmani ant! district' went lo Ednioulon this week lo allcnd the U. P. A. aununl convention. There Is no doubt the Importance ol this farmers' parllO' inenl Is being more and more reaV tzeil-each year. Tho interest taken In It by (bis town phows that our. fahn ere leallze the benefit of co-operative action. A large number of automobiles may liove been seen speeding their waj from CnrmaiiEay to Vulcan "on Thurs day of this week. The procession was lengthened em ro.ute of cars from Champion. The object o Ir.leresl was the hockey game between Vulcan and Carmangay. Thoso attended report seeing a Bpleudl hlbltioc of hockey, though the game Mr. Charles Alfred The brldo" vas slllred In R wedding gown of vlille silk, and carried u lieautlfuj louquel of roses. The bride's sister si bridesmaid, while .Mr, R. Scott acted ns best man.. Auong the guests weio -Mrs. Perils, -Miss Iforem, Mr. sad Mrs.' L-. Scott and Messrs, n'yn'n, Baulle au'd Lyckman. The cere- mony was performed by Ilev. II. Teller, M.A., ol Carmacgiy. At- a Duffel luncheon tha happy cou- ple left on n short lioueymooll to (Frchi Our N'oblttorJ, JHD. Whenever an appeal Is mado for H object pe a KoWoia does Its ahars cheerfully Uanlf and Edmonton. Upoa their re- and well. This week he of lurn they will lako uf their residence HeMel were to tho fore. Sllsa Hi tho splendid new home on C. P- Coleman conduced a Wynn's' farm. Their many wish them inucn happiness. Riiv. W.' F. Gold of tho Hlloniey-gen friends -nmons tho school Children nclsed the nei'lr married couple; Mr. anj Frank Unnies, Tuesday if. .crncAj'n aud gqyo theui a shower, 'of tllv'a'rirere and linen. A. iilcis- ml time 'v'iit had, rcfreshiueutj yero served. b. l.ynils his queued a garage In the building .we of Fletcher's store, and does all klujlc o( repairing; Mvs. Job of Orassy Lake, Is. vlaHIng relatives (icrc thla week. Tllreo chlWrca'bl J-onta roniorleau hare been 111 'ullh snd last" night tho four month, old was not eiuftled to live. Th.a youugesl child of A. C. Oivens result that the sum ol ?16.60 col- lected. was followed Weil cial's deparltncnl, occupied-Ihe uul- -uesday evening by a laiflenr lecture- pit of tha Methodist church last Sun- In the entiled day n the Interns, of the enforce-i "Hound the Word in plslily Jim niont of Iho Liquor Act. At the claso lltea." Some eighty very, fine slides of Iho evening service a few citizens were Ihroun on the screen and were reuinlned to discuss Ihe act vtllh Mr. Ercally appreciated jiy .tile fu! audl ll.n, Cold.: NEW hAYTON Our Own 'New Dayton, Jan. George was somewhat spoiled by a fracas and! Husk .went to Lethbrldga Friday at. the Vulcan men: pulling off the Ice hear the end of .the game. .The final tcore slood 3-2 in favor of Carmangay. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Vowat returned to ldft-n Irora Toronlo, .where .they were married; aud bare (akan up resi- dence IB tilt Nash librae. They are rc-celylns many congratulations (rbrn a circle of Iriecde. Mrs. MowaU (nei yiss Is tho'slater ol our urstwhllc local lawyer, Sir- A. D. UOBE, now o( I.ethhridge. The hnnnal open meeting of the M.'S.'n-aBheld'in the Methodist "church on Thursday ove'nlng. tl exercfsas ivora taken by 3Ir3-- 3III1- ICT, Baker and Mrs, Law. The fallowing program was. Ihen .siren: AJd ess, Ihe president, Mrs. rcadius, 3iis. Jliller; misslpnarv-hells rChonls ol readldtr, jlr.5..1'ollls; -loeal' trio, Misses -L3. Parkinson, i 'Innimoii and W. Thomas: .esercUe Group ol Girls, read ihi; rocil solo, .Jllsa Jlrs. Thomas. fjJKV .refreshments then served.- ernoDU. f. Saui .N'oble returned Falls Wedresday. from Great IE sick. Miss Jlcndcrshot oipeclB to leave Ihle Medlctno Hat. W. M. lleber> new, hall and opera ho.u50 IB "ejpcpted to bo completed about Koh. Ist, enco that" asscpi amouhled to }rt.S6 and waa'itiily for- warded to W.: A.L M. V; Thus no Minn (M.30 lias been contributed .to tha llelsluni Itelkr Fund this week by our- town. J. Rhercr acting station .agent, relieving Mclt'cll tor a few days. Tbo Noble Vouhdatlon'la erecting an.ice-house in connection with the new hotel. -It Is ejpecled (hat tho o number pi clyl'itren In this' iiotel will won be. completed: Tho nelEhlorhopd have Ihe measles..Tharo steam heating Byfilem'.has biitr.i. In- was.-no .IfislHiite meeting held the stalled and Is already 20lh of Janiiary. And the New Dayton and plastering Is In nroi .on EChool Ic closed on account of the: Sam Lee has opened i ;restnunnt [Vrrni' Our.Own Correspondepl) Grassy Lake, Jan. 25. Clark, who has 'been tho Ruest of he sister. Mr.i. J.. II. Paul ft'n'd riCorge. Morelwnd are Itor tho: fjrst ol the week.- Harrison spent a few days with Mr. John Cress. .Thompson went to Leln- Monday. In the old-post office, building. Dy Iho tiiiic we get a meat1 iriarket, Wntson aceompBuyiiig Uef-as (jif Lothbrldee. Mrs. J. U.'Black, who for .Hie. P has of. 'Oriii I-ake, left Wednesday, for are aMirgc .number _of' lnl Alex Supwden, r.re a Mirgc nunjucr 01 .UOLIUH-M ML f, this district who .are taohis sadlj- up for of a consolidated scliool a r light here. II Is (o act Cayley, Alia.. >S i u llli our'Own correspondent) Knippen.-Jan. weather ere'Jias been vcn- fine for the-year.; Thp'-iiosl offlco hnllcllng' at BI.'.'KII- turned nrounil Ihls week o Ihe tlen will he .djsiiiaycd from Ulc ud.-iior.t tho nuhllo'-hlKliway. Coldor'drives Ilio'tlago from ideu.' to and carries Iho mull, laklng the round' trtp'of '30. miles, in Richard lloso "are over ihc' arrlvnl of a baby (o'r Mr, pile MninNigc'r-'.p of.' NOT 8O wpro: jlipl ,-MoosoJnw, Jnn, off Iho Susk'nirheivari' arand piVly oil division of Ibu C, U, for the' Sept. l-tb'Joiiuarj- 20, returned- oa' Sutunloy NQ ,1 k.: The wrp'maii: was. on her svay to IJie BtahdnrdG with Mr'and .Mrs. Joe llariioy and da'ugU-.l hosplln'l'wh'eii III on Ihe enr. llck'scoplc lenses. '.-f !vMi m mm .'returned John Koralln; returned (o New Day-1 ouchl lo be (nade at once. to.-, at lip Tlie many friends of Mrs. Sniltl, Amended. Ihe funeral of ;3Ir loiyiis..Great Kulls, Moni., Lowlslph, .Calsarr, formerly rillss Lois .TacXer- i s rooiner.' Dullo, -Mo'nl., bhry, will to liafii'that ,sno Is J'r. and-Mrs D.-D. kflni.man nmie Ihls country to bike np resi- North Dakolii :andott .-Ed.. Craig, trqm NcnitsSnm, Alia., denco tiiiltSd MrsJ" rastcrn points, n here Buent LETHBRIDGE has .bieti a. source imt uiiiiHriinnnniii imfflimiiiJiiffiiMiiiiiiii ij, tessage S. PRESBVTEBIAN j-Knbi'Chnrch Corner 1lh slrtlit s- .RevlVCant. A. H-'.tenoon. Free W. r. Pastor. )rte-ular Eervices. at: ll-.a.m.-and 1-30 eiaim the glad tidings 6; the King- -'dom'of'God. Subject: "The World Crisis. DOM Give'Any'Light Upon Ell" No Collecikin .12.30 a-m. Big'Sisters' Bible Class. :-A 2.00 p.m.: Bis Drolhcrs'. V day .'School.' M pin.': Chinese Class. 'ijiisldrA.31.: "0 That 1 Had Winga jiLlke a Smlclon. .Unto Gounod. ST. ANDREW'S. Rev: Pasior. '7 Parsonage Ave. up 1659 li'a.m'. Topic. Doctrine of.Sln.' r: I p.m.: All ttepartmenls'ol Westmlns- ter Sunday School. p.m.rAduH. Young -People's 'TiBlhle Ciass In Parsonage- "STlT'Ali'Departmenls of St. Andrew'i ..'Sunday School. 7.30- Oilt Sen-lee, llluslrated, of Elides- "The First and '.Chrlit" Vlll he shown. Ufa of matter for.the'Board of Trade to con acci- dent on 'Mopday- afternpoii assisting flilng-.of the-well his and one fmger was .badly crushed. lie LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day" Saints Tlh'Avc. and 12th Sty S. Sunday a.m. Slcratneht p.m.. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.mj VUttbrs Always Welcome.- Bi'ihop-Ge'o. BELIEVERS l' Hall, 41B 13lh3t North. ,lake Prices.- Although the .supply .of gr caVs been He he present the b portion of the own andeem i'irX m. K several new "plans .will, be announced shortly. 'V-! The annual. Sunday school meelinE was held at the libnie of Mr. and Mrs. evening., New o'flicera .and teachers elected were: E. C: Cranstoiinj actinj cra'die'- llrs. nii- chacan auil -Meaara. K.-B. Hunt and Believers "assemble ".on the Lord's Ruby. .Day for the Breaking of Bread it A total of ;700 forwarded to SuTiday School at 3 p.m. spe Bfble l Preathlng at-7.30 p.m. p.m. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Cbnrch Cor, llln Strtel and Sth Ave. South.' Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllcn, B.A-, Rector Celebration of S.30 a. ;ni. Su'nday School nni Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSOXC 7.30 pjn. and 3rd Sun- days at S.30; ,2nd and 4th Sundays at 11. a.m.' Sundays at 1 p.m. SCIENCE of Christ Scientist iHuil.'BlocV, 7th Street 3. Sundjy Service at .11 a.m. Wedhecday Evenfnfl, Testimony malt- ing at S pJnl READING ROOM, OPEN TO ALL. j Calgary this vveelc by the local pa- IrloUc fund' 'ireasurer...The balance he retained.junlll the canvais'when IL is honed to forward at more.- The.commlllee met this week and final nrrBngcniehts METHODIST Wesley Church Rtv. G. H. CohblcdieX, Pislor PirVonast 320 11lh St. S. Phone 404 -11 a_.m.; The Pastor. 3' p.m.: 'Bible School and Classes for AU Ages. V7.30 p.m.: "Tht Illusion! of tht M-d EveniDg; "Seek Ye the Rqherts; Gladsome LlsnV Sulll van; Solo. Mrs. Bsilpn; "Angeli Ever Bright and Handel Ladles' Quartette. "Nearer Jiy GDI lo..Thdc.'' Ashford. BAPTIST Firet Baptist Church Cor.' 3rd. Ave. and 9th St S. Rev. C. Baker, Patter Icrr.InK subject: "ThB Leveli of Life; Where Cod. znd Humanity Hett" Children's Part: "The Door With the Golden Knocker." Evening Subject: "A Modern Chall- enge from an Ancient Preacher." lunday-School at noon. PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave. H., Baptiil Church 11 a.m., remembering, the Alberta Government'- .telephone for the past four are bow on a" trip to Uie coast, and-oh Hieir-return'will reside-' In'. Grassy 10 One of the sighifir Hr The Duke of Cdnnaught, .before liis1 return to -jfini "land after a long and tionbr-; able service as Governor-General of was the installation Gpvernrnent Ottawa; of: -THOMAS A. EDISON'S, wonderful new: invention, for' perfect.re-creation pfirnusic, were made for the big' effort that Is to complete the local cahvaFa: This is. the last call for this season and the'.committee confidently anticipates "'generous response to the a'ppeal. An Important 'meeting of the Tied Cross committee will be held In the sdioolhouse on Wednesday evening at S p.m. Matters of Interest arc to he discussed and a full attendance Is lhat' members of the society who are'not'on the committee will also make an effort to be present. (From Our Rurdett, Jan. Last. -year Unr- detl contributed to the Patriotic Fund Lord's Death. Evening, 1.30, GOB- a sum of money lhal waa. away above pel meeting. I p.m.: Sunday School. p.ra-, I'rayer and tha Word. lhal sent In from larger towns. This year loolcg still beller, as there is a good beginning. Gco. II. Johnston, secretary here, Bent a ch.en.ue to Taber p.m., Special walling last Wednesday for Durdelt upon Ood1 [or the Baptism of the only promised showa Holy Ohoaf. where Ihe prosperous farmers live- Elder Oeo. F. De Ellion, Converted As another gift lo (he Patriotic (From Our Own Coiresponrlentl Coaldale, Jan. C. i1.' operator here, for the pa.5( four monltu has been iransferred [o U in the Galli hospital, Lcthbrldge, undergoing Irealment. .Airs." W. J. Emde met with a palnfu) accident' on Saturday la'st, when she slipped on some Ice and spilled, holi- ng water over her 3 p'alnfiil it is'not'cpjisldered Beriouii, Geb. Hughes is iiiilaMliie; a Delco in lils' rcEldence'. fa brings hl9 home ciultc'up to >ia3 been commmced 'riii 3cter Lund .t Spna new hardware) store. Mr. and -Mrs. W. H. Pawson left on Sunday nlghl for a''visit to Delavan', Illinois. The U. P. ajivp to to be derived' ,tbe .annuaj convention, 'being held'In Kdmonton week.and sent Us .full of paying 'their" eipenses. itosri.-V.'. J, I. Lefler and W.' W. are our S. S." punh Secretary, VIce-Presldent, of'the con- vention Is also a member 'of this local. 's 'W. Drown, son of Chaa. Brown, gen era! merchant, has arrived here from Superior, AVls., and has eecured a po- sition, on the staff 'of. tho -Merchants nanfe, Lethhrldge. Nlghl classes began last night for the benefit of the Russians In tnl> district. Seven were enrolled ant others arc likely lo Join 'shortly There are a few Russian settlers In _j .Chrislian Church i 10.30: Sunday Schoel followed Communion Sefvlcft and. Preaching Endeavor. cervlcf, KeV; Frank A. Andrews will prcac al) Ibo niorrilne p.nd Evening se welcome- Uttlln Iho' itactr. Hill, Hlslntolhio Erlrar.te Dth SI. and 2nd Avtnua .WedMsdays: i p.m., plble Class. 1 Snndai's nt 3p.m., to cuiumemoret'i the I Lijrd'j Deaih and at T.30 p.m., to pro-1 o--- ujcic ale lew jiuaamn oekitcia Infidel will apeak at these meet-' Kind, Ceo. It. Johnston tas Wndlyhhli communitf nnd this is one way Ings- donated a Chatham kitchen, cabinet'of'catadlanlzlng them. The work I .'MIH Is Coming Saon, 'Get Ready! 'alued at Ji7, to be raffled for andlunder the dlrecllon of the prjr.clni A HEARTY WELCOSIE TO ALL 'he proceeds Jlven to the PafrloUclot the school. j A new Inslalment'ot the UMvcnlts The ladlei met with II. Bird atj o( Alberta, Extension lia the parsonage arrived to the greil satisfaction'o and Organized i ladles' Aid, called all Interested readers! Theie SALVATION ARMY Strvicti Held al the Citadel, Slh SI _........____ .._..... _________ a.m. Holiness Meelicg; the willing Workers ol aro good, wholesome varied In'BUD- 2 p.m. Praise Mecilog and 7.30 cliurcfc. Officers elected were Mrs. I Ject. matter and The lm vsllon Meeting. Bird as president, 111 u Anderson oiling library Is popular 'anon Week S pra., Pub-I as seorelary and treasurer. The lad-1 readers here, as Is evldencei by Ih lie Mcetlnf. Ics are lo meet with Jin. J. Hole-1 large number patronizing It-- Unl Thursday, S p.tn. Salvation Meellnj Inineit Wednesday 14 flalah arrangements art completed fo Citadel-hand In attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m, tree and meeting.-- Everybody off a quilt lhat waj donated by Mra. Anderson, This will bo -rallied (or later for the benefit or the'church. Ato.ut twenty janjes nlcaaacilly aur- handling the library from-tha Echob It will as'formerly hi placed In Ih parsonage, under the care Of 'i M. FswcclL :L' j Thousands' of instruments have already .found their tHe Komes of music-loving Canada. any other .souiid- ;'i reproducing instrument for the 'son "that they re-create 'the voice .or-: E instrumental playing of "an -so per'fectly that you cannot tell-ihe from iSdisoii'sRe-Creation.- rnusic critids two hundred pjE, Am.erieaLS leadmg.papers have con-' I inability to maice; even with the artist' direct comparison: sthC'instrument; EDISON'S FAMOUS LABORATORY MODEL wonderful new invention. 'never tire of demonstrating EDISON'S of Music You I .yourself under no Come f iii and. hear it. THE KENNY AtLIN CO., UMITED Next to DHIi-. Pfione US? The; Drug-Book Store.