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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta AWARDED SIX GOLD MEDALS AND EIGHTEEN DIPLOMAS SOLE AGENTS 407 FORD STREET WEST j- to call 'the we NTION nnal i nm i A ii CONVENTION WAS A GREAT GATHERING Stiring Addresses And Enthusiam Bring Sun- day School Convention to a Close The Friday afternoon session "of the j Lethbridge District Sunday School (Association Convention was fairly i well attended. Miss Palic gave a mj- del Primary Session that proved a revelation to those present. The order, i of procedure was followed out exact- ly in actual session. Officers Elected nominating committee gave its report, which was adopted as ful- lows -President, J. D. Higinbotham, of Lethbridge ijvvice-pres., G. C. Collier, Lethbridge; ,kr-, Lethbridge; Department I Miss Main, advanced grale, Mrs. M. A. Mason, Warner; adult, Bible class, T. S. McKenzie, Lethbridge; home department, Mrs. 0. E. Tait, Leth- bridge.; teacher training, 0. D. AUS- Urfki' Special final A BAY TO costume Is a trim, well-kept shoe, WIND rrnnir Found in Being Tin-own Away be quickly and daintily b self-polishing Ml leathers new in appearance. Tho large proportion of oil preserves the leather, making It beautiful and curable. 25c a it 18 >MW. THere'sc Packard Dnui aig to suit e Investigators Lethbridge c missionary depart- jment, E. J. H. Vincent, Taber tern- jperance department, A. M. Bunt, central committee, J.' D. Higinbotham, G. C. T." S. McKetude, J. Torrance, and W, Jordan. Plan of Campaign Mr. Kenny proposed that the cent- j ral committee outline a plan of cam- paign for a certain date, having for its object the touching, and into line of the schools of the dis- HUDSON BAY ROUTE BACK DOOR OF CONTINENT Continued From Page 3 Chicago, July Blooming- tou there canie a statement by Chas. L, Capen, who was chairman "of the i Peoria auti-graff convention, reciting (some of the successful ways adopted [by the legislators of Springfield for i putting taxpayers' cash into cir- iculation. Mr. Capen declared that this information, being the same ac- eumuiated by City Club's inves- i "gators, would DP issued in printed' form for wide circulation. is one of the practical moves to follow up the oratory and advice of the convention delegates interested la a of the legislature pro- gram, "Who'got the is one 01 the problems with which the forth- coming report, will deal. The. inquiry has been ercitcd by the discovery that seventy-one new writing machines were purchased for the last general assembly, but that fifty-four (of them have mysteriously disappear- Some one, according to Mr. Capen asked this question, -but the un- wSui T-A-TIVES" Is On The Outside Of Every Box For All Tde World .To See made of the juices of Ss and to nerve tORics and and prunes, with valuable heart and i-ce is-healthful-but perhaps some do not and y value as a medicine. An inent S fruit cgenmeoting, found a method of SSnf ffter thus increasing the medicinal or curative fruit juice, i named official replied son Strait and across Hudson Bav J may be taken to extend from the r am not at to tell of July to the-1st of November.-'" i. In the there may be afforded is evident, then, that the period an opportunity 15 vrhich navigation is possioie i reliable guess as to is, roughly speaking, four months The dM not question then arises the purloiners of -state of getting all the necessary There are current from their introduction to the pubSc made is o. Then tonics and anSseptS are tablets, now known far and wide as Fruit aVves" ir be p The plan Of campaign was adopted, and its outline the central committee. was left to j perlT. There xiecessarv ship j charge during: his-absence Mrs, Joseph Jackson and family are at Present visldng her brother in For, Ottawa, July S.-The national com- issuer, on technical education decided i 'heir itinerary today. Commencing- Halifax July iirh. the commission will remain in the Maritime province umil August 24th; then go to Toronto Industrial Exhibition from Sep- go west about November 20 aad it is expected that the tour of Canada will be completed early in January The next four weeks will be spent "visiting the tmited States cities, including San Francisco, Chicago, Milwaukee, Pitts- j burg. About the 'third week m August che commission will sail f0r Britain and the continent. ake advan- lije can never -ait for he season. Paid last vear Q..O LU LLif- success of the project, point also to che unlikelihood of return traffic and in freight of sup to i ILIJ. its Chicago skyscrapers Of navigation about the same floor space secured the same service for the Uon to the 3912 session of parliament' or these data enough f islature on the Saturday j necessity of getting inculcated in to a great, deal or That which has j Che minds and hearts of the boys a Sunday school spirit, using as a bas- is the class spirit. If necessary, or- After all ha of the Canadian The grain crop West is increasing (plowed again, but a great deal will be i disced ar.n so amazingly that some more quate means of transportation must tound. These accnmnlatin- mil them into an Athletic League j Jions of bushels of wheat must b its competition, give them each Dandled somehow. Such is the insis tent cry of the West. Those of sanguine mind see in the near future to Hudson's Bay, each car load- u-ith the wealth of golden grain, i the impatient vessels that are to carry it overseas. They see the great problem of grain transpor- tation, if not solved, at least slmpll- tied., not only for the Westerner but and every one some work to do, ever remembering that the church work is copious enough to afford a field of j activity for every talent. In con- clusion, Mr. Kenny emphasized the importance of the Home Department j rushing of the work. Equipment Service The Equipment service led by Rev. E. S. Bishop, proved a means of spiritual uplift. The Evening Session Last evening's meeting was the best in the whole series. The attend ancc was encouraging, the music was thrilling. The address by George S. Dingle, ,oi Calgary, upon "The Organized i Sunday School outlined .the dozen side to of I paratus. i That one man day j Binding a clock once a i That another man, 60 years old a blacksmith by trade, was'on the pay roll as a S3 a day. He is said to have been in Spring- field twice during the session-to draw his pay, since at other times Ison's Bay Co. duties. OPEATIA'G UP n CAMP i Construction to be Rush- i Meeting' terms in Was Adjo'llTHCd At least half the secret of the snappy fresh- ness of MAGI Water Iies jn its bottling, ft is bottled onlv .it the NEVER ship- ped u, from the in- stant it gushes frorc be- w bed-rock until you open the bottle on your own fc-.ble, not even the air and thing else, ever on its journey from bed-rock to bottle, ,t flow, only through wlver and nickel Erery bottk w MAGI tnay bought from to coiut, or cnrhon.tcd. It plntl> f the bottle or the ewe. Caledonia Springs Co. Ltd Caledonia Springi, Ont. in considerable detail the work of the Sunday school, its origin and Cathedral> Kin present day condition. At present we have twenty organ- ized districts in the A central committee of S or 9 members, sit at Calgary, has control ol j these. Jr. addition to this general board, our representatives in the pro- vince meet twice a year for the con. s Cation and ratification of the ac- lions ot the respective district ccin- j nut tees. We use our general secre- tary as a means of visiting each dis- trict and inspiring its workers. We j need, to-day, the sympathy and in- jterest of every active'man and wo- in Alberta. The problem must not be ncgloctrd. Our future business and professional men, our leaders of j thought, must come from the boys and girls of to-day. See to it that I their young minds be rightly effected j that they may properly serve the in- J trrc-sts o? the state turn. The Great Commission "The Great Commission of the .Minaay school Worker" Vas