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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page FAIRMONT The Industrial Sub-Division Prices to Terms, One Quarter Cash, Balance 3, 6 and 9 Bakes-Roasts-Broils-Toasts bread, pie and cake bakes them perfectly all through, browns them appetizingly. beef, poultry and game with a steady heat, which pre- serves the rich natural Savor. iteaks and them tender and inviting. TOASTS bread, muffins, crack- en and cheese. No drudgery of coal and ashes; no stooping to get at the oven; no smoke, no dust> no good cooking with greater fuel economy. Irons and water in wash- boiler always hot. The THE TRUE New tion Oil Cook-stove has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks. It has long tarquoise-blue enamel chimneys. The nickel finish, with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attrac- tive and invites cleanliness. Made with 1, 1 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet ttBIMKiftTMTI: ttfc rtm Every AmJfT everywhere; if act it write far Descriptive Circular to the The Imperial Oil Company, Limited. PINCHER CREEK NOTES The Summerview school trustees are at loggerheads with each other, and a public meeting for July 2nd has been called in the hope of set- tling all disputes. What goes to make up the sunshine and the shadow of life was in evi- dence here last week. Dr. and Mrs. Gillcspie were made happy by the ar- rival at their home ot a daughter, while that of Inspector Bencher was made desolate by the death of an in- fant daughter. Measles are prevalent in Fishburn. A dance was held at Spring Creek on Friday in aid of the Victoria Or- der of Nurses. Mrs. A. N. Mouat is away on an extended visit to friends at the coast. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS R. G. Monroe, of Xova Scotia, lias commenced the practice of law at Joteman. G. Campbell, a switchman in the employ of the C. P. R.. was killed in the C. P. R. yards a: Calgary shortly before midnight on Friday, by falling from the top of a car and 'being run over by another car E. H. Riley in Gleichen. Algernon Milne, of .'incouver. claims the earldom o? Wrottesley. Bishop Dowling caused a mild son- sation at St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, Brantford, by virtually ck- manding the resignation of 3ev. Fath- er Lennon, who hao been pastor for a score of years. He main'a'ns ;hc priest is too infirm. Sermon To Knighs Of Pythias By Rev. A. M. Gordon Sunday evening the Lethbridgq Or- der of of Pythias paraded ia a body to Knox Presbyterian church. Leaving their hall on Round street the" members, headed by the city band under Marshall Rouk, passed up Rouad, across on Redpath to Burdett, thence to the church, which they oc- cupied in a body. After the opening exercises by the choir and pastor, the evening's lesson was read from II Sam. Following the Nation- al hymn and the chant of the Lord's Prayer by the choir, the pastor, Rev. A. M. Gordon, gave an interesting and suitable address, as his key-words those to'be found in the term "Knights of Pythias." The speaker went on to define what manner o! man was an_ ideal knight. In doing so he quoted Scot's "Ivan- hoe" as one of the shining charac- ters in" knighthood. For another il- lustration he directed their attention to Chancer's "Canterbury Tales." Four great outstanding qualities must be present in the character and make-up of a true knight, viz.: pat- riotism, courage, modesty and honor. The first is a virtue upon which ought to be laid much stress. We, find it in the time before Christ, espec- ially Pass oi Thermopylae, where the Spartan soldiers evinced patriotism and courage before the on- slaught of the terrible Persian mob. Surely it is a sweet and becoming leath to die for one's country. If a knight is not a man of honor he is not up to the standard. He above all others, must be hon- orable. Honesty is a quality which ought to be found in every human be- ing, not so much in the sense oi glory Don't neglect destroy the natural toughness of the leather with poor or harmful dressings. Feed the H with' PACKARD'S Shoe Dressings Forty kinds, for kind and color of shoe Here are a GETTING RIGHT KIND OF HABITS Mon Ami (water- proof) .10c White "O" White Liquid lOc 25c BottlM. Combination( Black and Tan) I5c and 25c Sine. Patent Cream iSc and 25c Special (Self 25c AT ALL DEALERS' L. B. Packard Limited, Montreal. and not forget how great a friend he has in Jesus. The anthem, "Sun of My was pleasingly rendered by the choir, the solo parts, being effectively taken by Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming, while Miss McClure, Miss Simm and Mr.i.Jarvis figured in the trio. F. C. Mock presided at the organ. BUSINESS IS GOOD ALL OVER CANADA. We Are Ready For You With the finest lines of Crockery Glassware China Cut Glass ever shown in this city. Our prices are right and our stock the most complete ever placed before the. buyers: of Lethbridgc. See it for yourself. Visitors always welcome. and renown, but as being the equival- Ottawa, June Labor Ga- ette for June in' reviewing the gen- ral industrial and labor conditions ays: During May our review of the gricultural industry was buoyant, lanufacturers were more active than it any time in the last three years. The amount of building is on a scale that promised to exceed previous re- cords. Lumbering and mining were active throughout the Dominion, Rail- way construction gave employment to many thousands of men, and provid- ed an active market for heavy mat- SENTENCES GIVEN BY THE MAGISTRATE. Quite an array of accused were up at the Police Court Saturday morn- ing. They were as follows: T. Arnold, charged with being drunk 1st Door North of Simpson Co. 315 Cr abb Street ent of modesty in itsf widest sense. To the question, "Lord, who shall so- journ in thy tabernacle we receive for the answer the picture of the man of honor." The opposite of the honorable man iis the slippery customer who is un chivalrous and willing to take ad vantage of the ignorance oi others his OV.T. personal 'gain, made ,is a debt unpaid, to be kept and not broken. He who lacks hon- or lacks everything, and has no stand ing in sight of his fellowman. The speaker then told the story of Damon and Pythias and portrayed them as a splendid illustration of love and friendship. Truth is no dream and its powers are strong. Truth allied with Trust are two of the great qualities of Honor. We trusc our fellow man in day life, and would that we could trust him more. If a man is trusted and betrays that trust no punishment is loo strong for He who has broken trust has committed a dark deed in the sight of man and God. When Christ came to the world he was ready to welcome goodness from xvhatevcr sor.rce it came, and trust ought to be welcomed in our day no matter in what rank'it is obtained. When Dionysius saw love of Damon and asked as a boon to be admitted to x-thci. friendship. But there is one whc. is King of kings and Lord of lords, who is able and trustful, and trusts even us. "Henceforth I call you not ser- vants but friends." If these bonds are to be enduring then let each claim his fellow mortal as a and disorderly, was given one month's imprisonment at the Barracks. N. T. Nelson, drunk and disorderly, fined ?3 and costs. C. Woods appeared to answer for overrunning the speed limit in a mot- or car. His case was dismissed. Mike Pateliez, convicted of theft from the C. P. R. car at Elcan, was sentenced to six months' imprison promise ment. The case of John Kostuk, charged vith assault, was remanded unti Tuesday morning that the accused night have the opportunity of proctir ng witnesses. C. A. Magrath Talks at Sunday School--Rec- ords ol Attendance "Get tho-habit of early hours and regular living and keep your strength and vigor for the end of the race of life. The young man who stays out late at night may think he has a of a time, but see him forty years hence to see if he had the best time." This a part of tlie excel- lent talk given by C. A. Magrath, M. P., to the young men of the West- minister Sunday school Sunday af- ternoon. After stating that the great- est asset in life was a stainless repu- tation and honorable character, Mr. Magrath that character was the result of habit and urged the young man to get right habits. Among oth- ers he told them to get the habits of being agreeable, of. telling the truth of 'being-fair, of reading (at least fif teen minutes a of thinking for chemselves, and -being self dependent T. S. HcKenzie was the other speak er at this special service. He spoke of tho great importance the Sun- day school and of the necessity of harmony in ail its work.. He appealed to rhe teachers to realize the import- ance of their work. Over two'years without missing a Sunday is the splendid record of two of the scholars, Minnie Laverick and Marcus Dunsworth, who have not missed a session since the school started in May, 190S. They were pre- sented with diplomas and heartily ap- lauded. Certificates for attending ie past year without missing a Sun- ay were presented to Harold Gray, lark English, Minnie Laverick, Mar- us, Frances, Zera and Leon Duns- vortb. (all from one Percy Harding, Vera" Gray and Cyril Hoult. The pastor, Rev. A. A. Lytle, made he presentation. The different inter- mediate classes gave interesting num- bers as well as the primary class. The chorus sing was a feature. In the evening addresses on senior -work were given by Mrs. Burg man. superintendent cradle roll department; Mrs. Hoult, sup't. home department; Mrs. Lytle, leader of the young la- dies' Bible class; J. A. Sanderson, leader of the Adult Bible class, the pastor and superintendent. The sen- ior and adult departments had charge of the programme. At the morning service the inter- mediate classes rendered special ex- ercises and the pastor, Rev. A. A. Lytle, addressed the school on the subject "I "will praise Him for I am fearfully and wonderfully us- ing watches and clocks as illustra- tions. OF ESTABLISHED Assets Oct. Over We have already over 40 Branches iu Ontario and about 120 in the West. _ If have not yet established Branch within easy reach of you, you can carry on all your banking business by mail, conveniently and safely, with our nearest Branch. Call or write and the Manager will gladly explain the system to you. Open a Savings Account with a Deposit of or more. Interest is paid at highest current rate and money may be withdrawn at any time. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sti I G. R. TINNING Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Bail lie, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAVE INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NEST OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES? IF YOU HAVE ANY TITLE DEEDS, INSURANCE POLICIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO LETHBR1DGE BRANCH, C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager.] DROWNED IN RED RIVER AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, June Mac- Uonald, an employee of the J. H. Ash- down Co., was drowned yesterday on the Red River while canoeing in the vicinity of Elrn Park. He could not swim. The body has not been recov- ered despite the efforts made with. rapplings. BORDEN AT NIAGARA Niagara Falls, Ont., June James Whitney, R. L. Bordon air! Hon. Charles Doherty will bo tin1 principal speakers at tne big noli t KM! picnic to be held tomorrow in Queen Victoria Park by the Con serva lives. TRY THEM BEFORE YOU BUY THEM Gin Sent Yes, we send Gin Pills free to every tuffercr from Kidney and Bladder Trou- bles, Rheumatism and Lame Back. We want all sufferers to test Gin Pills, and see for themselves that these pills ac- tually cure ail sucli diseases. No matter what" your experience has been with doctor's medicine and advertised reme- dies, we want you to try Gin Pills. And we let you sec how much good Ibey will do you by sending you a free sample, because we think your experience will be exactly like that of Mr. Webster's. Skipness, OnL, I6th. "I have used the sample box of Gin Pills you sent me and have received great re- lief. I enclose you P. 0. Order for for half a dozen RICHARD WEBSTER, You see, Mr. Webster first wrote for a free sample of Gin Pills. lie tried them. They did him so much good that he was glad to send the money for 6 full site boxes because he felt that he had found a cure for his trouble. Do the same. Write the National ,Druf Chem. Limited "Toronto, for a free sample. will be in a position to decide whether friend Giu Pills arc the right remedy for jcm. 27 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Kon. J. S. Duff ;aid the corner-stone >f the new continuation school at ''lesherton. Chief Commissioner of the toll way "Commission, is nppojnlefl Janadian representative :n tion with the discussion of an ar- rangement for the joint control of in- ternational traffic be'.wv--n Un- ited States and Cana.lt. Calvery Sons lumbar mill at Bowe, .Man., was iirnel with 000 loss. Kingston's striking carpenters ob- ject to the arbitrator's award. An ndidtion to St Josephs Hospital Hamilton, to cost is planned. Geo. Modue's house near Mount fleasam, Ont., was destroyed by fire. The Port Hope Times has been pur- chased by W. H. M, Purser, of Co- nourg. longshoremen at Hamilton are on strike for an increase from 25 to 30 cents per hour. The Postal Telegraph .Company denies ever leasing wires to bucket shops. Edward A. Chase, a river driver of Bangor, Me., rode a log through Hell Gate in the East River. SPECIAL "Weal" Grain Grinder With 6 1-2 inch double capacity 40 bushels per hour. Furnished with 2 extra set of burrs. Only one in stock, selling it at cost Northwest Jobbing Commission Co. ;