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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta At least half the secret of the snappy fresh- ness of MAGI Water in bottling. It bottled only at the NEVER ped in from; the in- it gushes forth from 'be- low bed-rock until you open the bottle on your own table, not even the air and much'.leu'any- thing else, ever touches it. .Even on iti journey from bed-rock to botlle, it flovva only through ffl silver and nickel ptpci. .Every bottle ii. washed, sterilized, .with live ttozun tnd then wajhed with MAGI Wattr itielf, it ptttt by our And inside and MAGI Water Cale- donia-Water that .coajt; from, BELOW a inricR that is rizht theArock: "MA.G1 U the ORIGINAL Caledonia from ths original ipring '..hat hut been known to white' men for over century. MAGI may be bouclit from coait to coait, plain or carbonatad. It ia told in quarto at cafec, -siorca, en cafe can and by your by the bottle or the case. .Caledonia :Coif iitd.i" DARING FORGER SPLENDID RECORD OF ST. CYPRIAN'S s Church To Be Dedicated To-Morrow By Bishop Pinkham Really wonderful is the story ot St. 'Cyprians, the new Anglican church, just- completed by the second Anglican- congregation i'u. th'e city, ana to_be dedicated tomorrow by Bishop Hnk'nam, ot" Ualgary; The parish of St. Cyprians W-as only started as a Mission church the last week of February last, when Rev. W: V. McMi Hen "came- from We- taskiwin to cake charge. But by the first of --'April it became self-support- ing aud. very shortly afterwards de- cided upon the erection -of the beau- tiful little church to be consecrated tomorrow, The' total cost' 'of the church, in- cluding 'the lots is and yet the present indebtedness has already been reduced-, to less than .half of that amount.' And that1 in spite of the fact that the congregation is -by means a wealthy one, and is compos- ed' chiefly of men who earn daily bread by manual labor. Be- sides numerous cash donations, mem- bers 'Of tjhe congregation, have for the past three months, worked through- out the upon the "building, "giving their time and labor free. Alt the brickwork, rough carpentery, out- side painting, wiring, sheeting' inside and out and shingling was this, volunteer labor of the congrega- tion, Mr. McMillen himself Avorking hardest of all. church has a seating capacity, KILLED BY Outfit Struck Dead Several Injured 'D., Sept. 3. Kour. wen of Craytiord ami Osborm-'s thresh were instantly killed and four 'olljQrs were- seriously injured by a lightning which struck the DR. TECHNICAl EDUCATION Gives of the __ Us, -and Edward Pet- 'Mess'.. unknown. The bolt struck a terrific crash of thun- the tent on fire and each of injured1 was seriously burned and stunned, being saved onlv bvthe prompt efforts 'of their comrades. Nature of Commission's 'Report i Toronto, Sept. may he considered an advance report of the FATHER'S VAIN ATfl Leo-Ryan's Father Found Him a Corpse on His Arrival Spokane. Sept' the termina-: tion of a trip from East Grand Forks, city; in: response to telegram saying his son was dying i of consumption, Dan Ryan mounted! the stairs of'the Deimar hotel at' _. _________ __ ___ ______ _____ of two hundred and. fifty, and js .Sprague" avenue -shortly "after built_ additional' room required, the chancel will removed, a'trancept added' and: ltie" chancel r-e- placed.-- M'any been 'the .gifts of furri- ishings-an'd so 'forth, donor has presentad. An anonymous scene: a fuli' sef of (j f stainefl glass leaded windows of beautitul tint, which cost several hundred .dollars, the ladies of six o'clock this morning and found his-son, Leo, Ryan, lying dead on. the '-floor- at the top of the-stairs. fell -in. a faint into tho arms of roomers w-no were, on the Dominion Commission on technical education-'was presented to the press- men at the exhibition luncheon this Rev.-Dr. Bryce, oi Win- j oipeg, -one of the chief members ot .that com'irission. Speaking from a two 'monthtiis' investigation in the Maritime., proving Dr. Bryce said, after stating that .the'Dominion Com- mission of-; Conservation' of, which 'is the chairman. was a; .cognate-, body with" the one with" winch, was" connected, "We the conclusion that in "our rural" schools not as iriuch' atten- should paid to the prejoaratiori of'our people velopment mi-He life's of. farming and in f rail "growing, for agriculture is our basis industx-y. Very little at ten tion has been paid 'to the develop- ment, of scientific-methods oi agricul- ture. The- commissioners had come to the- conclusion, Canada was ready with a; -movement towards de- veloping" her industrial The whole wit-h'Tihe- feel-, day ,and if we titilize. what "we.Jiave ve will do great We- are surprise'? to 'see that purs.-great mari- provjiices.. were being- neglected. .It is commission, to. :say how these and other industries are to -be Markets that trade was slight ly. better: supplies with the .s'.tr'n 14 cents -par ,anc .'steers 2.20. Q S- .year" old son of 'Frank" Filler, "of Lavelle, near Pottsville, di.ed.. as .the result. pf..eating, tpadstopZs ih'iiniisitaTie. v': Leading.. officials ofjther.-G; in- London deny., that of. -the, R. 'A mail contract (sen-ice. Avisb. ,to 'state .that, QTir :business .is not "coimected with aiiy r other in the city. AVe handle our own meats of which we always have a fu 11-and fresh sup- -pjy of the choicest- quality. Corner Dufferin nd Ashmead J quick? constnnption for .-the. .past three months, -during' .time he .t the" -Delinar- hot 'days ago] gregatipn- have given the thirty-two his-, condition' pews -in the. body of The 'church. and the.' cho'ir "seats and m'ihis'ter's''desk in the chancel: P. ,G." Woods donated Young, Ryan had 'been suffering from JntplligcntLy, It is Relieved in. some of'the highest .lines-pi indus- tries that the. Maritim-e Pro-vinces Thomas Maclver Tried to 3- uet a vJieap ;r Another' dai-ing was mer-- of th'e thin- Mac-" the patting laid, throughout the a. handsome, lee- ,Ams mi} C..R: Young" a..'fii're.communion that 'Ontario: such. .as ..were "manufactured x Gop'ds this expressed-no tibpe.tsf, ton. leod. Bros., men's "furnishing the' 'Alberta block, Round azrd purchased for 'Sll'O. VaJuailSe1 coon Jn hejtenderf su'cjie'flgfei" which he. 'wrote'' in.' thji presented the ioa" table and set, ,A. fine orgaii_of the JEsteyJ.rnake' has been purcfiased. Considerable ,pains have been taken to; make the Beating and "ventilating, he1- scatetbto" the- 'as-reeling ;better. put on -Jiis clothes the hall. -When Jietjreached.' the top ofirthe .stairs to suddenly reel to the fiocr. He .-'died abput two minutes, later and, three minutes ,-whenj-the- father waik- of! 'the church ideal, with excellent -re- suits, .and -it is sale to saV thai-there e stairs an T the there. is not'-anoihVr- city Where' A-lex .'Siaclean.. signed offered '.leave coat, until time .to ascer'tain was good-. J "o'clock ihis however.' he returned to the :and- asked if they -had presented whi.eiL they had apt. .5 .He then .said that 'tie.and.his. -brother ".were -shipping, cattle., and -go out in 'the, the .coat, to ,take.'withri him. conse- quently; when' :red: the "clerk prese-rjtgoV We I the Imperial upon: --whicE insti: tutio'n it "was'-drawn. VBy-vttie ''bank 'it was ''pronounced' forgery: iSeatle---promptly" reported the. matter police i and the store" to !rthe city and' a race started ibe.immediately, notified. The -cor- pronounced the caused..jbj tubercular trouble .was emoved; to the Turifenll ..Undertaking. .'-'-What j Are "anil-t-tie 25S, ,25cJ...-Bishop Pinkhani.-.-.will -offi.- ciate 'also, which "will; be-, no vies morning. ___. company. The J for w'eli k JULY CELEBRATION Record" of Deatha Lowest having; lived here time 'before 1 '..-.-Jr -5 I j -Bethindge, :-g{ Bath's .aifff due time .before i- r -.-She -Sp'okane. Fourth 'of July A PI'ONEER BISHOP'S j is. (the day this, reat-' shows' a" improvement' 'accord- to the statistics'Compiled by'the1 irnir the. Medical Association, j Stringer Tells of His Terrible whiclfSvere niaderppblic 4LSCH1 ''decrease is 'most; YUKON HARDSHIPS .Some people I who have taken the trouble -to. find--out -what they were- taiking-..about; .have, been -finding, t-he-city council for spend'-', ing the-public money ao' build the I Berts' handsome arch- on -Round of rife worlr-of -the AngH- McPherson last "September V" j marked" where re :E.ignt i leffislatioii -has :'been put 'i Vancouver, Rev. I. 0. Bishop of; effect, the Journal" 'says. the- city j Th'e sumraar; from- Prince1 -he had been :and attending the Fro vineial 'Synod of-Ru- erected in'Jionor or-Sir Wilfrid____ -The :fact is.that t-he arch; Hvas built; with' money -provided by pri-' vate.-.contribution's for Liberals not a -dollar of. public money -was spent-on it; The, arch was designed by-H.-M. H. A. Whiddington, .architects .-and, was Jdecorated by.Terrill; and they deserve great credit-fo-r-its excellent. appearance. It was-praised.- by .all who The .was supplied and dytkrcr--: id by Ben .James, any' remuneration for it.. The.-coal--for bases was the gift, of the-. A'. H..j Co... The Lussier Construction buift the arch. Th'e sumraar7; persons 'Two' thous: 1 twenty-three 'July'-ltn "this" year-, of whom 131 died, seven deaths were due Nineteen were can enurc.1'in- killed out.riffht bv nre arms, 11" -by -Or'powder bombs or tor- A J x OflA, flAA w i t square miles, and to aid in to tb.e; needs of .his the bish-, of whom are ordained, three--lady-.teachers and a number rof "iiative ,catechists. The. Yu- kon River roughly-divides the country in. two-and forms-the: chief-means of otherwise trav-. Rlers proceed by canoe or .pack-horse in by dog or on snow- shoes in winter. Thus it will be seen that.missionary Lpc-rspas have, .injured in work -in the Yukon is-attended by the j Prudence .Day celenrations, of these! f -1--11662 as "the. result of their pedoes', 6 "bji c'anndn or'-'sim'ilar contri- mostly little girl's-, were burned "to "death, by- fire from fire '_'' as js.this showing, it is the best, since., wlien'the Journal' keeping its "record. 'In .1903, 4.419 persons were'lnjured, of whom 408 oi them dy- ing from'.tetanus.' 'The. grand total' Tomatoes; pm: Basket Cantalopes. for ;ibs: idr 2Bc aood E verytliin ..condition; Alexandra- Hotel ALL READY FOR Bir 1U Every points iLa- bor i3ay. parade "and7 celebration 'being the.' biggest any kind' ever held 'Merchants and- 'manufacturers- ;are invited -to- put. -in- --the '-parade. The town of'-Bi'amohd- Ci-tv. has -en-- tered'a float in the Jt wiH-arriv-e in'- the" city tonight. The' baby-, show, '.-and competition, will take- .place at All mothers must wear badges. 'The Miners' Band -will head the' procession, Every union in the city .has signified 'its' intention of partici- pating in The -pn. 'view iit ,.51red the need' tue. honesty.. success as 'said it was ,1'trst man -to' at tack'.'''a any, should'-'be of-, that You. exact tie; other Kand 'Gow's shoe store Coaldale Block, Round A .full list, of theVdonatioils' of priz- es and money will; be published in Tuesday's issue of the Herald. A collection-'will be made on the mostly -little girl's-, grounds on-behalf oi the "ividow "of the "re-d selves as tiypocrites iale" the is always-, a diinones't "SiaiTSifS. cobf.v. late James -Cowan. -who "''was, killed' upon tHe Sinnov block" Jast" week by falling into the basement; rt OMTLE The decoration of the Majestic-the- atre for the public reception was -the work of G-eo. Taylor, the VACUUM HOUSECLEAOT PHONE 1115 OR CALL 411 FORD ST., NEXT POSTQFFJCE K THE HTOBIACH As there is often some, one in your family who suffers an attack of .indi- gestion or some form of -stomach trouble. Trhy if they had it for sale is Tell your pharmacist to let you Proceed, the travelers .-were forced to evident from the rapidity with which the formula, -nlainlv m-inted.nn cache canoe and baggage. Their beinc utilised. the formula, plainly printed on these 50-cent cases of Rape's -Diapepsin, then you will readily see why it'makes Indigestion, Sour. Stomach, Heartburn and other distress- go in five.minutts. and relieves at once such miseries as Belching of Gas, Eructations of sour, undigested food, Nausea. Headaches, Dizziness.'Constipation and other Sto- 'mach disorders. Some folks-have tried so long to find supplies at this time consisted of three it js probable that'the city will be days' rations, and..though, as they for power 'from some unlimit- learned later. Indian camps were SUpply, nearby, such-as could be them, they took wnat appeared the j.-suppiiea from Elko or Bull Hiver best course, -and started to walk back to Fort McPberson. Neither of them knew the trail, but by compass and hav-ing the latter power development, could sup- aiap they reached their goal m twenty-jpjy. energy by the" thousand horsr seven days. {power, at prices that would make .ot Game being very, scarce, the bishop Fernie ,a most desirable place: tor oumt; inea so long to ima hi_ worp forced to Y relief from -inrl to eat -plants, and some rcaer irom