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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ( The Lctlibr!.50 upwards White Enamel-\nth or without brass mounting's; all sizes from . .$3.25 and up Springs-Several kinds, from ...... .$2.75 Mattresses-Several kinds, from t.:..$3.50 SPEOAL BARGAINS ON RUGS, MATS AND CARPETS Reversilile Smyrna Rugs-Large clioice, 30 in.x60 in. .$2.50-reg. 13.50 Axminster Hearth Rugs-Large elioiee, 26 x 60 .....$2.25-reg. |3.50 Tapestry and Smyrna Door Mats-..... ............40c and $1.00 Inspection costs you nothing. We are always pleased, to show you through ourstoclc. Victoria, B. C Aug. fe/.-The .spiritual side was before he conference on Saturday. Strange to say evangelism has heen kept o icially to the front so far. Rev. Blattd made an eloquent plea for ;iJn evangelistic rally, declaring thai I'inadian people wtrc becoming more and more in�t-Ipntive to the need of Bublic worship, and that some trreat fobvaid impetus was needed in the church. In efforts to adjust industrial-rrlations we niissed the evangelistic appeal. original compact with Missionary Society, and there was no reason why the arrangement should apply to the Sunday school or any other organization. Dr. Allen and Rev. Shore heartily supported the measure, and it carried. Conference Turned it Down There was considerable discussion over the nun:,l)ii'r of e-v-bfTicio members ot the general mission hoard, the com mittee recommending that about tea more, incltiding eight local superintendents of missions be added. As ,Oovcrhiii(, board.s for valrfous-coljcfics were also appointed. Signs of a Storm It was not till the evening session that signs of a storm appeared on the horizon. Tlie clause relating to theological teachings in colleges and how to deal with teachings not in harmony with the church standards was the (Kcasion which brought out some opposition. Partly expected and partly unexpected. That a charge laid against any pro-fes.sor or teacher must first be signed by five members or ministers of the Methodist church and laid before the olTicer in the college. He must "vote, vote", but a counter- call came for the leading ot from .Jackson's book. Points of order, rules of order, appeals, etc., followed confusedly for some time. Dr. ("leaver's amendment bfinc finally ruled out of order as not being properly an amendment.to the report, which was a piece of legislation. � The report of the committee was ing of a memorial from the Toronto j adopted as a whole by an almost un-Layman',s A.s.sociation in which there | animous vote. In order that every is a distinct request to eliminate from our college such teachings concerning the holy -scriptures and the fallibility of Christ as is contained in Rev. George .Jackson's recent book, "Studies in the Old Tcstameut". Rev. Dr. Cleaver also put forward as an amendment regretting that tjra'ly and by publication unsettling and in-jiirious doctrines had been promulgated through our colleges and asking that this conference condemn such teaching, specifying by quotations j opportunity be criven for investieation the conference moved that Dr. Cleaver be heard Monday morning, so the curtain fell at ten o'clock: Court of .Appeal The election to the court of appeals resulted as follows : Dr. Ross, Revs. Shore, Antliff, Stcv.'art, Manning and A. Langf�td, Justice McLaren, N. W. Rowell, K.C., Judge Cheslev, A. W. Briggs and J. R. L. Starr," K.C. In the debate on the church Union Friday, Rev. Mickey was misquoted as saying "rubbish or rot." It should read "rubbish or rhetoric." DISTRICT NEWS Messrs. Winchcomibe and Tyndall have piirctaased another lot ftdjoinins their property and are golijg to Auild an addition to their store owing to their Increase In bu8lne�B. Tbs Misses Stella and Mjay Agar left- yesterday fOr a visit with friends and relatives.Ip. Balgpnlp, faak,,. Mrs'. WIri'Chconibe was callei aiwajr Monday to the bedside of her son-in-law, who is reported In a serious^ condition after undergoing an operation Falls had not been in Rood health for We all hope he Is well on ithe road to the past two weeks and three days recovery. previous to her death was taken down j Mr. Martin, who was taken 111 with with typhoid (cvcr. Deceased had | typhoid lever, left yesterday for Med- CARMANGAY (From the Sun). Miss Mary McFalls, of the Black Spring Ridge district, passed away at the Little Bow Inn, Carmangay, on Friday of last week. Miss Mc- OIL FUEL IN THE FLEET OF BRITAIN Cigarettes we iecommend these eigarettes to the enlfnr smoker. Highest iliallty Finest Woflltmanship 109k Ofv(v� Important Steps Have Been Taken by the Admiralty to Increase Its Use London, Aug. 27.-The Admiralty \?. taking steps to increase the .use of oil fuel in the navy. Lord Charles Beresford recently asked the First Lord of the Admiralty : "Whether after the completion of the recent manoeuvres, several torpedo boats, on account of having run short of oil fuel through being delayed by log, were obliged to return to Milford Haven lor a further supply; whether, on arrival they found no oil at Pembroke Dock available. "Whether in consequence they were delayed several days at Milford Haven while a further s,upply was sent from Devonport; and, if so, "Whether, in view ot the importance of Pemb-'oke Dock, as a naval base, orders will forthwith bo given for the construction of oil tanks there in a position acces.sible to ships at all states of the tide or the permanent stationing of oil lighters at that port." Mr. Jtcivenna gives the following reply in yesterday's Parliamentary papers: The torpedo-boats in question were obliged to return to Milford on account ot fog, and not through shortage of oil fuel. Otherwise the facts are a.s stated. Steps are being taken to improve the 611 fuel facillMes at certain ports, and the proviaiofij ot permanent storage either on sli/jre or afloat at Milford will recelvrfdue consideration in these arrangemfnta." been acting as cook at her brother's camp on the irrigation ditch. She was 24 years of age and was born in Tyrone County, Ireland, coming to this country one year ago, to keep house for her brother, who lives cn the Black .Spring Ridge. She was a i member of the Church of England. Nelson Devereux left on Thursday for Letiibridgo, where he has secured a position in a 'Irug store. Mr. and Mr.s. Loii Varncy returned on Monday from an exlendetl trip through Montana, Washington and Oregon. Mr, Variiey .says that in iioth Washington and Montana the drought is as bad as it is here. H. Wenzcl, a farmer living on Black Spring Ridge, had a narrow escape on Tuesday. While cutting hay he was struck by a bolt of lightning and was knocked from his mower unconscious. When he regained consciousness he found that one of his horses had been struck and one of its legs badly cut. B|andvold Bros, have purchased the biilclicr business from Mr. Jarrott, and/ have Inkcn charge. Mr, Ben Bi-'xudvold will have charge of the .sh.ip. WINNIFRED ITEMS Another good raiu has visited our district which, was heartily welcomed by the people, who are feeling sure that they will have a good crop next .vear. , F. BechdBbIt has put in a blacksmith 'shop/on Bissett avenue and is now'drettd/ t,') do all kfndg of work and iVpaTrinj. Next spring he is going to enlar&e his shop and have a feed mill in connection, all of which will be run by power. Buerhli^g Bros, and Johnson arc putting in, a large 'bassment under their building, which they are going to use for a storeroom. VVm. Buerhing left yesterday for North Dakota for a visit among his friends and look after business Interests there. Icine Hat to undergo ti-eatment at the hospital. Mr. White was taken Into town today on a stretcher and put oa board the train bound for Lethbridge, where he win be taken to the hbsptta). He Is very low with typhbld: fever. Another well has been dug In town and water has beep reached at the depth of thirteen feet, and has plenty of water in it. The steamer Sobo from the West indies, has arrived at St. John, N. B., with exhibits for the Toronto �xliibl> 'tlou. HANGE jroui^ brand fcir once-try die Scotch Whiskey that deserire*^^^^^^ j^^ high reputation. At all dealers. BUCHANAN'S D. O. RqBLIN.j^|�ONTO teleqmaphic briefs The Rosamopd Woollen Company ot Almonte wlll/uu their mills only four days a wee] John Gliying was commi'tted tor trial at gara Falls on a charge of stealing (ai and a gold watch. James k/ McWilliams, a well-known tJurford man, was found dead In tied at Brantforil. The body! of the man found floating In BellevlUii iharbor was that ot .fohn Ferguson clf. Hastiugs. Wm. Blelreker, oldest resident of, j Belleville/'and a grandson of the flr.'?tj settler hf/rc. is dead at the age of 87. The boVI.;- of Harry S. Grist of .North � Bay, a iuppcK-u^d suicide, was washed ; ashore jow Luke Nliiisslng. EAT AT H EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA -The very best cuisine in the city- Quick Service. Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals ................... .25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAU BOOKS f3.00 fop................W.76 , fC.OO for................?5.S0 I ;