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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JUMI if, ,ji DM VHW, Ilflo, our Boyal UTill iittosaat yoa We tortte jwi to tad look overoM during jm b Oaliprjr iftjoyiag Doa libibitkm. We will U Mpmentod there showing a eon. Vault Doors Jewelers' Safes rf- Utiwill bp go into you an dfwirtHU nf pnrrhatipg at pf agtat or aot Our in tHe booth will be Mi. J. 4 W! B wbo will gladly furnish yon with catalogs, pricea, etc., oa, any thing in our Una that yoa oity require. s Offices 55 Kkf Street West, tUmJton, MI Htm. Hat, June cor respondent was not pMteot at the opioinf ol the eookmwt but oa the Bftoniaf of Jrd, Already a spirit ol aamsis fjr seemed to Uken of the miniaiariai tataioe, and tbj note waa aouiAad by Dr io his masterly talk on More than oamT tifl cation at the large atieodanoe ol member! at the devotional in the early -hours. It, would take altofothcr too much space, and, indeed' it not Ujfc pur- pose oi the writer to the details of the muuaterial session. in dealing with an nated ministers and funds J connected with then or with their enquiry into the character and work of r the probation- The organization oi on the arrival oi the Uymen is also rou- tine work and need not be elaborated here.1 j: One feature of the confer- ence was the large continceni of dif niUrieK from the general board of and other connexions! in- stitutions. There were Dr. Chown, ol Temperance and. Moral Reform fame; James Allen, M.A., general secretary (or Home Missions; Dr, Woodiworth, Senior Supt. of Missions T. Egerton Shove, as representative of the For- eign, Mission work; Dr. Stewart, of Wesley College, and Rev. Fortune of the Temperance and Moral Reform League of Alberta. Dr. Briggs was present, hearty .and happy, as ever, with his perennial riumor, and his look Room report. Roydl Patent Ptstry Floor k will gave yon 25 paf emi in Lard bilk. The floair is eWper than ordinary tew. of soft and Your Grocer hat it now tDmhrtLttt IBB ytsi it Mi tr to H to M Houac FOR 9JOO caah. makas ftrst payment on 8 roomed briekhouae in North Ward. Balance f X> a month without interest. Apply Box 1381. 145-lf Coal Ice art Co. i LONG BBOa.Proprietori 1 Ofttt oppetite Balmoral A at. a JR4fc Flavor, Fragrance are the strong pointi of FOfTSALt L Storey and half frame dwelliag, new, with 25 it lot, well located, House hat all modern improvements conveniences Terma Apply Box PoKtoffice, Leth bridge. 46-0 FOR SALE Delivered in Lethbridge, one or more tons of jjood potatoes, 113.00 per ton. Apply Phipw, Cwrclston. 48-6 First class woman cook wants work in hotel in small town. Addreaa Box 1377, Lethbridge, AKa. 48-6 1AM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLJtAK COLOR, FRAGRANCE and DE- LIOIOUH FLAYOR haro made it Are YOU ooeyetfv FOR SALE A brick house and two lots on Ford St. for gale. Apply to Steve Dorchak, 121 Ford St. 51-3 NOTICE Lawn mowers sharpened. Knives SYNOPSIS OF COAL Ml MING ULATiOtiS Coal auiniuc. rifbu ot tfce Doviaioo in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Wart Territories and BriUab Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-ope at an annual rental- of au sere Not more, than will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated, In surveyed, territory the land inuat be described by sections, or le galj subdiyisioos of sections, and m uniurveyed territory the tract appli- for shall be .staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will efuaded if the rights applied, for are oot available but not otherwise. A oyalty shall be paid on the jner- ground. Furniture repaired. Electric IT IS PVRE! 41 j 11111 i I III II HI 11 M'l Hit 111111 1111 aside and minuter to the needs of 1 reremony, _and Dri, Briggs; profound Dr. Chown gave an outline of what I the unsaved at home a.nd abroad. and masterty delivermnce in the or- had been-done in.his "departemntI In the matter of copmaring the bells hung and. repaired. All called. for and. delivered. Satisfaction [guaranteed. Drop us a card. Magee A Lamb, Adams' Boarding House. 51-6 tSTRAYED Into Palace Livery Ford St., 1516 since last conference, and indeed all itive importance of home and foreign Church morninf one black geld were the tern- missions, Mr. Shore told a story in .ministry, were, heard repeat-hcg 3years Oid roach mane, long tail perance movement is gaining on the which the qneation Basked, "Whe-Uny toexclaiin; that theyrihad never Weight about 950 ibs jet black, owner general public. his master- ther it is more important to have a conference .like this. Sunday have same by.'payins expenses !ul fashion he neces- shoe on the right' foot or 011 the left evening: the; services abegan, at 7.30J sity for concerted and sustained ac- on a cold day in and; after a sermon> by Rev. tion all along the line of temperance, Rev. Mr. Fortune ifave an interest-1 Marshall, oL Edoionton, and. a most] clean politics and social purity. ing address but was at a disadvantage impressive,, the vocal 'choir, Bev. James Allen, the secretary of in following, so .closely -men of extra- the. meeting, was handed, ever .to Home Missions who has been making ordinary calibre. case was well Kerby of, Calgary. a visit to nearl all the districts in presented, however, and accomplished were allowed to re- Alberta gave a strong clear statement its purpose. tire.. After about-another hour this] of facts and figures to show that his In bis address Rev. Shore brought process was repeated and still many department had done its best for the out an incident which occurred in our remained. The spirit of the ocasion) WANTED A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. V. W.' McGuire, 529, Round St. 152 2 LOST A BAY HORSE, branded 7Y on left chantable output of the at the rate of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining righU which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin-. ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the eoal alining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- iidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or. any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Depnty Minister of the Interior. publication of Western Home Missions, and then own province during the past year of. intense quiet, fervor, ex- shoulder, strayed from the premises presented a plan for granting practi-Lnd which will go down to history as Under perfect control, of Y. Chow. Reward of 526 cal autonomy to each of the three one of the most- Christlike acts in finally closed at 11.30 .western conferences in the manage- the history of the Church in Canada, several. strong men haying made full this advertisement will not be paid for! BLACK SPRING VALLEY Black Spring Valley, June went to town last Wednesday, iexpecting to return'the next day but baa not returned Vet. We expect it is owing to the high water. We hear 'it ia impossible the river. 'Will Fry and Bennie Brand void, vi- sited, at home from Friday until day. Leon Burns is breaking for John Bowser. WiadmilLs are becoming quite com- mon among_the farmers. There haa MR. HARCOURTS CIRCULAR WANTED Young couple would like, a. position (The Cardston Star) In writing of the prospective visit of Professor Campbell to lecture on Dry Farming, George Harooort, De- puty Minister of Agriculture for the province of Alberta; says in'a circu- that is being sent out of the Province- "We convinced that the system recom- mended by Professor Campbell, ii properly practised, is one which, wil make possible the production of large yields in the southern portion of the their affairs. His scheme for One of the Rev. A. Barner, their person and at- I giving work on who has charge of our, Indian insti- tributes iheDivine will, r WOuld go alone. ion fields during summer months, tutes found hia men growing The .probationers were everywhere Wife to accept position in nd then, giving them enough money] very unruly. The Insubordination j in evidence, during the ministerial j restaurant or private house. been two put up In tbe valley province where now the season must receBtly- the most Sydney Thompson ia booking for to Gust. Lund. Frank'Burns will leave today work on Graham's ranch thia mer. sister am- ong the guests' at Brandvoidti on Sun- day. Mrs. Tom Sanby, Mrs. John Ote- favorable if even fai expexjted How do Mr Hareourt for son and Mrs. Ira Burna. were thai guests of Mrs. R. Bums on Saaday. There wiU be an ice. cream-social in j crops are to you like it? gotten that Mr. Campbell could no cross the streams when, he was here one year ago and everywhere it was raining like "all sixty" in the south Of course we are thankful to have Mr. Campbell to come and lecture to we would like the Deputy Minister to wake up to the fact that this is not even a semi-arid .region down here and thai during this month to- put them through college for the reached such a pitch that it mugt_be sessions, and at open intervals Apply Box F., Herald Office. 52 6 p. winter, had worked admirably in its subdued at any cost. pressed the work of their asspciatipn crude state, so he hoped it would I After trying all manner of persua-t and in the evenings between the af- work perfectly when completed. jsion, Mr. Earner resorted to corporal j ternoon and eyening work of the cou-j One new Wordsworth present, main- punishment, but corporaL punishment ference they. Joined. forces with the I iano Apply E. J. Hill r-'lo witness the ordination of his to an Indian proved it has in so Salvation Army and the net result ___ FOR and one' second Co. hand 506 son, having no special mission than many an was, five souls saved, a hearty, good this, other than to witness the very The trouble continued j fellowship among themselves, a good gratifying, results of hia work in se- to grow. Mr. Barner was niuch LOST SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered aectwn of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and S, not reserved, may be homestead- any person who is the aole head curing.young men from England for tressed. Finally one morning he mpression made on-the-careless n the street, and a fitting precedent our ministry. called all the young braves .into the, Dr. Stewart spoke mainly on educa- school room, at about five o'clock. ..onal matters, giving account to Dinting out to them what they were the conference of himself, and Wesley doing, and what was likely to come College and the Alberta men 'who at- of it, he told them ol his resolve never again to corporal, Rumshment tended Stewart was par- ticularly helpful' to the probationers on them, but, at the sime time he in' the matter of miscon- 1 them plainly one, 2Otk. Alt are the Plainfield school house precipitation haa been 6.73 inches. i talk about hot being. able JLo raise crops" indeed. la 67 bushels of wheat to, the acre .a fair crop? :And Coleman this 'without natural Another family from the East -has I rain fall. It'? high time that the De- just moved into our 'village through partment was waking up to the fact all the attending the that Southern Alberta is surer and washouts. Mrs. Robertson, with five children, came from Lachute, Quebec, join her husband who has been here some moaths working in the car shops. They have taken one of the company .houses in which to live. We welcome them to our village. So high did the water in the reser- voir creek rise that the stables were, in .danger and had to be moved. This a gang of twelve men taking it fully sixty feet from the bank onto solid Hamar and Davis will soon have the new bridge completed over the when finished it will prove one of the of the village and without doubt the favorite promen- ade of young and old with its easy grade, stretch and high ekva lion above the creek. TV flue wea- ther we are now having is very fav- orable for their work. safer and better" crop-yielder than .any other.part of the Province. The iacts in .the case will bear-out this state- ment and it is not right to send out ceptions in connection with the com- plicated college courses. Coming as they do from many and holding a great vary iety of educational "standing, the work of adjusting our young the educational standards of Canada, without doing injustice either to the men or the church, is a work of great delicacy. Pr. Stewart-has the courses at. his fingers end, and not being burdened w.ith conference work, made good- use of his time in, enlightening the new men who .had not had an oportunity of collectiyery consulting the leaders of our, own conference. Dr. Riddell and Mr. Tuttle both ad- dressed .the young men on the same Lo, bHdse a the P. are en-1 dstablished for probationers in allj a on the olher