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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbuidgc Daily Herald, Saturday. May 20c ON On May 31st we close our first year's successful business in Lethbridge. On June 1st we will hold our first annual stocktaking. Before the inventory sheets come from the office we want to sell the greater part of China and Toilet Sets. You will therefore save 20 per cent BIG Now is the time to stock up your China closet. The stock is known to be new, large and well selected. It is the largest in the city. The goods are of the best quality and latest designs r 3 DAYS ONLY MKILLOP CO. POSTMASTER'S FAILING. General French was presented with a silver trowel as a memo. To-night he reviewed the loth Royal Regiment and the Olst Canadian. Highlanders in the Armory. The former were 512 strong, and the latter 403. Ford St. Beside Fire Hall Phone 1181 Kegina, Sask.. May, find the accused not guilty on all counts. but consider that the Post office De- 'i partment are deserving of severe cen-l sure for allowing an office to be run in such a manner as the Kelliher post office." The above verdict was returned to- day by the jury in the Supreme.Court in the case, of the King vs. Lawler, in which.! Mr. Lawler was charged with misappropriating handed him by a farmer named Julian Carrion to be transmitted by registered mail to the American-Abeu Co. Lawler was not postmaster, but the evidence showed that in the Kelliher post office any one and every one handled the mail who happened to be was ashed for The church year On the occasion of the Laymen's .Missionary movement campaign last Wesley church, with the other churches of the city, aimed at raising Suggestive Questions on the SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON By Rev. D. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club. May 29, 1910. The Multitudes Fed. Matt. Golden Text Jesus said unto them I am the bread of life. John per member. Placing its resi- Verse had Jesus recired dent membership at 250 the church i into .rhis desert place? around. TRAIN SOLDIERS TO FIGHT AT NIGHT. Aovice of General French When Un- veiling Monument at Stoney Creek. DROWNED IN RIVER. Creston. B. C., May has Hamilton, May French this afternoon went to the battlefield or Stoney Creek, where he laid the J corner stone of a monument to be reached here to-day of the fatal drown by the Women's Wont-worth has Just closed and the total amount of missionary money paid jn was or an average per member of Of course during the year the mem- Why are occasions of retirement, or solitude good for the soul? What does the voice of history say in answer -to the .question, whether a man with a message from God is'al- What would be the probable effect upon the progress and well-being of the world, if God were to make per- manent the method of .miracles? (This question must be answered in writing by members of the club.) Verses did Jesus feed this multitude miraculously? What was its effect then, and what has it been since? How does God, in these as effectually feed the people as he did in that day through this miracle? Lesson for Sunday, June o, Jesus walks on the Sea. .Matt, xiv: 22-W. lumber from a little .acorn, which vould appear the more wonderful ev- ent and why? Chap xv: Jesus to-day ost any of Sis compassion for the sick and suffering, and if not how'do account for the fact that he does not miraculously cure them of their ailments as in that day? bership has increased, being now sis ways sought after by the multitude? or about 300 resident members. Verse is .the master pas- The church's annual report showsjsif'n of a great and good-man? good progress in other departments! Would Jesus have had the same as well as in membership and :uis-j compassion on this multitude if he sions. The total amount of a good man, and not raised for all purposes was Why? feature of the report is that during Verse Were thesedisciples too the year the pastor. Rev. T. r. officious, or did they do perfectly right ing at Forthill, Idaho, last' evening of i Historical Society, in memory of the Frank- Ftirniss. With oiher young soldiers who fell in the war of 1812. men he went in swimming in the Koo-j Ue said: "The lessons we learn, be- tenay Flats af Fofthill, but.' separated (sides .the great national lessons, from conducted 12 baptisms, (IS marriages and L'o funerals. from the rest of the party and got In- to swift water. Although a good swimmer, it is thought that he lost his presence of mind. this encounter, should be to train sol- diers to work at night, for next to shooting that is the most essential thing in war to-day." to remind Jesus of his apparent duty and why? What is the use of reminding God Guelph will likely subscribe for kind Father, of what he alreadj OUO stock in the People's Railway. j knows we need? St. -lames' parish. Dundas, has re- you can. give some examples o ceived permission to rectory for funds to church. mortgage improve Allow us to inform you that we can solve the house cleaning problem for you. In the first place if you call you will be delighted with our assortment of wall papers which is the largest in the city. It includes imported Eng- lish goods and the output of the best- Canadian and Ameri- can Houses. The price is right. We also have over a ton of Genuine English .White Lead in stock. Then twenty experience enables us to guarantee satisfaction and do the best work in paper hanging, painting, decorat- ing etc. Ask those for whom we have worked as to the O" quality of our work. Phone Wellington Bros. 67 Cutbill St. 1 Us God doing for us. or others, what w< the J have the power to do for ourselves? Verses your reason for, or against, the belief that if wej-4. use the poxvers we have, or may ac- quire, we shall never lack the ability, nor the opportunity, of doing all God wishes us to do? What is the benefit to be derived from bringing all our property, and all our powers; and laying them at the feet of Jesus? Verse what order did Jesus Hoe MAN KILLED IN IRISH RIOTS. Dublin, May man was; killed by the police in a terrific political riot at New- market. County Cork, yester- day. Opposition factions clashed and for more than an hour a pitched battle raged in the streets and houses. Forty of the .Mounted Constabulary were unable to chefk the.dis- order, and finally were obliged to fire into the mob. At the first volley, a man named He- gan fell dead: several others were injured. EING TRIED FOR SHOOTING HIMSELF Philip Hoode, the young Warner i who attempted to shoot himself t that place three weeks ago was ischarged from the Gait hospital yes- erday, alter having the bullet ex- racted from his body. He had preliminary hearing at the Police arracks yesterday afternoon, charged vith attempting to committ IS ARCHBISHOP OF VANCOUVER Installation of the Most Rev. McNeil Into Office Neil Vancouver, li. C.. -May pressive and elaborate ceremonies marked the installation 'this morning of the Most Rev. Neil McNeil, for- merly bishop of. Newfoundland as arch- bishop of this diocese. AH the local. Westminster and Victoria Catholic clergy attended the ceremony. The oath of office was read by Bishop MacDonald of v .ctoria. One EngJr.c Drawing Eleven Ten Foot Discs at Once "Tlirougnout several wheat sections of the western states considerable Saturday Specials Show Rooms Street Easy Chairs and Rockers We Have Just Unpacked a -Lai-are Assortment C7 Suitable for- Parlor or Den or Living Room in all Styles of Finish and Upholstering EASY Golden Oak finish., spring scat and hack, upholstered in green figured vcrona. Reular S4.L65. now have the multitude sit down? ___ Mark largo scale farming may be seen, but What are some of the most marvelous sight that I have that God does nothing without exact ever said Geo. T. Larson, system and perfect order, and that we should follow the pattern he thus sets? What is the benefit, of. asking a blessing on our food when we eat? Is it, or not. the duty of a Christ- ian when eating, at an hotel, for ex- ample, to give rh'anks to God so that those sitting with him can observe jthe act? EASY. finish, same as above, upholstered in the host of English leather-'in dark green color. Regular S46.25, -now EASY Oak finish, scat and back, upholstered in red rnised velours. Rcinilnr now President of the Atlantic-Pacific Land Syndicate, "which occurred on the latgc six-section "Syndicate farm" lo- cated a few miles southeast of Tr.bcr. that our company disposed of in the fall of 1907 to New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania parties who have organizeti an operating company and are farming the entire tract under the management of 0. L. Penfield, of Verse God feeds -a man, either with spiritual or physical food what is the effect upon the man? we heard both stories for the first time of feeding five thousand men beside women and children, on five loaves and two fishes and of getting ten thousand feet of) N. Y., and Smith Fenton, of Andes. N. Y., was a 35-horsc power traction engine drawing eleven new ten-foot discs, cutting a mammoth double swath 60 feet in width, and doing ex- cellent xvork. This instance shows the possibilities of greater results where the equipment is equivalent to EASY Same as above, only uphol- stered in the best English leather, in dark green color. Regular 348.85. now EASY finislu high back, upholstered in the best Frcncli raised velours. Regular now EASY Enrl y English finish, same as above with the upholstering in the best Spanish leather. Regular now IXSPECTIOX COSTS YOU .NOTHING Uhe force at a no greater cost." ;