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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iay, November THE LETIIBUIDOE DAILY IIEKATJ) INVESTORS DO YOU KNOW That the Lethbridge Real Estate Market has Shown Considerable Activity During the Past Week. Now is the Time to buy. Investigate What We are Offering SUNALTA Adjoins Victoria Park Is Within the City Limits SUNALTA Adjoins Property that is now selling at During the past few days we have disposed of a considerable number of these lots to some of the leading business men AT 1 -n y% XV One quarter cash, balance in tliree Note the Price 7C I ftf fi -Q' drr< fill I K d, equal payments at O, D, efy mos lerms ASQl Dominion Block ITH LJNDSEY Phone 1183 ET. CYPRIAN'S PARISH CHURCH At "5'cslerclay morning's aorvice in the parish ollurch of St. Cyprian's, the rector tile course of a very able ser- mon, -dwelt on the life of St. Andrew, Ibe'palron saint of.the Brotherhood of Si. Andrew, an organized body of .young men within the Anglican Church, are doing much useful work In the of Canada. The reclor dwelt, specially on the-need-of men in the work of the church, partic- ularly men who would take an active iateregt. in the work -being done am- (ing the of th'q church. The Adult Bible Class of St. Gyp- jinn's Church started yesterday u ser- ies of lectures, perhaps he lha proper "rrhe Foundation of God's Kingdom on Karth." The rector of the pariih, Rev. Canon ..McMillan will conduct, and the lessons promise to he of groat inler- tst. -The attendance yesterday was most [satisfactory, but (here is still plenty of room Tor olhor "scholars." Bliss M aisle Fteetwood Is secretary of 1ho clasS, and'will he glad to give In- formation to any strangers in the city, whether attached to the Anglican Church or not who would like.to attend this interesting service. It you -have a good Which you've held sans, intermission For a score of years or more; if you've made no bad Investments, Had to pay no life anaesiments, Bean exempt from conflagrations, Had doctor's visitation's, Bucked no tigers, played; no races, Shunned a'il points and "boozing plac- es, Uore with pacienoe all your trials, Practiced little self-denials, Yet are putting up a roar That you can't, with all your juggling, Hustling, rustling, rooting, strng- lliug, You economizing, saving Scheming, managing and Keep the wolf outside your "fis a fairly good assumption That you're merely shy on gnmp- lion. Nothing more. Tribune. SYRUP ik COD- LIVER OIL iOUDRON PI NKKCnZr Cures Coughs Mathien's Syrup of Tar Cod IJver Oil n a great Tonic and not only stops a cough but enables the system to throw it off. There should a bottle of it in every home. Large siv.e hottle 3 5c. Sold everywhere. I. u HATH1EU CO., rtop., Sherbrooko. Consistory Meets at Rome (Continued from front Distributors for Wester.i Canada FOLIY LARSON A COMPANY, INC. Edmonton, Vancouver, Uskitoon. the cardinals and other dignitaries; Soon after 8 o'clock a procession oi carriages wan seen entering I'orta Delia Zccca and passing through the Court oi San Domcnso from where their occupants found entrance to.tho palace. Gathered in the hall oi the con- sistory were those whom duty or privilege brought there, chattered for a few moments, noting sadly the passing oi several who had been pres- ent on the last, similar occasion. As the moment arranged for the appear- ance of the Pontiff approached, the assemblage separated in three groups before the throne. in one group wore Cardinal Bish- ops, .in another Cardinal Priests to whom new American Cardinals. wiH be added, while the third section Cardinal Deacons. Behind .the cardinals were patriarchs, archbiih- ops, bishops, heads oi orders and oth- er high personages, and various per- sons familior lo I ho court.- The Pope Appvara Presently the door at the sear of the hall was opened and noble in their brilliant uniforms appeared, nuking way for the white olad figure of His Holiness. Followed by the Swiss guards and his suite the pontiff paused for a moment al the thresh- old, while those present hont the knee. With a smile he greeted them and then walked to the throne: The procession before the Ihronc followed immediately. Each dignitary, according to pre- cedence, approached in turn arid kneeling kissed the papal ring. H was n long ami tiresome ceremony which Pius X bore with great patience. As the last of -the number jiaying homage returned to his place tlio liiasr lev. of ceremonies loudly proclaimed the close, and gradually the greater number withdrew until- pontiff and cardinals were left, alone. The Addreii Pins X broke the silence that fol- lowed, voicing n simple, prnyor then, still silling, delivered a allocution. The evils of modernism and natur- alism were counter-balanced, ihn Pope snid, everywhere by the love of tjw holy nucbarisl, as was proved by con- gresses held in Cologna, London, Montreal and Madrid, Spain, and es- pecially1 hud, he snid. demonstrated her true rclisiciui sentiment. Pincher Creek Greatly 'Pleased (Continued from front page) He ended with the hone thai Ood would preserve Ihe church from evil threatening her peace and happiness. The creation of cardinals and con- firmation by His Holiness ot arcfi- liishops already appointed by brief, followed. In all instances the pro- cedure was the same.: The name of each chosen for the honor was read, the Pope inquiring oi cardinals in to compel the A. K- r. road to eu- they approved this town-iiot, a couple of miles ination.. Assent, was given by raising their red skull caps. The A. R. 4 I- On tile other hand, strenuous efforts are being made by those interested. DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY (New York Times.) Any fellow is easy to get aloiig with who i'3 nev-ar short. It's no trick at all to pick win ner. He always looks so happy. and brief cast of us, as is at present, proposed. Developments with regard to mat- ters oi this nature, so vital lo Hie progress and prosperity, not. alone of Pincher Creek, bui to the rich larni- country around it, will be watch- the keenest interest in this particular section. Like the I.ethbvidge and oilier boards oi trade, the. Pinchor Creek- ____ [organization of Hint nature has de- The trouble with most preachers is clarcd itself against the telephone they Know about the nest, j svstenv as it is being served in this world than they do about this. 1 community. This action on the, part I of the board look place at meeting Few men can govern themselves. re-election of officers took That is why so many of them get mar-1 N succeeding ried. iwarnock as president, R. iheiiifr elected vice-president. The must worlc women ho and the Pincher Creek board of trade, instead of the Chamber ot Commerce, as formerly. Rev. A. F.. Runnells, B.D., opened i.u evangelistic canipaign in the opera house here on Sunday afternoon at a meeting for. men only, and in the ev- ening at till: same place. The subject, of Mr. Himnull's address in the after- noon Was "Manhood wrecked and res- cued." Tim campaign, it is expected, will last two weeks or longer. Tile annual meeting oi the ratepay- ers takes place in the opera bouse on Wednesday evening, when the, council of will gite nn account ot their stewardship. Miss Florence Ilruce, Western Can- ada's favorite bus been en- gaged by 'he ladies of the Molhoilist church, and will appear here at an early date. The Ladles' Hospital Auxiliary hold (lie firsl of a scries of entertainments in the Baptist church on the after- noon and evening of Thursday next. For lack of. accommodation'in his present store, W. A. Frnscr lias op- ened out his gents' furnishings in Uic promises formerly occupied by II. Cooper. KPV. UT, D. Kcid, supF.riiilondenf ol liinue missions for I he Presbyterian church in Alberta, preached in a most acceptable milliner in Ihn church of Unit denomination here mi Sunday. DYSPEPSIA TBLETS i box all diUMisti'. at present having his property here in the bauds oi the Spokane -Land Investment Co. Another heavy snowstorm set.; in here Saturday afternoon and contin- ued falling until Sunday morning. The "temperature remains mild, however, add most people arc hopeful that an- other Chinook will follow in the wake of the storm. During the past week thicshing was once more general throughout this .notwith- sUndinj I lie high winda prevailing, but the latest snowfall has put fcir-iii rnmpleviou on things and pub threshing again on the huninier. According to the latest- figures, Un- cle Sam's farm hand pay roli renro- Ecnts :OWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Uteathr Breakfast" A day MI Cowan'i Cocoa day with a ckar bead and a steady day full of IMP and life. COCM nonruhes the body, It if rich in feed value and divert. DO YOU use OOOOA? i Dr.' Hewelsoli, if is slated, has 'ddiMl to leave Viuchrr Crcck, and is ANOTHER PROOF KUBELIK THE WORLD'S GREATEST MUSICIAN solecled for his conoert Jit Lctlibridge our Eiscli Miiiiii.ii.vo Gnu id Piano in c to nil others. MASON RISCH, LTD. Domiion Block ic 7M.: F. ;