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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta DUFF AltiffTA, THURSDAY, APRIL Addit Gote Campaign At Coleman This is by far the cheapest property in the city considering how closely it! is situated to the centre. between 200 and 300 lots in this vision and every day others are being Colemon, April evangelistic campaign was brought to a close hero Sunday evening when Hev. A, E. Mitchell B.A., of Httmil- lon, Out., preached his farewell aer- mon. The attendance at all the three services conducted during the day was Tery largo. Hev. Dr. Shear- er was present at the evcmug serv- ices and refreshed the workers by telling- of what was being done in Fernic and other places. The meet- ings conducted lie-re during the Past three weeks imve accomplished much good and though it is hard to tab- ulate results there is little doubt but that oxiany have been strengthened spiritually and some have chosen the better life. Rev.'Mr. Mitchell and. his co-worker, 3Tr. W. McBretney, of Toronto, who had charge of singing, .have made very warm friends during their- stay in Coleman. Mr. j Mitchell's sermons were of a very jhigh order, were stimulating, and i tended to appeal to one's reasoning jand lacked sensation. Mr. McBret- di-iney- lurai OlINIlOHT BOAP ALL OVM THE WORLD of housewlvec Sunliffeit Soap In pref- erence to any other, because It the more thoroughly i and at half the coct without Injury to or fabric. Follow Of the District Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you the! free a cake of their famous Plantol toilet soap, if you mention this paper. RAYMOND JOTTINGS Raymond, April and Koscoe Miller, of Magratb, ire in. town visiting relatives. Mrs. Jas. Held, of New Dayton, "ormerJy of Raymond, was in town friends yesterday. The Jeanne BusBeil Co. will put on the "Squaw- tonight In the new; opera house. Tomorrow night hey will put on Aunt." The Ladies" Aid Society of the resbyterian church will give a musical at the home of Mrs. Amos, Thursday evening.. Admission 25c. All are welcome.-- Mr. Fred Burton, of Cardston, spent Sunday visiting in Raymond. Mr. Faris is in Stirling on. business THE CANADIAN BANK QFPIOB. TOKONTO urr lee? I, i. wiiOE, ALIZAKDHt LAUD, OtMftl Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Sank are wjr in which to carry money when travelling. art uuued in and th, exact amount payable- in Austria, Belgium, Denmark. Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Kuagia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in cowtiw they are payable at current rates. The cheques and all information regarding Owm may be obtained cffia Lethbridgc Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager GOOD ATTRACTIONS AT THE Mr. Arthur McDuffee is in bridge on business. He will return jtoday. The Mormon meeting house is be- s ability as'a singer is.-equally! A show that .proves attractive ta. S ough to induce such a number as at- __ tended the Eureka Theatre last ul.? it as in a sense the closing (jg a. recommendation sufficient in it- j, 'meeting of the campaign was con- .'self to -assure- that it is one of ua added to tnis list. I he greater oh Friday Usual considering the Mitchell discoursed to a fair sized I ment weather that prevailed. HVJ i audience on the subject of blunders, j two performances were well attsai- jing papered and painted inside. Many people are out of coal and it. can not be got anywhere" m Iowa, j ,Mr. Green expects a carload before j fcllc-- being built by Mr. Hawon has mg program was rendered 'been progressing rapidly. Selection by Birch's orchestra. Address, the chairman. Piano duet. Miss-Ethel Munro and ber of lots have been secured for building purposes. Arrangements are now under way to supply this part of the city wjth water at an early date. We fully believe that these lots will double value within a year. Price to 1 a5 Each One-Fourth cash, Balance Easy ut of noon day as in the night." speaker said "he chose to deal with jean truly be" said without fear tf the text but proposed to talk about j contradiction: that they are the me of t-he things people "stumble dancing, singing-.and talking over in dealing with the Christian life. He mentioned first some of the SKE1TH AND TILLEY Phone 197 many blunders Christians make, and afterward dealt with the mistakes by the unconverted. The ser- mon throughout was very helpful, and was of the order that make Iieople think. i After the regular meeting refresh- ments were served by i when for half an hour or a jmore a quiet social time was spent, j This was followed by another short meeting. Rev. Mr. Murray presiding, at which a number expressed .them- selves in high appreciation of" the j work done by the evangelists. This ians that have .lately been seen in the city. 'Individually or as they appear to be in a class by them- selves. -.Their Jokes and funny ay- ings? have original wit, and they are novel and .well delivered. But i-o real feature :of these artists is shown opera house in their step: dancing. Many new turns are given in addition -to tlw' Oddfellows Block Cor. Dufferin and Round Sts. INSURING AT LLOYD'S April of public opinion the-' sources that Chancellor of Exchequer Lloyd George..is likely, to keep to secure the Increased revenues necessary to bal- ance the budget is evidenced in thi: business being done today at Lloyd's Enormous amounts oi insurance are being taken against Increasing, the taxation on .sugar and iums respectively ot "So and -iO gui- neas. Insurance increasing taxation, on tobacco, cigars and coal is being done on a lesser scale at premiums ranging from 30 to 35 .gui- neas..The budget will be presented in the House of 'Commons tomorrow. POINTS OF THE BUDGET Revenue for the year ending March 31, Ordinary usual inovomits which are so clever- ly rendered .as .to draw forth many expressions of-, appreciation from an admiring-audience. They are a dis- tinct treat. The Thaten Duo. family .have- some- thing clever and new to offer this week and continue to make a hit Miss Lulu Beck. Sotig. Mr. W, p. Coombs. Violin solo, Mr. A. Aubin. Selection, the orchestra. Song, Dr. .Lang.., j Piano solo, Miss Mary Simons. Address, Rev. D. Jones. Mandolin solo. Mr. W. P. Coombs Club swinging, Mr. Chas. Leonard At the close of the program the floor was cleared and dancing was {indulged in until .11.30, when re- freshments were served. Dancing I was again resumed and kept up until about 1.30. A .number of the.guests pronounced it the. most successful event of the kind ever held in Taber. Tne dec- Thompson were held at Spring Cou- orations were the object of many lee Sunday. complimentary remarks. The Young Men's Mutual associft-j Mr. H. A. Berlis, of Toronto, who tion will give the first dance in been conducting special services in Knox church for the past ten days, left yesterday for Phoenix, B C. Maj-or Douglas returned on Satur- day from a business trip to Winni- B Memorial services for Mr. W. T... Spring Cou- Saturday, May 1. Re- freshments will be. served. The dance will be opened by a grand march on roller.skates. Turner, of Turner and James Speidel, meat market, sailed for England on the 17th. He was ac- companied by 45 other missionaries. was shown in way; by pre- j with.; the. Eureka patrons, seating; 3Ir. Mitchell and Mr McBret-. There "is. one thing about the Eur- eka that is-always dependable. They ney with fountain pens. Both gentle- men expressed surprise and spoke of are the. pictures. Last night they the enjoyment !proved, exceedingly interesting.' A! in: Cqlemah and! the set -'isr promised for tonight was brought to ajLJosajagamV by singing the doxolpgy. V witnessed Capital Laurier will..likely lay the corner stone of the Parliament Foster" predicts dry weather for next fruit business in-Ontario. An easterly wind carrying a.sort jchwch, of sleet with it is. The moisture is very helpful to the although those who.have not seeded yet are -a little anxious. to the church. The an- irt .-the.'.Juversary sermon% was preached by fllev. j. R. Munro, pastor of Knox ua ardent member of the local lodge. by maay seats'-of the church were tional Transcontinental bridge debt. and Quebec occupied by members of these lodges. Hev. Mr. Mitchell was again the {dead- Miss J. !14C WJiUAVrfXI. onlookers "and at -Edmonton _ in June. In conversation, with-an old Charles A. Campbell, proprietor of j Dakota farmer today, lie said that the Orand Union hotel, Toronto, is alwaj-s put in seed -r-early both here and in Dakota and Added to tlie debt during the year Preacher and delivered a Miss J. Reynolds, for five years he commenced seediag thoughtful address on sincerity. Mr. i matron of the True Blue orphanag" iOn 27th of alarch.arrd finished-'on 3rd Dr. Van's French the Wife's Friend A reliable regulator; never' "fails. While these pills' are exceedingly .powerful in regulating the generative portion of the female system, they are strictly safe to use. Refuse all cheap imitations. Dr. de "Van's are sold at 15.00 a box, or three for Mailed to any address. .The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catherines, Ont. Total net addition to the debt in thirteen. years of Liberal For 'this- money the country has secured great, canal.-' improvements, huge harbor works, and almost; two thousand miles of a partially built publicly-owned railway, -upon which alone: have been spent. The population has" so increased un- der Liberal rule that ihe debt" of Can- ada has from per head in 1896-to March-31. Average rate of duty on all im- ports in 1896, cent.; in J908 16.48: per cent. Estimates for; 1909-10 so cut that Mr. Fielding expects a reduction of -as compared with those of We have just unloaded 2 cars EXSHAW CEMENT And a car of BUILDING PAPER Call or write for prices THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. LTD. Letkbridfe, New Dayton, PHONE! 225 City Yard Smith of Ellison Mills P.O. BOX 654 McBretney sang two solos at this service, "Face.to .of Peace." -The service will-not soon be forgotten by the large audience present. Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Me Bretney left Monday evening- fo Trail, where they will' con-duct t three weeks' campaign. Many friend wev. at the depot to see them off and to wish them Godspeed. at PicLon died suddenly, aged 60 She was a relative" of the "late Sir Oliver "Mowat. TOOTH OF A MASTADON Spokane, Wash., April is declared to be the tooth of a -m tadon was unearthed near Penewawa Whitman County, Wash., south of Spokane, by Leon Cota, a laborer, vhile working on the public high- way. The tooth, is. eleven inches- in .length, and six -inches It is in a good state of preservation the only flair being a slight crack in the enamel near the top of the tooth. Professors connected with the Wash- .ington state college, are of the opin- ion- that; the tooth; has been -buried in the sand and stone for a period of several thousand years and they have encouraged Cota and his neigh- bors to make further search, in the hope that other parts of the mam- moth skeleton may be found. Mas- todon bones have been found in var- ious parts oi- Whitman county, as well as in other parts of Eastern Washington, but this is the first dis- covery of "admitted importance in the vicinity of Penewawa. Extra Heavy Beards JF- me! Set off Two in Leather CMC Carbo Mafpttk Strop There ii a reason whv CARBO MAGNETIC are the best in the world TWO WORDS TELL THB STORY TMe MftSJod of timporinir which to OUR EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS, PRESERVES THB CARffON ta tlM etotl Madoe, whereaa Umportni by fire, the only ether method koowo, DBSTROYS It. CARBO MAGNETIC Razore NEVER need to fee HONED orQROCNDIa prlrato Do you raalbe what thle meant? Remember the Miuo-OARBO M AQN1TIC RAZOR WITH AN BVBRiASTINO BOOB. SOLD BY C. W. GRAY, Uthbridge j of April. The seed is already sproat- A new elevator is going up at the Tha I south end of the town. It is being i ne death occurred last WPPk frnri' ironijerecLed by.the Vancouver Milling Co. Hip .Lun-g-has 'bought busi- ness of the restaurant recently con- LOCAL NEWS paralysis of Dr. James McMahon, distributor of law stamps at Os- goode Hall since 1893. He was -o e-, elected to the in 1875 Indi F' sat for nineteen years. wJV, half-brother of Judge McMahon dUCt Tfife Nox Tasteless Liquor, "Drug and Tobacco Cure We'-have yet to "hear of-one failure to lair-trial'has- been given. Can be given without the per- son knowing it, 13 harmless and ab- solutely without tarte. Mother sister or wife, you would be- doing a great work by giving this jemedy to some members of your family. We will mail a month's treatment for five dollars. The Scobell1 Drug- Co.; St Catherines, Ont. con- of the Union Bank at Cormangay, Every real estate man in town has now an automobile, and ;Downey of Calgary was here foday trying to fi rtd fresh victims. TABER NOTES Taber, April Oddfellows of Taber lodge ?To. 25 gave an "At Home" in Cousin'to hall. Samuel Enine, N.G. of the'lodge iUian Jack and C. .W. of the W. R. JDo'bin.Co., accompanied by others. I a e been out to inspect some Ian.: oast of Warner. The Einvoi th. League of .Westmin- ster church held a very successful social evening last night. -The ccm.- test; for the best original poem oh Spring-time was won by Hiss Ethel Harding.. Several, of .the-efforts were qnite a surprise. 'Five cars of settlers' effects arrived Tuesday and Wednesday for Warner. The storm yesterday was; general over-all the settlements along the A. Chief GiUespie would like the: own- ers -to claim their dogs which are in the business un- WHEN You CANT SLEEP. Then is many A man and woman towipg night after night upon a sleeplesi bed, Their eyes do' nob close iai the sweet refreshing repose that comes to those whose heart and nerves are right. Some consti- tutional disturbance, worry or diaeue has debilitated and irritated the system, that it cannot be quieted. Or again, you have, a sinking wawation, feeling you are going to die; or you wake in yonc sleep feeling as though you were to-choke-or Binother, and rest leavesyou for the nighL rfyouallow these oonditioni. to' continue-for a short period even, you will begin to health declining. Jtr is. the -nerves and heart not acting rightly, and they can only bo sot right by the use of -Milbum's Heart and Nerve Pills. They soon induce health- ful, refreshing sleep, not by deadening nerves, but by restoring them to healthy action. Mrs.E. Nutt, St. Mary's, Ont., I can gladly recommend your Milbanrt troubled with inynerves. Iwaa BO der construction have now got the brick .work well under war. At the Hill block, the Bryan block and the Dufferin hotel the cement foundations but after taking four boxes of j pills I became all right Price, 60 cents per box; 3 boxes for dealers or The T. Milbuni Caf iu.1. uti-iiiuei .ui me, iii.vr. vi tnc lUUge llUUUi Lflu ClilllUlll. lOlUrQivLlons uf occupied the chair during the early are being constructed, while the ho- Toronto, Ont The Little Things that Count It's the little things in life that count. We have worked persistently during the past four months to assemble the most complete stock of house fwrnlshmgt that Southern Alberta has ever seen, tfo detail has been overlooked. Some of the Little Things at Llttte Brass -Rods iu 3-4 in. and 1 -in. sizes at 15c and 20c. The best on.the market. Brass Curtain Rods at 10o X5c 20c 25c 35c dud up to 90c. Brass tockets, Ends and Brackets, in all sizes, from lOc to 25c. Castsn for beds and furniture 15c a set and up. Racks with ten arms, 60c. Curtain Rings from 1-4 in. to 2 1-2 in. Carpet Beaters at 20c and 25c. Drawer Pulls and Knobs at 10c 15c and le Pulls, Ic up to 8c each. 25e. Carpet tweepers at and Rubber Tires for baby carriage wheels, in 12 in., 14 in. and 16 in.-sizes. Parasols for baby carriages. Soiled-Clothes. Baskets, beautifully made, and Clock Shelves, at 75c and 90c. Wash Tub Stands, thorougV.ly practical, each. Window Shades up to 8 ft. 6 in. wider- made to order. Wefre all in for newspaper space, but there are a great many items that we've had to omit. WHAT YOU DON'T SEE in our store ASK FOR nnd WE WILL GET IT FOR YOU. in Furniture Co. THE HOME MAKERS ;