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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Aug. 7, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pago'S The best buy in the city FAIR- NT F. C. Lowes Go, Owners and Sole Agents Worth going at Two lots 25 x 125 on water -and sower, at 1500 each, on easy terms. Apply R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH WAS OPENED (Continued 'com Front Page.) Reviewing the history of some of I the 'older kingdoms gpokun of In tbo Old Testament, the wont on lo Blmw that they had oiidciivorcd to make t hum selves BCCJII-O by signing treaties wllh tliu neighboring tlons, jiiul how eventually 'these very nations hud eoine down upon them, any rogpeel. for former It'ciii- IcB. This was used to show Hial the rulers ol1 Mils iwMmi had nut their trust in tilt- wrong place. For tho on- ly thing which can save either a man a nation in jeopardy is; the power of God, and when a nation puts its trust in anything lens than Hod's or, the text explains the position in whldi il I'imls itself. Tho suiau tiling K true of niiin. Enlarging ,upon this the siicakcr pro- :oedcd to show how Uiu text works out In practical life, in the case of tiie politician who is HO party bound hat ho refuses to vote arcordinu to Us conscience, ho his prin-: clples, and mokes for himself a lied Ensign arsd Laidlaw, who were transferred from the local Salvation Army corps last week. THE LETTER BOX i is too narrow. In ordinary Ir.is-j 'otter given UNSOLICITED ASSISTANCE The Herald bus been requested by L. .Moore, secretary of tbe local No. 574, u. 51. W. of A., lo publish the No. 1 Ranching Propositions jt.OQO acren In block, 50 per cent, tillable, running water on trtct; only per acre; good terms. 2240 acres S miles from good town, 50 per cent, or more till- able; several springs on tract; ?13.50 per acre; good terms. Good half section on Woybiiru line, only per acre. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 1C ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. FOB SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Ed., "Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE LETHBRIDGE Splendid Corner 125 feet by 127 feet. Within five minutes of depot. Water, sewer and light. Ideal spot for home Price Terms North Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 ness, tiie man imbued -with tin; "g< idea, often forgets himsel so fur as to build up Ills fortune a he expense of his character. Such i nan only wastes his life, and make: hose about him miserable. In soda ife, tbe man who endeavors to buih p his iX'pulalioM at tho expense o .j is character misses tile point of bis existence, lie, too, lias made for him self too narrow a bed. Applying the principle involved in the text to our religious life, tbe speaker clearly proved how many who called themselves Christians, are won! to foii'd tlie power of thus mak- ing for themselves a bed which is too short. Tlie bod which God would glv us, lie said, is the .broad and comfort- riblo bed of his Divine love. All jio asks in return is our trust in his pc-w- or. Some men believe in God, and yet their lives are so far from tho touch of Him as two pples from each other. They are really unbelievers. Others acknowledge tlie existence of a rue iind a living Clod, yet in their learls and in tlicir outward actions hey do not show that their souls have )een touched by the Divine flame. Then, again, there is the church vorker, who belongs to what might he called the business element of the' thurch. Their interest in tlie church s self-interest. Under this interest there is nothing. They are rejecting the bed of God's love, and. are found wanting in I ho true spirit of a Christ- ian man. Then there is tiie man who openly professes lo believe in God, but who does not live up to his belief. He lis-lho man who nialtes an insurance policy out of his profession of fallli- Ho endeavors to insure himsei ainst the wrath to come. His lifi Is wanting in the faith and power i which only God can give. All these !to 'OCiU 'U'Mtiore, Secretary, Miners' Uni find! enclosed an express der for the sum of 531.00, .being the proceeds of.a collection from the: Fed- orated Trades on the C. I'. li. at this RAYMOND BUDGET Aug. A mcellng for the reorganization of tho. Raymond Choral Society was hold In tho Meet- ing House last night. Owing to the inclement weather, no ladies wcro pro- Kont, but sixteen men wore in atiend- uico and all wore very cnllnislafitic ill :heir desire to nuo tlie -society reorgan- zed and at wo'rk. Dr. J. B. Amos was ippointcd to tho chair, and the fol- owlug officers oluctcd: President, fl. A. Gillies; conductor, C. Foislrup; secrotary-lroiiKurer, W. H. Berryessii I'hu appointment of a pianist was left .0 the conductor, as il was thought .hat he could best choose one wltli ivliom lie and the chorus could work n perfect harmony. It was decided o oix-alc a new office in that of an !xec.ulive committee, and for this Mrs. firiclsson, Mrs. (Dr.) Amos, and ilossrs. A. II. Powell and W. Sumo vere chosen. Thy executive was iu- trtictcd to propare-a set of bylaws lo govern the conduct of the society. TiiL'se bylaws will be for. tile purpose if regulating atlendnnco at meetings, nd general business relating to the so :iety. Monday night, August 0, was liosen as Hie time for tlie first prac- ice, and the. Meeting House has been kindly offered for the tlicir use. Fur- ther business will be conducted at tlie Monday night meeting, and it is very un desirable that every ono interested in or- should be present. There will MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVER SNAPS 3 roomed house mid i balance monthly payments, 160 acros good Und 4 miles from railway. Easy terms. SNAPS lots, North 4200 111 per W. M Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Blpok Phono 1307 be scarcely six weeks for practice and work will need to begin at once. It is not fully decided whelher or not the society will enter the Cardston com- point. Wo wish the ilrotbor .Miners petition. This will he taken up al Ihe every success in their tight, ami will do our best to belli them from time to time. Yours fraternally, "1. P. HUJIPHHIDY, "President. "I. P. Sir Bro., I .am In receipt of your letter and cheque for for which I beg to thank yon on behalf of the mem- bers of local 574. I cannot express how much we appreciate this volun- tary and'unsolicited donation. But we are fully aware and appreciate the spirit in which this was given. Jt goes to show that we have both your moral, and T may say tangible, sup- port, in this our great struggle. Thank ng'yon again, 1 am, Yours fraternally, "L. MOORE." WIFE HAD DILLINGER ARRESTED IN first meeting. Conductor Folstrup, in a lew closing words, asked for the hearty co-bpcratlon of musical Ray- mond in his arduous duties of drilling the contestants for thoir several en- tries. Raymond goes in with a splen- did pasl record. .In 1910 Ihe chorus won first, at Raymond. .Magrath and Cardston; soprano soloist, first at Car- dston, Magralh and Raymond; flee, first at Raymond, and second at Card- ston, and special mention at .Magrath; ladies quartette, first at Raymond and Cardston; male quartette, first at Ray- nond and second at Raymond. This s a record to be proud of, iiud should le an incentive for erorybody to go n and win. .1. M. Glendinning, M. L. A. for Nan-- on, has been in Raymond for tlie past I :wo days, leaving last night for Card- ston, where his business Insid( City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plowing Md- chmery arc offered by W. R. DOBBIN, 310 7th Street Lethbridge, AIta ing a big bid for the fire hreuraiice business of the West. J. fi. Walton, of the Dominion of Ca- nada Accident Co., is a visitor in Ray- mond. Mr. Walton is an inspector, and came to interview Geo. II. Budd, the Ocai agent. Mr. Budd is expected liome from Utah toda Ottawa, Aug. F. Dilli Itawn, formerly operating assistant hief of tiie Railway Commission, who, 'bile on business in Winnipeg over wo months ago, suddenly disappear- d, has been located -by his wife in Cansas City, and, according to advic- s received here, placed under arrest t her instance there, together with a of Calgary. The calves have beei fathered from the range between here and Jlilk River, and the fact that the) are being sold by" the Sugar Co. is al indication of the rapidly increasing se tlement of this 'southern part of tbe province. It be a matter o a few years when nil cattle will have Warehouse Properties Best position in city. each Easy terms Wilkie Kerr INSURANCE AND COAL HUL1. BLOCK, WEST A. R. i I. OFFICE. PHONE 623. BARGAINS J section of land, improved, house and bnni, 12 miles from Barons, 60 acres in crop. per acre. cash, balance on terms Lota in North Ward, each, easy terras 6 roomed fully modern house to rent Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Lethbridge Hotel Block FOR SALE-SNAP 153 acres adjoining of Bin-deli, only 300 feel; I'roin main business street, ripe for subdivision. Good bouse.mid fenced. C. P. R, gas line will run through property. Price per acre. Address self ag- ''s alleged, Dillinger left Winnipeg. life too'i Jl'r3- Dillinger got news of her bus power band's whereabouts recently, and left 11 bim. In an interview men are fonnd wanting. They lie onjer refused to leave his affinity beds too short or whose coverings are borne. -omaii, named Morgan, with whom, it [to be disposed of because of tbe lack range. A temporary coral has beer constructed of' telephone poles, am] abo.ut 600 calves with their mothers are today awaiting shipment. As too narow. Only when a man's soul has There is understood also to he charge against Dillinger and the Mor- under the power of God, only when his lean womai! for somc offence alleged to spiritual life has been renewed by committed In Des Moiue i touch of God can be lie on Hie hcd df'ilmva' love which God has made for and only then is his life full of that power which can come only from ab- ove. At both services special music, ap- propriate for the occasion, was ren- dered by tho choir under the dlrectioi of .Mr. .McRohorts. IS FOUND AT BOW ISLAND Calgary, Aug. -s reported that tlie Canadian Pacific Railway Co. has struck a copious flow of petroleum in one of its wells at Bow Island. The Canadian Pacific authorities will nei- ther confirm nor deny the story. FIRE AT THE HAT Medicine Hat, Aug. broke out in the storeroom at the Medicine Hat Rosary at 11.4 olast night .from unknown causes. The damage is in berry V Ij.'Ka the neighborhood of .Mr. Ueb- errhein, the manager, states the loss is covered-by insurance. Jlr. Ueberr- heln thinks it possible that the paint- er who worked in the storeroom yes- terday, might have dropped a lighted match, but it does not sound probable, as the painter had lett aome hours when the fire broke "out. soon as the calves are loaded the herd will be turned back to the range, south and southeast and an- other hunch, hold now on the same range will he driven in for shipment. A.B.HOAGLIN Alta. Asked as to the general conditions of the-cattle industry, Mr. Glendinning said conditions were good, and even Idvanced tor Ihis season of the year He knows of little during the past vinter, and reports absolutely none n Nanton .district. .1. W. Vaiice, of ftarnwell, is a. visitor o Raymond today. Mr. Vance has a lomestead in the Barnweli district, nd reports crops looking good. Ab- ut half of tlie land is under cultiva- ion, growing fall and spring wheat ats and flax. Fall wheat snfferet inch from drouth, but spring grain is II an excellent stand. Cutting will eghl next week. Mr. Vance reported that hail had visited a part of his dis- trict, the strip affected running south of Chin and Taber, in a southeasterly direction, varying froin three to ten miles and gelling wider as it progress- ed. Not very much damage was done 'n tlie immediate vicinity of Barnwell. The rain of last night and today has quite spoiled baseball for some time to come. Tlie married men should have played Ihe League team last night Magrath should be hero to play (he lie game with Raymond lo decide-which have third place; In the League standing, and the Girls' Ball Team should he working for! tlie game wl'h Magrath ladies. ,Tust think of It! good. Word comes from BROKE HIS NECK ON A ROCK WHILE DIVING New York, Aug. Stephen- son, of this city, dived Into two feet ot water covering a submerged rock off the Brooklyn water front, last light, and broke his neck, in an at- empted rescue of fourteen-year-old John Dnffey, who lost his supporting -ater-wings in deep water and -went lown in the East River. The man died nstantly. Yo.ung Dnffey was also irowued. Cardston that Root. Crawford, who was taken to the hospital there for an operation '-for perforated appendix, is doing as well as can be expected. NEW DAYTON NEWS New Dayton, Aug. Van Me- ier, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fry, visited at Ihe Laniei- home at Wilson on Wednesday night. Miss Patterson entertained a few 'riends this week at tlie home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Scott. Geo. Whitsel, who been doing lomcstend duty in 1-4, has returned lome to help with the harvest. Mrs. Graham, of Dayton, Ohio, is vis ting her sister, Mrs. Juo. Cress. Mrs. "Jrnham, who is accompanied -by her laughter, lias spent six weeks in the 'acific co.untry and Yellowstone Park. The moonilght picnic arranged for jalurday night in Middle Coulee, in onor of- .Miss McCanna, will have to e postponed because of the condition of the %veather. W. T. Hamilton, of tbe Bank of Mon- treal staff, leaves todny for holidays at. Alacleod and Calgary. The excursion expected today from Dayton, Ohio, cannot be., a, pleasant one, owing lo weather conditions. Isaac Fry left on Thursday last for California, where he will probably make his home. .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Corey, ami .Mr. and .Mrs. Ernest Corey, of Xenia, O., visited New Dayton from Lethbridge on Saturday last. Mrs. Blair, of Lethbridge, who has jeen the guest of her mother at the Sick farm, returned home on Thurs- lay. Work on the school lias .been sns- pending the arrival of tho bell Little Hull] Galbvaith, of Letll Raymond has three baseball bridge, is (his week the guest of Mir- and [ho last organized is as cnthus-1'anl'McDonald. John P. Macicay, of King's Lake, iastic as any of them. The lumber business is picking up n town, and Gordon and Stark who have recently bought out Hie Alberta Lumber and Hardware Co., of Raj- was a visitor at the hotel this week. Tlie Ladies' Aid society of New Day- ton church met at the- home of Airs. C. I. Mahood, on Thursday last. The were present: Mrs. report a big rush .for material following ladle: For granaries, hayracks, bnrns and out- Cress, Mrs. Gn buildings. They have just p.ut two More-land, .Mrs. Mahood and the .Miss- es Morcland, Van Meter, Canna, cars of lumber and half n car of shin a house and two barns for Willard Bronson. The house and one in I'll is on the Collelt farm, and the Grccno, Whilsol and Dora Whltsel. Mills Carrie Seplica a'nd Mrs. Mc- FOR QUICK SALE The old Ives ranch, 370 acres, 4 1-2 miles west of Pincher Creek, al! fenced, excellent house and stable, beautiful running water, 25 acres tim- othy, 20 acres wheat, one o[ the best mixed farms in the district, land adjoining sold for per acre last year, per acre buys tlie whole, thing. Easy terms. Apply Monday and P. J. DALY CALGARY Room 5, Albertt Block Your rent will buy a home Lots, only 5 blocks cant North Ward school on Fifth and Sixth Ave. are now on the market at the jow price of 1150 each. cash, and per month. For sale by The Caseaden Lain] Co. MACDONALO BLOCK. Kec have _____ to tho Miami farm for other barn on Mr. Bronson's town summer. perty. Tho same contracting firm t Lusconibe has vacated the hd- have also finished remodelling the rcb- aml Jolln Whltsel Is agnin a ten- Idence of -Mark Y. Cannon on Broad- nllt- Hon. R. Lemieux Postmaster General, who will succeed Hen. L. P, Brodiur M Mlniitc Marine Fnherlci A. float, has been at work several j days on Broadway levelling the lunyis. The rain of yesterday will revert the roadway to its original roughness. In dry weather the street is one of tiie best, lint when -rain -falls on it It be- ccmos almost impassable. There ht to be a crossing about Park street. C. Caru and Sons.have brought [from Hie ranch a nice three-year-old j filly and a four-year-old mare and colt, all registered get them In shape for Kayinond fair. Prince Hoe- buck, who got second in tho Clyde stallion class last year, will again be shown. W. J. Crowo, of the Great Wont Per- manent Loan Co., of Winnipeg, Is in town this week, trying to interest lo- cal capitalists In stock shares in the Canadian National Fire Insurance Co.! Mr. Crowe's company has a subscribed I caplt-al of over is Sherlock St. THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA' IfiO Fenced. Stable, etc. 80 la Spring wheat. Price 120.00 :pflr Fine Rental Proposition 1-1 section Irrigated -land within 5 miles of the city. 80 acres already in alfalfa. H.J.H.Skeith 1343 Opp, Hotel Alexandra acre. cash, in half crop payments. 640 500 acres in crop, Spring looking splendid. S miles from a town. per acre. i We have some splendid fnapi In raw land, close to Weybum survey, 'for j from to per acre. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Successor" to The Lpnd Co, ;