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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX rHE OAILY MERALD. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1909. BALED HAY AND OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taksn at A. Easton Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 T. A. B A S T O Cleaning That is Cleaning FRENCH DRY CLEANING the Latest Up-to-date method for cleaning Ladies and Clothing. All work guaran- teed. Let us know and the waggon will call. Room 1. Whit- ney-block. J. H. WAGGENER: Expert Cleaner. Ten Yemrs'Experience. __ CROWN CLEANING AND DYE WORKS. BOX. .J CHURCH WORK AT WARNER Warner, Alta., Sept, 23, 1909 Editor Daily Herald, Dear is being said present about the bountiful har- Test and >the material progress of "STimy Southern- All this i6 But wonder how often our are raised above the vast prairie and .the golden grain, and how often we look away to the Giver of all this prosperity; Are we mindful of the fact that if is easy to drift with the tide of materialism? .JDo we forget that it requires no !fort -whatsoever to neglectSur spir- itual welfare inr our eagerness for lands and crops? The time for the observance of our national thanks- giving day is fast approaching; :liave we started to count our many; ings Our crops axe harvested much of the money is already jingling in our pockets; we ..are favored do -we take time to be thankful? The Warner Church is a monu- ment to true Christianity and is a loud witness to the fact that the peo- ple have riot all .forgotten the godjof their fathers. The church work 'is also progressing, and for this we. are truly thankful. A growing Sunday School meets every Sunday morning at ten o'clock. There are regular preaching services every Sunday at eleven a. m., and again at seven-thir- ty p m The Young People's Society also holds a. devotional and song ser- vice. at seven p.m. o'clock on Wednesday even- is the mid-week prayer meeting These meetings are fairly well attended and are very helpful- The Young People's Alliance meets every -Friday evening at eight. The members are at present studying the lives of great men and. women. All young people are heartily welcome to attend these meetings and to en- joy a pleasant and a profitable hour with the other young people. They .are planning to' hold a public meet- ing in. the near future. This will consist of. songs, addresses, and a general good time. Everybody will be inYitecL high moral j standard in the community. j Besides attending tq thfc church; work here in Warner. Rev. Connor or his assistant preaches every .San- day at ew Dayton and Milk River, and every two weeks at about six null's east of Milk River, and also in the homestead country. The pros pects are bright, the work is en- couraging, and we are thankful. Shall we not all, not only think of these things on October 25, but we not also give thanks for all j our blessings, both material and spi- ritual, as receive them on? by Yours very truly, A. T. Nash. HERE'S A PRETTY ROMANO! London, Sept. age pensions are responsible for a pretty country romance. The bells of the little village Keevil, in Wiltshire, willring next for the wedding of two aid age pen- sioners who were lovers fifty years ago and met again after each had been married twice. It was in the village post- office that they met once more, when the Old Age Pensions Act came. into force. The old man could not sign his pen- .sibn order and a venerable dame who happened to be in the office came to assistance. His name was famil- SOAP A BASKET FULL of clean, sweet-smelling Hnen is obtained with half the toil and half the time if Sunlight Soap is used. Sunlight shortens the day's work, but lengthens the life of your clothes. Follow directions. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for Bath or Toilet in hot weather. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. Land Sales At Spring Coulee Spring Coulee lands in great demand by actual farmers and the holdings of the Galesburg investors are being bought up rapidly. Re- cently S. M. Dudley bought the 'Shoemaker farm which adjoins the Spring Coulee station, an acreage of acres for thirty-five dollars an acre. Twelve hundred acres of the farm is improved land. The Dr. Griszel, of Galesburg, farm was sold the other day for cash. The farm contained 241 acres and one mile from the Spring Coulee station. The prices of the land sold t-His summer and fall have- from to an aero. INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Ptirniers' invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of 81.00 and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store j. A. R. ROME, Manager. Mr. and Mrs. Kinrade and Family Have Returned From Abroad Hamilton, Sept. L. and Mrs. Kinrade have returned to town and intend to take up their residence- here iar to her, and whem next pension again. This morning the father and day came around the two old folks mother and Gertrude and Earl Kin- compared notes, and discovered that rade visited the cemetery and decor- they had been half, a ated the graVe of the murdered century before. Each had married Ethel. twice since and now they are going to Mr. and Mrs. Wright are, accord- be married a third each ing to the family, touringiin the Unit other., UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG Session 1909.1910 Coxirses leading to degrees in Arts, Law, Medicine, Science, Civil and Electrical Engineering. All university lectures begin on Oct. l. Matriculation examinations will George Gould and Family 23. Particulars .regarding examinations, entrance requirements, courses of study, fees, etc., ".obtained on application to D. M. DUNCAN, Registrar of Sept. 22nd Mr. Secretary of the Al- and Moral Reform an -address in the a local league. A committee of eight was ap- pointed, be held responsible to ..the league for the proper obser- vance of the Sabbath, and the strict Enforcement of the laws pertaining liquor traffic. They will also be expected -to keep the people in- formed as to -the present laws, and help to create public sentiment in favor, of. provincial prohibition as TRIED TO CHEAT THE POST OFFICE Western Ontario Man Expressed Let- ters to Toronto to Get Cent Delivery Toronto, 'Sept. nerviest man on earth has been discovered. He lives in a town in Wellington j'County. Yesterday he expressed a j parcel containing 100 -enclos- t ing -advertising matter to the. post- master. Each letter carried a one- Scent stamp, and the modest request I was made by the sender that these j letters'be.-distributed at the drop let- i ter rates in Toronto. The letters were all sent out in the i usual way, stamped with the big' "2" j indicating that the. postage deficien- j cy was one cent and the cost of pol- j i lection an additional cent, making i three cents in all for each letter. I The express company received the parcel as advertising matter in the Should oe a season of plentiful money for ma'ny of our -people, and much of this should find its way in- to the Bank. We wish to remind all of the fa- cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting the banking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money should be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will be 3 A F E iiitil required for use. Small or large amounts may be deposited or withdrawn at any time. INCORPORATED 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEachern Manager The University ol Alberta STRATHCONA, ALBERTA New Yorkj 'Sept. '23 with his family after a abroad, Mr.. the known the best; ol, health as he discussed trade pros- pects here and abroad.' "Business is he" said, "rail-'rthe-.only .countries crops big and: going- ahead axe the, United States, market is are looking :better here than anywhere else. Ger- many is a. great; and growing cial; nation, and, Germany, Italy and .Japan. "There is a disposition abroad to :buy -our stocks and bonds, and I do j not believe-that they are parting with ordinary way and were not informed that it contained mail matter.. The postal service, instead of being out anyffehh'ing1 economical methodfe, i Matriculation Examinations. begirt September 21st. Classes open Sep- tember 28th. Courses offered leading to the B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. Teaching .will be given in 1909 in 1st, 2nd, 3rd years in Arts and 1st employed'by the sender, is_ in j and 2nd years Science. LARGER QUARTERS Calendars on application, of the University. many, although there is always some i Edmonton, Alta., Sept. trading. They have the. greatest'.faith tiations art in progress whereby eith- {Registry offices will be established in our futuure and our er Dominion Lands Offices or Land in larger quarters before winter. YOU Whether You will Take in the Excursion to the Okanagan Valley To-morrow PHONE OR WIRE us Then Arrangements can be Made for Your Transportation DELAY History repeats itself. Five years ago fruit lands in Washington State sold for to-day they sell for We sell the best fruit lands at an acre. The advance will, be more rapid. OKANAGAN FRUIT HAS WON MEDALS AGAINST THE WORLD the LETHBR1DGE-WEYBIJRN REALTY CO. i C W. COOK Successors to W. R. Dobbin Co. SOLE LETHBRIDGE AGENTS E. A. SHAftMAN Phone 122 ALLAN JACK Room 1, Southard Block ;