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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBB-IDGE BAILY HERALD Saturday,January 25th, 1013 Kepp Warm in Cold w � L _ weamer An ;i�rre oniric prise is in store sur-for anyone "who has not yot visited our Soda Fountain. We serve delicious and wholesome 'HOT DRINKS' at all hours The Tlorentine' Fifth St. South..: Opposite Empress Theatre . j NALDSQN TINE Steamship and Railway Tickets FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this aide and forwarded to your family or friends. Our way of handling this business is impossible to beat Your passengers will receive full instructions. We advise you when they will Teach their destinations. . RATES THE VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE SAILINGS EVERY WEEtf" For full information see steamship and" "tail way agents, Or write- H. E. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent 445 Main Street .Winnipeg, Man. USED GUN BUTTED IN Bellevue Man was Beating Wife -He is now in Jail CANADIAN ^-PACIFIC Around the World $639. lO  From starting point back to same point via the new Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamer. Empress of Russia From Liverpool, Apr. 1 PORTS TO CALL 1 Gibraltar. Villefranche, Port Said, Suez, Colombe, Penang, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Nagaski, Kobe, Yokohama and 'Vancouver. �'For an additional $51.70 which wili Include hotel expenses, the following side trips may be made: Gibraltar to Alegeciras, Spain; Villefranche. to, Nice and Monaco, Port Said to Cairo and the pyramids, thence.to Suez, interesting-trips from .Colombe in the Island of Ceylon. A second Around the  World Ex--cursidn will be made to connect with the "Empress of "Asia" sailing from Liverpool, M&y 27th. For �nrthervinformation .tickets-and Sloping car > Reservations, apply to any Canadian Pacific � Ticket Agent. R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, . Calgary, Alberta. Coleman, January 34.-Last Satur-say night a Chinese joint was raided by the police, at Blairmore, and the proprietor and over a dozen inmates arrested. A complete outfit of pipes and opium, as well as gambling paraphernalia, was seized. Some of the customers were hitting the pipe when the police broke into the joint. The "bunch'1 was hailed before the magistrate yesterday and the proprietor oi the place fined $50.00 and costs, and five oi the frequenters $5.00 and costs each. A shooting affray occurred at Bellevue night before last, in which a man named Wright got a bullet in his leg. Wright, in company with a number oi other men were in the South-.ern hotel when a boy rushed in saying his father was beating his mother. The men rushed out in a body to help the woman, but were met, when they approached the house, by the man, Joe Oszurst, armed with a 23 rifle which he fire indiscriminately into the crowd. There was a hasty ducking for shelter and nearly- all the men succeeded in getting behind some near-by trees. Wright, however, was not so fortunate and received a bullet in his leg. Oszurst was taken into custody by the police and is' awaiting the outcome of his victim's injuries. Cyrl Oszurst pointed a gun at Mounted Policeman Cort, but beiore he could take aim or draw the trigger Cort had made use oi his revolver, shooting Oszurst in the "leg. The Presbytery of Macleod met at Blairmore last; night to induct Rev. W. H. Muncaster into the pastoral charge of the Presbyterian church at Blairmore. A, KerSniis opened court .here yesterday 'to investigate the charges preferred against Postmaster A. M. Morris foralleged partisanship in "the last election^. The prosecution was n'ot reader at 10 o'clock and the hearing was adjourned until 4:30 p. m,, when J. M; Carter, of Blairmore, who was .acting as prosecutor, asked for- a further adjournment for two weeks, in order to give him an opportunity to secure witnesses. The time of he&ring vjyas- set for 10 o'clock a. rrivon Saturday, Feb. S. An investigation was held the day previous at Passburg, the postmaster at .that place, J. H. Rowell, having been, accused of\taking an active part j "'" the last elections. io fke-pleasure of TaSt your COFFEE* Absolutely pure SPECIAL GRANT TO HELP THE MR. BURRELL WILL SPEND TEN MILLIONS ON GRADUATED vEARLY BASIS KEPT GREEN THE OF fi S IMMORTAL ED IN BOBBY DULY HONOR-SPEECH AND IN SONG in Men's THOSE; GLOVES, and MITTENS' �: The kind you usually pay 35c '�� to 50c for. Our price.....15c. Ladies9 . HOSE, GLOVES, and MITTENS The kind you have be6n pay- ing from 25c to 50c for. Our � price............ 10c and 15c. Come in and we will show you. . SMITH'S �i ../.5c to 309 Fifth 25c. Store Street South. THEME OF ADDRESS ANOTHER LARGE .AUDIENCE GREETED THE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION CAUSE LECTURE CUKES COUGHS & COLDS �  Another large audience assembled in the Assembly Hall of the Central school last night, for the third of the series of University of Alberta Extension lectures. Professor Lewis was the lecturer on this occasion, and in an interesting and attractive manner spoh^e on the subject "Some Aspects of Evolution." Professor Lewis dealt mainly with the process of evolution in so far as same applied to the '�organic world. He went on to point out that "it was the common impression that evolution was first treated by Darwin, but this was not so, for the early Greek philosophers made a study of it, and "with these men it was a question of hypothesis. The lecturer also dealt with the evolution of plant life,;and stated that climatic conditions invariably caused evolution of organisms in birds and plants. So far as the evolution of animal life is concerned the lecturer illustrated iJjis with the horse. In prehistoric ages the horse was smaller than the dog, but the process of evolution through the ages had changed all that until it was now the noblest specimen among the animals. A feature of the lecture was the u6e made by Professor Lewis of many beautiful lantern slides. It was an eveuing of rare enjoyment, and served to still further emphasize the success of these lectures. The Burns' anniversary celebration in the K. of P. hall last night was a rousing success. It seemed as ii the heather was on fire, judging irom the Scotch lads and lasses who intermingled with each other in the real auld Scotch tongue. The banquet table was a welcome sight with its .multitudinous decorations and excellent edibles. Wherever .could you get anything .to beat that Scotch menu served in the typical, Scotch manner. The kale: was  fine but the wee drap-pie put the^ finishing touches on the end* "of; each course. Til was a nicht long to be remembered, and already next rear's event is being looked forward "to. Ex-Mayor Hatch made a genial toast-master. The toast oi the King having been drunk wi' a' the honors, "The Immortal Memory of Burns" was proposed and responded to bv Mavor Hardie in his inimitable Scotch style. "This Canada of Ours" responded to hy Police. Magistrate D. Elton, brought forth a storm of applause, and R. Nimmons followed with a toast to "The Lassies", in which he paid a flattering tribute to the Lethbridge fair sex. Alderman McNabb-noble Scot that he is-very eloquently responded to the toast', "Bonnie Scotland",vand ably championed the land of jus birth. 'At the conclusion of the banquet t|*? decks were cleared and dancing was engaged in until the early 'oors o' this mornin'. Lethbridge Scotchmen have every reason to congratulate them>-selves on the success of last night's function. Rabbie still lives. (W. A. P. Report) Ottawa, Jan. 24.-Considerable headway was made with government business in the Commons today. At six o'clock Hon Geo. K. Foster's bill to ratify the trade agreement with the Indies got through the committee stage, and stands for third reading. The feature of the evening was a speech by Hon. Martin Burrell, introducing his bill to provide for the expenditure of ten million dollars, as an aid to agriculture. The aim of the bill is by educational effort to create conditions which will result in increasing the rural population and the productiveness of the land. During the first year $700,000 will be spent, and the amount will be increased by $700,000 each year, until in 1923, the sum of $10,000,000 will have been spent. The money is to be divided -among the provinces practically on the basis of population.. Hon. Frank Oliver said he approved of the grant. He-thought the minister was trying to make a.spectacular play, because the vote of the year was only $700,000 and not ten millions. Mr. Oliver endorsed the principles of the bill, and said he would support the proposals to make a grant j among the provinces in addition to the subsidies now given. The whole duty of the government, said Mr. Oliver, was noc discharged by a grant of any sum, even if it was seven million dollars a year. If they would secure to the producers, of the West the best market, the producers could afford to dispense with this liberal aid. Speaking as one who knew agricultural Canada well, he would like if to be understood that the farmers of Canada did net propose ,to be -carried on the backs of any one. The agricultural population of Canada was Canada. It was a matter of giving the enterprising farming population the benefit of what was really their own. E AFRAID OF CHINA BAPTIST MINISTER SAYS HEAD TAX WILL COME OFF IN A FEW YEARS An.Italian woman, travelling from Toronto. l0 Chicago, gave birth to a girl while tlie train was going through the Sarnia tunnel. IP^TYAND VARIETY ^U^p^^;lSj(arorig Features of This Store tf&MKjl&VJr ,A SPLENDID SELECTION OF ALL HIGH-CLASS ^v^CELEPHO'N&'ORDE-RS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO r'D'E^l.VERY; TO' .ALL PARTS OF CITY. jthbridge Wine and Spirit House Phone 1734. Begin Block. Calgary, Jan. 24.-One of the features of today's session of the Baptist convention was the address o� Dr. J. C. Brown, secretary of the Dominion foreign mission board, who made the startling prediction that in a few years Western Canada . would be overrun by the Chinese immigrants. He says that when China became one of the great military powers of the world, a probability of the immediate future, Canada would not dare to maintain the $500 head tax that now obtains. Rev. J. Ni. MacLean, of Winnipeg, also discussed the foreign menace, and said it required evangelization. He credited the Presbyterians with being the -most virile church, and said as showing the decline in interest in religion, that while a few.years ago 77 out of every thousand were members of that church; now the proportion is alarmingly low. In cities where the foreign population is 30 per cent, the Protestant churches are declining in membership. - The day was given over largely to reports of foreign and home missions. BOOZE SPOTTER Coleman, Jan. 24.-A booze spotter has been working the Pass towns, and succeeded in catching several people disposing of "wet" goods without a license.; The landladies of two joy houses between Coleman and Blairmore were conivcted of selling liquor without the formality of obtaining a license, and soaked the one $225, and the other $250 rind costs. Sick & Simpson, proprietors of the Alberta Hotel at Blairmore, were charged with selling more than the legal quantity of bottled booze, prescribed by law, and drew,a fine of $75 and costs. Charles Fuch, proprietor of the Union hotel, at -Hillcrest, appeared to answer to some eight or nine charges. By consent of the court he was allow-to to plead guilty to two of the charges and the others were dropped. He was fined $25 and costs for keeping a disorderly house, and $75 and costs for selling liquor on Sunday. One of the bartenders' of the Grand Union hotel at Coleman, had sold two bottles of whiskey to a friend. He drew a fine of $17.50 for -being accommodating. they'll Hot Cup of Cocoa When Thei Return. 214 WHEN the boys svnd girls come in tired an d\ hungry from the slides a cup oi'Cowan's is as good as a meal. Better. It is easy to digest It is so appetizing, so refreshing- not only satisfies the hunger/ but lets you sleep like a top. Your Grocer Has It. The COWAN Co. Limited ._,,.,,, TORONTO CHURCH SERVICES WAS IT VOLUNTARY? Moose Jaw, Jan. 24.-W. M. Mcln-tyre; collector cf customs here for the last eight years, has -resigned, - Proceedings have been taken to uu-seat 15. G. Miiligan from VVfllkerville council cri the allegation that lie lacks proper qualifications. -the easy answer, the tasly answer, the economical answer-an easy dish of select Atlantic 6sh. VVJiolesome, nourishing. No bones, every bite a glad one. And that � bracy ocean flavor | It com' pels an eager appetite. Simple recipes with package. Ask your dealer for �*HALIFAX" and! "ACADIA*CODFISH 'X"1* 1 11 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST-Royal Bank block. 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting S p.m. The reading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Corner 5th avenue and ISth street N- Rev. C. B. McKinnon, pastor. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Choir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All are welcome. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH (Anglican)-Corner Eighth avenue and Eleventh street South.-Rev. Canon Mc-Millen, rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday school and Bible class, 3 p.m. Bap tism, 4 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion at 8:30 a.m. on the first and third Sundays, and at the 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sundays. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS-S. O. E. Hall, 10th St. S., .near Y. M. C. A. 9.45 a.m. Officers and teachers meeting; 10 a.,m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. . Bishop B. S. Young, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phone 685. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Rev. A. H. Rosenthal, pastor. Rev. P. Miniwe-gen, assistant. Mass S a.m. Children's mass 9 a. m. High Mass 10:30 a.m. ouuaay benuol 3 p.^. evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon pt each service. CHRISTADELPHIANiS - At 638 12th St., A., N., (between 6th and 7th Ave.). Breaking of bread 4 p.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. A lecture will be delivered by Sidney T. Bats-ford, subject, "The parable of the rich man and Lazarus.': Everybody welcome. Bring your Bibles. No collection. WESTMINSTER CHURCH (Methodist)-Rev. Joseph Woodsworth pastor, will occupy the pulpit in ilie evening. In the morning Rev. ?ir. Marr, a representative of the Bible society, will preach. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. All are heartily welcome. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH-Corner 2nd Ave. and Sth St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector. Holy Communion every Sunday morning at 8 o'clock, and on the first Sunday 6t the month at the eleven o'clock service. 11 a. m. :. Matins. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Evensong 7:30 p.m. INTERNATIONAL. BIBLE. STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION-Room 7, Alberta Loan and Investment Company building, Fifth street South. Meets eveTy Sunday at 3 p.m. ' ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN- At the home of R.sv. C. Grant, 150!) Sixth avenue south, January 26. German services at 10 a. m. Services, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday i school, 2..30 p.m. Catechism class, J Tuesday and Friday, 4:30 p.m. Bible i stiidv, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. j DISCIPLES OF CHRIST-Rev. J. B. Pickle, "pastor. Services will be I held in the First Baptist church tomorrow. Sunday school at 10:30, followed by preaching service. Evening service at 7:30 p.m. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH-Minister, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning subiect, "How we may better our church during the present year." In the evening Rev. Mr. Marr, agent of the Bible society for Alberta, will preach. All are Welcome. ' KNOX PRESBYTERIAN-MinisLbl Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services 11 a. ; m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning sub:cct, ; "What is Man?" Evening,"The Prophet's Lament." Sabbath school and Bible class 3 p.m. Morning .antheni, "Crossing the Bar", (Woodward). Of- ; fertory, duet, "Forever With the: Lord", (Gounod)',  Misses Lombard . and Si mm.. Monthly musical service in the evening. The following soke-, tions from Mendelssohn will' be sung: j Motett for soprano arid chorus, ; "Hear. My Prayer", Miss Lombard and choir ; duet and chorus, "I Wait- ' ed [or.the Lord", Missss LUiubard j and Sirnm ; air, "It is Enough" from ; "Elijah"., Mr. Fleming. Strangers and visitors always welcome. WESLEY CHUKCH-Rev. T. P. Perry, pastor. Morning subiect, "Jov. Lost and Found." Evening I All the real Goodness of Canada's finest wheat is contained in tyal ousehold The smile of satisfaction goes with every snow white sack Sold by Grocers Everywhere For Sale by . GEO. KERR &: CO. - Lethbridge. subject, "Overcomers." Sunday, school and' Adult Bible class 3 p.m. In the morning the choir will sing the anthem1 "Even Me"� for chorus and baritone solo, while in the evening Dudley Buck's anthem, "Rock of Ages" for soprano solo , and chorus will be sung. Rhynd Jainiespn will sing on both occasions. In the evening by request he will sing "Crossing the bar", (Mentor Crosse).-* FIRST BAPTIST CIWROH-Rev. A. C. Watson, pastor, (w4ll preach .at both services, which will be held in the Bijou Theatre. ST. MARY'S ettURCHi-Rev. C. H. Popham,,rector.. Holy communion every Sunday at 8 a.m. Matins il a.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Evensong 7:30 p.m. Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock. GONE NORTH TO SEEK THE WHITE ESKIMOS Edmonton, Jan. 24.-Bishop Stringer of the Yukon diocese, the largest in the Dominion, whQ is returning to' his Post in the north country,, announced today that Rev. W. H. Fry and 12 natives are on the way to Coronation Gulf, a thousand miles east of Herschell Island, near the mouth of the Copper Mine river, to visit a tribe of white Eskimos discovered by Steffansson, an explorer.  It is expected that the party will reach the gulf next October, before the close of navigation. The bishop has no doubt there are other tribes of Eskimos in the far north. He I was stationed-on Herschell Island seven years and has been as far north, as 73 degrees lati- tude on a whaling trip. At times the thermometer -registered 69 below. He has also visited many hitherto unknown places in northern Canada, suffering hardships and -endangering his life on numerous occasions. - IS WANTED FOR, MURDER Davenport, Ia, Jan. 24.-George Cramer said to be wanted in Chicago, in connection .with the, murder of the diamond merchant Logue, was arrested in Davenport, last'night. He had been working at the car shops in Battendcrf for-several weeks. He was lodged in jail last night, being held for Investigation.,, Cramer was placed under arrest by Detective O'Hara, of Chicago. JhSieest Bourbon Whisky Mad in Qld Kentucky $1.SO per Bottle ' Sold and Recommended by. C. C. Pagnuelp Wine & Spirit Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. '/it*, ft !�.,.?, ;