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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May THE HERALD Page 13. EDITED Office Residence Standard Article READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY MADE IN For molting old pulni. nod fur runny ntbrr uiiri liOpouutij. SAL SODA. nks, cUMiel ix-H. A -011 are worth believe, but it is necessary to believe sion fee ami Miss Jones all we sa-v. the admis- and her group of girls have been heartily ap- plauded. Miss Jones, as Miss Coin- Let "cur be: an aeroplane and j ir.qdore, sings a merry ditty in a earth j niost pleasing manner. Miss Ada Wrijjht and Mr. Drake in their duett rise above -the sordidness of occasional! v. May pay of post- office department employees-- was the chief subject of discussion in the Mrs. R.. J. Gordon .and children, explanations, of' the new Copyright .been spending .'the' winterc'in Act. Salt Lake 'City, and the past two j Mr. Fielding introduced a bill-to xvitlr Mrs. Gordon's "sister in. tend the charters of the banks which returned home yesterday, expire at the end of. every ten years, for one year, which is taken to mean Nan Mouiton, who is a clever that the new Banking Act will riot be ma.azine story writer, is "Louisiana Lou" are simply great and are repeatedly encored. The last- act, ..the 'Transformation Scene, is beautiful. CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1911 AT THE Corner llth Street and 4th Avenue South A white carnation in memory of a deceased mother A colored carnation in memory of a living mother discussed at the present session. in the city today gathering material for an article which will appear in i I the Canadian Courier. Miss Moulton BOARD OF TRADE'S is a guest at the Lethbridge hotel. VERY GOOD IDEA First Church of Christ Services 11.00 a.m. and 7.30 pm Sub- i Children's masses at S a.m. Mass at a. m. High Mass at 11 a. m. Sunday school at three o'clock. Even- at ing service at The Catholic Tern and Immortals." Testi- g every Wednesday 8.00 p.m. Reading Room is open to the public every day from 3.00 to 5.00 p.m., except Sunday. Everyone is cordially invited Readin in 'order to reap all the possible .House yesterday. Hon. R. Lemieux, j benefit to be derived, from the full- postmaster-general, said that he page advertisement which the Board brought the matter up'at the earn-' Trade have put in the Empire num est members on both sides of the .House. He promised to ;brmg in legislation .to do away with; Old Country people in-this district, the system, of paying employees out of the revenues of the office. la response to a plea Profitable one to tne city and from Alex Haggart, of Winnipeg for ituct higher'pay for western Mrs. R. V. Maynard at her home, 3H 6th Are., A., South, will give a j School at 12.10. tea far the benefit of St. Mary's Mis- i to attend services, or visit Room at any time. Sunday sion church, North Lethbridge, .on St. Paul's First serv bt'r of the London Daily Times, Sec- retary Mauwaring has sent out about 500 copies of the following letter to Country people in- this dist post- i The idea is a good one and will do nuich to make this advertisement a dis- the progression of St. Mary's Parish will be most welcome. Til6re will be no services Simday the pastor will preach at Warner. Following the Knox church jtJible study on Tuesday evening. Cat- choir echism class Wednesday, 4.50 p.m. concert on Monday'evening the mem- bers of the choir will be the guests Baptist Church W.A. at a banquet tendered them, by Board of Managers and Ladies' the Levitt, acting pastor, will conduct both AidUervic.es tomorrow. At the evening I Society of the" church. The seryifle Mr, Levitt wm preach a special :i.- M -..._" t.i'.v sermon -The of Character." The perance Union meets on the First Sun- day of the month in the convent ;at 4 jx m. Ladies' Altar Society meets on the second Sunday of the raonth at 4 p. m. Young Ladies' Sodality meets on the last Sunday of the month at 4 p. m. St. Augustin's Church of Corner 8th street and 2nd avenue. Holy Communion S a.in.; Matins 11 a.ra.-; Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday) .11 a.m.; Sunday School 3p.rn.; Even- song COAL HANDLED AT CORDOVA Promised Demonstration Against Foreign Fuel Didn't Materialize Cordova, Alaska, May 7.30; Wednesday Evening 8. steamer Edith, loaded with tons Rev" J.E. Murrell-Wrlght; the rectory, of Canadian coal, arrived from Kan- 212 Eighth street south. jaimo, B.C., last night and was berthed [without any demonstration made German Evangelical Lutheran Ser- by the large mob of citizens -mho -were employees i Lethbridge will have a very fcc given at the Alexandra hotel and representatives from botht the Aid Societv and Board will act as 'than lor those in'the east, -Mr. .Le-jing illustrated full-page advertisement 'mieux said there akeady was provi-j in the Empire Number of'the-London, sion to pay western employees of the j England, Daily Times, which will be Department frorii to a year j issued on Wednesday, May 24. You, more than-those hoi ding you will, can-very materially as- ,tions He was agreeable hist in the object of this advertise- ___ ___________ to the suggestion to railway i ment being attained. The way for you unless some out of the hosts and hostesses. Have you seen it 1 Yes "it" is the Harem skirt and has arrived in town sermon Value of members are urgently requested to attend. -Bible class conducted. by MivBunlop at 12.15. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock. room 2.30, West minister Road. Christians meet to re- i member the Lord, at 11 a. m. and 7.30 alsoito ao tms IS very simple and gets -t and tafojs it "Cached. one- froffl bsfore the WCather clears up j n-3.il clerks with uniforms and suggested that 'Canada should more mail i cent starc.ps Send .postcards cars. or or .Relatives I.OIC. r IS1IC1. Ol'UiC, CH1U 10 11VJU JlCt been -anticipated ask -pare in wit :Fisher-made some in- crease -i.hitjie' demand for Everyone wants it. Once tried "it is used ;Buy it from your sta- .lioner. RELIANCE INK-CO., LTD. vvill ou fin Send; or a such postcards and :send them today, so that they -will destination on or about May 2ith. STARLAND. 'Space, forbids, very much description .weelr-end change of programme so the women of Lethbridge can have j Church of of an opportunity to.-see. it. This, won- j (disciples of Christ) meet at the La- article Kail 7th St. S. at 11 a.m., for much' Reakiag bread, and gospel will be display ed-j Breached.' invited in the window of ,.Bay m St. Mary's Church ana is not near so shocking as en SL g Holy aild doesn-tcom! Eucharist at %-SO. Matins at 11 o'- pare in ugliness with the tight hob-. Children's service at 3 o'clock. blc skirts that have Been so in' vogue. I Choral Evensong at 7.30. "The. skirt is made pi navy blue serge and the long front panel is trimmed with inch-wide black military braid and buttons, but then, T not go- ing to tell you any more, for you must go and look at it yourselves. The first semi-annual "ball given hy St. Andrew's Church (Presbyter- ian W. W. Bryden, pastor. Pub- lic., worship at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Suhday School made welcome. at 9.4o am. Visitors at the above popular ai the Retail Clerks' Protective Asso- i Morning subject "After the Vision, the glance.at the ad in this issue.wili con-j cialion in the Knights of Pythias i Divine Commission." In the-evening, everyone of the high-class' pro-j Hall last evenin dUC'lorss fn h0 shmvn TT1..! i u i i j--------------------- unusual uriJhance one hundred. nnea, tae leading feature, is.a .beau- Leroy Coons, of Great Falls, form- erly of Hatch and Coons of this city, is in the city for a few days looking alter his interests in Southern Alberta -Mr. Coons is .delighted with the crop conditions in this part of the country and looks to see the biggest crop in the- history of -the district. Down was an event ofJMr. Perry will preach a sermon suit-j around Great Falls the conditions, he Wesley pastor. Rev. T. P.. Perry, will preach ,at each service. vices will be held at the residence of on tne wnarf to-greet the collier. Kev. o. A. Groth, 710 16th St. N. Morn- !-Vlany threats had' been; made that a ing services at- 10.30. at 2 o'clock. German speaKag popu-i Sunday School demonstration similar to that .of last week would occur when.... the. .Edifih. ar- lace cordially invited. St. Cyprian's of Eighth avenue and Eleventh street south. Services: Morning prayer at 11 a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. -Sunday School and Adult Bible Class. 3 p.m. Holy baptism, 4 p.m. Holy commun- ion, 1st and'3rd Sundays at S.30 a.m., 2nd and 4th at 11 o'clock service.! rlved with the foreign fuel. The, au- thorities, however, posted a 'large num- ber of deputies at, the wharf and an- nounced that any riotous conduct would he met witih immediate "arrest of all disturbers. Brotherhood of St. Andrew's The city surveyors are husy laving out the walks for the Gait Park, meets !-This wil1 be OTe of the pieces of every Tuesday evening in the vestry U'ork undertaken when the bylaws are 'passed and the money assured. The at 8 p.m. W. V. McMillen, rector, ad- dress, 650 Sixth St. South. IS PLEASED WITH remainder of the park will then be seeded; but no tree planting will he done till nest j-ear. James Wallace, a .resident of. BeMe-; ville for forty years, is dead, aged 56. Vincent Abel, aged 6, was drowned j while fishing in a creek at Dun ville. tiful. story of tlie.civil war. also a sequel to the picture Istibwn'vhere on Monday, with .which 'everyone was satisfied: On Mon- and forty members and friends-danced .to tlie alluring strains discoursed by; the Needham orchestra-in the gaily deck- ed hall. A number of pretty -new.! to the observation of Mothers' says, are just as good. able' Day. Sunday School classes at p.-rn. ind Adult Bible j After receiving the I of the Herald on the jongratt; success of his Knox Church (Presbyterian) jday and Tuesday of next week, another j gowns were worn and the patronesses j feature will be shown, antl stewards were indefatigable in an "'.'exceptionally I introducing strangers and endeavor- fine production, a very-ring-, to extend cordial hospitality. At sensational fight between and a United States man of., midnight a delicious supper ed at the Alexandra hotel. The pat- ronesses, Mesdames Barclay, 'Mackie, When a man can't a j ]viisses simra, Murray, Nevin, -Mull- 1 two-storey house'his, wife; calls it a Manitoba, j bungalow. en and Kennedy, and the stewards, Messrs. Hughes, Mclvlorran, Shoycr, Rhodes, Jar vis, Brown, Taylor and ALL REFRIGERATORS ARE NOT ALIKE. YOU WANT TO GET "THE RIGHT THE KIND THAT INSURES PROPER OVR WILL KEEP YOUR FOODS FjtESH AND PREVENT VEGETABLE ODORS FROM MAK- ING YOUR BUTTER AND TASTE." WE SELL ONLY THE BEST IN HARDWARE. w Co. yon lire out of town, write us." Have you seen and heard "Queen If not, do go to the last performance at the Majestic this ev- ening, for a prettier and more catchy musical extravaganza has never be- fore been given in Lethbridge by. lo- cal talent. The costumes are beauti- ful and the scenery magnificent. The tuneful choruses, accompanied by ;an excellent orchestra, are bright well sung. Miss Davidson, the role of Princess Neyera, is .win- some and sweet, and her., songs have been appreciated.- Early in the play, last evening she was presented with an immense bouquet of carnations and I bciievc her audience appreciat- ed Uie. eourtesy nearly as much as she did. Miss Marjory Glayzer, who takes the title role, possesses the. beauty, grace and dignity of a queen and as the loving ruler of her people, has j charmed the spectators. The fairy j Godmother, Mrs. Douglas, is bewitch- ing in her snowy frock under a net o? gold tinsel, and her story to the children and sweetly sung lullaby 10 the tiny babies who so captivate the audience each evening, is very Miss Doldoras Warren as took her parts well, as did all the men of the company; Little Mi-ss Ursula Elton is a most daring j and alluring little cnpid, and the I Queen's wee page, Eva Bisset, makes a pretty picture. The drills are beyond description. the' costumes; are beautiful, and the i precision and .eracc with which they fare put through are a great credit to ihose who have drilled The' Red Public 7.30 p.m. Adult Bible classes for men and wo- Rev. A. II. Gordon, minister. at 11 a.m. and men' immediately after the morning service. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Visitors cordially welcome. Fifth Ax'enue Baptist Church, North service at 11; Sabbath school at 3 p.m.; evening service 7.30 p.m. C. B. McKinnon pas- tor. Westminster W. Jor- dan will preach in the morning, Mr. J. S. Sirom will speak in the evening. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock. campaign to make Great Falls clean and Mr. Coons stated that it was the intention -of the people there to have a permanent organiza- tion to carry on the work started this year. .Regarding the strike. Mr. Coons, said that the smelter at Great Fails which gets part of its coke supply from the Pass, is not seemingly .affected, having able to get all the coke required some place. GOOD REASONS NOT MUCH RAIN AT INDIAN HEAD Indian Head, Sask., May one-quarter-inch of rain has fallen here during Past three days. While this will be beneficial to 'the growing crop, more "moisture would 'be appre- ciated. The weather has been cloudy St.' Patrick's. (Roman Catholic) today tout no rain has fallen. For Demanding The Original Redwdy Neworo's "Herpicide abW.. .uSorr etaol taoin hrdluuu If you knew it you would not -will in'gly accept counterfeit money. Instead yo.u would probably raise a distur- bance -and seek some means of ress. Why then accept a preparation said to be "just as grood. as Xewbro's Her- Ton know it is a counterfeit an imitation of the real thing. You want the original dandruff germ des- troyer, Herptcide, and you can get it too, If you insist. Redress if always possible Jn such an instance. The; most effective method is to trade where you set what you ask for and no suggestions of- fered. With the death of the dandruff germ the hair stops falling and is permit- ted to resume its- natural growth and beauty. Such results follow the use of Newbro's Herpicide. It stops itch- ing of the scalp almost' instantly. A counterfeit article is never "just as good." Herpicide is sold guar-, anteed by all druggists. I Applications may be obtained at allj good barber shons and hair dressers. Send iQc in rrostage for sample and booklet on the of the hair to The Herpicide Co... Dept R., Detroit, Mich. J. D. Higinbotham and Co., special agents. A New and Up-to-date Shipment of Trimmed Hats has just been opened to the Ladies of the city today SPECIAL 20 PER CEp OFF On a line of HATS that 'wiil be M interest to We extend a special invitation to Ladies to call and see what money you can save and what a beautiful selections! the very latest lillmery we have in stocL Importers and Dealers- -in Fashionable Millinery FOURTH AVENUE L. A, SCOTT, Manager Madam Get The Buy your Meats and Fresh Egg a from f; Where you get only the Freshest I and Choicest" If you give V us one Qrv der it will mean pleas- ure and prp- fit for us ;