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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK K1GHT THE LETHBRIDGE IJAILY HERALD SATURDAY, l-'EURUAUY 28, 191i The best meal will be spoiled if the coffee be of poor quality. will save even n poor meal from being a failure. CHASE ffl. SANBORN STRONG PLEATO CONTINUE WORK (ron> HV.U Ribbon "icur executive bolero Crai'i M its tHtlngi in in March, wjjeu ll-.p its itiu'jtreJ Into, aiid at the sime Unit.' tbe urtortuyily of pro- ientiiis; s-.Milieu for in LaLaUoa itui a-iJuiSt or ito oi ia the SohMsites of sraie-a, usul jylos hay aii-! gtra-.v -A-.ue Euticht- tJ. and favorably receded, wiil V by tbe Doutlulou bo biudleJ the Doxiuloa "pjpsr KaJlroidB" li a to note thai the, s.1 Ottawa. seMUa bo tliat ol oring to on thii ImUJinj of railroads (bat. rjlJroaiJ uol lie Tvithoui being uliliied. U is not our to too deeply or fiud I xi much fault, but U Is undoubtedly- a Kiel that jallroad chatters tO thilt diii uot inteiid to t-ulJJ. and cou'il r.ot. build until they had charier i to others. Tho tirce has arrived, as member ex-, jirossed It in ihe House, 'to weed out the chattels.' C'onsideni'jle harm has beou tfoiid ia Southern A Iberia by pa- to u-e. tc-yJ lo aoiir us ikij- jirs a lUicl? cube ar.J a ciipM ol hot v I'.tr. a stir, J its itidy. Ti an Oxo Cube ia a cupful of hot nils, a gen me; tfV izj is ana OXOt to serve for one more year, f Hut now I %vi8h ft to be ilcarly un- tiers toad, that I am not a candidate for re-election. I liouo work uiH ditftiou there is a EMI ivatit of iuluuioa the different busi- ness liuert-jjU in this of tbe viuco. unc] a great lack of oo-opera- tiou lon-ns nrJ cities or smaller communities ta lo- tare cot anj the imil vnlucs'j Sethcr amJ combinlr.s iu tho Interest have bttn inflateJ Sjeycnii a reason-'of Uie land tltcy dwell Iu. We seem able iivice, which has a tendency to. to a 5001! deal moro public keep "seitloswnt lick. H. li spirit, less tailivlduiltsm to note that there teems a reasonable'' much setter comMEistiosi work liiat railroad iuiMilac will i by tha UoarJi o! trade In soon increase in o'.tr section of Al; the interest ot our part of the prov- -Worn our experience ot the just carried on for yo.irs lo COLHU and rear we forced lo ihe It will grow und prosjier. and hat the early igti oi Uie vitality of the orcjinl- zation aud ot its benefit to tlto com- munity in which it 1ms tt- do its best, in spito of inatir JICQ. cullies cncoiiQtereJ." GERMANY .WANTS NAVAL BASE ON MEDITERRANEAN v Lomiou, Kct. rtscrte, the Home o? the CPH- fral gaotes a state- ir.eoc ot ftie Italian ncTSinper 'Vita ttit Germ.Tuy will shortly have a Jiaval base In the Meii'terranean. In tins connection ifce Sicilian porls of and Augusta are mentEon- gu. 7bc Vila favors the ctiiion o' gr.c o! Italy's stmhera 10 Ger- lisiiv en lie ground tliav it is tntlrely to Jtalr's interest, ic see a st pnuadroa establiELed iu tbc THIS BEMEDY A said U) us the olher EajVSav, yo-i o-jjM to tcU'evep-onc a to-.m aou'-jS'Reidl TiWets. I trocl.l nvscSi ii I ccuM." Thai srt u3 to IhL-ikir.g.'' So o any f have uad irid have so cr.ttiisUsticallj- their b-jth to cs ar.d their that Vrc ha-1 En idea you all knew fen. liat, in the thancc that soxe oi you stomach i and IRO kr.o-jm t> t bcrla, and t'.iis will not only be mucU- bv ibe fanners, but if bliould tend to devriop anollier important indiiifrj'. and one of cur most valuable assets in this prov- ince. vii.t our coal. Conservation of Gas "Atoilier subject to engage oor at- tention liio conservation of Incc as a whole. It is io ce hoptd -nitli reviving initrcst iu busi- ness, more nubile spirit will be slioivn lit with large froblems, and lhal more- siniport will be accorded !o iiidlviilual boards of trade as well as to Ibis association. And il is made more evident every day and c-very year tint the more we do to o! ths figm'.ive a- medical sdencc. 7hsy toolh liik untes we M: do .-If do not relieve your checj. lieartiura.'and sake it posibk for u lo eat'-Trhs-.'y-Jn wbtnevfr yo'j Kc ccme back and get your rnor.-y. Soli only at rwre tlian Re-tall Stores, ar.d in thi toirn oriy at our s'o t na 51.00. catural resources. The Don- iBlaud! cemcut ourselves in corn- Hoard o( Trade vteorouslj- took moa alms, and for -nirroses of belter- natter of piping of our natural inc toe we live in. the better outsida confines of lite pro-.' Iho results olitainei If we co'Jld on- .-ci- objecte-d to j by aside luo policr of town ih'i'i lirin- done, and received the trying to cut the of the other, Iv- of ttc executive of anii all-sUitd together, viedicd lo Boards, v.-io were also ct., help a'.5 development as T.-C11 as the ihe oninion liiat we Lave we should hold. will only be Anniversary Services Tomorrow Ear'y Reminiscences of the Church Tomorrow will ste the 2Sth ar.nt-j oMhe fourjdir.g ol Kcos 1'jcs- utmoEt church in Lethhridae and lo best of o-Jr lie event will he fittingly celebrated EhoiiM be a more at tnth the morning and evening scr- Sulti ORUQOtSTC. CPKSOLKKB ASTISHK1IC TI1KOAT to uo distincllf Acting, and-will tbal I assumed presidency. cf Mc. rt-t Is in public spirit in Ihis ma_Uer, out rather than let the Interest in ttie hEW thc not In all EectioEE o'. and largely b'ena, -but surely in so; too jnuc'n 'evldl-nco .0! in tf.c A HEST GOWN nf coffee colorcii crepe de'chlre anrl caft'au-bit chiffon ,1. -D. liiglnbolhjm t.Co., Llmlled. I and lace. MATH1EUS SYRUP OF TAR Cures Coughs Mathicu's Syrup of Tar Cod Liver Oil is 2 great Tonic and not only stops a cough but enables the system to throw it There should he a battle of it in every home. si7.e bottle Sold everywhere. J. L- MATHIEC CO., SHERBROOK someUiin.2 io turn or Ccr-some cr.e'to'iaend -iad pieces jn tte ypads; when iLeae might vc-rjr well lie done v 'small associations of ho lire contiguous to tbe bad pieces This used to be ihe melliiiil in Iho west by a ot nenOins was mucli money to use. ami LcToro settle- ment nras fiulflclenllr pleniHul to warrant inucli f-xner.riluire on roads or before even there was any money to spbnd on A return lo even n EtnaVi provortion of Iho old way uld he a benefit to all of Livestock MarVcls II is "Well wortny of note that the lirestock industry is maMng great and that Albt-rtans nrc re- i? in a sreat nie-naure to their love, turning; aside for. a time to cxe'uslvi? p.jiexL farming has lauelit its il may safely said that in tho iuture, iiie live- stock Industry will travel along by Eitie with grain growing, the oao j helping tlio oilier, and the one being more- or inseparable from the It Is T.cll irorthj- of note that as rcgaids our livestock mar- tho weal U care of Us otvn r'Toduce, for when tbe "market appears (o .lie overstocked north of the bcuiwlary tlio E'-irplus ts rapMly care of our coiiFins tn the of effcnt of T.ill bo Uiat iu artvanciiig along the rlsl.l lines in oiif farming opera- we phail flood orjuterfero the livestock msrkc-t in liic east- but that advanced farming in Canada, and west. wili equally profit by the opening of tho Koutherii markets for 1913 Good Year Western Canada Irrigation hoid its annual moling in in Augnfi, anj thfs was a ('MI IOHR romrmber- e-il, as it to Southern ir.any clevor iJif'R, who riurir.? the (---rrir-d on at convpRtion, ami b.1' means of papers rt-aii ill tho to ns a ftrc-at dcnl of kuop.trrlse in other reg- ions, all in all, il has hetn n year (or Son thorn A1- and allhoiub business in me. ThTre 15' cause I nave had the intcreil of this ]S3_ f for localilr at heart tor so maay years, '-lmissionSi Ucr; Robertson, In Dcctm- Oj -7T ROYAL HODSEHOID FLOUR polnt lo Athabasca ulth Jiorses.- -D. S. Maciieiuie of I'ort ivho jK'coiupahiod Kraser on llic down'trif. brought. these lielta: red foxes ISf', silver, il. mink 471', lynx rits.llLl, j hear. 'j. ivolves 11> '1, olter :'0. wea3els. skunk JO nnil two Tue-value of tiio fur catch in northern' Alborla for tile seasdu cd 'at several million dollars. DIVORCED IN FRANCE A tlilrtj- million tloUnr estate art! liree cbtltlren, two lioj's and a girl, ara luvolvcd to a, crent extent in the divorce of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence If. Mai'kay iti I'aris. Americans are peeved. fcecHHse tlit-y noi industry :md the Atncrican i visited thr. toun, organized thc con- gregation and dispenseil, tile first com- munion oi the Lord's Supper to ten Irmor.s. The first board oi inanagm I included William Stafford, Jolm U. Iliginhotham, Hobcrt Xiven and Dan- !iel J. McKay. Tbe-little consitsa- Hioii ui Christians was served ior Isoine months by Her. Angus Ro'uert- Istn, was followed by a raission- an, A. Cameron. Knrly ic 18SC, Key. Charle.5 McKil- lop, wiio resigned the Ailmaston, Ont jitstoratc alter eight -years oi ser- vice to cuter the mission worV, wai anpointen lo l.cthhiidge liy tla Home Mission Hoard for three.years. lie arrived in Lethoriilgc on July 'i, !lSS6, and for eighteen long years icricd the church ami community. Not dcry toinnunity has had the! present minister, wlio was inducted .fortunate lot to have such a leader I just aco todjy. The new :M 5k. JIcKillop, wlio wrougM many building was offntA tor. yrirs jciiangcs for the better during hislaco. 'ministry hire. lie worked miglitilj-' lor the cause of righteousness at a [time in the history of l.cthbridgc lirauglit'-witli danger as itfll as ilil- ficulty. The history ui Knox cliurcti Kdmonion, Alta., t'cb. Fraser, hag been trad in j in tlin north coniiiry tiio LLFI years, ar- rived in Kdmonton a few days ago with a catch of furp. u-hicii. he sai is the lias in ad e ia 10 3'eare. Hie pack included jjelts ot 17 silver, Tt1 cross ami -15 white loies, CO otter, 30 'yux, J60 marten IM veriocs nud several eliins. He nmle Liio trip soutli from Fort Chi lie- Hands and Arms, Bu'mingand Pain- ful, Suffered Day and Night from Itching, Cured by Cuticura Soap and CulEcura Ointment. r St. "My l-tllc got cinsitorm all over tins handr, ar.J arms, f was gtvcn a sort "of Fhtro olnimtnc Bud lile'n pMal or lo iiiih. After eight days of tLIi trealmcnt HIB riactrprrai oi braJ- Ing dark reU ami veto sprcidiEg, then bunv.23 painful. The chU-j suScrol day and night from tLo great 1 ww ray "One orcnlng I a of CuU- .nrra. Raap anj Ointment thit I had nv. ijui-ilcJ tho year Iwlore.' -Ko L commenced a trash wl th I ho sra of CtLlicurafioj p; then (he CutJcun Olatracnt atiii f wyan to Tort McMurray wilh. four i >t tlib pnrt of three days tbe clilld wu teams, and from the last named otlier incident.1; in crjnucc- tion with the history of ilie olri Icu. TEicn wrote to gome frleadi In Mor.lrcal cogetiomeCulfc-jra and to: After flCtccn cTari' meat 1119 KCro cniited otcr ADtt then on Ifca thoj all and cutcj." (Signed) MM. J1 ario Loulso ajr 1911. When you buy a Cto toilet loip think of tbe ad vantages Cutlciira Soap raosv enpeailvo Eoap i JN ITS SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE' Moles crisp irust. whoksoncbody.arJ fino (lovor if.t oouvit itotm Miui All iJ tho ycr.r JIS wo ntay look Ijy as onn In plfitd H grf-nt deal in a nil also to oilers well coul'I a ntorrn or linancial d, nddtd knrfitlc-'lge ftinl ci> tireiiaro for Iho i bcltf-r timta ll'al aro row approach- Il may br rnid dial rr.uch of navfj and! hcen acutely brought boaie, Silverier Service Wk'.n p-jicnuing iHtet yon al2 cite of deptnd- abitily and bfluty if it Tliii brand, knoni is thai Wren" Look (or ths Irademail. j Sold arably with thc name and memory i of diaries'. McKillop. I old church was start- ed in "the fall ol IflSS Uforc Mr. Mc- Kllfop's nfiival, and finished in Ihe 'spring ol 18SG nt a tota! cost ot It was a frame structure, ur.- painted arid sealed with wooden bencliet. Mr.- McKUlop preached liis firsl senr.on in thc new Ii'Jilding lo fotly pcrapr.s. A Sunday scliool had liecn stiulcil with "two pupils anrl ,1. ftigirihotJiain as teacher, and-.when Mr. McKjilop arrived, the school was urRatiif-C'I wit'i 28 pupils, Mr. Higiu- botbarn liping oiadc sirpccintcndrnt, a position' which Jic lias held faHUIully prci siricf. On" Kept- the RCW jireachcr aOiniriiitcrod the ol the Lord's Supper Iu tlnj foUou--. ins fiixlfen peuplc Mr. and Mrs. Win, Stafloni, Mrs. Hannah Oihhf Daviri lihb, Mr. and Mrs. John Dufi, Mr. and Mrs. Kohcrl Xiten, Jar- riine, 'J. D. IlitintioltiaTn, Mrs. Kli Mr. ami Mrs, Daniel J. Mr- Kay, Mrs, -J- J.-3lchay, nn1 Chris- tina McCautey. On October Jnd, J. ar.d Daniel J. McKay were chosen cldftrs, and the late John Dufi as also chtjxrrj an elder. From this fiine tlic church's intlu- cr.ce inercased. In thc Irripaltcn system gave tTifi (own new life ar.d the church thrived vigorously. Hail- Ing Irtatfh anrl increased 'latiurs caus- Kcv. McKIITop lo rrslgn in this He 'went to Tlnyirifind, an eas- ier charge, where Lo served faithfully nnlll his death in August, ]fo .was sLifccttfM hy Hev. A. M. 1 who Iflt two years ago to he. suc- ceeded by )icv, A. G. Cameron, (hf. church, is Ilie fact that it was first church cvrr erected in I.t'h- bridge, ar.'I that other rriigious bod- tatly days, and the first Methodist class mfctir.g was held in the oM Kiior building, the" corner of street Ith avenue. Oil j