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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Saturday, September, 1ft, COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS DRY FARMING CONGRESS MATTERS Monthly Meeting of Board of Trade Took Fur- tlier Step? Every day brings closer the date for the International Ury Fanning Con- gress at Colorado .Springs 11: Octo- her, and as the time passes more and j j0: be required of Ibis Hoard when at Colorado Springs, in order to obtain the International Dry Farming Con grfss for l.cthbridje for And that the president of the Ltth- bridge Board of Trade be empuwefci to call a special meeting of the Board when at Colorado .Springs. if hi thinkjt same to be necessary, and lhat any action taken by Hull meeting bo made This clears.the way for the negoti- ations tor the congress for and all that now remains is for the larg- est possible representation from Leth- bridge to be present at the congress this year to help (he Hoard in its Class to the Kxhibit Mr. Mc.N'icol also went into the j matter uf the Hoard Trade exhibit the .congress. .The oi the CHURCH SERVICES Room la open to everyone more interest is teing taken in the exhibit has been decided upon, and the every dav from 3 to o p. m. All sor-' nvent While "rviiv 'ii'i1 loo'Kinc for-' tpcr T i i M Church of of Latter Vices are held in Royal Bank n V nmv "llsy ttu' '0 the exclusion n picasmr material. The space rrservei! (or the its importance UK an education- j uthbi i-xhibit i.s al feature. School J0.30 a.m. Knights of Pythias Hull, Fifth St. Church, Rev. T. P. Perry, pjitor. will preach at" both services. and everyone is cordially invited to tit- First 'Baptist A. al ft'atm'c- an artvcrtisiiiR me-j with frontage of -in (t-et, aml there Levin, pastor. 11 a. in. subject. "An art; to Consider- j js ,10 ,u. The quality of 'ffobln ,ng methods employed in Its production. Made from wheat from the choices! farms iaskntchcwan. Morg loaves and more qualjiv to the sack can be obtained from any other costs but Sold on a money-back guarantee- Robin Hood Flour quartette will sing "When Peace like} River." and "Incline Thine Ear." the Hoard of Trade the ..discussion at: barley the .Southern Alberta As-; Hoards of Trade1 no definite I. MUMMY AND THE HU MING BIRD" of n certain Inmeness Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, North last niglil's mooting of iho full Board Rov. C. D. McKinnon. Pas well atUMiued last merit iiuside thn space ;ind thus si Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.m. Evensong owinit probably t o counter at- thing to the best advantage. A spe- tli.- evening. Sunday nd Ad Bible Classes at 3 p. m. Knex Church, A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday ser- p.m. Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock." Rev. J. E. Murrell- Wright, rectory 213 Slh St. south. I St. Church (Anglican) [Hev. V. McAinien. rector. Rev. i Keeves of Lennoxville, Que.. will oc- lagged. Secretary vices 11 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3 p. m. St. Andrew's 13th Street and 7th Avenue North, Minister! Rev. Bryden, .M Sunday Icupy pulpit at both services ail matters pertaining lo i every thing may in readiness services'111 a m and p "m Sun- i morrow- There will be no celebration be nuthoriwd lo enter into such financial agreements as show. Another his attraction has also er. Th-s Gulscppe of Mr. E. the famous films tic- i picting Ihc "Whito Slave Trnfflc" which the authorlticK of the whoio world over are cngagctJ in Mei-fA-i FRANCE WANTS A conflict. This wonderful sot of pic-1 GERMAN GUARANTEE j tures carry with them a lesson lo J'nris, Sept. Gil Bias to- jiilJ. huniitnity. It. is felt. ijie in-i day says that Fra.m-e In her latest jstructiou rfiireived from 'sanv.! is -.such fnoniniiiiiic.ition io Germany that sroiitcr gonerai t-iforts for tto.a raquBfit, for guarnntees that no--se-, her of tho traffic will result, j crnt treaty exial.s between Spain and brother Jnim T. Hall, late publicity j These pictures hav; .teen pnascd by j Germany concerning the sale of any iii-ifig hciird of Spanish territory in Morocco or- any is noHiing whatever in-! Ciinary Island to Gcnnauy. passage, of ;i bylaw for the acceptance of a gift from Andrew Carnegie for a lic library in this city. A motion ried unanimously. A resolution was also passed con- veying 10-Al'is.s Miiia Hall of Hamil- toh, the cnndolence aiul .sincere sympathy of-the Hoard in the hour j of her sorrow for the loss nf Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited, 123 Bannatync Avenue East, Winnipeg ;