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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Janiiaiy THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ANNOUNCEMENT To facilitate shipments to our customers in Southern Alberta, we have erected a four-story brick warehouse in the CITY OF LETHBRIDGE V i under t5e management of Mr. James Glenister, and are now prepared to ship the following goods From Our Lethbridge Stock Bath Tubs Wash Basins Sinks Water Closets Flush Valves Urinals etc. Hot Water and Steam Boilers Hot Water and Steam Radiation Wall Radiation Etc., etc. Valves all descriptions Soil Pipe and Fittings Iron Pipe tand Cast Fittings Lead Goods Oakum Malleable Fittings Plumbers' and Steam Fitters' Tools, etc. KNOX CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING Board of; Managers In- creased-Proposition to Raise Pastor's Salary The annual Congregational meeting of Knox-Presbyterian church, was held last postponed from one week was presided overi by ReivWm. Sheerer. Sixty-five were present, and the meeting had barely gotten under way i Sce if within Jive minutes there is when T. St Mackenzie moved that thc trace oi your former misery, of the congregation take a Tbe name for your trouble more active part in the Food souring; roughfc before the meeting. This was'J6 orSans become weak ailed forth bv the reading of thai juice; you, B is only half digested, aiid you minutes of the previous meeting m-become'Reeled with loss of appe- hich most of the business was pro- tite, pressure and fullness after eating STOMACH DISTI0S IS ENDED FOREVER Dyspepsia, Heartburn ,Gas or Indigestion Vanish in Five Minutes Take your sour, out-of-order stom- oiaybe you call It Indigestion, Dyepepsla, Gastritis, or Catarrh of the Stomach; it doesn't your r Pharmacist and ask him to open a 50 cent case of Pape'fi Diapepsin and let you eat one 22-grain Triangle and LIMITED CALGARY Office; Warehouse A. 'M.BERRYMAN Managing Director" LETHBRIDGE J. GLENISTER Manager EDMONTON H. K. WHIMSTER, Manager. Local News Paragraphs Do Your Hands Chap? W. McReady, of Iron" Springs, is spending two days in Lethbridge.' John Thomas, of Diamond City, is in Lethbridge for two days. Miss Daisy Coleman and .her broth- er, left yesterday for a, three weeks' visit in Vancouver. C. A. Hunt, interested in. ''Milk River hotels and real estate, is in town today. The Alberta Realty..-Exchange -rtv- the sale- oi two cottages on v Coutts street. The .C.P.R. 'states that'-C. Ross Zam-Buk Will One Nigh Make VOUE plans to attend .b-adly )5nds' cold cine Hat-Lethbridgc debate Friday bite; etc., Zam-Buk is th I night in'the Y.iVi.C.A, at 8 o'cock. ;best known balm. Waeh the hands o Messrs. E. A. Cunningham aud W. affected in water as hot as ca; Francis will sing before the debate, be borne.. Dry with a soft towel, an opens. smear the Zam-Buk well ove the -part: If it is the hands, -wear .pair of old gloves overnight. B morning the pain will be gone. The use Zam-Buk a few more times an The assignees sale by. P. G. .Wad'-' dington Co., auctioneers; oi the jewellery stock of C? .Ross in- solvent, is attracting big crowds ev- ery afternoon and evening. The'salt? will continue to be held Ayers CHff Q wnolc stock is disposed of. suffered terribly rrooi cliapped hand A team Sic-longing to the Hudson's Bay Co., ran away last night when the cracks will be healed. Mrs. A. F At times my hands were so sore th; Tale is the local watch inspector rfor f the front axle of a delivery. rig; broke. bsed and. carried through by the of- cial rr-embers of the church. G. H. Johnston, session clerk, pre- vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping in in the pit of the stomach, pain in limbs, sleeplessness ented the Session Report, which was belching of gas, biliousness, sick head ummarized as follows Members ache, nervousness, dizziness or manj other similar symptoms. an 1st 1910 m If your app6tite is and nothin tempts you or you belch gas, or if yo Added bv certificate 48 Y j 4. V feel bloated after eatmg, or your food Addeo by profession of faith 8 ;liea llke a lurap of Iead on your ach, you can make up your mind tha Total 205 .at-the bottom of all this there'is. bu Removed by .letter 10 Removed by-death. 3 13 13 Members Jan. 1910 252 N7umber of-marriages 52 Number of' baptisms .58 Number of deaths 25 'one of undiseste fOOd. Prove to five minute that your stomach is as good as any there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin ea ing "what you want without 'ear discomfort or Almost instant relief is waiting fo you. It is merely a matter of, hoi soon yeu take a little Diapepsim. The report oi the Board of-Man- agers was read by the secretary, R. P. Wallace, and showed an increase Mission Band a membership of 32, atid in envelope and open collections over an average attendance at the inest- tho previous year of 5700.00; and a ings of 15.' large part.of this increase was ascrib The chairman the Building fund reported.that of a subscription of ed -to the duplex envelope system. The following members of the Board had completed their terms of office P. L. Naismith, A. B. Stafford and C..McClenaghan. It. was..moved th'at the Board of managers be increased from six to ___. nine members, antLthe following were -UH-S8 and elected .t6" the. Board: A. J, Irving, leaving a balance in the treasury of John. Home, J. E. Terrill, Chas. Me- been During the past year hart been written off leaving a balance now due of S531.50. The choir fund, of which Rob- ertson is treasurer, showed receipts of Clenaghan, Kelson. J. M. Aitken and W. J. A. B. Stafford moved an increase in the Pastor's salary-, to Sl.SOO per Ihe railroad. Sergeant Oliver, Of "K" division. R.N.W.M.P., Lethbridge, has been transferred to "D" d vision at !fcrac- leod as Provost Sergeant. aod T. M. Ramsey, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. at 512 Westminster Road, returned to their, home at Pineher Creek, this morning. Thc law offices of Church and this afternoon on account of the trnl nf Mr Ohiii-eh's 'mother. They ran. into.a telephone pole and one. of the horses was instantly killed. Mitchell, escaped1 uninjured. A ir.eeting.oi the Intermediate mem- bers of the, Y.M.C.A., was held ;ht and the plans were made last night and the plans were made for organization Oi all the boys in the In- Capped. Ordinary ointments did nbt termidiatc class and steps to beal them> and l was advised to try I could have cried .with th pain... I though I would try Zam-Bu and .see what that wonderful healing balm would do for me. I obtained-a supply, and in a very short time my bands were cured." Mrs. W. M. BailUent, of Port .Hawkesbury, N. S., Tvrwites. "Some time ago my hands were very badly R.. P_Wallace, --treasurer, exclusive of the.manse, but E. j U. Rylands asked where the rnoncv to come from, and the jiroposi- the following report.- Receipts BaK on hand..................... Ladies Aid By General Collection- Envelopes, mission.: 40-1.20 Open collection-.....: carry on a definite work. L. 0. Genest, general storekeeper ot -short time. Zam-Buk. To my great delight, .'it healed "my hands in a remarkably Conybeare. thc at Winnipeg, W. J. Cbo. J Zam-Buk will also be found a surp were closed storekeeper- at Calgary, ami cure for ulcers, blood-poison, varicose G" H> Eaton- master car builder at sores, ringworm, inflamed patches, inn- j Winnipeg, arrived in the city yester- babies' eruptions and chapped places, j day afternoon and left again on thft burns, bruises, and skin injuries" .Robert Wallace spent the first p.irt; wcst-bound Flyer this afternoon. generally. All druggists and stores of the week in this city representing j sell at 50c box, or post free from Zam- one of Winnipeg's carriage supplyx firms. -I. P. Ross, general manager of thn Confederation Life Insurance Co., is spending a few days in Lethbridge in the interests of his company. E. Roberts, travelling auditor Peter 3 months' Old son Buk Co. on receipt oi price, .of Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Whitebangs, dk'd this morning in Stafford Village, i H. The funcrr.1 service will be held afc 3.30 tomorrow afternoon from the residence to St. Patrick's church, and interment will made in the Roman _. ______, ________, cemetery by R. G. Addison. of thc Telephone System, is in Leth-j Cornfier A E Hum hrfcs bridge in connection with the WOK of issuef! a buda, for thc fa. his department, j tcrmcnt Q[ tfae stm_born chiw R. G. McNeillie, district passenger in a box at the Roman Catholic cem- asen't of the C.P.R., was in the city ctery last Saturday. Thc police have. today. He reports that 100 Afterta been unable to obtain a clue as to people took in thc excursion to Cali-j placed it there other than the, iornia on Saturday last. j one of the rig seen to stop at ths R. V. Gibbons, who is on his way cemetery fence some time ago as re- to California, wired from Spokane to ported by the Herald On Monday, his brother here, that he had sold ten A{ ,Ml mMti in thc y lots of the Bamslcy and Gibhons jM.C.A. of thc Sumlav school -workl Division to Spokane parties. jers, it u-as decided 10 hold their D. Baker, District Plant Man- ager of the Government Telephone at Calgary, present in thc citv Inoking into matters pertaining to the plant department of the local branch. 35.53 725.00 Rents Sundry receipts 320.00 11.90 125.00 Expenditure! Salaries Missions and general work.. Balance on hand.............. 12G.31 was tion was voted down. Considerable discussion arose as to the spiritual condition of the church jand it.was thought that the showing of growth was not commensurate with the real ability of the church. Several of those present discussed this some length, and 25 no one felt in a position to blame any- one in particular, it was that part of the difficulty might he caused by lack of interest in' prayer meeting, and negligence in ihe proper teaching of thc chiHrr.n in the Sundav school. Total Several officials spoke of t-hc effici- ent work Of Mr. Wallace as treasurer, feeling- that it would ba difficult to as good, and ;he was re-elected to the office with J. G. Robertson as assistant treas- urer. A. Ripley was elected auditor. S. H. Roe, manager of the Tod- The samc ushcrs as served last ycac hope-Anderson Co., of Calgary, is were with power to ap- here, opening up a local branch, and point others as they required them, nave engaged temporary quarters i The Sunday school 'report shows 100 methods. A'nominal charge oi twen- ty-fivc cents will be asked for the a.nolher, 'tea, and those who cannot theet at 6.15 arc asked- to be present at sev- en o'clock. TABER BEAT THE SPORTING GOODS The Sporting Goods team of the city hockey league, played an exhi- bition game at Taber yesterday, the Cooke brigade winning by 6-2. Dunn, "of the visiting team had his foot badly cut by an opponent's skate and it is doubtful if he will be able t0 the ice tonlght against the team" ELOW WILL BE FOUND A few of the many genuine bar- gains which are being offered at our Great Clearance Sale. Do nbt hesi- tate, but come right along. We are sure to have something you require Everything in the store is Reduced New Embroideries and hare just unpacked a big quantity of the.above and are offering same at a discount 20 per cent, off during sale .Fine'Qualify ins. wide; regular Si.25. Sale price Fine Quality Irish Table ins. v wide; regular Sale price Fancy for and in a -variety of patterns, all up- to-date, 20 per cent, discoiuit during sale Wool all colors; small neat designs; regular 50c and 60c .per yard. per yard 330 Men's Furnishings Boys' Overcoats and prices that should clear all out in one day's weekly meetings on Wednesday cver.- at 0.15 o'clock, when tea will be from Hyde Saunders. H. A. Alli- son, who has been in charge of thn Calgary office, will be the. local man- ager here. This is the beginning of another wholesale machinery enter- prise for Lethbridge, and they will handle farm implements, vehicles and automobiles. This branch will trol thc business for the southern part of the province. Ruth E. Slockctt, aged 34 years. ro- scholars on the vcith an aver- ver; Callahan, centre; Wells, left, and age attendance oi 106, and 22 officers Whitney, right 'wings. and teachers. The treasurer of thr. _ of school reported receipts of and expenditures of leaving a balance in tbc treasury of Thc Ladies' Aid Society reported a con- i membership of 74, and an average at- tendance at their meetings of seven- teen. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, the trcas urer of the society, reported receipts WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg. Jan. wheat op- ened 89 3-S, closed 99 i-t; July closed 1.00 3-S. wheat No. 1 Nor. Qo; No. 2 XoV. 92; No. 3 Nor. 89; No. 4 84 1-2; No. 5. 77 No. 6, 72 1-2. 84.75 66.00 'for for Men's Pea Jackets for S5.00.for for ____ Boys' In all sizes and a good assort-: merit of patterns and -weight. Just the right thing for the boys for school wear _ Regular 7oc, Sale price Eegular Sl.OO. Sale price Eegnlar.Sl.25.- Sale price Men's Wool lined, horse hide shells; reg. Sale Men's Wool Lined Gloves In mule horse hide and Oxfelt, at Cost Price hide, uiji