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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, Place (Orders for DRfiYING WITH.. JUS. HUME Saiitfat-tiou (j PHONE 289 Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE. 3, Or Phone 180 Bkek Sunday School Gohvehtibn At Waitier (jet onr PRICES Corrugated Iron Galvanized ami Fainted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el We have just placed a carload of the well-knowu Metal Sbiugle ami Siding goods in stock OLNED'S JlNUFtCTURIIiG GOMPINf Office and Factory dr. 3NII BOMPIS ITIEETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St. Phone 195 i; General Teaming i We do all classes of timing ou the shortest Satis- faction guaranteed. If need coal and you want: best value your money wJ'i buy, ring'me up ou 20i. Coal delivered WM. TAYLOR Warner, Aug. convention op Saturday evening, with Rev. Conner, the pastor, acting as chair- man pro .tern. After spirited singing Rev, Fijak'biner of Didsbury was in- elected chairman for the youth may be brought THE BIG WOW COAJL MINK One of the Thickest Seams of Any Mine io the I that th Gckl. (_____ G. Snapp gave an address on! Sundav Schoo'l work, emphasizing the j (From ;Uie Herald's -Travelling Cor.) 1 Big Bow miles oust of j are truth searchers, and are those who know'the-truth and do it, The great coal, rniue, The purpose Ci tne coflv create aiid .interest in the Sun- day School throughout the en- tire community. The first topic rit." 'C-upi: ;vas spoken upon b'y Conner, Golden, Air. Dyser and iS> They told of the ne- cessity of a spirit of union the people to carry''on. the great work, and aty told of how the people of different denominations were working unitedly in the estab- lishment of Sunday Schools in these newly settled places. second topic was Work." Rev. Conner gave a spirited address on this topic and told of the opening of new appointments and I dwelt on the fact of the Christian i workers here aow being the advance (agents of the'Gospel in this great I new land. Miss Green p. told of the work and its progress in New Dayton and Mr. of life. Following thie, -Mr. Dyser gave revknho start. A in mi i son and'reach out to youth on this-route should be willr aiid interest theio in church work. a subsidy and Mrs. Mason spoke on the best...me- of thods.of secur-ng attendance. Be re- o fr'ular, punctual, be interested m each; ''coal-. aV-the :3Jiff pupil, Visit the homes. parents to attend, oiler prizes for at- tendance and provide amusements. to Why uoi make your visit :o the, Fairpro- titable by investing, in real estate? 'You car. buy nice level building lots, well' located, at prices and' 'term's that cannot be duplicated in Lethbridge and are sure to advance rapidly in -value only a" small amount o money required, balance. oa5y, this. Galvin Hatficic ROOM 4 dresses on the work. A HEAVY TOITCB v The was closed by singin Mom, rail. Aug. 11. sso. route "I've Anchored in Jesus'." morning from the Canadian Railway stock yards hotel, or -v'-hfav on the Windsor station yesterday .uJt-ernbon, Isaac ;1 cai-i-le ilrover of Irish Creek, Ont., lost 7Js pocket On read 20th chapter, The parents relation to Suhday I School was taken up by Mrs. Lust. JTJui parents shbuW set a good exam- pie by attending themselves and Sundav.' nioi'niiig the ohairiuan lesson from -1 ohn. [that the children are regular and direct their thoughts and spoke on Christ's punctual ami command to Peter. "Feed my lambs: Sunday School-lines. In- "PrepartLtions. of lesson: Mr. book, containing proceeds work and s'oCKl advice. He of a successful sale at the yards. Feed my sheep." This is the Sunday jol'.teacher's ''the God in their own hearts Fredericton. X. 13., Aug. New Brunswick of Education today hecided to introduce physical and military training in the public .scfeools of the province and also into the University of New .Brunswick. The chief support of education and the principal of the normal school appointed as committees to the matter with the -military au- thorities. OF CANADA Rest and Un- divided Profits Kvceed Tcacli Your Children Thrift An early trainiiig in saving-, as well as in earning inouey, add mucH to the future prosperity and happiness of your chiMen. opening- a Savings Account for eacb in the Union Bant, and encouraging- tliem to deposit even small sums regularly, you will teach them the habit which has always been the basis of-wealth. is sufficient to open an account, and deposits of or upwards are received. "Interest paid at highest current rate. Lethbridge R. Anderson, Manager. Stirling F. Manager. Grassy Lake W. Baillie, Manager. v f The Roofing of Quality. It has stood the test of time in every climate. Many of the very fines! buildings in America are covered with it A PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION During- the exposition in Portland, Oregon, in 1905, over one aim ;i Unlf million square feet of Maltlioid roofing, "were laid on iht- jjreat buildings there cuustructed. The rainfall in Portland is are by bright warm sun- condition that is hard on roofing. Yet; during the five mouths' uf serTice on these beautiful Imildings MALTHOID roof- in i: aucres-sfully withstood these tests, for not a leak occurred to disturb the or the whirli speaks volumes for its superiority over the roofing Ihc St. Louis Exposi- tion, whore quite n number of exhibits hi.i -uive Additional pro- lection against leaks, by the ccnstructJon of lalse roofs inside of the buildings. The South Alberta Lube SOLE AGENTS FOF SOUTHERN Dyser gave some goQjl said to seek t.he blessing of the' Holy Spirit. search' the Scriptures, -turn -tti papers commentators. Study the class. He also gave an idea Of how i to impress the unconverted. The use of lesson helps was taken up by Mr. Conner. Searoti the Scrip- tures. careful tb teach "the truth as it is. The Sunday School chart i in the home does good: do not rely On inspirations. The real inspiration is work. More preparation' has ih- l being allowed j .For besides the there-is aJso Snake 'Valley' and Tat the cross- j :ing'of the Jji'txle Bow. i, v In the country to the north of. -T.-.T-.-.-. jLethbridge there will soon be 'enough jacres this year and has about 160 'steam and gasoline traction engines -acrcs jn crop, all spring grain. One jto form a go into the and .transportation business; bo the, rail- yn piaces close on feet high." He w.ay ha-d better n'ustie.: or; lose; the a .failure spreader but did no-t job. iuse it'for ;this year's crop. But all i the manure from the thrown OVER IMPERIAL BANK VVill the Ditches be I -'-The settlers who have homesteaded land are'raising big crops of grain in ithe country to bo traversed by .the new irrigation ditches of the South [Alberta Ivantl Co., are anxious .to if any provision has.been made for bridges across the said ditches on "-all the .road allowances which 'these 'ditches will cross. I A Fine.Crop _ Eel. Church, who lives two'miles I :east of broke about eighty in jt Rev. J. M. a Methoxlist minister.; received a deed today for sixty acriis of land, worth aft from Mr. and Mrs. inons whikv7 pastor of tie spreader and when the box is 'which they awended. is spread-over the sod; tjius along the growth of the ui'l enriching" the -soil when Mr. Davis is wealthy, and. was with''the brevity jedhess of the sermons of. I iaxus -that he deteraiin'ed to make txiin tlndependent. The, deed specifies tfce [brevity of-Mr, Williams' discourses.- i as-the cohs'ideriitioh received for Auditor Was Delighted sixty comprise; :Thein.. V.' most fertile tract s laJoti Tillage.'..- Aug. 'iSfontgomery WERE SHORT j and result will be liess j desperati'oii' at class time- j At the afternoon session Mr. N.asfa. spoke on the: quaiificatibns of a sue- cessful Sunday School teacher. Tht: i teachers should to show 'them- selves that they .are approved of God regulai-, ptmc- jtu'al, tactful and .friemls of their pu- PilS. 1 j. methods in.teaching' was.; up by Mr. Culler. He explain- ed the use of; maps in. tracing events. It is necessary to '.have ..regularity, "punctuality in attendance, to in- j sist on suggestions being asked by PU- piis and God's grace in your j heart, G-reno gave interestimp: j and thoughtful paper on regularity j and punctuality. These are born of j God twin sist-ers, and are Seen in] and should be cultivated in all people. Rev. Fmk'bmer gave an interesting j j -to children. y j Mr. Kenny gave, a short talk pn the j graded Sunday School. i Mr. .Golden spqke on the relation-.of-1 I-the Sunday School to home. The! i j homo "-was .the most effective j Sunday School should be home like, and the teacher should Christian, I. training counts. 1 Hev. Finkbiner gave a po-inted ad- i dress on social intercourse, and j home life, closing the afternoon ses- jsion. At evening session, after Scrip- ,ture reading, Afr. IS'ash gave a stin- j ing ..speech in the interest of the Y. j P. A., explainino- its aims and point- ing out t-hat there; was material in j j AVarnei1 for a good live society. I j Mr. Snapp gave an address jcision-'Bay, urging that it should bo i rftcognixtrd and that it. would -help to- j j wards definite results in Sunday i {'School work. j Then followc.j well rendered J anthem by -1he choir. V Rev. Conner gave an address on combined effort, .stating that if all j.departments labored together for one end there would be an onward march Jin Sunday School wO-rk. "ho evfnir.o- session closed with a temperance sermon hy.Rev. Fiokbiner Throughout the convention the- choir gavivgi't-ai. assistance, and, the congregation iominjr in the songs the j music was spirited and icspiring to ...Anat-hijr thing iibout the. .convenlio-n wa s the good attendance. and .-the deep interest taken in it. The cause, of t.he Sunday School was advniKVd and each went" home with higher'and nobler resolves. i A lot of People are Coming Grassy AN'ENDURANCE "TEST-. .Halifax, Aug. SpringhUl strike has sotttoci down to endurance, but .there arc no deserters. "EAST .St.' John. X. B.. Aug. trains left various -maritime 'province points-today'loaded with farm labor- ers for the Canadian West. They carried upwards of Ring Up 108 When you want, IDRAYING; Done promptly 11 JOHN f Grassy lake has Grassy lake is Getting It is surrounded by a splendid farm- ing country that is rapidly being developed., The town offers good-business open- _; It has the -brightest future of any town on the Crows Nest Branch. Two, coal mines In operation. A first class brick yard in operation. ;A branch" of the Onion Bank. An up to date hotel. A practising physician. All kinds of business houses. An elevator. f. A new depot. An-e'ectric light plant. For: Fainij Lands or Town write T; R. PERRY, Tun. or WM. SALVAGE Box Albsrta Grassy LaKe; Alberta A Fine AsseriiWy Hall Open for Engagement ;