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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Lcthbridge, Alberta. Saturday, May 17, GENTS Number 133 Vill be one of Most Remark- able Church Gatherings iri Canada's History TORONTO'S TASK Churches Busy Arranging (or Entertainment of the Many Cues Is Tui onto. May Replies h -ra iweiied from 3C03 delegates Presbj U'riao Conference Ihe great ttlsicb U to here on Monday, 3AYS "SUSPENDED SENTENCES' ENCOURAGE THE INSUUT- ING OF LADIES ON STREET V-- June 3. it ;r> Hint 5000 j roplc fTpm outside points will be in; tit en nee. Of these about 1500 will tome from tioinia west of the Great I .akes. Th e ru iH ay a rra ngo men is iiavc been completed and orders for! transportation arc now being sent forward. Delegates from "Western 'Canada uJll the honor of Ing for a i. considerable portion of the Grand n'runU I'acJfle. A largo jiartj hoailed "by llev, GDI don and Rov. Dr. Clm-lair oJ SI. Andrew's church, ciptg, is expected to ibal city un Tuesday, May 27. A spttlal train ivHI bo operated over the lines of the Grand TmnK P.itHic, brtiislng in pass- er-gets from and fiber In tue veil. This train win run tbc new line ot .the Grand Trunk I'nclfic from lo Port lArihur. Tbe steamer "Hartr.ouic" of the Northern Navigation Company, ii'lll be held for tweiuy-four hours to meet' tho wishes ot this Jarpe party. These travellers wUl reach here by-fray of Sarnia, coiulr.s into Toronto on a special Grand Trunk train." It.Is, anticipated that there he1 about 230 ministers and c'ulsrs f Jnjtbls special "Xi i .The billeting coinmUtce, which "lias 4 liadertaken to 'provide for the acconi- med.ulon of the visitors, is busily Alt the I'rCFbyterian churches Iti Toronto have assumed a share tills Several of the l.irgest cfirirches undertaken to provide J for aa maiir visliors as ivonld ccTJSlitiiltt an entfrn nssemWy in ordinary years. Bloor Street Presbyterian church teporled ni the last meeting that It had al- leady arranged for ihe pntcrlalnment or all the delegates who bad been as- EljUied to II. down' ch'jreht-3 St. Jainen Square arc finding greater cliffiMlly owing (o the. altered, conditions which nov or Kditor" of the lUraM I itoiKi in last yzvtt that our wife wns ingulfed on Third Ave on Thursday night, and the mayor is now regretting the raiwciPs atliim in reducing the police force. I might Siij: Ui.it the "mayor's wile" is cat (he only lady vrbo has been grossly it-snUtd oo our streets. x'ot only one 'Several instances xcurreri U'foie the i eduction ol tUt police force. After a number ot coin- tlaints Vvf-re laid, the guilty man was apprehended, before the rnag- sfrate.-----aeil ''allowed to go on sus- icncletl sentence." II strikes me it is.tot the number if policemen counts so nmb as what is dor.e with the guilty, uretch whin he is caught. TbanUng you lor space, I am, "One Interested." P.S the man who insulted Mrs. lardie is caught and identified :e he allov.cd tu 50 on ''suspended sentence In this city. Tbft plan of the. com Is lo iicrfcct all delegates will be aditsed be-j yi home reference to il address of their hosts iron to. No difficulty vclll be en- hcrc except in the case T.IJO arrkp very late A a many of t be vi f" 01 G it at home several THAT LIBERALS IN SENATE WILL HAVE 'AMENDMENT., SIMILAR TO 19 Ottawa, May Zoning Cll iien vraa stated tcdayJn an tatlve that when the Naval Bill reaches tha Senate, the Liberal Jorlly move "the Eftmb ansc-cd me'nt aa was moved by Senator now government leader in the upper House, to'the fjaurier BU in 1311; namely: itiat the hill Ws not btcorae law until submitted to the people for UieJr approval." AN' OLD-TIME STATESMAN N.B., May' Hon. James Slendman, retired county court Judgfi and forraer postmaatcr- general of .Vew Urnnswict, died tbia moruiug, Ho" played a prom- part 'in Confedemilon, from Massey 11 all, ihe !o to meals'dov.'ti-t07.'n. 10 used to tho Iftau.' fa-.-h uaj stores, such as those of th? The luocl] rooms in the depart- ims of money have fcecn 511 b- for enterlalnment purposed delogatcs vilH lie billeted c iflijorlty oE Lhe however, bo received at private hotnPg in (he city. Canaiffiri Inspiration expectation, when the tcrib: and n m ho1 Tho Idea of tbo great conference was first troacb td, 1hat I'rcsbylcr- Jan (padera from all parts of (1m would bo 'Invited to Toronto. r'an was ly 11 'was lelt (hat tbo cbutch of Canada pliould he able to provide for Ms own Ir.Fp'.rallon ftml'Hho proceedings of well day In tlie hands of rain Isters of ihe Cannrtlan clinrcti. The only dlGtlngiihtiod vlslior will iio H Jswctt, mirliler ol Iho Fifth Avo. clmrch In New ft Tlif> to secure the presence of this distinguished minister tran'nni P.nd lio will conduct .ix dovo- FCmVo each day lo Kxaus.'who w Delegates Will Wait on City Council to Secure Civic Co-operation POSSIBLE SITE Barracks Grounds or Armory Lots on Sixth Avenue The Conditions UclcgaUua atter delegation, men j ai.il vuiUed OIL the city sccor.il In lommsiui or Hip Scon 1 n.P three 5 cars dllio.iar.dlicsrdfror.llilmaMrnitUe. ,aU sl of t'-clr travels and [lie tragedx. The I r conltrrcd on Commandot the order of Comuiaudtr of ihe Bath. THE ONIONS-IARE UP LOOKS AS IF SPENCER WOULD BE ELECTED FOUL AS- PERSIONS PROVEN UN- TRUE- Action Is a Protest Against in Reducing the Police Force Policy i WOBBLY SEAT GOES TO DEN1SON- FENDER WHO PROVED x FINE CAMPAIGNER London, .Vay pf Die pollmg-m the hyo-clectlon in Xen- iiarJcet, caused by-the death of Sir C. !J. Hose, was C. Deaison- ider, Unionist, 525J, Xjch- LiberaJ, Unionist major- 851. H at tiiat the result trould be cloae, bill the Unionists grcir confident as the day ndv.iHCcd. has always bcoa a ratlicr nolibly sfat. For ex- ample, in the Unionists scoreil a a of 392 in 1903 Ihe Liberals captured the scat 507, in I90fl the seat again went Libcr.il, Uiis time hy an increased majority vise, ia January, the Unionist Pltclcd with 120 of a majority and in December of the the Unionist flas agaia successful v.ilh a liicc raajotity to that'of (he earlier election ol 1310, And (he Ing December the rr.il elfclrd hy 329 John CuttiVcrt Honison, 1'cnder, the sucfcvjI-J Unionist1 can- didate for the diVislon of Cambiidtjeshitc, was -.horn in lelt liton al the age of seven t lo team, in his fathet's shops, practical work ol cable-laying. He fs a director of the Kaslcin, and ot Ite and South African Telegraph companies. An alf-roiind athlttc, he. Ims fcOOii from days forward in litanchca ol sport, As n .Mr DcniSwMYmlpi inherits irariitioni fron hi.i tallirr, Sir John tht fajnou.s cable rxpcrt, aod and uncle who been contests. For two whole days His Worship llardle lias been carrying round in his poclcet H docket of .1 rather sensational iiature, to wit, tho resignation of Aid. Dr. Lover-Ins. Al last the storm lias broken. Af- ter repeated threats lo place his re- signation la the bands ot the coua- AW. Lovcringr lias at Jut wade good his threat, and his resignation is n a fact. The Mayor received the latter on Friday morning. It iras the Indirect outcome of a series of ratlier stormy etings in which Aid. Levering has figured largely, and the direct result of the IRQ Thursday meeting w IJr. Lovciinf and Aid, Skellh Jfti it up in a uordy the police fiollcy. When, on Thursday morning, Aid., SV.eilh and Levering bad their mem- orable biillo of ivords, following tho carr'yinR of Mr. Sketch's motion to reduce the cost o! a boxing Hceuae from to AW. gave intimation of bis intentions by throwing his pencil on tbc table and pushing back from Ihe council hoard Tilth a! loofc of plain disgust on his faca. He rtirt not however, mase nny mention of resigning at tbe lime, bul stayed with tlio meeting ill! tho end. The Climax Al nigltt tho poKca ques- tion once more set the pot a-bolling Once more Aid. Lovsrlne mixed it up h other members of tbe council, tfayor is Urging the Fighting Alderman to Reconsider His AcUon XeJicine 1UU May flie ic- couul of tl-e ballols polled iu .Medi- cine. Hat provincial election is going1 agaicst Hon. C. R. MilcUeU and there scorns little douht but thf min- istfr uiJl he There was not the slightest inrtiration ol.the bal- lots having been tampered there nut ihe slighter juslirlca- tion lor the cruel aspersions madc.on he Liberal candidate ar.d tlie ,ion officials. -Jn rfaj' Spencer trained one aOtin-" da, and one al Thompson. Mr, Mitch-' eJl cain'rd two al Grayhurn. rcstor' Ing his S majority. When Xewburg poll was icachcd Kpfnccr gained 1. Xt Hosebcrg he gained one and at Winmfrcd each At Seven ALD. LOVER1NG Who has nslgntd as a Protest Ag- reducing the number of police and TV hen Tae saw himself defeated, ho dramatically from MB clialr and quilted tha council cbambbr, Itav ln? llltle doubt of his It was wpll then that he had bis resignation In So snre were of tbe members that it would come lo pass, liial the secretary-traas- iirer looked up the charter to anen er a 'nueslicn as to whether or not an al- derman hud tte right lo resign in such a manner- Tho fiueatlon was ans- wered In the affirmative. Then yesterday morning Mayor Iardic received the doeoment nhlch wlH relicYe Aid, Levering from fur- ther duly on Ilia council, provided of course it 5s acceiiled. Mayor Not Favorable it be accepted? That if iuy question. Mayor Hardio told the Her- ald thi'a morning that, bo would re- fuse to lay the matter before the council unless absolutely forced 10 do EO by Aid. Levering him self. He paid that he believed tliat In most things the Doctor had been right, tie had been Tight in the police matter as the Mayor had found out by exper- ience afterwards." During the day the Mayor and Aid. Lovorfiig had a talk in the former impres upoa the alderman the necessity of remaining where he was. llon'cter, AM. Loveriuj remains firm, and un less ho changes bis mind between EOTT and Ihe regular meeting: Siotnlaj the mayor will be forced to tbe resignation on the table. Shortly after the death of the late Aid McCambly, threat- ened to resign. At that time there a the council between the new and the old guunf, and mo tlon after motion was decided by a caalfng vole. Tl began to get chrotilc and, he never actually his resignation, it was not LtiCa the spirit- did not move biro. Monfoy will tell'lhe Ulu. I 33 Mitchell gaii.ed one. At Wool- thcster Spencer gair.eii one and at 2, poll 56 one, and Iruae one. This placed Spencer five in the lead, mith 19 city boxes to coimt. TakiiiR tte same ratio of gain Spencer should win out hy ten votes unless thrre was some mistake at Mr. Mit- ersons Mr. MUchrll two- At chell's eipeiise, pated. which is not anlici- THE LAND OF CYCLONES Blue Earth, Minn, May storm of cyclonic de- Htroyed several barns, and killed a number of cattle and horses miles southeast of today. A school House Tvaa away. XQ one wag kilted or Injured proude a. public lilirarr for i bridge- Delegation after dclfgatitm hail ibeir psjecu-holcil, and tceti go by nothing ac- tuinpHshed. Bui 'again the agitation lias keen routed and on Monday a lummiUee of cilin-ns "uli wait on ihe cour.cil anil once prevail ihem tu t.iU- the matter up, tiy ilits tune, and In- !ci some uaj to Jidie library Ui operation A lew uce'ftb ago an ir.tonnal enng ol citizens interesicd in the hhraiv inuvcmcut, dcndc'l tlir.t thiLg posilnely had to lie done to ill a long-felt want of the city. In the meeting representatives the professional ir.cn, tie toard ot Uade, educational interests, the prpss and the ministerial association. An- other meeting was held jt-slcrday when it was decided that as inani as possible of iht members of the' committee should on Ihe cil on Monday in connection with lho library matter- This committee is uillmg 1o taVo. Andrew Carnegie's ol foe jt.HIrrafy.jifre, and want the city iiifld annuni. Xo will have to'Le'spi-nt this ycaV- "All tUy want is to everything in readiness so that- tlir. lilirary may be' built next spring. It is a condition that {he city council sanction the grant before Mr Cariicgie signs the cheque. The site question is ore of the im- portant matters tbe committee will bring up on .Monday, They have silcs in view. They want the council to ask the Dominion gomaineiit fot a site on tht Iiarvacks ground facing 4lh Ate., S. Tf tins cannot he sr- cured, the) want thr oH armory on the coiner ol 6th S and Htli St., S. There ate serec lots here, three ul which are hy the Dominion government, zrA lour alongside hy the city. SOME ISSUE THIS London, May lfi.--The cllr of MonU eel will shortly borrow 414 per cent, at par for short term obligation. The London market today is con- siderably overshadowed o> the Im- minence of lifca aiiiitiCAtlons. Two jeais the took a at mtmicipal elections in they slror.gly uited tbft council to provt-Ie a public Ko money was votrd for tl.e purposa al the tiint1, hni tbe special commit- tee now at work brficcc that th? citizens Hould not hesilale a mom- ent to provide nny amount nhfrh neuld be nrccssary to main- ialn and equip the library. Mr. J. D. wjll act as snuliesma'ii for the library committee before tho council. Ke.v. A. 0. C'ataeron, ii chairman of the citizens1 library board. Through, tt.c enfrgy of tlit o'clor'tv. The function will statl ffi SAFEIY Tlie "Safely First" movement was ucccnafiilly launched this morning' in f.eVhbrfdge a. meelfng fn'Train- master Smith's ofTicc. Over men, roprcgenllng all dranches of thu sor- Uct- fircseot and after- Mr. Smith read a p.iper from C. Richards, the fonnJcr of tlie monu- ment, a general took place and idoas on and meani of ad- vancing tbe cauae were exchanged. The local orginixallon promiaca to ho OHO of the strongest (n western Canada, ami although ft means a to the company, they do not count thfit R Jot, ajalnal tho nunv her of lives and limbs that will be All !n attendance at the meet- ing iV.a tnorning In favor of per- feclltiK the organization, a local toimnltUc will be nppolntod to rep- resent this division al the monthly In Calgary, General Committee The general committee consists of MCFEJS. A. Price, general superintend' I'. Alexander, eer, O. inaster mechanic, J. JI. HurleUb >fird J, C. MUlcr, dcapatcher and 3, W. Higgivvell dssistant solicitor. Hudona for Die Jocnl committee and for the chairman and secretary will be made so that emplojee? be nble to i any A Vast Tho moventpjjt if helns laken up on all the branch lines o( tbe entire 0. P. R sviiom. It RAlph C. Hlch- orrfa, after 31 jrxrd of service ft3 claim Uyor Board C. Professional Man Mr. C. F. I'. Conybeate, K.C and It. H- Kllon. (feo. CIrcen ari'l Fritz j'oiut Ju-ine. s-A. B. StaHord, J. W. t and A. Kipley. Kxhibttloti Hoard-Kx- Adams and Alien -Jack K Wo-lcll, T, Qusyle. An American M. Johns- on t who feels behmd the 111 he coidiallv The Citizens Hand 'Aill :n IronV of the hall tjcluecn eight' and ton- AmericaH These addrcssrs vill will be replied to by Mill outline, a tot the (wvel who piogiarn ;