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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta V Hajni'day, September 28, THE r; DAILY IIEItALW Page 11 ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR That Is they crv Tor tho bread, calce and pie that is baked with this dellghttul flour. They know from experience how light, flaky and tasty the bread or Is when baked with It. Give the kiddles all they want. It is the healthiest and moat pleasing flour on the market. GET A SACK TODAY Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH Off Ic., 1284 EDITED BY PHONII: CHURCH SERVICES ST. ANDREW'S loth and 7th avenue north. Sunday services at 11 and 7.30 p.m.. j William Dewar will preach. Sunday school at, 5 IJ.IH. All arc wel- come, .FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Bank block. II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Subject "Reality." evening testimony meet- 8 p.m.' The reading room is open to everyone every day from 3 J i m. Everyone is cordially to attend. .Minister. V G. Cameron. Children's Day. Ben ice at '11 a.m., to which all par- ents and friends of the school are in- vited Subject of address, "Sowing aad helping." In the evening, begin- ning at 7.25, the first of a series of Tntffathlj musical services will be giv- The choir 'will render excerpts fiojfe Caul's "Holy City." Soloists, Lumhard nnd Si mm and "Uefeis Fleming and MacGougan, Stringers and visitors in the city al- ways welcome. WESTMINSTER CHURCH (ins- Joseph AVoodsworth pfistor, will occupy the pulpit at both sei ices, 1J ;i.m: and jum Sun- tchool and Bible class 3_p.m. All are heartily'welcome. ST. PAUL'S FIRST At the home of itev. C. Grant, 1509 lith avenue south. Sunday, Sept. s p.m. Regular monthly ineet- .ing 'of League, Thursday, 3 pm ner Second Ave. and 8th St., Rev. ,1. E. Mwrrel-Wright, rector. Holy Communion every Sunday S a.m. and on the first Sunday of the month at the eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m.- Sunday school 2. p.m. Even- song 7.30 p.m. GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH- .EHANr-Scrviccs will ho held at 710 10th St., North Lcthhridfco, at 10.30 a.m., and will be conducted br the j Rev. 0. A. Ciroth in the German Ian-j guagc. The German speaking populace is cordially invited. THE BEREAiX BIULE SCHOOL is held everv Sunday at 3 p.m. at 512 5th street.- south. A cordial invitation is extended to both Tho Night is mother of I lie Day, The Winter of the Spring, And over 'upon old.Decay The greenest mosses cling. Behind the cloud the starlight lurks, Through showers the sunbeams fall Kor God who loveth all his His left Ills Hope Mi all -Unit tier 4 Mr JJ B of UKJ (ill stiff leaves the j first of :iiionth for Calgary, where he has secured d government inspectorship Dr. F. H. Mewbarn and.Miss bum returned on Thursday "from '.a short trip to the const. Mrs. John A. Mackay and ;laugh- j ier, Flora, left t.his afternoon I few weeks' visit with Calgary, ami Dowden friends. n Mrs. W. Lewis, Miss Lewis; and Mr G lewis It ft todav to v.'ith Uanlstoii. and for Mrs. a few, days. -of sitlon of the Hindus and thus give them ji better, chance to receive the blessings of. Clirtstianity Kei Wilkie it, tliL f ilhtr of Mr J 13 of this citj Air and Air1. announce the engagement of their second daugh' tci Constancy, to Mr Carl Lundgrcn of Coeur d Aluic Tdaho the wed ding to takL pi ice m Octobti McD Tait of Runiond was numcd icslerdaj at Welleslej Out id Miss EiTa Kobertson. They will in the for iboul ten after and Mrs. Tail will ledVL for the Uesl Air Tail is de- sirous of getting back tor the Drj- I arming congrfss, hut IK, it not quite suie whether he will le able to do so. Mrs. J. 0." Hahrahan and Miss Gcn- evievc Hahrahan will arrive home on Moiidij from a two weeks MS it in IIclLni Mont ina Mi ind Mis C I HoUon are en tertan iifg mfornnllv in their new foi HOI c home m the iddition this eun iboul the, mb Ahotit foil} fiu h been bid (ien to cards ind dancing Di leggatt who has been llr P Ui Mew burns issistant time expects to le 11 ninth of fht montli foi Rigim he will practise. Mi tJ Walker m linger of Hit Mrs P L Mismitb lervps on MOT (Unittd IjpcwiHei Co of Calpun to loin "Mi Naismith it Braemar n guest with Mr R McCltl "Mrs Naisinth will land manager of the I mled Ijpe return shoiLH to maKe arrangements Co of LeUibndge regarding then fmil departure torj Calgirj where intend to reside old and young to attend this school. trophies were won by A special invitation is given to any; Mrs. c. F. p. Conybeate, Mr. J. 0. for the present. Mrs. E. 11. Wilson entertained at a seven table bridge last evening. The Mrs. Starnes, Tlf 01 Gul mart to Mr E S I i civil bnglneer'bf Tabcr, will be cele- brated in St. Theodore's church. Tab- er, on.Thursday, October 3rd. The young couple will reside in Taher. persons, who have beeu connected with churches of Christ (Disciples) CHURCH Services in Caledonian Hall SIS 7th St., south, at 11 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Sunday school at JO.30 a.m. A wel- come to all. Wilson and Air. Uonnan. Engagements .of interest to Cana- i tlians recently., announced in London A pleasant surprise party was. held are those fo'i Shackletoii, at thR home pf Mrs. Lackcnhy, Nine-; sister of Sir Ernest SbacMcton, the teenth St., N-, last evening. The intrepid explorer, to ain Edmund gnests enjoyed an address by Mrs. George Longley on her trip through votrr Fit, Style, Tailor- ing, arc cardinal principles Avliicli1 distinguish .the overonnts that make-up an important feature of our Men's Clothing Pcpsirtincnfc this fall. If roil to'slep right into the ove.rcoat of the newest every little detail of fine tailoring carried out jusl as it should he, it's hero, for tho overcoats we are showing Tor this season rival the ex- clusive tailor's productions in croiy detail, even to fabrics; styles arc the laicst and fabrics the newest. It doe'0i't: matter Vliat filiayq or size, or kiiid of man you are, if you are an overcoat seeker, you will find what you're looking for here. The. most careful attention has been paid to quality and you can't beat the price. fn finest English and Scotch Tweeds with coavcHible in popular shades of tan and gray; also it 4 A COfl heather mixtures; Prices range I w in host quality heaver cloths In Chesterfield Style with- velvet collaiy. An exceptionally smart coat CIO to 4h I ft for city wear; Prices range from......... I C lw I O The Hudson's Bay Go; disposi- Don't begin the day blue in spirit, Don't grumble, look cross, anil rise ill-tempered irritability is one oi the unpardonable sins. Don't fail to see the good qualities Canada. A nunsker of pleasing gram-i C.JS.j'-p't v j i oiihone selections were "given, and an'man, 'younger" daughter' of Henry i DONTSFOR WOMEN 'I [Garnet ShadholtV'bf Harcsfield, Dlou-j Miss Russell, oi Mulland, who has cestershire oi Dorothy been a guest with Miss Phyllis Hig-j Catherine, daughter pi vSir Henry believing thai there is no luck for inbotham, left this morning to re-; Grey, of EnrtvUle hall, Stourbrldge, you at either cud "of ilie road. slime her studies at Toronto univer-l to Mr. John Eric .Lloyd, third son of sity. Mr.'John SeigMonl ranch, Midnapore, Alia. Hev. C. H- Popham and his moth- er, Popham, returned last night Vancouver at high noon, a very pretty wedding took place on the south bound train, the I Tomorrow will he observed asKal-i To look for judgment experi- Henry IJiietzckeV of .Montreal, son travelling in a suit of green ly day by Wesley Sunday school. Tbe ence'in youth, the, late" Mr. Henry Brietzcke, F.U J broadcloth, and white Deaver hat. I'drcorations of flowers, Hags and bunt-j router daughter of Hcnrv carry willi them I ing are vorv elaborate and pretty, i Stlkeinan, Of Montreal, to Mr. Leslie the best of the work 01' thti youns ladlCS and They may nave from a week's visit in Calgary. Finn AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, of Vour mMghhors. (orner rth avenue and 18th street I r.lulls 1ml IIIVP -mod noints He. C B. McKinnon, pastor. 'uV_ ml, rnoudi lo! MrS' R' S' Smitllp OIent'Ig nnd 7 JO p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m.j i entertained a few friends informally meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. SCC m" j at a tea hour yesterday in honor of Uioir practice, Thursday S p.m. All) affcct youth. Every age has' her guests, Mrs. Drick, sr., Mrs. A. urc -eVome. j own individual charm, nnd Hues rjj0k and Mrs. Howard Dick, of THUlSrADELPHIANS At 1257 j in the face do not always mean ugli- Calvary. at the home of (he bride's parents, Mr. I Mrs. D. M. iUcKinley, of Ji3l Broad- best wishes oi a host of friends, j the work or the young River Times. the young men's class A specially _. ___ __! interesting program has arrang- ed, and a cordial invitation .is ex- tended tlic public to attend this at-1 ternoon session Clubs and Societies The Salvation Army is holding ser-j vices at nnd p.m. to-j morrow in the Bijou Theatre. The Flower Guild visited the Gait hospital yesterday afternoon and dis- trifcuted flowers to the ward patients. Of Interest to Women way west, Vancouver, when Miss Hil- j The Guild is very grateful for dona- da Harris was married to Mr. Stanley tions from F: A. Buchanan, of Grassy Lake, Alta. j tyre and Mrs. J. F. Hamilton. Tbe bride becomingly attired j in a travelling dress of grey cloth f with a hat c-f bliick solnlr. She wore Soiiielioily has condensed the mis- takes of Hie and arrived at the con- clusion thai there arc fourteen ot them, says an exchange. Most peo- very grateful for dona-, ple wouW's.1Vj if t.hcv tha truth, 'rache Bros., Mrs. Mcln- lhal. there was no limit to the. mis- j The Westminster Guild of Knos takes of life that they were like the drops in the ocean or the sands on the shore in number, but-it is well to thej church will open the season on Moil-j bo accurate. .Here, then, are the four- social to which 8th avenue A, every Sunday afternoon To endeavor to mold all j tions alike. To yield to iminii'cedal trifles. To look'for perfection in our own actions. To worry ourselves and others with what cannot he remedied. Xot to alleviate all that needs alle- viation as far as it is in power. Not to make allowance for in- firmities of others. To consider everything impossible that we cannot perform. To believe only what our finite minds can grasp. To-pxpect to be able to understand everything The greatest to liye.fnr tiaie alone, when any moment may? launch us into eternity. p.m. in Morris Theatre. The pastor I V C. ..Watson, B. A, will preach 1 oth morning and evening. Strangers 1 invited. S T FIJIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLI- 8th avenue and llth vtreet, lluv. Canon McMillan, rector. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Communion S.30 ii.m. on the first and third Sundays and at the 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sun- days. Matins 11 a.m. Baptism 4 p.m, Evensong ?-30 l'-m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY 0. E. .Hall, 10th St. S., near Y. AI. C. A. a.m. Officers and teachers meet- ing; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop B. S. Young, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone GS5. ST. AUGUSTINE It is oh Top Every Time! Supreme. ell others in qual- ity 'T-J merit alone .to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him. ns other people. j nel dances given by the Tennis club-I tour in the south followed by the Don't make yourself a troublesome during the summer months, was! good wishes of the guests who were visitor. Don't contradict or be over- brought to a fitting close last even- all close friends of tho bride, assertive. Repress your opinions what proved to te- possitly sometimes. Remember, your ideas the most enjoyable of all the dances, not everyone else's. airs. L. G. Vcber aod Mrs. IT. D- Williamson were the patronesses. MRS. McMANlGAL SEEKS ALIMONY Chicago, Sept. Emma lie- Mnnigal, wife of O.E. -McManigal, con- fessed dynamiter, and assistant, to the McNamara .brothers, has filed suit for separate maintenance. A year ago siie filed a .suit for divorce, which a 21 years oltl, is a cousin of the The Broivn Betty Tea Room Corner smd Fifth Street South Open Daily II a.ra. C p.m. AFTERNOON TEAS Fresh daily in homo mciU; cako our Woiunn's FHKKMAN In the ;tpartmt.'nts of Astoria hotel, li.c of Mr. .Mrs. J. A. ;i very plc event occurred mi Wednesday of wci'k, when ihrii second daughter Lil- lian, was imimd in marriage lo Mr. Kdward II. Muck, oi Carmangay. and son cf Mr. (Jcc. K. Mack, -of High Hivcr. Tin- ceremony was celebrated at p.m. by the Kev. Dal.slcish, only relatives oi the, contracting -parties being present. Tim parlor was prettily for tho occasion with rniilax and white ros- es. The bride 'var. by her sis- ter Cerlrudi', while the groom j wcJJ aMy supported by Mr. Thomas 1 A. Mcrr'am. The bride looked rn- i UF.ually prsity in :i chsrming gown of i net over while duchies satin, itim- :iK'il vith vc.ni1 nnd carried 'S a briflnl srs, lily of (lir vallrv and pink urchids. Aft: r :i daintv Mr. and ?ihs. Mack Coaldale Block, 3O9 Fifth Street South Specials for Monday, Sept. 30 PEELER RIBBED VESTS and PANTS Made of clean I'eek'r Yarn shap- ed narrow waist. VESTS heavily flocced, lace and mercerized tape NECK shall stitch rioai, pearl but- J.on3. and covered PANTS, French band, draw siring and 2 buttons. Price each ,25c. Men's Fancy Work Shirts extension .collar band; stitched collar; they last at 25c Babies' Shoes and lilack; wliile lln-y lact 20c. Miscellaneous Hosiery, K 10c to 25c. Celluloid Collars 15c Duck Gloves, Leather tipped 15c Silk and Bows from 10 cents to 25c Automobile Batteries 25c. THE TIP TOP VEST POCKET LIGHTER i-s the smallest and sim- plest lighter made, always ready, price......... 25c LAST, BUT NOT LEAST Our Candy, usually sold nt most, stores from 25c to r.O per pound, our prkc-2Cc ;