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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Alberta. No. 150 BRICKLAYERS WILL GO BACK TO WORK TOMORROW MORNING DIRECT LEGISLATION AND SINGLE TAX Two Principles Endorsed by Ciares- holm Farmers in Convention (Special; to The Herald-) Clnresholm, June of the If not ihc largest convention of the A. ever hold In tills dis- trict, occupied the 'time of the runn- ers, In this I'ffwn yesterday. A full clay's session; with the ofl'icers of Ins [provincial body .of United Farmers ]iicBcnl, who spoke lo tli-o liirgc -audi- on the-dinis jind hopes of the or- was'something which will Jong be remembered throughout, the ('.'strict. -.A-good-representation from. different local unions on Hiand. The meeting wa.s culled lo order in the the ehair- ni'ail, II. It Peck, secretary of Ihc flrfresliohii branch, who introduced speakers and inad-a the opening Mj'eechl' Thi) 'forenoon session wi'.s vi Ken up mostly, with a review of .vcrlr, which hud been done in I-JLS'L and. plans laid Jor the future guidance of the different The speaking took, place uL tlie 3105U session, ami was started by Mie .Mr. .1. Tregillus, of Cal- who outlined the aiins of, tic .union along'tlic.lines of pro- cust'of .living-, inleriialiDii- al social. system wrongs, nn- jjuEMov transport ill km evils, mia- fplcttary :spirlt needed and the moral rpliftihg of theriua.sse.s.-1 'Us made a p. address and held ieiitioh oCUlie audience to the end. Discussion of. the different (Hies1 lions, touched upon by him 'then toolt jilnce, and a good many questions nslr- r-d, which lie answered to :the satisf-.ic- oT all. Hail Insurance. Ml. is. Sly, of Strathmore, vice- of'Ihc provincial XI. F. A. addressed the-meeting, touching lijion anil illustrating the need of co. onernLion, the need of hail insurance urn! die euro which should be Lnken Ijy the farmer regarding questionable .on page 7) PATRIOTISM SAVED RELICS London, June fa- mous Fireplaces .'of -Taltersall Castle, Lincolnshini, the finest examples of their kind, which when sold last September, were pulled down 'with ihc in- tention, it was staled or being removed lo America, were re- stored to the historic" castle yesterday. It was also report- cd that the castle ruins were 10 follow the fireplaces, .but Earl bus purchased hoLli.' BOOZE MADE CONSTABLE CRAZfe Mounted Policeman Gaye Cardston a Fi-ontici' Days MANY Leaves Hie Af teV Given ;Six GERMANS .SHOULD MARRY GERMANS Hamburg, June Clci-- man colonial secrelarios, Jiuw in aessloii a re- solution- yesterday, dlsapprov- ing of mixed marriages of ihc races in ithe German colonies. The resolution condemned the recent action of'the HcichstiiH which voted 'Jo 'maintain the JogdlKy o[ marriages boUvccn Germans and' natives in the colonies. .Gfifdston, June evening-_re- cent jy rhe, residents oE'1 Cards ton "we're treated to a display'of firea'rnis ami speelaculiir iliiiL. savo'r- ed or the early frontier-days, as re lated ia history. Constable- Gqugh, of Iho Twin Lake R. N. W." tachment, tonthwest of Canlsiou, was tlio principal wliife ,u jugloi: tiinglc-l'oot, whiskey. Lhe kiiid ''that would, make a rabbiL'fighL was the cause. Tlie couE'table nVrlved In town from the post, and delivered, tho custom returns as usual to the, local, office. From (.lien until his little was heard, of. him, but in .sormj man- ner he must lia.vc" secured a jug of whiskey and spent in consuming it. .i _ '_-; In the evening, being ready, to com- mence liis return journey, he stepped into the "linie-light" by uppearing at ihc barracks, oblaining his horse, and threatening lo shoot the cook! Proceeding down to Main he arrived in front of the Sanders-Ho- tel, where lie lost, uia, revolver. In remounting, he lost, his -hat, which blew, towards .Lhe sidewalk.' lAfr. San- dors, who was standing in front of; DECIDE TO CENTS AN HOUR Succeed in Securing Saturday Half Holiday And New-System of Payment of Has Been Signed And Sealed The brick mason strike Is over. It as concluded last night, when the union men came to an agreement with the contractors, and the signatures were attached to the papers .this morning, and the men will return to work tomorrow morning. Seventy cents an Is the scale of wages accepted, and there are some other new terms, also, not- ably, a Saturday half holiday. The agreement, as signed, is as fol- lows; Sopy of Agreement, between the Builders' Exchange, of Lethbridge mid all culiing, cleaning and pointing of brick 'walls: fire-proofing, block- nrchlng, lerra-cottii, culling -and set ting, and'tho .laying of nil lile, plas- ter, mineral, wood and cork block, or any substitute for the above material, and'the cutllng.'.rubbing and setting .all kinds of the setting of all cut slone --trimmings on brick bricklayers' work. Stone Masonry-r Slone .Masonry shall consist of laying all rubble work with or without'1 mortar, setting ;ill cut .In" .'yards and quarries, by stone-cutters, when the same is cov and the B.M. and 3, Alta., ered by stone; cutting a.11 shoddies, from June 6, 1912, to broken janiiis, May Hours 1913: and regular- work day shall be eight hours, 'ue- iwsen the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., except on Saturday, when it shall be 'our Lours, between the hours of'S a.m. and noon. The minimum rate of wages shall jc seventy cents (70c.) per hour. Foremen's wages-shall 'bo at least .en cenls per hour above the mlnl- num journeyman's- wage. Overtime.sliall.be paid at the rate oE time and one-half, wiih double Inie for Sundays, New 'Year's Day, Dominion Day, Labor Day and Christ- nas Day. All wages shall be paid fortnightly, at noon, either in currency or by narked chetiuVi. Subject to Edmonton Builders' -Exchange method oC pay. nent. Specification; of nasonry shalV consist of laying if bricka in, under or npon.any slruc- ure, or form of work M'here bricks re 'used; whether- In ground or yer its watarc in "inlisl conieiilioi omm-arcial buirdinss. rolling mills, corners, ring-stones', and the laying of -the ..same and the Cleaning-and .point- ing of stone-work.1 .This to apply to all work on 'buildings, sewers, bridges, railroads, or other public works, and Would Announce Politi- cal Meetings From "Pulpit tribe Alberta here lion A C Knflicrford, former prcimer of Albcr- nd iron works, blast'or smelter fur- In, was clcduil president; and A. C aces, lime or brick kilns, in mines Ncwcombe; of vice-president. round ns. sowers, tele-! .Lo the-'Western i-nnYi- aloritvlfi nnil cnmluil-K1" "A" T. to all kinds of stone, particularly to the product of the locality where the worlt is being done, and the same is considered Artificial The cutting, Betting of cement blocks or artificial stone and plaster block partitions, where substituted fnr, brick or ;tile shall be done by. members of. the M. and P.I.U. Fireproof Iny Shall "consist of the fixing and placing of all. tile, block, or slab, used in fire-p'roof construction and shall be done by membcr.s of -the EM', and Arbitration There shall be a stand- Ing committee of five "members from each organization, who.'shal] form au Arbitration Board.' It being understood, the representa- tive of 'the Builders' Exchange shall be representative' oC "the Mason. and General Contractor" divisions of that organization. V All matters of, dispute shall be re- ferred to this Committee for adjust- ment, and shall be considered by R within a period of -twenty-four hours utter notice oC Dispute; This board shall, have lull. power lo act, u ud any. decision mude by it sbail be final mill hiiidingaipon.both parlies In case of any' dispute, work shall continue' until such time as this board has met and 'considered the mul tor, provided Hint such consideration ttikes place 'within the; time hereto- fore specified. on 'beuaK: of the Lelhbridge Bnilders1 Exchange': -T; GOODJ3- A. Signed on behaU ofjthe J3.JJ. and P. LU-, it JONES; _ WOOLFfpCIAL MAJORITY IS LOOKING FOR A raph, rle.aud telephone the hotel, and not noticing v i unusual, stepped forward .to v I (Continued on page 1) ytlnng PRESBYTERIANS WON'T BECOME METHODISTS MUST GET TWO THIRDS VOTE BYLAW CANNOT MAJORITY FIGHT EXPECTED With tho announcement that Ihe n ended gas bylaw will be submitted- o the popular vote on July there. L is been a i-e-awakenlng of the in- stock cqmpame.s school .districts in the gas problem, and arc both puhlic nnrf which will 'be, waged be- man Catholic separate schools. A Canada Baptist Union. -It was. suggested that Hie'pastors announce from their pulpits the poli- tical meetings oi both Liberal anil Conservative parties and. urge the church members lo attend tlie prim- aries, caucuses and meetings of their, respcc Live parties, so tha b more Christianity may be merged into the political uigaiiizalions. .The ..convention resolved to tlie provincial government, to repeal the legislation scouring Ihe automatic division of t'ie school taxes of joint ;iud -the date o[ balloting-, promises to be a bitter' one. In view oE the action of the' Bourcl of Trade, resolution requested the publica- tion -commitLee of ihc .Daplist church, of .Western Canada to facilitate the Ihe Business aien's Asapcialion, and 'securing of a Canadian Baptist paper the Trades and Labor Council, in pass- ajj REV. W. D-.nEID IN REPORT TO GENERAL. ASS EM BUY ADMITS PAR TIAL FAILURE OF CO-OPERATION TO PREVENT OVERLAPPING ON MISSION FIELDS Rdmonton, Junu. rnporl. of 'Jlev. W. p. Held, superintendenL ol juiaBloriB for.tlie Presbyterian church in Alberta, presented at tho General today, furnished some very interesting1 food for reflection ami -will doubtless cause an animated dis- cussion. In dealing-with Ihe mission field work with Methodists designed 1o prevent overlapping, ho admits partial failure through the refusal of the Presby.torlnn people to attend Jlethodiat churches. Dr. W. D. Held made the following Inleresllng report on the measure of success which lias attended the at- tempt at federal union oC the Method- BONAR MISSES MUCH London, June Law, Hie UnlonlBt leader, informs the Canadian Asaoclnled Press IhHt be has not. made any nr- range-men IK 10 vlsll Cunnda. ist. and Presbyterian cburclicH Liu province of Alberta, Vliluh he Is ihc superintendent of missions for the church: During the two years in Alberla we liiive done a few .tried a few exiicrhn-ents in mission dork.- (1) Our province was the' first Lo_under- take, flyHtonmliciilly, of Ted- cmtlng'with the Methodist -'church; .in regard lo Lhe mission, fields till' over the province. On January..11., tflil, a m-eetlng was called of representatives from all .over thu province from both A regular coiietllu- llon, and n set. Of .rules, and. regula- tions were drawn up" and" agreed to by both boilles. Tho province wna divided into nine different districts', and nine different meetings were ar- ranged for with-tlie Idea In.mind o' preventing overlapping as fur as feas- ible. The superlu tendon t of Ibe Methodist and Presbyterian churches wore bolb lo be In attendance of, nil thoBO moetliifis. The iustrucLlcns oE (he provincial commit tee were cftr- rid] out (o thcjetter, and In on -uagp I ng resolutions opposing Lhe passing ot the bylaw, Lhe thai, i has a great deal of. public disfavor to overcome, and are already preparing action. The representatives .of the concern who weic in the city'to lay the mat- L-er before the City Council received a body blow yesterdny, arid are begin- ning to tbiuk they have a--Herculean task on their shoulders if they are go ing to get the amended bylaw passed. V'esterday they called on the City.So- licitor, and said that they had heard a rumen- to Hie effefcb that -a two- thirds vote was rciinlred to pass the byla'w. They lia'd n iidcrstood that ;L that1 was re- Ilosmcr, D.C., June Kinney died tills afternoon us Ihe-result or n fall from n horse last night. Kinney was stable man til Ciimp No. of the Elk Lumber Co., and was exercising Air. Waters' running mnre, along with the Jockey, was on a pony. The hors- es sliirted lu nm tho f-i-ont -street and Kinney was E-aen 'to lurch whcllier froin Injury or a stumble on (lie part of the horse, it Is hard to tell. He fell in front of the horse, and she stepped on him or struck him as she went over. This morning, ho ETC cm fill to bo Improved, anil SHOCK TOO MUCH was Dut became ill again, PrescotL, June witnessing] and passed away nbouL two o'- the deatli of her favorite dog, run I cr by the In which u- rldlns on Sunday, Mrs. J. Onhol-j v [ers falnt-cd, and yesterday died as n I of the Knock, wlilnh, !n her poor.' 'Into of Jienlth, tlio was iimiblt coinhat, i majority vote WH quired. Solicitor Hall courteously'informed them that he was very sorry, hu was compelled to con firm the rumor. A vote Is necessary. Tho attitude of. the ratepayers is hinged on two phases of the the presence of the old bylaw granl- Ing cheaper rales, nnd the possibili- ties of finding a gas well in.the Im- mediate vicinity of .Lethbrldgc, which could furnish gas a municipal en- terprise. If these two clouds in the sky can be dispelled there docs nol seem to bo much opposition to the by- law on otlie'r grounds. GIVE TO ROSTRON Mew York, June Arthur H. Kostron, of ithe .sLearner.Carpathin, which brought into port: the survivors oE Titanic disaster, was.presented with a. draft for today, a fund subscribed by citizens Now York. KILLED BY A RACEHORSE 'viiuiiBH: Aif. .T. -Cjuuvea, D.JI. "and P.I.U., Special Deputy. CURKANDBRYAN AGAINST WILSON .MERRY CLASH IS PROMISED AT DEMOCRATIC STATE CON- VENTION AT DULUTH Duinth, Minn... June State Democratic convention here today promises to be a, me'ri'y battle. Tlie Bryan and Clark rorces planned to make a. determined stand against, tho Wilson followers their efforts act of twenty-foiir dele- more instructed for the In thu First. Baptist Church on Sunday next, tlie 9Ui lust. Rev. A. E'. of Chicago CJniveraity, will 'oc- cupy the pulpit jit both ser- vices. The officials .of the cliurrh are now in communica- tion ivilli Jlev. J. McLean, or" Chicago University. .who now holds the degrees of -AI.A. and B.D. from ihiit ihstitiiLidri. .Mr. McLean- is highly, recom- mended as u good preachoi and a capable administrator, aiid the church Is hopeful. of securing his ser.vIceB- for- its work here HAD TO PASS GULL LAKE WRECK' Mr. A. J; In ing Dtisci ibos Scene ot Mishap to No. 2 Tram V. M. C. V, MEET to <3end a ful gates to Bnl lUiahBe- yoiiii all Evpcrta- turns J. A. popuui 'of the V. C. jusj; ic turned to the ,'cilj fiom Innlpeg where he was C: "A. cpnvenllbn, was an .eyewitness of the wrecked 0. P. II. bound, which came lo grler folu anil half-miles east or Gull Tuesday afternoon, 'while :tr it is salil, at a 40-mJIe'cJip. Sir.- Irving, who on train No. I westbound, had-lovwalt at Swift Current afternoon until yeslerrlay (Wodiie? day) morning, o clock pn reaching Gull of the accident a temponn hid been constructed. andv slow .progress was naturally maile p ifasiiu oiei tins Pair- sengers on the Li ilu gqt dn opportunity to view tlie uiecl Mhlch some finy, was caused bj hear} fish cars leaving the track ging three other c off is well 1 ish was strewn over the Inck in direction. Some idea 'oE spOudVat which the train u is traiclhng be gathcicd fiom the fiU Official Declaration is; Made by the Return- ing Officer at Cardston Canlston. June was offi- cial declaration- day 'in connection, with Ihc Cardston bye-eleolion. and Returning Officer E. N. Bai-kei-.to- lalled up the figures, and d-sehired Mr. .Martin U'oolf, Liberal, elected by. 130 inaJCTlty Mi was present In' 'while .Mr. Jcseph'Card r'spreaented Jlr. ParriBll. The official flgureH ave: Poll Woolf Walerton .Mountain View llillspriijg' Beazer Boundary Creek. vlmbull Taylorville Owen dale Cardston .Haley Spring Coulee South Raymond McTnlyre Coutl.a Milk "Wai her Tirells Jake MoUe -Two-Fifteen that n baggage 6111 ulilcli track, had ploughed its Ie t thp iiiLo the ground, throwing the debris up tin each side, und mal inj, i huge in (Continued an page. 7) clock From Internal Injuries, lie was an elderly mini, and stout, which is probably I ho reason for the serious re- Hiill of Ilk fall. v .j. f, t q. New Jersey governor. Part .of the Bryan crowd, and the Clark follow- ers declared their intention ip. a.1- tempt to of Fred B.'Lynch, of SL'Paul, the Wil- son candidate for1 Notional committee- man. The CJIarlt men promised to put candidates in the field-for temporary and p-ernianeiit chairmen. AVilson has t'lie niajority of Lhe in- structed delegates. Hei curried every1 Foiirtlj, iind, the first and sixth, which ia enough to pass the unit, rule, if. all his dele- gates stand by him, as there are but line districts, Eiu-li district, was to select delegates to (be National ncnventiou, and six were to be chosen nt large. But many of the Instructed Wilson delegates, and some of the unlnstrurt- ed OUCH wiio arc said (o fiivor him, were BO.strongly aligned with Bryan, that it was said they might refuse lo put tiiTougli the unit rule! In the event thnt it does carry, according lo W. II. State -AiRiia- ger, Lhe flglit'will bo carried to 'Haiti-' more. T: T. Hudson, of Uulutli, and'Giiy Thonwa, of SI. J'auV discussed. One or-Uic important 'de- cisions M-hich. hits at! by thu commit Ice Is that in future .no more of brought out from the Old. Country, to occupy misslo-n fields. Several parties of tills "character iiu In Hie oiLIcy of Scotland, .Ireland and Kngland, iind many successful stud- ents wero obtained lu this The proportion of comparative failures has however, been sufFlcleiHly, large as to St. Hartley .Kippen Three-Twelve Three-Eleven Goddard, no Jloll small po North-East 20 1- Ib II. 10 17 19 i: Parrialii 4 0 1C 10 Id 15 1 J10 1 6 101 I) 1J 11 12 10 1 1 .Majority ror-Woolf: 1 SEVENTEEN READY- MADES AT COAtDALE The following order, has Just been'issued frcm' tlle'oKlCe of the C. P. If. in Calgary: "The'; pixjgiaranie for i cad) made farms, now uinler preparation for ilext year, .includes- n' tile following places: 17 at Coaldale, 16 nt'North. South- o'sk. Uti 1 near Nasob' Sask uithin Ihe MMSS Oil onvi near Ciolden ihe kooteni) Contial line in the Columbia. Valle) 4 44 WONT BRING OUT ANY MORE OLD COUNTRYMEN PRESBYTERIAN HOMEf'MISSION REPORT SUBMITTED AT OPENING; SESSION WITH SUCCe48E3vAND, FAILURES IN ..THE WORK Edmonton, .luuc Prcsbylei ian General Assembly 'began- Ilfi an- nual task In'rRvlewIng tbe'wpi'k of ihc; yenr.and hi the conaideratioir 6r 'the problems which coiifrontjbe .organixfl: tion at eleven o'clock, this 'morning, after -spending an hour, in dc'votlpnal The business .oE. a routine mature. ,Thls uftcruoon the great question of the adinliilslratioii of -Hie-Home Mis- lire of Die ilc no inin ill ion lo spciire suf- ficient men for ltd work-Is bolug dls- ciiMf.d and Lhe suggestion of the coni- miltce in charge of the matter IB thut dimculty hns beeii that the com! i lions of the ministry have' bo- conie'JnijiosHlljlc owing tn the lowncas ns opponents lo hyik'li. The Clark men wore cspccinlly bitter against him, and announced (heir intention to fiia'iiil Ijy M'ould oppose' him. sood DcinocraL who DR. YOUNG ELECTED Kingston; June Rev. W. R. Young, .D.D., Montreal, was elected president of the Montreal Methodist on the first ballot, receiv- ing 113 voles out of a total of 226. SIMCOE Hlmcoc IS WIDEAWAKE juipscd a scwagi; .of the sHpenris. he poeition'of the minister in many of (he charges has become not only tlldlcult but iutol-. The report of the general committee on Homo M issions with the recom- part as follows: onfiiiucil on pngo PLAN TO KILL CUT WORM At Claresholui the.farmers are combating tho out worm give puuse to I lie the j rclllng the ground ai Is now ilunnllely abandoiied. The do- night, wben the 'cut worms ftrp noinhiaUon will depend '.In. .future on A 'noil trnlncil In tho home colloaen and on ihoroiigbly trained men who conio from iho mother The fail- at, work. .This molhod'ls rc- uorted lo be very effective. 4 ;