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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July TIIE DAILY HER ALP Page 11 RV PIOKEU'S PASTORATE -CHRISTIAN CHURCH HAS BEEN ATTENDED WITH PROGRESS 1 Tho NtirjUug Mission (tie Ucrtld.tlint ttic.ro !a a vorx.- poor family In need_oi_3 Svhohaa-a mat- iresa to "suartj "would bo doing u ktridly'dced hy donating1 It. for this purijoso.: The Nursing MlrtionV'fl'id'ne ia them. J. TV iHcfcel, pnator of Iho Churc ot Christ'- has coiTijiletpiT one. jear's work wit his- congregation.'..During the yon progrdesi lifts boon- iiiado aiong ijnes, oniony wMeli ia noted the fo The church-has: added a number t. rVg u la jv. has. iocreasttl, the Sunday school lias doubled In mem- bership, and in addition to its Jni1 educational work il has purchased nn organ lor-use at tlm services, nnd has cbsLTvod Ijotli Homo and Foreign Missionary "afftTlnRS." A Christian Kn'deiiYor Society has hcon organized "with B. W. Hyan as Iirc'sldenl, nnd au-effort is being made to enlist all life young people ot the congregation, nnd all who nre not -.united' with som0 religious so- ciety of -this nature, hi "a" practical A- Lnfiles'-'AIU Society" lias fileo been oigaulxctl an til'through' ihelr'tiSTorfs n bullying fund" has 'been started; look- ing toward tho pnrehftgtf of flotsf ari (he erection of a 'church'building' cr on. 1 DurliiK the past year -Mr, Plckel Has been able to give only half timo to the lint abridge church, having held service every other Sunday tn.Cham- litcn, AUa., or at nearby points. Thia year the LfOthbridge cougragaliou wil ipAke an effort raise the nticessa'r] funds-to employ a minlater full timo nnd in this progress during the coining twelve months, will D moro niarked; ....-.._.. _ Hiekel's {tie ConrcntloiJ tho Churches 'ot ChrlaL in Alberta In July S find A iiuinbc of {Jelegates from-other pJticea .in thi province are esiwcted, and-a gooi program has. heen iiropared. Cazier. Construct. ion Co. Lands tltontinued Irom Iront point OHO and ona-liaU miles !rom the lake, anil 10.1 miles .soulli. of the noun'Uccy, .commence. :thfi liitc wliidi will Win St. to tho north iort ol MilV liver. Tlio ilam am! tlifi, diversion at Hie rivet will lie two', of the largest iteniE ol.the whole project... But lKr.ro is anotlicl ot-great Importance also engineering Icat wliicli will -be. witched .-with interest, by- .contract- ors'-ill-oy'or'.'fhc sclift- two oi tlie contract, which is being undsriaken hy the .government- itself, tho St. -Mary's river must, tie crossed; as'in tho tlitch the water is carried -through uest.' At this" point will'he seen tlie spectacle of one river crowing another without. a mingling of waters. This is to. he dono by means of IIURO inverted sy- phous in connection vilh the ditch, 'wo syphons ot a circumference -of 32 feet, each will be used. St: Mary's iver.at .tliis point is about 200 feet iclow the level ot; the surrounding roimtry. The syphons .will ditf li-uiii- the ol tlm hill, and be carrim) across..tho river on'cement a distance ot ten teel above tho ters ot tho. St. Mary's, and up. the other side o( the. bank. to.practically tho same level as. whprc they kit the ditch. It-is calculated that-the force want IVQ value more when it is re- l but that whicli hiis been lost [until it is. forgotten will -be found at List with little gladness, and-.with stitl less it a substitute has supplied (he ,t .Mrs. F. E. Coo'iicr, is visiting her mother at Calgary. Sir. M. A. Kilpatrlck, of the Mor- clinnlj bank start. Is rncndlnu a vaca- tion In Winning. ..Mr. anil Mrs. J. M- Woslying left lorlr.y on a two weeks' trip la Vancouver, Victoria and Spokane. Miss Helen Mt-Killop Is summering at present at Uull Lake, where iihe iB'a gucit with Miss Belcher, ol Ed- munloti'. ling "at one-tliirly today, tfhrn lier fcbvhi'a Stella, he- ramo tlie'b'ritle of Krnest Freclerij Layton, soil of >.Ir. and Mrs.. K. S. Layton. of Wimhlcdoh, Kny. The briJal party entered'the draw- ing-room, 'which was fragrantly anil profusely pink roses, to ol Lohengrin's Weil- iliiig" Jlarch, played Uy Mrs. W. P. Xelson- Thd bride, who a most Ur.icilvc picture, wore lier goiig gown of white Ucilloril cord, oiKnin'g' over an embroidered silk House and Milan hat fecei! in hlack and trimmed with a Krcnc.li wrenth of flowers. She wore a lovely cor- sage..bouquet-ot Uiide's rosrs. .Both'lride: nnd groom were, unat- Iterqs Specially Priced For To-night's On Sale from 7.30 to 10 p.m. Jlrs. S. Walilron, It. Mitchell and Master returned yesterday alter week with friends in 'Ti- preserice relatives and very intimate Iricnds. Mrs. Lumbard, the bride's mother, wore a handsome black silk costume. Immediately after the ceremony a recherche lunc-heon .was served, the table being elaborately adorned with -Among the pretty; gilts vere a sil- ver cake, basket from tke staff ot the public of whieh the bride has been musical .director, and a Mis5 Tinnine, of' llogina, who lias j Broivn. llctty silver deposit tea ser- -rn with Mr and Mrs G. II. Tin- from the La.nil Office .staff of iiiE for soinc time, will return home which .-the Kroom is a valued mcm- Ross, ol Fernic, is a gupst witii Mrs. "W 11 Kcott. Mis. Scull mtd her guest- returned yesterday from Calgary lair- whcvo they attended of; the, rtvatcr 200 feet 'on one' side of the river.will carry-..: it to tho'top of the 200 foot- embank- ment on tlie. other, Jnto the ditch which will LlicVKiH flue north-cast to the north fork of Milk river, a dis- tance of about IS miles. Take-Two Years idea of {ho magnitude oi the project 'Tviay lie gained when it is known that .it will take two years at the..very least to complete; Fifty thousand tons of cement and steel will be used. This will all bo liauled from Cardslon, according to.informa- tonmrroii'. :'f T Mrs William AlcAfloo and tcrf .Malicl, left today for to visit with former's '.sistci, .Aiis. Daniels, for the next-' two weeks'. Oilr' Buriiett; aiicl Edmonton, lirotJi6ix: oIMhc bride and groom TC- speciivciy, were' guests "-at the Lriy- nuptials, -''wlilch "Vrcio celebrated today. _ McMillan and hf-r .daughter, who have iicen residing in Leth- bridge, have arrived in thfi e.ity and will reside witli Mrs- McMillan's son, Mr. U. McMillan. Medicine Flat News.' Mr. and Mrs. Laj'lon. .left. Tor points west-'The grnohi has or- ganist-.and 'choir master of Knox church for sonio; jJeaTS, Xvhiie bride JG the talented soprano solo of the'saiiife cHpir, "so" that best wishes, tor future Happiness from a large circle of iricnds arc" e'xtmded Mr. and Mrs. Lay ton." i- years' steady to transport the material alone, to say nothing" ot the tens of provisions which will .he consumed bj' tlie thousand men who. be employed on tho project dur- ing the two years. The hauling alone will be .u contract. Mr. Cn7.ierr.will employ between 150 and 300 men and teams during the two, years, although he will he able lo] only- nibntns out oh r Vancouver, Jutyi cjtizuns the Vnitcd States nirrtfwly es- murder .and sudden death to- ritght, when one of them plucked a Tniniature Union Jack from a stand- ing automobile and trampled it in the mud. low minutes there was a crowrt of a thousand, nnd the oE- ftniiers were' "biilly lilaltfeatcd, and have been ruoro'severely dealt with but lor the interference ot the jrolice. Tlic affair occurred the congested district in (he east end ofi tlir. where there is a Urge alien pinmlatirm and it 1ooHcd-for the time licing as if (here.would be a serious riot The intervention of the police; however, saved the situation, acid the ty.o visitors were allowed to escape by a side street. Kr' his camp to work. IHs heart quarters will be at miles .from Car.dston 'Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Marshall tertained informally nt dinner en- last honor CLUB8 AND SOCIETIES A..J. Irvjiip, j-ecretary'of the Y.M.C.A., will address Wesley Lra- evening. Everyone welcome. 1 -Tlie Flower" Guild graciously thanks Mrs. .John "Craig, Mrs.-P. W. Down- and Mr.-.'-KrafliEflor-floral dona- tions yesterday. special meeting ot the Children's Skirts Children's WhUu ShlrlB. loitR waistcd, with eight 'jnqh flounce of white Itullun holo 4ttonei'' good fitting, for children Sf 5, 7, or'0 years of ago. Worth nOc and SOc. for................................... Qib prize-.weatjio Mrs? Hutnet, to Mrs. Tise-v reiresh- anil .So miles frnn UTowning.vMoiit'.j He ha.? completed his -fox the C-P.R. in this part of "inee, 'and will, confine his 16 his "new "contract Tor the years- He considers himself fortunate: in securing the contract .in. these times ol money stringency; lot he was comncUng against the largest and strongest contracting concerns in the States, rated in the, financial iourrials at Cnzicr also confesses that he'.wrtuE.d' not have bren awarded the contract, Ids firm hcint; a .b'nei hail it not been for the lact that.h'6 anil his partners are stil! sosis" ut' Uncle Sam. Tn Chesloy thorp was single appeal to the court of revision.' Giving to the Mclhndist :Cague 'of Medicine :IIat running an excursion here on -.Wednesday rtext, the Chosen Friends- have postponed their scheduled pictiic uotil Fridayt July llth. .At the morning .service in Si-. Cy- prian's church, -the bap- tismal font will be. "dedicated. -The stone was a, gift from. Freeman and Maclewt and lyas taken, jrom .the, ilacleorl quarries, -the work Ijeing done by.Mr. Stanley...' ANHffiE ion' morning 'at 8 -a.tn. C. -J'-t V- o'clock, J. (for- her and Elevenlh street Canon ALcAnilrn; rector, will at both "services. Holy Communion on _ihe and ._ third at R and at 'the eleven tfctdeV, service on.vtlie second ffturtK- feuriUays. Suiiilay. school and Bibje- lUlELTHE Wii's'tjie guest- of.tUb'hQr.at aLiaed. lu'aclicon given, Mrs.-C. L.. street. -Tlio lalilc was" prettily; -KJor- ".MVs. A-: 1C. Boc-ye, iCennebeck Hulhertson 'dl -and-. llruneri: Mvs.'- A. iri'g" to" Lethbridge C.-L.AVhile is leaving' on Monday Vij> spend a week with dlcino Hat L The will present' either -Flora'dora the .future. dcr cjrtcd Ht'Va" inceting'jof: _Lomlon, ..July C.-r-T proposal to drive a tunnpl under tho English Chan- nel, hetwoen Kiiginnd and France, which for-years wag opposed hy" mili- tary men on (he ground that it destroy the: isolation of ICnglanO, is now being takon nn seriously, with a hntter chance of going through t'nan eyt-r before. The c.dvnnce in flying mnilp in re- ce-iu years ntrep.dy virtually tnh- rn n'way -tlio ndvanlngo of i so In lion, Ir.Uona now existing between England and France have overcome tho oppo- sition to tho gchenie, Tho eoveru" inent is beiiig urged to tafee the mat ter seriously; people who croga the Oiiannel frGquently favor tho plan and the railways, who have to kee; up costly steamers for the Chanue. service, aro not opposed to the tunnel Idea, for the know that with the ab- olition of Hie much-dreaded channel crossing by seA, passenger traffic NOTED ENGLISH CALLED TO 'GREAT MAJORITY m ;iway -ruo nu van in go or so m LI on, croBHing aea, jiassuu hut even1 more than this the good re-'would increase, immensely. A WONDERFUL REMEDY Orange Lily IB dally orders- Fulling of tljrf Painful ihcm rpnavca-irom use, ahd tavr wet'ita.' treatment accdmpjlaliqs va i 6ure- mwir are siart or va iompletft scl'cntiflc la bated on' the dUcoverJeB of Paateur and It ti an applied treatment; that Ii. It fa not taXen Inte'rhally, but IB applied direct to tlio pa rtt, and It, thereT6ref.; ac5 ;.4 h all tho certainty; o? tha 3f chemical aolIQri. U comea-jn ____ hem leal action. II ..ie illKBiieA. Hasiic, antiseptic nnd Influence- 1 receive from 10 .In dally. dli-tc: contact with, the cannot, neip nava a ___._._ Bnc-nklnB of tho and carte It Is nnd so eure am 1 that It will fl.j vrhiu In It that.r will ranil. absolutely R S5c box_tq fiyery fliif will ch Is for ono CUftRAH, WiNDSOBi ONT 1 For Sale by Leading DruggliU ct." This.1 will be-'welcome "news to the1 public'. gcncrrtHy in of the ini-i [iiense "The Country Girl.1' garden, fete -given last evening hy Mr. and Mrs. Vft C.'Ivcs in of tlie laUcr'si sister, Toule, of Toronto, was deciilrdly pno ol tho; most enjoyable events of. the season.1. The guests, ivlio name dressed children, f-nt back to their childhood; days in games and sporfs, and fun. aiiri merriment reigned supreme. r Inviting vinnda were scrvert durlng- fhc" fivcnJng add a flashlight talfen ot the pirtyv f; and Mrs. C. Rt Voung, Me. and Mrgj Mr, and Mrs. Stanley, Kfrkhum, Mr. ntid Mrs. 'McLellanil, Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Ball, Mrs.. H.; J, Goode, "Jlrs. W. Mrs. A. K. thc-MlSBes-'VCaE- aing, -Murray, Shinn. Sjmpson, King, Tinning Tripp, Henderson, A. 'TIenrterson, Barassin and Messrs. Shepherd, Toule, Hcnilorson, Harris, McClinfon, 5IcCrc'ady, Kirkham, Mie- B %ni Dr; McNaily London, July lit- Hon. Al- fred Lyttlcton, nicmjicr of the house of commons for St-. llan- 'over Square, died, He was horn in 1857, the eight son of Lyttletnn .and. Mary .daughter of Sir Stephen Alfred Lyltletou was famous as an athlete before ho iichicved political success. ".He helpnd .to win "cricket matches in tlie eighties. His devotion tb the game was the indi- rect cause of death, for he played'in the charity mutch on .June 25, arid the exertion aggravated an internal Ser- 1'reaching scr- ira.ni apri 1 -'AQ p. in Sunday Uev-.H. U- Blundell, will sycak at both services.. "'All- VYES'Utr NORTH BAP "The Symbolism n Ereniflg-: "A Charge Con denting Lord's V; Green En the evening. H Elmer Green, .pastor. PRESBYTERl'ArJ _ ST." ANDREW'S- Rey A. 0. Bryan, niinister. Kcv. Dr. Kcr guson', of Culgary, .superintendent missions, preach at hoth s Subscribe for the "Herald and keep in touch, -with people ahd events in Leth- bridge and'Southern WELLINGTON co. PIONEER Harrison, On'L. July Wil- kinson passed suddenly aiyay this af- ternoon, at his home fn -Minto from heart paralycfa. He was the oldest ,on oT the'latot Alex. Wilkinson, ono of the ptoneera of the toVvnehtp' and in his fiftj'-fourth year. lib was born on the "on which lie d and. one of thfr moat promin- ent formers' in the toVvnahtp of Mluto, PREVENTS SLEEPLESSNESS vices. Sunday school at'3 p.m. wclcoiiie. TRINITY. Services in Ilardtevllle school. SHI day school, 3.30 p.m. Evening scrvlc Ilev.-p. C. A thin will ureac CHIllStlAiV the I CfilcdohCan Hall. Rev.-J. R. paator. Sunday school, JO.'JO a.m., followed by preaching, Christian Kn- dcavor :it 7 p.tii. AH are welcome. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. KATniCK'S A. I. Roscnthnl, .pastor, Key. P. MInlwo- on, apats'nnt. ilnsa S a.m. Children's mass a.m. llifih Mass" 11 a.in. luuday -school 3 p.in.'Tlveinns service .30 ]i.ni. Sermon each service. CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST chuncH or .CHRIST. 1252 for FINE JOB PRINTING Latest Ideas Best Work Prompt Service The Herald Job DepU A. E. Smith, Supt. t nacu IK err arii Sherbrooko. P cm cr Itpynl block. Ser vice at ii "'a.m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony meotliig, 8.00 p.m. The rending room-is open to every- one every day from thrco to five p.m. Everyone IB cordially invited to at tend. SAl-VATfON .ARMY SerrJcea held at the Citadel, Fifth strpst, as .SuvdRy, il a.m., Holiness meeting'; meotlng, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week public meeting, led by Bisters; Wednesday, 8 p.m-, Soldiers' m'eetlog; ThuTsday, 8 p.m., Salvation mnetlngj Citadel In attendanco; QaturdAy, 8 p.m., free find ossy meeting. METHODIST Woatminiter Methodist Itev. J, Ii. 'Francis, -pastor. 'Parson- age 1271'nth. Ave., N. 11 a.m. "Lab- orers i'iiriai'H 3 p. Stmda.v school and JUible clue. 3 p. m. White's school house. 7.3S a.m. Special address to Orange Onlers nt Uie city..who will attend in a body. arc wclcouio. PRESSVTERIAN ..AND METHODIST WESf.EY CHUKOll-Combincd scrv ices II a. rn. ar.d 7.30. p. Rev.- C. AtVin, of Hnrrticvllle, will preach-at-II a'.iu..-. ami :Ucv. A. C. at p.m.' v LATTER DAY.' SAINTS CHURCH pp jEsnS'CtmisT OF LATTER .DAY P.: O. E. Hail.-10th Sf. M. C. A. 3.45 a.m. toacliera meet- Ing; 10 n. ni., Sunday- School; 2 p.m :acramenl meeting. :yiaItorB jalwa3ps welcome. Blahop n.--S; Youug, 1211 3rd ate. 8. 'Phone C85. LUTHERAN" ST. 'PA l.'Ii'S 'FIUST -LL'THERAN1 Ave: aml'lflth St. Rev. A. C. pastor, -is absent at Warner.' NTo services. Sunday, school 10 a.m. for July and August. All are welcome. CHRISTAOELPHIANS '.CffRisf 12th street A North .fhotwoeo 6th and 7th Breaking of breadj. 4 p.m. Evening service, 7.30 p.m. A lecture he delivered by Mr'. Sidney T. Batsforil. 'Subject, "Our Dear Friends, Where arc They 1" Evety- body welcome, .flritig your Hihles. Xo collection. BIBLE STUDENTS IN'TBUNATIONAL. STUD. E'NTS1 025 1211] Fricndn Interested iro Her Problem "Half the world doesn't kncrw bow. the other half lives." "I know, I've just been wondering how ever the Greens can afford a limousine when you can't even liuy. gasoline for a Free Press. JUST IWHAT YOU WANT Low rates, QooiJ Wpr to-date Tho Donald- son line can offer all Only one-claB.s of cabin and class passengers carried. To or from Europe, Don't book be- fore asking ayr rates. Any Steamship or Railway Agent can tell You." H. E. LI DM AN, General Agent 349 Main St., Phone M-5312 Man. FOR WOMEN'S .'AILMENTS Dr. MartelVFemnle Pills havo br.en the Standard for 20 yearo and for 40 years' prescribed and-, recommended by Pliysfclaris, f .Accept no othT At all_drufl 5" ;