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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Oetolwi' TTTF, LETIiniUDfiR DAILY Page 5 "THE KINa'sU'SPENDER COMPANY Toronto, Canada Caoaian Northern ANNOUNCE J Xmas Excursion Rail Rabs From tho Weit In Connection with THE ROYAL LINE Moat, direct route to Bristol London and the ou bale November 7th to December 31 irtttl Pa return limit of five months from date of Issue. Good Going on i ROYAL GEORGE From Montreal, h 11 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS ROYAL EDWARD tons) From Halifax, No27tll ROYAL GEORGE toni) From Halifax Da11tli Bisrth reservations anilKul! information, from am or steamship agent or A. H. fcAVIS, GENERAL AGEN'-------- Scott Main Street, Wireg, Man .EHPRESl November and! December tilings Empress of Ireland, Quebec 'So Liverpool Nov. 1 Mount Temple, Montreal Lake Champlain, Montreal Liverpool Salay, Nov. 7 Empress of Britain, to Liverpool fiy, Nov. 15 London cuyt Nov. 17 Lake Manitoba, to Liverpool ............Wedniy, fNov. 20 .1.1 i Lake Michigan, Montr to London Suy, Nov. Empress of Ireland n Nov. 29 Empress of st. John to Liverpool Fiy Dec. 13 Empress of hytfpee. 27 SAILINGS LO.T RATES Second, Third Cla Complete fttails on application. Berth reservations can now be is with any Railway or Steamship Agent for Christmas ships cite J. S. CARTER, Gen'l. Agt., 210 Portage r Winnipeg. CIIUiiCH SftltVICES. O'Toole Will Loom Up. thirty O'Toole did some gilt-edged work ill the box in the closing days of toe National League -season and his frienrtB arc confident That be will SPECIAL Tourist Sleepers iiave a wonderful v iSii They assert that tho Pu twtrler Is a great curve artist i ill it to the satisfaction ol eritics onco lie strikes bis true Sailings WINTER Excursion Rates On Sale dailyj'Nov. 7 to Dec. 31. Reserve berths now for CHRISVMAS SHIPS 'Sec Local for details or Write J. S. CAR-TER Ger.l. Agent 210 Portage Ave., Winnipeg After tho Harvest -What? We will flivt; you steady nnil profitable employ mcnt in' yourown town and titirroundini; territory. Your time Is worth from -S2.00 to SlO.OOpnr Any to us. and wi will fiiiarantce you a BPtisfnc- tory yUlvt-rlisiilR (Jamplon sniipUod Jrrn; a.nil secure tcrrilol-y. SUM M EH 'CEl Montreal, QueU'trpool Teutonic, L isov- 2- L-Mi-rj >at t aicganUc. _ CHRISTMAS INGS Portland, am; From Lauren tic if, WHITE S GEDl 1C, <-fori' New. York, Qiieei. li CELTIC, Knlltnp New York, Plyrio Southai ip 4 S. S. Olympic Larpc't in OCEANIC, M.U1 Boston, Queensi CVMK1C (OiK t-i ABIC, sailing nightly.) _____ _L_____ New York. Plym 1 South 11 F.- ST. PAUL b I IS NKW YORK aiilinjjs Trrt New York L New D Woilni i Rcrlliln'K llsls i nnfl Win- ter aalllnKs nit n mill Kfiillnpr liHls. pi n lion to niihvny i or to W; II. A I'jI.SSCMIKIT Ar Winnipeg. 1'honi lilp aemla Mnln .SI., ST. ANDKKW'S J3th strefit and 7th avenuo north, Sun- day services at Jl a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday Bclwol ut p.m. All are wel- come. FIHST GilUHCH OP CHRIST, Uoyal Bank block. 11 a.m. Wednesday evening tusMmony mooting S p.m. Tho reading room Is ojKm to 'everyone ovory day from three to five .m Everyone Is cordially In- vited to attend. WESTMINSTER CHURCH (ME- Rev. Joseph Woodsworth pastor, will occupy- the pulpit at liotli ccrvlces'll a.m. and p.m. Hnnday ficliool and Kiltie class ai H p.m. Ail arc heartily welcome. ST. PAUL'S FIRST At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1500 fith aveiiuo south. Sunday, October 27. Sunday stiiool at p.m. .Ser- vices 11 a.m. and Wednesday Cutt'chiKni class y. m., Bible stuily 8 p.m. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner 5tli avenue and 18th street Rev.'C. pastor. 11 a.m. and p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday S p.m. All are welcome. CHRISTADELI'IHANS 12571 Slii Ave., A., S., evening service at 7 p.m. A lecture will he delivered hy j Mr. Sidney T. ilatsford. "The Lord's often prayed hut seldom understood. Everybody welcome. Bring your Bibles. No col- lection. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH will hold Sunday services in the Morris Theatre at H a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Hev. A. C. Watson will preach. IMorning subject, "Thanksgiving and Thanksliving." Evening subject, "A Thanksgiving Tragedy." Bible school will he held in the church at three o'clock. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLI- 8th avenue and llth i street, Rev. Canon McMillen, rector. Sunday school and Bible class II p.m. Communion 8.30 a.m. on the lirst and third Sundays and at the 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sim- lays. Matins 11 a.m. Baptism '1 Evensong p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF MATTER DAY O. E lall, 10th St. S., near Y. M. C. A. a.45 a.m. Officers and teachers rneet- ng; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always velcome. Bishop B. S. Young, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone (JS5. ST. AUUU.STIN'S icr Second Ave. and Eighth St. Kev. J. E. MurreMVright, rector. Harvest services." Holy Cou-'muu-; on every Sunday 8 a.m. and on the; rst Sunday of the month at the 11 'elockservic'c. Alatins 51 a.m. Sunday ciiool 3 p.m. Kvcnsong 7, p.m. GEKMAN EVANGELICAL LUTJ-I- wUl be held at 710 6th St., North Lcthbntlge, at 10.30 will be conducted hyr the 'ev. 0. A. Ciroth iri the German Ian- uage. The German sneaking populace s cordially invited. T. P. 'erry, pastor, 1] a.m. subject, "The lingdon." 7.30 p.m., "A True Charge gainst Jesus." Sunday school at 3 .m. The choir will rentier the fol- owing Thanksgiving musical program t the evening service Anthems, "0 rorship the "Praise ic Lord, o My Soul" The Day is Past and Over" iiartett'e and solo singing. Mrs. F. WaddingLon accompanist. R. Jamiesoa choirmaster solo, "Cesus Lover ot My Soul." anthem, "U Saviour of tho an- tliem, "Sun of .My (Turner.) 'Special music at social hour after the evening service. Come early. Spec- ial invitation to Dry-Farming Con- gress visitors. PATRICK'S A. H. Itosentbal, pastor, Rev. P. .MMiiwc- gen, assistant. Mass S a.m. Children's mass (t.-'iO a.m. Hiah Mass 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. The Repulsiveness of Medusa one of the three Gorgons mentioned is described as being a fair maiden of rare and touching beauty. Because of the desecration of her temple, the goddess Minerva in revenge changed Medusa's hair to snakes and decreed that whosoever should look upon 'her face be turned to stone.) Newbro's Due, Not to Distorted Features, but to her Snaky Hair Minerva know that the surest to ruin a woman's beauty was to de- stroy her hair. Hence she took a most terrible revenge when- she turned Medusa's hair into serpents and thus robbed a feared and hated rival of all claim to loveliness. M'any a-Avoman to-day is -being robbed of her personal attractiveness by tb (3 loss of her hair just as surely as was Medusa. There is one sure way to cheek the loss of hair and add itS Ulld luxuriance, Mid that jjy tllC USC of tllC AVell Ivl'lOWIl -i i jH'OjMiymCtlC IllUl The Original Paiul ruff Germ Destroyer Normally everyone should have .good hair, and were it not for unnat ural conditions existing in the scalp, luxuriant, fluffy hair would be the rule rather than the exception. f Dry, lustreless hair Is due to dandruff caused by an invisible mlcrobic growth or germ. The regular and consistent use of removes the dandruff scale, frills the germ and keeps the hair and scalp in a clean, sanitary condition. It acts as a preserver of the hair, prevents it falling out and stops itching of the scalp almost instantly. Herplclde has a most delightful odor, contains no grease and does not stain or dye. If it is results you want, insist upon having Newbro's Herpicide and not an off brand article Applications at the better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. SAMPLE BOTTLE AND B'3 OKLET FOR TEN CENTS. Send 10 cents in silver or postage to THE HERPICIDE COMPANY, Dept. 87 B, Detroit, Mich., for trial bottle and booklet about the hair, sent postage "paid to any address. Try Hergicide Aseptic Tar Soap for the Shampoo. There is noth- ing better. Tjo. know the real comfort of hair-dressing, ladies should use the Herpjcide' Comb, No. 999. Ask your druggist about both. Two sizes, 50.cent's and Sold and Guaranteed ey'd if results are not as promised, J. D. Higinbottiam Co., Limited Special Agents. Donaldson Line Direct Service THE SCOTCH LINE FOR THE SCOTCH PEOPLE Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry- ing One Class cabin and Third- Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS from St. John, N.B., Dec. 5th and LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now nnd secure the best, it costs no more. Apply io any rail way, steam- ship agent or H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent, 445 Main St. Phone M5312 Winnipeg, Gal if orrsia. Excursions from Seattle SAN FRANCISCO AND REJURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH ANU JV'ttALS IINULUUtLJ LIKE LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS TKAVKI, I'Y SKA on Mi- Me Occnn-Koifijr J'KHSlDHNTorOOVKRNOR. Scud for ftwillwsl rated booklet of CnUforiiin Hotels nml fret- map of the 1'ncific Coast Tie sure to reserve norths in advance PACING COAST STEAMSHIP CO. GEU. W. ABBrUHi. Ceil, Agl. Dipt. 1 1 3 JAMESST. SEATTLE. WASH: KNOX Rev. CameEoh." Services 11 a. in. and p.m. The minister will preacli at both services. Morning sub- ject, "Transfigured Tasks." The sec- ond of the series of monthly musical services will be held in the evening. Subject, "Tlie Sacrifice of Thanksgiv- ing." Sabbath school'and Bible class- es will meet at 3. p.m. Music for tomorrow. Morning anthem, "Praise the Lord, 0 solo, "A -Song of Thanksgiving-1 i Miss Lumhard. Evening chor- uses, "Tlie Heavens are Telling" "Lovely Appear" (Re- "He Glad and duct, "The Harbor Lights" Miss Simm and Mr. solo, "The Lord is my Light" Mr. Fleming, Strangers and visitors .ire alwnvs welcome. The Slattern Woman I sing me a -sons of ihe sloven, Of the woman who has no pride, Who does not care If her raiment bear A stain or a spot cr a snag or a tear; Xor blush to be caught in the morning glare With run-down heel and with towsled With plenty of time, but with none to For tho little attentions to keep her fair In the eyes of the man who found her rare And wholcsomc'ere Her charm and her freshness died. She twists her locks in a frowzy knot; Her dressing gown bears a great grease clot, The rip the uack of her sacque she's forgot; There's a stain on her skirt and an ugly hole In the heel of her stocking and one in the sole. Of bo-'h her slippers, tliat plainy show The need of rejection -nt each worn toe. Thnro are empty shelves in her lone i bookcase; She makes no effort, to keep in pace. As her husband steadily climbs to place, Nor stirs herself to a single grace; With never a. fear 'gainst the time (low slothful and narrow and (lull's her mind; No thoneht sivra she! to the subtle aris, Thai, stoke tho fires within men's She squids st.orrk still tlii.s world speeds Till at last, she's simply a pricking Greatest Cement Piered Bridge in Canada on G.T.R, at Weston, Ont. thorn In his side. AH the rose that she was is gone; By her hands alone are his visions The softening veils that affection, wrought To keep her the sweetheart-and wife that he Herself'she must thank that his dream is wrecked, For men lose love when they lose respect, nio a song of tho .slattern, Of the woman who sits alone, Who had her day and who threw away Her chances''When, beauty and wit could play, Who lazed and who lounged and who did not stir, A finger to adtl to the charm of her, iVbo would noi of lotions and unguents and The story's not new and anew 'twill occur; As she erred so will many another fool err. Kaufman in Woman's World for November. candlesticks. Ears of corn may be dressed in lit- tle paper skirts and caps for place cards. A largo cabbage head may be scoop ed out and filled with fruit and nuts. This makes a unique centrepiece. Wheat may be hound into a sheaf lied with ribbon. This sheaf surround ed with autumn leaves, nuts and fruit makes a very attractive table centre. World for November. Thanksgiving Table Decoration Pumpkin or RiitKish may eiit to resemble a, bushel and filled with fruit. Autumn leaves and strings of cran- berries are'Very effective and appro- priate. Kars of corn may Im tUTruigntl In a pyramid for a table centrepiece. Corn husks may be put around the Don't It Will Pass Away" The kidneys always ttivo notico when thoiranfmn is impaired. If you I tho nnd continue to fancy "it will nobody will bo to blame'but out-self if you got into a deplorable condition and, perhaps, run chances of your cry life. _ Immediately you lamo back, frequent headaches, rheumatic ife. mmediately you have lamo back, frequent hea ca in tho joints, spots before the eycH and so on, t.nlro DR. CLARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS iou c mnnt talro (horn too Boon. They nro compounded itcially_ to improve tlio condition of unhealthy kidnrya. weet nitre, iho chiof curative npcnt employed, i3imivcr.j.'ifly --tnowlerked tho finest sm-nifiu for kidney trouble. DIl. .LARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS contain, besides sweet nitre, five other toiiio, stimulant and anti- Eplto rnctlicincs ami quickly rwtoro failinn bid- leys to healthy activity. Result: splendid general health. DR. CLARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS are told ovorynhcro ut fifty cents a bos, you direct by THE MARTINe BOLE WYMdE CO. V WINHIPCQ CANADA ;