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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. .Time 5. 1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The New England Restaurant QUALITY VARIETY QUANTITY SERVICE GLAD TO HAVE Page 7 Booths for Ladies Hill Block Dufferin Street Pincher Creek, June R. B. Kinlay has been returned to Pincher Creek for another year by the station- ing committee of the Methodist con- jference. the limit having been extend- ed from th'ree to four years for a min- ister remaining in one place. The Methodist congregation and the gen- eral public are weH pleased that Mr. Finlay will be here for another year. Apart from his pulpit duties he has made a splendid record for himself with the enthusiasm he instilled into the children of the Sunday school and his work in that direction is un- surpassed in most of the Methodist i League' addressed two large in Ai.hwfo and'interested audiences yesterday in AND MORAL REFORM Local League Elected Of- by Rev. Fortune Rev., W. G. W. Fortune, Alberta Sec- retary of the Temperance and Moral congregations in Southern Alberta. He has also made great strides in temperance work among the younger generation. Rain fell here during the night of BUILDING QN WHEELS BURNED BENEDICTION BY JOHN D. rr .Thursday last and refreshing showers 'gladdened the farmers' hearts on Fri- Meets Rev. Dr. Ex- change Confidences in Church Regarding Their Health New York, June new anecdote day afternoon. All day Sunday indi- cations pointed to more rain. -Flags were flying here on Saturday honor of King George's 'birthday, business went on as usual. A ca'det dance is to be held in the :of John D. Rockefeller is being told house on the evening of June Macleod June 7.45 bv friends who sat near him 9th- Tile proceeds will go towards night the fire brigade were called out to put out a fire which had star-ted last Sunday. Baptist churc'b for the cadet uniforms. A picnic, horse races and athletic The preacher. Dr. John Clifford of is billed to a building which is being moved London, president of the International at Beavei: Creek on 'Coronation Day., D town from across the railwavlBantist Allianrp r-amp tn I Hon- A- J-'McLean, Taber, register- in to town from across the railway {Baptist Alliance, came down to the1 track.. As there is no water in this Rockefeller pew after the sevrice to ed'at the Hotel with the financier. Mr. vicinity the firemen were powerless, and the building burned, to the [haired remarked that the white- minister looked hale and ground. The building when burned hearty and fit for several years of on Sunday. BROOKS HALF BREEDS GUESTS AT CELEBRATION Brocks, vAlta., June on wagon trucks and as the [useful service.' Dr. Clifford inquired Swain and Emily Kiauni, half breeds, .were married Monday at Medicine Hat, and come home to Brooks on the afternoon.train, where they were house was empty it is thought old Mr. Rockefeller was. some one set fire to it, although this! "Seventy-two" was. the answer. j has_not been, proven as yet. There I "Dea" said Dr. Clifford, 'Tm a largo crowd turned out to see myself. Is your health .by a.large number of friends. la the the excitement. Farmers are bringing samples grain into town every day and of them are excellent and much bet- ter than those of previous years. The growth of the grain this week is re- markable and in some of the samples goo-d> Mr- Rockefeller? of! am feelinS very well all j evening there was 'a in their ;honor in Oddfellows' hall, in which white people took part. Post- Dr. Clifford as he was leaving plac- 'master Burns was floor manager. Mr. Rockefeller's and'IAmong the dances were the "Red- 1-bye and God bless you.'" River and the "Flour Wheel." These dances were fast calling back: "Yes, and and most of those engaged in the gram is beginning to head. out. God bless you, Dr. There have been a .few slight showers liiis; week, but most' of the rain fell in the town and the farmers did not receive any, although tonight it has star-ted to rain and'it has been rain- ing south of Macleod all afternoon. iwere half breeds. The bride and groom were the centre of attraction. .The groem is about 6 feet four inches j in height, and his bride of the petite- i model. It was an enjoyable occasion- land the white people got as much en- the joyment out of it as the half breeds. 1 clause maMng it imperative that an the First Baptist church in the morn- ing and in Knox church in the even- ing, on problems relating to the li- censed liquor traffic in the province. Speaking of the relation of the Chris- tian church to the temperance ques- tion, he said that the church had a serious problem to find a solution for I and that the church was responsible for the condition of affairs now ex- isting as it had allowed the traffic to be licensed in the beginning. The traffic, he stated is diametrically op- posed to the teachings of Christ. "It is, not the hotel k'eeper that I oppose but the licensing of the business. It 'is the system in itself and in its re- lation to the social evil which is wrong1. In this new country -where the .tide of immigration carries with it so many problems for the govern- ment to find solutions for that 'special should given to the tem- problem. The making of good citizens and the licensed liquor traffic are opposed to each other in every way. The barroom is riot the proper training school either for the youth of the land nor for the foreign- J er from distant lands. To the for-; eigner in his ignorance of our laws i may be attributed a great deal of the crime these'days. One of the min- isters of our government said in my hearing the other day that instead of building one provincial jail we should be building three. I turned to him and said that "if they would do away' with, the .license system more than 75 per cent, of the present crime would-be' averted and the province barely have need for the one- now; under construction. We mast find "spine solution for the evil of m- now existing. The great trouble'-in finding a solution is that the Statutes governing local option are such that we are handicapped to McLaughlin-Buick Motor Cars Seventeen Models, with choice of colors and equipment, in half-fore doors, full doors, torpedo body. Garage 1227 Bompas Street (Old City Auto Garage) Competent Mechanic in Charge Stored and Repaired at Moderate Charge Mclaughlin Rigs Call and inspect our varied stock of these fine vehicles. Twenty styles set up in our show room. Dunlop Tires A thousand dollars worth of casings and tubes In stock in sizes from 30 x 3 1-2 ,up. The feature of this season's Bunlops are a much heavier stock, two extra thicknesses of canvas, a tube-protecting attached to inside of each casing. Dunlops are giving- splendid satisfaction. Call and examine these tires DISTRICT Fairbank's 25 H. P. Tractors, De Laval Cream Separators, Fairbanks Gas En- grnes, Scales, Windmills, Etc., Campbell Sub-Surface Flours. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hay, Grain, Seed, and General Produce. Write or wire far quotations. WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12 1-2 St. St. East.) P. 0. BOX 112 TELEPHONE 1244 WE WILL RENT FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS ALL OR A PORTION OF A 26x100 CONCRETE CELLAR 12 feet deep, with use of spur track and elevator. This cellar is specially suitable for a wholesale business election for local option must cover the whole of a license 'district instead of any of its component parts. "However, in spfte of this handicap, are going to conduct va local tion campaign in District No. 2 along year should be made better even than last year, and for that purpose a strong executive committee was elect ed, with full power to make what ar- rangements they deemed wise. The the line of the G. T. P. and C. N. chairman of the committee east Edmonton this fajl and probab- ly in the Red Deer District also. If we succeed as I 'we will in carrying -the election we will come south 'and -carry on a similar campaign in this distsict. It is the only solu- tion of the problem at hand and as Moral Reformers we must work and our efforts will be attended 'the best res.ults." v Organization Meeting At the'-conclusion of the services in the various ctiurches' of the city last evening, a mass meeting was held in.Knor church, for the annuaV organ- ization meeting- of the Temperance anil Moral Reform League. Only -abcut thirty people attended. Rev. W. G. W. Fortune the general secretary i'OT the province gave an outline of the work on hand, speaking particu- larly of the local option fight that will come off nest winter in the -northern i part of the province. He said he be- 'lievea th'e time is nearly ripe for local .option-in the south and quoted a Macleod ma-n as saying that that town would give the required three-fifths vote to abolish the ba-r. T D. H. Elton gave the annual financial report which showed that had been raised in various ways for the work during the past three year.s and there is a balance in the bank of: The following officers were thea elected: Pres. S. S. Dunham; the president, Mr. Geo. E. E-wing. Mr. Percy L. Leech was appointed secretary for the day, and the execu- tive committee consists of all the Moose Jaw in the Saskatchewan leg- islature, was in town visiting Ms brother yesterday, accompanied by; Ms son. AVIATORS GETTING CLOSE TO END OF JOURNEY Rome, June the -German; entrant in the Paris.-jRome-Turin avia- chairmen of special committees, asjtion race, who has been, stalled at follows: Grounds, W. S. -.Russell j Pisa owing to wrecking- his ma-chine, Finance, W. E. Bullock Advertising, ;left that city at. 8.15 o'clock this mom- C. Groff and E. Cook; R. H. Anderson Horse Racing, P. Ham- mer Decorating, A. P. Veale. D. aviation committee hers ne for 'Rome. He flew to Accarei, miles from the capital. To the Malo will be vice-chairman, and Dr. weH and machine intact He 1 G. W. Leech will have charge of 'the -asked ttat machinists be sent Mm entertaining of visitors. Besides the iwith- a Several automobiles usual races, baseball game arid fuel were rU8hed to Mm crosse game, it is the intention of ''I6 Frey will resume his- rV -fli tyn-tt ft A.t_i_ _ ____ __ the Board to introduce'a special fea- ture in the shape of a patriotic dem- onstration in the morning. The Hon. A. J. McLean, .W. A. Bu- chanan, M.P.P., have .already signi- flight at three o'clock this afternoon. pairing the wing of his aeroplane-bro- ken iby an abrupt landing at Cecina about ,35 miles'from Pisa and again ascended, flying in" the direction" of fied their intention to be present where he expected to arrive vice president, W. W. jN'eeland; secretary- treasurer, D_. H, Elton; committee: T. S. Mackenzie. A. L. Foster, Jos. Tuff, C. McClenaghan, J. B. Gray, Thomson, W. S. Sherd. Dr. CELEBRATION ON D01N10N DAY Taber Plans to Have Big Visitors Taber, June G-. W. Leech and J. T. Stcphenson returned last uight from Banff. We learn that J. T. Stephenson was elected' D. D. G. M. for district No. 3, A. F. A. M.7 which embraces the Crow line from the Hat to 'Lethbridge, and takes in Cardston and Carmangay. An important and largely attended meeting of the Board of Trade was" held in the town hall last evening, when final arrangements were made for the entertainment of the Winnipeg Business Men's excursion. A delega- tion will go. to Lethbridgc on the f Flyer in the morning and will return j on the'special with the visitors. The j train will be backed right up to the i C. W. mine, when by the kindness of j Mr. Kidd, the party will be taken on j another specral train, for a trip of j about two rtiiles underground, -where! they will be shown the latest rneth-! 'ods of mining coal. Automobiles will j be waiting to take charge oi the I party when, they return to the sur- face, and convey them to other points of interest in the locality. After this business was disposed of and one or two other items dealt with, the Board took up the 1st of July celebration. It was fell that the celebration this1 deliver patriotic addresses, and doubtless some local orators' will be enlisted. The Taber band-will: render patriotic airs at intervals, and- expected that this willf-be one of the most popular features of the day. The celebration wjll be brought to-a close by a grand 'the opera' house, when special music will be 'furnished. The Board of Trade are trying to make the celebration here the best in the whole district, and no effort will be .bring'this about. j' The biggest deal in'city property which lias been made for some time, was consummated when G. C. Millar sold his corner on Hough' street to Joe How. early this afternoon.; WIRE'KILLS'.GIRL Pittsburg, June the electric light -wlreg in Bmddock today and -Mary aged 8 and her brother aged. ran Into, one of the deadly things. Mary fell un- conscious; the wire bcrnlny Into ier limbs. John was thrown against a cunb and it is thought skull was fractured. Mary; is dyinf and Jofcn may not recover. POTTERY PLANT DESTROYED Quebec, June Saturday ,We learn that jnight destroyed the pottery the figure paid sets a.highwater mark 'which wiJl take some time'to equal. Mac Annable, former M.P.P. for plant of W. and D. Bell at the little River. loss will reach no insurance. A True Saying! Are You Building selecting your paper for your new house, be careful. You -will benefit bjf, using good THAT'S JUB1LBEI PEERLESS SHEATHING' ig also good paper. pleased '.tp mail camples on re- quest.- Trade only supplied. Merrick- Anderson Ma ken. Winnipeg, ;