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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THE DAILY UFJIALO give you collar ityle, wear and comfort that come from tested materials, perfectly mncle. Tliey Fit------ 2 for a Quarter Sold by leading Furtilililng nl Afisonibly of the ProabylorlHii Church In Canada; liov. DC. K. Chown, toil oral Superintendent of tlio MtfhodlHt Church in Catiadaj Itcv.Cmi on cjoulil, ot Toronto! Kocrctury of ihit MlsBiotim-y Society I of'tlio Cluirch of EiiKlnnd. hi anadu; i Itov. M; 1 huHnoHs, General SoerV jtiiry of Ilumu Mlssloiig for Uh> Hup- (Mat Church In (lie and Jliv-Il. of Toronto, General Secre- tary of tlio Laymen's Mlaglonary MISSIONARY CONVENTION OF ALBERTA LAYMEN The forthcoming Alberta .Men's Missionary Convention, which is he- ing planned for the cijy of Calgary for Octatrer promises to be an event of uuusiuil interest, -es- pecially to- the religious life of the province of Alberta. The preparations for this conven- tion have teen carried on on 11 scale finite out oT the' ordinary, and a strong' committee of Calgary business nre-u: has been working; on this con- ventioti for months" past. In addition i 'o the this committee, there j fire denominational eo-opara-Ung- com-j Jiiittecs for. the province doing their best to -bring out a very largs and' re- presentative atle-bdiince ol' l.h-3 men ,of their respective', R, P.' MACKAY P'fles this again, the missions boards, the head offices of wnich are in the East, are also using" their influence i lo (he same end.. This convention is to he oiic of ,a varies which nro to. Ire ifultl success- ively in Vancouver, Calgary, Regina anil Winnipeg. In addition to these, there are to be several conven- tions at strategic cities of the East, making fhe present campaign one of nntion-wide significance. All conventions are to he held in the. course of th-a next two mouths, ruid are calculated to reach every church in 'the sniira Dominion In an effort lo n waken interest in the mod- ern missionary enterprise on the1 part of every church. The West-em conventions are to en- joy the exceptional opportunity of rhc i presence on the .programmer of5 Dr. i R. Mott, of'Xew York, and Sir I Alexander Fraser, of Scotland: Dr. -Molt is to-day the acknowledged tea'd- ur of tii-e Home MisHiunary enterprise of the Protestant churches through- out the en'tiro world, and has arwmd the world a niimfa-ar of Unites in prosecuting his -.vnrk. It Maimed for Dr. Mott that no ma cither now or over, lias known the whole world as intimately as he knows it, not only1 from a religious birfc from an economic, political and soda] standpoint. Dr. Mott's work is usually confined" exclusively to stud- i cuts, am] Ihe 'privilege which ho is giving-to the laymen of ths churches jof the West ia one that Is seldom jcver given to -the laymen, of the East. j Sir A'itexander Frase'r- has -but re- j cently returned from India, where he gave "7 years of service as the Lieut.- Governor of Bengal, a province of SO i millions of people. Sir Alexander I knows missions at first and is (recognized today as without ior amongst the advocates sions. In addition to tlrase, there ,is to b an unusual array of the greatest Ie ers of t.h'3 Canadian churches. Di H. P. McKay, Moderator of the Gener SIR ANDREW PHASER '.Movement, besides rlonomfnutionfU secral.nrius and mission board tecco- tiiri'3s, men who. tice recognized as ex- perts in inissioiuiry work. addition -to the general sessions, two sessions on Hie morning and af- L'arnoon of the 23th ana to be given .up .o denominational rallies. These .-i, be amongst the at rang est meetings In the series, and will be given up -to the discussion of how lie different churches can 'best meet share of responsibility. There ivill also bo and special meetings, one of which, at least, will be open to the representatives of Wo- men's missionary socl-ettes. This -will likely be addressed by Dr. Mott and Sir Alexander J-Yas'ar. The Calgary committee also con- templates two general s-esiiions in ad- dition, to the convention proper, j which will be open to the general pub ic, of which fuller 'annonnccniont i IRviJP Cadillac progress in marks a -well defined line between tlie mptor car of the past and tlie motor car of now Automatic electric starting device. Electric lights. Two plete ignition systems. Scientifically developed carburetor. More power. Larger wheels and tires. Larger Steel bodies latest accepted designs. Numeroys.refjnements of essential details THESE CARS ARE NOW READY FOR THE MARKET CADILLAC MOTQR CAR CO. DETROIT, MICHIGAN MACKENZIE Agent for Southern Alberta be made laler. Tlie convention lice-iings, however, will bis exclusively a 8.UP31-- for delegates, who must present oie of, ml dentialB in 3orclor to admitted Rev. Edward -S. Bisbop, of Mncteod. lias befen acting as executive aeire tary, and baa canvassed prartinllv Ibe entire province, and assures us that tlie indications point stiongh to tiio realization of tlie ideal set before the committee In reaching 011-3 tliou and ol" the leading men of tlio churcll- of Alherla to .attend the conven- tion. Prom the olfiw of the exenu- tive secretary there is being" conduct- ed a very vigorous campaign of cor- SHOES ARE LEADERS Tlicu1 woiili hah stuortjhe test. Good value in them tor every cent you pay. FALL AM) WIXTER STOCK OV HOSIERY IS NOW COMPLETE it before W.J. NELSON AND COMPANY CATUCD ftC U AhiC ADM! inlnljft Ur Hon. James Young Started the Offi- cial Record in the Commons liMi -Tames Vo.iing, of Gait, is just compleMng a E-acbml and revised edi- tion of iiis notable book, "Public Men and Public Life In Canada." The first edition of work is considered by students of our political history to be TOE HOME PHYSICIAN Br. Morse's Mia Pills Cnre Hostel Ike Fmtly'sOU. _, Perhipj if the children, and the "grown-ups" too, ilwayi ate exactly Uie right quantitiei of exactly the right things, at just the proper times, and in every other way obeyed the rulei of health, there would be no lickness m the, family, and no of medicine. But they Meyer have ind probably never will, BO in every family there sure to be more or frequent attacks of Mck heidtche, bilioitincM, indigestion, constipation, and kidney ind liver oceuion- jlly some one is "sick in of unique and extraordinary iniei'ast and the revised volume will bring tlie nistory up to ]S9G, when Sir Wilfrid .Lanrier's first government was form- ed. Mr, Young is one of the few-survi- vors of th-a old guard oC Reform Pai He was born in Gait in 1835, and bis wife is an dder'sister of Mr. W. K. Mc.Vauglit, of Toronto. He started to it-am the printing busi- ness when lie was' sixteen, anci" al was ptihiiah-sr of the Onll. Reformer..- lie was elected i member of the first Parliament of in the yaar of Confederation, 8li7, and bad a Parliamentary ca- REV. DR. CHOWN respondence. wlilch is reaching 'some tlnae thousand throughout Ihw on- lire province, with n view to interest- Ing them in the convention. This clly Will, no doubt, be very largely repre- on lhal occasion iho pics- Biice of mony of its iBndhiK Mr. Ilishop has an office: In the V. M. A. hnUdliiff. Calgary, where he with all emiiHrlcs. of twenty in .the lougQ of Cpminons and five Hi the Ontario Legislature, wth1'South Waterloo, and tKe rieigh- borlng: h constituency y' of North Jlrant; he becftme a member of Oli- ;r Jlowat's Cahinst, and for several years. Mr. Young, Ihbuglrfew people know t, was tho originator of MHiisai'd, fie official record.or every word ul- erctl in th-e Hpuao of Commons, l-'nr ome tfmc after 'Confederation no re- jrrf'wns -kept; of it.4-? proceedings. 'Phcy wore reported in tbe newspa- pers; twisted and cuiorcd greatly in those days by parly bias. Cases a- roso1 wiieiys.much coiifuMion rtfsultod from members beins miBrpioted. The llousft was in the some position as Mhy Provincial Ijcgisiatnrr is now, and we know-how a Hansard IK occasion- ally intend fiich cases, for ioxample the Gamoy Incident, j newspaper rcnorts were 'Cli-j It ii worth i good mother, j records to'go before tlie comrnisBion then, to have on hand that perfectly jof Inquiry, ..Mr. Young sugge-itoti reliable remedy for ills jflanaanL A commKtCv-i was _ i- official records were thereby cs- Dr. MotM't IftdUn Root iniiHsl'--l' They invigorate those organi which j Yoitn.c a room-mate of tha cleanse the body and impurities, j Hon. "J'dwnrrl Hlake. ntid lliw Jal-a regulating the bowels, stimulating tht .David Mills, at OUsiu-n. duriiiii --lie Lidntys and opening the pores of the skin, jsouslons.of tile ff'riil House. Thui Atost'j L'lfan Reel ?ilh wafi ni'c-ar frirml of ('001'RC cure the common ailments ind keep the (iimily healthy. This they hive been doing for over half century ia every events and was familiar with all the tending politicians of hia 'time. Even now, he often writes letters to the Toronto newspapers, commenting on oiirrent polltlual quealions, with all which he.is closely familiar. And when those tetters appear he is del- uged with correspondence from o'Ii.1- time Liberals who remember anihon- Or his long service to party and coun- try.'., At tha ugo of 78, Mr Young Is gtlll .otiva in business. of the Gore He ia prcaiileiit insurance Co., of is regularly al. hlg director of the ini almost everv Wednesday hygoes to 'Toronto to at- lend the weekly bonnl mooting. A man (nil of honors in his town, where desk. JJe is also Confederation Lite he was born and where he has lived, taktn the deepest est In local, as well as national, hUv torj His book, "Jtemtnlicencw of the Settlement of Gilt and the Town- ship of is one of the loo tew tecords we have of eni- 1} hlHton ot Ontario B most in- teresting a Mr Young's lesidence, GrfH. is a beautiful old sur- rounded sparloui lav.ns and gar- suitably conjfortable and dignified abode frtr ona ot our moit honoranle and earnafat-minded pioti cet nation-btillders Mr1 Young has bedn an urgent office Sftakfti, nit a good main ot his friends think ie should -are now have bten honored v the Rift of a Sfriatohmip pm of the ill dc-ilen or from W. II. C'omstock Co., Brockvillc, Onu lirown. ft'od often hlui, he OI.- r.trongeat lUmnp ilnys. of t.h? l tiioso Mr. Vonnj: had speoin! (Miatlflcn- tions as a political IiiH-foritui, us tie niwaya kept a diary of Purllniuqufary You For 'A Smart Cap! "YYou'd look well in a 'but you perhaps have never seen the cap that would just suit your face. .You will, just as soon as you try on an Eastern Brand cap -the kind that has fit and only cap you can buy in all this country that really suits the face 'J of the man who wears it. Really, you need a cap about as often as you a hat. need the right cap. You will find it in any store that displays -NSA) the Eastern Brand sign. 2_ [EASTERN I BRAND CAPS ;