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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta COWAN'S 'Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is just Cocoa, purei'Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Doclota recommend ill me in licknesj or in health, m Do You EDITED BY "INO" Olflc. Phon. 1224. Phone 774. Page What stronger breiiflt-plato than a j heart untainted? I ThriL'o Is lie armed, that hath his qwar- j rcl just; And lie but naked, though clothed in i st-ocl, j Whose conscience with Injustice is i corrupt. There will be no morniiiR service at, St. .Mary's churcli tomorrow. J Muriel IVVicLeod leave tonight; n lo continue her studies at Mflvcrgnl j Coilese, W'innijieg. Tile marriage of Miss Lilian Chis and Mr. Alexander Nivcn will ho ,at the home of Urn bride's mother, fiUl Sixth St., Si, on Tuesday evening, September 12th, at nine o'clock. Mrs. Lawson, of -Hosedale, Toron- who lias liesn spending (he suin- iucr with her soil, Mrs. Law- son, local manager oi the Knsicrri Townships Hank, leaves for home Mrs Charles Malcolm, uf Toron is ;i Rticsii with Mr. Dcwcy Wcdd, ihc Imperial Hunk. ALDERSYDE.1JNE FINISHED SEPT. 28 I A son was. born to Mr. and Mrs. Art.mi Hayr on September j Sth. f Viscount Morley is n finest with Y.r. and Mrs. Andrew Carnegie at Skibo Castle, SuthrrlHrnlshire. I Karl and Countess of Mint'o been entertaining a large fam- p, ily party at Winto ttbxbu The Countess of Minto is ai present a guest with her daughter! the Viscountess Erring ton, at GuHf ford Calgary, -Sept, The short-cut I The Kpworth League of Wesley C. S1. H. line between Cnlgary and church will meet on Monday evening, J.ethimdy will be completed Sep- i when the program v.'ill include a mis- lemlier 2S, an-.i traffic will be: opened sionary Game of Lotto. in A jieriiuiiient will not j Mrs. Alice U. Locke, Denver, orunu, Supreme Licutcnnnt-CommamU- er of the Maccabees of the World, to be. in Luthh ridge sometime-1 thus month and will be pleased to incut all the members of the Lethr bridge hive. inaugurated for some time yet. local tr.un.s will he [jut on imniKli- the work of track-laying .Mr. H- S. Mahec, manager of Han'; of Montreal, at Magrath, Mrs. Mjibce, spent yesterday in H. R. IT. the Duke of president oi the National 'Artillery at a dinner night, in the Connaught and Kooms, which was given to the Can- thc adiiin artillery team in Eng- land. CHURCH SERVICES Church of Christ of Latter Day School 10.30 a.m. at Knfsht's of Pylhlns Hall. Fifth St. St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church mass at' S a.m.; second mass at aim. Evening service at p.m. No Sunday school during the holidays. Knox Church, ter, Rev. A, M. Gordon, B.D. Sunday Services, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m. All cordially, wel- DJscjplas of persons who iiavo been identified with the .Dis- clplei of Christ elsewhere, are invited to meet at the home of .Mr. C. S. Far row, 512 Fifth St. South, Sunday Aug. 28th, at 3 p.m., St. Auguttln's Church of Jorner Sth St. and 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion at- 8 a.m. Matins 11 ajn. Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.m. unday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 ,m. Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock. Rev. J, E. .Murrell- H is iinlicijiatrd that the present service bc-tueen and Jar- mm.gay. vr.li'--bo e.Vtended to Aldi-r- Byds ir.nnfidifUlcly; --'jind that here will he a train between Calory I.ctfobndge daily; except Swid.iy. Tiipre probably be un imnvli- ate change in the 'mail, the routes lo ths- luwns between Aider- sydo and Canmingay being abandon- ed. The service will depend nn the pro- gress made Hie linai details of ,tlie work of Ilie k-in1- jiorary schedule will be made in. ab'otit tuu wceliF. Mn. C. Furry ami from. Hevclsloke, 0. two, children are visiting !dai J. Rnbl) and her little moUiei-. Mrs. S. North V'--'T.? Dorolbv, of St. Thomas, Ont., whn have been spending the past week will) her sister-in-law, Mrs. .John Broriie, Ashmead street, Miss Ksther .'onesV- wh'o ,lids' been'left this aftcrnooirfor the east, stop- in the G.ilt Hospital typhoid pint; oft at Winnipeg and Fort Fcvor, was atile to leave the hospital j Hani, lodav. Mr nf is rclicvh.is at the Eastern Bank, Mr. S. is on vacation his regnlnr meeting of the Lady bccs, which shoTiId be held on Uronfiay -lie postponed [inilll Mrs. Locke arrives in the city; THE MANITOBA HARVEST PortiiRo La Prairie, Sept. cnlly all the- threshing machines in f4 those dlBtrlctfl are going full hint Mrs- 'L McNiral lcfl tlns icfiay nnd ten days of fiuo. weathor for Macleod to spnnil a week, win we the fields; of her sister, Mrs. T. B. arriund here. H is Iiaivi to estimate Martin. the average yield as yet, but.it will j ho between 25 nnd .10 bushels io the Malins Jlt plcvcn win llC the only The Ladies' Aid of Knox church held their initial mooting for the sea- son, on Thursday afternoon.' -The work for the ensuing season was out- The society intends having.'a at the mil of the month, a pantry safe of Thanksgiving, and a and sale of Christmas goods, the first week in December. i acre. One field north of here be- f t st church lilred help.on hand and the at tllj Ing BO far entirely success- ful. All .the ;railway sidings near town M'iih cars and it i-j that there will be any tralisppftnlion. Prince Arthur of .it'o'nfiaiigKfc has CARD THANKS air. find' airs. J. A. Blair wisfc to thank their "many friends for kindness ind sympathy extended during their recent bereavement. eonsonieri to lie patron .o( .the Royal Scots Greys' stall "at Scottish Nnval and Military Rfisi- (k-ncu to he hold in. .'Edinburgh in Hoccnibcr. FOREIGNER SHOT AT CROWSNEST Cranbrook, D. C., September foreigner was shot to- night, nt Crows by another Italian with a shotgun and died on tho train while on the way to Michel. The Foreign Missionary Society 'pf church met- -yesterday aitp'r- noon for their regular 'A very interesting program was proviiled hy fc. T.! S. Mackenzie. It was decided to hold a thank offering meting in October. Berlin has made the experiment of appointing: thirty feminine policemen, who will have children a-a their spec- ial charge. visited, for Not only will homes be these guardians' of the law may walk into any house at their own discretion, but schools and In- stitutions, where little people are Uoardeii and educated, wil ed and examined at will. be enter- Miss I-Mitli Jones arrived this Their Hoyal the morning" from Minneapolis, where she I and Duchess of Connaught will visit has been visiting for a month. Miss; their, daughter, t.Jio Crown Princess Jones w-11 resume lier instruction in jot Sweden, before sailing for Canada physjral culture, both in class and on October C. Later they will visit private work next 4. Mrs. D. I-.'iginhoiham gave mofjt interesting travel talk Kgypt, at the meeting ot Knox Church Home Missionary Society, .on Wednesday night. Mrs. Higinbotham also showed a number of curios, that she had gathered during her travels. Enamelware SATURDAY WE VflLL HAVE ON SALE SOMI EXCELLENT ENAMELWARE AT BARGAIN PRICES SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW ON SATURDAY in Germany, ami on their return to England will spend a week' with the King anil Quern at Balmoral, before taking their departure from England. The musical service at. Wesley Meth- odist- church tomorrow will again lie oi an attractive nature. Mr. Rhyn'd. whose, singing was much admired last Sunday, will sing Tcn- on's "Clossing the and an- other solo in the morning, while in the evening Miss Copeland, a young conlrullo with a beautiful voice, ;will sing. Mr. Jamicson will also sing at the evrninp; service. The choir ol Wesley church is being augmented speedily. iVright. rectory 212 Sth St. south. St. Paul'i Lutheran 'H the home of the Rev. C. Grant, 1509 8th Ave. South (Courtland .Sunday Sept. 10th: Sunday School at p.m. 'No services, pastor be at' Taber. Tuesday evening at .307, meeting of voting members of congre- gation. Wednesday catechism class p.m. Thursday'afternoon meeting of Ladies' Cotta Society. Thursday evening, meeting of fjiither League. Westminster Church Hev. A. A. Lytle, pastor. Win. West- cott will preach in the morning and the pa-stor in the evening. Sunday School and Bible Classes at 3 p.m. Fifth Ave. .Baptist worship at. 11 a.ity. aiul..7HO p.m. Sun- day School at C. B. McKin- non, pastor. Mr. Clarke, of McMaster University, Toronto will he the preacher services to- morrow. Owing to. the siicceSEj of :he. evangelistic; services during pitet week, the Filth Ave. Baptist Church have invited Mr. Clarke, the evangelist to remain another week and have been successful in getting UB services. There will he services each night at. S o'clock, to which all are cordially invited. Firit Church of Scientist- Services: 11 a.m.; Sunday Bchool 12.10 p.m., subject, "Christ Jesus." Wednesday evening, Testi- monial meeting at. S o'clock. The Reading Room is open to everyone every day from 3 lo 5 p.m. All ser- vices ere held 'in Royal Bank block, and everyone is cordially invited to itti W. A. U a.m. subject, "The Stranger." 12.15 Adult Bible Class. 3 p.m., Sunday Behoof ami Bible Class. 7.30 p.m.. subject, "Is God Ancient His- tory." Pastor will preach at both ser- vices. Leonard Wllkes will sinj; at the -evening service. All are wel- come. Wesley T. P. Perry, pastor, will preach at each service. Morning subject. ".No .Warrant for JJ-CE3imi-3m." Evening Topic C-rpopulnr Preacher." Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes at 3 p.m. Mr. Khynd Jamieson and Miss Copeland will sing at both church services. St. Cyprian's Church Hev. W. V. JlcJIillen, rector. Rev. Keevesiof T.ennoxville, Que., will oc- cupy the pulpit at both services to- morrow. There will he no celebration service during Canon McMllIen's ab- sence. .tend.' Fir.t BaptilT Levitt, Dastof. AN ANTI-CIGARETTE CRUSADE Staff or d- Jf you live out of town, write Ui The Flower Guild delighted with the'abundance of flowers, donat- ed for their, work nt the hospital yes- terday afternoon, and (he members h in-thank the were Mrs.' .Stanley Kirkham, Mrs. De. Vc- ber, Mrs, K. A. Sharman, Mrs. Mc- Intyre, Mrs. K. X. ITiginhotham, Mrs. Hick, Miss Link and Miss Gray. The distribution of (lowers was lookeri after by Mrs. C. F.'P. Cony- beare anil tlie Misses Gray, Mutton and Judith' Hatch. Xowport. -Sept. John Jar cob Aslor and Miss T. I'orcfi were married this noon hy Kilwin S. retired clergyman, 'ot ceremony oeeinierf at. Bendi- (he summer home of Col-. As- j tor, in this city. Wm. -Force, ,ol New t, -i York, the bride's fnther, gave her Ashevillc. N..C., Sept. stu- dents, faculty and citizens praying and singing, lihc last, stock of tobacco and cigarettes in Marshall, N. C., was burned on the campus ot College today as the cllmai of an anti- cigarette crusade conducted by Rev G. W. Rceno, of Marlon, III. Tho Col lege students hnd adopted resolutipns calling upon tile morchants of tho town to give up the sale of tobacco and cigarettes and raised money to reimburse them for their sacrifice of stock. TV i v. i ,T r i n 11 y sc chool for Boys Hoalthy I a A atlon- o i l e g e .buildings. Extensive play C f> U ft n I grounds, large V- i gymnaainm, and _ ikatliig rinks, Port Ont etc. Boyi prepared for the Un.rersltiei, Royal Military College and builncss, Special attention given lo younger Ntxi.term bevfnn SupL. 13. New boya miifit report Soot. 12, For nll information ap- ply to the Heart Master. Rav. OSWALD RIGIY, M.A. (Cam- METHODISTS IN SESSION k Financial District Meeting Received Good Reports of Work The financial meeting of the Lelli- bridgp district of the Methodist con- i'ercnco was hold in Wesley church, Lothbrldge, yesterday, September 8th, commencing ut 9-o'clock. Kcv, T. P. I'erry, chairman of the district pre- nidcd. In' addition to tlio ministers and members of the tlistrict the fol- lowing laymim wore present, making a, total of twenty iu all: Westminster circuit, George Sanderson; CoaUlale, John S. Shruni; Tatjor, Ernest Powell; Albion Kidge, Davis. The finances of the district show n marked increase over these o" IIISL venr throughout the entire dWtrtet. The Lethbridge district alone had an increase of in glvlngs on the mission field over last year, tvliile tho i conference haa increased on tho same line over Bowvillo is thi year undertaking to support itself. An evangelistic campaign was ar- ranged throughout the district to ojien about October 2JHh in 'Westmin- ster fo be' followed 'oy cam paigns at Barons, Carmangay, Coal- dale and other points. These cam- paigns arc lo be conducted by mem- 'Jtfii of tlie district. The holding of Temperance and Moral Reform and Missionary meetings was left to the rangements of the respective church- es. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, superintendent of .Missions for the Province strongly urged the attendance of all members and laymen t at the Laymen's conven- tion to 'be held in Calgary the latter part of October, when addressee will be given by such prominent men as Sir Andrew. Fraser, late governor of, The Lethbridge Millinery Co. invite all ladies to at- i tend tfteir Fall Millinery opening on and Sept J land 12 All the Newest Ideas Shown L. A. Scott .Manager Bengal, India, and Or. John R. Mott, elation. Thii action wfll not taka leader of the Students' Volunteer movement for and others: The interests ot the fjimday Schools of the ware also considered and a resolution adopted that on ac- affect until next spring. count of tha large increase number of Sabbath Schools. the 'the district Lethbridge district should 'be withdrawn from the Southern.Alberta organization ,at present consisting of High River, Macleod and Lalfabrtdffe dlstricte, and form a aireS- SENTENCeD TO SEBVITlUOf 8t Patimrtmrg, A, court at a private aitttoff today tenced to eight penal i and a'lora of his rights, Ckfpi, Port- Inkff, of the genera) staff. was Belling state of the joiners. BoaitakoK ''turn pnai- naliLMgWof and the Huesian Hudson's Bay Co. House Furnishings at Less than Half Price. On Monday we are placing befoie GUI castomeis a Bargains that will appeal to ho are furnishing or le-arninging their homes for the coming mtei In some cases aie offering stock at "one-fourth of its 01 ignnl but the quantity is limited and'the'pattern cannot :be lepoated The offeis ate in case oiu prduiary..high quality stock and in perfect condition. Printed Linoleums Printed linoleum of best Scotch make; all hand block painted, thoroughly season- ed. A large variety of deal SHE. Our price, per so., yard Inlaid Linoieums Inlaid Linoleum. Not only can you this popular' type' of linoleum 'pattern, b.ut we can also offer you'i range of floral carpet effleets, mbo act imitation ofjL parquet floor, dl real wood. Our price, per square-yard Brussels Carpet A llmltcii quantity only of Real lrtiB; sels Carpet, first quality, good pattern. We need say no move. The price sells it.. Her yard "T 100 'yds. only Real Wilton Bordir Car- pet. Regular J2.00. To clear 55c Bedroom Carpet 690 YarflB Extra Carpet, all-'good too well known to need All for rooms fab at have a baud mmj t of .cost, up to 75c, Per yard'; i Beputiful Wilton Rugs We have about 6 onlyef list stock1 of Wilton some are In soft shades of'-green and brown, :'bthera have all fahe tod colors of the Persian Carjifctg. A real good lot; they are, but we are repeattng; these Dfltterns, therefore clear the remainder. This is Size 1.0 ft. reg. Size 12 ft. 0 in. ss-9 reg. Call andipee They wiil well repay vtoit, Window Nets Window Nets In white, cream, ecru ami Arab, In a groat variety of pat- terns. This is now the inoit popular mater- ial for windows, and'.is displacing to a large extent the lact curtain; nont ia design and dainty in jipponrance, Micy ccrtointy war- rant their place in evei? home, From, Madras Muslins Madras MtiiUoB affoct are still deservedly popnfear ultfa large number. Our. the self colored creturn, ecru white, her 1 sides an artistic range of coloricombiutlanf such as pale yellow and pink, cream and green, pale [green and blue and numerous other comblnatlon3 at prices ranging from.. CwC Brussels Rugs Wlieaj It a nueatlon of n rue for hard wear, it if always to the Rr.usseb malic tho housewilk turni. It hns long been noted for that wsar .resisting' quality. Another 'great quallflcawn, it doea not catch the dust much ai the pile varletlet. We placing before you a that will uphold the reputation to the letter at a. price that will astonish yen. Size 9 i regular 817.0 9, >s Keg-u I ar J ;