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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTTimmil'fiE TiAtLY ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, To help the tender skin of an infant is the Baby's Own Soap For four generations, it has won unstinted praise and today Baby's Own is the recognized leader for nursery and toilet. Its pure, creamy, fragrant lather softens and heals, and its daily use is a renewed -delight. It's Best for Baby am! Best for You. Sold almost but insist on Baby's Own. MONTREAL S.S. WORKERS HAVE FINE PROGRAM Big Convention to be Held Pa.sre THK MODEKX THERMOPLA at Calgary Nov. to 15th 12th KR FACTORY AT HAILEYB.LJEY, WHICH WAS 13LOWAT The eleventh annual convention of ilie Alberta Sunday School associa- tion will he held in the First I jiitist church, Calgary, on Novcniicr' i2, 13, and M. This conventiou promises to he the effort in the development of the practical side of Sunday school work yet held, and every school in the city and district should .repre- sented.' .Air. W. A. Brown, of Chicago, sup- erintendent of the Missionary JJcI'urt- nient of the international associa- tion, will be present. This .ketch Indicates a ciirrlng development of the Balkan camptlgn cul- mlniting The Greeks defeated an army of twenty-two thSuiand at of Servla and drove them north. In the. Already some of the -city Sunday I had apparently cu-> off the-retreat of the enemy widen had high cliffs on their schools have elected four or c'cle- oast> a raalng torrent to the front and side of them, the fords on river all held by the'Greek vlctori.' It was expected tlwt the Turks would either, nave'co or be massacred, but they found a deflls In the mountain and i made a temporary escape from ih'elr tight corner. REV. A. C. WATSON WOULD H CHURCH INFLUENCE PEO PLE'S AMUSEMENTS At the. Morris theatre last eveniii Kev. A. C. Yvalson on and its and in doing so drew some very practical lessons ironi ro- j cent events in the. city. He dc-pre- j cated the increase in crime in the although he believed that soc- ially the world was growing nctter. However, he said that men would fall as long as'eertain conditions ex- isted, and believed that the one great solution for the .problem was lor the churches to umlcrtaKc in some practical 'way to keep men from fall- by them 'with amuse- ment of a clean character. If people will dance, let the (lance halls be con- trolled by the the liquor ____ _ _ element can be eliminated. He Ijelicv- ons than 'ever, tho 'apathy "of London eJ -It .might lib fa good plan for regarding the 'management the churches to. -open' theatres Con-! ot local affairs Doing notorious. in U'e tho sained the buildings shown in this picture were all destroyed. On the left a big square building was under, construc- tion, and it was here that three of the six victims were working. The pro- perty belonged to the Energitc Com- pany. The man, whose is in- sst, is Wilbur McLaughlln, a. promin- ent former "clvfc em- ployee, who was among the killed A BULL MOOSE FROM RAYMOND GEORGE BUDD'B PUBLICITY STUNTS CREATING A LOT OF INTEREST Won -of crime the world would grow better. ty sts iweu- SO'ME INDICATIONS ON BRITISH ELECTIONS London, Nov. took place throughout England r.nd Wales yes- terday for the election to Borough councils. Besides the local interest in such elections, they are consider- ed some indication na to tho strength [he political parties in the larger affairs of the nation. Tho unopposed returns in London were more nunier- ANOTHER DAILY IN PRINCE ALBERT Prince Albert, a-ask., Nov. first issue of the Prince Albert Times as a daily evening paper, appearei I his'evening, and was well received G. H. Meighway, formerly of the Lon don Free Press, is business manager and D. LiiuTenee, formerly of the Western Associated Press is news ed Itor. The Times is published by J. A, Aikcn, of the Saskatoon Phoenix. IS MADE WITH ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR Light flaky broad requires good flour scientifically milled under the best conditions. Our flour Is also carefully impeded before shipment. It Is the housewife's delight and when once tried Is always used. TRY ONE SACK AND BECOME A. BOOSTER Ellison Milling and Elevator Co, MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND MAGRATH Raymond, Aita., Nov. 2. Ray- mond lias a number of good boosters but without a doubt. Geo. H. Budd, manager or. die Security Invest- ment Co. takes the lead. He is constantly hatching out new advertis- ing stunts both for himself and the district. After the Dry-Farming Con- gress tbis year he went 'to Henry iiolmes 'and secured a quantity of his .irize wheat, the best in tho world. This Mr. Budd, at his ov.-n time and expense, sent in sample packages to such noted persons as Governor Spry of Utah and B. Colton of the U. S. Land Commission. The Herald Re- mblie and Dessert Kews also got a as well as other uie- I that will iu turn tell others of what Sunny Southern Alberta can produce. But this man Budd's latest publicity stunt is this: Raymond people have been interest- ed and amused at a great h-eet with three prongs which lias been ex- hibited in the window of the Security Investment Company for some time. Two buttons serve for eyes and stand- ing with, two prongs downward it very much resembles a Bull Moose. John Budd, when dressing tho window threshed grains, wrote "Teddy" with fiaxseed on the grain in front of the gates, and many more" will likely bo named during the coining week. The .is the program J Tuesday Evening and hand-shaking. Study. Sunday School the Dyna- mic of Religious Education." of committees, an- nouncements and offering. Pulling Power of the Adult Bible Class." Rev. W. A. Brown, Chicago. Wednesday Morning Board meeting. study. of district representa- tives. Iteport of Commissioners. Report of Treasurer. on Organized Sun- day School Work, lead by W. A. Brown, Chicago. (a) "What it is and Why Needed." (b) "What is pur Relation to the (C) "How we may lit into De- nominational Plans." (d) "What is Expected of Dis- trict Organizations." Men's Call of tho Sunday School to the Business. Men of Alberta." W. A. Brown, 'Chicago. Wednesday Afternoon (Throe Simultaneous Institutes) of Elementary Divi- ized .work. Conference. (a) "How'to Promote the Work of the Departments." (b) "How to Get Workers to Work." divisionc. (a) "Elementary: "What to Do and to Do It." (b) "Secondary: "How to Get Under' the Work." (c) "Adult: "Hounding up for Service." Thursday Evening study. of new officers. and Offering. Ways of Working." W. Brown, Chicago. 1.45 sion workers, in charge of Mrs. F. G. Marwood, Calgary, assisted by W. A. Brown, Clll- 1 cago. -Opening service- for Primary Department.: the the Unfold- ing Life." Lessons Shall We a Lesson Live." May I Make the Best Use of the Equipment I of Secondary Di- vision Workers, in charge of Rev. Hobt. Pearson, Red Deer, assisted by W. T. Tail, Ed- monton. and Their Solution." "Importance of Section Division." "Class Organization, Class Offi- cers, Class Committees and Class Activities." instruction. workers with Sperry. workers with girls. Reception of Delegates All trains oii Nov. 12 and 13 will be met by boys of the Sunday School Messenger Service. These boys will be easily recognized yb their stream- ers of blue and red ribbon, the colors of the Secondary and Adult divisions of tho Sunday school. Delegates will be 'conducted, from the C.P.R. station to the First Baptist Church, where they will bo registered and billeted on the Harvard plan: Bod and breakfast will be provided with private families, and the delegates are free to secure REFPONSIBILITY ON THE CHURCH REV. A. G. CAMERON INDICATES PLACE OF CHURCH IN MORAL- REFORM CRUSADE hracheon and dinner at the ci'ty res- taurants. The decoration lias been very well executed 'but the Hull Mcose has of course -been the centre of at- iraetlon. This morning Geo. H. Budd had the monslroclty expressed lo the Roosevelt headquarters Chicago, with a sample of Henry Holmes wheat Enclosed is a card saying that sym- pathy on this side of tlie line is so marked in favor of tho Progressives that even our sugar beets are grow- ing io resemble the Progressive can- didate. Beets and wheat and Raj niond are now synonymous and fron .Mr. Dudd's new move In publicity th district should receive further prom fuence. III. Conference of Adult Divi- sion workers, In charge, of Itov. M. A. .MacLean, Calgary, assisted by W. A. Brown, Chi- Railway Rates Arrangements lave been made with the railway companies to give the usual convention rates. .Delegates should purchase a single ticket over all railway lines to Calgary, and se- cure from each railway a standard cer- tificate. One hundred or more regular delegated having standard certificates make it possible to return from Cal- gary to destination free. Registration of Delegates Billets will bo provided for all reg- ularly enrolled delegates to the. Sun- day School Convention. To assist the local billeting committee every dele- gate is urged to send in application for registration and billet. The com- mittee will not hold itself responsible to assign delegates to billets unless application has been received prior to Ihe opening ot the Convention. Finances The current expenses of the Alberta At Knox church yesterday moaning Rev. G. Cameron spoke very strongly on t.ho social: reform work in Lethbridge while-talking-on "Our Obligations." The Presbyterian church in Canada is undertaking to a large sum for missionary pur- loses in Western in this onnection lie said he believed that he people of Lcthhridgo were under an obligation to take up" the moral eform question in this city. He re- erred to the rescue homes being es- -ahlishcd iu different cities in Canada for this work for the saving of fallen girls, and believed that it was the work of the church in every city of the west to'exert its influence along similar lines. If the church could j raise the sum aimed at, it would be possible, and he was con- that they would realize their object MR. BRYAN STARTS HIS MINISTRY HIS FIRST SERMONS MADE PLEAS ING IMPRESSION UPON A LARGE CONGREGATION cago. "Class Organization." "Class Teaching." "Class Federations." "Class Activities." Wednesday Evening Bible study. "The Temperance Situation in Alberta." Rev. C. T. Hoinian, Ed- monton. PREPARING FOR NAVAL STATION Prince Rupert, Nov. city 0. Prince Rupert anticipates playing an important part in the Dominion gov ernment's naval policy which is nisi now getting so much of Ihe public's attention. The G. T. P. are now con- structing In this city a float- ing dry dock, the largest on the Pa- cine coast. It IB being backed by the Dominion, the government having guaranteed worth of for th'e construction. The dock will nccomodata a oW? of tons ca nicity, giving a length of COO feet aud a 'width, o'f 100 feet. Jt hts -been Jllntfed. that the government intends malting Prince Rupert a naval base for the Pacific and ns the big harbor can easily ho made impregnable to nny atlack from tho-sea Ihe govern- mnnl.'B Intereai. In the big dry dock ff'l would ilyfl lo this report. of committees and plans for the coming yeac. Election of officers. money, pled- ges and appointments. Thursday Afternoon study. View of tho Work of the Departments in Sunday Schools." W. A. Brown, Chi- cago. 2.45 Departmental conference on Matter and Method. (a) "Minsionary Department." Rev. E. S. liiahop, Mncieod. (b) "Temperance Department." H. F. ICeomy, Calgary. (c) "Homo Department." Rev. J. M. Beaton, Ulairmpre. of workers'In organ- In St. Andrew's Presbyterian church yesterday morning Ilev. A. C. Bryan, B. D., preached his first- sermon as minister of that congregation. Mr. Bryan expressed tlie hope that the good work carried On by the church in the past would he continued w'ith Sunday School Association include the increased activity in future. The salaries of the General Secretary and new minister's assistance, office rent, postage and stationery, cost of leaflets and lit- ff' lllc tllc so" of erature used in promoting modern was son of. God." Sunday School methods and expenses-' r' referred to the fact that of convention work. Budget of expen- a11 nien originalecl from Adam and ses for a year ranges between four; Rod an.l illustrated this by the and five thousand dollars. During the that although the nanre of Jesus bud life of the association -the expenditure been tabooed, and every eflort had i" to drive the in order that the Association may be- In the year 'Iroe of debt. Tho sources of revenue from which, the association secures funds for its' work are Sunday -.schools which np- in-ccfate flic work of Uie association, and business men oE :dl trades and profes.sions in ail parts of ihc province eiKCi'Iv who tjellev.e In the work t.ho ,rril tiou is endeavoring to rfo. Tho nBEoci- tauo" ation has no legal claim ujioii anyone, but all contrihuUous are made volun- tarily. this at piustnit Hint country was ex- periencing u religious revival. Tlie speaker exhorted his liearcrs-to cast in their Jot with the Christ whose influence for the welfare' of the vvorhi was spreading with such miKlitv force. ?.lr. Hryan's remarks icrf to by a large WHERE IS FAMOUS LONDOMIBOBBY" MOTOR 'EUS'SES RUN WILD MAIM. ING MANY LAW LIKELY LUNDBBE.CK Xov. Youni; of the South Fork, iravc us a call on business. The weather lias been very bad for the threshers this mouth. had a little snow storm yesterday. Hope the threshers and the farmers may have better weather. Crops are turning out good also the root crop around here. Cyr Smith, the up-to-date I'.utch- crs of C.'owley and Lundbrcck, bought of steers from Peter Rolcrt-i -4 son. They tipped tlie scale at 134SI 8 ,nwteclly marrallous wit 11.5. a head, two year olds and three "llanlmll.v juries eioaeral. year olds, taken from the grass. The trom blnmc- The speer permitted Is generally denounced ar much too high, and should the deal roll continue to mount, up as Jt is do London, Nov. it, will b( Impossible to live in London, bec-nus of the motor 'busses. The seem incapable of regulating them price was Gc. per lit. live weight. NEW JOB FOR MR, LAKE Otta'vra, Xov. g. ej- for Qu'Appsile, is Uie latest njinJD nifiotloned in witn the oa the civil service com- mission, and which Is due to the act paescd last session, Increasing the. numbers from two to threw. Mr. Lako is now a member of the I'llbllc Ser- vice Commission, the chairman of which was A. 11. Marine, who ri-alsn- a few months I ing, It Is probable that a new ordin- ance will be frorced, limiting the rat of travel to ten, or even eight, miles an hour. The motor 'bupsf-a now move so fasr lhat they do not trouble to pick up PiiHBongors. The drivers resent be- ing slapped and In many cases alms.' who, by crossing the of them, cmiHo tlieii) to reduce ilS DIFFERENT OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE IN EVERY SACK 8001M HOOD LTD. MOOSt JAW CALGARY I I i ;