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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta GET AT THE HEART OF TKIKGS The fire box is the life of your range, the oven its heart organ quite as important in a good stove as in a. human being, Rather a, far-fetched comparison, you think? Not at, "If the" fire box in your range Is too large for .the oven, it means an extravagant waste of the fuel is ex- pensive. "On the" other hand, if the fire box is too small, inef- ficiency is the result. Now, the fire box in each size of the, DELIVERANCE BY PRESBYTERIANS The Eucharistic Congress Causes Official State- ment to be issued Ottawa, Sept. by the Kueharistic Congress in .Montreal, the j Presbyterians of Ottawa in connec- jnon Presbyterian church' in Canada made a deliverance for pres- ontation to its own constituency and In-the belief that it may an aid to L Beptejhber Please send in your -At day, so we nu-v sta-t the receiving-list in this de- partment immediately. 'tZt Jim T r SOCIAL AND PERSONAL HAPPY .Is scientifically proportioned" tcrthe size of the is eo in each variety of the range. 3So other stove manufacturers seem to have realized the vital .importance of this feature. where you benefit, if your range is a "'Happy A book will be sent you free of charge if you -will just us a post card. Win. Buck Stove Co., Ltd., Srantford. the one and onlv mediator God and Man as m the Old lestament. The passover lamb and the serpent of the wilderness reni- j sentiug Christ were not to be 'bowecl so we never adore the bread' and wine of the Lord's Sapper as i" done; in connection with tfte mass ,1-or especially for children and uneducated people there is in this adoration ..great danger of the evils of, narrowness and superstition even of. idolatory. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper was not by Christ's ordinance reserved, carried "out lifted up or worshipped. Every sentence, ot, this-article with its simple beauty AGENT FOR LETHBRIDGE. Mrs.-. Rome wjio arrived home f'-om the coast, early-in the week was" ac- companied by'her'father, .Mr. Cha-les- on, and sister, Miss Charleson of Vancouver. They will be her for a few days. Among -those; who have reserved seats for .the Sherwood-Lislem cital Monday .evening next iu me Majestic theatre are Mr. an-d Mr< Conybeare, Mr. and Mrs'. J x RH-' chie, Mr. and -Mrs. E. A ham, Mr. and .Mrs. W. A. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs: Fairfield; Mr. aid Mrs' M. Johnstons. Mr. and Mrs. CRIPPENIS But is Very Much kgitated--Tfial .Adjourned London, Sept. crown pro- _ iare- slowly unravelling a .j. 1 chain, of..evidence with which they convict Dr. Hawley H. Grip- pen of his wife, the music .hall'jsmger, Belle Elmore, with Ethel Leneve as accessory after the fact. If was'expected that important medical testimony would be given early in the court proceedings, but 4- spirit of Christian sympathy for all men that truth may be kno'wa aided -and God glorified." man PERSIANS APPOINT AS ADVISORS Sept. Ths decis- St. Petersbur ion of -the Persian National Council to appoint seven Americans instead of Frenchmen as financial advisees- of the Persian government, comes as the culmination of a heated dispute and has caused a split between the ministry and a party. Russia and Great Britain are understood to favor advisors ..belonging to neutral states and Mrs. McQure, A. Sharman, Mr. and i: Fei- Dr.' and .Mrs. E. ___ L L AS (juith. Mr. ;and Mrs. W. "li." McLel- land, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wright and Mrs; Hatch. iis presentation has been delayed un- til the .counsel' for the defence har. had an opportunity of viewing the aias.T The trial has therefore been Sept. 14. A marked change in the deraeanor of Crippen is noted. He is less-do wn- Miss Leneve replied in-mono- syllables, keeping her eyes on, tho She was mucn agitated- ujfcr throughput.the hearing and had trou- ble in "controlling; herself when the mt- circumstances, attending the finding of the remains., were narrated by In- spector Tho inspector brought out a'new point, testifying that he found in- the garden under a heap ofv rubbish some clay similar to that in HARNESS WIND AND SUN if." T0 PRODUCE ENERGY If Sheffield, Sept. At the meeting J: of the -British" Association, R.' A. Fes- senden; of HamHton, outlined- the pos- "k sibilities of harnessing the- wind' and sun to produce electrical energy He said that the number of windmills g; around the coast could give power to ifvrun- all the railways, factories and electric light stations in Great Britain But he added amid laughter, that with energy the -country would not do BO well. Sir William XVhite also doutrt- ied. practicability of -any .scheme for a of: solar energy. At the con- man, of Toronto, president of Geolo- gical'section, proposed a', vote of thanks to people of .this city .for what he described "as. the-generous arrange- ments for .ie reception, and entertain- ment of" the visitors; of the meeting, Dr.- A. P. Cole- IS NOW AN ALDERMAN Winnipeg, Sept Boyd has accepted the offer of the Citv Council to a seat at the board vacat- ed-by the-death a: of Aid. Ring. Mr. Boyd was the. defeat- ed candidate at the January ele-- .tions, and as such the Mayor had the prerogative ot offerin GET PREFFRFNf vUUl 1 JsilJyl LulJUIv 'London; Ont., Sept. is a big stir" here strikers over the statement made by promi- nent railway officials that, no more passenger men will be reinstated. Su- perintendent Bowker, when asked. Mr. and Mrs.: R. Adams'of Watford, Ont.. who have been visiting the for- mer's brother, -Mayor Adams, lett for the Ease yesterday, Mrs. Tom L. Clark- who has been recuperating' at Crow's Nest for the past few. returned home with her Mttle daughters' yesterday Miss .Helen McKillop left yester- day for. Toronto' where she will at- tend. Wesfebourne Colloge. ALLOW GUAR [OST Sept. Frederick Bordea. and Hprt., Li P. Brodeur had a conference today regarding the par- ticipation of the 65th regiment as a guard of the host in Sunday's Eucliar istic procession at_ Montreal. It' was agreed that Roman Catholic members'- oiE that-'body should be allowed to _ parade as usual on the feast of. Cor- pus Christi -and that the previous, or- I J _T i CYCLONE PLAYS "MARKETS kelson, Sept. cyclonic ,-whni- storm at .Crestoh' yesterday did cou- siderable off roofing, vWirihipeg' Wheat opened 102 closed: 101 .1-4. Dec orened 100, j closed 00 opened 101 3-4. closed. 104 close 103 1-2 2 Nor.; 102-.'.3 Nor." 99- 3-4; 2 wliite oats i Winnipeg Live Stock smashing .destroying a Sept