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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta toturflay, November l. jsnu THE LETHBRIDCIK DAILY HERALD Pate 9 SHFRMAN THEATRE kJl 11 1 JLYJ-j Five Days Commencing Monday, November 3rd George Kleine Presents VADIS AT The Most Gigantic Photo Drama Ever Produced Exactly as Reproduced at the Astor Theatre New York Eight months in New York City Seven Months in Chicago Three months in Philadelphia Two months in Boston S E E The Burning of Rome THE VERY PINNACLE OF STAGE CRAFT The Chariot Races A REPRODUCTION OF THE COLLI4EUM AT ROME, MORE THRILLING THAN The Banquet in Palace The MOtT SUMPTUOUS SPECTACLE EVEft SHOWN The Christians in the Arena WITH THE LIONS. AND THE IN NERO'S OARDEN8. The Dramatic Punch! Cast of ovor Tliirly-live Hundred People Scenic Spectacle of Miirvelous Magnitude CHURCH SERVICES ANGLICAN ST. AUOUSriS'S CHURCH Cotaet Second Ave. ar-d tisbth St. Rev. Canoe JvlurreJ-YVrlghl. rector, i Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at S a m. and at the eleven o'clock service on the first S'jsday of the month. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a-ui. ST. MARY'S CHURCH-Ker. C. H. Popbaro, rector.. Holy cammunlot every Sunday at 8 am. Matiu 11 a.m. 3 P.LI. Sunday tchool. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Choral Eucharist on thft first Kunday ol the mouth at 1! o'clock ST. OYl'HIAN'S CHUHCH-Cor- r.M Slh Ave. and F.levrntb St. Hev. ICan'oo McMillen, rector. Matins 11 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible class 5 p. m. i'nc rector teaches tlie adult Bible iliss, .o all are cordially ii.vited. ioly communion on the first and third Sunday at 8.30 a-m. acd tn the NEXT MONDAY IS LAST DAY OF BIG VOTE SCHEDULE The PrIzt-WMnIng Vxlue of Subscriptions WMI Positively be Reductd on Ranks Next to the Last Day of the Contert In Your in nny- Hip- podroine or on any Stuge SPECIAL'OHQHEgTJlAL MUSIC. PRICES: 25c ami SQeV All .Scats Reserved This Rill be a "short" story [or "loag" work. .Make Monday the "longest" day since YOU began work for one of Herald's cash prizes. Gather in promise possible, and don't let up until Monday Juct tno-jgb. time to bring your report to the contest oBce or make it out ready for inftlHog, as the case may The content office in the Acadla building will remain open until 10 or 11 o'clock to enable the city candidates to turn In tbelr reports In tlmi second and fourth Sundays at the eleven o'clock service. BAPTIST FIFTH AVENUE BAPTlST-Hev: II. Elmer Orcea, pastor, will preach. Morning subject, "Christianity's Children's.choir in the morning. Evening subject "Misplaced aioiy." Tbe ordinance ol the Loid's Supper will if observed at the close of the evening service. FIRST BAI'TIST CHURCH-Cor- per and Ninth St. Rev. Mr. Koss will preach his I initial sermons as pastor. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREWS A. C. Bryan, minister. Services, 11 a m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning subject, Travelling to Sioii." Evening sub-, ject, "The llaiidit's Life." Sunday school and Bible classes at 2 and' 3.15 p'.m.- HARDIBVILLE PRESBVTER- !AN" Marsb, missiou- arv in-charge. KXOX PRESBYTERlAIv-Mmiskr Kev. A. G. Cameron. Public worship ill a'.m. and 7.30 p.m. The minister will .preach bnth ndrning and even- ing. .Vforning subject: "Strength tor :0ur Tasis." Evening: "Our Dailr a continuation ol- a study ol The Lord's Prayer. The boys' de- j partin'rnt oi the Sunday school at 2 to set the big vote. j p.m., all other departments at 3 p. m- Chinese class at 4 p.m. Westmin- ster Guild on Monday at 8 p. m. Stiaiigers and visitors always wel- come. All seals free. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. HATKl'Jtf'S A. 11. Roshnthal, pastor, Her. P. Mlnlwe- Mas3 S Children's mass 9-30 a.m.': High Masi 11 a.m. iutiuay schuoi 3 Eveniug service ;.3G P.IIL .Sermon at ench service-. CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST FIRST; .CHRIST. Rojrai Bank block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. .Wednesday er-j ening testimony' meeting, S.OO p.in. The reading room Is to every? one every day from three to rive p.m. Everyone is cordially Invited to at- tend. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifta street, ns follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, arid 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week'nlghis: -Monday, S p.m., public meeting; led "by sisters; Wednesday, 8 p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, IS p.m.. Salvation meeting, Citadel band In.' attendance; Saturday, S p.m., free and. easy meeting. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Hev. J. B. FrariCts, pastor. Morning sub- ject, "Wheat and Fares." Children's to grow strong." Ev- ening" subject, "Reaping as you sow. Sunday school and Bible classes Candldatc-s outside of Lethbridge, will be allowed to mall reports an; ttoo Monday nlghl. and If too late to'get a money order, sezd It anywty, and get the money order the next reports MUST be mailed Monday night. Oet the The business secures tke totes. Votes win The candidate idth roout TOISS the night of December 1st, will ahead of the tame ewcUy Why not you? With tho votes deposited at the contest office up to last evenlnf tho following its the standing of the candidates. After neit Monday of over tbe high candidate will be removed. MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 13th St. S....................... S9.COO MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. S................... MISS CLARA BJORKBLAOE, 1220 5lh Ave. S......., MRS. O. iENSON, Diamond City, Alta....... MR. GERALD DULMAOE, low Illanti, Alta......... HISS LOIS GARNER, .Hill Spring, Alt.......; MOO MR. WM. H. HINDLEY, MIE3 EVA MUTTON, 814 6th Ave. MISS HOSE HARKER, Cardston, MR. WM. ISAAC, Nobrtf.rd, Alta.......... .-.....v MISS HELEN LEE, MS Sth Ave. MiSS MERLE Milk Blver, HISS MAGGIE 1731 Sth MR. H. E. MUNHO6, 947.7lh Stritt South S.BOO MISS MAYME McMAHON, Barons, MISS MARY MCDONALD, Blalrmore, Alta........._....... MR. OijORN.E, 10th St. S............................. S'.OOp MISS JEAN PATTERSON! 6M 6th st. s......................... MISS VERTA 1312 Hh Ave. S............................ MRS. A. PIPES, 5th Ave. S.............................. ......tt.100 MR. THEODORE POOLE, Kr.appcn, Alta.........-.......... MR. EDWARD READ, Pincher Station, Alberta......j....... 'MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St Klldi, MRS. L. SPARKS, Raymcnii, Alta............................ MISS ETHEL 623 10lh St S....................... MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank, MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 19th St N.........., 31.SOO MR. EDGAR SA1NSBURY, Cranbrook, B. C.................... MISS LAURA TELFER, Fernle, B.C........................... MR. HERSCVlEL VAN ORMAN, T.ber, Alta.............'..; MR. CHAS. Sth St. First (and voting period schedule endi Next Monday, Novtrnbfr 3. for the Haptlsm of the'Holy Sjlrlt CHURCH OF CHRIST -labor Sucday morning Hall, every Sunday at 11' rtor TXe J t Royal Academy oi Music Royal College oi Music. MUSIC EXAMINATIONS 1914 i to far U ef MorW. The Annual f Ion lo be value rrartical Music 7 h eor T fril be Ir will t Gold a Silver tic for the und All pat Heal ars obuiatd on ffeiioti to H, WARING BAMS, 117 Sfiitrr Street, Stti yarcaliindTeadicrifiiitltg lo citerltidr forlfafse conreunicale with the Sferelity At oattnud Kivt ai is liajlitl. CANADA'S FIRE LOSSES HIGHEST. Otlawa, Oct. According to in- formntion gathered by' the slon of Conservation Canada's .-sire loss per capita is higher than In any olher country from which .records" are available: Tho United St.alei is'np{ a .The North American continent, ns a riholc, has an unequal rttord over Europe in this respect. Italy, irhtch has ths greatest ot any of the old world. trio, has lets ttiaa one-third a! Cap adi's rale to her debit. The 'per capita, losses ol various countries are given 84 follows: capiti', -lUtilted Stales Ocrm'any...... Ireland Scotland i. 1 Kusila......-.. Austria........ pirn. All welcome. Special Harvest Home setvlces. WBSLBY G. H. Cobbledick, 320 Eleventh street Soutb. lclophonc.404. QuiTterlv Txivc Feast at 10 a-m.. Morning suhjecl, "Love's: followed by jeception to new members, and tliB sacrament of the laiA's Suppor. Sunday school and Bible classes at.3 p.m. In the ev- ening tho pastor will continue .Ws character subj'.ct, "Tho Slovr of the Quest for a Wife." The- music In llie morning will include an anthem, "Even by Warren, and a tenor soto b> Hi M. Whiddlng- ton. In the evening the ciolr nill sins "Send by Gounod, Wits' choir will ren- der '.'Sired by Grace." Mailer Kings- ton Will'render the1 lolo, "Chlliren'i Home.1' ClmiSTADKLl'HIANS At 838 Twllth N, (iKU-eta 6tt tth of Bread, 1 p.m. Evening ewrfcs -7.80 p.m. A lecliiri if 111 liath'un'lo Kverybonr wel- come.1 Bring vpur. pibkJ. No collec- SAINTS CHURCH OF JESU3 CHRIST OF LATTER" DAT O. B. Hall, 10th St. Y. M. 0. A. B.m.'.OMcers leacheri meet- 10 a, in., SuniliT School; I p.m aacrnmwt Tlsllors Bl.itop B. 8. Yoiint, 1211 3rd lifts S, 685. 'CHRISTIAN 2.65 CillMSTIAN CHUnCH-Caledon- .61 ian'Htll. J. B, 1'ickel, pastor. Sunday school 10.30. Morning ,10 II Christian Endnvor 7 p.rt.' .57 PENTECOSTAL .49 PKirfECOSTAL, MEETINGS At (lie SlmraoneU, 131S .81 Third aye. North, ono. minute's wa .30 from tho car lines, Tuesday tuemberlng of the'Lord's (Seatlv Ser- vice In the evening at Come and drink pi the" witer of life fteciy. B'IBLE STUDENTS INTBIINATIONAL. 3IBL.E. STUD- KNTS1 ASSOCIATION-At E25 ISth Et. S. Meets erery Sunday at 3 p.m. Friends intsreited invited. breaking b( bread. LUTHERAN' ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAK CHURCH-Corcer A've. Mi Fil- teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, Nov. 3rd, no services, pis- tor will be In Warner! Sunday school 3. P-in. That Little Spot On Your Skin; Beware, Beware! smallest spot-of in- fection means danger. Thnt Wolch on your arm, tint Itchy place oa your leg, soon It ipread, cov- ering troul, and fcodr. Becuiie the 'of rtln Is growing. It Mtlmnted tiit.mil- lloni of our peojle'are Inftcjjd spreading the Because unlike esUbllslied doubt In regard W Dr. Friedman's ex- irith. the "Great White Pltgue" the reietrch. Writ D. D D. Laboratory, Chicago, hfti proven definitely that p. p. p. Prescription in a specific that cures sVIn Your own druggist will recoinBewi this soothing, cooling liquid. _ If you come to us for the famous prMcrlptlon and the D.'.D. D. Skin Soap, we will refund pur- chase price of. the flrjit full itied bot- tle If It (alii to ycmr CMI.; You alone to Judge. Co., JackaoTi ic J. IX Co. D. D. or 15. y> ard skin remedy .stand- The figures are based upon reporls wltli a popu.latlon ovef .at (-o'clock, Thursday evening at S WaHliis on 1 70.NIGHT .'at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPEWS AT 7.30 ;