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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The final Touch to the costume is trim, well-kept shoe. PACKARD'S) DISTRICTS FORMED l be quickly and daintily tpplkd. is self-pollshiiij. Makes all 1 leathers new in tppcaranw. The large proportion of oil preserves the leather, it beautiful aod durable. NEW SCHOOL For rheuma- titm, gout and other signs of disordered kid- or for stomach trouble, there a real therapeutic. rtJue and alleviation in QUflttTX J, J. HILL SAYS THAT THE GRADES MUST BE REDUCED. Orders Revision of the Survey in the V. V. E. Railway in British Columbia. Vancouver, July J. J.-Hfll, of the Great Northern R. R., has -sent word from St Paul that the grades on the V. V. E. coast to Koo- tenay line must -be still further re- duced 'before the construction con- tracts will ibe awarded. An engin- eering party, under J. E. Floyd, is now at work in -the Hope Mountains .revising the survey. The grading of the eighteen mile ejection (between Princeton and the -Tullman. River, representing the ap- .'proach to the Hope Mountains, will completed in October. Tiiere -will Pbe a 1063-foofc tunnel west of Prince- rton, which will be completed in a rfew months... Construction work is mow in progress on the thirteen mile .A'bbotsford section, south-east of Van- couver, with six camps and a force of 350 men and three steam shovels. The located lines of the V. V. E. and Canadian Noirtihern, from Sumas to. Hope, 36 miles, are on the same of way. In some instances, for miles at a stretch .they are only about fifteen feet apart. The following new school districts have been formed: Sections 19, 30 and 31 in Township 8 Range G; Sections 23, 24, 25, 26, 35 and 36 in 8 1; Sec- tion 6 In Township 9 G; and Section 1, and the east half of 'Section 2 in Township 9 Range 7 west of the Fourth Meridian, have ibeen erected into a School District under the name of The Valley View School District No. 2222 of the Province of Alberta. Senior Trustee: Syver Peterson, Seven Persons. Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20! 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, in Township 8 Range 15 west of the Fourth Meridian, have 'been erected into a School District under ithe name of The Golden Prairie School District No. 2223 of the Province of Alberta. Senior Trustee: J. W. Smiley, Taber. Sections. 19, 20, 21, 27, 28 29, 30, 31, 32, 33'and 34, and the west half of Section 22 in Town- ship 1 Range 27; Sections 24, 25 and 36 In Towmship 1 Range 28 r and Sec- tions 3, 4 and 5 in Township 2, Range 27 west of the Founth Meridian have 'been erected into a School Dis- trict under the name of The Seddon School District No. 2224 of the Pro- vince of Alberta. Senior Trustee: A. F.-Scott, Mountain View. -Sections 2, 3. 4, 5, 6 and 7, and those portions of Sections 8, 9, .10 and 11 lying south of the Belly River in Township 10 Range 17 west of the Meridian, have ibeen erected into a School District under the name of The Blcan School Dis- trict No. 2225 of the Province of Al- berta. Senior Trustee: Hen- derson, Blcan. The Lethbridge Daily Herald. July "23.1910. 1 FEEL ITJY DUTY To Give You a Statement In Regard To MiRAiocm, N.B., Jan. i7th. Isawthestrongtcstimonial in favor of Fruit-a-tives' by New Brunswick's 'Grand Old Man', the Hon. John and I knew that anything he stated was honest and true and given only to help his fellow-men. I tried Fmit-a-tives' and the effects were most mar- vellous, and no wl am entirely well from all my Chronic Constipation that I suffered from for to many years. My general health is once more excellent and I cannot ay too much to express my thanks for the great benefits derived from tsJcing 'Fruit- a-tives A. G. WILLZSTON. Fruit-a-tives is not got- ten up by druggists or expert know nothing about disease and the needs of the human is the scientific discovery of a well known physician, and is the only medicine in the world made of fruit Tnicea. 50C. a box, 6 for or trial size, 250. At all dealers, or sent, postpaid OM receipt of pncebj Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. Spokane, Wash., July El- ia y. Maloney, of Spokane, the first woman to settle oa a claim in the Coeur d'Alene reservation in Nocth- ern Idaho, where she won 160 acres of farm land at Uncle Sam's big lottery last August, and Prank Cus- ier, a timber cruiser and locator at Harrison, Idaho, are to be married n a short 'time, thus bringing to a >retty culmination a romance that >egan 11 months ago. Miss Maloney bushels of letters from vari- us parts of the United States, Can- da and'Mexico when it was announc d that she had the first choice on he big reservation, and most of the missives contained proposals of mar- iage. One after the other she de- .ined, until Ouster, who located the aim for her and showed her over he property, remained alone in the eld. Custer was ardent, and persist- ent in his wooing, and since the be- ginning of May, when Miss Maloney took possession of the claim, he has been a regular visitor at the home- stead, which is -three miles from the town of Harrison. OF CANADA ESTABLISHED IMS Total pet 30, lOOt Ovtr Bank Money Orders afford a convenient and at the same time, absolutely safe method of sending small sums of money to any point in to We issue Drafts for larger amounts, and Transfers when immediate payment is desired Main Offic. cor. Round Rtda-ath WMtminttor Rd., N Ward Stirling Branch-A. H. Roach, Gratty W. BailHe. HAVE INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A'NEST OF OFFICIALS SAY THE SITUATION IS BETTER. CONTRARY VIEWS ON THE TARIFF Asquith's Position Is Criti- cized and Commended Mr. A. F. Riddell of Toronto was elected President of the Dominion Association of Chartered Accountants. Montreal, July official Trunk statement Bays the sit- uation continues to improve. Ev- ery .passenger train in this division is now running. The way freight left for the west this morning, also the fast freight for the south. Not a single train that, went out on Wednesday was cancelled yesterday, as was reported. Strikers claim, however, that the freight service is still tied up. No disturbance in this district took place. RAINY RIVER ASKS HELP F.ROM WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, July The situation 'has become, very serious at j Rainy River through danger., from forest fires. Mayor Evans has received an appeal for help ifrom the mayor of Rainy River, and has.arranged to send a fire engine, -a large quantity of hose and a numlber of -men to help in the fight against the fire. You may question Sir Frederick's statement but there can be no doubt whatever -as to the evil effects of a close stuffy atmosphere. In thewinter- time, when storm doors and double -windows help to make the house prac- tically air-tight, we live in a death dealing atmos- phere, breathing air vitiated with the vapor elimination from theltmgs of the occupants and the organic secretions and moisture from the Dores iuuiaiurc irom u of the skin. There should be humidity, but it must be pure and ing as that of the outdoor air, and it is through the introduction of fresh. outdoor air and its ample huundification by means of the laree Circle Waterpan that the "GOOD Circle Waterpan Warm Air Furnace .makes the atmosphere of the house in winter like that of a bright Tune refreshing and life giving. The demand for our booklet "Humidity and Humanity" is taodnr the capacity of our mailing staff, but we have a copy for you upon request stating where you saw this advertisement. THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., WOODSTOCK, Out. Sold and recommended by Hick-Sebl .Hardware Co., Lethbrldge, LIMITED, WINNIPEG, MOB, Have you given EDDY'S WOODENWARE A Trial If not, why not Are you aware of the fact that there are NONE hetter Ask your dealer to show you Matches, Paper of all descriptions, Paper Bags, Tubs, Pails and Washboards. unless he can show you woodenware made at E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada ESTABLISHED 1851 London, July on the speech of "Mr. Balfour in the House of Commons yesterday, and on the debate to TVfaich it led, the Stan- says: "The argument of Mr. As- quith would have been pertinent if he had for a single instant abandoned the attitude of an academic -free trad- er. Why did 'he not .drop the discus-' L of abstract it asks, "and point to a single country whose policy had proved injurious to its developments. Every industrial nation in the world, great and small, with the exception of G-reat Britain, has adopted a tariff, .policy for the furtherance of its industrial develop- ment. Not one of these nations shows the least desire or intention of up' .that policy. There is not one of them which cannot demon- strate "infinitely .greater progress since the tariff regime was institut- ed .than in any earlier period of the same length." Referring to the deputation of 'West- ern farmers, which waited on Sir Wil- frid Laurier at Brandon on Monday last, asking for reductions in tariff, the Standard remarked that' "it Is significant .to note that they also ask- for reciprocity with the UnitedStates." must toe free traders with a it adds, "and will hardly j be recognized -by their co-religionists in this country." (Farmers Will Control. The Daily News says: "The Colon- ies mean to retain control over their own affairs, and Imperial Preferen- tialists mean that they shall not do so.. For that reason .the Imperial preference is an insidious attack up- on the Integrity of the Empire.' What Canada thinks of protection and the preference, the farmers' memorial to Sir Wilfrid Laurier shows. We would not add a word to that, ex- cept this: That it is the farmers who are destined to control Canadian pol- The Express of London says: "Par- ty spirit has stood Mindly in the way of tariff reform, and the Empire has to suffer for it Soon our chance for Imperial salvation will have -passed from us. When it has passed, it will have passed irrevocably, and the Em- pire will pass it." A Severe Blow. The Morning Post says: "The treaty has been 'the severest iblow to the prospects for preferential trade in the future." It adds 'that in the discussion of fiscal relations between Germany and Can- ada, Premier Asquith carefully avoid- ed making the slightest reference to real cause of the dispute between those two countries. The Morning Leader (London) says: "It is odd that the Western Can- adian farmers were protesting against 'the -evils of protection on the very day when Balfour was preaching its advantages in England." .Suggestive' Questions on the SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON By Rev. D. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. can you account for Matt. FAniviS HANDSOME PROFITS Galveston, Texas, July ing the recent investigations showing that many convicts died from whippings and cruel treatment on the convict farms, the -penitentiary board announces that the state would dear on its sugar cane, corn and cotton croos on the convict ranns this year. With this will be redeemed, all indebt- edness for new lands purchased will be paid and still there will -be 000 surplus. There are convicts July 31st, 1910. A Lesson on Forgiveness. Golden you forgive men their trespasses, your Heavenly Fath- er will also forgive you. Matt. Verses 21, would 'be .the result if an individual, or the com- -munity, were to forgive injuries to those who have no regret for having done uhem? Why is it the duty of every man to forgive injuries when they are truly repented of? What is .the limit, as to the num- ber of times, -we should, on repent- ance, forgive a .person who has in- jured us? Wiat should .be our attitude to one constantly does us injury and takes delight in doing so? What can you say for or against the statement that the State should for give crime on the principles (here -laid down toy Jesus? What are the theoretical reasons for 'punishing criminals? What are the practical results of the present method of punishing does it prevent crime? (2) does it reform the criminal? Verses what sense does Jesus use the pharse "the kingdom of here? Who does this king here stand for, and how does his method of forgive- ness represent God's method? What reason is there for us to sup- pose that the sentence of this king, against his faithful servant, would have been carried out if the servant had not cried out for mercy? If a sinner is truly sorry for his sins, and is desirous of not repeating and prays .to be forgiven, how much'urging does God require Ibefore his prayer is granted? If this parable teaches the method and the conditions of God in forgiving a sinner, how can the paraible foe re- conciled with the commercial theory of the atonement? When a sinner is fully forgiven, is he as innocent before God, as if he had never sinned? "Give your rea- sons. Verses was .the amount which the first servant had been for- given, and what was the amount the second servant owed to the first, in our currency? What can you say, for or against, the opinion that a truly converted man could not ace in this harsh man- ner, and how such action? Can you cite any case of a profess- ed Christian acting in this harsh, way and how can you account for such action? 'Should a Christian creditor ever sue at the law a debtor, when lie knows he has nothing to (pay with, and on getting judgment, should he terrorize the debtor on every opportunity? Give your reasons. Verses at this stage the hard-hearted servant had become tender, and repented, would the king forgiTfen. him again? What gave this king a right to re- vive a debt that had ibeen forgiven? Does it represent (the -law of Divine forgiveness? Verse Is it not possible, under any circumstances, for one-to enjoy the favor of God while he cher- ishes a grudge against his brother? (This question must .be answered in writing iby members of the club.) Lesson for Sunday, August 7th, on the Way to Jerusalem. Matt. 13-26. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IF YOU HAVK ANY TITLE DEEDS. MORTGAGES. INSURANCE POLICIES. OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OP APPLY TO T iff 'f ATION APPLY TO Lethbndge Branch Notirse; Mgr. When in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCGNA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city BURTON and X E. JACKSON Props. PLACING GUARDS. Toronto, July Trunk of- ficials declare they will fee moving freight on Monday. Guards are to be stationed at every town. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system, cure constipation and sick headache. Sold by all gists. 'PECULIAR LIGHTNING FREAK AT TORONTO. Toronto, July remarkaJble lightning freak was noted thts even- ing at the corner of Avenue road and Bloor street, when a 'ball of fire a in diameter, but star-shaped, des- cended from the heavens and struck an. electric wire. It ran along 25 feet, causing several wires -to burn, and then dropped to the ground. Im- mediately the streak seemed to 'be filled with a -bright bluish white glare ascended above the tree tops, and which lasted for perhaps a minute Three .buildings were struck, result- nsr in fires and damage.. 'Contracts aggregating awarded ifor a -central heating plant for the University of -Toronto. Mary Allan, stewardess on the steamer City of Meaford, was missed, and her ibody was found by dragging in the harbor of Meaford. Silver dollars are going out of use in the Pacific Northwestern States. The world's most successful medi- cine for bowel complaints is Chamber- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has relieved more pain anl suffering, and saved more lives than any other medicine in use. In- valuable for children and adults. Sold by an druggists. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES To be held at J. C. GRAVES' SALE BARN, Lethbridge Tuesday, July 26 At 1 O'Clock Sharp 16 One span matched gray geldings. 7 years old, 1300 Ibs. One span matched grey geldings, 8 years old, 1400 Ibs. One span matched brown geld- ings, 8 years, 1400 Ibs. One span bay geldings, 7 years old, 1300 Ibs. One span geldings, 6 years old, 1200 Ibs. One span mares, 8 years old, weight 1400 Ibs. One span mares, foals by their sides, 5 years old, weight 1200 Ibs. One span geldings, 7 years old, -1300 Ibs. 15 head of mares and geldings from 3 to 6 years old, from 1000 to 1200 Ibs. 4 head of 1 year old draught colts Stallion (draught) 7 years old, 1500 Ibs. and good to work. Good milch cow, 6 years old and quiet. WAGGONS, BUGGIES HABKESS Democrat buggy, nearly new Single buggy; nearly new Lumber wagon Single top buggy 5 sets team harness, nearly new: 2 sets single harness. I'UliNlTUEE Cook stove and utensils Sideboard, Couch 2 Iron Bedsteads and Springs 6 dining chairs, dining table Xitch AD Table 8 day articles too numerouslxrmention. Terms Cash J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;