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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MODERN CHURCH MUST WORK THE 7-DAY WEEK Rev. J. E. Hughson Outlines Work for 20th Century Church Plant uREAT VISION OF.TODAY The 20th Century Will be One of Spiritual Greatness That the great r.rcd ol the present day is nit a church or a ten C'btistianity, but a belter adaptation j of the present church to problems ol the present day, was the message delivered to the congregation fiSLIGHT INCREASE IN L; THE 1913 DEFICIT NEARLY HALF AN INCH FELL ON SATURDAY EVENING. BRINGING THE Gt-AO SMILE TO THE FARMERS' FACES- STARTS 1914 GROWTH jcsterday morning Ilcv- Hujhsot, ot liracc, Church. Winnipeg, on the occasion ol the second Sun- ilay's opening services of the new JVfslcy chinch. Kev. Ulr. niaile ciiutch his- tory in Lttbhr'idee yesterday when he stood in Iho pulpit ol the third Wes- ley church of this city. He was the last minister ot the Hist little Wes-; ley church built by the Methodists oi j.cthbridje. He was the first- paslor oi the new Wr-slry built during his. pastorate, yesterday he saw an- other tangible evidence that his "vision" ol the West was being iul- iillcd when he stood in the pulpit oi Ilir grand new plant from which the activities oi the congregation aie now hcing directed, From the little flack iii 37 who turned u'Jl to grcrt- him on visit the Yukon. Mtliv j.ldiuum io what it rcgardhiK iireiict I0d.iv to a fiom iti in .osi- dares that His Itoyal the I'ukn of fonimsht. will hi temU- says til, liki-ly wilt return hnmc il.v I'altcJ states, i t Wilson at Washington and ndliis; a fi-w da> Ilk Itoynl klE? leave of ill Xc-.v York e' CiSan-s'corn 1} or.dtnt iUi the will, en the closp of his' Cauatliat! term ot ollUi-. consiJtr his IcnBtby imblic career er.dcd. to his successor al Cnlauj. this does not :t ot Tcck accc-i.t. F.-cint- thai liu is to tl.i: l.ifu Guards. Auditor's Report Tabled This Morning Shows How ihe Money Was Spent PROFITS FELL OFF A LOT SOLEMN RITE PERFORMED AT MORNING SERVICE AT ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH Tcrre Haute, Ind., March Street cars today were running as us.J lion of his mlnd.iv.-is desperate, thi tial T.-ith two policemen on each car. Chief drew his revolver, enteri-d but very few 'jieisons attempted tc' the dwelling. Hp slated this ir.orn- ride the cars. There were no eviil- icg that'he tuKy expected that nither encc-s o' trouble, and Ihe police de-. himself or he phot, when partmeat was confident of heini? able, the two inet, so.was fully prepared lo to control the eituation. The warnings sent here yesterday u'.eet the worfil. He fo'.iml no slgii of the man on'the first floor, and pro- ceeded lo. the floor. On en- companies of militia would he placed teriug. the bcdroou. be Case liero with little delay should condL. kneeling on tho floor tne hy Governor HalEton that eigbteeu REV. J. E. HUGHSON, B.A. of tho twentieth' two large chucch ytsler- day tions warrant, had a tendency to preserve order. J.ahor union interest centered tho appearance In the. Federal Courr" at Indianapolis today, of Union Q an automatic.iilslol in his hand, and a gun shot wo-ind through his temple.'-The man still alive, anil Chief did ererythvar: in his_pqivcr vo' his life. Calling a doclor, he led Case to Ihe waiting automo WAS St. Cyprian's -Church yci-ieriiay was tlie Oi ore of the most solemn ceremonies oi Ihe Angli-, can Church', when liie lit. Kev. nishon! rinkbani oi IB which diocese is situated, performed the E-olemn-rilo o? confirmation on four- ecu men ami wo- men. The church was crowded, and with a fully choir nuil Fpc-cial suit- able hymiii. tlie service was nios: im- pres'sive. PRESIDENT WILSON ACCEPTS IN-. .CIDENT IS CLOSED cials, wh'o hate becti aetivu in the or EanlMtton of the street railway men's; union, when the matter of any-viola-.: tion of the injunction recently grant- ed tho traction company to prevent the calling of a strike was to be tak- en up. Although effort will fee mado to fix responsibility for the calling (f d from a ol a strike on Saturday night, which resulted in a riot when many cars were wrecked and several rjcrsonsjn- jured. -bile outildc, raid hurried him to the hospital, arriving; there'iii' the short Epaec'of three minutes. All that.the doctors could do proved.of no avail and life departed at S.30.. Troubled Nervoutr.CEs The only thinrj to which Mr. rash act can be ascribed is the fac1 Reduction in Light Rates Was Responsible for Loss in Earnings I Showing a di'ficil n! in current accouir., due in the main tc ;i itrse; railway deficit ot JW31.22 in j th.; .-trout railway department, only boll a', which had been provided for, and lo greatly reduced profits In the i electric Ikht and power department, i ov.'inL- !o thy reduction [r.adc in rates j by the council eavly lift spring, the annual st.itctner.t of the corporation auditors uns tabled at the morning ting of tlie city commissioners The rsporl -.vas di-c-usseJ at length but uas noi adopted. Ko far this ypar the eoninilssioncrs bet-n working on a preliminary estimated slatcmeut of the auditors, which Ehoivd the city's business up to Hit- end of November only. foliomns ?bows the manner in. wliich the monies paid in by rlie citi-, zetis to nay for oTifration cxpcnsc-s for the year, uere expended: RT. REV. Of Calgary v BISHOPr 'PINKHAM and Proiicrly Fire................ Police and Ilelief...... Children's Shelter...... Publicity, markets, etc. Assessment, building in- speclion............. Health............... Finance Orants.............. debenture payments..... I Street railway dc-ficil t3S.371.91 "C.S63.12 Afler the candidates had been cou-' rite of confirmation in St. Cyprian's short referred to the reniarn- able success that hail ntlehdW the ef- forts of the Rev. Canon Mrilillan, as rector of the parish, ili the tour, years which had elapsed .since the estab- lishment of the church, n.nrl how every department- of the 'ifork of the trhuivb., had.'-ivltb the help of loyal worScrf, prospered csccedinply. His I then addressed himicli particularly to the yonns people whom lie had Just confirmed, referring to the fact that and in SL Mary's Anpli' yesterday WAS MISUNDERSTOOD ANOTHER 'QUAKE IN JAPAN Island of Mono Shaken and a Number of People Killed Washington, March Tokio, Japan, Martli earth hassador Pago's explanation- of his miakn shock shook the Island of llpno London speech touching oil. the Mon- last night. Several persons wero kill- roe doclrino and the Panama tolls ed. nervous (rouble -which affected els '0[ had been PRISON COMMISSIONER KNOCKS brain. Ho was troubled with loss oV from lnn vcrv HER DOWN WHEN SHE sleep, and no hoae of recovery was i o( (jhnrch the] USED DOG WHIP ON held out by the doctors. He grew o[ S[ reter and St. John HIM gradually worse until it is thought: jn of Saniaria. as recorded that lie entirely lost his reason. No jn or and also intiuest was held, although Coroner j 0[ s( rau] 2l Enhestw. ile Humphries was called to the hospital. the responsibilities Howard Case was forty-three years newly-conlirmed as i of age. He was a native of ihc Church of Christ, and' THEN COP ARRESTS HER To meet this there follow- ng revenue: Police auJ relief f Finance (less school tax- eat Kleciric 'igbt-and surplus 12.34S.31j March -Jhtne's Devon, prison commissioner for Scot- repeal, is satisfactory to. President Wilson, who regards the incident closed F.O far as the Administration REGISTERED AT CLEVELAND rnan'i. rather than -.vlial he concerried. When a lull-report of turbanco tv tlm Ignatius lay, Indioatcd an enrth- ihinis" ll "-1" at St. church Hut or.e in which the. creed is "arded to the Senate, which asked here ear] merely a means to an en.I.'and not for it by Senator. Chamberlain's re- rtuike of forty minutes d solution. distance of five thousand The ihurcli Ol the 20th century will President Wilson- (old callers. to- Bhocks began at 2.30 a.m. not make the wide distfoclinri set that any agilation over A'mbas- unlil 3.10 a.m. liy cuslorn beiwefn the tfic secular. It- will down false standard lhat lias been set tip bassadc-r eald, and that a. "fujler re- and came to this country Opportmitiy 10ey had in thie over twenty years ajo, settling first. new o( devoting themselves laud, when attacked today by an Irate in Manitoba, where he formed for a i lo juiyancement of that Church, mineral EiLffragette crnied vvi'tli a His Ixirdship's address vas most took the law in his own appropriate, and made a great impres-' li-iocked his assailant sic- on the whole couprc-salion. St Cyprian's Sunday school bad the doi.n with a well aimed pleasure of a visit from Bishop Pink-' The woman, wliosc identity nas not Total Balance, being deficit tor the. year There are many reasons advanced. for the deficit, which is somewhat 'larser than In 1M2, when tdc expendi- ture exceeded the revenue by CiS.i'S. In (lie fiist place, the estimates pro- vided only 515.000 for the street rail- nv.mbe- of years. He-carae to uis- hritljc in the early '90'5, travelling I'eismo- Ihrough Montana. Upon his arrival here he opened a gunsmith's store in way deficit. r With en sacred and.sador Page's reference was caused by _ _._ _._ _._ ti A _.. A lf _._ tlio n misunderstanding of what the Am- In (his It will say that, all port of the speech showed that the- IhinRB necessary in life arc sacred. I Ambassador had correctly stated the, The. merchant's calling will be just as I situation. The- President Is satisfied fiacred as that of the minister. "Keep oat of is the (Continued on page of- RENEWING ATLANTIC POOL Berlin, March all Ihe trans-Atlantic imlpptng com. panics arrived in llerlin today to at- tend a conference tomorrow, for the of arranging a renewal ot the traffic pool. Soparalo prelimin- nry meetings of the BrHUh nnil con- tinenial wore held today. A (general feeling of optimism prevails. MINER WITH SMALLPOX SPENT FOUR HOURS HERE Ibat Mr. Page referred lo. the Pana- ma repeal as "not to please Kngland'' Inatead of "not to please Ens- lond." MARTIN HARVEY LUNCHEON Only a limited number of tickets are being issued for the Hoard of Trade luncheon in honor of Martin Harvey at Wesley Hnll on Wednesday nt 12.20. Those who arc anxious '1 a Tllft nlilHJ n. j, A flso the hufincsH was sold to McTJon- and-lastert alrt S-- Putnam, and Mr. case retirfu. __j With Mr. Withers he went to tho old country In ot health, return- ing last summer. He "was married fix years to Miss Kallicrinc Ha- daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. K. lla- gell. of Ibis city, who is his sole sur- nnd officers. ICS In number, pat for this occasion ill the church. WAS BIG DIAMOND ROBBERY .Mr. Devon, who is an advocate ot forcible feeding and is bitterly posctl to what he considers the farci- cal release of suffragettes because they are fullering Irom. the effects ot ]n the estimates for the year about was allowed for the profll from waterworks and electric, light, whereas only S12.700 profits actually materialized. In 1512, the eleclric; light department earned profit, and tlie waterworks depart ment The lotnl deficit on current account for the cast six years now amounts to which will be raised hy 3 money bylaw if the sanc- tion of the provincial government can, be obtained. TOOK FIGHTING TOGS AWAY clever man. being well posted on pclllion of bankruptcy agadift Kp ,.cr's brother Samuel, a diamond dcal- which would be Ihc beat wny to give areas, a farmers' meeting will bo held In Mossrs. Howo Salmon's hall on March1' li, to decide 'which way they will draft a petitfon to thq minister embodying our needs in this direction. Medicine Hal, Alia, O'Kellh, March miner RESCUED CREW LANDED York, K.Y., March board tho Ocrmair streamer (jrnccea, with fiinsl. Knnc's work, as he he lirvcs that lhe.-c are for all HIP chU'lcn that has er Proclivities of Ex-cop and Foicignet Baffled Local Police for Weeks but P. C. Kane Got Wise and Took Them in Tow-Plead Tomorrow on Mi loi'S. which has coni- (h.- police. He thinks corruption. Court officials requested lliat Governor Halslon fiunisli JJTC- (pcllon for Hio witncsBps and flffictala luring tlie trial, but the covenior re- fused to call out ttic. inllilia for lliU purpose. Kvcry who entereil n court room today WAS scnrctied for fitter I'nc fO'jrt CPU- vened Uio doors were lorkcil. THE REBELS SELECT THEIR BATTLE GROUND they ,irr linblc- lo imprlsontnent trrm rif seven The map W. for five giinny sack. lli Paso, Tex., March There has heen no fighting at Torrcou. A Cbf-' deapmch fioni the As' Press correspontltnt night reported the situa- let except for the order- cmcnt of rebel troops.. 4 tiirertion of Ihe select- i atlle srouml. i rebel talked directcly': neral Villa from Juarn .of newspaper nd Villa, denied thero 4 for a battle .5, ,-f ff fj ff 4 4 ;