Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
I. TV. Lethln-idge. Alta.. une S. Number 150 .KHXAY Mission Secretary of Pres- byterian Church Honored IS MODERATOR General Assembly Opens at Ottawa-the Open- rt lily 5 Ottawa, Out.. June In the pre- The council oil Stafford vil- lage has received authoma-' tion from the provincial' gov- ernment for the 'addition of 1115 acres, being part of the north-east p.acncal subiev.s Mary at plclori a story and a half building 44. JAusfialia demanding that they shall I -be the most successful since the jplant was established. Orders are Inow waiting- to be filled from all over Alberta. They have orders !enough to last them all summer with- presented themselves that ir was dif- Turnine (o Buckingham 'Palace yesterday, where preacher Jthev presented her with a chenue -fof be occupied by ils manager. It is ivies ar. our disposal, the answer will j A movement' is on foot to celebrate This city is up In arms siliialod.in the west end of town. He be: 'Our liberty and autonomy forbid Day The matter is re- eventualities. Local senti- ficult. to make a choiro. tlie example of the that ever appeared as Ambassador of the coronation gift. Cbrist. 1 heard him say. "And 1. breth- rcix, when I came unto you. came not excellency of speech or wisdom. proclaimih.c: to you the mysir-ry of God. For I determined not to know i anything you save Jesus j Christ and Him crucified." So I de- te; mined to follow the apostolic ex- ample, and Viil ,now endeavor to before you the subject and man- Be1- of Paul's preaching. Of the many great men who have on earth and played their pan in human history few have been per- to otcHpy a more commanriin.p, position than the apostle to i.ho Gen- (Continuccf on Page Five.) struciion oi which ,s to be coraplet-j QUt sroppinj? a ni0tnent. This is Vet ed in three mouths. It will be 2o x J LondoDi .Time s.-The Westminster a new industrv but. it 60, with a rifle range m the base- j Gazette says: "If we t.ake a 'stand' :proraises to assume wide proportions ment. Mr. Hint on has just- com- !aDd deliver' attitude to Canada or many years hence as the clay in this district is well adapted to the 32, for the Bank of Commerce, to 'in all circumstances place their na- (manufacturing of brick and tile. iweil known citizen, died at his home 'yesterday at the age of 73. He had i lived in the city for sixty years and Tor more than half that time was a (prominent member of the stock ex- 1 change. HAYTI'S WEEKLY WAR Portapi. Hayti. June tionary movements directed by Gen- eral Saint Just have become more ENUMERATED THE WINN'IPEG BUSINESS MEN P.egina, June to stories the Winnipeg busi- ness inen told here last rncht Moose Jaw and Br.UieTord census ennmernlors v.-ere busy when t.be special train Riillpd into those fowns and included ail the 'business men in their census returns. has also in hand an addition to Mr: isuch a but if through an Im- considerable attention and itimei1-1 1S (hvuled- Dixon'.s te.sidenee, also in the westjperial defence conference we seek ljg very rhat a. roiising tiine end. which will he US x 32, two 'gradually, we can leave the future ibe held. stories, with hot water system in :inuch-more confidence to take care of i i on Monday Mis? M. Bell arrived from east and has taken the I si lion of mairon nf the il'ospiial here. Miss Bell is well and: i favorably known here, having-resided Jin this locality some years ago: i The Heaver Creek lownsite has taken over F.lliott A; of HlairmoiT and will be placed 'on.. i the1 mnrket shortly. j j The Fincher Crerk creamery is in kj operation for the season. i, RECIPROCITY REPORTED Washington. D. C., June S. an hour's session to- day the senate committee on finance agreeod to report, the Canadian reoiin'oniiy bill with the Root amendment added. (WANT TO HOLD j HIM WITHOUT i Chicago, June En right, i" [agent, of the iocal steam fitters union, jconfessed slayer of Win. Gentleman, i V BABY STRANGLED TO DEATH Bannerman, Man.. June day morning the eighteen months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stim- was strangled to death by being !caught in a" barbed wire fence. No i inquest will be held. "RECIPROCfTV THEIR SLOGAN J Detroit. Juno with was the slogan of 600 excur- Zionists who left Detroit on the steam- City of Clevelanr? this afternoon on annual cruise of the Detroit Board of Trade.