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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TUe LetkbridgeDaily Herald. Monday, March 14, 1910. Page 5 OPENING GUNS OP Y.M.C. A. CAMPAIGN VICES AT KNOX 'Continued From Front Page) (Tontinned -From Front Page) ik'slriKith'f Instruments. the lack in Uie work of the churches, it A'fnt out and claimed young men ;.ind them !n Christian sur-1 s. Tho churches needed help imr the Y. LM. C. A. needed it just as nmoh and more, 'lie closed with an piirtniPBts of the work. The motive! ol the movement iwi-J its iMyiyCDCITV CCD behind aud controlling the whole to all clasps of men. to business and AnlUlLRJM I OLn. movement lie said was to win men to an alleglence to Jesus Clirlst and to build up manhood and character. To- wards tills end the V, M. C. A. om- phasises Bible study and last year on tlie American continent had over i one hundred thousand men studying the Jii'ble in classes. The physical j department was the most spectacu- lar, Their object however was not to make athletes but to get Mien to professional men, .working men, me- chanics, studonto and clerks. lie to'id j how i'. started with a dozen men 're- presenting several denominations and how now young men served In committees of the Y, M. C. A. in North where tlie (dead selves to higher things by put- Ung them behind us and climbing round by rouriu. Prmted copies of the annual re- port of Knox church for the year were distributed in the pews of the church in pamphlet form yester- America alone. The Y. 0. A. work ia intordenomint'.tlonal and is an act- ive factor in the upbuilding of a WILLIAM LAID TO REST day. showing the progress of the past scrvice_ The funeral of. William ICerr was held at 'J.30 on Saturday afternoon from his late residence in North Leth- bridge. Kev. W. W. Bryden conduct- pure and wholesome an.l avoid tlioso i lQ suljstanlial one> A slight places whose Influence, or appeared ln the Aiding fund tended to destroy or dull the i' stage, will appear on tjie week. Joe Late-ska, the comedy juggle'r, will be anotner' fea- ture of'the big bill, and TnmdcJl ;aud Fuller, the Scotch singing "and''dare- ing comedians will put on of the latest comedy bits. The motion pictures being are the latest out. of their 'bodies by systematic exercise. He told too of appeal to his people to do their ut- ]s bejng done to most to further the establishment of this linstitut'lon J which 'bethbrldge t'ould not afford to be without. At Wesley Church J A't, Wesley church Harry Ballan- tyne, the secretary of the Calgary'Y. M. C. A., gave a most illuminating address oil tlie work with which lie is Idemined. After tracing briefly the history of the movement and telling ot it.s world-wide operations, the speak- er told more particularly of the ChrJstian manhood and a vigorous i-ian life. citizenship so necessary in Leilibridge.; in exercise the best kind Io" take was the exercise of work which ac j complished something and 'it the yimc- FUNERAL OF j t'rne gave strength to the i statement, which, corrected, should read as follows: Receipts Subscriptions General revenue 575.00 friends attended the funeral. Tuej Independent Order of Oddfellows at- tended in a body. The funeral ar- rangements were under the direction o1' T. S. Fetterly. The pall bearers LOCAL BUDGET Chas. J. Cohiiiic, of Calgary spent the week end at the home of Mr. am! Mrs. Lambert, Dun'erin St. uinit the beloved wife of II. Tennant, customs oliicer at Coutts, was held on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock from Ketterley's undertaking parlors to St. Patrick's church. The body was shipped on the midnight train to 'Win- aocompauied thy 11. J. Tennant. men and boys improve their educa- MRS. 1 IjJNA 1 j 'i uere was no advantage in the Chris- tiovi both in the cities and out in the! The funeral of the late Mrs. X. Ten-1 ti.ui life of merely not various kinds. The address was followed with deep by tlir large congregation present. At the Baptist church on Sunday morning W. A. Levitt of the Southern Alberta i. M. C. A. group with Snles of property wore: T. Niven, Robt. N'iven James) A mcetjng ot the Executive of the M. Donaldson and D. Conn. j LelhbrUIftC Rifle Association will be Loan .ethbridgc 'held tonight at the offices or Mr. A. i Rarton-Canninp: in the Sherlock Block, at High River, spoke -briefly The bearers were Ule six sons_ outlining the origin of the Y. 'M. C. JThe service was conducted by Rev. A. He spoke of the different aspects1 Father Rosenthal. of negative commandments. Pxerclsc! was necessary thai accomplished suits. The doer of a Christian net! Expenditure LYCEUM TONIGHT i The big Pantages vaudeville acts, C0rner of Red oath and Glyn Streets. the tonight, the City Police Court before i circuit comprises the big cities oi New Magistrate MacDougall Mike Zoloskie r.i deed of mercy or kindness New church and property York, Chicago, San Francisco, ere., was found guilty on the charge oi made stronger by that de.-rl. und furnhare Und the same vaudeville acts pK; walking on the C.F.R. track and let was the kind of Christianity alone j Sundry 331.59 there will now be seen in Off. on suspended sentence. He was i at the Lyceum. The program changes j arrested by a C.P.R. detective on a week'. (Saturday and was a boarder in the The Musical of the! city lodging house till his trial on which counted. i Interest and repayment Conversion was not the end bill the Balance on hand beginning of the Christian life and; work. We rose on the ruins oi our: biggest musical acts on the'American j Monday morning. T .nr' The Greatest Piano Event in the History of Lethhridge The Mason Risch Piano Company Limited of Toronto Open up a Branch Store in the Conservatory Building Introductory Sale of High Grade Pianos Now in Full Swing Is to Worth Saving The importance to us of Lethbridge as a business centre was fully illustrated several days ago by the an- nouncement that we had secured permanent quarters here in the Conservatory Building for the direct market- ing ot our famous product. In order that we may introduce our new designs, which have just been received from our factory to become more thoroughly established in this vicinity, and to prove to the public that TO HOME" sys- tem will save you many dollars. We intend to make our opening sale the most notable piano event in the his- tory of this country. 16 MAKES OF PIANOS-THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS Mason Risch Newcombe Regal Henry Herbert Dominion Mozart Classic Weser Bros. Chilton Harmonic Steinbach Mason Risch and Newcombe Player Pianos Steinway, Weber, Steck, Wheelock and Stuyvesant Pianola Pianos Our line of Pianos include 16 makes of the very BEST the market affords and in buying from us, you are dealing with the manufacturer. WE SAVE YOU THE PROFIT OF THE MIDDLEMAN. This sale with greatly reduced prices will last only 6 days and will positively close on Saturday night, March 19th at 10 o'clock. If you have the remotest idea of buying a piano this year you cannot afford to let this grand opportunity pass. Do not let your home be without a good piano when you can get one now at FACTORY PRICES and on such easy payments. For 6 Days Only, Beginning Tuesday, March 15 Don't Delay Your Visit to This Sale a Single Day Easy Terms Arranged to Suit Each Purchaser The Mason Risch Piano Company Limited Factory Branch Conservatory Building Lethbridge, Alta. Other Branches at Port Arthur, Fort William, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, Revelstoke, Fernie and Vancouver ;