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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September THE LETHBRIPGE PArLY ITERALD Page 7 CHARACTER WILL BE THE THEME OF EVeniNG AO- DRESS BY COMMAND- ING OFFICER On Sunday tte services at the Sal- vation Army Citadel will be cd by Captain Tulte. In tnc morn- ing at 11 a in- an address will be Eiven-on the suujfct of Holy Living, and a cordial Invitation is rsleaded. to all to tear this doctrir.e eipou-nd- ed by personal testimony and Scrip- ture proof. In tke afternoon the Ci- tadel band will be In attendance at the North Ward hall, vfheie a ser- vice ol praise will be held at 3.30 p.m. At the evening service the, captain will speak on the subject: FitReform "Blues" Ai-e as Staple as Wheat This store is famous for its blue suits we handle only true .blue goods. Our -Blue Serges and Cheviots will' stand every color they come from the.best English and because every yard, of clolh is carefully inspected. If'you want'a blue suit that will stay blue, -let us you our fall Serges and Cheviots up, McKelvie McGuire Fancy Roping Next Week Special Attrac- tions The Event Of The Year What it is, and how it mar be pos- sessed. Mis. Ungailirr Hunter will take part during the day. All are leartily invited to these service's. CHURCH SERVICES IE IS III AT it HI WILL VISIT AMERICA AMD EX- PECTS TO RECEIVE OLAD HAND EVERYWHERE Paris, Sept. 14. Mrs. Emtneline Pankhutst, militant suffragette er, said yesterday she was not dis- turbed over reports that- she may to. entering ths. United barred from States. i'visited tho United-Slatss.iwiee efore, ihe last lime two years''ago, only the kindliest iohs pi ;the.courtesy vrh'ifh "1 met there. I am booted 'to iail ,on i.a Provente October H." and jhall speak twice soon after-my ar- toward before I 'return 'to'." Brig- and, where" I must lie' in De- Easier to Vie :V: Setter for the Shots ANGLICAN ST. AUQUSTIX'S Corner Second Avc. acd Kighlh St. Rev. .-.Canon .Muirel-Wrlghl, rector, Matins'.ll. a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the-.'elevcn o'clock service on the first Sunday, ot- the month. Evensong 7.30.p.pi. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST.: MARY'S CHUECH-Rei. C. rector. Holy communion am. Matins 11 .'3'p.m. Sunday school. Evensong 7.30 Pto. -Choral Eucharist on. the flril' Sunday of the month at 11 o'clock ST.. CYPIUAN'S CHURCH-Coraer Eighth avenue, and Eleventh street Soiith. Rev! Canon McMlllen, rector. at 11 o'clock service. Even-Song at 7.30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. e1 D.lamor.d City, will preach. Sunday' school' and Bible clatsei at 3 pm, Bible class at 3 p.m., to whlch.ihe.ipeh and women or tie par- ish areicordlally Invited. BAPTIST t'.FIRSST BAPTIST CHURCH-Cor- nfcrVThlrd .avenuo .and Ninth street Rev; Dr. Spencer .at h a.m., subject Bubject, "ThB Terror by Nleht." and 7.30 p.m.. "The Better Light." Sunday school and Bible classes 3 p.m. TRINITY CIlUIiCH, HAflDllv- P.-C. Aikin. Services; 11 a.m- and 7.30 p.m..Special music.; Evening' subject, "Tho Sigh for the j illustrated by blackboard out- j Ine. SoioiBt, Mrf. F. Shepherd, j Sunday 3.15. Visitors always.; welcome. r N'lght school, Monday, I uesday, and Friday at 7.30. Mid-] reek services.' Thursday, children at p.m. and adults at '8.15. Choir -.p.m. De- cembsr. 1 shall visit as many cricaTr centers as possible." Am-. NEVER SO MUCH FRUIT SHIPPED OUT -AS THIS FACT3 TO TEACH AT FORESTVILLE NEW ORGAN FOR SCHOOL ForeatTllle, Alta., Sept. new teacher "Jias ben obtained tor this Echool district, 'and catered non his ivork this week. -.All will wish him Bucceas In hU. new 'pltce, and trust he will led at home amoniet tu. Btiidock, Alia., Sept. Laa- have succeeded In obtaining after long.waiUng, a aplendtd.Lorgan for ihn schoolhouse, same'will to a grout help In the. services, and other social ot the district. New 1914 Prices Meotivc August i, 1913 Model T llunabout Model T Touring Car... JJ1050 Modol T Town Chr With Kull Equipmeol, f. o. b. Walkervllle Ford Motor Agency Vernon, B. C., Sept. the marketing season is in lull blast, the Iruit situation in the OVanagan Valley is better thin it has been for many years adequate returns to the growers.-. Instead of the glut of fruit which bas often occurred in past- years, due to imperfect marketing facilities, this 1 year all marketable- Iruit has moved out in response to a big and growing demand. The Okanagari.. United Growers, Ltd., which handles .most of the output ol the actually reports an Inability to fill orders for four carloads of freestone orders, that have been urgent for.the last week. r' The O'sstiagan United Growers, Ltd., is a cooperative a central, selling agency for the grow- ers ol the valley, and has been aid- ed by a government loan of to help to handle this year's big crop. Big orders from Australia, the Prairie Great Britain are pouring In. Reports.of peaches rolling in the orchards are entirely Distorted.-Some of the peaches are rotting.; in, the soulh'of- the not -is-kc table f rui t.; afo those are. .to )ay for. picking he .'el.! 'ptcti jrds This .year's marketing cason vasUy. more''profitable from grower's''.standpoint. Ml friili has left tifarrip cars'art '_; Kircblight, which .has'.btih.such a el flinch I; to other districts, -this .ear, .has-had In the Okan- agan Va.llcy. .The, blight, apiwared'In this under and has ttie growers. cisjon.'-'i and music, AVEN'pR BAPTlST-Rev. 11 a.m. sub- ject "The Great Supply and 7.3Q p.m., "The Great Peril." Special sihsing- at the evening service. Sun- day'school at 3 p.m. .PRESBYTERIAN. "-.KKOX PRESBVTEP.lAN-llini: Rev. iA. G. Cameron. Services-11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. The minister will preach'.'at both services. Morning'sub Church and. the-Child.' Evening: "The Model Prayer." Pub lic'iiistallation of the' officers teachers'of the Sabbath, school the morning service. Sabbath schoo and all Dible classes -will .meet at Mom class at 4 p.m. Mi ing music Anthem "Te. Deui Woodward. "God is anthem pf My Turner. Barilon 'solo.. Strangers and visitors. alway welcome. ,i': :.ST'. ANDnBWS. A. C. Brj-an, minister. ServtceB 11 a TO .ATTEND BIO. CONVENTION Ixindon, Putter, Manitoba linlvfrsllj'j'has Ar- rived to attend the meeting bf tho Mtish Assoclallon. -Prof; Duller eads a paper In the bofimr section on practice, Friday 7 p.c. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH-At the Caledonian Hall. Hey. J. B. Pickle, 10.30 a.m., -Sunday school, Jollowed by preaching service. Chrls- an Endeavor at 7 p.m., followed by cachiLg' All are welcome. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST.'J-ATKICK'S A. Rotonth'al, paitor, Rev. P. illnlwe- n, assistant.. Mass 8 e-tn. Children's its a.m. .High 11 a.m. unday school 3 p.in. Evenlng service 30 p.m. -Sermon at each Eervlce- CHRlSTIAM SCIENTIST FlIlST OP CHRIST, Hank block. Ser- ico'- at'; It a.m. Wednesday ev- nlng testimony meeting, 8.00 p.rn. he reading room is open to every- ne every, day- fronMhree to five p.m. one Ij. cordially. Invited to nt- end. SALVATION-ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as' fallows' Sunday, 11 .in., Hollntss meeting; 3 p.m., praise 7.30, Salvation meeting. p.m., public by sisters: Wetlnesday, Soldiers' 'meeting; Thursday, p.tri'., Salvation meeting. Citadel band In attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., and easy' meetirig. METHODIST WESLEY G.' H'. pastor, i Resilience 32D Eleventh St., S., phor.e 404. iloin- mg'subject, "A Wider Vision." Ev- ening subject, Some Great Problems ol out Western Life So. Fight for Our Higher Life." Sunday school nnd Bible class 3 p.m. All are.wel come. WESTMINSTER, METHODIST Rev. J. B. Francis, pastor. Residence 1271 5th" N. Telephone 1659 Morning service 11 o'clock, subject, 'Report of the First Geographical So- ciety." Children's subject, "Little Hal-teh-ttl." Sunday, school, 3 p.m. Night service, 7.30 o'clock, subject "The Cash Value ot Religion." 'Next Sunday anniversary services will be held.at which Rov..G. H. Cobbiedlclt will preach :ln the morning, and Rev, William" ftwln, ot Bclievue, In Uie iventng.-.- LATTER DAY. SAINTS CHUHCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY O. B. Hall, ioih St. T. M. C. A. 1.45 A.m.-Offtcera and teachen meet- Ing; 10'i. m., Sunday School; .2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always lihhop.B.- S, Young, 1211 3rd B. 'PhoBfl 685. C. F. P. COSVDFJAUE. Esq, K.C., President J. M. AITKEN, ESQ., Vice-President. DIRECTORS: Johii Home, Esq. II. W. Church, Esq. W. S. Ball. Dr. W. S. Oalbrallh. 0. H. Miner, Dr. J. S. Stewart, M.P.P. J. D. Ilizlnbotham. Esq. Win. Sralth, Esq. You Can Make Use of this Company To act as Eiecutor or Trustee ot your own Estate; or as Ai- mlulslrator cf auy estate In which you aro inleiesUJ. To Invest Your Funds tu Mortgages or Asceeceats (or Sale; and lc> make all collections oa same to you. To tafce Entire Charga of your Kicaucial Affairs, and to handle same for a moderate coiuiulseion. To Act as Treasurer of ReiO Katate or other Syndicates, or as Trustee In any mailer where It is necessary that conflicting inter- be safeguarded. Tikis 13 a fast growing Corporation which will prove, as UKS goes on, to bo ol Inestimable service to Ibe business raea and people of lute city tmd district; and will fa eddltiots do much to- wards tbe up-building of flnaticiallv. The British Canadian Trusts Company A Progressive Homt Company Conybears Block UthbrltJgc, Alberta, Experience Is the aealBtanco an executor can have in administering an estate to tbe best advantage. Why not lake this Into considera- tion when appolnt'ng. YOUR .eitecator and trust the administration ot your estate to 8 responsible Trust Company with, many years' experience? Jlooklet containing necessary information regarding wills, will be mailed on request: The TRUSTS and QUARANTEE Company. Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the. Judicial DlitrUt' LETHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, CALGARY, WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue -Weil, Calgary, H. A- Howard, Manager OF CANADA A Valuable Feature o! a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank pf in the names' of two persons, is that if.'one dies the family.funds aie nqt.Ued up. just when" they 'are likely to be mosf heeded. ..The' survivor can'withdraw-the money without" delay or formality.. Think It open a Joint Account. LETKBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KINO, Actg Manager THE CANADIAN BANK! OP COMMERCE g SIR EDMUNr> i; ALtXANDER Maiiigcr JOHN AIRD. Ast't'General V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western i CMAL PAID IIP, M5JM.OOO MSERVI flli, {i TOURISTS AND Tha I cvcrj- Prc San Frar and la Ihe travelling rabUt, enabling them lo'oblun money JTI the sicnplwl it pcinl on their journey the world over. The Tmvcikrs' Cheq-jei of Credit issued by this "Dank overcome the annoying difficuluei of obtaining fiiixa abroad, espcciaUy in places whore idenlificalloil is difficult. Cheques nnd Drafts or. Ihe countries of world, in. sterling, narks, lire, kronen, clr.., can bb cashed or purcliased al W. 6. Lethbridge Branch R. L CAPT, WOOUUEY. London, Sept. CKta Phillips 'Woolley, R.N.A., ofVencou- ver, B.C., who has been seriously 111 since his arrival In England, IS flow almost recovered and hopes'Ip return to Canada on (he Corslcnn, leaving on Wodiuiadav next CATARRH BLADDER 24 Hours ST. I'AUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN 6th and IStli St. Rev. A. C. Simflay, Sept. 14th. lipgtlsh. services, 11 a.m. and N'orwcglan jervlce, 10 a.m. S'imilay Mhool, C.SO'p.iri.' Teacher's meeting, 8 p.m.. J1BLE STUBENTS BIBLE. STUD ENTS' ASSOCIATiON-At 638 15th st.-.S; Wteta evory Sunday at 3 p.m FrlenAt Interestea are .Invltiia.- CIIORCH OF- CHRIST j.aho Hall, ercty SUndiy at 11 a.m. !o breaking o! bread.. PENTEC09TAL PBNTfiCOSTAI, .MEETINGS A the homo of Mr. Simmonett, 1: Eighteenth St.' N'., Tuesday evening: at 8 o'cloci, Thursday evenings at I o'clock, 'special walling on tho for the Bsptlsra o( tho Holy Splri Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, meraberlng of tho Lerd'9 death. Se vice in the evening at 7.30. Come and drink ot the Water of Utt, (recly. CHRISTADEU'HIANS At C38 TwfUth-Sl.! A.j .V, (belwfen Cth and ILLOWKIVL BRITISH COLUMBIA In Central BrltUh Columblo. RIVPR it, supplle. mak. WILLOW RIVER and I pr.ndo.l j titles.- It tor INVESTMENT.'. Investigate Willow River IN hEOARDINQ BUSINESS OR BUSINESS >nd PACIFIC JOINT OWNERS SOLE AGENTS RICHARDS ST. VANCOUVER. B 71h Breahing ot -B p.m. Evening service. ISO p.rn. A lecture will he delivered by Sid- rev T. Uaisfoici. "The 1'ar- of the Tares.1' Everybody wel- come. Hrins i'our collec- tion. HARVESTING IN FULt SWIH8 in "full toto. tho gra'led'ifp, tnA night and are again 'Meal. .3 ;