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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta (Hi 11 CHI'S AH. Aird Says There is no Use Making Reports for the Mayor Throws Them Leihbtidge Pipe Under Present Conditions Merely an Ornament MWhal's the o1 o'Jr sending i In reports and recommendations to the Council, anyway! They are j never acted upon. The Mayor Ihem Into the corner and forgets them. We never get any- thing done." Alilernun AM. chainaan o! t'ae and Projerlv coramluee of the council, wralhy Uiia ir.orttnp, u'ld bis Ire dolivcrM hiiuseif of the ab- cv6 rcb'jVe. Ills was u'p a jiuljlished !a tvhlrh Hardle thai lie Lad feuovMi for some time 1 unipIUK e'tulpmcni at luc power was such as our assuranco a (ailirre o( supply in AW. Alrd, and oll.ers in city lirilcs, do not I'linfc the Mayor has rrailo a slartliug Ttcy be- o he has just "isc lo Eoaie- thlug ktionn by ovtry member of UEI year's council, an'I by all Ibe of Iho engineering stalfa. Home of tluse did a Mt- lle diggiiiR In oM IIVJEIY records lo 1'iove their point. Tiuy did noi so turlher hMk'lhan the revolt or City Kngiiicer lllinchard delivered Inlo ll.e har.Og of the Mayor acil tourulJ no lat- than February, llnl. Ki-fcrrinE to the- waterworks this report, the engineer lnal.cs top foii'Wir.p Is illumhiatiDij iusl ai this "Tlio rievv ualer tower and must of the iiipins hnvb been utidcr order for some time, but additional pumptrg equlpmenl lias not been oiilereri peodia? declar- 1 etipn of'a definite policy of in-, of. pumping equipment at the pumping station. are- under con- "i. The "rocbniinefidins of addi- tional, pumping equipment al the. power bouse. 2., The Installation of booster pumps fnr the high pressure zone, at tl.e lop of Kind's bench court to pay H.SUi suit brought t-> IIPi] Jaw. the Annual Lcreinony vull lake] coun today. Ki-vcr Place Sumday Afternoon Ceremonies in end LotiJun dt-ne m numUr EtiopVccpprs from Prink vsaier. ound gd1U> offoraorj. tvhile of stealmK letters and irs jforgv-i {.boj'i-s jjrttcrtfcJ epe Large Majority Favorable but Minority Sufficiently Influential to Jusliiy Veiy Cautious Proceeding Findings of the Committees He nao reiuande.1 for Day H during ncidcntally Grey is Laudei as Peace Maker of Europe- Notable Gathering London, June 7.-Walter Hincs the new American ambassador t the court of St. .lamps, last nifiht his baptism fire as an af- er-dinner speaker in London, at a coinir.r, banquet given in his hon- t by the Pilgrims' socictv. Field larshal Karl Roberts- presided at he [unction, lie had as supporters .it he Lead of Ins table Sir Edward ........Jlrilish foreign'secretary he'Karl of Halsbury, former Lord tlic Kjrl of Aberdeen i.ord Lieutenant ol Ireland, and An .Justine Birroll, chief secretary lor Ireland. Three hundred .Hid fifty yilsrims itr.oog-theni inany prominent Ilril istiers and representative Aii'.ccican lilted the h.ill room of the Hotel Savoy, for the occasion. Mr. Pa5 was welcomed fo'London ;n speeche by Uarl r.ohcrts .and Sir Edwar (ircj-, tlie lallcr of-nhom was th recipient of gteat ovnlion vvhea b .._. referred to bj' tlic other speak ers during the evening as "the peace maker of Europe." I'. Collier, author, after Mr Page, was the speaker the said the two grcates peaco-malicrs ot Europe virrc Ba had marie prate from Why This riegiigcnvc Kctsr'-S, naQ niar.c pcavc ILU Here Is jomelUIng to chew over in Klyber Pass to, Capetown, and t Edirard Grey, who "took in hand tl hornet's nest of tile Ualkahs in th' conncclion the above excerpt from the annual repm of the City Knflneer: "The sTar.tlpipc inentionetl, which IR to be used in connection vrith tho nevi irunining apisiratus, has been in roiuEC of fo: several ttei-kE. It is jiraclicallj [Inished. But known to the a sfnglc tap of year ol g His reference POLICEMAN DISMISSED Jtegina, June C David sen rgeaut of the City iioiiee, was to- ay disuiiESed from EerUce h> ine orninission. While the charge, of runkennces was not established, ect of was considered sufficient istiftcatlon for the aci'ion. iRlTISH GENERAL REACHED QUE 3EC SAM HUGHES ON HAND qjehcc, June the heav :aln was falling this" aftcrnoo j large number of people assemble on tin: breakwater to wait the. ar rival ol the C.l'.K. Il.M S. Em ot liritain Icom Liverpori-cn the rlistinsuishcd soldier, Sir la Hamilton, G.C.U U.S 0., was a pas Among those- on the dork anaitin rim were Col. Ram Hughes, tninist of militia J l.andr foinmandtr.g Hie inilitnrj district Col Williams, adjutant-general, ac all the prominent ofikers of this di Tomorrow will bf Decoral In wllh Hie Order o: Oild Fellows. It heen Jnter.eed to L.ivi- i .decoration cercmonie- a week I liui to Ihe lodges f-.... to turn for Ihe funeral o; ti George McKeniie, it has htin 0 combine the two services e dcidrtcd brother's gravt- _ first one decorated. Tin. h--ti n of lodgcs-So. 2, No r.3. ji.J So i are teiueated to moDt nt tlic r'iflli Streel at 330 o'cio 'f ere the procession vvill foi'n, by the city band and ivaich to cKeuzio home, from jrteje will proceed to the nd alter the Interment th.? ecoralion of graves vill rrarmemenlB are being mad-: to iesc ceremonies as mpretsive as possible IB shortness of the notice, ever; Odd in the clty'ls urged to male a iieciat effort to attend. IN ALL THE WORLD I.: 1 tie..: ;he aim l'i f! ion I ui lu nun. i.ow be- tn it. ar.d if 1 of tl.e (.u-'iiitri'ls the General Al follows "I. Tint thtf Assnnhlr assure tla Ufn'other cburrht-s that the ie- IniU.nces of prolific growth in this diniici are not entire- (onfined to such things wheat. Natuial conditions wiilcli promote c v dcvclojiincat have even tberr ff jjrcieni time Ijas Ibe disUnc- v Uon ot wtat Us foyJ j'nrpiils claim to ID ihc liaby In the world. He is Ihe son of .Mr. and Mrs. do .Meri, of 1T05 Second -nv- fnuo XwUi, tnd while only nine mouths old, weighs over and tul ten tcc'lb. His fathtr states that Iho oE tbe lofaDt arc quite Keeping ihii it auytais ibjt j ti-riaa cbureb lullj1 h- ihunli ia all parts Isforc of (vipocsiliilitr JD the secoi -1 t ,uid e.irmrslly a crosstl- i in any tell a leader in LI. Ill the colleges, ihe iresb, aad tlie distin- .........ers in almost all the 'cities oi C'anadn, and west, ap- pear to be sirorr: for union. In this Ilist arc H.cludcd the ministers snd of almost all the important rhuithos add itic minislcis of many I'DUM-rvMnc rh'.irches oi i his extraordinary siie. social star.ilirt these circum sfaucps it v.ould appear incvitable- that the I'reshi trnan church will carry (iratiKjH) its eniire meinber- ship into the proposed union and thai Ibis will Le u'lisirnmated either in 1011 or 191J. The c-f the lommiilcc is set, forth in the foiinwinc; eiccrpt from the formal report presented today The committee sitting-in Toronto I in Deteuiher heStl three sessions a day for tiuce days, anil there was most earned discussion. All took Epsom, Lncjar.d, 'JuneT Emily Millies'DaVison. "the sufira- pettc vas injured in atltmiitmg to stop the king's horic in the derby, on Wednesday, is in a sinking con- dition at the lot-al hospitn] Tiie doctors in attendance dcelarcd today llial there is no hope lor her recur- try. ed church evening. at Westminster Sunday WILL FACE THE MUSIC TaEO, June the for- mer Swiss .wanted at Brandon, Man., for fraud, has -nailed eitraui- part in scckif..; to frame aticr ttMcli unaniLnousty the foHon'ing TC- solutiotts mo veil by llct- ririgc and sccon'tert by PriHcipal' Cay in view ot the large niajor- tj" in our own church voting iu fav- or ot organic union, and tlie nrac- icalU uijaniiiious favorable vote in :he other r.cgotiating churclies, aiiti n of the intense dcsiri1 of "all sections of uiir church ihal the spirit uf Christian unity vhkh oh- tains between the ihurchcs may be atid aliernatise proposals bt invited IHesbs-teTies and from and through Presbyteries, and referred to thu committee, :D ordtr that con- sidtriiis them" it may again enter in- to conierpace vjtli tlie committfies oi the otht-r negouating churcLcst the view oi setting before our peo- ple a final presentation oE 'thr, ques- tion for (heir judgment. "3. Tbat in order to secure the nal judgment ot tfic church, ihe mdings oi the joiat committee oi t.e nfgotiafing cii'jrches on all such iroposals be 5C'nl to Prcshj teries, Cessions and congregations, with the ictails oE ll.e already laken, and all other iaicriiiation.11 A Isolablc Convert The fact that these resolutions were suppcrlcd liy the Rev. Dr. Mc- Kay, of Vancouver, is Dr. MrKaj is one of the strongest de- baters in tic church, and a man lor sonic rcafon IK', noi xvorU has been douu lovrard b-jitding Ihe high pleasure pii-e-line to tbe tank, nor has the council conaitJ- ereJ a 'doflnile fer ir.c tlie [vuiDping equipment, Useless Ornament The standplre is absolutely no good additional pumping equlji- niCM, because It was never intended tlialvlhe- preaont pumping station co-jld wafer it. H was. al- ways clear in the tainds of the council that cither uutnphig to be Installed In the power station to provide the nc- cessary lo force water Into the new pipe, or else tfoosier pumps irould haie'lu bo installed on lop ol the hill [o supply this force. The latter pumps, if liutaUcd, also relieve the pumping apparatus in the (.resent pumpiiic sbtion of half their ntniosl, as the head of, -natcr ag- filial wlilch they are working now TIC almost cut in what poiiiion tho city be ,li] uhcn'the now (owcr is finished" Arnable to get wr.ler Jn to make, tho frOTMed lor in Ihe agreement uiih the steel company buiMing the lank, it appears RK if thn city would tnrc the new on tnist. Then, when Ihe oily does gel around So providing iho; pumps nectary to briny the into service, if Ihe UiiV does not SAtlafar.torllv, the city nil! be up ngainst further ov pnise, any hold on the com- pany 'Kmperor Williams as "that great ar strong man, vvlio is tlif- true, friend of rccciicd with tre- mer.ilous applause. Ambassador I'age Erected he arose to spcat. the others at the ham. wire the K.irl of Coventry, the Kail nt Dartniontli, Karl Percy, Lord Slrntlicona, Sir Uicliard Holm, l.o'd Coivdry, Lord Cheylesmorc, Lord Justice Kennedy, Lord Forester, Sif ICdvari] Pointer, Sir Win. Richards, Arthur I.. Silton, premier ol M- THE PASSING OF THE VEGETABLE WAGGON large influence. to tbe Asseui- bly in Edmonton he "was" the'most oppor.cijt of the caUEc ol-union. His with in favor uf union robs op- position ol their mosl effective ad- vocate. The report of IKe union committfa n hislor> the work doie dur- ing the year in dealing with this question. It begins as follows After (lie appointment of com-' mittce for the current year at the 'General Assembly in Edmonton, the members present at -the Assembly were called together, and a sub-corn-, n mittee appointed charged com- municating lo the Congregatio.nal continued and deepened nnd in of the slienglh of the minority' in our own church which lins not ap- i municating to the Congregational orovcd of organic union as the best i Methodist churches the action which method of expressing ihe unity of Iliad been taken by Ihe Assembly, and spirit is rapidly Eroding] also to act with authorized commit- through tl.e C hutch of Christ and j tees of these churches io carrying m view ol the desirability ot the out any necessary action re imitm Upon the advice of Medical Health OfEjcer Campbell that he did not be- U Mould be necessary to closo the schools for more than one "week, the School Board decided last night that, U would not declare holidays from had been hinted by some of the members of the Board, but would cloae all rooms Jn all the from Grade VIII, Tlic elfditin ol Kidrs, Ton nf Crop-llarcil as Chief of 1hr lUood has fallen as a surprise to many. H was thought in local circles, thaf Joe I or Cliief JtoccasMr., '.cout ol Ihc U M he the suj- crisor to Crnp-l-'arcd Wolf ai (hiel, kut it appears that Iho Inilians arc churches in existence or that utmost unanimity oi our own church this (ContlQued on page ceeds to consider the herta Join L. Orimths, U. S. l-gcr.eral in London, and the stall HEALTH OFFICER CAMPBELL AD, ol the American cinhassy, VISES SCHOOL BOARD THAT MIGHT CHECK MEASLES JunR the son of ihc late Chief Crop-Eared has been elected chief in hi? father's sleart by. the Blood Indians. The election has Lot been by the government, but there STATE PRISONER REMAINED JAIL UNTIL IT WAS TOO bARK TO TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS doubt that H will be. o the siirVefidcr ot any part of Ihe re June 7.-Iiicbird C. Mill or, a Montreal pviswicr ct llic pailu- racut since l-'cb. 21, bM, was rs never to pirt wlih their holdings Icascil" trom the common o Ihe on any terms, and that nfliionc-p sufficiently strong .vise Ibe ejection Of ghot-Bolh-Sides. Carlctnn nl 5.H P-ln. Tcchmcaltj he Mas ircr al fuur o'clncli, iminciliatrlj- upcn gjticn of the rarlUnicnt, li'it on he- ing r.olilieil doculcc! 1o trinain in thj jail until ll'C .vin hart gmc Anvn so! as 10 cnaWe iiin lo Cftarr the lial- Icrr nf calncTa mm liarf crcil in tl.P vicinity fur several ptcUdiis lo I1.C Im'it set lor conclud- ing thr n[ CHIEF MOCCASIN'S FRIENDS ARE MUCH SURPRISED in favor of hoiiliriR llicir rntire rc- rc the whitrs, -Joe althnnxii popular llic tue trlic, wns in of reserve to farmers, in ttacls, arnl on Ihis acco'int, and h: of lils relations wif tlic whites, and of his position in the R.N W M 1', il is the tribe tuir.rd dim 'Spnia, 1'a fcl? to the '_'! Susqiichanna Coal company iicre, staled that men were hillcil, fouttcen otlicra no niit-.ers in the ex- plosion al the- Scolt shaft near Spa- incrkin The Coil CO.TI- pany is a subsidiary, of the vatiia Jlailna) Co. and HanHeville school. will rcmata closM, tor one week, until June 16. nut If Inere. Is no aiati'meni of Ihe epi- emlc In another ng wlil be held to them cTos- d for tbs terra, ends June 30. At present, it is the intention to close he schools' for the midsummer boll- days on June reopen Septeber 2. Dr. Thompson thought it would he as well to clcsa up for good nOtt, and re-open August but Dr. hell's opinion was that Ihe epidemic would have TIIII its course in another week, making it unnecessary, aiM as It requires a certificate from the .M. II. O. that It absolutely necrs- to-close the schools. In crder to_ gei the grant, his aaiice followed.' 'Schools TV-ill: therefore, re-open on Time Itf lor' tnu regular tern; nllons. A SERIOUS CHARGE Kclina, Juno WlJIbms. nogro shoe-shiner, is in Uie police linn lonighi; charged wilh Mi alterai'l-, ed afsaull on a wh'.to Sirl, ;