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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1608 Buy by FIT The mott important part of a Spring Suil or Overcoat is the Fit-Reform trademark.. It is the only thing you need look for when you have found it, it means that everything else lias been looked out for. Buy your new Suits and Overcoat by the Fit-Reform trademark and you are certain to buy satisfaction. Spring Suits and Overcoats up. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. THE CARDSTON BUDGET Ctmlston, May the rainy weather there was a large as- semblage of the friends of the late Sylvester Low. The services began at '2 o'clock p.m. and were held in the L. D. S. 'Assembly Hall with Hi- shop D. E. Harris, sr., in charge. had shared the same exper i iences incident to the primary days 'in both Utah and Alberta. As Jia white haired veteran trembled with emotion and his voice broke into u 'sob he could not suppress, there was scarcely a dry in the.house. Elders Martin Woolf and S. Wil- liams followed briefly. Pres. Edw. J. Wood dwelt upon the willingness There were many floral tributes and suavity of manner evgr inanifest- o. nui c miuiy LIvsi.u> r i cd by the deceased, encouraged his from neighbors, rchiuvcs and-friends J b i family to diligence and spoke of the put upon the casket as it was placed in its position in front of the speak- ers' platform the pall bearers, .Messrs. Thos. Duco, J. Anderson, J. A. Woolf, D. K. Harris, sr.r Edw, J. Wood and S. Williams. family to diligence and spoke last conversation with and the last request of the departed, the-..day be- fore his death, relative to members of his family and his wish concerning them. A large funeral cortege followed the Special music was rendered by the renming lo the on lhc wcst choir and the first hymn deeply mov- dly Qf ihc JIcre a Wc od the hearers through its approp- had aftcrthe riuttness in thought nnd harmony. ..Rcsl> restp. on the hnisidc, The opening prayer was led by El-'rcstf" the choir, with a dedicatory dor Jas. May. The second hymn was prayer by Elder Hugh B. Brown, the also new to the congregation. The large stones forming the covering speakers were all old time friends and were hiid in' cement and the mortal neighbors of the deceased. Patriarch remains were safely, securely laid to .fno. A. Woolf being the first. He 'rest. referred to the early friendship form- ed back in tlw'tjb's when the valleys of Utah were being settled. Other old friends in the persons of. REAL ESTATE The weather has not been favorable for showing lands of late' but a few j buyers about, the Thos. Duce and Wm. Wood discours- :country between -the showers. .Yes- ed upon the faithfulness. Mr. Chris Anderson sold to ness, and affability of lhc deceased Thos. and Edwin Adams of and encouraged his children present Owen Sound, Out., the north portion to follow in the path marked out for of the north east quarter of section them by his worthy life. Elder ,20, township 2, range 24, containing Wood's remarks were especially af- -some seventy acres for something like fccting. Ho was the same age as the This is a very well improved deceased, embraced the same belief in j piece with a largo house, barn, sheds the same good old BrI- Jcornills and. other buildings. In the old days, it, was the stopping I Photos HANDFORD 'place for all incomers over the Mac- leod trail at the St. Mary's River crossing- Since tiie building of bridg cs the travelling has boon diverted to cither side, most of it now going by way of Kimball and the Twin Lakes. PERSONALS The people of the Alberta Stake are pleased to learn of the coming of Apostle Geo. F. Richards and Elder B. H. Roberts to the Quarterly Con ference on the 23rd, and 24th inst. Last Saturday and Sunday thoy wore I at the Taylor Stake Conference held at Ra3-mond. They are expected here by Thurs- day's train and will drive over to the Cochrane ranch and to the tcrton Lakes between the time of their arrival and the beginning of the conference. Mr. Thos. H. Woolf ord, president of the local and vice president of the Provincial Farmers' Association, do-. parted for Rcgina on Saturday lost in answer to a telegram asking him to represent the province In connec- tion with important business to be I transacted there. I Last week, though stormy, did not 1 1 prevent the initial run of the Kim- I ball Cheese Factory. The test was very satisfactory nnd the good work 9 Sis going on steadily. Motto of Progress Brand Clothing: "Climbing the uoivard." ------war f 11 To be well dressed, docs not mean expensively dressed. You can be dressed in Progress Brand Clothing at a saving of from 20% to 30% compared with the cost of clothes of equal quality. This label guarantees it Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE 's Limerick Results THE pri LIMERICK l. North-wost VIOLINCELL1ST Al! proclaim Upton's Tea as the b'-st, And packed only in tin The true (Savor's kept in THE WINNERS FIRST Mason Risch Miniature Grand Piano, listed at Mrs. H. Rowland, Powassan, Ont. "AND WHEN WATERED THE STOCK'S NOT DEPRESSED." SECOND S. Adolph'us Macadam, Selkirk, Lot 42, P. E. I. THIRD Miss Alice 467 Street, Ottawa, Ont, FIVE LADIES' PRIZES Miss M. Bloxham, 32 Grafton Avenue, Toron- to 10.00 Quebec Edith Stuart, 97 Van Home Avenue, Outreinont, Montreal, P. Q Maritime if vs. I. A. Glennies, 77 Kxmouth Street, St. John, N. 15 Manitoba, Alberta, Mrs. W. J. Dobson, 501 Selkirk Avenue, Winnipeg, Man British Mrs. N. Yates, co H. Ma'kin and Co., Vancouver, B. C CONSOLATION WINNERS Miss Nella Allen, Niagara, Out Mrs. Andrew D. Browning, Box 56, Coleman, P. 0., Out. William J. Burt, 198 Dovoeourt Road, Toronto A. M. Bell, 538, Ontario Street, Toronto P. B. Bernard, 28 Sumach Street. Toronto John A. Conway, 59 Peel Street, Toronto Mrs. J. Fred Christie, Amherst, N. S Mrs. Win. A. Campbell. Yellow Grass, Sa.sk J. Clawson, 95 Cobonrg Street, St. John, N. B W. H. Day, Box JG2, Niagara Falls, Ont Mrs. E. Edwards, 31 Montrose Avenue, Toronto Miss Marion Fyle, Brantford, Ont Mrs. J. E. Featherstonhaugh, 23 Grove Ave., Toronto Mrs. C. E. Fisher, 21 Chestnut Street, St. Catherines, Out... Rev. W. Godard-Fenwick, The Rectory, Reserve Mines, Cape Breton W. G. Grieve, 39 Palace Stre.-t, Brantford, Ont Fred Gagen, G'24 Alexander Avenue, Winnipeg, Man R. A. Hanley, Craik, Sask Miss Annie B. Inrig, 10 Linden Street, Toronto Miss Geneva Jackson, Brockville, Ont Miss Barbara M. Lees. Perth, Ont Mrs. (Dr.) Langs, 257 Main Street East, Hamilton, Ont Miss Lily Landrigan, 105 John Street East, Quebec, P. Q. Mrs. Chas. J. Macartliy. 175 Christie Street, Toronto Miss Jennie McCarthy', Box 45, Prescott, Ont E. D. Macfarlane, 10 Concord Avenue, Toronto Walter McLean, 224 Bleecker Street, Toronto John Moran, Lanark, Ont I. G. Murphy, 420 Prince Albert Ave., Wr-stmnunt, Qn Miss Kate Murphy, 43 Tower Road, N. S G. H. Miller, Skagway, Alaska F. Macorquodale, 339 Shaw Street, Toronto Mrs. Archibald MacKinnon, 43 Havelock Street, Am- herst, N. S Mrs. Alex. Morris, c-o Co. Treasurer, P. mbroke, Ont Mrs. Mamie A. Parkinson, 36 12 King Street east, Toronto. Miss E. M. Peplow, 237 Spence Street, Winnipeg, Man Miss Lillian Robinson, Ptattsville, Ont- Mrs. J. E. Rails, Calgary, Alta E. Sheppard, 114 Abbott Ave., Westmount, Montreal W. Simpson. 18 Extra Street, Guelph, Ont !p5.QO A. T. Snow, 283 Besserer Street, Guelph, Ont Mrs. Frank W. Snider, Brantford, Ont M. M. Taylor, 19 Sussex. Ave.. Montreal, P. Q J. Tongue, Binscarth, Man Mrs. Jane M. Turnbull, St. G orge's Rectory, Goderich, Out. Gco. W. Van Sickle, 24 Pine Street, Hamilton, Ont Rev.F.Vernon Venables, St. G orge's Vicaroge, Enderby, B.C. Mrs. George C. Wright, 488 AHr-rt Street, Ottawa, Ont Miss Florence R. Wilson. 151 King Street East, St. John.N.B. 55.00 F. S. Wilkins, The Manse, Trenton, Ont. Miss Ethel M. Allen, Moncton, N.B S. H. Allen, Parkhill, Ont Mrs. E. P. Brownell, 1331 King Street Toronto M. Bertram, Vinemount, Ont J. W. Bosomworth, General De'ivery, Vancouver, B. C Mrs. Lizzie Clement, 259 Toronto Street, Winnipeg James A. Carmichad, 103 Kings Road, Si. John's, Mid.. Win. Sbuart, Bonaventure Freight, G. T. E., Montr. a! Mrs. Marion E. Clarke, 45G Victoria Avenue, Westmount, P.Q. Miss Harriet S. Comben, Winter St. School, St. John, N.B... Miss Helen Coleridge, Ingersoll, Ont. 'J. K. Curran, Box 692, Ori'lia, Ont Miss Elizabeth Duckett. Box 203, New Westminster, B.C.... Miss Christine- K. Davis, 71 Marlboro' Street, Brantford ''.Mrs! W. D. Fraser, 647 Esplande Avenue, "Montreal Miss M.. Dcwan, Collingwood, Ont Mrs. Geo.-E. Falconer, Paisby, Ont E. Lachine, Que Mrs. G. E. Godwin, Aldershot, Ont Miss Catherine I. Gardner, 264 Avenue Toronto Mrs. H. V. Green, 127 Cayuga Street. Brantford, Ont Mrs. R. H. Gordon, New Westminster, B. C Mrs. M. Hodgins, Box 8G, Newmarket Frederick Harmer, Woodrcoffc, Ont F ederic John Humphreys, 140 Catherine Street north, Hamilton, Ont Mrs. Jim Henderson, 192 Picton St. east, Hamilton, Ont. Gerald E. Harries, 9 Grosvcnor Street. Toronto Mrs. E. C, Haviland, 103 Drolet Street, Montreal "Mrs. D. J. Hartle, Minden, Ont A. W. Hutchtnson, 21 Roxborough Street west, Toronto J. Bert Hillis, 71 Veith Halifax, N.S F. B. Jones, 634 Boulevard St. Joseph, Ville St. Louis, Montreal Mrs. Hugh Kelson, Grimsby 00 W. J. Kemish, 248 Brock Avenue. Toronto- Miss M. I. Lowe, 55 Albany Avenue, Toronto Albert T. Large, Box 1071 Bi lleville, Ont W. B.'Longhurst, Granby, P. Q David S. Lowe, Vallcyfield, P. Q Fred, G. Lyton, 30 Beech Avenue. Toronto Mrs. Frank E. Misener. Marshvillc, Ont ?2.00 Helen Macleod, 518 Clarence Street, Ottawa Charles Munro, Room 509, Carlow Bldg., Wellington Struct, west, Toronto Robert H. MacLeod, P. 0. Box 336, Pictou. N. S Miss Isabella Mclntyre, 389 Markham Street Toronto Mrs. P. Massey, 464 Queen Street w, st, Toronto Mrs. H. Munn, 54 Lome Avenue, Ottawa R. W. Metvdilh Box 3oo, Et-trina, iSusk S2.00 John McDonald, P. 0. Box 149, Halifax, N. S -James Morcy, Box 303. Portage la Prairie, Man Mrs. Jas. MacMicking, Dundas. Ont David Murray, Inland Revenue, Quebec George Murray, 11 Brunswick Street, Montreal Mrs. W. 143 Riyo.rd.ile Avenue, Toronto Robert Murray, 197 'Picton Street east, Hamilton J. A. Macfarlanei Levis, Que. R. H. Neeland, Fort William, Ont Mrs. J. W. Nunn, 65 Eighth Ave., west. Vancouver, B. Macey Dyer Niblo, 361 St. Antoine Street, Montreal Frank Potts, Box 53, Lake Megantic Frank E. Purely, 2249 Granvillc Street, Vancouver, B. C Mrs. W. R. Pringle. 1552 King Street west, Toronto Miss Lydia H. Porter. 10 Concord Avenue, Toronto Miss Ida K. Porte, Lucan, Ont M. Peplar, Box 299, Lachino, Que Miss Helen Porker, 43 St. James Ave., Toronto Mrs. Fred N. Rush, 145 Withrow Avenue, Toronto F. A. Rowlin, 11 Melbourne Avenue, Toronto Mrs. Roland Roberts, 157 Stanley Avenue, Hamilton Miss E. T. Reed, St. John. N. B Mrs'. A. C. RorAbcck. North Bay. Ont wip. John Rodger, Box 635 Thorold. Ont David M. Rae, Revelstoke. B. C A.' J. Ratlray, 33 Sussex Avenue. Toronto S. J. Rtmdle, 50 P.everley Street, Toronto 52.00 A. A. Kuttidge, Arlington Hotel, Toronto Miss J. Robins. Box 431 Woodstock. Ont Miss Isabella Ritchie, 152 Bank Street. Ottawi. Ont F. G. Robb. .384 Mountain Street, Montreal Mrs. W. F. Stott, 182 Gladstone Av-nue, Toronto Miss Grace Skeddan, 218 Robinson Street. Hamilton Mrs. M. Snook. 50 Foxley Street. Toronto Mrs. Goo. S. Scott, 1019 Main Street. Winnipeg. S2-00 Thos. Simpson. P. 0. Box 404, St. John. N. I? Mrs. Thomas 302 Adelaide Street. London Ont Mrs. C. T. Sutherland, Bos 70, Meaford, Ont Mrs. A, Shanassy, 104 St. Edward Street, Montreal Mrs. J. C. Spearing, Box 203. Dundas, Ont Miss Isabel J. Smith, c-o S. G. Smith. New Glasgow, V S. ...S2.00 Mrs. E. I. Tilly, cor. Augusta and Oxford Toronto Miss Mary H. Thomas. 103G Broughton Street. Vancouver j} Q Mrs. Roht, Thome. 103 Nassau Street. Toronto Thos. S. Usher, 73 Dufferin Avenue, Brantford, Out Mrs. A. H. Vallanee, S5G Esplanade Av.nue, Montreal (Annvs) Miss Chelta Vair, Box 532, Norwich, Ont Mrs. C. E. Woodland, 256 Besserer Street, Ottawa N. B. Waitt, 351 Prince Arthur Street, Montreal Miss Bertha M. >Vntt, 12 Street. Toronto A. F. White, 155 John Street, Montreal ?2.00 Mrs. Frank Waun. Snble. Ont 82.00 Walter Bennett, 63 Cunard Street, Halifax .12.00 CHEQUES HAVE BEEN MAILED TO WINNERS AS ABOVE. NO liGNlNQ-NO GRINDING Are you interested in a better Razor than you have? I? so, your dealer deliver to you a "CAMBO Razor on thirty days' trial without cblig .tion on your part to purchase. MAGNETIC" Razors don't will! Get ona to day and you'll have SOLD BY C. W. GRAY, Lethbridge Jk-ge MISS EDITH ADAMS by the Presbyterians to prosel- umoiig their own people and' their Catholic faith, assem- j bled for u photograph as members of their Independent (Jreek Church, when 1 I without invitation Seraphim prcsent- Apears in Wesley Church, l ed hinisclf in his "finisenuiLl May 22. A RECENT VISITOR TO THIS CITY I From Central Catholic, Winnipeg.) ed himself in his gaudy "episcopal regalia. They could only allow, him to .sit in the picture but when the group was to be reproduced in the daily newspapers the independent Churchmen calmly pasted a blank pa- pe.r over Seraphim's figure, and thus the photograph appeared, showing a blank space filling the space occupied by the majestic "Archbishop" of the Creek Catholic church in Winnipeg. A Lethbridge correspondent of the The "impression" made by Seraphim Central Catholic sends us a lue newspaper cut as it appeared, which appeared in the Daily Herald of jusl about represents the part he that town, announcing a grand Eas- played in the religious life of Winni- ter Celebration among the local Alter this little incident, Sera- Creek Catholics. The report reads: secmx-d a photograph of the "The Easter celebration among the painted a card, bearing the Creek Catholics of Lethbridge last word "excommunicated" on the Sunday, April was of unusual in- breasts of the young men who had terest because of the presence of the'tended him together with a "bull" j renowned Archbishop Seriifm, the ia Creek was also reproduced by a j Archbishop of all Russian Orthodox local newspaper. Seraphim is un j Metropolitan of America, lie arriv- doubtedly one of the most curious led on Saturday and the faster Mass grotesque characters that the iwas celebrated in the St. Mary's pa- motley throng of newcomers from Irish hall, Stafkirdville, from eleven al1 lands has given to the .Canadian cut GIOSS Our cut glass is famous for its beauty of design, bril- liance aud absolute accur- acy of cutting. It scinti- lates like gems in sunlight. We show immense variety both of designs aud pieces. For wedding gifts, home decoration or personal use, cut glass stands in a by itself. Prices from 50c lo C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St., near City Hall 'o'clock Saturday night until two o jclock Sunday morning. The explo-j Seraphim's coadjutor, one Makar, 01 dynamite bombs at midnight'assisted the "Bishop" in his church formed a part oi the celebration, the ceremonies here and in the intervals greatest explosion having been set- oil' peddled books among the foreign pop- jby the Archbishop." illation, tie was a glum figure, in- To any Winnipeg Catholic: who has variably to be seen with a bag seen the poor half-witted "Archbi- thrown over his shoulder, containing shop" and the idiotic work at his the books and loaves of bread, the hands, the freak the latter of which he would break and dignity of the following reference oat along the highway whenever the made by the Lethbridge paper is piti- appetite seized him. Makar was re fully grotesque. Iputed to be the money-wise man of I "Archbishop Serufin is the head of'the pair and some estimated that-he the Greek Catholic Church in Ameri- had a few thousand dollars stored by. jca, the erection of whose cathedral Since the "Bishop" has flown to Jin Winnipeg a year or so ago caused other has constituted 'so much comment. He was appoint- himself "Patriarch" of the church, cd to take charge of the work in Am- but while matters are dull he has j erica by the .church in Kussia and is settled on a few acres-at Conor, on the real head of the church on this the C.P.R., where he is eking out a continent. He is recognized by the liviihood. Church 01 Kngland .as an Archbishop.' In this humble way terminates the "In explanation cof the allowing of history of Seraphim's "Creek Cath- thc archbishop the use of St. Mary's olic" Church, so far as Winnipeg is hall for his sen ices, Hev. J. S. Chi- concerned. vers, rector of St. Augustin's, saiJ 1 that the Church of England had riy- osniwd the Greek Catholic priests A YELLOW JOURNAL BLACKFEET INDIANS UNIQUE How They Operate Coal Mine "There arc no Indians in the world like the said Rev. Father I.s-vern to a Winnipeg Five Press re- p'trtiT. Father Levern comes from Crossing on the Bow river where tho Roman Catholic church has a mission and school for a number of years. Giving some, account of the'work of the church in the reserve on the Bow, he- stated that ..the Indians there had vfirlly given up the wild life and that they gained their livelihood by work- ing the coal mine, which they owned. The mine was "operated chiefly 'during the winter and the product was largely sold to white people. During the cold weather there, were usually ten or twelve teams a day at the mine.-" The balance of the coal was delivered at neighboring points on the railway and elsewhere and the total ouput was tlius disposed of. In addition to the work Which was done at the mine-, numbers of the Indians were engaged and bishops as limy do the Roman: Catholics and are in turn re-1 An English Daily Will Defy the Libel in agriculture, raising oats and large cognized by them. The church has established missions among the Greek Catholics for the education of their priests, wh in many parts of the east are voiy ig- norant. Recently the Bishop nf Lon- don nuulc a tour of Asia iin-l Palestine and participated in ser- vices of the Greek Catholic drals. "On March IS, of this year, Aivh-i bishop Sernfin excommunicated twcivej priests on the charge of j themselves together m nn arbiVniy nr.d consistory, wkhoutj consulting himself as their head, and] of currying on a propogamlai for tlv: j Presbyterian Church nnd receiving j money from that churrh. This has; reference to the formation of the In- dependent (Jreek Church, which was done with the aid'of the Presbyterian Church of Canada who are. educating several of the priests to work among their countrymen in Western Canada. Among thostj excommunicated is the priest, who established the work here but left some time ago. The church he erected was recently purchased by Wesley Methodist Church for use in North Ward. Tn 190B. nine other priests were excommunicated, two of whom have since returned to the; fold." I It is incomprehensible to the Ca- J tholir mind that, any j (body of Christians would such a character as Seraphim, ns ho :was known in He first; 'otmined notoriety here by building a "catherlrnl" in the In its, h'v useci the parts of- mow ing machines, barbed win', and, jail sorts implements of iron: tbc [structure, not larper than a street (car, was certainly a curiosity. In :its earlier many frivolous per- j sons visited it and for a price the! I I "Bishop" would .-rive them a drink i of churrh wine. Seraphim is a suspended priest of the orthodox Russian .-hnrch. There! Jis an orthodox Russian priest in tho jcity with a small parish. Seraphim! then constituted himself the. "Arrhhisn op" of an independent rhurrh. fie i among thr> Russians ami "Lit- tlo Russians" (C.alirinnsl. a i well known vill deal full the Piegan Indians from the state financial to the south crossed the line and vis- ited the Canadian Indians. The of libel law. I't will pnb'ish comment kirul llPon anv Porson 'MailH- bt'foro tlu' lavv the Blackfeet and the Bloods e same language and are so eourls. on which comment is not al- elo.se.lv related through intermarriage lowed heeau.se they are.' sub judice that they constitute practically one will bi' discussed regardless of the tribf. Father Levern spent seven law. and in a manner 'calculated to years among the Bloods before going the eurls out of counsel's wigs.' to the mission at Blackfoot Crossing Judges will be criticised as freely as whore lie has spent the past year. witnesses. If the lattt-r are regarded With him. as his companion, is Rev. committing perjury they will be Father Lepine, who conducts, the ser- piKoried. Therefore, the conductors vices at many points in the surround- to avoid suppression of the ing territory. There are upwards of a pap-T by printing it in Belgium or thousand Indians on the reserve at France. iiiailHic copies to English sub- Blackfoot Crossing, most of whom England. If the post-office refuses to tac.hed'to the. Catholic church and circulate the paper in wrappers, cop- about an equal number to the Church ;ies will b.- enclosed in envelope.-. "f England. Ids Western Plumbing, linsmithing J Heating Co P.O. Box 41? Phone 266 ;