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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGC, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 21, IOQ9. NO. III. POINTS OUT NEED OF A Y.M.CA. The Rev. A.M. Gordon Takes Up An Import- ant Question WILL PARALLEL C.N.R. Vancouver. Ji. 0., June Hon. I'. Graham, minis- ter of railways, approves of tin- route map of tin- proposed branch lino of tin- G T. P. railway to Vancouver, filed in Ottawa last month. The line will virtually paral- li 1 ilie projected line of the X. li. all tlu; way irtim Yelluwhead Pass. .It is un- that the C. N. ft. has already begun a vigorous protest against the invasion If. '.'f its territory by its formid- able rival. On Sunday evening at Knox church the pastor, Rev. A. M. Gordon, preached a sermon to young men on the subject of strength, especially strength of character. Tl-e hole trend of his remarks was a strong- plea for a Young Men's Christian Association for Lethbridge. Some of his principal arguments were s lol- lows -an young men expect to lind. blreugtli, of mind, of body and of spirit. Thu motto of the Y. M. C. A. is a. sound mind in a sound Ixxly. "If most of us want to be of any use in the world we to take care of our health. 'J he chief, benefit ol sport is obtained when we our- selves take part in the exercise. Some di-v a reserve of physical strength.'will stand us in good stead. A good deal can be said in favor of military drill. Kxtremes are not de- sirable- Both body and brain should be developed. The man who has brains and a sound body and uses them, is sure to rise. The develop- ment of the spirit is also necessary. The more body and mind are develop- ed the more the' character and spirit need to be developed too. The Bible is more than a library. It is a great literature. But tho chief value of the Bible is that it tenches man how' to overcome the temptations of the evil one. The great object of the Christ- ian church is to minister to tbv spiritual needs. Institutional have attempted to solve the problem. the Y. M. .C'. A. is doing a good work. There' is no rivalry be- tween the church and the Y. M. C. A. Tlie Y. M. C. A. supports the church work by helping to develop the character of the young men. The two are. not rivals but partners. Many patronize the Y. M.. C. A. wko will not patronize the church. It is important that on Sunday and week days the influences should -be Christ- ia.n. "Like the 'hospital, this organiza- tion appeals to all. no matter to what church they belong. All the churches support it because all re- ceive a benefit from it. "The Y. M, C. A. does not aim to produce stars in the athletic wsrld, but to help aaid guide members to exercise -and develop strong bodies. Its gymnasium classes and swimming- baths are appreciated by young men. "Is the time ripe for a Y.M.C.A. in Lethbridge The city is g'oing ahead by leaps and bounds. We should look forward to having one- soon. "Would that a Y.M.C.A. and a Public Library could be combined. Our new church building -has been arid financial resources, but Knox church will not suffer by advocating a Y.M. C.A. Both give value for the money. A. Y. M. C. A. will help the church. "Usually one or two men head the list with good subscriptions --and railway corporations (though often- called are finding o-it the value of .a M, C. A. and are giv- ing large bonuses. But still we must look "-largely to the young men who derive the benefit of the institu- "lioV The benefit is chiefly io 'the young man who has no homo. Tho Y. M. C. A. is a home for such. "There will 'bo difficulties to over- come. But there are funds available for other purposes- Over a quarter of a million dollars is spent over the bars here in one year. Money is found for civic improvements, money is found for boulevards and cement sidewalks. Money can surely be found to do something for the welfare of the men themselves. H mav not he a BRITISH CRUISER SUNK London. June British Crui- ser it is believed here. sunk last night in a collision ofi'Dun- g'.'iiess. The life boats landed UOO >.jf the civw and it is reported that 110 lives Were lost. Coaldale Is Up-To-Date ENGINE WENT INTO THE RIVER Two Employees Of Great Northern Drowned 'Vancouver, June engine nd tender of Great Northern train Xo. '271 left tlie tracks on the New Westminster side of the Fraser river Bridge about o'clock this after- loon an-d plunged into the vide. A sound of seething water was heard as the big locomotive went, .to the bot-i torn. Though the train was travail- ing slowly, the engine failed to '.aw the points at the curve or the had been left open. locomotive left, the tracks and pulled ihe along with it for some sitmshing tlie woodwork and steel rails. George Xigweid. the enirintv.'r. i nd On the rural telephone line to Coal- i ihe fireman, who is an extra dale there are now fourteen subsrrib- who just went on the run and ers and several more wanting to get name was unknown 10 the' 1 on. An exchange will soon be re- were drowned. The baggage and mail car was de- railed and stopped not ten feet from the point -where the engim? made its plunge. The train was composed of a baggage car. two day coaches and a parlor car and on board were; many through passengers from Se- at tie. ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION Ottawa, June Mac- kenzie King, minister of La- bor. elected by acclamation in North Waterloo today. MEN AND HORSES BURNED Dul'uth, Minn., June men, hostlers, and 68 horsed were burru-d to death late this afternoon in a (ire which partly destroyed the Board Tride Liverv stables. A Child Had a Close Call The little son of T. W. McCausrh- erty had a close call on Saturday The little fellow who is twu and ;i half-years old, was playing out in the yard and got mixed up with some "Id cans and bottles which were ly- ing around. Jn some w.-iy he became poisoned and was taken violently ill. They drove to town as fast as possi- hie and took him to Dr. Tuller. For! over four hours the little fellow's life was despaired of but he was finally pulled through safely. APPEALS WILL BE HEARD BY JUDGE Conviction Under the License. Act At Cardston quired at Coaldale. though at present any one can cull up any in Lethbridge just as easy if these farmers lived in the cit Some of these farmers are new settlers just arrived and are surprised find such modern conveniences in a new coontry. BADE FAREWELL TO CONGREGATION A WARRANT FOR SHEPARD'S ARREST Rev. Mr. Harrison Concludes Pastorate Of Wesley Church Former Real Estate Agent Wanted Here On a Serious Charge A warrant has been issued for the arrest of V. S. Shepard. well known in this city as a dealer in real iu tate and who already has figured in several civil cases in the local courts. The information on which the war- rant was issued V.MS laid by William Johnston, of the Balmoral Ho- tel. Juhnson bought some lots from Shepard and when tiie time came to niidce the final payment of S2H. re- paid it and Shepard him a re- ceipt in full, at that time it is said that there was a caveat against the lots and" Shep-ird could not deliver title. The charge apai'.jst Shepard is obtaining money under false pretences. Sh-.-pard is said TO be i'l bu.-iness pil he was reported to have of monev. When he made eame j Wesley church was crowded last i to hear Rev. _M. Harrison preach his farewell sermon. Taking I as his text the incident in Mark X of the rich young ruler, and in -vets XXVL.. of Paul't vision, the minister eloquently and forcefully discustad the question of The Vision of the Higher Life. In his introductory remarks he said he made quite a spread, and had j that such a vision of the hitrher life the .swellest auto in trie city. H a. naihv of 'poj-r Stanley, Ont., is not yet 20 years of age. District Court will commence its regular session tomorrow with Judge Winter in charge. The following is the Tuff vs. Seely. solicitor W. C. fves. defendant in person. Western Canada Agency vs. John Howells, of taber. W. C. Ivv-s and W. C'. Simmons. Convis vs. Webber. C K. Harris and L. il. John-stone Alberta Hide Co., of Calgary, vs. Frankel. and C.F. Harris. Pautz vs. Ostro. tV. C. Tvea and H. A. J. MacDougall Bay Co., vs. Keffer, L. M. W. C. Ives. Telfer C. F. Harris L.M. Johnstone. Butler vs. Handford. C. F. Harris and W. C. Ives. Hick Hardware vs. Ott, W. C. Simmons and L. M. Johnstone. The following appeal cases will also be tried Mali Chow vs. J, Gillespie. This is a case of the Chinese found guilty (Continued on back page) BIG STRIKE AT EDMONTON Kdrnomon, Alta., June All the union plumbers of the city quit work Saturday morn- ing in fulfilment of an ultima- tum that unless the painters strike was settled by Saturday they would lay down their tools. The painters struck last Thursday as a protest against having to work with non-union carpenters and are still out. lathers will also strike to- morrow. The builders profess unconcern and declare they can get all the men required. TODAY'S IMPORTS Among the many carloads of freight arriving today at Lethbridge are the Mowing: 25 cars of lumber, 3 cars of cement for city paving, 2 cars of agricultural implements. 3 cars of wheat. 1 car" oats and 1 car of groceries. Leave Doors Wide Open According there to what Chir would be little wonder if the store? and offices of the city were nut robbed. Every night the police came across many places that are not fastened securely, if at all. Last night was worse than usual and the list of places turned in by the patrol shows that a great many firms did not have their doors and windows se- ;ould will be called as cured. In many cases they wore loft e open. HUSBAND TO GO ON THE STAND Howard Gould Will Be Severely Examined By Lawyers MAJORITY REPORT IS MADE PUBLIC Old Agreement Recommended As Satisfact- ory Fix Term At Two Years (Special to the Herald.) Ferine. B. C., June and j auci must make a difference 'in -the life I to which it comes. If vision is ac- LAST OF WHALING MILLIONAIRES in Spokane having apparently desert- ed Lethbridge. He was one of the main factors in the incipient b-.-oni that struck the city a" little over two yeurs ago and until a iVw months ajro made his headquarters here. Form- On Death of Sebastian Lawrence, His Bank Puts in Telephone New London, Conn.. Jane the h'rst time hi history, a telephone. was installed in the Whaling Bunk of New London, and this be- cause Subiistiun L. for forty-five- .years was of. the of the Christ comes to everyone lowing i? a copy of the official find- ing of the majority report of the Con- ciliation Board, appointed to fnvesti- as by Paul, -it makes the life gate the differences between the op- joyous and bright and -allows the j erators and the mine workers .'iris- true manhood to speak. But if it is f ing out of the failure to agree at the refused, as b> the young of the j Macleod '-conference, text, it means the closirrg of the op- portunity, the weakening of the will. The choosin-g of a life of self-indul- gence unfits one to enter into the fuller opportunity and one cannot see bank, is dead. T.awrencn was the last of that old family of millionaires in the whaling business. He died a bachelor with a fortune of over ten millions. He would not use a tele- phone, and would nut have one in Oaiiarv. i his bank. matter for the city council, hut st'iH it appeals to all citizens. Discuss it. Talk to your friends about it. Tt will ypt be a reality. "H is a Christiim Assoriation and strives to incuU-ne the spirit of Christ into the character of ihe young men in body, mind and spirii. and develop the voting man in the strength and fulness of the perfect Christ." After the sermon Simm snug n beautiful solo. MAN SETTLED AGAIN! IN A RUNAWAY Man, Who Was Injured In Accident At Taber Mine H. G. Mockford Had An Ex- citing Experience Near Royal City Tho Tinsley case-- has been s, tile.i again. .justice Stuart h -s hand- ed down his derision In the case which was ret.ned be fort lim at the last sitting of the .Supreme Court hure. It will be remembered that when .Joseph Tiriscly ihe Can- j A serious runaway took place on Sunday afternoon near Koyal i Collieries. 11. G. .Mockfoixl and a friwwl were driving down the coulee :near A. K. Dupen's. The horse, ran away while going down the hill and 'bolted yvcr the steep ba the vision as before. Obedience to the vision means the more abundant To the Hon. the Minister of Labor. Ottawa. Out. concluded investiga- tions and bearing in mind the inter- est. tlie parties involved and the suffering in consequence of the dis- have the honor to re.com- life disobedience means the atrophy mend the following as tho basis of Th ada. West. Coal Co.. of Tuber, for damages because uf injuries received in an accident at their iM ver- horsu and rig rolled down the bank an-d stopper! bottom up at the foot of the bank. The horse got up ami ran away with the buggy upside TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS J. A. Broley has received the con- "tract for t-he erection of a SlrtiXOtO house at Geo. Hurst, a fanner in the Tomp- kins district, near Maple Creek. lor struck by lightning and killed. Mrs. David 1'rctos, a North Bay widow, 32 years old, lost her life yesterday as a result of burns receiv- ed from the explosion of a lamp used for heating curling irons. diet of the jury was that he get some hlll it was sOon six hundred dollars for specific dam- ages, such us loss of wages, medical attendance, etc.. and for gen- era! damages. Tho company appeal- ed the case and the Court of Appeal allowed the specific damages but or- dered a new trial on the matter of the damages. This was tried by .Judge Stuart recently. In his judgment he awards the plaintiff, who in tin's ease is Tinsley's daugh- ter. Mrs. Margaret McGarry. Tinsloy having died, the sum <.f 91.070. Tins sum is made up of for loss of wages, less S.'liVt awarded in the pre- vious judgment. Sl.V) for the'deform- ed ami weakened leg. the result of the accident. and ceneral dam- K' hast''nine of Ihe ir.nn's death. W, C. Simmons conductivl the caw? piainfiff and L. M. .Tohn- Mone for, the defendant. ushtxl to pieces. Mr. Mock ford was badly in- jured. Besides a cut over t-he eye he was injured on tho side and leg. A .si releiier procured at the Koyal Collieries and Messrs and Afrl'hee, with the assistance of others, carried the injured man up tho hill, wh'-re a rig pr< cured to lake him to his home in North Ward where he was met ivy Ur. in response 10 a telephone messagu .sent from t.he Coliieri-s. Tim other uuui, though injured m the back, was still able to walk hut was drMen (o his I.OIK-P by a friend. Two bartenders were out for a driv- on Sunday evening. Citi 'on" standing around the Dallas Hotel about, seven o'clock to of the better self and the caterin t-he meaner an-d baser passions, A man's life and soul are the great- j est geir. and wonder. Life is won or j lost by its master its mas- j ter vision. "What is your vision of j Christ the preacher asked. "How- have you accepter! it Your life de- pends on it. The vision comus in a divine discontent for better things. There arc young mas in j Lethbridge who have had the vision j and their future dejtends on. it. By j refusing they have started on the i downward course. The- vision comes j also to those of maturer years, smit- ing selfishness and rebuking sin. I "There is unrest in the country.'" j he.continued. ''not because rnen not find God but they see Him and refuse to accept His vision, j The visions are God within the soul to lead us out. to a better life." I "My last o in: is. what I will you do with the. message in the i vision of God You are the arbiter of your own destiny. By leaving this question with you as I go out from among you 1 dear myself of your blood. 1 have not failed to give you t he whole counsel of God and wherein 1 have failed it. has been., because i' settlement: We believe that the old agreements, _ j expiring on March 31st, 1909, are agreeable; to both parties "aiid we therefore recommend a general agree- ment based o" "M agreement, ex- piring on the above date. The terms of atrreemeiu to date from the first of April. 1909, to the 3lst _March, 19JL. We are of the- opinion that if the parties each make an earnest effort thftv can easily settle anv difficulty that may exist at Bellevue. Hillcrest and Coieman mines, in the same manner a.-? heretofore by mu- tual agreement or by joint committee and independent chairman as pro- vided for by all previous agreements between the parties. -We therefore recommend that this course be adopt- ed and a definite settlement be made within 30 days of signing an agree- ment. We recommend that the under- standing arrived at with regard io discrimination as reported by the Deputy Minister of Labor in the re- port from, the Department of Labor in 1907 be observed by the parties to this agreement. We have tho hon- Qr To be. Sir. Your obedient servants, H. K. GRANT, Chairman. F. H. SHERMAN, Member of Board. NTew York, June Kather- t) Clcrcens Gould, who is suing ier husband for a separation and 000 alimony, said today that she had added several witnesses for and obtained evidence to refute the testimony of the employees of the hotel Bellevue-Stratford. who testified that they saw-Dustin Farn- urn, the actor, leave her apartments early one morning- during her stay tt the Philadelphia hotel -in 1.900. Gould returned from Philadel- phia last night whore sho went Sat- irday after the week-end recess of court. Airs. Gould's lawyer today declined to say what the refutation, evidence vas, but said that it would -all introduced u.t the trial at the proper ime and .that when Mrs. Gould's ase was presented in rebuttal there vould be many surprised for the de- ense. The defense today continued call witnesses to show the plain- iff's alleged misconduct. Howard a witness in bis own. behalf. His testimony on direct and cross-examination may oc- cupy two or three days. ;There prob- ably will be night sessions of court. When the court opened today the defense sprung a surprise by announc ing that it rested its case. Attorney Delancey Micholl for Mr. Gould de- clared that on looking over the tes- timony that had been presented, he found it so replete with evidence to establish the contention o-f the. de- ftnse, that Mr. G-ould was justified in the separation from his wife, that he believed it unnecessary to call any more witnesses. Clarence ..J. Shearne. attorney for Mrs. Goukl, told the court that Mr. Nicholls' an- nouncement had taken him by sur- prise, that he had no witnesses at hand at the moment to put on the stand in rebuttal. With the court's consent, however, he stated he would read the depositions of xvitnesses tak- at preparing the case for trial. MY. Shearne at once proceeded with reading of these depositions. RUSSIAN DUMA TO VISIT ENGLAND Later King Edward Will Entertain the Czar BAND'S PROPOSED TRIP TO WINNIPEG Opinion Does Not Seem To To Favor A Civic Grant knew it not." (Continued on back page) CUSTOM OFFICER MAY LOSE LIFE London. -June, meeting ot i I the Kmperor of Kusftia and the Km- peror of Germany, in Bay. {will I j u-mv of A party composed of jtial members of the. Russian Duma in Knjflumi for the next fortnight and the visit to King Kdwurd by. the Rus isrinn Kmperor during the Ro- igatta. Tliis is the swond i of This IZii.-sian IVpuries to Hngland. i :t party composed of meiivbers of jj10 j first, Duma coining here, in when i KnifK-ro.- di-sohod ihut. body as members of Nothing oH'icial was done at. the .joint meeting of the city council and j executive of ihe board of t ra-'e on iSaturdav nighr as there WHS a counterbalanced by the pre.v oi me board oi trade nlluen- i The mat.ter oi making a grant to send the band to Winnipeg was left over and will taken up ;U The A LOCAL BUDGET C. T. Dickson, lecturer of Queen's University, is in the city. The Bank of Toronto will soon open Geo. E. Swing, manager of the Eastern ownships Bank at Taber, spent Sunday in the city. A settler was in the city today with a load, of new hay. He waa asking twenty dollars for it and said' he had plenty more. The fire brigade in their new quar- ters in the fire hall give quite a metropolitan -appearance to the city. At the close of the evening service yesterday in the Baptist church, six new members wen? received into fel- lowship. These make a total of over twenty received this year. v_ Thti man arrested on sus- picion of being implicated in the rob- beries of Friday night, was brought up this morning but remanded until tomorrow. Constable Miles, of the city police force, went to Sweet Grass with two men who were wanted in Montana. SherifT Martin, of Great Falls, came up to Lethbridge to arrange for theic deportation. _ __ Mrs. D. H. McNaughton and Mrs. J. Johnston arrived last night from the east and an? the guests of their- sisters. Mrs. Sydney Jackson and1 E. A. Sharman. O. W. Kerr, president of the O. W. Kerr Co., is in the city for a few meeting of the board of trade on However. an informal meeting was- held in Freeman. Mc- atnl Graham's o'h'ce the Leg Of Inspector Cut Of By a Train Near Per- nie RAYMOND CHRONICLES l June hi'en on the new elevntfir. j Mr. T. Da vies is over fr.-jn for n few I Mr. Craven is making jto put on a. piny called "The Silv-r Kinc" in the near future. l Mr.. Franklin Card Jrom ,r 1 Utah, who has been visitinj and uncle. Mr. and inspector. iat the Rnvmond Hotel, A police census shows Calgary's population to be Special to Herald) Kernie. H. -June l-'llis. Canadian customs here, was con over an engine on G. Railway at Michel today, j Wednesday from a Ivr? .see n runaway horse ami an upturned j and his leg rut off between buggy conii' dashing up tht lane, j ami hip. He was brought to th'1 i The men CAmc. following after. Kernie hospital he li -s in t looking very pale but more critical condition. Mr. Kills is sixty than hurt, because they hnd not been j six old and is Well known am relation of the oky to the board of trade on publicity matters was dis- cussed with about n dozen present. Aid. Match thought the Jo-rd of trade should be n department of the city government in matters oi pub- licity. It seemed to be the final opinion that if would not be the best pub- licit.-, to send thv band to Winnipeg, also that it would be better to en- tertain visitors at home an-.'l 'whatever money was could bo Lognn, spern more in days. is on his way to Spokane in rig diiring the runaway. respectetl. with his Card. thrown and way iti- He was finite lame today. Miss Bessie Owen was Io Mr. Archie Witbeok in Lethbridge Wednesday. Mr. C. Ostlund will ppx-nd next week m Stirling visiting relatives. j but stopped on" to look into condi- tions here. He went to CardstAn to- day with T. S. McKenxte. William Stickler was up before Magistrate MacDougaU this morning charged with negotiating for the pur- chase, of counterfeit money but the case xvus remanded till Saturday. Tf it is found that t-he negotiations in British Columbia, he will be handed over to tho authorities of i.hat province who are- anxious to tyet him as he is supposed to be mixed up in a diamond robbery at Cran- A. Buchanan M-P-T., and W.H. FairfieW, superintendent, of Ex-. Farm, went to Medicine Hat today to interview Hon. W. T. Finlay in regard to a grant for t-he During an cleciric storm at Vittlen Western Canada Irrigation Man.. the large barn and c.ittlo sheds j tion to be held in this city-in August of .lohn Wright, of South .Junction. I From Medicine Hat Mr. Buchanan were struck by lightning and totally will proceed to Calgary to attend a dest rover I with their contents, inc.lud- j mooting of the Hoard of Governors ing eight horses, carriages, imple- of the Alberta Amateur Athletic ments, etc. socintion, of which he is a momtwrr Ihe band and liave in the park. them play oftener ;