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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald. Saturday, May 1JIM. Edited by Phone 1052 is the most I that you can buy, 1 LBir will make a cup J'of cocoa rich, fragrant, the delicious flavor that is characteristic of Cowan's. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL THC COWAN CO. TORONTO 132 Why Call People Cranks 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 absomely no snoise, no splutter, no smell of sulphur, are quick and safe. All good dealers keep them, also EDDY'S PAILS, TUBS, WASHBOARDS, TOILET PAPERS, ETC. Hull, Canada E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1851 Superintendent 'and Mrs. J. 0. announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Margaret Dixie, to Mr. 11. Seatle of this city. The wed- ding will be celebrated about the middle of June. During the week everything has been exceptionally quiet in social cir cles and will continue so until after the funeral of the late King. SUFFOCATED TO DEATH Yesterday afternoon about 2 o'clock there occurred at Noble the death of C. Mr. McKvnzie under- took to li.v up an old well, and let- ling hiuisi'H down within its dark in- terior a long rope, he proceeded to wort: Before he fully realized his position he found himself being over- come with gas thai was present in at the bottom. Making desperate efforts he tried to pull himself out, crying loudly in the meant lute. His cries attracted atten- tion and help came on the scene. The asphyxiated man was hauled to the top, but his life was beyorid recovery and he succumbed a few minutes later. Miss Rolston, of Cranbrook, arriv- ed yesterday to assist Miss Robinson in her district nursing duties. Miss Kolwn will reside at the nursing mis- Newspapers Submit A Schedule Free Offer Saturday Night Between 7 10 m, ONLY A PAIR OF St. Monica's Guild tea and pantry sale held in Hit Parish hall yesterday (Continued from front Necessarily complicated as such schedule it is impossible to briefly de anernoon had an extensive cdbe [eatureS( but it is a aoliw and little wonder, when one feasted! faefc CQurSe of u their eyes upon the well and attract- explanatioil Assistant Chainnai ively stocked food table, wliere the most perfect cakes, bread, rolls and tempting preserves were displayed. f FAIRMONT D'Arcy Scott interjected "If you can get a stable principle to deal with these rates you are do- .Mrs. Sharrnan and Miss Blagburn were j well" in charge of tht pantry sale, and the j One other feature of the riower-decked tea tables were presid- sittL was the dcchiratjon by Mr.' "Walk-Over Shocks" FREE To the first 25 men or women purchasing a suit or costume, at Southard's GREAT Hurry Out Sale Good Medicine Means pure drugs of full strength with absolutely cor- rect quantities correctly put together. lou set. 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 ed over by Mesdames JlcCtillough, Simpson and Robinson assited by Miss Audrey Xeale. Sixty guests enjoyed the Kitchen Social given by the Y. W. C. T. U. last evening in the lecture rooms of church. Everyone came trm- ed with a piece of kitchen ware 'or a casii donation, pans of every descrip- tion were contributed, and also a very beautiful mission clock, will probably find its way into ihe reception room of the new residence instead of the kitchen. The cash of- ferings amounted to 110.25 and niU! be used to purchase necessary arilc- jles ilia: were not donated. I Mrs. Rodgers and Mrs. Gay were the evening's gracious hostesses and were ably assisted by Misses Beattv that the C.P.R. -did not pro- pose to absorb any longer the cost of bringing the C.P.R. service from Buffalo or Montreal to Winnipeg, in other words that papers served by the C.P.R. must bear their burden of assembling that service in Winnipeg in the same way that papers served hv the W.A.P. did. i The Final Touch 'jrniture Repairing and Gen- era] Jobbing In rear ot 918 Ford Street. Phone 610. JOHN CRAIG. Repairs at the home promptly attended to. to the costume Is a. trim, well-ket shoe. PACKARD'S Ladies' Special Black Drtssbf 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 i t beautiful and durable. 2Sc i tfl Infers'. Their" sc Packard Dress- ing to nil leather. L. Lfadurt i they i Taylor and Gibson. "the genial chairman of the even- ling was Rev. T. P. Perry. The lirst j amusement offered was a proverb con- jresi which sharpened and sadly taxed ieveryone's wits. The prize, a book, jl'or finishing the greatest number, of i proverbs correctly was awarded to -Miss U'att. A new guesing game, "A Floral furnished much mer- jriment. and the gift for the correct answers was awarded Mrs. Mc- Llenaghan. A shore but entertaining programme was given, those assisting were Mrs. Gay, Mrs. Nelson. Ho.vard Gay and Master Clifford After the programme refreshments served in the Y. M. C. rooms. Suggestive Questions on the SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON By Rev. D. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. .vere evening of the same, day a solemn ser- vice on behalf of King George V. Westminster G. Heighes of Coaldale, win preach at the morning service. In ihe evening the pasror will preach on "The and if so, why? Communion Hymn" and the regular quarterly Sacremental service will be May 22, 1910 The Death of John the Matt. Golden that is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he that ruieth his spirit, than he thai takech a city. Prov. verse was Herod the te- trarch'J To what extent is the "fame" or the sayings, or the indirect influence a good man instrumental in doing good, as compared with his direct influence? Can you recall one or more cases or conversion through words repeated second hand? What has the "fame" of Jesus ac- complished? Verse it a fact that bad men dread the company of aggressive good1 Special Free Offer Sutunlay Night Between 7 10 p. in. OXLY A PAIR OF 'Walk-Over Shoes To the first 25 men 01 women purchasing a suit or cost nine, at Southard's GREAT Saturday Specials SHOWROOMS 324 CRABB STREET Hurry Out Sale CARPETS BY THE YARD Usual prices from 50c to.OOc reduced to 30ctoGOc 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 815? 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 75c RUGS a bargain, 3x6, red. to Wool Fibre" 3x6, red to 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 vvill be sorry when you find the sale over. held. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 o'clock. Rev. A. A. Lytle will Verses much good or harm did John accomplish by reprov- ing Herod of Ms sin? preach in the morning at White's ap-j What can you say for, or against, pointmem. I proposition, that it would have CHURCH SERVICES St. (Anglican) Holy Communion at 8.30 a.m. Morning prayer with sermon 11 a.m. School 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 (Anfllican) North School at 3 p.m. Choral evensong at 7.30 p.m. Also on Wednesdays and Fridays at 8'o'clock. Wesley pastor, Rev. T. P. Pciry, will preach at both services. His morning subject will be "A Door Opened to and evening subject, ''Helping 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 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 ftineral day of the tale King, ;u o'clock, in the St. Andrews North are held in the Bailey street school. Morning service at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Evening service at 7.30 W. W. Bry- den, minister. Christian are held in the K. of P. hall, Sunday at 11 a.m. Subject: "Mortals and Immortals." Golden Text: Know ye not, that to whom yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness? Salvation services 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. First Baptist A. J. Prosser, pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 p.m. Strangers welcome. E. A. Collis, wife and fsunily, arrived in Lethbridge today from Lerscester, Eng.. and propose residing in the city 1 for a few days. rears tin Standard Dr.PRICFS BUMS POWDER been, in the interests of righteousness if John had kept his mouth closed, concerning Herod's sin? !f John could nave foreseen the re- sult, what effect would that .prob- ably have "had upon the act which cost him his life? 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 ban good? What can be said for, or against, a man who marries the wife of his iving .brother? What is the moral, or spiritual; dif- ference in marrying the wife of a living -man with, or without, a di- DUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING VACUUM PROCESS. Phone 1115 Box 687 The provincial license commissioners sat in the Oddfellows Hall this morn- ing and received applications tor li- quor licenses for the year from the hotel men in the city; and district. After considering them for an hour and a half and hearing arguments by lawyers for and against the; granting of a license to Macdonald, of Carman- gay, they adjourned and will give their decisions this afternoon. Specify the good that John accom- plished through his death, and what Farm Lands in the famous Cnrirumo-av and Clevervillo districts. 75 feet on Round Street at fo days only. a Money to Loan at 8 per r 3 The National Land Co. Suite 4, Hill Block, Suite 2. Grange Block, Lethbridge Carmangav Walter Jordan, superintendent of the Herald Job department, and Mrs. Jordan, returned night from a thirty days' holiday on Mr. Jordan's fruit ranch at Robson, B.C. They hari a most enjoyable time. had he lived? 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 or these events, would God ajndge Her- od guilty of murder? Verses and social functions create mental and nervous excitement, and inspire desires akin to the common sentiment of 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 this woman. Hjerodlas, reach this deepest hell of cruelty and revenge, of demanding the head of John to be brought to her In a platter? TAILORING The more tailoring tliat we do that is exactly more nrc likely to do. The fame of a good reputation spreads. We can not jiffcml to let a suit, overcoat or pair of trousers go out of our shop unless they nre perfectly satisfactory. We're no! high-priood tailors and neither are we "cheap tailors." We're artistic at JUST RIGHT PRICES Drop in any day and talk tailoring with us. It's our business to "know." and we do know. Suits ami to Trousers............ to Any garment that leaves this establishment must, satisfy us as well as our customer. The Lethbridge Tailoring Co. B, McKAY, Manager. Agents for Artistic Tailors who use the Union Label. 1 and 2 Whitney Block, Rsdpath Street. phcr.s 317 ;