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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta e Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume V. Letkbridge. Alberta. Tuesday, June Number 154 [THANKED GOD FOR THE s GOUIN GOVERNMENT G e n e r a 1 Assembly Dis- (educational Work of Quebec Kdmonton, June question .cf the erection of a Publication 01- 'lice building in 'Toronto has been again before tlic assembly here. A site was recently acquired by the of publications and tliu sugges- tion made by that board that of the finance commiUee (liquid take it over in tlie name ol it lie chureh at large and erect a largo jbuilding. The matter was, however, flt'ffc in abeyance and the land and %t; .Iniilding already acquired will be used [t ss it is, as a home Tor the publica- ftions of which" there are now about I and are in au excel- lent condition The determination is expressed by itlie commissioners to work out some plan. all the travelling ex- penses ot the delegates will be paid, (At h-1 present time the most poorH paid i.ii the ministers are shut out fioiij an attendance at the meetings of the court. It is argued that these are the men who would be most bene- ifiUtid by spending two weeks in ing their .associates in the work rfle denomination. The committee in charge of the matter had made one report and will "make another. In- structions were given to it to take ft lie question under consideration and errange for the full payment. It is that the whole amount need- ed, will be included finally in the budget and the total expenses of all fche commissioners will be paid out of .the general fund. Thanked God For Gouin Many of tlie most important com- tiiitEces pi the have still to .make.their reports. Among those whoj liavc submitted statements are the committees on Suaday: schools, young (people's societies and French evan- gelicalism Dr Kelly said among ether things that all true Canadians fcbould give thanks to God for the JGouin government 'in Quebec, Prinei pal Rrandt was called on. Before he could reach the. platform, Rev. C. Cordon said that it appeared to him ftliat some action should be taken SUICIDE WAS THE VERDICT A CONSERVATIVE HiVE Unrrle, Qnt, the nomination at Cookstown to- day for tho -Federal riding of South SimcoG, made vacant by the elevation of Justice Len- nox to the Ontario bench, W. A. Boys, of flarrie, Con- servative, was returned 'by ac- clamation, no Liberal candi- date coming forward. BORAH WILL NOT TAKE JOB Refuses to be Considered as Candidate for Vice- President Coroner J. D. Hlginbotham was in Tabor last Saturday af- ternoon whore he held an in- vestigation Into the death erf Mrs. Jasperscn of that place, who oil tied her life recently by drinking gopher poison. After thoroughly examining several of the deceased's relatives the coroner decided that the case was one of suicide caused by depression. Chicago. Ill, June 13 were of discussions here today of possible Re- publican candidates for resi- dency nomination, and Senator Wm. F. Borah, of Idaho, was'mentioned in connection. Senator Borah emphatically cd considered in the light of a possible future presiding .officer1'of the Senate. 'Under no circumstances or conui lions would I accept the nomination for he said, "f have assumed that it would not be neces- sary for me to make this statement, but of the raitter I w mt to put an pnd in if once and for all Senator Kenyon; ,iof .Iowa, said that Tcnvanb were coming in on merj tram to help'.-the Presidential .boom of Senator Cummins. Numerous con- ferences marked'the morning iu the several headquarters ARE JUST SHORTEN FUND DALHOJSIE COLLEGE WILL GET ITS F. BOR- DEN'S SUBSCRIPTION Halifax-, une campaign to raise for Dalhousle Univer- sity, of which Halifax citizens were asked to subscribe J200.000, closeu tonight. It 'was found that Halifax had given and places outside this city also Sir Frederick Borden, ex-Minister of Militia, gave today on condition that a like amount bo raised in King's county where he resides. The meeting of one hundred workers tonight agreed t-3 make the total aimed at and steps will be taken to secure this amount without delay in this province and elsewhere in Canada. TO JAIL THEY MUST GO SAMP, Magistrate Not Going to Fine Illicit Liquor Sell- ers Any More ROWELL'S FOLLOWERS ARE FULL .OF. HOPE Toronto, June members at the Legislature met in consultation in Toronto at 'the invitation of Lead STAYS WITH C. P. R. Montreal, June Thos. Shaughnessy, on his return to Montreal yesterday from a brief trip to England, ridiculed various rumors that he contemplated re- tiring from the C. P. R. to become president'Of a banking merger. In fact, Sir Thomas remarked, he had plenty to do as President of the Canadian Pacific, and antic! paled that good many years must pass berore ne tnought ot laying down work In that connection. Lulu Hill, demi-inpndaine, and one of the social leaders in the restricted area, parted with 100 cold hard dol- lars yesterday on the instigation of A. J.P., aided by License In- spector Niininons. This is the fifth n ten -days, all from the Eame quar- ter, and all antied alike. During the past'six mouths J3500 has .been taken, irom the 'women of the segregated area, but it seems to do very little lo stop the traffic, and Magistrate Humphries said yesterday he would send the, next offenders to jail if illicit liquor selling cannot be controlled any other way NO MORE WATER WAGONS FOR STAFFORD VILLAGE For .years the people of Staf- ford Vil'jnge ihavG bought wa- ter by the barrel.- After to- day the water vwagon will no longer be a familiar sight on its streets. .The r connections between the1 city and the vil- lage mains have :been made and the supply 'will be turned on-for the first time today. A NAKED ISSUE OF RIGHT AND WRONG LEERY OF SOME' WESTERN TOWN. LOTS PUT IT UP TO BRUCE ISMAY London, June the re- sumption of .the Board of Trade inquiry into the'Titanic Sir'Rtifus Isaacs. At- torney-General, announced his intention of submitting to the court that fane des- patch which notified that ice had been seen iiy the route of the .Titanic, was-ihanded to J. Bruce Ismay, in his capacity as managing director the White, Star Company, because of its seriousness. BROKE INTO THE HOUSE CRAZY FOUND1 IN EQUERRY'S .'BEDROOM AT MARYBOROUGH HOUSE London, man dis- covered Iri Marlborough tho residence of v Dowager .Queen Alexan- dra, on Monday morning, Is an escap- ed lunatic, the pplice assert, and not a burglar, as was ab first supposed. The lunatic'got Into the house by climbing- over-the garden wall and breaking one of the lower windows. He. was found asleep in the bedroom of the Queen's eqr.erry. This was his second Intrusion into a residence of Queen Alexandra. Eighteen months ago he was caught endeavoring to-force his way into Sandringham Then he was sent to the. .Asylum, from which, he escaped last. December. W. T. STEAD'S WILL Eng., June The Canadian Chamber .'of Commerce, in London, with a view to protecting land invest- ors from buying worthless lots in Western towns, have asked the leading firms dealing here In Canadian land to pledge themselves to refuse to sell unless the plans follow certain detailed conditions. BARNES SAYS ROOT WILL GET IT Roosevelt in Trenchant Language' Denounces National Committee June wijl .of the late William T. Stead, who was lost in the Titahip disaster, is pub- lished The famous journalist left his estate, which amounts to about to his widow. An extract reads: "I hand over for execution all of my, private papers, manuscripts, automatic writing diary and everything of an autobiographical and personal in terest to mv eldest p.. telle, to be, dealt with [n her sole discretion." with reference to the subject matter of the address of Dr. Kelly.-The, lat- rtcr had stated that schools similar Jto that at Point Aux Trembles were (the key to the in Quebec find that scholarships for -the educa- tion of a French boy could he .estab- lished for ?50. Dr. Gordon stated a large number of these scholar- ships ought to be created and said ithat he would he. responsible for ton (En Winnipeg. Rev. P. M. Connell said that To- lonto would not be behind Winnipeg I and undertook to be responsible lor in 'that city. The response from" rJl parts of was immedi- ate and a large sum was obtained, fl'he assembly has-, rarely beard a bet- Ker address from a foreign missionary (than the one given .here by the Rev. Dr. .Wilkio of the .G-walor Mission. Have -Their Own Ideas 'The theory of Dr. Wilkic is that (the success of the church in foreign depends absolutely on tlie work. or Howell, to consider arrangements for a series of political to n-e held before next session of the House, at wMch the Liberal policy as laid do'wn in the Legislature.will be presented to the electors. Members are unanimous In express ing their belief that the party's policy will make friends all over the prov- ince. Not merely had it heartened Liberals, and restored their fighting spirit, but it had begun to bring over Conservatives, who.'refused to lino''up Behind the bar or regard seriously the anti-treating subterfuge Condition of Crops in the v Country South of the City Prevalent Opinion is That Present Weather for Two More Weeks Will Not be Will be Welcome at Any Time The southern representative of. the Herald.has just returned from a trip to various parts of Southern Alberta along the old A. R. and I. system While conditions vaty in different lo calities, yet as a rule no serious com plaints were made regarding moisture or the condition of soil and crops It is true-that there are .always a few grouchers in every district, but the men who really- know conditions WILL SUFFIELD LINE STRIKE CARMANGAY of the native Christian. .The white missionary from 'Canada or Britain .should retire into the back-ground at 'the earliest possible "moment and Jtsave the native to'bis own judg- ment. Dr. Wilkie also' takes the ground that it Is folly'to engraft oc- cidcnliil ideas on the oriental iuul Unit the same is.true of tioms. lie consequently docs riot lievc in Mie erection of church build- Jims in India, this being contrary to Hie customs of the country. The meet- ings of the believers arc held in the cpcn air on a cloth spread on the ground. The word congregation is not used and no congregations arc form- ed. Instead, when converts arc made arc formed into a brotherhood is Again the custoin- o[ the totmtry. r A change was made by the assem- bly in the mailer of the supervision of tlic work among the young people find children. There have been two committees in charge of this work. J-'or a number of years it lias been suggested that they ought to he amalgamated and this will now be done The matter was discussed briefly by tho assembly, sub- jict bad heen threshed out in former years and nothing; remained to he 'J'jue but to accept the rcpf TAFFY FOR THE HON. London, .Tune newspaper? are splashing themselves over ,Hon. George E. Foster, "A grey-bearded man, with the thoughtful bine eyes of a the face of a philosopher, and- a gentle- manly-read says the 'Daily Express, in its descrip- tion. Tariff papers naturally give his fiscal views favorable notice, Spend Double Tracking Mountains Montreal, June Thomag Shaughnessy this morning an- nounced that plans are preparing and surveys are in progren for double tracking the Canadian Pacific thr.ough the Rocky Moun- tains at an estimated cost of Coal Mine Claims it Will Get Connection Near There Carmangay, June Alex Me- Culloeb, manager Stafford mine, who has been away for a week conferring Air. Laidlaw, president of tho Durham Coileries Co., the owners of the mine and other officials of the Company, was accompanied homo by C. C, (.Moore, an official of the com pany McCuIIoch Informed The Sun that a steam hoist would be install cd at ones and that the mine woulc work 16 hours a day. He also in formed us that -they have received Information that leads them to he lleve that tho C. P. R, will build the Suflleld branch, which is now undei construction, past the mine into Car- As soon as this Is done Mr, La Id law Informed Mr. McColluch that .lie company would operate this mine ind probably another one in the same ocallty on a large scale. This com- pany, has 1200 acres of: coal land east 3f Carmangay and are only awaiting ho arrival of the railroad to open bis property up. At tho present time they arc con- iderlnff the advisability of hauling coal to Cnrmnngay with traction en- gines. Mr. McCutloch flays that by this means they can sell coal in Car- mangay at least, one (ioliar a ton cheaper than we are puyfng at pres- ent for other coal.' When Mils pro- perty is opened up It will mean em- ployment for from 150 to 200 miners which will add greatly, to tho pros- perity of .have not yet started to complain. Reports from prominent farmers in .the Milk'River district would indlcat Is be' ieved that when the company ts decorations In vith the flags, streamers and ric, lights already provided tridge will be such a riot of color tbat he themselves Tl III aarillj riown the place ;