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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Saturday, March Number 77. rO-MORROW IS Y.M.C1 SUNDAY Services In the Churches Addressed By Secretaries Thomasson Of Winnipeg, Ballantyne Of Calgary and Levitt of High River Sunday will be Y. iM. C. A. day in, "All members over seventeen years churches ol" the city. Mr. Harry j of agp pay the same fee, and have the Jalhntyne, general secretary at Cal-t same privileges, save hold- ,ary, will speak at Wesley Methodist office. The only offlces ;huroh in the evening. Mr. W: A. ,evitt, of High Hiver, secretary lie Southern Alberta Y. M. C. A., )ccupy the Baptist pulpit ut the me ng -servicee. Mr. M. secretary for Western Can- Said Mr. Thomasson: "I have been TRAINMEN AFTER MORE LIGHTNING POLITICS WAGES V -I- -1- 'C- "'f STAVELEY HAD A BIG CROP Staveley, ..March mates of the grain situation show that bushelc of 1'JO'J crop have been shipped, bushels are in storage and bushels still in the farmers' hands. The 1908 crop was bushels. Demand Increases From 20 to 40 Per Cent. 4. Toronto, March C. 1J. K. and G. T. R. trainmen, 4- who have been in session in have presented de- inands to these two railways for increases of twenty and forty per cent, respectively in their wages. DIVORCE CASE 4. Ottawa, March H. Uuvall, of Alta., is suing for divorce from his wife, Barbara H. Sullivan Du- vall of High Hiver on the grounds of adultery, drunken- ness and desertion. The only ofttces to be held are those of iit'teen directors, vf i und the only voting is once a year, It Is very diilicult to get out a of thirteen to do the vot- ida will speak at Knox Church In the evening. There will be no financial organizing Y. M. C. A.'s for two years, j and almost, without exception, every FRED VAELOWlGOVERNMENT CONSTABLE ARRESTED solicitation on behalf of the Y. M: C. j member present voted. The Y. A. at any of these services. The C. A. is not narrow in its regulations purpose is to ghe a c'.eur idea of what and is undenominational, and Inter-de- modern M. C. A. building juominational, and every member is would mean a growing city likc-j treated alike, except in that one mat- Lothbrldge. Lince the railroads areUer of voting. Religion is not fore- spending nearly half a million dollars Sea upon any one. If a member does each' year for Y. M. C. A'.'s for their] not. wish -to participate in the rellg- employees; the city of Los functions that is a matter of his Col., has made a grant of jOWI' choice. That is just our strong per year from the city funds for Y.i feature of the .Y. M. C. is a C. A. work amon CONFDENT OF POWER Sensational Develop, j Insurgents Will Use ment In Hoid-Up Case Battering-Ram Tactics of the big- Edmonton, .March are no new developments in the political sit- I nation today. The government is yesterday when Fred Varlow, provincial CGlli.dent ot tlle balance of power fol Fcrnic, March gcst sensations for vears occurred the men bu'ild-' common ground on which all can un- Ing the aqueduct to bring water to without regard to church con- city; large lumber and manufactur- nections. in the Port Arthur cam- constablc-a-t Coal Creek, was brought; :lle reaiainder Ol ;the session, but the ing concerns are erecting Y. M. C. A buildings, and appropriating -funds for maintenance for >this work among their employees; all the cities in Western Canada, with two excep-- paign, in which we raised in seven days for -a Y. M. C. A. build- ing; the cluui-man of the campaign was a prominent Catholic. This will, city community ef- down here under arrest in connection j insurgents promise batiering-raiu with the holdup at Coal Creek. Hun- j tics in the legislature next -week. I ulreds of people were around watching PLUNGED WITH BOOTY INTO LAKE E.H. Riley Springs Want Of Confidence Vote--C. W.Cross Back In His Place -Accusation Made Against Boyle By Hotelkeeper Edmonton, March 11 sensation and transfer of stocks of goods in unparalleled in political events was bulk. Mr. Boyle objected to the bill, sprung today' when the Rutherford saying it was not good legislation to administration evolved from the interfere with the relations of people most intricate position Tu which it in business. It was peotect-ing one was placed with Attorney-General man to the disadvantage of another. Cross reconciled to the cabinet and The bill had been 'introduced by Cush 11'remicr Rutherford, instead of an- ing at last session, but had been nouncing his resignation, prepared to withdrawn. objected to enter the House with three of 'Miis the Dill onlprindple. He said whole- ministcrs. saltrs should use discretion with The crowd gathered in the Legisla- those with whom they dealt. Pre- i ture was for the most part entirely mier Rutherford favored tlie bill on i unprepared for such an event. At- the strength oi petitions received. j torney-General Cross was loudly Mr. Bennett strongly supported the Robber, Jumped From] cheered as he entered the House arid bill saying its object was to prevent Train Into Great Salt Lake (took his seat.- The Premier seemed persons 'defrauding others of what and his face had something was their lawful due. It would xe- of its old-time complacency. I THE PREMIER'S STATEMENT Los Angeles, March tions, the size of Lethbridge, have ifon- Lethbridge is large enough for modern buildings, it is time that muted pull-." citizens -should recognize the value of i There will be a men's meeting at :he Y. M. C. A. in solving o'; our manho-rl. true that tiie Y. 'M, is known tluit several governmeu members are in opposition to tiie wishes of tdieir constituents', so a deadlock or a defeat may happen at any time. The last was 20 lions are made on his action in go-; to' IV in favor of the government but quire that merchants selling their stock in trade provide purchasers As usual just before adjournment with a list of creditors so that an Mr. Bennett asked for an explanation effort might be made to distribute tha of the political situation in respect proceeds of the sale among them. Ben arrived here today [rom Yuma on a j to lhp rcport of the resjgnation Of the nett jibed the Attorney-General for Southern Pacific train minus watches cabinet ininisters. having nothing to say on the question, and other valuables, which are bcliev- stm occupy tbe seat as first The bm was referrci to the commit_ ed'to be at the bottom of Salt Lake. lminisfccc ol thc said the tee of 'the whole, together with thc body of a robber jpremier, "and intend to do j MOVE.FOR COMMISSION who drowned, himself rather than sub-! nit to arrest. .the jail for the arrival of Varlow. It is freely circulated that the shot fired bv Varlow was blank. Many reflec- i the prob-; the .Majestic Theatre on Sunday atjinji i 4.15 p.m. This is in the interests of C. A. will; l-ie Y- M. C. A. campaign, but there back to the stove instead of chas-! O brien aid" not vote.. Colin G-enge, ing the. robbers. for money beyond Rev. W. D. and J. Holangcr who was arrested ear- appears 'gave the Fred Varlow had lier in the day it information that not i-olve -jll the problems of lo-ni and morality in a ordinary collection. but it is safe to say that it will makejKeid and Messrs. -Balantyne. paid ?100 to rim ofl a Otl largest single contribution will give short addresses. the pcopie, to of aiiy organization in existence Mr. H. A. .Maxwell will sing a solo. I_-------------------- to-day. Business who demand On Monday night at 8.30 a men's suits from their investments in such Canine: will be held at the Alexan-j organizations the world over, say at Messrs. A. Y M. C. A. pays from the standpoint General Superintendent of the West-j the high standard of citizenship ern Division of the C. P. R., and .Mr. it fosters. If your boy is helped w- Hunt- ot' Calgary, will speak.} inspired to be a nobler, truer man be-p1''- Hunt is president of thc Calgary j cause of the influences emanating v- M. C. A., and both gentlemen are! from the Y. M. C. A., every dollar you splendid speakers. Mr.- Price and UJfj o (InnA sf l-liinr ni-o linth cMOfOccfiil lincMtacu liClU tt UUVU nf put into it will he well invested. R is true that there are a. great many calls upon one's benevolence in a new growing city like but it Has been the men and women who Mr. Hunt are both successful business i i ii't.K and will have a message worth i I'.ca: ing. Tiie- price of the plates will be j C'.'.ch. and there will be no appeal for! i member for -Macleod, will take his i seat on Tuesday and may vote with me government. The public will with interest the taken by the government on Smith's reso- I at ion which comes up on Tuesday. i Til is calls for tine appointment of j judicial commission to investigate tne Alberta and Urea: Waterways j deal. ana.-IE the government votes against it, suspicion will again be 1 aroused. i No developments are expected be- tore Tuesday. It is reported that HuLlierford will be lieutenant overnor of Alberta before this time next vear. Win. Dertickson, a mining man who surprised the thief he was riflling the clothing of wiu snortiy bc the some time to conic. I have accepted Mr.. Smith, Camrose, gave notice of no resignations and all the portfolios motion that on Tuesday next he of I of the administration are filled, ex- would move for the appointment of cept that of Minister of Public Works a judicial commission to investigate .the Great Waterways agreement, with sleeping passengers, told of the' Mr_ Bcnnctt hocklcd thc Pl-emiel-tn-aU dispatch. draw out some statement hut the A NASTY RUMOR The tnan was subdued" with, the aid .Premier replied that he had a Mr.Stewart, Scdgewick, arose a of the Pullman crew, said Derricksou. 'mcnt and not navc to go lo tnc question of privilege. He said it was While the train was passing over the junior mc.mber for Calgary for advice, regarding'a certain rumor, but was Salton trestle the prisoner smashed ;..Ll a window and leaped into the water. The train stopped and backed to the spot but no trace of the man be found. were willing to sacrifice in order toji'mms. get these institutions established thatj There will be a campaign commit- have made rhe city Y.M.C. A. Rally Last i Night hen- was a .splendid meet ing ot HOURS OEOABOR ARE DEF desirable to Hveju--. Oj titty-live business and profes-'. UK> Y.M.t'.A. workers at the Alex-, isional men, and this number will bei andra Cafe last night when nearly The Y. M. C. A. movement will not added to from day to day. Young forty of the city businessmen gathcr- a..pmpt to establish a work in Leth- men's committees will 'be formed at' u> instructions and discuss the 1 brlilge if the citizens don'c want it. I oi.ee 'to canvass the young men of are to umlcrla'-'e next week "i !iis campaign is a practical method the city. The workers will meet in thc campaign' to provide the city of finding out if the Y. M. C. A. is j for lunch each day at at the, with a Y.M.C.A. building and plant, wruitetl. Some of us know what Ireadqtnrters, 41H Round street. Secretary Thomasson explained how can do if given a mod-j purchase a lot erect -.nd tinish tm' campaign would be conducted, et-n iquipment, but it is for you as :l building that will meet the needs There was some discussion as to one who enjoys the splendid next ten and make the lnf> amount iliat should be set as a perity of this community, to say lfjworj.: self-supporting, will require for tlu- campaign. H was fm- you are willing to lift a little harder, financially, for the next few months to make this thing possible. j tpr jn sjx months, and one-quarter Who Can Join? 'in twelve-months und one-quarter in Mr. Thomasson was asked this; eighteen months, or all of it payable c-iestion yesterday, and in reply he; at an earlier date if convenient. "A years ago, of the SOO! Brandon has a population of only merroers Jn one of our large cities.; they raised in 1'iH-thinl of them were Catholics.: seyen days to pay off the debt nn WOMEN'S BANK FOR WOMEN ONLY Employers Of Labor in Kova Scotia Stores and Are Restricted be better for you if you not permitted by the speaker 'to pro-. i replied Bennett. coed. Mr. Boyle, Sturgeon, also at- j The business cij the House proceed- tempted to speak to the rumor, bu-t could smoothly from the time the was prevented by the speaker. On speaker took charge- "until the Attor- inquiry after, 'it was learned that ney-Oeneral rose to move the second rumor was to the effect that Jas. of the act "respecting towns. secretary o! the Liquor License 'LIGHTNING POLITICS Victuallers Association had jrpne on- Mr. immediately Mr. .Boyle, an. aspirant to moved an amendment that all to Robert after "reserved" be struck oft and and L. Bouclreau, both mem- there be substituted "that this bill be read this day six months hence as this house has no longer confidence in the government." A Unique Banking Institution Will Start-Up In London and of thc Legislature and having. r interests with thc proposition that if they voted to defeat the go- vernment the license laws be A division instantly followed, show- relaxed in the case of their hotels, ing the government sustained by a Jl WiiS to kil! lhc rumor Stewart majority of thrrc. Buchanan and Me- Uoylc attempted to speak in the Kenny switched from the government Mouse. Only a few bills were con- and O'Brien slipped out refusing side-red when Premier Rutherford to vote. Otherwise the vote was the moved the adjournment of the House Halifax, March the same as on the last division on the Tuesday at 3 o'clock, government introduced a bill in the, Wooli amendment. The result seem-. GBNGE IN HAND Legislature in Hnc with the report of ed highly gratifying to both factions It is reported that Colin Gcnge, of thc eight, hour day commission. No and the- House proceeded to business. Macleod will be in the city tonight- regulation is- made regarding the BULK SCALES ACT He has not yet taken his seat Hours of labor 'in factories or mines 1 Mr. Riley moved the second reading through illness. Mis vote is expect- but shops and olliees are legislated of the bill to regulate purchase, sale ed to be added to the insurgents. and electric railways are for- upon bidden under heavy penalties to ask i -p AfpV London. .Mar. departuie in British Banking will be inaugurat- (H.'O. We will ask for subscriptions ally make il fifty thousand ed on Monday next with the opening Qr morc than sj.ay. ho-urs pcr pnvable one-quarter cash, one-quar-'- will, the hope and, expectation of a woman's bank, officiated and con- meal time and the in six ntontlis, and one-quarter, that th, sum would rim a ducted exclusively by women and ca- cjnplo morc that til.- sum enlU-cted would rim a .ducted exclusively by women and ca- thousand over the mark. A ban- terins only ;o women customers. The wili be held on Monday night only man permitted on the premises tlie method of getting the men will be a messenger and one of his was discussed and adopted. duties will be 10 keep other men A goo.-i feeling prevailed and is every expectation that the desired1 Xo man may be fc depositor or trans- their employees oi the cars to work 'more lliari six days of ten hours pec iv. No on-j shall lie employed in shop :e morc including BAD OYSTERS MEKT IX KEG IN A WERE SEIZED men must not than sixty hours per week, including meal time and tiie men must he i.ix ii-.' ;rs rcn- Kates Filed by the Company Retina. March meeting of Western publishers which is of con- oije-thircl not members of any churcli, their Y. M. C. A. building last Xovem- s'.mi will he secured. act business with the institution. and one-third members of evangelical j ber; Calgary in their third campaign; churches. (Continued on page 51 I FOUND A NEEDLE WHAT THE Y.M.C.A. DOES Ono very important difference between tho Young Men's Chris- tian Association and most other organized enterprises for helping to make men better and worth to themselves and 10 you. is this: "J" It's an association tor men and they're all self respecting men, not derelicts; they help themselves: it :sn't a "dead lift." They want the help they get enough to pay vor tt; ii tnoy paid all it costs, we wouldn't need ;o ask you tor a contribution, except to enlarge and increase the usefulness of the work. One other thing is important to keep in mind; there's a moral side to the work which makes its more secular features all the more noi only to the men who get the good directly, but to you who goi it. indirectiy. "r The gymnasium, the educational classes of all kinds for busi- ness and culture: The multitude of thinngs for which this Associa- tion stands, are all strengthened and make more useful to everybody concerned by a strong moral tor.o and from which the whole enterprise springs and upon which if is founded. It's the- sort of creative, work for better men in which every good man ought to share. i Your contribution will bo wanted. IN IILS BRAIN Cause of Strange Actions of a Criminal Found Out Krno, Nov.. March of the most startling events in surgery. FORGERS ARE SENTENCED To Discuss Telegraph One Hundred and Twenty i Five Barrels-at 1 Montreal i Montreal, March campaign employed more than ii... srs against impurc has bcen given tinnonsly without at h-ast one hour is beir.S held thc seizurc herc Qj Qnp for a meal. In case, of stock taking Tlle members of the j hundrcd twenty-five barrels of or other special work not more ihun Astern Associated Press, a news tiu, dtv food inspectors, three hours per day or more than association, are met here oysTors had been kept, since last thirty days in any one year. discuss the new telegraph rates which: The penalty for eausin- assistants' h-ivc tiled by the telegraph to work more than the prescribed: wiUl tho raihva-v commission.; AUTOMOBILE RESTRICTION The rates are liled in response to nn BILL WAS KILLED order from the commission and tlioyt Toronto, March 11. Allen Kay Draws Years and James (1ununing' Less Great Kails, '.March Kay. convicted of forgery by a jury a week or ten days ajio. was sentenced by .ludsf I'CsHf io serve two years in hours in shops or others a sum of SoO, or three months imprisonment and the same penalty is imposed on are to go into effect on April 1st. The [Stocks' bill to put further restriction employees or tramway conductors >s for the purpose oflon automobiles was killed by the mu- motormeii who work" more than six 'discussing these rates and presenting 'nicipal committee oi the Legislature 'the views of the W. A. P. upon rhem. ;this morning aftor a heated discus- The finding of the nieetinjr will bo, either: days per week or ten hours per day. ITOKSES WERE Kii.LKP the sraie penitentiary at Deer Ixxlge IT h.ird I-.ilior. Yesterday morning .Ionics Cummings. his partner in operations. sentenced to eigliteen months in tlio state prison and the coupled with its crlminologica! inter- took place today in this city, at i lie St. George, hospital, when Frank Kvorctt. life termer, brought from tlie state penitentiary at Carson to will be taken there the last receive surgical aid. was found to of week by Sheriff Collins. have ;i noodle in his brain. For nearly liis entire life. Everett from wbnt is termed .lack-' The two convicts came here from where they "bad been bar- tenders. The forgery w is committed on epilepsy, during fits or which; uto.it aT wfcjcb. Ume the Ii- in n strange manner, getting :nipn a ctircnie for drawn cl.unk one day nnd attending a The Groat .National bank, and ions meeting the next. At t'l.-'es he horp Iho niipged signature'of in ordinary f.ishion, nnd was: ,hp Grpa{ FnUs Tailoring Co. A motion for arrest ot judgment By in Ottawa I Dumber Storm Ottawa. March horses he- longing to tiie firms of (vilmour and lluphson were killed by lightning as ;liey stood in their stalls at one of the company's camps, eighty miles nortii of Maniwaken on Sunday nisht according to thc story of a lumber- niooiings commenced this a v -j successful mining man. His strange, conduct culminated j was Tiled in district court short- man who arrived in Hull this morn- ing. Thc animals were all valuable and the loss will he nearly The stables were situated near The presented to tlie hy direct representation or through; 1" a memorial. Tlie delegates who in attendance Tod'iy are: Dafoe and j "T Hacklin. of Winnipeg Free Press: Livesay. manager A. P.. Winni- pf-g: Miller. .Moose Times: Me- -r" i Millm. Moose Jaw News: Georgp H.' Thompson. Saskatoon Capital: Jen- lungs. Kdmonion Journal, also repro- son ting liio Calgary Herald: Mr. Iliyrs. manager Kdmonton Hoiloston. Fort Her- aid. Fori William Tour- "J" I n-'l: Allan, Port Arthur Chronicle, "f" J.inrt Nichols. Winnipeg Telegram. The morning thp dav. AYLESWORTH AND W. R. CLARKE Consult in Chicago on Great Waterways Matters ;mrt continued throughout Tiiey were private. Viuildincs where Uio men were hot.sed four when he. without. .injMy after The men wore found guilty. Wftj. (lcstroyrf] hy firp Nonc of ,MUSO and killed Foreman n. was eliargrd that the mrn wrrfi Thc storm of :iii! Minn shops. tion was faulty. Judge ovor-.was vcry Rcvcrc at thc timc Rain Honry 'nsani'y was his defence at hi-s i ruled the motion yesterday morning. i n torr trial, but St merely served to save; The prisoners were remanded to; RJant. pinfs in tnc forest his neck, nnd he was sentenced for the custody of Sheriff Collins Immeti- kindling wood by 1'te. 'lately aftor sentonco was pussod. BISHOP SPELLMEYER DIED SUDDENLY Atlantic City. March Spellmoyor of St. throughout the was hore Presiding over i the annual Xow Jersey Methodist con- the i dipd suddenly today. Death I was due to heart disease. ToTtiniu. .March tnerstono Aylesworth has .re- turned from Chicago where he was in conference with President W. R. Clarke or the Alborta and Great Waterways railway. Tiie conference can- corned the legal aspect of rno chaotic condition which face? tho railway as a result of re- cent, development in the Al- berta railway. Mr. Ayles- denies unreservedly that the minister of justice, Hon. A. B Aylf-sworth. was in any way connected with conference and doniPvS That he was informed of the nutter. ;