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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Satufday, October S' I cdoais Wntcr by oorne; if you don't i ruin ttie- risk of i tint jast Ordinary THE As An Aid To Digestion there is no mineral water superior to Magi. Taken before meals, the flow of the gastric juice is excited; taken acidity of the stomach is neutralized.. Your phy- sician will tell you that oae water from the Caledonia ANNUAL CONVENTION OF ALBERTA S.S. AT CALGARY NEXT AGI, botded only at the IE sold either latural or csrbon- ited a'nd mey '.be bought ,fro.ta coast fjto coast, iii. splits, qua rts' "and jail-gallons at czies, iiotsls. barsj drug- ?itores or railroad jOr from your grocer y the bottle or case. THI WATER own remedy. He cen tell you bow the sodium chloride In ,4 M e g j, com- bin ing with lactic acid in the stomach, liberates hydro- chloric acid, increasiDjf amowEt of pepsin, aiding digei- tion and helping exudation. .You should drink Be. sure you esk for it fay name. CONVENTION CALENDAR Monday, Oct.. 31, Kno'x. Pres- oyterian' Union meeting of Methodist, Presbyterian and Baptist People's Tuesday, Nov. 1, .9. a.m., 8 Presbyterian Young People's so convention for A'Iberta in Knos church Methodist -Young People's raJly for iet The Caledonia Springs Caledonia Springs, Co., Limited Ontario 15 .NEWS FROM OAK HURST .5, JR. 6, w. Oct. our gen- storekeepr, has 'just returned from 0 weeks' visit to 11 which proposed Oakhurst School District, and fo elect three trustees; Jas. Car- ter, was elected trustee for a term of tm'ee years, F. G. Stone for term of two-years, and E. H. Davies tor one ir respectively.' Kaska-is building a-log .house} tor'..Stanley Carter upon his home- stead. Tom Bowcott has been.; busy these past .tew days renovating-, iiis-.-shack. The'Rev. A: conduced a-ser on Sunday last at the borne of tr. -A'. Uhiids, there being thirty-siv persons present The subject was "The Sermon on ".the Alouat." The RC'v. A. T. .Nash preaches here every alternate Sunday, and ts- cing his homestead, much respected, '.as High the misfortune tola's sixty-nine homesteaders twice oat 'he went -to look into the lum- 'business, as he contemplates open- a lumber yard here. ft Coombes; met with a nasty ac- r.he other day while digging coal mine, some four or five I'eec of failing upon him, breaking one of his ribs. Am to see that, he is getting again. George Kaska has -.built for -him- good roomy log house. C-arter has been busy for the si few days fencing his -homestead. Stone .had i one of his.horses recently by it ing into an. open well upon his farm M. Barney and. his son Ernest home again after Jseing absent ree months on- a round up for JJ. ooper. .-meeting .-of the ratepayers was to vote on the that belabored-ip that capacity bis salary paid Ontario, and Alber- ta bad tofiprovide her sbare of the pensee onJ-y. On Maya, Muirhea.U took up the i-worlv for Saskatchewan only, and H. P. 3-tenay came from peg as secretary for Alberta only. At tnac time all? the goods and chattels not be right to pass the name of Geo. S. Dingle without special, mention. He harf been, a tower of strength to-the organization, having had long experi- ence in such woric in .Winnipeg before coining to- Calgary. The Lethbridoe District That tire Sunday School Association or the ProQvince of Ajtberta is making raipia strides is .hardly to be wondered, at if all the twenty-two districts of the bothans, G. C, Collier, 'IV S. McKenzie, J. TorraneeV Walter Jordan. Departmental -Superintenclenls: McGrath, Taber. Advanced M. 'A. Mason Warner. Adult Bible T. S. McKenzie. Home Department Mrs. 0. '3. Tait. J. M. JOHNSTON, Winnipeg, one of the leading special- ists at the Sunday School Convention. Aloerta in Central Young People's union convention in tne First Baptist church. Tuesday, Xov. 1. 5.00 co 7.45 Convention tea, addresses of j etc., in the Central Methodist church, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 9 a.m., S of the ninth annual con- to hear him on. several, occasions. Mrs. Jas- Carter, our popular 'vocal ist, is busy enteretaining- visitors to day. MRS. MARY FOSTER SRYNER, Chicago, superintetsdent of the Ele- mentary''Department International .S. Association, leading specialist at the Convention. STOMACH AND A Little Your T. SMITH, of. the musical direct- "at t-he -S'.S. Convention province have' made. the proportionate groxvtV.that, the -Lethbridge district "trie qonvennbn of last year, held' at-' the Lethbridge dis- inct-" reported seventeen schools, which was one' hundred per cent, in- crease the previous year. This the." district report fifty schoois.-; jiicre'ase, of over 300 per cent, over and 600 over 'timt Vancouver, Adult Bible 'class s'p'ecial- Jsr nrthe S. -S.. Convention Teacher D..'Austin. VV. Bryden, As there is often some family who suffers-an gestion or some form; of Stomach.trou- ble, why keep sin in the house This anything you can slightest overcome; a sour, gassy Stomach tor LCi k f- .t .t.si1 r. Tell your pharmacist you read the oa, 50-cent.'cases of j then you will j Indigestion, Sour- i.burn and Bother, distresB I minutes, such i miseries as Belching' j tions of sour, Headaches, and other .Some folks have tried relief from sia or' an stoinabfi.i the common, tised liat they havev. their minds of tf.-o years, ago, During- the past of this'-'association were contained in. one suit case. It 'Was not enough to have a sec- (retary, for Alberta, 'so in. October of the same year it was found necessary i I to secure a.a assistant to help the gen- eral secretary, and Miss Iva M. Silver- thorn: received. apipcinrment. 'November, an office the Y. ifijC. A. building-in Uaag2.ry, until'.nov.- jiie stock and prop- erty of the associatibn is quite exten- sive, and-if, "was ..found necessary to elsewhere." i-'manciaily. the development has An attempt as being, made to reor- Untfl you iiavc heard- Amberol Records you have not heard tlie REV. J. E. TYNER, Convenor of the Baptist Y. P. Union! Convention I i I i vention of the Alberta Sunday school association in Central Methodist! meetings at 4 p.m.! in Central, Knox and First Baptist I churches. j Thursday, Nov. 3, 0 tion officers. Prayer meeting in the ladies' parlor of Central church. Thursday, Nov. 2, 9.30 terian. Sunday school conference in at its best Amberol Records open an entirely new field of music for Edison Phonograph owners. They offer music which by reason of its length cannot be secured on any other record. They offer not only a wider range of music, but a higher grade and a better rendition than has before been possible. The tone of Amberol Records is matchless. They have a clearer, richer tone and more delicate interpretation than that of any other Edison Records, which means that they are superior to all other records. 31. Leth- o.rldge. Kejvreseutstive froru the district to. the Provincial Jordan. MRS. MARY FOSTER BRYNEJV CHICAGO Few-women on, this .continent bear rile high reputation, which ner does. She is known--as the "in- j lernarional elementary and is one of the finest platform -speakers available in either sex. -Her vbioce is not harsh but heard her speak to an; audience of y Thousands with -perfect case. A.. BUTCHART Ciu-' Commissioaer, Edmonton, presi- dent of the Alberta.-S. S. Convention year the has "be corne t'uJIy in the "seven de partmenrs ol Sunilay schoal work and it is anticipated that much good [work will result 'the Quite a largo' number of delegates ave-already 'been elected-to attend' ie'Provincial Couveatioh at Calgary PROF. L. L. Chicago, chief musical director of the Great Sunday School Convention It is certain that the people of Al- berta will be siniply 1-er K. F. KENN.Y, secretary of the Alberta, Sunday school Association. phenomenal. At the convention of a year ago the treasurer reported receipts amounting to ?7P8 -for an en- tire year. The cash contributions tlie same period this'year have been! an increase of 3-S4 per cent a single year. Now 'jere are 21 districts or ations throug-houl. :he province, a or officers in each. In facr. the volunteer forrc ot the associarior- in officers alone, no-.v amounts to 250, A new consur-.irjon hag been prepared nnd wiil be submiired to riiis conven- on 1-4, and numerous others-are i laiiy reoorteci The south j fork at this convention. She will country will be well represented, and! speak several times'-as the it is anticipated that Sunday school pnaieates. She will also lead a con in this district be pushed for elementary workers which rapidly to the. front as a result. "ill be a rare otjpdr-tunity for all these. The following comprise the to get f.touch vrit-i one etc., of tb.e Lethbridge District: knowledge rtld ability 's Uti'icers: j t-syond question, President; X D. vies-' Erj-ncr has 'held'the position" president, G, C. Collier; secretary-.jcf oiemenrary superintendent tho Jordan. j inteTnational Sunday scliool assoc-ia- Central Committee: J. D. Higin- tion for a considerable porJod. sue- else wrong, 'or case of Nervousness, the Stomach or This, no doubt, Tour real trouble" is not digest; sours, turns poison, which tract and intestines., sou the A hearty, gi.'-.tion, and .without comfort or" misery: of waiting as soon, as you t-j try Pape's ceeding Parties..some Mrs. Bryner is "on the. attending lions. She is now in-British fcia, but wiil-'reach- Calgary oa 'clay. Nov. Morning, Session E.-W-EST Olds, official accompanist at-the .-Sun- day School Convention. ings I will order my prayer uiito thee and will keep Responding to the brief accounts of Touns- People's doings. What's doing be Purpose of Young Peo-. pie's Societies. What does for the (Continued en page There are Edisoa. dealers every- where. Go to tho nearest and beartho Edison Phonograph play both Edison Standard ami Edison Amberol Rec- ords. Gei complete catalogs from your dealer or from us. Edison Phonographs, to S240.00. Edison Standard Records, 40c. Edison Amberol.Records (play twice as er.c. Edison Opora Kecords, Soc. to REV.'A. D. RICHARDS, B.A. of the Methodist Y.P. Rally. Knox Church .Metfcodisf Sunday school conference in Centra! cburch Baptist. Sunday School conference in First Baprisr church. Thursday. Nov. -2 p.m. and S p.m. General sessions of convention in i Central church. Tfturstiay, Xov. 3, fi.15 p.m Miss- ionary and Bible study banquet in Central church, men's ciub rooms. Friday, Nov. i, 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. General convention sessions in Cent- Friday. 4. 10.15 to noon Ele- mentary, advanced and adults' divis- ion conferences in Firsr Baptist. Knox and churches? respectively. Friday, Nov. 4, 8 Juvenile missionary cantata "The World for in r.lic new Shriners temple. GROWTH OF ALBERTA REV. A. C. MYERS, Kcirnontor. convenor of the -Synod's Young People's Committed and Convention. uor., wlnrb S. S. ASSOCIATION i sanitation merely the provincial or- NatJonal Phonograph Co., 100 Lakeside Avc., Orange, N. J., U. S. A. EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND SOL3 BY porting Goody Co. -112 Filth St v Thiwi An-. Robertson Co, a federation or I'rior TO May 1. the work in these districts. Ti i? anticipated that connection with this assofiatioii was jtiiis arranfrc-n-.enr. materially stren onnrely volunlary. Five provincial jgi hen the or sanitation and make the c-oisvcni.ions have- lieon herd. bin. the j go rnndi than ever, still quite; primitive, ier. A: dato Suiar' Miiirliond wasj- Th.-s credir of this rapid devftlcp- sent out MU; Ontario School j men; ia due to the fino committee of to work tJic proviuc- jmen who have beer. to of Snskatc-iu-.vnn, and business -that ;hev might, by some nsh Durinj; tiio bolp the along. It would about the fit of your rwear. Buy-the kind into ;