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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Jiincfi. 1912 THE LKTJIBKJDGK JIJJJJALD Page 3 Invest Your Money in Lethbridge Will Increase Fast SCHOOL ATTENDANCE INCREASES Advance Indicates Growtl of Teachers Engaged by the Board of Education Cadets for .Camp nJKhlV regular monthly Ion of tho School Hoard wag one of Iho shorteui on rouonl, lasting Illtlu over ;in hour. H had been that iho mailer or ihe estimated for Ihe year would hnvc been considered, but various committee enllmiites were not, ready for conalderatiou, Tim was Ilierefoi'e adjourned lo meet on Monday evening nnxl, 'when 1he estimates will come up and the tax me for struck. H will -I lion ho possible to announce tlio total tax rule aL the nexi regi meeting of the city council on June ISth. Nothing hut routine business Attended to at last night's meeting Building Inspector Jennings asked foi arc.increase in salary of jier month Hie -letter ivae hi id over -for consid- cratltin nulll the .Monday evening mdoting. Siipl. Hamilton reported Lhul ninety oT tho officers and members of the cudet battalion hud signified their de- aire Lo ntlend tbe July cadet camp in Calgary, and hislruclor hi cut. Flluier would accompany them. Rov, W. V. MoMlllen'wIll also attend the evvr .dnys, aa will .1. H. .Their goinp depends on ramp" for a Fle'ehvood: 1he consent of Lheir parents lo -al iheni Lo attend, ami also on Llic arriv- al of the uniforms which are expected lo be here on .June iU. The buUalion lias also racaivotl notice -ihat they will bo iiiHuecLed by tho mllllla piirLineni, on June -Oth. Several matters jierlainltig lo sclioo umiiaucmuiil wcr-o brought up, hu were laid over for consideration meet Ing ol' llio school nianaytMiiiin cum ml I [TO on cvcnin, of ajisa Lain hey ol" Ki[ in oil l.o n for the post Hun of Uimtai Hartnn initlriicior will bo on Friday evening as will also tin maiicM- of new toachers for the fill term. ICrnosl II. UeUIois, hiHlructor nmnuiil trailing In ihu ProlcvsiaiiL in duKlrial Kchcol, Halifax, has been en giiKud- ati Inatruclor of the new man nal (raining school here nt a or pc-r aniuiin. lie has wired his acceptance of the position, and 'will conic Lo I.eLhbridKc In September iR'.M to arrange his work. The nmtiei of engaging domestic science er WHH left over for cou'cideration at the special m eel ing of the school meeting of the school management committee. Supt. JlHiuilLon reported an average jla.iy attendance for Ihc month of Jlay of 1081 compared with dur- ing the corresponding month year. Tho total ;Uiemlance for the year ]ms been 1-ISI1 as last year, an. Increase o( 10.4 per cent. Inspector Jennings- sub- mitted a dernlled'renqrr, of the'repairs needed for the schools to be done during the midsummer holidays. The loLal cost, will be This will also he considered on .Monday even- In s. Ihe school board be compelled pay for sketch plans of the man- ual training school asked for from Architect Mcllroy ot Calgary. ills plans were received but.not accepted and last night he sent In his bill for onc per ccci. of -the .cost of the school according lo his plans. Trie iccount calls for The bn.inl will get legal advice before proceeding fur- ther In the matter. Presbyterians Won't Become Methodists (Continued from Ircml nine centres niwiiiiKs were held, often liiBting ;il'KT the midnight hour. During llio January, idlL', fho fume round WHS jmtdt1, affaiu by I lie KUfimnli'nduiHK. Tlie Jirst year iho woi'k was, exceedingly dilllcull, hut thn second year the lasli was coiu- jiaralivuly light. The iiucKi.lon Is of- ic-n n sired how has the plan Eucceed- od. .My answer la Unit IH nnhcsltat- In tlio new terrilorifs, where the have nul had Bervices liltlierto. at least lo any greju cxtcai, [he has worked veil. AS a general thin II iigrecinonls have kept, an vfri-yllniig hns fulrlj- salisfai orv. In one locality 100 to Hie .Meihotllsls an IliO lo iho I These grcii 00 To Loan on First Mortgage Do.ypu.warit.somc of it1? The agent of the company that has it will be in our office 1'or a few see him. cme in- arid F. C. Lowes Cp. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge Hail Insurance Lowest Rates Best Company iNo Cash Required We yoni- crop for or per noire, the urn being charged per one hundred of Insnrance.' ba.sod on olassil'ical.iou nccordijig to the riumheT of limes your land has been liailcd while under c.uHivation. THE, CENTRAL CANADA 1MSUKANGE COMPANY Whieh Company we represcni. handled more HAIL INSUKANC.H in 1911 'than all other eoinljincd. Should your hr plowed rloxvn lieeanse of weeds or droul h before. Augusl. IQlh, any premium paid, will he refunded. Notes payable November 1st, 1912, will be accepted -in. payment. All Claims Adjusted Promptly For full apply lo R. V. Gibbons Co. stretches of country have prelty we illcd up will) settlers. Last spring Irovo nil over ours, H Journey of nea y milpH, and blocked oiu the lei itory, and in that district last sun ner we had sixty preaching places The .Methodists did likewise wn heir apportionment. In Ihc Vermi Ion presbytery we also followed wha. vo called "the block anil a otterl a grea'l strip of territory 'rcsbylcrlaiis. and a similar piece I' he HclhodlaLs. In the matter of rail construction, tho T. P. fron Jdmontou lo Ihe llocky Mountains vas assigned lo llio Methodises; N. R. io llip Tlio I. T. I1. Is to be a Methodist road nd 1he C. N7. H. a .Presbyterian road "hose per invents have worked splen idly. It. gives a certainly to eacl: ody Inaugurating a good work, ml they are not. going to be Inter oral with iu that work by the oilier ody as has too often been th-e case in Alberta. It yives a confidence and mead-fastness and permanency lo our work thai It has never had liefore, and Ihe people are usually glad lo any service, and fall in heartily with the 'work no mailer what denomina- tion is carrying it on, AVo are glad io be abie thus lo re- port regarding ihis scheme of federa- tion. Hut while all this is (rue, arc sorry lo have lo say that where the fields arc old, where each denom- ination has had iis own services for n. numlier of years, and each have be- come wedded to their own denomina- tion, the federation attempts have ended In. com parati ve-; fall lire. Stubborn Carmangay In Carmansny 'where we withdrew allogerher, we have been told it has only resulted iu, the unchurching of llio In Lundhreckj the Prusbyierians, who are in Llie majo.r- ly. have practically boycotted the minister 211rl asking for Prcsbyterinn services In Uruoe and where we attempt- ed it, our people rose up hi arms and sent In such a petition lliat we had to go back to them again. In in the norib, Lhe same thing happen- ed, and we had io return. In Days- Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA SUCCESS COIIICB lo llio mail wlio through this present Inlo tlio future. acres for Kalc. soil from acrc-s up. J'rlcc per acre. Terms. S2.0U nor ucrc and ?'J.OO per annum aL.fi per cc'iil. furnish you wllh surveys and ficlil note.s of even1 tiuarler section, Riven by Gore MclJrcffor, (jovcriiinciil laud surveyors, Victoria, C. Our liind is personally selected acreage, and our price at tlici lirctftiiL lluic Is quite a Illtlo below any oilier company, handling Jarso bodies oT In ml In -that vicinity. The Tn.cL Unit, we have sold Borne acres at retail on government, reports and government surveyors boil notes, demonstrates the demand Tor this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Go. Room 1-0 Johnson Blk. 323 5tli St. S. Upstairs Look! acres of land from 1 io C miles from railway. running water' on tract. This ia an elegant mixed farming proposition. Must be sold at ouce. ?U.OO per acre. Good terms. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, ALBERTA BLOCK SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lols. on lload, close to Adams' Piirk; right at car terminus; Only each.. SiOO cayh, balance per jiionth each. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE B3S The Standard Agencies Splendid opportunity for choice Lots on 3rd Avenue S'.'' HULL BLOCK Alberta C. H. PHILLIPS Manager. ARE NOT AFTER SAM. GOMPERS TATE HE ISN'T LABOR OFFICJALS l.os Angeles, .June 5. That the roscctilinn merely desired to place IliiU LPi'Liiin sums of lleged liy nvoney n land (ioJng OIK best to make (lie peojile .Methodists, very JIOOT success. This liu's been on'r gcucrnl experience all' over Al-'fcncn, was slainl today ealin'i; about taOO.flnO Iiail liccn sent to aUonipys for llic WtNanrara dc- sHiara case. Mr. o altfinpl would hertn. Presbyterians 'will not become Methodists. In many places we have tried, by'a public meeting, to gei. our people to consent, to our withdrawal, and every time we have met with failure. Methodists More Pliable On (he other hand the Methodists have been more pliable; and in sonva cases where our minister has been a strong union man, and sympathetic with nil bodies, they have gone in with ihe Presbyterians, and seem lo bo quite at home and happy. J.educ, and Granuin are pJaces Ih.nt seem to have iuualganialeil fairly suc- cessfully. With reference lo the general work of the church in Albevta Dr. Reid repoled as follows: Made Progress As :L result 'of all this" our work in Alberta, the Presbyterian church.'has j lone forward by lenns'anri bounds, as, lie following figures will show. At .he beginning of ve had Hi mis- sion fields till told In Alberta; now, we UiO. During ihc two years of Ihu McNii- lave erected and dedicated to tlic niarn -.Mrii.sc fund, in WajOiiriglon, wi crvicc of God II new churches. In qn.iv- inlciul lo prove Ihat large sums he Kaiiio period 50011 persons hiive'nf vvcrp mid sent Ford, assistant ultorncv, in discussing tin1 placing on the stand uf II. LI. Klathcr, raslilcc of a Washing- ton, I.1., bank. Mi. Ford said that the calling of Plainer as a ncs.s way not altfmpl- to incrim- inate nllifi.s t'larcnce Darrow, now on trial tor alleged bribery of a juror in the Me Kord added that lie made, by Ihe prosecution lo ihow, Hint cither I'rc.siilenl Samuel Gom- pcrs or Sct-Milary Frank ilorrisou, o ilic Aii'criran Federal ion of Laboi had any guilty knowledge of ihc al- leged coLTUplion of jurors and wit- nesses; in MIR case. "It in uiitoriunMc that the. iinprps- sipn was continued Mr. Ford, 'Hlial we intruded io cast anv reflection upuii .Mr. Oompers, ifir. MorriHon or any other high olfi of tlis American Fi'dcratUm of Labor. In prorliicing (lie IrJgci: accouiifc of METHODISTS DEMAND REFORM Balmoral Block, Agents: The Ccntnil Caniuia Insurance Co. joined the church. Seventeen mis- come Our Sumlay schools ilurinK the anmc period have advanced "0 per cent, in organiza- tion, and SO per cent. In all end a nee. All Ibis indicates magnificent pro- Ricsfi all along the line. I feel (jnltc conlldont that I am not exaggerating when I say IhaL the preahylcrlnii church is the dominant church In Al- berta. We do not say ihis as a mai- ler of boasting, hut us encourage- ment for us lo go forward more en- ergetically than ever before in tho j extension of our Master's kingdom in this provlnfo nf Albci la. These then arc n of ibe things we hnvu done In Ihis western province, during Iho past two years. Marrow." con I u in i HIT I lit; dcfon.sc fund acctmnl admiilcd a.s evidence was ex pec led lo renewed when court met today. In adjourniiiiMit laic yesterday, WEALTHIEoT YOUNG COUPLE IN ENGLAND London, .lime doalh of Sir 12. A. SiiRsoon leaves hip diniRbtcr, Sy- and his son, Phillip, tlui (wo youn.u" people In lOnnlinnl. jusl mil Oils season. North Ward Bargains Two Lots noiir school, -JiliOU ciicJi. roil d ing1 I o v in s over 11 voiir. Illinois -Alberta Realty Co. 1 2 Macdonald Block Phone 455 Kdmonlon, June 5....The. Alberlii conference passed a number. of strong resolutions referring to so- and moral re.fbnu. -One deplored the increase in intemperance and call- ed for a reduction of licenses the faci, of miinicipalilicH recognizing sc- grcgalcd areas was strongly i-on- dcinned. The conference nlsu pro I usted against the utterance of L'ol. Sum IIuglics, who is reported lo Ijavcsaid that more boys 'sLirt- drinking at, .Sunday school picnics than at mili- iary camps and a dcclaraiion was inadn Hint residence should consliluie fiualification for voting in- ste'tiil of three as at present. the a Hornby for Darrow had succc'cil- cil in kecniiifr it out. The pro-sccnlion intimated thai if its examination of Cashier Klalher UTR- not [iinlier obstrucluil hut little: lime irouJd he rcfjnircri lo cont'lurin id the .stand before the noon recess to- day. Third Avenue I Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing LINDSEY lical Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION BIOCK.' PHONE NOS. 1183, 1210, 1007. The Best Yet Acre Lot 6f, Block T, for on terms The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE SHERLOCK 13th Street- PROPERT1E" FOR SALE 114 l-ols fachiB east in Block 0. between Fourth and Firth nvcniiei, price half cash, balance four and eight months. Lots facing easl, in .'Block between Sixth and Seventh ave- "nues, price cash, balance (our and eight months. Estate, i Tire ami Lil'c Insurance' Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Authorized Capital 1214 The C. B. Bowman Agency nCADIA BLOCK. PHONE W. j; BEATON MONARCH ALBERTA Must Be Sold All of Hctition 1, Township 7, 18 Nino miles casl of Stirling; one and one-Hall miles from tiou. 3.0 acres in oats, 2 miles of fence. Good dirt. Farm Landi O. T. LATHROP .Stifford Block Farms Loans Psorkdale Parkdale i Acre lot ior easy .Clan he'suh-' into? 12; 'biiildiiig. lots. FOR SALE G-tO L jliile i'roin town. Excellent'-.1 lioiise, running walier instal led good ings, granary Pronts river for 1 mi.le, insuring abundant water at all-liines. Good slicker J'or slock- -300 acres undcrcultK vnfion. This place is toy Bile ils n GOING Crop and Implements. with immediuli entry. No batter In Mic nouritry foi1. mixed farming. Further particular! apply to Bargains For Quick Sale A nice six-roomed Cottage on Eighth avelv.io aoillll, cluso to Thlrtcentli alrcet soulh. on two lols, for Terms can" be arranged. Kom--roomc.il Cottage on three lots, all fenced, close to Bailey Si reel School, only One-third cash, balance four, eight and twelve moiilha. Central Realty Co. Kennedy Block, 13lh St. N., rhoiic744 Alexander Addition .We. liavr a number, of- line, level Lols in This ad- dition, from encli, all close lo- water, iind sewer, mid som.c of them on We ;ilsd. Inive some clienp .Lots': from -SI.00, which nre lo- cated on broken ground'.'; Terms run be on anv of the nbovo. How's This 1 IF you have any real oslnte which you wish to exchange for other property, call find sec us, we Imvo the properly and will pay any difference iu cnsli. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. -Ccpllll 10 Sherlock 721 0. L. KIMBALL, Miniger UOUSES TO KENT TO The Dowsiey Muihero Land, Co. Sherlock Bldf. 7th Strael ;