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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Baily August fully tie Page it has occupied five differ vent buildings during move Shaving been compelled r same period its hasy so its presses jin rpeclite of Vitsv large daily press is now agjd tWfirst V the Daily Herald V The Herald ranks with the city1 dailies injthe of news paper press it Cossper of 3 thousand papersan aour Her aids present can berun press handle from lour lAatlon of tnis modern invention the pages at tie one time and out folded to quarto the old system it took lish the paper and done onA in be press This press oringswith i The occupiesthe position todayof being the only a city of the inCanada with a plant ot panment a this we said before the Herfiaif PI Foirrni An J nf fhis nrefifi the printed ne press leave the composing Ihstferd plant The press type used impression of the is almost wholly in tfcelarger On she prairies west of peg there are only otiher one inRegJna and in this anticipated ii the fu it has sufficient brldge and Southern tK lieve that the population the increase its and is known as a goes to the ibasejnent and anotherim pressionis made from itupona met al mould and it is the mould that goes upon the cylinderson the r The press and ing plant weigh about tons and a give some idea the installed in to putthe Herald on as needs of the but ty a new was uponj us and invesfcin a chine that our needs ior a many insteadof instalj ling anintermediate andj having to replace in of j Subscribers tortile and thatj every are j invited to visit the officeany afterrj noon about four orfourthirtyandinj speot the new The Store of Quality 324 Grabb Street Phone 483 Three More Days of Sacrifice WITH OR WITHOUT STANDS Golden Imperial Elm t r i ureat variety to choose irom rrom fro WitK Stands was a sion endorsing the the volunteering S1QU two decide madc they forward Dumber of those might j it to the If they qi ed the charge is disaiis The matter the complainants have a serious departure from itanding Chown the head the Themissionary committeethis a portion not exceeding ppr of ailprocedurewas laid Vote This the substance of iC educational reported Anumber this afternoon McLarjjjnemorials together cu and deal routine The old the other upwards Springs and from upwards White or without mountings all sizes from and from SPECIAL BARGAINS ON MATS AND CARPETS Smyrna 30 Axmrnster Heartli 26 x Tapestryaiid Smyrna Boor and Inspection costs you We are always pleased to you through r a 1 Conference Cornmit yioloria side before ee in iandriidispehsible i missionfield SomeVopposition was joffeted itwas dm the compact with the Womans to enable men to lcsislationyis Iroin j Points of rules apj byj1 some alreadj preseatTlbtine finallrruledout of order as not for various colleges Thenthe Signs of a Storm wasnot till the evening but a counter1call came for tlie read being amendment was apiece of legislaj The report of the Miss1 CAKiMANGAY CFrom the Sun Man of Ihc j Messrs Wmchcombe and Tyndall I nave another lot adjoining their and are tobuilcr an addition to their store oving to their in business Th3 Masses Stella and May Agar left Testerdav for a visit friends Black no that signs a Toaeori ttrViTr should I of a memorialfrom the Toronto 1sdopted asa whote bv almost Ridge passed away af Little Bow 31rs Wmcncombe was callccL away to of laWjwho is reported in aserious con he conference reasonwhy the arrangement should horizoil Th reiating to theoj from our college such teachings evening session Laymans Association in which there j animous In order that every appeared on the j isr a distinct request to eliminate be civen for investieation j on Friday of Miss aition after ai Slue j J t OTITT iw Strange to savevan apply to the Sunday school or lo gical teachings in colleges o i n nil Tlr Al fn ana ii r been to thei other made j supported piea for cvangelistic j and declaring that Canadian becoming more and more iiiat and the tentive to the need of public and that some crreat forward impetus in ef it There was considerable over the number members of the general mission the com mittee recommending ihat about ten with teachings mony withthe church standards was the which brought out some Partly expected and partly That a charge laid against any pro fessor or teacher first be sign five members or ministers of WCLO AAl j 1 adjust i including eight local tlltt Methodist church and laid the evangelistic tendents be As the Officer the He must ccrning the holy i scriptures and con the fallibility of Christ asis George Jacksons recent Studies in OH Cleaver forward as the had not in good hcaltn tor all hope well onjtherbad be heard Monday so past two weeks and three days curtain fell at ten oclock Court of Appeal The election to the court of appeals resulted as follows an amendment that orally Man unsettling and in jurious had been promulgat ed through colleges asking that this conference condemn such specifying by quotations We isecommenJ Highest quality Finest Did 05 u previous toher death was whowas taken ill with typhoid forVMTed been acting as ccpk at her brothers jicine campon the irrigation TShs was 2J1 years age born in Tyrone to OIL FUEL IN THE FLEET OF BRITAIN Important Steps Have Been taken by Admiralty to Increase Its Use Admiralty is taking steps to increase the of oil fuel in the Lord Charles Beresford recently asked the First Lord of theAdmir alty Whether after the completion of recent several tor pedo on account of having short of oil fuel through being delayj business ed by were obliged to return to 1 taken Milford Haven for a further supply j will have ning and Justice Judge this country one to Briggs and j house for her who lives en j the Black She was a In the debate on the church Union j member of the Church oE Hickey was misquoted Nelson Devereux left on Thursday as saving rubbish or It should for where he read rubbish Or j a position in a drug and Lon returned on Monday from an trip through and Varney says that in both Washington and Montana the drought is as badas it is a iarmcr living on Black Spring had a escape on cutting hay was struck by a bolt of lightning and was knocked fronx his mower uncon When he regained consciousi ness he found that one his j had been struck and one of legs j hadly Brandvold have purchased the from Ben charge of the taken Into to day stretcher board the for Letlibridgei where he taken to the verj low with Ajiother well and water has of of water in West hasarrived at with for flie Toronto v delayed several days at Miltord Haven while a further supply was sent from Devoriport if in view of the importance of Pembroke as a naval orders will forthwith be given for the construction of oil tanks there in a position accessible to ships at all states of the tide or the permanent station ing of oil lighters at that WINNIFRED ITEMS Another good rain has visited our district was heartily welcom ed by the who sure they will havea good crop next your WKi s that deserves higii BechdiJolt has nut in a black smith shorybn Bissett avenue and do all Innds of work and Next spring he is go ing to enlarge his shop and have a McKenna gives the following re feed mill in all of which ply in yesterdays Parliamentary papers The torpedoboats in question were obliged to return to Milford on ac count cf and not through short age Otherwise the facts are as Steps are being taken to improve the oil fuel facilities at certain and the provisioij oi permanent stor age either on or afloat at Mil ford will consideration in these will be runby Buerhing and Johnson are putting ins a large under their which they are going to use for a Buerhing left yesterday for Xorth Dakota for a visit among his friends and look after business inter ests TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Rosamopd Woollen Company of Almonte will their mills only four flays John Girjing was committed for trial at Niagara Falls on a charge of stealing 4 and a gold James a Burford was found dead in bed at The bodyof the man found floating in Belleville harbor was that of rerguson oldest resident of a grandson of the first j settler is at the age of The body of Harry Grist of North 1 a aupposed was washed Luke r EA nri AT OPPOSITE THE EUREKA very best cuisine in the city Quick Orders a to 50c Regular Meals COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS ;