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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LathbrMge Daily Hendd. Saturday, May 14th, Edited by 1052 if the moct you can buy. will make a cup fragrant, nutritious economical that Half a teaspoonful Qocoa rich, the delicious SOCIAL AND PERSONAL flavor that is characteristic of Cowan's. Superintendent and Mrs. J. O. Wilson announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Margaret Dixie, Mr. R. Seatle of this city. The wed- ding will be celebrated about the middle of June. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TOMONTO. 132 week everything SUFFOCATED TO DEATH Why Call People Who are exacting. They usually know goods of quality and insist on having them. There are none so hard to please but will be satisfied with EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES They are the most perfect made. They make absoutely no >noise, no splutter, no smell of sulphur, are quick and safe. All good dealers keep them, also EDDY'S PAILS, TUBS, WASHBOARDS, TOILET PAPERS, ETC. E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada ESTABLISHED 1851 Yesterday afternoon about 2 o'clock there occurred at Noble the death o[ C. McKeux.ie. Mr. McKtMizie under- took to up an old well, and let- ting himself down within its dark in- terior with' a long rope, he proceeded to work. Before he fully realized his position lie found himself beiug over- come with gas that was present in poisonous volumes at the bottom. Making desperate efforts he tried to pull himself out, crying loudly in the meantime. His cries attracted atten- tion and help came on the scene. The asphyxiated man was hauled to the top, hut his life was beyond recovery been exceptionally quiet in socia? clr- and he succumbed a few minutes Durin Free Offer Saturday Between 7 10 p. m, ONLY A PAIR OE "Walk-Over Shoes" FREE To the first 25 men or t women purchasing a suit or costume, at Southard's cles and will continue so until after the funeral of the late King. Miss Holstou, of Cranbrook, arriv- ed yesterday to assist Miss Robinson in her district nursing duties. Miss Kolton will reside at the nursing mis- sion. St. Monica's Guild tea and pantry sale held in tht Parish hall yesterday afternoon had an extensive patronage, and little wonder, when one feasted their eyes upon the well and attract- ively stocked food table, where the most perfect cakes, bread, rolls and tempting preserves were displayed. Mrs. Sharmar. and Miss Blagburn were in charge of tht pantry sale, and the ilower-deeked tea tables were presid- ed over .by Mesdames McCullough, Simpson and Robinson assited by Miss Audrey Neale. later. (Continued from front Good Medicine Means pure drugs of full strength with absolutely cor- rect quantities correctly put together. lou get all these in every prescription filled at the People's Drug Store 238 Westminster Road w.P.J.Alexander Prescription Expert Phone 445 Night Bell NIGHT OR DAY GREAT Hurry Out Sale 'jrniture Repairing and Gen- eral Jobbing In rear o: 918 Ford Street. Phone 610. JOHN CRAIG, Repairs ?t the borne promptly attended to. The Final Touch to the costume is a. trim, well-kept shoe. Laiies' Special Black Drmof can be quickly and daintily applied, and Is self-polishing. Makes all fine leathers new in appearance. The large proportion of oil preserves the leather, making it beautiful and durable. 2Sc bttit-it IK Mm'. There's a Packard Dress- ing to suit every leather. Sixty guests enjoyed the Kitchen Social given by the Y. W. C. T. U. last evening in the lecture rooms of Wesley church. Everyone came trm- ed with a piece of kitchen ware or a cash donation, pans of every descrip- tion were contributed, and also a very -beautiful mission clock, which will probably find its way into reception room of the new residence instead of the kitchen. The cash of- ferings amounted to and will be used to purchase necessary artic- les that were not donated. .Mrs. Rodgers and Mrs. Gay were the evening's gracious 'hostesses and they were ably assisted by Misses Taylor and Gibson. The genial chairman of the even- ing was Rev. T. P. Perry. The lirst i amusement offered was a proverb con- j test which sharpened and sadly taxed J everyone's wits. The prize, a oook, for finishing the greatest number, of proverbs correctly was awarded to Miss Watt. A new guesing game, "A Floral furnished much mer- riment, and the gift for the correct answers was awarded Mrs. Mc- Ulenaghan. A short but entertaining programme was given, those assisting were Mrs. Gay, Mrs. Nelson, Howard Gay and Master Clifford Bunt. After die programme refreshments served in the Y. M. C. rooms. Necessarily complicated as such schedule it is impossible to briefly de- scribe its features, hut it is a notice- able fact that in iiie course of its> explanation Assistant Chairman D'Arcy Scott interjected "If you can get a stable principle to deal with rates you are do- ing well One other noticeable feature of the sitting was the declaration by Mr Beatty that the C.P.R. did not pro- pose to absorb any longer the cos of bringing the C.P.R. service from Buffalo or Montreal to Winnipeg, in other words that papers served the C.P.R. must bear their burden o assembling that service in Winnipeg in the same way that papers served by the W.A.P. did. .vere Suggestive Questions on the SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON By Rev. D. Linsoott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. FAIRMONT It's a Winner evening of the same day a solemn ser- vice on behalf of King George V. Westminster G. Heighes of Coaldale, will preach at the morning service. In the evening the pastor will preach on Communion. Hymn" and the regular quarterly Sacremental service will be held. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock. Rev. A. A. Lytle will preach in the morning at White's ap- pointment. St. Andrews North are held in the Bailey street school. Morning service at 11 a.m. School at 3 p.m. W. W. Bry- Evening service at 7.30 den, minister. Christian are held in the K. of P. hall, Sunday at 11 a.m. j Subject: "Mortals and Immortals." cost nim his I5fe- May 22, 1910 The Death of John the Matt. Golden that is slow anger is better than the mighty, an he Tihac. ruleth his spirit, tnan a that taketh a city. Prov. verse was Herod the t trarch'.' To what extent is the "fame" o the sayings, or the indirect inttuenc a good man instrumental in doing good, as compared -with his direct influence? Can you recall oiie or more cases of conversion through words repeated second hand? j What has the "fame" of Jesus ac-j complished? Verse it a fact that bad men dread the company of aggressive good j men and if so. why? Verses much good or harm did John accomplish by reprov- ing Herod of his What can you say for, or against, the proposition, that it would have been in the interests of righteousness if John had kept his mouth closed, concerning Herod's sin? Special Free Offer Saturday Night Between 7 10 p. 111. ONLY A PAIR OF "Walk-Over Shoes FREE To the first 25 men or women puri'hasing a suit or costume, at Southard's Saturday Specials Standard Furniture Company SHOWROOMS 324 CRABB STREET GREAT Hurry Out Sale CARPETS BY THE YARD Usual prices from 50c to ,90c reduced to aoctoooc WOOLEN WARPS 3x3. usual price reduced to 3x3 1-2, usual price reduced to 3x4, usual price reduced to 3 1-2x4, usual price reduced to TAPESTRY SQUARES 3x3 usual pri. to red. to 3x3 1-2, price to red. JUTE. 6x9, usual price reduced to 1 1-2x3, usual price reduced to 2x4, usual price reduced to 3x6, usual price reduced to Mats Japanese Stencilled. red. to 75e RUGS a bargain, 3x6, red. to Wool Fibre77 3x6, red to "Sheratan." splendid value.. 3x6, red. "Smyrna" reversible. 30x60, red. "Star" composition., 26x60, red. to This is a splendid opportunity to buy your rugs, better not let it slip or else you will be sorry when jrou find the sale over. 95c .75 If John could nave foreseen the re- sult, what effect would that .prob- have had upon the act CHURCH SERVICES Augustin's (Anglican) Holy Communion at 8.30 a.m. prayer with sermon 11 a.m. Morning Sunday at 3 p.m. Evening prayer with sermon at 7.30 p.m. Holy communion at 11 o'clock service on the first Sun- day of each month. Rev. J. E. Mur- rell-Wright, M. A., Rector. Church of St. Mary (Anglican) North School at 3 p.m. Choral evensong at 7.30 p.m. Also on Wednesdays and Fridays at i I o'clock. pastor, Rev. T. P. Pciry, will preach at both services. His morning subject will be "A Door Opened to and evening subject, the beginners.' St. Cyprian's Communion at 8.30 a.m. and again at 11 a.m. Sunday School and adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Public Baptism at 4 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. Rev. W. V. McMillan, Rector. St. Patrick's (Roman Low mass at 8 a.m. with communion. Children's mass at 9.30 a.m. High mass at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Evening service at 7.30 p.m. The C. T. U. meet every first and third Sunday at 4 p.m. in the base- ment of the convent. The Ladies Al- tar Society meets every second Sun- day of the month at 4 o'clock in the convent. By order of Bishop Legal, a solemn .service will be held In the church on Friday next, the funeral day of the late King, at a o'clock. In the Golden Text: Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness? Salvation sen-ices will be held -tomorrow at the Citadel. Round Street. In the evening the service will be memorial to the late King Edward. Previous to the meet- ing there wil be a slow March to the Hall, the Army band playing the dead march. Firtt Baptiit A. J. Prosser. pastor. Preaching at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 p.m. Strangers welcome. RUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING VACUUM PROCESS. Phone 1115 Box 687 E. A. Collis, wife and family, arriTed in Lethbridge today from Leracester, Eng., and propose residing in the city for a few days. rears the Standard Dr.PRCFS BUWG POWER Should a good man always reprove a bad man for his sins, and, if not, what rule should he adopt in the matter of reproof? When does reproof do 'more harm than good? What can be said for, or against, a man who marries the wife of his living .brother? 'What is the moral, or spirtttiai; dif- ference in marrying the wife of a living man with, or without, a di- vorce? Specify the good that John accom- plished through his death, and what he would probably have accomplished had he lived? j verse what extent does the moral sentiment of a community keep men from outward sin? Does the moral sentiment of a com- munity have a healthful effect, and is a man whose conduct is governed by public sentiment a truly good man? At what stage, in the progress of these events, would God ajudge Her- od guilty of murder? Verses and social functions create mental and nervous excitement, and Inspire desires akin to the common sentiment or the ga- thering. Now. in such a case, is it safe to commit ourselves to any course of action, until we have got back to our normal condition, and why? What influences Induced Herod make this rash promise to this girl? Examine by experience, or other- wise, the ballad dance, the so-called round dance, and the square dance, aYid specify their moral tendencies? Verses what process did