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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Western Canada Agency, Ltd. Carry in Stock POWDER, DYNAMITE, CAPS and 'FUSE, BLASTING BATTERIES PAINTS, OILS AND GREASES, RUBBER HOSE IN VARIOUS GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINGS, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES. BANWELL HOXIE FENCING PEERLESS ROOFING IN ONE, TWO and THREE PLYS BUILDING, TAR AND FELT PAPER BOLTS, NUTS, COACH SCREWS, ETC., ETC. QUOTATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN Western Canada Agency, Ltd; FIRST AHE.'-SOUTH- LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. BUSINESS METHODS IN CHURCH WORK The kind have been -looking; for _ rT- durable. a ml reasonable i cle- Come in today ami Inspect 'our stock. It lias pleased your neighbors and win surely "lease you, J Farmers' Lumber Co. Ltd- Operating Yardi in Southern Alb'ertpj See our big sign "THE LETlilSKIDGE LUMBER YARD" The yard all the riiaterialis under cover Money Needed Won't Be Forthcoming Under Present System', .Edmonton. Juno Iho General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in tho nttcr-noon, vben the -question of the budget camp up. IMward Drown of Winnipeg, mndo a stirring appeal for creation of a better bual ndimiiis si at Ing LliuL dlio church failing to (jet from iho men or 'wealth in the denomination the Irirge gifts which ought to be ob- tained, and that the wns far more .successful in this re- spect than ihc Presbyterian. Dr. Soinerville read a statefnent in- tended to show thai the Presbyteries of (he West hml fnllen behind" this yeiir in [heir gifts to homo missions, TO whluh James McQueen..of Edmon- ton, replied by. making the extraor- dinary statement that rhe Praabytery of New Westminster, in which the city of Vancouver Is situated, made last year gifts to the church three times as large per KuSiiumiluuui. us the'Presbytery of Toronto. Rev. Dr. Grant, in discnsiing the budget, said that (.he only way to with the situation was ih'e way of exact business. The fapt that the church wonhl really need fpr-the-yeor of jlUJi the sum of. It was'committed to undertakings which would require Ihis Sllm- The thins TO be done WHS to niHke it clear to .the members of the denomination that xhis sum wna needed, ciud IL forthcoming.. nevf.C. W. Gordon referred to the exlilhig coiidllloiiB In China, mid on It u strong appeal for a. largo budget. He also spoke of the oojitin ned stream of and aftli that a hundred new wonliM'bc ouoned hi Ifltit. J.-K.'.Mac donald, of Toronto, lending financier of Hint city, movcQ that the budge should be increased to li referred to the of. inort cm imd said that there should be no dii'flculty in obtaining the moil oy that -was acquired. Edward Brown spoke of the n-aotl of a thorough lulmlnlBtrfitlon of business of the church. The a (tempt was being inatle to do this loo cheap- ly. He did not believe In ml- minis t ration. The condition with which the church wus confronted was mumralletad. .Extraordinary stops must be taken 10 meet it- Th'e corn- plcte siiuuort of the men of. wealth in the church must be' obtained, and This could only be obtained by plac- ing the ros no u ill ties 6u thsise 'pien, A small executive. must bo appointed, composed of laymen accimiomed to esB methods. This exccutjye must have a chairman In a man cloth- ed with authority and This irinu as the executive ag- ent of the churcli and would obtain the large gifts of money needed for .the proper prosecution, of the enterprises of the denomination. .Mr, 'Brown stated that information with reference to the finances' of the denomination could be obtained from the Toronto o'flce, and that this informaUon clight to he available .at I any time.' Dr. Somerville replied It was impossible to furnish detailed information .promptly owing the I large number of ehtriei 10 be made at the close of Lhe year. Do Not .HAVE YOUR COAL MAN DELIVER, (TONS -OF COAL. TO SEE'HOW MUCH YOU" CAN BUBN.''OFTEN TIMES. OUR ADVICE WILL CON- VINCE YOU THAT YOU ARE.IN THE.WRONG The Western Tin- smithing Co. WANTED TO CALL HIS.BABY TITANIC Baker Was Only Prevented by Rules of Catholic Church Vienna, Jur.e baker. In regls tETlng the birth of his daughter, at Arail, in Hungary, informed, the regis- rar that he intended to have her christened TItfinIc, 'aa she was born on ihc day the White Star liner sank- The official, 'however, refused to ac- cept th-e it is uol Vo be found in .the calendar- of Roman Catholic taints' days, anil-the baker had to content himself with the leaa topical iiame of Rosalia. In this case tli rule O1! the church, which la upheld by (.he'state, saved the child from hearing through life an appellation "which is not only nnauitable, to stiy the least'of but would also rccail for many years one of the inoat tragic disasters oE modern, lime. Sometimes, however, the rule oper- ates rather harshly, as when recenily a -Viennese was not allowed to have nlK child christened Daisy, after her 'who IB woman. MADERO GOOD TO THE FAMILY GAS POWER AT RATE QUOTED CHEAPER THAN ONTARIO CITIES Merico City, June pcnna- w-rit committee of the appointment of Gust- i Mailerp, brother of President Ma- dero, as ahinassailor to Japan. ..In ilacc. of. Emilio, a younger brother vncf'harf" been previously designated that ijiission. (.Pqrfirip Diaz, jr., originally named' anil" abpjiL o sail Prpsident; resigned, j The'fact that all three appointees lave been 'relatives of the President, coiipied'.ivi-ih' the insistent .talk nf concessions by'Mexico to Japan on tlie'west coast, has caused much com- ment, v- BORNEO "WILD MAN" DEAD statement Him with natural ga :power. can be secured in the city "J twelve dollars per horse power pe: year sounds good and it is made earl> enough in the campaign on the bylnw to enable ratepayers to deeld-a ther the.figure IB correct or not.- Electric power supplied by the civi plant costs 125.20 per year iiud iE, that price can be cu Jn .two and this city plnced in thi .position-of .being able ,to offer gas t( n reduction of i will certainly retiiiire a .lot of argu nient froni the opposition to preven the _frauohise .b-elng- grantad. Nearly everybody Is acquainted with tlie Hydro-Electric power policy of the .Ontario, gpyerppient..; icy which is now in.' force in-that to receive nowef-at Niagara Falls and distribute .It "to municlp'alitias'. at the ipinlrunpi cost.. Tbe Ontario munlcipalkies' using this power agreed to the Hydro- Electric Cpnirniasion for ihe power delivercii. aL volts, .Wai'One Freaks Exhibited _ By P.-T. Barnum the last of the famous pair of "wild'men of is .dead in Walthani. Plutanq la believed to have been about 02 years old, and'with hlg brother, vho died in 1905, had travelled all over the-world.. Plutano and Wano were nmonj, the niost famoua .exhibited by [he late P. T. Barnum. The pair brought, on a.ahlp to this country In tho early and were said to have been captured on the Island of'-Bor- They were no larger thnn the aver- age 10-year-old boy, hut were posses- sed of prodigious strength, ami each NAKED TOTS AS A PROTEST Chicngo, .June rNaVeil children (lie score will, it jg': planned, appear in tlic streets through' tho .congested quarters ,oi the side of the cily ne-xt week, as a atriking proteyt against the brought to men nnd children 'by reason, of 1. .Tour nuon that .part of this .consiniclion cost idilch is pro-. perly applicable to each participating ni'iniciimlity, 2. An annual amount sufflbleht to create a In. 'thirty years shall completely. 'pay. for thfit portion' pt" the coristructioii cost: which is applicable to' eech plus, u-r Thill proportion ore the line loss and the genera rtypa rating- and main- tenance charges; which IB properly applicable to .each .municipality. Each municipality aBBiiniee HIQ re- sponsibility for providing the mecessan" local distributing. -ays-. tem 'and Ihe miiximnm cose, io the .consumer will1 bo; the ;above made by the commission, plug the respective local 'distrlbullbV caa't's." The 1011 repdfi: of :the .Cftriadiaii Commission on Conservation EMERSON LINE OF Guts showing- Lil'l; independent 'Bourn Kn- gino Cinng and No, 60 10-1't. Ou't -hml-Li Throw Emerson Engine Disc and Seeder. -j- EMERSON Put-lift Finn EMERSON fee lirm Cirls liter Iimws liid id llei! hm Willing Plus. FAKMEtfS OF EMERSON DIlC Plgwi lutoFint Sli Ihovel Corn ifld fotito Cultlmtofs' EMERSON Miners nd likes ALBEH.TA, or buying Engine Plows or Ehglnc Discs, or botJi, Insist. on seeing tho Emerson iVp. 50 .Automatic Lift, Independent Engine Gangs, also the No. 110. Emerson Out-HniMn-Throw 10-foot Engine Discs, with Seeder atlncllincnl: The most practical Md up- to-date.. machines ever insniJnctnred for Engine purposes.' All we nsk is thiit you give 113 n.cHll and see Tor Yourself. Buggies. Wagons, Steam and Gasoline Plowing Engines, Advance and American Abel' Engines a-ad Threshers, Universal .Tractors ;l( ll'l Anything' for the Farm We Have II. Dejjring1 Twine, Biiulei's, Mowers -mid ..Rakes..- Wiimciv. Fanning- Mills. Teaming. Gears. 1233 Second Ave. South lerson .Telephone 1464 OFFICIAL RULE AS TO FLAG FIY1NC with ilie powcr-: question' givei the coat of power supplied Vy. Blectric' per horie power per, 'followp: To'roiito London cost of Kosher meat. This -was decided upon at n liiceting, ''Hebrew n others in a west side hall .today; It designed to attract, the attention of the public they say to what characterize as unnecessarily prices, fixed hoLh hv, wholesalers flnrj retailers on meat they. eat. coillil 1111. with eact'two heavy men: They, were never able to speak Hah. FOU do paintmf taMcte i bouH better of boit by M-L Pftinto. jwipfc. CpLOMS-H FK i erson Hart Ule CIGAR FACTORY BEING OPENED Bros., who engag- ed In the. tobacco Jndiiitry In Dulutli, Minn., ai'e opening a cljir factory on Second avenue'Soulh. The manu- factory-will employ men, and the cigara will be -mado -from the heat im- ported leaf. M'fisirs. ihave nlleeri the opportunity Lethbrldgc of- (effa aa a distributing centre, In- tend working the aiirroundlng rtlitrlct with the city aa They believe that there le an extensive op- ening for their particular manufac- ture here, and Intend turning out in article fit tii compete with all well- known bra ml a. em Last Longer and Look Better June lias bee pf late In the cap tal as to the actual flag of Can ad The-matter Is settled by .ihe folio ing despatch .received from retary of. tbe, Colqnieijvb His Royal. Highness the Goverqp I have the, honor (p. trans-niit. t yonr.Royal .Highness a copy of n ,le ter in resaTtl the flaj; which shoul be used by .private persons who British snbj-ects. "I. should be glad if you would b good enough to cpUBe the pnullc t. be informed thm. the union flag .i the'national flag of Canada, as of al .other air his dominions, am may-be flown on laud by all Britlal subjects, and that the red ensign with the arms of the- Dominion o Canada In the flag to b' used only by the Canadian.marchan veEsels. .'T have the honor. to be sir, Koyal Highness most obedient hun (Signed) "LJ'HARCOURT.1 Shingle Slalns to curl and the tool io fuk netd tbelr nelrhbon' roopTVvn u smooth, lifht u inirt CANADIAN BONDS IN LONDON have been received for cf Trust and Loan Company of Canidn four cent, bonds and, of WcBlern Canada Tniil ii per cent, bonds. A now Cunndlnn Northern join brlnR niificrwrllten for 17 cell I. perpetual dcbenlifrcR to be Uiued LILLE NEWS Lille, June drove Lo Cpicman on Surulaj- -with his taniily Aspinall, Lethhridge, -'here inspecting the mines.; 'Lille.and Hlnirmore met in a very fast game hccc on Wednesday, Ulaiu- inorc scoring in the first five utes, oi the being" the man to do Ihe trick, Hoylc sco.'ing [or Lille just before the first liali ciiiled. The remainder of the game .was a hard tussle, heinp; in Ihc Blairmorc half most ol the time-.. Cooper and McAnilrew were in linj; form, ploying a good game, while the tenders played in great ntyle, the result being u ilraw Snjrder has .left Lille; Ills de- parture will be regretted by a host 61 friends. Mrs. Jack Williams was out Inday altnr her long Illness, >Mr. and Mrs. Jack' May'. Journeyed Ip Ilcllcvuc on Sniiday lo sec friends. -'The Hcv. Lang will preach here on FIRE NEAR NELSON Nelson, H.C., The pltnlnK.mdl of Patrick LumbcT Compuny. flt Crescent Valley, was burned lanl-ey- inlug. Four cars loaded with lum- ber, and a qiinnlliy of lumber -In, Ihc .wn alfto BANK ,'ii INCORPOHATEDH85S 'I'- v i Recorrt of 'Progress for Five Oapital Reserve Deposits Loans Investments .Branchei In Canada, and Aqenti and Correipondcntl In ill '4 the Principal Cltlet in Iht World. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT It ill branchei. Interest allowed it hlgheit currtnt rate.' Le'tbln-iflge Branch. Manager CAJiXDA A Grewing Balance ill a. Sayings Barit is one of the to saving. -It is a source'of- genuine satisfaction, iud gives a comfortable feeling of .security from 'financial troubles. t- you .havcu't a Savings-Bank Account already, now is the time to slart.'p'ne. Come in and do'it. G. RASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. Maniggrl A. B. KINS, Aefj. Ma.-i.jerl LONDON. CNG.. BRANCB, F. w. ASHE. II SV, E.C. I C- C. SMITB. tffanupcr. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND W.AI.KF.H, C.V.O., LL.D., Prnidcnt ALEXANPER LAIRD JOHN A1ID Ccncril Minifcr CAPITAL, REST, TOAVELLERS' CHEQUES s-iiiecl by The Canadian Bank of "Commoicc enable Ihc traveller to jrovitlc wiUi funds without delay at each point of liis journey in L convenient, yet inexpensive manner. They issued payable ill every iountryjii the world in deiioniinnl ions of vith the exact equivalent in tlic moneys of tlie principal epiintrirs staled n tjfce of each ehcque. They arc ceononiieal, absolutely safe sclf- dentifying ind easily 0n Branch C. bourse. Mgr, ;