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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge, Alberta, tyitun lay-May Number 111 lESUSCHRIST'S MESSAGE TO PEOPLE Jleged Antographic Letter Found In Vienna May message of Jesus Christ to his peo- ple is said to have been found in Uric a Brae shop here by a respected who picked it up among la lot of old books offered for sale. The manuscript is in Hebrew and .Scholars voiced in ancient tongues are to have declared it genuine. The Alleged manuscript has been photo- frraphcd and will be sent to scholars gthroughouL Europe. The original is fcpn: deposit in a Vienna bank. KEGIXA PKKSKNTS R.KKOLUTIONS To Associated Boards of Tnule at Uie K'ttuidoir Convention ot Trade will present four resolutions at the Convention of the'Associated Boards, of Trade at Brandon.. The first, calls for the establishment of freight rates between the head of the Lakes, and western points, so as to place all points on an equal basis, The second asks for the early filling' of the vacancy on the Railway Com- mission by a Western member. The tnird deals with the establishment of a bureau .to supply the demand for agricultural labor, and the fourth asks for an imiim-y into the Canada Cement Limited, to ascertain whether or not that combination is a reotrictiou of trade existing whereby the "price of cement has been unduly enhanced. GODDARD GIVES STARTLING ATION TO GOVERNMENT SENT CHEQUE TO FIRE BRIGADE of the fire department recei veil a M ounted Po- The chief this mornins: Specification Raised For Legislature-To Be Lowered After Being Adopted- Witness And Wife Followed By Detectives-Letters Burned Edmonton, May how he had burned at least one letter sent to him recently by Dr. A; L. Waddell under instructions from the latter how he, while in the hospital at Winnipeg, arid also his wife, had been dogged by detectives, how the figures of his estimate of.the cost of the construction of i-he A. G. railway had been raised before they were presented to the legislature, how the specifications would go down cheaper again after being adopted by the legislature, how Engineer Uar- thc way "Yes, Mr.. Clarke gave me a hint to, step'asi'de and 1 diu." Waddell Has Quit "Dr. Waddell is no (longer connect- ed with the is he'.'" "1 don't think so. After giving his evi- lice cheque for 525, accompanied by.a ling estimated the cost oi construc- CANADA letter from Supt. Wilson thanking the i men for their prompt service in ex- I tinguishiiiK the fire in the guard 'room on April 7th last and hoping that it would help their re-creation fund. Exercising the Minds of Men in Great of Interests London, .May a meeting of Ithe society for the propagation of the j [Gospel, the secretary stated that thei of Western Canada seemed i fto. grow vaster. Rev. Douglas'Ellison j' was about to proceed to the southern! iparts -of Alberta ant] Saskatchewan o prepare for the advent of the sec- md band of clergy and laymen sent Bunder .the Archbishop's fund. Hut jlthe creation of that fund had virtually Destroyed the 5. P. G., Western Can- ada fund, which still had claims upon flit, especially as regards some cate- KING'S BIRTHDAY WILL BE tion under the specifications adopted how W. R. specification at only a mile, Clarke' had cured '-the conuoversy in one hour after a visit (marked Bennett'. clenec here he left- and went to see. Clarke." "Have you heard from him "J have had some personal letters from "Do they pertain'to-the "Yes." "Where arc they "1 burned them." I "Why? Did he tell you "I believe he did." "Said it in the postscript re- position with the Canada West Con- struction Co. would be unchanged. Judge Harvey 'You arc assist- arcn't you ant chief engineer, "Yes." "To whom "I don't know. I have not learned who will be Mr. EFFORTS TO RAISE SUBMARINE! Divers Found No SijT' i Are Great Calais, May last jught divers, after hours of toil, relocated the submarine, wear early in the day carried, away by 'the 'tre- mendous current of the channel. No signs of life were apparent im-i ail hopes of finding any one aHvo was abandoned. Divers are now at -vork at the difficult task of .trying to cra- dle the submarine in chains by which the submarine may be lifted, a task that will continue without intermis- sion. Waddell's successor." Preparing the Estimates The witness said he had had a part. National Detective Agency at Seattle in the preparation of the reports re- j for a description of G. C. Bell, former- DETECTIVES WANT DESCRIPTION OF BELL The city police oth'ce has received a request from the Burns and Sheridan Schists who were sent tnree vears nso. to Saskatche- jNO APPLICATIONS FOR ENGINEERING BRANCH Naval Service Offers Advantages That to to the parliament.'1' buildings, how Hon. C. W. Cross had met Clarke by appointment., on. the street during the last legislative'session and how Cross j had allowed inferior spruce tics to be sunstituti'd for tamarack, Assist- ant Chief Engineer Goddard of the i Canada West Construction Co. fur- nished some Interesting information to the Royal Commission this after- noon under cross-examination by R. B. Bennett. Witness Surprised "Do you know of an occasion dur- ing the last legislative session when "Clarke telephoned to Mr. Cross from the Alberta Motel to meet him on Seventh street, and Victoria asked the lawyer. "'How did you find answered the witness. One Letter. Left The witness said he had one riot- yet destroyed, assuring him that his Unless Government Issues! Proclamation To the Lontrary Ottawa. May Wilfrid Laur- ier antl Hon. George P. Graham re- turned to Ottawa today from Toronto. Hon. William Pugsley will follow to- ..Ncvcr liyou must .havc morrow.. -Hon. Cbas. ilurphy is dctcctivcs following us. .When I was pected back from Washington on Sun- day. Next week a; series of cabinet meetings be held at which con- lhc hospital and bothered me even be siderable business of importance i was sufficiently recovered to disposed of. Unless an order-in-, spcak- evc-n bothered my wife." is passed declaring that King} ..Yes, I did the work George's birtliday will not be ollicial-j ..j W0uld have done my recognized this year, Friday June'; ;r i o-n boat was about 22 feet VULGAR RACE FOR GAIN. Bat.t.1o- fords, yestcrdfiy waited upon ornmpii{ 10 tiv rl.iims NortSi Biittloford for (be insane as.vhun. The dopntation eluded A. Chnmpasine. M.P.P.. M.I..A., S..S Sinijisnn. L.A.. .1. M.L.A. and Judcc the lie gov- ms of Mc- G. had to run over a stretch of any, ness shall not be. admitted to the or- other load than tlieir own had ro but if they into ihe business in tbo other road's any time after they join the or- and there iiavp been 'cases where aider such action shall automatically named by acclamation Wednesday for of the property will be -v broid U-ain crew !nd to run over three without further enquiry cause ex- i the vacancy in town council faas-iccmem.'walV with 'two houses on each Western Canada DnlTfrin street through the cen- I kindreds Jewish families given 21 hours TO leave H havc ('iaresholm clarwl rvory V half hoNdav. he the objecu town council has dp- dnesday afternoon a x "making an effort to c.qoini of the new C. line fron .Medicine Hat feront lines and consequently learn pulsion of such tnembers. ,iree ditTerom sets of rules. The Grand Lodge declined Joseph the new rules all that is done a way JK. Thompson's proposal to meet in [various provinces alternately. Resolutions of sympathy with ed by the resignation of M. C. of it, and two at the back end. lean. The name of Kenneth Langdon Walks will branch off to each house. was put up but it was found that as Mr. Langoon's name was noi on the assessment roll last year he was not I A smaller deputation hhe town of Kosthorn also waited up-' press tlie claims of that town for thc same inst.irution. White, an. inmate of Fa Icon-j Queen Alexandra and 'the Royal Fam-! eligible. The matter" was referred to insane Asyinm: E. L. is dead ih- on the nealh of King Kdward and j the town solicitor, and he gave that. from injuries inflicted by another of loyalty to King George were, pass-'as his opinion. Mr. pLangdon accord- Tlu- entrance to tlie court will be arched. The houses will all he built in a mission or Old English slyle, and Miatrh oisc an o User The proper- ty is being staked off this afternoon a rul WOT While standing near the railing the steamer Victoria, which was its way to Ottawa Thomas Leduc, agn; 12 years, of Thurso, .toppled ov- erboard into the Ottawa river a short Parental Root of Sins Vitiating Atlantic City. X. J.. May can j nor be a pessimist while God is in his heaven: but I declare to yon that, dis- i i imickrakers and the mock- as will, 'the times" aro Ion; of said the Rev. Dr. James M. Barkley. of Detroit to-day in his sermon opening the general as- Isembly of the Presbyterian church. I "Sin? that threaten the very exist- ence of this Christian nation are the vulgar race for gain and the rotting sin of said the speaker, "'i no former of these inor- dinate .love of the parental and passionate root of sins that have viliaied the whole world, it has giv- en xis the grafter in office and the ;