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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta t New Ilawn, Ooiin, lov In the meantime patrons of the competition may get busy on ''this week s games. GAMES TO BE PLAYED 28 ENOLISH DIVISION ----2 Buralej----" 2 Aston Vlllt ._._ United. 2 Newostle V.unaro 2 Mlddlegborough, HZ 1 Vveat Bmmwlcn A t Manchester City 1 Mlrmlngham _ 2 ENOLISH LEAGUE-MCONP DIVISION" i Blackpool ifenam, 2 Barnsley Bury 2 Hudderafield Towii. Z Town' 80UTHIRN LEAOUE .dins 2 Brighton and Hove T wall. 2 Luton Town 1 QuHn's.Parfc 8 Fortamoutb theRd United, 2 Swlndoi I I I _L ------T i i i i I__i J__l SCOTTISH LSACUC 169 130 159 140 144 40 XPEC.T BETTER.-SEASON OF HOCKEY AT COAST THIS YEAR mateurs''Anxious to Line Up With Canadian 'Governing Body Bid, Nov. olumbia'. 'amateur hockeyists are sidy to'casfin their lot with the pro- jsed Canadian governing body. They re wll'tingr tp send' a representative to when the organization of ,e' commissibn is perfected, bellev- g that the interests of the amateur a'melwiinbe'best served by such an rg'anizatlon. British 'Columbia' hardly boasts Al- an qup but it would not be urprising If'the winners ot the coast tie this ;Be.asohi plucked up enough enrage-to challenge for the pewter, royided or. course the war does not riteVfere 'and "tlie game Is afforded ufficient support, during the season o enable the locals "to finance such a world's highest Amateur''hockey has not been much 1'i. success" aince'the Inauguration of he.! tills way, ,biit the ff "are now at the head of ffalrs 'the: coming season to e the most successful on record. REV; MR.-DENOON STARTS HIS WORK TO-NIGHT LUCILLE LOVE, THE GIRL OF MYSTERY... THE WHEAT AND THE'fTARES; DRAMA.... THE SAVING PRESENCE; DRAMA SOPHIE GETS STUNG; COMEDY 2 REELS 2 REELS 1 REEL 1 REEL. MISS LUELLA SIMONS, THE CLEVER CHILD DANCER IN SCOTTISH DANCES. EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA. SPECIAL NOTE. PLEASE NOTICE THE Love, the Girl of Mys- tery these two reels to produce and arc the twp most.beautiful-rsels ever shown. The Wheat and the Tares is a Z reel Vitagraph feature.' This'House never advertises or shows any- thing but Guaranteed Attractions. iONTINUEP' FROM FRONT_PAGB mon within its walls His greeting vas well received, and first day's1 nimstey spells a quickening of ener- getic -endeavor that is bound to re- dound ta the suc-cess of the church, as well as to the cause of Christian- ty m Lethbrldge Rev. Denoon preached one of those old-time gospel sermons, taking as ins text a portion ol letter to the Romans, first chapter, Oth verse, "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ': for it is the power ot God-unto-salvation to every one that believc'h to the Jew first and also to the Gentile." The discourse was powerful and compelling of rapt attention The sub- ject coveied tensely and thor- and Rev Denoon gave' his hearers some excellent fooJ for thought on re-consecration and faith in the power of the goapel The ser- mon was of just the right duration, and the speaker's delivery was en- tirely pleasing Rev Denoon is pos sessed with massive intellectual pow- er, amd his text gave him an oppor- tunity of making a marked impres- sion m this regard We of the pnt dav, he sajd, are npt ashamed to acknowledge the physician who has cured us of some or relieved us of some affliction nor are we wont to hide the name of our res- cuer if we are saved Irom disaster How much more should we wish to disclose the name of the Saviour who made our lives possible, and who died that we might live The reverend gentleman also drew his hearers' attention to the great importance of faith, bringing out some entirely new points in a most con- FORD OWNERS J. 4. Fraser A Mechanical Expert from the Ford Motor Go's staff, will be at The Ford Garage 1232 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH To-day and To-morrow To meet Ford owners arid Demonstrate the workings of the car, or give any information desired vincing manner In the pvening, Rev Denoon spoke Oermon. frontiers at v.uuu.uuu, 01 whom are Germans and Austnans and are Russians RUSSIA MINES PART OF BLACK SEA 425 Bowling Tonight MacDonald Co vs, Boarding club Constable Sunibery, of. the Mounted Police, has been transferred Jrom aiacleod to Champion. n from "Vlathew 28-20, "Lo I am with you always, even unto the end of the world This message of Christ's to His disciples, had come down through all the ages as a stimulus to the, wavfarcr, the discouraged, the down-" trodden, the suffer-ng, and carries to- had ,'ii its emplov single men, to bv Com- missioner'Grace, who said that one Binftle man had been 'fired" by the suiWrtptendem', but re-engaged bj himself-ihen it was discovered that the man In question was supporting an aged mother and father. The Mayor Jias had prepared some Interesting figures on the pay roll, and these will be published later on Routine business occupied the re malnder of .the Council's time this morning. GERMANS ARE FEVERISH LY1BUSY MAORATH GOSSIP Magrath, Uta, Nov deal of some Importance In the business sec tion took place todav Mr Fletcher, for some time has conducted a very successful motor businesses ehortlf leaving the town, and has flIS; posed of his to Heatherslian t, Phillips The changeover will take place on December 1' Mr A Fletcher vvlil shortly be going away from liere, as hjJ has been appointed by the Mormon church to taPe a mission in the Uistern States The rood wishes of all his fellow tovvncmeij will go with bun At the meeting house tonight a com- edy entitled 'Our Boys" was given V) (he 'Sundaj school A good attend- ance was registered, and thoroughly en.lojed tne piece The cast of char- acters vjas exceptionally strong and included Messrs E Bennlott, A J Mercer, 1. O. Bridge, D. Olark.'D NT, J Harker, Misses J Seatfe, E. Heaps, M Turner and J Tooner The change in the train service an- houtfced for Sunday, wlU'raake a good deal of difference here -Those" gomg io the'city will have shorter slay, bill to make up for ihat.'the mail Vie have been setting about S, will be ont at 6.3ft, dg'd' enable the business men. to answer their corrcs pondence the same night has purchase! a G Taylor, and! is CONTIfrtJED FHOM FROST PAOB to march out aid loin the Atntio- Gorman tejfces. Russians refused, I on considering Unit tin fortress couW "ot' resist muctf longer. (cert, and nAnrvnn uuamF.n KINNONDAt-E NEWS A enjoyable afternoon spent by. a good' mimber of lidies when thV; Aid met at Mrs A C Wt tie's on Wednesday Further ar rangements were made for the con (cert, and a good parcel of things was I handed in to send to the soldiers mnvtAWMt manned m to senu io ine atmuc.o CopMitigfll, Ifvf. aocl.1- the Aid meets on December 2 Mrs vkoucintowli W S Baftey's itj etti- KUMO- her mother's afiw ARE YOU PATRIOTIC? BUY Made in Canada SKATES We sell the famous Automobile Skate Universally recagniisd the Best in the and it Made in Canada Prices: to Not how cheap, but how GOOD. THEY ARE GUARANTEED Aatnt Indian CyclM. .M <03Z f Expert Skatt Sharpcmra ;