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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE F.ICT1T TUB LF.TimniDGK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 10, A Natural and Pleasant Way to Health TEST it for yourself! Take END'S "ERUIJ SALT" when you are par" ami notice how it improves vour health and spirits and brightens your 'whole outlook on life. And it is pleasant to" take, too. A spoonful of ENO'S FRUIT SALT in water makes a delightful and oSerroiceiit. KSO'3 "FKl'lT be" tonic nnii diccsUvo repilatpr ever safe and valuable remedy nt times. Ro prewwwti for emergencies by alwayi hnrinE H bottle in the house. Ast your PniRRis; for ESO'S-ihc only "FKUJT SALT" TOUTIIMSTE Uii-al Hoard of Trade Forwards Resolution to Economic Com- mission In Matter till they were turn'. or ovon six years old to ensure tliolr tukliiK sl u Ilnlsli from thoTunso Knis? "B wo. mnko them sultnblo 1m- the export only market then avnll- alile. Hesolvcd. that the wmuell of the l.ethhridso board' of trade directs that the above rouort .ami. resolution lio forwarded .to thu chairman. ..of. the Economic anil Development.Commis- sion. Sir J. A. kougheed. Following ,a .report from (ho agrt- cultural committee and tlie rural rela- tions cbimniitpe of the board of trade, _ made this to the regular meet-'ston. Dominion 'inspector of lug of the council on the matter of'tion. was examined before the David- utilizing present waste land for live j sou war contracts commission today Quebec, June Crcylfte Har- ;stock raising as outlined Iho distribution of 1910 Sole Attnb ftr Nerifc Aacriei HAROLD F. RITCHIE 4 CO. LIMITED 10 HcCAUL STREET, TORONTO (4) Beware of Substitutes i Stevens, provincial live eiock com-j rifle cartridges from suvt. stock to the misvioner. recently, the following re-' Royal Northwest Mounted-Police ami !solution has been approved by snlc of comlcmnotl cartridges board and will be forwarded to the 1 through Col. .1. Wesley Allison to Kconomie Development commission [agents of the British milUurjyauthori- Canada, urging attention to the ities." plan: 1 After the secretary of Ihevjcoiunris- i The Leihbridge board of trade eon-Uion. T. P. Owens, had readV'a letter i- (siders that ,the suggested plan for the I from Sir Wilfrid Laurier requesting ng amj jn-many cases excellent far- adopted that, but in order to let the1 The advance in dvUiztUUm among the Indians of the southern part of M- Uertu brought about mainly by the work of the Anglican missionaries was shown Thursday night., when Mrs. Sidney ilouHon of Calgary, gave an interesting address on work >aniong ,he Indians, illustrated with lantern slides. The.lecturer dealt with each': iiission separately and told of the j commencement of the work .in the Mirly days, and then brought, uiu mib- lect right up to the presunt day. The Contrast was remarkable and showed lie splendid results of the work ae- lomplishiHl. Tho buildings in every hat! grown from one small house- o a group of splendid buildings, in-j tlmling church, boarding house. phos-j. n'tal, missionary's houso and in'some'j a day school. Then the Indians' A sanitary ice box prevents ninny yours sanitary with Old Dutch have become self-support- ul mi nist ration of the Dominion lands j that S. Jacobs, K.C.. Montreal. In nearly every case they have'jspirit of the deceased wander at will ai present non-operable for farming j permitted to act as Liberal counsel in j forsaken the worship of the aim amis they left, the boxes above ground, purposes would be of material and far of Hartley Dewart. K.C. Mr. !n0w arc baptized Christians. Now they bury their dead in the same reaching'value to the province of AM Jacobs said he bad been __ detached. I berta generally and to the irrigated from the counsel in the Meredith-Dun j Peigan Ressrve .j farms in particular. The growing oft inquiry ai Ottawa I The Peigan reserve near I. er as "their white brothers. Sarcee Mission Tho Sarcee mission under Archdea- 10 CLOSE The spiritual side had not been for- souen and the meet ings had been the best yet held. The responsibil- ities of the coming year were greater than ever before. The door of oppor- tunity was open for women and for women's work now and a great deal of the future welfare of the world de- pended upon how this work was done. j alfalfa on Irrigated land in the Leth- Col." Harston said that .mark six (was tlie first mission dealt ivilh. Here L01, TimB is progressing rapidly. Farm- jbriilge district in Southern Alberta rifle ammunition made for Kev. W. K. Haynes is doing a splen-. iug is ,he principal occupation of these lias now passed the experimental Intent in IPOS. 1M09 ami j state, there being over acres [tremely poor. He discovered the dc- devoted to that crop. It has been jfective ammunition in IMS when he did work. The Indians on this serve have their own elevator ivbicb to store their grain. At the r_e" Indians and they are up-to-date in their methods, using the best of ma- chinery. Coal mining is also done by clearly demonstrated tfcat alfalfa is became inspector and drew the at ten- hospital here u tubercnline test is reserve has its :the most profitable crop that can be !tion of the minister of militia ito it. ing tried nt the expense ,of ?2000. imvn where sufficient coal is 'raised extensively on our irrigated j. A. Hutchespn, K.C.: Brockville, jivhifli is being paid by the for its residents. Thu majority lands, provided that ready means are commission counsel, asked wasjUient. Tuberculosis works deadly J0f Indians have discarded their The last session of the W. M. S. convention opened yesterday afternoon with the St. Paul's and' Trinity aux- i iliaries in charge of the devotional exercises. The convention passed a very hearty vote of thanks to all who had helped to make tbe meetings such a success. The closing words were given by Mrs. G. Shouldice. who said all dele- gates would carry away with them MONEY RATES Xew YorJt. June sixty day bills. demand 4.75; cables cables Roubles, demand, 31; cables Si's! bar silver available for the disposal of the hay the cause of the defects and Har-jhavoc among the Indians and. it either by direct sale or by feeding, j pleasant memories of the gathering. and ,any plan that would tend to en-j tools, and punches." large .the market for tin's very val-j Mr. Hutcheson asked uable forage crop is of paramount importance "to tha irrigated districts. The alfalfa-growers in this district said: "Bad workmanship, .poorjlinped that this test may! help to pre- J. J. Hawkins; secretary of the Brant ford parks board, is dead, having taken a dose of poison-in-mistake for other medicine. jwho have winter fed cattle orfsheep i on alfalfa and grain have been sue- Uessl'iil. and have bee'n able thu? to a profitable ry advantag- dispose, of ihpir. hay i manner. It would be dcne to correct the imperfections. Col. Harstou said no notice was taken of his complaints till, Lieut.-Col. Lafferty took Jiold .of the munition ar- senal. In 1913, and the attimuni tioii was so poor it caused an (.vent this disease. U was a revela- tion to the Indians cleanse themselves, as if is .generally "believ- ed that they never take a bath. That is not the case and they are very up- to-date as they take vapor baths. An Interesting picture of these baths was dent. Mr. Hutcheson: "What was done acci- shown; they are constructed of houghs of trees, these are with blan- with this Col. Harston: "It was condemned." Mr. Hntchesou: "Did you have any personal references of the defective Col. Harston: "Col. Morrison and I tried it in a machine gun and the flames came out at the back a foot." The inspector said auimuuition Church Corner 4th Ave. and Bth Street S. Rev.' A. H. Dcnoon, Pastor, -Manse Fourth Avenue S., phone 40- Boys' Department at 10 a.m. Big Brothers and Big Sifters at 12.30. p.m.: Adult Bible Class and the rest of the School. 4 pm'.: Chinese Class. 11 a.m.: Rev. H. C. Huestis, D.D., sec- retary Lord's Day Allianc'e. 7.30 p.m.: Rev. Arthur Earner, Mission Superintendent Methodist Church. that. Dwelleth in the Secret and chorus, "Lovely Appear1' from Gounod's Redemp- tion. St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 11th Street and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMHIen, B.A., Rector a. m. Sunday School and Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVKX3ONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd Sun- days at S.30; i'ud and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Sundays at i p.m. eou.-j to this district if this could be expanded. The new plan of administration of Dominion lands suggested would be a ;reat stimulus to the raising of live- Istock. The number of young stock i suitable for feeding that would he suffered for sale in the province each fall would be increased, thus making it possible to extend the industry of (winter feeding and finishing livestock an our alfalfa districts. In fact the [the arsenal on orders head- advantages would be reciprocal; the conditions in the wild lands would b such that it would be more profitable to turn oft young stock, both cattle and sheep, in the fall from the sum- mer's grass, than to attempt to finish them on the range during the winter. The ranchers who would establish themselves should this scheme be- come operative would find themselves in a much more advantageous nosiT tion than were the ranchers in South- jern Alberta a couple of decades ago; they were forced to hold steers when red 'hot. is lem, the "steam arising! ketsr a fire is started under a pile of stones and thrown on around the Indian. Of course it is primitive but it answers the purpose very well. Blood Reserve The Blood reserve was then dea't upon aifd some very interesting pic- tures were shown. One picture of tbe fancy costumes: at skins and beads and now wear the same style of clothes as the rest of the Canadians. One squaw had on a grand black vel- vet dress in one of the pictures. The Indians that have beeir confirmed arc regular communicants. At the synod meetings there are always a few In- dians1 representing their parish, and they tnke a great interest in nil the business that IK transacted, 'f'rnly a great work is being done among i race, who have surremle ed the greater part of their land In the government. Each soneraiion if- profit I ing from the lessons learned from their parents and if piT.sent con- ditions continue it will not be long before there are many skilled profes- sional men. as hoys of today are plan- ning to fit, themselves to hu doctors. lawyers and clergymen. shbnld be packed in zinc or 'tin-lined cadet corps showed the boys looking boxes, but this had not been at' quarters until he became inspector. very smart their uniforms and carrying the colors that had been given, them by the Duke of Connt.ught. ___ _ j A piciure of great interest to .all was c Mr< c c I that" of Lieut. Albert Mountain Horse, PREM.IER SENDS CONDOLENCES from effflct? of German Thos Cascaden of Lethbridge, whose {gas. A stained glass window will sou Lieut. J. B. Cascaden. was killed [shortly bVerected in St. Paul's church in action in France last week; has re-Jin memory of tins brave man. He ceivetl the following telegram of con-1 of a brave family and one that doience from Premier Borden: jis respected .by everyone, tlis bro- ther Mike Has now joined the colors. "My colleagues flnfl.i-'send our deep- est sympathy .in th'e" great bereave- ment which you have' sustained in the death of your gallant son." R. b. Borden. St. Andrew's Church Rev.' Wm. McNicol, M. A., Regular Services mornins and even- Ing. Sunday School at 2 and p.m. Trinity Church, Hardieville Leslie Logue Boyd, B.A., Minister. 2.30 R.m.: Sabbath School. 7.30 p.m.: Church Sen-ice. Topic: ''The Holiness of God." METHODIST TNIQIE PICTURE OF FINISH OF AN AIR BATTLE -St. Mary's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C., N. i Holy Communion Every. Sunday morning at S a.m. j Chora! Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 11 aa'd on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. 1 Sunday School and Adult Bible at 3 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. I .PENTECOSTAL Wesley Church Rev G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St; S. Phone 404 30 a.m.: Bible School and Adult Class-" es. 11 a.m.- Rev. Arthxir Earner, ot Cal- gary 7.30 p.m.: Rev. C. H. Huestis, D.D. Music: "The t "He' Shall Feed; His Slock bj Miss A Dow-" sett. Westminster Church Pentecostal Mission Fifth N., Baptist Church a.m.. remembering the Lord's Death. Evening, 7.30, Gos- pel meeting. p.m.. Prayer and the Word. p.m., Special waiting unon Qort for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL BELIEVERS Burgman's Hall, 418 13th St. North. Believers assemble .on the Lord's Day for .the, Breaking of Bread at Sunday 3' p.m. Gospel Preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible Reading .Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. BAPTIST Rev. _________ 10 am Clnldien'b Class p: t Church 11 a m Special graduating senice for E Lnurcn junior congregation Topic "A Rule j .Cor. 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. of Rev. Mr. William son'of Calgary, will 2 pm Sunciav School j preach-morning and evening. 730 pm Topic "The Price of a i Sunday School at .12.00 o'clock. Saviour." CHRISTIAN Christian Church 10.30 a.m.: Sunday School, follow- eel by Communion Service. Everybb'dy Welcome-. CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th.-St. and.2nd Avenue South S p.m. Bible Class. 3 p.m., to .'Commemorate the Death and at 7.30 p.m., to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Subject; "The Father's Houie of is it, and Wh'en Will it be Ready." All 3fats Free. No Collection CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LATTER DAY SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Corner 7th Ave. and 12th St 8. Sunday Sacrament p m Primaiy 3pm Relief 2 p.m. Visitors Always Welcome W.''Green, 1DJ6 2nd Ave. South, Phone 1493 First Church of Christ Scientist Hulj Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Wednesday Evening, Testimony racett- ing at S p.m. READING ROOM OPEN" TO EVERY- OXK DAILY FROM to 5 m, SALVATION ARMY Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. a.m., Holiness -Meeting; 3 p.m. Praise -Meeting and 7.30 Sal- ration Meeting Week K p.m., Puh- lie Meeting, led hy Sisters. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation Meeting Citadel attendance, Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting The picture; of children before they enter the school and after they have there a short time shows what the eiiwc-h is doing to uplift theni awl i Mrs. Houl- (.011 had a picture ol! an Easter card that Amy White Moustache, aged ten. had sent her, and it was very cleverly painted. The Sun Dance A very interesting picture of a brave ready to participate in the famous Sun Dance, which is t now prohibited by the government. 'The making of [a brave is very cruel and it is time that it is stopped. Two iron spears fare pierced through the breast and ropes "are tied to them; the man is I then suspended to a pole and swings 'and jerks himself til! his breast is! torn. If he survives all well and j good, but in many Cases he dies of the wounds. The means of burying: the dead was also shown. In the early. days tbe corpses were wrapped in deer skins and placed in branches of the trees, where they were left until the bones dropped to the ground; their these were buried in the earth. Later the Indians saw that the white men buried their dead in boxes and put them in the ground. They thought the idea of the boxes was good so More Needed in Canada To make Ammunition for Home C onsuniption ilvies Ripd Best HoiifeJl WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SACOVVSKI, 'DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE The eml of a German'til-piano antl its crow An oxtraordinary picdiro showing how Lieut. HailniM Von Koelllg mid Sgt. Oscar Be.rger nt the-German Military Aviation Corps after bombing file French anil British positions, met their deaths. Cant. Pli-rri- Brettinalre of the Allied Scouting .Corps sent down tiie Herman machine after a battle of. thirty minutes. Picture shows the pilot and scout falling from the German raider when Hie engine exploded CITY 2nd HAND STORE Looking for a place to soil your FURNITURE? Go to the City 2nd Hand Store 'Ave you wanting to liny FURNITrRE! fio to 1lic City 2nd Hand Store A ro you lookinp For a place wlie.ro y.'pn cnn gel a square dcnll Go to Hie City 2nd Hand Store .Do you wish to deal with a gooiL reii'nhle firm? 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