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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I The LeUibridge Daily Herald, Saturday, August The Ideal Table Water Apart entirely from Bsturtl table beversfe, MAGI Water owes iU popularity it water largely to ita therapeutic value. Druflk before Meals, the flow of the futric it ex- cited and helped; drunk after meals acidity of the stomach is neu- tralized. MAGI i> a natural mineral Water and contains no added salts nor foreign solutions. It possesses the crystal purity mil (nappy tone tad ot de- manded hy even the Owing to method of boitiini. MAGI riibt from below 10 you pure and Nature it. OAGI bottled only mad be bought, either plain or from coast to coast. I tin in splits, pints, quirts and at hotels, bus, drag-atom, on rnUroM-diiunc and cafe-can and by your grocer bj or caw. Caledonia Springs Go Limited Oat. DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEASICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT, and all LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MAT BE RAPIDLY AND EFFECTUALLY CUBED BT THE USE OF DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY The medicine with a record of cures extending over 65 years. You don't experiment when you buy it. MR. J. CHAPELLE, Glenboro, Alta, living ia England I suffered with acute stomach trouble, colic, diarrhoea, etc., I took various medicines and had a doctor attend me for several weeks but found no relief. I suffered terrible pain, and was gradually getting -weaker. In 1905 I came to Canada and suffered with Summer Complaint. I was recommended to take BE. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OK "WILD STRAWBERRY so I bought a bottle (but had no faith in it) and it completely cured me. I now have it constantly in house and one spoonful always cures me." PRICE 35 CENTS Manufactured only by Thai. MILBURH CO., Limited, Toronto, Ont LOCAL MAN'S FATHER DIES John E. Wells has received -word that his father, Thomas E. Wells, of died on Aug. 4th at his summer home in Worcestershire, Eng- land, where he has.been staying with Mrs. Wells and their daughter. He 4ied suddenly of appendicitis. The deceased gentleman, who is ex- tremely wealthy, accumulated his for- tune in the packing business and deal- ing in grain. He was at one time head of the Continental Packing Co., of Chicago, but retired from business about ten years ago. Mr. John Wells is leaving for Chi- cago as soon as he receives word whether or not the remains are heing brought across the Atlantic. If your liver is sluggish and out of tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti- pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight he- fore retiring and you will feel all right in the morning. Sold by all druggists. THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF THE METHODIST CHURCH IN CANADA (Continued from page 3) F The Plants Sfcow You Why Why do your plants soon wither and die in the house in Winter? BECAUSE the house lacks BECAUSE the kind of Furnace you have Is giving off a dry. tmnaicral, parching heat. The average Furnace does this because In. vanning the air it dries out the natural humidity of the atmosphere foils to replace ft. Instead of the 70% average humidity of the outside present furnace heated air probably contains less than 30% of inoSsture. The Remedy Is in the Circle Waterpan "Good Furnace This encircles the Is holds several times as much water as the makeshift pan in the average is placed just at the proper position to catch the incoming give It extra moisture before tt jets to the hettlnf surface, and thus the air supplied to the rooms Is almost as humid as the outride atmosphere. The "Good Cheer" Circle Waterpan Purnaea saves Doetcrt' Mb as veil as coal bills. Her full particulars the splendid Furnace write ft THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., LtMTTED, WOODSTOCK. WINNIPEG. Sold Hlck-Sefcl Hardware Co., Lelhbridfle, in 17T9 William B'laok, known as Bish- op Black, 'became the founder of Methodism in the Maritime 'Prov- inces. Several Yorkshire families who had settled near Amherst. Nova were instrumental in the con- version of Mr. Black who became their apostle. In 1780, Mr. Tuffey, a com- missary in one of the regiments at Quebec preached to the soldiers and immigrants there and in Upper Can-j ada. Methodism was first preached aries In connection with the Methodist Church in the province. In the spring of 1863 he commenced teach- ng an Indian mission school at Nan- aimo. In six months he so far ac- quired a knowledge of the language that he could preach in it. Some Statistics. A few statistics will (be o? interest to show the general growth of the church in the Dominion. According to the census of 1891 Canadian Meth- odists were divided as follows: On- tario, Quebec, Prince Mward island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Man- toba, British Columbia, J9S; North West Territories, a :otal Of years later when the last Do- ftev. W. R. YOUNG, D.D., Montreal by another British officer, Major George Neal in 1876. William Losee was another exponent of early Meth- odism who attracted attention in On- tario in 1790. As pointed out by Rev. Dr. Stone, who was president of the Toronto 'Con I'erence some years ago, in writing of "The Policy of the Methodist it is a somewhat4 interesting coincidence that without any design on the part of its authors, the form of government of the Methodist Church is so nearly in harmony with that of'the Dominion itself, with the Rev. S. T. BARJLETT, General Secre- tary, Epworth League Dept. tinguishable from each other, are not separable." Methodism in B. C. As regards. Methodism in. British Columbia, where the General -Confer- ence meets for the first time, very early work was done by missionaries in tiie far west. The van was led in the Pacific ..province by Rev. Dr. Ev- ans, of Kingston University; 'the Rev. E. -White, Rev. E. Robson, and Rev. Arthur Browning. The two latter were ordained in Toronto in 1858, im- mediately before they left the Coast, Rev. N. BURWASH, S. T.D., Chan- cellor Victoria University, Toronto single exception that there is in it nothing that exactly corresponds with the Senate, which he thought was pos- sibly not a matter of regret to its communicants. The General -Conference is the su- preme legislative body of the Church and is composed of an equal number of ministerial and lay delegates. In the interval of its sessions it is re- presented by an executive called the "General Conference Special Com- mittee." This body is selected by the General Superintendent and him has power to provide for meas- ures which require attention between the meetings of the General Confer- ence. Doctrines of the Church. The most vital as well as the most distinctive theories of Methodism are those most intimately connected with, the personal experience. As Prof. Rev. J. W. GRAHAM, General Secre tary of Education which they reached the following year the missionaries were to th colony by the Rev. Dr. Incum bent of -Christ Church; and Chief factor Dallas, of the Hudson's Bay Company, granted them three city lots on which to build a -church and parsonage. In 1S93, there were five congre- gations in Victoria, exclusive of the j Chinese Mission Church and, the In- dian Church. In 1859, Rex-. Dr. Ev- ans and Rev. E. Robson left Victoria to commence pioneer work on the mainland. Rev. -Mr. Robson was a Rev. WM. BRIGGS, D.D., Book Steward brother of the late Hon. John Rob- son, prime minister of the province. The B. C. Conference. The British Columbia Methodist Conference was 'organized in 1887, and held its first session in May of that year at Victoria. Rev. E. Rob son was the first president, and Rev. Joseph Hall secretary. Rev. Thomas Crosby is stated by Mr. Alexander Begg, in bis "History of British to have been the most successful of the mission Rev. JAMES HENDERSON, D. D., Ottawa Badgley pointed out in an article on "The Doctrines of the Methodist it is to separate Methodist theology from personal re- ligious experience. Christianity is is both a doctrine and a life, or rather the doctrine and the life are the two sides of a unity which, though dis- ResideHial _ Fireproof School ings. ExtensiTe Kay- grounds, pmwed for the Universities, Mfetwy College, aad Business. BMclsl alMotHxi grmi to yoonnr soys. tetm Was Sept H. Jfaw B.JL (f UA REV. J. H. RJDDELL, aD. Principal of Alberta College, Edmon- ton minion census was taken, the figures were: Ontario, Quebec, 014; Nova Scotia, New Bruns- wick, Bri- tich Columbia, North West Territories, Yukon and other Territories, a total of It will thus be seen that in the de- cade there has been an increase of up- wards 6t Tie above figures show, as is the case with several oth- er iChrlstiari. denominations, that the Rev. W. S. GRIFFIN, D.D., Treasurer General Conference and Superannu- ation Funds. Maritime provinces lost some of their members to the gain of the newer Western communities. The .totals embrace all who designate themselves as Methodists, but the figures do not indicate so well as the Church's own statistics how the -body nas grown in numerical and financial proportions. In the twenty-three years, from the time of the union of the different sec- tions of the church up to the last con- ference held in Montreal, the member- ship had increased by from -Lo The increases for the different periods were: Prom 1S83 to 1886, From 1886 to 1890, From 1890 to 1894, From 1894 to 1898, From 1902 to 1906, In 1792 Rev. William Losee had been able to report a membership of 165. In 1824, when the first Can- ada Conference was organized there When you're off little bit rick yet not rick eaougb to call the want a SURE and SAFE family MEDICINE THAT YOU CAK ABSOLUTELY RELY ON. That's why we are advertising this trademark. look for the dandelion-colored wrappers and name NyaTs, The formulae of Family are all exceptionally similar to your doctor would There's a special Nyal for most ordinary, every- day ailments which we know to be effective. We strongly recommend Family because we know what's in them doctor CM know you know too. Anything you buy with the name will give you entire Sold and guaranteed by copal Church in Canada. TMs posi- tion was merged in the union of 1883, but Dr. Carman was at once elected as Joint General Superintendent of the newly organized Methodist Church In addition to this important post- to which he -was re-elected without a colleague at each succeeding general faas occupied several, notable positions in religious and ed- ucational connections'. Some of the Lay Delegates. The conference will -be attended !by not only the prominent clergymea: of the church, but there is a lay dele- gate for every clerical; lay delegation is representative of the professional and 'business' life of the country. The bench' will have: its representatives Justice Maciaferi, -of the Ontario High Court; Judge.Chea- ley, of Nova Scotia; Judge Penny- and Judge Buffet, of Newfoundland. Tihe legal fraternity has amongst the delegates J. A. JML :Aildns, K. C., of C. W. Cate, K, C., Sher- brooke; L Hillard, K.C., Morrisburg; A. R. Oughtreed, K. C., E. Belleville; -N. W.. .Toronto, and R. W. Harris, K. Vaaiconver. Other prominent lay- men elected to attend are Hon. W. H. Cushing, Calgary; Horu E. Z.' Davis, former Minister of Crown. (Lands .In. Ontario; Hon. H. J. B. Woods, Hew- REV. A. C. CREWS, ,D.D., Editor Sun- day School'Publications tions to the body and natural growth down through the years the numeri- cal strength in 1883 became min- isters, and members. By 15QS the number of ministers and -probationers had grown to and membership to In 1906 the church had 3f6l6 church .buildings parsonages. The financial standing of the Church, is shown by the fact 'that the churches are valued at parsonages, colleges, schools, and (book publishing houses, These, with, other properties, constitute a to- tal of an, increase in the Quadrenninm of close to The total debt is about and insurance carried amounts to close to The general board of missions !has an income of aibout and expends about The General Superintendent. Rev. Dr. Carman, the General Sup- erintendent of the 'Church, was born at Iroquols, Ont, in 1833. He Tgas educated at the Dundas County Gram- mar School, and Victoria College, Cob- ourg. where he graduated in 1854. He was at once appointed head master of the school he formerly attended, and this position he retained until three years later, when be was selected to fill the chair of mathematics in the Belleville Seminary, and held this position from 1859 to 1S74, part of the Rev." S. D. CHOWN. D.D., Secretary of Temperance and Moral Reform foundland; Hon. Thomas Crawford, Speaker of the Ontario Legislature; M. S. Schell, M. P. for South Oxford; 'W. H. Lambly, registrar, Inver- ness, Que.; Robert Booth, Pembroke; W.-C. Bowles, Ottawa; Mayor Mason, Bowmanville; M. Madole, William: Johnson, Belleville; Aid. Vaughan, Toronto; J. N. Lake, Toron.-, to; Ambrose Kent, Toronto; Jos. Tait, Toronto; F.WJ Wint- er, the piano manufacturer, Toronto: Henry Hough, LL.D., Toronto; Thos. Hilliard, head of the Dominion Life Insurance Co., Waterloo; Jos. Gib- son, Ingersoll; J. S. Deacon, Milton; ex-Mayor Carter, Guelph: Prof. Rey- nolds, Guelph; C. A. Birge, director of the Bank of Hamilton and ex-Pres. ident of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association; Mayor Strat- ford; F. B. Holtby, manager of the Merchants Bank, St Thomas; G. A, Proctor. Sarnia: B. P. Richardsc', ex- M.L.A., Grenfell; G. W. BroTf-u, Re- Rev W B. CREIGHTON, .Editor Sins.; Dr Galbraith, Lethbridge; Dr. A. M Scott, Calgary; Mayor Bell, En- Christian Guard.an BC port time as President of Albert College, Ferry; John Cunningham, Montreal; and Chancellor of Albert University. Hon. Jas. Angel, St. Johns, -Nfld.; as the institution was called in Austin, Chatham, Ont.; E. Mi- years. Meanwhile, in i860, Dr. Car-) chener, M.P.P., Red Deer; Jas. T. man had been ordained in the Meth-j Burchill, Sydney, C. B.; J. R. Inch, odist Episcopal Church, and in the i L.LD., superintendent of Education in. Rev. JAS. ALLEN, D.D., Home Mission Secretary were reported to be 36 ministers, 094 white members and 56 Indian members. In 1833 there were 81 ministers, white and 913 In- dian members. With various addi same year obtained his degree of M. A. In 1864 he became an elder, in 1874 wag given the degree of Doctor of Divinity, and elected and conse- crated Bishop of the Methodist Epis- .New Brunswick; Dr. David Allison, president of Mount Allison university, Saskville, X. B.; Aid. Carson, Mont- real; A. 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