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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 14 THE LETliBRIDGK DAILY Angus! 10, IOL2. WOMAN DIZZY PARTLY NUMB Doctors Did Her No Teitifict How She Was Helped by LydiaE. Pink- ham's Compound. faJl I had fe- male weakness very bad, and ner- i vous and run down. I I was dizzy tnd had 1 numb feelings and j my eyes ached. I 1 took doctor's medi- cines but they did 1 me no good, so I de- J cided to try LydiaE. I Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. I did J so, and now I feel j stronger and better. I have told 'Other women what Mrs. Pinkham's medicines have done for me and give you permis- sion-te publish this letter for the good of HULDA ERICKSON, 506 Uaysville Avenue, Zanesville, Ohio. More Proof. Burlington, Iowa. years I suf- fered a great deal from female troubles. I hi thi Big Hay Crop at Cardston Cardslou, AIIR. V. Reciler end of this month to assume her dut- tills week (o Lrthhriilgc lliere. cars oi bi-cl.Ior local city use. A shipment ot eighteen cars ol Dr. A'Arc anil Mrs. D'Arc., ot Dia- lie.-( cattle were shipped t'ilv were in Cardston on 'ruesuny "lf lmlm" Ion, Ironsides nn.l Fares or butchering in their retail business there. These e.iltlc have been running on the lease ol the McUw.cn Cattle (.'o., which Gordon, Ironsides ami Fares have leased for Tuesday en route Iroi.l the .Waterlou j by (ionion, Ironsides Lakes, "where they had'been spending a Dan Christie, brother ol Dr. V. V. Christie, is ill at Twin Lake with inflammatory rheumatism, and .is der I He doctor's care. Wm. .H. Holl, contractor tor the m Excursion train which arrived Hank of'Montreal, at t'ardston, is was liisliop Sloan, rapidly -pushing the work to comple- o! 'Kimball. now llishop oi lion. A large ping lit men are busy j Logan, Utah, ami work on 'the interior will begin shortly. 11. S. Philips was a Macleod visitor and wife Wood, of Salt 1 like City, formerly of Magrath, (alhcr oi President H. .1. Wood, and T. II, Marker to Hie exhibition where Mr. Woolford, oi Smithfield, Cash 'o., last week, going over with X. j rtah, formerly of Cardston and Wool- Barker to the exhibition, where Mr. llarkcr was the judge in the poultry jiiss the Henso'n studio, class. returning by trail across photographed the Congress choir at the lllood Reserve on Saturday the'mi-elms house last Saturday af- noon. Iternoon. About ninety-eight tic.lved W. II. Fairlield, superintendent of !out to practice, and are represented ihe I-Apcrimental Farm at I.eth-, in the picture. Another exposure will erea "Mm icnimc i r, had pains and felt sick nearly all bridge, came to Cardston on I-nday j be made nest Sunday .afternoon. !n it time. I saw l.ydia E. Pinkham's and on Saturday joined his family! the Tabernacle steps, when it is hop- egetable Compound advertised and are fiimping at- the ed that with the beller-tockRtound heard that it had .helped other suffering 'women so I felt sure .it would do me good. Sure enough it did. The first bottle helped me and now 1 am strong tnd well woman. I would not be with- 'out itlnthe ANNA Hio- CINS, 1125 Agency St., Burlington, Iowa. There need be no doubt about the of this grand old remedy, mado from the roots wid herbs of our fields, to (remedy diseases. We possess IvoluraM of proof of this fact, enough 'to convince the mart skeptical. 'don't you try it? RAYMOND DOINGS Avoitle Whitney of Salt Lake City 'ind'President .McMurrin, one of the Isevtn presidents of seventies, are4be tgeneVal committee delegates to the litak'e conference which is being held today and tomorrow. .Mrs. Ly- Mrs. Hyde represented tlie Women's Belief Society yesterday. Mr Whitney while here was the guest of President Allen. President McMturin. Mrs; Lyman and Mrs. Hyde ware the guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me-, Carty. ItMs reported in Raymond that Ma- grath ball teani is to play here today] [bis year against. RaymgrA-I. There seems, how- ever, to' be an "'uncertainty about, it. At time this budget goes to-press we :iave not. an authentic announce- ment to make, ft 'was also reported that the White Sox of Lethbridge were 10 be here, but this report also hasTbeen denied.: Working on Roads The road making gang under the toreinan'ship of John fowelson is now j working south of Raymond to Kipp Coulee.. Jlr. Powelson reports.- that splendid roads'have been made across 'Middle coulee, three grades having leen put In. One at the Buck ranch, Dapew's and a third at Card's. This will greatly facilitate the haul- ring of grain in this district as most jot ;the grain any distance south cf fHaymond has to cross this coulee. Wm. Blair has in his store window a batch of registered pups which he has been selling. The pups are from "Fire a dog imported from Manchester by A. P. Holt of Leth- and owned by Mr. fro Blair bimielf. ?25 apisce is the price Blair has been gutting, and all. are sold. There is on exhibition in the via- jdow-ot the Security. Investment'Co. ian immense cauliflower grown in the garden of Hyram Kimball at Ray- lond. Tbis gard-en lias never been nor fertilized, and has been growing vegetables continuously for nine years. This cauliflower is one of the largest and best formed that lias ever been shown in Raymond. Principal of Blairmore School Word haa been received at Ray- jjnond that J. W. Verge and Miss Ijiira. j Redd we-r'e successful in their exam- iinatlonfi for first class certificates they tried here Ihis summer. FRECKLES Don't Hide them with a Veil; Rtmoye them with the new Drug An eminent skin specialist re- cently .discovered a new drug, "othine-doflble strengtli, which is so uniformly successful in re- freckles and giving a 'clear beautiful complexion that :It, in flold'by'J. D. Iliginhotharn Jk ,Cp., Ltd., under an absoluie giiartatee to refund the money if 'it i falls. Don't hide your freckles un- der a veil; set an ounce'of othine and remove them. Even the flrnt might's use will show. wonderful Improvement, some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirels'. It is absolutely harm- leas, and cannot injure the most tender skin. Re sure (o aak for the double- strength oUtlne; It to this thai If: sold on'tlie money hack guar- antee. .1. D, Co., Ltd. id Lakes Mr. Fairfield spent a lew J a belter picture may he got. The ilavs there before returning to his print of last Sunday is S x inches work at ihe i-irm. jand the photograph is a very excel- Mrs. Marker, of El." Paso, Texas, lent one. has written to her brother that Comrilnint has been made to the 500 people in the Mormon colony in Herald correspondent that cows are sister of M. A. Coombs, of Cardston, 'now allowed to run -at large on the which she resides, have moved away.streets of Cardston, notwithstanding to a place of safety. The. attacks arc j the fact that there is a bylaw pro- not- upon the Mormon people, but Ihis. An endeavor, is being on all Americans residing in the ills- made on the part oi several Cardston trict in which the rebellion is being .'citizens to grow trees- and plant j lawns, but long as the cow miss- j Mr. Hurton, of Hurton and they, is allowed in Cardston work ot novelty merchants oi Cardston, ac- 'this kind cannot be promoted to its companied by Mts. Hurton, left on-best issue. Tuesday morning for a trip to the j The regular !r.'.inthly meeting ol the Pacific coast. Mr. Burton goes partly i Priesthood, oi the Church bt( .Jesus to benefit Mrs. Burton's health and j Christ of Latter. Day Saints, Canis- partiy to look over additional goods [ton, was held on Saturday last., with which to stock a store into [Presiiient Wood was in the chair .at which the lirm is moving. j the general meeting and conducted the Everybody in Cai'dston district is'opening exercises. After this The haying. Sonic very excellent grades separated for regular dcpart- 'ment work, and in the auxiliary meet- ings-instructions were given by the heads of the different departments Mrs. H. L. Itinman for the Relief Sor ciety Mrs. C. K. Snow, for the Young Ladies' Mutual improvement association, and Mrs. W.-O. Biglow for the-Primary. The men gathered in ENJOYING THE BEST OF mm Curd His Rkmitisi NEWS OF DISTRICT i. r. 563 CnuKCi: ST., TORONTO. I want to say to the people of Toronto elsewhere that "Fniit-a-tivcs" is my only mediciue nnd has been for the last four years. Previous to that. I hud been very much troubled with Rheumatism find Kidney and had taten many remedies as welt employing hot application.; of salt bag! etc., without gelling satisfactory results. Xoticinjs the advertisement of "Pruit- I adopted this treatment alto- gctlier and. as evervlody knows, since taking I have bcrn .enjoying the very best health and find :t a pleasure to "follow my vocation of Daucineand Deportment PROP. J. F. DAVIS. Prof. Davis, the ccUV-ralMl teacher of dancing anil deportment in Torontc, is quite frank in stating that "Fruit-a- lives" alone curtd him of distressing Rheumatism anil Kidney Trouble. Sec. a bnr, 6 for <2.jQ, trial size, 250. S t nil dealers or rsint on receipt of prict by Fruit-a-Uves Limited, Ottawa. _______ Ifinl Travellers' association. Welling, Aug. dance was heldj S. Pcacwk, of l.elhhriilge, on Wednesday night in the school irsenting Hie Millar Morse iKmlwimi house. j company, was in 'this week Miss llcnlcins, of the sinlf of the looking up business. Hank of Montreal, at Raymond, was Messrs. L. C. Stevens and K. T. the guest of 'Miss Sinclair on Wed- FilKsimmonK were business visitors nesday night. jto l.i-thhridgc this week. J. T. llenninger has been shipping j Several parlies of .intent anglers a regular supply of dressed pork and' left tbis -week lo lish the turbulent mutton to the Forty-One Meat ot Ihe North Fork, in quest ki-t on the Crow's Nest railway. 'of the speckled beauties. We lo A bridge and building gang ol the tre lire boys return with a large C.P.K. lias a work train on the as the North Fork gets the, ing here and is doing some icpair hcing the bi-st. fishing; ground work to bridges between here and Jn the surrounding district. Magrath. i Mrs. M. Dave was visiting with A government road gang is at work friends in Colcman this wrek. Jin the vicinity of W'eliiug, making Mr. II. Tonks was taken ill this graiiod road, which will be a oi week with a slight attack ot micu- a trunk line which is being construct-.n-.onia, and hope lie will have a- cd.between Cardston And Lcthbridgc. speedy recovery. Mr. Mcllac, cattle buyer of i 'al- One of the. old timers ot the 1'ass gary, was here on Wednesday night'in the person of -lack Dooley blew and bought 'a sonsigmuent ot fcots into camp this wrok from the Yel- from .1. T. lleninger. The shipment lowhead i'a.ss, an.i was shaking hands i was lo.ulfd on Thursday morning. Mr. with old acquaintances. I .McHac spent Wednesday night tlth. Mrs. II. T. FilVsimmons spent the j Mr. and Mrs. Hen'nger. week end with friends in Blairmore. I The regular stake conference ot tlie; Constable .lager, of took in Mormon church is to he held in the the sights of the town this fust ward mi-r'ting house in ttlj-i Quite, a larce number ot Hurniis niond on Saturday and .Sunday next, people travelled to Blairmore, on j There will no in the Wednesday evening to-take in the .churcii in order to permit of Jilairmore-Biirmis football game. Welling people lo attend. Constable Hancock, of the R.N'.W. Welling Sunday school took a day'M. Police, left thfs week to attend off yesterday for a picnic at the river drill at bottom at Ihe St. Mary's river. Ai game was played between the' of grass.have been put up. and ttiere is in store in this district-a splendid lot of feed for next season. In the district, to the west and all the to tire mountains there is an abund- ant supply oi feed, and the country tlie large crop of aw considerable hay .-.to sell. Not as lartre a number as was ex- pec ted arrived on the excursion train j one class-and -received instruction from President Wood. At 11.3l) o'clock the excursion tjain Utah arrived and President from Utah on Saturday. Owing to from some mislake'in the departure of the [Wood's father', Wood, of Gait train from' Great 'Kails a number of j- Lake City, eniered the building, "and the excursionists were left in thai city and came on Monday last. About lifty in all were ticketted for Cards- ton. Miss Gundry, a former teacher, on was called to the front- am! took the 'remainder .of the period allotted 'to President Wood. The aged, pioneer, spoke words of and ex-; hortation to 'his..hearers, calling'at- .Ff, who i tention to the trials oi the early the Cardston Public school stal., has for some time separated herself days and the blessings enjoyed .by the from teaching for the benefit of people toilay. Tie alsoi made a favorable comparison hetween this country from which "the Mormons have come- health; has accepted the primary de- partment of the Stirling Public ichool, and will be leaving .at the These two candidates are to be con-, gratulated considering so few of those who trWd this'examination were suc- cessful. Mr. Verge has received the appointment of principal in Blairmore public school. Miss Honnie Love.received her for- mal appointment as local agent o-f thi Alberta 'government telephone ex-; change at Raymond.on Thursday of this week. Miss Love has been de- voting a great deal of her time to her work and us a result the service given to Raymond subscribers has been very much improved. In the absence of Miss Witbeck, Miss Flaurelle Love is helping Miss Love at the switchboard. Best Crop in Hiitory Mark Y. Croxall was in town yes- terday from the Ridge, and reports that harvesting has begun in his dist- rict. Mr. CroxBll; informed the Her- ald that barring hail or damage from slmiiiir Ridge district will this year'produce, the largest crop In its history. Chas. Huddle spent from Saturday last to Wednesday in Raymond with bis family. He is at the present time living -with a .daughter, Mrs. A. J. Hal, and is there hhVtrade as painter. Mr, Huddle reports business in his line brisk at the Hat.-. Soo Woo Lee, .the little Chinese son of Soo Woo Toy( is living In Raymond with Y. iH. Ylng, and will go to school here. The little fellow Is Ht- trading considerable attention, In that fro Is the first Chinese boy to lake up residence in Raymond. Fourteen Binders at Work J, T. Henlnger, of Welling, Tins had fourteen binders working, 'or the greater part of this week, each run- ning sixteen hours per day. By to- night Mr. lUn'nger hopes lo have all bis full wheat nit. .Ghrlstianson, who was operated "for- appendicitis some time ago, is making splendid recovery under the care of Mrs, Cooper, at whose home she In recnporatinp. .Tho Women'! .Institute mest In the WhinY office on Wednesday afternotn, Aucuil.lVftt 3 o'clock. Pa- pers on interesting subjects 'will be given, and a full turn out of ladies of the town and district is'requested to be in attendance. Commercial travellers visiting Ray- mond all seem in sympathy with War- ner's protest against the decisions.of the umpire in the league game with Tnber at Lethbridge last Wednesday. Several of them know base ball affirm that Warner will win the, pro- test. Miss Olga Anderson, who has been on a vacation for the holidays at Cardsion, Aetna and Kimball, return- ed home, on Wednesday morning. Miss Tay Fisher, who has been spending.two weeks visiting friends at Cardston, returned to -her home in Raymond this week. Mrs. J. A. Green, who has been visit- ing at the'home of Mrs. R. A. Gillies left .this morning home in Havre, Mont. They keep the whole system in the pinK of Their singular- curative pro- perties discovere'd by an Indian toctvillzatfon nearly a century pounded since 1857 in tha Ccmstcck BrockvHlc, Ontario. Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills have i remarkable record (or consistently curing eonttlpa- tlon.blHousnessandlndlgMtlon. purifying ihe banishing headaches and clxrlnj H (kin, GRADING DONE BY SEPTEMBER .Stirling, Aug. advertising car Hunger's circus was brought from Hnymond: by the morning local on'Thursday up here.by Falls train.and taken on !n Warner. Hiss .Humphries and. Miss Perkins left this week for Banff, where they are to'enjoy a holiday at the summer school of instruction held under the auspices of the Alberta Sunday School Association. The bridge and' building sang of the C. P. R. and the siding gang both .of .which have1 working, on- the Sflrling-Weyhnrniline and in the yard junction lefr this week, the-sid- Ing garig''going to Standard. Alta. j On'account of .'the regular .stake conference which is being held in Raymond on .Saturday and Sunday, there will be no meeting in .the meet- ing house, on Sunday. It is expected that, a large number of StiTling peo- .ple 'will be Innattendance a't this meeting; Several train'.loads of ties were piled in''the. storage.house this From .the number of slabs which the company: are deliver- ing they seem to be quite certain that proper snow fences are erected on tbis to prevent the'possibility of a snow blockade. The living cars of the gang who are constructing ,the telegraph line between Stirling and Cardston were brought back from Raymond en Thurs day. and are again on the siding here. The poles are being set in the C. P. H. yards'at this point, and wires will immediately be strung, giving Ray- mond a telegraph from Stir- ling by the end of this week. The Alberta Wheat Growers have finished cutting -fall wheat on their farm at Wells Siding. The Sick farm has cut SO acres of rye on the piece of land along the irrigation canal. Oraln .on the Wells ami Anderson farm is'late this year, but will pro- duce the heaviest crop in the entire district. TinK-.thy'a constrnclion camp has made another move nearer to Stir- iinf, still and further progress in Ihe woril, of grading the line. The first of September, will see the great bulk of th-3 grading done, and by that time It will be possible to lay- ing of steel. Miss Grundy ot Cardston, a thor- oughly qualified and experienced tea- cher, has been engaged -for the prim- ary department of Sllrliiig .public school, and will be here for the open- ing of the school on Ihe 2tith. of Ann- UF.t. Mr. Spackman and Miss Taylor of last year's staff to continue this year, but it is understood that Miss Perkins and Miss Robertson are not to return. program of athletics was carried out. Gramim, Aug. Tlie Gramim Fair Mrs. J. L. .Mustyn is doing a sp'leu- opened this morning with everything did work in Ihe district in lessons she [lying liigh. Flags nil over town aclil- is givins; in elocution and embroidery. !cd to the appearance greatly: On Wednesday afternoon she held hen A young lad by the name of Vale embroidery class at which Mrs. A. had a narrow escape from being se- ll. Wilde, Jliss Klsic Willie, Miss verely hurt. Young Vale was cntcr- Kailp Bullock, Miss Sinclair and -Miss ing for a race when his horse took the Bulloclc were present. i fence and 'bucked. The smartness of I young Vale saved him from a bad 'M- .lack an.l Warren Cochkhn arrived married men nnri the boys, an< a GKAXUM HOSMEB Hosmer. Aug. H. Whim-; jn iown 'to attend the fail', ster, of Fcrnie, paid a visit to Hosmer ,ooki Mn thlrir on Wednesday, accompanied by her j daughters, Mrs. A..1. Burnstde of cast- ner, Alta., and Mrs. Hargraves, of a n'lsl'! Alta. from a riog to il .Mr.'and Mrs. Fred Slater came in i visitor in town. The dqg was'taken from the west on Wednesday eveningfaml tied up and will lie kept so tor and arc the guests of Mr. nnd 'Mrs.j nine days by the order of Dr. S. Mc- Clarence Hiltz; Fred Slater was at oncj time a resident of Hosmer, while Mrs. j jjaiev- arrived home this morn- Slater, will he more readily remember- j inu.'. a trip e.iKt. ed by her majden name of on pa: ner' here; two town police ar.fl two Oddfellpwship is going steadily ahead in Hosmer, and on evening last three candidates were! Bill Burrows opened up the Q. K. put through the initiatory ordeal ol] Barber shop this .morning and it is "riding the goat." i certainly a credit to our. little, town. The contract miners are wearing a] A carload oi telephone poles fcro broad smile just now and well tbeyj unloaded here this week for the Na- nay, for if reports are tur'ai Company's phone line. SEWING MACHINES .Repaired fuicl made to work like nosv. Niven Bros. Machinists, this desire, he immediately picked up and came back to Woolforri. Mr. Wool- ford now intends to go-back and sell (lie properly which lie has in Smith- field arid (.'ash Co., Utah, and come hack to sperm! the remainder of his days in the district which has been callftd after him. Speaking with several farmers this week, the Wool ford scribe received Ihe information from them -that the average yield of winter wheat in the district would be forty bush- els to the acre. They also stated Ufa I they believed that oats through- nut (lie entire district.would average SO bushels and said that manytpiecea would go over 100 CARDSTON'S STAFF OF TEACHERS Cardston, Alta., Aug. Card- slon Board have lately completed their stafr of teachers (or next term. As near as can be arranged at the present time the following will be the teachers and the grades of which they are to have charge; ,f. Low will again assume the principalehip, and will have charge of grade eleven; Stanley Davis, of Calgary, who cornea with a first-class-certificate, will have charge-of grades eight and Kd- gar Ij.-. Itice, of Man., .baa been'given grade eight; Miss Curdy two year's teachei'S; will have .grades seven and Archibald, of Schiibenacadia will have'grade five; "Jltss Smith of grade four; Miss Brimton.'.oC. Port N.S., grade j three; Mies Patrick and Miss -Seers, I both of last year's staff, will havo grades two a.n-tl one, respectively, while Afiss Kimball, o-." Fort Saskatche wan; Aita" 'will :ha've'; eharge of 'the Kintlgarten. air. Jos. Benner will ihia year again have charge of ,the music of the sohopi." a staff of the Board believe is "one of the'best they have ever en- gaged. Richards returned home lay evening from a three months' trip to Ottawa. as .1 inev Qranum can lKMsl lhrCC yards, Mr. Vcnsland opening of them made good money last month. No second teacher has yet gaged for the Hosmer school, and if something is: not done in this matter pretty loolts as if they w have to open up 'without- one. yau.s, Jay from Coal "Creek-has been engag- up, the, latest ed a3 principal, and comes with ex- cellent recommendations and has al- FROM 2-15 ready taken up his residence in Hra- mer. Farmers are jubilant over the crop We hear that Mr. Harry A. Mara, prospccts. Although there arc some late accountant .at the Hosmer mine, MAs of manj. a roaring i-jal estate business, raal.e ft Muc'n in the bustling dtyjrrwinmpeg. j has been, cut, and threshing will be- _________ gin this week.: Burmis Aug. 8.-L. C. Stevens was Frank McMahor, returned from Stir- the Burmis representative at where he has been employed on Southern Alberta Pass league meet-; the railroad and will work for J. ine, which was held in the Blairmore I -lochem throughout, the harvest. I hold, Blairmore, to consider the pro-1 Mr. Snapp, oi Kansas, is nsitinn made hy Burmis against Lille, .his brother, ficuhrn Snapp on his on the game that was replayed at-bonrtslcad. Frank on the 211th ult., but owing to ".Its' Gisl, will work for Henry Tom- Eoaic of the 'representatives from through Ihe harvest and thresh- other teams failing to turn up, the season. meeting was postponed. i Kcv- S'll'-'r' Messrs. 11. .K. iiiddlc and 1.0. T.i'lay night with Ceo. Barrows and attended the. dance -giv- fam'h en at the Hotel, Frank, i Communjon. service at the. MS .school house next Sunday, Aug. 11. Bimaiis BOYS SUFFOCATE IN STEEL SAFt Geneva. AUR. Swiss school, boys, aged respectively 1.0 and 12, met with a horrible death at Colre, the capital of the Canton of. Orisons, by suffocation In a steel safe, while they were playing hide and seek with their comrades. Klnding tbn safe open the little fel- lows entered It closed the door, which they could not re-open, and their companions gave up the galitft after a lonf search. The parents of were informed of what had occurred and discovered the of their children. NA-DRU-CO Royal Rose Talcum Powder dainly embodiment 1 cf tlie queenly of beit Italian Talc, pound to impalpable to which added toothing, heiling, intiieplic i n g t c d i c n I s, Ni-Dru-Co Talcum Powder keeps tlia ikin toil, comfortable, and heiuttful. It M toilet WOOLFORD tin, at your Druggisl'i --or wrile lot urnpU lo NATlSNAl. DRUG CHEMICAL DO. Of CANADA, LIMITED. Woolford, Alta., Aug. is re- ported here that'.lohnson Bros, at Haley have sojd a half section ,if land to .Maiiin and JV'Iford Allrcd, of Ray- mond, for an acre. I I.cvi HectcUand .1. M. Tanner left Tuesday'last for they inlend purchasing a bunch of sheep for purposes in the Wonlford district. Mr. lirclell told the scribe the. "ftiornlng he left thai jthcy anticipate bringing at least sheep. T. II. Woolford, who has been away from Woollord for one year, is hack, coming up with the excursionists from Salt Lake City, interviewed by a Herald reporter on his return, Mr. Woolford told of going lo flic- Mor- mon r-stnlc and building a home with (he inlenlion of spending the remain- der of his life there. He was noi long settled, however, when a longing came over him io get back fo Sunny Isotillicin Alberta, and in answer to REDEMPTIONISr FATHERS' Toronto, Aug. new vice-pro, vince of the order of Redemptlonist Fathers was created here this morn- ing by. an'order, of .the Superior Gen- eral, Rev. .Patrick Jlnrray, who ap- points Rev. Wm. H. Brick, rector of St. Patrick's Church here, as its head, with the title of vice-provincial. The new district will be known as the -English-Canadian province of. To- It will embrace the houses'' of St. Patrick's, Toronto; Ste. Quebec, and. St. Peter's, in St. John, N.B. Its es- tablishment entails the transfer of many members to new appointments. Where You Enter- tain Your Guests Jlonc is not for its inm.ilus alone, but eveniiit wcrc.it should be and nrlbtic as possible. Therefore tht decorating of the DininR Room.should re- efill and seripui cbtuideritWH 'Smooth ni Al Stone'' Enables the Iiome-maVer tn prodnee lie itermancnt effects never possible. Ilis the new finish lor phitsr cr.d meial walls ceilinRS. -Fine (or rcnnishins burlap. SilUjtone !s durable nnd saniiaty-ia not affeclcd b? Mtam or tnoistiirc-miy be ihoroiisMy cleanied with warm water and pure CAillie sow. Suitable for every wall in 'the pi'" of piper ind Sislccn beautiful colours and SoUl br Wrttt todiy lor tree of for paint uKtfc v. G.F.STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS wiNNiptc. CANADA URAMCrt At SOLE AGENT FOR LETHBRIDOB Hayp Hdw. Co, ;