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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Cfrcle Wafer The Letforidee Ptifr Herrtd. Sept. CATHOUC ORGAN DOES NOT AGREE Says Denunciation of Protestantism a Serious Mistake .Toronto, Sept. H.-Register-Extwu tion, the leading organ of the hsh-speeking Catholics of Canada says editoriall, this week. "We feel somehow. Fattier Vaughan's denunciation ol Protest- antism as lz soulless religion.' was a serious mistake. It is an of-1 rcjaowri nw ong fensive phrase, and we have been ob- realms of Physics. Meeting to offensive phrases. The ex- knows that fnritis wh pression means -nothing, and has mere Ij to stir up bad feeling and to create sentiments- of resentment in the breasts of kindly aad well-inten- tioned Protestants. Abuse never made a we feel that .Catholic truth can be .unfolded with- out inflaming the prejudices, 01 those who hold opposite views. kindly, tactful, words of his Grace Archbishop. Bruchesi and tie equally kindly urbane and diplomatic message- of His Eminence Cardinal Vannutelh were more in keeping with the true spirit of Euchar- jsne celebration. The Hoiv Father Inmseli has-been touched -by "the sym- pathetic, attitude of Canada Kd Se Empire! towards splendid reli- gious demonstration, and has public expression of-his satisfaction aad gratitude. WORLD'S DEBT mw TO CANADA mmm A Wonderful Achievement Canada s fame does not rwt on her furs and wheat fiolds. Her ia the esteem of the -world not due to her Cobalt Itsi6 the work of her men that has made her great A. graduate of McGill University won lasting renown for his original in Certain Parties on Boute Interfere with Grad- ing Operations was new tele- vi Everyone knows that frmtis whole- when eaten judiciously. Physicians, generally recognize the fact that fruit juices have a beneficial effect on the varibus'.organs of the body. __ It, remained ,for. a Canadian phyti. ciaalo discover a process whereby the medicinal "action of fruit could be so increased as to make the intensified juices a wonderful cure. is this combination and tonics. Siace: iti introduction to the public, "Fruit-a- taves met -with a success accorded to no other medicine in the world. The reason is plain. ".Fnut-a-tives is the one remedy that is actually made of "nit, the only remedy that naturally cures Bilious- ness, Indigestion, Headaches, Rheu- matism, Kidney and SKIH Troubles., At all dealers at 6.for ortrial size, 250., or from Fruit-a-tiyes limited, Ottawa. This week there are thousands of Cat-bohcs praying, for Protest SESSION f N WON- anu mends, and wean well beiievpl MAYOR'S WELCOME mends, and wean .well believe' mat -there are many', thousands of r -r, a v mousanos o earnest Protestants .looking wistfullv TO -Aionoreal and, if their forefathers made a -mistake.. rbuilding located about" one quarter of .a mile from the town, .which will be a good addition for-the rising cecer- ;ation, at be used for a town .school-for.3 time. _aii' P T> "P of the' was on Monday Sept. 13, at ihe oi-Rob- ssS SoziTit of .'ISigii the sale-being a to the mmoucfr of day. is situated 5-17-24, i mad is likiely to avocation i anr befcweea and Cal-" garr, the" centre of good spring wheat district, ,-which, is -well settled. Tne already'has: a 'Banlc Tof.j Eamiiton, iitree general a.nd a i office and people are" busy now." EXPLODE A BOMB IN NEW YORK 3few York.-Sept. writing ttreatening. letters waif. for 55.000, WanckhandcS" day exploded a -bomib in front of the jme store of Enrico Cassabiasica. on avenue. Ths expJosion demol- part of tiie five storey created a panic in the neigiHwr- ii bUciir foreiathers made a mistake., Thev are the heirs of the'sad sixteenth "-cen- tury tragedy which, divided the Chris- tian .world into two hostile camps hut today they are, looking for proofs' not abuse. The case for the real presence in tbe sacrament of the Holy Eucharist is very- strong! Luther be- MAYOR'S WELCOME 'Montreal, Sept, second nual convention', -Canadian federation of Labor was commenced at. headquarters of i raUway .this- morning by TOiC- that the plans for over one Hun- dred miles of the road been ap- proved- The portion so far meeting approval extends from -the boundary to Pincher station, A further de- lay is caused in commencing construc- tion work through the attitude -of .certain, parties along the .surveyed route standing in the way of the company .to .prevent, immediate grad- ing..-The railway people, however, are doing everything power .to .hasten matters, and its is expected that work" will started on the road m a.very -short time. -The president of "the. road will be here to attend, .the first general meet- ing the shareholders on the 30th and will e0 surveyed route borne 01 the most prominent men 'in tne province, from an influential and nnaccial standpoint, will'be among toe directorate of this.-new road; A of confidence in the pro- -posed road is now'general among the people, all of whom are-now anxious- ly awaiting .further. developments." .'lengthy visit to Ontario Mr- and Mrs.-.p: Bertles and son, ar- rived home "on Saturday. Mr You Couldn't do with An Ordinary Range because it; has an ordinary grate. If'the fire'goes'out end of tlje you must of; the live coal to rebuild it. Not so with the McClary Alta Steel Range. You can-dump the ashes "it1 either and'build a new fire without "disturbino-, tHeJ-firP 'in the-other: end. The -MdClary Patent Duplex double and independent in operations-makes d6ad'; end7 and saves coal through unnecessary in. the City Hall thjs -morning; about eighty. delegates in attendance The convention was verdon, president of rea .National Trades an4. Labor 'CbunciL a-parel-v Radian labor ence today, and, as Sir a few days ago! it is impossiDle to ions. f v liy w to "fauiid several build-1 ings, among- -trhich- 1 icarket, bil-j liard ball aod two restaurants. Reuben of Forfar, 30 years oH: is cnargea -with attempting "to wreck ajrain On the B.T W. N. Raawav The alleged offence occurred on AuU ust 8th last, A. quantity of rocks and timber was found on the track and! it as charged that" -Lee put .it there believe that a mystery., so tremendous so profoundly attractive, and so inti- mately connected with tne ievstone of Christian faitn, so vouched tor -the testimony qf the- saints, can be allowed, to remain an open question beiiere we are right, and' -we think -we-can prove it, and, as OIir fneirds, are looking for tne steamer for- neglecting UJU, M-Cfc J r les reports the -crops .as good in i banner province, aad while there tot c m.; the .The numerous" firiends of Corporal Bower of the RA'.W.M.P., were pleas ed to see him on. a visit- to town this week. been an a tuntinc trip in the mountains and left for his" present, station at. -.Claresholm Tuesday. Miss Cameron, of Proctor, B :C" i on .a visit to'the Misses'Cox here The uniforms: for 'the public schoo cadets, have -are both neat and serviceable, and -will give roe boys .a" decidedly- military appear- ancei Ss Knee to an extent that now confines to his" bed.' series of .quadrille dances will :ommence in -'the opera house, on Fri- Alayor -welooined the dele- gates 6a behalf ;of the. city. Presi- "James Patterson, ,of Ottawa "in gress the congress, had made was report .HOUSE IS i Tb ASSEMBLE .ABOUT NOV. Parliam-eiit 11 feasts Jfcar it --will -'be As- shortage m supply, of laborers fe: retarding the this district.-About sev enty-nre men; .ar'e needed; Russell .Crreeiiway, eldest son of Wm. Crystal City, Man., died-at tie. age of 37. For the had aSal- Wright, class Old: Timers1 place in Tuesday, sister of is forming a the Sept. Fith; the excep- -.Messrs.- Liehoietts, Ajleswortb. J- Fho; ,-arfe, and Mr -who' is: in Scotia, all 016 ministers have returned to Graham came .-home- from- today and There leaves on, Wednesday Ito 'Beacb.. Mr. at the BURGLARS; VIRDEN- a general -store' nere under- Worth ofDry Goods, Hardware and Furniture to _ Ott in Thirty Days at 50 Cents On The THE HARVARD CO. CRABBSTREET ft- the nextS day, have the opportunity Look Down These Prices And 100 LADIES' AND GENTS'-EAIN COATS Usual price Si 1.00. Sale price.. 50 LADIES.' CEA VEDETTES Usual pricn This sale se- GENTS EXTEAHEATT "oTEJR-' Usual This sale 20 STJPEEIOE QUALITY GENTS' SUITS Usual S20.00. This sale.., 12 ONLY LADIES' BLACK SILK W Usual This sale 1000 A large stock of small Harcfr a ________________Street MEFS. sale....................._._ _ MEN'S .WOBEESTQ B. Z Usual This sale 50 PAIRS LADIES', aENTS' BOOTS A5TD prices. All chopped inHALV 50 PAIE6 Usual price 60c. TMs sale 24 PAIRS -POLICE' SUSPENDERS-Usuai price 30c. TMs .i5c tne for the little old store on e stock will surprise you. 50 SMYB3STA EEVEPvSIBLE patterns; 30 r 60. "Usual 85. TMs sale S9 v. WISTTEE- COATS-LTsual SS.OO Ihis sale............. LADIES; AA-D GBJTTS' HOSE-AII 50 r.T" the price to our salesman and the _ CUL c yours. Sale Commences on Wednesday Next, September THE STOCK OF THE chop me semng price --------Come Early andjjet the Firstjbgw ON-STUCKEY COMPANY ;