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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12. THE LETHBKIBGE DAILY HERALD m Served with our delicious pastry WTJ H lilt Beside Bentley's Store LUNATIC WITH FIVE CENTS IS Escaped From Asylum and Made New For- tune-Is identi- fied STORY FROM FAR NORTH OF SACRIFICES NOT IN VAIN Alaska Letter Vividly Pictures Old and New Conditions of Missionary Work OY'innipeg Free Press) A striking exemplification of "By j their works Te shall. kno-.v them" is af- forded in a letter from the far north which has just come to hand and is addressed by Archdeacon Stuck, of j Fort Yukon, to the Venerable Archdea- j con McDonald, now of "Winnipeg. Arch- g x New York, May by his mother and his brothers and sister to have'died after he had escaped from "The Dr. Sanitarium at to yufe (e he was commuted six years aso.; i j i place JlldttOl was first stationed. of Archdeacon McDonald formerly min- istered. The place from which the Ralph A. Clarke came into i pan oi cbe supreme court where Archdeacon That "But it is especially when I conteni your wonderful work in tl translating of the God and tie book of common, prayer into the native tongue that my admiration and gratitude are excited. I have learned to read your translations though 1 have not learned to the cular, and I never use them in church or at a bedside, or a small com party of India-ns in wilderness, but ,t lilt my heart in thanktuL'aess to Gcd ;md to o'nr Lord Jesus Christ. that the '.visdosa and the patience and the per- 'S were givem you to -accom- was then so little knovrn that plish. so a task. ;n Brooklvs this ftrt (popularly sa2d. to be about -400 and the aossessor of a for-; u from the entrance tune in adoition to the one naar juadu, l though m reahtv it was been turned over 10 a commission) miles -distant from the nearest 3j when he was adjudgt-d insane. International Cafe And Ice Cream Parlor Round Street Try Our Delicious Ice Cream The best in this town Wholesale andRetai We Also Cany All Kinds of Fruits and Candies Phone 1078 Give us a trial and ifycu.'RKe It tell your friends and if you don't like it: tell us Clarke, who under tae name of Ben- 011 the Pacific Coast. ton has become a prominent factor in! The inferences -in th? letter to the commercial and social life of Rich- j Places that had, been covered by rcond, Vs.. was accompanied by McDonald, are aard J. York former'chief commie-j territory- oi Alaska. In the sloaer. who as his counsel and Iof Canada, Archdeacon McDonald's made application tbat his physician be; territory was of about the discharged, property .turned back extending-from 135 to, 141 ..vest1. him and that he be adjudged sane, and the upper Yukon I'roro About had been given over boundary line to aboui 200 and many ,an Indian I have m read ,imd does read his j treasured. Bible. aKhtugh knows, no woni or English; IK my and many a si3ia.ll community who still raising voices in words of you taught them to t'lionnetliries strangely the FrankJin Trust Company. All three motions were granted wiLh out a moment's hesitation by Judge Blaclanar as soon as Cla'rke had estab- lished his identity. farther up. He visited tho the Porcupine river, chick ran pjirtly through United States; ami partly through Canadian ''territory. (which was included in the (Jioc'js.s "of Only two weeks ago Clarke and hisjMcKeilzie river. Bishop the mother, Emily A. Clarke, who is now American now over IS years old. and'liwd. at Brpwnville, Jefferson plication He is a vas dig melodies; modified and corrupted, yet still they learned from you. Still Pray for ftimen "And I bid you Itnow that your -name is still -bonored and lovingly remember- ed aniong Agaiia and again, in response to my enquiry, taught you comes your name irpon their lips, and always; with a that speaks their and tone tJieir devotion. I have had trauble, more than once, in u native leaders iXnd to onjii; t'ae prayers for "Our sovcs-eign lady, Queen Victoria." MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 84f. TO-NIGHT The Great German Comedian Late of Koib and Dill, and company of forty- presenting A LONESOME TOWN Prices: Gallery 50c Matinee-Adults 00, Children 50c. W. B. SHERMAN. Manager.' PHONE 645.' coun.T, New Ycrk. made ap-j educated in Toronto because they did not Tike to depart in to ihe' supreme I there, went .to tie JJnited j any- partiralar from form of words court and petitioned that she be grant-j and was the first prMch juu iJusir mouths. ed a small income from her .son's of tate, as she was in straitened circuiu-j Fort Yukon from which the letter of stances and her other children were j Archdeacon Stuck was written is sit- uaable to provide for'her. In the affi-i iiatecl one mile south of the "Artie davit accompanying her petition she! circle. The letter is dated'Feb.-7; it set forth that she had not heard from i was received by Archdeacon 'McDonald her son Ralph since he had escaped j-March 7, and was sent on by mm to 3. from the RJverdale asylum and that'friend in England, from whom'.it was she -believed he was dead. back here yesterday. :.ifter a period of neglect and the retrogression in fait.b and morals whfch accompanies B.OJfleet, I glad to be to report to you that tfcei i Fort Yukon Is encourajr- We have built a new cb.urc.ti. house there, and we have1 on her application was reserved and SHORTEN THE pRAYER BOOK, imast rof links that bind us jto these ancient Churches." had not been rendered up to the time) Clarke -came into court this afternoon.! j Brother Committed Him Clarke told Justice Blackmar. who 'read the affidavit with deep (that in 1903 he was s. member of theii; club, the leading social yut0n" "Fort Yukon, Alaska. "7th February.. 1911., "To the Venerable Archdeacon Mc- Donald, at Winnipeg, in Canada: a ..medical missionary and his wife, both, go oily parsons, in charge. I my headquarter; there, ,suid am in.' residence in spring aad autumn when travelling- is not native deacor.. the Rev. Wm. boola, who signs hmself in the ac- "My Dear wr.-i have companying TOUT son in permit -me jo intrride upon Sugaestion at Congress of Protestant i Revision of. the Book of Common! Episcopal Church at Washington j Prayer was.ursed by various speakers. !he bad a ciouimg suue. a._ r--usiijyour anfficieatly One reason given MQ _ declared book revision to meet present-day con-; _oui j ooDose would take away anything from the book is -stationary and aristocratic, while the present trend of things is Fur- de- mand for brevity in -everything. minent in bowling circles. i "Ever since I entered upon my worlj His mind began' to give way and and inr-thc June ti, 1906, his 'brother, .Sidney A, Clarke, went 'before Jusuce Dickey in the supreme court and .had. him ad- Cyrus Townsend Brady, ofpudSed insane.. Clarke was thereupon committed to the King's Park insane) -he ''Let us havp rlne courage." he said, j "to restore our prayer book version of j the Ten Coniciartdments to what scho- j lars arc protfy generally agreed was j the sr.J sborter foi'm." 1 He said Ui.-.z '-rfth prayer book revi-j ancient truth or beAUty of the prayer SHOT THROUGH THE LUNG Xeison, May -6. While out gopher skm in imc the movement for j a number of companions Church r.nir-'. iLie Roman, Greek and I DanielllcGinnis was accidentally shot Chijiviics ultimately must be to together in public wor- throughr.the lung at Reveistoke and his cpnditiGii- in the hospital at that ship. "Iii te "we place is considered very serious. three years that I have made, nay head- quarters at Fort YuJzon. the-1 sense of the greatness of the .work tbat yau did in. this country long "'ago" has1 help in the work when he is kept up to the mar'k. wisi; we had a like him. "One fight we t.ave continually is fight against liquor. Under the j ajiminis'trauan of Axnerioaij. law' difficult to exclude the demoralizing and degrading thing. But fight is kept up, and the E our success seems to in- MAY 10, 11, 12, and 13 SATURDAY MATINEE The Beautiful Operatic Spectacle ueee Zephra" THE QUEEN OF ALL OPERAS Bances, Sparkling- Music, Gorgeous Oistiunes, Beautifml Scenery, Dazzling Ligpat A .GrARAJfTEEB ATTRACTION .'.jSeats Sale Monday, May 8th, Prices: Boxes 25c, Adults 75c Curtain Sharp. asylum and from there was transfer- red to the "Knolls." In September, 1906, he escaped with five cents and. a silver watch in his j grown upon me. As I have travelled up and down the Porcupine and the Chandalar rivers as I have gone froa. point to point on tile Yukon, "I have come continually into contact with the pocket. He panned his watch for Of your teaching and went to, Baltimore. The story of nis rise to new riches follows in his own words: Worked as Laborer crease. "If ii; shall please you to send a ew wordie of exhortation to be read! the more intimately I grow -to know the Indians the more I yalne the. flueuce you exerted. "I have visited and again, the r 1 JJ-tvt O.-3-a.iJJ. CUU.U CLfwCLli-i LU.C "Arnvmg at Baltimore, I got a job T ,1. scenes ot your I Lave travelled. r w six winters' travel; but, save vent a final meeting, .Mrs.--Emily I imtm P 'A iPTlirl I UIj iCM. O C C _ J. E. McCORvMICK, Manager 8SULDER SPRINGS, MONTANA. Warner GUBS, of Ardmore, has filed j suit- for divorce at Sellins Grove, P. A., i against the Rev, Howard- L.Guss: They I were married lest June. Robiey Warner, brother of Mrs. Guss said today tbat'the-minister, was un- reasonably jealous of all" his wife's rel- atives. Mr. Guss courted his present wife when he attended Princeton. After entering the ministry, he married an- other woman. She died several years ago. Some time later, .the preacher accidentally metJMiss.Warner and the courtship of .fifteen years ago was Although a stream of letters and tel- egrams were sent to "Mrs." Guss by members of her family of her father's recovery was abandoned. jit was not until the day following his j death, she alleges.that- she learned of (them. ''white man's grub" and even.of white man's delicacies; while you subsisted on dried fish. I have made as much as ten thousand miles in the last three summers on the Yukon and tribu- taries; but I have travelled in a. com- fortable cabned gasoline launch, while >ou paddle j'oyr birch-bark canoe; or poled laboriously against the; stream. are moat remote from oce -another; brethren, in God's ministry who are and the opening up of the whole, coun-i permitted to water where yon planted try by steamboat j and have learned to know you only even steamboats on the Gharidalar j by .your the making of trails by the government, renders travel incompar- atively easier than in your, day, Ten Thousand Miles With Dogs "I have made upward of ten thou- sand miles w-th the dog-sled in ray "I beg to subscribe myseii', reverend and dear sir, with great respect, faith- fully and obediently, your servant in the Lord, "HUDSON. STUCK, "Archdeacon of the Yukon." SAYSHE HELPED MAKEMILUONS FOR J.R. BOOTH TO GET A YEAR iionireaL May call of St. Paul's Presbyterian church to Rev. R. Bruce Taylor, M.A., of St. Johns Woods Presbyterian church, was cor- dially approved by the Montreal Pres- "b.ytery last evening. The induction Will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 19, v. Professor Fraser, the moderator, Utilising the waste and hot gases from one pan to precipitate brine in others, an Euglisd invention Is said to refine five to six times as much saH in a given time as existing proces- ses. TAROLEMA P S O R i A S I S BARBER'S IK M ITCHING PILFS And skin Hiso. FOR SALE KEDCKOSSBOOK cal legislature on a Socialist'ticket O'Brien has here- under the auspices of the-local'social- ists and is conducting a campaign .Last night he -addressed' an open air insetiag at the corner of JMrKenzie avenue and Rideau street; -tomght he will speak at another meetihg at the ;Same place and tomorro'w afternooa evening foe -will sjmak on social- -r cand temple block will he erected as {soon as plans are completed. ,o men luuiiiww. eiectea da.ys ago. One hundred and the Alberta legislature on a Socialist nrtv ticket. Mr. O'Brien has a, romantic story. For he worked as a lum- ber jack for, J- Rr Booth up on the Mad- awaska river for a month. At an early age'he went west and was en- gaged Jn tlhe building of the railroad fifty revolutionists Canton from Saigon.' arrived at SEES THE WEST- FIRST Port Arthur, May R. Pousette arrived, here today to over 'he Crow's Nest Pass, later a tour .of Western Canada worked in raining camps where the! to familiarize himself'with local con- socialistic principles were Tboronshlyjditions beforp going to the Argentine instiled into him. Last ejection liejHeptiblic as Trade Commissioner for ran -for and obtained a seal in the lo- Canada. ;