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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November THE LETHBJRIDbE DAILY HERALD Remnants Bay Co; 500 short ends to be sold at half-price on Tucseay of Flannel- ettes, Sheeting, Towelling, Shining. Dreis Goods, Ribbons. Lace, Prints. Sateens. Cretolnnes, etc. Theie ends must be sold in order to etaan up our stock and make room for ;Xmas goods. Tuesday morning, 9 o'clock sharp. Dry Goods section, main floor. Horrie FurnisE ers is. We wisk to draw your.special attention to our unequalled display of Bedroom Furni- ture of All and; iii All Styles 1 springs and mattresses, dressers and stands, bedroom chairs and rockeri and our spedaily good line of bedroom numerous to describe Out-selectioff is the best and our prices: are: which are two strong reasons to favor us with your these ON RELIGION APJCIENCE Archbishop of York on a Truce oi Great Mystery The relations1'between Religion and Science formed the subject of a ser- mon preached by the Archbishop of York1 before the members of the Brit- ish Association in the parish church at Sheffield recently. Taking.for his text "Wisdom in all ages entering into holy making j them friends, of Dr. Cosmo said that the middle of the nineteenth century was marked by the const-ant ca'Iision of scientists and theologians, and a warfare of words -between scientists who had a taste for''1' literature and theologians -vho had a vigilant but suspicious interest jr. science. i But of late years there had been a striking change. The best men on either side were conscious that -there was a call for truce, a truce of God, a ..time to adjust misunderstandings, i to retreat from rash and hasty claims, 'to think-out their own posi- tions more and to understand the .positions of those who seemed to differ: from them with greater sym- _ On. the. other hand, Science seemed j to have become-aware of its neces- limitations. It was more con-; scious; than it had been of the gaps still unbridged, of the mysteries still unexplained. It 'had to a stage in "which it was--rather occupied, with patienpe: and "faith, 'in testing its owii hypotheses thanJ proclaiming, that they gave a full an-d final explanation Page 9 The special oven features of the "Happy Thought" win the grateful appreciation of every ambitious housewife. Every knows that good cooking depends largely upon the etove. That without- its efficient aid results will al- ways be .more or less doubtful. And this, despite the fact that the work preparation, in- proportion- ingredients, may "be done as 'carefully as possible. As it always has and always flat plates; that is the inside or the oven, top, bottom and sides. are flat All the heat, that enters the oven la emitted through these -plates. ITell, af- ter experimenting for a while found- that plates with pro- jections -would emit much more heat than flat surfaces. This led to the patenting: and applying- -to the HAPPY the flat surface and allow-the air -to circulate under it, 'Whicft adds materially to your ability to do fine work. Another important'oven fea- of, the KLAiPPY-THOUGHT is the Oven Ventilator, by -means of the oven is eontinu-' ously supplied with fresh hot air ana is kept clean, sweet and HAPPY THOUGHT! have direct bearing- on re- sults, let us take up the question of the "oven as it- is found in the HAPPY THOUGHT. No bthec range on the mar- Ivet to-day has the -exclusive oven features embodied in -this range. ;-Jn 'ordinary ranges, as you know, the oven is made of plain THOUOHT of ;-our 'Pyramidal Plates, the im- provement adcted to ranges in .years. These plates have shaped projections which add, careful measurement, ihore than one-third to the heating capacity of the oven. :Then, too, they raise the 'cookteg vessel off Visit the 'local THOUGHT'asreht and'have him demonstrate the various 'advanr- 'of -the. HAPPY' THOUGHT for 'your- benefit, 'Meanwhile. write. us for your -copy of our illustrated 'booklet, which tells you in detail in perfectly under-, istandab-le lang-uagre all about the HAPPY, THOUGHT. The William Buck Stoye Companyr Limited, -Brentford. GEO, of man and tings'- Science was more impressed by the of ths A great ..port ion of it was manifest-.! ly inspired. Inspiration was a real-.' it-y, though.- its definition" was 'at present but whatever it meant it did n0t mean- infallibility. In the Old Testament, we had the history and.- literature ..of the race from which mystery which still was to be born. Some of mate' causes and 'constituents of the i tliei'r- conceptions of .the Deity in-the material, world and the origin Or "Locy cJhiluisn in tlifi stood There of science and-.a The..way., to--understand these books .was _to place ourselves in and 'with this sen'se of mystery there always came sense oi reverence and of worship. Material- ism- or- a self-sufficing! Jbiu- 9L- a sen-sutncmg i v iu theory of the universe, might surely the; time in which they iimv-ho HpQf.Hhp.rt-of DV i were 'composed.- "The whole parable -u'e of the creation to_ his mind was quite which liunily 'recognized' consistent >with evolutionary science, the limits of scientiiie knowledge, had iIn literature there was a taken the place of that false "Agnos now-be as discredited the best 'minds. A trut the limits of scientiiie knowledge had iIn the Hebrew literature there was a taken the plabe of that false "Agnos- revelation as ticism which1 declared dogmatically i the: race .could receive it. If that-beyond those- limits there WE.S we were to apprehend God at all it must be through some anthropological idea..'There must be some form of in- carnation.- COST .OF LIVING HITS REPIBLICAN "i'ariff and Roosevelt Are i he Msiiii Issueij in New, York Xew York, Nov. to purse like in former years. Their great MILLIONAIRE HOBO trouble in this regard' comes _frorr, the fact that Roosevelt's cpnnection, with the campaign has alie'riateU the" very men who in other have made the large contributions. j High Eiving''1 j Prom -reports from the' Herald's cor I respondents, it is apparent that Col- pnal Roosevelt is still the principal issue in the camp'aigu, although it is evident thai; the high .cost..of "living is ADVOCATES BATHS Creates Sensation in Best Circles of Trampa'om by Anarchistic Teachings Chicago, Nov. of the old- est .traditions of tered last night by James Eads Howe, W'lv.vuv LliU -UUOU io ._ working beneath the. surface, and is mc JVj-llllonaire and national gradually coming ,to the" surface. Tha I of the Brotherhood Welfare opinion prevails many, persons (association. in an address before the Herald, which is anti-Roosevelt, seen by_ the Herald.' both "in.'and out'members of the local branch lie ad- 'vocates shower baths, fumigation, 'the Republicans 'in their fight for con- .rol oi No. sute are harassed on all and sorely beset by lack ed. Politics, that after all, is the They cite- the results of the elec- f WUHj (JAv-W" of tunds. -'County chairmen in some tions in New Hampshire and Maine State bluntly j Evidence that the .high cost of living to oe nourisning told that the poverty oi the State is being considered is found St. Louis Kansas City Cincinnati Comimttfin ma.kps it npfpssnrv fnr t.liP ,n _ -LJUU10' Cincinnati, work for the unemployed and "cush- ionfe" to ride on. National Organiser Howe reported the association to be flourishing that-beyond those- limits there nothing that' could be known. -On-'the equally, come to jrecognise its own limitations. .by its best _ minds, it saw that''its claim to'find I! in., a personal God the ultimate au- til things gave it "I ho right "to the nieth ods of His" working world. Above -all, it had learned to reconsid- er its own conception of God, and to.look upon Him not as standing nature and asserting His power' by occasional arbitrary inter- ference with the laws He had ordain- ed, iut as dwelling .within it, reveal- ing Himself through it, over all, yet in all and through all, working out His will. Religion and theology pro- claimed alike that He, and no' mere blind the Worker, but it was for science to sHye tidings of the way in which He. worked. The' cause-of thtr'old conflict was j .e mistaken desire; for ie way .of escape wa _, this deeper desire for But a new danger would arise r- ._.. ---_ _ ilO k.C.J.-CJLUllJ' Committee makes it necessary for the in manufacturing' .centres, and county committees to raise their, own the-multitudes who dwell in the tcne- SHIPMENT OF SHEEP WAX OIL Gives a mirror surface. to floors and .furniture. -Easuy applied, suit- able for hard or. soft-woods. "Removes dirt instantly, Give it a trial, ______ FOR SALE v'- MADE THE CARBON OIL _; WORKS, Cow! Brand Barn Spray, Vermin .Deatii, Poultry Peace a great number of Rinch Remedies EXPOSING BIG-MINE-FRAUD company; that: Theo- dore' S. .Henderson, vice president of Sensational Allegations as -to Opera-, the 'After Thought company, in selling tions .of Concern-- j stock for the Great ;Western company collected commissions bf 50 per. !cent: ity. if we were rest satisfied with that the clanger of acquiescing in Badwater Lake Rancher Disposes of Large Herd Coleridge-, Nov. .expres- sions of regret arc heard in Cole- ridge over the resignation of S. .E. Pearsall.'the local C.P.R. agent here. j Mr. Pearsall- has been a very popular jicwer j official, always courteous a'nd oblig- ing to the public and the patrons of. St. Louis, Nov. detectives stood guard to protect witnesses whose lives to have been threatened because oi. their.- disclos- in the receivership suit against the After Thought Copper company and its parent The.Great Western Gold company, remarkable .allegations, were made -this afternoon -in the testimony before Special Commissioner Wright. The officers were present at the re- of the commissioners who hac! received intimation -chat an attempt would be made on-the. life of the, man lunds. This is something new for the ments of New York city. The de- Republicans. It is important also niands for literature "bearing on the because ample subject have overwhelmed the Demo- neu-ssary to get out- the rural Re- cratic County Committee, publican vote. There is no outright! purchasing of votes, but there ,are i thousands of Republicans who 'feel j SUED TO GET HIS DAUGHTER that for an entire day going! ______ to town they-should have anywhere' TW.-> j i t r j i Odd diilCliLw, t 47 irom to So, and it has from time- v immemorial 'been the custom of the ter time in _ disappointment time af- search which he has New York. He succeeded in securing a unanimous vote to the resolution to appoint a committee to confer with railroad presidents regarding the transportation in passenger coaches of hoboes en route to points where labor I is in demand. The committee was also empowered to start a movement toward a national free employment bureau. Republican 'State Committee to pro- vide these sums. Be it said to the made during the last' five years for credit of the farmer that in years his daughter, wlio was.abducted in this when the Republicans have been im- city in 1906 by his -divorced wife W ppvcrishpd he- has declined to vote ,E. formerly of "this a permanent division of faith knowledge, of leaving faith to the road'here.' He will be rr.uch miss- ed at Coleridge; We understand he is leaving the service of the companv the emotions and restricting knowledge to science, of allowing each to go its own way in peace, but'without inter- of turning respect for and returning to his home in Toronto. E. Gr. Corlett, the- new C.P.R. ag- ent arrived in town' on Tuesday even- the Democratic ticket and has stay- at home. -Republicans have little If. now living at Camino, Eldorado coun- hope of getting'together a campaign ;ly, a few days ago accidentally re- ceived information of the whereabouts of the child and arrived in this city with her last having recovered w j possession of her after a coughs, cores co.'ds, beals t-u Af o- throat and -lungs. 25 cents- lm tne courts Ot legal fight TREASURE 1N: OLD COUCH Elgin, ill.. bidding 15 cents on a dare for a rickety old couch at a family auction, and being proclaimed the buyer. George W. Bick- ering, of Wayne, to-day ripped off the ing, with his wife and child and guests at-the Hotel Coleridge for a few days, but are now .settled in the voluntary separ-; a-gcnt's residence at the station, instead or -into a true tn-end- G.J.Roddy, o.f Calgary, C.P.R. o f n auditor, spent several days in town Faramc oi L-reation this week auditing, the books Of the Addressing a meeting in the Victor- local office prior to their being taken Ml I O fkn VlT" rt r- 4 T. i I be in 'who is doing the talking." The chief witnesses were and that "his agents, were paid in bills containing-promises of "stock, which he would not honor without law suit, and that Great were fraudulent- ly sold." BOY KILLS LYNX WITH. 25. Fioyd Fisher of Culdesac Finds -Ani- mal in Canyon H. Forrester and George. O. Rogers, stock and bond -salesmen, and among their allegations were these: "That the Liberty group of mines in Shasta county, Gal., which were the basis of the Great Western Culucsae, Idaho, Nov. hunt- ing in Hoclc Creek canyon, Floyd' ITish- er saw what he thought was a, Thomas cat, and could not resist taking-a .shot at it. When the: animal arose "it prov- ed to be a young lynx... boy and lynx were in torn of canyon, and there was no escape, so the little 13-year-old lad shot four times and killed the animal- ia Hall, Sheffield, attended by many' over by the new. agent. members of the British Association, i stand everything; was "found to fair Oliver Lodge said that in connec- shape, tion with the Old Testament many difficulties and promoted a quite unnecessary scepticism. There" of scicoce and a truth of 'literature. They were not in Joseph A. Young, a rancher living north "of Bad Water Lake, shipped sheep from the stockyards in Coleridge this week. Tw'enty-three double-decked cars were required to conflict, but were parts'of a larger i carry the shipments, whole. Literature and poetry -jeed! not be historically true, but thev Fifteen ---i ijv'- UJ- UU t cover to find that it contained .coins j might be true to human'nature. Sci-. m. aisaop L, L-aDie s Cos to the amount of besides several cncetext-books would' be superseded, j other ranchers in the vicinity of Jewels and trinkets. He returned the property to Theodore Sayer, from wnom he bought the couch. hun- dred of them were consigned to P, Burns, Calgary. The balance went to M. Bishop, G. L. Cable, S. Cox and In- were- permanently nisfail for Breeding R. of Guelph, Ont., shipped Old Testament three cars of. fat cattle from Colc- f sts Less To Live in North Lethbridge Because The E. Trading Co., sell the Than Get Their Prices Special Rates to Hotels and Restaurants Prompt -Delivery to Any Part of City E. Westminster Road TRADING TO 1 Beside Union Bank Wholesale and Retail Hay and Grain, Groceries and Provisions buf-great poems true. In "this spirit the __ was to be interpreted and understood. J ridge to the j this week. _M_I._ _.M, a'nd'Mrs. A. Newell, whose son! A. has lately'undergone a serious operation at the hospital in Medicine Hat for concussion of the brain, have found it necessary to Coleridge and move to the Hat for convenience in caring for their son. Their many friends glad to know that he is progressing favorably towards re- covery. What might have' been a serious ac- cident occurred late on one of the dark nights of this week, when a couple o1" homesteaders lix-ing south of Pashley, in passing through Cole- ridge, carrying a good-sized jag jn_, side, and a keg of beer and several j bottles of Old Scotch in their rig, I were caught in the nrck ny a low-ly- ing wire clothesline, their rig upset and groceries scattered over the prai- rie. Although severely shaken up and cut about the neck and face they man aged to secure their horses and got shelter for the night, and were able to continue the trip to their home, steads in the morning. B. J. McCarroll and family have moved from the Cecil restaurant to the ranch of T- 51- Babington, a short distance from town. J. M. Calaghan, who was moved fiom here to Gull Lake some time ago, has returned to take up his old job in the yards at Coleridge. James Acheson has returned from Seward and been appointed section foreman in the yards here. f Removing Coal Grate r ts. You Can Change Grates For Coal or m a tools, without trouble. The coal grate slips out of a Sask-Alta Steel Range with ease and the wood grate slides in-as readily. The McGlary patented Duplex coal grates have short strong teeth that crush clinkers. They cannot ''stick." You can dump the ashes in one end of .the fire-box if half the fire goes out, because the twin "grates operate independently of each other. Inverted, they are used for burning wood temporarily. Sask-Alta means better baking and cooking results with less coal and less work. The nearest McClary agent will gladly show you why you'll be delighted with it, Write .the nearest McClary branch for the Sask-Alta booklet before you part with your range money, 62 Cure tl j quickly stops colds, heats y the throat uad lunds 23 cenf.s. Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, St. John, N.B., Hasailtoa, Calgary for Sale by Stafford-Hgnew Ca., lethMge ;