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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May SI. TTTE LETIIBRTDGE PATLY IIEBALD PllRC 13 "FBOM FACTORY TO HOME" I? WESTERN BRANCH STORES. The path leading to our door .tarted nearly half century 490, when we producjd out first piano. Todiv how highly every M.eon Ir.Hru- ment I. prized by H. owner-how of con.Unl uw In- appreciation cf It value thal't the rnaion i" Hitch Piano. MASON HISCH LIMITED 6th SC South Lethbrldje, AH, who resisted the movement In I dlatta ltal the fullest tlons'ot tie commW.e in "HI bo reallreo. Totoato tie home of Knm Col'-ejro, tne Important theologlMl collee. ot donomlnv tlon. rs'Jnlon o( the alumni "of the college will be Mr 1 'occurred. Arrange- will bo committed to Iho assembl It Is believed that the present asstin ly will adopt tho report pi Iho co mlttee and ask Presbyterian peop to consider the question again duri tbe corning year and. lo veto for t lecbnd and last time. It It bcliev that tho union will te finally cousuo- iHUKCH SEUVlCliS ANGLICAN ST. CllUHCH Second Ave. and lujhth St. uv. Canon Murrrf-VS'right, rector, ill preach "uoih lacrnhig and even- 11 am. Sjnday srhcol, an. Kveueoug. 730 pm. Holy! oimD'jnloa ever} Sunday morning al a ui. ST. CYPRIANS CllL'HCIl Cor- er Ligblb aicu'jr Mid Eleventh Ireot Canon McMllten. ector. MaliDS, 11 am ?und3> ctool and lubla (JasEPi. 3pm. Bap- sm, 1 p.m. Kvcrinne. 730 p.ui. loly communion at S 10 a ui. on iao rst and llJrd K'-r.dava. anil at It 'clofK service on the; second' aud ourth Sundajs ST. MAItt S CIV.iy.CH-rKer. C. I. I'opeaitt, rector. Holy communion EDITED BY "INO' PHONES Office 1224 Re.. 111) JUST GRIT What counts for most, Wln-n and htmt a McMlllfn and Mrs utund the ansual nrtl after alt, the Just Gtlf Vi'uat saves. Ihc dav. plan and purir. And fortune strikes a-.d lUj, Just Grit: J Mrs. V IMurtan will Of the ViMUHi's CO Men's Patent Boots Men's Patent Blucliora, veiled Foles, Kiel toys, 12 pairs only. Sizes C lo Also a few OiforJt. rcsaUir g4 Qj2 .i') for Cur and bluth and Seveniti Break- of Dread, 4 p.nj. Evening service, p.m.. A lecture will he (ieiircred v Mr. Sidney T. Balsford subject Return of Christ to the Ksrth; Mdenee that He is Near.1' ly welcome. Bring-) our Xo 'Iccllon. -_ DISCIPLES OK CHRIST JlSf.iri-ES Of' tho j. ledonlan Hall. HOY. j. 11. Tickle, ilor. Sunday school, 10.30 am., I followed by preaching atrvice. Treadl- ing service pm. All are wel- come, LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST Corner Sixth avemie find Fifteenth street South, ilev. Grant, ;.astor. No sfrvicffl, pasior will be In Sunday school al p in. Tnes- 7.30 And roheareM nl S p m. Thurs- day evening, monthly meeting of I.ulhor League ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. I'ATItlllK'n A. 11, Itoeenlhal, pastor, lieri p. Mini we- ;cn, MaMpi.l.i Ciiijaiun's mass a.m. High 11 a in, lay school 3 p.tu. llvciilnf; sort Ice ;.3o p tn.' fitrmon at uJili rervke. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST LADOR Sunday, breaking of bread at II am. Mrs. McLfllan and dnugliter Minnie, Irtt yrsleiitay afternoon tor Kilmonton ni.d oth-r points north. Their visit is mafli; in tlm interest of the hc.iltli ot Miss'.McI.cllan, uho las hcen ill for some montlis past.' WHEN-YOU-. A QUIET TIMES RESPONSIBLE Moose JAW, May (a nodi- It's ncft In )ho lockout Tho inaltcr Is up lo Hie of Iho Tradw fifttl (Council And It kncwft thai maijy mon arc nork- ins, showing Ihdl ttic eomewhai qnlct Urnos aro responsible for (ho taking on of Koa-unEoi] incu Meat TRY Sonic of. Our Pickled Tongue PickledPork ok' I nfn We liavc a fresh siiip- int'iU oJ''imported SWISS (JIIKKSE Try G. A. Delany of S'jltitTlar.d. Hen. Mrs. Norman Groavcnor, who wag In Can ada not so very Ions nco; 1-ldy Wlnl- ed Gore, Lady 'Gwendolen Guinness, e Hon. Lady Taiuot. I-idj Kvelyn, .tho Countess of Shafts- ury. the Mnrehloness of E'ccter and great many olhers. Thu idea ol.thls selllement. In kanagan Valley, C, Is that r.en trained in rctnor ngrlcultura its, euch aj! poultry Tearing, hec vegetable and Inilt hould go out and learn ;o apply heir linoA'Iedgo in It troposetl that womEii settler ;hould remain atout a year tn Ih place, gaining experience in an condlllonsj and gelling Iccal at vice and help l.i lhc choice of Ian they decido to start iiidercniUnllv Thc work has the support of some o the ministers of the Canadian federa and provincial governments as ot many other me Funds much y anted ncd It hoped the bazaar will add1 a Inrge sum to.that In Situr- day CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Mission Circle of fftsljy chinch mcl Mrs. II K. SUilh. Eighteen mttabcrs ivtrc pres- ent, and a profitable tir.ic. vai Starting lomurrovv'St. Auji-stin's Sunday school will be held at ten u'dotk-in the morning instead of in the Tr.'c- ,-hiMg: -jril! he !a eilecl Ihrougli June, July ar.-l Au- gust, The (lulld visited the fialt hospital jrslcrday -afternoon, olinh ttie klniir.cil of Mrs. 0. H. I1 and Mr. Frjche, enough Muoms.vcre Juna'td Ui supply ill Hip wafil patients with Ifirs, ;'5lelij r.vKOt aiM snap- rlragnns niarte ii lilcas'iij; Variety. H.IS llic'splcr.u.d Kiirn.'w thr lollies' Altar FoUely. ol St. Pat- rick's cliurth the runj sale, which held ii. Ihi N'oilli .vvatti'je'stctily. Sunlight Soap. TKe inducfemehta offered common aoaps cannot riiikc up for the purity o! SunligKt Soap. It costs US more to make pure soap {but it costs. YOU less to use It, for Sunlight pays for itself lo, the clothes, as it does not wear'and rub the fabrics like common ooaps Sc, a bar at all n ;