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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta For The Wants Man Who to Know DR. PATTERSON CLOSED HIS MISSION li:iERE MoiKliiy, Miirrli 2", IDIl. fwc have a book that is the recognized encyclopaedia of dress.'* It is the Fit-Reform Style Book-for spring and summer-illustialcs Suits and Overcoats that l-^it-Reform Has created and well dressed men will wear. There is a little talk in this book about hand tailored garments that appeals strongly to very man. I' Great Crowd.s at Knox Church at I hrce Services Sunday ilir woii� WHS I'pspoijdiblt-III tlo*^s'llHll tiifasinr for Ihf wiiln�)ji'*�*1 iiilK'**! iiiii' hiiil hftn niHiflirpsfed :feixiisig:hX'' hi* s-lHv. Also. h�� Miild. hr widhetT^ liirtiilclv ti. thank iKe clioir, unhfers and (�(Tii.'iiilR of nil tV� rhiim'lrpe of ilie iM(> for tlieir kincK'r anrt nnflag-jrit'S' r.�!t] hi doinf (h^f# piirf in (his lalvir for tlii� liOnl, rhp metaories ot Letftbtidfi'' and iiK j.eciTilp I hat 1 will cait*- jiway lo^ ;liie oUi '.and arc vej\v pleasMif indeed"! I,y.''sai(l |)r. Pailtrson. "�nd m� oiip re] sret is that icnisUt I imisif fmri v (iear friend Mi-. W^tiveir, �May we send you a copy ?- free, of course. 312 ^eilIer^la^ whs (he last d�v ,f tlif �eriep of �v�nseli�n'i''iiie*'(inn� wliioh liHve Ufvn conducted by Rev. Ur Pnl ! lerson and Mr W. \V". Weavei, and! Knox clinrcli whs flllnii npij euiiiK. to lieHi i'�iier. liis farewell sermon l,uko It MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN. Maoaqer. PHONE �4�. MAUDE HENDERSON AND HER BIG COMPANY TO-NIGHT "the Dope Fiend" COMPLETE CHANGE EACH EVENING PRICES-SOc and 35c. GALLERY 25c. Ireland. The whole day'i jjiw^^dings iritrked a filtiuit climax to the great ijiUd noble work lliaf these two worthy men ha^e been doing here durliiE their s'R.'. sMu iliere i-nu be no rionb' that Mie .-ev'^ii;;s obtainnd we:'e innsl gr�i-ryine '�" ilieni. The addresseK by ihe|'"''�'�' :*i-e:-enil doctoi thi'o>igbon *'�v ill I.eihbridge ba^e been of a liish, '�ilei a:.(I be lias soue h'.s work)''"^'*' :u hm.h a i|!. niau\v >vi\..v, wi-hoiiti any il-o.!:!" n?' �ilaylns upon the erne-tions of 'he throngs lha! greeted hini. ifllf he ha. endeared himself in thei�f ^''"'t ^P"'^"" test Then hearts of hi.ndveris of the People of|'00' tbere are tear* of sympathy for within lhel"^p sorrow- and anpiish ot others. i Such tears as these .)esus shed in sympathy for Xraiy over her brother's The Iron Duke, the hero of McKELVIE & McGUlRE Sole AcentJ fur Lr ni'isi the work of \fr. VVeaierj as m!;.'!!c.q| iliveclor and Dr. Palter-| .ons able assi-slant he overlooked. �e\^^'^'^''}�": f^]^^_f^^\}_^''!^..'^'^.Vl:.,�!l lias added vpr\ greatly throughrat lo lie pleasure and dee.n spirit of the yoriices and lie will long be reuiem-bered as the "Sweet Singer of Ohio." INSURGENTS A CELESTIAL AND \ TO KEEP UP WARFARE the night following his great world's \lctory. he walked about the battlefield ir.ving to tUeviate the sutferins of the wounded and dying. It is no sign of weakness for a man lo weep. New Cho^e^� Member. ' ^ ,a, ^, gt,, ^ ,.gpp yesterday morning the Sacrameat of 'I'cii tears, he Lord's Supper was celebrat- But the (ears of Christ upon th* ed. and by far the greatest number in'occasion of Ills riding triumphant into the city of .TenisaJem, tears while His disciples irere borne along with joy, 3 rhey .Are Not Satisfied ' With the New Diaz Cabinet HK nPIIIM TIN^''^'' b>'"^"''>' �^ Kuo\ church partook of IIIJ VllUlfl linu the feast. Between �thirty and forty niexnbers were placed on the rolls of the church, about fifieeu being by cer-ifuaie o' uiembership and the remainder profession of faith. Rev. A. .M. Guidon delivered a preparatory address on the siirniflcanre of Ilie .Sacrament. !t should serve two purposes, he asser ed; first as a means or rerolleclioii and then as a tueans ^0 REFORM MEMBER Gathered in by Constable Fryer-An Important Capture Last inirhl rfbout niidniKlit. wbiie I'oiisl Vrwr H.i.s i'>ing; Ins biwv iMiiiids. be dropped iii-.o tbp Belgium late opposite the depot and seeminj:-i ^j,.^ g^-^r the intervening nine-Iv found everytluns; serene and bright | tp^y ^eumrie? to ;he days when He Hui s'Ui eliott lir ;Af't a liuuoh that all -.vas carryius on his great work upon as mctiv as it looked on tlie .eaiih. R;it the Sacrament should have another meaning, t'hrist died to bring sa hat ion to the world and the com- Pi'fs. Hi wi&fiU Says The} l>id YlieiflfnioHifo .4v�MidTrf�iib'le '-'Igarv, Mi^l ch '37.-President Lewis Stockelt, ol the Western Canada Coal Operatori ' .\.v>ioclation, in an interTiew e.^prii sscd regret that the �egdtiation.s wSili the miners had not H-en siiccesstul. Ilr said the three clnief questions vonsidei.Td wore : 1', Tlie open or closdl shop. J. i'he carryibiB on of negotiatioii.s and the continuation of work by tlie ininerti 'with the sulimission of differences .ifi-sing during negotiations {n arliiteaticn. 3. i'hc rem'wmil of the present agreement wifli an increase uf the rate, of vvage.s and contnict prices. With regard to the first question Mr. Stockett .said that the district olficcrs cf t'tie miners at agreed Ramona's Father ' "XJT * Spoony Sam '^':!^^ NOVA SCOTIA-a beautifal scenic picture Redtum Orphanage Annual Festive to having an agrecaicti't without the these werejhe tears of anguishjijid f^,^^^,, ^^^^^ y^^^ ^^^^ reversed this position. of anticipation. The bread and the wine aie representathe of the dead body o;' tlhrlst and serve to carrv the Official .Announcement of New Cabinet Not Yet Made ' i- ii'. inii'itaiil ,is 11 was \estei^-I mil lale \esierday ..fficials oT i^ie hi.i'e ib>pa'l mem expecleil to be liiii- I.i iiie mil tiiC nauies i.i' the 5:eii ai)|i'.'iii>'d, but ai 7.:(ll Uist niglit �as Rimed ihai ibc administra-' 'i.iii Would make ih. auiii.uiicemeiit ^mouiieeiii^ ^-\\ caliiliel si;r!;u'e. The .iccupviiia; ibe sh'iii bplra\pd a suspiciousness unusual to ibc innocent r.-.iui-lenmice of mir I'elejtial friends, mi the ntlicer hied hiuisell' sl he w,is iibiliil Ml sliiw tiiiiseli' aboaiil I'lie cdii^lable >\veei li iiiiMiVled his sliirv aiid llier lor a wa'k. At llie city's house lu' ietiic;e liie I'liinl, luiloaded. and be-bnld ' ihe idlieei had c.iplured a pri'e Three liiis m opium of .ihofct a piiiiiul each III' du|ie tlisclosed and likewise a pair mccly gradiialed sciles II.1 x\eii;liini same. On (ioU-iiig mrtiici. two beaut iiullv polished iio'ti I ec'Mil iirles for Ihe I biniiman's eiore iie\t week (ieneral Bernardo . , . , t I jov were iiiicnered. and llieii the iMtiiu Wi's civeii a ih.iiiie 1.. tlinik inemoiaiion of the Sacrament of the Lord's Siipiier should force home upon us all the joy anc* pea:-e and happiness in flore for u.s as Ihe result of Ills death upon the cross. All that; is uece.^sary in order lo partake of the feast of the Ix)rri is to surrender yourself (o him. which is a sign not of weaknes.? bul of the greatest strength ill man. and It will iiring unto each a jov tiial noibiug can take away. A Long to be Remembered Service I'he evening .service was one that will Ion!? s:aniii iiself upon the minds and beans of the eager throng ihat went 'crowded the capacity of the church to I he utmost 10 hear (he las( sermon Ilr. Patterson will preach upon Canadian soil. The -neaker prefa' (Bioornph.) F-J he Four Harts I n t he Kollege Kids 5 People 5 People The Family Vaudeville Theatre Vhnyvji Open 7,:;(l. Firsi Cnrlnin H p.iii. SHEEP electric Restorer for Men PhOSPhonol lestom evety nerve ia the body -;-to its proper tension; raitftrei im aud vuabty. i'reaiaturc decay and all nwual -llcaess averted at ence. PlHnpheaal will ke vou a new mar. Price f ' - ' v. wealcaess averted at wice. make vou .-inew mar. Price J8  box. or two fni Mailed to any address. n�T ^----- ' Bt. Calliarlnef, Ont. GRAND SECRETARY OF ODDFELLOWS DEAD; (ler lo eivp Chief GiUe^pie lime In. i-.^.o^q^ SUr^h Ji;.-.\fr. .1. r. Kiug.' (�..nsiih the c.islonis' authorities as �,;|.j,j,jj secrelaiy of the liidepeudeni ^ to I he Hkc of proserin icii thai should .Order of Oddfellows, died here thi.�i he f..llowe(l. Hail was refused morning. Mr. King was in his T-itlij -------- ---- : V ear aud alihough in somewhat failin.E; i BELLEVUE NEWS health during the past few months. | Reilevue. March I'l.-A .....-........-''^'^ '"'^"^ '"^'''^' ^'"^ ""�-''-Pe''l�d.' TORONTO WINS AGAINST C.P.R. coureri was' I.Mr. King has held Ihe position of C.rand Secretary with the Oddfellows lor over 11 years. .-� uiiu'ieiidi\ lo the lefotiiis for hiri, ihe Mp\;(aii iiis'ii ie.-1 i,.n us be- fii^en by the friends of the Methodistj waRes. and as a consequence ' burch in Bellevue last .Vfonday even-j he wsr ^^lll co m, miiiiiernipied II number of ihe townsoeo-' , pointed OUI 11,Hi .UioMi; the men P'" "^'� .l..�... ..J |,.,|,|y .d.i,.e easily rtd thoroujrh.'y c.'ean*^.] .-^fie;- it Iji rled g-lvf another applliiatton : Hlr-utone. .^rier you have used u for While you wli; adnilt ll i� the best ou' b.ave ever us>>il I'Diir Nyal Drue iore ivlll eUeerfuUy guarantee Hlrau-lo do nn that !s claimed for It. pLD AND GUARANTEED' BY ALL of this kind ever given In the town. complaints and give ansol'^ie satisfac- LETHBRIOGE ORUCaiSTB would tnve tbeii reasons in dun (ouvse fur humble service to tha* el-........... ,,, .u.. ,. , feet wliich thev would tender His he Belle.ue Fooinal; Association was;,,,,,, the user nothloi if It falls ' M'^ently dismis-.^ed. were from ue.u. ami i: was decidfd t . form a lea- lo g.ibstantiate our claims. This rem-' judgtnent.s bv the Supreme Court of gue team. .Mr l,indKn^ was elected. edy Is called Resall Orderlies. 'Canada ami the Ontario court. Blake the representative to attend the league' flexall Orderlies have a soothing," ,rf Pedrien for the CPR healing, strengtheniug, tonic and re- . ,, ., , aulative action upon the bowels. They I'''''''=^ 'Bat'P". remove all irritation, dryness, sore-, and .'^cott for the (LT.R. nesB and weakness. The.v restore the i ___________ bowels and assoidate oi-janB to mare . vigorous and healthy activity. They j LANDED ANTARTIC EXPEDITION are eaten like candy, may be taken at Rev. .\. .1. Pro.sser. paslor (..f the First Baptist church, preached his farewell sprnion last nighl from I.sai.^h ."i'!;'2 : �'V^nlargc Ihc place of thy tent.:' Speaking oi his departure from Ibe city he exhorted bis people to keep up the work of the church, and to keep on enlarging it till their influence reaches its height. Mr. Prosser leaves the city on Thursday to join .\frs. Prosser aud the children at "Medicine Hat, and will preach in the Baptist church there next Sunday. On the following Wednesday fliey will proceed lo their new liotnr at the Coast, where Mr Prosser has been appointed pastor of the \ortl. \'ancouver Baptist church Mr. Pro.sser's chai'ge here has not vol been tilled, but the committee will name his successor shortly. Next Sunday Rev f-f. Bryant, of Medicine Hat, will preach al both service,; on the occasion of the lenlh aiiniversari-of Ihe First Hapti.?l church. i burnt oft last fall and that tack id iri()isiur,licep. Th(,se , Mrs. Scfiger. present thi-i morning were : I) � -'"'^^ ��>��'� McCaig, \li)erla .Sheep Co., 3,000 sheep: Mr. Uobctlson. I'hiu I'oulee, 3.nfl0 . Mr. Crest. Conldalr, ; Mr Cook. I.elhbridge Farming Co . CANADIAN NEWS Mr.s. Silas Myers her frieud.s here a weelt ago Saturday/ i^uii owing to her high aplrited hortin v.e are sorry could not stop long. There is a great detnaud for goo* work horses bore, .^mong the latest ,500; Mr l?arvic. Kipp ' "ulee |p,,.p,,ag,rs are Ira Rice and ,Tohuny; ,500, aud .los. :oung, .Seven Person;, iRenzell. I.Olio .Veil .Staiker. of the ArRevI ; .Martin Anderson and V. fjockharH .Sheep Ranch, owing 7,SU0 sheep, and; are busy completing Mr. HMlip�r� rasU about len mure with hands of two idence, which is going to be one of thq or Ihree Ihousand e.ach, will likeir H'est in.this dJatrict. have repr,�.senlatives al tomorrow � The house on wheela was moved; pj^jjIj^,,, north last week. Sorry you can't; ata;' I with us, i\ih. Miss Kdna Myers spent a few dayff jin T*ber, and, strange to say. did noti know some of her homestead neighs iTiurniiig s Chaiting among lliemselvcs the sheep-owners at tlie meeting reached', the conclusion that 10 per innl Would be the maximum loss sustain- meetlng, �nbicb. It is e.