Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 7. ItKH UTB LOCAL LETIIBRIDtiK. ALHK11TA. Memorial Tabkt Unveiling Marks the Anniversary E Mute Triiute to Twenty Young Heroes Memorable Occasion ia Hi.sloryl _ _, r Users consisted of Stafford. Robt. ot Church- Immense Con- j.iuen, D. J. JlncKay and J. D. His- gregutions Present i A subscription Uat wan opened awi r 37" seneroiw sum subscribed for the Kesline tne north wall of Kiiox thfi clwrell Th. Presbyterian church today Is a bronze; ,vas s6eedny it was' i-canng twen y names, a roue Lertbr1dre and a lasting .memorial to other herc. I.otbbridgo boys and men. for- ia thg d u d KnoJ. ;nt.i- a.Mn.her-i ci Knox congregation, aml Btood th jt t tb remain? nrcTestrag In Frances pre80Ilt Collrt n movod ..iKtniKUt.fully one thousand 7th street and is d as a every available foot of j meetlnr nlace for the Pentecostal Mis room in knox church to take sion. The building opened for nrt iho unveiling of thin .Divine worship on Feb. 18th. 1886 by the UeV. Alfred Andrews, Methodist, i nptam A. u. Iienora. Mrs-! preaching in the morning, and Rev. MeKillor, am. Gen- .Ugiis Hohertson preaching In the Dr. J. K. Stewart all took part; evening. Mrs-, I Mr- McKlllep Comes 01 a .nlnu c.-, in she Sprjne of th? Rcv McKIHop was appointed to KNOX CHURCH MINISTER APPEARS BEFORE j Claim Made by Bob! For I Sum of Over a Flax Crop Ing into wlii-at .-ind oats all his own I land, with plaintiff to assist him. De- fendant denies that plaintiff paid him and that he performed 20 or any days1 work am) any default on his (tho defendant's) part. As a result of default defendant claims he was delayed in stilting breaking of land intended to bo sown In acres, that defendant did break and now In llax without any aeaist- anco from plaintiff ]00 acres of the said land, hut. to delay caused hy there was no crop. He. the counterclaims for the c i sum of aud a further sum of MM.SO for Bouds sold and delivered the plahitifr, and for work done by him for the plaintiff. Duiilop, K.C., of Shepherd. Duulop anil fiice Is appearing for the REV. A. H. DENOON rf to tion moved to (ears. Her voice t-nviighout the building and car- menage, clearly to all. Brig. n ried adir: were weic uonc.n.1 Stm-nrt performed the plae Mm On Preached nday, July 4, biS tuw.ll ier- congregation of twenty-four spoke of the tor which those twenty lives Vr and implored those who should Ml.-Je to return to Canada and life to Itcep up higl; for millions of lost. Oj-p-iiiii Denoon. sermon ap- spoke of the sacrifices ipp nit.'dfi. Ho was able, through liii: c'v-T. experiences overseas, to put color into his talk and with the other two addresses complet- f.fl most inipvessivp. memorial ser- vice, many who aitemjetj that LfiibuvJ-'jiT has experienced.' j, the1 white e'ross JOA4-lft. Hie attended a meeting of'the In this church. During his ministry n-" the Prcsent edfficc was com- ,4s Nov. 1911, Mr. Gordon resigned to hecome aFsistant to Dr. Herridge of Cameron, to take Mr. McKil- in the evening Mr. bis first sermon In to forty-three per- HoiiE-. TWO months after hie arrival, Air. McKiUop administered the sacra- Mient to sixteen persons. first session was formed on October 2nd, 1SS6, and comisted of n. J. MacKay and J. D. Hlglnbotham, snd the Ottawa. When the war drake out, he overseas aa a chaplain, dis- tlnsuishing himself on the Seld for his quiet, cool bravery, and efficient service. He rose to the rank of Lt.- Colonel, and is now in the military service in eastern Canada. "His sin erou. who church on The civil sittiiiKS uf tin- supreme I Court, for Ihe trial of non-jury cases. i opened on Monday morning, with Mr. j Justice Simmons presiding. Twenty- live cases were pet for trial. j Joseph Scn-.vsrtz. ihe plaintiff in i tne lengthy trial recently before Mr. I Justice Ives. in Schwartz vs. Guerin. j rigur.cs sgrain as tieiemlant in a claim j against him John Uobi. This was thy first case taken up and is iiro- j In the present action tho plaintiff, John HoW, a farmer of Milk River. claims that, on or about February', -'Tilt, inso, he entered into an agree- Pa.v Clerk Died mcnl in writing willi Joseph Schwartz worded aa follows, and sign- ed by Schwartz: "This is 'to certify that J the undersigned Joseph Schwartz have received payment in full of MOO for half share of flax FAILED TO MEET BOYS FACE HORSE T. 0. Kinsr of Raymond, Back! 14 and 15 From Calgary From Conferekce at Ed- Have Been Out on Regular monton Jaunt Two of U years and 15 years are held IB the IS CALLED BY DEA1H T. 0. Klne of Raymond, one of it- roprescntatives of the school trustees A.P.P. ceris'in tor at the recent meeting with A. T. i concerned u aliened, la horM- stealing and various itofti They started from Calgary on their career with the theft of two honwt. stolen from a livery barn than, and the other from a farm In the out- skirts of that city. On these Had-Lived Considerable Time in Paris Tlinre passed away at his residence TTUU .ui uuti ouafe UL on Eighth street, s., at 11-20 this crop -to sown with tho help ot John j morning, Daniel Sydal, pay clerk in Bobi, being the north half of sec. the city hall, a position which lie has 23-Mii, W. 4. This land is to be sown, i held for the past eight years The to flax, and each of the parties is to decsased had been ailing for some iguana. do equal work in bringing this land in I time with heart and lung trouble hut tccossor was Rcv. A. O. Cam- condition, vitn the exception ot plow-1 held on to his work in spits of ill 10 was indicted into Knot ing, which I will do alone. Discing, i health, being at his desk up to Tliurs- 111 Alarch 1st. ifllz. Ow-inff hnrrnu-hif UAWMICT .1___ is muuiJert ou a wooden base and b. a "lcetinf ot jhe low the cross tho words. "Avete Krates "SSembly on au.'' wovk to be an ever thls y he ar IOTI- the cross tho wnrdp. "Avete Krates Avete JSt Valette." appear. "Erected by the congregation of KIIOI church to the glory of Ooil and. In grateful so memory of those who laid down their con lives for Kins urn! Country in the, rivij Great roads tho tablet just be-jwas The names "arc: McDougall' Armstrong, John Douglas. Herbert j y'eal James Goode, Harold Thompson Hen- j.n derson, Frederic Hugh MacBeth, Bl-! mer James MacKcnjie, Spnriteon llc-i Kay, Alvln RiplcV. Alexander ,TIlere were of depression as xov Robortson. Millars! James Robin- Te" as (Iavs of discouragement in the expanding work of the church. Strikes lj at the mines were always causes' of anxiety, for tha, town's' life at that to the ill health of himself and fam- ily, he was compelled to relinquish the pastorate uftcr a two and a half years' ministery. He now resides in Ottawa. 'The present ministry began in Nov. 20, 1914. During my absence of over two years. Ilov. W. K. Burns car- ra-1 ried on the duties witli ability and success. He is now settjed-in Ferule _ McKIHop with Personally. I would like-to hear tes- .uuj (.gnstant Bun. "u.e 6 Surch ac vl tto s <-nurcn activities. son. Anili-Bw .James Russell. Frank Halllmrton Russell, P.obttrt John Alex Wright. Uuder the list oC names apnean: "Greater love hath no man than this, that a nun lay ijou-n his life for his friend port you have given me during my ministery, and for your unwavering affection, for your unfailing courtesy, and your numerous kindnesses to me and mine. I wish to express my sin- cere thanks and all appreciation. To he a humble successor of the worthy men who have preceded me in thli ministry Is a great honor, but to have in some small measure won the es- teem and confidence of the members of this church is an evcm greater hon- or, for which I am devoutlv thank- ful." Evening Service Captain De- noon's text at Mr. AIcKillop's leadership, and I'argelj- Ice was: Hebrews j through his generosity, undertook; the erection of a manse which can now i bo seen on the Van Horne farm, north east of the city, where it was moved ander Scott, Alexander Boswell Staf-1 for tha, town's' life at that ford, William Steven. William James lme solely on the coal mln- Totl. Thomas Watt, John Stenhonsa lnE but nothing- daunted, the congregation, under the Inspiration of harrowing, sowing, are lo be done by John Itohl as well as hy me." It is claimed that it was verbially agreed between the plaintiff and the defend- ant as set forth in said agreement, the plaintiff should also do work upon the lands of tho defendant which he was sowing in wheat. The plaintiff says be paid the sum of f4uo and per- formed :J0 days' worlt with seven on the laud the defendant clay last. and came He was 35 years of age, to Lethbridge from Lon don. Eng.. iu 1911, being temporarily employed as cleric at the Board o'f Trade before he joined the city hall staff. ill 1912. The late Mr. Sydal was for a. con- siderable time with the Bon Marche in Paris, afterwards going to London as manager of Parisian shoe stores there. He leaves behind him a widow .A... said in an Interview today that J while he thought the meeting might tdo a Mttlc good, nothing tangible was accomplished aud so far as drawing- up an agreement the situation is exact- ly as it was before the department of j education got the two factions tot-eth- er. Referring to the tangle at Calgary and the threatened strike. Mr. King said the situation jertsinly aer- I'OUB. Discontent, and threats have. been heard in Edmonton and rorab- I lings in othar cities and towns of the province. The situation demands some careful handling tl the fever ia to .stopped from spreading. "The A. T. A. is too arbitrary. They want all cr nothing. As repreeeritatlTea of tae people truaUas are bound to safeguard tho interests of tha pla. This will decide the ii- Mr. King declared. The part that The Morning; Albertan was playing In the mix-np was a most astonishing one, in Mr. King's He could not understand the, jrtaii'a attitude and was afraid I here was ixSrae ulterior motivs that tne public did not know of. "I do be- lieve Mr Davidson sees his mistake u'tv 1 'Win about it is that tho mischief has beou dono IMias clone no end of said Mr! eenant e. e eaves en him a widow was sowing in wheat and was at all I a married daughter. Mrs W Sohweik _____ u _____ 1 .1... ready and willing to, perform his part of the that the defendant made default in the zer. in the ciiy. and a married son who is assistant-accountant at tho branch of the Bank of Comnierce, performance of his, in neglecting to j Vegrevllle. He had also a brother' sow the land in flax, and that by this 11 r. Charles Sydal, who is in the city default the plaintiff lost one-half the and is travelling for the flax crop which should have been sown Scott Fruit Co. and a sister Miss Ma Siimiay was also the first public e was movea paarance of Knox's new organist C of the erection of the pres- K.Ferguson. Many remarks were i in i913 ou the old site. In E. Ferguson. Many remarks were heard about the splendid music as rendered at both services, the annivcr- 1890, the congregation became self- sustaining and in March ml Mr. Me Killop illy settled as minis- Kno1 ehtrcb. The opening of Bave tlle in the morning and tho momor- ial in the evening A large congreEation turned out to n the morning service aK well. Captain I 'J Denoon at that service went Into the 18 historv of the congregation He gave McKiltol1 minister of a form a" and 'e "ls "flw life- aml tho 18 narration of thls h a form a j l. neve, compiled -here before. pl.Mn 6.uS AtVth services soecial music was and the increased Klven. At the evening service sev- a, eral old apn. familiar hy.tms were caused Mr. McKI lop In 1904 to sung. TbiT. service oncnlj "ith an i JfS d anthem and Mrs. Mlllhonse sang "In I Flanders Field Another' anthem I lcr flsld V "These all died In faith." "That they with- out us should not bo made per feet." "It seems to me that these words are suit- able for our nied- _ ___ italion on thisTook Part on the land and, also the sum of and his labor on the land sown by the defendant in wheat. The plain- tiff further claims for work dona for the defendant between January and July 1920, and for feed supplied to a Sydal. a graduate nurse iu the city. The flag at the city hall is flying at half mast in respect to the deceased. It was only last Wednesday that the late Jlr. Sydal receiver! a cable- gram from England announcing the HEAVV FINES IMPOSED IN CITY POLICE COURT Un- occasion. All vtiling Service these men whose names we have here, and whose service and sacrifice were tonight commemorated in the installation of this tablet, it mav be said they all died in faith. In "this (Continued on Page 12, "The Lord boon r-.hulful of 1 o this because o aon- ship tc God to whom ho looks constant- ly. In reviewing the past. I douht not there were times of trial, psrplex- tty apd difficulty hut through It all he conscloiiri of the goodness and conp'ogatlon, and tho 13th sary in church. It is natural tq be a remininceot. and I shall try to Eive you a hasty survey of the' past years. Forty -Yean ABO "Tt is difficult for us who are recent arrivals in the city to realign that less than forty yen re ago there was noth- ing b-.it the halil prairie where the city now Htaniis. The town owes its existence to the Gait coal mines which were worked as early as I8R.1. The place at first was called Coal Bank? until ISS5 when the present, townsite surveyed and named Lethbridce after William Lethbridge. President of the North Went Coil and Naviga- tion Company. The first religions ser- vice was held at the mines al the Jlivor .Bottom by the Rev. John Mac- Lean. miuionary to the Blood In- The first, organined Christian effort was befnn In October 1885 when a Sunday school wan started by Jlr. J. D. HlKftibotham. There being no church buildine, the school met in Iho carpenter (hop of Climle and Rob- ertson. At that drat meeting five children present. From that ,-lay to this, Mr. Higinbotliani has continued in active service as the imperlntcndent of the Sunday school, n record un- paralleled in the province, if not in Iho Dominion. In Nov. UJ5, Wm MacKnnzfo, Csieehist at Macleod. and the famous Dr. Robertson, snperiuten- 1 dent of Minima, visited the fluid and I -formally orgailied n congregation. The Sacrament dlsueneed to ten temnns. The orljinal board of the tablet placed in this church to hii, memory, accurately describes this valiant servant of Christ. 'Being deac he yet speaketh.' A. M. Gordon Called "Upon Mr. McKliiop'a. retirement the Rev. A. M. Gordon was calloc from Raymond and settled here in For seven years ho diligently as discharged....... of our' jinnivcr SHOE REPAIRS For work at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical fthotmakers Fifth 8t. S. phone 693. Notice to Motor- ing Public tie Lethbridge Vulcan- Uing Works won't bfl respons- ible for my debts contracted by the Modem Vulciinlilnj Shop or the Maclrort Vnlcinlzins Works. Macltod. BASIL E. CHAPLIN has no connection with tho LethbrlilEo Vulcaniaing Works whatever. Vulcanizing Worki (SifMrf) E. CHAPLIN, Prop- 910 PHONE 1519 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Busine ss ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. ;-6 Acadla Building 112 Third Avenue South cow and calf, and goods sold to the i death of a brother there defendant at his request. The total claim is for with the costs of the action. Counterclaim The defendant admits he entered into an agreement with the plaintiff, but contends that only a portion of the agreement is set out in the amend ed state plaintiff that he________ vl land, and that plaintiff and would jointly disc, harrow, and put in the-crop; hut it was agreed that such breaking should not be, done until af- ter the defendant had completed seed- rode out Into the world, heading for Claresholm. At High they traded one of the gtolen ait English one, for a stock and proceeded on their way. Aa thartr mounts tired they exchanged than for others which 'they ton ad in pas- tures along the road they travelled. They left their marks on route, it in stated, in the theft of various articles in the way of a rifle, a lariat, and other things, which they purloined from farmhouses. Wm. Percy Scott was reminded un- til Tuesday on the alleged charge of Tau each, from the house the pro- perty of the complainant. H. D. Lamb cosvlctlon for vagrancy, Henry wit? t with hard labo Nick Talleg was remanded to Tues- day on the charge of making an as- doin Chamberlain. Owing to the absence of Hardie, who left for Edmonton on urday, there was only a short meet- ing of the city council held on Mon- day morning. The Mayor has gone tn Edmonton to attend the mftetiw of the special committee aniwlited the meeting of the Union of -AiberU Municipalities, recently held ia tha city, to ask the government to appoint. a commission to go into the matter of a uniform act for city government, with the making of provlitoni tor taxation in line policy for cities. of the committee, in addition to the Mayor, are Mayor Duggan of Edmon- ton, Mayor Adams of Calgary, Mayor Huckvale of Medicine Hat, and Mayov Crystal of Carstairs. with a. Home Rule The other members French census will March 5-6. be taken fines of in two payments of each, were netted by tho city iimt. uuiy jt portion ot u, in tnu iiiijments ot ement is set out in the amend- saci1' werc netted by tho city ment of claim, alleging that i treasury at the aity police court ou was to pay him and I lloi'day morrilng. These were con- would break 300 acres of the 'ributed by Ma Brown and May Spence, who were convicted for hav- gives children strong backs, sturdy legs and- rosy cheeks. Give the children health first, for a good start in life. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED LETHBR1DGE EXHIBITION July 20-21-22 m WSrt n liotbnd an soon ns pos- sible .-mil have your n nil mature for yum- K.-.llihitlon un abovo dutCH. WM. OLIVER, I', If You Haven't Eaten QUAKER BREAD You Don't Know Real Bread Quaker ttruail offers you ull tbc unit noin-i.sli- nu-nt that is pOKsiblo to out of thr! clioicesi whoat Ki-ainn. 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THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES 45c 25c Fancy Miiecl per Ib Fancy Miied Biscuits per Ib............... Royal Shield Jelly Pow ders; 3 for Diopter Paste, s- 2 tins for Curtis Supreme -Ripe Regular 90c; On sale for 70e Florida 12ic, 15c, We Kerr's Pure Alfalfa Honey; per jar.......OUC FREE DELIVERY. 35c GEO. KERR CO. CAUII W FAMILY GROCERS. 1453 AND 13W. WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE GIVEN BY THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS WEDNESDAY EVENING, IN THE K. OF P. HALL Whist at.S.30; Supper at 10.30; Dancing from 11 til) 2. Tho Blue Bird Orchestra in attendance. Street car after dance. Tickets ,..................75o Tickets can be had at the Hedley Drag Store. NOTICE TO FARMERS AND ENGINE OWNERS I Have Opened Up a New Oxy-Acetylcne Shop at G. Gowin'i Blacksmith Shop 330 4TH ST. S. HARVEY G. GOWIN PHONE 1061. Income Tax, 1920 Maw Life Insurance Office 1549; Ren. Wm. 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