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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge, Alia., Tuesday, and 'iscussidn on tKe Theo- logolical Difference Is Ended PEACE ASSURED MetRodist General Confer- ence Has a Lot of Work to do Yet Victoria, Aug.. This tno.rhinjr.'s. session of the General con- ference wras devoted to Dr. Cleaver's resolution which' regrettable, '.that' STORM DID DAMAQl TO MANITOBA BUILDINGS -----r Winnipeg, Aug. 29Jtrhe city province were visitedfoy -the ram storm of the-y day. Considerable, flooded cellars, p came, several repbir lightning. A farm 1 and a barn near Mai- lightning and tag-e.ia prairie, -die lost the extensive -L hibition of horses a were s.trucK by tig. They were insured. i at midday to- i'resulted from outside points of damage-by iiedr Souris et.were struclr oyed. At Por- ustrial society s used for'ex- cattle -which and Burned than' sss an mceiiBry fire. EXCOMMUMTE ALL FREIMASONS ___ dur- ing the-'past -in college "our or in publi- set forth of Mirisettling and .injurious character suchr first, .that -early .chapters'of Genesis, arc not: history, and'..that. axe not science and L that..thev account-of real earth, nor" Bishop In Quir Laurier Party CROWD Ip Authority For' State- ment Regarding Qri-; U'ental Labor The. 'total- en'ronemt the schools today, klgivcu liy Supt. W. Nelson, taritl profa- j.lem e.asy one to. course A. asi.gOO; will very j Vi coo. cu, liUL- W. T man and of in faitl social order, po- Second, Christ" assumed Mosaic authority, of Peateteuch and David au- thorship- 61 "the -110th Psalm. Modern both. Third, a in an- may not do violence to in- teJeclual conscience at the Bidding: of any authority, -however -august, and such 'an appeal .can accomplish -noth- ing; unless- it-be to- discredit au- thority "itself.- on a ques- tion of: moral duty is Jesus- .to be listened lo "in; this matter (concerning the -casting put of- devils) or -is he to ''be', ignored. '.'Therefore this "'conference cxpress- es.'its -.'strong disapproval of this ant sucli- teaching, may :havc a-ten- deny divinity and infallibil- i ty of.; Christ while here' on eatta" to weaken thXTauthorit'y .of Christ- and his-, apostles an d. .to, .discredit -the ScriB -as trustworthy -revelation from -God.- litkal authority 'ail: even" the mar- riage tie.. The that under'the be .excom- municated deijpd Ohristian' bur- ial. farfter- he saidjit was charged' .that -some lesidents all Masons camev episcopal-ban and. irom Oregon -and Washington states, headed -fay -United, States Senator seek .to, open.the Columbia River from Revelsloke "to the ocean with tha openine of the Panama canal t'o London, N The total York and the markets of- the 'world. The proposed route will cover miles Of riyerway 'from the Kootenay' and Okanagan districts, -to 'Port-land'. 250 miles beine; on Canadian, terri- tory. -The. United States liaV already tak- en action for some 'distance' urider aP- an mammoth meet-' S 'here "we are ..asked i either hand ;py different' interests r free trade.-and .It! will ,he our ;aim .-to, evolve, a tariff calculated _ Hundred and; forty- The.tariff yet j perfect we have: done. ,nd the year was.778. '.registered he 'hadnb' vt anyone: bu t -held that foundations or "our1 faith.werc, at, stak-e. 'He charged 'Chan. cellor Burwash, of Victoria College with defendiriK- these teachings'." "What Made. Him Warm Tf modern scholarship holds -that Christ- did .no't mean what he literal- l said, "then -we tiave a 'Christ in we cau Place, -no reliance." warmed, him was the eagerness which so .many -were ready to discredit, the Scriptures. -TV.- Winter; in" seconding were.Masons and''sJwif ven.he, would denol ex-Catholic -and dedEand Catholics '.vote agafist public office. Miss: Dawson.f .from- Peterboroush, "PnnciPIc of- our, tariff' is .'British at. 'r Ontv is.' of 'Miss. Mc.Cul- dard. II, at ...-and. -Miss :Gilroy. in Central Westminster! Cleaver's, resolution, said-he had no use-for Hundreds and hundreds of young people were mak- ing shipwreck of. their faith through teachings in our colleges. At .the .suggestion of the' chairman the conference decided to hear only- two: speakers ea'ch side. Rev Dr -Burwash declared we must allow lib- erty--, of, conscience and thought" "to all. Makingjan. opinion a. standard of doc- trine plr off all 'thought. H-e was sure theological, faculties .and ..the building of three and member of them Statistics .pared --by -the -provincial- department .were submitted, showing the- potenti- alities and rapid settlement; of- the district to be served. -The delegation urged the.-route as a controller of .freight ratfrs-if not >a carrier-of the- the traffic. They di- rected attention to the fact that prior, to the construction of railways, -the pioneers navigated, the -yvitb. wagon portages. Laurier, .TempleniaK conferred with the data of.the propo'sal. The Premier's Replv Replying, the Premier stated t-iat much of what had been, presented'ap- Peal-ed to him.- How..the- opening oi erence, Unless we' receive', preferenc- es in Not I-have only, to'tell you- that' the policy is a "pol icy of free They .say we should ask.. Britain. to ;Alex D.Leslie.linsurance broker and policy. Hcw'.absurd, Jx-v4-" _ _ r i. __ i -1 U oute of Pro- of Autos Bx3o.f charge of Miss Buchanan's room In the District Court this morning before His Honor Judge Roland Win- H. Ushijima, a'Jap of Cranbrook.' B. C., the-charge of uttering a forged cheque at tlie Union Bank in this city. C. F. P. Cony- beare, crown prosecutor, prosecuted and R. A. Smith defended. .David S. Marsh, a clerk in the. em- ploy of the Union .Bank, gave evidence that on or about Aug.-.nth accused en- tered the bank and endeavored-to cash a .cheque lor S50 bearing the name of Laura Marquise. not honored as the signature -was not a navigation route north and south treaties ;has'..also been': ;ment-was Canadian who, reacnei day-from Tokio: possible to foresee tective tariff. countries. Tridei.iBetween ;Cap ;i' Master- uresi-dent :Pr emien-also %r Heral-d H- as not-the policy, of: the Canadian GoverameEt' Ottawa, wug. woul-d have the full desired effect on Pa'terson, Minister of who has been in England since June, at tending the sittings of the imperial commission pn trade between Canada and the West Indies returned to Ot- our.own interests and we maintain.! our policy accordingly as it .suits our own So' with Great --'.Bri- :tain. Yes .and more. beard ifr.said- that unless Britain 'gave-Gan- aaa' some.'.mutual tariff arrangement: there was danger of .the- estrangement of This' .was ---insult to -the- loyalty of'-Canada to .the; Britisn'rEm'pire .of-: which.she .is proud, tq. is.n6t'depen.3enr on" any Canada-. is united aeartv-ia- life, independently Of' all tariff ar- .-But. there is another country, a' Odd with which perhaps 'we should have- better tariff'arrangements where valuable and profitable trade might bt- de- veloped. That the trade is- not "tawa this evening. Mr. Paterson-d-e- ?f not the fault of clined to discuss the nature of the L-mted States. Our policy was railway tariffs running east'and west, ic -was not prepared to say without urther information. he Premier, "anything which- eoes to develop trade and 'encourage better relations between Canada and the United States appeals to me. Our re- lations arc becoming more friendly every .which means better civil-j to the imperial" ization and the "welfare of the -world.1; be made public by them. On this ground alone-the government .He says Canada is continuing to call'.to look into the-project attract-much attention in Great Bri- come from Washington. But there those who object to a treaty the United States because'they -E. Toroiito World B Toronto Baitae ;Soss, Man- itobaree Hall- Douglas Toronto'. Cio-rie special, on r findings of the commissioner on the to a 1ircal7 of reciprocity, but ground that the report is being- as the States did 'not. with favor. ascertain necessary and determine' their cost. It. will be my duty and pleasure to meet wiu our pilgrimages to Washington then encouragomcct, we took the the next initiative must It. would be necessary to j tain, and that trade and tariff -de- what improvements, 'were velopmehts on this side of the Atlan- .tic will be closclv watched. Hon W the othe1' Canadiaa mem- aliese it will put in jeopardy with Britaiii. This is our _ UUL. IL, t. order. Witness repeated the conver-l, e Mmister of -Public of the commission, sails for home u w111 imProTe our relations (Special ft Fernie, Aug. spjeciaT -train the Spokane- contingent "of-the Dramatic Order, Knights "of Kbrsassau of El Mabarraz .temple of that citv tomorrow-, upon arrival 'Sir es- cortcd to depot j where the-' Mayor will civic ad-dress. reply. Jhe. American pre- sent an address. Route of Processibn': 'After this ceremony-isyovet'a pro- arrived in town -this --evening, -in of Royal Vizier Charles W .cession. or automobiles and proceed from the' station 'formed Baroness -Road to v Round street, south on Round street and Gus 1 east on Dufferin to- Burdett.'-slieeti TmT_ "___'" i j t i Spokane order. There; jwer.e Iortv or fifty TJTOS accompanying .fthese op- on Burdett to CpurtlaM east on Courtlan-d to Ashniead; north on Ashmead to Dufferin, east'. oir-Duffer- nfation. affirmed positively, that both Dr. Jackson "and 'other proiessors at Victoria college taught and "Believed .in: Deity, of an-d. authority of-the word of God He .notes on the Testament .to show., he taught .almost'identically tne views M -Dr. -Jackson's book. W. Rowell, K.C., .followed, ar- gumg- and quoting from several au- -thpnties- to show that Dr. Jackson is .in substantial agreement -with the generally-accepted views Of -the day' and even with Wesley. He' held that Dr. Cleaver the issue by ignpnng the, fact that Jesus accepted the limitations- pf His time, and did' not" realize "of historical criticism of science. Dr. Cleaver closed the dis-; sation'he had- with; .act-used on -that occasion. ,_ taura was placed upon toe .-stand and swore 'to being married to-accused and defence took shelter un- der the law which'.'says a woman can- not' he made to -give-'evidence- against her husband.., The charge was 'conse- quently dismissed there being> insuf- -TO prove that the have a survey, made .from Lake mere to the boundary and-'determine what is required and what it will cost. A 'Joint' Affair Laurier- pointed out that the Cana- ficient cheque .The. woman, who is an .excitable lit- tle; French woman .appears to be very much afraid of spou-se In both the preliminary-.hearing and" the on; Thursday. UNKNOWN MAN WAS IDENTIFIED BY HIS SON Winnipeg, Aug. remains of -man picked up dead on dian and' XJnited: States governments j Logan Ave., lasOlonday, Aug. 22. were could deal with the. project in" two ways. Each government'could ap- approach it independently .of the ptb- er, he added, "if it .is pos- seems to me the better meth- od would be, to come to an under- standing on the work, secure a sur- vey, and approximate the cost and j upon a united plan of action identified -by his son as Victor Rogal. The son. has -been seeking him since and was referred to the -undertaker by the general hospital .where he sought his ,father. He was married with a wife and family in Russia, with Britain. The more friendly our relations are with the United States more satisfactory is tJu; situation to Britain. They have each no better custotner than the other. We can do to Britain than .by our relations and our corn- States." The with premier's the xtatem-ent court room, _ '1 UUAXl she. changes her mind'and -while she did not sign the cheque she does not -wish to say anything .that may do lim any harm. Iminediately after anything which tends to that- develop McARTHUR cussion briefly by affirming that his "points 'had not been answered. Peace Reigns The following amendment brought OF-WINNIPEG in by Dr. A'.-D. Watson and second- ed by Rev.-Principal Sparling, was by common consent, not debated That whereas the matters contained in the resolution presented are in transportation between _the two coun- tries and encourage better relations __ would always receive favorable cori- ng: .her evidence from the Government of he police station and half apologizing I or the-. shr> has CT Ul or the evidence she., lias given o be helped to get awu.y where Ushy, ima can't find her! STRIKE IS IN SIGHT Winnipeg, Aug. fo.ur bun- dred members were in attendance at the bricklayers' and masons interna- union meeting Monday night. bir Wilfrid expressed his apprccia- 1011 of the'spirit in u-lijch the dele- auion had come together. A Quiet' Sun-day The Premier spent a quiet resting at the residence of L. B. De Calgary, Aug. Eighty-thn which at the close of an eloouent ad- dress in .which he dealt, with Asiatic immigration, transportation. naval and fiscal policies, was enthusiastic- aliy received. Two important announcements were made.' "According to press reoorts said Hon. Geo. P. Graham, ''one of th'r nu-mbL-rs of the provincial gov- ernment is- allcgcvl to have stated tiiat the chief government engineer. ficials and the -train met- at. tho. Ai station by the Fernie band and a large concourse" of 'people'" Westminster Road, to and, M-ayor Herchmer met. -the; wcst on Redpath -to Round, and on and in the name of I Roun_d street; to'.the' Aliexandra.Hotel, .them to the town.. Senator De Veber's residence oa decorated' .with.-, anrl bunting and the town After beins- of the Fernie Knights there" was la- grand parade of the' 'in uni- on the streets, after which the ias work of initiating some- fifty of tne! Carnage No. Knights and; as nianv more; Burdett. Sir, Wilfrid will leave tha Procession'to prepare for While, in. the city he is to .be tic guest of Senator De Veber. .Order of Procession fThe order- of the procession Sir, .-Wilfrid.' had the vrork to 'clock Sir Wilfrid open .the ne-w' mspital, and at noon lie will meet a deputation of farmers. (Continued on ;