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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 12, 1912 mil WAiT.T. HERALD S j f ALL styles in 20th Century Brand Fine Tailored Garments for Men have arrived and n vie solicit the critical inspection of good I dressers. IJ The range of models extends from the ultra-modish for smart young dressers to quiet, conservative styles for business men. Nothing hackneyed or humdrum about them model a gem of style and a compliment to the good taste of the wearer. fl. Styled by an artist, tailored by experts and worn by discriminating dressers all over Canada. We are Exclusive Agents. CORNELL TRAVIS Store of Quality Reliable Clothiers Alexandra IJWUCH BUILDING AT WAINWRIGHT Wain wright, Sept. n'w right's flour mill, which is being erected by C. K Bird Co., is expected to be ready for operation in ample time for the needs of the district following tlneshing. The list of other import- buildings now in course of con- in Waimvright includes not 11 ewer than five substantial business EPliouEes in the business district among ijthese being the new building of the Union Bsink on Main street between lust and Second avenues. GEORGE HO WELLS' CASE Calgary, case of Geo. Howella, Trades and Labor Council, charged 'with stealing building and a quantity of lumber, was. concluded yesterday afternoon In the local, police court. Magistrate Sanders' stated that he could not give a', decision off hand, as the evidence required looking into, and promised to give'a Judgment to- day. There are Tioiv only two cases of j typhoid at Moose Jaw. PHONE 471 POST OFFICE SOX 93 Our Signs Are Signs of the Times Lot us figure on a Sign Cor -You. The Revlo Co. Painters and Decorators Avenue South HEALTH OFFICER MAKES REPLY SAYS THE 'TORRENT- FLOWED FROM THE OPPOSITE DIREC- TION OVER 'PHONE The Editor, Lethbrldge Herald: your issue of Monday' last there appeared a letter from a Mrs. Towncs, containing charges against me. SQ unfounded and so vicious, that, perhaps, a word from the other side might not he amiss. word was just as good as EVANGELIST IS BARRED OUT Famous Revivalist Found Guilty of Very Serious Charges Chicago, Sept, was furnished certain officials oC the Frist AlQthodist church of Chicago Sunday, whJcli may result-in the barring of Rev. William R. Newell, an evangel- ist of national reputation, from that edifice. The facts were presented as a con- iequenco of the action of churches in Torontp, Canada, which have been closed to'the preacher. The publication of evidence and findings in a -trial of the minister by Moody church, ba Salle and Chicago avenues, led to the First church's action. The hearing was in 1909, but so carefully was the scandal hushed that although the church following had a fair idea of what bad taken inkling, of'It was permitted to become generally public. Part' of the', facts were not even made known to tlio congregation. The names several women were men- tioned and suppressed. It was the original intention of the Moody church authorities to keep the whole, scandal under''cover. Issues Pamphlet of Protest After the Rev. air. Newell 'was cropped by, the church, however., be issued a pamphlet protesting against the action nf the trial hoard. The charges'on which the evangel- ist was convicted are: Persistent use of narcotic drugs. Improper conduct with women. Unreliability statements. At the time of his conviction the Rev. Mr. Newell was one of the most )0pular preachers ever heard at the "Moody church- J3ven Dr. llobdy him- self, it was declared, was scarcely mure effective as an exhorter. The congregations which gathered to hear the Newell Sunday sermons packed the church. When he quietly depart- ed a part of his congregation went with-him. "It was almost said one of those who had heard Mr. New- ell 'preach, "to sit under Brother N even's, preaching .au.d, believe ..that he .was guilty oC the offences charged igainst Establishes Evangelistic Circuit After he, had 'been separated from the Moody church 'Mr. Newell contin- ued to preach in Chicago and still at- tracted large audiences. He then an circuit. This nclnded Chicago, St. Ixmfs, Dctiolt, and Toronto. The evangelist made this circuit in four days, preaching at each city on successive One of the places he was heard was at the First Methodist church. The charges against Mr. Newell were vouched for 'by the Rev. II. A. To Shippers of Grain Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHN WLLINUK At CO. Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg und Lethbridgt Special attention .given to consignments ami prompt mnde after unloading of cars. Advances on all Hilte of Lading If desired. Market prices by wire or 'phono. Offlco at Messrs. Aaqultlr ft Lindsay's Dominion Lcthbrldge, Alia, i'hono 1714. 1'. 0. Box 278. Local Manager I. SALBEHG pie, hi "hers. She avers that i low her that her only remedy was get another milk- Torrey, former pastor of Moody man." 1 guess I did. What else church; Nornian H. Camp, an ovan- could a poor man do? Seeing thatjgeilst; 0. M. Temple, a pastor at she had left me absolutely, helpless Pardecville, Wis.; and the Rev. by returning the milk there didn't cus A. Scott of Detroit. Their tRSti- seem anything else to suggest, I mony, it was said, was given with The other accusations, viz.; "abuse the greatest reluctance after every and profanity." are entirely personal, and might even ho considered groundR for an action fcr slander. Pardon here a personal note. I have lived In other effort to bring the evangelist to repentance had failed. Mr. Camp ami Dr. Temple testified that at Pardc-oville in 1905 Newell hud this part of Alberta Elnce 188M, and'lu; confessed to them improper conduct Lclhbrldgc since iSfiO. I have become fairly well known, and I do not think I have luiilt, up niiy monumental re- putation for cither profanity or abus- ive language towards the fair WARNER FAIR A SUCCESS On Thursday last, I was called to j I have been Health Officer of Loth the 'phone by a woman; name not, giv- bridge since early In the nineties, nnd en, who said that her 'milkman had. think that that, fact tends to show that morning, -delivered to her a that T have givfln. at least, reasonably good service. That there, "was a tor- must thank Mrs. Townes for that ahusn, is quite true, but the current WHS in the, reverse direction to that indicated in Mrs. Townes' letter. It fairly Inundated me. but I managed to keep my feet. tie of dirty milk. Asked us to what she had done with the milk, she re- plleVl that she had made him lake It back, and {jive her another 'bottle; Now, T wish to digress here for ii moment to explain that the laws of Alberta give :i city Health Officer no whatever outside, the city lim-1 with women, some of whom were members of his Bible classes. j They said he told them the fact that hti had to look into the faces of these while teaching the Uible caused him confusion, Similar con- fessions, Dr. Torrey testified, were made to him. Accused by Woman Missionary Dr. Torrey further said a woman, now a missionary in China, had told him Newell had "tried to break down her assurance of salvation and made un Improper proposal to her." Mr. Newel! was given opportunity to testify in his own behalf. Accord ing to the records ai snalt. .tiecora- .dmitted using nd not break any of the command- Is, hence I, as Health hnva 1 mentfi. until a hunk of mud came over drugs (o excess From io IflOFi. and no'power. so far as the Act goes, over in wlsc: that he continued the practice of lak- the milkmen, as they all reside be- "I undcratnnd why you will do nolli- Ing I hem until April, at which is graft in it.'V j time he acknowledged he was inking When a shock like that is suddenly j "somnos" on an average of four Mines experienced by a man, whose nerves; a wsck. are nlrcariy In a suite of high Tim chief constituent of "somnos" yond the city limits. This obstacle is surmounted by the milkmen agreeini in thei.r applications for license to conduct their business In n manner satisfactory to me, or, failing that, to be liable to cancellation of license. This is tho only hold I have on them. To cancel a license, 1 must have tangible pronf, because, apart alto- gether from the fact that it is only fair to the milkmen to require this proof, they can institute an action for damages if iliey consider themselves unjustly used, and, in that case, 1 am rattier up against it If I cannot pro- duce proof. think anybody of ovdin- nry Intelligence can see that, In ,the case in point, the millc itself is only absolute) proof. Thus, .Mrs. Townes, by reluming tbe milk, hail left, me without, a foothold. All this I endeavored to explain to her, hut in vain; she eith-er could not. or would not, understand, contended time her wcvd should suffice, nnd rufused to ontt'i'iain ilio idea that tlio milkman would siiv'fhiil the milk nieiiii, aiid that, in (JSwncu of tho a result or some minutes' confin- iohling, I submit that there is Is chloral hydrate, a drug akin to morphine. He also admitted using uoiis some excuse for him, if he, even j gulplioncl and trional, but he spoke though he be only a poor, mtoek, I Of these as "sleeping medicines." down-trodden Health Officer, so far j The evangelist admitted making forgets himself as to him- ine statements repeated by Dr. Torrey self, mind you, not to the ami the other witnesses, but he said damn he coiil-d not remember committing Perhaps the sudden realization of improprieties mentioned and he what I have been missing all these I sought, to give the. Impression that years, the aadncsB of the "might have j Whnt Deen snld imd been id so to sneak, overcame me. Any n.3 under the influence of way. that is the extent of my trans- 1 d n. and I any, in all xoWr-il denied making the ad- that I did not have the slightest complained of by the tention to loi lady hear it. -L. (JKO. ORVKIJEU. Health Offii now missionary in China, but con- fessed that he nnd been "severely tempted" and that, his "moral con- science 'was not. Well Attended Consider- ing the Busy Season Warner, Sept. second an- nual exhibition of the Warner Agri- cultural Society which concluded -yes- terday was held under ideal weather conditions. The exhibits .were signi- ficant of the agricultural possibilities of the neighborhood, unu in excel ienee ami yanetj tangible ad yertlsemeuts of the extent: to which farming can be profitably carried on Although, taking the size of the town, they were, naturally, hot on a large scale, yet what was lacking in quan- tity was made up in quality Warner isito be congratulated on its enterprise and the success present fair is encouraging for the prospects of. those to follow. The offic- ials are to -be com p lira en ted, and much credit is due to the hard "'Work- ed secretary-treasurer, One. Con- sidering that the farmers .were busy all around In harvesting operations the attendance could not be complain- ed of. Those who piesent much interested in what'wan-shown, and good amusement was afforded in the shape of running nnd trotting races, ending In a'baseball game be- tween Warner and 3-11. The Hay mend military band met the south- bound train, on arrival and .subse Quentiy enlivened the proceedihijs with music. Horses and Cattle The live stock was. judged by the government judges, W. J. Stark and W. -S. Jacobs, and the former was of the opinion that stal lion oC'T.. W. Ross of Warner, which gained first prize, was worthy of ex- hibit in-faira of much larger .preten- sions than Warner. The cattle were -nice looking lot, with a good sho'w- iug of Polled Durhams. Amongst those who obtained prizes were the Percherons (stallions any T. AV. ROBS; 2, R. A. Warren. Standard roadster L. Stevenson; 2, F. S. Leiflngwell. Heavy draft (not T. F. Bunion, for brood mare with foul. Ill the agricultural class .1. Bltt- orf, first prize for n brood mnre, and F. S. Leiniigwell for mare S. Anderson first for wagon team. -I. 0. Chambers, team of mules obtained first, -that of C. Sheets being second. In the driving outfit the' pHy.e for doubles was won by J. L, Baiiay. and for singles by C: Walker. Saddle horses: A. .Jlisensol. 1: R. A. Warren 2. Saddle ponies by boy under 1st, Emil Gundlock. Short Horns or Polled Durhams: 1 F. S. .Lefflngwell; 2, T. D. Molian. S. .T. Harris won 1st, 2nd and 3rd in the Red Polls. In grade cattle, t. W. Ross 1st and R. Kagleson 2nd. Sts aiso weru taUen by T. W. RUEH for heifers, singly, nnd a herd of thrn-a In dairy crows F. S. took 1st. 2nd and "rd prices, also 1st prize for a herd of three. Registered Swine A good litter of Herkshires With boar ami sow brought 1st. prize to F. Mosednle, Poland China, boar and sow: S. J. Harris. Best pen K. K. GilBon. Poultry Turkeys .T. H. Adams. Young Isaac Luker. Geese: 1, Mrs. M. Caldwell. Ducks: 1, I. Lnker. Ducks I, J. BittoiT. K. C. Lalng took first for a trio of buff Orpingions nnd R. Kuglescn for a irio of white. and There was a good assortment, of wheat oats and harlej, with of llax, timothv and alfalfu Wheat (bushel, 1, R. A. WHT- mau; 1st, J. Bugler; (sheat J. Bugler. Oats J. Bugler, 1; E. Ilhlna. G-. Shapp. Sheaf Swan Anderson, Vegetable! and RooU Some fine'specimens-of .ivhite; pink and purple 'potatoes called for ,-psr ticular attention. The tiibens..were ceitamly of laige and almost rivalled the turnips and swedes which w ei e duel} proportioned Cobs oE green corn looked particularly entic- ing uith of sciuash- es and fine heads of .-jib-'; tafoes, fiist nrk-es %ere gained bv C Ostbj (white) 1 Alangin G Bittoif (purple) S Barrows took 1st prizes in parsnips and squashes Table beets: 1t D.'I. Cue; H Hotze Garden peas and caul' flowers 3, T Dtmlon Other prize niunars weie W Tolander G Bitto-rf F L Shepartl (sweet H. Hulit, (pumpkins.) Hofrnemnde In butter and cheese, first prize" i; Lukei and E C Lamg Biead Mrs W Bittorf Cakes, Mrs O 31. Buttei field. Industrial and Art Work Hei-e ueie exhibited examples of, ;buntt wood arid' leather, Crotchet, Knitting, Needio lace, drawn work. Embroidery, etc; prize ninueis were AIra I Luker Airs D Stevenson, MlbS lean Caldwell, Mrs. -M.' BuruEide, Mrs. S. Lefflngwell, Florence Rogers Mrs. C. TbornesB, Mrs. D. J. Gite, Airs. W. Tolander, Sin: A. Burnaide and Mrs. D. McMIllen. The Races In these there wer-a one or two 'pirited finishes affording some citement Results the first day were as fol- lows Free for all (paw or "W Stevenson: "1. L. Misensol: 3. P. Kole- graft'. Free for alt E. Guild- lock; i. A. S, L. HalmraBt. Second day's results Pony and R. Gundlock, II. T. Bun ton. Ladles' A. F. Gundlock. Farmers' race (pace or A, .Misensol; 2, C. Walker; P.- Kole- graff. "Warner defeated .1-11 -by a score 8 to 0 in bascbitll. TRADES AND LABOft COUNCIL MEETING uelnh. Out., Sejit. tion of the resolution ctitnmittefr re- [port furnished lively topics for de- bate lit the Trades and Labor. Goun- j cil congress this morning. The first resolution covering the grievance-of i litter carriers, waB carried, unani- mously after Celegates Hooper of Winnipeg, and Christian Swartz, of Victoria bad painted n pathetic pict- ure ,of the condition of these civil servants, especially iti the west On the fight'" between the Amal- gamated Carpenters of Montreal and the United, Brotherhood 'of Carpen- ters, the Congress refused to take ac- tion. The secretary treasurer re- ports receipts of and expenses-, of The'city police of Moose Jaw are agitating an eight-hour day. Rev. II. Assiter, rector of St. Angus- tin's Rosthern, Sask., iias re- signed to become rector of St. George's. Saskatoon. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE" HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages. Insurance Policies oi1 other valuables in one of these boxes Rev. A. Kusiacc linyilon, pnaior of' Onn liMnilrwl and four dim ilio Flm Chiiriih r.l Snchalonii Jens linvi- crmtfil nl F'rlnoo IIIIK in I'oronii' snnora! scr.ru-1 bcrl, Siisk.. this -jcnaon lit a lutnl oosl liiry ol' Silal.'itloon V, FOR ISFOKJIATION APPLY TO Lethbrldge Branch C G, K, ;