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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page The Lethbridge Dally Herald, unlay, August 20, T m i 1 I Herbert S. Bigelow, oi Ohio, a noted American reformer and i Miui Edited by Phone 1052 1 A I right hand man of Torn L. Johnston! ''I'JilV in many an Ohio political is to be in Lethbriuge on Tuesday. A Goi.v sent to the undersigned asking lum to call with Pure Milk and Cream will be promptly attended .to A sanitary dairy has been- fitted up. and one call will make you a satisfied .customer E. PELTIER Bos 1867 Lethbridge SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and W. H. .Morris and Mr.! the evening he will lecture at the j and -Mrs. Xlvea returned this morn-j i theatre under the auspices oi j ing fvoui a week's vacation at Elko, the Canadian Club oi Lethbritige on j B. C. j i the Grand Junction Plan of Coramis-1 j sion government for cities. The Grand Junction plan is the most advanced form oi commission ffovcrnment and in view of the fact is Book and Publish- ing To General Conference Victoria, B. C.. Aug. report the Methodist book committee is: in part as follows: Methodism has always provided for, Young' for the "past two weeks, re- i encouraged mental culture. Wes- i Mrs. ttevoll and have been the guests of Mrs. C. R. turned to their home in Jlrs. Mew burn entertained a few Winnipeg Ie5" 'was a prolific producer of literary j works, which he had printed in popu- lar editions. He established the first magazine published. It is not sur- that a somewhat similar plan is to Thursday evenin, be submitted to a vote oi the people of this ciiy within a short time, j I there will probably be a big attend-1 mends at Bridge last evening. The j prising to find the Canadian branch aacc of those interested. I drawing rooms, where the five card of Methodism thoroughly alive to the If Mr. Bigelow is in the city in j tables had been placed, were bright- demands of the age and country, and .time, a luncheon oi the Canadian club j ened quantities of sweet peas j that under the management of Rev. will be held at one o'clock in the of various hues. After several games j Briggs, D.D., they have the Alexandra Cafe at which he will be j >jad been played an inviting menu t largest book store and publishing FIRE-POT oi a should be able to endure beat and is repel the cj The material commonly for a fire-pot in gray iron. The SuasMne fire-pot Stwi- SteeL Now, avoiding1 technical terms, gray iron has what may be called "open" pores. Through these "open" pores the destructive sulphur fumes attack the iron and hasten disintegration. On the other hand, Semi- Steel is a close-grained ma- terial, with a smooth-aa-gloas surface which practically aeals or "closes" up the pores. Semi- easily repels the attacks runiei and thus prolongs the of if trt-fot weigh 're per cent, heavier ikon tht fantt size and pattern in gray iron. It is therefore better able to endure tremendous htaL Semi-Steel la made by an tfcfasivt McClary process. You can only get a Semi-Steel fire-pot with a Mcdaiy furnace. That is one strong reason way you should the Sunshine Installed in your Our agent in your locality will tell you many other reasons. Ask him. Kemernber. the Sunshine Is guaranteed, by the largest makers cf furnaces In British Empire, to Iteat your home to your entire- satisfaction. 45 the guest and at which he will prob- ablv make a short address. A- E. LEADBETTER High Class Pastry Cooks 110 Round St. Rochon's Old Stand are now open for business. Brides' Cakes and Fancy Cak- es made to order. Satisfaction given or money returned. Try our noted meat pies. They are delicious. Give us a call and be convinced. Afternoon teas and light lunches pro- Tided. GREAT BRITAIN'S NEWEST WARSHIP Portsmouth, Aug. Orion. Great Britain's newest and greatest battleship, was launched here in the (presence of King Alfonso and Queen j Victoria, of Spain and a distinguished [gathering of naval officers and repre- jsentatives of public life. Compared fwith the armored cruiser Lion of :350 -tons, just launched, the Orion will 'displace only tons but her ten jlS.o inch guns and her new deadly {equipment of torpedos, renders her by j far the most powerful battleship afloat. [The new torpedoes to be carried by J the Orion weigh nearly a 'ton, and its j range will exceed yards, at a i speed of forty knots. The torpedo carries a charge of gun cotton weigh- jing 250 pounds. The Orion will have a speed of 21 knots and will carry I thousand tons of fuel giving her an unusually vv-ide range of action. was served at the small tables, in Canada, JDr. tfriggs has en- the honor favors awarded Mrs. Loth- bridge and -Mr. Conybeare. The players were Mr. and Mrs. Ag- new, Mr. and Mrs. Tinning, Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan. Dr. and Mrs. O'Hag- on, Mr. and Mrs. Lethbridge, Mrs. Starnes, Mrs. Reeve. Miss Agnew, Dr. couraged "home manufacture" by j making a specialty of publishing Can- adian literature. That sometimes he purs on the market works of inferior quality is only incidental. His policy is a good one. The turn over figures are wonderful, running up into the Clark. Mr. E. H. Wilson and Mr. 1 Billions! The Book Room has two Conybeare. branches, one at Halifax, in charge of Mr. P. W. Mosher, another in Mont- Gordon Klem, a ten-year-old was drowned at Braceport Be sure and -take a bottle of Cham- ACCIDENT IN COLEMAN MINE At Coleman on Wednesday mom- ling, Albert Jagos, while at work in j No, 2 mine of the International Coal lad, and Coke company, was caught be- tween the car and the chute result- ing in a fractured jaw and other bod- ily injuries, the extent of which are Mrs. William Hall and Miss Howard of Springhili. Nova Scotia, are the" guests of Mrs. Timothy Leadbetter, Westminster Road, for a few days, before continuing their journey to the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Mewburn and a few congenial friends were delightfully serenaded by the Miners Band Thurs- day evening. The hand took posses- sion of the spacious lawn, and for over an hour entertained the host and hostess and their guests, with a splen- did programme, Mrs. Francis A. Tadman and Mis Kathleen, of Cranbrook, left on Wed- nesday for Victoria, B.-C.. and will be away several weeks visiting different points at the coast. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES London. Toronto, Montreal. Winnipeg, Vancouver, St_ John. N.B.. Hamilton. Calvary. For Sale by Stafford-Agnew Co., Lethbridge real.' in charge of William Coates. Many contend that there is a pressing; need for a branch in western Canada. It looks like it, but the policy in this" is to go slowly and have regard to economy and efficiency in establishing a good working plant. The Book Room sales at Halifax during the quadrennial amount to! profits ?15.291: expenses 613; bad debts, leaving a net profit of The Wesleyan, the church paper for Maritime Methodism, is published at a small loss to the church. This branch on -the whole has increased its profits over last quadrennium by 51.685. The -Mom-real sales were 142 during the four years. The bal- ance is on the wrong side. While the literary and moral effect of hav- ing these small book rooms scattered over the country may be good, it is PASTORS STAY ONLY FOUR YEARS (Continued from front The Wesley Epworth League ice I manifest that they are not very heavy crearu social was a decided success money producers. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you -when your trip this summer obtained on board the trains or steam- tion. It was Mike, a -brother of this last evening. The evening was so de-j Coming ro the Central Book Room lighcful that over eighty people 'be- in Toronto where the best skill is i ana .uiarrnoea a0j. Vn0-Km TTP ,c at nrAcont in1 :n starting oaiT, w Et present in j took themselves to the class rooms! concentrated, where the equipment It cannot be f a senous of the church and enjoyed the ice I and organization is kept as near up f 1 ATI T r e- ATi Lra I ers. Changes of water and climate of- ten cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared, all druggists. Sold by unfortunate, who succumbed a few weeks ago while at work for the same company. DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS, CHOLERA CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEASICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT, and LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MAT BE RAPIDLY AND EFFECTUALLY CURED BY THE USE OF DR. c- EXTRACT OF 'THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYES" "Can a girl be too I hear rou exclaim, "Why, of course not: there is no such thing as being too tidy. Xobody ever arrived at such a And yet, like many virtues carried to excess, the sense of order can be overdone to the point of becoming a vice rather than a virtue. Into most of us neatness is instilled from The medcine with a record of cures extending over 55 years. You dor.'t experiment when you buy it, T.Ifi. Glcnboro. Aha. writes: '-While living ir. Ensbnd I suffered with .T-iite stomach tro'i'Yie. coiic, I took rnedininfsr and n, ilorlor attend me for sevens! weeks but I'ouiui r.o relief, i suffered terrible pain was gradually getting weaker. In I'jO'i I to Canada, and s'jS'erc-d with Summer was rccomrnen-icu to take DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF Wj D so I bought a bottle (hut had no faith in it) and it me. I now have it constantly in the house and one spoonful cures me." PHJOE 35 CH Manufactured only by Thai. CO., Limited, Toronto, The Commission Form Of Civic Government Rev. Herbert S. Bigelow Of Gincinnatti, Ohio, will deliver a Lecture on The Grand Junction, Colo., Plan in the Lyceum Theatre on Tuesday Evening, August 23rd at 8.30 p.m. Under the auspices of the Canadian Club of Lethbridge All those interested in this live question invited to attend cream and cake and other dainties prepared for them. The musical and literary numbers rendered during the evening were most entertaining, and after the programme the older guests played they were young again and joined the young folk in playing an exciting game of The net' proceeds, which will go toward the piano fund, amounted to the en- couraging sum of S14.00. s The Ladies' Aid Society of West- minster church are planning to Hold a Harvest Home festival Monday ev- ening. September 19th: also to serve Thanksgiving of Thanksgivins supper the evening day. >arly days. We are school for giving way lectured at to slovenly to1 date as possible, we have more cheering reports. The total turn over for the quadrennium after eliminat- ing all departmental transactions is an increase of I40S.571, or 21 per cent over the previous four years. The net profits total ?13i3747, an increase of over forty-five thousand dollars. Fifty-nine thousand dollars of this went -to the Superannuated Ministers' Fund. The net surplus of the book room now amounts to .Periodicals published by the Book Room, such as the Christian Guard- ian, Epworth Era and -Sunday school papers, totals to the handsome figure per issue. The printing ma- chinery is valued at about ence in Toronto next year. British Columbia, Dr. Sippreu; Alberta. Hon. W. H. Cushing: Saskatchewan Rev. J. C. Switzer; Manitoba, Dr. Woods- worth: London. Dr. T. Manning; Ham- ilton. Dr. Ross; Bay of Quinte, Dr. Burwash: Montreal. Dr. Ryckman; New Brunswick. Dr. Sprague; Nova Scotia, Rev. G-. J. Bond: Newfound- land. Hon. J. B. Woods. Dr. Carman, Dr. Briggs, H. H. Fudger and Justice .MacLaren being commissioners, were made members by general vote -Nine others will