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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta nosflay, October 1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 BAND WEDNESDAY and Saturday night at the COSY ROLLER RINK OPENS AT NEW-TESTAMENT LEAGUE AND ITS WORK Gradual Withdrawal of Molher Country Developed Imper- ial Sentiment Toronto, Oct. Ihe Can- ada Forward Club recently. Mr. G. G. S. Lindsay, K. C. gave a most jiressive address on "The Evolu- tion of Responsible Government In Canada." ilr. Lindsey BketcbccTin condilioos under v.'hicb Quebec was governed after the con- wbfu cveii the power of lax- (Continued Krom Kiont Page) Two years and a Mtf ago tha l.ea-! gue was iuiv Caru-.da, In lhat time it has establlehod lit nlno hundred centres tJirojfthcut Dominion, 3Q'l has an enrolled inetu- berchtp close to tUe W.OOO Dealing- with the as why iLe Pc-ckel, Testament is ad-! _ uptatile to. the Rundai- School j .Mr. Watte'dealt ivith the difficulty met with" by Sunday School workers: in having, their scholars teai] .thc-ir 1 Bibles conllniio'Jsly. Pocket.: Testament Usague, he claims, because i o: Its specializing In this thing. will succeed ID ovtrcoailug this illff! cully. In urging that 'the liatlt of niblo reading be' established, shaker read a letter received ai the League headquarters Tor Ksigland ftoii] King Ccorge He writes: "U'indBnr CastEe." "iiiar I have uad thu honor ol, Morgan Uetherinston. Warner; 'subufttlng'your letter of Hie iGth j W. llolllngaworth. Cnlgary; Miss Inst. to the King, and 1 am dlrt-cic-d j kin, Calgary; Mr. and Miss North Lethbridge Four Lots Left L'5 x to Prices to Terms (-ash, SIO iiioutli. This [iropc'rly is iiciir corner Tliird Avonufl and f'ixtoc'iitli Stra-l, :J blocks 1'i'oni hotel ill course of erection.. Sir-wcr. water and side- walk. how before tliev sire all sold. W. M. Gillelan PHONE 1744 I22a THIRD AVE. SO'JTM I our own cost with our land for- ces. In closing, Mr. said: A Long Journey. "Thtc glimpse al a century of Can- adian history makes it abundantly clsir tiiat on Canada's insistence, and always after Imperial we have been''permitted lo do things I ar.dra as.long ago as 1SSI thai lie i Whitla; -Mrs. L. J. Irvine. Calgary: has been a long! would read a. Chapter of tlie Ilible'MT. J. U. Kirk. Whitla: Mrs. Lluum. Ales. McLean, nlalrmore: llev. Mr. and Mrs. McNlchol. Kev. Big Rock; Mrs. Wenger, AHersjds; Has. Mr. and Jits. Calgary; Harr? >Jum- Disiutr. Warner; Mies Janet Wood, to inform you-in ic-plr. ll is quite j lihiles. Calgary; Hev, Mr. and "Mrs. Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. Worth. MenU IT-JC that lie'yromtseii Queen Ales-] Harvey. Mr. A. -Hulchinton. cine Hat; D. A. Wright, 'Calgary. long i Into tMs land of self-govern- and that he has ever since :id-i I'ariland; our own way. Journey meat, beset, wllb many difficulties and oislructlons, but takxii always along ono straight path. There has i never been any. deviation or circui- tion, and we have now arrived Inevit- ably'at that stage'of our journey which IJEds Canada Is ft not only with- long j would read dally, and it nered to tills promise. Yours very Signed Helps the Sunday School. .Mrs. Mcliae, Dry Fprks; Mrs. j K. F. Jianclll. Calgary; Mrs. F. G. I Msnvood, Calgary; Mrs. M. A. Mason. In too second place, the Pocket! Warner; lire-A. H. Nelson. Oavdslon: Testan'iiit I.MS-JO will assist ibe' Ed. Bishop. Calgary; Mr. Oliver, School- Because it co-operates Cbampion: Rev. L. L, Orth. Werner: Mr. I'lniler, Scene from "THE BARRIER" y, October 30 and 31, at-The Majestic Theatre; Thursday and MrE. Sleverson. High Riier: D. Sinlp- aBd Canada is left UREN TRANSFERRED Edmonton, Oct. J. Uren. ss- r.orintendent for western lines for tha Canadian Pacific Railway, and who makes periodical trips to this city, has been transferred U> Toronto. F. W. Walker, who has been Etatioced at Winnipeg, will succeed Sir. Uren. Ha will make his headnu'artcre at Calgary. Canada wii Canada, follo-A-ins upon the influx of, people into Canada, was thi: first step toward full responsible sovcrnmcnl ot j -R_ The act of 17S1.According to SImccK, MllulioL, bill a ccnslllufion' which: s lap stcod the test of experience, and your more: P-trcy Calgcry, ali-Imyerlaiixts. pray every scholar remain within: dulng likewise." Many A. 1.. Smith. Brant: F.-Smith. That sue will do iu.1 were'given as lo the result Ulg ItocV; Mrs. Sobey. High River: on th, scholars' .lives .of carrying n 1 Mr. Souci, Medicine Hal; 11. P. Spen- Testament. One boy decided lhat.ho could: not conscientiously catry ,o tllin3S nm convinced; said rti jn Us Chorus with the Bokton Opera Co., at The-Sherman'Friday and Satur- next. _ is Hie very iaage ar.d transcript Uiat of Great Britain." Fight Against Oligarchy. liam Ivyon Mackenzie, told In graphic tat words the story of of the (iglit in the Legislature against oligarchy, and tile .position taken by Durham and Elglu, the two. Imperial statesmen who did so much" to bring cn aci. 'that Uie only meana of retaining distant col- onies wltti advantage is to enable them-to govern themselves.' A to Empire. Parkland; Laura, Warner; Fall And Winter Excursions Bsrthtng Lists Now Open Attractive Sailinas by Varloua Routes Ustament and a package ot cigar- ettes. AuoUier not listen to 'an rgly story. A seventeen year High 'School boy in Toronto was led to accept Christ and join the It and they Became enthusiasllc nnat Press Asenfe Have to Say of Their Shows, supporters of the Empire. The prin- ciples was' carried from the far north down' under, the southern cross, and EO brings to tiic Sunday School Schol- ar an orinprtunily of "doing Eoni2 de- finite worif. securing of new memhers for- the "League much good Australia, became a great Im- may bo accomplished, and here _, was South At- the's'ueaker hacked up his arguments f. Opportunity -Tonight to See and tlie Beast" at the: Bijou ivcrs of good photo-play.should be lo visit the Bijou and "Heiuly and tbe It must onfessed that there Is not much, plot In Ihis pretty fairy tale. Tho ngth of lies in the way produced. The Bettings, natural artificial, are simply magnificent; costumes are. exquisitely beauti- Some of the photographic effects marvellous and each of the caste Ik- their various parts in a' tbor- '.ly artistic nianner. The manafie- t have no hesitation in .rccom this attraction, edwaday and Thursday, "Quo will ho'preaented, the perseou- o: the Christian. Martyrs. Sst one 'ieae dates aside and visit the u: it's always worth while. "The Barrier" Helton writer of the present, day va jile Alaska as well, as Rox author of "The which to the Majestic Theatre on -sday; October 30. .Mr. Deach t a score of yc-.irs In the far- '1 Klondike, and gained first Information concerning the hab- traditions of Ibe hundreds of le.who tho frozen north lioir.e, as well as thoso nu'mer- ordcr out of chaos. He pointed out now responsible government, under ous men In every walk .of-life, llle Governor bad to accept rere lured to Alaska hbout_.tlitrteen guidancw of advisers possessing years ago to'prospccffor gold.' I of tbe Legislature, was Beach has drawn bis characters! widened'from lime to time to Include with nbsolute. fidelity, and demon- i [rcedom, EO Uiat eveu tlie strates in "The which Is n'M'.cr country might be, diEcnmin- considered his grealesl work, nri al- against In the tavallnn or JTerer- roost uncanny, knowledge of manftind. I her a( the will .oi'.the col- In unusual Inlay of j onics: the colonial GovernmenVob- connictihg emotions solo controi of urigrarited goers .of Lslhbrldge, the manageraent their is in a position to rccomnicnd tlie play wcre so "iramed by- the for ol scenic, that overseas1 Deal- rica subdued than the. people wore '.ntru'sted with free Parliamentary government. They were the most part1 a conquered race. In a night they hccaojoj.ijmperiallsts. These three-great selfVgoveriilng, eutllies. are.the-ciilef partners In the Emp- ire. "The British is built up on with illustrations. A iourtcen year old chap secured'SO members in 3 Department, store inside two weeks. A yoan'g man attending nn eastern High -School., has secured .125 mem- bers among thi.hoys of the'-School during trie' last white a small delicate boy -was the means of te- forming Ihe lives of his parents and ers, Frank recently identified will! tho extraordinarily successful psychological "The Rosary." Scats are now on sale at Kenny Allin's Drug-Bcok store. PONY EXPRESS Office AX'Tl t PHONE' Round St. J j. 63! TRANSFER 1 J. Flf'afin, Proprietor TRUNKS DELIVERED Te any part, ol (he cllr. Furniture Removed: C.O.D. ada'to protect our''own country' at the foundation rock of gelf-gbvern-. sisters, through persuading them to and lives.'-'The-Roman was built upon the basis ol central- ization, and (hough It ruled the whole'-world it died. Gone; ere all I the other Kn pi res of thr world, and for the same reason. Appeal tb Sentiment. "Canada blazed the trail. Duiham's doctrine.was a recognition, based on knowledge inspired fay sympathy, NUT GOAL Lump, .also Mine Run. Screenings, Ton oi- Load .Lots. NEW BARNES MINE PHONE H75 C. O.'D. INFORMATION BLANK Herald Subscription Campaign DeparIrae Phone 2344, P.O. Box MS, Lethbridge, A ltd. OFFICE IN ACADIA BLOCK 7 am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad to have you send me a Jew supplies and further information NA ME..................... ADDRESS... Corinb Sage Tea in Lifeless, Gray Hair Lcok Young! Common Garden- Sagt and Sulphur Darkens So'Naturally can. un (Jrandmotlicr kept her hair beautifully darkened, gloa'sy and abundant wilL a brew'ol Sagn Ten ntid Siilplutr. When- over her hair fell out or took on that dull, farted or streaked dp- penrance, Ihis simple mixture applied wllh foct. By ashing at any drug store for Sage and Sul- Halr.Remedy" you will get a Tnrgc bollle of this old-time re- cipc, ready to IIEC, for about SO cents. -This simple mixture can bo depended upon to ft store .natural color and beauty to the Inir and is splendid for 'tlanflruff nnd falling hair. A well known downtown drug- gfsl says uses V.'yeth'fi Sagfi and Suljihnr, h.e- cause It (3 ark on a EO naturally and evenly that nobody can toll xtt lins bfeeu so easy; use, too. You simply dami> cn a comb or soft I rush and draw it through! ycur hatr, Int' ono strand at a limo, By morning thfl grey TiaEr jjears; after another appHcntlori ov I wo. It Is restored to (iiroj color pM Icolss glossy, rioft and abundfcnl. Sold by J. p, Highibotham i Co., Ltd. that -the authority oi the country rested on other than mat- PRAYING Of All Kinds Vfestern Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Frelehl Shidi (Office Office 462 1CSI become -members oi the Pocket Test- ament League. Start. "We are gathered together at this time to' discuss ways and means of increasing the effectiveness o! the Sunday School's' work. We bring you the -Pocket Testament League with all its simplicity, with all Its freedom from initial cost, and yet with Ha ablencss to accomplish just what you want accomplished In your School. W-t- ask you men and women of this splendid Province to see that your Province is well known because ot the: fact thnt the Bible occupies it very' large place In the individual lives of your boys and girls, and your cltlzsnhood generally, as It Is well known because cf its wonderful na- lunradvantages with which God has blessed It. We: claim tbe Pocket Testament league will do all have set forth in this period riot" because of Its great success In Canada, not trom any other reason whatsoever apart from the fact tha It is conc-erned only with the Word o the Living God." Mr, George S. Dingle, president o the Provincial association, wns T.TCS ent and presided at the first part o the meeting, and during a session o the.. Provincial executive Rev. 0. !i Cobblcdlck look charge of the con ventlon, Delegates Registered The following Is Ihe list of dele- Ciicago, Oct. 22. case of. gates' who .were registered at the Sun Henry. Spcnrsr, tbe confessed murder- day..School convention up to noon r. now awaiting trial fo.- killing Mrs. C.ulfe a large number who mad; appl brial ascendaDty. Ho appealed to tbe Bentl'menta and Ideals of' men, .and laid foursquare lo all the winds that the foundations not only of a great Dominion, kt flifl not live to see, but also of" that ptistilonate loyalty which-sen-cd Britain well in ecent years of warfare and peril. 'That fiovernment alone la strong which has hearts of tbe said Fox.-'Canada will one uattee to my, were the dy- ng wofda ot Durham. The baa come, and the hearts ol Can- adians, strong in his faitb, will .ever his iminory green. Hold and Drge as. were bis plans, he byilded Toorabs. Haymond; Miss Ella Waitc, bctlor than Empire." he knew: he-built an. BAD ANTECENDANTS. Students of In Criminology Interelted Spencer's Caee. Mildred has arousid wldcsi-Tcad Inlerest among -slndcntB of criminology. An investigation ot liis antecendents has brought to light thea'e facts: That, hla father, a IKe-long victim of alcoholism, died a suicide. That thrse years alter his father .had killed himsilf. Spencer's only brother' look .sis own life. That one of his sisters killed her- .out of despondency after Spen- cer had be'.ii sentenced to hfs first te'rm In prison. ..That n third sitter .married and, alter bearing two children, .died ol (iih'crcnlosls. TU rimMOi, cn rbtKi ana Nov. IS Dec. 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG OR LOCAL AGENTS MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL CANADA ...................Nov. 1 MEGANTIC Nov. 8 TEUTONIC................ Nov. 15 LAURENTIC Nov 22 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Halliex CANADA Nov. 29 Nov. SO MEOANTIC Dec. 6 Dec. 7 TEUTONIC.......Dec. 13 Dec. 14 White Star Line SOOL 'or, Cedric, Dec. 4 Baltic, Dec. 11 Celtic New York, Plymouth tons, ft long 19. and Dec. 13. MAJESTIC N'ov, 26, OCEANIC Dec. 5 Nsw 'York, Dec. 13, Boston, Queenston, Liverpool Nov. 18 and.Dec. 15 Arabic The Laurentic and Megantic are ihe largest steamers In the Canadian Trade and embody ajl the comforts and I'jxurlis o' up-to-date iravel Teutonic, Canada and Arabic aro Irrm-ri Ohe-Hass Cabin Ships on which passengers hase tho best ac- commodations at Second O'ess rates. (Joraioft economy conv "blned. Yv For Sailings, Illusirat- :tl Booklets, eta, apply to nearest tall- -vay or steainahJp agent or .write, W. M. McLEOD, Canadian Passenger Agent. 3S3 Main St. Wtnnlpcg LOCAL AGENTS 3, B. MITCHELL, P. R. AGENT Ask about our Cruises to 1'an- amn Canal aurt West Indies, or Medit- erranean Criuaes lo the Kiviara, ItaJjr and THE WORLD-FAMOUS REPUTATION OF THE CUNARD LINE 15 fally maintained in Ihe inngjilfcesl 'ctw one claw cabin (U) Iwi'n stcaaers iUACNIFICEHT APTOmTMENTS. GjnatiasEatn,, Open BndCovefedFroracnftdES, Spaaoci SPECIAL CHRISTMAS 3A1LCTT. DECEMBER 9li. li N.w (UI3) J. S, WINNIPEG. Harly tor is For of railings and from Itoilrttl, Pot Jfew Yci t, npp'x (o I A ft or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD, 304 M.m Str.rt, A. E. MITCHELL, PHONE 612, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA._ k or THE j BLADDER cation for accommbilallon Have yet 10 nrrlic, ana ttiere is llltle doubt hut thai the requisite mimbtT will be here to ensure fre; return. Heo. S. Dingle, Calgary: Mrs. Dibble, Spring Coulee: Miss Toombs, nay- mond; Hiss Whit, Xfajrath; Her. .and Mrs. Smith; Magralh; Jlr. Martin, Jia- frrathYMIsa A. Blttorf. Warner; MHs Boulton, Calgary; Mr. Brown, llcd- clitf: Mr. F. 0. Bull, Mr. Cnmblln, Calgary; II. B. Chlsbolm, Iowa; Mr. C. Allsopn, Calgary; Mr. Anderson. Calgary: liev. C. and Miss Bishop, CoaHale; Mrs. 0. W. Heather. 6hiw, Magra'lh; Hr. A. Elford, Cal- gary; Mr. and Mrs. K Evans, Medi- cine Hat: JJTS. p. W. Ford, Calgary; J. H. Garden; Calgary: RCT. A. Clem- Bcttel; Mrs. Chrljlle. Calgary; Mr. 11. Calgary; Miss Irene Conner, Warner; Mr. De Vrlcs, Iron Springs; Mrs. Doan, Calgary; Mr. Olh- son, SlWJng; A. F. Gilmore, Cat- garr: .Warner; Rov. H..J. Godrnan. Kaa'mer; Mrs. Medi- cine Hat: lire. Gregg, Calgary; R. W, and Mrs. Hardie Klpren; Rev.- A. W. Ha'rdlng, Iron Springs; MT. Hirrey, Mr TO THE EXCURSIONS OLD COUNTRY NOW IS THE TIME to let ut ron YOUR TWf' RAIL FARE To St John Dally, Novcmlxr 7 to 31 ;.LIM'ITFIVE Thrtugh Tourltt tnt standard Slteplni Ctrt In wnnottlon principal Sailings to No M route and VuH tiirtitnliirs tnd'tli details arranged tor you ty MITCHELL C. P. R, DEPOT, LETHSRIDGE; PHONE REPRESENTING ALL ST6XMSHIP LINES R, Dlitrlct PtMengcr Agerrt, ;