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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWttLVK PACES LelhbrUIge, Alberta. Tlmr.siluy, June 12, CENTS Number 154 Presbyterian Crturcn is Com- mitted on a Vole of 178 to 54 Toronto. June debate on the quest LOU ot thurch union in ibc I'reFbylorlan Assembly wns finally concluded Una afternoon, and tho deierinfnlng v.as taken The were more tlun tbree to ono foi; than tboso ag- tlust. helng ITS to Tho cleavage in the ChJich appears ami distinct. como to the parting of the Rev. Dr. James Rose, ct during the of the afternoon. Jtoss is one of ihe Uadcrs of tbe cburch' in'ihc East. Mas r.omlnated as Moderator of the "The has he continued, lieu ihfr Presbyterian tody mirst count tie cross. must prepare for the liable, to loss and separation. 1 Tho motion propose to p do things: It will assure the majority that "we in earnest, j will assure tho minority that wo are in ccrr.csi. U will 'wake It clear to those who havs threatened continued opiwslilcu, that TVC aro not to be over The declaration of tbe assembly TIAC in the following words: "That in view ot the large majority in our ov.n church voting- In favor ol organic uejon, and tbe practically un- animous In tbe other negotiating churchee, and In view of tbe deelre ol all sections of our church that the spirit of Chrlsilaa unilr which obtains between tha churches, may bt1 con tinned and deepened, and tn o] tbp strcrglh of ills minority in our church haE not approved ol organic as 'tbe bsst method ol unity of siilrii -which Is .rapidly, grosrinE- throughout church, of Chrta'f, and-in ylew of the of; the" ufmott uuanlmEt) vltMn'mir Vari church, co atldvr tbe 'alterdaHVes. remWet- to it. and recommends the general as sembly as (Continued on pago-'T) Vc v" THREW BOMB INTO N- PARADE Lisbon. Portugal, Several pi-teens were killed aad a large mjuiber wounded today by luo esplo- clou of a dynaiulto bomb thro-.sn from a window at a procession passing the street. iliuc Opni'sitois Haiti to Jlavc OITdvctl to Hraiuy Kx- Pi'i's'uk'iii oi' Minors' Union J. 0. as His Assistant That ihe dttrtopuifnts ia the U. M. ot A. Imued at yesteitjitt hy Sctreiary Cartel uill be tiian the au- pointh'cr.t of Ki-1're.siilent Stulbs to the iiobition of touniussiotuT lor the Western Canada 1'o.jl flucr.itors' as- sociation, atd Vicc-Presiiient Jtijes, uho will resign vice-presi- to tl.e assistant totnmission- erslup, is tl.e latest ueus frC'tn min- ing circles. Tliere is every reason lo believe tbe rumor, ami it may not be long before Stubbs ai i Junes, both practical miners, with a reputation Geoige Maybeiry Hassard End- ing to Joy Ride (Special to the Medicine Hat. Alia., -lurie 12.- Mavbeiry killed .in an _uto accid'rnt near Eagle Butte, south oi the city, Mrs. Hassard driv- r.g the car. Something went uruag and Mayberry got out to investigate, tlie car still being'io gear, started, and Mayberry hurriedly climbed in ,o assist Mrs. UasEard, but not in iiuie lo prevent tbe far going om tie culhank into the treck. x. All .were uinn.ed ur.Uer the car In the creek ar.d was killed The child was nearlj was lesusiialed with-difficulty. Mrs. Hasiacd was badly injured acd is m hospital. The accident took placi at Joha-IlcWs'Tantb, where both parlies happoncd to be for tea, and went oR lot a liltle joy. ride alter, with iaial.'.results. All arc clly. Maj berry leaves a ifc acd child.' boy in Jmee who loafcedjjust like aver- age niUj'of bfjAwelvi years grin, stopped Auroja, loday on' his the" when L .attar ten b'clocjijie began a' fifc term for tbe murder "of Mrs. Ma'naie Sleep, and her two wee children.' th thunder now prevalent in tbe genera political atmosphere, and the fact tha WRntlBftorth division of South LondO' poeaCntea polling da; In the bye-election la proceeding.uc der tfie condltlooE. Tho Unionist majority wa nearly The preecnt Tory noat Infec Is: opposed by Havelccfc; "Wi seamen's leader, who, rung as an inde- pendent candidate; and bas, not, there- fore, tfie benefit ot the olfichl Liber- al ofgflnjtation. Elections are Dover, to fill, Ihe of .qcorge tfie Unionists hope to secure hig son Percy as bis successor, and in Leicester, where the Liberal member, Crav-abAw Williams 'who has-bean political prirate sccrefarj- (o Uoyd- Ocorgo and Winston Churchill, has through being concerned In a forthcoming dlrorce suit. The resigning, member nrites: "I'erhapa (t Is a pity that clrcu.m- siances which do nothing (o Impair political capacity should be abto (o Interfere In-politlcal actirlly; but 1 am woll of the state of the feelinj In ibts country oa IftoAt WANTS hoMANONES TO STICK Madrid, June Alfonso bag Count Alvaro do Roman- or.fs to in offfro as premier pnd iVncw cabinet.' Medicine Hat, June officials from Ottawa arc here'today looking into the demand .made ough the member' in the Fedcra' House, A. Hucbanan, .that -this city be made a principal port of'erv try instead of a sub-vort ol Calgary as at present, A VALUABLE CARGO The c arfo ad of purebred shorthorn bulls, which, are choice heifers. Livestock Ag- er.t .UcMtilfen, ot tbe C.P-R ir bas been enjoined to iirgo rap- M IraniR of tbcsa valuatlo' aTitmali, 'f ff tf -r T v v T v v ENTERTAINED CONNAUGHT London, June Lora Major loday the DuKe of Connaughl at Ihc Mansion House. The com- pany Included Lord Strath- cona and .lion. YV. J. Hoche.-" The Duke become patron ot a lund for erecting an fm- meiaorial to Lord Vi'olse- ley. disputes settled in will be on.lhe other siO oi tlie lence, fighliaij for Ite mu-icsis 1'iesi- 'M.o u IHHII1 WAS, 101 AT SWAN RIVER A' AT HC of the mine owners agaiust detit Smith and J- is said, is out after Jones1 jolj. arc tic tbav may le a rtsuli the recent prestilt-ntial election in tnct IS, O.-M.-W. ol A? Tli.i is the QUfStion lhat is H.e minds ol the membets of that huge Nation In general, and of tht in particular. That Ihe election ol J. li, of Ferine, to tte pfesulcntial chiir was r.ot anticipated by its heit mloiraed members'of the ii.ner circle Sfr.cttilly couceded (act, al- ;h it vras assuiricd. in ihf Ijpht of recent detcloFine'nis in with tUe Albeita'ribiiuciJl (-lection, that might for- oppnncnL_to IHlulrti's caiidi- What njat nov be expected the movB'ot the deposeii prc- sidetit, ar.d the-coterlc support him will undoubtedly receive, is to some eitent a'matter. ,of mere specu lation lo on the street, u'Jt! that interesting arid Xolallr unloosed lor ilexelopmcnts ViH take pbcp In1 ihe near future aie certain. District Secretary-Treasurer A. J. Carter, and Vice-President Jor.es bmh j Ijcer. in Lcthbrjdge Jdr the past two Jays, hut Asked what tjheir-ind'lYlduaT-actions mil he they are as tjlose proverbial ojslers; enqujrica ;aB'to the foture may" hoitl v.ilh (he the many vexed questions which the re- cent .paturallv cre- ate, they- are .equally'close. ''We have cuthitig {o to be their for the present at least, Reticence notvrHhslar.ding, (here is reason to stale, ,dn covceMent author- that, the Coal uoci with an assistant cooiEnis- tth tbe same association It therelore, appear that the organization is in danger ing not one, but IMO executives, records beea imequaHe-d in tbe history of the district, and tLat the operators are so evidently anxious'to set'ute their senices, is surely suRicifnl to cause- a halt in the drastic reforms that or.e Iictioa of the organization evidently desire to put into operation. Secretary ler xsent is eat on the Ibis atUrnoon. o'clock train 44 RUSSIA WILL ARBITRATE fit. I'ettriburg, June I- Tbe Serilaa and Bulgatita have boih lo accept RuesU's arbitrltioa ia tbelr diepule 'the tcr- ritory durlDj tht Dal- kaa %ar. 'arks Depailment UseJ Up Water to Effecl- Capacity of Plant the park uuS depart" meat of ths city under tte Winnipeg, June prevailed yesterday over uiost prairie ihe temperature 'rivalling iu Mauitoba and re- cording Moosomin 100 iu the shade, ivhilc temperatures around 30 were pretty general. Alberta, from Calgary north, and northern Saskatchewan eecaped with comparatively cool 70 and SO.' the spring whwt'country- reports abundance of moisture Irrlbe ground, and these torrid conditions Vill produce a hoi house growth. Prospects are fop cooler weather to- ih-i naturally arises in one's mind (lie members of Uis- trictT ig not misiaVe? TIjC Herald also understands tbat there is'some of a similar oiler fo Vke-rresident Jones, in con- PLACED IN VAULT ON HILL' OF LIBERTY OVERLOOKING CONSTANTINOPLE Constantinople, Juno 12. aa Grand Virier, Mabmoud Pasha, was buried this morn- ing In the mausoleum, the Hill ol Liberty, on the oalEkirts of the Turkish capital. On this hill many of his soldiers fell, he was lead- ing them 1n the operations' Bgainst Constantinople, In April, 10M, 'when the oM Sultan -Abdul I'ainid was de posed. The funeral ceremony lodnj carried out islth great pomp, mcsi of the garrison of the city partlclpat London, June coa-'Ishares ot Oil companies T.'Ctir.j .mtru'uiin ul liie-Iiniibli liactert (OE tdc British spEcuLilions iln oil somewhat resombfing ttose in. Marconi shares may, It Is reportr cd, hring about a rarliamen- ii tary sensation in Knglan-J, S rho 1'imrs rccenily unmr'l the f.ov'- Ki trnmrnl tlwl rumiTs were rite as to -JE CaWnct rainisicia spccalatrnj; in Ihe The Olobe today hints" thai" the books of Charles Fencer, a sto-k broVcr wlio recently.- went mlo Laiik- ruptcy Ina'l Lord Muicay of Elibank, invested ra considerable amount ol the. limits ol the Liberal parly in Ihr "shMra, piirlicularly those of a .company trstcls.- oliliincd govcinroent con- KarnhormigH, Eng., .June Rrihsh Army airstrip Astra Torres mpt a serious accident at its first trial here today. The envelope sprang a leak and part of the fratne- bucVlcd up. The managed to bring ihe airship safely to ejrth ami none of "them was injured. The trial took place in the presence ol' thous- aartr of spectators.- MR. MITCHELL BY. ACCLAMATION _ Bassano, June 12. Hon. C. II. Mitchell, ilMsier ot Pub- lie Works, Ti'd-3 elected mem- her for Bow Valley today by acclamatioji. the time tor receiving nominations was up. Returning Officer Plasfalr announced oaly one Domloa- Upn and declared Sir. Mitchell elected. Suffragettes Will Make Demon- stration at Derby Martyr's Funeral GOVERNMENT WILL SPEND TWO MILLIONS THIS i. LINES, NpW.LC.OH- STRUCTEO Edmonton, Jam' Twenty-Jour hundred mile's oi telephone jvire. will be strung by tie the Alberta department, ol .telephones ol rural lines this'year in addition to a large amount of Iqr.g distance line in construction and nciv exchange work in the. growing tomes and cit- ies of the province. Over. two million dollars wrl! be expended by the govr ernment i.n extending the telephone system- of Al'berla during the scar. At the beginning- of -the year there ivere in wire milesT f671 miles of rural lines, and' 6689, miles of long distance- miles of telephone lir.es Alberta. "The work of, the season is pro- .vs-cll and .the full program London, solid niile oi militants will form the-funeral pro cession on Saturday for Miss Ernih Wilding Davisoa, the Northumberland militant, who sacrificed her hie in mad atiempf to brrak up tbe Derbf at Epsom Coigns last week; The Women's Social- and Jnion today completed -their- ar- rangemenis nlitcli-tbey say v ill-be .he biggest and most spectacular England ever sw, not even eiccptiag :he imposing obsequies of King-Kd- ward in demonstration will' ie country-vide by 6f_tW act tiat eTery'coun-1 .y will inarch'into" London' to join :nc parade.1 Clad in purple and with hands on the sleeves, abreast .throug" i- i 1 will pass 45 if cause Scotland tanls to ngs. Mrs. Bmmfiiiie i AUavusm, said that che will participate in the able lo leave 'nursing home, where has beta list release from ifce police do not would lUtt to knoTr. Bicca tha Bo4rd et Trade feome crltlctsna i recent the manner In which and letardi bare not been cira of '.his spring, deparUaezit tisi strenuous Mlorw to for their Lasc night, icconilct to ot tha city dfpJtstmeGt, UMT did BO with a. There are or oins HUTH dred coanecttonK for ptiki and boulevards to te for Bprlnkltnff Tbft 11 io hoard ol education "at the regular monthly meeting tonight, postponed from last night on ac- ro'J.il of Ihc amis. In this connec- tion the bo.iTt! will discuss the ad- vh'aliilKy le-opening tie schools on Monday r.cU for ihe remainder ol (lie month and term. There are soaie ol the hciHh authorities who are ayainst the re-open ing of the schools this (crm, otliprs belioe il advicablc to icopcn if it is found that ihP spread of mcasUs has sign1; of having checVed lew cases arc tcporled daily, while a lew of the houses under modified quarantine ate helng released daily. There will also te some discussion about the rmch discussed school board estimates. There are one or two members ot the board who are not board think thai, in view of ihc tax rale, an-e-flott sno-jH bare hren made lo (utther -reduce, if at all possible. Houcicr, ihprc dots not seem lo be much possibility of this. Kwy item has hern carefully scanned, and it is considered that js absolute- ly r-ecfsatuy. Of this, five thousand is deficit catricd over from last year, which must be wiped ofi the hooks tfa-y, 4hi9 yfsr's altogether satiflifd that the asked for the amount. to take under- CHILDLESS, A- WEALTHV SWISS COUPLE LOST EST IN ALL INTER- -LIFE Switzerland, .June 13. Eugene Maggi, and his wife, helievet to be" the wealthiest persons in Switzerland, conm.iUerf suiciric to- day feec.iuse they lacked fn tereal in lijle. Bugene oalj 41 years ".oid and his "wife 3n Their joint estates were Vstimaitrt somi time ago at and receatt) Maggi inherited the -income from a number of extensive factories. Th couple had been married for a num bet of years, hut greatly disappoint cd because their union had remained childless. chart showed that water' had 1 pumued 'nearly all night'at Its" ol tbc'.ight that the, amcndneM required do with the on vblch the Interect on the bmda 'all due_. This could be remedied. In a few jalnutee by the council paMln'f an amendment, without' atfectloa; tlM 'ecallty of The IUS.oOO.ot 454 pen. being handled by the Co, who, hold an option on. them e'iplrini Juae If thei, rilh the of the je'r on whkh also bold an option are diipoced rof, along wltb the f 5, per ctad .whlci their hedroom lume_d_on the gas and were louctl dead EXHIBITORS ARE AFRAID Loodoa, June' owners rf raluaolo doge are afraid to exhibit ihem unless extraordinary precaiktloni are t'aXen niaiwi ins suffragettes. They remember' tb.e poisoning Southampton some time ago' when Miss, a 'noted breeder, a laUmbSe Pehlaese. 3be en- hlblted dogs it .tho ikon at the Botanical Garden? fbat her chamnlw Teklneie vere, cuardtd by a of io that they would be payable In Lon- don, the counc.lt a wire lhai'thty already payable Yesterday a. wire reciivei tiat fhe, company had a tood ptospect of disposing of the bowa on the Loa- don market, but mljlit wlsb ai- endments If the sale w're.'conau ed, and uklni If the 'Council would make the The wire gave no InXllog.of the.aiaend ments retired. 'but council Instructed liat nlffht the to wire Wood, Gundy t-Co. lhat .thej wire milling to make', any legal an- endmenU tothe.clly, It meait, no lo'ie they bought outright time the clly at J9.63 be. in, a gool position ffaaaclally. At the. present time the city has either under optloti a- total of more'Uiaa I800.0M ot IV, and 5 per cent, bondt, and If the sales are consummated the city will be able to wipe out all ei- Istlog capita! account, debts and a few tbousand dollar's, lo the tool. This was shoicn in the auditor's' iiafe-' meet of the city's alfalrs, tabled o The oily offlclsls tee flin ahead. They couple' of monlhs'lae .city wlll-'bejn the belt position financially It'rfm been since. Ihe'bohd qutBUsc reaV n V-x ;