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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMST JOB PRINTING HETRAL.D lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY li LithirUjt U tbi IIUU lilt MATS SCRAPERS If you expect sunshine in your home in muddy weather equip your porch with a WIRE or COCOA MAT. Also put a FOOT SCRAPER on the door step. They are labor savers We carry a complete line. Call or phone your order to THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 Wall Paper Mouldings Plate Rails Our stock is now complete Make your own selections and save money w Store closes at 6.30, ex- cept Saturdays ff HTSON'S HBinilEf 1st floor Vest of Union Phcni 251 Agents for Underwood j Changeable Weather Generally results in health. One cannot be too. careful at times like these. A bottle of Spring's Sarsaparilla Will cure you of will prevent you being ill if you are not. Come here and let us explain it fcta Drug and Book Co, Prescription Specialists 1.1. ITO, Igr March, 1909 Has surpassed the busi- ness of any corresponding month in the history of our store. Those who hare had an interested watchfulness of the progress of this phar- macy must experience a feeling of congratulation for our continued growth They appreciate the principles that have char- acterized this business from the time that it was an insignificant factor in the drug trade of this city to the present day. when it is justly at the head of the retail drug trade of Lethbridge J, OJigintJotaSCo.ltil Family and Dispensing Chemists. Telephone 4S. Night clerk. The Store of Quality JUST RECEIVED Celery Cabbage Asparagus and Rhubarb PHONE 21 0. BRAOflEER CO. Only Union Grocery Store li City ONION SETS While they last, only 15c per lb., all Al ttock that will grow. A number of other seeds still for sale THE GOOD CO. PHONE M HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DEUVERY There was not as large a crowd as was expected or deserved by so good an entertainment at the Williams j Jubilee Singers concert Saturday evening. These favorites are getting better each year and their on Saturday even better than those of previous years. The quar- tette was more than was claimed for it. The solos were all excellent, while the choruses and Southern mel- odies .were as popular as ever. Mr, Williams is contemplating a world's tour of two years with his troupe. THE WEATHER. Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, snowing- Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, rainin Macleod, snowing Winnipeg, clear 40 38 34 44 33 60 36 32 31 42 31 32 .16 .08 .54 EVANGELISTS HAD I BUSY SUNDAY I In spire of the inclemency of the j weather very fair audiences turned [out to hear Evangelists Hatch and j Gale yesterday. Mr. Hatch took borh [services at Wesley church, morn- Fair and cool, j1G- .and Mr- preached _ and" Alberta: Showers [at Baptist Church in the morning.. in some localities in the portions but mostly fair and cool. CITY AND DISTRICT H. Whitmore accompanied by Halph Wickham left yesterday morning for Liverpool. They will sail on the Empress of Britain. Smith Bros, and Wilson se- cured the contract to build the new southern iat the in tlle alt-moon and I at Knox Church in the evening." The morning subject at the chureh was "Ye Are Ambassadors for Christ." An ambassadorship to a foreign country was used to illus- trate the mission of the Chris ian. AT ambassador must deliver the mes- sage that is given to him regardless of the consequences for which he is not responsible. He -must flv the drug store in the North Westminster Road. Don't miss seeing LeNoir's Marion- I ettes at the Eureka tonight. Wagner and Gray in their Japanese Novelty j Playlet, "Won at Last." Also two of i the finest reels of pictures ever ex- I hifaited in the city. Ward on j flag of his country and in doing so, [people to whom he is sent judge his nationality from his life. The Chris- tian life appeals to men but they think in many cases that- many Chris- tians do not believe what thoy pro- fess. The sermon was an exempli- jfication of what the Chris; un can ing to a forceful, yet very simple, ad- dress. "He's was what they said. At the evening service in Knox Church, Mr. Gale stated that he must speak plainly because he felt that there was 110 conviction of a need of a higher life among the great majority of the people of Lethbridge. He chose for his subject "Whatsoever a Man Soweth, That Shall He Also Reap." A Plain Talk He could not see how men in our city, knowing this could keep on sowing as they do. He referred par- ticularly to intemperance, impurity and indifference to the things of God. He did not find fault but said he- wished to speak as a brother. Mr. Gale made the significant re- mark that in all his experience he. never met with such indifference. He didn't find fault with psople for not coming to hear him. He wouldn't complain if people did not care for! his. addresses but the Lethbridge peo- ple as a whole were too indifferent to come. In speaking particularly of the in- fluence of woman the evangelist said that Lethbridge, or any other place was just what the women made it. "Whereever woman goes she rais- es a standard above which man has never, been known to climb. At the close of the meeting several expressed a desire for a better life. Mr. Hatch conducted both morning and. evening services at Wesley Church yesterday in his man- ner, resulting in a number evidencing a desire for salvati n and manifest- ing their intention of leading a Chris- tian life. A splendid opportunity for you at The Foot Toggery's big 12 DAY'S SALE Big Reductions On All Lines 4 Lots, corner London and Ernest cash, balance 6 and 12 months ALBERT E. IVES, Half BLOCK I E. L. Cope, of Michel, B. CU ar-ido if his life is right. rived in the city on Saturday night j Afternoon Mass Meeting to join the staff of the Woodhall- The turnout to the meeting for men Davidson Co. He is an expert fur- j only at the Lyceum in -the and tinsmith. j afternoon was a surprise. The build- j Owing to the bad weather Mrs. C. I comfortably filled and "a jH. N. Connell, Dufferin street east, great deal of interest and attention [has postponed her post-nuptial re- was ccptiuu until Friday afternoon, evening.' The evangelistic services will, be held in. the Presbyterian church every 1. evening1 this -week except Saturday I evening. The afternoon meeting -will j be held at the Baptist church from! three to four. The mission closes on. i Sunday evening next. CITY AND DISTRICT H. A. aiullin, the cattle.king of Winnipeg, is in the city. Get your seats early for Tuesday Lorch, as "Dr.. Jekyll and Mr. the Lyceum. j jiliss Henderson and Miss Cousins j left for Medicine Hat this Mrs. H. A. G. Bell, of visiting her daughter, Mrs. K. D. Joknson, of this city. Old Heidelberg" was a tremendous success in Winnipeg. It has been decided to remove the "Banana Belt" several degrees far- ther south. Col. H. J. Mackie, of Pembroke, jiaen. The city police raided two gambl- i be ing joints Sunday afternoon and ar- i rested fourteen mfin altogether who were released on bail of f220 cash, to appear for trial on Tuesday morn- ing. High class moving pictures, etc., the acts at the shown. On the platform were DvSlIiTrSS vv 11V yriuucn 3 I commercial traveller occupying one j of the three chairs. Gale is at his best -when taLkT ing a body of men. His own man- liness and-the kind reasonable and manner with wliich he deals a subject always appeals to At this meeting lie spoke about ing o! church mem- between waits. y Chinamen who were arrest- a leaf j own experience and from Scripture our individual responsibility and the realness of the religion were shown. The subject was j Consequence and The reasons why a man-is an unbeliever, are FOR SALE Lots 1- 3, Block 2 Terms caaihr balance 6 and 12 montlis. Other terms considered- List yonr property with The Southern Al- berta Loan and Investment Co. Room 8 Bryan Block The inconsistent lives of profess to know some what _ the Christian appear j life means; because of ignorance McDougali on Bible history or science. From Thursday. Colin McLeod, of personal'acquaintance with s leod, is retained for the defendants, i noted infidels the evangelist had before Magistrate Don't miss Mr. Theo. Lorch in "Oldjnever known one who was intelligent tonight at the Lyceum.f on any of-these; 3rd, from men won't believe because they do 25c-50c-75c. Win. Carter, -of Lethbridge; understand why Goddoes many iOnt., has returned to the city on his Grace of Kimball, things'that, he .does; out !way to the ranch at Milk River. were _ m marriage by of 100 are hugging some sin. Men are not Jools enough to stumble over hypocrites wjho must jRev. A. A. Lytle at the parsonage the C. P. K., has left on a visit to j hl-the "Vorth Saturday evening. G-. H. Dunn, night ticket clerk 5 Calgary. .Phone seats at the perform-jcoal' which cannot be got .because of over ance tonight of "Old byjthe bad roads from Ashcroft4 Central School is closed.'for lack of 1 be ahead of the one who stumbles The consequences of unbelief Theo. Lorch and his Company. On Saturday the city police moved into their new quarters in the rear of the new fire hall. Mr. and Mrs. William Ingram left on. Sunday morning to sail on 21st on the Empress of Britain for Liverpool. For Victoria Day, May 24th, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company announce a rate of one third for the round trip. will be on sale May 21st, 22nd., 23rd. and 24th., good to return until May 28th. 128 10 be hoisted on the morning that school utter degradation, which "will" be shown in some, way; .leads. The flag will school on the re-opens. to despair. i-A private household to satisfy the" 'sees 2I and nothing and hence leads at the' of Mr. W. F. suicide. 3rd, it leads to-utter'.ruin. ate on Courtland St., one house The cure for unbelief is that a man VOU'LL ENJOY THE GOOD BOARD you get here. It will be so sound and well seasoned, so easily worked up without waste. And no matter whether you buy a single board or a thousand, each one will be a sample of THE GOOD LUMBER WE SELL If you intend to do any building ,or repairing this season, have us supply the lumber. That will make the work easier, quicker and pleas- anter. And our prices will make it on your .pocketbook. 23, Olive Oil and Cucumber Soap 3 for lOc. This is a better soap i 't' a great many that cost you 25c. for 3 cakes J- J- Johnston Prttcription itt -QUALITY QUARTERS- of Alderman Huttori. Mats 'And Foot Scrapers. Cocoa Wire be honest with and the Book. If a man meets the conditions and giv- es God a chance there is no possi- ibility but that the. higher life will t-be.a very real thing. The .conditions are that he .turn from every known I sin, be willing to Christ as his Saviour, obey Him, and confess him. clean .cut life on the part of the Ghristian. The experience which led Mr. Gale j into the Christian life was listened to with wrapt attention, and the big I audience was dismissed after listen- Hardware New Season's Designs 'Just Unpacked Summit Sets in plain antique copper, beautifully finished. Per Set 555 Fulton Sets Set in antique copper, bevelled edges. Per Plymouth Sets in antique copper and polished brass, oval- knobs, excellent value. Per Set................ Virginia Sets in antique copper, neat design. Per Set Lafayette Sets in Lemon brass, a most beautiful design. Per Set Randolph Sets in Lemon brass, bevelled edges. A very artistic design. Per Clinton Sets in bronze, beautifully chased; one of the hand- somest sets manufactured. Excellent value at, per set Our Special Sets in beautifully hammered -antique copper. Oval knobs. A bargain. Per -Set Butts in all sizes. Sash Lifts. .Sash Fasteners, Sliding Door Sets and Finger Plates to match all the above sets. Chicago Spring Butts in antique copper or black Japan in 6 sizes. Refrigerator and Cupboard Catches. A full line of Hat and Goat Hooks in all the latest designs and styles. Builders' Hardware. Our stock is very extensive and up to date. CO, LTD, -'Corner Dufferin and Round Streets W.L. WILSON Auctioneer and Dealer Cor.G-lyii and Fcrd Sis. Phone 189 Houses Two Houses south of Westminster .School, and near Westminster Road. These houses are new, and have water and electric light. Price Terms I. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Oice 8 Macdooald Block WALL PAPER smart boys to work at tinning and pluhibing trade. Hick [Hardware Co. 132-3 Foot Scrapcri -ISc class hotel waitress at once. Application to be made to the Steward, Lethbridge Hotel. 132-3 Saturday; a gold brace- let, initials W.A.S., between Odd- fellows Hall and Baroness Rd. Find- er return to Herald HUU receive re- ward. 132-6 "If you live oat of Iowa LOSTV-Iron grey mare, 4 years old, j weight Ibs., branded S on left I hip, whit? star in centre of forehead, jwire cut front right foot; reward I for return to Gust. Qacobson, Royal Hotel, Taber, Alta. 131-18 Largest and best stock; in the city. Paper Hanging, Paint- ing WELLINGTON Bros. Cor. Cut bill and Court- land. Box 644. I The Weber I Realty Co. Agents for- the famous I Reeves Plow- ing Engine Snap in NORTH WARD Corner Lot Number 83 Wallwork Addition Terms Twenty Acres TO RENT Close to Fair theJGround Apply to R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OH BLOCK E.W.Kingston TAILOR to Begin Block, next door the Bentley Co. Agent for the Crown Tailor- ing Co. Suit to Our repair department is the most up to date in the city. kvestifale Before OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING WESTERN STATIONERY CO., LTD. Baled Hay FOIL SALE AT East End Feed Stable Legal Formt School Supplies W. H. Nogar PROP. Lot 68 ft. by 225 ft. St. Between Bftrtlett and Westminster, nicely plant- ed with trees. CASH Best bargain in the city MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE The B. kviii Igncy link F. W. Mulkins, of Pembroke, Ont. is in the city, having come west wit Col. W. J. Mackie. J. A. Birmingham, Western Trave ling Secretary.of the Brotherhood St. Andrew, will a men's mee ing in St. Parish hall o Monday evtning at 8 o'clock. All ar cordially invited. 131- Anotber roomed home and 31-2 lots on the witmui ii Nbrtk Ward. term W 122 ;