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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TKX PAGES Lelhbnds'c, Alberta. Thursday, June .1. 1913 CENTS Number 148. 'lesbyterians Honor Great Mis- sionary Leader With a Un- animous Election to High Office (W. A. P. liepo-t) kjronlo, Juco ilassey lull, oVded lo s-jffocatiou. and at ll.e o! a msftlug of inlefltc e[ al erjthuBliBm, the Hcv. Dr. Murdoch lacKeuzle. for 2a years a inUalcnarj t tbe Presbyterian, Church in HOUTIII 'hlna. tonight eld-led modcralo t the Presbyterian Aiseinbly, and e will hare the dlstlnsnislied hono f preelding al the vaiious meelins f tho most memorable gathering ir an history ol the charcU. Ur. Muc .euzle was elected with great unan and was conducted lo Ihe erovrt d plattorm amid tlie plaudits of tti udlence. He welcomed by ih eilrtaB moderator, (lev. Dr. G IcQueen, aid tcoi charge of llie sub ..rjueDt ijroceedinijfi. IJr MacKeazje. the new modernto as born In Scotland, where Presb3 .rianlsm bas thrlveu gieatly -j hundred years. He receive Is education jartly In the old Ian chiefiy jvt lie theological In Montreal. He to Honaa i 1SSS. nnd has actively en- aged IP the work of the denomir.a- iou in ihM cffjntry slr.fe tliat time. U knovrn to the church in Canada and' has preached i of Ihe churches. Me s a rrjau of average height, of stocky ulld and of sturdy upj.earar.ee. He ean a full beard, and is clear ar.d neqnlvocal in all his convictions. election exemplifies the general of the assembly which looks to a great forward missionary Lovement, both Rt home and abroad. WHY NOT VIA LETHBR1DGEJ Saskatoon, June Saska- toon business me a v.ii! tilic 2- to Kdruon'.ou over the N. li., Ihence to Calgary, psr I1. V. H: and from Calgary lo Medicine Jim. and llitn ucme- Tiie parly which it Is will number one hundred, vvlll leave o'i June -J. MH. CONYBEARE 'PAID SiOO FOR PRIVILEGE OF PUNCHING METER-READER As a sequel lo the fracas between Mr. U. K. P. K.U.. and ileter Reader Donaldson, tduird by an attack made Donaldson by. Mr. .'oayheatc's pet doss, the latter was .riierdriv himimODcd to appear on a charge of assault, laid by Mr. Conjhcare, while Lc r'fadrd suilly to the before the police magistralc tliis maintained that he was justified in talcing a poke at Donaldson- In ex- plaining his reason, it necessary to jo into case, a pro ccdure which WAR objected to by Mr Dunlop, attorney lor Ihc plaintifl. Young Woman who Interfered With King's Horse has a Chance for Life REASON NOT REVEALED REV. DR. McKENZlE' Kpwiu. 3-Kinily WiWdmgi Davisou, the militant sulr.iftette wlm veblerday caused a sensation bj'leap- at tte King's noise and seizins ll.e re-ins while Le was sjHolwuf, at; lull speed in the rai d't nrrLj. who suflcrcd teirible injuries, re- dered i-onsnoiiiiiCiS at cnc P. m- Ship was able to take nourishment Iruiu a spoon, bin uualjlc lo to Tiic doctors consider Ibal ib slill hope for her ricoveiv. Miss Oaviscin is one of the. best jki.own English suffragettes. Sic is a voiuig woman o( t'igtl education, and I honor graduate oi London university and o! tbc final honor school at Ox- ford. She is a citizen of London by birth, but sprr.rts much ol tier time at her residence in -Xortb C'uruter- OIUA-I, J me poridc-iice in connection with ihc relitecaeni of Oeueral Jlac Ixetme as Met of staff, was lablci! last nishl. Il Is line! and lulurless. General KnuEe his re-'lsca- lion in rfsuiar Elvle. slates tiial il is "regretfully iccelvcd" Special Federal Commission an Exhaustive Report to Parliament Moderator Elect of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada ____.....____] ic'sultcd his dausbtcr iju Su'pU Heid'a c'Hicc, -by he ECnf.Tar.undertjklng wori -.4 ,t jjj not lhal f the cliarch at home will be con-1 f Called to the VMtucss Sup. 1 _. Used. _ nty lor Ihc plaintift. r M p" n i ire finally declared ihit Would Llke-Expeft Report OU at a Eimilar ig on Friday Xone of the or- Ijiifilscss of tbe asseiaWy a considered on cither of tfcefio even- (Conttiueti on any such cxproasjon used. _ Jtfiv Conybeare'tlien took tlin stand ynuj b> SITHJ, j and testified tbat Donaldson did give, teQljori i0'thc nccfi oi filtration is the lie to "his daughter, and ttial thfi op.RJO'u o{ Mayor any man would be justified in defend- taken ns a of ing a nomaa from such, an insult. lhc tfce pumping sta- Dunlop maintained that.it was ,-.a RE DESTROYED CONTENTS BUT DID UTTLE DAMAGE TO THE BUILDING 'Filteration Befoje Deciding on Type to Use ThaT'a commission should .be ap- pointed io enquire fully into the wa- terworks sjsttm, paying especial al- to the XUcleod, June this morn- 5 fiic broke out in the Stur Pool Mm. oii Second avenue and ting extinguished had completely de- the four pool tables and ittiec fittings, whllo the daraaRC i-d Jhe building "trill not exceed one hun- Ired dollars. Tbe low to Pan! Kctio, ,has tie busiccss rcotpd will be Ji the ncifeVhoihood of two thousand lollare, which It is understood is coveted by insurance. I of tho fire is as ?ot im Inown, but H.lfi suppled to havt, Itatted from a. lighted cigar or cigat- lUe'endv. rot illegal to call anyone a Mar, al- though it might be a somewhat eu- phonious teini to apply to a lady. When Mr. Conytrere charged the plaintiff with taking Ihc law into his own hands, the magistrate thought that the done the same thing. i 7hero was much confab over the subject, but Mr. Conybeare had ad- mtted tbe charge ol assault on Dcn- Idson, ar.d the magistrate imposed fir.e ol dollars and costs. Further developmeuts .in the case re expected, the parties re- BAND AND-.CITY NOW IN ACCORD TUNEFUL HARMONY FOLLOWS DIVE 18 CONCERTS' THIS SUM- MER At tie band question Is stilled, and two concerts f. week, weather perroHlins, will hold good for the summer months. Kighteeo concerts will bo given by Ihe band during Ibo summer, and more if possible. One be held at Henderson I.P.R. MULCTED BECAUSE TRAIN JHAND8 WERE SAID TO BE NEOtlGENT _ Saskatoon, June jury In Iho of SUatB V5. C. F. It., awarded pUjntirf special and (1E.OOO _ ,.eral dtmages Stnafs W.IR a switch aud in fjrTrjtembcr laat wivs badly iired while on duty. He loit lila J. Itg, all Ihe fingers or. his right and rlgbt leg was also irijur. I N'eflllgenco of other members of Jlraln crew allescd to bo !e for Iho accident. i week will Part This was tho result of liio meeting between Ihe the band com mllleo yesterday. The mayor is satis The 'number of concerts will prob vbly bo stretched to twenty or even more. Tho committee was suite agreeable lo do Ihis, feeling lhat the oily-has supported Ihe oiganlzatlon during the paal Iwo years in a wa) whlih Ibe band appreciates, ll.it 111 milliner wna held (or the grand jury, here yesterday, on a charge o' conducting a disorderly bouse. Mrs K. A. Randall, manager of Tolman's loan shark oflico in this cily. was belt' in ball. Miss Linda Irvvln and Miss Elizabeth D.mn, bis clerks, are held as witnesses. Tliey acre allow 1. That all children to the age of H years should receive the benefits ol c-lemenlary general education up to the stsnd'ards provided by the chools svstem ol the place or prov- nce where U.ry live at least. 2. That the experiences of the school should lend more directly to- wards the inculcation and conserva- tion oi a love of productive, cor.- slructivc and conTrving- labor. alter 12 years ol aje for the children vvhow parcnli or desire them lo follow manual occu- pations, the contents of the courses, the mclhods of instruction and the experience irom work undertaken at) school should have as close relation as practicable to Ihc productive, con- structive ai.d conserving: occupations to he. followed alter tlie children, c school- 4 TI.e. benefits for such pre-voca- tioaal education would accrue (a) (a) irom Ihe mlcresl a'vakened in manual occupations (b) from the discovery through the experiences at school lo (I.e papiis themselves, and to the teachers ar.d tlie parents, the htnt of Ihcir abilities arid aptitudes, and (c) lor Ihe taste and preference, thus developed leading the. children to follow skilled occupations lot which lliey arc suited. 5. Tlial further advantage wouM' rcs'ill because the interest -which this form of education would arouse in the children would dispose them BRANDON TO SPEND MONEY Brandon, Mar., June by- laws, authorizing tho issue of deben- tures to tbe amount of were carried by substantial majorities to y. The, vole was light. ed lo go on their own recognizances, to desire furlhcr education aiier they but will be expected to remain Tilth- .......v in the Jurisdiction of the court. Tolmau opened his office in the cit> in .luly, and did enormous business. His ratfs for borrowers on ralaries were belwten VSO and SCO per cent, a jear. crenln HUNGARIAN PREMIER QUITS THE JOB Vienna, .June f.ailiolaus Von ..ukacis, tlic Hungarian premier Icrliy cainf. lo lo Ihc Austrian capital and handed In llie tutgnadon of Ire Hun- garian cabinet to Emperor Krpncls .Joseph, as King ol Hungary. The ...v rn was precipitated by wild through fhc filters at all, scenes In Ihe pi.puUr chcimher jei-jrrct from Ihc nut fo Ihr .water tenl-ty in wjiich the aoldi'rii wetclwelh. Haw water is therefore ia or-, called in. Icier. PROSPECTS POINT TO A BUMPER CROP Mr. J. llamir.cr, ol Wilson Sidine, romplcling a trip thtO'Jgh 11. t enlitc south. Being a successful farmer himself, Mr Hammer is in ihc city todaj alter thousand-mile motor position to 'judge as (o crop conditions, and his trip, covetm; Ice immense area that il did, nould mate anr slatemeot from m'ni carry added weight. His reports arc accepted by the and his last yc.ir's report was four.d lo bo.vor) accurate. Mr. Hammer states thai graii silualion in Ihis portion of the prov- it In bolter' condition at- tbe present lime than it tins bee" 'or; ing nuniermis imnll horr.esxead tracts seven JCMS. This slalomcnt-vws would likely bring tbe. total lowed by or.c to the cfTcct lhat Sou- up lo SoO.OOO acres. Ttie cutworms hate not done near- h ys much daniase as last year, and Mr. Hamiier Hunks the reporlshave all been exaggerated. No point visit- ed by lit. Hammer reports any crops suficring Iron lack ol moisture. Alfalfa, flax, oats and barley in equally good condition, and n< sciious damage from worms ha come to Mr. Hammer's notice. A noticeable fcat'jtf of the trip i the remarkable, increase -.a the-num her ot hoail o( live and tti 'general Uuid toward raised (armies tliern Alberta would harvest the. largest crop in its history, this jcar The rain in Ihe latter pott ol -May was a material aid lo Ihc crops, ar.d the average height pi spring wheat at present-is (rom cighl to iacli- cs Very lilllc rc-sffding lias been necessarj, as most of the sowing was done on well tilled soil. Mr. Hammir cilimatts thst the acreage. Ihis )ear of all gra.ins amounts to an increase of twenty per cent, which would me.in n.pprox- Imately without count- bad begun lo work and cause them to keep in touch with education after they had begun lo work and caiiso them to keep in'touch with educa.- ional ciTorl in some form. 0 That tl.e time, and attention de- otrct lo pic-vocational or trade pre- aralory work in no way detracts rom or hinders progress in general, education of agricultural soil protection ar.d preservation df health and proper standards of con- ducts ar.rl character are eniphnsiicci as high ideals. In connection with elementary, edu- cation il is suggested thai provision be made lor training Iho senses and muscles, belter drawing and more of its physical culture, more more pre.vocational work more and better singing and organized and su- pervised play. STEFANN80N SAYS 'GOOp-BYE Sask, June. Stef- annscn left today at noon for B.C. where he embark on the Karluk III! has spent bis lime with his mother and brother, and Bjornsoo.- an old (chool chum. He gr'tai. regret aC leaving ;