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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETtfBRIDGB DAILY. July 22, THERE IS A REASON Why so many people are buying their meat, butter and eggs from DELANY, THE BUTCHER Our new cold storage plant keeps everything fresh and clean. When you shop with Delany you are sure of the best GEORGE A. DELANY HillBloek Phone 452 Dufferin Street Lloyd George on Religion Our Cakes and Pastry are as good as the best men and the best materials can make them i ,L, _ i'j Phone 1181 and our wagon will call on you O 1 1 he City Bakery How Big Refornri Have Been Effected (London A powerful speech on the Christli religion, showing it lo be the motiv lower which has animated all grea .'dormers, was given by .Mr. Liny :icnrgc (Hie Chancellor of Ihc tix yesterday afternoon at tii innual florul scrvk-c in Hie Welsh tit Una pel, Casdc street, London V. Mr. Hunt, one of Hit! speakers, re erred Lo the decrease in the num. be i f persons who a i (ended church, lonalism. and irilcllcctmilisiu, He aid, 'had failed to satisfy the necdb f the liunian wor up, and lo lakr (his from him was o rob him of llic essential part of lis life. Air. Lloyd George, who spoke .in U'clsh, said he was not discouraged when he heard people eomplain_of the thinning out of congregations, and that things were not, as lo be. Everybody said lhat about every- thing. Thry knew, of course, what wus said about "I'lmeli." Someone wenl to the editor and snid, "Punch is not as good as it used lo and [fin editor's response was "No, it never was." (Laughter.) Well, it was just Lhe same with everything, and the only way lo get at the people was by appealing to the past or the future. There were many men of .1 Conservative leaning who preferred to refer lo the past and to adopt as llieir matta "'Hie old coun- try is not as it used to he." (Luiigh- ler.) He (the lor one, diti not Trail t to refer to the old paths he wanted to raise Ihc country high- er. Me had recently been reading history of the revivals in Wales, and Lhcrc was much in it that was very interesting, not only from the reli- gious standpoint, but as a meditation on the great movements that made n a ti Q.IE progress. "World li Getting Better" Beside the Fire Hall LIVE STOCK MARKET hy Hfcc U'naley, Wiiini- Winnipeg, July since last issue: Cattle 1437, calves 200, hogs-..1573, sheep 155, .as compared with .2105 catUc, -'ISO calves, 356fi "hogs and 435 sheep, for ihc week -fore. The; tra'ffe this week was hy, far the of tjic season. Prices were low- bred a strong 75 cents below last week's quotations, and in many in- stances JJ per hundred was noted. The stocv run largely to the common and medium grades and loo many of the offerings lacked good "killing qualities. Packers have been 'filled "up on this class of stuff and with fche liberal supply on yesterday's market them a chance of an- 'pther' price-cutting in which cvcty buyer joined in. The eastern outlet is as yet in poor shape and little or no demand .from Half fat and stockers and feeders should he left in the country until such lime as the trade demands. The top of the market yesterday was with the hulk of the cat- tle selling between and S3. 85. Best cows here today sold at -1 ccn Is. The outlook is rather uncertain hut on account of. the receipts becoming too large fpr local requirements and eastern markets arc not good, cattle must be bought at prices of eastern market basis. Ship only the well fin- ished cattle. He quote as follows, delivered, fed and watered Best butcher steers and heifers Fair to good to butcher steers and heifers Common butcher steers and heifers.............. Best fat cows 3.75 lo -1.25 3.50 lo 3.75 3.75 lo -I. DO Fair to good cows 3.25 to 3.50 Cannera. ficst bulls 'Join in on hull 2.00 to 3.75 3.00 to 3.50 2.5Q Lo 2.75 Jest stockers and feed- crs 3.50 to 4.00 Light slockeis 3.0Q to 3.35 Choice milkers n ri AVe ought said, Lo complain that things were getting bc- causu people sajd we were not com- parable with our( forefathers. Things were not the world was getting .better. (Cheers.) But life was like the ehh and flow of'Ihe sea at OUR time the tide was high and we thought we would remain so, was left mapy a one wilting. Mr. Hunt, in h'is interpretation of but it receded, and on the seashore religion, had shown that it had spme- l.hinp to ordinary politi- cal life- H was said th'at one must render! and the spirit, of self-sacrifice, those unto Caesar that which was Cacs- j reforms would never have been ar's. What was Caesar? The people.! brought ahout. mw it full of poverty, of need, nt unhnppincss and it was re- ligion that sum-red. Thurcloic, for the good name of religion, religion in UK L be Llic Inspiration of every heart. All the poverty of London was really at llic door of religion. IL '.was the icsponsihilily of Llic Christian church lo look nflei was the first lliiug Ihu irisd'jm diiirclt did when rs I rt 111 toll- lo sue that Ihuri! was nut a single poor man in their midst. Labor Party'. Mlitake There hail never been n rr-vivnl or i rrform curried through except 'by he help and Lhe leadership of incu who gninod nothing by those move- ments. TlinL was one of Lhe nristakes he Labor party were making. They hough t I hey would win reform hrough -the people" 'who suffered on- No reform was r.vciy brought hont by thn people who suffered ou- but always through the help, of liosc who profiled nothing. That wtr. he history of the world from Lhe be- fnning to Hie end. The people who received old-age cnsions were not Ihc people who Eought the Act about. Take any rc- thc extension of lite franchise, he people who moved to extend it ere the people who already hail it. ad been for them there never on Id have been any arid c could say to the ladies that they on Id have the franchise through the .her sex who already bad it. lie would also lell the audience ore than that. Reforms were won rough the aid oi people who lost rsonally by them. Look at the re- forms carried during the last few years. The men who for them sacrificed personal wealth. Me aaw iiuii in carrying the Budget through Lhe Mouse. oi Commons. There was an old gentleman aged about 7fl years, who conducted one of Everything on baking day vupremely GOOD--always-.U you alwiyi Good the Iritis its to nic food tiny xnt, NOStS HOUR BETTER BREAD BETTER CAKES BETTER PIES Meier a criticism If >ou use FIVE HOSES FLOUR LAKE OF IHE WOODS MILLJNG CO., LTD- HARDIE AND THE QUEEN Socialist Leader's Tribute to Her Ma- jesty the biggest businesses in the coun- try, yet who was in (he lobbies at all hours in order Lo impose a heavy tax upon himself. The first thing that man did in voting for the super- tax wax tu hint (the Chancellor) 6ri. and say, "Hcicrs your supertax." There were many like lhat old gen- tleman who did noL gain thuougu that reform, but lost. U'hcre did their sclf-yacrificc come from From :he Christian religion It was our life, and that-was why people inter- preted political principles in (lie light of religious principles. There were political reformers who believed conscientiously that they would never be able lo save the )le until they had destroyed religion rom Ihe world. There was never any niouc destructive mistake than that. Were it not for the spirit of religion. A tribute (o iho Queen is niild by Mr. Kelr Hardie in the current num- ber of (he Pioneer, ;i labor Journal published at .Merlbyr Tydvll. ]ic writes: "At least there is one person nt Court in whom I havo Implicit fallh menu the Queen. I confess to a weal-VMs for thai gaoil lady. She Ih0 only Hoynl person I Imve em1 seen who looks like a heal'iiiy hiimnn being. She Is not of the wax doll or professioiiiil beauty type, bin she ]s n handsome woman, or in Scot- land would be called a 'bounie1 wo- niiin. "Queen .Mnry's features are those of a woman of capacity, who in her time lias had fronueiu occasion In as- pcrt lierfielf, nnd lins done so rirmly lo some purpose. "To sec her, as 1 hare wjfh lier cln'Idrcn. .inn springers .......35.00 to -15.00 Thcreforfr-one must bring religion in-' If the Christian church were de- Common to medium j to the realms of statesmanship. Why? milkers and springers. 20.00 to 30.00 j Tlic responsibility was that of reli- numbers this week and packers keen buyers, prices have been strong. has been the prevailing price, hut rough hogs and stags in the majority nf cases have failed to j 0 j e the I wrong, lie asked, did other 'countries judge us NoL as Britishers only, hut as a Christian country, and if they stroyed the country would he turned into a burned-tip wilderness and Lhcre would be nothing between the people and what called force.. There was nothing between (he people and tyranny but the snail of the Chris- tian church. (Cheers.) Sheep have been in good demand, a few b'unches of good sheep selling at 6 cents, but the majority of' "sales were from 55.50 Lo Veal calves firm at 16 to for Ihe best. FELL DOWN ELEVATOR SHAFT Montreal. July attending a bamjnet of ths Hebrew- Society, Dclj Labroviich fell down an elevator shaft and was dashed to death on the ce- nient floor three stories beneath. Both arms and both legs wore broken and Ilia head was split open. His wife and (wo children were at tile ban- with him. DR. GRENFELL TO BOY SCOUTS DON HOOD FLOUR Dr. Vf. T. Grcnfell, of Labrador, wrote this loiter Scouts: "I was reirling today a letter from a man called Tertullian, It was written to his scliool, and the letter is nearly years old. "I" p.xpccL yon will 1midly believe it, luit Llic'.scliool was really nntt truly to prcpaie scholars to meet nmi'tyniuni bravely, and not to flinch at llic suffering. "Here IK a ,thing lie says: 'An ovcricVl body may be1 good. for the beasts, hut it is no use to CJprt. "A wink is, or should he, as good as a word'to a Scout, so you know what 1 mean. "If you arc lo he plucky and brave, and 'worth while' 'when trouble comes, you must keep yourself hard and fit. "Some silly fellows think that re- gion is all cant, biit'hcfore we Jaugh iet us show that we' can do better than these poor, brave Christians in j Nero's lime, who went Lo the schools for Ihe martyrs. "In Labrador we have got no pen- ny blood-curdling novels and five edi- tions of a newspaper a day. Lots oi our boys can't read and write. Hut they can endure hardness, like good soldiers. "Last winter one boy of. fifteen was left with two teams of teskimo wolfish dogs, wh If, the doctor and his, men travelled off lo kill some deer. "lie was warned not to move, or they would possibly lost. As It hippfneil, the men [ol purled bjr heavy snowstorms, and only found a house fifty miles away on Ihc third day after They at once sent a gang of men to look for the hoy. Do you think he had run away all that long, time, and during those dark, cold nights? Not a hit of it Me was I just where they luicT left Thai's! Din kiml of .Scout the world wants, and Cjod wants, a man to talk a lot, hut one who is loyal and can he counted on. "If yon wanl a good hynvn to stir Ihc blood and pluck of the youngest Scouts, f would suggest, onr. Unit he- gins 'Only an anr.OL and the refrain is to note her henrly laugh and the per- fect confidence existing between mo- ther and sons, is nil thc proof needed of her_ womanliness. U is not to be did, not 'mean Genera] Botha nr Mr. wondered ai, ihat she shows some- ihing apiiroLLching contempt for the geegaws of socier.y. "If all counsellors fail King George, the Queen will not fail him, and it will be well for him if lie gives warn- ing ear to her cov.nscls." After renewing the circumstances, Sir. Kelr Hardie thinks the chances arc against. King George openly sid- ing with Ibo peers, and so he believes that, the chances of an early election are remote. Mr. Keir Hardie says there ivan one mime abflenl. from the honors liat which should have been there. He Andrew Fisher Both were strongly pressed to accept titles, and both as strongly refused. The man he meant was Sir Alfred Thomas. Discussion of the question of whe- Llicr an angel" is.male or female will be reviver! with the nlsclng of .1 benu- l.irul sexless sl.Htue by Matteo Civlt- in the 'Melronolitnn Art Museum. Declaring Peter Reed Loo tough' to be sent among1 the other .prisoners in the Tombs, Judge York, ordered Ihe lad sent lo Elmira "for the protection ot the prisoners." Surely my Cap I Kin may depend me, Though but an armor hearer I he. "He may not be big, bill a Seoul must he faithful, and he's as good as ten men. I "I've had lo look old Father Death; :n tlic face once or twice, find there is nothing in the world that helps vou In keep cool and give him Ihr slip like not having Ihc skeleton ol ID impure life weaken you ,inH .rouble you. Thc hest thing in Ihe world isn't gold and silver or food and not by a very lone, wny. "If I left a watch word with you, brother .Scouts, it would be, 'Learn lo keep your eyes open and to sec chances ivlicre you can he You'll !iavc a life then and career be- hind you thai kings will envy in vtln." Water Pan Is Correctly Placed In The Sunshine pooplp. rPiilixc the importance o( pm Yet, without the -jnoliture. evaporated from the ivntcr (n the pan Llic warm Vilr passing 'rcyialcrs la Imfsh; anil dry. It is hard on your lunga and must be cor- rcctly placctl to be of any real use. If It Is plfliceijl' ncnr the boLLom of the-furnace (aue lower illustrnr' tlon) Die iijoisture lias a long route (see Iravo.' before H readies the pipes leading io---fhe rooiiiji- It must pass alongside the fire -pot- -.and radiiLLor, anil tbc lorrific heat from these nearly every particle 'of mofature ascending from ihc jinn. Very lllllc reaches Ihe pipes or passet through rcglatcrs. r Kow, notice the location of the pan- H Is placed over Ihe fuel door.' The moisture lakes the short, direct roiile to the pipes leading to the rooms. You uim always have moisture-laden, healthful air passing throuch your, regie lent, pro- vided you keep Iho Sunshine water-pan Mlled with water. If you value your health you'll have our local dealer Install the Sunshine, with :i guarantee your houae to your entire Hatlsfaullon. Furnace ndan, Monlreitl, Winnipeg Vancouver, JoSn. Haniilten, ;