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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETUBRIIXTiF DAILY HERALD Jnly 22, All the Ashes in the Pan Our agent will be to ex- plain this arid many other fea; tures "which go to make the Sun- shine Furnace the invest- ment- Write for booklet. bother with a The Sunshine has ash chutes. that direct. ail ashes info pan where belong. The cool bail handles make easy work of empty- ing. no Sunshine ash pan. the the they Sunshine Furnace Undw Toronlo Mralrei! 'SMniuptE Vsncouver X.B. Hirailton SasLsloon Edn-.cn'on SS2 I: WALK DEFENCE Of In Debate at Wesleyan Con- ference Defended Dr. Jack- Intelligent Youngsters i conference today discussed-the post- 'lion which hail arisen through Ibe I ccntroi ersy over Rev. George Jlei' son's Feraie) -iecturet Before tha dis- cussion, the-precis', reminded the, ccufereiice.tbat la that session they cci'ld pot nnke cliafjei against ui'r j liters. That could only h0 done 1 rasteral sessions-, and the shculd be confined to the question !ihe of 'Mr'-' Jackson's iioiulraert io Biilsbury College. who stood L> the old paihs out of.It. 1 .TheQuciation's'objecteJ to, ed oui, were from books studied in their colleger and prescrib- ed by conference, is reading for prcbationers, and .vihoss prilse heard In all cbiirches the bWvico they had tendered .in Ibe eipbsllloh auJ defence of the Christian.truth. U he. was had erred, Jacks-an continued, he was in company with nearly every'.modern theologian, :T the Christian CLARKE THE LADIES Coliej jtilinchestef) moved that I "Seeing ibat by the imblkal'on of the j 'l of Mr. Jaik'soa to the autf of Uids-' his'caused dct-p oo4 widespread unrest, the ayroinime.nt U Church ho mleh't'belong to. 'ile ad- mitted 'tin U tie'lectures were" de- sijineil for. wfio were'called tin- ..-Itlcism; pu'r- Yndlcat- 1 it should H.M to' lines delivered .anu to teaching candidates Were abou't' to be ordained Into I Kcrnley lecture since the designation tni, ministry; ..There as liltle, ne'rV, Ijy itt; nnd uolhing dtsturhing. As "ticlts 'outsppkeij, he had oaispiken'to h'butt: b'at Ills' Till-: COUNTESS OF KOSSLYN cf.youug Jiien convinced him o( j Disclaiming any desire to iifee part need of'frankness.'- He iu a heresy, tunt. and. acccptins ar.y young lu iJatUoa's avowed loyalty lo .Method- foV'thc'a'dyocaoy, of -adyjh'c'ei jlEia. he after "careful ,e.v and.he jiid'npt jauiination ba-J come gL. at tbe fearV'cuid'.trJssivlnss'ijhlch i to the- conciusjon that Mr. Jacison tad influence, of lu.iery llt- I hail adopted the premises of the new 1 theology irith- the of 1 Methodism.. He.jvas'al.-aid. however, tiii ilr.. Jackson's .-appointment to oidEbuVy'-.misbT" stuilenls of tb jiieiv" theology} wiihout accepting to conclusions of-.MethodiiUi _- Dr." Colley further argued that Mr. Jackson was an'unsafe while lie tirue -Ciblret Minister Supports' Perhaps of grtatife MO in' fa- bpcec Right Bosr- of the .'a witness .that he.Etill held fttl Jofali' "1 but'in th.s con- troveriry11, am thinking >oung'- men: than o t' cpnf erence: 16 'declare.'In" against _hira.-Trill_cc.mpeIJuany, ofjiie who .cafe fa: mpVe our sonsfand jjiuginits linn for any thing elsi.ii fxir r, .-i 'I IS In the Sale of incuts are rc-ini'or'cedby.scoves tractive v.nliiQs froiii jat.licr soctioris DRESS GOODS VOILES AND WASH GOODS, PRINTS, AND GINGHAMS, COTTONS AND SHEETINGS, AND EVERY OTHER" LINE THROUGHOUT JH1S.YARDAGE STOCK, INCLUDED IN TOMORROW'S JUST A HINT HERE OF THE MORE.; TWO" YARD SHEETING 28c Regular We value Kitra heavy. weight, full" .bleached, soft and free from ..dressing.- VOILES AND MUSLINS ING'S AND MO .Regular Values Plain -.bordered Ratines arc also included! lovely gooSs, very cheap.- .HEAVY .TURKISH TOWELS All whlte'or brown aitd white Urge Eize, {rinse ends. "YARD 'WIDE.SILKS Reauar Value PRINTSrAND- Light and guaranteed irashablc.' RATINE DRESS LENGTHS.. Excluiite designs.' 'All coodi raising In price'SljUKV. 115.00, and dreii-.al One- Third Splendid .quality niesfaline In colors tan, champagne, gefi and Allother lines thrpugjiput yard goods on similar reductions JUDGE; -SENT '.Y'oUTHfuL HIGH AT MACLEOD '-to i1: A temblr'; Crime .Com rlaje" v'oV'B, 'iad-.iri a fit the'inajinir l.u.i.i r, i-. r. i !.-'k i-ari i.. I.- .r.arr. in.- tN has" al Chan- STEALING CHARGES AC- AND SWALLOW. gVof- at i ,'c REVOLVER' CAUSEfa .DEATH ;July' "accideBtal Srevolvw death "of a'ged :'i :v i ..1 ll' torn.. In Kp-pt-Ixi I i cises unfettered 'he'iriSde of lo rail Mfr --Lond''-''.- of "tie Bcotian I. I that 'th' i -.1. i: I late y- aTCemoon o'n Holan_d Sw'allow V.1.1; "OflBBp', ho'mest'ead of stealing ho.'- a-, l! raess in-toe" special .sittin, District'" e-'vesr cbargc, .at 1 wai let eicii "fl" -.charge, tke terms to nin concurrently hi Inittnce, wit b hard 1 abor In iamminE'tip.-Judge.JacVsoa said Mabdi "i .COO.C' 1 s :y, bu i1 i s crept lor mT-tiargely to irrigalic.. now sir-million. -the whole1, cfl At SFi) TALK A HOLIDAY i i-ut'. In' 'to.his ind de- 11 horde at .only r- could the Egyptian native is imprcism. uy" porrip i'ore iliarl English .wo uienUM ei'the loday tbat 1 how. pWDER Rlbboi Tea, BaWng Powder, Spices. Sittictf. and best. When ta tooy Hltbon. TVe guarantee perfect wluTtJ.ouf pyre tiac himaclf. .works 5 h'quri .a rarely if ac- ipts-a 56clal 'bifgagement. ,lle'is a rror fw hem' solely'hy .rcaulls'wlihobt fear or favorr'- Ife gives only Ihc alfghlesl ackno'w they do and rery- severe; when JleMs not popular'a'ny.whsr'e.'but.his poaitton fo strong no oua dares.- anylhins he does.'' Ixird Kitchener's ambition is to transform the Souda'n deaert into a GIVEN 'LIBERTY j DEBTS a "fiftmer Kdraon.tbn operalor and before'Iba't a Montana1 financier of r.tite, until recently serving a ten- year (erra In.lhe Montana penitentiary for. cmbcvzlsinsnt of. 19. at illbt-rly. The Governor of.Montana.! (sated him a i.ardorv on condftlon IbAt ha niake repij'nienl to his creiiitois of amount-o'Ms 'deficiency thj next five years. "FELL .OFF, A LAUNCH Wallaiebiir'g, 'Ont., 'July" ii.r-D. J. Down'si resident of-NVal- laceburs. launch .On'Sunday In the St. Cjare' nerfr Algonac, -Midi, ami 'iij boily i brougbt lo Walldcebu'rg today. Th'ei'jgqgitlirfess und "idepends Ask Your Dealer for SiJyer-Uil OREM wij britt. of ;