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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETliBRTDGB HERALD For the Modern Baby Bunting JttlLJvH Daddy doesa't go ou, to hunt for skins. fc to keep the baby warm. ;.He is less romantic but more practical.. He buys. a. and all during the cold'Fall- and Winter months his house is kept warm and cozy for his wife and babies before whom District Alter- THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANYJ-iinTted WINNIPEG ST fOHN MONTREAL TORONTO HALIFAX 108 Cheques Will be Distributed Among Canadian Farmers. Will You Get One of Them In addition to the twcnty-seven first prizes of ?50 each, there will be eighty-one other cash prizes, ranging from to Our 1912 PRIZE CONTEST FOR FARMERS Key to Herald Subscription Contest NOMINATION BLANK The Lethbridge-Herald PrizejEHstrihution Campaign 5000 Votes I des-iTe-tp-'make-the following nomination: .Address vnommaaon-Ig good for 5000 free votes. Only one nomination- accepted for eacb Kmdldata. oflpirsons making nomlDutions will not bo (ih'ulged. Reliable Information First Hand Such information can be had every week by reading THE FINANCIAL POST OF CANADA The Investors' Information Bureau through wlilrh formation can be had concerning any Cauadiafinvestien IJVe- .to subscribers. All correspondence is treated confidentially .Write ior a sample copy and further information coucoring The Financial Post of Canada "The Canadian Newspaper for Investors" F. G. HASSARD, Wsotopn Manager ?OV Dominion Tru.l Building.....REGINA, SA8K. We are specially organized and erniipped for the Administration of Estates and tor carrying out of trusts of every Koapnl In mission fields In all parts of the world, which is separate from money pa.lt! for the support, of nlnliir.v. Ho tloolnrud Ihat tho money liven for tbe support of the ministry cfjticj) tliriSmjjli Uthinj; Bj8t.wp, and, that last year tbe (ithes of the whole denomination reached over In speaking of (be progress that lias been made in tbe Western Can- adian union conference thus far this year. Elder Shaw stated that the members of this union gone be- yond iueir pledges on tbe 15 rents a week .fund. He declared thai the! amount pledged by his union for 1912 amounts to and that up to tbe beginning of October has already been received, lie declared that the mehibers of t-he faith will continue to push ahead to swell this fund as much as possible in order hat they will be able to help make ip the lack where some conferences u another field might fall short 'EELING PULSE OF THE WEST ISHOP INGHAM, FORMERLY 0 SIERRA LEONE, IS NOW IN' 'ALBERTA Edmonton, Nov. Ingham o[ London, Bug., who was stations at Sierra -Lobne. known as "the Whit i4'years, and has trnv eled widely In India, Japan and China IB iu Edmonton "to feel the_pulse the as hV expressed" It, aul sblvlhr'rhe problems of the Ariglibttn the frontier dls. trict. "We are not out here to show thi istern -people-what, to do or how to do the "Bishop said. arc as brothers to do :what. we can to give the church in Western Canada a leg tip.'1 Bishop Inshaiu is a veteran in the service of the church, though his ruddy face does not indicate ho pass- ed 14 years in what is probably the nost unhealthy spot for white men in .he British Ktnpire. He is and teenly alive to western conditions mid n his laetful way he should go a great of good. The Church Missionary Society is ie largest missionary organization in he Anglican church and probably the argast in the world. Much of the done by tus society Is Inter- voven with the history of the North- and the society is interested In eeing the further progress of this Send me particulars of your IS'12. Prize Contest. 'I his contest is along the lines as the. one which was so successful last year, except that there art- ilircc times as many prizes, and ihereforc ihrre times as many chances for each contestant to win. Even' farmer in Can- ada who uses "Canada" Cement is eligible to compete. The conditions arc such (hat and small users of cement have equal oppor- tunities to win a S50 The comut is ilividcd Into three i-lmrs, and tlierc lirst, st-cond iliinl and fourth S'i Iii addition to thus heing divided into classes, so as to give small users of cement an equal chance with those who use more the Contest is also divided into nine divisions one for each province. So you see you need only to compete with the tnher farmers of your own province, and not with those all over Canada. Don't think that hecauso you have, never never tisrd cement before, they cnlereil tlic Contest. We. you a frre boot, What ranner Can Do Will, Concrete thut u-ill not only help you in the. Co.iitr.it, but tell you evcry- I img you could want to about the. use or cement on tilt farm. Don't drUy. Lu: ir.ij t, J01.r namr itid aildrm lo-diy md tti tliis fret- linutini! lull rarticul tic Priic ri.-lii leHrr. of coupon. Addrell Publicitj- Minagor Canada Cement Company Limitac! 501 Herald Bidg. Montreil tree took, 'Wiatthefiinner will be sent to all details Save Work for the Housewife Uon't slop tin; work when the outside oi your house -ia the doors and lessen the labors ol the house- wife, A routrh, splintery floor is pyesore-a place tore-ernis and dirt to impossible to keep clean. Floor Paint anpJicd by ttic licrself It sinks Into the wood, up the cracks, .1 li.ird. smooili surface tliat is kepi clMn and Military with very little work. -Such .1 door f3 a las tin K saiisf.iaion.it brifititeiifl the hiiuse. The la returned in tlift Irmttcr life the paint A A Sllit illdi' I Sold lending dealers. Write trxlap for free book of t isscti. G.F.STEPHENS PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS WINNIPCC.CANADA BKiMKrt AT r Hardware country. Mr. Pritcbard. graudrutlter of the preeeui nrchbisliop or Rupert's Laud, was the lirsl missionary of the Clittrcli -Jlissionary Society to come to'the west, atid oil his arrival til Fart Garry in 1S20 ihe Hudson's Bay com- pany guve.hliu a grant of laud norll of the present i-ii.y of W-inuipeg and on which the cathedral which Is to be. stands. The company also granted some Inud oti the banks of the Red river, laud now occupied .by Ihe Bishop's Court. Other latitl has -been sold and forms the endowment for tlie church in Winnipeg. is the -beat organized iliocese in the bishop said. "Many. have grown out of the Work of Bishop Anderson, and Arehdeacon .Mcftue, these Including Moosomin, Athabasca, Yukon, IMc- Keuzie river and Caledonia, on the other sidft of the llockies. The Church Missionary Society; also recpguizcs that Oie S. P. G. and the Continental Church Missionary Society as- sisted largely hi the development of the work out here. There is further, ihe "Archbishop's Western Canada fund, which is represented in .Kdmou- ton. U'esteril Canada amazes me with is vast spaces and great labor prob- em, and its tremendous opportunities ion- waiting, hut soon to he y grasped ttntl made use of. If I vere. livjng here permanently I should injraelf terribly-tempted to thitlk- f nothing- but. dollars and acres, but here is something else to be consid- red, and I hope that somp words I lay speak may help to realize that, s they set God's kingdom Ural, all hese necessary conditions in a new and growing country will most assur- edly be met. "It is all very well talk about tbe British the' bishop con- tinued, "but unless there is in .it the spirit that created the cradle of the Empire Great Britain, there will be no true unification, no true pro- gress. don't come out here to tell you "ft-ha-c lo do or to put you right, ibut we do come out here to make all our feliow church folk, and others who care to hear us, that we are heartily with them in the dee-pest sympathy, for we know they are on tile frontier of the. empire and are up against tremendously interesting, but difficult problems." The Archbishop of Canterbury and tho Bishop of f.omlon, Bishop Ingham saJd, gave Uiem a w.v helpful send-on at Westminster Abbey jns-t before they left Ihe Archbishop remarking what might not have happened If the :oundations or the work in the wont tad been laid four hundred years ago the timbers 'of Av'eslmlnfiter Ali- jey were still new. While, something iatl been done they wanted to do far uore. CAMPAIGNING FOR CONSERVATIVE POLICY [soon (let. here last II. C. mass meet ing lie! under the auspices of the Navy gue, the' following 'resolution was ried unanimously. "He.it fpsulvetl that this -meeting is of opinion that it is the duty, inter- est and wish of Canada to meet tho present imperial emergency by a prompt, adequate and unconditional nnas uic House o gift to the empire of battleships or a dissenting vote. followed is may be possible hv a pcrma- jiieiit policy which will assure lo our j Dominion representation worthy of j her dignity in Hie defence of the em- pire." Among the sneakers were Sir-Rich- ard McBride, Capt. Olive, Phillips TVollcy, ar.il the Bishop of Columbia. The premier gave it as hii opinion that 81r. llonlen would bring down such a naval policy that- il would pass tbe House of Commons wiMioHfc' THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables one of these boxes N "OR FtTOTJIER 1NKOBMATION ArTLY TO Lethbridge Branch C. Nourse. OF CANADA T.hero ifl no legal rato of interest on lorrowod trouble. irp Cllilil. Fid Save Systematically Haphazard, occasional saving seldom accom- plishes much. It's the steady, persistent, rcgtilnr depositing of so many dollars or mouth, or season, in the Union Hank of Canada, which makes one financially independent. The liioney acciinull.-ttes all the more rapidly, too, Iwi-ause of the. Interest which is added every six months. Try I LETHBRIDGE'BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH 6. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KIND, Act'g. Msnagcr BRANCH, f Tfcrwdiiectlle. St. E.C. M. C. DABT SMITn, To Rent IN THE SHERLOCK FIRE PROOF BUILDING A store or grouna floor olBco, Iminedlnto iiOijseBslon. Also offlces doors. on the Routals from len (10) dollars upwards per mouth. Safely deposit drawers and vaults; all sizes and prices. Jauiloring free. R. E. SHERLOCK, Office 101 A, Sherlock Blk. Phone 487. INCORPORATED 1865 Kccoi-d of Pi-ogress for Five 1906 1911 In Canada, and Aa.nt. and.O.rrMpond.nt, In .11 the Cltlei In the World. QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED' SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at all branches. !nterc.t .Mowed cumnt rale Lethbridffe Branch. K.D Johnson, Manager Deposes Jioans Investments Total Assets ;