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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE SIX THE LETHBRIDGC DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1909. Cold Weather It Coming CANADIAN WILL OPERATE MINE DISCOVERED BY CORTEZ on that new house of will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on sasie. We Handle Lumber OLIVER'S MUUIHCTII6IIIG cm Office and Factory Cor. ROUND and 80MPI5 STREETS Telephone 158 Yard, Smith St, Phone 195 IEITEII Excursio Single Fare Plus for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario. Port Arthur and West. Man- itoba. Saskatchewan al'd Al- berta, to In the Andes Three Ago Hundred Years ill cm Bin AND WBTMMSHII Also to OKANAGAN VAL- LEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December 17. IS. 1909; January 21, 22, 23 and. 24; February 15. 16. 17. 1910; good to return within three months. Spokane. Dec. witter Hill" Gates.--mining prospector lot' Spokane, who -lias found a half fortunes in the great white sll- jont North and in the Pacific North- only to lose them in other ven- turns, has turned up the Andes in pern, where he is ex- ununing a placer mine, discovered and j worked Cortex :ind his men more ithan three hundred years ago. His i I partner. P. A. now in Spo-j kane. says that Gates is to have a i inUTOst in the property for his j in the mine, the cost! i of this being As gates has j ample backing, it is believed he will: be able to clean up another fortune, j The mine is thirty miles from the i coast at an elevation of 7.000 feet and so far has only beer. i There is a canal. 130 miles in length, i through the idacer ground and it is j purposed to use its water in wash- ing out the Gates has advised i Wilson that the mountains in Peru j fairly reek with the yellow metal, as j is evidenced by the fact that an ad- j joining property is producing jin gold a month. He adds there will be a rush to the new fields as soon jus full information is available. Fifteen Years of Agony Promptly Cured Him After Doctors Had Failed To Give Relief. SPEECH" GIVES IN AT SPOKANE for Good Hay an 32 1 The wise person who is subject to indigestion will not resort to pepsin preparations to force digestion after eating, but will so plan his meals that digestion will become natural and easy. He will use at meal times Alberta's Pride Bottled Beer Being a product of ingredients that come from the hops and is nature's remedy for cases of faulty di- gestion. The blending of these elements, in the process of brewing, pro- duces, naturally, a little alcohol, which mildly urges the organs of digestion into their natural activity. Get a case of Alberta's Pride bottled beer for home use. ed being tempted, he is able to suc- cor them that are tempted. Keb. 2- 18. Verses 13, did Jesus want to be baptized? What reason is there for the opin- ion that John's refusal to baptise Jesus was a reasonable position to take? Verse baptism essential to salvation and if not, what is its pur- pose? Repentance seems to have been a necessary step to John's baptism, did Jesus need to repent. Verses 16. evidence is there that any person but Jesus saw the opening heavens, the Holy Spirit, or heard the voice from heaven? If a few of those present, who were spiritual, saw and heard these things, is there any evidence to show that the multitude did also? Verse did the Spirit lead Jesus into the wilderness. What reasons are there to believe that temptation vras, or was not, es- sential for the spiritual development of Jesus? Is temptation necessary, or a part of God's educational process for all of us? Give your reasons. How much virtue would there be in doing right, if there were neither temptation nor opportunity to do wrong? (This question must be ans- wered in writing by members of the club.) Verse did Jesus fast and what is the general effect of fasting upon spiritual life? If Christians follow the example of Jesus in the matter of fasting, what results would probably follow? Give a reasoned opinion as to whe- ther Jesus would probably feel the pangs of hunger during the ecstacy of the fast? What are the limits of the rule that reaction generally follows ex- altation, and state whether Jesus was likely passing through this re- action when he was "an Verse what part of the na- ture of Jesus did the Devil make his first appeal? Give your reasons for your opinion as to whether physical NEWFOUNDLAND STILL IN THRALL OF STORM St. John, Xfld.. Dec. lines 7re still down as a result of the re- cent storm. The steamer Home, which arrived from Labrodor to-day, reports a tempestuous passage jthrough the Straits .of Belle Isle, which is now filling with Arctic ice. Seals are numerous in the straits and seven hundred have been taken in Battle Harbor this week. This is said to indicate a good spring fishing. The board of trade at a meeting last night decided to establish a big cold storage plant next spring. Premier Morris attended the meeting. TORONTO PARK COMPANY HEAVILY INDEBTED Toronto, Dec. applications were made at Osgoode Hall to-day to wind up Toronto Park company bonds which are held to a. large extent in Montreal. One application declares the aggregate indebtedness of the company is 5470.000 with as- sets. Okeefe Brewers company, the second applicant, states that the com- pany published a statement that its indebtedness was i The letlihriiip Mint; Co., Ltd. i are as numerous, or dangerous as spirit'12! Verse would have been the moral quaility of the act if Jesus had made bread out of stones? In what sense do good men live by the word of God? 1'erse Jesus go bodily into the city, and if not. what did take place? What are the reasons to believe that the 'mental temptation would be as powerful if it had been physically performed Verses 6. does this second temptation appeal to? Are there any exceptions to the rule that a .man of God will nex'er go con- trary to God's established laws? What is it to tempt God? Verses method did the j Devj] adopt to give Jesus the most ex- tensive view of his kingdom? _ Lesson for Sunday. Jan. 16th. 1910. The Beginning of the Galilean Min- istry. Matt. HEBREW SCHOLAR DEAD Halifax, Dec. death occur- red to-day of Rev. Dr. John Currie. professor of Hebrew in Pinehill Col- lege, a Presbyterian theological insti- tution in this city. He was born in Tatamagouche. N.S.. in 1S2S, and a recognizable Hebrew scholar. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare entertained at dinner on Christmas night at "Pdverview." Covers were laid for fourteen. Miss Jeanette Murray Is spending the Holidays at her home on Court- land street. About twenty-five small children enjoyed a children's party given by Mrs." Galbraith on Monday afternoon. The table looked very Christmassy, with Santa Claus decorations, and after the tea-party a real Santa Claus arrived, much to the joy of the small folks. Mrs. Mf-wburn entertained delight- fully In honor of Miss McDermld and the" nurses of the Gait hospital, with a few other friends, on Tuesday even- ing, y.ve hundred was indulged in. and Miss Anderson carried off the Mrs. Lethbridge entertained the young people at a most delightful euchre on Wednesday evening, when Master Ross' friends had a thorough- ly good time. Eight tables played: and afterwards there was dancing for which Mrs. Neale played, to the young guests' great delight. ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 POOL supplied with the Bt'ST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And in :ool, bright pUwaant. Beat Cigars Tobaccos in Barber Shop in of Oliver Announcement WE SELL Phone No. 1135 The LETHBRIDGE SADDLERY CO. Bank of -Toronto! the JNew Year with a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at the Bank of Toronto. One- Dol- lar (or more) will open an inter- est-bearing account. The prac- tice of regular weekly or month- ly additions to your balance will soon produce results that will interest you. Head Office: TORONTO, CANADA Capital Reserve Lethbridge Branch. 602 Red- path street T. W. McEachern, Manager. ti Incorporated 1855 BETTER THAN EVER VIA 800-SPOKANE 0. R. N. ROUTE Leaves Spokane JAN. IT Heduced rates from all points on C. P. II., Medicine Hat and West. Also SPECIAL SLEEPERS on Soo-Spo- kuue-Portlanci regular train Jan. 16. Tickets limited 90 davs with stop over privileges returning, and include Pull- man Berth, all meals in diner, at hotels, side trips and en- tertainment en route on going trip of six days. Reserve berths now. Only a limited number can be accommodated as cars positively will not be crowded. Two tickets entitle holder to a full section. Ask your agent for itinerary and full information or write W. R. SKEY, Travelling Passenger Agent 0. R. N. Co., 21 601 Sprague Avenue, Spokane, Wash. OF CANADA ESTABLISHED i5S5 Total Assets Oct. 30, 19O9 Over The Way to CarryMoney in absolute safety, when you go. on that trip this winter, is in the form of Letters of Credit issued by this Bank. Besides being equivalent to so much money, always avail- able to you, and to you only, in any part of the civilized world, they are letters of introduction to thousands of banks and bankers. Ask our Local Manager about these Letters of it may save you loss and inconvenience. Money transmitted by Bank Money Order, Draft or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Main Office cor. R.und Rtdpath I] J. R. ANDERSON Westminster Rd., N. Ward II Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowaki, Acting Manager. Graaty W. Baillie, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFT1CK, TOROKTO ESTABLISHED B. E-- WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manage Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England PfMfMTOY Every facility afforded to farmers and UU (J II I fl I D U O I 11 tOO r r others for transaction or their banking- business. Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection. RANKINft RY RrlAM Accounts may be opened by mail and OMIirXmUUI monies depjsjted or withdrawn in this way with equal facflity. 122 Lethbridge sranch C G. K. Nourse, Manager isons Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRA NCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms t "SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of de-josit at highest rates 4 O Lethbridge Branch, Redpatfe St. L D. JOHNSON, Manager Diamond City Branch. D. C. MORRISON, Manager Thomas "Traynor, an elderly man who lived alone in a shack on the mountain top at Hamilton, was found frozen to death this morning. Dominion Veterinary Director Ruth- erford has informed the local health office clos destroyed at Gait after having bitten eight persons, was suffering from rabies, as inocu- lation tests caused the death of sever- al rabbits. Western Transfer Co. M LONG BK( )S. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral O fsi E e3 How is the time to have your AUTOMO- BILES OKRKUilB and don't forget we can doit satisfactorily Ttie Standard CapajB'Co, ft. 5 COAL y Beit Lump on th.e markrt, o 14.26 ton Nut coal, Addrtts postcard to New Barnes Roya! View. F. WAD01NGTON 281 City Agent, Nine big bridge building- firms are and will put in tenders. ;