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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. October 26.1910. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD N earer Only 4 Days More Sale at the Leth- And then it will be forever too late to get your House furnished at less than Wholesale cost. It is ah absolute fact that this sale positiyely closes Saturday, October 29th We wish to make the closing 4 days the banner days of the SALE, and in order to do so, we have thrown profit and cost to the wind' Woods says, "clean it so out it goes. Your chance to furnish your house at half what it would cost you in the regular way. GET BUSY COME IN AND BUY. Woods says, "sell the stock, I don't want to move and we must month, so we will carry out his instructions to the letter; r r Do Not Linger is To Lose Don't Be A Loser SEE POR YOURSELF This stock is entirely new. not a tlot of old fashioned furniture that has been accumulating1 for years, but bright up to date stuff bought from the largest factories in the It seems a shame to slaughter these high class goods, do not want to move them so must sed. TELL YOUR UNCLES 3TELL YOUR AUNTS TELL YOUR BROTHERS TELL YOUR SISTERS TELL YOUR NOYBERS TELL THE WHOLE D------FAMILY REMEMBER We Pay Freight On all goods purchased from us during this To Any Part If you can't get in yourself send your money with your friend. He can't make any mistake. So Hurry Eureka ALBERTA SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION TO BEHELD AT CALGARY, NOV. 1-4 Page 13 MOST AFFECTlfE KIDNEY MEDICINE Kidney act fine aritl Back- In Central Methodist Church Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, 1910. Morning: Praise Service. Half, doors .closed. from "the re- port from each tell- ing how Alberta is being won for Christ by the; Sunday Child we teach" Mary' Foster Bryner, Chicago. of and Appointment of Committees. Afternoon closed in the Sun- day by Prof. L, .L. Henry, Chicago. to Win Alberta; lor or "The "Why and How of Teacher" 'M. Johnston, Winnipeg. 'and' 'adjournment. Sectional Conferences re- garding'individual responsibil- ity in .-winning Alberta for Christ, as follows: the First Baptist Church; Leader, Rev. J. C. Sy- camore, B-A.; Secretary, Rev. T.-Powell, Lacombe; Superin- the S.S. Aud. Knox Presbyterian Church. Leader, George S. Dfngle; Se- cretary, Walter. Jordan, Leth- bridge. Teachers, in the con- vention auditorium. Central Methodist Church; Leader. lenge for- Ouf Sunday School Kenny, Gen.See. Announcements and closing. Evening A preliminary pro'gra'nT of pipe or. gan nuisic and familiar hymns will start at-T.30. Chorus and" Prayer. Schools the Worlds -Marj; Foster Bryner, Chicago. Offering" and Orchestra. A beautiful service of story and L. L. with the, large choiB and orchestra.., Ernest Willis. Elocutionist, with -the Calgary Conservatory'of-Music, will read MEN'S. MISSIONARY AND BIBLE STU D.Y ?B AN Qti ET Young Men's .Club -Roomi, Central Methodist Church M. Dinner win cents per ticket-holders, Price; -Gen. Addresses will be. given by J. M. John- ston, C., W. -Williamson; "Vancouver; Cal- gary; L. Ml and ers work. Music will be" provided 'aid 'the program, -continue'- through'o.ut 'the ache Vanishes few Doses A prompt cure awaits every fiaan'oV woman who takes Pape's Diuretic; for! a lame toa-ck or kidney or bladder trouble." The moment you suspect any. ind-- ne'y or urinary feeiV-diilLJ, constant the- urine Js-' cio.udy, offensive -or ful -lof secU-' merit, irregular "of Attended.' by a sensation of scalding, ing Pape's -Diuretic, as ;.directed, with- jthe knowledge that other" rem.edy at, any' price -.made anywhere .else in the world which "effeet '-so Pape's -directly upon the Kidneys, bladder; and'-entire. urin-" ary system; -vitalizes f regulates, these, "an'd glands and. completes; :the: cure ?witluif in sick headache, easily fatigue ____ Prostatic 'Sprv puf fy eyelids; .binious; Mrs. Bryner; Secretary" Rev. Roxburgh, Olds. taries and Librarians, in the Ladies', Parlor, Central Meth- odist Leader, E. E, Zerkle 'Strathmore; Secre- tary, George M. Thompson. Evening A preliminary program of pipe organ and familiar hymns will start at Service of Song and Devotion, with great adult choir, orchestra and pianos. Message from a Rev. G. W. Kerby, B.A. "A Message from a Sunday School w. Will- iamson, Vancouver, B. C. "A Message" from a 'M. Johnston, Winnipeg. Tear, of Marked Progress" F. Kenny, Gen. Sec'y. Offerings and Orchestra. in the Sun- day School Mrs. Mary Foster Bryner- Chicago! Benediction. I entire evening program "will be liberally interspersed with music led by the great choir.- Thursday. Nov. 3rd, 1910 Morning Meeting in the Ladies' Parlor, Central Methodist Church. 'All District, and Pro- vincial Association officers are requested to attend promptly on time. It is your meeting. METHODIST DENOMINATIONAL METH- ODIST CHURCH Exerdises, led by Rev. W. E. Galloway. in the Sunday by Rev T. P. Perry. Leth bridge. Attitude, as Methodist Schools, to the In- terdenominational Work." Led by R. J. Robinson, Ed- monton. "Missionary and Extension Work for Me'thodist by j. A. Doyle. Regina. Friday, tiov. '4th, 1910 'Morning- Praise Service. 9.15 Devotionalt Half-Hour (all "doors closed.-) -of Unfinish- ed Adjournment. slugjgisH; .disordered" Mdne'sss vanish. pecially colored watei- and- ery ends.. is while it settles.into'- --Division ".Conferences, conducted simultaneously as follows: the -Firstr Baptist by Mary Foster.. .Secretary. Mrs. E. E. -Medicine' Hat-', Jxnoxl Presbyterian Sunday School, by .T." M. Johnston, Winiiipegc G." Garbutt, Cal- gary, _ the Convention Auditor- ium; Central .Methodist clyireb. Afternoon 'Service -of. Song and Devotion. G. Mar- wood. Resolutions. Supreme the Elementary, J. M. Johnstone, Winnipeg; In the, Adranced. Rev. C. A. Myers, Edmonton; In the Adult, Rev. J. E. Hugh- son, Edmonton or :any .mercantile; agency-.w: for, the .responsibility .of son., ,Pape, .6f pare Pape's :by eyery; world; "V Teacher E. S--Bishop COFSORDER CAUSE OF by a. Special Young Peo pie's Choir. Call, of the Mrs.. Mary Foster Bryner. Service. us Go Hence." "THE WORLD FOR CHRIST" A Juvenile Missionary .Cantata With 80 Singers from the Calgary Sfchools IN AL HAZAR TEMPLE, CALGARY FRIDAY EVENING. NOV. 4, 8 P. Program closes .with the Illuminated Cross as seen at the Wash- ington Convention Proceeds to be in providing office Accommodation for the Alberta Sunday School Association ADMISSION 50 CENTS INSTRUCTIONS Convention General Se- cretary will have a temporary of- fice in Central Methodist Church during convention. Register immediately iipon arrival at f.he Convention Office. ,'a 'p'o- lice court trial which Svas being held in the council chamber todaj- the postoflice, the magistrate ordered th-e constable to ckar the room Con- stable McNally, Of Simcoe, .in at- tempting to do so pushed some -of those- standing at the' "top of the stainvay and Henry Ryder, a was standing part way down stairs when he was pushtd over --bv''. those above him. He fell t0 tho torn of the stairway, striking' on head, and died'.shortly inquest will be held. THURSDAY MORNING. NOV. 3rd. Exercises. i J and ganizing Our C" -V i Mitchell. j "Instruction for I Teachers and i S. Dingle. the Net" Humphries. Christ and the J. A. Clark, B.A. Railroad a single fare tic- ket ro Calgary and get a standard certificate from your agent. Have i the certificate signed by the Gen-j eral Secretary and excnange itj for a free ticker, home. Rates; good going Oct. 27 to Nov. and J returning up TO Nov. Sth. j I Billets wili be provided for all dele-j i gates who send in Their names by Oct. 29 on the Harvard Plan (bed i and breakfast free.) Those vv-ho do not send in their names will) I have to take their chances. Apply! at Ihe Convention Office for your! billets on arrival. John McDade, who was shot '-aid1 killed by hold-up men while visiting Mew York, proves to have been known and successful mining rnanXoi- Aloyie, B, ;C.-. For Thanksgiving Day, October 31-' 1910, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company are authorizing a rate --nf fare and on'C-third for the round "trip; Tickets will be or. sale October -2S to 31 inclusive, Jinal return limit _Nny_cmber 2, 1910. 25B-1 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR houses7 S rooms, fully modern in good condition. Price right- Good terms. The Alberta Securities 266-6 BAPTIST S. S. DENOM. RALLY 9.30 in First Baptist Church mutm. The following subjects will be great adult choir issefl: i will assist Wednesday and Thurs- J "Denominational Literature"