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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. October 13, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 Integrity in Buying Qothes The we titc confidence of of buy- en throughout the coun- try that these patrons of have implicit faith in Hi, we believe to the uprightneM of char- acter, and toundneM of moral- principle of our organization. The fart that in our we have never once, knowingly violated confidence, broken faith or betrayed tnii trutt is, we believe, sufficient proof of our integrity. (J So that when we im- press upon you the super- ior qualities of the gar- produced fay the House of Hobberiin, you cari always depend upon getting a square deal, faith kept, made good, full value and more in return for every dollar you pay for thetn than you get elsewhere. Suits and to Sole for Hobberiin Tailoring M PRUNED 10 HE VERY -Forco .Think City Coun- cil is Piling it on Rather Heavy A BREAKFAST IN CEYLON would a Mra'aWieMM cup of Ut It L. f inert at >U OM leaH padute. MXU The police department dp not tao'v where they are 'iittiuf off days. The etltt of (rouble In the, fact that the roll re- ceived another tHii lut week .when Ihe City Council cut down the higher paid officials five to twenty per cent. The Chief cannot where the de- partment Is bound to suffer to tho ex- tent which It has. Tho Council Inti- mated that tiio reduction In the pay was for the purposa of nuking all the departments contribute share, and to thua avoid trie necessity of let- ting men out at this season of the year. But the police department bad already contributed their share to the wavo of economy. The ectra fected In the department pre- the last pruning' session thing like IS per cent., and the orig- inal Idea wai. to haire each depart- ment contribute only 10 per cent. And then the police departmeai effected a saving on the appropriation of 23 per cent., as shown In the flat of figures below. Then, again, the Inspector does not know whether he shall him a sergeant at the-'reduced salary of or at the E alary set by lie Chief and the Council, 1105. The po- lice department :U the only depart- ment In the city which has a. regular eliding scale of This scale was arranged between- the Council and the Chief, and constitutes a reg- ular aalary, with Increases at tesu- Will Convene Hero on Got. .Dis- tinguished The Provincial Sunday School Con- vention, which is to be held in Leth- Life of tbe 'Teecs." bridge Oct. 27-29, promises' to te a AGE EMPHASIZED .The convention topics and confer- races wilt comprise John L. Alexander: Central ad- 'dressEs "The World's Greatest Edu- cational "The Boy and the" Sunday "The rhysical of the "The Spiritual Momy ot exceptional interest. School Superintendents, to outstanding figure will be John. L. Teachers and Leaders ot 10IM. Aleiander supetinlcndcnt 0, theSec-rcia.sfa. BUCHAN Tha Men's Man 406-5lhSf. Bryan Block For Rheumatis lar Intervals Of course, this qjisstlon wlll.be up. U' the. after November- i, for the'rosltion of Inspector has been dons' away with, The figures submitted are'conrlnclng enough, but they "did not have .Uie weight thej- TTBTC designed to. have, Rest and Recreation Visit Boulder Springs.' Mod-' crn European plan. Elec- tric UEbU. ilosUE; plant Telephones, not and cold running water-in every room. Tho most modern batu house In tho Northwest. Rooms (1.00 imr day and up.- Cafe Trices reamn. able. Special ticket at one and one< third, for the round trip. Sold at all Great Northern sta- tions In Montana. at the pruning wsslph of the council. The question was' not, bow mneb had been saved? bnt; how 'many men can they: like a sijiwre- deal, and lley thoy have received It this tlme.J Here are: the figures: Special Contcrences with Pastors, Age ondary authorlllfs on the problems o! adolescent boy and girl on, the erican continent He is on fte. ad- ar.d the United States. to Alberta should ,be a sufficient sum; ference d h 4 the A..YVaite Address and Con- "The Pocket Testament Lea- advice. Iference: "The liinie in Alberta." Another interesting speaker will be'. sociation, (Eastern Washington and N'orthern Sir. Knapp. is of ihe strongest- men ia the- Sunday Rev. D. Spencer: Address and Con- ference "The. Sabbath School in Re- IN KNOX CHURCH -The convention will be held in Knos Presbyterian church, and the general school association work in ,ih.e'Iuter- plan ol the convention' is national field, and his assistance at 'First afternoon: Reception and our two provincial conventions should registration of delegates and their as- mean much in strengthening' the'.work sighrnent to billets, of the Alberta Sunday sch6'o! associ-iI 4 'to 5 o'clock: I'reptratory devo- atlon.. V Itional hour. Everyone Is invited to A movement gaining a big foothold-: spend a quiet hour with the Heavea- __....._mj________will be represented by A. -ilyFather in preparation.lor the work yotido can you i WMte, secretary of the Poctet.tcsti- convention.- contribute to tha city's welfare? The, League of His rhtEsaBe First evening: Two address and bonce a'Eruu'ilij-'imiit'u uut will _nn 1. the.; special music. work of tlie league and forenoon: Addresses and gea- to the Sunday school teacher arid eral conferences. scholar. oittrnoori v'Sectional coafer- Rev. Ii. D. liarr, dlstrlct'secretary ences and Institutes. Alberta Auxiliary "of Canadian''Second evening Twci addresses and Bible society, will present'the work'.Epeciar music. ]ol the Bible society to tlie Sunday .-Second Addresses and Original payroll