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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE POUR LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER J7, Knowing the popularity and anticipating, the tie- maud for Leather Goods as Xmas we order- ed a and serviceable line of Fancy Plain Leather Goods and DARCY AND THE DOCTORS. In ladies" handbags, pur- ses, traveling cases etc. Also a fine line of Leather Goods that nieu will ap- preciate. POSTMASTER AT LONDON. London, Ont.. Dee. C. Mae- is mentioned for the postmaster- ship of London, to succeed the tate Cameron. MRS. Mrs. Darcy was rich. She was very rich indeed. In fact, she was so rich that it made her sick. She suffered from fatty degenera- tion of the btvik account. Shi> had everywhere; she j iiad seen everything; she had donej everything. There was nowhere she couldn't' go; there was nothing she couldn't j I have; ihere was nothing she couldn't j be happy. It her to and 10 drive; it bored her to stand up, and it bored her to% sit down. It bored to eat. and to drink, j TO sltVp, i So she sent for the Black. j He gave her pills. j She grew worse. So she sent for a second Dr. Green. He gave her powders. She still grew wor.se. So she seat for a third Dr. White. Dr. Whi vorv ni' THE: Molsons Bank Established HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL Capital, paid up, Reserve Fund (n Branches in Canada Agents uud correspondents in all principal cities and towns in the United States. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT starts an account. Interest allowed from date of depo- sit at highest current rate. A general banking business transacted K. D. JphnsonL Manager Lethbridge Branch A GOOD CHANCE FOR CHURCH UNION Conference At Tor- onto Ended With Prospects Bright Why Not Get a Christmas o iier secretary. The secretary gave it to the maid The maid gave it to the butler. i The butler gave it to the page. i And the page took it to the ehem- j isi. j The chemist looked at the scrap or paper, and read what was written iVhite was a modern doctor, a j on it. appeared very much surprised, oderu doctor, an ultra-modern and then handc EASTERN locu-r. "What is the trouble with said Dr. White. said Darcy. j "You have a beautiful I Dr. White. j "I am tired of said Mrs. Darcy. "Yoti have beautiful jewels." said Dr. White. _____ J "I am tired of them." paid Mrs. in connection with the Eastern Darcy. Canadian Excursions, the Canadian! "'You have a beautiful said Dr. said Mrs. ed it back to the page. CANADIAN EXCUR- SIONS "This is not for said the chemist. "It is Darcy." So the page took the prescription back to the butler. The butler gave it back to the maid. The maid gave it back to the sec- retarv. i The general impression conveyed in the despatches from Toronto last week was that the possibility j[ church union sivmeU to be farther off than ever, but the reports of the, conference in eastern papers give a j contradiction to such an idea. j The Toronto'Glob.- of last "This Joint Committee on Church! Union, representing the Presbyter-' Methodist- and Congregation-il i. in closing their fifth con-: ferenee, _ desire to acknowledge with! humble gratitude the goodness of; God manifested in all its meetings, j In the brotherly spirit of the delib-: erations, in the harmony of their ,le-i cisions, and in the solution of the' many difficulties presented to them, i they recognize the guidance of Divine Spirit, and they respectfully; submit the results of their confer-jj ence to the churches represented by; them. j "They believe that the conclusions! to which they have been led in re-j gard to the important, interests siden'd by them show that the or- ganie union of the negotiating! is practicable. "They assume that ample oppor- j For Your Friends? indeed, not? H. 11 Hampers are becoming indispensable for appro- priate Christum? Offerings. They are deservedly popular and you would be sur- prised if you really knew how many go from our store to all parts of the countrv to scatter sunshine and happiness. There are certain conditions under Avhich one of these hampers will be more acceptable than any other recipient Avill bless you for your thoughtful ness. It has been impossible to improve tne quanty oi the hampers' contents, but we have endeavored to make such an assortment that a suitable selection will not be difficult. Leave vour orders now er wo. Extra Tourist Car Service And the secretary gave it back topumty wiii be given not only to the j Mrs. Darcy. courts, but also the general mem- 1 "The chemist says that this is not for said the secretary. says it is for you Pacific Railway Company will oper- ate the following tourist car service from Kootenay Landing to Toronto direct, to be attached to train No. 214 leaving Kootenay Ldg. on Dec. 1st, 8th, 15th and 20th. For reserva- tions in these cars apply to your nearest agent, 298-13 White. "I am tired Darcv. of K bership of the various Churches, to j consider the' results of their confer- ences, and they expect the more fully j "For said Mrs. Darcy. "What Itiiese are considered the more gen- j a nuisance! I am so tired. I am I w'i-i they be approved. _ j so bored. I am so weak. I am too! "The Joint Committee would have! tired to read it. You must read it 1 Doz. Oranges 1 ib. Table Raisins 6 ibs. Apples 1 Ib..Fancy Mixed Biscuits I Box Son Bans 1 Tin Plum Padding 1 Bottle Native Port 1 Bottle H.B.C. 7 year old Rye 15: 1 BoHie 7_Year Old Rye Special Scotch Pale Brandy Port Wine Old Sherry Claret Beer t Hamper No. 3 1 Bottle 7 Year Old i Special Pale Brandy 1 Special Scotch 1 Special Irish 1 Old Sherry 1 Old Port 1 Jamaica Rum 6 Bottles Beer 1 Box Marperite Cigars (25) "And can you help said Mrs. 1 for itie. What does it sav? Mrs. Darcy gave the prescription i "The Joint been ghid to welcome to its confer-] ences representatives oi other Christ-1 :.his I not j j yet been found practicable, they hope i ITOYS II j A Wide Range for Both Girls and Boys j "'The Joint their j as now substantially completed.! chairmanship i 4 i i FOR GIRLS Dolls, Doll Carriages, Tea Sets, etc. The Best Assortment of Toys Ever Stocked ii L. J. McLEAY Dlrcr The secretary- looked at the scrap jian communions, and although "I "can try" said Dr White j "f paper and became ver? red in the I of the conference-has face. j "What does it demanded j in the event oi a union of thej i Mrs.. Darcy. "Why don't you read i negotiating Churches a still morej lit to I comprehensive union may in the fu-i don't understand said! Utre realized. j the secretary. I "Weil, it is not necessary for you i to understand said Mrs. Darcy. j "If it is for me, you are not sup- j posed to understand it! If it is for will understand it! What does it say-" "It said the secretary. "Pre- scription for Mrs. Darcy, with Dr. White's compliments: Do something for "What does that cried Mrs.] Darcy. told you that 1 derstand it, Mrs. said theltlon- D-D- and "seconded by Judge secretary. "Well, why don't you cried Mrs. Darcy. And Darcy worked herself into violent hysterics. But all the rest- of the clay and all through the night Mrs. Darcy heard the words ringing the words dan tins FOR BOYS Steam Engines, Horses, Automobiles Tool Chests, Printing Presses, etc. _ of Rev. Dr. Carman, They commit it to the Great Head of! so that-the matter is now in a satis- the Church for His blessing and to j factory position for the people of the those portions of His Church which j "hn-e Churches to vote upon it. they represent with confident hopes j "We, as a committee, said their approval." Ew. Principal Patrick, of The above resolution, closing with near the close of the the quotation of verges 16 and 17 the Ninetieth Psalm, was passed with; has done more in the direction of greut enthusiasm at the close oi.the j gaiiic church union than any other conference on Church Union in the; thing that has been accomplished siiicv the Reformation." conv first of.'ploted a work which in my judgment j ence.- in the i.-tr.ition of ill oil as to n t-i.iv litto L'lJ-y I Metropolitan Church last night. it was moved by Rev. .Principal Gor- biiv-d into a 'common if prac- j ticable. The rights of present i claimants and of prospective claim- I ants (ihe latter being computed as i of the date of the union) shall be gard to both stipend and age, as the Supreme Court may determine, and (b) the collecting of contributions, which shall be obligatory upon a'l on the revenue from this j tibie it be found that differ-' constitution and admin- congregations, don. D.D., and "seconded Leer, of Montreal. No Obstacle in the Way. The official representatives of the Presbyterian, Methodist and Congre- gational Churches in Canada have de- clared that there is no obstacle 11 the way of the organic union of the in her ears. bodies, and it is expected that before her entire matter will bn settled offi-; the several funds are separate trusts, instead of a commyu trust, this shall not bo a bar to the carrying out o; the general plan ,becanse in that case their revenues shall be combined. finally brought in and adopted in the be am-rnooii. This report recommend-! vidinff for (a) thc asseS5il32, of'eaeh I i j Avho is a member of any That the. present capital in- the existing funds at the ot Administration cf Funds. The di.-cussion of the report of the sub-committee on administration was based upon an equit- allocation or assessment under rules to be formulated by Su- preme Court of the United Church. Tfie minimum oi such allocation assessment shall be the amount re- quisitft, together with the revenue from the trust and the foregoing as- sessment upon ministers, to mak-2 good the claims of claimants upon and contributors to the fund" various benevolent cially in ]9'11, and the Church of Canada" accepted or re-i We have a choice assortment of Couches at a bargain Also a new shipment of Mattresses Come and See The-m White Furniture Co. Bowman Block Crabb Street "Do something for She almost wondered if there was i anything in this advice, in this J jected. The question of administer-i strange advice, this peculiar "pre- j ing the funds and enterprises of the! scription." j churches, of educating of candidates i But then her old doctors came with I for the ministry of the United Church j their old remedies, Dr. Black with of Canada, and the reconciliation of! his pills, and Dr. Green with his powders, and she soon forgot the new doctor with his new notions and his impertinences and his insults. "Do -something for somebody-" The idea! When she was too sick even to do anything for Harold in December Smart Set. union, and of all ministers received is of the uniting 'churches, and j into or ordained in the United Chur-h income now contributed to those after u-.iion, on the basis of stipead or having re- fund? by publishing interests be corn- er on the basis of VV. R. BROWN Varnishing Household Furniture. Carriage Painter House Painter 'Paper Hanger Wood finisher, etc. Phone Argyle Ave. the all various points of doctrine have been accomplished under the WANTED GEORGIAN BAY CANAL. London. Dec. is understood that a syndicate of London and Canadian financiers have the Georg- ian Bay scheme in hand, and work will be started shortlv. The lerta Hallway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Bd. FROM EACH Also .a few Acre Lots- East of Westminster Road, each One-third cash, one-third months> 12 I Interest 6 per cent, per annu Apply Alberti Kailwiy tnd Irrigation Co, (Land ROOSEVELT'S TRIP. Washington, D.C., Doc. 16. The Smithsonian Institute today made j known its agreement with the Presi- j dent with regard to his African hunt- ing tour. The President, in brief, proposes to pay the expenses of him- self and son, they do all the hunt- ing, ;ind the Smithsonian Institute to supply the taxidermists and na- turalists to receive and preserve the .specimens collected, which very gen- erous, offer wa? accepted 1OO MEN To get their done in the Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop FOUR BARBERS NOW WORKING Strictly Mrsl-class work done. Electrical treat- ment and compressed ,-iir Ail the latest tilings in Postcards Ed, Kennedy t UNIVERSAL" AND "ENTERPRISE' CHOPPERS CHOP MEATS VEGETABLES FRUITS NUTS, ETC. mv ICING AFTER BLANCHING NUTS, DRY THOROUGHLY AND PUT THROUGH YOUR CHOPPER BREAD CRUMBS AFTER DRYING BREAD THOR- OUGHLY, PUT THROUGH YOUR CHOPPER SPECIAL DISCOUNT 03? HARNESS and SADDLES FOB so DAYS ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PSICES ON TRUNKS and VALISES ALL NEW GOODS (I "A A m. i A. E. EA51UW CO. 9 5! i! t: Sl> No. 1 UNIVERSAL, 11 Ib. cap." 2 21 2.00 3 3 3.25 5 ENTERPRISE 1J Ib. cap. 2.00 10 3 3.00 22 4 4.25 "IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN w i r, ;