Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta roan LETHBH1UGE DAILY HERAI.O SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1010'J 'f! She letbbribge Iberalb tt Hl-wrta r: OAILV AND WEEKLY ietor and Publishers THE LBTHBRIDGf HEflALO PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 123 6th Street South, Letabrldge W. A. quohinan .PrttWest acil Muslins' Director Torrance Business Manasc ily of the south soil; all that It u Is ihe motsluro. Not a of Ihe Und la that o( ihe provi which It Is possible to irrigate shc be led in the dry bell." TELEPHONES uaincu Office'........ Editorial Office Member Audit Bureau cl Girculalicna Subscription FUtw: delivered, per t .15 delivered, per 7.60 Dally, by mill, per rear 5.00 Weaklr. by mall, per year J.59 Weekly, by mill, yer to U.S. Dates.of expiry of subtcdprtons ap- pear, dally on address UbeL .Vccepl- anco. of .papers after, expirfttioo date it opr. authority to continue the sub- fcription. PEACE-SERVICES _ JN THE.CHURCHES Tbe. "churches ot the city..'will be holding-terVicea on Sunday" com; mentorite lie signing of peace, Thesa services irlH be in the nature, ot a ftreat .NMloiwl Thanksgiving -Ttey in ihal .wUl.JbV an eipresslon .of the of 'who have been" irlLtij y'ioiorv, that ihe .of Ibe triumph largely iaado possible of standards" wiifeli Tae standards arc. those the tradlticuis which hare made been Im- pelling forces as' Inward rae> and I and.deVoliptf lias, been re- jj? a Jusl The-.belief in what 'Christianity teaches has given strength to that which hare ought Victory lo iis.! In fortifying I this belle? lie church'has fta mission spirit-ire -regard tils we shvii I v tha con ci mien that i church has part ct tha munitions VltctL ha.v> been inslm-mental ID Ihi I- the .war. Sunday next call of In UJQ al people at.'the placa MOTOR TRANSPORT. i Io tbe camps U a for good whlcb ti3 been under way In the city md district ihe io which ihey wUl Lead iheniselvea (or motor transport fcis bean entarje-1 oa. Kural ragtcr irinapori greatly help to aolve (lie .riDSfaOrtsUoa which Is I aa evor among tto'ffuizi- era of Southern Alberta. Ttls phase good roads is dealt wili. by the nuer's" Ailvocere. to uauui 53 rnier's journel, the cubjc-ct has Us peal. The Farmer's Advocate to the msrfiable development of rurai mot- freight transport throughout the nrted Sti'-EB ajid Co the fact that ft ylaclnj Uself in with lirayi; In tiro of the large stock arkets In the West Central United atej, U points out, t very appro- able percentage of hogs Is coming by It suuis up the xmectlon 'between motor transport ad good, ivith tbe followlas radical use and 1he development of rotor' transport depeuds ''almost en- rely "upon our the type and V mannet of up-teepL A road, that itrndl pernift of use, rain or'shine, unmjited to use of motors _ for eight -transport. hare In the get tl ferns nts considerable .dity nces.'Crqra.llrips of railway, with IIL- a hope' of railway lines being con- rucfcd at on early dale. {her districts comparatively likely that a railway will ever satisfactory toads srad a motor'transport service, ihese B and loreipheaply. than'.br a tfce'mot- ind School Closes For The Spring Term N'OBLSTORD. Cora- tiunlty Picnic last land Watered This Year For The First Time and Fruit .Shipments Increase (Special to Htrjid) CRESTON'. U. C.. July lirst auJ fiH SEHOVINO A la grantlpE Lethbridge the in eicnrsion rates to U: Railway has sbown Ibe prope has "removed a d t scrim la ft- which the people of Lsth rlghltul.y laten the .railway'com mored.-ln a direcUoD whicl 1 fViI] create thai mnlual gotK jeeliiii Tr'hich. should eiist" belwee )n laTBllluljon'of-its character, an Uiosj'jprbo'loOat lo It for conslderaUo which ns ontlrely. in 11 ypw'far'- This is a relationship jrl adVpisalon made by the C. I rcpreaentaUTe, that th Jiiciirafo'n' rates "lo the coast, the In Calgary, V ere the outcpir il.lhj competillon the cprnpany .hi i niSfil m the C. N. It, was dlslaalft- lett_ was tofiHIon of LethbVidee, In lie In 'd.ejendenl on the. -.ervices o [way, wae lakeo ad van I ago q Lai Itself I -yttM '.kh_ admlalon wbicb rankie id.liifl a feeling of soreneaB. The co eaTotf was a ctndld one, and howere to nearera did credit "who made U- H Is j 'eij'to call a spade spade inslea to camouriage It In Implemmil. come lo shows 11 'futlol agltnilon. In laXIc; not Ihe C. P. K, has nhowc' clffiandiblo fact that 11 li snenab _____ success orcr- oce bonpfidul effect o[ the recott 7000- TilTy waking the trip to tcre settlement board purchase lha river and; the weather beios ideal! noted in tha cyenlus o! a for the purposes. There Is no- floizbt brooch of Ihe Gink of Can- thai this will bts an annual uveni lu da at Croston, In the Lanjonl build- lie future jnJ contrail fat ions are C. AUau of Fenle B actlnp flue to tho rarloiis coiuuiltiKa who nisnager, and the branch will te ready bandied ihe organlutlbn and especial- or busineBs .tomorrow; The Danfc of ly to Miss Little, teacher of the Junior room of the school, who instigated the movement. The thanks-of aJl are due io the donors of ibe fuuds which auionuied io the hftnilsbmo' total ot niBtlo up as follows: Sunday Srliool Xlercnants Bank flO, C. S. Xoble ?5, J. Harris'fa, E. C. Craostoun ?3. A. 45. Gcorse 50 cts, F. W. ItUnt W.'Tach- aberry Mcdd and Hunt 55, Farmers GaragS R, A. llay.-ta, Betkar and Vales f5. Tbe expenses were: 51edd and" cludes for fo'iie" wtiictf lias 'been dotated to the prizes. ?30.00. This learea a balance ivnlch was donated to the fuiu3s of tbe Sun- day School by the Many races und other -sports, were indulged ID, tbe following bejng sue- contestants: 'aged 5 6, cy Frank Rubie, BiUy anjfuiport- freiKlit, par- icitUfly- ".t'h'at "of Tbe -city magistrate IB Uie inosl- ard-worked Individual these davs. n; Boys li 15, C. Ho: ori; Girls 15; G: Goldebeld, D. ecbolt, E. Dalglelsh, J. Lonizon; Iris 16 and over, Miss, M.' Honold, Ulss M. Benson, Mrs. Swniles; Men's ace, F. Hunt, V. Hobe- B Rubi6; ntj-or-war. Farmers v, Cllj, was won Willjts vote tor beer bg the bier it the Senate? Thai there should be no decent ac- lommodailon for women lnThe school closed for vacation pn- Friday. lasU alter con Idcrably brollen year's work. -It wa closed completely for' seren wect: n. ihe year and ran only one er tcsteai] o[ two for three-weeks while in addition many oC the pupils .Barons' farmers-'are wise In losing no time to aare liemselTea from be .ng left- stranded- In the dry belt. U Is wonderful the Interest a priie eM creates. The prtmitire ID human tialure la hard to kill. To clear Ihe Augean stables ot pro- teerujg Is prlmar'lr tbe need of Ibe country present, time. to -'eilfemes' In ibe way 'dMiiarJsin i97.Just as dang ero us eitrcmes in olhei malten.' 'r' Tae'eicltcment'ln" over the WiilHrd-bemp-ty flgbl ran lo e heat Uiat It no -wonder Hie grand stand ID the Ball Park look fire. Premier appears lo hold a place Jn tbe.apprec] alloD or the people of Great1.-Britain He has. fully TVfllcr Is Ihe ImporlanL ele nrent In; IheBe naya'.vK- applies no only lo hul-_' lo'1. walerec stocks. In Ibe VIEWPOINT. The'Calgmry Herald In referring be'cotitlnaatlon of the gunrey wo Ik connection vllh the irrlgalloi pro- bctii.lp Bouth country has ssnsei of all Inlerestcti In the Trhfcn'lt wye: tbit Ihe government fcl-rcbiiMnne HE irrigation surrey be particularly good neWA it" fennert of the south country. e'jjig IrtlfAtion plane'outlined by leUelbbrldge.Board of Trade and Its farmers' means the mA- iuutti country and tbe eov- rlH be veil adTlsed If 'It poislble to make le tucceK3 they.should be. This year of drought tn the soulli there Is-in IrrlEa- >re, api] of heretofore been lukewarm on e flubjec( 'arc now cntnu.slasllc, The c City f chows thai' 'Iherc: is aburidan of Ihe policy'.- rokc lo be .cor tlnually In The killing of the Trobiblflon Ril In killing the albalroas lo MarlDers" 6t the Secale. Dy Iho lime the next weekly lunch Mm ol Ihc Board of Trade tfome round there should be some dclinil aland Ukcn In regard lo the Travel Ing Congress, ozarlh; Girls, agod Eilljeno Margaret Wiggins, Allca'siier- r; Euys, 7 lo S, Al'Cor. A. Ray. D. uchanan; Girls, 7k to S, L. Hunt, emie 'iKarris, Audrey Dalglolsli; oys, aged C. Burns, Hi Nyloff, Bergslrom; Girls, ased Edlih Xilglclsh, Jean Duchauan, N, ins; Boys aged E. Cranstoun, Bjorkblafle, G. Xoblo; Girls, ajjed B. Nytoll. H. Gold lebeld. -JS. irreoa, H. llj, wa repros Commerce bas bad the field alone for .luiost ten years. At-Uie school trustees tueellof On Monday night the board decided to consul i the ratepayers of the local eat of learning- la a five-room school, end baring the alatua of the Instltu- lon raised from Ih4t of superior o a ful-fledged hlfh school. The edu- cation department will assist lo the xtent of prorldlag ihe needed oquip- meat, but the district will have to fin- ance the cost of the new Building. RaapberrlM Mcvlng Haftpberrles from the Creslon Val- ley started moving eastward this week he first of them on Monday, vhich Is about three days earlier than last year. There is a banner crop of ihese in sight, but i considerably niented supply of laolsluro will be re- quired to bring them all to maturity. Locally.they are selling al a crate. Both the-sweet and tho sour cherries are also coming In. .The sweet vriU be a bolter .crop than at first eipect- ed ttouglrbelowjesl year's ligurca at thai. sours .are f plentiful as usual. For the first time in al least ten years Iho recorder ol vital statistics las no births to record for the month of June. There were two marriages nnd l wo ddatbs. The rainfall for Iho month also light, being lit Lie more than half an inch. 00 in Ihe ehade was tbe hottest there three of them. Ericsson school dlstrltt trustees iTc ic-engagcd Miss Jeanne Palmer as teacher tor the "next year, at a salary of This coastilutes the highest pay erer accorded a teacher of-'n one-room rural school in the Kootenay- country, Messrs. Clarke and Patterson, who constitute the advisory branch of the B. C. sqldlera1 board on Saturday Jooilng1 Valley :'oyer. have been absent a aso pU3aEanls, were introduced Int fon-pf Valley but relatives' sickness. the pup- Is have done good work ia spite, p[ hese'liaiidicapa Ihe fol- OTVing are Ihc results: Grade VII- to 3rlc Crnnsloun, .Shirlej" Noble, 'ttA; Adriana Vender ClaudolHunt, G1.5. Grade4lU lo'gfade V, Honors, Vcrnle Juchadan, S3; -John. SO; lerbert Bergstrom, 73; 61; Nancy Wiggins, Grade -II o Gride II, Honors, Johannan Gelder- DOS, 96; Helen Bozartb, 86. Olga Bjorkblad, Lllllaa Hunt, (conditionally In R ri th- ru Grade 1 to Grade II, Honors, Allen Kay and Gerda MoVen'sen, SQ; Audrey DaugeltJsh, 91; ..Mrrlle Swail- .Into grade 1( Allen Murray Edward It blgtily aj a fruit "ffr'ofrlnE, section to .prospective soldien.larid Messrs? Ockey. ton. Alia., oa ivroaday cplnpleled the .deal Lhe purchase of -Ihe ICC acres .known-1 as Uie'-T'iileiarea- Aboii 201 is. sown lp clover and dnuvtlieV-bVyers1' propose to- go extensively J. C. Hose, of Victoria, ficcrclary to the provincial conservation board, here week-enf" gathering information, for la. the game officials in tbe filing o the shooting seasons'. About live year itc _ ,_ Ml sleedy la so alow, that not oven thl year-will: It be possible to have open seasor. Tsr crcr.r a faw days, A'icc-prlnclpal Smith, oE the publi school left on .Monday, for Victoria where he will the Bumme school. Prior to his departure Ihe ioca troop c( Boy Scouts, of which he 1 tbe head, presented him with a gui metal Ink-stand and a'' pair of cu links. Irrigation Helps In the Wytndel section, where 1 rigatinn is for the first time In gen era. uso, (he strawberry season now Hearing Ita height, and shl[ ments this week p.rn ninclng to a most.SOO crates a day. Every otbe days sees a refrigerator car go on br express. Already three cars bar gone., .A year ago .but one straigh car Tvas'shlpried. Lccal dealers cut the price of mil to eight quarts for a dollar this mo nil last Ihe price w; _ ______'3; JIafgafet' uu___ Junior Primer, brlgril jjie Vandcr Woude, Billy'Bozarth'-'ant] Mogeneen, Allccn Noble.'-'. r 15 cents a, qnnrt straight. Plans for Ihe fall term arc already j For allowing a bull to run nl larg underway. Miss UKle will not fie In i Philip, ojie of the-local reserve In cbarge of the lower fpqin again as! was ycaterilay fined ?20 eheMs cntfiring 'Into pirlDeTshlp.'CorJ by '..Magistrate Crompton. lite, while.for the prlnclpalshlpMt .Is.I Actual land" clcaiine operations o proposed-to offer n. ranced salary aud BO secufe th'e ser- vices o' a university graddate who will leach ihe entire1 High -School coarse. Grades IX to.XII, In add.Lion lo, Ihe ordinary grades, 'the''highest pfeWiiusIy .taken here' being Grade [X (his year, Mrs. J. irarris led tor Cal- gary 'oil-Saturday 'the lobe away ah'oiiil a .month accompanied .by th'eir daaghter Vcrnto. SOVIETISM IN ITALY ROMB.jJnJy Olorna.e u Ilalla isfiys: .VNews trom Iraole. and others In tbe asa dhlrlcl ot Cchtrnl Italy gaya that CAlm baen' restored. In a sense. The autborJtJc.i hare their administrative nowbra to SoelallsU SyndlcallaL ani anarchic or- ganizations which have taken control of the region as tha lind" settlement board 'i.OOQ-ac will commence in a- tew day The advance guard of surveyors, olc already at- work, as well aa the m to are pulling up the huts fcr In men to llro In while at this work, sto.e 13 being established ramp. FRENCH SOON TO J REMOVE CENSORSH July 4 Premier Clemen eau, In receiving today Jean Dupu president of tbe Association of paper Proprietors, declared that t' PYench gorcrnmenl will suppress 1 Cenaorshlp and 'martial law as' BOO as the treaty has been ratified Greal Britain, by, the United St and Germany, three of the'Blffnflto adding lhat( accordfng io the tor casts of Premier Lloyd Qeorgo fan PrtsldenL Wllron, "this wiH lake pla al an enrly date In their respoctl countries." H is nol ouly men who lake Inter eel In prize JigMa aa the-telephone calla lo Ihe HcraH when the wnitvrd- Dflrapsey light wag In progress would Indicate. tfle visit of cx-Kalsr-r to f-on- .Is. pTocsas of-rflr-. rarigeraent, will be somclhhiK d.lfor- ecu In Uie oxfierionce 'to previous GTifjFi fie, has made, His bodyguard uit la no na lo Un; fertjl-, will not be a guard ol honor, E TALK! Our whole time-Is given {o the finding of the proper shoes for the different feet, and to eult the different tailet. We special- ize In ehoeg putlTc get this epeclal service without any .extra test they patronize an Exclutlve Shod Store. Our stock la the largest and beat assorted In Southern Alberta. have what you [n all No trouble to show, ooode, _ ASK TO BE FITTED BKOES FOM ALL AOE3 y W.J; NELSON 3HEftLOCK BLOCK STfiEET STORE rogram in Morning and Sports in A f torn Don A Quiet Wedding (From Our Own CorrasronJsnO MAGUATH, Ju.y Xwmlnlon Day as celebrated In real otd-fashfoaed ylc Ic Magrath oa Tuesday. Every- >o Ibe iu selves, and (ha com- Ittee prou ounce Ihe colebralloc a rand BUCCSSS. The citizens were eoed it daybreak by the tiring hlch lasted Inio ihe.fcTeaoon. Ihen band sere n id iture. The the next the meeting house. 10.30 .was .one" of the. best over It was 'short and. id every number well rendered. The atlon of the day vras given by A. Mercer, he bting called on In tho ut intnule owing to the of Steele, who advertised for e Mr. Mercer.Vreturned etc nan, told birth.of Canada nd of bar splendid vrork In the great ar. His remarks were nluch enjoyed y all. Otliers numbers wore aolec- ons from tho band, prayer' by J. Ibb; solo, Byron Tanner; chorus, y Bchool boys and girls; solo, Orson ridge. Toasts and sentiments werfe ndcr the direction of C- Jensen, ivho as Led the Teterani of the great war. re. Ben n ton, fa a sentiment to the nlon Jack; Mayor Rlrle, toasl to tlie Ijolr; A. O. Rich, toast to ihe band. nd F. TV. Karren, with humorous P IA iICKED UP IN ASSING THE BUBY MAN A. D. Koit, editor of Iho Amhentt .N'. S., Uaily News, Is dead. J. A'. Hoe has beoa promoted to Ite petition of chief of pollco at Guelph. 11'. B. Dlack, AI. P. P., wss the Outarlo ra by Addtngton Coustrvallves. Lieut. Bob llallldEe, M. 0., D. C. SI., was ctrowiieJ lu lake, York county, Ontario. HevT Canon O'Mfara, pirisli priest of St. Gabriel's Church, Montreal, vraa round dead ID bed from'heart falluro, said to be- caused' from suock over his Lrother'a drowuln; the day before. H. B. Spencer oltdgerLon was nom- InateJ to contest Dallle River ccuslltu. ency In tne Federal Houie at tbe next election. Walter Magee, .employed at Talbot- Tille, was fatally trampled by a horse ho was rifllug, when It was frlghtenod. by a passing molor car, and threw him oK. Rev. n. D. Johnslon. of North WaVo- lield, Quo., has been called to St. Andrew's. Presbrlerlan Churcli, North Day. Dr. A G. McGblo 'and a friend both had their collarbones broken nnd sus- tained other injuries when Uielr motor cries. M7_ D. Fowler was chairman' car upset ncar'De Ccwsvllle. the program and work-l 1 hard to have It a success, aa also Miss Huby Cavell of Owen Sound, d Mr. Hodges, chairman ot sports, a rousln of tbe mar tyred Xurse Edl'Ji no decoralloDS lu tbe meelfng house Cnrcll, was one of tho nurses graduat- ero very pretty, Union Jack id, white and blue nnd and eautlM roses .and other Mowers that !agraLh Is noted for. The sports commenced at 2 o'clock the park. A junior baseball game, [agrpth vs. Warner, was ono of the est ever, Magrath carrying olf the onors. Tho EQnior baseball game, agratb vs. Grassy LakeT resulted In ocoiii for the vlsiling team. Foot races and obstacle races for vcryone from the' smallest child to is ,'ittest man caused some cioltc- eht, aad entered the fun. he dance. In the evening ended the ly's sports. .Captain Taylor and Miss Sadie Mer- >r were" quietly married two weeks) go in Lelhbridge. Their friends did the news until some time ter, when they were showered with ocd -wishes from tuelr frlenda here, hey left Tor a vacation to 'iho I Valerian-Lakes In company with Mr. nd Mrs. A. Daldcrson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marker. fiorn to ,Mr. and Mrs. HollidaT, a oy. Death came lo the home of Mr. and Irs. Wlllard Bennett on Wednesday Venice taking their two-monlhs-old 'abv.: The sympathy of the people o out lo the bereaved family. ed Tuesday night from the Royal Vic-; torJa Hospital, Barrio, j A national Council of Labor, with mandatory power to taka concerted action, is advocated by tho GuelpU and Labor Council In a sugges- the Dominion Trades Congress. RBT. Dr. Joseph Kemp of the Metropolitan Tabernacle of New York city, has been invited (o become col- league-pastor ot Knoz Presbyterian Church, Spartina avecue, Toronto. Dr. Kemp, who Is known as Ihe "Scotch 'rades Ion to YOU CAN BUY TO-DAY- tomorrow got a, Vlclrola for yourself. It's oil right Ell- ting on Iho neighbor's veran- dah. llilenlng to the musto, but much bitter to hava your Upwards on euy Rig 612-page Catalogue oT.-He- cords Free lo any Inquirer. Batnortl Block Kome ef came from Scotland Lo Calvary UaptUt cburcn, New York, 1915. Pie, Arthur Lockbarl of York, Ilai- IciBriu ccur.ty, Is likely to die oa u reault ot Injarlea received In n friendly tussle wlte Pic. Elijah Dftnford of Munccy, In the C. G. K. officers' mess al Darling's HelEhtB. Hecognizlng tho services of R. T. manager ol bank. and Miss Grnce Chapman, his nsslst- anl, whose prevented Iho loss thousands of dollars, the Bank oE Nova Scolla has Mr, Laing with a silver aalTcr, sulLalily on grav- ed, and a chcciuc 'tor ?750. To Mbs' Chapman was given a gold watch anil a coequo for Cheques, for wero given lo several ol the men In Ag'mcourl who. cam's to Mr. 'Lalng's assistance and conveyed- him to tho Toronto General Hospital. Susan Is dead and her iater Dertha vrag seriously injured Ihe result ot the aulomoblle in lch they were riding running into ditch at WaterYlllo, Que. METROPOLITAN LIFE DISTRICT OFFICES: 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK THE LARGEST LIFE INSUrtANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLp WHY YOU SHOULD BUY METROPOLITAN "POLICIES'; BECAUSE it Is .vMutual protiis'bclon' fiplders. BECAUSE nil Us policies are participating al rale a lower -than any other company lu the "world. BECAUSE your family needa the protection. BECAUSE delay Is. dangerous; you may not be ablo (o get morrow. CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN Si: CyprTan'g Church Ccr. Street ini >lh Ava. R.v. Canon W. V. McMllltn. Mr. Banner, Organistl and Choir Leader. Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, .7.30 o'clock, Sumiar school al 3 p.m. Holy. Commiinlon let. 3rd nnd alh Sundara, 8 a.m., 2nd and 4th gt 11 o'clock serrice.. ST. AUGU3tlN'9 CHURCH Ccr. Vnd Avt, and Wh Street South Rev. Canon J. E. Hurrell-Wrldht, 'M.A., i .Rector. S a.m., Holy-' Communion. 11 a.m.,'... Ilolr Commiiuliin t Sunday. METHODIST. Wesley. Church ftev. Chaa. E, Cragg, B. D., Rcaldence 320 lllb 9'. B. Phsncal Piraonaje 'M, Churc'i study 40S Claude Hughai, Director Union Services wllh Knox PrcBbylor- ian church for July and August. During. July morning service In Knox, ovcnlng serrlce In Woaloy, End conducted by ROT. Cant. A- H. Denoon. Dibla School at 12.10 p.m. THE OF i r Rev. 1271 Sth i Ave.; N. 10 Evening scrvfce and 'Sunday, schoolj 10 aT8.dl3contInuc4.for July and Tho .serrlies lomortow will be by l' '.ST. 'MARY'S CHURCH North Lethbrldge 'June- 11 i.nfc" Italy Communion. HOT. Can- on J. 3 p.m.': .Sunday Hcbool .BIMo for young men and 7.30: ETensong. llov.. Wilfred d. March. CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAOUE Blptljt Churchward Ave, 3. There.will bp-nO'mftotlngs.durtng-tha montlis ot Julra'nj'August.. Neil mcellng'Sunday, Sont.. 7th, Watch for nnncunccnicnl.. n.v. BAPTIST Flnt Baptljt Chnrch Corner 9th Street and 3rd' AVB. 8. Rev. F, W. Dafot, B.A, Pastor Mr.. B. Jonsi, Director- of Choir el 11 a.m., subject: "The Sswr.d Rundny school end blblo class al KvsnlflB-lcrvlce at 1.30, suhlect: "The What U It? AVharo will 'Communion of the Supper al cJoie of Ine evening Fovlcc. A' oordlnl Invitation fxlcndoil to all PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and-flth-Street 5. Rev, CapL A. H. Denoon, pactor. E. F. Layton, organlat leader 10.00 a.m.: All deparirnenta' ot the Sahbath School. .0f> a.m.: on dopartmonla. 11 a.m.: Morning tarrKs. 12.30: Dig Sisters', 2.0P p.m.: Big Brolhera' class. p.m.: Chinese claaB, 7.30 p.m.: Evening .service. IB- i a.m.; itpya' J.Ucpli- ol acltinl'ltt'-.tha TtilL 11 2 DoilnneVi and Primary ila parliTienls'of ID' the Hall. Z o'clock, 'School In. ilio Church. 3.16, Adult brihb ,8. 8. ln; the Church. 7.30, evening "sorvlce.-.'- Mr. at Hardievlllc, aha recency rctu'rntnl from (lie Ironl.'.irlll morn' Ing ami evening. ;CHRlSTUNi SCIENCE iciBNpE.S i- Hull Bloek, 7jh s... L tilntltr 11 _ Spnday. .School -csnTcnei clou 'ot this; Sunday, mtmtie'ttnilci. aa, mwv t Bunilaya and. holldayi, from S to 5 p.m. where' Iho' Bible and-tiuthor. lied 'Christian Stlfncs'llteritarV mi, bemwti or -piribiitt. public li. .16 at- (end cidrch. tlw U rislt THE PENTECOSTAL; 'ASSEMBLY. i Cor. 2nd Aye. and'Mh S. Mooae Hall. Hjclnbothart1 Block Sunday 11 o.m.'and' Widneadax al 8 I'raytr nnd Thn Word. Friday at S p.m., Prayer.Mp.ellng. The King la ort Hla Way; Have you on the Wedding OarmentT A Hearty.Welcome to All., Ministers aro reminded thai ohurch notices should be hand- fr ccl In lictoro Mi o'clock Friday; 4 to cnjiurn Inaertfon, RS tnfg paper goea lo early t nrday mom >t -81 ChHrtUB Churcli Ollve> V Osr.'Srd rjlble'Scliooi Bforyoiis prfa- ent-on lime.': Preaching nt of- Uu -.'.conTentlpTi 'at'' Kannt-. Christian Endeavor al p rn.' Preaching at. 7.30 ji.m.'. Public'cord- ially Ihvltod. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton, C.O. 11 a.m.; 3. p.m. and 7.30 p.m. 3 p.m. MtyaarVrrbiiiidarind Ssturrlay, 3.00 Publlb Mottlngi, All Welcome. PENTECOSTAL HOME! AND FOREIOM MISSION 2C5 Nor In Rev, C. Kl, Ntvt, Paatcr. Sunday lOijO aijd 7.15 p.m. All moni' brrs aro askarl lo take notice 61 chango c! time (or ;