Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
2 Sep 1909

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2 Sep 1909

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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Brandon, Manitoba In. To co Ltd 8t North of Koa for. A Mooc Wirrion rate. $3.00 a year $1.00 a the Sun Telephone. Mee and editorial a a a a a a a a a 1 54 m 1 thursday sept. 2, 1 British merchant Shim Ano others a. Hot Only in ships of War but in merchant vessels steam and sailing gtd at Britain still holds a big. Lead among the nations having More than oat third of the Craft and not very Uci % one half of the tonnage of work. A Ding to the latest edition of la fits Register there Are now i existence 30,540 steamers and sailing ships 11,545 of which Are credited to Britain. The tonnage of All nations a a a Legates 41,449,767 tons Britain s do tire being 18,826,442 tons or Over 36 per cent. This is four and one half times As much tonnage As is o Nhul by Germany and three and Osh half times As much As sails under the stars and stripes the ton of the United states including on the lakes being 4,953,812 Norway comes next to Germany in cafe Eity of her merchant Fleet but her total is but slightly More than one tenth that of great Britain. It once is fifth with scarcely More than one tenth of Britain s tonnage by sixth Japan seventh and rus the Netherlands Sweden Austria Hungary Denmark and Spain fc4�wtain that order. Till More marked is great Brit s superiority As a common car Rier owing to the very High pro portion of steam tonnage to the total. Her total steam tonnage amounts to 17,702,000 tons As compared with 3,800,000 tons for Germany and 3,661,332 tons for the United states. 4n analysis of the figures furnished by Lloyds gives an idea of the increase in the number of High Speed vessels. There Are now in existence 101 steamers capable of exceeding Twenty knots an hour or 43 More than in 1901 and 93 More than in �?�1#1. Thirty four of the 101 steamed me propelled by Parsons tur one by the Curtis tur hour a Tea number at it must have no Urne limit to its Aerial endurance. It must Sot waft for Pio Asafat weather or Light winds hat Mast go flying All abroad on the wings of the mightiest winds. Travellers cannot wait for pleasant Days nor freight for Light winds the Are plane Mast sail every Day on schedule time or As near it As possible before men can be said to have conquered the air. X and yet the aeroplane i its incipient stages compares More than favor ably with Watts steam engine and the original locomotive and steam boat. It has made steady Progress since its first ascent and there is no doubt now that it has come to stay. It would be rash to affirm in this a a of overcoming seeming impossibilities that Aerial transportation will not become As fixed a fact As land transportation and that the Airship will not be As Safe and comfortable As the Railroad train the Ocean liner or the automobile possibly safer than the hitter. Great the White Man s nerve. A Uno or Iti tags i showing that the development �,0 Speed has been directly influenced by Tbs Pew system of propulsion no than 61 of Hie 20-Koottere Are both bowed As compared with 32 in 1981 and 8 in 1891, the Only forego nation showing any considerable addition to the number of fast a a being the United states. Of steamers of Between 19 and 20 knots there were 17 in 1891, double that number in 1901, while since the lat Eer year Only 8 vessels have been and making the total at present 42, Berlin owns 27. There axe 85 vessels making Between 13 19 knots As compared with 47 and of these 59 Are British of vessels making or exceeding. _ knots in Speed total 353, Britain s share being 206. Figures As to the number of vese Al of great size Are also interesting there Are now 133 ships each exceeding 19,000 Gross tons 72 of Winch ire owned by British companies. Germany is second with 33, and the United states third with 9. There Are v Only two ships of Over 30,000 tons in song and Story much has been heard about the a a White Many a Burden a but now and then something happens that reveals the magnificent Cheek of the White Man in dealing with men. Black Brown and yellow in the add Corners of the Earth. A despatch to an English paper taunts in Bechuanaland gives the latest instance or rather the latent majority who Are startled d by be frightful accidents each passing Day. A vehicle capable of giving Adi pleasure and enjoy Bave fit m in Tbs shh Stock in ment to its users becomes a positive i a traction against bad practices of my Mem to Tbs to feta of those whom ice run a we pets that contribute to Ixo a a a a a a a the Highway unless amp i handled with Prosperity if it is to be widely in care. Considering the mileage a of oyed. Requires foresight and prepare a Rod and the number of machines ini0, not Only on the part of Produe-1a. It Tya ref is and carriers but on the part of use the 144 deaths of the season sol Lanks and middlemen. Gradual Dom far May not be relatively a Large mor-1 Vercial expansion is healthy for All Talvity list. It is the feeling that the i legitimate interests while mushroom larger part of the deaths might have j growth begets reckless speculation Iver capitalization of future profits. Been avoided that is disturbing. British inter in Canada. London advertiser in his capacity of British Trai overconfidence in the staring of new ventures. Reasonable caution now when so much ground has already been regained is Infin Tely better than the preaching of conservatism when danger signals have to he hoisted by sound final commissioner to Canada or. Richard cer Gtigg is in a favored position to watch the growth of interest in the Domin pm among British manufacturers and capitalists. He declares that this in Tercel has become Keener and More healthful than Ever before. He Tell us that late be numbers of British manufacturers and traders visit his office care of forests Germany a practice of forestry is a Model for Alt other countries. No nation in the world makes More thorough utilisation of he resources. Forest experts of All nationalities agree in three ways it has always led in k Montreal to a to. �?z0 Al a ssh us ".7��?o in procuring accurate and full Lefor a enl Fly thoroughness and now to is a nation As to the conditions under 1 neg8 almost equal to that of the lab which they May undertake business i oratory it has applied this scientific in Canada. Such information is free i knowledge with Tkv it test of text a. A a Faical Success and it has solved the by Given by or. Grigg and officials a i Oro it Ell 0f securing through a Long Branch offices established in a number i Eres 0f years an increasing Forest of other Canadian cities. In addition i output coupled with an increased reports on every conceivable economic i a ironic. The German Empire has a question Are regular made to the proximately 36,000,000 acre of tor British Board of Trade under whose direction or. Grigg acts. In cases recorded instance for such things Are a where the report is considered suit happening All the time. Two natives Able for such use it is printed in the arrived in taunts and announced i Board of Trade journal a weekly gov themselves one As the Savior and there rement publication. Other report.? other As his Prophet an Teegan and Are privately circulated among firm dressing a Large gathering of the Bat-1 whose business might be affected by Lapin tribe. The Leader worked up i the matter dealt with. In the carry much excitement and pointing to it i ing out of the important work of forwards the european Quarter declared tearing Trade relations Between canard a before the Sun sets tonight not i and the Mother country the commit White person must remain i Ritner Wilt visit England from time into this mass of 1.500 natives in-1 to time and Confer will officials o4 Spector shouldered his Way attended i the various departments of the gov by one Constable arrested the Woje rement As Well As with manuf Actu leaders and marched them off to the i and merchants. He serves As it presence of a magistrate. The crowd i source of information of a nature followed making threats and refused j hitherto unknown to British business to disperse on command of the magic i men and there is reason to Hope Thal trate who could not employ Force As his efforts will have the effect of pro he had no support but that of his two moving a better and More sympathetic officers who had made the arrests. At i understanding Between Trade Bodie his critical moment Molali the Bat land individual business houses in the Lapin chief arrived and dispersed the i two countries mob with a horse whip and the two hard working Harri Man. Men under arrest were committed for trial. One would suppose that in the Cir a in diagnosis of or. Har in Malancea the Lutc Man would ,.-. Case prof. Struempel. O a Ati fled in View of the fact that two i Vieona air flirted the ral Roar constables carried their Point against Man s ill health to a general nervous its of which 32 a cent belongs to Quot he state. When it began its system if scientific forestry Many of its florists were in As bad shape As America s Cut Over areas. In a Little More ban half a Century it has increased to production of lumber More than free fold besides vastly improving he Quality and the Revenue there rom has been multiplied seven times. What Germany has done America a an do and now is the time to begin. Montreal old boys Home coming the Montreal old boys Assoc a Ion of Winnipeg Are arranging an excursion at very Low rates for a Large party to go to Montreal in a special train leaving Winnipeg sept. 0th, at 8 p.m., going via Duluth St. A aul Chicago and Toronto arriving n Montreal morning of the 13th at 8 clock. Stops will be made at dul Ltd St. Paul Chicago and Toronto for x few hours. They will have their it in special Standard and tourist deeping cars and expect to go into Montreal with a Large delegation aking in the entertainments being it offered for the week of the old Home Celebration. The Low sex Cut Ysien rate can Only be secured by joining this party. Any me desirous of going along should communicate at once with or. James a. Wilson Secretary of the Montreal lid boys association Winnipeg at loom 104 Bon Accord Block and the Atter will Send them full information. If a la spread id a and Hoy Elty we Liris ing Quali tii la nil the new and fashionable shades. Look Lor the i Board. In the prodigality of Lovely fashionable shades for this season it will be an a any matter to at the taste of everyone. Al every Well known color bring Moro or Lees quite Correct up to Date i a a a. Lupi the new Raspberry and Plum shades Are exceedingly popular and deservedly so. For the colourings Are exceptionally Rich and Beautiful especially in the new traverse Satin cloths one of the new materials for this season. We Are showing a splendid Range of the new things and at prices but Are right i new Satin clothe 44 in wide per Yard. 90c, $1 and 41.25. Traverse Satin cloths 44in. Wide per Yard. $1,25 new Panama Canvas cloth in the new shades per Yard. Venetians Broadcloth Serges and pm plans at popular prices. Come fit and see new goods ret belts a a Lead Finan 75c to $3.75 new neckwear Dainty designs in lace and Chiffon new hosiery gloves underwear new waists corsets Coats and Saits ladies and children s sweaters ladies sweaters in some swell styles priced at $2 a $2.50 children a sweater so open and closed fronts to fit All Ages from 1 to 15 years. A Well made garments priced at a 75c to $1.50. By a Wool shawls a ilk shawls and Fascinator Dainty ice Wool Fascinator. 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 Ohio silk Fascinator in White Cream and Mack priced at $1.25, $1.50 and $2.25 a a elegant silk knit scarfs can he worn either As Fascinator or As Scarf. Priced at. 41.50, $2 and 43.00. Or the Cool evenings Folk Coats Golf jackets m 31 for women misses and children splendid garments beautifully made in exceptionally smart styles. Solid and combination col rings. All garments Are made of the highest Grade Best combed Wool and colourings Are strictly last. The Mauretania and Lusitania. The fifteen Hundred angry natives. But. Debility a1id exhaustion dim to Over not so. The despatch tells us that i . No one at he incident is regretted As it tends fam4uar wit4l Harriman s Daub to strengthen the influence of chief me m the pest ten Yea a was sur Molali As against the White Author�-1 up fwd at the Ortolon the Aubri is. The situation however As seen i Harriman a special or from this distance does not ook alar tere8ts Are in the Railroad world but Ming so Long As a Man of the courage corporations of which and vigor of Molali deems it prudent is a director include the follow to Wield his horse whip in favor of in engli8h Road problem. 1500 Spector Turner and against angry warriors of his tribe. Among native races the world Over for centuries the britishers has been doing work of this kind exercising a benevolent Fife Dale soreness and shouldering his Way through angry crowds As if by divine right and As if he bore a charmed life. As a Rule he gets away with his Bluff somehow or other and a the prisoners Are committed for nothing in fiction could Excel in daring the Plain unvarnished tales of this kind that history Coula a. My a National City Bank. Night and Day Bank equitable Trust company. Guaranty Trust company. Colorado fuel and Iron co. Four steamship companies. Western Union Telegraph co. Wells Fargo express co. Wall Street knows that Hartman remains on no directorate where he in England where the Road problem i s somewhat different from outs consisting of the damage to previous Ltd Ood roads by automobile traffic in read of the absence of Good roads suitable for the latter it has come to he realized that the difficulty is largely one of maintaining a surface suit ble for mixed traffic. It is pointed it it says the scientific american that 5u the old coaching Days those vehicles were often More numerous on the highways than motors Are now and it was Only since the railways so greatly reduced Road traffic the i highways came to be considered a legitimate playground for children dogs cannot direct. In addition to taking l and chickens so Ejna Grassing to the an Active part in the management of i unto mobilise. The further Elimina the companies and finding time to ration of horses due to the increasing engage in politics of several states i use of automobiles for All purposes. Automobile racing. Of Between 20,000 and 25,000 tons Are thus distributed great Britain 4, Germany 2, and the a United states and the Netherlands 1 Eash Aerial transportation. I the aeroplane rates and other Avi at attn spectacles at Rheims during a last two or three Days am worthy of note As epoch making Everts. A great essayist of the nineteenth Century a Aid that Man could never wholly fulfil his destiny As a world ruler because he could never Fly or navigate j the air. Yet Here Are men sailing j Over seas journeying from one coup try to another mane vering for War j carrying passe Ferk on j pleasure outings racing for records i and prizes and All in the air. Hair j a Century age he would have been set my As a mad Prophet who declare 1 be has kept in close touch with even the minute details of the system and the Allied Railroad lines. Here is the list of railroads in the management of it is Gratifying to note that the offi Ciais of the american automobile a a Socia Tion have gone on record As op-1 part posed to any further rates of 250 Anil Miles. 300 Miles until the conditions permit Union Pacific 6 057 Ted in the past Are radically changed. Southern Pacific 1. 95f the killing of five people at Indiana Minnie re a it i a to polls was decisive. The dangers a Morita Central 1,91� which have been discovered Are to be i Baltimore and Ohio. 4,448 minimised if not entirely removed. I Delaware and Hudson. 845 will soon bring about a state of things in which highways will not be subjected to two opposing methods of Wear and tear which cannot be resisted by the same Means and the prob which he plays an important if not pm 0f maintaining a durable and Dustless surface will be greatly Sim see window display. Ladles Norfolk jackets in White Navy Hack and Cardinal Sohd colors and with combination Colora. Priced at. 43.00 a Brandon a greatest Stoil 62 re,.w a matters at Issue. Prince Ito does not look with favor upon the progressive movement in the big neighbouring country. It bodes no Good for Japan. But whether by threats of War Japan can compel peking to submit Faith Tully in All things remains to be seen. Ganada the silent Hustler a lifted an impression of Canada. Financial editor . American a i have Pever seen such wheat. For no Driver will be permitted to engage j 2 574 Days we Gravelled through Magni i in a Long contest without careful Phy new York Central system 12 2841cent Uffre cultural country where Sical examination Money was growing so fast that the general Prosperity to ensue is almost incalculable. Alberta is a vast cos Field and granary. The Canadian Pacific traverses a territory of bound will be allowed Marquette. 2,824 to drive car the whole distance in san Pedro att Tum the Case of several Hundred mikes i furthermore when Drivers Are Chang at Joe Epil 319 de time will be taken for thorough i Paul g inspection of the racing machines to i North Western. 9 8641 es8 the Canadian North be made by experts. I total. 64 099 ier3tt is a rocking out to the North and under the most favourable Circum a Rooeny an six months Mgo a Iwest and every too Ltd a Soo coun stances automobile racing contests a Factor to or Harriman a office itry is pm do Active. I must say that Are certain to he attended by great Ftp might a Tulat j the millions of unoccupied Canadian danger. The rate of Speed is exec a pc fax to take time for lunch while offer the Hyrc pest and safest Sive. The excitement of context talked to the caller he used i attractions that the railroads and the time when half a dozen Airship j makes one forgetful of restraints. The do Ltd m a Taw eating while he business interests generally have All won id career about As at Rheims for Chance of a break in the machinery or worked and talked i certainties contained in the rapid a a a. Vel pm an hour or More without collision of of a momentary loss of control is Ever injury to anyone. Yet the feat has present. Death keeps near by ready accomplished and already the to grasp any one of Many opportune Kempi 1 or la beginning to cease its won Man has already Well night subjugated the Earth. He is running his cog roads to the Summit of the Alps. Mat4n utilizing the deserts and fertilizing the waste places. Byron said a the Ocean and Romul a this control a tops with thy shores a but with the Les to Manifest his presence. The have been too Many killings i these preparing for prosperous time8 a ent and More to follow so say a of us. And i the Trade organs the railroads tee races As they have been conducted great manufacturing corporations to Japan provoking Chinat watches the chinese unrest the Slaughter at Indianapolis should j agree in importing or i Flrming a with a Lynx like Eye it is even hinted remain the limit in the records of Nea revival All along the line. Orders that she Fosters that unrest. The h i motor in diag. Incidentally the danger of the automobile in the hands of reckless inexperienced or intoxicated Driver i he Telegraph and the modern ing emphasized by a daily list of wi1-he is holding my the de and wounded that the tee Chicago Tribune. It a i for Iron and steel Are rapidly increas-1 Young chinese have a growing dislike ing and a maximum capacity for Thedorf the domineering patronizing Atti my future is predicted for the car tude of the japs and it is this pro riders tee Mills the Fri stories and tee j Gressie influence teat compelled tee saving houses. J court to reconsider the plan of rib it is likewise agreed on All hands traction with Japan and to withdraw no speculative a a Boom is a the first proposition submitted by be there in still sufficient King looking to tin amicable buyers to Dis ment of All commercial and Polit but of All intrepid hustlers Canada is the silent yet most conspicuous. When one tries to imagine the great Empire which one Day will take the place of the modest lady of the snows All old world grandeur seem to Pale. When one further lets his imagination roam from Hudson Bay to tee Straits of Magellan and takes in tee coining wonders of new world nations he is staggered by the virion of Canadian United states mexican Central american brazilian. Argentine and chilean developments. Europe Africa and Asia and Australia vanish like the mists of a dream or remain venerable shrines from which tee worshippers have departed. Berkeley a prophecy of a Westward the course of Empire takes its Way is already More than realized. Berlin aug. 2 a the Day on which would happen to an Aerial cruise i Germany discovers an efficient Type with guns mounted an her platform of atrial Cruiser the naval rivalry be Tower now used As in the Case of tween herself and England will Cense. Zeppelin for observation purposes she will abandon the. Building of it does not need much scientific a nought and will concentrate knowledge to see that she would be the construction of Aerial Bat top heavy and would in All like ii bad turn Turtle in the air. Dread on t b the ski is. At the present a Long Felt want. Guelph Mercury the latest invention is a gun the it moment however the Zeppelin Gross nor parse Val had attained that degree of perfection which would permit of its Type being multiplied indefinitely. Whether the Schuette Airship the a latest on the stocks and the most formidable rival of the Zeppelin will Ful full the expectations of its designer the Zeppelin until something b Ter is found to replace her Sta for the accepted Model of an Are warship. It belongs to the nation and is jealously guarded. Unlike the parse Vaj no Zeppelin has As yet been sold to a foreign Power. The Zeppelin company in the Prosperity of White every German feels himself and builder and triumphantly surpass All ethers is a question for tee future to decide. No armed airships now. Directly interested has its working Headquarters at Mansell on la tee Constance half a mile or. So from the floating Dock we rate invariably shelters one of the completed Cruis today the chief problem confront Era. At Friedric shaven itself in inh or a a �?oli�?o1 7�?o?�?o18, 8 t0 Fidd Der the do a a action of the German gov reloads itself. What Many men w6�l i a is Frap that will be Able Ern ment a Large area of land has like would be a bottle that would re-1 a effective military services been reserved for Aerial experiments Load itself. Into to be Able to at u of eminently adapted for the Pur k and defend herself Aga Toet any pee for on the water aide a thick a a a in a a a a a a a f of the safety of the Ithily St. John Sun of mde giving y casualties a in the unite i we a a blast year pays a remarkable # a a Iii the erne and safety Withgo go the Public Are transported that country. Out of a Quarter passenger Hng the year not Oneff a decks National asset. One hears absurd rumours about cruisers whose me a sift to be bristling a the German corps of Aerostat was 283, or one in eve guns White can a horizontally some writers de. In Canad the railways kill allowed their fired hot Perpe Dicu this respect one passenger one m Overl Medile one of the Cid zeppelins is used As a school ship. Experiments have been made with a v new of fitting tee a newest dirigible w4te Light Quick firing Krupp guns hut it has hardly been a a Access for the additional weights of Gune and to ammunition at the moment can Only been compensated for by tee lers a a or it a a amp a a Xvi a

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