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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. .January THELETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD CONTAINS ALL' Till: VALUABLE PllOTEII) OF BKEF Those who urc constitutionally weak, i'ind the best noiii'iBhiiieni in A cup of 'BovrH. It in instantly asshmiared -and mis CHUKCHI SERVICES Church of Josuc Christ of Latter i lists or not. aro to at" whether they arc Christian -Sciou- Sunday H.sciiool held IO.IJO hall, Uouiid Hi. Uio wel- i..m: in neiv K. of Theological study r Doi'trincs of Church. K very body cordially St. Andrew's Church, North Ward Rev. W. Uryden, H.A.. minister. pastor. vices at !J a.m. und 7.30 Sunday.15- Subject. "I'erf School ur p.m. und' Aduli Hlble hi 4 p.m. Westminster: will be licld at II and l.'.W. "The pastor, Ucv. A. A. Lyilf, will preach at both services. Sunday School and Hible C.'lrtss at o'clock. First Baptist A. .1. .Morning service at ersistent Effort and ]tn llowjird." Sunday School and Adult Ulblo at 12.15.' Lethbridgc Excursion Snowbound At the Boundary (Continued from trout the other to haunt back. The excur- sionists will be transferred to this train at Coiitts and expected co arrive here between eight and nine o'clock afternoon. engines at three o'clock this .afternoon were fitilj bucking a t% drift on Warner hill. There was no train to Cardston to- day. The cuts on tho Cardstou branch are all reported filled agnin with enow last, nisht'K wind. 'JVo A. K. r. engines are in the shops. Two are! at Coutts, bno oa the spedii'. and the'- and you'll 'get thc finest you ever been fortunate enough to use. Do ItVoday, RELIANCE INK CO. Ltd. Winnipeg, other lhc The DEFENDS CHURCH ADVERTISING New York Divine Says It Is in the Best Interests of Churches It is a firm conviction of Kev. Dr. i Christian F. Reisuer, pastor of Grace- j Methodist Episcopal Church in Now York, tbit churches nowadays should advertise. Commenting .on this sub-; jeet the other day, he said: "Advertising is tbe most vital as- sistatn. in ihe business world. Of j course, Ihwe must be something back It. A prominent doctor declared the other day that all adver- tising doctors became bankrupt unless they had real ability. Truth must be n eloquent, speech follow- V.C-nt OUt tO CoiIttS th S mnmino- tnnlr lUUUA- V.UI.HB moimi.B TOOK, ed somewhat the same, lines Mr- 'he last two available, leaving the! iv-es two company without engine that ccJd fr ;-3lne What Institution has more cer- be aeut down -with a plow to I fitting and needed truth to tell tbp Cardston branch "fy anothcl1 i than church? Rush rules Hjauvu. .they could assist each other in Great Falls Entertains 'n un Kev. .Grjirii will take as his siDlp clues. S welcome. Holy tinpUaoj. T p.m. lioly coramun- 1st and 3rd Sundaya at 8.UO a.m., -nd and 4th ai H o'clock j'ervice. Ifrotherbood oJ H St. room 2.30. West i minster Road. Christians meet to re- CHURCH IN A PRAIRIE miles from a railroad, on tho. Tu-sOay evt-nini; In the" vustry ndrew's meets crest of a billow Of the prairie at of the little setlement of St .at S p.m. V. McMlller., rector; ad- 1 is ?his stone church rh-t dress, fiW Sixth strcot SM.OW. A prosperous commvr.- Church of St. arfioo] Mary's (Anglican) p.m. i.'M. Wednesday i ami evensong's ni'inlou bo cok-braied oa the HCO- C., Ives -spoke hi terms of Great Kails and predi-.-ied a hkppy and.'prosperous intu'r'e. It has Uxc natural reso.urc.es. j'nd to bacbme a great He cojrtin-pt- eil. upon _ the K'.rge .11 mnber oi Can-5 adians live Great Mol advocated the of efforts to-'secure Letter railway coraniuui- most: rnerce at the theatre, party, a large ven Days" the men. bly of the treat- ment they received and the excllent entertainment way. provided in every PATHWAV caions between rUithhridsc and liveati PrGaclier is 87 years old. He was born ar.a also that m Yorkshire, Kngland, and went forth Bible Gives Authority "The word "advertise' occurs twice in the Bible, and. 'publish' one hun- dred the Gospel means publish the good tidings. There were no presses, and so Paul wrote letters everywhere, to be read, and passed on, advertising the blessings his religion... compiled dozens of books covering: every subject, printed them, cheaply and peddled them per- sistently. His successors, the Metho- dists, the :-largest publishing the house .in. the. world, and their papers 'furnish -'no :mean medium for' adver- Alv.-ays satisfying nud eujoyable at'eyery moal because it Is a good, sensible, pure, solid cream cheese atd with all nutriment of tbe ity cream left in. Jus: the best cream procurable and in im "Improved" way in a-'scrupulously clean factory; Ptitv. up in white opal jars, and In pure tinfoil temptingly sorve. McNaughton's is a little better cheese and has.a delightfully palatable tans that t're of. home where .discriminating tastes prevail you wiH'eventually find this ulurly irresistible delicacy. ;You will, enjoy every" morsel. A-sk your grocer for. it every-time, and servo it the next time you dine. NAUGHTON "WINNIPEG. MANITOBA. tiou be Tha trii> the Leth- "cjgc- -meu had aiprfou revealed thc brid nament to any fashionable dty bonle end Sunday of month, at a.m.1 vard. TUC interior is in! keeping vrlib. uy of Komati Catholic German farm- __ crs built the bills..iud'.defeat) ed U to between the Wo It is a church that would be an cltfes.: V :he Fifth Ave. North Baptist Chapel-j-tho reet of thc pianB. The wfndbws Pastor. Rev. U. G. Kinsman. Sunday' ,tft. e. ee w.or> school 3 o'clock: prcachiat: service! 7.30 o'clock. -Subject: "Tht-. T'empia- j Hvi-rybody wolcotnfr. madc b-v tion." .Hvi-rybody vlH hold Httrvitfes tomorrow at I PartJculttr Job. l! a. us. mid en the st-cond j i'rie nearest town is .Seneca, agreement. .Af-- hes said that it wluild no doubt make freer trade between the countries, but whatever, tratie barriers of stained glass were sported from might be removed, ihev would not re- riovi'the boundary line. He