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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dafly Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1909. NO. 138. GALE-HATCH ENDS A SPLENDID YEAR Evangelists' Last Sun- day Here Was Fully Occupied The Gale and Hatch mission is closed. The evangelists put in a very busy day on Sunday and left yesterday morning for the east. The day was most inclement there being a heavy rain all day until after six o'clock. As a consequence the au- diences were small although in the evening Knox Church was filled. After the Sunday School rally there was a mass meeting in Knox Church at which Mr. Gale gave .an address on "Amusements." He devoted his at- tention chiefly to the theatres, danc- ing and card playing. He said that the curse of the church and of the work! is compromise what is needed is the man or woman who will stand true TO' principle either for God or for the Devil. The world de- tests a trimmer, Mr. Gale stated "that he believed the desire for recreation and amusement to be of .God .and thai God gave proper things to en- joy by the hundreds but people want- ed these things that were question- able. In speaking of the amusemets in Question Mr. Gale said that he Lethbridge Second Methodist Church Meets All Financial Obliga- tions The quarterly official board of Leth- bridge Second Methodist Churcl held its final meeting of the year at the parsonage in the North Ward on Saturday afternoon. Representatives from all the appointments were pres- ent. The reports from the various departments at all the appointments showed that both fche progress of the work and the results were very satisfactory. At the beginning of the year the board faced the financial obligations with some but the pastor, Rev. A. A. Lytle goes to district meet- ing next week with a clean sheet showing that the circuit has no ar- rears, in any department. The ap- pointment, at White's school house raised more than the share ailoted to it. The licenses of Messrs. Heighes and Siinm, local preachers, were renewed. Messrs. Tiffin, Carter, Jones, Byrom, Suggitt and Heighes were appointed stewards. J. Byrom was made re- cording steward and ,L. A. Huestis envelope steward for Westminster Church. Geo. Heighes was appointed lay delegate to the district meeting. Court Sat Only Seventeen Mins. In the. District Court this morning a record-.time1 was made this morning before Judire Tavlor of Edmonton who took the .court for Judge Winter, who is taking his work in Edmonton. There-was a case from 'Card si on was'not speaking from hav- j vs. Bennett for the pur- ing been through them himself in the chase price of horse sold. Judgment social world of Boston. He spoke more particularly to the church mem- bers urging them to refrain 'from these amusements as being destruc- tive of, their spiritual life and in- jurious to the morals of others. In the evening a full congregation in Knox Church Mr. Gale preached on the unpardonable sin. This sin said was the continual rejection. he of Christ and the call- of the Holy Spirit. The sin is unpardonable be- cause the time comes-, when the sin- ner loses the desire to repent and without repentance there can be no forgiveness. ThJjs .sin is a pro- cess and many have committed it without knowing they have done so. It is a condition of heart rather, than one definite act. -It shows itself in bitterness- and indifference aiid here 'Mr. Gale spoke strongly of the great indifference to spiritual things man- in Lethbridge. If a person has any desire to be a Christian that is a sure sign that. they have not com- mitted the unpardonable sin. After the regular sermon Mr. Gale gave a to the con- verts and older Christians. He told them to come out fully and whole heartedly for God, to read their Bibles daily, to pray, to confess Christ openly to join a church, to observe the church ordinances, to 1st Jesus "be their guide in the matter of amuse- ments and not to see how near they can live -to the world and still be a given for the plaintiff. C. F. Harris, for plaintiff; W. Laurie, of-Caixlston, for defendant. The City of Leth- bridge versus Dobbin case was called but the city solicitor had not en- tered his notice of appeal. Th? de- fendant5 asked for costs but the matter was' left- over. This prob- ably ends this case. The court was in session only.seventeen.minutes. Christian. In the afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the evangelists conducted a service of the united Sunday Schools of the city, only a small' number being present owing to the.rain. Deep interest was manifested by those present and quite a number made the decision for the Christian life. MINISTER TAKES-H1S LIFE Harriston, May T. J. Ai- tkins, Methodist minister hanged him- self in the woods near his home Sat- urday. He addressed the Victoria Day exercise and appeared in a cheerful frame of He lost his wife some time- ago and has since been much depressed. MINERS ANXIOUS FOR SPEEDy SETTLEMENT Want James i To Appear GRASSY LAKE HAD-A BIG DAY Holiday Royally Cele- brated With Sports and Dance New Supreme Court Clerk to go rain Those who had decided Grassy Lake yesterday, shine, were more than pleased that they took the chance for Old Sol did his best, and although the spirits of the crowd were dampened by a heavy slower of ram Just after starting, yet the sun shone brilliantly by the time Taber was reached. The excursion was the outcome of a challenge from T. A. Underwood, on behalf of the Grassy Lake foot- ball club to the Sons' of England football club of this city, and the people of Grassy Lake set to work to put up a good entertainment for the team and the crowd who accom- panied them, An influential commit-' tee was formed consisting of G-. B. Porter, president Wjn. Salvage, vice- president Roy T. Gold, secretary S. R. Scott and W. McXicol, who left no stone unturned to make this burg's first celebration a huge suc- cess. The special train, with streamers bearing the words "Lethbridge Ex-' ursio.ii to Grassy on the i cars, pulled out at 8.15, with 89 j passengers, each wearing a badge with the words: "S.O.E.F.C. We're rom the .Metropolis of Southern berta on a trip to Grassy Lake." Fifteen members of .the Citizens' Band accompanied the excursion and enlivened the trip'with numerous se- eetioas. Forty-nine, including the. baseball club, boarded the. train at Taber, and the remainder at the smaller stations en route, making a total. of 152 on the train. On arrival at the "Lake" the bal- ance.-Of ..the morning was spent in C. V. Bennett, clerk of the Supreme Court some time ago resigned his po- sition. He has been informed that his resignation lias .been accepted. R. Wallace, barrister, of Taber, has been appointed to the vacant tion and will asunie office on June 1. Mr. Bennett- will leave for Van- couver in the course of a few days and expects to practise law in Prince Rupert. THE WEED COLE STAKE Epsom, Eng., May Weed Cole stake of sovereigns for two year.olds, a distance of six was run here today Hind wo.n by Var- co C. Troublea Waters was second and Demosthenes third. Eight horses HON. WM. CHISHOLM DEAD Halifax, N. S., May Chisholm, member of the Legislative Council and one of the wealthiest lumbermen in day, aged 77. the province died to- TO PIPEIGAS INTO ISLAND Citizens Making An Effort In That Direction MEN NOT No Decision Has Been Reached Yet Winnipeg, May morning the- Crown served an Qi-ler on. Lewi? James's attorney -demanding his (James') presence in .court- May-27th. to tell all he knows about the murder of his wife on Dominion St. April' 22nd. It is though .his examination will throw important light on the tragedy and result in the arrest of- the guilty party, Will Likely 1 Lose His Life Frank, May Steeves, nephew of the late Reuben Steeves, of the Imperial Hotel, while boarding a freight train going west, lost his hold and fell under the cars. He. had one leg crushed and the other foot cut off. He was conveyed to the Frank Hospital where he is in an unconscious state. Doctor Douning of Bellevue and- Dr. Snyder, of Lille.. are in attendance, Dr. G. H'. Malcol- playing against son being away on a trip to Fernie. It is expected that the shock may cause death. Mike Ecssa of Blnirmore, lost his six year old girl yesterday, she hav- ing died from appendicitis. This morning -there 'was a report seeing: the sights of the town, while jthat the miners had been ordered back to work on the old agreement, pending a continuance of the inves- tigation. To get an authoritative statement of the matter the Herald called up Colin Macleud at Mac- leod, one of the Conciliation Board, i He said that such was not the case the band played a delightful' pro- grain from" the balcony of the hotel. Jiost Underwood handled his first bier crowd in his usual first class manner, ites. In the well known to Lethbridge- Basebai! afternoon. Taber played Grassy Lake at baseball, and while putting up a good team for so snaa-11 a place, had to acknowledge defeat to the Taber nine by Races The wet weather oi the previous day was responsible for the post- ponement oi several of the horse race events, but the following were pulled and gave the following statement of the position of The board made a recommendation that upon the consideration of the miners cutting out a closed shop and the operators cutting out, a discrim- ination clause that there be a re- sumption of operations and that the board would in the meantime; compile a new agreement from the agree- Bow Island, Aha., May Board 'of called a public meet- ing on Thursday this week to take steps to have the gas piped into town from the "Old Glory" gas well. There was a large turn-out of the townspeo- ple, and'the matter was gone into ful- ly and a report given by Mr. Ludtke. president of the Board, and Mr. Wad- dell the secretary also reported on, the matter as fully as possible.- A resolu- tion was passed unanimously instruct ing the executive take immediate steps to have the matter placed before the officials of the R. through Mr. W. R. Martin, the gas from Medicine Hat. The petition has been very largely signed and will be lost in order that all piping and other work will be finished, in time for the people to have-full usei of the gas early this fall. Messrs. Howard Spencer of Bow Island havu just received their new plowing outfit. It is a J. I. Case 32 horse engine and'will oper- ate plows... These gentlemen are well in 'the steam plowing business and have secured the greatest contract- fbr steam plow- ing, ever secured in Western Canada They have entered into a contract with the Southern Alberta Land Cpm- pa'ny to plow three hundred and eigh- ty, thousand acres on the ranch north of town. This .'-will take them ten years to complete. In ad- dition to this large contract they have secured contracts on six other sec- t-ions- land- the-farmers ad- joining town. In addition to the out- fit they have just received they have orders for three other machines-. of a similar size with the same firm. The fall wheat around Bow Island is looking well and gives every pro- mise of being one. of the best- crops j raised in these parts. The; farmers are highly pleased with the fall, of rain that took place here last Sun- day and Monday followed- with fine warm weather as it has started all the spring grain, both wheat and oats MUST KEEP HOTEL Attorney General Cross with a License Holder in the North Edmonton, Wednesday, May 19, tho liquor license held by j Frank Thill, for the Royal Hotel, j Stoney Plain, was cancelled. The j Royal Hotel was the scene of a num- j ber of fights on April 3rd as a result j of which Edward Inglis was killed j and Gus Zucht is uow serving a ten-.1 year term at the Alberta penitentiary] for manslaughter. The liquor license department of the Attorney General, cancelled this license owing to the unsatisfactory manner in which business of the Royal Hotel was ducted, as shown in the evidence given at the- trial of Gus Zucht re- cently. This action means that ho- tel proprietors must- conduct their COUNCIL SAYS INTEREST IS Bank's Offer Of a Line Of Credit Not Ac- cepted The City Council held a brief, ses- business- in a proper manner as the sion on Saturday evening with all Attorney General 'will on strict compliance with the law. jthe memoers piesent except .-.ju. Hatch, and Oliver. The nuance committee had held a MR. 5ORDEN TO TOUR THE WEST meeting during the week and report- Ottawa. May. Opposition I d to> couacU that they.had ex- Mr. E. L. intends to j they, all the accounts. submitted tour the Canadian West next pajment and had found them in tembsr on his return from his sum- Qrder mer holiday trip to Europe. Mr. Bor- to win the western the prices charged" fair. The committee recommended that in den is anxious ___ ____ __ _ _ _ voter and will address a number of -eiecti0n expenses be paid and that elections hereafter only the actual political .meetings and confer with i be no fee fo'r saiaried officials Grand Lodge the Conservative organizations in'theifor con-ducting them, I The report conunented on the ex- l.cessive expenditure on the market in comparison with the small revenue 'derived and advised, that .the works and property committee -have tool ijtSUftS i OIHOFFOW for-the workmen and that no 'new tools be issued till the old ones are returned. The last clause of the report stat- ed that the committee had been offer- ed a line of credit of at 6 The executive council of the Grand j Lodge of Alberta A. F. A. M. in session here today preparatory to the meeting of the Grand Lodge tumor- row. Those atteading are: per cent by the Bank of Montreal. The. report stated that in view of was -excessive and the large trust account on the bank, Uev. G. H. Hogoin, J. T. aid, Dr. Geo. Macdonald, nofc rccommend tne acceptaace of the Judge Taylor, Dr. p. A. Braithwaue, J. J. Dunlop, Edmonton; H. S. Mac- Qf Calgary; R. Pateison. A. Dewar. -Ft. Saskatchewan'; O.W. Keally, Medicine Hat; H. Scott, Leth- bridge. Among other'Masons who have ar- rived to attend the Grand Lodge meeting are: H. Darling, T. M. Turn- bull, Edmonton; H. J. Robie, Calgary; and G. Ldwery, Leduc. discussion by re- ferring each of the clauses to the committee concerned. The tenders for cement were open- ed and the Western Canada Agency was given .the .contract' for. a thous- and barrels at a barrel. G.T.P. Will Let Contracts showing well abo've the ground, rainfall measured six indies. of The prs- meats existing prior to-the first ETalf mile dash E. innn_ 41_ Vanville V. Kilgrow. Half-mite'.. E. Parker; 2nd. C. F. Fraser. 100 yd. E. Meacham 2nd, E. M. Sickles." J. Wade.', Appleby. S. 0. E. Beat Grassy Lake The football match WAS prob'al ly most exciting event Ui-3 day. President Sherman Is Still Very 111 and Must Have a Rest Fernie, B. C., May A special tq the Ledger from Macleod says President Sherman has been trying to regain a portion of his lost health, but those who have seen him at Mac- leod admit that he is far from a strong and that a prolonged and com- plete rest from the strenuous life he has been leading is absolutely ne- cessary for a complete recovery. The action "of the miners in taking the initiative towards the arbitration 'course has aroused much favorable comment from all sides as it was everywhere conceded that they were masters of the situation, inasmuch. as the supply oi coal on hand is now reduced to the lowest possible point without actual shutdown or famine, and this is conceded to be the step to victory. The miners of the Pass are anxious to see an honorable settlement speedily effected. Favorite Won King's Plate Toronto, May Silver Ju- bilee of the historic King's Plate was run today under ideal condi- tions. The Governor General and Lady Grey drove in state, a troop of the Governor General's body guard Old Lady To Become Citizen Grassy Lake ihas a apod eleven, and more 'will be heard them this season..The S. O. lAwent down with five of their short, jut made an excellent showing. The line-up: Bosworth, goal; Far- ris and Firth, backs Bass, Rennard. and Stephenson, half backs Smith, Westley, Faunch, Tucker and Meach- am, forwards. The match, was a was fought hard till the last minute, j 226 Third avenue. Spokane, has the Lethbridge put in three goals within j distinction of being the oldest wo- a very short time of kick-off, and i man who ever made application in things looked easy, but the the L7nited States district court here of April, 1909; that the Board would in- vestigate the local demand and that the agreement as compiled by the Board with such modifications as they determine after investigating the caT demands shall be the fox a term of two or three 'years as the Board may determine from the first of April, 1909. This committee is still in session and will report to theMJoard at o'clock tomorrow. 10 Spokane, Wash., May good one and j Knosbery, 82 years of age, living at cipitation. Once more today we are having more "rain, and no wind. The Pioneer Lumber Company of Lethbridge have opened up a new yard here with Mr. Dalmage of Gran- brook, B. C., as local manager, and we are pleased to say he is getting a good share oi the local business that is being done in this particular line. This mates three large lumber yards here and they are all required to sup- ply the demand made by the farmers for- building material. Mr. E. C. Ludtke of the firm of Ludtke Waddell the townsite men, is building a new store on. the corner of Main Street, feet by sixty feet, and when completed will be stocked with -a full line of furni- ture and house furnishings. Beattie Bratton. have purchased the livery bam from Mr. F. Reams, who is going to take up his residence on his homestead south of town. The new firm are DOW in shape to earn- on an up-to-date livery, feed and sale stable. Ludike Waddell have sold a large block of townsite land to several Lethbridee mea during this week, and livened up and'from a scrimmage in j for citizenship papers. She desires have received enquiries from parties "in Winnipeg and it is understood that another larse tract will be sold within front or goal managed to get one in. Score The second half, found the wind blowing hard in the S.O-E. faces, causing them to play much on the defensive. The "Lake" were given a to take up with her son, homestead., and as she is a sub- ject of the king of Norway, she must declare her intention citizen of the United she is allowed to file. to become a' States before i She left Nor- It has been decided by a number of penalty against Bosworth for carry- j way, her native country, February ing, and Kaisback found the net Laborer's on the parliament buildings at Regina arc on strike and cannot reach an agreement with the contractors forming an escort. The plate was j with a, stinger. Nothing further re- won in the easiest fashion in years, suited and the game Jjnished in by the favorite, The fine her a four made tiendrie's "Shim- performance had to five favorite. The horses got away to a good Langetl assembly hall was start, Dog of War breaking in front. with Shimonese away back. Passing the stand Fort Garry. Dyinent colt, 21, 1SS6, and has lived in the north- west since she came to the United States. -Although, palsied she de- favor of the S.O.E. Concert and Dance In the evening the new I clares that she i and her hair is is in good health, brown, with not a Perry- sprinkling of gray. In her applica- thrown j "on for citizenship Mrs; Knnsbcrg Manitoba grain men to erect an up- to-date flour mill here this summer nnr! stops will bo taken to procure j cjflc railway, i Winnipeg, .May J. Cham- berlain, general manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific .Railway stated yester- is now pre- the I EDITOR GETS 15 DAYS j-r Quebec, Que., May Court, Judge Chauveau sentenced Oliver Asselin, former editor of the 'Nationalist- to fifteen jail, I without option of fine for a recent i assault on Hon. Mr. Taschereau, l Minister of Public Works.''The in- jcident occurred in the- "Legislature last week., Taschereau ;ia a speech in the Legislature defended the Gov- ernment's course, in: a.' land trans- day that the company paring to let .contracts for all: the j action, and. is. alleged to have insult- branch lines in Western Canada in j ed Asselin. order that some of' them will be completed this fall. Build New Ovens At Fernie, C .Fernie, May Manager J. D. TEturd, of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., left yesterday after- noon by the Great Northern, bound for St. Paul in connection with the building of the nsw coke ovens. The ground for new ovens bas been laid out and construction work will commenced as soon- as the details can be completed. The engineering department is now busy with the' de- tails of the new slack bins which are to be built in place of the old ones destroyed last August. The new bins are to be large enough to hold tons of slack, and will require FIVE PERSONS DEAD J Oklahoma City, OMa., May' [Five persons are dead., and at least ten seriously several thou- i sand acres of .crops inundated and every stream ;Norfchem part of Oklahoma -is raging as a result of' i heavy rains during the last 24 hours. IA number." of houses were away. .A small tornado struck Morris demolishing. the Methodist. Church several residences, including that of Ernest Scott. He and his wife, were also seriously injured. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Norman L. Lusher, a widely known steamship agent is dead "Wm. Chandler won the Marathon at Vancouver. The ice blockade has again closed the port of. St. John, N'fTd. The strike of cotton workers at feet of lumber in their con- j Magog, Quebec, has been struction. Patrick Ryan, St. Catharines, Ont., a widow, 'is dead as a result of. injuries received by an explosion of a lamp in her home. Joe Bain, aged 23, of Waterloo, had a leg cut off and his head badly crushed.in attempting to board-, a. moving train. Walter McLaughlin, a machinist of Wash., May Norwood, Ont., was killed at Parry nouncement. is made by contractors j Sound, Out. While leaning out of a Lot Of Money To Improve Land in Spokane tluit improvements on j locomotive window his head struck a the main line of the Northern Pa- j box car. i involving the j Eddie Cotter, of the West End Y. them a suitable site adjoining the i ture of from to C. A., won the 24-niile ilarathon railroad track. They will also put in j during the next two at Hamilton. Time, 2.51.33. The an elevator mill. in connection with the Mr. D. Ncedham of Lothbritlge has been in town this week overseeing the projects is a w; buildin.tr of hi? new hotel. The crm- j Mandan, N. D., have been decided upon in reducing I win entitles him to -a trip to the grades and building feeders in North Greek Marathon at Athens next Dakota and Montana. One of the water grade line from to Glendive, Mont., year. The Hood situation, around Hull and Chaudiorc is little changed to- open, and it must be admitted they have Lethbridge skinned for an as- semblv hall. While not large it is j describes herself as weighing 115 tracts are ail lot and the contractor? i five feet three inches in i will begin the building at onco. Tt was in.front, with Toliendale second, j one of the most convenient halls be found in Southern Alberta, and reflects great credit upon the cr.ier- prise of the proprietors. The con- cert, opened up with the chairman's In the back stretch Fort Garry and Toliendale had a. furlong lead and were racing like mad. Out of the back stretch, however, Jockey Gil- bert let the favorite go and she went by the leaders as if they were stand- still.'. In the stretch Shiinonose went away as she pleased and won galloping in the record time of 2.10 1-5. Tollendalo was 10 lengths ahead of the tiring Fort Garry, and the rest of the field xvas strung oat to the furlong pole. The win was a popular one with the crowd, which almost scared Shiraoncse over fence with thoir screeching. height. Her homestead is 160 acres of land in eastern Washington, taken up under the stone and timber act. DERBY FAVORITES London. Mav Martin, the Minouri, thn favorite for "hich be the Derby both ar- address, and G. P. Porter toW how American and King Edward's they appreciated the visit from the j different towns, and promising some- j Ihing better' next year. Addresses i at EPsoin thls morning, tt is were given bv F. G: Forster and J. I apparent that both have been trained McXcely (Medicine R. Niro- mons (Lcthsridge) and J. R. Shear- or, interspersed with songs by Miss for the- historic contest. The American crack is regarded by the best judges at Newmareket whore Bock, Miss Primrose and Dick Evans, j both horses liavf been trained, as the Dancing was then the only thing un- to the KinS's entrv" til the Vain pulled out at 2.30 a.m. I the betting' Lethbridge being reached about 4.30. shortened slightly. aSainst Mnoun will bo a thrco-stqrey buildinfr fitted throughout in the most modern stylo and will cost the owner nearly Mr. Needam has great faith in Bow Island and so have all of us. are iimv sevon business firms in town ami arc all kept busy. 207 miles, following tho course of day. Mills are still closed and the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers. probably remain so for seme weeks, This means that the present line oi an unfortunate' condition for 2 per cent. will be abandoned, feeder line, from Mandan south and westward, K50 miles, is now under The employees. There, was an explosion from an unknown cause in the laboratory of way. Contracts for the new main line have also been awarded and work will begin as soon as the men Toronto city hall this morning as a result of which Dr. Fleming, city aa- alyist, was badly burned about Tho of dismantling the gas jjimj material can be assembled. Rail- j head and face, his left'hand being wel hits uettiti machinery being loaded on cars to shipping further north whore we understand Mr. Martin will begin boring another well for the C. P. R. Company. During the past three weeks twelve cars of settlers effects have arrived and their owners arc .busy moving their stock and effects to -their home- steads near town. road men in Spokane see in these projects a well defined plan by the Plill interests to meet E. H. Harri- man more than half way the de- velopment of the Pacific Northwest, besides a determination to equal the fast train service between Chicago and the coast, by the Chi- cago, Milwaukee and Pugct Sound Railway' company. seriously injured, Happyland, the Winnipeg park, has offered a purse of for a between Fred Appleby, Alfred Shrobb and Paul Acoose, the Indian who de- feated Appleby so handily Mov- will fifteen has also decided to offer a purse of for Mar- athon race to be heldvin July. day. The distance miles. Happyland ;