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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta June I. .101.2 Tin; OAILV 5 BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST GUARANTEE COMPANY TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR ASSIGNEE AND RECEIVER MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES' AGREEMENTS OF SAllE PURCHASED INSURANCE: FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS, LIABILITY, FIDELITY GUARANTEE Conybeare Block J. S. Haxton Lethbridge, Altn Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies other valuables in one of these boxes Edmonton Will be j to Limits! from Trout FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C, G, K, Nourse. Mgr, T.1.1 Asttls Baa'i Waste Inleres! and risk the' principal itself by keeping.a.lot of money in your house or -your pockets.- It .would be much safer -in' -the 'Union. Bank of .likely spent--and instead 'of being., idle, would be earning Interest night and dav... If 3'ou haven't a Savings Bank Account already, come in and open one. v LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH. R. TINNING, Manager I KING, Act'g. Mayiager I BRANCH, e.SU E.C. -0- M- C; MAW.SMITH. Uanagtr. Anlitaat Mnuaer. among the Indians, among foreign- tweaking people, as well as among tho ItHiKllsh-sneaklng classes. In order lo iiiaiutaln the HyHtoiii of llus church they .will report Hrst to lhc> PreHby- foricB. iiiul afterwards io the tivo in Toronlo. The Budget Scheme The budget scheme will bo fully discussed at, I ho Assembly.' Under iho old plan, thy.'church had ten or twelve uhHaiithropIc schemes of var- ious kinds, and money Was collected for those undertakings In a more1 or less haphazard way. Under the 'bud- get plan there will be but one appeal, with one general fund. For IHKi iho j church is asking; for these- pin-poses for The present leader of 'the church, as IK known, have had two models in lew in arranging the new method administration to meet the new conditions; In the .matter of raising o slims of -money they were giiid- ed by the example furnished by the j V. M. C. A. which lias in iho last rev, years obtained, many initlion dollars with ''the Igas't possible effort and riction. la the matter of achmnis tration it is said that the leadersWi he church have leal' out o: he book of tiic construction depart mint, of the Canadian Pacific Kail- 'way. The method bf administration oi1 presbyteries has been found high- Jy successful in. well-settled, communi- ties, but in new district's, as in the opening up of the great w-eat, it has been found absolutely essential to-ap- supervising officers. It lias been demonstrated also that such of- litials have a place even in the east. H lias been arranged "that one of the addresses for Mission night at the Assembly be given -by .T. Hruce Walker, the Commissioner of Immigration in Winnipeg. Two mis- sionaries from the most remote points in the Home Mission field will give addresses and the other speakers !will Rev. W. D. Held, superintendent in Alberta, and Rev. Geo. A. Wilson, superintendent in British Columbia. Bruce Walker, who was-tof> of years in charge of the immigration work of thejpo'rainloir goVernmeitt in Scotland ali'd England, and' who has been for three years the commission- in Winnipeg, will tell the story, of the movement from the old country to Western Canada and will indicate the need of energetic action oiu.tlio part of all the Christian bodies in Canada. .New, Legislation .-The new legislation-wiih; reference tb'-'tlfe" art mini strati an mission work "of the church will he introduc- ed on the first full'day afternoon, when Dr. A. S. Grant, -will Pure Paints To ptint llit whole beau out ot In or merely (reiticn up c bit of woo J work, Jet M-L Paint. BctfdevpurcUid.ptiriztno pure oil thtre'i 4 tint M-L Piinti protect mil iurf.ce (bar BRICKLAYERS ARE OUT ON STRIKE ASK 75 CENTS, EMPLOYERS PLACE A LIMIT AT, 70 CENTS AN HOUR brick masons are out on wtrllte. work on the various building contracts under iu the city wasi resumed Mils morning, tho -masons were not in itic'ir imiuus. Ho i'ar no otlwr trades are affected. Tho masons held a, meeting of their union hist night, which WHS attended by practically every member of Ihu union. Vice-president Butler, of the International Union, was pi-esent. On a v.ofu being taken as to what action should be followed, every man voted for'a strike, with the result that, ev- erything in thu brick laying line on all contracts in -the city IB (jiiiot. There hat; been .no demonstration of Sold by SsoaersonsHart Late. Latimer Hart EXPLOSIONS ARE DOING DAMAGE kind. The other unions are atj work as if nothing had happened, and it Hctnns to be the concensus of opin- ion that nothing in the nature of a sympathetic strike will occur. So far tiie other building trades have not been asked to express themselves in any shape or form, but even if they do remain at work for the' present; they will be forced to (juii shortly, ow- ing to the tie-up in the bricklaying contracts. j How long the strike last? That question was put to a local contractor! this morning. His answer was "Justj i as long as UK; masons decide to re- j main out. We absolutely refuse to go further than 'we have gone. In CaM Edmonton are no better wages than we are bore, in whoin -s tlemail j KSaskatchewan cities the general Th j for bricklaying is G7H' cents an hour, and they receive that amount this WOODWORK j> RING Into this yard today and let us figure on that work- We can save you money-and-, assist you in many ways iii getting: the best material foi the Job It ib our biHinflBH to please trade does not- depend on OXB need your FUTURE custom, i Farmers'Lumber Co.Ltd Operating Yards in Southern Albertaj See our big sign "TIIE LETIIBKIDGE LUMBER YARD" The Viinl where all the material is under cover Canada Would get the Greater Gain (Continued from front page) ROAD BUILDINGv.AT FERNIE IS ATTENDED WITH CONSID- ERABLE DANGER (Special, to the Fernie, Slav 31 road fpcratlpus took on -a-- more than interest yesterday afternoon .spring i'or tiie first time in tUu his- tory of tUe province. fact that tiie nmsons are signed ui) in almost every nther city in the Wost at a JOWCT rate than 70 cents places the striking masons here in a bad light. "Then, too, we have nuthentic infor- mation from the International Union that the Lethbridge union has uot the support of the international in this flurry. Wo expect ilia strike to lust n few days, but whether it is j settled nest week or next fall, ,onr ig The governor of New interposed Representative Good, insurgent republican from Iowa. retorted tha Georgian, "to Col. Roosevelt, who denpuueutl Bryau as an anarchist because rhe "criticized the income tax and now wants to re- call all decisions. There is enough intelligence, enough patriotism, enough memory in the American peo- ple not to crown this, dangerous, de- magogue as the Mexican King, of this republic. Roosevelt is going to he nominated, hut he will not be elect- ed." price is seventy cents per hour Representative Henry 'wanted to no more." know whether the house" ha'd forgot-' It will be a few days .before the ox- ten a ccunn lettci contained j net extent of. .the' trouble, so Tar as I these wonls its effect on Le.Uibridge building concerned, is known, but it is hardly thought it will last long enough to tie and this morning.V'wJien heavy blasts up the building.of the city's car barns, E dynamite wurci'.explodL'd to break on It was intended that work p a hank of across the j week. river, north end. oC INCORPORATED 1855 Eecoi'd of Prtigrcss for Five -DU1 Reserv'e.......... D.eposits.......... Investments Totnif.Assets Hal 83 Branchei in Canada, and Agents and Correipondents In all the Principal Cities in the World. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT at ill branches. Interest allowed at highest current rite. Lethbridge Branch. K.D.Johnsoii, Manager INSANE FARMER'S AWFUL CRIME Oklahoma, June Brock, a far- mer, heat bis wife to death with a. spade aud cut his own throat with-a at his homo near here yester- day. Both were dead when officers, Biimmoiifid by neighbors, who were at- tracted by the weeping of the five INDIAN OUTtAWS DESPERATE MEN Vancouver, the two Indiau murderers of Lillooet, yesterday into "tho cabin of. John Truran, tiie'man who gave the alarm before the Indians had murdered Constable Kyuess four weeks ago. Evidently they bad in- l children of the Brock's, reached tended to lull him out of rcvenge, as they had killed a Chinaman who gave the scene. Brock is believed to have 'been iii- evidence against them before they fionc. Recently he qitll. his employ- broke jail. Posses have been on th mont, because he dechuvid others whoLtrail.of the Indians for a month, bul did not. 'work were more prosperous j far have byen' unable to eoirie up limn with (hem. Y lain the changes and point ot hi Avhieh the 'work cf Ah church will be simplified. One of'th interesting changes which it is pro :posed to make, is to unite the east eTii and western-sections. The Mari time Provinces have always rotainci the management of their 'own :affairs Is desired the Dominion this separation shoiik be terminated, and although then may be "'-is-'-believed-', thai -unification will be made com plete. It is now known the attend ance at. Edmonton will larg est the 'the church There JS great Jnteres't manifested in Eastern Canada in Edmonton, the new city of the-north, and in the Province of Alberta generally. An- other element which will lead to a larger attendance this year is the fact that for the first time the ex- penses of a very large number j-jpf delegates are paid, In former years j the great majority, of the delegates, both lay and clerical, paid all their own expenses. Last-year an arrange- ment was effected .whereby the Pres- byteries agreed to imy this cost, of travelling. About two-thirds of the Presbyteries have already completed arrangements to do this wiib the result that they will have.a full cjuota at this annual parliament of the de- nomination, lu addition to tho regu- lar delegates a. much larger nu-mber. than usunl of private citizens have announced their intentions of; join- ing the party. Special trains 'with minisUH's and laymen from all parts of. Eastern Canada will pass through Winnipeg on Monday night or Tues- day morning. The election of 0. .McQueen, of Edmonton, (o the position of Mod- erator is conceded by'all, mid" in bitt new church he will preside over the neutings of. the body... At the last meeting of the Presbj> tery of Toronto it was agreed to ;in- vitc the Assembly to hold'the meeting Four shots, cadir.cqitsisting of From thirty to forty sticVsi of .dynamite, were set oft at three o'clock yester.- NOMfNATED BARR1E LAWY'ER EVEN IN YOU ARE NOT A MILLIONAIRE you will feel like one whon ill-eased in a suit, that has been cleaned and pressed, at tho Cleaners. By'our metli- ods we add a style and smart- ness to the cut of your gar- ments that give them the ap- pearanco of the beat tailor-made it is a well known fact that clothing lasts much longer wbou regularly cleaned and pressed. Wo clean any thiag thai, can he lains. draperies, laces, silks and salins. Cleaners Opp, Wesley Church, Phone 474 of in Knox church of this city. It is a number of years since tho AH- Ktnnbly met in Toronto and it ap- pears vc'ry prohiiblo .tbat thn requeot which will be prosentcd in Edmonton will bo acceded to by the commission KIIGX !s a edifice of large anil is one of the linest examples of ecclesiastical architect- ure in tho Dominion. [iay which: broku.up the gumbo-in great shapefi but there-were o'ther 'effects not doing any serious harm, frightened sonic v.'omeii and children, living in houses near the east en.I of I he Farey Greek bridge so badly that they are sti nervous from the iHSects. The house of Win. AJlcn, a miner bears the marks of the homhanliiien of rocks which fell 'around through'it yesterday. A ruck, the average co cnannt, crashed through the roof the back-room oi tliy little house down through the floor' and burie< itself In the hard, rocky ground be neath. Mrs. Allen and her childrci ivere in the front part of the house at the time, but she had been in tht Hi rough which the rock des- cended, hut a few minules before and tarrowiy missed being a target for .he boulder. Another shot fitcd today and a ittlc child of and Mrs. Charles 'Teart, who live at tiie other corner the .same block in .which the Al- ms live, ran the back teps and was met and picked up by is mother, who ran to see what had lappcned. .Another stoue about the size of a nose had struck the overhang oi lie little house and scraping down he side'of the buried itself in the ground within a font of the steps up 'which I he child was scampering in fright from the sound of the. shot uurosK Urn TlieSi- houses are within four or five hundred yards of where .the, bin sting beiiig done, and frequent showers oi rocks have -faHrn in thr litMglUmrhooU hut boiiihanhneiit is getting too flosc lo be (romfnrlahle and more caution will have to he exercised inllip use Barrie, Out., May Sim- coe Conservatives today nominated A. Boys, of the varan-cy, cteatuil by uie vfttion oti Justice Lennox to the High Court bench, Ninn ballots were ne- cessary to a choice. Mr. seems to me that what you proposed to do with Canada is admirable from-every standpoint. 1 firmly believe in free trade with Canada i'or both.economic and political reasons." A THE DUKE Montreal Methodist conference may condemn the Duke of Caniiought's-at- tendance at horae races LIVED TO GOOD AGE Sirs. Annie- Best is dead at Niagan on-the-Lake, aged Sfi WHITE JiSTARl, LARGEST Sailings from Montreal Every Saturday- for Liverpool, culling at Quebec Laurentic: June 8, July 6, Aug. 3 June 15, July 13, Aug. 10 22, July 20, Aug. 17 29, July. 27, Aug. 24 S.S. LAURENTIC, 3.9. MEGANTIC Largeit and Fineit steameri in Canudiaii trade. Staunch and steady. Excelleiit accommodations for all classes. MODERATE HATE SERVICE S.S. Teutonic and Canada carry -one.clns (2nd) cabin ,Thc best these steamers afford at moderate ratns, also comfortable third-clHSB two, four and six-berth rooms. For'reservations, rates plans il- lustrated booklets, etc., apply to railway or steamship agents or lo W. M. McLEQD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street Winnipeg BY UNANIMOUS VOTE Melfort, Saslc., .Tune inon- ey :bylaws, totalling for sewage disposal and elec- tric liglit were carried yesterday. 'No totcb recorded agamsL anj law. BIG ELEVATOR FOR QUEBEC A million-biishel elevator will be built at Quebec. TOUCHED A LIVE WIRE llciiuimrnois, P.Q., June .Menard, :I2 years electrocut- od yesterday afternoon whlli; at work, The man was ptcldng tip aloiijj; l.hc rivot' iiml In SOUK- way in contact with a live wire. Lie sj waa kiUetl, of dynaiujtc if serious accidents uru lo he avoided. Thr. bank of will soon be demolished ami UIR road liiii.shed to the bridge. HOMESTEADER DROPPED DEAD Medicine Mai, May Quick boxer, a homesteader, oft miles south of Seven Persona, dropped ilcnd yes- iciKlay, 'whilfi walking along the sirfiot in Seven Persons. He arrived thero on Tuesday, and was not feeling well. Yustonlay, wiiile walking along tiifj was taken Htuldcnly ill, and luil'oro modlcal aid arrived. Moan rn.tlui't! was' ilu- ciuisV-. Dr. lloyd. city JVJIH iioiit'iiMi, dtM'idod thai no was ne- FARM IMPLi Cols Emoi'son Xcw Antoinntic Ijill luclcpendcnf J3cam lin- ,mcl Xo 10-lt. Out -aml-lii Thiow Engine Disc and EMERSON Foot-lift Pious EMERSON Disc Barrens Harrow Csrts lew Hurrows H'ooil ind Steel Beam Walking Plows. EMERSON Disc Plows lutifint Sit ikml Corn nil Potiti Culthiitors EMERSON Stindard Mowers iti likes OF riERN ALBFHTA, ,CBSOS ttliero 01 plate bluing Lupine Plows or Kngine Discs, or both. Insist on seeing the New Bmerson No. 50 Automatic Lift, Independent Ream, Engine Gangs, also tho No. Emerson Otil-aml-In-Throw 10-foot Engine Discs. with Seeder attachment. The most practical and to-dale machines ever manufactured for Engine purposes. All wo.nsk ig that you give ns a call and aee for yourself. If It's Anything for tiie Farm We Have It. Dci'Ping1 Twine, Binders, Mowers and Winner Fanning Mills. Wsi.a'oiis. Diiinj) Curls, Lighl and IIai vy Brays. City Teannng Cieais. 1233 Second Ave, South Ltd. 1464 ;