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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta October 2o, THE LETirrmiDGE DAILY HERALD Paa-e 1L ut Lessons cr Kaovledte of Any One pliy the Pla.to or la One Hour. Large Number of Bills Were Slated For Finishing Touch- es Today -i-l cealda'tj by tkc wonderful 'Eiir M ytti B3 provo It rl ci-.r txpc.iso. you to lhs> j-lsno or rLr.d not cec or.o ci-Qi uniUyonccn play. A fr luvcatcU awoailcrful to ptar tbo Piano or O la one hour, VllU tblo method t-no can i o toV.now cnc no'.o from b ret In :in hour of yt-u vr.n your [dvorilo tli. of botb Jiaccli oiitl it tiVl: SO tbat i ir.fiicr nuiio without Irjlruc'.lDn. Anjon1} bars Ihli ir.'-v-.ol on a trlil wfreir by fiiiuplv writs BRftoW, iLa Ks.r. FortT." I.l-Jiio 5lctLo-a eunoimsed IL The Herald. logtlhcr Trllh IK I'icn wnt to Vree. fill clitxzzi or.d nbsoluiel. r.at one crnt to pay. You ttep I; acven ilays lo thc-roughly proTi> H is fell IbaV I for jt, tiicn If yaa saturite itr.t] tliO nuJ cr.o dolUir a oontb unt W.W in all Is paid. II you arc not nub-it, eeud it batlc in'FCTcn dura an yoa ylll Livo iiolnlng aca will bi unJcf no oblifffttlor.a to Besoroioetata of irhtto teya o rear piano postofflce DrfiiS ofllca- AOiireii Mftjiod Mud 12 Dlis "Play Ball" McGRAW.and MATHEWSON, "BREAKINGlNTO THE BIG LEAGUE" at the Sherman next Mon, and Tues. the tOsaVou eg to be "No; he's down atl-iiniona, 10 FINISH WORK-TONIGHT i (GIRLS WHO ARE PALE, NEBVOUS ANOLICAN ST. AUQUSTIS'S CEIUIU'H Comer Stcor.d Ale. 2nd Kigblh SI. r- 1 U 1 m. TM -'Canon. rtclw. i May I-intl Help in Matim U a.m. ev- CHURCH SERVICES SCHOOL AID j ImreaiwJ aid lei new rural distilcls fur rhe fast four.-.years is 1 given unJu ttie amendments lo school guntb aii. The aid to ,Uifcf larger-tou'ij; and cities to it-.[ duced; but in return It'y '.will -lef given incre.iseJ gruiits aid of tecli- Kdinuntun, (Xt. 25. The legisla-: uical education. The QIC is cspeclfd. to prorogue today, si.ialler .tutuis villages v.-ill ".re-: Uler hat'Iii" sat'six full vffks, in- main about same, w Jjilc Wu.BB SalMiUy sittings ami Bitting sdiuf ill Lave days in the morning, afleinuon m ald ol -eduea-; Letter About Her Daughter. ml "1S legislators r.-ill start n tlie last round of this session's Bourse at ten o'clock this tion. A CA1.CAKY (iKOWI, In connect ;o a ivith tLc enroot ati ems'j Burlington, R PJck- im's Vegetable Compound has cured my daughter of weakness. She was trout-led alicost a year with it aai ache, so that I thought die ffooM bo an invalid, Sho entirely riin down, pale, nervous and without eppe- tite. I was very much morning, and will sit till tLc last iaxalion act, a telegram v.-5s read by lutheardof.LvdiaE. PEnkhain'sVege- bill is Bossed, which will be late this T. 1 taUa Compound through friend anil ur this evening. tt.e Calgary buatd ff tr.ule tow I praise it because ithas cured my The stsiion has been a particularly lhe government to ti-lay the. F. M. U. D.' fcfaVy "tn2 and over cigiitj- hilts have proposed IrgUlaliwi and slating 3, Burlington, lo-.va. dealt' u-Hh. Thc outstanding men "view with Case of Anotlipr Ctrl feature cl tie session has thc islatiuu winch might uifect incoming! v .i.: ctlteiutnt of tie AlhcEta ar.d Great monies >olo this provide wid feel Scswon, Wtan.- I uaod to be bolh-'. cry Sunday at S n.M. at tha eleven n'rtcck oa tl.e filit of tLe inoiilh. K'.'eus :tig 7.30 p.iiv school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S C. H. rettor. Holy communion every Suudiy at S a.ra. Matins H a.m.. 3 p m. SiinJay Evensong 7.30 p.m. Choral Kucbarist tlio Mrfit Sunday or isiDiuIi al 11 o'clovl! "ST. CYl'iiiAX'K CULUCH-C'or- Ave. ar.d Klevcr.th St 'icv. Oacon- jjr.Villcn, wtor.' Matins 11 a iri. 7.30 p. n. Sunday school and UiUe clast p. m. Tl-.e rector teaches sunk Ilibie'tliss, to v.'iiifh- all- are cordially ir.'.'tttJ. Jfijly 'ccifnuiuninn on the first and third Sunday at 8'30 a-iu. ths 'p.r.'i fourth Suaiiajs it' ita o'clock service. AVI'.NI.'E'lJAl'TIST-rllev. fl- Gicea, paitor, v ill preach in .tlie; nioiDing, 'and Uev. A. C. Short Notice of AUCTION SALE AT 111? Slh AVEHUE SOUTH, MONDAY, OCTOBER 27th AT THREE O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON I.i b> iho uwr.or to uy p-ibllc diictkn and a HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE :mtl effects Oak SMebcarJ. KxtemJiug Dining Table; top chair: Sanitary hr-rt firia Mirror: Oak JJrtsEurs tinJ Htds, springs aiid Carfets. Kllclitu Tablo; KH- thfcti Cat-hict, "Happy ThouahV" racge in coa- Crockeiy. TERMS CASH Auctioneer's Phones 469 and 1416 Men's Wives iu totmiiittcc (.f the whole, tliesc. including It.e amendments lo thc city cliartcrs I'M moat on, Cal- gary, and Medicine Hat. Sonic of. tliric have contentious i clause.1) which will to le thresh-1 etl out by the house. ,'J'hc remainder! of the private Lills arc expected toj go through much discussion. The following'bills read a thud lime and passed yesterday Commis- sior.ets acl, ordinance truancy act amendments thresher's lien act, infants "act, "A ill ace act amendments aniendnients YORKSHIRE POST CONDEMNS BRI- nuuucipamy act-, amendments juvenile game act men Is license ordinance amendments; libel slamlcr act; company law amendments; bjrands1 act; 'school mittte to'redurc the taJ to one-i !IAN" CIMJRCH-Mr. March, luisslon- l of one per bill t.xe.s Girls who are painful cr iafevoX PRESBYTFRI tks at the rate of M.OOO-for every Irregular periods, backnche, headache, CaTneVon Scrvicw 11 a Corner, I0r every Lracch. faintine1- 1J 'Jr i_______ in the series on the Lord's Prayer. Boys' "department of thc school "will meet- at 2 p.m: 3 p.m. Chi- nese class at 4 Special tnusical TISH GOVERNMENT FOR SEEKING HORSES IN CANADA who was one of .Mr. .Murphy's alter-! nate candidates for mayor." nthf-r These charges were made from ih TreaUufent Is a safe sure vegetable reineclv that removes the craving for drlrifc in three days without the use of hypodermic injections. Call and get satisfactory iiroofs and referen- ces, or write or phone for booh let of Information. NBA I, INSTITUTE, 820 13th Ave. West, Calgary I'hone W. 4525 Auction Sale of Horses and Cattle At the Uthbridge Sale Barn ON Tuesday, Oct. 28 5 well broken teams- from 4 to S years cW. average ubout 1300 pounds. 2 teams of mares from 4 to 6 years from 1100 to 1300 J team well matched Keldings. rising 4 years otd. newly broke 1 grade Ptiersor, stallion rising 3 years old, well broken to harness. A. number or xell bred mares 2 gelillngs 1 'f years old. 10 head o! heifers rising 2 years old, good grades. 3 sets double aiid 3 sete single .harccss; buggies, etc. Sale at Two O'clock Sharp" TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER grants act amendments. corporations taxation London, Oct. lo IIURAL .MUNICII'AUTIES l.lnyi! says the Yorisnire The- rural att oaaKd "Can-ids slar.ds In the. way of more discussion than any other hill asriculturc by templing cccsidcred 'by-the committee. -Some lipr lrce 'Enlls man> of Rrlt- Iniporlant change's arc involicil.. In ish tarm laborers. Hut thc war ol- ruturc'local improvement districts znA founcil hate commit- raay bccorrx rural iriunici'iialities llle to a scheme- ol petition of the ratepayers, thw doingi with which away with the irxperise-oi an cleclion. has yel'made. As Hennessey left the platform he sfiid to reporters that c0: the note lo which he had referred, bad been given, this year. them, "Fwr Not 0-lsrae llfl PIS IS JlfllKWES to favrtr Canadian farmers r to the great" disadvantage of farmers Berlin, Oct. i many districts in Eneland. j almost wittioulfrf sharply 'ontralto solo, "Gcd That Jiatlcsl Sunday mornmg o'clock, re-j !arth and Sandtrson, 01 1.1? Lcru's Ccatii. Ser- iin'.ra. Ktrangers and visitors always vlco !n cvcnicg at Come S: welcome. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATPICK'S Rev. A. H. Rc'scnlhai, pastor, Rev. P. Mlniwe- a.m. Children's mass a.m. High 11 a.m. ....1-Lu.y sviii-ji 3 Evtiiins cemce ju 'p.m. Scrr.ca r.: csch service. CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST FIHS'T" CHURCH OF CHRIST, Aiuenrhiients and.vjl a'cts gTvts the'-ralmstsr'bt _ tics' Power to-dismiss a cour.cil for I Joim Hyan, tnanaeer o[ Ibe Cana- condemns the attitude oi the ?ice at eleven a. in. ev- irrcglilariiies. ;--This'is a poiver'which ;liia" bureau "tor-bleeding" pi 'States government foivr.td the Mexir lestimony mtetins. S..UU p.rr. is'not likely, to be expressed iust London [or Can- cau jliltag Ailing bkm inc in'cxtrtWcases, Mil'at least after..arranging with the war says'Germany ar.d England, after ei- instance lias arisen where tbe 'cr Canadian tc-mounls. Uyan changing views, both, reached the de- ment considefei) that it would a scientific study of hoiso cision that the (.'oudilions I'.eiico been had the tniniskr had this r Two- ciianges'werc 'in the breeding, and is coniir.ced that- ffrst must.be though Oefniany. class remo'Jnrs can te bred-by. mal- may move .ir.depindentiy. to ptotecl ing thorough-bled1' horses uitli ordiri- her Count Reuntlow, a notwl public'lbt, Koyaj Dank Ser- The. rcadiag rcom Is pfien .to. ar.d drink of thc water of frejly. STUDENTS ICAI... EN'TS' 625 12tb Et. S. every Sunday at '1 p.m. Prienris interested arq invited. CHUHCn OF CHRIST i.abor Elall, every Sunday at 11 a.m. breaking of bread. for Paris. OcL Swiss Society of. .Public UtUtly. for Women which' [has branches in important Swiss cliic-a and has begun a camp- aign to require young -women before marriage to be medically examined. with their owri and their parents' con- sent, so as to establish whether they are subjects for marriage." The sockty'wll! issue certificates to young ivomen whom .they think are- quali- fied to be brides. endeavor be to ultimately persuade thc Canton- al legislatures laws such certificates cpmpulsatory. one fivcry .day .from Ibrcc to five p.'n. FA-eryunc.1 is .cordially iavlted to, at- ter.d. SALVATION ARMY Services are -lido at iJ'u si reel, as lollovv-s: Inc. Citadel, ijun-laj, ll Oct. The fight for tbc h-reclftc.' D. IX Soap helps too. us inoro about them both -T D. Hlfiinbolham fc Co., Ltd.; Jack- son Co., druggists. required to comply with' the sions cf .the .noxious weeds act. and to furnish .statistics as to amount of grain threshed, etc. THE LETHBRIDGE SKEWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After .exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter liard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Umited PHONE 5S4 agricultiitc lor promotion of horse- "at In- Parliament, made rn- hrtcdinj; in tlic United Kingdom vilh cant lha of Sir llnlus j B j.'IanciSl. pastor. Morning sub- a view lo a regular .supply of re- i mounts. II this cxprnditiire h3S fail-itlce' ls row f" Isaacs (o thp. fast of Lord Chlc-f Ju3- to accomplish anything ''and -re- course must be riiartc Canadian farmers, anotl-.rr Icison will', he al- fordrd cl thc value of ajricullurai forms promoted by Lloyd-George and the radical government." Me CALL PAID FOR New York, Oct. ran Iti this has than ever before twilb accesElon of. the de- FopetJ governor, Wjlliam Sulzer, and Ms chief Investigator, John A. Hen- editor of The Press. Both sr.oke lo big crowds lasl nlgbt arcl inade r.rrions clfargea agilnst toth K. li McCnll, tho Tamraany cjn- didr.tn for Majcrr, end Cfeis. R .Mur. phy, "the chief of Tnminany Hall. McCall first said Henncssy was crazy, and later he qu.iW'cd his state- j mcnt by savins ho had not had re-; coiirso'ln a referee to deride er be shovild return nny money to a police injector. At big meetings TA3l tntfbl lie refi.dtjO dincDdB lernjod "tiiti filtli r.nd but] cluck to bis cry for cceiioW. Jnbn Pnrroy Mllfbcil, ni elgbt big! cbnMcngcd .to that he u-as MuTphy or against} Hennessey last nfsht roitcrat- -d the. charge that fi.'McOoll, tbo time oi h'? noniimtion fcr court, "an r. vr-y "'-'-sr.ic'nl." In iy fn to Eav "th- t Judge i .iiJd ...bluntly that thc Tammany-leader-lied added that ho hed belt! rutft fni- S'iii.OOO signpd'by An- DtUor ol thc court. Agonies of GaljStones SAMOL (S THE ONLY ABLE AND RAPID CURE FOR THES Pah (ill and Dangerous Disease There are hundreds of suffer- crE frorn'Oall Stones who will bo glad to know of the great result bsing derived from the uso of Saiiol; the remedy tiiat fs safe, and Is rap- Irl In Its action. It removes th'e necessity of an operation; relief comes promptly, the slopes be- ing -dissolved or passed a% in the stoo! wilho-.il danger to thti patient and without pain. Wo have many IcaUmonlals from r.eoplo Isavo thus lieea cured. We arc able lo give names and o.' num- bers of thftse and wilt gladly lr. retls in the cvcnrng. Sunday school and lii- blc classes at.3 p.m. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CIK1UC1I Cnlcdon- inn Hall, IJcv. .1. 13. j'icVlc, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and p.m. MJES vvill at-botb ser- vices. S'iridny frbool at 10.30 UhriBtJan tMravor 7 p.m.. All are welcome.. CHRlSTADELPHrAHS At C3S Twelfth St., A., N. (bfhvefn Gth and th Ureahing of Bread, 4 p.m. Kvenlns service T.oCk p.m. A lecture will V.e dellvrrcd by Mr. Sid- ney T. Subject: '-'Are- we in of the Holy .Spirit T.rlconic. Hring your Ili- blts. N'o coilrotion. LATTES OAY 6AIMTS OHUliCII OF JKSUS C1IH1ST OF r.-VTTER DAY 0. E Hell, ICth Kt. S.. nrar Y.SM. C. A. a.m. Ofncera. and. (cacbers meet- Ir.g: 10 n. m.. Sunday School; 2 p.m mcetlnx Visitors