Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
NDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. T91.ri TH'13 LET'HBRIDCE DAILY PAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE WE SELL FOR CASH With Thanksgiving So Near At Hand oparlnienl lire In tho h .klrts, New llala. ixew n[ k.CH Vhank.0lv nl rush of the Lot few days, you get belter attention and juarantee the fit. Suits, Coats and Skirts utyics oi Mm urason. nil uliariiftlerlacd by A Lovely Range of Coats SI h-ivi" specialized tills season iii small -women's sizes anil irirp wom'c-iV si7.cs, anil find Hip large women especially most. pprcciaUi" at 'seeing n pood si.icclion of styles and-colon, to tit ncrfectly and via have not by any moans skimped ou reRU- riVes for stocks arc larger nnil better assorted than tlhey Unvo iren 'for some seasons pusl. And whether you have set your irico of a garnionl nl a lira re or low. wo ma jrire tlie largest selections in Alhorta lo meel your demands. Handsome New Suits 517.50 VII I IIP medium prines--527.50 to undoubtedly the best'we have over had to show at tho monny. with tile higher iirlrctl lines correspondingly superior. Choviols and storm serges ie very popular shown in the new shades of blues, greens, also Mack. Military ami acini-military styles aro In strong evidence, lill ported riilhiK and beautifully lailored. NEW -TRIMMED HATS- 55.00 to S8.50 attract I ve, lit1- models at. ihe risk hats ami other leading makes, in a lovely se- .ection of new styles and col- >rs. NEW TAILORED SKIRTS S6.50 to 510.00 New pleats, flares and ruftlod effects in voiles, silks, cheviots and splendidly se- !oi in up to 30 inch Made by Clergy For The Local HomeGuard TELEPHONE 601 .Mr. and M spending a few rs. A. Dinilop Calgary Miss Leslie I'rouil, "i Mack-oil, was a week-end guest with Mrs. L. M. .lohnslone. The Junior Sunbeams are asked In meet tomorrow atU-imwn at Illver- vicw and tin- Senior Sunbeams on Weiincsrtay afternoon. _ .Mis. I'cUerly's anil Mrs. Stacey's sections of the Wcsl will meet for sewi Heri Cross rooms u oon. Ladies' t-, at the Red omorrcnv attcr- Mr and Mrs. W. II. Blair nave re- lumed 'to their home in Moose .law, Sask., alter spending a pleasant holi- day at the home ol Ml. and Mrs. A. W.' Kclgar, Sixth Si. s. Tlirmigli (lie clerRV nf '.he dtv UIR following appeal was made vi'sienlay on lieiiuir of Ihe Unmc (inanl of LeMihvidgf It is UUP that we in luive done except JunaJh w'Hl both in] contributions of men and monev, 101 i thft cause of our country, it is alsu j trim that we men in LethbrldKc have I not bv any means mot our M.I ic- _____ sponsihility in the matter nt im-al military train ing. Wvcry mail in the I'ily, no mallei what his station in life or society, .viiould willing ami eager tc the Lethbridgc Mooie (Juanl, t.. all 'he can to fit himself to U- in measure at least prepared iVj III do! About big Battle Lumlou. fo emergency that tuny anue, lie should be willing to sacrifice a little r-f his! own convenience for thin Huruosr Hii'ij newsHaiMT." if Lhc matter is looked at in Uns' dispatch of Sn spirit ol duly and sacrifice, th shoulil he a much larger turnout at the Home fiuard drills cverv Monday and Friday evenings, in a eitv the size ,lf LeUlhridgc. not less than 1001! I men should answer ihe. roll call. and Mrs. C. K. P. Conybeacej -Mcll who fre! that have received a cable irnm their soni (.amioi enlist lor acl Bluer, stating that he has received a, gel and do mor lieutenant's coniniiss than yon .SHUT the laami .John French, last in Jin11 t except luu m i s j oii.cia! French report. urc rt'limim; of censor-hip. i-onU-ml it wfiulrl lie helpful tu IT- milting ami ilml r.l.Mivrs nf the front arc lo mon> ini'oi-: i-OllCt'l'DUlL' tllCIT ill'hifM'- doing to obtain the necessary e in the Iflth Surrey Regiment, hunt-rial Army. j training- for home defence, there is; established right here in I.ethbridge Any iirls from 10 to M vcars who most Home Guard tirgan- arci going to join the aflcrnuon class- i jj, es at the Y.'.M.-C. A. are asked to we please give tlieir names to Mrs. Craig. 621 8th strcsl not later tlian' Canada, hut nnly 2011: need 800 more at once, you join rilher as an ac-! tivc or honorary member The member. e nin Tuesday. is net hard, it 'is easily learnctl anil j PUPILS WIN STRATHCONA TRUST; affords invaluable physical training- The officers and teachers 01 ils racrabers, besides TRANSF'-RR- In this Column Will be Published Every Mooday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach his office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- alnments for which Admission it Charged will not, of course, bs accept- :d for this column. _______ At Knox 'he Westminster Guild will hold Ir regular meeting tonight In the .ement of the church. The meet- will take the form of a social. A nl program of vocal and musical Actions has been prepared. All I young people of the church are ilially invited to be present.- jhere vvill he no prayer service i week. Tho mid-u-eek service will !helil on .Friday evening prepura- I- 10 ihe communion service tlmt i'l he held next Sunday morning. e session will riioet immediately er this service in their regular nthly meeting1. :boir practice will be held as usual Friday St. Andrew's senior Christian Endeavor So- ty will meet tonight in the church lead of tomorrow night as usual. bject. "Shields against Tempta- Hie Onward Bible class will meet Wednesday evening. The election 'officers and other Important busl- ;s will he held at this meeting, and Country" at next Sunday evening's service; Westminster The Ep worth League will meet to- night. 'Mr. March -will give an ad- dress on Social Service. The Willard W. C. T. U. arc giving a. social fn Westminster church to- morrow evening, A vocal and instru- mental program will ne given, and home cooking sold. The proceeds given to the Traveller's Aid fund. The resular mid-week prayer ser- vice will be held on Wednesday even- ing. The 4ln topic, "With Jesus in the will he ihe subject. The intermediate ami junior depart- ments of the Sunday school are hold- ing a social on Thursday evening. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet i Friday afternoon (fu the church parlors. Friday evening the usual choir practice will bo held. The Adult Bible class will meet In the parsonage on Sunday afternoon at 2.45 In the future. Baptist The usual mid-week service will bo 11 he held ai tins L..W-----.....- members are requested to be [teld on Wednesday evening. Choir practice on Friday evening. L 2nt. friday Ihe intermediate Christian Society will meet at i "lock. Women's Missionary Society .1 meet at the home of Mrs. Marls- n (Ith Ave. A, at o'clock. At Wesley i'he TSpworlli League will meet to- In the Wesley Hall at 8 o'clock, e feature of Ihe meeting will 'be a nate on "Resolved, that the United lies should declare war oa Ger- iny" The speakers will he: D. bbledick and .1. A. Livingstone, at- (native; E. B. Chandler and H; Imllton, negative. There will ho musical numbers and good program. All the young peo- i of the church are given a cordial 'Ration to 'he present at. the raeet- A good time assured to all. fho subject for the mid--vveek ser- 'o to be held, on Wednesday cven- is "Jesus' Interest in unlikely He Ladies' Aid will hold im- ftant business meeting on Wednes- y nfternoon at three o'clock. All i ladies are invited. The Women's Missionary Society II hold their regular monthly nieet- j on Tlinrsday evening at eight dock. T.he meeting wilt be open to 'the ladies, and new members will i received into the society. The pastor will visit on Tuesday Christian Church Christian Endeavor banquet to- night at the church, 8 o'clock sharp. Prayer meeting Wednesday even- ing at 8 o'clock. Meeting of ail church memfbers and friends at close of prayer meeting. Important inusiness to bo decided Rally Day was observed in nearly Rll Utt churches in thc city yester- day morning, and in sonic instances throughout the entire, day. The Rally Day SOL vices were made, uniform throughout Canada, and Special or-. tiers of services were received in the j Wesley and Presbyterian churches of thc city, At Knox Over iihree. hundred pupils of the Sunday school occupied the central [eruoon on 14th AV lllrsday afternoon in jilge. hev. Mr. Cobhlcdick w Jin-chill's new hook, S. and on North Leth- 111 preach on "Tho Far dier, if you cannot enlist in the over- AIRMEN IN CLOUDS CELEBRATE VICTORY Paris, Sept. oue Iioint in the environs of Paris, yesterday, 120 aeroplanes went into the air on a spontaneous demonstration of joy over the victories for the arras of the Allies to the north and north- east. One airman after anoth- er rose, waving the tri-color, until 120 machines were man- oeuvring. The proceeds are lo be dcvot-d the Travellers' Ajd The Willard C. T. I', are hold- ing a social in Westminster church tomorrow evening. A good program of vocal and instrumental selections will be given. Refreshments will be served. A large amount of home cooking will be sold. Any one desir- ous of helping the fund, may donate, home cooking. A direction will taken, which will go in the aid the Travellers' Aid fund. Lectured On The ue. At, high mass in the morning e he i Mr. Sheran lectured on the virtues of u, The grounds of ,lhe R. N. W. M. P. barracks presented a very festive ap- pearance on Saturday, when a garden of-the great discoverer I Christopher Columbus. i nut the supreme virtue in the char- iicter of this great moral _____, the Slrath- cona trust prize, taking thc prize of for the school year ending' 'June 2fith lai.i. This division was taught by Mr. H. S. Shields, now principal oJ the Hifih school. j j At a meeting of the Sunshine So- 'Iciety this week it was decided to! I wind up the business of that bnily. i Hereafter the Imperial Order UauKb-j Rev-! ters of the ICmpire will look after distribution of goods CLAUDE HUGHES (Pupil ol Senior Gustave Gar- cia of the Royal Academy of Music, London, England) Lessons in Singing. Piano, The- ory, Ear Training. Candidates prt'iiarrtl t'nr tile Ex- ams of the Hoyai Academy of Milb-lc, Uo.val College of Music, London, Kngland: Toronto Con- servatory of Music, and McGlll University, Montreal. 1205 6th AVENUE SOUTH. courage which for allied Cohtmbu to hold out against of convenor of Ihe committee in charge and was assisted by Mrs. E. H. Wilson. An American was held on all the courts in the neighborhood of the barracks, under the direction of Mr. A. ft. Oliver and Mr. ti. H. Harmon. There were over seventv entiles in this event and at' the conclusion of the games it Mr. M. S. the largest number of points were closely followed by Miss Dixon and Mr. W.' K. N'ewcpm'h. For those nor inclined .._ there was a clock golf tournameit Mr H. '_ _.. Mr. an earnest 'appeal to "enlist" in the greatest army on earth. He gav'e dif- ferent reasons. He compared the army of the British, pointing out that it was entirely voluntarily and that there were many hardships to endure. Christ accepts all who offniv there are none rejected. The uotk of. the soldiers was lo destroy the works of evil, in their own hearts, and in the world, and to build up the King- don, of God. At Wesley At the morning service Rev. Mr. Cohbledick. spoke on "Growing Peo- ple" and presented certificates to members of the Young Worshippers' League. The Bible schqol rally program was entirely unique' and reflected great credit on the superintendent, Mr. R. W. Guess and his assistants. Among cessiiii in winning the. the Features was Trumpeter Frank _ Humphries, the salute to the Union Jack and the Christian conquest flags, reading from the White Book by the Secretary ol War, Living- stone, singing led by Captain Fetter- ly, promotions, by divisional super- intendents, and presentation of dip- lomas and V.C.'s and D.S.O.'s at the council of war. Major General .1. H. Rivers spoke on "Recruits" and Field Marshall Rev. Cobbledick on "Offic- ers." Chief of Staff Ouess stated that the school had added fifty new books to the library and had formed a work- er's library with twenty books. The regiment would drill every Sunday at p.m. and thc ranks were open to recruits. Baptiit Rally day was observed also in the Viral Baptist church and a large turnout of the Sunday school attend- ed church in the morning. In the evening, Mr. J, 0. Smith 'gave fete was the Ale.ande? Gait; the prejudices _and tbe__ Ignorance Chapter, 1.0.D.13. to raise money to provide tobacco for the Tommies in the trenches. Mrs. L. M. JohiiEtone if the Presbyterian church for tha text two weeks. Taken to Nelson I .lames Ellis, the "Diamond Charles Le Duke, who escaped from i the city prison by sawing the bars oi his cell Chris. Richardson, who was sentenced to thirty days for stealing wood br the wagon load, and Hugh I'lthk this week the sum of MS was i jfcGjil.' charged' with the murder of of America, Of the city and district. He pointed mue m- Kingsgate has forwarded a naniher of art il .-s to Cranbrook to assist Red Cross work, u held tournament iiiiieu i_'iMiimima yank wceif tne sum 01 McGill charged wuli one IHUHICL ui the prejudices anil the Ignorance of; [or thc overseas Tobacco salnufj viatson, wore taken to Nel- his age, until Queen Isabella and practically everybody in tne Constable Collins. Franciscans came.to his assistance something towards the i Or mcil are held on crim- aml equipped hta for his amous yoy- s aw, wiu d b [oro age oi discovery. T'he dominant pas- sion of his life, -according to his fam- ous biographer, Washington Irving, was love of religion religious feel- was IOVB ui icuKiuii i ing from his earliest youth governed hi, .thoiiBhf. and action mmeled dent, Mr his every thought and action iningl with every deed and endeavor throughout the whole length of his ,je bc call. e ed like the prophets of old not only inai charges and will appear before i meeting of the St. .John the assizes which meet at Fcrnie. on the October 18th, Sherwood Herchmcr, ot i that been named as crown Honorary presi-! iirosewit'or. Another Cranbrook case iing president, come before the assizes is that of .cc-'nrcsidcni. Missi A. A. Johnson charnccl with having Eccrctary-troastir-ljiijr.il connection with a girl of ten- biilance Association last evening following officers were elected .Miss M. Christie M. 10. Patlersn er'. Miss II. Harrison executive com-; years. rail ten, Miss A. Woodland ffSffifift aW-SftS i .Tilulf Hive, and On" Saturday at thc Presbyterian manse John Christiansen Forcsettcr, Irene Lil- __ri i the heathen hords who were dwelling in far Cathay. It was for this pur- pose that Columbus sailed westward for a! 'interesting lecture on "The Second Coming of Christ" to a large Ild> "ds ot held in West- portion of flic church at the morning rally day service. The special order of service that was sent out by the General Assembly of the Presbyter- ian church in Canada, was observed. It1 consisted of reading the scripture with answers in .unison. The subject throughout was "Enlisting" in the service of Christ. The occasion was also that of the celebration oi the 30th anniversary of tho founding of the school by Mr. J. lliginhotham, who is the pres- ent superintendent. Rev. Mr. Dcnoon preached an In- spiring sermon to the children on "Knllsling." There arc several rea- sons for enlisting in the present Bri- tish army because the empire is fighting for a cause, and our King and Country needs us. It is-more so with thc great army of Jesus The. cause is the best, the rewards ate great, and He needs us. St. Andrew's SI. Andrew's church was filled yes-, terday morning at the rally day ser- vices.' A good attendance o! the mem- bers of Hie Sunday school marked the The order of service was Ihe. minster, it being postponed until the third Sunday in October. Men Taken Out of Ranks of Jobless by War Ottawa. Sept. to the labi'.r department this fall indicate that unemployment has been consid- erably relieved as compared with last fall. The outlook'for the coming win- ter is considerably brighter than it was this time last fall. Several causes, til directly due to the war, have combined to brin; about this betterment. Upwards ing of supported by the Wonic mechanics ao men are now under arms and overnment. have, been taken to Kngland ior manufacturing war munitions there. Approximately Italians, Servians, Russians and have left to join the al- lied armies. About Gentians and Austro-llnnganans arc interned or biive left the country, 'ami it is es- limateil that men are. now en- in Canada on war orders. This ineans'n total of 230, Omi men provid-. under the supervision of Mr. H. Don- nan. At this interesting game Mr. and Mrs. W. Buchanan were suc- cessful in winning the. first prizes and the sscond prizes went to Mrs. H. J. Goorte and Mrs. E. H. Wilson. Tea was served in a decorated with asparagus fern and mountain ash herries. Mrs. De Veber and Mrs. Downer poured tea, Mrs. H. J. Goode served the ice cream and a committee composed of Mrs. B. N. Higinbotham, Mrs. Meech, Mrs. Shep- herd, Miss Boles and Mrs. B. A. Evert, the convenor, waited on the tables, which were decorated with roses and ferns. Next to the tea tent was a mar- quee, where a Pierrot Show drew crowds of people. Here Misses Bessie and Minnie Hazell, Helena Simpson and Messrs. Waddington, Rose, Har- ris and Smith, with Mrs. Waddington as accompanist, delighted their audi- ences with their rendcrins of popular music and comic songs. j The verandah of Supt. Pennefather s residence was very gay with flags and-bunting and here were the luarters oi the cigarette sellers, j ower girls and vivandieres who sold vandy. Mrs. f5- H. Wilson was hi i charge of the flowers and cigarettes] and was assisted by Mrs. Staraes, Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Brymner and a j number of young girls. Miss Bawden, was in charge of thc stall of home- made candy, assisted by Miss Down- er. In the evening two were given by tlie Pierrots and aj dance was held in the mess room, which had been gaily decorated with flao-s and hunting. During the course I of the evening Mrs. Pennefather pre- sented the handsome prizes, which had been donated to the first and second prize-winners in the tennis and golf tournaments. Immediately after- wards tliree rousing cheers and a ti- ccr were given for Supt. and Mrs. Pennefather, through whose kindness th2 fete had been given. Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. .W. Scott and'Mrs. Hardie look- ed after the supper, which was serv- ed aflcr the eighlh dance. The entire proceeds are not known as yet., hut it is certain that there will be .1 goodly sum to spend on tobacco and smokes for the brave si'diers. MAN AND WIFE CANDIDATES New Rochelle, N.Y., Sept. and Mrs. Herman Kobbe of New Ro- cheHe will both be candidates on the Socialist tleket at the coming elec- tion. Mrs. Kobbe several days ago announced her candidacy for super- visor in the second ward, and today friends of Mr. Kobbe let it be known that he will be a candidate for mayor on the same ticket. lian jl'rosscr, also of Uull River, were of the Canadian Bank united in marriage by the Rev. Cross work. of Commerce staff, has been transfer- red to London, England, and will leave for his now location Saturday. Mr McKwcn has been connected with the Cranhroo'k branch for a number e of years, and has been one of Cran- brobk's leading sports, particularly in the tennis field. His position being filled by Mr. Williamson, 1C. Thomson. The manse was e manse wa the scene of a pretty wedding yesterday when the. Rev. K. Thomson united in mar- riage, Frank Egen Robertson, elec- 1C lilt nut" Vancouver, who has arrived ,n rage, trician, of Loco, and Miss Ethel May Adam, ol the same place. farewell tea was given at the lijhome of Mrs. ,1. F. Smith Tuesday tli6 j in honoc of Mrs. R. S. I is leaving Saturday for KevelslOKe vo Her W SlepliMis is leaving the! join her husband, who has secured a la teV end of the week for Coleman, lucrative position on the start of tho Mbefta where he will fill the pulpit' Mail-Herald in that city. service Ihe order ol service was inr.. im-unc, ,i rcKiilnr service as sent out by the-, cd lor who might otherwise have ROiic Presbyterian church in Canada. Rev. lo swell the ranks of the unAiiploy- Mr Ilryan spoke at the servici- and ccl. The call for harvest help has al- inspired his large congicgation with so contributed to amelioration. WINNIPEG OLD-TIMER DEAD Winnipeg. Man.. Sept. Alexan- der Mcfiae, father ol Winnipeg's former chief of police, now sloner of .Manitoba provincial police, died Ibis afternoon at the age of 83. Deceased fell downstairs a month ago and Ibn shock the direct cause of I hi: death. 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