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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD TORTURED WITH TERRIBLE EGZEfeA laCTi'WtarRiUnElmsUetil Cued H6r, CM., JXK.aml. i9IO My wi !e tioubled fo r three y-ais vah the lunds, which rude her haads otacst useless. The doctor gave her Mirrnl ointment5 lo use, uonc of which had any effect.- her to new rubber gloves (SBt wore out three (i I penuaikdher, as a list rtsort, lo try Jthe.'efftct wu mjr- veUous. Her hands ire noir cured. ,Vi'e both attribute our present JOUB5RT "positivelj all Skin Troubles .became it js ibt greatest blood punfjiutc nedicme in lue world jooaiot, 6 for f3.50-lriil sizc, 35C. Ottawa..--. Vy, .-L 1 COMMISSIONER MOPFAT WORK INC WITH FARMERS TO SOLVE PROBLEM MioUod, UulT the securing terra labor for'the har- vesting of tils year's'crop proroiats to be a delicate one; Industrial Com- missioner Sioflatt has liken the mat' ,ter in'huJj' and farmers BMd men, ate .asked to to him'aV won In'tbjsway ihe" lanceti', of. the. Macleod district should "npeiiaiice. little or'no diffi- having' their needs supplied A' aid .of (tie Macjeod Cricket cliik is btini.held in OB Mr. and cartoon -perforaance will. assisted.by the.brat oiilaaal'.tBlrat., RV-'E. ot c'b'uit.thas'rwigaed c-hik the "service o! "at Rcg'uia. .'Mtf.titi RigiaV night Iud hii'faniily Vill follow. Mm in a V proprietor" of the applied to. the 11 for i fair Jititigsf'of the' supreme eourt'-iu-Mapiedd'kaveJbten Oilraiaal, v'Otrtiilter There will large cases' board; I? the Pastor and a Layman r at Knox Chinch Yes- terday Mr. J. D. Higiclwtliaifl, who was a delegate to the General Assembly ol the Presbyterian church held in Toronto last month, occupied the pul- pit ol Kuox church yesterday morn- ing, to give his report ol the pre- Assetuuly Congress.' His version of the greatest gathering in the history of tie church was most [aspiring, and a large" audience' listened atten- thcly to what had to .say. His report follow) in part: When Edison, the .inveiior, vwas asked if genius was not" largely In- spiration, he replied, "No, it is i third inspiration and two-thirds per- It was a great" thought to have conceived a gathering as the 1'rcVAs- tfrmbly" Congress, and very great or- ganizing ability to carrj it out suc- cessfully in ail its deialU. Dr. A; S. Oi'ant was, the "king- to use a dynamic force baoV ol' the whale il- falr. Dr. Qrant is a he experienced both the iniptratlaa. and perspiration before the Congress arose" from'Us labor's. The delegates, in fact, reached'one, of the highest points of enthusiasm throughout thiir meetings when the chairman introduc- ed Dr. .Grant as "the'man, who, had made the'Congress and as he came that vast audience, aross.aid waved his handkerchief fire min- utest "Mr. J.1 Campbell Sec. b! the meot in the. United .States, stated that Dr. Grant was ono'ot the et.t religious nrit-'fll'- it was-'a ii" -fiair j the greatest n: Riii. i '.i.'--'i .1 the history i i .1., l! r wonderful. ,..m in tk'is o'r At 9 the'-'morning ol June wo stood at guariied eilrances .to -.-Maiiey' our" and red badges -garoir thai of the.seats-were occupied', and M, were obliged so lar-'frorn :-i flay, a locals. lev." of o hai'oeeu visiting _t for- I sigkV.''--Df.! I r.-r. (i--.. ia, rtiirrh 3ft ,ti i'v kr- ..i.'.-t la an inspiriting' talk ou "The Mes-1 from both of nhicu 1 should gladly quote, did time permit- Prol. Law and I'rincipal Falconer dclitercd delighiluHy cultutod as well as up- lifting addresses. "The Nature of the Church and Training lor Service" re- specli-.cly, Ilev.-W. D. Reid, our late superlnfenilfut, a statesmaalike deliverance immigration prob- lem in our foreign popu- lation and moulding them'into'good Canadians as veil as "good Chris- tians. These were then called to the platform when the audience rose and sang, "Blcit'hc tie.tie that binds." Time-would fail me to even touch upon.the addresses and papers given their wide range ot subjects bear- ing as they did upon rural problems, tLo bettering of the condi- tions ol lile, the" raising of the rev- enues of the church and tho outlooV on-the foreign missionary" fields. One, feature, must not be overlooked, .was the meeting ol friends and relatives, many of vrhom bid not rcet for twenty or thirty re-unions of the various colleges, etc. The great Congress' was called, Ibnerer, as Dr. Qrant stated, sat only' to" give Ihe workers, particular- Ij- (hose on the, frontier, and their holiday, as many oi them were at tiielireaVing point, re- vitalize Fresbyterlanism, to .'throw out a challenge to the whole church. Mr. Higiiibolham'then read the re- solutions passed by "the Congress To bring to a fession of their faith Christ as Lord nnd Master those'whose're- lation to. our church is at present me'relf nominal. To bring iuto the fellov of our Church .those ol our "own munion coming. lp ,us from 'c lands'.' To.unite {he nhole bod people in the. nizing and of Christianizing T ial, Jho' industrfal, the'civic f. j f-r y. oilier -our '...l that the-situation is such as to n 'be :.Christian C. that i. other-speech J i -.now''apd love t I our Lordj-and i up: the .God in our .beloved land., his Congress" "'Desires "to and to lay :bfciore the conviction' that thel pres- 30 ffiVJULlEN COALHURST PRESENT PURSE OF MO'NEY TO DE. PARTING; CASTOR A larevcll reception was tendered o the Kev. Mr. Allen, in tho church on Tuesday niglit, by the Presbyter- ian congregation on the eve of his departure to his new charge at Cob- dec, Ont. Although there was a general feel- ing of. regret at losiug ilr. Allen, jet the social .feature ot the gathering was' thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr, James Lindsay pprlormfil the duties ol chairman in his usual leli- citous manner. After a few introduc- tory remarks, he called upon Mr. Ronald MacKeil, who lead the fol- lowing 'address Her. W. J. -Altai, Coalhurst, .Alta-, Fritnd >nd Pastor Yfe have assembled here tonight for the pur pose oi bidding you fareweil, and to lake" advantage', of- the opportunity to. express to you our Icclings ot es- teem and' affection. among us at a time when the, of the was most discouraging-, But the splendid training you received in missionary Writ, coupled Tilth, the cheerlul op- tlmisn) which) has characterized all your work hjre-, has enabled you to lay a solidTbasia.for the future up- huilding-of a'united and self-support- ing The strict "adhesion in your daily life, to Ihe'ldetls ol.tlie gospel you preach, has been" an inspiratiori to us.' Your genial 'jmannfr and kind and generous disposition together with tho. interest you. hare taiea In our spiritual- andt social needs has "won for. you a perrcanent place in our af all be removed yet ve shall be spirit. And we krest your work trust fecfioas.- was. B lied to repletion. >VKat" Sich" is' would" priiTidM he -in his shall same, measure of God's -.meet blessing as, it las met irirh here." We, nre nbt- .unriiiniiiul at tbis time tbst she is not; torrccdve ID person the thanks which we wish ,j-ou to for 'the work .'she has done while. us, In TC ask'yoii to" yoursclt and Mrs.' 'l' banner Week New Vjuiitvllle Circuit Tno now vauduvllle circuit open tonight at She ilorris theatre and will no douht pleasant for all theatre goers. Morris has al- ways made it a study how to please the amusement seekers tho hot, aud now Jtete confident that he lias hit upoa the right (rail. Commencfng to- night there he three Bplcndid acts ot vaudeville and three reels ol excel- lent pictures. "Silver and Grey" are refined entertainers ooming direct from one of the circuits of the lllis Maria Glrard" Is an exceedingly clover character comedienne and has been a strong headline feature all through the States. The original "Aron Gates' 'is one of those olsver hard and .soft shoe dancers which Is better known as the ma a with tho edu- cated feet. He Is also a clever sioglng' coraedian. The pictures will coasifil ol ari excellent drama, entitled "The Flower Girl" and two hilarious ipllt-rwl. comedies. The vaudeville will change .Mondays and Thursdays and pictures daily. The prices oi admission arV within-reach of every- adults 25c add 3acT children 19c, A conKuuous yerlormance from 7 p.m. to 11 p.ra. Big.Feature at Starland .Today A genuine- feature production is to be seen Starland" today. This big special entitled "The Sea -kith out except'oii .the greatest human in- ever produced Mn mov- ing pictures.---A short synopsis of this big two-reel production1 follows: .A retired sea capUIn'and his grand child become fast The boy'a father, a' .min'ster, objects to the of -the two owlns to the manners and language of the old man The grandfather' Is' deeply, hurt- and goes away learn etiquette.1 'pur ing his absence" the'child pines tor his granddad, and becomins violently ill calls for him in delirium. To save the child's lifeline old man is tele- graphed forj and-, a touching "scene "i, r. 1 of Allen evidence' of our rr ;f- I oodwill.- made. -the. prc-! -.-a! i bis Id.' Is tsH (he r I I-''-themselves to-loyal'sup- .the" 'General in its Lord, Aboiit'AMernbly In.the the reviewed th'e eessioris of'th'e "Aisem- S L': i I' their they-'afose and o' icar i -.-ill -.Lai sr >j.' hly. "As of bt ISir.Jth the 'Si IfraUoa I Dr.; Otnuml ssSoner la( Parlii'j. :W. Bo'rden aid" Dr." 5Ic- IBaln' are on. botrd of lEriiiitu; Sir George, Gibbons IboVnl Carmiola, pi VirjinUii.' 1 The' Canadla'n'" irtio ire Ibirk.lsain'iii Loodon, 'sail oo Vet- Iriet'lay'on the- Vlttorlas, '-with the' ei- IcepUon of a' few yko go slghtieelig ob Ihe copUnenf, k a cue' which MCM! u .bad at poMibly be, .K. FOI j read, with '-r -e great re ceprlon'.Khicb. this bfcro il Chicago, 'and 'now they have the -for the con picture ball. TWE_NTV-SEVEN PASSENGERS :IN- .FIVE PROBABLY'ifATALLY 1 .fiii ?i. venty- Irlt Eldoraitd'abput noon aid was i.ai "i-.irr ra'. ai A-J Ipn'g.a-ptjriitc t spirit in" -ni-. work, and low and sw-'f'1' consideratic'. i :.-s all of the TI. Malph ;A. of' Winni startled by "s.ta tin g Protest- ants in Canada "over .one-half 000) do go to'church I.'ISO.OOOV l.VM liivc n.uct plnxre In tkminr to'you the.bcneGts retrived Tablets' tengiuu me son oui .o well-being springs and II Is to lie arnongsVlle tho .world It will be Ood-iearfng people. I symptom; arkftrinl abou- I all Iheatrmtised ctirei with 110 mciew I Voa Dyspepsia I TatMU UK bwt cuMtire agtat f conic I it now ptt'tsan (a infa ImtidirrUi.tlieir coewqiKtit Mmih i I- .V A Im-.t V 'i 1' B" .1 li'-l1. f i Uikcn iip" Sir, i work'bc the i-l-ailm. I c servW'.and !i.--, .rV -K -i i.: who.had v i- i i .of vice its .Church Untan' Thls-was'the iost earnestly deiit. ed niiestion before the assembly, stated hid vol-. ed .w.lth tho the resolti. untrA.f'rJs" felt ihat ahead with church union, ,ae would by many were against' >-e-would lose .the name PrcsbyteV- Ian. Xotlilng that Iho-chuich. e'.nameV h.i 9d. I ta. i i e mader at r a FOR. THREE CENTS'. SINGLE: Admission ZSc.% .FOR THREE Buoy INTERNATIONAL-FKJLO'. VS. AM- ERICA, FRIDAY'.ANO SATUR; DROWN I NO 'AT W. ported to 'to, good swimmer" James 385" Kennedy- s'iale like a last night, by a turned in mtd-stream; oy '..the from a 'the row-boat were George ''Mill M1 ri: ho{ and w-t.- '-irb.vl his attetapls'at'-i-.i-i; t-.i trim! to Meoarclt TlieAtre A Wlerd Myrttry DrVma Two' plCTUREtrl'i him f TU'riot 'able to grmip Wa, -Citr a '-JOB tm U YOUR HAIR TURNING GRAY OR FADED itrack.by. a DARK BEAUTIFUL COLOH iHMn HEALTH: There is one BOW- adays or. or dandruff titt it'ta fcll out Falling hair-and daarfret a beautiful head o< .jto" MM aa4 gruy sad Jaded" hair' rx) took tr, -.1.1, yoa ha.r to' Ita aat- (.jk-k y and rttcttrt- ly inr.n arijlti'hf IK ao ttmj UM, ;ul a at cltki, mo- ud ttrrtrit44 at UM alrmt' to lu-wtnml tUlr, Heala .to, _ fwfcni tWr fcair uert mtMttUrf clcaMr'.ta 1 Umott, JU--4U Mcak. ;