Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, May 10, 1913 L E T n B Bin O E DAILY Page 11 CHURCH SERVICES ANGLICAN ST. A'UGUSTIN'S CIIUilOIl Corner Second Avc. find Kighth St. Hov. Canon .Mur.-el-WrlglLt. rector, will preach both mornliiB and 'even- Ing. 11 Sunday Mhooli 3 p.m. Evensong, '.30 Holy Communion every Sunday morning ai S a.m. ST. OVl'KIAN'B CUiniCll Cor- ner Elsiuh avenue unil Eleventh atrcot Cantm MeMHton. rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday Echool and Ulblo clueaefi, 3 p.m. Bap 4 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 Holy communion at 8.30 a.m. on the firm and Uilnl Sundays, and at the 11 o'clock Eorvlco.on- the, second ami fourth Sumlaya. SI1. .MARY'S C. II. t'optmiu, ructut. Holy communion every HnmlAY at 8 a.m. Matins 11 a.m. -Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong p.m. Choral Eucharist on tho first SunOay of Ihe month at eleven o'cJock. MILADI EDITED BY "INO- PHONES S ABSOLUTELY PURE BAPTIST FIRST HAPTIST Nov. A. C. Wat pnetor, will preach ai lioth services in tho Hijou at II ft.ni. and 7.3' tlio for- eign missionnrlcfl, ivliu tho weat 'last year. They wern Miss Kinnoy, Miss MoLenimn. hi-. Murear- et McKeHar, Dr. .Vcdlllh ray, Dr. and Mrs. ''Jackj and Ur- ntnl Mrs. Dr. King Is now .ifUltntod with ot the Robert son Collpgo, Kd- cnton. A' paper was read on "Dress vor- s Missions.11 Rercreiu-i' was niiiUo1 tho'enormous tin id In conipiirifun with o meagre amounts pi von to mission- y ettorts. In tlm Ihe ueslton of ent for 'our young iipojile cnmc up nd the qiiefitlo'n wits is It tight. .Mrs. Klnp, recently of India, re- rred to tho reBB In India, not roally hc-iug so aR 10 quality and texture wurc vastly ifforenl. Reflex Influence oi Missions Miss King, of Canary, wrote a taper'on "Re'ttfx of Mls- which .Atrs. Bry'.eit, cif Kd- monton, read. The keynoto of this wjs, Is ir answered by is story oi Ihe ROD-! Samarltlau. )ur neighbor is the In imnl. Our careat neighbor the one inoai In ced. Foreign women in ludta, lost, China, or tho slave ihj frlca may be 'our nenrest neighbor, 'ho 'missionary spirit, is ttic real ounilation. of tiio clmrcli. Tlio Mor-, .ylan church has 0110 nilcsionary for' .very six niernbers. am 1 U.Q- ng for .my neighbor? Mlasion Band Airs. MathGBon, of N'auioa, gave the allowing rules for work: HavVall'chihlrcn (ill all offices. (2) Vary rolllenll. (3) Study Canadian Mission, sta- Ions: 5 (4') Study Forelpn MiesUm etaUons. Readrstorlop of inlsslouary na- ;vire; ijn bopks for hoys ar.d ng for-girls. (7) Tea'ch countries. (S) meeting vllhout scrM'ture lesson. Saturday Night Is Here Again, and we are at your service again with these Specials on Sale from 7.30 to 10 p.m. to-night NOTQUITE'ARMAXrLIXKK AS USUAL, but linns that must appeal to ;ill who study i.'comim.y. Xol only are varieties limit- ed, but quantities in inosl. lines imi also limiind, lint tho price concessions hero offered are of such an irresistible milurc that we look f or an earlj- clnarniu-o of the rnlivo lot. Children's Cute Wash Dresses worth 5 for Ton only. Children's Dutch Dressea in line Knellsh While Duck, IrLnninMl wide blue band rummil bottom, nock ami noc'x. sliort Kiutona sleeves. Some have cnrd anil tassel. Sizes 3 (o G Hesiuliir TOXIOIIT for S5c names of loaders of (9) if. pobiibl? .liavo bind support a missionary, vliu.cjn visit ts'ein. (10) Uazaar work best .for oMer EirlB. (30 raiscil 5150 list yenr.) Mrs. Bremncr mentioned the flue ..ork-ot tho I.elhbrldgo tand. shown at Ihe Ccmfcrenco here lost Ladies' Handkerchiefs 75c values 12 l-2c 'Tcu dozen Indies1 Swiss Lawn and M nil Embroidered and med Handkerchiefs. Dainty and dur- able. to Tuc Iti value f? Boys' Print Shirt Waists 49c A few bailments In Boys' ratternwl nnd fast color rjrlnt Hiid chambrny Slilrt Waists; delnchaWe Inunilerlvil Collars and Cuffs. Sizes 11 lo 1814. TONIGHT A ft- Boys'B.C. Bluchers Just Iwemy iiaiis, Roys CM Riuchcr style boots, soles are sewn nnd gti-irndicpd nil Joa'.liur. 1 lo 5. S3.M values' for Girls' Shoes 95c Two dozen pairs only, Olrla' alzeflr 8, r.'. and 10, Gnn Mec.nl Instep Strap Shoes, spring heels, sown eolea. Sl.Tr. valnea, TOXK111T for Flower Pots 95c 5c Terra Colin Flower 1'ota, 4i4 inch slr.o. comploto with saucers. TONIGHT, only, ench In the Groceries 10c FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT BEST CHOCOLATES, (Melba brand) per tb....... EXTRA .CHOICE APPLES, Ripe and Sound. 6tba. for E5c The Bay Stores Mrs. 'A.' R. Huriiribries, I.eth- pridgc. Discussion... Election, of officers. Noontide' prayer. Adjourn- ment. Afternoon. Tlie G, R. 10. lo the n. Of hold their regular 'meeting [ominy evening in the Oddfellows' all. All members o! the order arc educated to be present. year. Mrs. Ksler, Edmonton, will bo glad lo give aw suggestions on this tt-ork to nuy who write.. Religion in Schools Dr. King gave nn address on "Re- ligious Training of the Young In In- -aUely in tho province of Me- religious Instruction in any creed Is allowed a certain, part or oach day and In the colleges one hour each morning is given to Uible study. The child In India receives much bet- ter nilile training Ibnn the Camilla liilil and coulii compete ivilh success ver Canadian children In a Bibliacl jxamlnaltal. Sometliing should oe _.. Symiiosium. Mrs. .C. Mc- Kinney. Question bos, conductrd lir Mrs. l.aJIancc. L'nlinishcd business. o.OO- I-'inal ndinurnmcnt. C'rusatie Hymn. S.lS-Ma.trtm'a .Mcrtai Cunlcst. Mu- sic. Collection taken. IlclcEates will please register on arrival. Delegates will kindly be in their .accs promptly nt beginning. of each session. AH women interested arc cordially nvitcd to attend all .sessions. other's Day is to he fittingly cete- rated In AVfiBlmlnlsLer Sunday school omorroH-. A large number of invi- attonB wera sent to tho mothers of tie children reurcBented in tlie scliQol nd on tae cradle roll, and a larse at- endnnco TB enptcled. Committees of ouns ladles have been appointed to the inhering, and tlio preaontlng f flou-era, and it Is expected that ach mother present willl rocelvo a arnation, driglit musical exorcises TO being for, and the chief Is-to bo delivered by Mr. A- J. rving, Btcreinry of the Y.ll.C.A, At a'meeting of tho W. F. M. S. of Knor church, yeaterday afternoon, Mrs. A. J, Irving, who" V.PRB a tif gate to tho Womnn's Conference'at ynod In Kdmonton. on April gave a comprehensive and Interesting report of that mealing. Kxtrnctfs from that rsport The meeting "was presided over, by Mrs. Mflnson, president, with Sin, McGongan as secretary. A clever paper on Woman's work rcr.a by Mrs. P. Edmonton. Tlio tallon-lng otTiceifi were electee! 'or tho ensuing year, tho convention lo be held next year in Calgary. :'._. Rowc, Calgary." O 1st Mansoh, mcnton. 2nri McClure, Lath bridge. v Mre. Malcolm, Modlcfni Hat. Cal lour a day for such instruction, but t is noL often used. W. C, T. U. INSTITUTE The.' program ior the C, T. PslilntOr which convenes in lltis city >n Thuisilay an-1 Friday, May lath ,nfl 16th, ia as follows Thursday Morning service. .onu aliont Bible study In our tcbonls. ?he Huthenlan olilld here gets It lint lot our own Canadian children. berta BChoul allows one The hall Blue Ribbon aillS. T.A MANGK For twerily llrs. La Mancc, Stale Evangelist ol tbo Missouri C. T. IK, who Is to be one of tho chief speakers at the w. C. T. U. InstUuto1 here on May 15th anil ICtb, editor' and" has wntlcn much on Moral, religious and his- torical subjects; One story of hers was pronounced by one' of the New Yurk- magazines "The best o! Hie and' another oic won the'Na- tiotial prlro. In 1006 she entered the lecture field under' tho auspices ot the IV. C. T. U., and has been ously in the work over since. She has spoken in church, opera house, college anrf olmpel in the on tbu street, in tents, tnbcr- naelo and air dmnc, I on a whUlte.y barrel and from a -farmer's wagon, in jail, penitentiary and ICRislative halls, caljoose, depot, lumber cnmp, COFFEE and BAKING POWDER In every instance where you use Blue nHitiou EooJs you'savo money. They to (urther and sa cost less tlian nny other. Order a can ot Illuo KlblloD Coffee and BaMlriB Poivder wien next In your gro- cers. The result is to iilease. Sold with 1 money back guarantee. JO ot committees mining camp, tnctofcjr and r; and" report ut Executive committee. shops, moving piclujre.shows aud puh- n few of Mrs. l.a to visiting dele- He Paper, tu tbe .Ijocal kits. Keiit, Meilicir.r. Hat. Afternoon Devotfonal exercises, Hnw Island. I The fgllartu'ip "How to Secure Su- the presp-VnoUccs abput Sirs. Jinnee Tho (IpKctj'.'and poetic editor, of the ol Xowburg, gives this unique u-ritc-np o! Fourth oi -July oration ten minnlcs, in which it was plain to he seen ihai biiu could not only write eloquently, hut could talk as well- Ilei: discourse was a practical talk, replete with hard sense. Mrs. l.a JIanco.is .is one ot tlio ablest women in the work. She hore out her reputation in her Stdalfa Capital. I wish to comtnend you ujion the plendid work you are doing. 1 hear ill in. different I am greatly u-ith your comprehensive William H. Wallace, President ot the Constitutional Amendment Association of Missouri. CATTLE MARKET STRONGER Liverpool, May 10, .TobD Rofferi company, cable tliat there has been firmer trade In cattle and prices ahow an advance, frlsti ulcers being now quoted at 15 to 16 ccniu yur "Our Responsibility at ,-Umt "place "Never before in the fos the Training of'the Young I'eo-. nfstory of this grand commonwealth pie in Our Mias Car-; lias such an tncomparahlc spring ot son, Whitla. Rparknng.iJilyctlonEWrt eloquence ;Purity Work in Our PuhUc Mrs. Dur.sworth, rst 'of fowly woman, that wh'lch' thrilled -the immortal souls nod permeatcfl the very beings good reports from you parts of stale. r pleased of (he. gathered multitude as they stood wirap't In. nrea'thlcss silrnco le- r.eatli thq .zephyr-Wss'cd cf the stalwart of the lorcst, solo. of Local Unions. f Evening address liy conventions. the backs of the Little Pinej-. To Speaker, Mrs. Cora LaMancc, of Mis-, say that the lady is a gifted speak- Eouri. Musical program. Collection [cr, is UutMn very mild taken. Friday Morning txcrcises, Mrs. Murray, Carmangay. 10.15 Pnper, "Patlianitntary CHEERED FOR DAD Madrid, May 'Victoria ooV her children to a cinematograph xbiliition of pictures taken during King visit to Paris. The omig princes and princesses readily their lather in the pic- ures and applauded him loudly. pubniH lo a hatdtohe ia to wills eRcrgy, time and comfort, '1 To Hop it atdr.ca ilfnply NA-DRU-CO Headache Waters Yqur.Dnjjglit will confirm (hat they do'noi contain tnyfhlae ihai hjjarf 25c, A box.. NATIONAL terms. To say she is a'pleasfng talk- er', is but re-expressing the sentiment of evciycne has -had the urc Tfce irrirfut- mannci" in. she backs jip her and; the ie-, markaiile which she brings ojit, paints indeed a person" to tho dritfrlo ol the brdlnqry speaker. A splondii! lecture was given by Mrs. H was' ex- cellent address ntid- enthustd nil who heard. (Ind.) Sur.. S. spohe but] Candid Confaiaion 'When 1 wna a young said Farmer Com t ousel, "they didn't dance turkey trots and tangos." I suppose you feel auperlor on that Dunno'a I do; danced all toe lances they only reason wa didn't do trofji an' tangos was thai we n't thought ol Star. An Nnusua) Look 'Do you think this new photograph of mother looks like bar, ask ed the daughter. "No, I replied the fnthcr. "What do you suppose ts the mattei with' "Why, I suppose (be man told youi mother to look plep.snnt and she UTIS trfying to do Statesman IS A SIMPLE NATURAL FOOD. A daily cup of Bovril is very valuable uring sprmjr. It supplies energy aud power to digest aud assimilate food.. Bovril makes ricti red blood.