Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE'LETITBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD iiy, July 27, ANNOUNCEMENT W. O. KENNY N. -W. ALLIN Chemist Druggist W. 0. KENNY Stationer A NEW STORE WITH A NEW STOCK We wish to announce to, the people of Lethbridge that we now have a well-equipped Drug and .Stationery Store DcpiirliiuMii. is now rc.iuly lt> .supply your wauls in ;my of l-hc lines i hat are usually Carried in an np-lo-datf tlrng slorc A: nsit to our store will convince you that we have a complete stock ol DRUGS AND CHEMICALS' DRUG SUNDRIES TOILET REQUISITES PERFUMES CAMERAS PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES STATIONERY BOOKS- MAGAZINES OFFICE SUPPLIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES LEGAL FORMS FANCY GOODS Our prescription deparluient will be underlie personal supervision of Mr. Allin. All prescriptions will receive eareiul attention at the hands of capable dispensers. Our Book 8t.ntione.rv and OIKce Supply Department will be per- sonally manao-ed by Mr. Kenny, who will devote his eiilire time and attention to this department'. Phone us your wants and they will be promptly delivered to any part of the city. KENNY ALLIN OLIVER BLOCK DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS SUCCESSORS TO KENNY'S BOOK STORB PHONE 1487 .Those old Daguerreotypes of grandfather and grandmother and Aunt Mary, and then the quaint pictures of father and mother- money couldn't buy them from YOU. Are you forgetful of the fad that future generations would cherish just such pictures of you? GEO..TISE, Successor to Jorgenson Bros. Knights of Pythias Supreme Lodge Will Meet in Denver the Gol- den Anniversary Deliver. July SunNMllo Lodge Knights'of I'ythlas, represent- 710.000 men. will moot August (J-15 at'Denver. The Hon. QeorRe Hanson, of the Supreme Court, Is chancellor Commanding, mill will preside. Some important subjects 'will lie presenwd for legislative action. Juilse Hanson will recommend the reduction in to 5 p.m.' Everyone is cord- ially invited to attend. GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH-" will be held at 710 16th St., North Lethbridse at 10.80 a. m., and will be conducted by Ihe Rev. O. A. Groth in the German language. The German speaking populace is corr dially invited; CHURCH OF Services in Caledonian Hall 51S-ith St. South, at 11.00 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sun- day school at 10.30 a.m. A welcome to all. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLI- Sth Ave and llth St., Rev. Cauon Mc.Millen, rector. Holy Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Communion 8.30. .Matins 11 a.nv Evensong S p.m. WESTMINSTER CHURCH METH- E. Hllghson of Ed. monton will preach anniversary ser- vices. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m Strangers welcome. CHURCH OF .rrosus CHRIST, or LATTER DAV. Hail 10th St. S., near Y.M.C.A a.m. Officers and teachers meeting a.m. Sunday school '1 p.m. Sacrament .Meeting. Bishop H. S. Young, No. 1 First Avenue South, ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN the home of Rev. C Grant, 1500 Sixth Avenue South. Sun day July 2Sth Sunday at 2.30 day July 21st Sunday school at 2.30 p.m. Services at a.m. and 7.30 p Catechism class Wednesday 2 p.m. Bible study Wednesday 8 p.m. Monthly meeting of Luther League Thursday, 8 p.m. FIRST. Ave. S. Rev. A. C. Watson, B.A., pastor Sun day, .Inly 28, II a.m. public worship Sermon "Perfecting the 3 p.m Bible school, lesson, "Wheat and Matt. 36-43. public worship. Sermon "Tramp Wednesday, July 31st at o'clock, the mid-week meet iny, subject, "The Challenge of th All arc heartily invited t these meetings, especially strangers nd any who have no regular chttrcl home. If a stranger, come In and in troduce yourself lo the pastor. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE FROM YEARS OF PAIN Well Known Montrealer Cured Of Chronic Rheumatism By "Fruit-a-tives" After Doctors Said His Case Was Incurable, Another Miracle Added To The List Of Hun- dreds Already Performed By These Made From The Juices Of Fresh Fruits. Mr. T. McGrah of Montreal lias i remarkable story to tell about "Fruit- It is story of vital interest to all sufferers from Rheumatism. It tclll the bare facts of one of the most extraordinary cases in medical history. His own physician could give Mr. McCJraih no relief. Then he went to one of the leading Montreal hospitals where the doctors lolji him that his c-asc was incurable and that nothing could be done for him. As a last he tried and these miracle-workers did all the doctors in Montreal could, not cured him. Is it to be wondered at that Mr. McGrath considers "Fnlit-i-livei" a wonderful remedy They arc wonderful indeed, and they will prove thdr virtues to every sufferer from Rheumatism who will give them a fair trial. MR. TIMOTHY MCGRATH 130 ATLANTIC AVE. MO.VTKEAL, MARCH nr. 1911.' "For ytirs I suffered from Rheumatism, being unable lo work for weeks il a and spent hundreds of dollars on doctors' medicine, besides receivihg treatment at Notre Dame Hospiul'where I "was informed that 1 was discouraged when a friend advised me'to trj- After using three packages, 1 felt relieved and continued I had used five packages .when a complete cure w'as the result, after years of doctoring failed. I consider a-lives" a wondcrtu! remedy. I am now melve pounds in weight. You are n liberty to use this .good that has done" TIMOTHY _McGRArH. -Fruit-vcs'asoneme. _. Xheumatism is caused by Uric Acid forming in the Slood. This poisonoui material attacks the gristle covering the joints and muscles and produces the intense pain Uric acid is formed when the kidneys, bowels and skin Jail to nd the of waste matter. This in the Cb'lood, to form uric acid. The only way that Rheumatism can be cured to cure the acid condition of the stomach, and to purify the blood. does it is the greatest stomach and blood purify.ing.rocdlcme.j a-uves" stintuhucs to renewed actmrV 'the' bowels, kidneys and .km. It urea and uric acid and cures Indigestion. Without exaggeration it may .'be stated tfiar "Fruit-a-tives" is the most scientific remedy in the world tor Rheu- matism. 5c.r. a for >z.5o, trial size, ijc; At ill dealer, or lent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa.' ST. AN'DRBW'S 3th and 7th Ave. N., Sunday, services, .1 a.m., and 7. 30 p.m. Rev. Mr. Na- iiiiith will preach. Sunday school at p.in. All heartily welcome. AVE. BAPTIST :orncv 5th Avenue and ISIh Street-. N. Rev. C. Services it- 11 a m, and 7.3U p.m. Everybody velcome. KN'OX-- ley. AT G. Cameron. Services It a.m. tnd 7.30 p.m! The minister will jireach it both services. Morning subject: Need of Mai." lOvening'sttb- ecf. "The First. Immigrant." .Sali- mn school at 10 a.m. The all-wel- :orne bible class Will meet in the -hiirch .auditorium at 10 p. m. Jtrangcra and visitors in the city are cordially invited to all of the church services YOTISLEY CHUr.CH. ftev. T. P. Pe.rry. pastor. Services at [1 am subject "Constraining love the 7.30 p.m. subject thinking. Special music >y full :cholr and male quartette at evening service. Sunday schoolaml Hlhle Class at 3 p.m. All cord- ially invited. Social hour after Sun- day evening service. DR. RUTHERFORD'S' SUCCESSOR Ottawa, July Fred Tor? ranee cf Winnipeg succeeds Dr.-J. G'. Rutherford as veterinary director' gen- eral of Canada. The .position has: b-een vacant since April last. ranee before noing to Winnipeg a veterinary at Rrandori. .Man. He Is. a well known in MB _ pro; feESion tor Ihe 'present" Df.' Torranc'e was live stoclc commissioner as well as veterinary director general, but in of the importance of each of these branches of the scrvlce.it is the -intention of the minister io sep- arate the office this year. The pttawa Government has callcil lor tinners for an .iron cruiser, ISn feet long, I" Custom, service in Ihe Oul! of St. Lawrence. Cora Dcssurcau, of Meridan. Conn., mixed poison with the holy water St.: .Joseph's H. C. Church and mitfed suicide in the confessional. ideal, training homo for young ladles. Attractive loca- t.lon-7-imple grounds. Plenty of wholesome home-cooked foods, and rational exercise. Literary, art. music, domestic science, commercial, elocution, rtc. A thoroughly, trained and prac- tised faculty. Resident nurse. Moderate fees. Fall Semester begins September 9th. the, ROBERT I. WARNER M.A, D.D. ST-'THOMAS. ONT.' Toronto Conservatory Qf Music EDWARD FISHER, Mua. Dob, Muileil Director September 3rd ATT6NOAN.CE LAST SEASON STUDENTS Kacnlty of One Hundred- SpecinlliU CONSERVATORY hESl'DENCI for young lady itudehu grutly cnlargcil and will .be for the opening. YEAR BOOK, 170 application.