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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, -October 11, Ifti3 THE LETITBIUDGE DAILY -HERALD Are You Thinking of Buying A Persian Lamb Muff (JWe hnvo on approval from tho largest fur house in only, Extra Choice Lftmb. Muffs. T.VO will not carry these in stock wo can afford to sell (hem at.a small advance .-.upon the factory cost price, which means 'TVsaving to you of S8.00 or Qlf yon are interested call Tonight or later. AH that are left go buck to Montreal-Tuesday. and lustrous, deep curl Muffs, in five different shapes at practically (ho maker's price. Think RY1LANDS CO. Specialists in Cwsete, Hosiery and Underwear WAY TO A WO STRIKE Got trade union aitlon miy Ixd ,to utiloatl Kthke ta Ifllfi hy rwolnMons pasjsa ynterday by the Federation now In confer- ence at Bo-rboTo-Jgh. The federation decided to ttpproach-Jio rallxny docken tod their labor organization with a io unifying and ayndiron- litng a programniQ of movemonL This ruay lead to ft national strike, Inalead of although tho Bpcaiers uld tiiat the of combination ivoiild be more Itkery to Alonjtlde oi til! IndnitiU! action, the rnlnpn coutlnniDf polltl- policy, the ballot ihowlng a fflijorfty trf In favor of rafblog l fund Immediately. NAPANEE HAS DECIDED ON LOCAL OPTION VOTE. OnL, OcL Xapanee has decided on a. local option vote for tha lilonday of tie new rear. There tlx iioieli in the place In audition to tiro shop licenses. The voting In 1S11 Jn'a narrow for the llfluor In three-nftha clause. It fcx been decided to bring on a local option campaign In Marmora Ttw ctmptign will comprise Uamorn village and townships Haraorm MILADI EDITED IV "JNO- FHONIt OBIcs )8M RM. 1111 Page 11 THE AVERAGE H'8 a pretty good world, after all. The BUUBhlao may fade And tho gloom of tho shiic, coon, and they are grateful to rrache Bros, for a donation vt asters S'.. Mary's Guild will meet In tlia In spite of the various plaui you have Pariah hall it 'three o'clock on lion- re your hopes for the future quita be- Ur.sworth and Mrs. Field. But. ths ivy thai grows on tue wall Knows ttat Eunshlne and rain Cannot always remain. CHRIRTADF.LPHIANS entertained n number of their' Meads .cornea. in the Central school ;.E1.FTI1 AVlv evening. Five hundred wfis played at K'mer lv BAPTIST CHUUCU mer Qreen, pastor. Ser- Ivcntv-onc tables, after 'which a lolly 11' a.m. anil 7..30 p.m. Morning >P was enjoyed, and 'dainty 'Vi subject, "A Porlralf of Two Church terveu. The guests were MemlM're." Special'- rtnging by the little hoi fresbmenis terveo. The gi____ ____ welcomed iiy Mr. ar.d Jlrs. ,1. E. Houg- fhoir. Siin.lay Echool at 3 Eon, Jlrf. Bailey Miss Evening subjstl, "In a Kulsholl." son and Miss McNabb. Special singing at evening service, pr- dinance of tha lord's Supper at the Mrs. C- n. was hosteEs of a little Informal'tea ycstciaiy .aftcr- loon, when pink casiiations and as-' ers were effectively pretty. Miss Miller (Paisley) received with Ihe hosttEs, rflle Mrs. 0. W. Robinson nvlted to the dining room, where Mrs. 1. E. Sherlock cut the Ices, and Mrs. SI. Johnstone tea. The v.'ands were paEsnd by Miss Vroeman, 'Miss 'Mjcleoit ar.a.Mies Dc-nlley. Chas. n. Ward, Liberal candidate or tbc D. C. legislature for Crtm- irook, was married at Gletcnen oh Wednesday, to Miss Alherla, daughter of Wra. Service, one of Glelcben'a ending cllUens. Crantrook wan tlie scerje of ,1 vtry 'estiionsble wedding on of tills wtelt, when Charleg Greet Ben- j nett, of the Bank of Commerce there, wp.s married to'Miss Maude Vera Loalso Krlckaon, daughter of Mr. nnd George Erlckson. Mr. Hichard Jennett, of Vcrnon, ivag .best man, and MIES. Florence ErlckBOn brldes- d. was rerformed Christ Church by Rev. H P. nff. CHRISTADELPHIANS CtmlSTADELPHIANS At Twelfth N. (netwe'en Gf.h ar.d ?th Breaking of Bread, 4 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture will be dcllvtred bj Mr. Sidr r.ey T. BatEford. Subject, "The Bible and Sptritualiem; Ought we to Inquire of the Everybody welcome. Bring your Dlblca. No collection. LATTER DRY "EAJMTE CHUHCH UP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAV O. E- Hall, ioth St. S., ntar Y. if. C. A. 9.t5 a-m. Officers and teachers meet- log; JO m., SuuJay School; 2 Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bi-hop B. S. Young, 1211 Srd aye. S. 'Phone 635. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST MiTHERAty r-Corner 6th Ave. and ISth St. Kcv. A. C. (irant, pastor, Sunday, Octo- ber 12. The Adult Bible class will bs confirmed, the service starting prompt ly at 50 a.m., followed by communion for the whole congregation. .Sunday school, 3 p.m. Evening 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, teachers' meeUne at 7.30 p.m. and rehearsal at S p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS At tho home ol Mr. Simmonett, 1323 Third nve. North, one minute's walk from the car lines. Tuesday evenings at S o'clock, Thursday eveulngE at S j o'clock, special waiting on the Lord for the Baptism of the Holy Spirit Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, rt numbering of the Lord's death, feeir- In the evening_ at 7.30. Come and drinS ol tlie water'ol IHe Irfeiyi BIBLE STUDENTS BIBLE. STXTD: ENTS' ASSOOIATIONT-.U 638 I5th S. Meets .every Sunday st 3 p.m. Friends Interested are Invited. CHURCH OF CHRIST Labor Hall, eveiy Sunday at 11 a.fiT Jot liieaking of biead. ORANGEMEN PROJEST. St. Thomas, Oct. Orange as'- eoclatlona of St. Thomas, composed of members of all the Orange lodges of the city, has passed a resolution con- demnlng the changes recently made In tlie bl-llngual echool. J FOR THE REQINA MISSION London, Oct, Archbishop of York at Carlisle Cathedral ed purses totalling ivt fleglna mission. CLUF1S SO.rif.TIES Tie Art Needlework club wiil mfel with Mrs. C. H. Davlno, at tie homo of Mrs. J. Jones, 623 Ninth street South, on -Monday afternoon, t i Hov. Dr. Spencer -will speak on soc- al rketllona affecting young people Wesley Epwortb league on Monday night) Flower Guild the Gait Hotrl'tal, ii r'tilenjay' close of .evening service. PRESBYTERIAN KXOX PUESUVTEUlAX-Mimsler Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services'it a. m. and 7.30 p.m. The minister will preach at fcolh services. .Morning sub- ject: "Lciilership.11 Evening: "The Coming Kingdom.'1 Sabbath pchaol, all departments meet at 3 p.m. Mrs. .1. Orant NceOham, secretary W. H. 'address, a meeting for women .only. In'thfi church auditorium' at M.30. Mid-week, service Wednesday evening at. eight o'clock. Westminster Guild Monday evening at. eight o'clock. At the morning service the-choir, will a'ng "Hearken Unto Sullivan. Solo, Miss Simm. Kvcirng anthem "At Even .Ere the Sun Was Tmner. Solo, Mr. All seats arc free and strangers always welcome. ST. ANDRUW'S A. C. Dryan, minister. Morning, quarterly communion service. Even- Ing, sons service. Sunday school and classes at 3 p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. IM'I'l'll'K'S A H. Hoienthal, pastor, Hev. V. Mlnlwe- fen. nra'e'ant. Mpss ..m. Children'] rnisj a.m. High Mist II i.m. i.iuu.iy 3 ji.ni. Evouidg serj'ica ]j 11 a: cn-h service. CHRISTIAM SCIENTIST FIP.ST CHt'IlCH OF CHRIST. Bank blocK ser- vlco at 11 a.m. ev- ening _lceliraony, S.OO p ra. The.reading room Is open to every- one every day from three- tq five p.m. Everyone Is cordially Invited to at- tend. SALVATION ARMY Smkrn are )ielci 'at the Citadel, Fifth street, as 11 a.m., Holiness mealing; 3 p.m., prniss meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. .Week nights: 8 p.m public led by'idJfett; Wednesday, SaveHalfYourCoalBill PLUS HOW? By Installing a Fuller-Warren Stewart Range As a special offer arc giving a discount of 10% week. Call and see this stove next week. C. G. QIander 5Z4 13th Street, N. Phone 1223 This stove is absolutely guaranteed ;