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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The GREATER THAN PRINCE RUPERT Offering of Town Lots at------ FORT GEORGE Tim geographical and commercial center of Central British of a splendid WHEsT AND MIXED FABMING COUNTRY. Gateway to NBCHACO, BULKLEY, FRASEE. PEACE EIVEE AND OTHEE VALLEYS. Also of CAEIBOO and YUKON mining 'lets. HALF WAY BETWEEN EDMONTON AND PEINC2 ETJPEET ON LINE OF THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC EAILWAY. TITLE TO LOTS GUARANTEED AND INSURED BY THE GOVERN- MENT OF THE PEOVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. Write quickly for maps of this great Inland Empire of Canada, also offi-' cial'lnformation regarding climate, lands, mining, etc. Natural Resources Security WINCH BLDG., VANCOUVER, B. C. A LOCAL BUDGET V.M.C.A. men's meeting Sunday, 4.15, at the Majestic. Strong ad- Miss A. M- Johnston, teacher at New Day ton, was visiting her friend Miss Fair in the city yesterday. Thos. Green of the'Magrath Pioneer started breaking sod with his new Hart gasoline engine on Friday, March llth. Lussier and Brooks have taken out a building permit for a residence on AT THE CHUKCHES Wesley Church The pastor, -Rev. Rev. T. P. Perry will preach in the on the subject "The Promise! or His Matt. 2S-20. In the' evening -the service be taken by Mr. Harry secretary of the Y. Al. C. A., Calgary, who apeak on the Y. M. e. A. work. Sun- day school and Bible class will bo as usual at 3 p.m. Knox In Knox church anniversary services will be Courtlaml Street a cost of A ago tJlc Passengers on the train yesterday noticed a farmer busy plowing stub- hie near Wilson Siding. K. Harrison, formerly with C. F. Harris was in the city yesterday and went west on the afternoon train. dedicated by Principal John MacKey. Tomorrow the preacher will be Rev. W. D. Held, H.D., late minister ot Taylor church, the largest Presbyter- ian congregation in '.Montreal, and now -superintendent or Home Missions for Alberta.1 The services will be j held 'at bhe usual hours of 11 a.m. i The Legion of Frontiersmen held In the evening -Mr. i very successful organi'-oatlon meeting j Tnornasson will also speak on behalf jin the K. P. Hall last night. W. C. young (Men's Christian Asso- jSimmons'occupied the chair. Tnc (elation. The choir will render special program included by Messrs. 13.. 111Kj suitable music including the an- JA. Tillcy, A. Davis, Mr. Young, Jl.ithem "Magnify His Name" DUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING WITH OUR VACUUM PROCESS ALL DIRT AND DUST REMOVED From your home without any disarrangement of house, and no Carpets and Rugs to pull up The Lethbridge House Cleaning and Renovating Co. Upstair's Johnson Block lethhriilge, Alta. ESPECIALLY GOOD BUYS 2 lots in Blk. the pair. 12 lots in Alexander Add.. each. Look these up. 2 lots in Blk, E., the pair. Modern 8 room house on Burdett St., buys. Terms easy. 9 room house and 3 lots in Riverview, modern, Terms. 3 houses in North Ward at a bargain, Terms easy. See us for city property. Iowa-Alberta Land Co. 210 ROUND STREET MEDICINE HAT BRONCS Clear, Bowker, Sam Armstrong and JH. S. Cooper. Speeches were di-iiv- l eml by R. A. Smith and Mr. h 'ing. if.. K. PaUcson explained fully the I purpose of the organisation. At St. August-in's vestry on Thursday last the sum of ?itt) was voted from the M'tnion and the solo "Like as the Hart" to bij sung by Miss Simm. Phone 1115 Our EATS up the Dirt TO-MORROW IS A. SUNDAY 'Continued .From Front Page) secured to finish their .build- ing last October. Surely Lethbridge St. Andrews St. And '-known far and wide as a growing rt.vs church, North Lethbridge, Rev. Bryden will preach in the morning at 11. In order that the con- regation may have the opportunity cal Horse Ranchers Large Shipment Being Made by Lo- j fund to assist St. Mary's (.riiuvh in u, iieai.jng j-j.r. Reid, ihe superintend- ent, evening service will be held at the Bailey street school at 7 instead of the usual hour of 7.30. As .this is a unique opportunity it is hoped ttiere will be a full attendance. the purchase of their new it. Xortli Lethbridge. H. A. Marx was in Lethbridge Medicine Hat, March j buying has been very brisk in Medicine i Tuesday.-Hosmer Times, flat since the first of the month, and the following shipments are already j reported: "James Mitchell, 24 horses I to Tugaske; W. Scott, 20 horses -to! Macklin; Bert Morton, 2 horses to Lethbridge; Dan Munseil, 22 horses tc I Adanac; J. Walker, 3 horses to Olds; C. Tow. 23 horses to AVinnipeg; E. A. Schefri, horses to Milestone; T. Al- len, 21 horses -to Qu'AppeHe; Scott IS horses to Macklin; James McQueen, 2 horses to Carman; D. Jardiue, 22 horses to Gull Lake; James Mitchell 20 horses to Tugaske; W. J. Hamilton 49 horses to Gilbert Plains; r-.. M. Wil son, 77 horses to Swift Current. -where every man is a booster, will not less. The Queen's University endowment fuud> has reached nearly half a mil- lion dollars. Are you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? Does your cough annoy, you at night, and do you raise mucus ir the morning? Do you want relief? h so, take Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy and you will be pleased. Sold by all druggists. FOR LOW PRICES AND SATISFACTION TRY The Meltzer Furniture Company COR. ROUND AND DUFFERIN First Baptist at 11 in. and 7.30 p.m.. A representative jot' the V. M. C. A. movement will speak at the morning -service. The pastor will preach in the evening subject "Jesus and the third in u series of "seven eventful scenes j of Pass-on week." Bible school meets I p.m. Adult Bible class in the audience room at 345. Everybody welcome. Seats free. A. J. pastor- SPRING SALE OF FURNITURE, STOVES 1 VND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STILL ON 4? Frank Rorke Violinist Recently of Minneapolis. Limited Number of Pupils .Accepted Apply A. L. SPURRIER 305 Crabb St., or Room 8 Bryan Block St. Mary's Church, North Lethbridge Anglican c.hurch of St. .Mary's lus now been moved from its original position to a more central location in ilie North Ward- Its present site is on the corner ot OS'Lven and Nanton stieets (back of Parson's store) and is therefore moat centrally placed in what is now a new parish and of An Appeal for Workers For a dozen or twenty men to try to raise in days, or seven weeks, would be the height of folly, but if seventy-live men would be willing to plan definitely to see a few people for subscriptions each day for -seven days, the task is a reason- abU one. Surely no one is so busy making money that he can not -spare it little time for a city-wide effort the Y. M. C. A., especially since ir will last such a short time. There a-j some things more Important to a father than making money for Ms sons to spend. Please, remember: 1. Every man in the city interest- ed in the Y. M. C. A. proposition attend the banquet on Mon- day evening at the Alexandra Cafe' ait 8 30. There will be no tickets ped- dled on the streets. Unless one of the committee telephoned you to-day, call up 44S and advise the secretary Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour is Canada's Standard High Grade Flour and Always Gives Satisfaction For Pastry you are comin limited. The space Is Y. M. C. A. headquarters for this campaign are at 413 .Round street, opposite the old Herald Office. 3. Xo Y. M. C. A. campaign on this olan has ever failed in Canada, and which the souuhern boundary is the; Letnbridge Ls too modest to be ,the C. i1. R. tracks. It is hoped, that nhe new church, now being withLn easy reach of everyone, -that all English church people in 'Xornhi Lfitbibiidge will do their utmost to forward Uie general -welfare'of the parish. ancL 'be- come regular attendants at the ser- vices. The following services ure arranged for tomorrow Holy communion at D.30 a.m., -Sunday school 3 P.UI., evensong. I.oO pjn. Kvensong on and Fri- days at 8 p.m. exception. Our united boosting is known the country over. 4. Strain a point, if necessary, tout gc to church to-morrow, and hear the Y. M. C. A. talks, and to the men's meoting at the Majestic at 4.15. REGINA WOMAN SUES I HER LOVER And Claims for Breach o of Marriage Letters Sixt St. Cyprians in at- Saskatoon, March the Sup tendance at the services -in connec-1 re me Court a case was slated for to j tion with. .St. Cyprians parish have'day in which Caroline Kehoe, a school -f 4- -f 4- 4- H ow to S ?.sked that a special meeting of all interested in the parish be called at tlu close of the service on 'Sunday teacher of Regina, sues Michael larmer, Lanagan, for breach of promise of marriage, and At the Majestic Theatre on Monday Wliac the Herald has to ay: The production of "Fau-st" by the Jeanne .Russell company at the Lyric1 theatre last night was an effort in .for.'.which.-they are to be commended. The iMephisto of Ray K. Brandon was undoubtedly his most successful study. It was full-of sar- donic humor, and the mannerisms of .Mr. Brandon actually accentuated Ills reading oi the part. The two out- stretched fingers of the left hand add- ed to the value of his gestures, and the occasional hesitancy suggested that the devil was not quite at home in Nuremberg. One of the most art- istic touches in Mr. Brandon's study! oi this part was bis limp through the rive act-s oi the drama, which accen- ave 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- SPECIAL English Tapestry Squares riorai mid Oriental dcslii'ns, "I And where to save is l the main object these days. II you are pur- chasing anything' for with color combinations of faAvn UTcen and blue. itfft.xlO ft. 6 9fl.x 12 I't. BRUSSELS SQUARES (5 ft. 9 x (J ft. (J ft. x 10 ft. li ft.x 12 I'll home and have little to do it with, your purchases should made at IRON BED LOUNGES Double width coin- pie 10 filled o-reen denim draped bpeeial IRON BANNER corcu Single width, com- plete with, wool filled green denim dm pod ma it re Special SULTAN BON SPRING LOUNGE With .sprinii' ediro hair filled, den- im Special FRESH FROM THE OVEN and fit for a king, is every piece of tl baked goods from this bakery. CAKES AND LOAVES OF BREAD are the digestible kind, if we made thern. This bakery hasn't an enemy J in all the town. FOR BAKED GOODS PATRONIZE US We'll please yon and our service is f evening for the purpose of organizing i damages. Both parties are 25 year ,tlve cloven hoof of the devil the south parish and appointing war-jof age aim are Roman Catolics. i'iu anii gynvholixed the particular tenor dens and vestry, and discussing the j plaintiff alleges that, the promise wa ,vp ree, ut that aTe matter of building a church. Great i made in 1305, when both were resi trag5cally unexpected. This interest has already been taken in prompt u.l 't'he services and an Informal meet- in- last Sunday it was unanimously imise was purely in the east. The defendant submits that the pro- conditional, tnat hr artistic touch on the part of Mr. Brandon was of that profound kind that Robinson Crusoe experienced City PHONE 1181 decided to organize, tomorrow. We' has bepn- nor is a pos; when he saw the track of a foot on 10, 0 again that She boundaries i the sands, and knew better than i of tue jOiiT and ions clmrcn are that portion of !U i 11-1 r h mrt'itic n Tlfl f 11 llOV i city south of Courtland street, so thai those living within the'boundaries without, moans, and further that he j has never reused trf marry the plair written word could say it he was I alone. and who arc interested in Tihe forma- Itit'f. Sixiy natnro by Hayes will come in as evi a sent.imc-nta1; Tlle comedy in the garden scene ......-_____ between Mephisto and Martha tion of this parish are asked to himsoll'. rereivcd many j correctly given. Martha, the busy-jfg preseni. Of course the services Kehoftt bnt rtcsirovcd body, the the mercenary andj- oj.en 10 all and any person or o, (hem living outside these bounds but who' Tur.eoJI Caliltr. of Re dosire t.o connect themselves with ,iro I0r ,he piainijf shall be welcome, and upon 'K __ of F-iinagan. for the WATCH FOR THE C. T. EVENT s "ail sijoung the declaration of membership he eligible to vote and act in .Tiy rllicia] capacity in Uie church. Three lots have been secured on the north east corner of Ashmead and! defendant. MiserithralSer. j Martha, succeeded -admirably, a As Marguerite; Miss Russell, in the! praise" Ls zreat jewel scene, was quite charm- to but we have ins. Her expression of whole-hearted; Howatson's work for some now, and his Valentine is anotHec SETTLERS RECORD T. Snowdon from Winnipeg has ar- pleasure as she donned jewel after- jewel was like girls of seventeen have; past in the broadening J done since Uie world began and devils the sureness oftouch' incomparably his best. went into the jewelry business. AV hen Charles streets where it is intended; rr> erect a church with a full and the church proper to seat 500 people. This among oUier t will be discussed n is hopert that -t- Irheii with a car load of settlers we remember .Miss Russell of a year scenery of the play is of exceptional; merit: the singing of the sacred 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- CROCKERY TO Ten cups and saucers. Dinner dox. Tea pin I os ............1MK? Bakers ...............20c cadi Bowls ............20c earl) Cream Juii's, in set MATTRESSES Oslcmoor mattress, tin: best. Foil, similar lo Ostcmoor We carry mat tresses, full at prices from up in any way will be present. meeting takes place in the Conserva- tory of Music (upstairs) on Ashmead !o Raymond for opposite the police barracks, immediately at the close of the even- in? service on Sunday, March 13. ifocts for Warner. 'or two ago, and enjoy hrr mastery; ._ Mrs. L. Parkenson with two car now of some of the most difflcultj SIf: was Affective. from roles in modern drama, we can only at nib our eyes in wonder and hope, as; AUhc Winnipcg civil assizes i Warner. ;vo believe she will accomplish great i Villies, who was injured bf I Two car loads of ihoroughbteri hor-; things and some day come into her; from the'scaffold of a struck i so? cairn; from liegim cglna and went .Messrs McGregor and Howat-i lurc heing by lhc C.N.R., waf? .r C. D. Fox. son. in thoir parts, and Miss Gibson awardw, "damagcs ot At St. Augustin's will be holy communion at S.30 and morning prayor at 11. Sunday school! will bo held at p.m. and evensong at 7.30 In the evening. Rev J. r.. j MurreU-Wright. M. A. rector. Salvation meeting at II a.m. conducted by Capt. Free and easy meeting at 3 p.m. when -.ill the local officers will be commls- j sionod for the year. Salvation moot- I iiig at 7.30 p.m. Text. "What then j shall T do with Christ.." Sermon by I Stride. 4- 4- Lethbridge Furniture Co. 4 i ll is reported in the ci'y r-noy i that thoro was a firr at ir.ifrcd last night in the Livery SUVio. some other buildings. Hut as '.V.cro is no tolograph office there the Her- ald has born i.nablr to Irani Already since New Years a rt J.clhbridgc agency, Fifty Years the Standard OREAM iis use a x guarantee against alum ;