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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Pasre 8. THE DAILY HERALD Saturday, May Shows that the Bible is no more responsible for popular religion than it is for Mohammedanism or Buddhism. It deals with Bible teaching concerning NATIONS UPON EARTH And shows that all are "Christ'? and that he is coming back to earth again to take possession. if Christendom Astray unfolds "The Truth." concerning God's an- cient covenants in Israel and makes manifest "'The Hope of for -which Paul Tra-s a prisoner at Koine: the Jews survive and Avhat is coming through them to the World, is unfolded by CHRISTEXD01T ASTRAY. This book may be had free upon application to SIDNEY T. BATSFORD General Delivery. Lethbridse. IN CROW'S NEST MINES I I Important Action Forecasted at Conciliation i Board Meeting at Evidence Will Be T. n Until Monday (Spscii. to the Fernie. B. C., May first take some little time to do this, as it was very late last night when theyi arrived, and they had not been able j to locate the witnesses needed. After some discussJoa it "was ruled by i chairman that the mine workers j should have this statement; of their case before the operators in time to perrr.it that body to prepare its an- swer by 2 o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Wilson said that the answer could be prepared in one hour after the ruin- i ens' statement was in the hands of the operators7 committee. After Chairnran Gordon had stated that he would admit any point of import- ance, which might come np after the proceedings had been begun, Mr. Stubbs said they would prepare their statement and present a copy to the j operators before two o'clock this at-1 ternoon. This being satisfactory the j chairman adjourned the board TO Monday morning. The board and all interested parties -will visit the mines at Coal Creek this afternoon. The visit will take six hours at interview .With Legatee of the least to go through all the mines in j FOK SALE Choice Northern GBEEX HAY Reasonable pries by car or ton. Also OATS bv car or at 427 Wood St. J. A. SMITH SALE For nde FOR SALE Picture Framing: Business Owner leaving town, also 2 JLots in Simnyside Addition- Lethbridge 2003 Alberta- CHURCH SERVICES First Church.of Christ (Scientist) Services 11 a-rn. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 12.10 Subject, "Adam and Fal-j 'len Man." Everybody mated to at-j tend above services and al-o TO reading rooms "which arc ooen afternoon from Z to 5 o'clock. V St. Paw Pi First lefts at the home of Rev, C. Grant, No. I 3LS Fifteenth street south i William! Sunday school at '3.30 p. m. j There "will 'be no services Sunday asj the pastor -will preach at Warner. Bible study on Tuesday evening. Cat- echism class Wednesday, 4.30 p.m. Baptist W. A. Levitt of High River will preach at both services, to. make Life 'Count'' will be" the subject of the sermon in the morning at 11 o'clock. LOCAL BUDGET Hon. A. J. MacLean arrived in rJie city this afternoon on the local from Calgary. He reports that rain was falling heavily when he left Cilgarr t'his morning, and continued as far south-as High River. Before leaving the city Rev. Dr. Gordon, who, lhadi been staying at the i Alexandra Hotel, while here attend- the "session of the Conciliation At 7.30 the subject wlll.be "The Chris- tian and his Fellow-man." Adult Bible _ class 12.15. Sunday school p.m.. A hearty invitation is extended to all to attend these services. Your ink troubles die a natural death when TOU use RELIANCE open session of the conciliation board i which adjourned its session at Leth- I bridge yesterday, to come to Fernie, i opened sharp on time this morning in the county court room ot the.provin- 1 cial court house with all the board present. j The chairman of the Operators' As- sociation and W. R. Wilson were on hand to represent the operators, but the committee of the mine workers j did not put in an appearance 1'or a few minutes, the intervening time being taken up by an examination and explanation to Chairman Gordon, of a sectional map showing the difj ferent seams of coal in the Coal j Creek and Michel mines, in which j disputes to conditions and wages had arisen between miners and manage- ment. Mr. Wilson went over the plans and made clear the nature of the ground ia dispute, to the board. The Herald reporter was the only pressman present at the opening, and but two or three people, not directly which disputed points have connected with the enquiry, put in an I During the discussion, upon the mode j London. April BletchJngleyj appearance at the first public sitting. of procedure the question of changes (Surrey) agricultural laborer toj Soon the committee of the mine j from long wall to pillar and room jwtom his lale employer ('Mr. Henry workers arrived and took their places j methods and vice versa came up and it an artist, who lived the at the tabls assigned to them. Vice-j came out. that there is a ,'of'a recluse.-.bequeathed his val- T >T f I j iuable pictures and rare china, which president Stubbs ana Board jMembers j ed ot manner 01 working in i T jv I are said to be worth thousands of j Smith and J. 0- Jones were on the committee, President Powell beiag j delayed elsewhere. I The operator asked for a state- es and conditions to prevail. and; correspondent had calls in carcas is sellmg'ibr-' one cent per 'morning _ahd one In the afternoon js RELIANCE INK LTD. pound lower than it was.at the same !aDout'gn "Three years said, "I working at the Fuller's earth works, j Nutfield.- as a laborer. It was a slack) time and T did odd jobs for the old' man, but his miad became poisoned against me, and I was not wanted. "After I had worked for" him for! nearly twelve months his sister dted.! and eighteen months ago the he was a says Tuck.! "and an R.A., and received honors irom the late for me andj asfeed if I could "come and live with; COLUMBIA BATTERIES Spark Coils Spark Plugs. Ignition Supplies. W. L. McKenzie Co. 706 3rd Aye. Phone 637 nim. He allowed me a j which he paid to my wife, and hei! Winnipeg, Knox Church Price' Manitoba.] date' a year ago. While the market steady- and good-cattle bring a fair j twenty minutes to and in some n0t more way the brigade from No. 1 got tholr ister, Rev. A. M. Gordon, B. D. day services 11 a.m. and 7.30 Sun- p.m. actually than top stuff did last i signals mixed and hurried down year, at the same time, in fact, not j avenue as far as London Road ancl for one day. The ner extra for his washing. Hei in this afternoon aooa: was funny in his ways, but I could j get on. with him very well, and hej often .said I was his best friend, and; tnat he would provide for me. i Adult Bible Classes at 12. Sundavj quite so much. There has been beeijhad to be rang back from the fire room 2.30, West! school at 3. All cordially welcome. minster Road. Christians meet to re- j member the Lord, at 11 a_ m. and 7.30 i p, m. Gospel will be preached. All) Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, North welcome. i service at 11; Sabbath school at 3 p.m.: evening i service 7.30 p.m. C. B. McKinnon pas- Church of of (flisciples of Christ 1 meet at the La- bor Hall 7th St. S. at 11 a.m., forj tor. Creaking bread, and gospel will be; preached. All are'invited 9 St. Mary's Church St. Patrick's, (R-oman Catholic) [Board-.of- which he Is chairman, ex-iff [pressed his appreciation of the service" t of .that hotel in tie following note. Eucharist at S.30. Matins at 11 o'- clock. Children's service at 3 o'clock. i to- N. H.' Msrrray, the proprie- tor: "i wish to e.Tpress to you my ap- preciatioTi of ths Accommodation Ij Choral Eveasong- at 7.30. SV Andrew's Church (North Leth- -Rev. W. W. Bry- have received at hotel d uring nrv stay in Lethbridgt In the meals flen- M- A-'SmTflay services at n a.m" vided. in the attention to the 7-30 P-m. Sunday School at 3., I rooms, and in fact in all things that MInister's.Eible, Class at to promote tihe comfort of therelcorae Wesley (Methodist) Church The Children's masses at.8.a.m. Mass at a. m. Higb .Mass at 11 a. m. Sunday school at three o'clock. Even- ing service at The Catholic Tern perance Lrniou meets oil the First Sun- day of the month in' the convent at p. m. Ladies' Altar Society meets on the second Sunday of the month at 4 p, m. Young Ladies" Sodality meets on the last Sunday of the month at 4 p. m. St. Augustin's Church cf brought in from the south, but about nal1 started out right. The fire twenty cars of dressed beef have was. onl-v a sma11 'blaze in the been brought through from Toronto, shed at of _., hOUSe I2tb Street SOUt Automobile TIRES TUBES VULCANIZED CENTRAL CYCLE REPAIR .WORKS 331 a Eijhti Ave. E., Calgary. Only steam vuicanizert used FAME'S PATHWAY T The Duke of Connaught .who is re- For eighteen months I attended poned to ,be seriousl m> fa h m night and day and he often m Edwarfl and Preset king. George V. The :Dake is the only surviving brother of: and it is the ajlut of the Toronto very little damage resulted, but might market that is holding ours down, i faave bad idjsastrous Sheep have been brought in trom St. jit H0t been cnecited it was. The fire department had a couple runs in quick succession this morn- ing. About 9.30'No. 2 station turn- A hearty Corner Sth street 1 gTiests, your hotel shows the result of i efficient management." pastor will preach at both Morning service 11 o'clock. Subject, f ASK GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO ACT; "Walking as Christ Walked." Even- Vancouver, May The Presbyter- fag- service 7.30. The pastor will ad- j fan. Synod last night passed a rssolu-i dress the young men and young wo- tion; recommending the general assem- men, taking for his text Cllark 2nd avenue. Holy Communion 8 a.m.; Matins 11 a.m.; Ch-oral Eucharist (1st Sunday) 11 a.m.; Sunday School 3p.m.; Even- song 7.30: Wednesday Evening 8. Rev. J.E. ilurrell-Wrigbt; the rectory, 212 Eighth street south. tity to action on Ne Tern ere de- Sunday school and adult Bibls classes at three o'clock. The Prairie Agencies Limited Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 110 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Near Hudson's Bay Co.'s Store Office Equipment and Filing- Devices in Steel and Wood, Typewriter and Typewriter Sup- plies and Office Specialties. Phone 0. Box 122. We respectfully from out. of town points. All inquiries, promptly answered. Thanks, call again! St. Cyprian's of the Holy Communion at 8.30 and 11 a.m. Special children's service in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Evening ser- vice at 7.30. The offerings for the day i will be given toward the church debt. I I Westminster (Methodist) Church JRev. A. A. Lytie will preach In the Paul because they could not be ob- tained in the Canadian west. and both sheep and hogs receipts are lighter than they were at this date last year. The price ot the sheep is the same, but the price of hogs -'is three cents a pound louver, not 'be- cause receipts are larger, but-owing to the general lower market for bogs all over the American conti- nent. There ale no great supplies oi cattle in the west, but there is no famine, and with the present prices in the east there is not much likeli- hood of any sharp, advance -here. Grassy cattle will not be ready In large numbers before the first of July, but there are still a number of fed ranchers to come forward "which ed out in answer to a call irom 15th street, where Parr's house was in danger irom an overheated flue. No resulted and the danger was and said that after he was not to be in a hurry to I kept them thejxj_ as the longer more valuable they would 'JHe the rank: of ithe British Army. Questioned as to the estimated val-l ;Mrs_ woodrcyw-WIlson, wife of New ue of the pictures, be said he had jersey-s machine-smashing governor idea except that his late employer, Is a WOman of rare refinement, as is used to point to one of them and sayj jndicated ln other it was a genuine Holbein, and jjterary it was presented to him years ago some he was in itaJy.! the home rf trough When Dr of .Princeton Unl- speedily overcome. At 'ten o'clock an alarm was -rung in from J. R. Possession is nine points of the TQ and .be mine dinlier invitations day t intend to hold will have been held back until now, ing for higher prices.. hop- residence on llth Street, j were legally bequeathed to me.' S., and iSfo.'l brigade-was, on the Tuck is now the tenant, of "The scene in quick time. There was no very :great danger, merely a range trouble. .eving: were impressed the hospitality say that they! Of "the" home and its general air of (good breeding. NEW PREMIER Halifax, N.' S., May J. Palmer, K. C., member for the district of Fort Rabies Keath, where the re- LU t J "C j _ rWH ft cluse was a resident for twenty years ,'WaSJl 111086 PimplCS Oil and where he died. Recently it was visited by a large number of people, out no one other than the correspond- ent gained admittance. A German has invented sho'js con- NEWEST NOTES OF SCIENCE Augustus in the provincial Legislature, jtaining a- such. a. position that has been made premier of Prince Ed-1 the thrust in walking is taken up by ward Island, in succession to Hon. Mr. J the base cf the toes, preventing the supreme I toes jamming and deforming themsel- 1 ves. A handle may be fastened on a steel umbrella rod by filling the "bole with powdered sulphur and inserting the rod red hot. After years of effort a Berlin inven- tor has succeeded in building a model man that can walk, talk, sing, laugh morning on "Unbelief." At the even- and wbistlo jina: service "Tithing" will be the pas-' i tor's subject. Sundav school and! The elasticity of cane seats in chairs 1 Bible class at three o'clock. i can be restored by sponging with hot water and allowing the chairs to dry [out of j German Evangelical Lutheran Ser-j To leave a person's hands free while, vices will he held a: the residence of j telephoning, a Canadian has invented Kev. 0. A. Grotb, 710 16th St. X. Mom- jointed arm to hold a. receiver at :ing services at 10.30. Sunday School iany desired angle. ;at o'clock. German spea'clns 1 _ _ Switzerland has trie largest per cap- jlace cordially invited. i. ua of sugar of all t.ne j nations because of its chocolate and i St. Cyprisn's of j condensed rnlik factories. .Eighth avenue and EJsverith ntreeti Russian fur dealers have asked for a 'south. Services: Morning prayer at [closed season for two years for eabies ill s.rr.. Evensong, 7.SO p.m.' Sunday! fearing the demand for their pelts j School and Adult. Bibie p.m. j will in the extinction of tho IToiv bar-lisa. 4 Holv 'animals. 1st and 3rd Sundays at A New Yorker has patented a sprink i 2nd and 4th at 11 o'clock serrice. j ling to enable a man to wet Brotherhood of Si.. Andrew's meets! down the ashes as be cleans a heater, _ i every Tuesday evening in the vestry averting the danger of fire anrl per- Mat p.m. V. McMlllen, rector, ad-jmittlng the ashee to be sifted irnmed; H-azsard, appointed to the court bench this week. Use D.'D.'D. that mild, soothing wash, that recognized remedy for ec- zema and all skin troubles. First drops take -away tnat awful burning 'itch, cleanse the away every pimple every impurity. Noth- ing like D. D. D. for the complexion. Get a trial bottle at least Write for it today to the D.D.D. Laboratories Dept L.-H...49 Colbourne Street. Tor- Jackson Cope, local dress, 650 Sistb St. lately. Do You Believe in Sidns? Take a look about the place and you may see signs of URGENT NEED of some New Buildings or Repairing We have a large and carwfully selected stock of best building materials at. prices that are right and -within reach of all.. 3-8 x 2 Rock Maple for covering your old floors, JUST "THE THING. We have it. All kincis of tragcs oak and material and fir finish and doors that cannot be beaten. PHONES: YD. GENL. CITIZENS LUMBER CO., LIMITED 1ST AVE. SO. AND 12 1-2 ST. ;