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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE -SIX THE LETHBRIPGfi" DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1915 FROM THE OR IENT TO YOUR TEA TABLE THE FRAGRANT AROMA SECURE IN THE SAFETY OF THE SEALED "SAtADA" PACKAGE Sir .Herbert Ames i initul wvrc :v negligible quantity, have provided men. i No Draw Came Knuc-uc I AilmpnrP mauv would he to see KouseS'Locm Audience (Ue wut ovtr ,ind VTOAI Kl'ONT wa5 last' August..But'this can ncv- ,.o> j i MI 1.1 er be. if that were tlie casp, it would point lie no time lirtoic nation was must pay. more than that all it lias lost and more, until the must raise right ol little stations to live lias loc-il committee been established, until the honor of inviolate, until Prussian-j we may remain as men enough chances to set to Hie "The soldier takes all the chanc to him o sustain his wife and his laraily while he is aw Von have a very strong loc.i. com- _. mo mitiee. Remember that they are not ..triotic fund war, FiKlit or Pay. bfjHjim: !rom >ou. They are- merely prewnts alternative, that no I to you an opportunity tor ,ial_ brjngs gloty. ,Q The motto of the pa- Pay. This t one can you to lio your duty." gjr Herbort told of the work that Mr. Carson spoke of Sir Herbert jiall bEen fin ,lmi a Ames anil the great work lie was do- minions had been colletieil, three and ANGLICAN ST. AUGrSTIN'S 'CHITHCH. corn- er of Eishth street and Second av- enue; Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrisht, Rec- Sent ember Matins at 11 a.m., when the Rev. Canon Mow- at of Cardston will preach. Sunday school at It) a.m. ST MARY'S of 5th Ave. and 12th St. C. N. Holy every Sunday morning at 6 a. m. Choral 'Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays ot" the month at 11 a, m., and on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at 7.30. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHl'RCH. corner of Eleventh street and Eighth avenue: Kev. Canon McMillen. day, September Koiy Communion at a.m. Sunday school. Junior Boys' aad Junior Girls', and Adult Bibie classes at 3 n.m. Evensong, with ser- mon, at 7.30 p.m.. when Rev. Canon Mmvat of Cardston will preach. PRESBYTERIAN I ins without remuneration, as secre- Xame we Raise" i "Sevenfold 01- ,ilc When the fund was irft' six millions were needed for thc Amen" Hushes, urbanized be had been plain Mr. new year, lie believed the Canadian choirmaster. j Ames. Hut so earnest had been his Street X., I work, and so valuable was that Rev .1 B Francis pastor. Services! work, that His Ma.ltsty the King had tomorrow at 1! a.m., subject. "Christ- j taken the opportunity of apprecuv iau Committment. Driftwood." 7.30 "Feeding the Multitude.' ing at 10 CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH, children's topic, 1 tion, with the result p.m.. subject.! now to be addressed quarter spent. Two millions were people were prepared to raise this. Principles of Fund There were two strong corner stones of the Patriotic fund', Sir The Store Phone 453 Acedia Block CASH CLARKE CO. WE SELL FOR SHOP HERE TONIGHT! 4-BIG BARGAINS-4 On Sale from 7 to 10 o'clock at a fraction of their real worth. These prices tell the story of unusual savings j that he was Herbert. AH communities were asked is Sir Herbert Class meet- I Ames. S-r Herbert Ames "dive until it hurts you, give corner of you feel that you are making Third avenue and Eighth street South, sacrifice to be able to do ay school at 10.30 Preach- this to give ali they couhi afford and i they drew out just what was needed. The second principle worked on j until1 was tbose who needed i-e-: some ceived funds. Set scales for families j make bad been made, graded on size of fam-1 amount at which a j ins: at" 11.30 by Rev. A. -M. Doughty j iu' Xanton; communion service at the close of this meeting: also preaching c-.t T.ofl p.m. by Rev. .Mr. Doughty. The public is cordially invited. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rev. I) Uoss, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Xoon, tte Bible school and adult class. Morning sub- Lot No, REGULAR AND VALUE A specially purchased line never before sold at less than 95e, and sometimes as lugh as All sizes up to -7. made ot splendid coutil, white only, rc-inforced over a'bdcmen, flts iill medium ligures. Al'tor Supper Bargai.n .-69C WORTH-UP TO The liigeest money's worth in smart Trimmed Hats by tliis store. JSvcry one this season's style, trimmed 'by Fisk and other lead- ing milliners; large and small shapes, more than fifty to choose from. After Supper Bargain. -S5iOO second i anterence between thai amount and Lot 2-Roman Satin Petticoats-98c REGULAR VALUE. A splendid quality now style Petticoat spec- ially purchased for this season, made oC good