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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1917 THF. LEtltrmrOOE IJAU.Y PAGE DISTRICT NEWS l (From our'Oivu Corres 1lio la Calgary. A ikim-d la ID bo luM on Krlday evenltip, Oct. lift, lit tho Mauhaltau liaH, inuslc lu Lo (urnlshcd by Ihe CarmanKiiy orchestra. Tho proceeds chnll be used to al'l lho building ol A card parly is lo bo hclil on Fri- day cveiibs lu l.O.O.V. hall In did cl the Itcd Cross. nnllL-iputo n largo aUtMulnuca, cl least pvcry- uuo sJuuM jtalrouaeo njj affair of this klml us H Is o'ne of ttio greatest aLtho present: time. J. U. Rents has purchased a now efx-cylhulcr OhJsiuoblte. .Mr. UlacJiivoctl spent lho ireek-cnd lu CnlEary: Wo lesrn that 0.'S.-NoWo' has sold one-halt section ol Ma IlaronE farm (o Mr, Vcssluy.-i p.l Ihe rato ol ?90 per acre, tbla Including ilic buildings. Mr. Nobto anJ fninlly wlH inoro lo Nolle to rd na soon as Lla rcsfdcnco thcro Is comiileted. aro. sorry to Epa ilia iYolilc family leave JJarona nnd CD doubt tho clllzctia of Noble- lonl will bo delighted to. have "eucli un addition lo their town. K. spent Tlmretlay and Fri- day Calgary. H. Boyco returned Troin Castor he had been on u buulliif trip. I. A. Haovou purcbaacd a Ford J. Hanson epcot the week-end la I3rown parcbaieu a now .Mitchell wr. The alork visited tho home ol Mr. ant] Mre. J. IJtlany ond presented Leqi vrilh 'a. baby girl. J. A. Morgan, Inspector o( ecbools, paid n visit lo tho Echool on Thurs- and Friday. The percentage ot laics at Uio school it Is week has been larger Ilian usual on account of tho snow Elorm, making lho roads In a very bad condition. ftli wish (o extend our sympa- thy to J. Woraoeli and In Ihclr tlmo ol iFrotn Our Own Coalhurst, Oct. lfl.--Tlio farmers, aro ceiling Ihelr old smile bad: At the lime or writing a nice urgt falling aitU shoMB i o( continuing throughout the day. JTnfs with tho snow Hint, fell on Tues- day ulll iit-lf> out ploughing If the ground docs not frccio up. MlsB Iiabclla Kcllh Ii vlsUlng with her parenta, Mr. anJ Mri. J. Kollb- Mr. and Mra. Clarcoce Mills taken, a house Jn Coalliursl aiid vlli reside hero ior Iho winter. Tho rafflo foY lho camera In con- nection with appeal for tho Drl- Hah Ktu Cross U cicstlDE 6UCCC33. will do Hi blc for Ihe parent society. Mra. Jna. Mt'Uuwell and Mlfls'.lva Mcpowoll, of Foremost, were visit- with Mr. and Mrs. Robt. McDow- ell this week. The Tftva) scouts association vlli hold Its' first moling on Monday evening. It Is hoped that there will ho a fall uileudance. Tbo boys will soon Lo iu uniform ani aro determin- ed to do iTcdJL to iho troop. Mrs. Dr. ROPO and Miss Knowles have mado a cunvais of tho vlUaeo (Ills week for tho eolcllers' coiuforls and liare recelvctj myth" en- couriigcmciiL Pic. Ccorpc Murley. of lho 50th bat- tallon, luis returned week fruui tho front. ills mother and sisters 11 vo at and his friends will welcoiuo him back to Coalhurst. I'to. Morloy was bailly wounded has been scut TO ihe Eumonion hyEtt for further Mlsn llransan, of tho locat-leachlng staff spent the. wcok-ond with her i parents at Taber, I Tho Land of the I.clhbrldRO Salra- tlon Army corps vlslled Coalhurat on Tui-sday evening and gavo a conccrl In Iho cliutcli. Unfortacateb' tho was small owlni? to tlio very j '.seven snow-storm. people did jnol think thai the hand would ven- ture through the coulees on such a had nlglil but evidently UIQ army mollo is "no retreat." The collcc- I lion of will go lovvard tlio scnti- v i DEATH 9F RAYMOND LAD The dealt occurred yeater- day aflerboou fit Van Harkni Iloipftal, LcltibrfdKo. of llillo Max Poivelaou. Iho ilirec-yuar- Lid son ot Mr. Mrs. M. Powclson, of Raymond. The UllU lad BUccunibad to an at- lack oC acute The fuEtra! will be held' la Jtaymoad, OB Monday after- noou, Oct. at 2 p.m. Thero are three other chtl- dreu. b'elba, a and twu Heed and Hurt lug of parcels to all ULO Coatliurst buys at iho A movezueul foot in obtain tho university extension department travolliae HbntrlCB lor Coalliurst. Ihlfl vluicr. Tho vrocurins of a regular eupply of good boolis Js a JlfMcuM niHtU'r In Iho west HIP travelling library Is undoubtedly Ibe best lion of tbe prohletfi. I. o. b. Kncioe IM-inch U'lieelbnse lls3 MIss'Mclnlosh; JC.Oa; Miss II. Tach Rherry, Mlw K. 'Dalglofsli f20; .Mrs.-McComlskey, The store, J7.2S; fl donattoti, J10; collect ert Bl Ihc Grand View farm by Mra Moaer, f22.50.' At Ihc business meet ing of the HCrt Cross society It WAS cteclded lo send a cheqiiD-for'JSf It? the prisoners of war timd-for main tcnnnco ot Ivro prisoners o[ war for ono year, r A mooting of Itio Red Cross irJJl bo held on Monday even Ing at 3 In iho schoolhouai for Rppolntmcnt of officers for lln coming year. Tlici V.fomen's InslUu'.o hc.-J arc -ir for (t'llro day on N'ov. 3, when Mra. J. Noble, t-i Days land, president of tho Ubovla Wo- men's pay hor'flrs visit ,10 (Ms cenlrc. Mra. Noble I very to meet til ibo men hers of lho focitl branch JRnd nil nr urged lo make a big effort (o be on on that day. Tho Una o meeting Will announceil A world of infinite variety and boundless charm. The Most Appealing Spot on Earth Ask for free California Booklets The direct, pleasant way to Californiais Plan this winter's trip to California now! will be gbd tti assist you. Reservations, tickets, information upon application to L. J. CANHELD, T. F. t-P. A. 809 Centre Street, Calgary cess. Not only were the people hy "mt llio surrounding illstrict Ihcro b nmons (lie crcnvd noted people from Dbnlond Clly, Cbalhurst, Iron and Tho com- CommerCG. AKa.-j Oct.' .ed Cross dance held under the ans- Ices of lho Comnicrco branch.of the nitcd Fanacrs of Alherla on Friday Ight last nh ur.yualilied siic- miUee wishes fo lliank Ihc Conimercc ladles-who'assisted wltli the supper oriil1 also Mr. nnd -who voluntarily coi'irii.'uled their musical services nnd which helped ill no small way to make ilie nvcning a BUCCCES? DIG ACTION "SETTLED Montreal, Oct. li'. The adion Brothers agalnsl Ilic city''of Malsonneuve for worth of debentures, facfns thb balance o[ for park pro- perly bought from ILc plaintiffs- by .M.itRonneuve in 19J4, tvas scltlcil ue- fnre corainB up for trial in the su- preme court licry yesterday fvud. Mais- onntuvo will Hie money wlicn.tiio lunvincial .it its coming sc.ssion. srnnts'lhe cily nn csteusion ol Its Ijorrowing iTmvcrs. us Ls eipect- cl v.-lll ue done. rRESBYTERIAN Church Corner lib Ave, and 8lh Street Rev. Capt. A, H. Dencon, Pastor Rtv. ,W. F. Burns, Acting pMtpr. lesular cervices al 11 a.m, and p.m.- 0 a.m.: lloya Dcpartmeot. 2.SO a.m. Big Slslers1 Blblo Class. '.00 p.rn.i'Bic Brolhcrs' Ulhlo Class. ;.00 p.m.: OLher Depnrlmcnta of Sun- day School 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. foruing- AnUiem, Rejoice in lho Lord" Calkin. Solo, "Just for All- boil, Mrs. B. F. hny ton .-Evening an- them, "The nay Is Past anil Marks. "Abide WUn BcnnbLt. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Craag, B. D, Pastor, licsiflencc 320 lllh St. S. Claude Hughes, Musical Director 11 a.m.: Morning M'ors.'ilp. Tho Rev. B. J. Hodgfns, of tho Unllcrl Church Norlh Lelhhridge, preach. 2 p'.m.: Tho mepttng of Hie Rfinlor Mis- slon Hand. 3 p.m.: niblc School anil ISIble Classes 7.30: Evening Worship. Kciv Jlr. Go- forlh of Hardleville, will preach. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Ccr. 11lti Street 8th Ava. South. Riv. Canon W. V. McMlllen, B.A, Rector 11 a. m. Sunday School end Bible 3 p.m. BVBNSOiVQ 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days nt'S.OO; 2nd and 4th Sundays it U a.m. 4lli Sundays at 4 p m. BAPTIST First Baptist Church i-Cor! 3rd 9th SI. S, Rev. C. Baker, PaUor a.mi'and Sunday -School 12 a.m. A.SI. Subject: "Every Man al His Post." j P. M. Subject: Geoulno Ilible School at IZ'a.To; 'The pastor preacues at both ser- tfces. K All THE UNITED .CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. Hodglns, B.A., Pastor 1271 6th Ave. N. 'Phone 1659 Itcgular sen-ices morning nfld evening. 10 Boys and Girls. 2 p.m. Hcglnners and Primary Depts. o( the Sunday School. 3.15 p.m.': Olhcr Dcpts. of the Sunday School. CHRISTADBLPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlglnbotham t -Biockr ETnrar.ce.5lh St. and 2nd .Avenue South" Wednesdays: E p.m., Bihle CLisg'. Sundays nt 10 a.m. lo the.Lord's Dealh! arid, at p.m. to proclaim tho glad tidings of tho Kfagtlom of Goii.- Subject: Place of Rest and PENTECOSTAL Pentecostal Mission Cor. 5th Ave. and 18th St. N, Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastar, Sundny nl II a.m. nnd 7.30 li.m. Tuosday'Bnd Thursdny at S p.m. Prayer Ecrvlc6 at 15U 3rd Avc. N., Saturday nt S p.m. A Welcome Extended to All, Come ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Robm 12, Stafford Block, fitri St. 9, Meetings as follows: Wednesday, 3 p.m., Bible Study. 7.30 p.m.: A. special -tcnlce will bo held In'the Song of Kngtantl Hall, 10th St, South. Subject: "The. Three Ways, or Th- Two See fuller ohnoiincomcnt. OR anolhcr pago. Seals Free. No collcc 'lion. Peace." All Seats Free No Collection TO.STA.V ON.JOB. 'Oct. the nails' .CnYonlcle. says'. It' is ;'to> quested to announce, had no Inten- tion of'relinquishing hls'appofntmcnt CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Chrisl Scienliel Hull Block, 7th Street JB. Sunday Service at 11 Subject: "Doctrine of Wednesday Testimony moft Ins At B p.m. ThA room la open dally ex-' cepli'Sunday.'and Icjal holidnys, 3 to'6 hlhle nml author- ized 'C Sctcncd lltcrnluro may bo read, borrowed or purchased. .Tho public is cbrdlMI? JnvJled. to chief of tho IMllsh ufsslon Lo tho iond Ihe -churcli Bcrrlces, A Tlsll th.o'rcitHfis'roora' oho BELIEVEIiS Qurgman'B Hall, 41B 13lh St. Norlh. dDcvcra asacDiblo on Iho Lottfs Day tor lha> Urcakln; of Dread 11 a.m..- 'jnrfay School ol 3 p.m. fifpel at. 7.30 p.m. ,SALVATION. ARMY tt.e Cltidct, Gth St. HoUhcsa Mccllng; 3 pm. Pralsia. Meeting nnd Sal- ..vatfqn-Meeting, p.Q.j rub Week llf'lil '.Tliufsflay, 3 p.m. Ealrallon Citadel band In attendance. 3' p.m., -easy nf. Evcryb94y Wckomt LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesns Christ of Latter Day Kainls i Corner 7th Avc. and )21h II. E Sunday nsC Gacrament p.m. Primary 3 p.m. Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome, Bishop Geo'. W, Gccn, 1016 End Ave, South. Phono 1493, Christian Church ''i Car, 3rd Avc. and fllh 81. 9. Resilience, SI. S. Phons J547, Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Blblo School at Slslcr" DutiS' m-arlh, jiipijrlntsndMt. Wo cxlontl welcomo lo any ivhO nro not clacwhcro nnd lo have 50 pVesnnt Day.'. Will ypuV be cnfiJ rrj.ichlnj al 11.30. Subject, "The Vis-'', I6n of Ihe.Purb Heart." EvcnlnR Subfccl: "Cod Calling to A cordhl Invltatloa U alt ;