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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta by, 19IS THE LRTIIBHIDGK DAILY HERALD Page 15 Asthma Catarrh WOONK cowaa SMSMODIC OOLT I ALL DRUQOISTt. TIT CRKSOLEKR 7 A irritate.: w'jwr d-wcftl Vapo Co. .Mrs. -0'. IL Sfflarl, of Kingsville, fainted while removing a lieUle of wMer (Iso slovc and was badly UNFORTUNATE WOMEN MET WITH DEATH FROM EX. POSURE MILADI EDITED. BY lilt Pembroke. Ont.. Nov. [luting reports tiave reached trje re-j eanline the dejtb oi Mis. D- I'itou. jTLc passing ol the nighls and a j i____ en the upper Ottawa, near DCS "LADDEU TO THE SKY" I floral appointments ol (he dining ai'Py aie whea good in were. in rrirnsim car-! 'nations. In faithful doing cl the common; Mrs. Dputley poured lea, the viands things. being served by Miss Uuncombc ami Proven Quality at When choosing silt envars i t uon 13 ROGERS This brand, fcnoirn 21 "ailKrTlalt thai Wears'' first in quality and haj been for orcr 60 yeais. Made in the j grade of Sold fcy Lead! Dg D I line of Corsets Just a fi-w of these corsets to go tin rale tonight. .Cut from strong ivliito jean, medium Lust, Lack, anil hips, four supports. One uf _our styles. titra special Saturday night Good Things to Eat in Grocery Department Good quality Apples. 1-jvo .pOJQd for'..: Special a'sEoriment of selected ciiccol- per 'pound A uc'w of Graue-Fmlt to go ft sale at, each I UC flood Oranges per dozen Men's Combinations llisivy vveiiilit ribbed Combinations for meo. These are soil, fleecy-lined garments that are. made lo fit snug, a line that will give splendid near. Sizes 31 to llesular C-1 MM full. Saturday nigl.t. per suit. 5> I CU Ladies' Nightgowns LaJioB1 Flannelette .N'ighteowus. in soft, heavy weight cloth, trlimnfd with frill arour.J the neck and cuffs. Colors, while, pink, and white trim- med with Hue silk braid. 52 Inches Inog. Worth }1.50. Saturday .nlsht.................. tJOC Girls' and Ladies' Mufflers Stylish Cut Mutfleis for this cold wcilucr. Made from fine vegetable silk in all leading shades, navy; white, scarlet, green, tan, champagne, cerise and other colors. Our OO.. regular 50c line. Saturday night........wwC HUDSON'S BAY STORES CHURCH SERVICES MDUR, ANGLICAN ST. AUQUSTJN'S Corner Second Ave. and Eightb St. Rov. Canon Murrel-Wrlghl, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ery Sunday morning at, J aim." and at the eleven o'clock service 'on the first Sunday of the month., Evensong 3.30 p'.m. Sunday school 10 a.rh. ST. MARY'S c. H. Popbitn, rector. Holy communioi "try 5uaday at S Hatlu ll a.m." 3 p.m. Sunday school. 'Evensong- 7.30 Choral Kucbarist on the first Sunday; of the monlh at Jl o'clock ST. CHURCH-cor- ncr 8lb- Avc.-and Eleventh St: Hcv. Canon McMillen, rcclor. Matins 11 a.m. Evensong 7.36 p. m. Sunday school and liihlo' class three p. m. Holy communion on the first and third Sunday at 8.30 a.b: and en the second and lour'th .Sundays' .it -the eleven o'clork. service. ROMAN .CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S CIIURCU-Hcv. A. H. ROBontb'al. pastor; Her.- P.- Minl- wcgcn, assialant. S child. rcn's Mass, 9.30 High. Mass, 11 a.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Bvcnlng strvicc, 7.30'_p.tn. Sermon at each service. SCIENTIST F1HST CHURCH OP Hoyal Dank block.. Ser- I'vicc at eleven- a. m.. Wcdr.Mday cv- i cuing tcsllmony meeting, 8.00p.m. I The reading room It open (o evtry- one every day frora threo lo five p.m. Rvcrj-one Is cordially invited' to 'at- tend. SALVATION ARMY Services arc heia at the Citadel, fifth street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., meeting; 3 p.m.) praisa 'meeting, end Salvation, meptirig. mecllng, let! hy sisiers; Wednesday. 8 p.m., Soldiers' meeting; ThursJayj 8 p.m Salvation Clladel land In attendance; Saturday, S p.in., froi and easy meetlnn. Redemption." Bvei-ybody welcome. Bring your Dibles, "NO collection. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHfllST OF LATTER DAY SA1NTS-S. O.: E Hall, 10th St. Y. M. C. :A- 9.45 a.m. Officers' and fetcheri meet- Inj; 10 a. auridajr Echool; 2 p.m Sicrdraeut meellns. Visitors alwiys welcorae.. Bishop-B. S. Young, 1211 3rd S. 'Phone 685. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL: 1IKBTLXGS At the home of -Mr. Sirhmonctl; 1323 Third ave. North, ijno minute's walk frora the car Tuesday evenings ai 8 o'clock, Thursday evenings at S o'clock, special [waiting on tne .Lord for the Baptism of tho ilorjr Spirit, Sunday morning al 10.30 o'clock, re- mcmfierfng of Inc Lord's ilcath. Ser- vice in Ihe eveninr; at. 7.M. Conie and drink of the Sunday, November 23.. Xo services, EaBtor will be out of town. Sunday school at 3 p.m. BIBLE STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL. BIBLE. STpD- EN'TS1 S2J isth ft. S. .Meets every Surulay'at 3'iun., Friends Invited. ;.'-i CHURCH OF CHRIST Lanor Sunday at'll a.m. for breaking "of-bread, METHODIST WESTMINSTER J. B. Fi-ancia. pastor. Morning subject, "The Withered Fig Tree." Junior congregation In the parsonage at 11.30 Children's topic, "Jjuddy Water." Ev. .enlrg subject, "The. Withered Hand." Sunday school and.nlhle classes at.3 v.m: All are WESLEY CHURCH-Iiev. G- H-. Cobhledick, pastor, liesideacc, 320 Eleventh St., phone 401.' Morning subject, ''Disposition Versus Duty." Evening "Jacob, All's Well That Enfo Wcll.'J Sucday School and Bible Classes p. ui. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX tcr, Rev. A. G. Cameron. Public worship, H a.m. anil 7'3fljp.nj. minister-' b'6th- and evening. Morning subject, "The Weird nl.Qod.j' "Ternpla- lass on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, day school, 3 "p.m. A lull attendance ST. PAUL'S. FI11ST CHUHCIl-Corn'er .aiid Fif- teenth St. .Grant, rriifli.s'.er. 7.30, and children's services ;'on Wednesday and Friday. BELIEVERS .Hurgnunn's Hall, 41S Thirteenth treet, .-North sseinble-on the Lord's Day. for tic 'of bread at 11 a.m. "Gospel reaclitn'E Vednesday.'.'T.Ja p.m. BAPTIST FIRST 1IAPT1ST CHDKCIf, corner >f Third avenue and Ninth lev. D. HoBsl pastor. Services, 11 a.m. Subject. "Tlie. Mountain Moving er." At 1.30 p.m.. "My. Visit to the nei-ival Movement In Slrang- ra weleomo. FIFTH AVB. Rev. II. Elmer Green. .Morning auh- '.'The Uoj- with of His Evening subject, "Tho Pat- ern." The mpruing subject Is fcspe- cJaliy prepared for boys and girls ind parents, also any others, whether n these classes or noL Little Flora Cain sing at this service. Sun- .a'-continitation offthe study Thp Lord's Prayer. Hoy's. Depart- ment S.: at; 2 p.m. other- departments "at '3- p'-m! 'the special music for the day will induce in Ihe moinfng anthem "Far From My-Heavcnlr Vincent. 'Trio, Thine Mendelssohn; Mrs. Laylbri, Misses Wimni aiiH Fairbanks. Eve ning anthem' "Nearer My God to Adams; Contrallo solo, Miss SIram. Strangers anil visitors always wet- ST. A. C. .Hryan. cnuncii-Hcv. .Morning; sublecl, "Drifting." -Evening.subject, "Homi Religion." Sunday .School and Bibli classes, 3 p.m. All arc welcome. TH1NITY. CHUROH. .Mr.1 Wilfred C. Marsli, missionary In charge. II n.rh: aid 7.30 p.m.: Sabbath school at 3.15 p.m. Sib the last of a series on New man's well-known hymn. Englisl CimlSTADKLI'illANS 638 St., A., S. (betweni.ethnnd 7th Breaklnf; of Evenlne service 7.30 p.m. A will delivered Vy'jit. Siil- nty T.Jlataford. Subject: "llaptlsm, Its nccostlty In the Dhloc scUcme of Photoiifaphs As A Xmas Will hcRp Ihe 'recollection's more vJHd, and comfort many a lonely hour ,of-'separation. Our studio is exceptionally ciiiipped fur fine portrait 'work. See our ftro liglit pictures Jn case. Malic an ftppolctioent today. Allison In Your Town BLOCK LETHBRIIXJE is desired, es -we wish to make a start on our Christmas cntertnlnmenl, to be. held on December 26. Special li us- ing at the evening service. CHRISTIAN CHHiSTIAX Hall. Rev. J. B. Pickel, riaslor. Sun- day school, 10.30 a.m.. when the pro- gramme will bo of a special character dealing parl.lcularly with 'missionary work In regard to emigrants. Morn, ing subjecl, at 11 a.m., Or- ders." Christian Endeavor at 7 'p.m., and subject at 7.iO, "The Imnortancu ol All are welcome. THE YUNE In tbe wine region of Spain the method of treading the grapes is about the .same. The grapes are well spread out in the press, and barefooted men or wearing sandals or woodea-soled shoes tread them. 5'vi- I) J D tome to pawden pros. For Your Xmas Present If you aye wondering T-lmt would be liest to get for them, visit "Uawaeii Bros." The store ts rejilete with suggestions and you will surely lie surprised at the timely, useful gifts stocked here ttio kind you can give, knowing- thai each one is ''fust-the very Lbtng, LIBRARY TABLES, in quarter-sawed pak-, Golden Fumed or .Kajly..ErigliEti from" i.- ODD ROCKETS' in Ma- hogany "or1 eu, BOOK CASES, wo-carry the "Globe, in Goiucn, and "Karl y Knglish finishca, lions A bookcase Trotn lo WT.W Have You Decided, Yet? .j. Remember, wo can only suggest what our contains, as .11 would be impossible to show the complete niid.of c'oiirsc presents, for tho bo-itlolr, bedroom, drawing liall and library, etc.. are shown. t--'-'- J Yoiir visit to tho store will enable us to give you Mull des- cription of each pleeo ot the slock that When may we expect you? BY MAKING A SMALL DEPOSlTr'-NOw] YOUR AND DELIVER IT WHEN ADVISEp. LETHBRIDOE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS 704 3rd Avenue South PHONE ;