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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta T THE LKTHlUUDfiE DAH.Y TTEKATJ) Thursday. Xovcinhci- 21, Mr. Edison has Invented a New CYLINDER RECORD It is Called THE BLUE AMBEROL Come in and Hear it J THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. 24O-13th St. North Phone 445 North Lethbridge vill deal with us- jit'ierwarcls, Phone your wanis and we pleased to deliver. 242-1 St. N. ll lie very Phone 1-173 -THE- Furnitur Begs to aimounco In; i? moving to his duriim; tlic next few thivs nnd ruiluT vluui move somo nl his stock, is prepared to make a great sacrifice. If you are needing anything in the furnishing line, it will eerlainly pay you TO come and look our sioek over bc- loiv Xorlh I'hdiie 102.-J THE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT. BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes POR niHTJ-TER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C, G, K, Hoarse, is aolus 10 lie a greai help to Noril] Lelhliridse. as i! will the moans uf eoimeetint; llu> No. mine to Ihi.s are very pleased in thai Mrs. C. il. Olumior is now to l.e again a littU1. Tin- poison who asked Mr. Keel ill Tuesday's meeting it he wus :t subject. no! feel so comfort- able after bearing-.Mr. Kofi's answer. Surely ;his cit-t-uoii ran be fought quotums o! that sort. For siurh ijut'stitms tu put by any iu- nerrun is alisitrd, r.s any per- son knows HP one'would seek political bono After hearing Alderman AViUmnt- son's explanation rt-surdinjr the sale of the North Leih-} Taking the whole of Ihe north of track, ruu-payeis cannot but help feel they haw been favored with a fiiir share of iinprovt'uu'iitri during the reign of ihe prc-sent I'omu'il. Dr. Thompson looks like making a firs; rate trustee for ihe School Hoard. Judging? by the way Mr. Keel's speech way received by the ratepay- he seemed to have impressed them. It is men of Mr. Reel's calibre thai are needed on ihe Council. Tbe plasterers are at work in the new Lee block, l.ee Wong, the proprietor, is going to mit a first class restaurant in the place, and so be able to take care of all the north meal trade. Morden Bennett have just unload.I ed a car of Montana apples. Bishop Hamilton Addressed An- glican Mass Meeting on Conditions in Flowery Kingdom. Bishop Hamilton, the first Canadian bishop to Japan, addressed a mast meeting of the three Anglican churches in St. Cyprian's Church last Auions other things Use Bishop said: "The work of the Christian church' is not to bring civilization to Japan. Japan is already civilized, and, be- cause only of late years is she adopt- ing some of ihe things of western civ- ilization'.'is no reason for saying'-she is uncivilized. Western. civilization is not, the only civilization in the world. Japan "had lajv 'and education hundreds of years 'ngp: "Their houses are of w'ood, with ver-v little are neat and'' aesthetically ...beautiful. wiih their malted floors ceil- a boat comes unload nr.ieli civilized n, it. dues not food, as we Say People It's time to instal The cold weather is surely coming Wo have tlinlf will Ijc noodod (o keep your honso iMitl iliis L-oniiiig winter. have a soloolioji of Keaiors ihat will not: look out of place in your room or parlor and our prices arc right. also carry Stove Pipes and Repair parl-s, also a full line of ranges .IT you need any I lie. above, come and look over our stock before buying C G. OLANDER THE HAKDWAKK MAN PHONE 1223 St. North. pie. In the diocese of mid-Japan tliere ;ire one thousand- Christians belong- ing to the Anglican Church. here in Canada, have taken tbe re- sponsibility of the work there. We have eight Canadian clergy, and sev- en unmarried lady workers. a grand tiling: it would be if all Christians were workers, both) at and iu .lapau. Your prayers are needed in this behalf. Christian- ity is in Japan to stay, and, if all the missionaries were 'withdrawn, it would still spread, tit rough the work of, the native Christians. The missionaries work among all classes, with the ccptlou of ihe Imperial family, with 'whom they have not come into con- tact as yet. "God is asking.- for gifts, prayers and service from the Canadian Church. We need tliree more clergy, and eight unmarried lady Bishop HaniiHon -related vividly i Dumber of in.cUh.UU3 in connection 'with individual conversions to Christ- iSanity, which- strongly t the power Christianity is wieldin over the lives of the Japanese. INTERURBAN WILL NOT BE ir. But rice ;md chop sticks and flowing roues are uoi uncivilized. Jn its teifpbones, telP2rapbs; electric light's, eledric railways, el- ectric power plants, and a railway cov- eTinsr five thousand" miles. Von can travel from England to '-lapan in steamers built, owned and manned by the Japanese. "Japan's postal, legal and educa- tional service are as gocd as those of western It Has large fac- tories for UK: manufacture of cotton, jdlks. matches, clocks, nmbrfHtis, and Japa-ti provides not only for iier own needs in some of these lines, hut sup- plies 'he east wiih some of. niiitni- faciured artiules. Her silks, china- ware and eintn-oideries go to many pans of the world. esiatt: i-iK-reiises in value there. Jn one of the larger ci-mrns IOL that we- paid for ti number veai'g ato. we now have on the; mar- ket for' ST..000. "-Military prowi'ei-s is not usually believed io be a mark of civilization, and ye i, although Japan lias ueen .MV for s-o many yijars, she not reaiiy i'fc.oiinizcd as a nation nnlil he had defeated Russia, 'Christianity is hi practice, it is net found in non-Christian nationr 1 ul i HI i homes hospi tills, Icpri- liomc-F, asylunis. cic., ure ir.inierons. Thr-y :tre still in the til Christians though often built and i -iiippoiIP I 1 J n uus not ei l "Our niission is to our Christ-j ianiiy iisoli'. and not JUST ihe products 01 Christianity, all know that Christianity Id tlie ln-st thing the world lias or can liitV1, and H is our duty to forint? ft there. Religions "Japan is now an irreligious na- tion. The are up Und- tliiisiiK and SliiniuiHin, and a grwn many or them have now no rf-ligjon ;ill. Consequently the nation is not. its morally, as it' was. 'fifty Mtur.-i TlKri'e -is trtiiuendo'us iin- the chief'of 'whlcii .to. llio mind was 'the 'jifcit- j tins Jinainst. lit'e.' of the Imperial] fnmily. Sunm of Hie. ministers state arc now rcalixiug thjit religion Is neceKHary. and recently ciillwl to- Knthtir tho leaders of different re- ligions, the Clnistfiin, nnd asked for the it- help in accomplishing a moral uplift. "Christianity is roeonnUed. so that open doors are Mii-re for minKionary effort to iii'oclalm the (.lospel of ChvUl. I'Voin Ihe Japan Sea to (lie PL'-cUic OcuiUi ;iru iico-l Calgary. Nov. J. C. Zin'ck. chief engineer pf .ihe Alberta iTuerur- ban Railway, said on Wednesday when asked as lo the non-representa- tion of the railway before lion. Frank Coohrane in Ottawa, 011 Tuesday, at j a route map hearing, when the ap- plication of the railway came for the sanctioning of the Calgary-Co- clirane line, that he did not know why the Ottawa representative of the railway was not there, but. that tlie delay would do sio harm. It would go through in plenty of time, he said. Freed From Bearing Down Paina, Backache and Pain in Side by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Compound. Toronto.Ont October, 1 wroU to you for advice us I was completely run ii, had bearing down sensation in the lower part of bow- els, backache, and pain in the side. I iilso suffered terribly from "gas. I took Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com pound ant] am now entirely free from pain in back and bowels and urn strongeriri every way. I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound highly to all expectant moth- E. WANDBY, 92 Logan Ave- nue, Toronto, Ontario. Consider This Advice. No woma.ii suffering from any form of female troubles should lo.se hope until she has given Lydm E. Pinkham's Veg- etable. Compound a fair trial. This famous riMiiedyythfi medicinal inT gradients of which are derived from na- tive roots and herbs, has for nearly.forty years provpd to he a most valuable tonic mill invigor.itor of the female organism. Women residing in ulmo.it every city and town in the United States bear willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia R. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound. If yon have f .sHphttwf. doubt tliat'Lydlu (.'nntpniind will liclp j on, write Your latter will lie opened, nnd by ft woman, -mil held In Strict cunddciiOti. Don't Forget the Great REMOVAL SALE Of Dry Goods, Millinery, Gent's Furnish- ings, Boots and Shoes Everything Going at Greatly Reduced Prices fit E. PARSONS Westminster Road N. Opposite School LAWYER A LABOR CANDIDATE the labor t ed for tbci Edmonton, Xov. mayor- aUy campaign tonight took on a new aspect, when a meeting of some c-f lions of tbe city nominal- _ Ham Short, K.C., and J. MagraUi, representatives Alderman j a real estate dealer. Magrath has been Joseph Cla h, the petrel" 'of counting largely on the .support .of the City C'o incil during the past ypaivj those who are now said to be back- The othe two'can-didai.es are Wit-j ing Clark. APPLES! APPLES! We have just Finished Unloading a car of Montana Apples. These Apples were Grown on Non-Irrigated Land, which gives them a better Flavor than those grown on Irrigated Land. We have (lie following varieties on hand: Wealthy, Snows. ravonsfeins. (Ireenings and itiu-lntosh Ked and are oliVring i.lieiu al a special price of jiei- I'or these Tancy Grade. We also have a of per box. Tlie.se are all good sound apples' but smaller in .s.ix.e than the fancy grade. It you to gel; your Xmas supply now. as eannol duplicate this price afler this ear has been sold. Our phono No. and we will be pleased lo .de'livor your wants lo anv part of Ihe city. MORDEN BENNETT iMcrcluiiils ;