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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS Unwisely? Sometimes people do. suffer, because the stomach balhs. mm m at once, aad help ..digest the overload. .The lover of good r.'things quite safe with a box of-NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand. 50c. a.box. _, If yoyr druggist ,hks not stocked them yet send 50c. and we '34 Drug and Chemical Co.'rf LiaaltcA. apermen Holding Their Annual Convention (Continued from front Stm't up! You tool Before you rqt in for the day; drink a glass of Galb4-aith, Ked JDcer Advocate. In doing so he would like to say u word in praise of the work of the secre- tary 01 the past- year for the infinite care and labor he had given the af- fairs of the association. His reason for nominating Mr. Gulbraith was that .he thought central Alberta was entitled to an oflicer. r 0. If. Elton, the retiring secrelarv, was renoir.tnated by Mr. Modson, Re- vk'w, Okotoks. The present success of the association was in no small degree dye- to the efforts of Mr. El- ton. If he was willing to accept the job again they should him, he thought. Mr.'Elion, in reply, stated that hfc was entirely iu the hands of The convention. Their pleasure was lumP of on your stomach; If there DOSE ENDS INDIGESTIpN Dyspepsia Heartburn Gas and all Stomach Dis- tress Vanishes If yaur" meals don't fit comfortably, or you feel bloated after eating, ami you believe it is the food which fills if what little you ea-r lies like a The matter of affiHatins: with the Dominion Press Association should also be taken up. Finally, he urged that members ,do their best to stimulate interest in the work of the association, so that it would be not merely a matter .of interest once a year, but, of value and assistance every day of the year. He trusted that whatever actions the convention might take on various mat- ters they would keep that object in view. He concluded by extending a welcome to Lethbridcfe and trusted .that they would enjoy their .and his pleasure. If elected he wotik certainly do his best, and if not -hi. would still render the association ev- ery-assistance possible. Mr. Gal- braith wished to withdraw, saying that he feared tk.1 work, he- feared for the interests of the association. He sure he would not he able to the requisite time. Ilis supporters refused to accept his withdrawal, however. A Ballot was taken, result- ins in Mr. Elton being, re-elected. Executive Committee There- eight nominations for the exeeutige committee, Messrs.- t Deer because of their enforced j M. Davidson, J E Pember K W absence. Secretary's Report .Secretary-Treasurer Elton then pre- sented his annual report, showing a large increase in membership and the visit) Dances in a favorable shape. He an- G-ulbraith, W. G. Foster Woods being elected. The Fr.-rident named Messrs. Dav- idson, Galbraith and Deanc a reso- lutions committee, and Messrs Jen- nings, -Hayes, Watts. -Smith, David- o ctirfleuly in breathing after eating. eructations of sour, undigested food and acid, heaKbura, brash or a beleh- of gas, you can "make up your minci j hat you need to stop food ermentatiou and cure indigestion. _ To make every bite of food you eat aid in the nourishment and strength your body, you must rid yaur stom- ach of poisons, excessive acid and stomach gas, which sours your emir with digestion an causes so many sufferers of Dyspepsia Sick Headache, Biliousness, Constipa tion, Gripping, etc. Your case is- m are a stomach suffered ho.ugh you may call it' by some other name; your real and only trouble is ;hat. which you eat does not digest but quickly ferments alid sours, pro ducing almost any unhe'ai'thy condi :-thea orrr that tha brought- about -such pressure -ot busi- ness that I cannot be with'- you at the .convention. K-iadly express to members, my best wishes for the suc- cess of the gathering and greatly -re- gret that I cannot renew this "year the "pleasant associations formed at v'Lethbrldge." 'Regrets at 'inability to attend had also been received from 1X7, -O- at Ejection of Officers Tie election, of'officers for suing year was-next proceeded with. M. "R. Jennings, ton, an 'address on'j Red Deer be selected. It- and could not be present. I and could not show printings-plants as extensive as some of .the daily papers in the province, but Red Deer could show two up-to-date modern weekly .offices. He promised a .most hospitable reception. J. E. Pember for another Edmon- Buehanaa as president, .re- of marked that as outlined in the presi- dpnt's artrtwss r> 'DCr the non. Berryessa, of ihe Raymond j about to take upon itself new was dut- -Rustler; G. G. Meikle. Michel.. Re-j ics... These duties are not especially K. Esling, Rosslaad Min- j heavy- on members, bur they are very er.; Charles. N. Austin, Cochrane Ad-i important. It was just- as--well at voeate: A. A> P. McDoxvell, Daysland! this time... therefore, to continue the A. Z. Jessup, Naaton News; present executive head. He therefore. W. C. French, Wetaskiwin Times; W. "E. ,WaInwright H. Ryley Times; X. B. Berry- man, ;Miiler Packet. "F-'.W. Galbraith, verbally expressed Duncan Marshall. and from- Mr. Carswell, of the Red g to one of the larger centres, and moved that ..Calgary be Crosby Store oe is a.place that is beginning to talked about, as a. homo for hargains in good shoes. Poor shoddy shoes are not a bargain at any price, .they, also can be had at this store by those who want them at microscopic prices. I challenge any shoe store Bridge to show a wid- er range of men's and boj. s" heavy boots and shoes, and ue prices are alluring. j-itty a" few more pairs o! ose S5.50 welted No. 6 and :en's shoes at S3.75 Ladies' 55.00 shoes 33.75 AND LESS. Ladies7 felt comfy slippers in all shades and all prices. Come and look at our win- dow. Percy E. Crosby 114 Round SL it. Woods seconded Mr. Gordon's motion. At the nresent time -'the association is in -a- "forma- tion state and he thought that 'more publicity would.be siven'io it next if if jj 7 6 Calrr. It dose thai Fermentation and Sour Stomach' is causing the misery of indigestion. No matter if you' call your trouble Catarrh of the Stomach. Nervousness or Gastritis, or by any other always remember thac a certain cure is waiting at any drug store the mo- ment you decide to begin its use. Pape's Diapepsin will regulate any out-of-order Stomach within five min- uces and digest promptly, without any fuss or discomfort, all of any kind o} food, you eat. :tliat- source. -Love-would solve ev ory-problem in civic life. man ;heart is in the_.thing he loves, and when he loves the wrong thing, he i in open rebellion to God. Some things must betaken when.they come. Jesu? is one of them, No .'one has an> right to think that that which is for their eternal welfare can.be laid asidn until a more appropriate season himself. No promise awaits him that overtures, will be made to him at any future -time. solves-the problem of service, and should be sufficient to enable ail to see enough in Christ to follow Him because of Himself. Some mighty reversals will take place at the bar of God. Many of those who have had an excellent opin- ion of their charitableness will find that it is unknown to God. Many that are first here will be last there. Others are charitable and are un- conscious of it. This is the com- mendable spirit. The true Christian is he that is a citizen of that 'other country, but who is living out the principle's of that country in this, and those -who have had the vision of it are prepar- ed to live for it. a ShecKard passed ball. The ball .hit the railing ami under the Wqfman also, scored, -nurpfiy" jumped "into the crowd in tne right field for a sensational catch of Zimmerman's heavy wallop. Two NINTH INNING- Philadelphia: Barry fouled out to I KUng; Thomas oiit'to Archer unas- sistect.-coombs singles to centre, Her- man misjudged the" fly in making the Pick up of it strunk Zimmer- man to Archer. No runs. Steinreldt flied out to 'h EX-GOV. HILL OF NEW YORK DEAD -h strunk; Tinker singled .to left; Kling struck out. Tinker stole second, veedham who batted for Pfeister ent a foul to Baker. No runs. Albany, N. Y., Oct. vid B. HilJ, former U. S. sen- ator and former Governor of flay at Wolfert's Roost.' his country home. ATHLETICS WIN ANOTHER BIG INCREASE OF BANK CLEARINGS The returns for the Leth- bridge Clearing House for the week .-ending this moraine were This'is a -large increase over last week' when the total. was 5441.8TL'. the increase being about twenty per -cent. (Continued from front had much" pleasure in nominating Mr. i w Buchanan, as president. F. W. "Gal-j laSt. held ,v plea for Calgary, argued that those who iialler towns all tbe Tvas the qest man to take i aw Once in-a up the school board bylaw advertls- .-gay city life. ing matter, the libel law and other matters that must go before the leg- islature. lie was not tied down to double or even single terms of o See. but believed, in doing what appeared best 'as occasions arose. F. J. Peane. Herald, Herald, Calgary, second- ed, that nominations close" Mr. 'Bu- chanan -was -thereupon declared re-' elected. Thanking the convention fpr-r the honor it had -conferred on' him in re- annual outing of'thejiews paper men aad printers and more en- couid be held m the city. Several of it if others spoke along the lines and the ballot resulted in -favor of -Calgary. Visitors" Addresses .The morning concluded or short addresses from.W. F. Kcrr cf PARABLE OF THE HOUSEHOLDER Salvation Discussed By Evangelist -Ait ens night, the Regina Leader, aid G. M..Thomp- son, of the Saskatoon Capital The i lormer remarked that he. and Mr.j____ while not members of the ance lift. The Parable the Householder came in for fhe''a.t'tcntioa of Bvan- Aikeiis -Tat; Wesley church last the large'st audience of had -electing him he said he was not i come to talle to make a speech as is customary on !-1 publishers- the mat- saca occasions. 'He asked the ruW-1 L J- fsrapiuc rate? .to give him as much assistance question for a as possible in making work j more-useful, and in increasing-.the-as- sociation's C. F. Hayes, Bulletin, Edmonton, in nominating T. W. Quayle, Review. Claresholm, for first first .vice-presi dent, argued that as the highest hon- g a decided moral up or more, but one of the cMefnccn- Lu 01 time was the face that the tion was in session. On ,u the Western Canada Press tion of which body he is .first vice- fraternal the attendance Jn the .parable, ..the householder is shown to itave hired servants in the "at various' stages day up till the elev- a. 'day. be considered-an eccentric he. "would today manias .ntuch for an hour as he He F y from would for' a .publisher 01 a. good, live weekly, i M. R; Jennings, Journal, Edmonton, I ii nomination. Nomina- lishing At a first glance them to bear newspaper pub- is a profession and a work seconded tions were closed and Quayle was declared elected. iu n thing else a business and as a Atoertan, Calgary, j business they must consider it if ther Edmon- wisii to succeed. Hi hearty invitation to in nominated publishing wspapenTln position. I went I be (Mr. Thompson) ?eane' Herdld' Cranbrook. j nare said. He was pleased to be j -J. H. Uoods arguing for a unanimous! Present and to ie able to meet fel- j nomination -on the ground that Brit- Icnv .newspaper men from his nci'h- i isft C oluir.bia should be represented boring province. Saskatchewan was j among the officers. i The first ballot to- be taken -tvas over _the election Of secrcta-ry-treasu-- er. j. H. Woods nominated'F. W. it" could "clearly God's actions were fully vm-dicated. The God of all the earth must do right. ..He is righteous' in all his ways an-d holy in all his works. Some contended that the eleventh hour-people w-efe the death-bed re- pentance people. This is not' contain- that the eleventh hour man who has wasted a 'long, life, -full of privileges, will iceap the same reward as he who has wrought all his life m the services of the Lord, In addi- uau Deen canea on to i -dailser' throuSh lone a speak first for he had said aSol? T miSSln-g goal 1 _ -__ ttliJlUaij (n thf" fOCJl nt -fno. V_ tte now. ho said! venta 'vhich in tion was seconded by Mr. Johnston.! the Dominion Fair N Ume Chronicle.. Fort Saskatchewan, and Mr. Thompson'said that he was was elected without op- glad Mr. Kcrr- In the case of the men engaged by a" lSerence _ province. Saskatchewan perhaps a little ter of a publishers. r m sen, ice rendered rather than 'the time employed. The foregoing chap- ter clear! v defines this to be the case or-anizat on duon- good You can always enjoy your meals at the ___ thing aiso ior- the convention to take Excellent cuisine, quick service and moderate prices have put this cafe to the front in less than four months. up. It was the need of taking the customs' duty off linotype machines. -Ut'y is 20 ?er cetlt- or ior each .machine and this work- ed quue a hardship on small dailies starting up. Mr. Kcrr had extended them an invitation to the Dominion Pair. Pie did not know what he i invite them unless it xvas i the World's Fair to ie held in Sas- 'Katoou about the year 191S UP COAL Grand Forks, N. D., Oct. Chair- Is Under NEW MANAGEMENT Everything First-Class. Prices Reasonable CHARLIE LOO, PROP. man James J. Hill and Louis Hm, of the Great President Northern. passed through Grand Forks last en route to Superior. Hiii lost no, time in calling at- t.o a matter of vital interest to the people of North Dakota. Spoak- ing of the fuel situation, he said- of the northwest and partic- y xorih Dakota have iaid S a smaller supply of fuel this year than m die last years, and -.mleso thev their tactics some one u Miuv is a physlcal b tor railtraya to ge, coal ms country -fast during severe win ter and there is everv that the present winter be severe, -rnere have been mild the pasl years and people have become care less." t' parable was spoken to re- buke the bargaining spirit of Peter, serve God with v spirit. Christ was talking to the people of the church. The bargaining spirit, reveals it- self in the motive that prompted their following Christ, for the sak of the loaves and fishes. Dollars an cents has a great deal to do wit some people's connections with th church. If they surfer loss in bus ness because of their stand for right they will forego 'the church, but no business. The man with the bargain ing spirit will not get far-in th promotion of interests of moral re form. He would recommend an who had a desire to enter into work of moral reform to read th book of Xehemialyand catch the spir it of determination as displayed the prophet. The bargaining spirit soraethimc? gets into the ministry, with its con sequent evils. The man who is preach ed out of church by the faithfu ministrations 'of a conscientious taken in the and he hac no place for the minister who refus- e'd to do his whole duty for fear of giving offence. It is an awfu! -ihis- A'hen the shepherd is afraid of his flock. Christ died for the difference between right and wrong. It's the moral n'ght that'weeds the hypocrites out of the church. The speaker commended the spirit, of the eleventh hour laborers. Ho asked1 the question of them, why arc ye standing here idle and their re- ply was that nobody had hired them, but iust as soon as they had the op- portunity they at once accepted it, and went immediately to work. Ko bargaining prompted tiheir action. Their reward was to be "Whatever is and whatever is right is what everyone will get. The only spirit that should prompt service for God is that of love. No true service can be given aside from ed tree, passage, filling the bases, linker and JBeaumont both scored hie for two bases to left. Herman struck runs. THIRD INNING in to pitch :or Chicago. Sheckard made a run- ning catch of Lord's long fly. Fine rain began fa-lling but the game was not interrupted. Steinfeldt was bare- able to check Collins' sharp hit. was safe. Collins scored when scnuite let Baker's single pass him waiter-made third on the error. Davis was hit by a pitched ball and went to first. Murphy knocked a home run over the screen into the right field Dieacners.- Baker and Davis scored ahead of him. Chicago's entire infielc> gatnered to insist that under the; rules -Murphy's hit should .be -merely a double. It availed .them nothing! C'nance was'ordered off the field for continuing his protest, Archer taking place at .first. Pfeisrer replaced -M-eintyre in the box. Barry knocked Che. first ball pitched into the centre field crowd for two bases. Barry scored -when Thomas hit to Tinker and- the latter threw ,badly to Archer, rnomas was doubled at second or; Joombs' hit to Zimmerman, Zimmer- man to Tinker to runs.. went out, Baker tp Davis. JLorct captured Zimmer- man's fly. Steinfeldt struck uns. FOURTH INNING flied out to tiolman. Lord sent a clean single to ignt centre. Collins forced. Lord at econd, Pfeister to Zimmerman. Col- ins out stealing, Kling to vro runs. singled to right. L double, play -disposed of Tinker and Uing, Barry to Collins to -'Dayi out, Baker to ruiis. FIFTH INNING was retired- immerman Davis hit ast Tinker-to left. Murphy sent a long fly to Hofman. Barry forced Davis at second, Tinker to Zimmer- runs. fumbled ''Sheck- ard's bunt and the latter was" safe. Schulte struck out. Sheckard and were doubled, Murphy to Da- vis, Murphy having "taken Holman's fly, while: Sheckard, 'apparently think- ing mere were two out, kept on run .There were' four.cases at the police court this morning. Bud Wheeler was fined costs days ror 'begging-without'a license. He up on the same charge a few days ago but, was let go on condition that .town.' did not do so, and not possessing ?13, he will be a guest at the barracks for a month. HIS chum; Thomas Carlson, a vagrant, was given the same sen-- tence. TWO drunks were fined Si 00 and costs each. T. F. ECKERT DEAD New York, Oct. F. ckert. former president of the West- ern Union Telegraph. Co.. died-todas at West End, Long. Branch, after a-n illness or several days. rt't take anyone's say so some figunijg fgr yourself claim to natur- saysto you; make comparisons and see wko is simply talking and wlio is making up, your list of goods lor that complete borne outfit and save you on it open your eyes we've missed our see wkat we can doesn't make you on't select an article for tke 'outfit until you kaye secured our: simply can't afford to. prf-acher, has his place t church twenty times SIXTH INNING grounded cu rinjrer to Archer. Coombs hoisted a easy fly to Zimmerman. Strunk miss ed tnree good runs. hit in front of th plate and was.out, Thomas to Davis -cirnmerman struck out. Baker took care of Steinfeldt's foul runs SEVENTH INNiNG made nice one-hand catch of Lord's liner Btemreldt speared Collins' hot groun der and threw runner out at firs: Steinreldt immediately fumbled Bak er's bounder and the latter was safe uavis smashed a single to right, Bak er reaching second; Tinker fumblea Murphy's sharp grounder.' filling the bases. Davis and Baker scored on Barry's double to left. This was JBarry's third double. Thomas walk- ed again, filling the bases. Murphy and Barry crossed the home plate wnen Coombs singled, over second: Strunk singled too hot for Tinker's stab and the bases again were full. hit to Zimmerman who tossed- nim out at first. Four runs. Chicago: .Tinker out, Baker to Davis; Kling retired, Barry to Davis; struck out. No runs. EIGHTH INNING Philadelphia: Schulte gathered in jouins' fly; Baker retired via the iimmerman-ArcHer route. Davis hit or two bases, unassisted by ground ule.s.' Murphy was thrown out by icer. No runs. Chicago: .Sheckard took free trip o first. Schulte lifted a. fly to Mur- Hofman hit too hot for Baker ho slowed-up the ball and it turn- to kez-fc oncl to time. me to .you o otA, not Wehaye competent men.. to send out to measure for and place Linoleums and Carpets. Repair work promptly at- tended to. Shilohs Gun ulckly stops cooiihs, cures cold.t, benKs throat and luDjai 25 cents. awaen Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnish urnisners ;