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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMlDOt, ALMHTA. THUEMAY. IT. pofmlant j iiinniMtMM to to drive; it bored her to atand up, and it bored her to sit down. It bored her to eat, and to drink, SUM! to ahc aeat tor the Black. x He gave her piUY She grew worae. So she sent tor a second Dr. Green. gave her powdm. She still grew worse. So she seat for a third Dr. White. Dr. White a modern doctor, a very modern doctor, an ultra-nuodcrn doctor. "What is the" trouble with said Dr. White. said Mrs. Daicy. a beautiful said Dr. White. "I am tired of Mid Mrs. Darcy. "You have beautiful said Dr. White. I -'I am iired of said Mrs. Darcy. "You have a beautiful said Dr. White. "I am tired said Mrs. Darcy. "And can you help said Mrs. Darcy. -'I can said Dr. White. Mrs. Darcy gave the prescription THE Mohms Bank 1856 IMTtEAi 61 iu and in lit principal citiet uid towm iu the Uuited SAWS UK KPAtnCIT an acoouut. In allowed from date of depo- tit at highest curreut rate. A general banking transacted L It Mam lattftf A GOOD mm FOR CHURCH UNWN Conference At Tor- onto Ended With Bright to her secretary. The secretary gave it to the maid. The maid gave it to the butler. The gave it to the page. And the page took it- to the chem- ist. The chemist looked at the scrap o.f paper, and read what was written on it, appeared very'much surprised, and then handed it back to the page. "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- retary. And the secretary gave it back to Mrs. Darcy. "The chemist says that this is not for said the secretary. "He says it is for you I" "For said Mrs. Darcy. "What The general impiosslon conveyed in the despatches from Toronto week that the possibility 'of church union seemed to be farther off than ever, but the of thft- conferencti iu. eastern papers give a contradiction to such ah. idea. The Toronto Globe of last Saturday says "This Joint Committee ou Church, Union, representing the Presbyter- ian, Methodist- and Congregational Churches, closing their fifth con- ference, desire to acknowledge with liumble gratitude the goodness of God manifested in all its meetings. Iu the brotherly spirit of the delib- erations, in the harmony of their de- cisions, and in the solution of the many-difficulties presented to them, they recognise the guidance of 'he Divine iSpirit, and they respectfully submit the results of their- confer- ence to the churches represented Dy them. 'They believe that the conclusion's to which they luve been led in re- gard to the important interests con- sidered by them show that the or- ganic unioti of the negotiating Churches is practicable. "TKey assume that ample oppor- tunity will-be given not only to the courts, but also the general mem- bership of the various Churches, to consider' the results of tlieir confer- ences, and they, expect the more fully these are considered the more" gen- Why Not Get a Christpyi For Your Yes; indeed; >vhy B, Hampers indispensable -for appro- priate CJirist mas Offerings.' Tliey are deservedly popujuir would be-sur- go. from Our store tg all parts of the country to scatter gutf shine happiness. There are certain conflitious under which one of these be more acceptable than any. other remembrance, and the you for your thoughtfwlness. It has been impossible to improve the quality of the hampers' but we have endeavored to make such an assortment that a suitable selection will not be difficult, Leave your orders now t Hamper No. 1 a nuisance' I am so tired. I am ermlly will they be approved. so bored. I am so weak. I am too "The JoiBt Committee would ;have tired to read it. You must read itLbeeG-glad to welcome to its confer" TOYS! A Wide Range for Both Girls and Boys FOR GIRLS DoIU, Doll Carriages, Tea Sets, etc. FOR BOYS Steaa EifiMs, Hgies, ArtMMiics TM! PMpf Presses, etc. The Best Assortment of Toys Ercr Stocked We have a choice assortment of Couches at a bargain Also a shipment- of Mattresses Come and See Them White Furniture Co. Bowman Block Crabb Street for rie. What does it say? The secretary looked at the scrap of paper and became very red in the face. 1 "What does it demanded Mrs. Darcy. "Why don't you read it to don't understand it I" said the ..secretary. "Well, it necessary for you to understand it I" said Mrs. Darcy. "If it is for you are not sup- posed to understand it! If it is for understand it! What does it "It said the secretary, scription. for Mrs. Darcy, -with Dr. White's compliments: Do something for "What does that cried Mrs. Darcy. you that I derstand it, Mrs. said the secretary. "Well, why don't you cried Mrs. And Mrs. Darcy worked herseli into violent hysterics. But all the rest of the day and all through the night Mrs, Darcy heard the words ringing in. her ears, saw the words dancing before her eyes "Do something for She almost wondered if there was anything in this advice, in thi strange "advice, this peculiar "pre- scription." But then her old doctors came with, their old remedies. Dr. Black with his pills, and Dr. Green with his powders, and she soon forgot the new lector with his new notions and his impertinences and his insults. "Do something for somebody-" The When she was too sick even to do anything for Harold Susman, in December Smart Set. ences representatives of other Christ- ian communions, and although this widening of the conference has uot yefc been found practicable, they hope that in the event of a union of the negoiiaUng Churches a still more comprehensive union may in the fu- ture be "The Joint Committee regard their work as now substantially completed. They commit H to the Great Head- of the Church, for His blessing and to Hamper No. 2 1 Dti. SlkAppb 1 Ik. FMCJ ftud Bisraits 1 In BM Bun i r. nn fWiM 1 Boitie Mn Port 1 Boilk UL'C. 7 year tU Eye 1 bttie 7 Ywr OU Rye Special Scotek Pale Brady PirtWiM OUStmy Qaret Hamper No, 3 Special Paie BriiJj Special OUSkrry QUFott 1 kx BarfKrite Cifare S C 'chairmanship of Bev, Dr. Carman, so thatrthe maitcr is'nnw_in_a satit factory position for the people of the )ini-d into a 'common if prac- The righis of those portions of His Church which'three GhurcKes to vote' upon it. they represent with confident hopes; of their approval." The above, resolution, closing die quotation of. verses 16 and 17 of the Ninetieth passed -vdth great enthusiasm at the close or the conference on Church Union in the Metropolitan Cliuich last night. Lt was moved by Eev. Principal Gor- don, D.D., and seconded by Judge Leet, of v _ No in the Way. The" official representatives of the Presbyterian, Methodist and Congre- gational in Canada have de- clared that there is no'' obstacle n the way of the organic union' of >the three bodies, and it is expected that the entire matter will be settled cially in 1911, and the; "United Church of Canada" accepted or "re- jected. The question of administer- ing the funds and enterprises of-the churches, of educating .of candidates. for the ministry of the "United .Church' of Canada, and the reconciliation of the various points ot doctrine h all been accomplished under -the "Wei as a committee, said Rw. Principal Patrick, 'ol Winnipeg, the close of The meeting, pleted a work which in "my judgment has in the direction or- ganic church union than., any other thing that has been accomplished siuce, tbe v Administration of: Funds. The discussion of the report of the on administration was finally brought in and -adopted in ths afternoon." Thip report recommend- ed: "Th.it the J pros c-nt capital in- vestments of the various tenevolec churches, an ho income now contributed to thbs unds by publishing, interests ..be. com GEORGIAN BAY CANAL. London, Dec. is understood that a syndicate cf London and Canadian financiers have the Georg- ian Bay scheme in hand, and work will be started shortly. ROOSEVELT'S TRIP. Washington, D.C., Dec. 16. The Smithsonian Institute today made known its agreement with the Presi- dent with regard to his African hunt- ing tour. The President, in brief, WANTED I 1OO MEN I To get tlieir work done -in the Lethbridge Hotel The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railrui ait West if Westaiuter W FROM EACH A 1 _ t. Oi proposes to pay the expenses of him- self and son, they do all the hunt- ing, and the Smithsonian Institute tc supply the. taxidermists and na- turalists to receive and preserve the specimens collected, which very gen- erous offer was accepted Shup and -prospective claim- latter being computed as claimants ants (the of the date of the union) shall be a first charge on the from this trust. If it be iound that differ- ences In the constitution and admin- istration of 'the several funds are as to necessitate separate trusts, instead of a 'common trust, this shall not be- a bar to the "carrying out o'l the general plan because in that case. their revenues shal] be combined. Thai a i scheme .of the uniting churches be constituted, viding for (a) 'the assessing of eacH minister who "is a any oj tire existing funds at ot union, and rof all ministers receivec into or ordained in the United ;ard to both stip'an'd" and age, as the Court "ai'ay 'determine, and b) the collecting-of'contributions, dhall be obligatory upon "a'l congregations, hased "upon" an equit- able or assessment under rules to be foruuilated by the Su- preme Court ol'thp United Church. such-allocation or be, .the re- quisite, tpgether with' the1 rerehftj foregoing from the trust and sessment-rupon >o make good-: the '.-claims -opon tuid contributors tors _to t the fund." Varnishfrvf Furnhurt. Hanger after union, on. the basis of stipend Wood f or on the basis of age, or'having: rej.1. Phone ANET ENTERPRISE ff Barber FOUR BARBERS NOW WORKING Strictly first-class work done. Electrical treat- ment and compressed air" the latest things ii Postctnis .Ed. Kennedy t CHOPPERS CHOP MEATS VEGETABLES FRUITS NUTS, ETC. WTO NUTS, MY THROUGH YOUR CHOPPtR BREAD CRUMBS tfTER DRYIIfC BXEAD No. 1 UNIVERSAL, li Ib. cap. SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON HARNESS and SADDLES _FOK 30 DAYS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Westminster Road, each T7 A Q V One-third cash, one- third 6 J. 19 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum tSsfti Miiij Hi Wijitiw Ci, (lui Iftj, i' I BLANKETS, ROBES CxLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PRICES ON TRUNKS and VALISES ALL NEW GOODS a 5 ENTERPRISE lz Ib. cap. 10 S'- 3 22 2.00 2.00 4.25 IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN WRITE US." i A. E. EASTON CO. -Aqnew Co ;