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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY j-iatiirday, November 30, 19.12 ECZEMA Alto'calltd tetter, Silt Rhtum. Prur Weeping Skin, ECZEMA. CAN BE CURED TO ATAY, and when I say cured, I mem just what 1 iind no merely patched up for awhile, to re turn worsts than before. Remember inake this broad statement after put ting ten yearn of my thne'on this OIK disease uud handling in the mean-Unit a quarter of a million cases of thl.i dreadful disease. Now 1 do not care what all you have used, nor how miw> doctors have told you that you i-ould not be I ask is JUBI a chance to show you that I know what I am talking about. If you will write me TODAY, 1 will send you a FREE TRIAL of my mild, guaran- teed cure that will convince you more In a day than 1 or anyone else could iu a month's time. If you are dis- gusted and discouraged, dare you to give me a chance to prove my claims. By writing me today you enjoy more real comfort than you had ever throught this world holds for you. Just try it and you will sec- 1 am telling you the truth. D. J. E. Cannaday, 2111 Park Square Sedalia, .Mo. References: Third National Bankun Ref: Third National Bank, Sedalia. .Mo. Could you do a better act than to send this notice to some poor sufferer of Eczema? CHTJKCH SERVICES WESLEY T. P. Perry, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and p.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class 3 p.m. The musical ser- vices for the day will be, morning, PRICE IS 10 IP 1'romi'si'd to seriously consider subility double schedule on .Udersydi? line. Will take with proper officials ami departments the switching charg- es on coal .complained oi by local in- dustries. Will trace nut delays OH local freight to points in Lt'thbridRe dis- tributiiifi ili-sirk-t, complained oi by ..L-tlibridgt1 wholesalers. Denied that Calgary C.I'.K oflteiuls so wrapped up in real estate thai they could not look properly af- er Lethbridge's interests. The above, in enVct, was the result of a special meeting oi the Board oi 'rade executive yesterday afternoon, tailed to meet Supt. Price, of Cal- ;ary, and to say the least, it cleared he air. Officials of tlie company and also ot he Board, of Trade went to the .uccting with blood in their eyes. The C.P.R. officials thought the Board of Trade should have taken complaints p with the -eneral superintendent at Calgary before taking them over his head to the vice-president's office at Winnipeg. The members oi the Board that they thought they had anthem, "Incline Thine and oi-, been taking their complaints up with fertory solo, Rhynd Jamieson, the proper officials, and as they had evening, anthem, "Onward Christian! ]iarpjng on what were clearly and offertory solo, "King; for a whole year with little David's Khynd Jamiesou. KN'OX Hev. A, Gr. Cameron. Services, 11 a. in. and 7.30 p.m. The minister will preach at both services. Morning subject, "Hiding from God." Evening, "The Test and Reward of Faith." Sabbath school and Bible classes 'will mett ut 3 ,p.m. Special music at the morning service. Anthem: "Sins', O Daughter of Zion" solo, "Take up Thy Dross" .Miss Simm. v ST. CYPKIAX'S CHURCH (AN- Eighth avenue and Eleventh street. Rev.. Canon McMil- len, rector. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class 3 p.m. Baptism -i p.m. Evensong p.m. -Mr. Allen, secretary of the -M.S. C.C., will deliver an address. Holy Communion at S.30 a. m. on the first third Sundays and at the eleven o'clock service on the second and fourth Sundays the n.'onth. 1257 8th avenue A. south. Breaking of bread p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. A 1-cture will be delivered by Sidney T. Baisfurd, subject, "The parable of rich man and Lazarus." Every- body welcome. Bring your Bibles. Xo collection. AVE3TM1NSTER CHURCH (Meth- Joseph Wcodsworth tor, will occupy the pulpit in the' morning and 1-n the evening Mrs. W. E. Sibky, returned missionary from China, will deliver an address. Sun- day school and Bible class 3 p.m. All arc heartily welcome. ST. AUGUSTIN'S ner 2nd Avc., and 8th St. Rev. J. E. Murre.MVright, rector.. Holy commun- ion every Sunday morning at 8 a.m. .Matins 11 a.m. when Mr. Allen, secre- tary of the M.S.C.C. will deliver1 an address. Sunday school and Bible class at 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST holds Sunday school at 10.30 a.m., followed by a preaching service. Evening service is held at Hev. J. B. Fickle, 1312 Sixth avenue south, is pastor. ST. PAUL'S FIRST At the borne of Rev. C. Grant, t'Ui uvenuo south, Sunday, Dec. 1, no Fcrviccs, pastor will he in Warner. Sunday school 2.30 p.m. Wednesday catechism class 4.30 p.m. and Bible study 7.30 p.m. Thursday afternoon the Ladies' Coita Society 'will meet with Mrs. Pittnrd. 12th street north.' Luther League will meet on Thursday evening at S p.m. result they had taken their grievances to where they could get- action. Supt. Price, when 'he heard the charges, said he had heard nothing oi them, and believed he could have set them right had he been riven a chance. However, as the matters were laid before .the meeting.in detail no time was lost- in considering them. The train service on the Aldersydc branch was tlie most important mat- ter. Supt. Price said he believed that Lethbridge was not getting all that was coming to them in this matter, but ihe train had been put on in a hi' cry to accommodate Stampede crowds. No objection from Leth- bridge had ever-reached his ears, and he thought everyone was satisfied. So far as delayed freight is c.m- cerned, specific instances oC delays in transmission of goods from 'oca! wholesale houses were given. Mr- Price admitted that there was omj- thing wrong when Calgary shipments can reach Maulcod days earlier hau shipments from Lethbridge. He would make a special investigation in this complaint. As for the switching charges of 20 cents on coal from the local mines, he said switching charges were not under his jurisdiction, hut he thought ihe trouble fay in a misunderstanding between the1 natural resources and freight departments. He would take it up with the heads of both depart- ments, and do his best to rectify the ft A Good Time to Select Christinas Gifts and SIMPSON'S IS THE PLACE You'll say so when you've seen through the magnificent collection of pretty and useful Gift Things now ready for sale at this store. We would Advise Early Buying Fancy Silk Embroidered is SHOPPING BAGS SLIPPER BAGS .SEWING BAGS and Motor Veils and Opera Scarfs Motor up to Opera Scarves.................'... up to Silk Knit to Mercerised Mufflers 50c. Back Combs, Side Combs and Barettes 20c up to each Vino quality comb sets, in black, grey, amber and shell. Sparkling brilliants sot In pure gold, per set up to Liberal Leaders Stand by Policy (Continued from front page) ished both sides cheered heartily. He hoped thai in Cabinet Council, Foster, who first brought don-n the resolution would urge a truly Canad- ian naval policy, with a permanent navy, which in time of stress would render all possible aid to the Empire. He .said that he would urge that we do our duty to the Empire and with our own men. The Lauriep -Policy Referring to what old govern- ment had do-ne, lie said that it had been deckled to -build a certain num- ber of ships In Canada. They were prepared, when the elections were called, to let the tenders. A number Ladies' Neckware A better stock now to select from. All the Lace Jabots, tailored silk mil pique. Stock Collars, Knitted String Ties, Luco CO Aft Yoke Collars and coat Collars. 25 cents up to vfciVU Silk Hose For Women Per Pair, 50c. Black, White Fink, Sky I Xmas Hankerchief Sale has Begun We are proud of our Handkerchief stock. You'll Jlnd liore fine sheer qualities reasonably priced In H. S. Linen, Initialed Linen, Em- broidered Linen, Venetian Lace and Real Irish Hand Em- CO A A broidered. Each1 10c and up Gent's Neckware and Gloves A full new Christmas stock just to hand; cut Silk and Knitt- ed Ties in a choice collection of colorings.- Prices 50c and 35c Fine Mocha and English Cape Gloves, to Hole-proof Hosiery FOR MEN AND WOMEN 25c, 35c and SOc. Every pair insured Comfortable Long Kimonas Heivy Eiderdown Kimonas, with silk facings, collar and cuffs and heavy girdles. Prices each up to Dress Silks for Evening Wear 3S inch CHIFFON TAFFETA, beautiful soft finish materials, in Tuscan, Apricot and Cerise, Five yards will make the dress 56 inch RICH MESSALINE Cream, Sky, Pink, Tan, Navy anil Black. A great value at the price. 44 inch SILK CREPONS, CREAM, CHAMPAGNE AND ROSE Per Yard.....................'................................... New Linens Every woman who appreciates hand work should see our New Xmaa Stock of Hand Embroidered Linens, Centres, Trays, Doilies, and Runners. Also Hund-Made Cluny Lace Trimmed Linens. READY TO WEAR DRESSES 25 per cent off This reduction applies, to every Dress In the Store, either silk or wool material A TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT Kid Gloves of Guaranteed Quality for Chrisimas Gifts 24 inch Kid Gloves, in black, tan, brown and white, per pair...... t Two button kid Gloves, colors tan, grev, .beaver ei