Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. 19) 1 THK MSTHBRlDflB DAILY H E R A Ml PACE FlVfi KNOX CHURCH IS PROSPERING Annual Meeting Revealed the Most Gratifying Conditions in Ail Brandies KIWI ch'mh anuiul ratellus lirM last t-sl't 'n H" vhuieli lecture u.oin with a (aiM> law attendance. The uu-.i5.iiu limned Ihr rlusiiii; pt-ihays tlic miM iirobinTous iu thf history diuicli. The if- ynrtb ot tic various activities n-ail am! allotted, atrt fail bhowed an tamest desire un pail of its ii.fjibsis (o assist iheic pastor making Kcuv ihurrh a (OKU iii the umununily. aiiJ it can safely be said that uuriiig Kcv. Can'.eron's :iie, every orsanization has made rap- id progu'ss ami dur.c great gooJ. The must intwviliiis report is thai ol I bo 1.ailirs' Ai'J, ttliiih is published in lurl. The pastor ami members ci the I.oard ot managers caressed in very struiig terms tl.eir keen appreciation ol tlie help the Ladles' Aid Las been in this chuicli. One inrniber asted how it.e ladies always; bid a balance on 11-e right side o! tie ledger at the of Ihe year, another member jibrlant repoils follows THK SESSION Till: Sl.'.XD.VY SCHOOL roll for 1913 is as follows ot me vear, anoinei invumu Teachers and officers 31, scholars .-csliiiR that it might he a food Chinese class 20, cradle roll 102, 'o plrce lady on the lioard oi wan- mating a total ol 409, compared with ol the more im- 2CO in 1'312. The average attendance then was and lor 1913 is 261. The regular offerings in 1813 amounted to JD19.55 and lor special The session Is very much pleased to objects to 532.3o .making a total oi able to report a large increase in S3.1.50. Compared wilh 51.9.20 In the membership dubg past two 1312 1 M! 00 i years, or since our paslor arnvcn, was and for 1313 is 111.00. iliiriiiK that period the memlrrsliip 'n.c school attendance rose his brrii almost doubled, anil at the in January to 327 in November, present lime shows a total ol Ihe oik-ring Irom 55.05 to 511-65. alter allowing for a loss ol 03, q-j.c fibres [or ths four quarters in- tran-iicrii ur mr.oials C1, acrt by flic satisfactory growth which place: 2 (Junr. 3 4 Qual. on I 317 306 tl-alh 3. 108 new members were ,ias added to the communion roll, 33 by ls( _ __ .1 rofcssioti oi faith, End 75 br cerii- crs' scholars enroll licats, altho'Jgh 16 less than in 1912 yj -but tliis. ,iors not include the 27 received last Sunday. The quarterly jjj, ,38 has bten hsld iiull'dlng once in the and a attcMlar.ee oi oTi2 averaging 213 at each sen ice, or 13 more than for the last year The pastor uJTiCiate.1 at 'some 46 marriages, 45 haplisms, and 23 iun- irals, the figures tor being CS, 41 and 3U. ir offering, ..1.30 5106.30 5108.60 SU4.15 Special 41.55 Chinese class 11 20 7 50 Konc arldifional Elders were induct- Average attendance 10 20 cJ on.March 9th, viz.: Mctbrs. W. F. Chinese class ofiering for vea Nelson, .1. W. Uulhtiforu, T. C. Hid- 15 and .1. 0. Waterman. And Mr. ijradlc I1. Tracy, formerly an- elder. 59 in Baiinaw, Miehigan, was welcomed i 35 scholars are i as an associate meni- 59 member 6 102 of the lo our session as an associate mem- chutih in lull communion. 'icr- have to acknowledge with era- On Jiauh 'Jlh the 37th anniversary imMms tron, thc IMIOX church was fittingly obscrr- AjJ J15 00 fro.n I by special services, and a congre- and hom caticnal social, arid we trust that vcar we will have, another simi- .the c.l by special services, anu a congre- class and UK managers a: share ot tho special Mother's Da) as this will mark our MtS year ia this'church huililing, as These sums were emended oa uell as our Mil. as an organization equipment o! Iho schools, the rema.n in letlibridec oi lnc to Presby Tli-session luniis amonnleil to some ierian "Ublicalions, Sunday school S27.25 irom chiefs' donations and of- "le Cross lerings at preparatory serriccs. which Crown byslem of Buttons, and inauy has been disposed ol only in session other Hems loo numei0'js_to detail. for supplies for com-i All accounts against- the Sunday nnin'on. floral offerings, etc. [school.lor 1913 have been met and a We cannot close nilhout a word ol balance oi 553.73 carried forward to Hiariklulncss that the. year oi 1313-1314. which has been so discouraging to During rally week special gatherings mai.y has been a year o! most grati- of a social nature were held, and at lying results in many respects to this nne the first boys' depattment in TI.e fine comfortable Canada ivas formed. In connection inansc. which-houses our beloved pas- with rally week the Sunday school tor and family ereclerl this year is Times issued conditions Eor a con- nnolhcr evidtr.ce that what- Knov. test over the United States and Can- iHnich says she can ilo, she will do, ada lot the best results on the Sim- 1C. U.iginbotliani. Clerk of Session. Kev. A. (T. Cameron, CHUitCIl TUEASUrtKH fund Kpecial eonirlhulion Miscellaneous aurl tlocs. day, and we had the salislacllon ol gaining for schools having 200 to 500 members, Ihe second place with 97 per cent. Thc library is ir. charge oi Miss Sang, who reports US too'Ks in the school library anil 18 in the teach- The treasurer's report showed ie- ers1. There 'were 37 readers enrolled reipls as follows nnd 520 issues of books recorded. Our Louse collection S librarian will welcome, additions ol hooks as there is g, hig demand for 914.15 new books. A good cpporlunlty to direct thc leading oi Ihe scholars in sound am! healthy A teachers' training class md meets for regular study iesson and of the- training A lead Total lormcd a Increase in total collections over o! thc last year V2.1C6.05. course. FRY'S Cocoa-A Gracious Stimulant Not only 15 FRY'S a rich and delicious food beverage, but it possesses to the ful that mysterious, elusive but very desirable "spirit of cocoa" which scientists call a quickener of the brain and nervous force, mth no unpleasant after-effects. Exquisite in aroma, o! sure purity, easy of FRY 6 is the result of nearly two centuries' experience in. high-grade cocoa making. Remember "Nothing Will Do But Particular Grocers Sell It as I trade Supplied by J, S. FRY SONS, Ltd., Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, Victoria Household Economy Jlovf lo lime Uio Beat Cough nnd Saro tjj Making H at Home, A Home department was I______ also lor and as in 1P11 intent! supporting aiong with the Guild a native teacher ir. Ilcr.an f ti i) i, 'i i' t, i Slalioncry In the field of athletics we "liave hwn VPCJ- sircccssfiil, and house the: era'" senior hnskct hall and -Intermediate j baseball shields, won under thc Sun-1 day school athletic Ipjguc- I (Sgd.) J. R. Oliver. Ladles' Aid Society Annual report of Indies' Aid s cletv for During tho year society Expenditures lp during year... .f ami in 6.-16 I.So 6.00 12.50 flncc over hamtuel lo child- ren balance... In the banl- Co-jgVi tr.CilIclnP3, as n. rule, con lain a Jarge .juanllty of i-ialn fyrup. II jou l-vo cuji3 of Eugjr, add CM cuii of warm wattr and ellr aboul 2 inin- you hf.vfl good syrup as money couM buy. If yiu iv11l tlien p-jt ounces oi rmcx cents' worth) tn n 15-oiircc boiile. anil fil] it up wilh Iho Sugar Syrup, you wM have as tnucli coujli aa you could l.uy TMfly ir.ado for J3.SO. Tl kcepa per- fectly- Any housewife easily prc- raro It In fVe And you will find It Hie cough ftynip yon ever In wliooping ty tlio mast levera cough (n ?H Thirty-three numes liavo been added houra. it is Just Imivllve enougn- hns A h.pn tonic effect, and taste la tne list ancl [oiiriecn liwe been two or InTten off, having left town I or otherwise withdrawn (ram thc 30- hold ten rogniar with an average attendance of torty.flve rtic-m- hers. There liavo also been iour spec- ial meetings. At' tho beginning ot the year 109 members were enrolled. Flcpalra on taWes kitchen.............. Sundry cxpcnccs Kalsomtiilng kitchen...... Olictiuo lo Sunday school C-hctiuo to Sunday Behoof Donation to Nursing MUslon, to Mrs. Cameron Choquo to managers; schemes of cliurcb.............. hoqno to managers: organ fund.................. Cheque to managers: to apply on Manso fund.......'. Cheque to Sunday sctiooUbal- 5.25 9.00 50.00 10.00 40.00 BOO n Take a tcupaonful every or.t. Ihicc hours. chest ralr.t, etc. I'jrtex is the mcsl vAliiatte concenlra- 1cd cotnponnd of Norway white pine ex- itJict, rich In giMliirol nnd all the liraUn? 1-ir.s clemenlc. Xo oincr prcpncatlon nil! In ihJi formula. This Tcclpo for making coush ulth PyniT> T.ow uss-l In UiOurnnJs of ir: tho United M ard Cfttiaila. The plan hna often ImUAtcrl. but never success- sora with ifclpr, Jf lh.o rir.cx Is Vcnr hH3 or win tn 'J 1 r IF him If imif fend TJ-.C Plinx Co., Toronto, Oni. oM 28. The ireaiurer's report is aa fol- Itftva: Receipts To'caah on .f 130.4C To chain lens........'., 1022.90 :To diifa colTectod........ 1S8.75 j To cash rtor.RlIons........ 1i To pale of balance of gooda from Poster To Intcr'jKl added........ ii i No need to worry about your soups and gravi ;s, Oxo Cubes will give them lhat rich, ness and flavour found only in Iho choicest beel McKilrop, PresiJent. Armstrong, treasurer. Other Societies other organizations of t'lc church submitted equally gratifying showing slrenuo-Js effort on the part of each lo Kiipr-orl tho gen- eral uclfare ami good voi'k of the church. Tho choir fund allowed tho hand- somo balance of with thirty metnhera. The Westminster Guild roll showed nn Increased attendance over the- rear .previous, and both Iho societies reported good attendantes and largo donations. It wns decided by tie meeling to cdll the new Iho "McKlllop Memorl.i! in memory of tho lole Cl.as. McKlllop. Rousing votoa of. llmnks wcro vol- ed to tho minister, llev. Mr. Cameron I wlio tvap the subject of some very conipllmentarj- remarks on tho part 1 ot tho mover, Mr. C'lver, nnd Iho sec- onder, 'Mr. K. N'. Hiilnl.6l.him. Other p.nd Indlvlduala Includ- ed in this aiisclal recognition ttcre; The choir; Mr J. 0. Hohertson, envoi- oro secretary-. II. Sutherland, the Ireasurcr; the Sunday tchool tea-.liiers and ofllcers; the Indies' Aid; Mr. J. E. Tcrrlll, and others. vote the Hoard of Managers was Increased lo twelve members, tho fol- lowing new members being elected, three lo fin vacancies caused by ex- plrntlon of terms: J. Q. Robertson. James Aird, II. P. Wallace, A. M. Marshall, J. E. Terrll and W. K. Nel- son. J. K. Oliver elected secrc- oj the Hoard; M A. aTrlcfc, secretary of Lhe and H. Sutherland, chlel usher. BANKS FALLING IN LINE Washington, I'.P, Jan. ICOO banks have notified Ihe treas- ury department o! Ihe acceptance ol tho new Currency bill. ONTARIO DEPUTATION REPRE. SENTINQ CHURCHES ASK FOR RADICAL CHANGES IN LAW Toronto, Ont., Jnn. pro hlbltlon ol t'ac ot all liquor after eight o'clock In the evening, and be tore eight o'clock in tic morning: th( prohibition of tlie tale of liquor or a'f hollilays; Ihe prohibition'of the salp o( liquors, totli In and hotel after twelve noon on Saturdays. Thoso were tho requests of a larg deputatton, representing the Anglican Presbyterian, Methodist and IJaplls churches, which interviewed Hon. W J. Hsnna todny, and nskcd that Ihlngs embodied In legislation a tho of the Ontario I ialature. WANTS FULL MONEY CHES (lerlln, Jan. William c Wled, who chosen for she thron nf Albania ky the rireal Powers, n fused to accept the offer until call; factory financial ariangcmcnls hav ecn made, according to an author- live statement issued here today, lo says ho will receive a deputation f Albanians who have corao to tender Im the crown only after an Inter- ational loan has been obtained. A Mil el lhi> and tula of ft it. ttf' dalw Iho ind Rulora your slan-.ifih lo healthy by liking A Na-Dru-Co Dyspapsll indculojt the best frisr.ds (or suifern Indljesuen and iysptpsli. SOo. Boj ll your Maiit by Inj Nilloml Om; ud Ci, ol CuivU, Urr.lHd.