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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta AtBERTA'METHODISTS REFUSED TO ENDORSE A PURELY WESTERN ORGANIZA- TION BIG MI 10 Cl [HER German of Welland Exposes Part Price ot Power for BorHen Liberals Opposes Gift of Fifteen Millions to M'Kenzie and Mann out of V Pockels of the People OlUvia, June a long Kito lasting Iron) 3 uVluik until the l.ouri tl-t I'dnadian North- ern subsiily was voted t.y p.irli.i- iftcot tonight. They v.eie opposed by the Liberals who toislended tliM it would liavc LMMI better i( the C.N. the responsibility lor tlie future fin- ancing rit ihe toad. The Minister BRA1THWAITE QUITS CALGARY gjiy, June Dean K. Hrai'.hv.aitc-. of ibo L'nU. F'tj, who hai J i ci the iliy for Srfir.P lime [I.1S1. A Lit I.Ql m litS 1'coiiion HI bead of fat-jh> ai Iho local institution, is ilit; information out today by a v ho is vloidy af- Body Pulled out of the River -Pockets out and no Money Found ihc X.K. main line at doliirs ll-c nine million. U. is really in nicd of assistance to H in the form of a loan for v.Iik-h ample pcuiriU should ho tie- Bunded. 'Mipy said iliat they v.o'ahl Object to a larger anmunt provided it was in the form ct j bond sul fi loan. and land, C.N.Il. lias nlrrady The position uf tl-c govcrurunt Ed forth 1'remirr Itordcn, Hon. T. tthite aud Hon. Rrjnk rane was that Ihe C.N'.U. main lir.p has not received nearly so much in tie way of subsidies and guarantees RS either C.I'.K, nr and Sir Wilfrid I.aurlcr nouM agree, ami staled thai the jprliLaljlc to the main tine in tSiu' v, eb t w as u or th Urn ty-bix tn hoi is the, He IJtat illl.uQD.GDO m :i-l on the between Quclci .-ud tl'c STAR WITNESS AGAINST TAM LEY SMITH AND ATKIN- SON TOO FULL FOR UTTERANCE Kreausc Patrick" llaran od's I toafmoce would not pass a re solution asking Ihe gcnon! confer eaee syc-cUl coaitaitiet' to (.tbe to ferm a united church utst of ttie C-reat LiU-5, motion bting de- [Special to ilie VcrnSe, U C.. Jur.e Jt-A mur.lcr of the Italiai colony named K.-rr.ei who emptied at tl.e colce ard uho on the lull behind tl-e- m-HjijHMr- ed about a aso and to Inni could be found until laM. Sur.- da> when liis body was diavuvrei in the uatcrs 'of Creek a mile ahote inc city ind opyisitc the line switch oi the Crows ratlv.aj. He was hue .Smith, Veard in District Court today. The trio caii'.c hcfnie tl.e judj.e on the charge of tliclt from tl.e person of I'at Haidn sonic two wtels aso, the alleged robbery being accompan- ied hy violence, in which Haran lost most of his clothes. Tt.e tlaee men weui arraigned, elt-cicd to tried spccdiiy, and pluuuni 'uui ijuiltj.1. Where FaUick collccteil liis over- hanging jag is one ol thr tnjsleries nf tiiP case. After the alleged rub-. he was hrokf. The police found !n lUc some new clothes for him, and Kun.s. He supplied ILc for a the last been office manager fur ihe lluthie company 111 this cily. Ipii yes- terday for uhcre le will in futiire reside. -He was ;oir.eil at Fernie by his'.brother, James A. Mofiatt. who comes lo this country from South Africa." For being drunk ahd al MViJdo, a man naiuffl ThofDJS Oeo- K.licsan was sen lanced to siKnd four- was OonstJbEc Collins, II Mr. Naismith in llie City Brings Goou News to Miners and Men ELECTRICAL LABORER KILLED 'rinep Ali'Oit, June Al beni, .1 young Austrian. empSojed bj Eho city electrical department, wa L'lectrocutcd this morning vlillc a work on ihe Imc oil 50ih St. West, 220 of currcni. is estimated to nav passed tlirangh his body, causing a most inslautaneo'.is death. He too a luc in his bme bauds. I o'clock the celebration of the. Lord's j-npper, in. which between four and 1 fivo thousand neople'p.irilcipateti, isas begun, than one hundred Pees- Lvteriaa ciders, from all [tarts of Ca- t naila, many of [htm distinguished men, atsisted iri the distribution of the elements. Eimibr asstitnbly of Presbyter fans for the observance of this sacred rite has ever been held in Ehc Do-1 minion, nor, so far as Is known, In' rniy'n-art of !bc PresbitcrlatJ During the distribution of the bread and wine, all ihe doors leading (o tlie auditorium nere as tightly pealed as the entries of a Masonic lodge, and no one peimilted to iiaas. Hev. Dr. of Moatreal, T. ho has EO successfully conducted the de- rollonal sen ices of the yalhering, dc- Ihcrcd a brief address. Rev. Dr. P. Mackav, This nfternonn at five o'clock there will be held a secor.d sen ice of an. especially sacred character, when nil the delegates rones1-' ibeir of consecration and dcJicstion to God. Al the regular session of Ibis forenoon. Her. John McNeil, ot Cooke'a Church, Toronto, the most interesting address., dealing willi the subject of evangelism. Rev. Dr. Ilobert Johnston, minister of Mie large American Presbyter fan. churcli In Montreal on tbe samo !-chernc. Kev. A. n. Henry, of Van- couver, introduced a discussion lemperauce. uui i nRca poll j, ar- rived in on Monday to join the Central Lumber -Cc. I'erkins will ha coioiiected with tlie company Letlibridge yard, the concern hating recently in- creased its capital to admit him. He is a lumhcnnan of experience, having spent many tears of his life in, the V.'aEhington luniiipr'districts. He'is well pleased uiih uhat lias, of Lettibridgc nr.d Soutlisrn Altcrta stating ihat lie 'hAs: foynd here on a par with that in the r.rals. JagJ> bucii as 1'av exhibited cost Vihere did it Court and told to'go and sleep Hit' that hc'could conm k this aflcrncon with hettei grasp of things b general, Jior 'hcr Slomc !n anil a thinner accent on his sbc.ttill s face a I vhe past year a-teaotier-on H.c stoti ot the public schools here, tomorrow Hrur.swick, 'Ihat the ol Hie company in SouMiern Alberta a'nti the Crows Nest Pass shortly resume- wott- ing full shifts v as the welcome an- nouncemput made this niorning by P. Naisniitb, manager ol the de- jartmerjt'o'f Natural Resources of tie 3. V. R.', who is in the cily lor a couple ol The announcement nas been hailed delight toy the nerchanfs who heard H. for it .vill mean that the fortnightly paj- roll will be considerably ausmented MUDDY WATER CLOGGED JNTAK during the summer months, at a time when a payroll good to every language. WHO WERE London, June DISAPPOINTED -The Canadian As- sociated Prtss has reason lo believe that the of Canadian names fub- milted from Otlansa, in connection with (he King's birthday honors, re- ceived rather Tlgorcus rensorship by Ihe home offlciflls. There wiirpro- lie fnrlher Canadian honors dur- mg the summer. place be filled b'y lli'ss Alberta iliddlcton, formerly 61 staff. ICuig's birthday pnstcd very quiet- ly in Ferric. The schools and gov- officcs were closed, but 1he Bolli Parties Abroad us tlie I'robii lo liox T.o.iflon, 'June exceed- ing vas dnno early loday hy a suftrageltc "arson" squad uhfc'h spt fire to a newly tonsltucted ,liut iinocctrpied mansion al it had been decided thai.for Can iirar Trowbridtc. ada each'oi the provinces should he The women left hclnml them :i pli- regarded aa A rone, bul Ihe three Card bearing the words "for damages I Maritime would bo combln Gitnv-a. Juno the Commons this morning, lion. Mr. Pclletier curfd the secontl reading of his bill providing for a sjstem of parrel? post in Canada, aud ihe House went into committee on the measure, Ifo oxpl.iliitd there was legiJ- now on the statute Looks re- lating to parcels post, and that Ibis bill did nol go outside ihu now vested In the Postinaaltr-Gcneral. H bed been decided lo fix Ihc nolghl limit of parcels at cloven pounds, and 72 ir.chefl would be mlximuni of ler-sth and girth combin- ed, The ?6ne would bo adopt ed, but r.ot the s.ime limits 33 the Un- ited States, -uhtro the sjalem nas ex- ceedingly complicated and difficult Ihc lo Iboioiigldy un dcrstand various Hie Mnritimes be- ius combined as one. Mr. J'elletier said liul It was tcndert lo run Iho system on a bnsi ness cheap rates, but "self .iitiing. Tbe fistern rome nto force by piochmsUlon, ]irobibl> January I, 1PH. but be ore. lie poEnted cut that rural mal :arrlcrs might have to be paid m ind that might bavc lo be bomc change in mml mal] botes, but be worked out lajcr. lie pry-ent. arrangement with Iho rniluay companies for cairjins ihe mail bad been a subject of much dis- union lately.- The amount of mail to right ITon- Vallor Kuiicinun, of fftast and land rever.ufs, ad- dressed at last course of ivhkli a nun> Ijcr of suilmgctto interrupters ueic tjcctcd. SENATOR ELLIS VERY ILL Ottawa, June John V. Kills, of 'seriously III at the Russell House. The need Senator has been Tn very health nil _1ho te3rion, but yesterday look n turn.1 and is confjucd to bed. fonflillon today 14 sonic w proud. itoies ;were open luniljbr al the h'is :erognize Ihc lioh ar.d the .great-r ofiucs did not business man of city, PIPE OWING-1 TO VERY HIGH STREAM r halt and jhree-quartcrs of a million j dollars be disbursed every month for the rest of the year. This will mate up lor the felt in the lack of municipal under takings this >ear.' The coal iuilustry in Southern Al- berta is gradually assuming a more There is lots of water in tbe riv these bui tbis morning mo than one man came down to his offi with sleep in bis eyes because could find no water at home to wa it out. Some time before nine o'cloc! An Jrajortaiil announcement "was uiAdo today by Manager P. L. N'ai- puiiTh of the department of natural re- sou.-ces ot the C. P. It, which ii oC interest to lha people of Leihbrldga trict. Dr. J. G. Eutherford, form. ly chief Domluioa foe -depariment of asricultrue, naa appointed by the cotapany to post of Euperintendent of; agricul- This position to villl told trt ddition to his post as Eupermtenilcnt aniuial with, tho depart- enl of natural In assum- Lg the position Dr. Rutherford Us tbe vacancy caused by the appoint meut of 1'rof. Klllott, formerly sup- rluteudfiii oJ" agriculture, as uendont in chargo of one of the Cultural blgb schools being openeil Us Tall by the prour.clat detutmcatj C agriculture. Tbe appointment of Dr. Rutherford ill be a popular one here. Daring ne Mi led Farmiog hew i April, Dr. RutLerfor'd wag oae ofr lie It-ad ing speakers, lie la conversant with Ihe needs of South- :rn Alberta, rind has proiateed to do ill in !iis power to build up tbe Ilty itock industry in the soutb. In fact, 10 has already lent his approval and tld to tbe on foot to malte I iridge a live marlreL Mr. Wafsmith's Speaking of Ihe work being dons i bis department Jn building np tlie lira stock ir.dustry hi the western" prov- inces', Mr. Xaismith stated ttul 11-.9 cocipauy uas still shipping in crade cattle and putting them cu (heir farms. The departments of agricul- ture of Alberta, Saskatchewan and' EHtish Columbia are all a similar policy, "Do you think there n any danger, of the live slock industry en the west being Naismith was asked. "Not for yean to come. K r. Hi bo many years before the gupplv ran catch up wijh the demand. T'JS with tho live stock are ihc men. who arc making money thctc- While in the city Mr. NaiMiiilh visit the ready-made farms at Coil- dale ami also the company's detain- tration farm at-Itroiburn, tUa buildings are now being erected, ncnn is a f j solid basis. At the present time it the water supply It C.-P. R. OFFICIAL THINKS KEEP- ING STOCK MEANS MONEY FOR THE FARMERS DiEivict Siiperinlcndecil J AT. Cam eron, of the Medicine Hal division of the C. P. H., relumed from a tour of Ihp scirth tountry ihis morning. Mr. Cameron is very optimistic over the prospects for a and believes Ihat Ibis portion ot the iijovir.cre at h could be expected to outstrip berscli Travelling nest from Ilat.jkct in a changing state, which will( (entually result in a very greatly TLcroascd output, due lo a larger Market, although it is doubtful if tl-e time lull come when there not be a couple of, ilack months n Ihe spring. at least, is the opinion of Mr. Xaismitli. Free Coal to U, S. Market Coal on ilie free clause of tl.e tarift-bill before tne Vmlet! Stales government, will the ra'jsc of a change in the aspect of the coal market for the Southern Albert a coal fields. Mr. Xaismitti is of the opinion that It viill grcatl) increase tl.c demand, and therefore the mines, the miners and business men of this part of the, province welcome- it. A few years ago the mines here did a thriving trade in coal with Montana. However, the Montana mints are now being de- velopcrt, but Idaho, Washington aod [Oregon still present a valuable mar- j latter hart illy increased cnoriucusly, The newspaper ouners were enjoy- ing ,1 7-ate which was only n nominal rricc, anil that prevailed nowhere but Canada. The department would, try lo deal nlth this matter ivhcn they dealt with the r.iihsnjs re pa reels post. Hon. Hodolphc rtibtcJ at some length on Ifao adiantjyea of cheap p.irctl post. -and the hope tliat rgtabllshcd. would .Mr. Cameron encountered a down- oi rain, ami conditions are equal- ly flourishing to the east. Mb.el farming is the only saltation for So'iiiicrn Alberta, he thougbt, and. It is Tint beirs overdone in the least. cattle and mean money to declared Mr. Cameron, If the farmers gracp th-it idea, good. the) eannol help "llaviug 11ie-5tccli for lale the year round permits n farmer to hold Ills uhcat CTOJI. If I were farmlnif, I n-onld set a standard price for my grain, and if the clnvaiors came beiow Ihat price, 1 would turn around and feod it. The farmers must put them- sehcs in a position whereby they can impoFsiblc roalUed tbal It was dcnund the real of their gra' to fix Ihu ".d rr.'.'iod farming do it; cd to'form one xone. The lirat zons impossible i lo UU what circumstances may arise j to cause tl.c company to make the point of entry into Canada cUc where than ContU Hut such roniingcncics have not arisen as 3 re, ar.rt C'outls is shit in Ihe lead With coal shipping lo Ihe south re- opened the tJoo line through Coutts he a valuable addition, ar.rl ivo'Jld have, a important nir-tbirty o'clock before the trouble o-jld bo righted. The trouble lay rsl in tlie pumps. One of the but before this could be re- aired, tho water refused, to run into lie wella, which naturally wont dry. 'be latter trouble was found in the ntake which clogged owing to he muddy water coming down the Ivor since high water baa prevailed. There was enough water left In the mains however, for fire protection, the lydrants showing a pressure of fifteen pounds. 10 IHE DDE OFFICIAL NECESSARY TO bFFSET LOSSES THROUGH PEOPLE HAVING FLEXIBLE CON- SCIENCES IMPORTING ARMS FOR THE POSE OF OPPOSING JHE KINO -t. Belfast, June jOTGrnmaat, announced last that the Grants. Club expected a large consignment ot arms from Germany. One thousand with bayonets, arrived here to- day on a steamer from. Manchester, n cases marked "electrical Detectives promptly them.( The government say that they'are fully informed of tbe plans of Or- ange dubs to resist Homo Rule. The acttcn of the aulhorillea today (s tlio first interference the importa- tion of arms. IHmonlon. Alia, June I-Frank H. KtimmerviHc, ol Kdmonlon, has liccn appointed under tlie general's department oi Alberta as examiner of land values, the ap poinlmrnt takes efiect from Juac 1st. The department is to lost last jr Inr.d titles GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Walwm and Ual- chelor, cAtlle importers, reiiort aver- supplies of cattle, A brisk de- mand experienced at rtrm tallons, steers fetching 15 cents (o and bulls cents toj cents, The con i pan j' is now .io stock coal for tht fall Iratle. H is this -TlO1" IJiaf parly resumption nl full working shifts in the mines t.ere. BAD FIRE AT WELLAND Welland, Ont, .Tune in tho foreign section on I side the town this morning completely destroyed a largo three-story boardirig house and four small house. Some of the Inmates uad narrow escapes. JIJ.OOO, f ce.s owing 'o people- umicrslaling ralucs of their proi'prtj regis- J ;erir.g titles, 'ihc most reputable itirens chcal Ihc land titles in ,liis nav, apparently with clear t'pon intounalum contained id a, telegram to Chlcl Pavls, -from Chiei of Police Cuddy rol Calgary, Mrs. Chas. Mclvago was arrested by Set-' geant-Delective Kio.iing, upon lie- arrival lierc at J.15. today. Tba wire, slated tliat a warrant had for her arrest in Calgary on a charge of obtaining money ur.drc pretenses, hut that she had hoarded the train for 1-ethbridgc refore'lhs police could locate her. The 'joman (is thirty years old. ar.d is accompan-' by her husband and threa ichilciren. Chiei Uavis i? holding Ver until in- ;SlrucUons are received from Calgary. today made a flight m a military dirigible balloon at the army (tying grounds al Hracxiano, about twenty miles "Irotn cily. Tho king inlermrd in the th toning of bombs from Ihc Idftn against fixed and movable tar- gels' on the ground, BODY RECOVERED The body ol Sears found on the Uneh at .Chatham, "N. Me crossed the ieo tn the latter p.irt of March, when 3co safo. ;