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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta IMSETEN THE LETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 6, .1914 Burning The Midnight Oil thinker knows that a light, easily digested and assimilated food is conducive to hard mental-work. His knowledge of what is good for him leads straight to Be sure of the right signature. lOc per package SEAMAX'S DRILL BEFORE ILL-FATED E3I- PKESS (By W.A.P. Staff Correspondent) Woodstock, re ceiving invitations from four cities ol Canada for "the meeting in llUo.'tlie General Assembly todav accepted an earnest request' from tho city of Kingston to :hold the gathering of that year there. The Invitations presented today were of an extremely urgent charac- ter; and by the repre- seaUitlvs of the .various cities con- vigor. 'Rev, Wylje. C. Clark and Professor Oliver, of ihe University; p! Saskatchewan, presented the invitation to the as- sembly to meet in the new St. An- drew's elm re h in Saskatoon. Mr. Clark stated that the home mis- sion field in Saskatchewan-was the largest iu Canada; lie also stated that Saskatchewan was the" only province wbicli the assembly bad never jeen. Rev.'.loan Fringle urgefl the claims of .Sydney. C.B. Mr. Prltigle eald that practically .the entire English- speaking- population of the district of which Sydney is the centre wore 'resbyterians. Principal McKay presented the claims of Victoria, and spoke of the arious iinportaiit foreign problems vhich the. church must consider on Pacific coast. The inflation from Kingston' -was presented by Prof. Jordan. The Question of cost entered into he issue. As Hie church now pays he travelling expenses this ivas coii- idered important. lt: .was also- re- osiiized that the of 4 Uo villjSettle the it considered desirable that tlif of meeting slioulch be Teadil> ccessible for the sessions. Kingston as" nnaiiv chosea important Question union not yet CCRIC up, and probably 'ii'i not be considered until nest A meeting 01 those opposed to un- on Tvas held in the library building The Best Reason Why You Should Prink SEAL BRAND COFFEE Is, Because You Will LiKe It. CHASE SANBORN sis morning. R. G. JlacBeth. Paris, Out, presided, and Dr. Scott, editor Record, explained the situation. It was decided-'to make a vigorous fight iii -the the views of those opposed to union. wilt he forth, as possible. t an irrecoQcilable "when th union is finally effected. The arrangements for the Sundaj services were .announced this morn ing. The Assembly sermon will preaches by W. J. Clark ol j Montreal, -who is' cbairiuaa of the committee on church union. Three outstanding facts were brought out "during tbe sessions of the .Methodist conference, just closed at Calgary. The first was that the Jlethodist hurch.iB a growing institution. 'It is just ten years since the Alberta drilL drill. MAKERS OF WAR MATERIAL MUST PAY BIG WAR TAX Essen. Germany, June total contrHmfion to the i m'iliiard, war' levy payable fay'the family and the firm' of Krupp amounts -to Frau Bertha Krupp r.and-her husband The sermon in the evening will be preached by Principal McKinnon 01 Halifax, formerly of Winnipeg. HAD BAD London, June loan dropped two news of the new loan. EFFECT last points today on Ever Realize That the greatest joy of Hying depends on freedom from aches and pains and worries? Also, that perfect health depends largely _on> the proper selection of good, nourishing food, The ordinary diet is often heavy and indigestible, or lacks certain essential ele- ments. It's a wise in summer drop out heavy, rich foods and take on a simple, nourishing, easily digested food, such as- Made of prime whole wheat and__ ley, Grape-Nuts retains'.all .the rich nour- ishment of these grains, including the min- eral salts so often lacking in ordinary food, but which Nature must have to build perfect bodies- brains and nerves, t Grape-Nuts .digests easily and one.hpur. Ready to ,eat .package, fresh, crisp, A regular ration of Grape-Nuts as the cereal part of meals will "Thei-e' s a by Grocers everywhere. Canadian PoMum CefeaVCo., Umitctl, Windtor. Ontario, CanaJn. 5FJKW coiuereiice .was termed.. Up to Unit time the "whole of tile work between Lake Superior and tha mountains Tras administered 05 is as the tdmtoua and Corffer ence. During the decade Just closed iven department ofetjie chnrch has gone may readilj retailed bi the leu er that during the last ten A berta has sylfered njoni two senoi financnl stittigencies ehch checKin progress and development Honeve the Alethodi't has been ah; to fejort progress ia-meiilbership e EXPECTED IN Winnipeg, Man., Juno 5 proi amilboii has been issued by Lieu Governor O. Cameron Hie pieparation and revision of 1th of electors in the'three "Winnipeg e ectoral districts, and for.St.-Boiilfac Portage la' Prairie and Brandon.Clt Tie- date appointed for registratto hioushout Uio electouites aool, asking that a bleiiu-up holi- be named by the Mayor. Accord- ,'Iy it decided to ask the citi- ns to. spend next June in cleinrnE UD and beautifMQg the wn. Peoplo are beginning ;to re- G what the town.has missed by not mg trees planted along the les oC irrigation ditches that tra- rse the town, and "district It is te probable that before another ring .the.town council will take the alter in hand. peilLum of t! t c- urer'asking for''a raise in his .salary was favorably reported by the Finance committee, and he will receive ah ex- tra ?UO.OO per year, together with some expenses of office not previously allo'wed, The report from the overseer show cd that the spring, the source of 'wa- ter supply south of town is increasing daily, and It is producing more wa- ter now than it has ever done.before. The constable is to bo fitted out with a uniform. The school, estimate for the ensuing year was submitted to the council and it was referred to the committee on finance. The trustees are asking for approximately Tho town solicitor present. It Built to burn natural gat( __ Utilize all the heat to best advantage. Glass doors if desired. See the McClary dealer. Sold by Nat. Gas, Light Appli. Co. Local 'Vconts YOUR SUNDAY ROAST Your Sunday roast is test jonc on 4 Oil Cook-stove Its steady, even heat preserves the rich, natural) fiavor or the And you can regulate the heat just as you want for baking, ing, kind of cooking MadeTivitlv'1, 2, 3 and 4 burners, also wilK less Cooking Oven- At all hard ware and department itorev Roy chtc Cil Crocs Best THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limitea Calgary Roffina Montreal Quebec Halifax _ Winnipeg Edmonton '.Toronta uiiderstooci that.ihe Skonsoa dam- ge claim will cdme'before the court the sitting which convenes on June The Hon.' A. was in yesterday- afternoon, together ith J. D. Burk, who has charge of o telephone extension in this dis- ict. They rode over the proposed ral line, TvJilcli.-JYlH take "in. the ranches soiltli to'wiL' It is prpposed to'conhectjTS'itlvAVeHtnff'Hne at H. S. and a'duth Dahl's, Smith's reach the Buck ranch, Beyer's, Fov.'elson's, Depcw's, C. W. Card's, and Wm. Redd's places, i The applications wef-e ;liberally sign-1 ed, and it is believed tho government" means bugin.ess. The matter started a couple of years ago. Tho funeral services of Lavon Dud- Iej% the. young lady, Tvlio was acci- dentally shot here last Tuesday, will be held on Saturday morning at It o'clock at tho First Ward meeting house, under the direction of Bishop John F. Anderson. The relatives are coining from Various places, including1 Miss Hattie Dudley from City. -Very wide extend-1 ed'to the Dudley-family. Tlic log nook'of the Empress, in a water tight box, has hccn recovered. and Sold by good Grocers 1 Get pleasant-tasting, wheat food cooked with see this happen at your table to-morrow. "FORCE" is ;