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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY; APRIL 7, 1S11 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 190? Published by the Herald Printing Co.. Ltd., every lawful ct-cmng at Ui 51, to ridge, AlbtrtJ. Canada. JOHN Manager PHONE: fcdvertlilns. Circulation mi JtV Departments A. Director PHONE: editorial, Reporter.a! and Ncwi Depirlmsnt 122-1 1252 I year. 6 montht. delivered months, uellrcred 1 delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES _..... 1 ytir. t? rsai! luoulhf, by mall S rocutbi. by maJI .........35 1 iiipnih, by mall -75 .25 ar. but bom cul must be r C.I Grassy Lake Grisey Lalts Hotel. t Cobea News Agency. leading Boole and News Store. 103A Jth Are. Worli Co. PIncher Station Edward Read. St. World Xews Ce. Csrmcngay Clareace; IVorlfl Co. t Book Store; J. G. Keb-tltifu Co.: Jackson AJttauidra Hotel: People's D.-U! Slore: Kenny J.ethtirldse Hole) Stand. Diamond Dr. D Are. Hit Atsiniboli H-Xtl. A. D. Co.; Coapaay. rrorlnclal Pir.chjr Dr. Mitchell Driii Co. Paber Westlske Bros. The Wide World News Co.; News Shop, GraoweH Street. fcpokinc Xtwi Co. River Side THE WEEKLY HERALD p-b'Uhad cverT Wednesday In elstl or more PREes. and COQUJBE z sumrr.-.-T ol the news ol Ihe week, local and district 1 yetr In SI.00 nuniliE !n .-.d-.scce................... AS IT PANS OUT. SIXTY lliousand dollars have been spcul over the report sr. the Xaliona! Transcontinental. To overcome that condition'the Grand Trunk Pacific was placed before the people of Canada. purpose WHS to open up a route between the and the Canadian Atlantic ports by And what for? For lug Jo the people of Canada, by those who had tlie shortest possible route, the best advan- f. This the National Transcontinental CiJSIIJiNSiiE KURDS DRIVEN IN TURKISH ARMENIA-AR- MENIAN' TEACHER 'ACQUITTED SCHOOL SIAND1FOR Constantinople. April Am- erican Embassy here lodjy received declaring that -ill the Christians and (ortisStrt reeljint at BlUlt, in Turkish Armenia, sate and hod no! bwn molested dories tho recent KurdUh' rmlil. The million- aiies it Bitllt tlsat (he Kurdi i ere driveu 'off. Armenian Teachtr AequltUd April Armenjau teacher nt Qc American inltiloa it Asiat- ic Turkey..who'had been airwtefl iu connection vlUi.'ihe murder of Rev. Dr. Chas. St. iloibrcok, of Lynn, a missionary at BouriieMr, on Aupist 15 last, was retailed 'todir. He bad succeeded In eiUtllshioi -Inno- cence of tbe crime. Four other sona arrested on are to la tried en April 18. The official vertton of the crime hoived tilt Dr. Hoi brook hid twn hilled while lu i surrounding OK houw of Armen- ian who had aroused the na'reil ot the TiirVs. Two Turlas snct the mU- slonary In mistake tor owder 'ofj.Mini oltutfins tlw' ol the standing' of pupils ol. (Ulbralth school lor the aionth ol March ..CR.VDK'.VI. Harri- son; Maggie Asucrolt, UILH- iop. Itujer Hedeostroiu, Rad- Stfood CJats llar- reixes, (.Virad Tanibor, Kerjan, Clara Melllng, Tom. l.opu. GRADE V. Kir'sl Class Ritnm, Laiirs Buchanan, (tlchard fallen Front Sullivan. i Seooni Class Xormau Fot, Ada Footer, Ullin Morris, May Main, Eben Wylle. GRADE IV. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE IKST.VLLZD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODCB room WBU. Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policiw or other valuables in one yf theee boxes Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, ;Mgr, liar, Krntst ilrrccr, Anna Folklaud, Harold llcatou, Maty Seaman, Olire Ueiishavv; Jli'ry' lioMiiir. .ail.ADB I. Thtodore ilc-Kinney, Fair- -N'ifk "Ponfch, .Jessie lleden- First Class Hoaors-Knvfst Willets, I btro'm, -Cliarlu Lex-is, Ella Water- Arthur Buchanan, Robert Kergan, I house, John Kosain'e, Millie Mitchell, Willie Little Ward, Ruth-Margaret TennSnt.lsi Main, Annie Logan, Ciract Mcl.eary, I ?M, Bessie Jessie Mar- John l.tanlng, Wallw Clara liratcn, Stanley llirgrcivcs, Maij'orr Smith, Daisy Ilplmrs, Dolly Craigcu, Harvey Gow- 'bert llrown, r Richanl Brown, ilajea, Ciora Cain. Second Class Mil- eary, 1 zali, ort, i tin, b'avid-Dunlop. BLAZE IN HOiflTAL Timaly Arrival H Aid Ing Which WM Full of Patitnlt i.. A'-it Hot. the least desire lo do so, lhat a govcriiraent fully effected. And because the carrnng oul of j ii'melyTrWii'of and a parly have been condemned work well. Also for emphasizing in Hie construction of a great cnlerprise "As lo the amount of nioncv llmi has beea -1--4- From sqiEe cause H became orerheated, thoujh there was lerv'iArthur Cain, Jiia Miller, Boultbn, M'aller CooV, Oiivtr Sunn- Watsrhouse, Lester Iltitn- liroffi, Hiliia llnrriscn. GRADE III. Firat Clas-, Jajie Chalrr.rrs, llrrrenn Cockeril, Agars. Hilda Morris, Joe GHADK OHoviiio 'Ch'crtioHi, l.aura Grise- dale, John Stanley Kernsler, Charlie Funnelli.Fr.fd llolmrs, Willie BVrorii, Mary Bajsllft, Gordon Char- csl. Albiiia Cheu-.blli', Xorraan Talloj., David ilsriose, Uzrie Clellant. .INTERMEDIATE Annie Koltr, 'JAn Talhot, Marion Halstbn, Ted die. Hal! ley, Frank Iseil, Mar} I.cwls Leigh, ilcLeod, I Mike Fozard. JuNion Arthur Patke; liejen Logging Qforge .dollar of the suggestion has been made that a in so many woi-ds this true epitome. -nection, the result might hive been lation, as mis been done by the construction of ;auite serious. The Wpital is full o( 1 !l would be at this period to briefly con-' "1C Transcontinental Hie industries of, railents, some utttriy helriess. NO i i-, i .1 i the Maritime urnvinrv; -irr1 oivnn in flip resultR fcave been reporleti bv Miss eider the reasons which gave rise to the project 'nrfllu'lllj are access to me (he mt markets of the prairies just as the uroducers of which has caused the present slir. I he govern- J- VI.UUM.IX ul Uie praines are given access lo the markets of (be menl of the day had m its utrnd the interests of ,hr0ugll ihe Maritime provinces'- p'orls by part and pi norpreyent _axgrain blockade. The railway con- general business of Ihe country." experience, and Ihnsj 'One of the strong points made by Sir Wilfrid reviewed iLaurier when he introduced the proposal f6r Hie .Our being sciil -for-J-Transconlinentai Railway .was, as Mr. Oliver re- ward to the head of the lakes, ami as much ininded.the. House, that we wanted an absolutely as could be transported across the lakes during all-Canadian railway from the. Ajjnrilir. lo Ihe Pa- tlie. same summer was so transported. The rest ciflc: "Tp.iise.Mr. Oliver's words in conclusion: _ .remained on the farmers' hands or'tlealers' hands! that by carrj-ing this road, as it or in .the terminal elevators unlil ihe following lias-beciT carried, from Quebec in. a direct line spririR. That means lhat under conditions that through Winnipeg and across the prairies lo a then prevailed it was the business of every farm-'port.on the North Pacific, there has teen crealed, er lo'get his grain oul in Ihe fall. By (Unrig so he so far as business inleteMs are concerned, a new nol-qnly saved inlerest on money he may a new Onlario, and new British Coluni- he saved the carrying charges.on Ihntlbio oul of areas of country lhat might as well firain until the next spring. The elevator charges have been in Ihe centre of Africa so far ns their are" one cent'a bushel per month, so upon everj- innlerial heucjit to Canada was concerned wilh- biishcl of grain thai was held in there out the construction of sucli a raiVwav. The only a loss lo the producer of a minimum of five' criticism our friends opposite have lo offer of cents.- But besides that, in the rush, Ihc attempt} this project is-thai we should have bnill it cheap of every man to get his grain marketed in order whereas we have built it dear, that- we should save thar five'cents, liiere ensued year after j have built a temporary and inefficient road year a condition of grain, blockade which j whereas we have built a permanent and efficient vtl Ihe loss, because Ihc buyer, unable lo gel tlin road, so far as lliey have allowed Ihe work jo go'he had bought forwarded to the lakes be-'on." ca.tise of the shortage of cars, hart 16 discount the' In answer lo slaiemenls thai Uie capital possibility, and hammered down their price ac-Jcharges lobe carried theTransconlinentalI are coniingly. So thai, al the least, the farmer who such as lo preclude competitive carriage of wheat .did riqt gel his grain forwarded in liic Tali iost tlie following siioiild he suflicienf reply: five cents a bushel for storage charges, ami if he'. The Transcontinental from Winnipeg lo SI. -R-ere-compelled lo sell he possibly lost five cenls John is to cost, everything paid, inlerest charges account of the condition of blockade! rincl all, a trifle over a mile, upon wliicl which .'existed before Ihc close of navigation, j interest is lo he paid al 3 per cent. Thai is Ihe 'Suppose a .crop of bushels, of which capital charge against Ihe road that has to could go forward-in the fall of considered when the rates would be u minimum loss of and a .words, while the Transcontinental from Winni possible loss of or even more-as we peg to SI. John will carry ?3000 a mile capita certainly had in the year 1911. Now, there is only one cure for Dial condition, and that is Mo railway transportation from the wheat fields to the ocean ports al) (tie year round. Last -year it was true there was no. grain charge, Ihc Union Pacific curries u mile capital chnrge. The Southern Pacific, with capitalization of a mile, ol -I per cenl will carry a mile capital charge. The Can .adian Pacific is carrying a capital cbnrgc of from thc.fncl that the crop was light 000 a mile. Cnnadian Pacific slock is worll, over easily threshed, there were favorable wea- 200: in olhcr words, the Canadian Pnciffc is nay r.Jher conditions and the railroads were more fully ing dividends on a capital charge of over SIOO But these had their counleracling'ad- 000 :i mile at a rate not less !hnn-I per cent- influences. The Liverpool market was con- Thai future trafnc will justify Ihe construe irith the result !lial Manitoba wlioal wrnt jlown from three six cenls a bush'cl. To flupte Mr, Oliver: tion of the linn is proved by Ihc following sta listics: -In 1903 the raiiroads carried tons of freight and in 1913 they carried ..i.j i ,u HJO.inJU, We Jose by 3-eason of storage if (he grain 000 tons of freight. In 1903 they carried 22 000 docs not go forward; we lose by reason of. block- 000 passengers uiid in 1913 theV carried 4fi'oOfl' if the cnr supply is'shorf, and we lose, by mi- son of tli'i" depression of the if iyi-ry is favorable." they carried 000 passengers. Who but the pessimist will a! low Ifial the; maximum amounl of ruilway busi ness in Canada has been reached? Seronrt Class Fun- 'Harry Taylor, Isa Watson, Jrs- sie .Hurst, Andrew Hodiier, Joe Poche; Charles Ascrolt, Paul Koss, Oliver. -Moore. GHADK II. First 'Class An.ietts. Second' Class I'itir, Rosie Potiech, Sara Cunningham, Jan- et Tennant, Marjorie Gurr, Inez Wil- Frank Vere, Leonard Shaw. G HADE 11. lliigh Bryan, Oeorge BES- Baird, Hazel HJiil, Maud Jloore, Harold Ejsie faltot, RB- k'jcca'niiey, Andrer.- Logan. Jbhn ffylie. ErDtst Hodnar, Jlargaret Lo- Hentrd Kov. PR1MAKY-CLASS A. Herl Ar.nie Kropeuich, Hetly FunBellF-Lizzie -Kalston, -Ascrollv AgQfS Dnrn, Ahme Summers. CLASS-B (Movanni Credico. An- nie Alda. .Berll, Harry Foril, Peter Siemau, Oarry1 neery. .Mike Kropynrci.. .WiflfeV tockerill, Ida I.cijh. ULASS 0 Nellie Mercer, Jean Kergan, Her- man Kostelnki, -lames Clelland, llrnwn. Willie Willeits, Berta Len- Nick THAT IS BELFAST. OPINION OF SITUATION MAKE: APPEALS Belfast, April- trade un- ionists wired an urgent appear to Hut Hyue Park. Londoiu -demonstration Ibday for Hrltieh trade unionists DDL to them: The cruisers Attentive and Fore- sight have tile several tiattlechlps are within 'e'a'sy dlatance of the- Ulster coast. The Belfast N'ewj i-eUer' 'today says that any attempt to icarb' will arouse a.very bitter fceUDg'ln Canada and slmfce (lie coafiile'ncb'ot'Vellow subjects lo the stability of tho Country.. Dr. D'Arcy, DlBhoi> of Down, In a special appeal "We have just escaped the most terrible danger to.whldi anj- com- munity could ha appeals to Uie cleryy In-" tluencc to angry passions am! avoid excitement. There has been .invented for avia- tors a device, at all times lie esa'et ar reterence to which it is travelling-' ingic of an aeroplane witli j tie airi'ciir'tc'ni' Ihrousti of the harnifiil effects of baker's >yhite bread, Dr. Fdson Smith 'Baiter's Ijread Is an abomination to Its fine flour, its yeast and its utidextrinized starch make it largely uinligestible. Only the well-baked outer crust IK lit (6 Rutherford in M'agazinc, February 1912. Some 17 years ago there in-iginnled fond lo avoid Hie objcclionahle qualilies of c ilour products. That food Is food. 11 established a -'standard of iligesiibilily and food value liithcrlo unupproached in'any cereal This object was attained-- By building lirnpe-Nuls from -Ihe two greatest of :md baking rebahinj! it until, the starchy parls were converted into dextrose or so thoroughly to' rcijiiirc bill little efl'ort to Grape-Nuts digest usually in about one hour (White Krfao requires about 1-2 hours for digestion) lime: prclty. in Ihe milling of white flour, nearly nil Ihc "vital" mineral sails of the grain (such as phosphorus iron, sulphur, etc.) are thrown out wilh the bran-coal, jtisf lo make the (lour look while and. These phosphates, or mineral salts, are positively demanded by Xafure in order lo build normiil bodies, brains and nerves, anti in their lack physicians find one grcal cause of impoverished blood, lisllcssncss, nervojis proslraiion, kidney disease, elc. Grape-Nuts, on Hit other hand, retains ALL the vital phosphates sn richly grown by Nature in and barley, as well as ALL Ihc other nulrilivc elements of tlie grains. It provides these well' balanced values in a convenient, to (he packugc, fresh, and unlouchcd by liunuin hnnd. A ration with rfgiiiar meals Mipplies admlrablj nha( white breadIwks. Here's a Reason" for Crape-Nuts 1 Clrocrrs eyrrywhrre. Posliim Cereal Gov Onl, ;