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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 4, 1 THE'LETIIBIUDfiE DAILY ITEKALB are pnces for ay and live stock. For in- formation call or write SIMPSON 1110 6th Ave., S. Phone 792 Leihbrldge Miner Emerged in Remarkable Condition Considering His Awful Experience Transform Tour Home fitly the Hew Wail Papers The season is.advancing, when you' will spend most of your time in the house. Are. your rooms looking dingy] If so, phone for us and we will advise you .ac-tp the best way to innke them bright and. oheerful at a small cost. NOW IS THE BEST TIME IOK OUTSIDE WELLINGTON BROS. AND PAINTERS AND DECORATING 10th'Street S. Store: 310 Sherlock Building. "Phone 1472. Phone 1752. a (He ot Inp from the tunnel he rallied the appearance ot the prisoner. He caua from tote vrapped lu a grey ot him was a miner ready to assist him If needed, 'bul he walked with agility, considering hts ex- perence. The motl cottceat.e thing about Cc-ntrslta, Pa.. Oct. Toshesky. prisoner since Friday of jjjim hit pallor. He climbed to .....lha rim of tie pit unaided. A itrtlch- er hid been taken to the foot and there plenty wlUiBj to carry him, but lie would not It. He was Ijlad to get out, but acted as If It wtrc an old Etory to him and noth- ing over whlcb to make a Half way up ttie pit ToictsXy was flopped and posed for a photograph together with Dr. u. u. Fortner, who has been constantly In touch with him since communication was eatabliibed Tuesday and lo wiium Is largely due At I the good health of the man. asl week in an abandoned t tlio mine ot the 'aHey C'cal Ccrapauy, walked ou1, a rco anil comparatively well man this morning. He was taken to his home n Ceulralla and put to bed apparent y none ihs worse for hla pxpcrtencea. At 7.15 a.m, the last barrier coal was driven away. This wis .when a miner crtwled to Ibe mouth of (he lunnel and called for blankets and lot water to be sent down. The work of getting the man ready for the occupied the next few minutes. CHURCH SERVICES ANGLICAN ST. CHII11CH Corner Second Ate. ar.d St. Hev. Canon MunoS-Wiigiit, itctor, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ney T. fhtsford. Subject, "God's cecdmg Great and Precious Promis- as mealed in the Scriptures. welcome. Hrlng your Bi- bles. No collection. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OT LATTER DAY S. E ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. 'and nt the eleven o'clock service on the first Sm.itsy of the Evensong 7.30 p.m, Sunday nchoc) 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CmiltCH-Hev. C. H. Popfcain, rector. Holy communion every Sundiy at S a.m. Matins 11 a.m." 3 p.m. Sunday school. Evensong- 7.30 prn. 'Choral Eucharist on lliej" first Sunday of the month at II ST. CYPIUAN'5 ned 8lh Ave. and Eleventh St. 'in'... Canon McMiUcn, rector. Matir.s 11 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p. m. -Sunday school.and, Hible class 3 p. m. The rbctbr toadies the adult Bible i-kss, to uhich all are cordially iuvitt-d. Holy communion, on the first and third Sunday at 8.30 a.m. and.in the. second and fourth Sundays it the Special Har- vest Hocuc services. Hall, lOlh S, Jirar Y. M. C. A, a.m. Otticers and teachers meet- ing; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 .p.m cacramert meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bistop B. B. 3rd ave. S. 'Phone 6S5. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Fashion Decrees False Hair Must Pzshlon'E decrees are frequently of an uncompromising nature, and yet we. all bow to her mandates with humility. The late reaction to plain styles ot hair dressing IE decidedly gratifying to almost everyone. The prevailing Idea seenu to be simplicity, coolness com- lort. The uncomfortable masses of germ harboring false hair and rali are, -when possible, bDing caet wide and the- -woman or miss, who cores to strictly up- to-date, is rclylcg upon her own natur hair for adornment. This means that more painstaking .c must be eierted In saving one's hair and In enhancing Its beauty. The Modish World Adopts Newbro's A. 0. Grant, pastor, Sunday, Octo- Thursday alteiiiopn the Ladies' Cot- ta society ivill meet with Mrs. Man- waring, Hth St., S. BIBLE. STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL.. BIBLE. STUD. ENTB1. At 63S 15th "Meets'every SuaJay at 3 p.m. Friends'- Interested are Invited. CHURCH' OF Labor Haii; every Sunday at 11 a.m. -.lor breaking of bread. PENTECOSTAL PRNTECOSTAL MEETINGS At horae of Mr. Sinimonett, 1383 tta tine of Atlantic Bleim (HipWnf. (wo partial etcanien Wtt to the CunmnJ Canialan Service, and s oat cUn cabin (III third cUu. These splea'dfd shipj'afTord cttrr comfert foi the 6f jxusenjen. 5Ued iriUi etc., In fact, LWnel, E..V MACMfKEKT AWOWTMENTS.' Gymusluni, mod Covered S ATUNO DECEMBER Ml, Hill 'Hi Torpaitlcuiici cf MlHitzl anj serrfcea Imn Uon'.real, Portland, Boctoa antt Hnr apply 14 total Ai-mli, or ,3 THE CUMA11D JTEAMSWr CO, LTD. M4 StraM, ViTNNITEC. 6AFTSST FIRST Dr." Spen- cer preaches at 11 a! tn. Communion otter morning serriccs. New racmters. Third Ave.; north, Tuesday evening! will be Sunday school and at S o'clock, Thurtday-evenings-at ii Adult lii Me class'at 3 p.m. Rev. til-jVclock.-special 'waiting on-the Lord incr Green .will preach at 7-30 jfpr the Baptism oT the Holy-Spirit Strangers welcomed.. -land drink ol tbe Water of Life freely. FIFTH AVli. BALT1ST CHURCH j Sunday' morning' at 10 o'clock, 're-! H. Elmer- Green, pastor. of the Lord's deatb. Ser- 11 a.irf. and 7.30 p.m. Morning subject, Home." Chil- dren's choir. Sunday 'school 3 p.m. Dr. Spencer of the: First .Uaplist _ church, will have clratce of.the' even-.- ing service. L'omc and get a spiritual j treat hy hearing the doctor's sermon. KXOX Rev. A. .Cr. Cameron. Services II a. in. and 7.30 p.'m. The- Sarrament ol the Lord's Supper 'will he at the morning service., jcct "HaHowing (Soil's, Name." Sab-i bath school, all departments at .3 p. in. Chinese class P-ni- Strangers and visitors always welcome. 1 ST. 011U A. C.'Btyan, miuiMe'r." Moniing! sub- ject, "As a tool rlietli." Evening sub- ect, '.'The Kod' tlod.'L Sunday- school and'Bible classes 3 p.m. CHRISTIAN _______ the administration totalled Cn.tdor-jan :Rcv. J. R Pickle, increase over first hall ot pastor. 10.30 a.m., Sunday, fiscal expenditure hy preaching smice. Lxing, thick, luxuriant hair Is irere a question of care and cultivation. If ,..i: '...vufc's. and the haTr is dull Vrltile. uneven and .coatfns out with 'v it la because lit llfe'ii by the presence of, din- Such a condition demands the rex "ir intelligent use ot >fpjt informed and HIM people everywhere are aware of thie'and rely upon the world's bept-Vnown scalp nroyhylactlo. to kaep the scalp free from dandruff and to give to tbe hair that life, luitre and lux-, uriaiice wliicli are so beautiful. The odor of JlEKPiCIDE (a esquHlte, tho sensation of coolness and cleanliness a delight and results arc Irenuently astonishing. TRY A READ OUR BOOKLET If not acquainted with the efficiency ot-the molt popular of all sanitary hatrMlrMilags, tend- 10 cents In postage or sliver (to pay pofitago and packlog) for a trial size vo uocile and booldet on the care ot the SEE COUPON APPLICATIONS AT THE BETTER BARBER SHOPS ANO HAIR DRESSING PARLORS. TWO SIZES, Kc AND SOLD AND GUARANTEED EVERYWHERE. J. HIGraBOTFTAM Co., Limited SPECIAL AGENTS EXPENSES INCREASED OVER 17 MILLION REVENUES 1N- CREASED FIVE MILLION. Now is the Time to Book Your Passage Ottawa, Oct. 4. The financial statement for the Dominion lor the first halt o! the fiscal year' shown ly returns up to the end ol September. 'Expenditure on consolidated luai! ac- representing ordinary cost of to the Old Country Secure accommodation AT ONCE for the Fall arid Xmiis Sailings of these magnificent Steamships and so avoid disappointment. From MONTREAL (at daylight) and QUEBEC rROYAL QEORQt SATURDAY, OCT. 18 SATURDAY, NOV. 1 SATURDAY, NOV. 15 ROYAL EDWARD ROYAL QEORGE XMAS SAILINGS EDWARD WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3 .QWROE. TUPSOAY, DEC. 16 R From HALIFAX 1.i p.ra.) Aik any Railway or Stejmihlp for IlluitrJtcd booklet, rates, etc., or write A. H. DAVIS, General Ag-nt, Canadian Northern Steimthlpi, Ltd., Miln BURQLARY IN TORONTO. Toronto, Ocl. guilty to burglarizing Stein'ft Niesenbaum's Jewelry store on Queen" street west, Much of this tiati been recovered. r'rank Piloffer was sentenced lo three ycara in the penitentiary by" Magistrate SlCCO worth f were taken frotn this store. r submit t? a r.e.a'dache Is lo wls'.e energy, tlmo' and comfort Toilop It aloncasimply TaV.e s NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers v.111 ccnflrm our slaitmcr.l tn-.ydo not coriiiln anylhln; thai can harni hcarl or nervous iyilem. a MATlOKAL bttUI AAO CHCM1CAL CO. Or LIMITED. 124''' tfan KndDavor nt 7 p.m. followed by pleaching. All are. welcome, ROMAN CnTHOUC ST. H. RoBcntlisl. paBtor, Her. I1, jilnlwe- mass 9.39 l.m. High 11 a.tn IOEJUI ii...... iiu p.m r.. CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST FIRST ClHJRCil OF CHRIST. Dank block. Ser- vice' at 11 a.m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony mtetlng. S.OO p.m. room Is open to one every day from tbree lo five p.m. Everyone la cordially invited to at- tend. SALVATION ARMY Scrvicei are held at ttm Citadel, Ftrcct, as Suni! a.m.. Holiness mccllns; 3 meeting and 7.30, Salvation' meeting. Week nlghls; Monflar. 8 p.m.; public: meellng, led by" S pm. Soldiers' "nicetlSe: TniiTtaay: 8 p.m.. Salvation meeting, Cllartel banil In attendance: Saturday, 8 pjn. freo and easy meeting. WESTMINSTER JICTHODI'ST J. H. 1'rar.cis, pasttfr. Hcsidenc 1271 5th Ave., N. Telephone. 1655 Kervlces 11 a.m. and 7.30, when Mr. H. H. Crag? .will pre.ich. Sunday 'rnool BIMe clisscs.3 p.m. WESLEY ClU'nCH Hcv. 0. pastor. Kcsfdfnte. 320.: Eleventh St., S. 1'hoce Morn-] ing tr.e, Test: o! Life." Evcninj subject, tnatactct; sVetchfs, "The .Sunrtay schcola.nd lltblc classis 3. pirn. Kverjbody welcome. .CHRISTAOELPHIANS ClIliiSTADKU'lIIANS At c5s Twclflh SI., A.; N; 6th and 7tti avenncsl. Itreaktnc ol p.m. Kveninsj Rervlre lecture will be delhcrcd Sit- Ciiris- increase To- expenditure increase IT WAS QUITE MOIST ALL RISHT .AND WILL DO G006 Thd-belated September jnoTtetorm hsa arrived at lasL The opinions re- garding it are, about equally divided, and although the farmers who still have grain to thresh, have been com- pelled to cease operations, they that the moUture is very seasonable, In that It will freshen'the soil, adding moisture for next year's crop, and maViis the ground.more fit for fall ploaiug: ..Tbe stoirin. seems to be .msinbat localized, although it ith lor half year toialW ir.ctease Cus- toms revenue increased'by excise by and post office bv Total custonig revenue lor past month >s'et public -m- debt at' end ol 75, dcciease of during, the nonlh. WOlERGCREDATIOKfl Women's dlsordtfa -from the very beelimlnK'.Qf. Ik to ths mild, but-effec- live. acUon of Orangt.LHy. two or three (Usrs "after cpmnwncir.j Ita UM the Improvement O uotlceabl e, and this Impraveroer.t I ft condnues unlil Ifao patlenl is, tiletely cured. Orange -Uly xrp'.lrd or local and Ml dtrpctly on woarunly crjaiw, rr.ovinff the congestion, tonlrif ud on woarunly crjaiw, n lrif ud _roke Into the liarwnre store'of.T. Scott, anil stole knives, nd other arllclcs. extenajrig pretty well to the and cast. The crops to be thrtshcd In tie south are few, and W. II. Fair- Bold, director c-! Ihe experimental fann' puts percentage already threshed In Southern-Alberta at 60: The neaeori has'Ireen-admittedly tic best for many years, anrl more grain hai been put thronglit thd thresher this ypar, up to the prewnt time, than was threshed last year up to Novem- ber lit.' amount of moisture pre- cipitated ,up to tbo time of going to abpoCOIi The snsep tattle rnen who have been pasturing ttw.Cliln Coulee all summer are badly; up Against it for range, as.the'C. P. R. nave sig- nified tHelr Intehtipn of opening .up I his tract for seUlc'ment, and further- lore the recent fire practl- DECIDE TO HOLD A SUMMER SCHOOL AGAIN NEXT YEAH OFFICERS ELECTED cally spoiled it as range land. Are jou o( those (o every meat tJ anolher Mum o( All are'eagerly nwaltlng thi government's announcement ot the opening of Blood reserve and .the forest foothill sheep range's, although thc-.lalter will be of--service only'. In summer, leading sheepmen, saytnat If they had been able.to pasture it during the past summer, they would have plenty of range the "present Itmt. The .present' snow1 storm -will. hard on some, of tho lite Iambs, es- pecially in View of "tbe'facl thLt Uio feed Is limited.; The annual Sunday school anrl Ep- Worlh League convention of the Leth- bridge, High River and.Macleod.dll Irlcts of tte Methodist church pass- ed oft most BMccessfully on Tuesdiy, and Thursday of this week. There was ft good attendance of delegates, and aU enjoyed 'and pro- fited by Ihs excellent programme which hid been preptTCd. The ecU dlsrussed Included industrial wndttions, loclal K'rvlce. Cbristlan citizenship, the Immigrant problem, missionary the devo- tional life, methods for young people's and Junior work, etc. Apart from Ihe members of the districts, Rev. A. C. Farrcll, of Calgary, and Her. J..P. Wcstman, field secretary of Sunday schools, were present, and materially contributed to the success of tie Eathering." -The o! recent Summer tchool licld at Flncbtr Creek. v decided the conventton to bold lar jchool .tie1-.'arrmiie-. meals being left haiidl executive. Thanltt were 7 en to tba rttlring for, food work, and the following ofllcn' 't were elected for the eoioini President, Rev. .W. T. Bfrcretary treasurer, Blsbop, CoxlcUle; Qnt second vlce-prsaiisst, Miss WaJker, Flrtburn; tnlrf pr-sldent, Literary, Mljo R. H Pincher .Creefe; 'fourth vlceprt Clllienthip, Mr. W. er fifth vlce-presiill Mlij Harrison, Claresholm. AVIATOR INSTANTLY STANTLY KILLtO I Salisbury, Eag., Oct Jj J M. Jlerricfe.'Army avlalor of al Corps, was Instantly .i while flying over Andrew suranco agent, tke Ltofttml- dale ID the One., eclion, tho provincial; honte, oreated death ot W. H. disordered slomicJi to soon restore It to such perfed oon- dllionlhal you'll never that you liave.i' tlomach.. Take tKn each (neal. 5pc. a Box your Mid o by Ihe National Chemlci! Co. of Croad.V Limited.'. ISO' WESTERN-MAN FOR RAILWAY COMMISSION OKawa; ptt. the ttrm of Dr. Mllli of the nil way commas slon expires next winter it bclleT that (ill iucccfior llkrty to] i woitern min. Tbe prarle. provinces at present have rib 'on the retired Toronto The best spoiled if the coffee be of poor quality. ritidl; will save even a poor meal from b'eing d failure." CRACK A SAVBOMJV ;