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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. 10 PACKS. Leflibridge, Alberta. Saliirrtny, .May :51, FIVE CKNTS A'timber 141 Archbishop Washington o ChurcM St. Mark of First Born IS IN THE CITY Take. Sick, Lame, Halt and Blind to Him His History FARMERS PETITION TO LEASE BLOOD RESERVE VETERAN MEMBER DEAU Sh Matty's L'.'.O Q 6- ARCHBISHOP WASHINGTON High Priest of the Church of St. Marfc of the Flrit Born Customs Show Increase Over BAND IS GROWING AND TRAMPLE DOWN SOUTHERN SASKAT- CHEWAN CROPS lake steps to round them They are so .ulld thit E BHNED UK JF1HE Miners Will Get Their Pay Soon-Old Town Has Been Abandoned Causing the lame to walk, the to the sick to become well, ArcLbtshop Wodiin'toh, liigh o! tie. church ol St. Maik ot the t'ust Burn is in the city ar.d in- tends to make Lethliridje his hcad- uuarlerii for Canadian work. Not many know about this church H ii Incorporated lu.der the laws ol tlie Stale o! Montana and tho head crntro ol the rhurch IE in Huttc. The aichhis'aap is a black as fe in Uutte, I'nils, bporface and other Auiffncnfl cities. His church is a band of wild hoifies amioy- bascd oa the life atitl customs the ranchers and farmers in the Christ. No salaries ate f paid aurf viceroy and Onoiaon dlslrlcts tb'e az.r ffloney leeehcd Is paid out for, Mjccortng tin? poor. Hm.drcus nrd have fihen relief in and now Las decided CJrcat Tails, llutle and especially iu April, Which is Considered A Good Sign Frank, the tonn that bas iLat it Into Spokane, ar.il the papers of tliose cit- ies all paid tribute to the work. The archbishop cairies scores ot letters from husicesg men iu Bulto helped hia relict wort and he hears a- testimonial from Mayor Lease ol Great-Falls, and also a Rote from -.Immigration Inspector Humphries, givingliim rifclit of at tie border.-'' The archbishop 'is-a spiritual child, so to spcaV, pf Dr, Yoafcum, the di- vine .stirred Calgary Roine time 'ago. Everything is run on prayer basis. ,The hard is back ol it says tU arrhbtsliop. don't fight auytMng not even the sa- he told the Herald. pray for them and Ihe Lord softens their hrarts." Since comiag to tLethhridge, tlie meet ings and several have confessed to Iiraling pou cr.' The qrrhbishop laid his hands oil one man's head and that gentleman chw.s lo have received the Holy (ilinst. Die trait body of Hie church is railed a general conference, ftnti so far the church ot Mart of 'the First Horo has about eight clmrchta. Xo'salaries are paid. Any nior.lfy coiacs inrougfi prayer. >LJJocs it come tho archbishop T, as "Yes it the reply. Mr. claim to seen serious c.i-sos, yes, humanly spraying, hopeless cases, lualcd through prayer. Not. through him, though. 'The archbishop is auuous to present "anyone from thinking bo is the licalet. They mustn't look at him- It is .the Lord vim does Hie work. ''Cnn you cure consumption ask- rrt Uio repotIcr. most surely, p.ny disc. The Lord's is rot limited. yray Eor business men, the crops, ev- er) thing that worries and perplexes The Chrff-t is emulated too in Ih5 nuancr o( iiung. Tlie is al- most entirely ami-iig the poor and 11 litre Ihe poor sleep or cat is good enough for the workers in the church ol St. Mnrk ul the First Horn. this church feeds h'Jnclrcrls it ric-esn'l fctrt the won't Men havo got to slitiw that they RTP fltiYious (o [lo nlmt they can r milling to gcL along. In Spokane.i cr fifty thousand ucro fed, nMeli 1 something a record tor charitable firimty In one city. func liccn i.cnlcil ilnrr 1911. In Spo- kane (hero were 50fi healed. "Going start a church V..TS aikcd the nTchbiahop- ''Oli, jpi, but ue go N'o roctl for haste. SVe arc just ferling our Our thurch is universal. We attn-.it nil-n.ifions nnd colors. 3on to come to ('amid.i, when your church has onlj Iicrn incorporated so sfiorl a time of the "I u.mt to come, bat llu l.oul juit simply ralleil nnd called emJ J had lo obry iJic vision." The ol Uutle appar entl) have every mith in the- gemi ifjrnoss of the trofn', for ncarl) nit ol them eontrlbulrd freely of sup plies rtnd ali haic pivrn Ihp arch bishop IclUrs st-iling thai he ha; .done .1 srt-at norjc ninung tl.c poor them. a man cannot get vrithin a quarter o' mllo of them and thoy have trampled down tne crops In a trig area and add any atray mares to their nuiubsir thai they on the range. There TUO fifty-four or'theirt and number is constanc AraongBt the number arc "some sup- posed to been stolen. STILL SHIPPING SOUTH Montreal, May G. Ross, president of the Haruer accompanied by M. P. Fennell, assistant secre-- to Fort Willtam DuluEb. The principal object of their vlFit is lo induce the western grain ,'growers to send still more of their grain through this pert instead of "allowing Jt to be dh cried across the border to U. 9. ports. Showing the eiivlrons, with the and cities which would be materially ait'ectcd-if the Dominion Govern- ment were to accede to the request of the farmers of Southern Allierta.'who are the lease now held by Gordon, ironsides Fares, through McKcown and San, of Winnipeg, he not renewed on its expiry July Ut, but that the land fae thrown open In at from five to eight cents per acre to'the farmers residing closa to Its boundaries. The petition Is the Lethbridge, Maefeod, Magrath Boards of The Blood Reserve IE one ofithe richest parcels of fand In Alberta. Lying between the'Belly and St. Marys rivers, It comprises about which 300.000 is arable. The existence'of the reserve cuts off a great agricultural country, which, if opened, woul'd add territory to Lethbridge and- Magrath, as well as Macleod, from which agricultural products would be drawn. The reserve was set aside in the eighties. The number of Indians residing thereon at the present time is apf- proximaleiy 1200, but so far they have not engaged attentively in agricultural H Some three months ago Crop Eared Wolf, the chief of the tribe died at 'His successor hss not yet been appointed. It Is unrierstood .that one will be elected shortly, and Joe Healy, now Indian sccut with the R, N. W. M. P. at "KJ> division, is said to be in favor.He is now one of the honorary chiefs of the Bloods. inspecled Large Number of Caltlc-Didn't Like Whirr of Rebels Bullets After spending the greater part of tho past fortnight in rebel territory down in Old M. V. Galll- van, veterinary for this district, rot'jrntd. to Sunny Southern Alberta )Cstordaj afternoon, glad to bo bact; to a UncI of pnace ni s. Dr. G.'ilHvan dceB not ffirc to live fn OJd Mexico, jtist at the prca nt tlnio away Dr. (jaUirati some I70S cattle, mostly Sonora cowa. being Imported by Chaa. Kurnian and W. Hill which tliey will place on their rancni1? In this district. The cattle bo sayii a very goad quality and he helieves the> will do well here alter they'become ncclimatlTtd Mr. Fur man ts bringing In some lior- BOB from Old Mexico. J. H. Wallace h furlh'jr south' in Mexico al tne iiresctit imylng a conBlfiiiment ot 8000 Mexican long- Uorns fcr his ranch rit.'if tlie Hills Mexican cattle aro not in cood condition this spring and Mr. Wallace refused Ihe first (oncignment aa they would not stand tho shipping. Got on the Nervca The Mexican revolution Is'not over. Dr. CUllIvan enough of roldkry while ho wap fivay. liclwttn the Id- tenae heat'and the threatening revo- lution, Nogaks. where ho miuk1 hla spot. o JUDGMENT RESERVED The case of H E, McArlhur vfi the ton n of Cardston was ai Ifac assizes toaxy ftnrt Mr. Justice Walsh reserv- ed decision. There no ar-K gument, His having nnothc-f case to finish today.- Ho counsel to sub- mit argument with- in fourteen days. The case was one of the lecgthicsf OP record an! Ilia costs run up well onto J20QO. FINE SAMPLE DRY LAND ALFALFA Mr, .1. W. McXIiol, of the V. C. l.oucs Co has or. exhibition in tlic office window a sample of grown on Mr. Keller's Linn tight j nulfs of l.rihliridge- It inca-1 of mootiily fig- ures for May. There is a falling of{ Iu (luarters from ypar. However, ons aru toiiBidertd generally' on the inc-nj and in- creast-s may Le looked for from now forward. Building Figures In common v.ilh other citiea m the wcat, biiilditir, iierrasis in LelLfaridge for Uie first five months of the lear a considerable falling off. Dur- ing tbe momh tnding toflay the total of building nenniis issued was against for the Eamo last jcar. The tola! for the five months of 1913 tg Uata Is 331, while last year the total fear arc considerably Ion-fir than for last year, but it lylll be niombered ibat on May 1st last ywr the MelnUre lease opened, ,acd dur- ing the month 232 homesteads, 140 pre-einptiotiE, and 2 jiurcbased home- steads catered for. This year only-20'homesteads, S pre-emptions and one parchascil homestead were talien out. Lost month-43 homesteads, 3 j cTOfitlohs and 5 purchased homesteads were takcu out. Customs house figures show an In crease" of over iasi month, tbe figures being: May 1913 April 1P13 May 3W2 Bank Clearings liauf cleariugs a sJlRht de- last ;ear, tho figures be- May 1513. J2.3Dl.Sl7.il, anil for ig3iu. J, O. Jones, acting t of (lie UnUcd Mine Workers of America, vho was in tha citj this morninij en route lo the city ot FaJIo to attend the ot from all tiQiDjj dJstrictE rn America, lutlmated tba-- Frank wti'jld shorily resume its usual tusy appearance. Word has been re- cclvtd by cable from Ikiuidators of the Canadian Coal Co. thai ot.e of tba liquidators will be ]u i-'iaiii: neAL momb. He leaves next week for Canada. Canadian Coal CoQtoll- datctl into liquidation it left or six tveerS1 i-ay onving tho miners. Ho far nor.e of this has tKen paid the men hate a Hen CD the unco v. hkh assures them tiitir iiiy before operations are started Bgaiii. The hare assured the ineu through the executive of- DlEtrict Xo. IS, W. of A., tbat the money ivtll be paid over immed- iately. It is ULiIerstood on gooi autbority that tha mi tie is lo be reorganized. be kiul dators have been w orkln .uriag Ihe Interesting nritlsh. EO tliat when v.ork is rcsuin- capital and new management be beMnJ the mine. la tne meantime Frank has moved. There is -not 'a resident east of the nger, line, although all Jhe old, usct, have beeu left on the A new Frauk has sprung tip ,1n vicinity of the B.-uiff Sanitarium. LERKS WANT WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Petitioning .Retail Merchants for Hall Holiday During 1 -July and..August Charles Kane Experimenting for Home Grown Alfalfa Seed 1 pull oft that crop I'll have money in every i.ocJiel." Ctas. Kane, one o! the solid farm' ers of Ihe dlslrict, In city )rstcraay. "Alfalfa1 Kano Is the cogTionien he Is for. He 1m an experiment In hanil which, if 11 proves successful, nlll justify Ihe nsmc and Ibe money ic his el too. "1 have j'asl finished seeding 100 ncrC3 o! alf.ilta at Iron 'no said. In explanation ol his chnracter- "It Is all in three feet rtpwt and nm 8rowlnK .'l for seed. 1 will gel a cf ytar. XcM >ear 1 let II ripen'and cut It tor seed. The seed is north J1.M a pound "A good crop orico In jcars T.otlld i a person's tank account not too" InvKIng n Is hnlf In jvrfcona and (ConlEnucd on PBZC snres 25 inches nr.d' is a mngnlfictiji specimen. interest eonics from the fact that it is tiry land farming product. The field Ic ready lor cutting. in joocl condition." It I? Mr. Kins'- aim lo M whole, swttcn in alfalfa (or MR. BRBWSTER LEAD D. 0., May H. C. Ilrow3ter .w.is elected Liberal leader for Urillsll Co- lutnlila at an early morning sit- ting of the Liberal convention. OPINION PREVAILS THAT U. S. HASN'T SAID LAST WORD ON ALIEN BILL MONEY SEEMS TO'BE PLENTIFUL London, May Mcdillorh sale; of modern Urlttah art ended at Chrlsllc'a today with-a total the three ilajs of Thrrty-tlirde caavaesta brought or more, lions a long, I'o he Already he l-.as coraroencM to pre- pare tho secoml quarter section which ho seeded neat sear. Mr. Kane inndc an experiment last ye-ar with one acre (n .rows on Ms farra near the clly. It la; mMtf splendid' standing 13 Inches in height while, alfalfa sown broadcast Is only sis or seven Inches Tilgli yet, although tho crop all p1 tho scmlb Is-looking line, ou Page Mf.y nolcfrom tlie J.ipjcciiC geivcrninent dcjJing with the out of the recent California ulicn land owner- ship lejislalion is to be lors-ardeil shortly Washington. ll.e idea that l.'nitcd Siatcs has DO( said final is prevalent anfl il ii said, in authori- tative1 circles .that iio official action is to be iniliaicd yet by Japan. The formation of a Japanese association in the United Slates for the purpose of co-operation' with the Japanese goieromcnt is greatly lavotcd' here and the obiecl of .the members o! this society when It formed be ti resell a permanent solution ol (hi difficulty hy means of'a new treat; or by a change ia laws, ARE IN POSITION TO AD- MINISTER FULL RITES OF THE CHURCH Jlcdlcine Hat, May tion class this >ear is by fur the larg- est tliat has come belorc the Al- berta Conference. Tills evening tbrr- leen young men received into full connection with the ministry of Ihe Methoitist church. Tcie motion (or their recention was moved by Jlev; T. Wilson, o( HtJ Deer, and seconded by llev. J. K. llughaon, A, of clinrcb, Kdmonton, both of whom -delivered escellcnt ad- dresses welcoming the young men (o the irlulBtry ar.il gUice them sound advice The men In turn on account of tVlr religions tiper- cni.c_ anil tall to the ministry. The men were received are: ficorgc Mtsener Henry M. Ilorricfcs, Cjril Joseph Teat, Satnuel Webster, John'O. F. Slacey McCall HA., U.ird, Prall, John M. Fawcctt, 0. Isaac K.1 Macniven, B A. Tho afternoon session was wholly rtcvoted lo missions, addresses Icing given on the home work by Allen M.'A, the secretary; Rev. Jap. Ehdlcott, D.D, of the foreign mission department, and Dr, F. E. Stephcnaon ot the Young Peonle's Forward -Moie. mert. Tho Irdles of tho local church the delegates a bann.iiet this evening "All work and no play Makes Jack a dull -----and Jill a dull girl.- 'July is coining. With it c.orne long, hot days, ar.d a general slacking olt in busmcss. It 13 the season be- tween seasons. H is the time when the are.busy. Likewise it is holiday, time. Tho latter lact has suggested to ths re- tail clert.5 ol the city, the organiza- tion of another eiluit to secure a Wednesday half holiday during July ar.d August. Already feelers have beet} mit out with encouraging re- sults. None ol the merchants have come flat-ioolcd and salrt they would uot consent to the Wednesday lialf-holWay. They all exhibit- iho .spirit. II other business houses in the same line- will closo they will follow suit. Already the example has hcen: set hy the Hudson's Hay Co.' Last yeac' this concern inaugurated the day half holiday. Manager Dodman' has informed his stall that the same practise will be followed this sum- rocr during July- and August. Ine retail clerks behind the move- ment put forlh the argument that Ilia sanie amount ol business ba dor.e in five'and-or.e-half days, the clerfcs uould be able to give ranch better service with tha hal! rest in the'middle of the week, that Saskatoon, Calgary and' other, large prairie cities observe .the Tvee'it- ly lialf holiday. Last, year when the proposal .was roaehc-d the retail merchants demur- red on the grounds" thai the-members ol had nowhere to go to .ncnd the.half-holiday." This year [ho clerlts arc meeting this objection with the ttply that'they have Hen- derson Park with its boating and Other sports, llrsides they have a way ol getting to It. Tho slrfet, cars take care of that. H is understood that B petition- will shortly bo circulated imGng the rcU-.il which tvilbbe forwarded lo the retail merchants association, asking that the Wednesday tuilHioli- day. be declared during July and Au- gust. BETTER TRAIN SERVICE Moose Jaw, Mar 'he KS" train schedule'wMch goes Into effect at midnight Siliirday.'Jlooso Jaw gt-ln a through sleeping car to via Macklin, shortening the root? be-' tnecn the two cflle) many ;