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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letltbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday. September To those who use electric niotors, generators, or any electrical machinery. This concerns you: Our specialties are power work, instal- ling private station plants, conduit installations. Ko undertaking is too for us. Remember that we are the xmly'elec- trie power mechanics in Southern Alberta, which prove by any test submitted to us. _ We neither ask nor desire favors. We stand on: our. merits alone, but we ask you on an economical basis to give us a trial. If ycur .motor will not work, or if others have failed '-to locate the trouble or repair it without sending your motor away to the makers which causes, unnecessary delay. We will give you guarantee to buy you a new'motor or: dynamo if we fail to locate' trouble -and repair same. We rebuild motors and We install-and repair everything electrical. Remember the name and address because it will save .you money. -1' LEICESTER STEELE ELECTRIC POWER EXPERTS 1110 .Redpath Street, Lethbridge 1332 WILL SPEND FIVE YEARS IN ARaiCSt CHURCH KNOX New York Explorer to Learn All About Nor- thern Regions Winnipeg, Sept. V'.'Rad- io rd, of New York7the noted explor- er and scientist who but recently re- turned from-fourteen mouths, in district south of Great Slave is in the city eu route to Edmonton from whence he starts on October .1, ,on a five years' trip across and around the top of the North Ameri- can contic-cnf. is a-great friend, of Peary, has been exploring -an un- known-country --and--in particular studying the iiabtts of the wood bi- son which hither to "have evaded.- the scientists. Incidentally, this intrepid explorer mapped out a large area un- trodden by, a white man since-1877; and he has presented the results ol METHODISTS CALL History oi Frank Church Itefcently Re-openecl by Rev. Dr. Chown .In the last -.issue of the Christian Guardian the following; interesting ac "count of the re-opening of Knox Me tnodist Franu, written Kev..Dr. ;Chown, general superintend ent -of, the .-Methodist Church, appears Keturniug :rrom General Conference on Sunday, September 4tu, we enjoy privilege unique in the history ihe .-world; that of re-open church called Kcox Methodis4 'The event was prophetic of -that are to come. It was snuat ed in; the, town of Frank, Alia., as air the' world knows1 was blotted from the i map a few years ago fay a gigan- ncJ landslide, or rather tumrole, for the prodigious mass ot" rock and earth his expedition to the .Dominion goy- wag detached from Turtle -fountain, seems 10 have fallen for- ward into .the valley, much as a pane of glass" set upon its edge, might fall, scattering its.fragments tar and wide! Some material dislodged from the: summit now lies at a point about twbimUes, from its starting -paint. layers of rode showered BURIED A MAJV Unique Funeral Service on Farm Near ifvaiiisack MISSIONS ARE GIVING WELL Methodist District Meet- ing" Concludes Its Sessions V- The annual financial district- Sask., Sep't. im- ,.-ique funeral-ceremony took place' Sat- urday on the. farm of John Bowes. jEateg from tjje Methodist circuits and Elwer Olson, aged 35, had drilled a I ndssions of the Lethbridge district three-foot well down to 73: feet, when I concluded late Friday- night.in'Weslev eminent. The more ambitious trip he is now undertaking leads across the continent [rom Fort Smith7 where he spends his first winter, to Lake Baker on Chesterfield Inlet, Bay, where he spends his second win- ter. It is probable thafc the R.N.W1: M.P. next year will lay :him down supplies at that point. From, there he travels by canoe and sled around the edge of the Arctic Ocean, and in two'years more expects to make the mouth of the MacKenzie River, whence he will pass across Alaska, re- turning to civilization by the Pacific Coast. SCHOOLS HAD RALLY DAY -r in w There was no .-about. Sun- lie got of coal. Going down the shaft to investigate .Olson detected gas and calling for help, the men on top started to pull him up, but he got fast 'the crib, about twenty'-feet.'..from the top. A man named Hanson was lowered to assist, but in the descent ;-01soir -was knocked to the fifty feet Hauson the Sis also and hauled, that .date, September 16, repeated eftorts have failed to recover Olson's remains, and it was fmallv decided to leave them. Accordingly j j church. The outstanding feature. of -the meeting was the -fact- spite of the poor, crops the missions are showing no falling off, but rather ami a -vears old- Sl "a distinct .advance in most cases in members of the. their gMngs and promises' for the support- of the church Some readjustment ol "mission- 'fields was done, aotablr Bowvillc, "Albion Ridge .Iron. Springs and Sweet Valley. The chairman of the district, 'lle-v. Tv P. A. A. Lytle "aridiRev. P.. H. -NcviHe were tee to plan an evangelistic campaijcn throughout district. Messrs. Per- ry and Lytle will arrange for a visit of as many places as possible bv the day being Rally -Day at the West- minster Sunday some weeks a membership contest had been- carried pn and the result Vas prob- ably the largest- Sunday' school in the. city which is a great record-consider- ing that the school is less than two school-pres- eral service over-the shaft which was then filied in- Eev. -.T. Mormon -conducted the fun- merc.bers o'f the Laymen's Missio'narv delegation from the East. The summer, supplies. J. M. Wag- gctt at Taber, G-. A. Kipkin, at Al- bion Ridge and H., at are returning ..to college, and other men. will, be .sent as soon SHOT -BEING FIN-ED Winnipeg, Sept. fatal end to a clrunlcen quarrel came at one o'clock 'tnis aitenioon. wh-en Sam Trouch. a uali-cian, shot his wife twice in the nead and once in tne shoulder, an-d tnen, went oiit to the -woodshed anci out his own'-brains. T.he quar- rel arose from a twenty-five --dollar nne imposed on the man .because his as possible to take "their places. ent besides 72 visitors, making -a 'to- tal of. 287. As. a result, of; the! -con-: test, 134 new pupils have oeen: en- rolled, all being, boys -and girls who covering acres of ground, to .average depth of forty feet We one spot where at least seventy '-reet -of debris intervened foe- tween. us-and, the original valley, withfltaiuiiQg. jthis. azxpaiiing catas- with characteristic western: energy, has come to itself has- now a population of a'Dout; eleven, hundred, three-fourths wnqm 7. are foreigners. It is the brows Pass. Here four. "train ;crews are located, the out- the dcoaF mine Is being doubled, and ,a: verv extensive smelter has (been will- probably be .-convert- edjinto cement, cnoioglcal-, moment has future, and the psy- come for a aeciaive'.advance in lelif.ious activity. ha---e been doihg in- 'churchy-circle? m tliat .vicinity re- a'-' happy arrangement metnodism ha.s-lwi-thdrawn from Blair- mre '.to a-djacent towns. In tne'-lategiilacelth.e Presbyterians have established -'arih.. 'institutional Church. the 'Other iiand, were not going to'auyr other school, the'Other iiand, and Blues .came "out Frank, Bellevue GEORGE BROWN WILL GET THE POSITION. 'nad stolen wood from the V. R. The woman may recover. C. Ottawa, Sept. 'does not seem any doubt that George Brown, tne Regina 'barrister, will.ibe the'next .Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan. Hon. Walter Scott's visit to Ottawa is partly in connection with this. OF CANADA Capital, Best tad DadivMed Profits Total Assets Over Spend the Balance Don't spend all you like and save the balance there is any. Save' what you know you spend the rest. The difference, in. a few years, will be the difference between, poverty and independence. Open a Savings Account now, in this Bank. It will make the saving-easier. Main'-Office cor. Round t Redpath Sia I G. R. TINNING Sub-Offic. Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager, _______Grassy Lake--rt. W. BaiUie, Manager. G7 -each'.' -The school has 1 dlo roll and a'-hoine department of The little church was packed .full, and a splendid programme under the direction of Supt John Torrance was given. Five minute addresses were given ..by "K.' 'Kaake, Miss Irene McLachlan, A. -M.-. Bunt and 0. D. Austin. Lytle, .it-he pastor, called attention to -the fact that, hanging on were the first three ..charter 5 for ad- vanced classes given by the Alberta Sunday School Association- ia. the the classes having them' be- ing t-he '-'Christian "Keep Sweet and Workers." At Wesley Church --.J-.1-. Rally Day proved a most successful event at Wesley Church Sunday school on Sunday. An. open session of the school was large at- tendance being present, including many visitors. .The classes' sispbnd- ed by giving the number of en- spirit'6t unity, en: negotiations .for greatly facilitated tnese change's, "so''-that-.it has come to pass ihat whereas--'..; toe Methodists were formerly refused -the privilege or .preaching an ihe Presbyterian they own it. and in spirit they con- tinue the former1 "name and will here- aiter worship in' Knox Methodist cnurcn. church, manse and sta- oie, situated on. lots 9 and 10, block of our people in also one-half interest in the IT IS YOUR DUTY TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO PROVIDE FOR THE FUTURE. A LITTLE MONEY WISELY INVESTED IN WILL BRING YOU DOLLARS Insure your earning time.is coming wh'euTOu ahtmld have; something tor future" as. represented by your salary, will not take care of you. YOUMUST FACE THE CONDITIONS nd all will be blooming.at different periods irom spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, Syringas. Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias. Honey- suclvles, etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three years old, regular value This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early; Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake. E. C. ;