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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Fairest WAY TO JUDGE OUR PHOTOGRAPHS IE TO COME AND SEE THEM WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO 'HAVE YOU COME AND SEE HOW WELL WE HAVE CAUGHT THE LIKENESS AND EXPRESSION OF OTHERS Tise 3rd Ave. Beside Baptist .Church CllUKCII BEUVICES ANDH15WS Kiih street nnd 7th uvemio north. Sun- dny ucrvlcoK nt 11 n.m. and 7.ill) p.m. Wllllum Dcwar will preach. Sunday school at 3 p.m. All lire wel- come. P1HST CHUHCH OF ClIHIST, -Hank block. 11 a.m., and p.m. WcdnciHhiy ovoii- Ini; testimony meeting 8 p.m. The raiding room IB open to everyone every day from 3 (0.5 p.m. Everyone IE cordially Invited' to attend.. WESTMINSTER Joseph Woodaworth linstor, will occupy Ibe pulpit nt both services, 11 ii.iii. "Maklne Jesus 'Christ, and 7.SO. p.m. (subject, "Tho Fight for Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Air arc heartily ST. PAUL'S FIRST.' At'the homo of fith avenue south. Sunday, Octob-ar School, 2.30 li.m. No aar- the. pastor.-will be in Warner. llin .jidies'. Gotta: meet on Friday afternoon, instead bf Thurs- day. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner fith avenue and 18th street Hev. C. B. JIcKlnnon.'paBtor. li a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, .Wednesday. 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All are welcome. ,'CimlSTAUEIjPHfANS At 1257 Sth nve. A. S., every Sundify afternoon 3.30 for breaking or bread. Further information can be obtained from Mr. Sidney T. Bivtsford, 638 Twelfth street A North. FIRST BAPTIST CH U So'pt. public.-Soranlp-'il a.m., Bible school 3 p.m. Evening-worahlp, 7.30 p m. ill Morris Theatre. The pastor Rev.' A. C. Watson, B. A, will preach both morni-as and evening. Strangers invited. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANOL1- 8th 'avenue llth streot Rev. Canon McMillan, rector. Sunday school and Bible clase p.m. Communion S.30 a.m. on the first and third Sundays. and sit the 11 o'clock Spokane has its Queen of the Appla service on the second and fourth Sun- MILADI lion- readily yoked, eoiTto BY we'wish tlmo sptiit re- paghe-mcssallno anil black hat. .limniie AduiKK made a manly Itt- That we 'inlRlit try tlic ground again, whore once (Through Inexperience, as we now per-, reive) We miss'd that happiness we might have found. Mrs. A. M. Utterly' rcutnic.il yes- terday morning ironi iv short visit in Red Deer. lie door attendant. i Our Tftbcr correspondent' wri'cs evening St. Theodore's cliuich was pccttily docoraicd for the we'iiding of Misfi Sylvie Ciidman, o! Tiibct, 'who1-' was 'nnitcil in ina'.tl- mony to Mr. K. S. V. Huntrods, a mining engineer of Tahcr, is well known the Pass. The ceremony. was performed Itcv. A. W. Sale and the bride I wns' given away .by her uncle, Haniman, was attended by her two left Thursday on a llanim.in was trip to the mountains and will be ah-' Mary nnd Sylvic Hum- sent about tun days. Mrs. Shaw ac-j......_ ...i.ji.i i. K u'n'ittluta nd- ELECT QUEEN OF THEMPSIFETE 1UY A TICKET AND VOTE TEN TIMES FOR YOUR FAVORITE companicd him: Sirs. W. llartlctt' has. as hefj Mrs. W. Hartlelt has as het a qj-croam r( 'MS louse guests, Mrs. .A. -M. olltllls fo'rn. Tlie service children, of Calgary. waB Mr. W. P. Coombs affl- Mrs. W. 'AT Seventh Ave., wiio was summoned to Thronto, in July 'owihg to 'the' death of her !u- iher, returned to the city last even- US- Mrs. James Peat, of Petrolin, who has been a guest with -Mr. and Mrs. Norman Oonnor Peat, is visiting with Mrs. MacDonald, of New Dayton, ami will return to the city later. wMlst Ml. h y act- oil -.'as (troonisinan. Tlic bride was liauilsomciv In white salin, elating at the organ. After the cere- mony a reception was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hammnn. The happy couple left on the mid- night train for a tour of liritUh lum-bia. whist drive and dance will A London' dispatch says Ncf-vith- sUnillng thfc grave character n{ M.] Sazanod's 'mission to England, was to arrange the terms ni the so-English part of Prussia, ire Oal's nr.'iorcign minister is to play i.e. r.-alch- teir commence A eight Mrs OinniiiK and daughter, hat, lie. brought the assent, to to have hen guest, iiih Mar- that, lie Dinning their home in Castor. were the raison d' of a delight- of a new Arthur at the triple al shortly passes palace. Mrss 1 ]M. Johnstone and Mrs. out-of-door Dr. Alan Kennedy, 01 wer! which is ____ C. A Mr. Thomas Gillcspic, of Granum. li.m. Officers and teachers meet- a. m., Sunday School; 3 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always 3.46' 1 the nest couple of weeks. -A.- nlim I of the most popular young ladies lh.no city have been prevailed upon to. accept nomination ior the' honor, and wliicomo. Bishop B. S. Young, No. 1 I their respective fallowings arc al- ist Ave. S. Phone BS5. I ready lining up for the contest. ST. AUGUSTIN'S I prospective Queens are Miss Eda I1RV secoml Ave. and Sth St., Rev I Hatch, Miss Uucilc lickstorm and St., J. 13. Murrol-Wright, rector. Holy Audrey Neale. They will .be., communion every Sunday 8 a.m. and elected bv popular vote, the franchise on tllc flr8t Sunday of the month at eleven .o'clock service. Matlnn I licing granted to those who purchase I tickets for tlic terpsifcto to bo held in the large new ailtitorium on the ev- ening of September 17. Each ticket entitles the holder to ten votes which I may be cast in favor of the Queen I who may favor the holder with the 1 sweetest smile. The terpsifctc itself will- he one ol i BRAN I the most unique entertainments held in the city. As its name would 11. a.m., when -Mr. D. M. Roec, travel- Hug secretary of the Laymen's Mis- sionary Moyamenl, 'will give an ad- dress. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Even- soug, 7.30 p.in. GFKMAN EVANGELICAL. LUTH- -Serviccs W'll be held at 711) j satin veiled His Honor .judge and Mrs. P entertained at dinner wiiiuu is onu uf; the royal .residences occuple'd'by the Duchess of Albany un- til the marriage of her children. The Russian princess would on her :ent, a tille.iielChy Queen .Victoria. Rev. Father Pepill, private secretary, to his grace Rev. Father I'nid'-j hpniine, Mr. and .Mrs. ,T. Ennis, JLrs. i Bour.-inc, Lethbriilge, and J. A. Belt-j On...Thursday ..eieiirag In Weale: Press. Mrs. T. F. Kirkham and Mrs. Stan ley Kirkham received yesterdav af- ternoon for the first time this sea- son, when a very large number called between four and six. Mrs- T. F. Kirkham wore purpl black net, .Church, Rev., Perry, united in i marriage Hoy, U Wright, one .of the progressive young farmers of Iron Springs, to .Miss, Mabel "Sinclair, of Turin. Mr- ..Wriglit will re- side on the former's farm at Iron Springs. North Lctlibvidge, at am and will be conducted by the indicate, it will be largely dancmg.i A Groiill in tilc German lau- A ballet of 3d, yotmB .and pretty j pulaC8 school are rehearsing dally foi i i their -.art in the fete, while the pip-j is Cordially imited. ers will liven the entertainment.with! THE BEREAN BIBLE SCHOOL real old Highland Ilings and reels to is held evcrv Sunday at g at street, south. A cordial invitation is extended to both old and young to attend this school. A special invitation .is given stirring music of the pircs from 1 Pipers Band in uniform. Four oilier .PMlorm in young ladies will also Miss Murray in an Alice blue cos- tume and black velour hat with whito' fur handeau and pink satin roses, iiasscd the dainty viands. Mr. and Mrs. C. I'. Hill, of Hill-: crest, B.C., arrived in the city from, the east. The travellers sailed for Eu- The Oxford Euchre club, organized lor the winter last evening and elect- ed Mrs. Bernard president. The club will not commence regular, mcolings for a month. _ citcmcnt oi choosing of the realm. CURIOUS CHRISTIAN NAMES IN MIXED COMMUNITY British Guiana, 'which is celebrat- ing the centenary of Georpetown, Is a land ot quaint Christian names. The Hev! ij. Crcokall quotes, from the baptismal- resistor of church in which he ministered to a congrega- tion of all tho colors. Nannie Bcl- 1 lona, Queen Elizabeth. Prince Albert, John Pantaloon, and Frnnk Locust. One negro whose chiltl he christened was culled Whiskey Ifi'.imntMiel. An- other -Mack man' brought his child, am! whon (he. minister .isVcii Ihe I name, replied, "Seriatim ad Valor- 1 om." Another gave a pulling ans- wer which sounded like "Ax paraon.1' my mind pile, me to go troo' de New I Testament. I have had four boys: I ono called Matthew, another Mark, another Luke, and another John, ami this is Acts, parson.'1 choir at evening service; music: Rnynd .lamicson will sins "The Ninety and Nine." Pleasant Sunday evening hour after service. Everybody Av-oU-ome. DISCIPLES OF .school at at the Caledonian hall. Preaching service by Mr- IMrScI The Woman's Civic.Club will meet Mrs. Alfred R. McGuirc, a July i jn y. M. C'. A- auditorium on bride, held her post-nuptial reception 'piiursday afternoon at and the yesterday alternoon and evening, cxccutivr. at This is the first when her pretty home on Fourth iAve.. was thronged matrons and girls, ere fragrant and pretty in the; meeting of the autumn season, smartly gowned all mcmbcrs ate urged'to attend. Pink carnations' at. 'the at a.m. and alsp in the evening at I Mrs. McGiure was wearing a stun-: "KNOX Ministtr nmg costume 01 pale green silk crepe A Cameron .Services 11 a.! SALE 4T MRS. COOKSLEY'S BEGIN BLOCK, FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Big Reductions