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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETHBKIBGE DAILY HERALD Paere 11 ong young men and boys at home and "The conservation hood." of rural man- unifying power of Christ and His service." "Tiie timeliness of the Association 999 S, MiRAincni, K.B., Jaa. ryth. 1910. I feel it my duty to give to you aud the world an unsolicited statement in respect'to the wonderful cure I received by taking1 'Fruit-a-tives.1 Chronic Constipation was the complaint I suffered with for years. Mv general healtn was miserable as a result oi' this disease, and I became depressed" and alarmed." I was treated by physicians without the slightest permanent benefit, and I tried all kinds of pills aud tablets but nothing did me any good. I saw the strong testimonial in favor of Fmit-a-tives' by New Brunswick's 'Grand .Old Man', the Hon. John Costagan, and I knew that anything lie stated was honest and true aud. given obly to help his fellow-men. I tried 'Fruit-a-tives' 'and the effects were most mar- vellous, anduowl am entirely well from all my Chronic Constipation tiat I suffered from for so many years. My general health is once more excellent and I cannot too nruch to express iay thanks for the great benefits derived from, taking 'Fruit- A. G. WILLISTOK Fniit-a-tives" is not got- ten up by druggists or expert know nothing about disease and the needs of the human is the scientific discovery of a well known physician, and is the only medicine in the made of fruit a box, 6 for or trial size, 250. At all dealers, or seat, postpaid, am of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. to meet "the needs of Canada." and seven year's later it wasj transplanted to this continent, and Montreal'had the honor of organizing the first Association of the North Am- erican continent. As already stated that was in 1S51. The organization in London was the result of the earnest zeal of a few young men in a large dry goods estaDiishment, under the FALCONER "The association message to young men." "Character the basis of. efficiency In the indutrial "Tne latent powers of the men oi: North America." "Our world-wide obligation." D. M. WRIGHT President. Stratford Y. M. C. A. ,of.-George Williams. Lit- }tle 'did he tliink that at tliat time he :was .the. seeds cf such an or- ganization as has ,clevelor'ed or for the All we ask is for you .to let us buy a 50-cent bottle of (pronounced and to you free to try. strengthening and; increasing the corpuscles of-the bJood., or Were meat It has only .besn within years 'that we.. have come to know about the-white corpuscles of the blood or the phagocytes and what their' function isj That they are the policemen scavengers of the body. disease germ that Herft are Ihe enters the body when they are strong cbhie has cured many enough or iii sufficient numbers. being devoured in turn by thess disease germs when inferior in. strength." It has only been within the last few years that scientists have found out that certain herbs strengthen and In- crease these white corpuscles, or bodily scavengers. recent And" we'have .received of these 50-cent bottles of, really thousands of unsolicited 'testimonials, chine. All due to this marvellousVpowSf And we-do that to sliow.-.ur entlra'J-J wonderful tion. A confldence.'that has been based on are the" diseases in :the '.treat- Oyr this of which Psychine is indicated. splendid preparation, with a lull know- of which Psy- ledge of the hundreds of thousands of naiid cases': nas herbs largely compose La Grippe Erbncfatw Hemorrhages Sore Throat Anaemia Female Indigestion Poor Appetite 'Chills and Fevers Sleeplessness and Nervous Troubles After-effects of. Pleurisy, pneumonia aud La 'Bronchial Coughs Weak Voice Spring Weakness Calesrrhal Affections' Catarrh, of Stomach Xight Sweats Obstinate Conghs Laryngitis and And these Psychine. For thirty .years Psychine has been. 6 don't'ask you' to take our strengthening and the waiw the beneficial corpuscles of .the blood. effep-t Qf Fm out the COUpOQ For l-liirty years Psychine has been below, .mail it to us an.d.-w.e'11 give building up run-down vitality, curing your druggist an order (for wjhich; we many of apparently hopeless diseases. pay him the regular, retail a We have sold millions of bottles'-of >be Psychine: in .that time. of cost, We have'-cured hundreds of thou- We will sands. this manner 'hundreds NO, To the Dr. T, A. "SLOCUM; Ltd. 193-195 Spadina Ave.. Toronto. I accept your offer to try a 50c- of Psychine (pronounced Si-keen) as YQtir expense. I have not a, 50c. Dotc'io of Psychine under this -plan. Kindly advise my druggist to deliver this bottle to inc. "My Town Street and My Dru ggis t's Street and Number... .Thiscoupon is 50c- bottte cf .Piychiue i'.presented-to the dragrcis'S must; b-j sent then bny the' 5'iw bottle. of Psychine from, your .druggist und direct hini to deliver it to offer may be'vrithdrawn at' any time notice. Send coupoa, tnat were ,used, -but as the cities grew ttie Association found its real work (Continued from page tfce ..use of-, some .existing grounds for stated- times. Educatipria! Work most' succes- 1'ul'' braaciies worlc has been the side. This" Has small ad- ditional -.costxto -the. pro-red a great success and very use- ful m attractins young men to thei As- sociation buildings. What will the next move be? Possiolv this discus- wasningtpn convention to ascertain j wtiat is -the practice of the associa- tions with reference to the evangeli- cal test of membership, and second j tne report of the commission created by the Washington convention to con- of-the desirability. of rephrasing the definition of the laying or the' foundations of a relig-. then, began its present career of useJuiness._as an. caring tor the spare hour of. young men and seeking to influence them to self-im- provement. Tiie work' of the. Association is -best stated by the definition that terms it "an organixaiion. of young men fo.- mutual helpfulness, providing for the young men .of the community an at; tractive place of social enjoyment, tree from questionable influences.and equipped with helpi'uK.. agencies for tneir intellectual, social, physical and. word as ,iie .Portland test. In addition to -the contained in -discussion of P.iOiAfiB C. ftlCP.SZ, New Gen. Secretary International Y.M.C.A. s sion may be the means of launching some new branch of .work in the in- terest of young men." No doubt there are otaer fields to be taken up. Kepcrts be presented, on commission created by tbe- spintual welfare." An' important feature of' the work is the junior department, doing a sim- ilar work for, -boys .to that done for young men. The'young chaps are uons with those in the "United -States, and with them. 'form international brotnernood. Nor have members in Canada- 'been content to' "remain within their own -borders? but Have -become interested- 'in the young foreign mission lands and sec- retaries are being supported for -the work-in student, centres .in India. and other mission stations. International'1 Cqmin'ittee.-.- vras'iricorporateti Ja 18S3i .has'tts eral offices in New York: The chair- man :is: Lucien New' York the vice-chairmen are Wiiliani D. Mur- Ai. Speers. Montclair, J.-: G. fratt, Brooklyn; J; Cannont ,R- M. Colgate, New York; F. Cox, New F.-W.- Hills N F. W. J.{ scfiretreiln, "New York; N. H.- -i Defoe. New: lork; JB. Halford, New York; Geip aid Birksf 'John -W.' Aiontreal, and several others irom lerent parts the States. ray and Alfred E. -arlag, Ne.w and Frederick Sciienk, New._ is -treasurer: New i' oric; general- secretary; Tiiere "ar-e Wrri. TURNBULL, President, Y. M. C.'A. "W'liat can 'the Association do 'to recruit lay and clerical leaders for the1 unurcirr. "aome great unfinished'-tasks -before J. A. DERBYSHIRE Y. M. C. A. Brockville, Ont. "Ttie forthcoming 'Men and .Relig- ion' addresses are to be delivered upon the following themes: "A of progress in work am- be sure the furnace heated air contains the natural amount "of humidify -moist and refresh the parching heat given off by tha average furnace. You'll enjoy mere solid comfort and at the same time save coal, by Installing a POW-E-'RS. Pres. Y. M. C. A. Hamilton, Ont. ious 'movement, which was destined to spread .over the whole world., and result in such 'temporal benei'it to millions young men. .George before he -died. saw great things grow out of small "be, winnings. He was himself honored- by flis King, who besto-.ved upon him'the I honor of icnightftood: The late .Sir j j ueorge's son is following -worthily in j his fatcer'a footsteps ancl is nob'Iy i j trorftiEg to further .the cause which j nis lather held so j From the time the organization ob- i rained a foothold iii Montreal it wo.s tnus brought under the best influence 1 two sssociate general secretaries, jUiai-ence J. Hicks and John' .fi.. Mott, i Pvew York. The Board of Trustees is composed as follows: Cephas N iork; Sloan, New York, frea- surer: John'S. Bussing, Gilbert. Col- jgate. R1F. Gutting. Dodge, John' U. tiayeniayer, A. E. >i. Pratt; P. B. Schenk, J.ames Stokes, C. H. Dodge, all of Mew Yqrk.'and Robert Cluett, 'Troy'." advisory members Hon. S. H. Blake. Toronto: R.' S. Brewster. New York; F. C. Moore, A. .1. Mason, St. Paul, Minn.: B. H. Gnrlsty, Pitts burg: James Stokes, New York; F. York; W. ii. AVoodin, New Prof. Robt. A. Falconer, Toronto; Jobii K. St. Jocn. N. B.: C.. Brainerd, New JOKN-.W.- ROSS. Montreal. One of the Trustees of the Internation- al Y. M. C. A. tne North American Association move ment 'on both the home and foreign In Montreal First it is only sixty-six years since the movement bad its birth in London, SKELETON ViEW OF" "GOOD SHOWING BIG "CIRCLE WATER PAN an The evaporation from this tig watsrpan, which entirely surrounds the firepoi and holds from 4 to 6 gs'iar.s, is sufficient to keep the warm air supplied to each and every rccn almost as humid as the outdoor air. That means gcrfuine comfort without heating the house above and :n consequence a substantial saving In coal. which-" are bound to follow the continued breathing cf the over hsatcd atmosphere produced by the average furnace with its make-shift water pan. Before you decide on your furnace for descriptive literature which explains more, fully the advantages of the "Good Cheer" furnace and'iVs patented Circle Water Pan. T-5S JA1UTES STEWART RSFG. Oal......WINNIPEG, Sold and by Stwirdware Co., Alls. vork; Jos. Bardie. Los Angeles; L. COLD FORTiE WORTH Edmonton.. Oct. Dairy Commlssionar of the .Dominion gov-- ;A. Ruddick. town today and had a conference wita> members- of the local government garding subsidizing a" cold Plant to be erected in Edmonton in" near future. The only two province .now" are at Calgary andvLetb.- artage. He expected this province to -develop into a great dairy- ing-' district. LAND TAX'CASE is''" COMI-NG UP AGAIN -Edmonton, Oct. B. Woods, rormer deputy attorney general' for AiDerta, nas left for ilngland .to..' re- present Alberta -before the privy; conn-.., cil in :the appeal of the pr'oiance the rigM to tax -C. lands. vemser.' J, J. ?.IcCooke, Marling. New New York: York; J, .P.- New York: w. Sloane, 'New .-York; John Penman, Paris, Ont.; D. W. Ross E. R. WOOD, One of the Most Enthusiastic Sup- porters of the Y. C. A. and President of the Toronto Association. not long before i' bcsiM to spread tnrougjiont r.nd she Unitfd I States: At the present time there is! not. an important centre ir. the i try from Halifax to Victoria is i witaout a brancn of the organization, j At the outset thn movement was sole- ly a spiritual ono, the members gath- ABNER KINGMAN. Montreal. from the start. Needless to say, a. large per centage of them grow up to be senior members in clue time. College and Railway Work Mae College V. M. c. A.'s and the Kan way Men's T. M. C. A.'s are im- portant outgrowths of the parent or- ganization, in practically all the col-' __ ___ iege centres throughout North Ameri- ca there are College associations. M'nis branch of the work has Its dis- tinctive organization, but is run- along much the same lines. Through its ef- torts many fine young men, well ed- ucated and splendidly equipped in oth- er ways for the field, have ;been to take up as their life's work the spiritual improvement of their fellow men. Many of them have gone to the roreisrn mission fields, while many oth era have found fruitful fields for "their ertorts at home. Tne large railway corporations have given every encouragement to and Miave in fact subsidized the organiza- tlon of Y. .M. C. A.'s for the railway men at the different centres where men employed by the railways are to be found m largo luimbers. They have round it a paying investment. Tfiis is due to the isc? that while I trainmen are away from homo, at the! otiier end of their run. they find leg- j inmate means of passing their snare time at the railway association rooms, instead, perhaps, of passing.the hours away in a neigiihoroing saloon and. Dehorning unfitted to perform their duties, in this way alone much pro- Sas-'? Katchewan is also" appealing on this'- .Wisnard. New York: E. p. Bailey, Question. The.-case, came up last; 'umcagq: John b. Wheat. "but was', adjourned" until' KV'; D. A. 'Aibntreal: .7. 'L. iveai'merer. New 'York; Thome, -Minersviiie, Pa.; James McCormiek, Marrisburg, Pa.; -Edward P. Metcalf, providence: E. Sweet, Denver: S. Haricness. New York; John vv. Vrooman, New York; D. Mc- winiams, 'Brook-lyn; A. T. Bmythe. Charleston, s. C. The international Committee in- cludes S. F. Stephen, Winnipeg; Ato- ner Kingman, Montreal; M. H. Dodge, New York; H.-McAlpin, New York; A. E. ASK RAILWAYS Coieman, Alta., Oct. Prairie" and Pass Improvement League meet- in Macleod on Nov. 1st when the-'Al- berta government 'will be advised to the railway companies now hold- ins: charters for the to give a definite for the com- mencement of .building... ering for prayer reec.'inss and Hinlc lperty savod and precious lives safeguarded, whereas they might: he ieoparrtizeti by'employ- j cos who had not all tlieir wits about i tnem. In the work of the various Associa- tions great importance is laid upon capable "Travelling sec- retaries are employed to give their4 wnoie time to the extension of the j work to unorganized towns and tho'i classes. Their 1st! thorn ;o con- duct all kinds of mission work among t-ne poor and negit'cted of the various communities. Permanent Headquarters The next si.eD was the creation o; permanent headouurters in euch pla'ce wnere orgar.ixai.ior. hnd been effected and this led tn opening of read- nig rooms and libraries. For raanv In winter, it is hard to get fresh air in certain rooms. Soaie rooms in a. house are usually colder than others, and if you open the windows .'It is hard again to heat the room properly. If you keep the "windows'closed you don't'get fresh air; if you. keep them open you cannot quickly rehett the room> The end odorless the difficulty. You can leave 1 the windows in a room open all day in winter, and when you "close them apply -a match to a Perfection Oil Heater and heat Jhe room to any rem- pe2ture desirc fa a few minutes. the agencies Cut. aiops Ciires colus, heals the threw!! luai_i ten1 s. btirns For -handle and a damper top. It an -aafomaSSe. spreader, which prevents the wick from being turned high f'd 1S easy and drop back so that the vick can be An indicator always shows amount o'f oil in the font. in i to be screwed down. It is put in a cork in a bottle, and is attached to the font by a chain. superviion. of societies already an. ex- istence. wnile the Canadian Associations j nave always maintained rcla-i tions v.-ith those of the. Mother Conn-1 try, they have been in ,closer rela-' bUrnlr or Ssllet7 become wedged, because of a new and consequently, it can always be easily unscrewed in an instant for rewickmg. The Perfection Oil Heater is strong, durable, well made, built for service, yet light and ornamental, Dtalers Eycryuktrc, If not at ycurs. urfr- to the Kfaresf .e for dtscriptiyg cfrafor ;