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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, JUIM Rev. Mr. Francis Made a Fine Impression at Westminster Methodist Church "ChiisOs Purpose In Coming" was tho ol the opening address o1 the Kev. J. B. frauds, the new min- ister at Westminster Methodist ihuri-h. Mr. Frauds uas by a tair- 6ood audience at Ike morning riee, while at Ihe church uas Slled. He is a man of Bne pulpit presence and a good speaker. Mr. Francis, Judging by his opening ser- mons, is not in lavor ot lengthy ad- dresses. Neither talk yesterday td the halt hour mark, but better than that, they reached Ihe hearts ol He people-. Mr. Francis starts his niuUtry undtr lavorable auspices, the con6re5ation being ready to give Mm the heartiest co-operation. In the morning ho emphasized the need Ot working along sympathetic nius. lie spoke on the words ol Lhrist, "For the Son ol rnan is come to seci acd save'that which was Luke ilVsaid Christ did not conie to tarth-to esUbllsh a- religion. He Sound priests, creeds, temples and all "SALADA" Tea is sold in sealed lead packets to pre- serve its native purity and goodness, Mixed. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD MILADI EDITED sVY 'JNO-, PHONES) OMct 12M Rtt- till Mr. Robert Itey retunrd from liMt to Vancouver this morciog. Mr. S. K. r rom an extc. Exhibits are Pouring in (Continued iiom tront 'n. has returned to the coast. Tho race track in excellent con dilion vcEterday. Alter the recen rains, It was worked up, and II is both level and finely about an Inch pad, which iiiakea a fast trart. Wales and have the book- ing privileges this >ear. Bvery animal in the grounds will be numbered. A catalogue Is being is- sued today, giiing the.number, class, owner and stable of each entry. By gelling a catalogue any spectator will be able to learn all about tho livestock department. This feature is an Inno- vation this icar, and will prove pop- ular. Mrs D. stierman. ol Calgary, U pending a the guest of Mrs. R. Glluiore. Mr. John Vasenlayk, vvbo has been attending St. lloniface. Winnipeg, Is expected home for tho summer va- cation tomorrow. Mrs. Salmon and son, C. C. Sal- mon. are spending a vacation at Watts- burg and Proctor, n. C. Mr. and Mrs. Maxell (nee ..Helen Murray) have returned from their honeymoon trip to Spokane and are guesle with ibe Jailer's mother, Mrs J. B. Murray. 399. Mrs. Hugh Donuan anj "sonny" ai vislUiiK on Ihe Alnslcu ranch at Car mangay. Mrs. Alnslcc-, of Chicago la white sstln veil and oracga blossoms and carried a show- er of white roses. MS attended bj Mrs. H. Bartlett. herself a bride, 'while the groom wai sup- ported by Mr, Ernest I1. J arils. Mr. and Mn. Palmer liill rc-alde In the cily. CLUIS AND SOCIETIES Human nature teaches that, man who does mrong knows Any that Sound priests, creeus, itu.no A. Dollar and Mr.' Sbakerlej, ot ihe external evidences of religion. He High arrived In thl.i morn, did not come, to teach lne. each with a fine string of horses. Mr. Dollar says he Is never broKe. s 0. F.'l-yle. of Crossed, Is er.ter- raen" follows. It isn't neces- hng two carloads of pure bred cattle sarv to tell the drunkard about de- Lt tBO fair, and is busy getting them gradation 'and-raEs. He knows all located at their quarters today. snout it- Christ came to save and to teach the world salvation through j c. Drewery. of Cowley, received Bimpaihv. lle'camo to all races. His hls shipment of horses and cows for sympathy was universal. Christ's thc ralr this morning. They aro a love i-as'real.'He thought with his ,jne. looting lot, and are quite _____r nTvMuri ftmuehfc wrnv In cnmp .nrlzeS. The ship- was [in ic -w-, -k _ reason iihile thc crowd thought with ,o E0me -prliet. The ils sympathy. .Theimasler alsp reach- ment ol eleven-horses and tt out for the individual, knowing I COW8. that the individual reached others. y'oodr, Urenfell, Gypsy Smith', Booth, Chapman and other world GuySi Calgary, Is entering live Mares and live stallions for competi- readers were the result ol individual cltorl. Sin cannot "stand before Mrs. Dounan's moliier, Is also a sues at Ihe ranch. Mrs. John Wood, who underwent an operation at the Gait Hospital on Sat- urday, morning, Is doing quite as well as could be expected. Mr. George Moth has been trans- prrcd to Itevolsloke as district mas er mechanic and left this morning to assume his new duties. Mrs. Moth and children will follow later. Rev. T. F. and Mrs. Perry and family leave on. Friday afternoon Quebec, where Mr. Ferry be sta Honed for the coming term" as pastor Mr. W. P..Ltndeay left morning for the Old Counlry on re- ceipt oi a message thaC'hls fathe who is at present on a "visit to Eng- a second stroke ol paralysis.1 Mrs. B. B. McCarty pleasantly-en- J tertamed "hours" in connection with Knox Ladies' Aid cnaln leas on Sat- urday afternoon. Bridge was played dainty viands were ser- ved. Mrs- J. B. Murray poured tea, while the assistants were Miss Htek- ey. Miss Jackson and Hiss Barassln. Rev. A. M. Gordon, assllant pastor The Christian Ecdeaior society o St. Andrew's church meet as us ual tomorrow evening Rev. J. R. StillweU. a relumed ml sionary Iroia India, irlll giie a mission jry address on Tuesday evening, Jun 24th, in the' Filth Avenue Uapll church. Everyone velcome. t t The te.acb.ers o! St. Andrew's Su day school will meel at eight o'cloc this evening at the home ol Mrs. lloss, 1G19 Third Aieuue North. t The Christian Citizenship depart- ment ot Wesley Epworth League will >e ol the meeting tcaight. lev. T. P. Perry will give an address, nd Miss Dorothy Young will contrl- ule a solo. The Woman's Auilllary ot 51. Aug- uslin's church will meet at four o'- clock tomorrow afternoon Icr the last irae this season. It is earnesily hop- ed thai member mill be present n order that the season's work may je wound up and put into proper shape. The ladles of Wesley church who promised cake or sandwiches for the Ladles' Aid booth at the lair, If the> cannot get tnem out to the grounds themselves. to have them at the home of Mrs. Martin, 713 Thin avenue South, each morning by 10.3 and they -will be sent out. This Is an important announcement, and the lad- les are asked to take note. strong personality. Sin is the great- w B Edwards, ol CroEsfield, Is esl ol all cowards and never kero" one horse.- It must be a the same.1 lnner to warrant bringing that dis- at Ota ttie pastor nc v to Lethbridge to estah-Pf fJJ ieion'ub'r'to preach punishment J., i. ,___t_ US. fronts the same man in yav when once routed. .Reaching tho more personal part.ol his thtme, 'Mr.' Francis asked.what (he congregation-came out tq-. seek and what did the 'pastor He iidn't come lish" r- for sin. He came to teach salvation through sympathy and love and to go out and He would seek men no mallei what they may be. To do tills there must be equip- ment. They 'must have motives, be thoroughly converted, have a love for souls, have "a working knowledge oi the Bible, know what it means to to be baptized the. holy spirit'ol God. This work, alter organization, is accomplished by pay- ing attention to the devotional side of lite. must live the prayer life, atfcnd the midweek services, and establish family altars. They must be willing lof personal work- end service anil ever? one must he willing to heed the call of duty. Mr. Francis also a short talk to the children, '.which he makes a feature nf his morning service. He has the gift ol holding tho attention ol little ones, a gill ail too rare in this day. At night Mr. "Francis spoke on lead- ership. Mi remarks being based OH the call ot Motes. (ance_ t Messrs. 'an'4 rf--' Visitors To The Exhibition Here is Your Oppor- tunity to Purchase A High Grade Tailored Suit at Half Regular Prices WS'HAVE just 25 of this season's tailored Suils left and in order to ensure their speedy and en- tire clearance, we have marked them all at the uniform price of The materials consist of pure wool, French Serges, and Whipcords In black, navy, and two-toned effects in grey and fawn; fine English Tweeds and Worsteds, in grey and heather mixtures, also pure wool Bedford Cords in navy, cream and bisque, styles are the very newest. Coats in cut-away fronts, and arc lined with guaranteed satin. Skirls in the cor- recl medium width and come in the medium high waist line. All for this week All sizes" here for your selection. Hcgultir price up to [For this week, all one price..... Dressy Linen Coats Made from warranted shrunk and all pure linen materials, also some In cream and champagne colored mercerized Repps. Some "aro made'with the close filling high turn-over collar, turn-back culls and'belled In at waist; very useful and dressy lor driving and motoring other lines with large colhr and revers. EXCELLENT VALUES AT ami New Wash Skirts Nothing quite so cool or dressy lo wear these hot days as one of these tailor-made Washable We have them in white. Repp and Bedford Cords, natural color linen apfl navy wilh white polka dot. Every new and wanted styles are here for your sel- ection including the popular plain stjle buttoned all down front, Prices from to fc of Car- of Sejge- have'received their shipments in head each of pure-bred cat- R. Ness, ol De Winlon, Is pulling md lourieen 1 hulls s for competition. of SL Andrews church Ottawa, and for- merly pastor ol Knox church here, left thia' month with bis father! Principal Queen's-University, on a two months' tour of Great Britain Mrs; A. C) Wafson was honor gupsl a't a tiilmblc tea', given by ffie Ladle's Aid of Ihe First Baptist church at the horn B of -M W.-J.' ;Wllliam s" ori Sal urday afternoon. Tbe ladles" ffei- ented Sirs. Watson with a cut bowl, which, the recipient .acknow SHE WAS I." H. Warringtcn, ol -Cornwall, ght in a carload of poultry lor the FRANK OF WITH THE K1NQ WURTEP.1BURG Our Tea and Rest Room is at Your Service This nenly opened handsomely furnished roon on second floor Is for convenience. Tou come to the fnll use of it should you wish, any light refreshments the same -will ba served at a mere nominal The Hudson's Bay Stores Steady Growth of Organized, Laboi (Continued from Irrat STRUCK BY A TRAIN Medicine Hat, Jure Z2. Viola Moore, eight 'year of age, was struck by a train rft neflclitt on Saturday died In'the hospital here r at a late hour tonight her Inlurlet. result of DUTCH ELECTIONS The-Hague, June indlc.1 lions 'are that elections of members for the Dutch parliament will resull In'favor of the coalition of Catholics and iati-revolutlonisn. The returns ,wlll not be completed until next Tues day. The total msmbeisWp for tail-was contained in local and independent bodies. The total number o! wage earner: oi Canada may fairly estimated fpr the- current year at The Unorganized With regard to the large majorit; of earners which remaini thu apparently untouched by organiratlon nd representing 88 per cent ol the nhole working population, it'is chicf- y lacking in the case o! unikilltd la- ior. Farm labor and the class; ol workers designed generally in .these cases and others, that is, with- out technical instruction ot any kind, alone comprise about onj-iourth of the total oi male wage workers, and these- -are practically unorganized. Female workers, too, are but little orgatiiMd in Canada. The number ol women workers in. 1001 was placed his afternoon, when th'ey" presented her with a beautiful silver tray. -Mrs Perry made a neat little speech, thank ng the donors for their gilt. "An In ormal social time was spent over the teacups at the fca hour. Thc following.Winnipeg despatch i ol much local Interest: A quiet wed ding toot place on Saturday attemoo in St. John's cathedral .when Mis Dora Rogers, daughter of the lal June Kius of Vftitlernburg ia taking .his., holiday this yew in walking eiiursioni. He goes quite alone, except for his favor- ite dog." He is staying at one. of his country' places near' rrledrlchshslen, on'thV other sMa of Constance, le came over a day or two ago in ne litt'e tourist steamer to the Swiss tore- at Rorschach. As a flmpla faveller he went into a bar- and rdered-a glass'of beer. a beautiful said the Swiss waitress as sbs served him. "Yes, more beautiful than I GATHERED AND HEARD SPEECHES DENOUNCING WELSH DISESTABLISH- SIR JAMES WHITNEY AND SIR LOWER GOUIN CALLED PRO- VINCIAL PREMIERS TO CONFERENCE Canon'Rogers, was married to Orv! Cameron Wedd, formerly .of Toront now ot Wlndermore, B.C.. His Archbishop Matheson officiated. -The bride, who was alien away by.her uncle, Hon. Robert Rogers, wore' her ravelling costume, a very smart three ece suit of Sane blue crepe de th brooming hat of black'tagel straw ced with sane blue and trimmed with black mount. She wore a corsage boquet of or- Ids and lilies of valley and-.ane so wore the groom's gift, a beautl- 1 pendant watch In blue enamel and atlnutn. The groom was" attended y his brother, Basil Wcdd, ol Tor- nlo. Mr. and Mrs. Wedd lelt on eplicd the King. "That Is said the girl, S at the King, "and certainly he I> far younger." '.'You are perfectly replied the King. He drank his beer and left a gold piece on tbe table. The girl ran after him d.own the street, saying he bad forgotten his change. an- swered tho King, "you are to keep the money as a souvenir of the King of Wurlemhurg, to whom you have Ihe unaccustomed compliment ot sin- cerity.1! London, June the lead ership of the Right Rev. Arthur Foley Winnlngton Jngram, Bishop ot Ixra don, a monster Church bf England de rnoniiratlnn, attended by- delegate [rc-m all parts of the country, was hel It Irem unilng (o Hty's Health. It and a law will ural color, TlUUty to and faded hair and renew tnni ot Beautiful etioni. youthful-looking than. thlng else, to good looks. Hay's Hair Health kaeploc thou- sands of womenVbiJr dooy, colored and regret buying it yon (ilSerepco It In your ance. For sale and recomoMDded Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd., Acudla Block. 20 p.c. Discount Safe Fair Wieek for tte benefit of Out of Town VUiton.. YOUR; CRJEDIT IS GOOp. j the Alberta Outfitters Dominion Block Sixth; ;