Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1909 PAGE SCVIN GREATER LETHBRIDGE Letlibridge is the Metropolis of trie 30 bushel Wheat Country. Lethbridge is the centre of Western Can- ada's greatest coal area. Lethbridge is the focussing point of fourteen lines of railroad. MORNINGSIDE Lies in the direct line of the City's inevitable growth MORNINGSIDE adjoins the large New City Park, and will, therefore, be tlie most attractive portion of tlie city MORNINGSIDE has been laid out as one complete whole upon i broad and systematic lines own per mon For only nine months will now buy a lot m Mormngside The best and surest investment in the world is to be found in the early purchase of city property in the right namely, in the line of growth of a rapidly expanding city Do not delay. For full information call or write to-day. EE5E ttmssssB P. O. Box 1919 316 Round St., Lethbridge JAPANESE AMBASSADOR TO UNITED STATES ARRIVES EVIDENCE OF PLOT IN MURDER OF OCEY SNEAU Washington, Dec. Yas- aya Uchida, the newly appointed am- bassador of the Japanese government to this country succeeding the Baron Takahira recently recalled, arrived In Washington -today from San Fran- cisco where he landed on 'Dec. 17th. "There is no pressing diplomatic question for me to deal with in the United States just he said, "and I know of nothing of importance that will come just in the immediate future. The relations between the United States and my country are constantly better. The im- migration is satisfactorily adjusted. We are keeping at home the laborers and poor emigrant classes of our country and only students and mem- bers of the mercantile and other oriv- Jfcged classes are coming here. As the number of Japan- ese in this country is decreasing. laborers are returning regularly to Japan. The laborers return to simply because of a desire to go hack to Their native land. There is no problem To deal with in that tion in this country. The existing agreement the United States on this subject has no fixed date of ex- piration." New York, Dec. of the evidence which was presented to the grand jury in support of the charge that a plot existed against Mrs. Ocey Snead became known today. An im- portant point was made in the pres- entation of documentary and other evidence to- show that letters writ- ten by Mrs. Snead to her absent hus- Snead, were unmailed and that his letters to her were in- tercepted. Meanwhile it is alleged the sick woman was told that her husband was dead and that she had nothing to live for. G. T. P. FROM REGINA TO BOUNDARY LINE Regina. Dec. H. Pope, right of way agent for the G. T. P. in con- nection with the purchase of the right jof way for the G. T. P. branch line I from Regina to the international boun I dary, bonds for which were guaran- teed at the last session of the legis- Kirure. declared today that tlie sur- [voys for this line have all been com- i pleted and negotiations are proceed- i ins satisfactorily for acquiring the right of way thus assuring the com- mencement of construction early in the spring. m unaiAni? TUP DLAIIUUUAE. ELECTRIC LIGHT Blairmore, Alta., Dec. more is taking on the airs of a city this evening, the occasion being the turning on for the first time in the village, of electric street lights and residents are thoroughly enjoying the novelty of the sensation. The light is furnished by the Rocky Mountains Cement Company, which has just com plcted installing a system for the town. The commercial lights have been in use for several days hut the completion of the system and turning BIGAMIST MARRIES AGAIN And Goes to Jail This Time for Ten Years Woodstock, Ont, Dec. Thornton, a young man whose home is in Ingersoll, was charged in the police court with bigamy. He plead- ed guilty and was sentenced to two years in the Kingston penitentiary. Thornton was tried on the same charge here four years ago, but was let go on the condition that he look after his second wife. He went to Michigan, after deserting two little ones, and married a third wife. On a warrant sworn out by his second wife he was arrested. ANOTHER INVESTIGATION FOR DOCTOR COOK New York, Dec. report of the special committee which inves- Dr. Frederick A. Cook's claim t I L-nn) tomorrow. u ime LIU- nnt.-5M.i- ith a light svstom in operation Rations will net no wdivulge the ro- n N .port they do not deny that it dis- irmore people are now turning at-' d5ts Cook's claims and such HOLBROOKS Ll'lUU'Jil-iHJ t -A. if A T Jof having reached me summit or Mt. on of thc street lights onry occurred ,ic delivered to the this evening. The service is of thejfo0ard governors of the Explorers' 'dub tomorrow. While the investi- With Blairrnore piiupiu an; tention to procuring a water Efforts in this direction have been j I made bv thc village council for more, 'rftarv, -delivered onlv the carbon 'than a year and about a year ago Ol- thc explorer-s roport ,lt franchise was granted to Robert-Lake I Copenhagen, it is now reported here of Calgary to install a system but he j that Mrs. Cook went abroad with the Sugestive Questions on-the By Rev. D. Linscott for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club verdict has boon generally antici- en j pated. TJ While Walter Lonsdale. Cook's sec- Adds a delicious zest and piquancy to SOUPS, FISH, MEATS, POULTRY, GAME. MADE AND BOTTLED IN ENGLAND- SOLD BY ALL GROCERS has failed to make good and the coun they missed each other and only the T.. duplicate copies reached Copenhagen, cil has cancelled the trancnise. The council will on thc first of February FLOODS FOLLOW invite new proposals with a view tOj RAINS IN SPAIN securing a system by private enter- Madrid, Dec. storms in the js provinces of Salmanco and Leon have haused thc most disastrous floods ex- prise if possible, but failing, most likely the village will undertake DR. C. C. CRAQQ Office 9 to 11 a.m., te PftytlcUn and M. perienced in fifty years. The town of Burgez, Samora, Vallanclid and Bil- bao suffered most. Many houses have been- swept away. Lisbon, Dec. rivets of Port- ugal are raging torrents today follow- ing an unpredicted rain storm. The property damage Is considerable. January 2nd, 1910. John The Forerunner of Jesus Matt. Golden voice of one cry- ing in the wilderness: Prepares ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight. Matt. Verse were the days re- ferred to in verse one? What arc the facts concerning John the Uaptiat bis parents. iht> Umo and place of his birth, his early training, the commencement of his ministry, iiis characteristics, and the- nature of his preaching'.' ____ Where and what was the wilderness of Judoa? j Verse did John want the ipeople to do when he urged them to repent? was it then, and why is it now. "imposible for any person to en- jjoy the favor of God without repent- ance? What did John mean by saying "The Kingdom of heaven is at Has the kingdom of heaven been established on earth, and if so, what is that kingdom, and who are its citi- zens? Verse did Esaias (Isaiah) fortell concerning John, and where is the passage to be found? In what sense did John prepare thc way for Jesus? ,rerse did John dress In such a pla'n way and eat such simple food? To what extent should good people, to-day, take John for an example in the matter of food and clothing? To what extent does God care as to what we eat, and what we wear? If all yon know of a man is that he fastidious in the matter of and an epicure food, how would you rate him as to personal piety? Can men work as hard, think as i clearly accomplish as much, or more.'in nil departments of life on a j j vegetable, as on a meat diet? j Verses do you account for the wonderful interest which John's preaching created? If Join1, were the permanent, pastor j of a. church, in this town, do you sup- pose that he would be able to con- stantly keep up such a great revival as this story records? What did John's baptism signify? Was baptism then, and is baptism now for nduVis of any avail without a full confession of sin? Verse a member of a church is not a devoted man, is he better 01 worse than any other sin- ner? If a minister of the gospel is not a truly good man, whose word is as good as his bond, how would you compare him with a layman of simi- lar character? What is the tendency of the office of a pastor, or of a Bible class teach- er to making Its incumbent of a truly noble and an all-round morally land financially, trustworthy man? I Is a pastor of a church under any greater obligation to be a truly de- voted man than his members? Why or why not? These scribes and pharisees- were in those days what our pastors church officials are in these days. How do you account for the fact that they were such bad men? Verses are the fruits which prove genuine repentance? (This question must be answered in writing by members of the club.) To what extent does the fact that a man has a noble and devoted an- cestry reconimeml iiiiti to Qofl? Can any person be saved because of his parents' goodness? Verse it the fact, and why, that, incompetent men fail and that bad men always come to grief? Verse is the 'difference between the personal results of John's baptism and that of the bap- tism of the Holy Spirit from Jesus? Verse reason is there for the belief that men and women make their own hell or heaven? Lesson for Sunday, January Baptism and Temptation of Jesus. Matt. Ill: 13-17; PRINCESS LOUISE ACTS NAUGHTILY Paris, Dec. special from Brussels says that Princess Louse, the eldest daughter of King Leopold, has left the city without effecting a reconciliation with her sisters, and that King Albert's efforts to Induce i her to resume her place among 'princesses have failed.