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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAKCII I, 1911 THE LET 111! KID (it? DAILY HKHALD PACE SEVEN CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PUe453 AcadiaBkk Most Attractive Styles in Exclusive Suits Marked at a price you have to pay in other stores for much inferior garments A must distinctive- and iillrurlivc is lliis Uit we IValnrn for IUIIIIIITQW'S -srlling, possessing us il docs :dl llie aullioi'ilalivc and iipp'rov-" fVil of style you would ordinarily go( in fiimncnls ul ni'ul 15.00.: In most cases llu'fe's oni1 ;md not niniv. lliaii twn'iif a kind, assuriny ynu'of Hint oxclusivonoss so much ilcsiml by lu'sl wu- men everywhere: Materials are wool ratinca. brocades, alripes-and fine French icrgeE. Styles from Hie slrlclly .man-tailored garmentt to IH? '.'lira-fashionable all very conservative, eliminating entirety everything of the freaVfBh becoming garments that you'll find It hard to'duplicate later In the season at the price. Colort are navy, black, new blue, Copenhagen, mustard, grey, etc. Sizes are cornpleU for small and medium women as well at forextra larg; women or regular sleek size or corpulent type who wear sizes as large as 42, 43, 44, 45 and 46. All special paluee SMART NEW COATS In.the Short Betted Effects Styles Hut am most attractive and dressy for young jvoriLi'ii whu desire eoals gen- eral utility wjihVorrcel style and inoderMe lirie- lnjf Material! tre black and white checks, plain bfankel cloths and stripes In Ian, mustard, new bfue, eorlte, ntvy, cardinal, etc. NEW SILK DRESSES In Medium and Large SUcs Very attractive, tonservaiko styles of quality inesaelnlne, inatlt1, daintily Iriiuuied and In fit atij make all LljroiigLi. Colors are navy and black, sizes 36 to 44. partic- ularly suited requiring a silk dress for gsneral utcfulrces and good service. CONFERENCE AND HERE YESTERDAY .BRING .GOOD RESULTS ing did r.ot kerp mfn id tl.c coimtry and'ihc Ihrec great institutions, the I'.omc, Iho icJioolr the chun-h, (or inakiiig the nation could r.ot be built up. An appeal made >o the fur the ojiptcsscrt on tlie ground lliat nobility comes to a nian in (he degree that- his ccmst-iousupss llosrs began lo grow when he UiL- the KEVPtiau- Tlie place ol mission in the development pi a I nun uas niaitc clear. OIUi.vNlZK .FOll SLltVlCi: BANQUET j Mr. (JasTiey, .general setictary ol The wlio'ceanl Dr'.-Knilk'Ott at Missionary lactiLcl at V.M.C.A. last uniltcslootl IB KJid lo be one ol the fore- most orators of the Dominion. The men were thrilled a? they listened to lie explain ihe antl pliil- J.aymcn's Jlissionary Movcir.enl oi Canaila, told tie men oi tli? won- dsriul rp.sulis aliaintd by churches j who unrfcrtoot in an uothusiastic way the every ir.cmler cauvas. Ho nl tlje clianee in the social nnd .spiritual life of the church, and the wonderful incrrasc itt llie giviugs missions in chinches, of diCTercnt I sizes, and in diilerent localities. Ik claimed it was a sfcame tliat people iiiaznificfnC" uianhooil Lind ivomanliood nf thina, Lj- their devotion lo the religion, have shown 1lial they :iro cnliLicd lo the. very best religion .wplcan giiT them.. The Tact .that .the JCiuperor oi China says that greatest need of their empire is mili- tary poiveri and uhal the Chi- nese already liave received from v.fs- tern lands has shattered their belief in thtir own. religion, was shown (o l.e tlie oppoTlurlHy and- duty .the i-hurch'lo givp them at 1his us ii they learn the' art? devil Jcani of said tlie Dr. "for no" I raver men can be tounil anyulNere. Tlio.t'rp.uniTig. glory; OL my rAce is that of thi; Vikings Ir.itls Ihein uut- r.ol ottly to discover b'it lo scnc'tlfc votld." MAKINti Mr. Hamilton was Ihc first speaker, took for his subject "flaking Uc showed this lo he the business of .the country, and what' would he ihe leaull if we tail licre. in cvciy way "must lit Irr inc.i, and (he great enterprise of fJoJ will be n failure if we arc rot .success- at making nicn. Inciflenlal Mr. Hamilton spoke oi his having rc- conimenrtcd mjxctl farming soniceighl i ears ago u-hrn lie was in Albsrln from the standpoint that wheat Fnrni- LADJKS! Il Is litnc 10 Ed- yonr bos icady for the Concert and IJoi Social held In Uurgiuan Hall on March Ii, under the auBpiccs of the Yo'jiig Ladles' Bible of St. A n drc w 'a C hurcli. A Lo v of chocolates will he give a for the lirellicst. box; nlsn one Tor the conical. miss'ons -ami tell of Ihc' -to [l'c- delisl'-L of uiin ui IIIL. gtvillE, tllCV WCHllot Rivm tlie oppoitunily. He explained how the cvtiy member cam as bnould be c-arcicd out. He ipo'-o.GL J.Ii6 duly of pi j Canadians, lo conlribulc manljuwl to Kmpire, and 6f their responsibil- ity to the men wlio have heen in- vited al a cost of millions of dollars lo our country considered an as: fields ol service be divided and assig cd to different groups in a cciiErfg lion so that every mission fold each rtrr.omiuatlo.n'woulrt ;he, jccl of regular I if. '.by mniibers of uas felt rib" -cpln- cmiM-.TVfll: preicifforeign missions unless" hinist'jf on- MILADI Edited by "INO" O Phones Res.1115 face 1224 net at t'J6 dawnlRi; of ILe day. When roseaift Lues M.eri' in th.t- vok-o 1 heard UMO thou I fboiil'J riicn, son' s.3 of .1 tlovt-. With pulEPB rir.f; as ils 'whifis, heart-cry was araui me -love; (ilfis otb'.T ihsr. ihls fosltEFes iojnororv. Mrs. Fred. KoH. .Mrs. -W. S. Hall, Mrs. Siiuit- ol PJiichcr Creek the hostess. will rcccfvii bride's L'arculs. a wtddluK brtakfast was tern J. i Tho liappy couple ivlih I the groom'? nartniK hi Mini'tajKfHr, and inter go lo Sweet Valley. Al- i hcrla( ulierc lln- yrooi.i or.jis a large JoufLal. c A qulQt Lut jirctty was imlzed al Knox Manse ou Tuesday evening, by the Rev. A. (J. Camerou. -Miss -EHzhbelli Mary Stringer, of Camrobe, Joined In marriage to Mr. Robert Cfcajnnaa or Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Chjiiunan will make llielr future homo nt Commerce. Mr-. V, .0 visit iu Calgary. loir.urrov CJubs and Societies Mrs. A. of Calgary Is iho of. Mr. and Mrs J. K, Uutdt- Mre. D. Sharp is friends in Calvary. f? f Mr. and Mrs. P...loltnsioi] leave tonight on sliurt visit to Calvary. t- ff and Mrs. leave Cal- gary neit for Victoria, 10 which Major -pchoci trans- f erred. f Mrs- Stiurlleff Plntbcr Crest ar- rived loday to ilsil n-IUi.Mi-s. W. S. Ball 'for a few Jays. x Mr. aiid. of Fargo, .X. D.. who -havft- tccn EKPEIS wdh the former's i sister, Mrs. McCuHoygh, Sixth for liome today. '.r r and Rilwln A', nisliopji "of "have been vlEjtlnE nayey; returr.ed homo loday JJavey. wbo'wlll bflvlheir- guest (for a. lime. -Mrs. Harriaoa) 201 RevenLli avenue. is the Unugtitera ibg AH the inetnhcr arc LO iiotic service .iliat set until they land when we then sometimes look.upon them as a ace. lie stowed that tte church for service, not' for holding services. Mr. CJasVicy caused every man lo estimate his u'orlti if he hat! done iirliis "co'ni- iiunily'. i-. In the" line, 5Jr." "had 1 aids -of at" n yoclal even- Mrs. DavidVlJotfald hostess at a matLnee' When- (iv'o taWes "by whHe Mrs; A; H'.--.McGulfo is'on second. Twelyt idditloiial giJCEts-dropned In. .at' lha IOQ the hastesa as- lual aad social life Ijecause ol a iaith-JElsied by-Mrs. O.-I. Courlice, Mrs. A- helped to better standards, ot .spiri-' lul cfTurt (o measure up to their share oi" the ohlifeaUon. and thai in cicry case whore the mis- sionary gilts liad been malcrially In- no money. Xot what we have, but "IE gilts to current revenue what we ilo with .what we. liavc is Ihe important thing. Uligl would you be wocih il yon hml no nipney. RniliL-otl- is n master in the1. USE of illustration and story .'whirli he M. fisher apd ..Miss Dieseib In rfcsnonso (o a cableeram announc- ing the serio'JS of his mother nl Ipswich, Er.sland, Mr. A. C- Free- ihn iniwionnty 'niovcincTit and place 'AR Ih'r. life and heart used very freely, to illuminate his ad- dress. Tic shuHct] Ihc significance of its the chinch. Me Rhrtwcd hot' Christianity can lie killed Ly limiting its scope, And by confining.' ils infliirncc to njiy-. thing othrr than the whole woild. He of the. rapid .change noV going on in heathen Ipr.Js, and ol the of giving these people the gospel when give them com- merce, education, etc-, anil swapping them a ci-arftle. Vrom impressive il- lustrations ol he hart seen in bis aUn sl.oun a marked advance. The minister must he the leader in on Sundar cvonlng for Il2ltfev' to this, as in all other wotk in thc'con- takc PaESBEc on the new Allan Rregation, but the work should DC Alsatian. Mr. Freeman will Ije gone planned and dotie In" a large mea- a co'Jple of inonllis. Let remind every morning luenly-onc years in China, c Dr. Knflirotl told of the devotion' of I ILc people to their religion, and. ol the open door extended lo Christian- ity. China now is a rejigious bank- rupt having disc.miod ll'fcir old faith and unless tliey are given Christian- ity their condition is uiueh ivorse than n-hrn (hey believed in tl.eir var- ious gods. Those who hejrd Pr. ?In- rticott coulrl not, fall tp src why ]1C preaches, believes in, and acls mis- sions, in n way. At the cont-lu- sion oT liis address Dr. Kndlcolt spoic ol his fricr.dship with the late Hcv. Chas. .McKillnp, saying that ho lisd been Ihe largest single inspiration in his life. Dr. Ualbrailh presided. AFTERNOON SKSSIOS' In tho allcrnoon Missionary Con- ference In Knox church Tuesday llie general topic was the methods ol missionary work in a local congrega- tion. .Secretary said' that every church ought lo have .a men's missionary committee 1o do a'nork Ihal would correspond in some info- sure to that already hy the lad- ies. Tills'work was big cnoliRll lo demand the service ol the strongest j mcji In llie congrcgafinii and in re-1 cciving it all over Cnnnda. Their uorlr should, he along lines of cdtc.ition, service, finance or.d pray- er. In every church there he a general rirrulMlon ol hook nnil pam- phlet .lileraturc, sliidy classes tor Ihe young people and discussion" groups for men, ining tucli ICN( hooks as arc nou- provided hy the Missionary l-Murntion Movement ar.d i the Laymen's The should he lucil lihernlly, nnd Ihc ev- cnlnir scrviie or the mhl-werV rnrcl- ing mighl will in llie, hands 0I the laymen al once n monlh- In ildclopinj; Ihr r-rajcr lilc of the il that ihe sure the laymen, should mear; the comniiltec going Iwo h.v two to every home in the in a hlief businesslike cam- paign for gills to missions cur- rent revenue hy every mnn, woman and young person' in that congrrga- to he paid vvcc-kly. Such a campaign wns conihicled in Ontario hy hun- dreds of churches the first in December ar.d the remarkable results secured could be duplicated in every church In the Dominion if capable business men and ministers are hut willing'la give the necessary Ume and effort. What adds more lo a good is more enjoyed than a cup of good coffee What is simpler (o make? Why deprive yourself of this morning luxury when the regular cliolr practice in St. Andrew's church on Friday- nigbl, iY.Tinl.flr3 of Lho Adult Dilile Class nnti Ladies' Aid Ecdoly look occasion lo surprise Dr. and Mrs, Amos of Card- Elon, 'who are leaving noxl week for Ontario. The doctor has been teach- er OL the niblu.cJnss, and Mra. Amob nrcsident of the Aid o! Ihe church, and from these Iwo organiza- tions an aiirireFa was presented, ac- companied ,by--a slfl 01 gold. The. Those tjkiae part in tlie clioir con- cert, to be rendered in Westminster church arc askrd to be on hand early, and ihc arc re- tjucslrj to be Hit re at lea1-! hour before the prrfn nuance- incr.ces. At LLe aniiiial of llie Daughters of the Kuipirc al Maclecd ttiG officers for iltn ensuing year were elected as follows: Itegehl, lire. J'cn- flrel vice-regent. Mrs. A Forgucsoc: second vice-regent, rs. W. W. MillrJrn; secretary, Mrs. ten wick i treasurer. Miss Cody. Tlie morning service at ...camelled for lies i :Su-iday' in cour Uby to fck-Lds. ol Wesley church, wh( are dedicaliiiR their new building, lu ihc evening service .will'be" lieM a: utual at Knov, when .Ilcy. Hotel i M.'A., of prcatrh The members ol St. Cyprian's Wo men's "Auxiliary are-reminded oi the social sewing 'under the direction oi Mrs. Samson, to be'hehl Thursday at -3.30- It is hoped lhat all who.can-will-try and alter.d.-tliR rneeliccjs. The Canadian Older ol Foresters have issued Invitations to-lliejr an- nual dance, which he held in the hull "on Thursday evening, March, ]2lh. 'J'he committee, includes Messes.-. E._ Ncidig, Dirclay, Leys, 'Anderson and F. Xeidig, "ivhilc. 'name of- II. -.Layrig, O-.Maison, Mrs. W. H. Morris will be a re-Coition cOrumlltec at Knox Ladles1 Aid moDllily irieeUng Lomon-bw, while Mrs. J. Cr.ilj, Mrs. Smilh-anfl Mrs. II. C. McClure be Ihe hostesses. i The social, held Tuesday at llie home ol Mrs. (Dr.) McClure un- der tho auspices ol the CcnUal C. T. U. was rjistiticlly successlul. A: ".Hy Dumber were present arid en- joyed a gitfssing'cGnlosL arranged by Miss Waterman, the prize going to Mrs. Uertrain ar.d the. con- solation to ?lrs. Ilutlicrrord.. A musifdl program, which ivas very IJleasing, [olloucd and included Vocal Uawson. Milford and Guaranteed to wear two seasons When you buy your suit or cloak, don't forget ihe lining. Its quality is as important as ihe garment itself. Our belter grades of suils. cloaks and furs arc lined with tnners the recognized standard salin lining of ihe world. 1 he name Skinner's Satin, woven in llie selvage, prelects you with the following guarantee of the manufacturers: Skinner's Satin ii guaranteed lo wear two ieasons. If it does not, send the garment lo William Skinner Son: end they will reline it free of expecie. You can gel Skinner's Satin by the yard at our Silk counter. have all the latest shades to match any suit or gown. Stores presenlntion made by Rev. D. E. Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Alvnys ask Tor Blue Ribbons Conec and lag Powder. Like all Dlue IliHon pure food pro- ducts tUc-v nre of Ihe higher quility unil arc sold EiiaranteeJ lo CVcry satisfaction or ir oitier- ILc pjrchare will Ijc rcfuudtil. .Mrs. Crasg. Solo-Miss Cliarlnllc jrcCiure. Vocal Oivcc. Sncll. I'iano Jor.cs. Vornl Roy.' Vocal William Mitlord. Comic William MiUoid. Tlie serving nl dainlj- rclresbinpnls jcor.cludcu tlic pleasing event. eal Brand, Coffee costs but one cent a cup CHASE I> SANBOMN, MONTREAL. it] Camercn, M.A. In his replj- Dr. Amos said he wan leaving worm friends In Cardston, and expressed Ihe wish lhat the 'church mlgril liavo as rapid Browlh hi the coming years a; In ILe year tliat Is pasl. i t WELLER A pretty' wedding was solemnized Hi St. Cyprian's Clmrch at seven o'- clock on Tuesday evening, when Miss Lillian AVellcr, o( Soulhporl, Kngland, IVRS united In mnrrfago lo 5tr. John llurnclt of Dcfw Island. The fcrlde was charmlnKiy dressed In Alice blue silk with while fillk vest ivlth llul- earinn (rimming, and real lace veil anil oranre Wossonis. Jlles Maggie Dell was bridesmaid, nnd .Mr. Wllltnm Norman aupporled Iho Eroora. Hev. Cnhon McMllleD lied Ibe nupllal knot In Iho presence of a large num- ber of friends and rp.lntlvos of Iho brldo and jroom.' Immediately afler Ihe ceremony a sumptuous repast was served nl the home of Mrs. Ton- alii. I'oiirlb avcnuo Xorlh, lo which twenty-sin guesli sal down. Jinny beaulldi! wero received. conspicuous among which was a dFOmc- lamp ?rcaented to llie lirirte the Sunday school ol Ihe First llaptisl church. LONDO Mis Almyrn a dnughtcr of Mr. ami Samuel Ixwdo, former NVa'.ifaukee rePidcnlF. but who now realdc In Minneapolis, was married lo John Murphy, of Sweet Valley, AI. hcrla, Canada, nl St. Slcphen'i! Cath- oljc. church, -Mlnncaiiolla. last Thura- dav by ficv. P'alher Condon. They were allended by Mabel Ixjndo, n sister ol Ihe. brldo and Mtke slur phy, a brother o[ Iho eioora. Aflcr Iho marrfa'ge ceremony Ihc brld rnriy rciralrcd to ilio home o( the OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT THE NEW DOMINION MEAT MARKET Will Open for Business SATURDAY, MAR. 7 Corner 6lh Street and 4th Avenue South ;