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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satm'day. Seiitemhei' coos THE LET1IBBIDOE DAILY HERALD Pajjell MILADI EDITED BY "INO- 0 FHONEI Offict Rtl. 1111 Out ol the silence, song Out ot the bud, a rose Out of the rose, lie bccn The wool-wind Out of the years, a faith Out ol life's Irani! troth O'Jt ol the heart, the charm Of ageless youlh. Mr. D. A. Simpson winning the fav- tte consolations vent to Mrs U H. Elton and Mr. William The dance teld under llw auspices ol the Maple Leal club in tte Soas ot England ball ;la6l evening was a mirtted success in every resprct, near- Iv two hundred guests brinj in at- tendar.w. Refreshments were served Mis. Cearge Stirey and children' at ten-thirty, alt" which dancing have returned (mm an enttnded visit _ was resumed until two this In Lancaster county, New Hampshire) where Thaw will have another legal battle to'keep o-" 'New York. _'-.. Was a Real Fair From1 Front Page) Sheep' and Swine Entries In these Imnrovement over classes' wero an t >ear .and every peri ivas full. But1 If toclety are going to kcop pace with the farmers, they must enlarge tiie accommodation tor'. theFe classes, and that Is uroba- tries wero'niorc numerous by double ast year's. Everything In the vege- table kingdom was ghoivn, and tor size and. qliallly would eiual anylhinu mdcr Irrigation in Alberta. The sca- Bon was opportune lor the showing of vegetables, and the farmers took r.d- vantage of the fact. Every -ell filled and the exhibits neatly ar- ranged. The largest exhibitors were Dr. Hann'an, Pete Hammer. P. Palm-' er, A. E. II. H. Schmidt, Sam Sanderson and Williams Uros.- Fo'r variety and Taber cer- in Winnipeg. Mrs. Wehb and Mrs. L'raig, ol Dayton, arc mating an extended visit with Mrs. W. A. Martin. Third Ave. e Mr. and Mre. II. D. Shantz left to- day on a elx months 'vlelt to Uie east. c i Mr .and Mrs. of Qrcen Gables, have returned to their home In Taber. Mr. ar.4 Mrs. Hotert Bell, returned this morning from Vancouver, and are gueats for a short lime with Mrs. J .K. Maroii, en route east. v f Woid has been received of the (lealh of Mrs. Clysdale, wife or Rtv. F. E. the MethodUt minister at CarlsUdt. deceased lady has teen 111 for weeta. Mr. and Will S. Adanis have returned from a trip to the eaat, -t Major M. S. Hornby, has returned to ills home in England. .Seed's orchestra lurnishrd the music. Tho club will jive their dance in about two weeks' tiree. CLUES AND.SOCIETIEI talnly had the best vegetables display. ..ed in the south this year. V. Matbews, bly- ouo reasoni why ttic snowing .was of the Ex- not larger. wjs. was Lethbridga, who tremely and they .showed good Xormno Bro3. Bhpwpa-ncrk'sliiro swine, and Williams Jlr.. Halerlns loth swine and sheep. i Vtgctables Judged in this department, pronounc- i through. The entries were so nura- jcrous that it was necessary to crowd them somewhat, and nest year in- (creased space- will have to be jirovld- test eye-opener. at. iht lair. The en- The vcgetabio display, v-as tts big- Everything waB grown without Poultry ijst year. a Magrnth farmer show- d" nearly one' hundred birds at Ta- This vear he TVKB excluded, .on root of miany of lickneu and of an .amount uf kuaun misery, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, by of use, been pnred a. safe and certain for aad all kindred troolitw, Try them 4 26c. Shoe 916 Cth Avenut South Closing down at'the end of 'tills month. All goods must- he taken away on or before the 28th or they vrlll bo sold to-clear expenses. Mis. J. A. Blade, oi West Demara li. C., is the. guest of her sister, Mrs. for a few weeks. z Thc Misses Annie and Marguerite Hanrahan are expected to arrivo home tomorrow from an extended trip east. The G. T. Embroidery club will meet en Monday'afternoon with Mrs. J. B. Koss, 306 Seventh Are., A., south. Another link in the series ol chain teas of St. .Mary's Guild will be htlc on Monday afternoon at ihe home o Mrs. 'Ford, SI., N. A'union rally ol. Wesley SunJa; school and League will b held on Monday, evenicg, nhea-Kev H. Irwln, di'.trk-t organizer c the High River" convention, will giv an address.- e The Women's Missionary society o Wesley church will meet Tuesda nllernoon at four o'clotV, when a ladies of the congregation are invit ed. The Flower Build wishes to than Mrs. C. F. 1'- Conylejie, Jlrs. C W. Gray, Mrs. Len-is, man, Frache Bros, and the superin- tendent ot the Gait Hardens lor flor- al donations yesterday. At 7.3O To-night Men's regular 50c Neckwear At 2 for 25c Fitly dozen Men's Silk Neckwear in open end Derhy tinil Kovti-in-liiiml styles, immense variety (if this season's newest designs including self 'brocaded efTccls. designs :uul neat conservat- tive stripes so Ilial the dapper young innn or the man of more nuiluiv years and quiet tastes may select with styles they most fancy. quaUlics on Special Sale at tonight at '1'WO for....................'.. Other Lines That Will Prove Equally Irresistible For To-night's Shoppers Westminster Ladies' Aid arc- put- ting on an anniversary concert and hoic social in Burgman's hall on Tues- Ladies'Stylish Waists 98c A limited tjuantlty only, I .ad Its' New Includes v.'htte in .high or ueck, and long or stibrl aleevea. dahitiiy trimmed with fine Swiss embroidery and Val. Insertion, also some In plain Chambrays and neat striped range of sizes. All QQfi oci'pale lonlyht at each wOU White Tourist Frilling, box 7c Just two doioti boxes only to dispose of at this Tourist filling in Uie regulation standard size for travelling or business wear. Tonight at 7.30 rer bor I w values in Corset Cover Embroidery 59c next at S p.m. A splendid pro- Mrs. J. R. Mrtlaster, ol Aleian- gram tas becn provided, arid a dra, Ont., who was visiting her bto ther, Mr. W. J. Kino, Ninth St., has returned home. .Mrs. T. 1'atlon, Miss Pietce :ial prize will be cHfred to the lady wlio hands in trie" prettiest decorated or basket. .-..lecture, which should prove a and the Misses Ucwar returned Thuis- very great attraction to Scotchmen day 'rout extended trio.on the will'Ge1 delivered in.. St. all ited port a verr pleasant lay from an extended trip..on the Pa-1 delivered in.. I ific coast. During their trip they vis- Andrew's'churcbjncAi Friday'eveni ted in Vancouver and Seattle and re- by the Rev. Neil'Primroie, of Grass 0aiette. Ucv. A. C.'Bryan went _lo Taber the Cathedral' .Squire United Free church ot Olasgojiv His' subject will be "Old" Glasgow-and'some of its Street and it will be today to conduct annivertary" with lantern slides. The es in the -Presbyterian church therej admission will he twenty-five cents, tomorrow.'Jlcv. Mr. Mahafiy, of Tab- and, as-Mr. most Just about 100 yards for LADTEt- HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NtMO CORSETS iccount of the only for Ta- church and du: .erltes. But there was not a falling cifF Wl11 be a gl iff, ,as might be. eip'ecfed. On the itho'r liaid, the entries over liet year were nearly double, and the quality of the birds shown was bettered ac- cordingly. Tbo Taber farmers are nit after a share of that that goes out of Albtsrta pvery year Jor eggs, and they want !i cold otorage plant at Letbbridge. Some of the main exhibitors wera: 0. Tutteleut, Dr. Hannan, Clifford :on, Charles Edwards, Pete Hausen and Williams Bros. B. 3. Cook, of l.elhbrldge, judged. The birds were housed In a fine new building, that will, too, soon be found, to be inade- quate. Dairy Produce.....- The entries were numerous, and taid to be better than last year. The government inspector made some high scores, and pronounced Mrs. Peter Cook's ibutter as good aa could be made. The fruits and preserves were up to tie usual standard. Mrs. Cook won tho silver medal for the best but- ter, .and Mvs. W. first In jcasb. prizes. The ladies and children's work was aiid competition toon. It looks as though Taber would have to build an entirely neir set of fair buildings, If the entries Increase In future as they have this year; Another pleasing feature of the fair was the attendance. Secretary Sundal has iioi slept for a week, and to Wa efforts on behalf o[ Ihe farmers and townspeople, and thc hearty co-oper- ation of tho president and' directors' and the farmers and people In general, fs due the great' aucceas that this year's fair has attained. At the close of Ihe day's judging, the tendered the Judges, press and others .a delightful banquet at the King Gcorg'e and Ihe day was riot until the wee sma' hours at the dance hall. cr, will-' preach in St. Andrew's: irin? his 'stay ii at' iriai the inse. A-few ol the members o! the old Art Needle-work club surprised Mr. and Mrs. William Scott at their home highly recommended by a.number oi leading Olasgow citizens, the. lecture will undoubtedly he a treat. -It was to have been, held In Knos owing to their Sunday "be thc Irwin, ol neljcvue, ivill preach in Ihe _. morning, anoiMhe pastor's r-rcning ,1 .subject will Some Great Bchool concert that night, it-wil put on under the" auspices ot last evening. Euchre was enjoyed Ladies' Bible class of St.'.Ari- three tables, Jlrs. William Scott and drew's church. in Life; or Sunday school and Bible, classes S'p.m; LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF ATTER DAY O. B Hall, 10th St. S., bear Tf. M C. A. i.m. Officers Ing; 10 a. m., 'Sunday 2 p.m 8aeramect meeting. VlEltors >.45 a.m. Officers and tcache; meet- CHURCH SERVICES ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. ar.d Eighth St. Rev. Canon rector, Matins 11 am. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. at the elfcVcn uViiiOfe-stlvtre on first Sunday of the" month. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MAHY'S C. H. Fopham, rector. Holy communion every Sunday at 8 a.ra. Matins 11 a.m. 3 p.m. Sunday school. 'Evensong 7.30 p tn. Choral the firat Sunday of the month o'clock ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH- 'or- ner Sth Ave." anl Eleventh St. Hev. Canon McMilld, rector. Matins 11 a.m. Evensong .9 30 p. m. Su school and Rihle class 3 p. m. The rector teaches the. ndult Bibje cltss, to which all are cordially.-. Invited. Holy communion on the first third Sunday at 8.3C a.m. and en the second and fourth Sundays; at the eleven o'clock service. BAPTIST FIRST H.M'TIST CHimCH-Cor- ner Third avenue'and Spencer at II ".A.-Model Church .and Counsel to 7.30 ol God's" Sunday' school 3 services Wednesday 8 p.m. .FIFTH AVENUE H: Klincr Green, pastor. sub- in Uncjrcu.mci- and 7.30 p.m., "The'Er.d ol Summer." Special sinErngVai-jthe ev- EveraM Franks FOR High class paper ruling and book binding Phone 1107 D R I N K HABIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT The onniN'E, treatment for the Drink Hahit can he used with abso- lute confidence. 'It destroys all desire for whiskey, hee-r or other alcoholic Flimulants. Thousands have success- fully used H and-havo been restored to lives of sohriety and usefulnesa. Can he given secretly. only oer hox. If you1 fall Id get-resulU" (rom ORfllN'K after h trial, your money will he rofnnvlcd. Asli for free booklet lolling all about OIIIIINK lied Cro-3 Drug and Hook Store, Ltd., Acadla ening Kervice. Sunday sch'oohat 3 p. m. A hearty to PRESBYTERIAN V.'- ST. ANDREW'S A. C. Bryan, minister. SeMceJ II a. m.'and 7.30.p.m. The pastqr.-ls cx- Tiev.'Mt. Sla- hafiy, of where Mr. Biyin will conduct atinfmeaty school aad-Bible classes 3.'p..m." TBIN'ITY CHURCH, ifARDIE- F. C. Atkm.' S'Jtvicta 11 am. and'7.30 p.m. Evening" sub- ject, The message ol the historic books ol the Old Testament; "The Cry for a illustrated by blackboard outline. Sunday school 3.15, Visitors always welcome. Night school, Monday. Tuesday and Friday at 7.30. Mid-week services. Thin-slay', children at 7 P-m. and adults at 8.15 CJioir practice, Friday 7 p.m. KNOX PIlESBYTEnlAN-Miniater Hev. A. Ci. Cameron. Services 11 anil 7.30 p.m. The minister will ireaeh at both Morning sub- ect, "Harvest." Evening, second ser- mon in the series on "The Model Sahbath school and all Siblc classes at 3 p.m., Chinese, class at 4 p.m. Morning anthem, "Ye Shall Dwell'in the Stainer. jrano solo, "Nearer Jly OoJ '.o Carey.. Evening anthem, ''Kv- ening and Oakley. Con- tralto solo: "Deyond the Sanderson. Strangers and visitors al ways welcome. CHRISTIAN CHKISTIAN" the. Caledonian Hall. nev. .B. Pickle pastor. 10.30 a.m.. Sunday school followed by preaching service. Chris- tian Endeavor at 7 p.m., followed by preaching. All are welcome. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. HATHIUKS A.-. H. Rqeenthal, pastor, Rev. p. Mlnlwe- ien, assistant. Mass 3 a.m. Children's mass a.m. High Masi 11 Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 .p.ra.' Srrinon at ejch service. CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST FIRST CHORCHVpF CHRIST. block. Ser- vice, at il a.m. Wednesday ev- ening -testimony' meeting, 8.00 p.m. The reading room; fs to everr- one every day from thrc-a to flvo p.di. r.verjone la cordially Invited to at- tend. SALVATION ARMY Services.nrc held Citadel, I.IIS street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and meeting. Week nlghls: Monday, 8 publle meeting, led by slslors; .We'drieEday, 8 p.m., welcome. Blthpp B. S. Young, 1211 3rd ave. S. 'Phone C86. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN -Corner" Cth Ave. and 15th St. Rev. A. C. Grant, pastor. Sunday, Sept. 21st. No services, pastor .will bo in Taber. Sunday school, '2.30 p. m. Teacher's meeting, Wednesday, S Adult Catechism class, Thursday 8 p.m. BIBLE STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL. BIBLE. STUD. !XTS' 15th st. S. Meets every Sunday at 3 p.m. Friends interested are invited. CHURCH OF Labor Hall, every Sunday 11 a.m. for ireaking ol bread. PENTECOSTAL PBNTECOSTAL MEETINGS the home of Mr. Simmonetl, 130 Eighteenth St. N., Tuesday evenings at o'clock, Thursday evenings at S o'clock, Epecial waiting on the Lord for the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock, re- membering of the Lord's death.: Ser- vice In the evening at 7.30. Come and drink of the Water of Life freely. CHRIST ADELPHIANS Twelfth St., A., N. (between Cth and Tth Hreakltig of Bread, 4 DANCE To be held in K.P. Hnll Monday, Sept. 22nd Needs' Orchestra .in at- tendance. Gents, 75c p.m.' Evening service. 7.30 p.m. A- lecture will be delivered by Mr. Kid- T. Ilalsford! "I! thc Heaven? and the Earth are In he Dis- n-ill _ Ti i rrh Kveryhody cci- .Dwell? i lection. 8 p.m., Silvallon Citadel hanil In attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., (re i eisy mcctloB. VfESTMlji'STEa- METilOBlST Rev. J. D. Francis, pastor. Residence 1271 5th Ave., X. Tetephoas Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sun day school and Dlhle classes 3 p.m Fifth anniversary services will he which Hev. 0. II. Cobbledicfc will In Ihe morning, and Rev WIlHam Irwln, of Bellcvue, In the evening. WKSI.EY CinillCH-Hcv. 0. TI Cobblfillek, pastor, residence 32 Kkventh SI., telephone Serviers 11 a.m. and p.m. Kef, II CutYour Coal Bill in Half this Winter How? By Installing a Fuller-Warren Stewart Range Absolutely Gueuranteed Now is the time to get one at Lowest Cost. As a special offer we are giving a discount of the next 30 days Call and see the line that always gives Satisfac- tion. C.G.01ander 524 13th Street N. Phone 1223 ;