Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday; November THE LBTHBRIDfiE DAILY HERALD We want all tke listings we can get. If you want to sell your property, come in and tell us about it. HERE IS A BUY WORTH CONSIDERING GLYN.-STRES r. ill. 24x137 .feet :jf> V yious records., and thir-jhas the Important and difficult _ jof carrying on.'a among'.the parts .of Alberta, .sked the'.laymen present if-'they tnat from, the fourth meridian j to the-mountains.-and from die Crow's The keynote of the' gathering rail-way to th'e boundary, there 'and kept in not a single'representative of the it was- that the -England, while in the sum-! A few lots ne'a'r eld Fair down and ten per month, until interest and.to taxes. Title given- _ any time. 2 cash and Slo per montbi" v rl V These lots will bring 5306. per lot within next vear. If you want money buy. now. W. H. JOHNSOiV LANI) CO. "JOHNSON BLOCK 323 'of at hooe and a'b- mer months at least there were scores of Methodists, Presbyterians and oth- For Sale for cottage in Blk. ].4S. ?200 handles. J400 fpr'i. 1-3 lots Blk. HS, S4 "ft.'frontage by 142 1-2 feet 'deep near corner of London and Ashmead facing cash. G. A. Peat Co. General Insurance Loans Macdonald Btk. Phone 570. ceptiqna'lly nigli' order, 'having- a deep- tual but intensely practical sen- rec- uiiu- tor of. St., AngustinX and rural clean cruise among thc islands of the of the and address- where they arrived at 4 o'clock. road is, all one .Another chief thought was work of the ers. His duty, was to organize mis- churcii is thc laymen's work as much, jslonary work in this area, and have as it is that of the clergy and that bus-jinen going out -by twos throughout iness-like bs employ- the- district, -with, their' lieadeiuarters ed in furthering'that work, -jih Leth'bridge. The mission is a gift The addresses all ot" an aid' money from the Old Coua-l try. to Western-'Canada. They will get-! the people to do their best to become; eelf-supjsorting-.'... He appealed to tlie men to realize great opportunity that they have and in and _, The chairman in opening the .speech showed where they were .not doing as A :drto was taken in the neighbor- making part of .the-evening expressed tbey should.. boardS! that illness Canon Alter the grand old hymn-Fight the which sailed'at 6 o'clock for Charles'-' Tucker was unable present, and Good Fight" 'was'sung ton.-by-way of Guamauamo, where- his that" 'many of "the j chairman upon Canon Hoabin. the -the naval: churchmen' of' Lethbridge -nad -shown (He said thaiine. ,.tp speak slation.- As President Taft to come gather-kne moa "'-id' thc salute was fired. ing. Had T.here-beea. accommodation the men'were realizing "t bat there would have been many ..more pre jworlc of the Clmrch was'a man's sent. in. closing he remiTiued his and'he paid a tribute be dominat- ed, what its MinftToiis shall bo, %vi! shall bf done with the n-siTVc that must b." created, ;uu1 the thousand and one other questions connected with the creation and operation of iho in- stitution have not bern touched upon, much loss decided. co'mpanvV "Clement In a word' tlie commission has on- Bellevu" the surfaco of the tremen aeiievu., AUa.. appointed ?ous ,ask Collgress confidefl in it. Up to this time.it has hr-on en- gaged in the collection of data bear- ing upon the experience of other coun- i'-ios in the operation and develop- ment oi liieir ctirrciicv svstems. mnjisier. to them, but he had none 3. of Fernie, B. C., appointed on of the titubbs, of on 'behalf of the men, and Sheriff I. S. G. Van Wart, of Calgary, Alta., ap- pointed by the minister as chairman in the absence of any joint recommen- dation from the other members of thc board. wish ior. The war cry is "The World THREE AUTO VICTIMS Bakersiield, CaL, Nov. Stevens, an automobile-driver of OaTv- laud, and Marie Brown and Gertie Da- vis, two women of Moron, were ki in an automobile accident early today. In descending a steep grade, before making: a sharp curve, Stevens losi control of the steering gear and tha automobile plunged off an embank- ment. TRIED TO KJLL LORD MINTO? I to send, and ho could not add to the I for Christ in this generation." K 'burdens or those he had. jt0ok 57 years to convert the first mil- .In conclusion he urged upon bis; lion years to get the sec- hearers the unity of tbe work in ail itsjond, and at the rate they were being departments. now, if. will take only six Before rlie next to set the ihircl million. What er. the chairman emphasized the last i better investment could a layman ask point mat'c by the Bishop. There i lor'.' had" been an idea that the missionary work and the home work of the! C. F. P, Conybeare The last speaker was Mr. Cony- j unurch were two works. That is notjueare. who expressed himself as re-j so. The Church in the world has butjjoicing in this new and greatest cru-j one.mission, and that is to give thclsade. The Church in any other age! gospel to the whole world. The j never had such an inspiration as it! science of churchmen in England has! lias today. -The laymen'have not tak- j been stricken as they realized that: en their right place in the work of tbe I vere sending thousa to Canada, and leaving Lots 1 and 2, Block .66, Five lots. Block V.. dose to Victoria each. Four lots (corner) Block !1. Alexander, each. Asqu j'th Li Real Estate and Finan'ciai Brokers Fire Insurance P.O. Drawer 3091. Phone 11S? .Calcutta, Nov. young Church here alone to look after them, jo: love, is The Archbishop or canterbury had re tnc work. hJast has its calls, and thc West, shojld ;iot look to them for support.. ..His! is> ui peopie church, but _thev arc nwakeninc to i the young tneir duty. Charity, in us broad sense Ooams appeai tbal 8howld the greatest influence in "VV'e all pretend to be alized this, and had started a fund to [Christians, but all we do to show it is provide men and money to help in the to attend church more or less regular- Bengalis were arrested yesterday at n work. A mission with one centre sta-l ly, and to trv to lead more or less re- farewell function organized by the !n- j tion had -been organized at Edmonton' dian community here in honor of the i and another is being stationed in the Earl of Minto, thc retiring viceroy, j country south of Lethbridge. For and his wife. work he hart chosen Rev. W. H. Two of the prisoners were pressing .Mowatt, whom he introduced to the close to the Earl when they were seiz- -meeting. ed. The third mnn v.-as n crested is i Rev. W. H. Mowatt he was (rying. in enter thc town Jon a forged hall Mr. .MowaU ;1 sou] spectablc lives. What are we doing to spread the Word of God? He then told of the' financial efforts of the church in Lethbridge for and said that two cents a day from ev- ery churchman would raise two or three times as much they have been raising. The pecpk1 of the West think less o'' tliemselves and more of others. Canon Hogbin gave some statistics A. -H. Ransonir, of fnbor. Rev. V. Alc.Yliilen and Rev. C.. H. Pophani. of and ;i number of iho leiid- jng oi'ticiais of the different dmrchcs. RECEIVER APPOINTED Chicago, Xov. Carpenter at the close regarding the funds the! hi tbo United States districr. court, to- i pointed address, which iu a large not doing enough for themselves. Thc diocese, alter which thc meeting clos-1 da ed with the usual votes of thanks and j COTT.PUDV the proiiouncemenf of the benediction by the Bishop. Among those or. the pinu'onn ai the Mrst table were tho rlininnan. Rur.i! Dean IMsjiop P'nkliHni Canon Hogbin. Rev. 1) Kev. H. .M. Homlcrson. or How Island. Kev. A. Pstle, oi iicM. >d the Chicago Trust ccirer for Standard company. Tjjabil- i'ies arc placed-at. and ihe-as- se's ni STfi.OOO; stops cowulis, cures colors, thc throat aiiii lunfis.