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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 1913 TIIR LETIIKRIDGE DAILY HERALD The New Fall Hats Are In Newest and most Shown We Have Pretty Hats at to C. A. COOKSLEY 13th Street Norlh Mrs. A. Purdan, just arrived to tako charge of millJnery dcpl. PHONE 792 For choice Beef, Pork, Veal Lamb and Spring Chicken Fresh Eggs and Butter Try Our Pork Sausages Simpson Bissett Meat Market 1 HO 6th Avenue South POST OFFICE ON SUNDAY Kditor ot The Herold: Reading a well Umed article on our poElal service in your wsstly coniemjioraTy, reminded me of 'anoth- er, .whioh vriier of tho article in queslion, in eliminating the local poatil people from ilame for Inefficiency, Ignoree, 1 refer to the Sunday service, or rather lack ol ser- vice. At present thore Is no general delivery for any time on Sunday, nor have even noiholders access to the corridor at any tlms on Bnnday. Thii Is a very atringent and inconvenient resnlatloa and -an whjch Is felt by all classes of the com. 'inunicy, but more especially by .the working- for at the weekend lie cannot get letters or papers laler Umn twven o'clock on Saturday evening. It IE on Saturday and Sunday morning that a.' largo .proportion of eastern and Old Country mall arrives, and no mat. ter Important It is, or how anx- ious peoplo are lo got It, they rnubt wait until after eight o'clock ou'Mon- d_ay morning. The travelling man and the transient public have olten to inlss their mall, too. From seven o'- clock on Saturday evening iiij elgbt o'clock on Mondiy moraine, is far too long for the vast office to iie entirely so when there are sev en mail trains arriving in tie city in the meantime: V.'llh nl! due respect to tie Kmcilty of Iho Sunday, and the laws good sentiment which rule It, I don't think it frould hurt-jf some arrangement would be. maae for the necommodation of lie jrabllo on this, day. Tho opening of the corridor sri viclel for, say, even an hour In th morning, would be a great boon.' believe .other toTvna have such ail rangement, and it IB very badly nee cd and generally wanted in Let bridge, it would not increase Sunda labor to any great extent, nor yet a feet the sacredness of the day, and It Is within the power ot our local o ficera lo grant us tills benefit the He, In gei.eral, I am sure, wouhi b very grateful YourB, Page 11 MILADI EDITED BY PHONO AT EVKKTIDR The sen is sinking o'er the western hills, Each vale and glen with lovely radi- ance And nt the close ol nature's well spent day The hinis to their retreats do wing their way. 'l'is to me the sweetest time of day As Jre-jn (he cottage porch ray eyes do stray, Down the lor.g winding lar.e, where! hoped, will enable many church, who hate teeu from doing so. t Hev. Dr. Spencer lo ttten prevente I I I) Ladies' White Underskirts A limited ijuantHy only, of Indies' fliie Underskirts; deep Swiss Kmbroldtry Klounce beaded with three neat lucks. Splen. did value In regular way at J1.75. On TON'IOHT at 95C Infants' Bibs Ten dozen Infants' durable torchon lace. TONIGHT.ONLY Quilted Dibs, tdged ivith Ilegular iOc each. Girls' Vici Oxfords Srr.cirt style Vlci Kl'1 liluc.'ier Cut Oifordi, solid leather soles and patent leather tip. Sizes S to JO'.i. Regular 5c Large sized" Clear Pressed Glass ers in conventional ehapc. Regular 60c; TONIGHT for Saturday Night Fruit Specials 35C ELBERTA PEACHES, Per caee WASHINGTON fancy stock; TO-MUIIT 41bs for........... 25c THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES CHURCH: SERVICES ned with a smooth.floor, made danc- ing a pleasure. Dainty refreshments wore served at the. nrldnlght ibur, after which the dance was resumed. Resides.the -Medicine.Hit wiioso names appeared in this column yesterday, were noticed the Jllssea DIxori and-Mv, P. fjawrence Xalsmllb, of Calgary, who motored over with Mr. Fred HOED, on his return from a visit to that ells'. CLUES AND SOCIETIES The G. T. Embroidery club.will roe'et Mrs. D. II. Elton on Monday af- ternoon. Knoi choir has been re-organized for the nutumn, and special muslo will he rendered at both services tomor- row, t Mr. will address the Up. worlii Lcas'ae of Wesley church, on "The Messiah and Ills at Ihe monthly devotional meeting on Monday night. The jiastor ami official boards of IVosley church Invilo ell the men of Iho congregition to a free banquet In Iho lecture room on Monday evening, Scnlomber IB. The objects are mut- tal acquaintance, iniormation and co- operation. The Flower Guild acknowledges with thanks the receipt -'of flowers rom Jlrs. Q. W. Orny, Mrs. P. B. Shea, don, 3. E. Tcrrlll, and the Gait Oar- lens, for their weekly visit to the lospllal yoilerday. The (lulld of SU Mary's church will meet In (he pariah hall at 3 o'clock n Monday afternoon, when -Mrs. Uar. Inglon and MTP. Washbrook will be hoatesscs. Special business ncccs- IWes a full attendance. St. Cyprinn's Cbufcli will celebrate s third anniversary tomorrow, when specially bright with eilra music In the eveninc, will be featores. lev. Canon MoMlllen, the reclor, will reach, and he is. anxious to sea ev. ry member and adherent yil tomor- ow. At the fover.oon service on.Sunday Sorjtemb'e'r H. Uie teachers will be in- ducted lo cilice, at an Instaliai'lon ser- vice. CranhrboV, u. Sejit. 5. Kire iroke out (his evening-in (he wall Paper store ol Alderman Ross Carr. on N'otliury avenue, ar.i the-building and stock'was damaged to the ex- tent of two or.three hundred dollars. The lire was caused by a elec- tric light wire an'd the ceiling was burred before -tbe brigade ar- rived.-Had 1hc fire reached the tack room where paints and oils were used, there is little doubt, tul I' the building and the residence am the livery barn would to- tally destroyed. Kire-extinguishers stopped tire' smal loss to the.slock which water tvoult have totally destroyed. ANGLICAN ST, AUGUSTIK'S CHURCH 'orner Second 'Ave. and Eighth St. :ey. Caaou Murrel-Wright, rector, Uafins II a.m. Holy Communion ev- r'y Sunday morning at S a.m. and t the eleven o'clock ssrvice on the liist'Suhday of the month. Evensong Sunday school 10 .a.m. ST. MARY'S C. 11. Popfcaro, rector. -Holy tvery Sunday at. S a.m. Matins 11 a-m. -8 p.m. Evensong 7.30 pm. .Choral-'EueharlBt on the first Sunday ot the month at 11 o'clock ST. CYritlAX'S CHURCH Cor. Eighth avenue and Eleventh street South- Cancn McMlllen, rector, Matins ll a-m. rand Kvensong 7.30 on.the -first 'and.'third'Sundays at 8.30 a.m., and at'the Al. o'clock iers-ice on tbo sec- ond and fourth Sundays. Sunday- school luid Bible clasgee at 3 p.m. The. men and women of tho. parish re cordially Invlied to attend tie Adult Bible Class, of which Rev. Cinon McMtllen'ls tho teacher. BAPTIST FIRST IUPT1ST nur Third Ave. and N'inth St. Ke- openlng services, liev. Dr. Spencer at II a.m._ ard 7.30 p.m. Suitable ser- Iriends invited. Sabbath school CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST FIRST CIlUnCH OP CHRIST Bank block'. Ser vice at 11 "a.m. Wednesday i enlng teitimony meeliny, S.OO p. The reading room le open to every one every day from three to f'ye p.m R'eryone Is cordially Invlleil lo'at tend. SALVATION ARMY Services are neid at the Citadel, Pifl'n street, as follows: Sunday. II a.m., HollneEs'raeetlng; 3 p.m., praise Beating..and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights: .Monday, S p.m., public meeting, led by stslers; Wednesday, 5 p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, 6 p.m., Salvation Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, S p.m., free and eisy meeting. METHODIST WESLBV 'Ji CHURCH O.-H. Conbledick; paster'. Re- sidence 320 Klerntth S. 'Ptmne 404. 11 a.m. subject, "Tho Call ol 'he Heroic." In the evenings the pastor will iliscusi "Some Problems ol our Western commencing with "The llattle for llreail" tomor- row night. Sunday school and Adult Uiblo class 3 p.m. Ml are welcome. B'ESTMJN-SrER MKTHOIMST Rev. J. IJ. Francis, pastor. Residence 1271 5th .Ave., V.. Telephone -1659. .Morning service li o'clock, 'subject, "Leaven and Pearls." Children's sub- ject, "Hang (Jut Your Sign." San- da) school 3 p.m. Night service 7.30 FIFTH AVEN'UB BAPTIST-Hev. IS U JIM ML A new fealure will be i t Wesley church tomorrow morning, lien the. Ail If a' Aid Inrftj parents o leave their young children In tbelr ?ATge In the lecture room during the JOrnlng hour of ssrvice. This, It 19 filtnrj-, Sepf. men n Great Falls and other points in Montana have beon under the. impres- sion some (loin that Jini Mill building south (rom said Caslnr A. Har.ley, o( Great l-'alls, Montana, to The af the King George hotel on FrMar. "Voti people up fiert ire call- ing Ihe railroad the 'Dominion Wes- tern' bat we have bejn Ifd to believe both by the tailioid officials of the. Orest Northern and (fie press In the Joulh tbat the Great Northern Is building' here, and naturally taVe this Dominion Western tc fct the road referred lo." J. M. TSROUiON DEAD Ixindon, Onl., Sept, si. Fer- guson, a traveller n. Brock Co., who was W.ind dead in his homo in WM one-or test kT.o-.tti cororaerclal men. Ho vke-preu'dent of the Travel- lers' club. II. Green, pastor. 11 a.m. sub- and 7.39 p.m. "One o( the Boys1', a special subject for boys and young men. Sunday school at 3 p.m. The ordinance of Ihe Lord's Supper at the close of the evening service. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX pnESDYTEUlAX-Minisler Hev. A. G. Cameron. Services II a. m. and 7.30 p.m. The minister will preach at both services. Slorning sub- jccl: "A Timely Message." Kveninj, Lord's' I'rayer." The 1'relace. Sabbalh school and all lilbie classrq at 3 o'clock, Ciirist.' LATTER subject, "The Fliacting DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JEStJS CHRIST OF LATTER DAV S. O E Hall, lOlh St. S.. near T; C. A. 5.45 fl.m. Officers 'and teachers meet- ing; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 >m Sacrament, meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop B. S. .Vojug, 1211 3rd ave. S. 'Phone 685. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S KIRST LUTHERAN -Corner Gin Ave. anii 15th St. Rev. A. C; Grant, pastor. Sunday, Sept. 7lh. No pastor will be Is Warner. Sunday' school 2.30 p. at 3 p.m. Chinese class at 4 p.m. The I Teacher's Wednesday 8 p. choir bas .been re-organized (or the! in- I-adles' Colt; BIBLE STUDENTS 1NTERN-AT10KAI-. BIB1-E. STUD. F.XTS' ASSOCIATION'-At 638 15th st. 3. .Meets every Sunday nt 8 p.m. Friends Interested arc Invited. a Society, Thursday season and will sing special music at afternoon in basement pi church. faolh services. Strangers and visitors always welcome.: ST. ANDHBWS A. C. Bryan, minister. Services 11 a. m. and 7.31) p.m., at which Ucv. d., ol Calgary, will preach. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Uible class- es 3 p.m. TRI.VITV OHUtlCtl, 11ATID1K- Rev. F. C. Atkin. Services II a.m. and 7.30 rr.mlc. Sunriay school 3.15. Visitors always welcome. Night school, Monday, Tuesday, and Friday at 7.30. Mld- services. Thursday, children at J p.m. and adults at 8.16. Cholt practice, Friday 7 p.m. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN' CHUnCH-At the Hall. Rev. J, n. Pickle, >astor. 10.30 a.m., .Sunday school, oltowed by preaching service. iChris- ilan Endeavor at 7 p.m., followed by prf aching. All are welcome. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICKS (MIimCH-ReT. A If. Rosenthal, pastor, Rer. p. Sthilwfr lea, Mass 8 a.m. Children's mass a.m. High Mix II uay school 3 p.m. Evening p.m. b'eriooo at each CHUnCl! OF CHRIST Labor Hall, every Sunday at 11 a.m. for breaking ol bread. PEHTECOSTAJ- PE.VTKCOST.AI, 3IBBTIXOS At tha homo ol -Mr. Slmmonett, 130 KJghteenlii St. Tuesday evenlngc at S o'clock, Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, special waiting on the Lord for the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, re- membering of the I.orf.'s death. Ser- vice In tie evening'at 7.30. .Come, and drink of tile Water of Life freely! CHHISTADELPH1ANS CHKISTADBLPHIANS At 635 Twelfth St., A., (between 6th and 7th Hreaklhg ol Bread'1! 1 a.m. Evenir.g. service 7.30 p. m. A lecture will he delivered by Mr. Sid-.." T. able ol the Kvc.rybody weK come. Hring ycwr Biblpa. Ko colleo-" lion. DESPERADOES HAVE BOASTED THAT NO PRISON COULD HOLD THEM Kingston, Sept. The dm- cers of tde penitentiary at Ports- mouth have been given proof that the Mccum brothu-s have not lost hops of escaping from tho big prison. Last night it was discovered that one of. he brothers, alias Frank .Jones had managed "Id and had ..cut hrough one of the bars of his cell. The saw la different from the type In the prison and how be man- used to get (t is a mystery. The, tlEcum brothers boasted before they :amo to the penitentiary here that no srison could hold them long.: On April 29, 1512, thty made good their loast when Ihey and Arthur'Bonner and Cc-orae Brown mada their.way mil ot prison in brosd daylight, lifter- elllng a couple of guards and lock- ng the prison H-jrgeoa !u a cell. As thty have 37 more years to behind prison walls, they will. no doubt continue in their attercptB. tarry Kelly, the other Mecum bro- ther IB at work, but Jones, Bonner and Brown ore Mill kept in close coo- nement, AsK Your Grocer For Coffee it for breakfast tomorrow note the satisfied smile as your husband enjoys his morning cup. A Sanfcorn. ;