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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 11) IS Till: LKTHHKIIXJK DAILY IIKRAL1) CHURCH SERVICES vue will If specially all interested in ST. ururj Srvuuu -Ue. aim St vi. fanon JIurrrl-VYiiglii. rector, Matiijs 11 am, Holy Communion ev- eiy Sunday morning al 8 a.m. ar.d at tli? eleven o'clock MI vice on the- jtirsl Sunday of tie umatb. Evensong All be Over Except the CovntFn9 of the Votes. Which Sunday uiiwl 10 a.m. 'ST. MAIIVS CIlUHCU-Kev. 0. HAVE MINISTER JNJN'HER CITIES _ (Continued Fioni Front nday Night It Will Take Place Tuesday It has Been a Great Forceful Contestants Made it Vote Standing Today Unlit Wednesday, When the Winners Will be Announced U tilt (Wiring Mn'Uc Ha. nill' 1 preach 'mi "Toe ol Ihe ANGLICAN Mrs itamsay will be ir.e AUKtSTlX'S Kn.iisli classes during Ike usual and rhildrfn's v. ill 1 fontiiraally c.cigt-J silt, w held ,iti Wednesda) Friit.iv at :M ''1C- a-lu-.-at-J ibi- Tf.Ki. instead 0M urn pi.u-ti.'c i stallalloii u! ilu- idat.l on Wednesday at 9 p.m. BELIEVERS '3 Hill. strcc-t. on the Lord's breaking "or bread at M j 11 Popljaio. rector. Holy cominiuiios Aetj S'Judjv at S a.m. Matins 11 .in. u In. Hui'djiy school. KvenEotig ii.m. Choral Kmhjrtst ou jfirsl Sundav ol Hie mouth al 11 o'clock ST. CYl'ltlAX'S CllL-KCII-Cor- OIIP moie working day after today. The bisli candidii'j slightly c-xcesds WJ.MI) in tin- standing. Tup linn; lowed the Md.C'OO. tour have over 200.000 mid six others are b'.-yond I'r.ndiiUtcs themselves know ivhclhcr (lie vote In ihu vapi-r Bl! ihey have or only a portion. 1 it !s safe to prvjlcl tbal tiiere Is a very coiisidcraMo rf.-crvc. Tim Is the- secret of the contestants. Kverything considered the subscribers liavo resiumdcd many of (hem the iudication-i are lliat there villl be a delueA; of fulfilled tho lust day. Theie is sllll a big tot ot (subscriptions 'available. All former closing have been prolitablc "gathering And many times the last day's tnsine.-s lias decided the iiriie candidates win. Itcally there been ''miff scd." Mh Ave. ami Klcvintb, St. Canon McMillen. rector. Matins 11 .m. Kiriifniij- in. Sunday cijool and UHile class three p. oly comniuiiii'ii the lirsl and liird riumhy at S.3D a.m. :nJ u'l IU, econn ami lourlli it [even o'clock seriice. ROMAN CATHOLIC THE PRIZES FIRST .SKCOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE FOURTH 125.00 KIFTH PRIZE............... 100.00 SIXTH PRIZE SEVENTH PRIZfi 40.00 EIGHTH .PRIZE -NINTH PRIZE................ 25.00 TENTH 25.00" of regular, prlze'wiuner priMJ then the difference, in cash, will b'o addcd'id Ihe-jirize.. according to the votes 'deposited 'the1 "contest office'up to'Friday evenfnfl. i t _ y MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, 917 8th St. S...........................'401.67 MISS VERTA PICKEL, 1312 Ave. too 11 an poisilv. }Je -.vjs tiald h.v an j oppouenit to to'the -aih j ity uf but lie is iu favor ot it, lie not lay for lac-'deem 11 ft-asio'.e uilh tl.t- dis uj. Ooepc-l Tlbution. He lhai with lireacking jii p.m. rcailius. j 1-ojniUtIou of iconic, a 7.13 JJ in. j riiillton dollar plant, a ifToisure .8APTIST of hundred pounds. as he KIKSTiiBAPTIST Clil'Kfll of Tbird'aveunc and Xinlli I eyrtern lo i j or hundred lOMier had reported on. would be llic only Hev. D. pastor, y-rvices 11 a rn. Taxcj Subjcvl, Cliristidd's Itoa-it." At j speake: tlnu-'ji u jjopalar note 'will uie.u-h. wel- :'TII AVK. HAITIST CIIL'IIC'II Vloruing (Jirl willi a An Krror Currect- nually. on that laxts be j'al lie advocated the .m. Sunday school, :l p.m. ervlce, Sermon at rach Ol'viro. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE vinsT ov CHRIST, nail. iiW. .1. H. nickel, pasior. lloyal HanVt li'.oe't. lO.-'iO a-m. I'rcachinj ser- ite al eleven a. lu. Wednesday ev- II a-m- and p.m., uhen iiilng icillmon; m-.ttiuj. .s.'W tiic Hcv. A. VT. Seeds, Xantnn. The reading rooni is of in lo every-; will preach. Christian Kr.dravcr at one every day three to five y.m. Everyone Is cordially inilled to al- end. SALVATION AP.MY for lirst- service Sunday. Com- fort -is .the word iiuw on. CHRISTIAN .CHRISTIAN' rllCHCH- Caledonian 71 p.m.. All aic V.1' M.' C. Men's motlin- -1. 15. i Sir.. ol Caltary, held the Citadel. ,arc Fifth strec'l, a a.m., Holiness meeting: p.m., praise ncelmg. and 7.3P, Salvation meeting Week nighis: Monday. S p.m.. public led by S' p.m.. Soldiera'' rhiiTSday. p.m., Sal.'aliou Ciludel band In allcndaiice: Salurday. S p.m., free arid eisy metiting. CHBISTADELPHIANS CHHISTADKl.lMllASS At 633 Tivclttir St., A., (between lilh will Jipeak. Hoys' Sunday Club 1.15. sundav ir! Jl'- Slaltcn speak. Hoys Ihirleeh'and over. The prb.e list ior the. ter.tli annual 7lh avenuesl. itieakin's ot Bread, 4 shdv.' pi tlic Lellihridge rooltry as- Kvcntng service p.m.'1 A sociatinn is noV ready and by the lecture will be dclnrml liy Mr. Sid- applications thai have, hero received Bepsmenls for ftone sov.ers. cement walks, paviuj; and grading he made on the basis of service luslojil of ryreadiiig the tax over the svbole cliy, wnuhl assess only (hose who bencJiltod by the imi'iove lu a ijuestion. he stated I thst he was in favo.- of direct labor, ihirly cent.s an hour wajes. and the! giving of employment lo married men! in preference lo single men. An Extremist? Alkln tirsl took up a aimed at him by llie WeeWv Ne nameiy that in his iefor.ii he was likely to develop into an eitrem isl. i "There is that dauRtr." he. "but my piactical life as a vrorklngiaan' ha3 robbed me of etxreme point of and my coniact with the world madfc such a development al- most an impossibility." lie pointed out the success such cities as Spokane, Hoslon and Schenectady had- experienced with miuisleis as firsl commissioners. They were not extreme, simply be- cause they have Had this same ex- perience.' A Financier Mr. Atkiifs new theme was the mat- ter of finance. A local publication had lioinled oul that he would be very much in the nature of a cosily ex- rev t liatsionl Suliiccl "The from oulsitie. .poinls this show will pertinent as a.financier. able- oi the llich wan'and be mucli. larger and belter than in I have any ir.orc cosily experin-.enfs Bi-'other years. Tiierc are 17 silver cups] than von.have had in the past. I j [or in addition to M would not itisult Ihe electors of I.elh. other special prizes. The show will Inidge by asking them lo Kvcribody welcome. Hring your blc.s. N'o collcclioji. LATTER HAY SftlNfS CHUnCJl OF JF.EUK CHIilST OF l.ATTEK DAY O. Hall.MOth SL S., near Y. M. C. be held in the poultry building al Henderson Park, January 7, S and the position of first commissioner, il I did not think I could do bettor my p-c-decessors." said he. (Applause.) MR. WM. K. HINDLEY, MI3S ROSE MARKER, Cardrton, Alta MISS MAYME McMAHQNi Bironi, HISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St. Kllda, AIU...... MISS H. E. SIMPSON, Frink. MRS. E. -llth'St.S.........-.'.. MR. EDGAR SA1N9BU.RY, Crmnbrook, B. C.. MR. WALTER SA: t.'i MISS MARY McDONALD, MR. EDWARD READ, Plneher.Station, Alberta ETHEL SAUNDERSl (23 Vtkh'st. S........ MRS. A. B. PIPES, 4H 5th Ave. S. MRS. O. H. BENSON, pl.mdnd MISS BESSIE BEATON, 7BO St. S.......... MISS EVA HUTTOH, 8H Ave. S......._..... 0. ..Mr. .K. .S.. Uarker and .Mr. J. 9.15 a.m. OIRccrs and teachers Shackljton'have tjccu secured lo place] And before he had finished, Mr. At- 19 a. m- Sundaj School; 2 These two geuticmcn! Mn had everyone in tho hall con- given at Cal- j vinced Ilia't he kuc-w. more about i: ii-ary sbow Ihis-ueet. I linnclrg than he had been yicen credit The quality, potillry at the Cal- i fov. He. fully the -three oacrimert meetios. Visitors ahyays'- Ilishop D. S. Young. 1211 rd avc. S. Tbooo PENTECOSTA.L Your Vote and Influence Respectfully Solicited W. S. HARVEY A. J1. IN8T. C. K., A. M. CAN. SOC. C. E., Yiuir City Engineer For Commissioner of Public Works PRACTISE WHAT VOU "ECONOMY" WITH If the City of Lrlliliriilgc is not in a position lu ;my aival .iiiionnt Capital ICxpcmlilurc. then llic cost of llio Commissioner of 1'iililic Works oflict! will be diiirgcd to Miimlcnmiiv iinil paid oul of Current Account. liy r-k'Cling W. S. Iliiivcy 1o Uiis pnsilioii you will br saving flic snliiry of one liiijhly puitl official. The experience of your (Hly Knginccr L-nvers a jier- ioil of 1-1 yours, durini; which time he had charge of (IcsiKii (inil conslnk'lion of llie works: Sewer work iiml piniipint! slaliuii in Millon, Somcr- sei; (iravily water line, reservoir nnd distrihulioii sys- lein .at ('lieililur, Siiinereel; Pier work ;il West Africa; Street Railway constriicjinn. lirit-k and tile sewers fur flic.Municipality of Chesterfield; Hridgc foun- dations, widening :il Hull Yorkshire; Intercepting and Storm sewer designs in Toronto. Connected with your Cify Kngiiicer's Department .for past two and a half yenns. Credeuliiils leslifying to his ahilily on all the above work aivopcn.lo llio. inspection .of the public. 1? M.S03 MISS LAURA TELFER, Fernic, B.C..................... MRS. L. B.'SPARKS, MR. QERALD OULMACE, Bow lllar.d, Alta............... MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 313 St. N............... MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6tn MR. WM. ISAAC, Noblelord, Alta. 51.700 M1S3 HELEN LEE, 108 5th Avt. S............................. MISS MOORE. 1731 Sth Ave. N. CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Blood RcKirve, Macleod 26.30; MISS CLARA BJORKBLAO. 1220 5th Ave. S....... SCHUTINEER COMMITTEE As a further guarantee to candldntes In the Herald coulcst, each con tAStanl who wishes may appoint a member .of the Scnitinp.ur committee wlio'tie. bnsinetis it shall be; U> look info .the- method.of tssuing votes 'ain attett lo iV.i counting of the 'A. lleniicrson Candidttca residing ouUido of Lethljiidxe may appoint friend Vli lives In the city to act on this conunitlee if il is not convenient to have representative from their home- town. The thorough manner in whltli Mr Oibfon of Henderson ft Co. looked 6ver the records and bookc u-hen ;venr; 1 Itjp Ihc winner of the special prir.r Is a suffitienl gnnra'ntec llmt evjry coi tMtanl will get a lair couct al the cltwe. ilon-ercr, it Is the wlFli of th campaign manager Mitt .the publicity be given lo the final ' and awarding ol the prizes, find for that reason this special.committee been migKCsteil. i gaiv a PBSTKCOSTAL MEKTI.VGS and local'cs- ic home ot Mr. Simmrncll, lijbitrjrs have rasrji'd off a ?ooil lilrd ininulcs walk. priiej. bi 'hli rom the car t S o'clock, Thursday avenhigs at 'clock, siu'cial. waiting on the Lord OT 'the Bspiism ot the jloly Spirit. Tues Jay evenings js 0[ local breeders1 winnings cocVercl, first, Sunday morning at- 10.3'J 1-'. King. cock, and thinl. lundaii-.enUl 01 "i.amely. costing: eniiilibrium ar.d the check of'Iejkage- Sinclj- ner cent i of the business failures due. he i r.rserled. to a lack of nndersidndi'Ti, liie first prlncinle of casii-c. on.! ir I.ethhvldie lias had failures, he triimkil rth jm lo a lack oi the exact knowledge a thing is going (o cost.j While- Orpiiislr.ns-First, cock. ]uuch tas Beell LUTHERAN phrics." ST. K1KST I.UTHKRAN ulack Jlinorcas, li. 1.1 first, .' cih Ave. and (V. Spencer. .cenlh St.' Ilcv. C. Grail, iiuff Wyar.doltcs-nnl and fnirrl Sunday, November 11 thirJ cockerel and first'and and 7.30 p.m. Ocnnan.'scrvices 10 thijil pullcl, i K. King, a.m. Sunday sflinol X p.m.- j C. Broivn Khil and League, .Wednesday's'. jFccoad rock, lirsl acd second Lrns, .B13LS second cockerel, Sam .lonfS.''' allll-E STUD.j Sara ,jmips in KXTS' C25 13th H; S.: Meets OTtrySusflay at 3 p.m. r'rip'nrls interested aro iliviieil. CHUItC'l! OF CHRIST Labor and UEack It. C. Black b'cconil cock. sccorid l.fn, pulhl, lirst cockerel and -Bros. first R. C. While llanlams-Kirsl cock, hen, cockerel and .iiutlet; Westbroot Dins. Silver cock, hen, corkcrel and imllet, .Wcstbrool; Rros. ob- Ilall.-every Sunday at-ll a.m.- lor irealkitig of hrean. METHODIST VVKSI.KY CHUftCll-Uev. G'. II. Cobbledlclc', pastor. -Itesiiicncc, 320 ICleventh St. Phone 101. Morning sub-1 prize lisls can he ieci; "Our Magn.i Chatta." Anthem, taineil ol P. "Turn Thy Kate from my Sins." and) qnattelte. ".Saviour. lead, me lest tl stray." Kvrninp subject, "Public Oi- fices. Trusts not Jlonopolies.'' An: _ them. "Hearken Vnlo Me." f-'elccted: chorus during cfiertory and solo, Yn-r.-. WKaTMIXSTKK .1.1 II. Francis, paslor. -luniur congrCRA-'1 lion :in- the at' Mr. 1. ff. Qnaylc will speak in the' Improvements Some new lig'ut was cast on Mr. At- kin's programme of improvements. In connection with work of these Ini- i nrnvements in favor of having all llie work possible dope by local tradesmen and' laborers al gooil wages. There nre forty-five leakages In in the old wooden water mains, cost- Mr. Atkin year lo In- alalliiUon of now pipes. The subway should be completed speenlly and efficiently as possi- ble. Level crossings are a great souice. ot danger, and we have had some' ciose squeaks lately. The electric light and telephone poles should be placed in the alleys as much as possible. That Library VOTERS: Here is my position re The Waterworks (a) Repair and safeguard the present sytlem, (b) Thoroughly investigate 'whether we- can our present source 'of supply bfore any large amount on sanie. (c) If better supply and system cannot be found and financed, that an u-p-tordate filter or sedimentation system be installed. (d) That the water-mains be extended where ever they wifl pay, even if it will cut or reduce the present profits as it is an ab- solute necessity, for the populating and building of the city. IF YOU APPROVE OF IT, VOTE FOR iUf 1'UBLIC WORKS nig MOO; each lo repair. apply this >KiOO Uaymond, inteiesling tilication tliis iscek of the honor iroui the secretary of the Albfrla council. QUITE A NUMBER ENTER .THE MUNICIPAL FIELD THERE II. B. Cowan, managing editor of Farm and Dairy, Peterboro, has been j appointed an honorary member of the Canadian Conocil of Asricultare. RULES FOR THE CLOSE OF THE CONTEST As statdil at the beginning of IlcriM's Kubscrlnlinn Campaign, and reprftlcil many tiroes since that lime, the will close Monday. December .Monday. City candidates -wiii'-'nc aiioTicii-ijnlii 11 o'clock Monrlny nlgtil lo turn la subdcriptlons. f.'aarllilalfes ontafdi! of the clly of I.cthbridgo will be allowed lo mail subscription reports Monday tiijlit. If too late to-have the jiosi office stamp on tbc envelope, the candidate should have one or moro iHl- sign this sutcment written on Uie hack of the envelope, "Mail- ed before mldnlsnt, Monday nlglit, December 111." All rnmitlanccs must be accompanied by express money order, post, offlce money order, or bank draft, payable at. par In l.ethbrlrfge. Any pereooal cheques must be marked "accepted." Tlir final count will Ue held Tuesdny evening, at 8 o'clock, In the contest ofllcc In the Acudta Initldlng. W. A. Hendei-eou. t Co., chartered accounlanls, will liave charge of the counlliiB of llic CandtriAles arc IrivJlcd to ur; Tlic awarding of the prlzf-t IE n simple process: The candidates'havine llic highest vote will drat prlic, lisvlng llie second litglicfit vote so.on until ten prlzon nrc taken up. The remaining! active he paid 10 per cent commission upon all Euljacrlptlon collections. lUmcmter thst the, contest closes .Monday nlBlit nnd thai (lie (ount- 'Ins of llic voles will ho lielil nlBlit at tho contest nnicc In. Ihc- Acudla hnildlng. .rj Hi .1. If. Ilivers in thc'rasc will shortly come up in v.-bich pi-rnTii'tTi'Ii- "Tlic Modern TrcMmFnt-'Jlark Y. Crovali ami. C.. II. .Smith of Iifli'vi.wnls." are the parties cou-crnrd. It, appears Sunday school nnd iilhle classes at 3 I'wt Mr. .Smith allowed his liogs to p.m. All are welcome. Kill at targe this summer, and somf. PRESBYTERIAN ago they alleged lo have] KMIV hroSen an opening into Mr. CroxaM's, trr, Itcv. A.Ci. Camtron, Public-wor-. K'an.irj, lettir.g wheat rim onlo II-a.m. and 7.W p.m. The min- ster Maelroil, Nov. aldsrmantc aspirant plant is brginiiiiiR to" blos- som and two more- buds have1 r.ow pcarcd. Messrs. C. Kiley and In regard to the library qnestlon, i Workman have Wen urge'l to Mr. Alkin said: i ler the- race for council so that their It ran be (tone, it ought to be (lone, jeutrr now ensures'a lively, contest, and 1C abolished, and must bfi Kvening "A mirror for Com- missioners.1' All tlie candidates .are. attend. Sunday school.' nt 2 p.m. and p.m. All arc cfimr. L' THiN'ii'Y CHURCH, HAitniiv 0. Marsli, mission'-' OLD SHIP DISCOVERY tomlnti. Nov. Scott's oM ahln In the first Antarctic was acuired yesterday from Ihc Hudson's Ray Co., by Foster BUckhouse. lender of the llrl'.i-h Antarctic cvpc.lltion tn Services, morning at The Sn'lhe. .'ormsr voyage, so thol when Letnbrlnge is the Tilts ing proprietor of ,lhc new American holfi, has purchased a nobby -looking so that .liaclr.od now has two np-lo-datc conveyances for transport- ing travellers to and from Ihc sta- tion. ANOTIIKI! WATKIl SYSTIOM Mr. -I. U. McLean is cot (he calf one- who has a complete and coatet.- ipfrly. Mr. Hugh. Macintosh, who TIRS bad a well boring outfit oa hie film, liis struck water at 77 'iwl. The water came up to-within four left of. the top of the well, and bt; con- now In supply .'.his buildings and itrigalt' a.'portion p! The Supply robivany have fnhancrrl 'appejr.-inee'' o He concluded hl6 talk witb a. brief jikrir pultlitg-In'-'a large 'late glass front. HONOItAKY >'K, For Divine ineilieal Instruc io classes. Dr. II. N'yblc'l TO Vancouver, New Westminster and toM not control the taloons, would endeavor lo eonrrol thflr evils. aecoiinf of the of Ibe Inspection of food, and or wdghts and -measures, also the. Imrcndlnjr demand of the ne- fcr nrovcr _ II o'clocV. Kicning at 7.M. -Sahbath.was frozen In tins Ice field for I burg. of tlie wcsl, she at Thn. sur- slum illl he free of hern appointed an honorary life member of tht St. John's Ainyyla _'l'hc doctor received Kmmd Trip from Lctbbridge lie I vi rn Limit-, April S 1914 Dcpdl Ticket Oflicc, Pliono 512 TICKETS ON SALE DEC. 11, 1? 13. JAN- 16, 17, FEB. 10, 11, 12. DAWSON, Diltrlct ;