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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAqe eight T!fr�S?>AY, SI'IPTKMUKH l!>. 1DIK EVANGELIST PARTY Rev. Stevens and Party to Spend j Six Weeks. Starting Januay 1st ! L**t evening n union prayer service I %M hold In Wesley hull, conducted by ' the Rev. Dr. Ilotta, the representative of the Kov. W. It. StuTon* F.vanireHs-, tic party. The party consists of six. Mr. Slovens, rt Canadian -who for a i number of years conducted a non-vle-j nominationnl mission In the ctt.y of] Toronto somewhat after the principle. ( oT the Moody church In t!ie city ot .' Chicnpo. About ten years ago Mr | Stevenn left Toronto nr.d began hold in* evangelistic campaigns, and h.i� held those in many or the. pricclpo- \ towns and citlei of Canada and ihej �western states, and prior to the out- j break of the war was ho'dlng moot-j ings In Scotland. Mrs. Stevens acts' as the pianist of the party. Mr. Fisher 1 1s the chorister, and before Joining i Mr. Steven?' party spent some year? ' �with Billy Sunday. Miss Saxton. the �worker among the boys and girls of tho teen nge. is also the lending soh>-1st. Miss Lamonte has spent �.>;r. year-: with the Ht!.;y Sunday party ae : the the worker r.niong tho vour.c v* men bs -well as the direetoress or ti rievotionnl gf-n-icc*. Dr. Betts. tV e jtanizer. was .-. medical doctor, hut Ills conversion, became an ord�!r.�\; tnlnlrter. Tor some years, however, he has worked with Mr. Stevens. After alving this Interesting tn'or-nation he then outlined the plans of the party for the {a'.:. At present they are In Swift Current. They be- ROYAL YEAST CAKES The qualify of Hoyal Yp.isl f ak> s is such that, it cannot be improved, so wo are improving the package. The change from a round to a square package will be msde as rapidly as practical. The qnality of the round and square cakes is jjuaranteed to be identical in every respect. Each of the square cakes are wrapped separately by machinery, in wax paper, in such a manner as to make them practically airtight, and scientifically hygienic. ROYAL YEAST HAS RI-EN THI" STANDARD YEAST OK CAN A PA FOR NEARLY 1LUF A CENTURY e. w. Gnirrr company limited TORONTO, CAA'AIM THNVIPEG MONTREAL WINDSOR HOTEL IS IN IHE LIMELIGHT 'Man round With Liquor on (ho Premises-Three Are Fined HAG A SISTER IN MACLEOD "no Windsor H>'t�-1 on i! iu th" bri'lmn' V.kV. ur! v,-f the i K.l:iiii!itou. Sept. IS, Word was re-1 , eive.l in the city on Tuesday that il.icut. Sam Ferguson, n graduate of j !!: r.jiv.Tslty of Alberta in Arts In i i SHI.'. i later a law (.Indent Willi iHoolhe and Movro-a. had 1,,.,-u hilled I in. a."ion on Sept. Mil. Me enlisted);!i |iie l:"hh Vniversifies Hattalion ! ! on Ma:'i-h. and upon reaching the! ; other sale was transferred to a Lou- j doj! !-oi;illiel|t. Hot1; T.t Ferguson's parent:', who r.'side.I on the �ou'h wide, died shortly after he enlisted. A sister resides ::i .Mad vl. IT. Tory is a relative and " was to him thai tho wire to 11 inK of tho casualty wan directed. $125 AND COSTS Detectives lhiRan anil Wigg. of the provincial police, located a big cache of boozo near Cardstnn yesterday, and arrested a man nntned Stewart, In connection therewith, lie had brought tho stuff from across the line, lie was fined in the provincial police court today |ll'? and costs. CARDINAL FARLEY DEAD Mii'iial'Dlieek, N. Y, Sepl. 17. -I'lir-dlnal .loltn M. Farley, cardinal areli-bishop of New York, died at bis couu-tr> home here tonlK'H. Tile aKed prolate hull been sliikhut rapidly since ho siirioied it relapse Inst Saturday following partial recovery from an at lack of pneumonia. Indeed for the hint three days physicians attendltir. the eanliual have boon exporting birt death hourl>. PRELIMINARY Kdmonlon, Sept. Is. A preliminary beariuK will be given Kliza Swain In the inovlnciiil ban-neks this afternoon on a chiit'KC id' uiurdorliift her husband. Alexander Swain. s All inei'onso of IS per cenl. In bank clearings of Ibis week over the same week of lust year Is shown in loday'i return*, and Is some Indication of business conditions as compared with last year. The flpuros nrc as follows: This week.............$t,0;i(i,a7S hast year.............. 87L'.'2Ci '� -,n til" i o:ui:t'(-a. n; ci, and a 'in ! tol-.s ir b. !>ro�2.:t )::' t wo ch.avc- � �r 1" sSI.Ul ed. COMPETITION HUN RESISTANCE IS STIFFENING -1 i .MaeGregor V\". Crawford . 1.. He il..ns 1". vs. J J. L. K'.rkhaui 1," son-l>. J. A. Toombs 24. R. W. Kei!oh-c 2i !". vs. M. Freeman 1-" vs. H. J. l> :5 14, vs.. ,T. Adams 14. vs. T. \Y. Ko\ K vs R. \- n. J, McSwain R J. R. Pat. Burns 2'J. R. Livingston fan rherp on Sept. 1st with an attend- \{oT.^ nee of 1400. a::d last Sunday night, I H- Menrie the 15th. jnoo were present. From Cwlft Current they go to Reglna. thonco to Medicine Hat. on to l.pth-fcrldfte. oponint with a tratcli nip'at ervlce Now Year's V'.ve. As to the place of mpptinit. ho stat.;J that three Jilans bad been suggested: First, the building at the corner of Sth Street and Sth Avenue. b;;t that because of location and condition was not deem-. d advisable. The second plan was ; to build a tabernacle, either on ard Avenue or Cth Avenue, but ths expense and as a war time measure that too was deemed unwli�. The third was to use \\'esl�y church. Attar very little discussion It wbs unanimously decided to hold the meeting ! "v In the Wcsiev church, cotanienclng! �. A. Smith 24. vs. J. Mack ."4 New Year's Eve. and to continue for,'., �- H- Harman 24. vs. y. w.idd.n.^-on ix weeks. It was also derided to hold 1 a series ot union prayer mootlcga as follows: t'nlted church, Sept. !l, Oct. .".0, \s. u . \ . Poapst Brill th- ;h Advance in Face Is All the More Re-ma rk til ile '.-!.. S'--pt. V -' K- :i'-"-rs Th \v;-i , ;*yy^pg%fJi-&$~it THE HOME BEAUTIFUL Words that are Dear to Every Woman The Problem of the Beautiful Home is Made Easy Here With the Largest Stock in Southern Alberta to Select From and Our Prices Spell Economy Our Regular Prices Tell the Story of Economy H. J. H. A Mara. �. H. Wilson D. Duff 12, v keitii '3. vs N. Macleod S. ... vs p. Hun:..' Scratch, i. vs. G. T. Marrs W. 1'. Crai� i ti-: ! tor SCOTCH INLAID LINOLEUM 'in.'.iitv K.-r.-.r-.o SCOTCH inlaid lino. 2 yards whlo T!ie�� : t-ii iiie � t.iu wo are In the po.o.nou to sapid.' � ' Uoral and conventional d.-slnis. yards wide only. Lineal yard, $L'.'2.'i and ....... L. J. Shepherd U'. vs. \Y a nan 1^. H. Macbeth 2ft. vs. T II. �IcCrea 1 O. C. l)-a:), Supt. Penne'ather 20, f. K. C. G:nl : bault 25. B. Bertrand 10 ^ \V. A. R. Coci Dec. 4. ,, Baptist church, Oct. 2, Nov. 8, , ' A ^.^^ vj A H Hop(. ^ ^^.i".. v a t> I H. G. Madd'.snn 24. vs. H. Hiam 22. Christian Oct. 9. Not. 12,1 R Q Hy:h h>;h wiih painted burlap back, makes a wood bard wearing .-.-rvi. eatde floor eoveritu; A lai pe range of matting and con- Volitional dPStCIIS to :.e|eet from. Lineal yard ........................................... 1.50 JAPANESE MATTING Thro- d.-si~n. only of thb- spl-'U'lid floor coveriiiK at less than it .�an b" boUKht whnb'...le. A do laved shl|iment enables us to ..ell at this I .w price per \ar.l ......................... 30c Dec. IS. Knox church, Oct. Dec. 25. Wesley church. Oct, IS. Dec. 31. The meeting throughon 10, Nov. SO, Nov. Cfe a t tii-- S rally bur,' un- i Bplendid -window display. j board and the special Danish misulon ; t � - � .--- j In Washington, were completed tonight j i,� - _ . _ - -...,_! and signed. Similar arrangement*. | ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE have been made with all European i POPULAR SERVICE ' neutrals except Holland. | f is hop.-i lp^s or that you will b.- c.-ipijled and ! Eulfc-r ail the res: of your life. ; Here is jood news: (lin I'ills have restored taousands of sulTerrrg to i health una -treugth. Wimt they have j done for ovIits they will do for you. Head what Mr. J. Hairop eays: : "I have been crippled up fo completely taa; I could not stand. I Work w�:i oat of tl'.i! question. A few or Gin Pills put me right. I cnr.i'.ot praise Gin I'ills 1 too mn'ii, and every home should 1 have n b..x." ; Mr. liarroi/* expericnei with Coin j I'ills h-ij ! the same as thoio-oel" i of others, in ail parts of this conti-I '-v'-t. Have You Seen the New Linoleum Rugs FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS FUMED OAK BUFFET ' .'lid oak buffo! fiim.-.l finish, top Is 2f>x :\ i:v!o:'. with r.strror in back, has larce iin n .Ir.'ver and two small drawers with Re?. S53.50. Fri.-Sat. $45.00 Take the i.>. or Company's Office, 270 Main St. Winnipeg. |Smarty Sraarty Gave a Party How Smarty Smarty g�.ve a party with the aid of The Old Woman in Ihe Shoo, and had all the gu�stB from out of Mother Goose's book, la told by Billy Murray in the new aong, "Story Book Ball." It's reproduced on Victor Record 1S-4S2 and Mason 4 WBch Limited, Balmoral Block, Fifth Street, Lethbrldge, invite you to come 1b and hear it or any one of the many thousands ot selections wblch wsVU gladly play for you.-Adrert. foodstuffs, metals, machinery, textiles non-edible animal and vegetable pro- i ducts, chemical, drugs and o:!i�.- commodities required for Its needs in an aggregate quantity of well ov�r 252.-! 000 tons annually. II:, r'.!'- of Mr. B. Milf V.'.'.t'ord had '� c.:i..|ip aioi hi-' at hii ft-it'.-�in.-dv for ii'-i a . f.a' �on v: r. IN \\\ '-il'.g re-aiits .noie-iiat.-i .-. �'.tci-t iron1  \ti.-r i.llHl..... i t' ' i:': t [:;> i,n\: eu ref] ' (Vm Lk- ir >>i|l. Ill V  I i V 1.1: iv Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze tho Juice of two lemons into st bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shako well, and you have a quarter pint of tho beBt froeldo and tan lotion and complexion beautl-fler, at very small coBt. Your grocer has tho lemotm and any drug atoro or toilet counter will supply three ounces ot orchard white for a f�w cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face ,neck, arms and hands each day and see how frock-les and blemishes disappear and how clean, soft and while the *k)n beromes It is haruilesH.-Advertisement. EXTENSION TABLE Fura' 1 oa!: extension table, 41 iucli top extending to six f.'et. has pedestal base. Reg. $30.00. Fii-Sat. . . $25.00 SET DINING CHAIRS St --v.*,--iA.y.'I!..., 2'>.,1l'^\V5fl~'- V-'-'1 J TS"i 4 ?| �1 An attractive kitchen must have a bright stove, effort required with Black Knight. Just apply with a cloth for a bright, durable polish. Can be used on either warm or cold stove. It is non-inflammable. PRINTED LINOLEUM About 2D yards heavy quality printed lino, slightly oniekoil but It won't nffeot tke. wearing qualities. Regular $2.50 lineal yard, Friday and Saturday, $2.00 CUPS AND SAUCERS i'i dozen only, llleu De Hot cups uml suuc- Reg. $8.50. Fri.-Sat......$6.00 00 ;