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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbridge Dafly Herald METHODISTS DISCUSS UNION A Big Debate Starts at the General Confer ence Victoria, Aug. evening ses- sion oi the conference was devoted to church union, Rev. J. w. Cooley and Rev. Dr. Burwash presenting the report of the committee which recom- mended the approval, of the documents agreed upon by the committee as a basis upon which Methodist, Presby- terian and Congregational churches may unite. Dr. Burwash started the discussion by a review of the past fifty years of church life in America and the union of the various Metho- dist and Presbyterian bodies in Can-; ada, concluding upon the Lethbridge, Alta., Friday, August TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A million-dollar farm implement establishment has been secured by the town of WeJIanci a 'bonus. Stratford Collegiate carried'off two first class and one second class schol- arships in the recent matriculation ex- aminations. Ueorg-e Malloef of Belleville had to be removed from the Grand Trunk tracks, where he was trying to com- mit suicide. CANADA'S NAVY CONFERENCE WITH MERRY WILL COUNT An Army and Navy Paper Praises Our Plan-King to Inspect Q. 0. R. London, Aug. Army and Xavy Chronicle says: "Canada aims I at training her own navy, which is m. very good policy. Mistakes will sure- I ly be made, but Canada is in earnest Rome, Aug. Merry Dei Tal, the Papal Secretary of State, ame to Rome this morning from his summer residence for a reception of the diplomatic corps. Among those who attended was Marquis De .Gon- zales in charge of the Spanish Em- bassy at the' Vatican, since the re- call of the Ambassador Marquis De Ojeda- His conference was longer than usual. It is reported that the conversation of the Spanish repre- OVER HUNDRED DEATHS Latest Estimate From the Big Forest Fires Number 217 that will count." Not Approved by Lord Crewe Lord CrW6, replug. to suggestion Spoka. revised tabulation of the dead in the northern foreat fires in and near Idaho opposition members, should par ticipate in the imperial conference -did not think such a departure con venient either for this or other coun tries. King George to Inspect Q. O. The army is looking forward R. With lowed, arguing that while perhaps the attitude and the basis might not meet the demand See, without st f( for microscopic investigation, the un- ion was in the air, the present divi- sions making for loss of power. Rev. Dr. Patton, Montreal, posed. The aim of th keenest interest to arrival of Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto. Every prepar- ation is being made for their recep- at Rushmoor Green. the conflict will be left in StatUS quo' Catholics be- union and not the aims that was be- fore the conference. A large .measure of unity was assurr.ed but the situa- tioa presents three churches all with different policies. There is no stand- ard of conduct in the basis, and he i trembled for our ideals as Methodists. The doctrine about Christ in the j basis of union was weakly expressed! and would satisfy a Unitarian. Theo- i logically speaking, he was sure it i was inferior to what we have The of the church and the-policy of government. the tion The first division -takes -them over Monday, thence field training unin- terruptedly till Sept. 13. Probably some civic entertainment will be of- fered in London. The government is making arrangements for the re Sirnent TT- dent sufficiently clearly to tell how it happened. Wheeling mortar from the mixing boards to the hoist, the harrow rngri oi a basement pit, going over thicknesses of 16 in. boards. officials refuse to discuss the matter. has created at the suggestion of the asylum inspectors, an insane ward at the Central Prison. Moir will as are uu criminal insane at Mattewan, N.Y. WILL MEET !N CANADA Stockholm, Aug. national Geographical Congress has concluded its session. The next meet- ing will be held in Canada ia 1S13. Trying to Avoid Fright- ened Horse Toronto, Aug. the mur-i derer who escaped from the Hamilton! asylum, with Taggart, the wife mur- derer, and who was caught near St. Happened While keep him no longer in .an asylum as a desperate character. His removal from the Hamilton asylum was effect- ed secretly. Dr. English, medical superintendent Of the asylum, and his The second automobile accident in a dislocated el- to Miss Em- ma McClure, a primary teacher in kept in a cell _and treated as are the the' Lethbridgc schools, and bruises _ and minor injuries to one or two oth ers occurred yesterday evening about five miles south-east of the city, when Inter- a Ford carj beiongmg to and being driven by Dr. R. C. McClure, upset. Besides Dr. McClure and Miss Em- ma McClure, there were in the car Mrs. McClure, Miss Charlotte Mc- Clure, Mrs. A. C. Passmore, of Brainpton, Ont., and Emma Mc- i Mrs- Passmore and Dr. McClure were caught under the car, which had i be righted before they could all be j extricated. j When the car upset, the horse, scar- ed more than ever, upset the buggy, throwing Messrs. Cecil and Gray to the ground and bolted. He broke loose, however, and beyond breaking tne single tree and his harness, did no other damage. Mr. Gray ran to a nearby farm house and phoned into the Securities Co., and C. shot." Another statement was that Sir Henry Pellatt had a bet -placed of that the Queen's Own Rifles would excel in every respect all the English regiments. "There is not a word of truth jn {those reports." he said. i Alberta Daniels and GRAFT CHARGE FELL THROUGH Calgary, Aug. charges preferred by R. C. Thomas against R. Harrison, civic building inspector, were investigated yesterday after- noon. The alleged graft proved to be the asking for and taking of a two dollar whip last fall by Mr. Harrison Nicolls, of that firm, and Dr. A. I from Thomas. The commissioners two automobiles, brought the party This mornin to be doing fairly well', and suffering from nothing a few bruises and minor two When crossing these Cowan in some way slipped and overbalanced, falling into when the! for 17% cents a uound He ilso se- the pit- Kad hc alone fallen, he seventeen mills 'of the plant closed cured the J. E. Fitzpatrick clip of have come Poetically un- for a period of fifteen days. Curtail-' 000 pounds for which he paid but the and mortar ment of production was the reason, j together with pounds from J.A.' their weight inflicting BIQ Strike in Spain j Malcolm and J. W. Summer, which Kil-boa, Spain, Aug. bought at mans' Federation, today proclaimed a 1 strike throughout Spain. The ter is to begin next Monday, Aug. expects to Tick UD several tr-t' -n o have "not wt iL I I Dr' Crass this reported not jet been disposed of. him in ft 7cry prccariolls condityioni iA cents. SCVcre internal injuries. Dr. C. C. agg Vr'as called and the Poor.fellow was rernoved to Torrance Avenue, where he ,ivcs with 29th; EDMONTON EDITOR IN RAILWAY WRECK Durand, Mich., Aug. bert B. Watt, whose first name was erroneously given as Arthur, injured in the rail- way wreck here, is editor of the Saturday News and Daily Capita] of Edmonton. Late ad- vices state his face, and hands were blistered, -but his .condi- tion is not serious. He is in Hurley the others worse thai cuts. The automobile was not bad] aged. v dam- concluded, after taking the evidence by Mr. Thomas and two of Ms wit- nesses, and a statement made by Mr. Harrison, that there was no actual graft. Mr. Harrison, however, will be reprimanded, for the mayor stated that every city employee must be above suspicion. FORTY-ONE COMPETE Clure's nephews, Masters Clure and David Oliver, making a party of sev- en altogether. It was when they met a buggy be- ing driven by G. W. Cecil and" P. M. Gray, who were driving into the city from their ranch at Wilson siding, that the accident happened. They were about to pass when the horse took fright and jumped, almost in front of the car. Dr. MqClure says he turned sharply to one side to miss the horse and the car upset over on its side. That the injuries received were not more numerous seems al- most impossible, for Miss McClure, AT AVIATION MEET Havre, Aug. An aviation meet is being held here with 41 compet- itors including Hubert Latham, Count de Lesseps, Capt. F. S. Cody, LeBlanc Aubrin and LeGagneux. The prizes for -the various contests aggregate THE CITY PLAYGROUNDS Each week new attractions for the little folks are -being Dlaoed in the cuy playground. This week a pne of sand in a'huge green box is makm- the wee folk of tthe city happy. TWO additional swings are being erected, and several long benches have been piaced in also a water tap. TO INVESTIGATE TRAIN WRECK Durand, Mich., Aug. A. Davis, of Montreal, and Fireman George Nelson, who were seriously in- jured in the Grand Trunk -wreck east of here Wednesday, were reported as resting easier. The five injured" who were taken to the Hurley hospital at Flint, also passed a comfortable night, except in the case of Engineer Bert Mitchell. The latter's condition is very serious, but it is now believ- ed that he will recover. Grand Trunk .officials will oegin ai investigation of the cause of" the wreck today at Battle Creek. ;