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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TO "THE LETHBRIPOE DAILY HERALD Satin-day. May 17, 1913 Rev. Mr. Alkin Making Good Progress With First Church in Village If Our v Candy Experts 'combine the and richest 1 cream with the chocolate ground in our own -factory from selected cocoa 1 beans. The result is candy confection universally accepted as the Try them. flavors. filled centres. and jelly insMes. Moil's, Mfai, Canada 15 Mr ucrfV and limit ol the I the S'jvlay svhool con- b) Itcv. T. CulhlKrt Allin wflf to be ed as. it be, ttey would EMb tbe spectacle of every citizen oi l.cthbrnke tiUgmg hrlp pay fur ihe sttuctW which will be Wilt Ibis yjmuitr and vvbich will be as U.f Trinity church KOI tl.e chil- [drca ot llie congregation dor.e tbeii share and more, acd Rev. Atkin :s justly proud oi them. H is onn ol the dearest wishts oi Mr- AUin's heart to see church cor.structei! in BtaflorJvlllc, he is tl'> onlv Ptolestant rain- isler among 750 people. Last fall he conceived the idea iiJ since has beea working .10 tbal end. At the Christmas rcnceit each chile of the Sucdaj iihool was olt enough to' tale au interest in the church v.urk was 25 ceuis to iradr. uith to I'nVc money to built lie oe.v edifice. It a cure sebtir.e and tbe hojs anil gills took it up uith an interest. Cbe boy had a iiiicroscope and gave concerts amnag IMS friends, charging tleai ad misiiaa in the regular A little girl did needlework- add realised. quits a tiii) snin. Still others made can dies and sold them their friends Anil now, v.hen Mr. Cuthhert is re- ceiving bubicriptions to the builuiu: the and icirls came alon; and lucded him over nearly S100 Mr. AtkiD is greatly please the vrork oi the boys add girls and believes it v, ill result in large subscriptions Irom everybody to tl: ood woiV. The Herald this niurnina; shown the plans of Trinity church a prepared hy Kev. Mr. Altin himssl" The building be of frame with full hasemcnl. Tlic tola! size is 42 ieet by 25 feet. The interior of th church prooer uill be finished ic dar. with plastered ualls. Mapl IT LOOKS SUSPICIOUS Moose Jaw. _Maj finding o: a ball empty bcule of slrj'chulne ivhere Miss Alfcn] was found djing en the [rail to BriercrcH has led to many wild rumors. The R are investigating No Inn.ie-1 held as heart disease was supposed to be the cause of her death, ih. licdj- was sent to her old home at Necefoli, for turial CORSETS ere made in 50 many different models to fit so many different Bgures that it a pity not to secure the model that moil perfectly sets off the supple and %vell developed appearscce of your figure. If you get your right size and model in the a la Grace Corset, there is no need to sacrifice comfort for fashion. The Princess Model is for slim or medium figures. I la itf Ac TOB o It Croc molds, fta free boe( (o CROMPTON CORSET COMPANY LIMITED. TORONTO and Riv. Jlr. Alkin u-ili nois-canvass the people of Lethtiridge for aid in FOflMER LETHBR1DOE PASTOR HAD GREAT SUCCEES IN EDMONTON CHURCH 'Edmonton. Maj- McDousal.1 Mothodlst church, at Us annual oflic- lal meeting on Tuesiiiy evening, re- ported current receipts ol I32.SS2.0S lor toe financial jusl closed, and a total revenue ot over 510.0W [torn sources. A buJset ot (or the present >ear passeo, ounting to 535.900, including a reduc- tion ol J10.000 in the mortgage debt The retiring pastor, Rev. J. E. Hugh- ron, it a? given a bonus of 5500. and Ihe salaries of rte assUumt pastor and secretary T.'crc increased. The salary ol tbe incoming pastor vvas Qxed at 53000. The taembersb'p roll shows 357 new members received dur- ing the year, and a total present nwni bcrsbip of 1150, a net increase o( 215. AH Boating liabilities bave been llqut- rtated in full, and every financial ob- ligation met to date. The raeetlcs was largely attended, and much sat- isfaction was becouse the financial condition o! the church, and the evidence of complete organ- ization and marlceil progress In all tbe departments. The following re- tlon was moved by P. K. Butcoart. seconded by D.-. A. A. .Nicbolls, and unanimously carried: "That this board, at ils last regular meeting in tbe pastorate of Rev. J. E. would respectfully express ils appreciation of the splendid ser- vices rendered to this -iurch oy the present pastor. Mr. Hugrison has been unfailing in his courtesy, kind- ness and helpfulness. His attitude in ell moral and civic matters In Ed- monton has been strong, vigorous and a creait to the enurch. His pas- toral attention has lecn remarkably diligent, faithful and efficient. Ills pulpH ministrations have always been clear, helpful and inspiring. And in tbe opinion of'this ioarii. Mr. Hugh- son is one ot Uie strongest preachers In MethodlEra: Tho larsc congre, lions which listen wllb rapt attention to his sermons are a testimony to his place and power as a preacher. This chiirch -will always remember his pas- torate, and -are will follow him witii "Don't EatThem ALL, ll't DO wonder Maple Buds lute good, it'i womder nollien uo eaomoiing iHe title follt to ipend ptnoiei (or tiMa. Maple Buds aie nothuif moee (he beX of chocoUie. mJk and ihe doctor would lecomoKod to buM up i sictly child. The moil detiule child cu The distinctive flavor of Maple is eaiutly due to the UK o( the best cnocolite. The'Ene vehrty leiture comes ftom grinding and giindioj ihiough innumcnble COWANS MAPLE BUDS They're Not MAPLE BUDS Unless They're COWAN'S The Co., Limited OnUrio flooring will Le used throughout. On bis worthy ptoject. To further aid in our prajers that God's Messing Trill rest'upon his ministry tor men." At an audloa eale ihe farm of Peter -Miller in Beetle township, an old fashioned eight clock, believed to 150 years old, was sold to P. S. Miller for ihe Dorth Le the minister's ves- try. The basement will DC finished so that it will he available for Sunday school acd social looms. The ceilings will be of tiniher. Hot air heating apparatus -sill be installed. The in- terior of the rhurcb. wbich seat about 175, will riiesent a very fine appearance- wish its gothic doors and windows. Tl.e minister hopes to have tl completed by the date specified m the contract, August 1. The people of have re- sponded cheeriuHr in the mat- ter of a buildipg iund. Already 5600 has been subscribed. The Ladies' Aid of the chutch have made them- selves responsible for raising 5300. The Church and Maose Building Hoard of tie church in Canada has made itseU responsible for more, and tbe children hate added 5100, mating in all which may counted on before the tmiljing slaiteii. The contract price is S3MO, raising the mosey needed, the Lad- ies' Aid will hold a supper and con- cert in ihc basement Hardier Hit school on the evening di Si ay 19, to which all are invited.. Supper be seived frorn live acd the concert will begin at consibt- ip-5 of choruses, action songs, a mu- sical drill and dialogues and recita- lions, school cert- The pupli.s oi the Sunday ate responsible for 1he con- COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Dlui Riltboa Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Jelly and Extracts. Purest and beat. When In doull use IJlue lUbbon. Wo guarantee perfect sat'slachoa with all our pure food products. BUT DUliL WITTED COP FAILED TO SEE THE COLLECTOR'S POfNT HOUSEWIVES rejoicing to find a But- ter they can depetid upon ciery day in the year. Thai's uby so many of them arc using Lethbridge Creamery BUTTER PASTEURIZED Churned Daily from Pure Pas- teurized Cream It you canot grocer. it from your Phone 584 TIFF rams .Montreal, .May revis- ions In tfco tariff were predicted by R. H. Courley, president of the Canadian Manufacturers association at tbe an- nual taiiQuet Oi (he Montreal branch ot the. association' held at the Mont- real Club tonight. It was incumbent, DISASTROUS FIRE ON BUFFALO WATERFRONT Buffalo, May a million dol- lars' worth of water (rent properly was destroyed by fire yesterday, Tlia Erie elevator, a viooden structure with Us tins filled with grain, was completely The south end: of the Erie R. R. Co.'s oast 'bound freight sheds was damaged bj- the flames and a large quantity ot flour there was ruined by-water. The flames leaped across Buffalo creek and set fire to Ihe Lehlgh Railway trestle but this biaae was quickly checked by a therefore, upon manufacturers to work fire tug-. Twenty-eight bo.t cars load- George W. Budd. agent or the Jlorbey Automatic Switch and Patent Co., of Salt .Lake City, is in .he city again after an extended risft to Salt lake, and other western points. Mr. Uudd says that the rail- way switch, a description of which exclusively in the Herald i 330, is as much of a. win- ner as was predicted. It was demon- strated to a party of fifty business men in Salt Lake ami nearly every one present took stock in the new company. The switch has also been in Chicago, and to Colorado Midland officials fn Dtnrer. Mr. BinJd says that every one who has the switch, and knows anything about railway appliances It a great Improvement all others, Tbe Morby Company hare a number of other Interest leg and useful inven- tions completed, Iccludlcj, a pateoted hook and ladder automatically projects itself, and which is furnished j with an automatic life saving appar- 'atua; a mine ruil snitch n-hkh wi eliminate Ihe dangerous cable; smoke consumer for railway and other learn engines; an irrigation syEtem automatic pump, and a rat- trap which automatEcally rcstts itself. LcLbbrldgo fa tbe permanent head- quarters for Canada of the company, and they expect to be operating by fall. London, two militan suffragettes recently captured "The Wren's master- stands near the northern approach to Bridge, commem- orating the great fire ol 1666, know that tbey wers in "grave danger of personal injury from the exasperated c-ro-Kd which gathered about the case of the structure, but they have not learned yet "that their temporary ahode was In even greater peril. Over- g the monument is one of His Majesty's Ur collecting offices, and in the office sat one of that type of tbe King's ttx collectors "who never overlook anything that may add to the, Lloyd George budget. This collector, after hastily reading the law relating to the imposition of the inhabited house tax, Bought tbe police Inspector in charge of the quad beeelgins the monument and egted him for permission to present the suffragette garrison with a de- mand for inhabited house .duty'on the ground that, having_ dispossessed {he caretaker, the two 'women TTCTC the! de. facto occupants of the structure. As the tax collector mournfully con- fessed later, the inspector wis the usual type of London police" 'official without the requisite grasp ttie possibilities of this counter strofce. arid he refused to permlt'the evying ot the demand. or slated that the tax would hav< mode no small hole in the war chest of'the hecause he flattered himself that the adjusters would per- mit a rather steep assessment on this beautiful structure. country a real part of the Eaid Secretary Lane, "by the con struction of railroads into it. This has been the heart of England's policy! in Africa, of Hussia's policy Ui West- ern Asia, and is 'the policy of the new- movement in Chiua, "I am convicted thaf we should think of Alaska" as a land noi otily of mines and fisheries, but of towns, mills and factories, support- ing millions of people of the liardkst and most wholesome of the race." WAS GOING TO HEAVEN -Moose Jaw, May a straw stack at illdalc the decomposing body of W. H. Rice, a farm hand, lound by the T( N.w.M P. He left a note to Miss Lillian Huber, Lebanon, Penna., saying; "f wlll meet you In heaven." He had apparently taken carbolic acid and lun to ihe straw stack to die. He came recently from Newlontllle, N, J.- together to protect their interests and Jhose of the country In general so that N hen the time for res IsJon arrived they cools lay their clevis before, the government os a strong and united body instead having isolated dele- gallons recommending this and op- posing that without serious result. Im- pending revision, he said, was fore- shadowed by the West Indies and the coming Australian treaty anfl the insistent demand in somo sections of the country for an increase, in lirlllsh- preference, by the American tariff changes and finally for the facl that it was not pleasant for the ROY- ernment to bo told by the opposition hat their prosperity was due to low- ering Its standard even thougb that; standard was I tiff down originally by great ConsenaUve-leaders. The necessity of increasing the for- eign trade 'of the country was em- phasized fcy Mr. Courley, who held ihat- In many lines our trade conld increased with foreign countries. In closing, Mr. Courley said that the manufacturers should organize 10 Eccuro belter representation in par a eeutlment was dorscd hy following spcakere arid hy demanding- that strong resislenre should be made to tbe interference of foreign agitators in the- labor proi- lems of the country. ed with grain ivere destroyed. THREE SUGGESTIONS For Your Sunday Dinner BERLIN OLD-TIMER DEAD Uerlhi, Ont, May Hell, one or pioneers, suffered a paralytic stroke late today. He was years of age. r'rctf Asbbaugh, postmaster at Ayl- msr since died suddenly aged '62. "ARE YE Then say "The Florentine" lee. Cream Parlor is ihe Pride of Lrlhbmlgc Cily. And thi! new innnngrmcnf. is giving llip public cxccllunl Qunlily Cuunls we have us for UITS, CAXDJKS, SODAS, CRliAAJ, COXl-KCTIONERY ANDREWS CARLILE, Props. Washington, May Secretary Lane o( the Interior, today placed on record as faiorlng a rail- way In Alaska constructed, owned and opciatcd by the govern- ment- ''Government Ownership of railroads In he said, ''aeema to me lo be the one volley tnal TV most cerlainly make for her lasting welfare." Tfao Eecretary expressed his vi'iws in a Idler responding lo Inquiries from Senator I'lllman, chafrman of fhfe ooramltlec on Urrllorlca, which now has consideration of the bill' providing for the construction by the national goi eminent of railway sys- tem In Alaska. 'There tut one Hfly lo make any TOASTED FLAKES All Choice, Tender And x Phone 452 ;