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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TO! WHITEST, UOHmi. Offlci'Phont 1224. j'P Phone 774. not of sound cell (01 ho, that is [al.scv.to Clod, cailir hV I nil- ihir- rvcniiii; service Hie full choir will bu hi'iircl in Tinner's line aiitliein "Sim of my while Mr. Uliyml .liiin- ie'soli KiiiR solos. Tin1 choir now iiumliiTS twenty-six voices. NEVER ANY FAILURE OR DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN MAGIC BAKING POWDER 15 USED. raiio mill Wasli- ly -Itay.liy the Kirs! Baptist Sunday iMiii-lciiij, was in i In- cil-y for a few days, tlini'd home. I'iin-'tle Murray rellirn finm whuri- slit- has for somi1 xveek.s. CONTAINS NOALUM. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS, MADE IN CANADA Ai'iHoiini'oinunt li.Vf; been made ol the lOIIss Alberta lili'ir vi-nu, of Mr. 'I'niiciTdi1 Hlen- vcan, to Mi, Atoxaiiilri1 son ol Sir l.neOste, mar- rlaei1 place on SiMiten'.bci- aill'li, at jiii.1 Sacn-d Ilrarf'Chapcl ul Xoliv DU.IMI- I'hiireh, Muntmal. i. .Miss jiawilcl1. Miss (Jn-y, Miss llatdi niiiT' AllsK llarasKin visited the Clalt.i-'Hosjiilul'-.yi-stiTdtty, in Ihe in- Hie .Flower Mission, and iin-y eoidiaily Iliank Mrs. DeVeber, I-.. I'-' Conybeare, Mi-s. Kut-j innn, Mrs. Braadow and .Miss for liberal donations of the season's Sueli pioininent as Mr. V. Mel.anrin, superintendent of Tho'mas I'nderwood, of Calgary, niissiiins fur ihe Baptist i-hiirch of Aluei'la, Miss KMiinson, a returned school, wlii-ii a special program of! missionary from India, and Mr. W. j SOURS and recitations will he render-l C. .Senior, of Toronto, secretary of j the children. Five minute the Layman's .Missionary Movement dresses will be delivered liy the Rev. j of Hie Baptist church of Canada, will W. A. I.eai'itt, .Mr. Diinlon and Mr. I address I lie missionary rally, which church ridav evening next. Von i a more bread, and more loaves to the sack than other fleur. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR is made from the choices! wheat from the most select farms In Saskatchewan. A moiieybacR guarantee in every sack. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR MADE IN MOOSE JAW in V.M.C.A..eiilerlain- ,al Tlw ieachcrs of Westminster, Cen-' Invited in'ihis MtmvA wilh Mr. tral ami Kleetwood school held a ten- m. donbi, he one of the 1 cteinnari, vo- nis lournan.eni at the V. M. C, ,U r, ay evening next. A ou G courts this afternoon. Ideal weather "r lllc Wilkes Mr. Frank ffaddinglon and tin: games fhorough- i hv Miss I ones and Miss Jen- hisirlv applause .testified, was the raiswi d' etre BURY AND PRICE TO BE PROMOTED 1x1 Former to Succeed Wm. Whyte as C.P.R. Vice 1 President lSjiee.ini lo Ihe Herald.1 Hal, Alta., Sept. MO. Winnipeg report, received here today says: "IL was re- ported at tha.C. P. R. offices I-' here iodily that A. .1. Bur} a( Winnipeg will succeed WIMInni Whyte, vice president, who "reslynaljon is effective toinor- row "and that Superintendent Price, of will sue- ceed Mr. Rln-y at be In-Ill, nmrrow, of a small bridge, given by Mrs. i .Mrs. K. .Fleming, Mrs. Vroomaii ycslerdav il cliurcli u hen Hev. R. ,l'3. Ui idrawmir rooms wen -reeli, will .Moiidny .....li; lliginbothain, of New evening; Ihere will be a sale of fruits itli his brothets, and vegetables, home-made cooking ii. N. Hig'inliolh- and eand; and a KOOll program, ill- jelniiing ail address by Rev. U. K. i Finlay will he rendered. .laniicson has heen to sinjr at Miss B'roder's'I'iai'io in the llcinU'.man Recital i Caigary on October 10th. aiiri ML: Irving., extended trip Lawrence to I who down a ENGjNES COLLjDED Matlon. Mi., Soivi. west- bound .passenger train A'o. 21 on th-. Big Four was at the station this even iiig with tii-3 enyine across tile' II- jliiotj Central truoliy, it was stl'iiek an Illinois Central train 1 h Rig Four engine was turn d pin li'ing the engineer and fireman be- nentll il. Engineer Sampson of this eity was when remo'yed a lyreck'ing train crew and his file inan hurt arc ex-peeled in the city In-, toiniifiow and will reside on :tt St. choir of Knox elnircli will np- n for tlte first time at .'rvitfs tomorrow. The vcsi.- art- bku'k ivil.li collar iworlar, boards are lo lie will npaiu re- iijj yon of Hie aiuiuol Siipper. of Vey cliuicli on Monday wtiijii dclcbtable goodies of cv- cHcripfion will be served. Moinc- cookinj; will" make this supper worth iitlendinr WliitnRi', of How I.slund, ar- iri Meilicinc Hat with her son ilaushlcr, the boy leaving on HV night's train for Trinity Col !Jori Mrs. Whitney pro-. 1 on Tnt'silay from Medicine Hat Mi I ibU to placi lici in St i illLgt Igan Mitliunc COWAN'S PEIFECTION COCOA Cowan's seems to hit the right spot. It is a great food for husky youngr ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious afiernonn. enhanced hv cliistcrs of inulti-eolorcd a.sier.s rragrmit svvcel yens. BriiUr was in play at four tables, the lovely tro- phy being won hy Mrs. Anilurson. In Ihe fiiiRsi liiit Springle, i ton i Airs. Haile.v wpi'e the accoiu- nani.its ol Ihe evening. Rev. T. -P Hear Mr. Cong; The Sin, ressmn Mrs. Ainlifosp, Mrs. Ilillis, Airs. Wilson, .Mrs: Mrs. yiiaiv, Jli-s! Mrs. .Johns- tone, Mis MeNicol, Mrs Kitchic, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Uiicbanan, Mrs. Lindsay-, -Mrs: Mrs! Ander- son, Mrs. Agnew, Mrs- SoaMe and Miss Patteson...." Tlio C. U, met in. She lec- i lure room of U'esley-'chnreli yesterday Mrs read ihe secre- tary.'.'; report i Jack the treasur- er's repoil aacl Tilts. Humphries 'the correspondini; secretary's and press -repbrt- for: llie pijjX 'year's work. A also .rfiad from I lie old V. W. C. T. U. and, as there is now jiracrically no sucli organization, the president ami secretary of the former Y. W. C. 'I'. V. joined with the W. U. T. IT. 'rlionsli the meeting vesterday was C1IUUCJ1 SERVICES Church of Jesus Christ of LatUr Pay Sunday School 10.30, a.in. at Knights oPPyililiis Hall, .Fifth St. First Baptist Rev. A. Le- vitt. 'puBtor. 11 a.m. subject, "The red tiipe of Duty." 12.15, Adult Bible class. ;j p.m., Sunday school. p.m. sub joet, under the Wesley Rev. T.. P. Perry, pastor. 11. a.m. subject, "Searching the Heart's Desire." 3 p.m., Sunday- clmol imd Adult Bible 7.30, spu> cial addresses: An historical sketch, Dr. Galbraith; a present survey. Rev. T. P. Perry, ami casting the Horoscope, S. Ball. Air. Rhynd Jamieson will sing tit both services. All arc wel- come. St. Cyprian's Church (Anglican) Rev. V. .McMillen, rector. 'Mr. T. IF. Cripps of Cardiiton will occupy the 'pulpit at both services tomorrow. Westminster Church tle, pastor. Rev. R. R. Fin lay. of Pin- clicr Creek will conduct the Harvest Home services both morning and even- ing tomorrow Salvation iiiid ;i p.m. At 7.30 a memorial service Tor ihe late held. Knox Church A.-'.M. Cordon H D II a.nu ami p.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. All cordially welconle. St. Andrew's Goinot 1 Hi Lecnth street and -Sfjveuth -avenue N. Minister, Rov. W. iBrydcn, M. ,A, semens 11 am anil 730 pm Children s D sen Ice at 3 pm ELECTION BET lone heartily welcome. St. Paul's First Lutheran Church .Toronto, Sept. The body of the! At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1503 6th j man. found "In" the Buy" has' been south. Sunday, Oct. 1, Sunday school at 2.30 P.JH. English services Wednesday Thursday Pcrrv, Kuv. A. Levitt, Mr. T. .Mackenzie and Miss liiMlcr announced exteiiditd invitations to meetings !nt Wesley, flip First HantLst, Kriox and Westminster1 churches respective- ly. in charge of last evening's entertainment1..cannot faiJ to he sat- isfied with the immense success of it nil.- THREE KILLED BY FIELD CANNON EXPLOSION Spark, Sept. men ware kilted, and four more seriously injured as result of nn explosion of a three 'inch field cannon at the United States Artillery camp this noon. The men killed and injured are all from the Cleveland BaU'ary of the Ohio National Guards which is iii camp with Ihc regulars during the month. The men killed were Corpus al'Bevertey and Private Can. WORRIED OVER AN Helen will b not very 'large, it was considered Itified as that of Fred Hallani, of Lon- to elect officers for the ensuing Out. Hallam it appears had come year. They were cleclml by ballot Toroiiio Saturday from Ottawa, follows Con i hear. :.lst Foster. 2iiii Vicu- Schneider. where-'he had been working for the IJbera! organization. Me hurt lost a bet of Sir Wilfrid Laurler's government would be returned and it McClunc- George, Junior from New York City, on i le Tax: It's Mean- ingpnd. 3Fr. is Ihc. 1 plain such sysl.o I hill.- lias tulunlcd Ihis IT: Injiihiii luive Hinji'lo Ta r IntnIT. This is v Mr. (ieortve is ;i ,sp ad of the Single Tax Movement. He will ex- opera.l-.es aiuI'dTcels the prosperity of any city hod of taxation. Kdmonton and .British Co- and il; may he an issue in Lethbridge in I he ur opportiniity lo learn all about it. ndid Large crowds heard him at Don't Forget trl Tuesday October 3rd AT 8 Y.M.C.A. Ladies InviteJ Admission 5 Ingraur. Recording flihsoi Correspondtitij; Hum jih'ries. fclfer. The siipcrinlcndents of departments j were chosen as follows! Mrs. Hnn'v- pbrics, .prison work'; Mrs. T. Tay- lor, fi'iiH and delicacies Mrs. iK-oihcr and charily meet- Tbe soe-ieiy will hold ils next moot- ing on the third Friday On October. The .invitation of the social com- mittee of the Y.MIt'-.A. for last'niglii was accepted in the in it was It was given heart-] liy, ond'il mosl surely was accepted heartily, judging hy ibe exceptionally iargiMiiimbcr, who tliroaged the build- ing, iill evening. After the various games had been pulled on" in the gym- nasium (lhe.se arc described in an- other, part of this issue) the dormi- tories' were inspected the visitors. Iii' flic iib-'.ence, through illness, .Mrs. CV (i. K. Noiir.se'. convener' of I j the judging comm'M tee, the other i members uf Hint committee, ihe Misses iVlrLeod, N'iminons, anil Hara.ssiii awarded the for j the cosiest and most homelike room to room i I, which is occupied by Mr. I -lackson and Mr. AnHeison, while i room occupied hy Mr. Lover, re-j ccivL'4 the consolation. On behalf of the committee, 1 would j iike tfi say, that, in coming to our j {decision, we did not take into con- i sidevatioii any special decorations I.siicli as fl.i.isr. hunt ing, (lowers, smi- etc., or in fact anvthing that would lo hi1 taken down. We simply diosc the most liveable room, ihe priiHiext permanent decctra- j.jon. As regard special adornment., mention be made, of the. rooms hy Mr. [.1. M. Oldham, Mr. Bradshaw. Messrs. Stewart ancl'Ooi'-'i don, and Messrs. Stewart and Gor-! don, and Messrs. Kane and Hayter, which weie nrost, altractiye and elicited much praise, Al the conclusion" of the ludgiiiK, the large.cmwd repaired in the aii- wluM.c wafers, .coffee, and iniit were served, This was a mi- ls thought that being in straightened circumstances, be committed suicide in [a fit of despondency; Hallam was fifty yoars of ago and a book-keeper. at. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. catechism class at p.n Bible study at 7.30 p.m., and moiihhly meeting of Luther League at S ip.m. First Church of Christ (Scientist) Services, Sunday, 11 a. m. aud 7.30 jj m. Sunday School 12.10 p. m., sub- ject Wednesday evening, Testimonial meeting at S. o'clock. The Reading Room is open to tfreryoue every day from 3 to 5 p. m. All vices arc held 'in Royal Bank Block, and everyone is cordially invited to at: tend. Church "in Kennedy's Hall, I3th Street North. Lord's Day -at 10.30 a. m. Bible School, H a. m., Breaking of Bread, Wednes- day evening at S p. m., at '630 16th St. N., for Prayer and Praise. ..Fifth Avenue'BoptUt Church, Nflrth C. B. iMcKinnpn, Pas-. tor, P.ublic Worship Sunday, 11 ft. m., and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3 p. m. Prayer meetin'c Wednesday evenr ing at S p. m. _ St. Auguitin'i Church; of Corner Sth St. and 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion at S a.m.; Matins 11 a.m. Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7.3J) p.m. Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock. Rev. J. E. Murrell- Wright, rectory 212 Sth St. south. Berean Bible School is-held every 'Sunday at 8 p.m. at 512 5th street south. A cordial invitation is extended to both old and young to attend this school. A special Invita- tion is giveri to-any persons, who .have been .with' rchnrches of Christ (Disciples) elsewhere. Follow- ing the Bible on Sundav, Oct J3 Hjan for AlbeKa will pieach Subject, does fit mean to be >a Christian'1 IIEC ex- onerated Ai'ulhnll, the civic employee, was dccusod of grafting Soid only by trained ThlSpireI3a Corset Bonttt Flexible ry, AJniU at relit, t one ill I 'fkonf o- acne? pv.t card MISS V. O'CONNOR Acsdla Blk, HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY THE STORE OF QUALITY Fall Coats That Reflect The Latest Styles of New York and Paris Th.niks lo Ihr "Biiv" il is, Jio longer, jiic.il coiitios, of F.ishioii in 01 dpi lo delpvmmc (be cfli- iccl Ics I'm picsoiil Oiu; Fall Stock of for Indies ami misses is a hrilliiviit-'as- seiTililno-p of ihe .latest New-York..mid .'I'nris fashions. There nrc 'niany special features in the coat-s now being shown at the .Bay ihat proclaim (hem distinctive and exclusive. (riniinings, style nnd perfect workmanship combine to malic this season's display an' exhibit ol' unusual a.tlraclion. Models Ranging from to Exclusive Styles Unequalled Values ;