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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September THE LETHBRIIiGE DAILY HERALD Pane 5 SI AUPHTFR SAI SCOTCH LINOLEUMS, imported direct from Dundee, 1 arrived too late for our spring trade, a choice lot of patterns. Now for the next 10 days only it all goes at the one price, STzC per square yard, FOR CASH ONLY At the WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY, 416-13th Street North Roller Rink Tuesday, September SOfK IN OLD MARKET BUILDING Corner 4lh Avenue Band in Attendants Everybody should attend the first night of Roller Skating in Lethbridge Admission lOc Skaters 2Sc Skates Supplied Personi using their own skates will be charged regular price of. rink tkatei for use of space RALLY DAY IN LETHBRIDGE SUNDAY SCHOOLS And Gave a Fine Offering for Sunday School Ex- tension Work MOHAMMEDANS ARE .ON THE WARPATH Belgrade; Servla, Sept. force of fifty "thousand Mohammedan Al- banians, equipped T.-itli modern arins and.machine advanced today on the towns of Kllclievo, Pris- ?r three hundred of "God's Help- assembled at Knox church yes- 'lerday afternoon, lo hear Joseph P. Tracy tell of bow they might best help I their Master In tho v.-oriliig out of Hla great plan. Mr. Tracy IB eipeclally 'qualified to give EOITJQ very Valuable [hints along these lines, having !closely connected with one of the larg- :est Sunday schools in Chicago for a number of years, and his add rets wa toat although God Is capable ol .Officials several days must elapse before the Servian com- SCORED 100 Entitled to Place on the Honor a Unjque Program J. D. HIGINBOTHAM Fcr twenty-eight years continuously Superintendent of Knox Presbyterian Sunday School of troops sufficiently strong lo rteal with-lhe Albanians. with fugllfypa1 from tie" country trlcts.n-ho tell of horrible atroclli ing JJis work with His own hand, yet JHo has an exaUed place for'each one loi REORGANIZED SCHOOL RAPLDbY FALLING UP AND RALLY DAY EXERCISES WERE VERY PLEASING The recently reorganized First Ba] list Sunday school-lined up for rail day .In Gr.e shape and a most enjoy- 1 able service was held. Under the new (officers the scliool is rapidly settling down lo work, and before Christmas lit is howd to have all the classes HAD PLEASING ATTENDANCE AND A PROGRAM OF VERY SPECIAL INTEREST Westminster Methodist school hail 235 present at rally service. That wasn't the outstanding feature, hoiv- cver, because there are larger schools n the city. What Westminster organ- ized for and achieved was a hundret per cent, attendance. There were on- ly 7 of the total registration missing and they were satisfactorily account- ed for. Four were sica, trvro hai gone to other schools, anil one on duty' with-the C.P.R. As these explanations complied ivilh the. regu lations imposed by the Sunday School Times Eor its roll of honor to: the North American continent, th forward to tho work of His children. Everything In jtho was left for man anfl Mr. Tracy pointed out in an'.fnter- esiing nunnar a very conviucibg illus- tration of this assertion by cities the development ricH here In Southern alls and other articles too numerous to mention. J. A, SMITH, AUCTIONEER AUCTION SALE of FURNITURE: TO-MORROW, TUESDAY Commencing at At 1258 Sixth Avenue A. South, about two doors from Westminster Road Instructed by the oivner I will sell by public auction tho fol- lowing: 1 Extension table Dining loom thatra Kitchen chairs Two "witkCT KycRtro Chlld'n Rocker. 1 Upholstered Itocker 1: Morris Reclining Chair 3 Dressers and Stands. 2. Combination Diners i Centra tables i.l.eat Table 1. Chiffonier i Refrigerator 1 Sanitary Couch 1 ToMIng Springs 1 Drop Head Eevrlns machin JicClprj's C-hole Cook Bedspreads, sheets. 1 .Folding Go-Cart 1 Oil Store 2 Fur 2 S Ilujs 3 Toilet Sets 8 Pair of Orcy Ulankels fair tied Plush Portler Cur- tains oilcloth Houseplants Tawstry Curtains Curtains Blinds Silver Sail Set Sliver Carting Set filshts, cooking utensils, etc. 'And other articles (oo numerous to mention, NEIDIQ Auctioneer No Reaervo TERMS CASH Alberta, where only a few years ago everylfcins was'Just as left 1, gnfl wi-erc development la going to continue to perfection.1 This1 illustra- tion seemed to comu homer'.Very strongly to those Mr. Tracy saia that the thought'.that he was In such closo association, with dod in developing these plains, ja'a sourco of inspiration to him every day' and ho believed that jf each one pre- sent grasped that fdoa, alone the thought of helping at tho same time, to develop oneself and those around him, using oil his energy toward building at the each" would not only have beneflUed from the talk, but the country as a whole would beneltf from thn efforts of each, and God's plan would RO [orwardV Mr. Higinbotham, who organtzod the Su n day school n early t wen ty-efgh t years ago, spoke briefly the-pro- gress rnade during lhat long term of years, and expressed the wish and dodb- A. E. Duulop has charge of the'Adult Bible clas's, a hearty welcome will be ex- tended to all Interested in Dlble ;tudy. -The prosram at yesterday's service vas r- Childien'a by the S. School. Spencer. Virtue. E. Dunlup. Address on Sunday Sciiool Dr. "Spfnccr. Distributing Sunday school badges. Report of Stitt. K. Virtue. Address by the H. tabor. Closing Soap, by-the S. School. Spencer, certainly, held the close attention of he little" ones. Mrs. Francis, -ST., ipoVe on she threw the ine in and sure enough there was a fish on it when she pulled it out. Rev. Mr, Francis spoke on what to do with the fish, and he had a whole string, ol thein, which greatly pleas- ed "the little-ones. With the object essons forcerl home some ear- nest1 heart searching- truths, which made a' deep impression. There were couple ol "fishing choruses'1 given by little folk under the direction of Mrs. W. P. J. "Alexander, and litlle Miss Daisy :llolmes sang a solp. The roll call was by no means the least interesting feature of the afternoon. Teacher after .teacher rose and re- sorted overy scholar present and very few absent were satislactoril' accounted for. f At the. close the executive met and decided ou a six weeks' "fishing at the close of which "Visit- ors Day'1 will "he'observed and an- other special program put on. CHILDREN JOINED HEARTILY IN WHAT PROVED TO BE AN IN- SP1RINO .SERVICE Fifth Avenue. N'ortfi liaptist church ]'s.a mission yet, but it is an effici ent.'one and tiic interest, in the Sun- (lay'school is otic of the best prom- ises for (he future of the church There was a full representation o1 the.scholars at the afternoon service, which and inspir- conviction that future advancement j jay- was gjvttl f0 Sunday would bo as ploasing. The secretary, Mr. gave tho figures of the clay, which Showed, as Mr. Oliver remarked, that progress de ponded on the scholars Tho mark aimed at for and there were Just 310 present The local collection to while '.he self-denial collection In aid of general work was making a total of which was a "very gratifying surprise to everyone, The morrjinc service was a_cpnEre- galloual sally, and Judging from the at- tendance the at Knox', Is going Range n Bed Steads, springs, and forward stronger than ever .before, and the pastor and workers nro lo be congmlulaled on their fire A. 0. Cameron preached strong vigorous sermons both at Hie. morn- ing and evening services. At the ev- ening servici (here. re- presentative gathering of young pie, and tkcr listened earnestly splendid address on "The Chosen Gon- tfatlon'1 the A Llmi) of Law 11. H. Gitchrlst, one of the rising young barristers of spent Saturday afternoon ID the city 'with KiNG GEORGE ADDRESSED THE GENERAL STAFF Ixjnflon, Sept. George, ad- dreFsing the general staff at the. man- oeuvres at Atdershot, said: "I am delighted to welcome the of- ficers of four of the nine Overseas OCH nt'-iions. 1 trust they have derive3 both a pleasure and a profit from their association with the troops of IhtJ Country.. I am convince that gcoil atrides are heing rriade'fn practical training In all ranks, and have been greatly ImpresEed keenness displayed, both in the bat- leavcs a_ wife and two sons. lie was racks and in the field, a son of James Smith, sheriff of the Mectlvely, io achieve a high standard of county. professional skill." DEPUTY SHERIFF SMITH DEAD Onl., Sept. Smith, deputy sheriff of Well and county, died very suddenly here. He ROBERT.JOHNSON DEAD Brampton, QnL, Sept. death tcoic place here last week of 60 years, lie was born in Caledon. In. 1000 he was elected Conservative" representative of Card- well In .the House of Commons, but In' the redistribution changes in 1903 Cardwell was wiped off the map, and ho roll red. Y ou re sure its if pure you get it from us The most modern "and sanitary equipment la the eay olhers. A PHONE MESSAGE WILL BRING US Rural 114 It costs money to talk to you BUT WE HAVE SOMETHING IMPORTANT TO TO] OUR INTEREST AND YOURS TO BE ABLE TO SUPPLY YOU WITH PURE MILK AND CREAM TO PLEASE YOU. school thoughl, ami the popular pas tor, Kev.-H. Klraer Clreen, excelled in the attractiveness of bis j addresses. At the morning service there was a children's choir, and be-! sides an anthem, there were solos Johnny Fiddls, find Flora Cain. 'Mr. Green spoke on "Having An which held the children interested. The afternoon program cons'sled ct song hy the primary class; rolo, Johnny J'irldis solo, Flora Ca'n song, clnss j reading, Mil- dreil Little, and a bright address by the pastor. The motto will be, "fratch Filth Ave.j S.1 8. Lmliyes tlieir purpose To the Housewife: Do you REALIZE that winter is almost here! Now is the time to have your BLANK- ETS all washed. We are prepared to turn them out CLEAN and SOFT and FLUFFY like new. Let us have them NOW. Lethbridge Lauridry Company Phone 451 LIMITED C. S, FARROW, ;