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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbridge Daily nerald, Tuesday, June Page 3 FAIRMON The Industrial Sub-Division Prices to Terms, One Quarter Cash, Balance 3, 6 and 9 Months F. C. LOWES COMPANY LOTS FOR SALE IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE We have 34 lots for sale in North Lethbrtdge, close to .Westminster Road, for ?150.00 cash, balance per month. Houses all around here and to those who want to build these are just what von want. At owners' prices HOUSES FOR SALE Ashmead cash handles this. Fully modern, fireplace, panelled walls, every sense the finest little house you can find. Argyle 00 cash handles this, S rooms, fully modern, 52 feet, best lawn with splendid shade trees making it an ideal home. 544.' Car will take you from your home to see these. GOLDWIN SMITH AND RELIGION The Doislet McMillaii! Land Cunpanj Suite 205 Sherlock Building Phone 544 each buys 5 lots, Block 124, facing Wanted To Show When He Died that He Was Not Without It Toronto, last occa- sion on which religious things were discussed with Goldwin Smith by (Rev. .Harris Wallace oi the Beverly j Street Baptist church, was June 1st, twhcn Mr. Wallace was called to the Grange. "He told me that he sent for me j because he wanted to talk .about church said the minister. "At that time he said that he could ee no material obstacles in the .way the union-xof Christendom, and that iC would like to see the churches un- te in order to preserve the peace of ;he wurld." Mr. Wallace then re-called a con- versation which he Chirm, the aged butler of the Grange. "People are always asking me about your master's leanings. What do you think he believes 'I don't know what he replied the old man, "but he lives like a Christian in his own home." Mr. Wallace then produced a little pile of notes which had been written to him by the deceased. The most of them were excuses for not attend- ing church, and were written in the kindest manner. He apparently, look- led upon his recent illness as a fault M Year Shoes Could Choose they'd quickly select PACKARD'S Shoe Dressings 40 all leathers. The "name "Packard" is a. positive guarantee of a dressing that is made A 1 dressing that will bring out the best that's In a shoe, both in looks and Your Shoes' Saks, Use, Dressings. JUAti Deafen' L. I. FAClUJtO A MWffliUL. BEING FORMED It Was Born in Red Deer and Have Meeting Soon. Will CHILD FELL OUT CAR WINDOW. Edmonton, boy, who arrived on the C. P. li. ttt-.ii: from Calgary, on Friday afternoon can always boast of having done a snta.-t j "stunt" which orobably no one' e se (Calgary Albertan) of his age has ever done und coinc.j Another party will shortly appear out alive i on the political homoii of Alberta, and It was nothing else vhan cue I this province will soon nave us many of the window of a moving uain. i political parties as 'there are in the The li'ttle fellow was with-' IMS ther and was playing on the sest the open window. His nioUnr TOO-- United States. A meeting'will'be.'called at an. ear- f.-ll ily date, to be held in Edmonton to asleep and when She wakened t.p hild was missing." She gave m us- rm and the train was stopne'.l. It down the track for about Imif to include every man of _every poHii- a mile and was found Mng at the side of the road bed. Whr-u )icked up he had a bad cut on :he lead, but was m ar.y east. each buys 2 lots, Block 96. high and dry, facing east. oach buys 2 lots in .Block 93, facing east. Easy terms on the above. G. A. PEAT CO., Real Estate Firs Insurance 5 Macdo-.iald Block Phone 570. P. O. Box 643. outline the party. The objects of the new puky are not yet made public but it is intended car creed or color who is wiilin subscribe to its principles. So far as can be learned the prin- oth- 1 cipal'objects of the new party will er way. The accident happened a few miles uorbh of when tii-2 riu-.i was loing speed of about '.weiity miles an hour. on his part, and felt it necessary to apologize for it to his pastor. "He attended fairly regularly dur- ing the last few years, although he rarely was present at .more than one continued Mr. Wallace. "He was one of the most reverent wor- shippers in the congregation. Our re- jlations were very pleasant. He took (no part in the active work oi the church but was greatly interested in all kinds ot charity. During the se- vere winter of some years ago gave a substantial cheque for the remarkable series pi personal let- ters to The Sun in which he discuss- ed during a period of..several' years he greatest' problems that concern the human mind, the destiny oi man .lie changing standards of 'religious a i tli, the immortality of the soul, Goldwin Smith said of that particu- lar article Not Without Religion "I believe .nothing will be found in it impious'by any man who does not men of science; I'suppose, do, and even Gladstone did the inspiration and infallibility of Genesis. My special object, in fact, was rather to show before I went out of the world that I was not with- out religion. Was Not An Enemy "I feel that my state is still doubt- ful, aad I do not wish to go out of the world as a reputed enemy of re- ligion. That leads me to address to 1 cLT. The whitefish in Lake Winnipeg are returns. The hotel liquor license in Green- wood B.'C., has been raised to a. year, and the 'number pf licenses reduced from twelve to five. This is the highest liquor license in British Columbia. .Wholesale liquor licenses have been raised to a year. I to guard the rights of the province us against real or imaginary federal dic- tation, and to protest against the us-1 urpa'tion of arbitrary authority on the part of the lieutenant-governor. The new party had its birth at Red least that is where it was >f, and any definite ac- tion taken. And :the movement, it is said, has spread to every part of the province. It is also claimed that lead ing men from' every constituency will be present at the Edmonton meeting and take part in the framing of n polHical platform on which to ap- peal for the support of the peopl-r of Alberta. The Albertan last night called up W. J. Tregillus over the tele phone to get some information in re- gard to the new political organiza- tion, to which he refers in his letter afford and at the same time absolutely safe method of sending small sums of money to any point in Canada, except Yukon, or to the principal cities of the United States. are sold at every Branch of the Union Bank at the following rates: OF CANADA ESTABLISHED 1865 Total Assets Oct. 1909 ,_ Over Bank Money Orders and under 3c. to 6c. to to We issue Drafts for larger amounts, and Telegraph Transfers when immediate payment is desired. Mam Office cor. Round SU I G- R- TINNING Sub-Office Wwtminiter Rd., N. W.fd Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Balllie, Manager. Lethbridge People Should Know How to Read and Heed Them Sick kidneys give many signals of Liuu, to wjnuii ne ici-cjo ui .11 io fli stress. i The secretions are dark, contain a I ,-n morning's Albtrlan as navin sediment. Passages are frequent, scanty, pam- Backache is constant day and night- Headaches and ilixxy spells are frc- quent. The weakened kidneys need quick Use a special kidney he our poor as well as the large donation he gave to the Associated Charities. He was liberal in his contributions and ______________ was heartily in sympathy with Mc- A POLITICAL PRISONER (Master University." Kingston. -Tune two pho- think he came to our church jographers were taking pictures in the j principally because he was at one penitentiary, Carl Dullman, leader of j time with the Baptists on the prin- thc dynamite plot to blow up the of keeping Church and State land canal, refused to give the camera' said he, "Then Baptists men a sitting. He was put in a dun- oppose war, perhaps more than some you one .more a very long to feel that its appearance as early as it would be convenient to you is on my own account de- sired." This last, letter was written after the accident to Mr. Smith. There is surely no impropriety-now in our pub lishing these private explanations his attitude toward the subjects was hiscussing ami the audience was addressing. They show the urgency of Goldwin Smith's desire to he misunderstood by no man ,as regards the character of Don't delay. remedy. Booth's Kidney Pills cure sick nevs, backache and Mrs. M. 12. Parr, of 262 John street, Steelton, Ont'.. says: have found more actual results oeen formed. In reply, ATr. Tregillus said tl'-it was not at liberty yet to make Known, the names of tihe men who were tak- ing a leading part in the formation Of new party. He had, howe