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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie Lethbridge Dally Herald, Saturday. August Southern Alberta's Big Fair Has always been a great attraction. Lethbridge has become famous for its exhibits of Stock, Grain and Farm Produce. This year's attractions premise to be even better than in previous years, consequently we expect a greater attendance of both country and city people. We are taking advantage of this and are putting on A Fair-Week Sale r We want everybody to take advantage of this sale as we are going to sell Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Ladies' Hosiery, Belts, Col- lars, etc., Men's Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Hosiery and Summer Underwear, and all Wash Goods at remarkably low prices. Remember the dates. Sale Monday, Aug. 8th and lasts one week. These prices are inviting. Here are a few. There are others. Ladies' Tailored Blouses- Keg. Fancy Lawn Blouses Reg. price for Fancy Lawn Reg. price 15.00 for Ladies' cambric, lace and embroidery Eeg. price for Eeg. price for Eeg. price for Eeg. price for LADIES' HOSIERY Embroidered blk. Eeg. price 75c for___55c Colored Cashmere Fancy striped, reg. 90c for .70c Children's and other ladies' hosiery at equally low prices. SCOTCH GINGHAMS Eeg. price 25c for 17 l-2c Eeg. price 30c for V221-2c Fancy Mercerized In white, black and brown. .Eeg price 40c and 50c for All Wash Goods at counts. Dis- 20 PER CENT. OFF ALL MEN'S CLOTHING And SUMMER UNDERWEAR FANCY VESTS Regular for Regular Regular -35.00 for BLACK SATEEN SHIRTS Regular price 75c for 60c Regular, price 60c for 50c 20 Per Cent. Off All Fancy Shirts 20 PER CENT. OFF ALL .MEN'S SUMMER HATS We are not selling out but giving the people of Southern Alberta while visiting our fair an opportunity to purchase Good Goods at exceptionally Low Prices BENTLEY COMPANY LTD. Have you given EDDY'S WOODENWARE A Trial? If 'not, why not Are you aware of the fact that there areT NONE better manufactured? Ask your dealer to show you Matches, Paper of all descriptions, Paper Bags, Tubs, Pails and Washboards. He is not up-to-date unless tie can show you woodenware made at EDDY'S. L B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1851 Hull, Canada The Lethbridge Monument- al and Cut Stone Works Burclett Street, between Dufferin and Redpath C G. Simpson R. Neids f Branch of Kootenay Marble Nelton, .B. C. 'THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF THE METHODIST CHURCH IN CANADA By J, Miller McConnell The quadrennial General Conference of the M-ethodist Church In Canada, wiiicla opens at the MetropoBtian Church in Victoria, B. C., on August 14th, is looked forward to by that body as an epoch marker in the history of the Church. It -will be the first time in its history that the General Coij- ed toy the union of the Methodist ing in what is now the Dominion, was Church of Canada, (composed of Great Britain, by some of the Wesleyan Methodist Clrurch and the Isew Connexion Methodist Churcft united in 1874) the Methodist Epis- copal, the Primitive Methodist and Bible Christian Churches. Canadian Methodism, however, ha-d early lay preachers who went every- where throughout the world preach- ing the word of God imbued with the VACUUM HOUSECLEANING Phone 1115 or call at 1208 Courtknd Street METROPOLITAN METHODIST, t'crenoe has gone farther west than Winnipeg and the selection of the British Columbia capital for the scene of its deliberations is a tribute to the growing importance and influence of the Pacific province in Canadian Methodism. The 1902 Conference was held in Winnipeg which is the only instance of the Conference having gone beyond the confines of Ontario and Quebec. T.he gathering of four years ago took place in Montreal. In 1SS3. the year in which the organization Conference took place, the meeting place was Belleville. Three years later Toronto had the honor as well as in 1SOS, while in 1804 London, Ont. was the scene of a memorable gathering. Mon- treal is the only city which twice had the entertainment of the jin 1820 and again six years later. Rev, Albert Carman, D. D.. ven- erable "Bishop'.of the Canadian .body who lias been such a conspicuous fig- lireNn the deliberations -of the Con- ferences ever since the organization of the present body in 1S83, will again preside and if predictions are in order will again be appointed as General Superintendent. A History of the Present Church The Methodist Church in this coun- try, as at present organized, -was form CHURCH, VICTORIA, R, o. its origin over a century ago from the Methodism of Great Britain and the United States, and drew its youth- ful life-blood largely from the same sources. The first Methodist preach- Rev. Mr. HOLLING. Psstor of the Me- i tropolitan Church at Victoria, B. C.. zeal and spirit JJohn Wesley, the founder of the Church. On the other hand the first organic .Methodism Canada was from the Un- ietd States. Statistics of the Presbyterian families (an increase of 481 church in Ireland show that there are in the Assembly 654 ministers, inclu- ding missionaries; 568 congregations, the communi- cants, and Sunday school schol- ars. Used in Canada for over half a century in every corner of the world where people suffer from Constipation and its resulting trouble Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, stand higher in public estimation than any others, and their ever- increasing sales prore their merit Physicians 2Sc.a Rev. Dr. A. CARMAN, D.D., General Superintendent In 1760 a Wesleyan preacher from Ireland, wag preaching in Maryland. In 1775 a Wesieyan missionary from England to Newfojn 'land, anl (Continued on Page 7.) Two Tons in the binU and the over O WNERS of Sun- shine furnaces often make this mistake for the first winter. They order the same winter's coal supply as when using their old furnaces. When spring arrives they have about two tons in their bins. Of course, they are delighted. Wouldn't you like to own a furnace that burns less than expected? Go to our agent in your locality and let him ex- plain why the Sunshine furnace is such a "Fam- ous" fuel-economist. Let him tell you why the Nickclled steel dome and radiator is a better conductor of heat than plain steel why the straight semi-steel fire-pot radiates more heat than the common slanting gray iron fire-pot. Let him show you how the four triangular grate bars release ashes without wasting fuel how the automatic gas damper makes the Sunshine burn valuable gas fumes that escape up the chimney of ordinary furnaces. Let him install a Sun- shine furnace with a guarantee to heat your house to your entire sat- isfaction. irna.ce London, Toronto. Montreal, Winnipeg. Vancouver, St. John, N.B., Hamilton. For Siie I) Staffori-tyini Co., Letkkrilge ;