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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1911. BOUNDED f 100K AT TH? KOYfll EWTERTKJAIEfi W BEEN SENT TO DELIVER- OF I COULD TKP YOU All THIS.RWD G-ET PJKCHED c JD TO JV'.flKE TO TWS Oi-0 YRR Lc Lfl.f IT BE TO BE 50 HE DO YOU USE -THOSE TOWGS HE S LOCKED OW TO ME LOST KEY CHURCH SERVICES St. Mary's Church of ARMY'S FINE RECORD' 'Corner Xiven and Nanton North i 'Lelhbridse. Holv Communion (2nd1 June Wssley T. P. Perry, ;Sunclav) "9..-JO. .Matins 11 a.m. Sun-, pastor. .Morning subject, "The School p ra Eveusons 7 MO Evening ________ Popham, self-denial, an increase of SSO on'last Chief Gillespie Did Notj Like Modus Operandi of Agent Tlif ami wonderful circus eono and jjoiie and "lice more rhief d'iliespie resls in Tin- i inl head of tiie force spent a da) yesterday a siring 'on 'he con-men ilia' so i lollow the cirrus ciowii, but unlike formei' no nor yeomen in their v.'ai.e in cause trou- This may have been the result of a hie for ihe giianiui'is of tiie law. Ili't'e rm-iii one of ihc followers of til..- show had wiih Chief Gillespie 'early in liu- day. A L. K. ('older, wiih four jissistants, were ph Their business and mak- ins vprv generous oi'iers to ihe pub- lic, offering a monthly call led the "Canadian for li'-'c years for the .s'.ur of one sim-j ioleon. and as a special said wouul throw in ihe'" Kami! i ami llome'' and a guaranteed foun- j i lain pen. This glorious bargain was made to one of the plain clot lies men, j Ir.i1, tie "caeighl on" ami inquired for. i license. Noi being able to pro-j I duce any tbi'. liiii'ic'h was landed at ;ihe. police station a very 'wordy; ensued between Colder arid j i he chief. The chief coldly informed I ('older thai he would ita'.c to have a license i'or soliciting subscriptions for .iiis and alter a period oil i frosty words Cold-'r .-iiis; up ne- cessary. But as liie chief liked nci-i ther the assuming appearance of tiie i agent, nor his generous bargain, lie .concluded that it might be as well j to fonin.'unicale with the publishers of the; ir, Winnipeg, as to; the character of Telling Cold-: er (if his intention, sent the l.iut received no answer for seveji hours. It stated that was genuine alright, hut they couldn't, tin-1 derstand his piaine, so would investi- gate. CtjlfitT his'associates. i thinking the I.e; hliriflge climate a little on tin- side, had in the: iiK-anwhilr siienilv folded their tents1 aiiil stolen down to Taher, and the chief. satisfied with tiie money had Jen behind for their j license, ihc mat ti-r. j Positively destroys all craving and appetite for liquor in three days time. A written guarantee is given to do this m every case or the treatment is free. Investigate the fsieal Treatment and vou will be convinced No Possible Chance To Harm The Patient The Meal Three Day Cure for trie Drink Habit is purely vegetable and harmless m every way. It is taken inter- hypodermic bad after effects Letters From Grateful People After Treatment FROM A MERCHANT "Your treatment i.c al! ihat is claim-id for ii and more. In just three t the morning service Mrs. Alexander land 4th Sundays at 11 o'clock service. :Condiiions is further and Mrs. Lytle will give their reports Brotherhood of Sr. Andrews meets'-.- of the Women's Missionary Society i every Tuesday evening jn the veisirv ay, f'2 Seventeenth Ave. .Brnnclies at .-Vi'Vlnir. i.oi'p.iii, ouilUciy oCJlOOl JLHu School IU.30 Bible ('lass at 3 p.m. Holy Bap- Knights of Pythias Hall. Fifth St. ir.ism at 4 p.m. Holy Communion 1st ing th; Lawyer Goes Back to On-j i tano-Butcher Business j Changes Hands i .convention at Calgary. Special S o'clock. W. v. .McMillen, rector'; i by the juvenile choir. The pastor, :address 650 Sixth St. South.' Rev. A. A. Lytle. will speak at the j ,_______________ j evening service on "The Alberta Con- i j ference.'1 Sunday School and Bibif: CJTY Classes as usual. j St. Paul's First Lutheran Nanris, oi Bow Island All services held at. the home of Rev. j in ihc city this inuniing, reports C. Grant, 333 Fifteenth St. South. Sun- i thai many hundreds af acres that in day School at 2.30 p.m. No services vwrs hnd f Sunday, June 4th. The pastor will preach at Warner. Bible Study Class 'veri: crop- lk: also STatt'cl S p.m. Catechism Class j l'ia Wednesday, 4.30 p.m. Ladies Cotta'as j society meets Thursday afternoon, j June8. Knox Church cause for con- you. Yours Faithfully, FRANK -V10RPJS, Major. The mayor wishes to thank the people of Lethbridge and surrounding district for their donations in rnak- Was "'S this great victory for self-denial. HARRY DAWSON. Secretarv. Macirod, Alia., -lune Al. G. Harncs' Wild Animal Circus visiu-d umstances and Maclrmi yfsiprnay and gave two pcr- a grand street par- ade. "Vnvs v.-pll attendcii, the circus, liiongh smaller, being one of ihe hes! over seen in Macleod. Messrs. Claude and George HamiMon gavr an exhibition of hrnn- "01 iried thai Mnjor Hooper, li-onor- clio ririins ilni public square lust sry Secrclary aiiii of the arrive in Macleod on Mon- i and are quite confident of victory. Mr. ;ind Mrs. Thos. Scott and Mr. and Mrs Del McC'rea. of Pincher Creek, motored down to Macleod yes- terday k-il again today. R. I-linfllc, teller ui, the Canadian Bank of Ci'imnerco here, left today ftir Calfcarv with ihc team, an'i after playins in The match will leave for Kiifland. he will al- f.L-nd Llie Coronal ion. It is noi liUe- 'lav al 7.11.) ;iml will leave lor r.cihbi' at "..'ifi, only remairi- in Maoleori uhoul. 20 minutes, Kenneth Lansiion, 15.A., hnvinj; sold his farm in Madeofi. lenves this week fnr Brighton, Out., where he will start p.. law office. Iiis family will re- main- in Maclccd for another month before following Mr. Laiigfion. K. F. Brov. p., secrclarv of Mac- IcO'l Veterans" Asi-nciViUm. nas been ENER TAKE THE wiiich attracted a Association, has hud U) postpone his l'u' crops were never better, if A. M. Gordon, the minister, will preach av. 11 a.m. and Rev. W. G. W. Fortune, i1o return aiiout general secretary of the Alberta Tern- week. perance and Moral Reform League. preach at the 7.30 service. Adtilr Bible Classes at !2 and Sunday School a- 3. All cordially welcome. First Church of Christ. the poo! iefi afternoon for a trip to Taber and Medicine llai and expects 'man and middle of v.'el! of. the ?.I. Tiiom. chief clerk of ihc de- partment of agricuil Mi'e at Kdrnonkni has resigned. Al .Ihe home uf Mr. and Mrs. G. II. AGENT AT WARNER Warner. -June L. Allen has .icceptei! a position here as station ;gent, niking ihe place of Car! Lein, A ho heel, here for some time, and ;as been very obliginc; iiie evi-rybody thinks Air. Alien comes from Vjr- tien, he has lieen acling ag- ent for ihat line oi road. !lar-e crowd of people, and the collec-j visi: loMaclcod in -June, but he will j lection which was taken up for them Peiiiaps visit the members of this rii- to finite a large sum. e horses were not of i-.'ind for this purpose, the RUSSIANS Services: 11 a.m. and 7.20 p.m. Sunday .James, of Grassy ake the School 12.10 p.m. Subject: God rhe Iooi{ pvcnin? of nly Cause Creator. Tesiimonial services every Wednesday at 3.00 p.m. i ana To everyone is extended a cordial in- i both of Urassy Lake. The vitation to atseiicl our sfrvices or to ceremony was performed by Bishop the readicg room, ".'hich is open I R. Ornum of Taber evejT day froin 3.00.0 .J.00p.m I RoporUs tha! wcrb hcarv St. Augustin s Church cf I 1T Si.h SI. and 2nd Avenue, j ;1' and .several otncr Holy Communion 8 a.m. Matins north of thai iown last night. m a.m. Choral Kuchn-risf '1st 11. Sunday Scliool-J p.m. HR, McARTKUR'S CONDITION i p.m. evening ser-; vice at 8p.m. Hcv. .T K -''me 8 o'clock this Rectory ill' St.ii S' Soutb. ihe condition of A. J. Mo AS ALBERTA SETTLERS The advantages of v Iberia will be sei forth attractively in by ihe C. p. M. irrisiiitioii company, with a vieu' to attracting the best class of iliissiaii nea.sar.ts to cmicrate f MATKIE-J S iNERVlNE'POWDERS. BUT No injurious dnige. If your dealer does not keeo them. we frill mail you a. box (IS pow- ders) on receipt of 25 J. L. MATHfEU, Proprietors, P. Q. the siderabl A-Vils rcporicd to he ed froir. what it has heon for four d.Yys. lie is taking con- f nourishnicnt ami his is un consitipr- K-u-re iiir.ess Hetler hopes enlertaincii of iiis recoM-r-. W. R. New A club house for will iti TlamilToii under the. auspices of 'he Dacrrhlers of ihe Kmpire. H R. Keer.e, of Lonrinn, barily crashed iietween his unci a por-t crankins: iiis machine Harrir district Methodisls voted for j leaving S.Su.Od.O ro church union, and so aid Milton will to establish right ;rict. j ;o the money. Holer. his family at ago, lu-Ciinie c verv exhibitiO'i. After con lest Mills save an f civciis riding, in ihc horse- while it