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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta lay, OdobiT 25, 10 III THE LETiiimroGE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 Our Monuments and Prices Will Appeal to You or'call and let show you. The Lethbridge Monumental Works R. Needs, Myr. Lethbridge, Alia. "Play Ball" McGRAW and MATHEWSON, "BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE" at the Sherman next Mon. and lues. PROVINCIAL S. S. CONVENTION OPENS HERE MONDAY NIGHT; (Continued From Front ulglit will proofed nt once to Knox cburcL discussion Indulged iu. Th ainj reglstvr .Mr. J. KufSfll Oliver is yatbt rings will be of ;i n.ore popular and will supply all possible cliuracUT. What is ilesireU lo tc Inv information. On iloiitlsiy night Mayor Jlardie will thau anything else al this Juncture Is that all are SECOND HAND, AS GOOD AS NEW. BE SOLO VERY CHEAP. SEE R. W. Wallace AT THE ARCADE PONY EXPRESS OfScelOB) A-yr) PHONE Round St.] S3J TRANSFER J. Ftgglns, Proprfstor TRUNKS DELIVERED To any part of the city. Furniture Removed; Coal C.O.D. Grandma Never Let Her Hair Get Gray Kept her tocke yo'jthful, dark, glossy anil thick with common garden Sage and Sulpliu- NUT COAL Lump, also Mine R Ton or Car Load Lots. NEW BARNES MINE FHONE 1475 .C. 0. 0. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Sheds Office 1163 PHONES I 462 1054 Martin's Transfer 1060 Csrefui and Prompt Service Auto Livery in- Connection Whtin you darken your with SJSG Tea and Sulphur, no. ont cau ictl, bccauso il'a done so fo tvc-nly. Vicfur- iny at homo is INU6SV yad tto'.iblt- some. for nO you ua n al any tlore the ready tu use tunic "Wi( Hi's antl Hnljihur Hair Item- You JiiRt dRiitiiuu a siJQUge or soft brush with it and draw tliis through your lialr, Cikhig one small strand at a Unit1. Hy all gmy hair Uisai-ptara, alter unoliier appllc Alton or two. your tiaSr bt'coincjj beauiJ fully darkiMiccl, .glossy mill luxuriant- You will aieo discover Is :iiid hair etopptJ Cray faiied lair, thotigh no dispracp. Is a sign of itnrt us we :ill dcsln.1 a youth- ful and attractive get busy p.t once with XVyeUi'i Sage, aiid Sulpbur and look years younger. n ch'fc weltoine. The touveii-j lo the pyblic. and everyone in ttoii will last until WcdiicsvJay nlsl't any way intcrsnted is to at- >vith sessEous dally. ttn'l. Thv of venllon will Mr, John U Alexan- der, of (-'lilfaso. suijvrinttudent o( tJio Secondary divitlou uf ihe luti-ruation- A gathering of more than al S. S. note will be a business ctieoii at uoon on Tuesda I Alexander will speak hm- n Mr. Man's is (he world's I The Hoard o.' are most uotcil sjiec'alkt on the "'teen ins their ml d -week tuncheon wkhiliEs j age1' :iiiJ is murli ppoakcr of and there should be a of business wen. lu last day v, ill be devou-ti to'yi--ar ihe business men's luncheon was couforcncos, or ihrtc iming in) in a way the big feature or the con- are vcntioa, and al it wns torn wiili prtat unstlons can I r-tiibuslftsw the intention of making UIK! general a btd for tbe Interuaiioijal t-onveniiou, session at the one Ihe at uhic- be atked aad answtr nve At six o'clock O3t will be a F ihe delegates, by the day schools uf Thfs also bo teld In Wesley cburtb. The fuilowinj number uf had registered up t-i tliis morning ;Fall And Winter Excursions iUy, there j Berthing Lists Now Open -anquot tor Atlraclive Sailings by Various Routes II STUB DDKINIflR lliit MONTREAL. QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL I LAURENTIC I CANADA a regsre .i is Letliijridge 41, Caljarj 21, Medicine "EG AN TIC Mat 5, 10, Kasimcr 3, Iron ns 1, -Walsh 2, 2, 1, IlavniuLiI 2, lyvva -I, Ilialnuorf 1. j TEUTONIC Oct 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 littliel Alitersyiie 2, ILAURENTIC NOV 22 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Halifex Nov. 29 Nov. 30 MEGANTIC Dec. 6 Dec. 7 Ilranl 1, tthitla 2, 1' Crrok 5, Parkland 'I, CardElon I. lla'ifl 1. Kd-j CANADA motion 1, 1, t'lartiholin: MEGANT.- ___ ___ I, Uranurn 2, llfdcliH 1. Kishtmrn 13 Occ. 14 _ V Fork 1. Total 116. The- official in full Iowa: In Ecottand. England and the Conllnenl can be made at the lov-est tVeekiy lli'Berve now. For full any Mitvvay or siPu'i'.shhi asoiit, or, H. E. Ll'OMAM, General Agedl, Main St. V.'innlpsg, Man. Jrunkenness Can Be Cured Alcura ,tLe widely treat' meat for alcoholism can now be ch- ained at our More. It is guarantied lo cure or btneHL or money 'refund- ed. Remedy lhai has been tried by .housands and found lo do just aa it clotnis, Dranlienness is." a. disease. Those who arc afflicted with Lite craving for liquor have to le helped lo throsv H off." Alcura N'o. 1" can Le gl secretly in coffee or; food. Alcura No 2'tB ihc voluntary, treatnifint. Helri your loved ones to rosloro theniotlves to lives of soLricty and usefulness and to regain the respec the community in which you live Only box. Ask for Free Rootlet J. D. Ijigiubottaim t C.o, Limited Abridge, Alberta. Is EI curalile disease, wliich require treatment. The ORRIN'E troaiuien can be used with absolute It destroys all desire for- whiskey, i beer or other, intoxicants. Can be giv- en in Use )iomo. No eanitarSum ux- N'o. loss of time from TvorK. Can be given secretly. If after a trial you fail to; get any benefit from its use your riioney will be refiintJcil. ORRINE Is in two forms: No. 1.'secret ireittnent, a rowrier; OKKfSK No. 2. In pill form, for those ;n-hn desire to take treal- jment; only SI-GO n box. Como In over. Ihe-motter with us. t Ask for booklet.' I Red Cross prug-SCore, Ltd., Acacia I block, OUR LANGWIDGE. {CincEimali v'hat ftnee is tbere lo English, pray? I I don't like it a Ut. k'lien would til tfn us, we eay That wont stand for iL say "too much sleep is Larm'ul. Do you believe It? Ten hours' sleep may not. hurl a man in .bed, but ten seconds would be ruinous In ihc ring. But GIN PILLS Conquered His Rheumatism fact that men of I ita not hcsilalc (ocomo out and sialc liow ranch goxlGIN VILLSIilvt done tlicm, f peaks volumes for old remedy. Mr. W. 0. of HaiaiUnn, wliose slale- below, with liij pcnnteiou, il ooc of the bcjt knovrji men in Canada. Ilia msnv frioiiila throughout country nil] delighted lo leaia tliat lie is quite himself ayain. IIcfGjs: "I have licen for the IASI twoye.ugn crijjple W'th Slusciihr and Jnflaninialory KlieuinnfLnr. I rnvfi tried tolucdieal Kitucc lo relieve me of the-intcnse pain and inflammation t soiiuM rliinge of clim.Hc ill Kentucky .mil oilier Kwith-rn wilhonl relief. Ydur in Mils city recommended I'lMvS nnrl J li.ivc Ukeu eiRlit am lion- I !he couquciorof r.liernmfitin'iiiil (Signtj) W. Mntrulai and Iiidsmmilory Khciiraltism, Ku.ilicaand alloliiei IrouMctflrUinp MC.-.'X, Inactive tnfor.iK'tl little chance ngaiuht OIN J'lU A 'flic curati.c In f strAicht lo (he rMt of Ihe u! llic Iiidi ff> of Ihe blood'ftcc the Vr.c Atiit iviiicli is couli'iumlly being JicTj) Kidneys lp pcrfijrni this function GtX jiujicrly, ami Itic train of trouble j vnnlili, And prove tl to OITII Thctc i no joe, 6 for Sarupic if National i u. ff Caur.da, TJuiiUd, Toroulo. .-j MONDAY AFTERHOON. OCTOBER 27. Ira I luti of Ucksalt-s and Assignment o( liillt-ls. IICElslrar's OtStc will be in Kr.ot Church. IX-'.'Olt-lial liour. conducted 111 the SujiJay lo'Jms of Kuux Church, by II.-. Ki.rncc-r, l.tthhrldge. -ivho will liiivu i-hriryi! o: the; dc-iotloDal ijeriods_of the tnliro Convention. for McO-itcition: "Iteverence for Clod Alter the ul (Uiiist." MONDAY EVENING. Chairman of Evtniru Mr. J. IfJsiu. of under the direction o! K. F. LayUiu. Soloist of Knox Cliurch CUolr. iviio will have full charfic of the Couvention .Music, assisted by a Union Choir froni tlie Cliurthc.s of the city. JSG; U'.l; -1SS. IntioJiiclory Jtciuarks. of Civic Welcome: 'ilayor Har- die. lA'tliljridire. JJuelc. U Alexander. Sujil. Se- Division The International Sunday Association. "The World's Greatest Edueatioiidl Itistituliun." 250. JO. TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 28. of the Provincial Hoard Meeting in Primary Department rooms of the Convention Church. Chairman of Morning Session: J. E. Hucliauan, Chairman of Calgary. llalMfour. It is earnestly de- sired that every Delegate and "Visitor at the Convention he present promptly at the open- hiff of this period. Much dejmnds'unoii these devotional sessions. The ushers are asked to permit no OEIC lo enter-after Ihe opening hymn until the close of liie period. Subject for Meditation: "ReverenccforGod's Word, as Illustrated uy the Teachings of Christ." Address: John L. Alexander, "The Phy- sical Life of Ihe Teens." Discussion. of Convention Comiuitleea. of Pastors "In Sunday School- rooms', Knox Church. Chairman: Rev. C. H. Cobbledick, Lsllihridge. Leader: .Tohn b. Alexander. Hey. H. D. Marr, District Sec- relary tiie'Aibe'rta Ulble iti Alberta." Discussion. Address: Harold .A. Waltc, Secretary Pocket Testament League of Canada, "The Pocket Testament' League in the Sunday School." Discussion. Recess. Men's L-tmchcon in. Wesley Church. .Chairman: Joseph P. Tracy, Lellibridse. Speaker: John L. Alexander. Subject: "A Man's .lob." Luncheon SO cents per. plale. Division Workers' Luncheon In Wesley Methodist Church. Chairman: Mrs. A. E. Dunlop, Lethbridge, Speaker: Mrs. F. C. Manvood, Supt. Ele- mcnUiry Dhislon The Alberta Sunday School Association., Subject: from the World's Sun- day School Convention." TUESDAY AFTERNOON Molov clde for Visiting Delegates, virle'd by Recreation Committee.- Ciiairmnn: A. J. Irvhig, Y.M.C.A. THREE SEPARATE CONFERENCES MEETING SIMULTANEOUSLY. Elementary Division Workers' Conference. Primary room of Knox Church. Mrs. F. G. 2. Cradle Ilig Work with Liltle People. Discussion orened by Mrs. J. II. Garden, Cal- h-nry. Day and Special D.iy Exercises for and Primary. Discussion opened by Mrs. J. 3. Itobcrts Cai- gary. the Junior Department. DiFcasEion opened by-.Mr. S. 0. Gregg, Cal- Bary. Comments nnd Criticisms on the Graded DlBciission opened by Mrs. .11. A. Mason. War- ner. '5.IO.r-My Greatest Difficulty. Gene.ral.Q'ieslions. Secondary Division Workers' Conference. Main Auditorium of Knox Church. .Mr. Barle Hoberls, Lethbrldge, [ircsiding. Superintendcnls' and Adull Workers' Conference. Sunday School room of Church. Mr. J. V. llipntiotham, pres'dlne. L.Alexander will lead ihedhciission in thii Conference to which all and v.orkers with Tnen Aje boys and K'rls are earnfcstlv Invited. is a Sunday School Sui-c-rinlei-.d- ent's HuHinefis? Discussion ouened by Miss ii. Kitch. l.clh- brldge. Tilings Happen -Orsallizinf the Forces. by J. R. Oliver. IjclhbridBc. 1.10. -Organize Your Uiblo Tlicn? DiFCuTEion opened by R. W. Guess. Maerath. Uutv to Our Work. Discussion opened by F. Werry. GeneiMl Si iretary. "Get Acnuainted for all Convenlion Delegates. Wesley Methodist Churoli. ''ontributed by Convention Com- mittee. Cliairman: T. W. Quayle, TUESDAY EVENING. Chairman of Evening Session: A. 1C. Duuloy, Ixjlhbridse. of Sons. Hymns: Rev. J..C. Hobcrlson. General Secretary Sabbath ScboolF, Presbyterian Church of Canada. "The Sunday School's Missionary Opportunity." Music. John L. Alexander, "The Chal- lenge of the. Teen 'Ase to the Province of Alberta." n33. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 29. Chairman ol Morning Session: J. H. Tahor, Letll- bridge. Subject for Mediiation: "Reverence (or God's Works, as .Manifested in the Life of ChrisL" John Alexander. "The Spiiltual fjlfe of the Teens." Hev. Spencer, D.D., Supt. Social Service Department of the Uantist Union of Western Canada, "The ijunday School in Moral Questions." Uusiness. Reports and Legis-. lation. Recess. School Superintendents' Luncheon Conference. Wesley Methodist ipiiurch.. J. H. Tabor, presiding. Speaker: John L. AJcxa'nder. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Rallies and Conferences. Presbyterian: Knox Church Auditorium. Leader: Kev. J. C.' Robertson, Geneial Sec- relEry. Baptist: First Baptist Auditorium. Leader: Hev. W. P. Freeman, Pastor Hill- hurst Baptist Church, Calgary. Methodist: Wesley Methodist Church Auditor- lum. Christian: Christian Church. loader: liev. ,1. Pickle, Pastor Church Christ, Lethbridsc. Salvation Army: Army Barracks. Leader: Capt. Tulle, Lelhbridge WEDNESDAY EVENING. Chairman of Evening Session: The President- elect. 7.45.- -Service of Song. Hymns: 2'32; 451; 557. the Hosts and Servanls of tho Convention. S. 15. nummary of Convention Proceedings. Music. .Messages from Denomina- tional Rallies, Music. ftev. J. C. Robertson, "Where Our Work Words: Hev. Dr. Spencer, devo- tional leader. Tlymn: 240 (1'orl 2.) GENERAL INFORMATION. Regislrar... ...J. R. Oliver. Box 375, Lelhbridso Chairmen of Committees on Local Arrangements. Chairman of Executive........J. p. Iliginholliam Vice-Chairman.............'..........J. H. Tauor and Dilleting. .Mrs. T. W. Quayle Hcceptlon and Registration...........T. R. Oliver Decoratior.s and Exhibits..........Earle Roberts Ushers and Public Comfort.....II. A. Kilpatiick K. F. I.aylon Recreallon..........................A. j. Irving Quayle Finance............................J. M. Aitken Secretary of H. Elmer Green LADIES' REST ROOM. Through thn thoughffulness and hospitality of the ladies of Wesley Church, n Kcst Uoom will be provided for visiting lady delegates. Y. M, C. A.' The courtesies of tiie Y. M, C. A. are extended to visiting gentlemen delegates. THE WHITE STAR LINE'S if N OLYMPIC" Ct T A NEW YORK otar L-ine LIVERPOOL 2u Cedric, 4 Baltltj JJcc. 11 CelUc York, Southampton. Plymouth tons, fl long Xov. I0f mid D-H-. 13. MAJESTIC Xov. OCEANIC Dec. u York, Dec. 12. lost on, Qucenston, Liverpool Xov. IS and Dec. 15 Arabic flic Laurentlc and Mcganlic are Ihc Isrgeit steamfci-s ir. tiie Tradu EJU! embody all the comforts -.-.-A lusurifs n' up-to-ilale travel. Teutonic, Canada ard Arabic arc Ships on which passenscTS IIP.SC the lies', au- ctininiodalfnns yt Scton-I Class Conitorl aud economy com- I'or Other Sailings. Illustrut- I etc., apply lo R cares I or steamship ageiit or write, W. M. McLEOD, Canadian Pstsenger Arent. 335 Main St. Winnipeg LOCAL AGENTS S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT AND H. McBETH. Ask about our Mine Cruises to n.a Cana) ,and West Indies, or Mc-dit- ertattcau Criuscs to the Riviera. Italy pt. ficorgn P. Hurrowfi. an employee ol tbe Electrical Co. of para raits, Ont. engaged in wiring Col. N'ellee' siimtirer n.siileucc in XIa gara, was istantly killed by coming Ji contact with a live leading into OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, the Niagara power house.. OH LOCAL AGENTS LONDON-PARIS October 25 Nov. IS Dec. 13 Sook Your Passage Now To The Old Country Most direct Utratc to. London, and the Continent FROM MONTREAL (at daylight) and QUEBEC. ROYAL CCV.'ARD SATURDAY, NOV. 1. ,OW EXCURSION FARES v From iiic VvC-Ht in connecliou with the Till'] ROYAL LINH Tickets on Sale .November 7th to December Inclusive, Retnrtr Limit of Five .Monllni. 'GOOD GOING ON ROYAL GEORGE......'.From Montreal ROYAL EDWARD .....From Halifax.. ROYAL GEORGE.......From Halifax Saturday Nov. 15. Wtdneiday' Dec. 3. Tuesday Dec. 16 Berlh reservations and full information from any rail or steamship agent ir -write or ]ihone II. Davis, General Agent, 585 -Main Street Winnipeg.. Tr...l i. Comfort IV. f.Ud.l (11IJ) CUNARD LINE The "An-JAnia" and cairyir-K ens clsss (II) and third clue vtwtls are cieiy raoilecn Improvement Eeatiriels if-etr alddmcas U TOugh MAGNIHCENT APPOWTf4EKT5, TKawlng-room, and Covered Slalerooraa, Orchestra. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SAILING DECEMBER M, 1913. frcra to Lircrpool, S. S. One (lit thirJ Mtljr, for