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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Silt unlay, 1012 fllE'LET IIBRIDGE DAILY ITERATE Page 5 Garments Look like new when French Dry the Vallet Phone 1324 _ Batement Lethbridgc Hole' A Good Buy For Quick Sale 2 lots, 4; and 5, -block- Ad.di.ti on, j. fa eing. east, on iftth St. S., Price ..1-3 casl'i, oalance ipjpiitbs. Box Herald Toronto Conservatory Of Miuiic EDWARD FISCHER, Doc., MuEicaSj Director Reopens Tuesday" September 3rd ATTENDANCE L'AST SEASON STUHENTS Faculty of One -Hundred Specialists CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for Doling lady students is being greatly enlarged and' will' 'De 'ready for the 'opening. YEAR BOOK, -170 -pages, mailed on .application. ideal training home for -young ladies. Attractive loca- grounds. Plenty of wholesome home-cooked foods and rational exercise. Literary, art, music, domestic science, commercial, elocution, etc. A thoroughly trained and prac- tised faculty. -Resident nurse. Moderate fees..Fall Semester he- gius September 9th. Address the president. Robert fp M. A., D. D. St. Thomas, Ont. University of Manitoba. WINNIPEG Offers courses leading to degrees in 'Arta, Science, Medicine, Law, Civil and Electrical Engineering. The fac- ulty consists of twenty-seven profes- Gors, lecturers and demonstrators, and six colleges are affiliated. A wider range of courses is offered in Arts than ever hefore, also excellent course iu Medicine with facilities for clini- cal work that are surpassed in institutions .on the continent. The course oE study for degree ot B.Sc., has just heen instituted. For terms of admission, details of courses, cm ricula of studies, information as to fees etc., apply to W. J. SPENCE, Registrar, University of Manitoba. Winnipeg, Man. WRESTLING EXHIBITION To a finish at the Morris Theatre Wednesday, Sept. 11 BETWEEN' JACK TAYLOR- Local Man, 198 Ibs BOBMANAGOFF The Gianf Turk, 220 Police GiiMtte .Rules to govern. Two good Preliminra'ics start at 9.3'0 sharp. cordially invited. Admission 75c ami Rings side Tickets now. on sale at Elite Cigar Store: V To-day THE MONSTER WEEK-END PROGRAM INCLUDING "Out of the Night" The Greatest Myitcry ttory of the year, and. a poiltivc 3 OTHER BIG O FEATURES. TODAY 3 Monday Next ANOTHER JOHN BUNNY COMEDY RIOT Captain Messmate SPECIAL ANNOUNCE. WENT ON WED. AND THURS. SEPT 18 A 19 Shall Show the First of 'Enormous New Seniations Theirlives for Gold When we BOOST this fea- ture we sincerely MEAN IT, for It It'the biggest thing In history of motion pic- tures. This It a big state- ment to make, but when you see this production you will be convinced. Wait for itl .CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTABELPHIANS At 1257 Sth avenue A, every Sunday afternoon 3.30 for breaking of bread. Further information can he obtained from Air- Sidney T. Batsford, 710 Fifth avenue. ST. .ANDREW'S Corner 13th and 7th. avenue north. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Rev H. B. Johnson, 1H. A., B. B.. a grad- uate of Knox, Toronto, Out., preach. At the evening service will the organist will reucler the pastoral sym- phony. from the Messiah, and .Miss Marion Tennant, a pupil of Mr Roberts will sing "The Better Laud." Sun- day school at 3 p.m. All are welcome. FIRST BAPTIST Sunday Sept: 8., ptibllc worship 11 a.m., Bible school 3 p.m. Evening worship, p.m. in Morris Theatre. The pastor ReV. A. C. Watson, B. A, will preach both morning aud evening. Strangers invited. iWESLEY CHURCH Rev. 7. P. Perry, pastor. H. H. Craig, B. A., will preach. Morning subject at 11 a.m., "Paul's Readiness to Preach the Gos- pel." Part II. Evening subject. "The Great Discovery." Sunday school and Bible -class at 3 p. m. The usual "pleasant Sunday evening" will be St., south, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 held at the close of the evening sthool at loo a.m> A vice. AH members the tion are invited -to enjoy a social hour; visitors anu" strangers especially wel- J a. School; 3 p.m'j durance and a great Expenditure of lent meeting. Visitors always; nervous which reason they CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAT -O. E. Hall, lOtli St. S.. near Y. M. 9.45 a.m. Officer's and teachers meet ing; 10 Sacrani' welcome, ttishop B. S. Young, No. 1 1st Ave. 3. Phone 6S5. ST. AUGUSTIN'S ner. Second Ave. and Sth St., Rev. .1. -K. My rr el-Wright, rector. -Holy Communion every Sunday 8 a.m. and on the first Sunday the mouth at the eleven o'clock service. Jlatins 11 a.m. Sunday school p.m. Even- song 7.30 p.m. FIFTH AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH 5th avenue and 18th street north. Kcv. C. 13. McKinnon, pastor, Services lit 11 a.m. aud 7.1ft) p.m. Sun- day school 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday S p.m. Choir practice, Thursday S p.m. FIRST CHURCH 0? CHRIST, Bank- block. 11 a.m. Sunday school, 12.10 p.m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting 8 jr.njj Tli-Q reading room is open to every day from 3 to 5 p.m.; Everyone is cordially Invited to at-: tend. CHURCH MOSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELiO) VEGETARIAN conservatories of music are next in order it aeema for the special', b'euoflt of young singc-rs Qualifying for the modern lyric drama repertoire. HclnricK Kuote, a MunJRh tenor who needs no explan- atory phrase by is the originator 'scheme. Kiiote has remarked, that in foot, races the contestants wko are nourish- ed on vegetables only are the ones that carry off the first prizes. Hence, he argues .that inasmuch as modern works require of singers great powers of im- resort lo stimulants, which are especi- ally for ilia tenor ism should be particularly valuable to'them as a generator of energy. He himself is projecting the first vegetar- ian conservatory, according to L'Even- tail. In due order we may expect to wit- ness the evolution of tho cauliflower tonor and the prima donna brought up ou beans. "White Sfave" Coming It has been announced; by the man- agement of the Majestic Tneatre that Hartley Campbell's greatest success "The White will very shortly be the attraction of their house. The company presenting this- drama of life in the south in the ante-bellum days is one of the finest dramatic organiza- tions on tour, and comprises some 40 people and a large chorus of colored people who are used in the plantation scene. A new and elaborate production has provided for this season's tour of "The White Slave" together PORT HOPE ONTARIO Residential School for IcAuliful healthy aituatioii.'over- oking Lake Ontario, wiih 80 acres of Plavinjr Flolds. Gymnasium Magnificent New Covered RfnV, Boys prepared for tlm Uni- versities. Royal Military College and IJiisincis. KeligiotllIraminc count. Special Next Term Sept. 10th. Itj. 'erwt-.7c.- ui loan you J To buy or build houses, J I gr pay oft mortgages. i" THE UHA01AN IfiygSTMlNT COMPANY Services in Caledonian Hall 5l8 7th with new and novel electrical effects j which are used to great advantage. English Passion for Chorsl Music "There are many who think !hat the passion the English for choral music a curse in disguise, inasmuch as it GERMAN I-TVANGELICAL LUTH- come. ST. PAUL'S FIRST At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 3509 Sixth Ave. S. Sunday, Sept. Sth., Sun- day school 2.30 p.m Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Catechism class, Wed- nesday, 4.30 p.m. and Bible study S p.m. The Ladies' Cotta society will meet with Mrs. Hansnn. Sixteenth Street, on Thursday afternoon. KNOX us- ChuTcn tomorrow. The Lethbridge Cadet Corps will attend the morning service, and Air. Cameron will preach on the "Strongest Sword." The j ing subject will he "The Supreme Question." The musical service will bu especially bright. The morning anthem will be "Ye shall dwell in the laud" Solo: "Spirit of God" 'Miss Simm. Ev- ening anthem: "0 Lord how mani- will be "told at .710 i makes tbe advance of instrumental 16th St., North Lethhndtre, at 10.30 a11 absolute music impossible. There are towns in England I :li fill a huge building to overflowing many time? a year to hear such a work as Handel's and yet will not fill cordially invited. i jt once to near an orchestral concert THE IJKRKAX BIBLE SCHOOL offering them such fare as is held every Sunday at j symphonies; 3 p.m. at alii street, south, A...... a.m., and will be conducted by VUG Kcv. O. A. 6roth in the German lan- guage. The German speaking populace nor will once fill a theatre to hear 'Die nor h" remedied; and in the festivals there A special invitation is given to any i soejns hope of finding a lever, if only persons, who have churches of heen connected fight doggedly and continu- Unreserved AUCTION SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At'32? Eleventh Street 8, (Asbiiiead SI.) OX TUESDAY NEXT, SEPT. 10 The following line of first-class furniture will be sold without re- serve at the above time and place: Solid Oak Dining Itoom Suite, comprising: Buffet. Set Dining Chairs (6) Extension table (4 leaves) China Oabinet Oouch, carpet, grass easy chairs, handsome clock, etc. White Enamel Dresser and' Stand; Brass Mounted Bedstead Spring and Mattress, Chairs, Curtains, Blinds, Ware, etc. Kitchen Cabinet, Success Cabinet, Large Refrigerator, Sourenir Ban'ge'in first class condition, Kitchen Utensils, Crockery, Glass- ware and other articles, necessary in connection with housekeeping. Also a practically new and up to df.te Singer Sewing Machine. All ol the above is lu first class condition and of bigh grade-order and Is for absolute sale without reserve. TERMS CASH ROOMS C. AND D. BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE H25 JAS. B. GIBBON, AUCT. great mystery story, "Out ot is proving a veritable sensa- tion, 'with its excitable plot and awe- inspiring situations, whilst the roman- tic "Conspiracy Against the King" is certainly a nrst class offering. Miss Agnes Errol is unquestionably one of the finest sopranos heard' here for some, time, and a visit to the theatre if only for the purpose of -hearing her is really worth while. For Monday the management, announce the showing of another of those swell John Bunny entitled "Captain Bar- nacle's The biggest feature ever shown here, "Their Lives for -be presented on Wednesday and Thurs- day, Sept. 18 and -U." Writing Biography of Ethelbert Ncvln Vance Thompson, the noted Ameri- can journalist, lias recently "begun work on a biography of Ethelbert Nev- iu, which will be the first exhaustive book on the work and life of this pion- eer American: composer. Nevin has been dead but little more thau a de- cade, and in- consideration of tile tre- mendous popularity some of'his songs and plauo pieces have here and abroad, llr. Thompson's work will bo a welcome addition to musical bibliography. He is at present at his Connecticut" home gathering his ma- terial. It smay bs mentioned that knew the composer well and is thus es- pecially fitted to undertake the task. fold" ''Sun of my aoul" (Turner) solo, "Tarry with Mr. G. E. Fleming. ST. CYPKIAX'S CHimCH. ANGLI- -Corner Sth Avenue and IHh Street, Rev. Canon McMillcn, rector. Anniversary services to commemorate tho second anniversary of St. Cyprians church. Special addresses and music. Sunday school and Bible c.ass p.m. Communion 3.30 a.m. on the first and third (Sundays and at. the 11 o'clock service on the second tincl fourth Sun- Christ- (Disciples) oiisly for -instrumental music." Lon- don Times. BRYCE AT HONOLULU San Francisco to HaVe America's First _ Municipal Orchettra Honolulu, S-apt. James A S650.000 opera house, the first British Ambassador to the United municipal opera, house in the United States, arrived here today on his re- j States, will be a part of San Fran- turn 10 Washington from Australia Cisco's new civic centre, for which where he spent the summer. He worth of bonds was votefl was officially welcomed to island 'ast me" 1 outside the b-irbor by a launch load-i Work lvi" besin tbe Uouae ed with dignitaries j wllnin a year under the direction of the Musical an organiz- j ation 01' citizens. It will he erected on Municipal land and will become the days, Matins ]1 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Baptism -1 p.m. Nature's Scalp Tonic MMhcto, Nature's Scalp Tonic, con- cilv. fains on.: ingredient supplies nourishment, to the hair root, one All receipts will be :ipplietl exclua- LU inu 11.ui ruui, f i( i kills .lamlnift germ, and nnother' lo tllc C03t ot alld that life and lustre into tho Imir.; maintenance. Each 'package contains a packet of Fine Program at Starland SuM nnil gunvAMUci] b Co. Jackson for tins omi, one fairly ro- J vrith real features, Tito ST. BONIFACE WANTS THE Winnipeg, Sept. fight in the law courts for the deposited 'by the Reese Engineering Co., as an evi- dence of good faith that they could supply the city of St. Boniface 'with electric power by September 1 past, is likely .to develop, city and the company claiming the other broke the agreement. In the mfiantirae tlm cathedral city is no nearer cheap -power than it was 1 six months ago, after turning down the proposition of the Winnipeg City Council in favor of the Reese inter- ests. These latter interests for a time -claimed they had bought out the MacKcnzIe Mann properties in this city. Four-year-old Chas. Kottmier, Hamilton, was hilled by. a T., IT. B- shunting engine. FOR SALE Third Avenue, 2 lots and huildings: rev- enue producer, Apply Summit Lime Works Room 8 Bryan Block PRAYING OF XLL KIND3. Western Transfer Ltd. Freight SBOKT NOTICE Auction Sale AT.1310-6th Ave. S. (Coiirtland )on TUESDAY NEXT At 2.30 o'clock Prompt Frank Waddington instructed Ijy A. H. Whitmore, will sell by; public auction on the promises as above -the .'whole'of the high-class HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .etc., including; Very superior set of solid oak dining chairs, single and 1 arm chair) .upholstered in solid hog-skin; solid, oak small size roll top dask; lounge, gents lounga hammered bronze coal scuttle; 2 water-color drawings by Slot-, traas, R. A.; 3 genuine. Turftey rugs; .Donegal mg. Oriental'car- pets, solid marhle time piece set book Ehelvoi, large'qiian- tity books including complete works of Dickens, ,19 vol., 8-rote, cyclopedia, i vols. Life and Time of-Queen. Mahogany Grosser -and stand; 'two very superior modern English oak and mahogany beds, fitted with patent steel springs and hair mattresses and assortment of expensive bed linen, uteiiBils, crock- A prompt attendance is respectfully requested. FRANK .WADDINGTON, AUCTIONEER PHONES OFFICE: Room 4, Dominion Block 1 range; 3 cook stoves 2 heating stoves, Coal oil stove. 3 dressers and wash stand 1 iron heds, springs and mat- tresses 2 oak heds, springs and mat- tresses 1 round oak extension table 4 centre tables; 2 kitchen tables 2 pedestals 6 dining room chairs. 4 kitchen chairs 1 leather upholstered rocker. 1 American rocker. 1 small oak rocker. 1 kitchen cupboard. 2 drop-head sewins 1 Japanese screen. 6 small rugs. 6 carpet squares. Boilers, Wash tubs Blankets; comforters, Weigh scales Dinen sheets, pillow Fur rone. Feather Chiaaware, Glasswart Fancy table covers Crockery, utensils, And other articles too-numerous to mention AM Goods Nearly New TERMS RESERVE GUS NEID1G, AUCTIONEER T. E. PATTESON 11 Stafford Block AGENT North Lethbridge Snap FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 lots. 10S-109, block 7, Aye.'A. N, containing 1 1-2 story, 4 room house; water, light and sower; on sidewalk; well plastered. Trice cash, balance 6 and-12-months. BOX 300, HERALD AUCTION SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE In the Dominion Block, Opposite the Court House, Sixth Street i Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 2 p.m. Naas Valley 40 acre Farms down, and to per month, with 6 per cent interest. There's a 40 acre you in the Xaas Valley. Get a "home" that will pay for itself with- in a year. Pull particulars on application. J ;