Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
Rings f Rings I Gem Rings set with Diamonds. Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires, Topaz and other precious stones. Band Rings Signet Rings Rings for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. Call and see the display of Kitten. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler The British and Foreign Bible Society Men*and women, hastening from the 'tender associations of thoif own homeland, attracted by the hrltflit prospects of ft now homo, and of future comforts I hoy had no hope of ever attaining where they cotno from have reached our hind nnd nro still coming by bonl, nnd train nnd wittf-on, like the shuttle of u great loom, weaving into the fabric of this lust nntion nn astonishing diversity of pcopJt'H-Italians nnd (liwlu, Teuton* nnd Colts, Slavs nnd Syrians, Africanders nnd Sikhs, I'binese and Polos, Icelandic nnd llehivws, black and white, yellow nnd deep tan; ami ns wo brush shoulders with them, all who belong to the redeemed Church You willJwjju^it^jiossibly tliis season, nnd will requjrc Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OR- % Hot Water System We are prepnred to give you right prices nnd the best of material. We make a specialty of this work nnd you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your nest job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK (& Wahely The Leading Tinners. Plumbers. Steam ami Hot Water Fitters. Scandinavian" one man cried over �the fence to the Colporteur. "Yw t hnve the Hlblo In Norwegian, banish nnd Swedtsh." lie was without the HI hie nnd expressed his surprise, 1 had it in his own language and he bought u copy. Since the middle of March when the Colporteur loft his home In thenorth for work In Southern Alberta he has visited (1,'M-I homes. Helling *r-der cost price \\\Vi lUbl.>s nh 1 UUS Testaments. 11 bibles and 18 IVMtt tnents have been Riven away free, besides 78H lllliles nnd Testaments which were also distributed frow In Calgary, making a grand total of I.-'AH'i Kcripunvs scattered since March. 78 ivople ilestltuto of the Word of (!od huvo Ikvii supplied, ouch hi the language* ivculiiu to their own inoth-er-tongu.otio.st local interest, arise from loins of how to stretch out n helping hand--they nsk themselves "What point of nihility have wo with these so entirely different jvoplwV' What saith tile Wisdom of r.oit" The answer is found in .lohii XI1. ili!, given from the lips of lliln who received Itts Words from the Cat her "I. If t be liftoil up from the earth will draw all men unto me " if ".ill men are in e for eternity, it is evident the church has a glfcuntic work before her. Our ilrst work is to pray for these s runners who are hungering for the iovo of (lod. made Known to us S'ext to look no longer on our own things which wld benefit others -ve mny toll them of the things which make for |*'aeo nnd salvation hy Introducing or helping to intro -dure to them a copy of the Hihlo in the familiur tongue of their child -hood. It is the hook of Jesus Christ and j He has a universal claim upon every | soul, wiiltotit respect of |>ersons., and, we cannot afford to lose sigln of His) Crown-rights in every life, dud's I word tells us that .lesus tu in tins) ] new land and lie hus power on earth! to forgive wins. The Hihl,, "s ,0 wh" wft� tne first Church with Scriptures in -tOtt dif -1 "mM to st'u'' P'"willK winter wheat ferent l.ungungos-onch copv unfetter- j 1,1 *"'��**�. ��� ""' "rst winterwheat ed by note or comment. Unit it may I K'"ov n m lhe ('�nlsU�� district was I Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. the work done by the Colporteur In ltothbridgo. He has made WOO visits sold 12.-, mIiles. and 101 Testaments receiving Silil.tlO in cash. Ho tollnd oceusioii to give away free tight HihleK nnd 7 Testaments, mid supplied tin* hoods of who were previously without the Scriptures, Lrt us praise tlod for these things. We know nut which shall pro.r. "this as Ihejor thai." latt the sivd-corn has bcVn scattered on Hi,- waters. What np -I "ears like sowing in the sea, faith in C.od knows II will yield a hurvvM for our Saviours Kingdom. The Colporteur desires to lhank the ministers of the different churches, us well as individual Chris*inns for, their) heavty sympathy and co-operation in j the work, (f your interest has been aroused will you help give n .Bible to your neighbor? Tlvc Ministers of tho City will receive any subscriptions, nnd the local branch will be crc�tttt�\ with the amount. TltOS. It. TCUNIU'U.. Colporteur of the .Canadian Hlhlo- Society. *x**Me>:**':*3e**x^^ to George Rogar�**���s��^^ YARD - NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders' Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Tar Paper Building Paper Cedar Fence Posts DR7WING. If yon wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped car .age business in tho city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay nnd Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all |purts of the city on short uotice. Some More Sputtering. A good deal has Ixvn said from ure because just nn intense shadow of the original lieiug. Knch change ol nppnrol was accurately registered, nnd many people, no doubt have hardly realized yet how many moving, pictures of varying degrees of In-teresl they hnve made for live occupant of the other room. The sec rets thus disclosed He buried in iin-I titrnlty and there is no necessity to 'mention names or go into closer tie-I tail. run nnd be glorified by the Holy Spirit. In 1900 there wore fl-l different nationalities, representing i!l5.01'2 itninigninLs who landed in Cnnndn Prom the Cnited States alone we had 63.782. These compos-ito iieoplo aw but tiny rivulets from the 8.10 millions which Is said to be the proportion of the unovnngidlsed world. Hut these thousands stand within our gates, nnd we cannot \yt ibein go down to their graves without the knowledge of Christ as their Saviour Tho Colporteur ("the JJible man" as he is fnnillinrly called) ol the Can ndian Ilible Society hits been Inbotir-ing in Alltorta for the past four yours-golug up nnd down lhe province-over the prnirio nnd through woods, fording rivers and climbing hills, i-iittinK over fro7en lakes, and traversing lonely trails. u|i to find tho scattered homesteaders' bringing with him the glutt tidings of Salvation. "\>oU haven't got a Hlblo in the work of j KrowM J��* outside of ,tl�o present; town limits of Cardston by Robert | Dnines, who had Hindu n visit to' I'tnh in 1888 nnd brought back with him two bushels of Odessa winter, wheat in a hag. Mr. C. O. Card.; founder of the colony, hud two nci\* j of breaking at the lCnsi end of town, ami allowed ItoN'rt HaiiieS to fMtt I t X Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. ] Office-First door south of Opera House Phone 63 YOUR WIRING should be dono by experts if you would huve it both safe and satisfactory. Wo wire buildiugu for all kinds of Electrical Appliances and can furnish electricians with ull that is most modern in electri-. cal supplies. McKenzie & Roy Office- liedpath St. Lethbridge Phone 204 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men'b shoes soled nnd heeled in 80 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. Stock Saddles General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaued up, sellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a poBt card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt attention. COAL must be paid for on delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. VVM. TAYLOR', Lethbridge Tho Standard Oil Company issued [a pamphlet thin week to its employ "~~*" loos and (dock-holders rein live to tho Farm Harness, Concord Harness, �ao,ooo,Doo fine in Indiana, it de-Straps, etc., always on hand. 'clares that the v. i dirt was obtained by the Government upon the moat "~""- hairsplitiny technicality aidetl by We oan guarantee you complete tho �'gorous exclusion of everything the wheat in theiv. The implements we had in those days were simple, so the flrst bushel was harrowed in with the old drug burrow, the sort we made otirelves with tooth ainde hy the blacksmith and then inserted in a triangle made of logs. Kobert worked his first bushel of winter wheat into the ground in November, but. hating a predilection for ayounfr Intly in town who sent word imV to the field that she wuntod to go Cor a ride. Mi. Haines, forgetting that delays niv dangerous in most rases, drop]n-d (us work nnd wont for tho ride, louving the harrowing of the other bushel till the next tiny. Hut. und there is often a 'but' In Alberta ns .to wentlier changes, the weather changed in the night, and Kobert, who probably hud n streak in him such as we all have, which Itent time to the old ballad of: ' Stolen sweets nro always sweeter, Stolen Ui*Hen much completer, Stolen I'.nks ure nice in dm pels. Sto|,.n, stolen bo your app.les." a ci:u:im.\Ti:ii snohku. Wo had one visitor from Montana that was ivlebroled over the state of Montana und Die province of Allvrtu for snoring. When he stayed over night we arranged our beds mid sought repose, but not wishing to hurt his hidings, for he was n very big man. \\y did not try any dip -lomacy nt the right time but pre -tended to snooze. This traveller was a good slee|ior nnd soon was roar -t'Sng like a bull, heaving up from bis innards growls growls and roars of a (piultty never heard on earth 1h-foiv or since, First one and then another arose. muttered his evening prayer and rolled up his hlunkctsnnd left for the barn or the hay corral, drifting back in the morning with his bed. Tho nurin disturlier of the |>oace never moved a muscle or even incidentally remarked that there was anything jx^uliar about himself, and omitted to notice the exodus or the ivturning of the animals to the ark. "Whore ignorance is bliss (if it was ignorance) it is foolish to lie otherwise," and there are always troubles of some sort in this world, and. as the old lady sniil, "If it t'uint one thing its t'other." And as the sailor poet says also: TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- % Everything required in the construction of a Building, � Lumber nnd all kinds of Mill Work l)o not send all your money to Calgary and Craubrook. x Help to Kfi!er acre and H often goes very much higher. The seed is, however, now somewhat mixed but u little careful selection wouUI struighton matters out. (Mr. T. 11. Woolfnrd l>efore the Ki'aln coiiiuiisKion.) In tho days ol the eighties there was a great scarcity of lumber and the urst load hauled in, which was Jiritish Columbia Cellar, cost $72 p�>r thousand The price is rapidly going back to this level. . "Oh them big bugs hnve bigger bugs That jump on them and bite An' the bigger Im^s have buys, An' so ad infiiiituin " em; othei One in Dad's Dinner Fail A Honey Jumble, one of our !500 diflenut Sweet Cakes, made from Alberta flour, is just the thing to finish olf n lunch with. It is satisfying and also very healthy. Sold in bulk by all good gro-cers. If your grocer does not sell Honey Jumbles, write direct for a package to factory Wait tor Alblnro-It's a Soda Biscuit mn-r. ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. a:u. OAUiAltY A ALT A A A Lethbridge Financial (EX Realty Co. Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokerst Fire Insurance a specialty. R. V. GIBBONS Manager, - Lethbridge Office, Ott Block Phone 222 Perferl ventilation is the licit iv quiremeut of a kitchen. Next, comes light nnd possibilities of cleanliness with the expenditure of 'the least labor. nKI'OWK NRPAItATIC HlCJinOOMS (ami:. This scarcity of lumber was folt for sonic years, especially in houses that wanted to Ik- stylish ami divid oil 'into separate liedrnoms, for, though divided into four sleeping rooms, there was comparatively lit tie real privacy and everythiag that wont on in tho next room could bo heard. And. if tho occupant of tho next room koj�t tho light going after your light wns. out, whenever tho figure drifted between tho light and the cotton wall thoro wore pictures thrown on the curtain vivid in detail and tho exact countor-part of the original, JukI like a magic lantern Bllde, absolutely correct in portrait is the new and better shaving stick. Yields an abundant lather almost instantaneously. The Witch Hazel in it makes the skin feel smooth and velvety, allays irritation, soothes and refreshes wonderfully. Just give it a trial. Same price as others. Mad* only by THB ROYAL CROWN, If you nro contemplating the purchase of a Solitaire Ring, we should be glad to have you call and look over our stock. Fine Diamond Rings, with handsomely mounted stones. Diamonds of large or small carat. Also other Gem Rings in great variety. This is the best appointed Jewelry store in town, and we have the largest and most attractive assortment of Watches, Chains, Gar - Drops, Brooches, Bracelets. Lockets, etc., etc. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS L H. FOWLER & CO. General Dlacksmtthlng and Horseshoeing. Nkw buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag ns, windmills, funning mills, cream separators, grain picklera, uU"fc- mith coal. LETHBKIDGB. ALBtKTA Rins up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal niinino; rights ofcthc Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan. Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for u term of twenty-one years tit nn annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,.r�<)0 acres will be leased in one applicant. ' Itf Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must lie described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty Bhall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of tive cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Ageni'of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal miniug rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of tho mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will notice paid for.