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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Monday, March 11, Number 78. Y. M. C. A.--It Is Cheaper To Build Character f Banquet To-Nignt--Sermons and Addresses In City Churches and Majestic Theatre Yesterday an COLLAPSE OF WINNIPEG DEPOT eiorm JURY COULD NOT AGREE Revelstoke, MSflffi coroner's Jury in''the Rogers Pass disaster dismissed this morning, the. members being evenly divided as to the result of tije evidence. Three members 3 find un- 'The men's banquet the Alexandra tonight at S.30 will complete the preliminary plans lor the Y.. M. C. A.. campaign which begins to- morrow morning. 'The purpose of the 'campaign is to secure 'in sub- payable (inside of -eighteen months, and erect and a neither making much of a dent upon! He dosed with a strong masterful persons in a net work of wires and Georce Kintr. fireman, had both legs broken. In the fire Saturday night or the Gcokey Shoe M'f'g. Co.; the.Guar The reply, he" received is understood" to have been couched in terms which-- allayed his anger. He was told that; the government could not be responsi- ble for the individual utterances of private and that so far as the Dominion was concerned it had on-- ly the most friendly 'feeling towards-, the great Republic of .Sou-tU. America., with which .consideration of "our most sincere friendship" he wag., bound to be content. But whether Magrath will apologize- is atsother matter as to -whica the gOV-; ernment has nothing to do and as which Mr. Mayer may have something; to say. Lord's Day Act to some extent. There was no resignation at all. though there was a wierd rumor this 'morning that the attorney-general had broken out again. When run to Vart'h the rumor was found to be resting on any tiling but the truth. RAILROAD STRIKE HARBOR CLEAR IN CRITICAL STAGE! AT FORT WILLIAM the other, therr is compromise. The more talk of a onlv man vcrv Twenty Five Thousand Men Demand Arbi- tration Earliest Opening In History Of the Great Lakes Navigation time with some large amounts. There! length, explaining the purpose and i is not much satisfaction in erecting j'he work of a Y. M. C. A. This insti-i monuments to the dead. 'Why was the central meeting point! erect a Y.'M. C. A. building that will j of all the churches on a common -serve thousands of the living? Watch j ground. It .a place that claimed! your money work while you are alive j young men with a healthful Christian i and can enjoy it. atmosphere. The young men of this j need the following siibscrip-j country had to be considered when it! Uons: 2 at e.ich 2 at each Id at ...................51000 each THREE CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH much in sight is Chief .Justice Sifton and he is not very visible either. There is little doubt but that both parties would unite and agree unan- imously upon him. The question is would he come? LOOK INO TOWARD BULYEA In this time of turmoil some peo- ple from out the gloom east, eyes on 'ject the glittering uniform of the Lieuten- V2. at 500 ench 4 at 250 each at 200 each 50 at.................... 100 each 200 at 50 each 200 at 25 each G. F. Stephens president of the Win- nipeg Y. M. C. A., will also giw a Minncdosa, Man., Match was seen that tiie responsible posi-i Frederick Wills, an English farmer ant-Governor and wonder if it is pos- f.ions in the country were held by (ami his wife, living ten miles south sible that he would possess the magic them .i.s well as the jails filled with of from home ye.s- waml tha1 disolve all the riif- L i lerdav the house caught lire and A i. C. A. building m was best industry that the lhriT Irom could have. It was a character fac- three months to ihnx- years were lory that produced results not to be; burned lo death. valued in money. Fifty thousand Jol- appeal for the lile that God and spiritual things, that takes into account the obligations to oiu fellow men knows the value of n soul and its keeping in God's hands. In the evening .Mr. Reid spoke fo; a short time at St. Andrew's chnrdi in stage todav when W S ne powaer nousc in w-nicn The fOOCl Was COndUfi'O tO food -that sfrongili was was the real'n ;I between to; wen- working were blown to atoms. and the White Horse I-ass i over1 the mountains. This service Uod s word, attendance at chii-rh or -MI MAGISTRATE Pvlt ln "JXTat'.on in .he AOOAIII numerous snow slides. week. ioiiK points. General Manager Bury's special i train is now in the mountains but this afternoon it entirely cut off triins ire now being sort over was presented to the people of of enihusinsm and there crow's N'est brnncli line. bridge from the various pulpits of'mon behinrl the movement would j official report Thursday is one ccn- the churchos and appeals bring It 5o a successful tinnons story of slides at var- aid dn the coming campaign. niinatlon. At The Majestic At St. Augustin's The big meeting at the Majestic The of St. Augnstin's. Rev. tiieatre in the afternoon was a most -I- H. MtirroIIAV.right. spoke ni Uio inspiring encouraging start. evening service on Y. M. C. A. work.: by slides. wis almost completely filled iteods iiere tiie need of tlie: At the scene of the Roger's Pass with men the singing of hymns! community for such an institution.' disaster work of recovering the bod- at its opening led by Mr. Harry Bai- lie showed how the young men of the victims is being pressed, lantyne of the Calgary Y. 'M. C. A.T the West, were placed surround-i and 44 have now been 'recovered, was an earnest of the en- ings that tended to destroy them.! Among those taken out today was thnsiasm that. t.he men of the city; evils tha-i claimed thorn on every side. I ont Japanese in whoso hands was a feel for t.he new Y. M. C. A. An Institmioii like thc Y. M. C. A.lphig of tobacco and o showing pi'.res of worship and A question now. Something is RO- Christian could not live in a iti i to happen before the end of the atmosphere. He should seek 0.11 thos (Continued on Page 5) No person seems to know Then> is a general jtfea that the government will not take anv chances on sonic of the amendments which will be sprung during 1he week vrhe government will probably swal- low the big ones for lear thai some of its following will bolt. Colin member for Macleod, who has been watching battle, from his retreat in the I.ethbridge .hospital win he on hand this week. iHoth parties claim him. Thc T.P.R. will lay 85lb standard rails on the Crow line this year in E. M. Thomasson, the special sec-S was n counteracting influence on Jhesei 'he suddenness with which the anticination of tho hcavv through retary in charge of the campaign here (Continued on Page 5) _ lanche came on the party. j.traffic.. WHEAT GROWING AT STIRLING FINED FOR ASSAULT; t March H. Daw-jj, ?on, justice of the poaee and man of the village council, "cvas eharg- i a. ect before Justices of the Peace Greg-j j. ory and Henry with having commirtod a common assault upon C. S. mrr. a member of the staff of Hie Star. He was fined Stirling. March tho weather that has provailc d the fall wheat has started :o grow and on some farms i: has reached a height of four to six inches. :md lias rooted down just as far as thf- frost will permit. Tho. farmers aro all optimistic, in regard to tho winter wheat. NO LICENSE FOR BARONS ri. Last Commissioners Met at Macleod Week I The license oomrmssioners of tho province mo; at 'M.acleod to considet' tho application for a hotel license at Barons, a village about r.ino miles from Carmangay. The .1, .z. .2.1 Ijconse was not granted. NATURAL GAS AT STIRLING Stirling. 'March small Mow of gas has been discov- near Stirling on the farm of H. Sp.ackman. While boring for a well at_ a of 250 feet, the gas was and when ignited blazed up several feet. The flame was smothered to en- able the men to continue bor- ing, and rhe Row of gas seems to increase perceptibly ns the well is sunk deeper. ;