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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Tuesday, June FOR SHLE CHBHP iv r Modern 8 roomed house and barn on Dufferin Street, between Bartlett Street and Westminster Road. x 40x225 feet. Enquire Lot THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY .Ward Yardi at Lethbridge N.'LetubrldKc Taber Bow-Ialaud Milk} River River CluresJiolm Nuutou Caruiarigay Baron Kipn -Jet. A.S.S.A.TO CONDUCT AN EXTENSIVE TOUR The Alberta Sunday School Assoc- iation are this year conducting a mid-Bummer tour on perhaps the most extensive scale ever undertaken by any similar organization in the west. The tour will commence the first week in July, and will be conducted in Lethbridge on Thursday and Fri- day, July 7 and S, in Knox Presby- terian church. Already the -local Sunday; schools and the workers are doing much to get ready for the con- vention. Uunn, F. H. Clarksou, A. B. Cashing, B. A.; T.'A.'Humphries, Aid. James Smalley, Mrs. E. E. Tench, and oth- ers. A summer school will be held a; Banff on August 7 to 12. Meetings in National Park Theatre. Good lec- tures on vital topics. Ponular evening meetings, with choir, orchestra, etc. Special railroad rates and entertain- ments. Driving, boating, mountain climbing, etc. The following is the programme to MISS HELEN PARK, Winnipeg Elementary Specialist 'Special music will be conducted by Prof. L. L. Henry, of Chicago, and the combined choirs of the city are ex- pected present, .iiliss Keien Palk. elementary spec- ialist, of will also be pres- ent, as .well as a large array of some of the best talent in the Province. The following .people will take part in some of the meetings held: Prof. L. L. Henry, of Chicago; Miss Helen Palk, Winnipeg; H. F. Kenny, W. V. Sinclair, Geo. S. Dingle, J. B. Pater- son, B. A.; A. Butchart, Rev. D. A. be carried out at the Lelhbridge con- vention: Thursday afternoon. service in charge of H. F. Kenny, General Secretary Alberta S. S. Association. Prof. L. L. Henry, Chicago, musical director. Address, "The Sunday School Miss Hel- en Palk, Winnipeg. -he Organized Adult Bible led by J. B. Pat- erson, B. A., Calgary, Supt. of Adult Bible Class Dent., of the Alberta S. S. Association. of committees. exercises. Thursday Evening Session. of Song, led by Prof. L. L. Henry, assisted 'by a large choir and ochestra. "The Child in Our Miss Helen Palk. and offering; solo, Prof L. L. Henry. "Echoes from the AS'orld's Sunday School Convention at Washington, D. H. F. Kenny. announcements and closing. Friday Morning Session. ted by Prof. L. L. .Henry. "Past and.'Future of Our District Sunday School H. F. Kenny. "The Intermed- iate led by W. V. Sin- clair, Stettler. "General Ble- neutary. leaflets provided, led by Miss Helen Palk. 11.30 Conference "Missionary Vork and Teaching in the S. led by'GeorgeS. Dingle, Calgary. and closing. Friday Afternoon Session. Model Primary Session, conducted with a class of children, and including a new graded lesson by Miss Helen Palk. of officers, and re- ports of committees. and addresses, "How to get the most ouf of Sunday School Prof. L. L. Henry. "New Plans for led by H. F. Kenny. Service, led by Kev. E. S. Bishop. of new executive. Friday Evening Session. of songpled by Prof! L. L. Henry, with large choir and or- chestra. "The Organized Sun School George 3. Dingle, Calgary. y.OOMusic and offering; solo by Prof L. L. Henry. sentence messages from delegates. 10.00 Dismission "Let us go hence." Rev, E. S. Bisiiop will have charge of the Devotional Exercises through- out the Convention. A mass meeting -will be held at Car- mangay on July 6, and at Taber on the evening of July S, at which conveu- Hat District. Convention, Medicine Hat, July 5 and 0. Lethbridge District. Mass Meeting, Carmangay, July C. Convention, Lethbridge, July 7 and is. Mass meeting, Ta'ber, July .8. Crow's Nest Pass. Picnic, _131uirmore. July 9. Sunday services, Bellevue, Frank and Coleman; July 10. isesssSf c. THE CAN ADI AN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD omCB. TOKOMTO UTABUSMKP 1MT B. WAXKIt, ALEXABDIB LAX1D, OiMnl Miaiftr Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES new Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a moot vaj which mouey when travelling. They are iMued io d and and the r-------fajmbk in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, F Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Ruoaia, and Switzerland cm UM Cue each while in they are payabb ai cvrrat The aW aH Monaatioo refardiny auy be obUiowl at the bank. Lethbridge Branch C ,G. K. PROF. L. L. HENRY, Chicago Chief Musical Director tion speakers will be present. All delegates in attendance at the Lethbridge convention will be provid- ed with bed and 'breakfast by sending in their names to Linton Lundy, Lethbridgo, not later than Friday, July 1. The tour will last aoout six weeks, culminating in the summer school at Banff. Every district in-'the prov- ince is being reached. Those of local interest incluut-'the Pincher Creek District. Convention, Pincher Creek, July li- Macleod District.- services, Monarchj July 10. Sunday services, Macleod, July 10. Mass meeting, Macleod, July 11. Mass' meeting, Granum, July 12. Claresholm District. Convention, Claresuolm, July 13-14 High River District. Mass meeting, Nantbn, July 13. Meeting, High July 13 Convention, Okotoks, July 14-15. OF .CANADA ESTABLISHED 184S Total Assets Oct 30, 19O0 Over Within Ten Years you are sure, at some time, to either want or need afew: hundred dollars in cash. If things go wrong you'll need they go right you'll want it to take advantage of some- of the financial.opportunities that come jrour ..way. Could you lay your.hand on a few hundred to-day? way to prepare for that to open a Savings Account at once in this to it as often and as regularly 'as 'you can. We will add Interest at highest current rates. ,Saviugs Department at every Branch. Main Office cor. Round Red path 8ts I G. R. TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manajer. Stirling Hi Roach, Acting Manager. ,_________Grany W. Ball He, Manager. John Bailey's horses took fright at an automobile when he returning home from Whitfcy, f'aa away, and the old man's neck broken. Mr. William sold 000 .of -Canadian Northern'- Railway guaranteed bonds to Mr. James Duus- tnuir, of British Columbia. -REDCLIFF THE TOWN OF OPPORTUNITY 1% U ft I.L. r n n ui iidi un me iudiFi line Oi me L. r. K. This plant is operated by the Redcliffe Brick Company, Limited, and has a machine capacity of brick per day, a ready market which is afforded by the great Western Canada field. Common brick, pressed brick, hollow bricks and fireproofing are now made, while fire and paving brick will soon be placed on the market. i The finest clay banks in Canada lie a short distance from Redcliff, along the South Saskatchewan river. This clay has been proven to have unlimited possibilities and a practical demonstration of its utility may be found in the perfect product turned out by this great plant. Sewer pipe and even potery can be made. It wll be a revelation to you when you see it.. The Canadian Government has given their products un- qualified endorsement. The same company also operates one of the largest coal mines in the west, the present capacity being 200 tons per day, with work progressing so rapidiy that by fait it will be fully 500. The coal found is very similar to that mined at Lethbridge, Taber andother western Canada points, and is looked upon as a thoroughly good grade of semi-bituminous coal. It is shipped by rai! cast as Th- 'deposits cr. property kr.owr, to exisJ. today exceed, according to expert estimate, over tons. This is our FIRST AND LAST appeal to the public to buy lots, but we will be after additional factories for years to come. The Company has spent in provid- ing every requirement of a modern municipality and work lor 300 people before a lot placed on the market. Lots now on sale. Prices from to BRICK PLANT AND COAL TIPPLE Special car leaves Lethbridge for Redcliff midnight, Saturday, July 2nd; return 4 a.m. Monday We liavc made (lie jobs forilie laborer; now we want (he business man to supply his wants. RIPLEY CO. Room 8, Macdonald Block Lethbridge, Alberta ;