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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta unlay. May 27. 1911. THE L13TITBRIDGE DAILY TTERAL0 Tajre 3 r Reeves Double Cylinder Cross Compound Plowing Engines Built for Plowing. Powerful, Economical, Convenient, Durable IITl Long lived, easy steaming, Alberta Special boiler of great capacity Why f Cross Compouud--economy all day long-great reserve power for emergencies. No dead centre. Starts a heavy load slowly lS7o shocks to gearing and shafting Massive steel gears running in a bath .of oil in dust-proof cases Direct transmission of power without either clutch or idle gear All the conveniences bet DO troublesome traps. A long record of success in this district That's Why! CALGARY WILL PROBABLY GET IT (Continued from Front Page.) Reeves Compound Separator-Reeves Steam Lift and Hand Lift Plows-the same quality. Prompt deliveries assured. Address T. W. DIKE BOX 2000, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Studebaker Vehicles Represent Quality, Durability, Appearance and Value We carry a full line of Suidooaker ons. drays, delivery wagons (all heavy teaming clump wagons, con- tractors' carts, ere. Also a complete line of hiffk class Studebaker carriao.es and bugo-ies. O V- Ask someone who knows what Stude- baker means. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. 1st. block west of Westminster Rd. pay. either in .part or in full, the trav- exnonses of the commissioners. This is a subject which especially in- terests the men in the smaller congre- gations in the western provinces. The assembly is constituted in iheory of ministers' ami eidprs fmrn each of the Presbyteries of the church, each pres-l Ibytery electing representatives in pro-j {portion to its numerical strength. As! ia matter of fact, the west, has practic-, 'ally never been represented in this; court of. the church as it should have' been. In the thirty-seven years of thai existence of the Presbyterian j since the union of 1S75, the general j assembly has met but four times west of Lake Superior. In thirty-two years out of thirty-six the meeting has been held in. the east. The result has been what have been anticipated. The gathering has been made up aJ- most wholly of ministers and elders from the eastern provinces. In 1910. at the meeting in Halifax, more thau half of the Presbyteries of Western Canada did not have a single minister or elder in attendance at the meeting. From tbc province of Saskatchewan there were three settled ministers and from the province of British Co- lumbia there was not one. Western Delegates Handicapped This was by no means dae to any indifference on the part of ministers in Western Canada. Every presbytery J in the west met aad ejected delegates! with due care. The appointments were j all made, but when the time came, thej At the convention of philanthropic i represeiltatives from the could' workers and orison officials held fford IQ make lhe Xfl j "Wa'shino-ton one of the most interest-1 is pSeS was that given ot ai ,the bvV'mna Desewffv, of St. Petersburg, time provided for by the churcu, .Miss Desewffv's paper is given here the exception of entertainment at rhe! in full as its application to conditional place, of meeting. AH railway, et.e., fall over the world is so practical; isiust be paid by the minister oat of land were the suggestions carried out. )jlls OWn pocket .this in suite of the [juvenile vagabonds and crime would _le _s attending: ,o the busi- jbe reduced to the zero point in a Qf tlje Church, and thai he is paid very'short time-" very lott. salary to star. with. The ''Tr rprtain savs AJiss J.L ia VGI iu.iu, ministers in the east are not i "that most juvenile criminals taue "1 their first step 'toward crime by j to face the long rail war journey, with vagabond ways rather than by incidental expense, with the result donment. One reason that they fall that while only a small percentage of into such ways is that the school hous- the ministers of the prairie !5 _ es are 'so far from home that -they their annual sphering, 00 per cent, of' ji are led astray by bad companions. eas_ern men are H'ble to do JUVENILE TO-NIGHT To the Beautiful and Picturesque W s British Columbia If you are interested in a nice Kome, mild climate, hunting, fishing, "boating or mountain climbing, as well as a life income do not fail-to look into our splendid offer for an orchard-tract within reach of everyone. Call at our offices or phone for full pardcti- lars. Investigate the Fruit Land proposition, whether you buy from us or not. To all purchasers, of their expenses on this trip will be applied towards the purchase price of their land. pretentious school Jess buildmgs-imh western iavmau fata vigorous hold jtervals. The cottage r-ystem has been meeting, and compel the. found best for many institutions, why .church to take action, so that the west; 'not for If tne question the east would both fully rep-, studied I feel, sure that the i resented at the meeting in 1912. .A! I extra expense for raving small schools 'singular feature of this improvemeent! j scattered among the people would not in the. facl. that, although it' be so great c.b the expense entailed _bas Eot it -commands j on the state by ..'_'.: of the v .bonds and who, as the re- suit of having co go io schools so iar from home, are subjected to temptations such ;is truancy, pilfenag from wayside sr.a'is -iuv.1 later inking jtlie support of ]post of the -conserva- jtive financial' denomina- jtion, increases of Salaries Another matter will be press- Limited P. O.-SOX 679 TELEPHONE 1212 LetKbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge, Alta. WARD MEETS COOL RECEPTION AGAIN London, rvia.vr Zi. L'nc made at the Imperial Conference by Sir Joseph Ward, premier of New Zealand, that the colonial office should be' re-organized did not meet much favbriiU. Hon. Lewis things of more. Y-JUUC To the ex- most vigorously on the attention ol'j pense of caring- for them juvc'i.'lo 'thQ assembly this year, and in which criminals should also be "deled Of rhe church is scme-j are rinued deeply interested, is a proposal! 'to increase lo a'considerable extent] the salaries said to ministers and stu- Harcourt, the colonial secretary, sub- mitted to the conference the changes the government proposed 10 make in- stituting a stand ng committee of the conference, which would be advisory but not" executive.....'., ol the empire dcsir ,_ sically as as nioiiHiv. ed. He saw serious difficulty in A.t0ll-jer prevention wouM be moral working out the plan of organizing a instruction in schools. At standino- committee. It would make' there is too much striving to who are in charge of the mis- i fnr in'o-h nnk a..-, too artfn- 'sion fields in summer recesses, the status 01 the high commissioners es Ior ranK- aua mue auten uwua _ naicl to' tmmg the child for the .This subject was recently consiaeietl still more delicate. Qf ]ife> Tllev a spedaj ,neelhli; of a large corn- Morns, premier ot Xewioundland, denomination in tht: schools in industrial centres to ward iftiU'-re will be most disastrous. I off idleness the tendency to ai vagabond life. t sort of thing. At nny rate he was hrnr good looking young very man- ly and decidedly a favorite with the customers who went to the store. HEARST ON RACE FOR PRESIDENT CIRCUS ELEPHANT ON THE KAMPAGE Tore M.TTS Up K. Champ Clark Strong, but Woodrow I Wilson and Judson Harmon j Are Both Good Men N'ew York. May nnd Mrs. William Bandoiylie Hearst sailed for c Kurope today. Asked at the steamship j in" i, pier who he thought the democratic candidate for woti.d be, 3fr. Hearst said: "I think Chnmp Clark iias Sicloiesa b usu caused by the accu- mulation of waste and Impurities within the body- Dr. and amonest ihe folk -vvVns f s and boulevards lul '..he. luipc beast, sf- ji v-min. JIHS Iho town, struck off such good work in the House of Repre-1 thrown coimtrv. linocWns down, .sentatives and is so largely respou- fences rrci other obstacles in its way. sible for the democratic success mired in a swamp he is very conspicuous for 1912." Of town and sank Mr. Hearts said Governor XVilson and in the mnsl inuil rescued anu Governor Harmon were boUijzood men. j were needed to bring i it back to c.JiTifi. Root Pills, "Would you run replied Mr. Hearst, and added: Phone 102 novor trtii i T -i i which damage to U'ire Fftrice Co- af-j President- Tart wns the logical an in :hs Pait11- didate Ior the .Mr, .trapped employees. They escape-1 I Hearst. ib.v enable the bowels, ti kidneys., the lungs and the pores of the ekia to throw off impurities. Thus they prevent or cure j "In fall of that year I went into and Tweed's store, as a (iress- j maker, ns J was good at that, and j Tommy was there as a clerk, having been given a better position. Here he was considered the best clerk in. town, and many people vent to the store because he was such a clever man to wait, on seemed to know just what different people want- ed. I "Young Robertson was a regular at- jter.dant at the Presbyterian church in j which Rev. Dr. Morrow was the min- ister, and sang in the choir. He was that kind of a boy. I am not sure j whether he sang tenor or bass, but I ifa.ncy that, he sang f.enor. Anyway jho was the life of the choir, and very j popular v.-ith thr- girls; he paid no particular attention to an.v special girl bin. was nire to them all. and at differ- ent tea socials, and parties he was the first, invited, ns he was Could Not Walk TenT. Yards Without Resting, WEAK HEART WAS IKE CAUSE. _ Mrs. Robinson Coiktte, RocersviJIe. N.B., writes: "I am now enjoyine "the best of afraid to draw a long breath for the p-.in would cause me. I couid not sleep at and it was impossible for to walk ten yards without resting sr.-sclf 1' cannot speak toe highly of your Heart and Nerve Pills, for they "are the grci test pill I have ever used ?.nd I can recom- rsend them to a 15 sufferers." Thousands or" people go about their daily work on the verge of dcaio and vet do not know it. Little is paid to the slight weakness of the heart for reason that or.c thinks it will reason tat or.c tns it will rijhtseh" a clever boy in csmpany. I knew but there is where the mistake is made.' ease. 25c, a a dozen girls of that time, thet would no dream of going to a social, if Tom- my Robertson vvac not t.n be there. That was the- first Ifoiiig they askeri, Tommy Robertson If he ,-was they would rome. If he had not, nskcd thpy would not go io ;he pr.rty. j ".lupr. abor.t this tirer I ranr-' i ried and Tommy drifted into playing j 'tool and smoking1 c'igarettes and same- is only when a vjoicnt shock comes that the weakness of the heart becomes apparent. On the fivst sign of any weakness of the iie.irt or r.crvcs. flagging energy cr physical breakdown, the use of Miiburn'a Heart and Nerve Pills vriJ( noon produce a cjuickar.d jjermar.entcure. Price 50 cents per bpy, or 3 for Sr.25. at r.ll dealers or mailed direct on rcceiot of price bv The T. iliiburn Co., Utnited. Toronto, Got. ;