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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta uMlnesilay, Octolior 20, THE LKTIIBRIDGfi DAILY HERALD Tage 3 Miss Jessica Clements and Chorus with "The Boston Opera Co." the Sherman Theatre Friday and Saturda> Chicago Man Has Made a Wonderful Impression Ki-oi cliurch'was crowded at wed waioa of the IIIUVLH- id Sunday tdiuo! :sscciation, aid h- Eiiap.net Alexander, .i c a of oM, be in a con- .i-rcr and hcs compl-.tsly In trarts of the coavenlicn drirgitrs the large ntnnler cf cil.tns who a e hrnri! '-Win. Mr. AlB.in.ilci Ihc at Ihc intensive point. There v.crc many questions asked, ami many brar fruit in increased cTicieicy .on the fart oi the wcrJicts it) this pait of ilie srhool'.s work. ASUTHKK UKKillT BXI'KIIT liovi-nsia'rs in tl.c nrimary cbss icoms a number of tlie .clemtn- 'ary class workers inet in coifeience iti'.dcr 'the guidar.cr of Mrs. -Marv.'ood, ii-ws liis llierne, he has a n.crsKclive Of Calfcarr, and ptiha'E the test Iri- was ilcrcht from tint many lia-.e r.epn bate could-l.e said ct this g it'll to and it'all he h A SUL'lAl, T1MK It was alter six when this t'onfer- uu and Ihe delegates paired to Wesley chinch, where Sunday schools'of the city served a must plftis'ng 1 The menu was par e.u-ellcme and the serviic alove criiidsni. A nuniher ol the visitors and I workers were introduced, time alone !preventing-the introduction r.f one. H proved'a 'cry pleasant socia TIIK MClll't1 MBKTIXC At night ehurch was filled to ilie doors. Mr. A. E. pre Alexander. The fragrant, lasting mint leaf flavor refreshes your mouth, soothes your throat and improves teeth, breath, appetite and digestion. pov.fr io convince. The addrrss- i of llr. AlJXindtr have an'in- f r.ition and should prove a wonder- Kev. Dr. Hoberlson, ivlio was sprat, missed train arid u'ill Ily ceneral request Mr Alexander 'was all the lime arid certainly made good use of il His address on the appeal of tli teen to the province of Albert L eflort and tbe and te-it aUcrnat'ng between woman the Fact'that .an urgent at tbe sallies request was wade thaljlie ccnfeie.ic-' 0[ interest in liis earnest appeals. The address was a of hoy and chaiaclcvistics in early life and the "tceu ase" and the- urR- eat of a change of view-point in dealing with children. The adult was to get our mania'' acd to handb ciiiid and young per'si'ii be- continued today. Mrs. Marwood _.._... is aa expert worker Ih; -t inulus tn the Snr.day schools of er of the who M Alhcrt'd. Isil in Ihc were Mrs. .1. r. Alexar.'Jrr is makfni; his ii. (rarden. >irs. .J. J. aid l-s w-rk. ;lc regards the Sunday Mrs. Krcsg, nf Calgary, and Mrs. M. Chew It After Every Meal It's the most inexpensive pleasure to to carry. It refreshes the mouth before or after smoking, relieves heartburn instantly. BUY IT BY THE BOX Look for the spear Avoid mutations Made in Canada 7 Scott St., Toronto ro of Ihe Kit, satire, inler.sity of-urgent peal, and io'-ir.d'common sense v.vrej bristling out ell over the adir.s'-, En 11 tbe best compliment' tint co.ild he P2id .Mr. Alexander is that UK awli-1 WINS FIRST ivo-ilil iiave HsltnEd lor another! h as the. erratest ajer.cy lor A. Jlason, of Warner. 0 r.nd with jiis splendid ability is In school room tlic sajcrinlend- r n ia- to tl.c the co-oprration cuts and adult iiiet :n confer- 1 I-. on this continent who cnce, and here too there vere d'sc-js- r- had regarded'the as sions ni a mtis.1 helpful character. :.-lJiir.gior..n-pniMi and kids.V Fitch, .Mr.'.J. Oli and Alexander no salary >Ir. R. W. (Juess !ed ibejliscussior.s Sunday school association. lie on the different aspects of the work r. looks allrr his ot interest to Ihsse'deprirliienis, ond fRM and the whole Nortii. was sonic very interesting dis- is setting'thf l.enefit cl his ciission. i it llic close: i'f the address a spe- r-.iccs. lie has won out in Lcth-; KUTUUK OF THE W.OKK was taUn.fiir ar.d those- who havr sal under I At a d'clccij the nien met in ron- vj pEo'tincial associatioa and a V.sjiration 'ol liis niajiiiric.'nt ad-; lereuce on the'fiildre" of. pro-.ii-; ]arge amount ;KfC5 will long hold him in crate- rial association and ir.crc was a free' by'Knos choir was r.r.il plrasing recoil PC'I ion. liiscussion of Ilie strong and weak inspiring ,-nid durin" ".iSnr.iion lie craJurled a confer- points of the. association's wnrk, to- SEng a solo, and I-T for the I4tccn workers and gethcr with financ- V.-..-J: r over fivo hours ttie interest BEST AT HONORS FOR THE OF ALL EXHIBITS DRY-FARM MEET .COALDALE Coaltlale, Oct. out on Mrs. J. J. I.effler Is visiting in Mia- tiomo of Mrs. H. S. Pa-wcon on Wed- souri. 1 nesuay at Z o'clock. Amelia Ixslrand is enJoyinE a visit Mr. and Mrs. George Helsles re ijig trij) last week, rrank Suggilt I rrom nroincr from so unfortunate as lose the first finger'of. his ,right hand by the acci- dental discharge of Ihc gun he was with relatives In Mr. Shnimm w.is s b-jsiaess callfr in on Saturday. Tbe Ladies' Aid are to meet at the carrying. Mr. E. I. Burmtt left O.T orclni; for home in B 1 celv.'d the sad news on Thursday o) the death of a grand son, north nl Mr. J. rtllsbury ts exr-eclert home j Caigarr-" The mile" feWw was four- this month from a three-months' visit years old, and lost his life in the burning of hig father's barn. Jfra. T. P. Broarn will leave shoril? to spend the winter in SpoSranc with her daughter. Mrs. T. .G. Cannon. Makes the day's A-PLEASURE velvety smooth- wholesorncness be: usual fine voice, i EVKIIY O-N'Kl'I.KASKI) i visitors nrs the accorded thein, and( there is -no (io'Jbt but that Lethalidge wo'rV Tulsa, .Okla., state of Oregon captured tlic first honors to- ll- STUCC Mr- !'da- coninettilon'witli the world for tiio best slate, provincial or national exhibit, United States government barred, at the International Dry Harm- ins Congress. Montana came second and Saskatchewan third. Canada evened up matters in the individual made the arrangements for 'the classes, however, by capturing nearly .convenience and c.-iralcrt oi Ihcginsts'i every first prUe for Itiilivldunl entries on a generous w.ilc I oil wheat, bats and flax, both thresned The privilejes of tiic btrcot cats and in sheaf. Individual winners of :conlcd visitors by the city 'arc Brain aro as follows: much appreciated arid the Alberta Threshed Grain government also joined in the hos- rcd whcaU Ell. ipitalif) hy inslalliug a hranch. phor.c I h Saek.; red fifo ,k. -E A tvodcrich, Mnplc creek, in Ihc rcfiislrar s onice lor.tne lire, that a number d'd not- conic who had intcurferl do'ng Eo ow'-1 other ing to Ihe mix up in the chaiuc.froml aer V-oW- summer to-winter the Ptto Scl.wanhe.ck, nur.di.ru C. 1'. H. This was especially true i he Carmalijay line out of Caljaty. MAPLE BUDS OCR KNIGHT STOVE POLISH A HOUSEWIFE JUDO20 BY HEM KfTCHCN. FOR A BRIGHT STOVE AND A BRIGHT REPUTATION, USE BLACK KNIGHT. A P.H8TE I THEE K HAMILTON.ONT. A WINTER COAT Of Colt-ckin, with 'fox. two rowed barley. Mr 'Icholas Taitlnger, ClareBholm. Alia.; la.r, Jolll I'lewE, Carnduff, Sask.; rye erass, S. Croighton UUwart. Saslc Red fife wheat, H. K.. Carter, Kori Qn'Appelle, Sask.; Warnuis wheat, (1 Carney, Djsart, Sask.; white oats Perry, Cardston, Alia.; oats ,ny variely, William Simpson, Para iron. Sask'.; two rowed barley, Jl. H Kort Qn'Appelle, Sash.; si: owed harley, H. K. Carter. Qn'Ap Saak.; Ida, Freelon C. Wesi (Ind'crsley, western rye grass Perry, Cardtton, Alta.; al clover, Seagfr WJiccler, Rosthcrn Satk. prize for the best collective ei hiblt -from a farm women's cliih wa won by the Home .Maker's club c Kladwortli, Sask.. tUe second priw gi ,ns' to Home Maker's" club of A cola, Snslf. ADMITS DEFALCATIONS TO EXTENT OF It In Gambling and Has Bee Covering Up for Two Toronto. Oct. dcta cations to the citent of Jam If. Dfnnlson. an of the Jlassc Harris Co., n-ae at on Sat-'irJay. 118 declires rtut lie Ii lost Hie money In Rambling and Ii been covering up shortages on t books for Ilie past two years. The warrant upon he was taken charged theft of only 433S. The company became on. ly lafelr. .He declsrcd thf.l he was alioiil. II, and knew he was tuipeclcil, but ircnild not Your Family is Large Economy Demands that You Buy "Little Darling" "Little Daisy" Hosiery for Your Children Because they are not only of very highest qualitj'i but the best wearing stockiugs "on tlie market. Because your children will have soft, warm, strongly-knit stockings stockings that will outwear any others that sell at the same price. There is not a thread ol cotton vn "LITTLK DARLING" ot UTTI.B DAISY Hosiery. They are made of the finest, softest, strongest Australian Lamb's wool -knit on the latest machinery and with a stitch that makes this hosiery stronger and more endarin j than that knit on less modern machines. ''Little Darling" and "LWk! Diijj" dyed with fut MnHjrT in tbe colon btslsuiltd for Sky Blot, Carilasl, BUck, T.u, Cicatu. Kvery pair is with tbe Sanshlne m Jrk-hnist on Keing it "Liltlc Darling" have a >Uken are in ill jtataold. "Ultte has and remforced with eilrm >11 iLa to fit children tirelve. Yrar cnriw tkiH. THE CH1PMAN HOLTON KiNITTING 'CO, UMITED Huoiiton Brawi'i Siittt'l ;