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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta A, '} Thjiu'sday, April 17, 1913 f * THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 A DUNLOP TRACTION TREAD TO-DAY AN ORDINARY NON-SKID TO-DAY 23 25 Wear Scarcely Percept- Get To-morrow's From To- Features that apply not only the day you buy the tires-but six months after-are the only features you ought to pay for. With ordinary non-skids the tread is bound to wear smooth sooner or later--usually sooner-because there is no size to the non-skidding surface. It 18 different with Dunlop Traction Tread. When you buy this tire you get the biggest anti-skidding surface in the world. The wear on Dunlop Traction Tread corrugations is but the slightest, and it's no greater in the centre of the tread than on the sides. Thus with Dunlop Traction Tread you get the benefit of the traction grip all the way down with the wear. Therefore, you are still getting what you can get from no other tire-what you paid for in the first- place. It isn't sufficie^t that you look ahead when driving Look ahead when busing your anti-skid tires. SAME TIRE AFTER ' OONtoER-ABLEUSAGE Note: -The "but. ^ tons" found on ordinary non-skid tires are herewith represented by the figures 1.2.3. T� Non-Skid Practically Gone SAME TIRE AFTER SHORT USAQE NOT VERT WIDE Banking Investigation Committee Examines Sir Edmund Walker Ottawa, April 16.-Slf Edmund Walker give -evidence boforo the committee on luazildiig and oomimerce today. He has. been In the banking huainess since 1861, having launched Into that career when only thirteen years 6t age. 'Sluoe 1868 ha haa;boeB comwoted with, the Oanjdian BanK of Commerce. . He declared that he toelleved in decennial revision of the Bank Act, but that charters should, be for indefinite periods, subject to limitations. He was in favor of l^rge banks, no. , Leave Rates Same A proposal to restrict the rates of interest, he said, is ill timed. There is Uttle to be gained hy veiled o^bjeo-tlons. ' Dr. "Thompson asked aboui the cost of cleaning bills. Sir Eldmund said the expense would be double the cost of the bills. At present they selected and burned dirty, bills. He pointed out that by 'the new act they could stamp hills for signing, and they Intended tryin'g to laundry bills; Slr'-Bdmund was very much opposr ed to the taxing of banks for their foreign business. He thought it was an ahsurd proposition. POPE'S CflilTl AGED PONTIFF WILL LI-KEUY- BE GIVEN NEW LEASE LIFE'. OF' Rome, Aprn 17.-The Pope is so much better,"according to today's reports from the Vatican, that if present conditions continue the bulletin today about his health will bo ,the last published by the physicians. jThe doctors will declare that they are" confident of the Pontilf's recovery. Tiio Pope himself says he is bottef.; Wlien Dr. Amici visited him at noon today and asked him how he felt,; the PontiH replied : "This is the first day since my first relapse that I feel really relieved." ;; >/. Professor Marchiafava and Dr. Amici today again impressed on the Pope the necessity of complete rest; informing him that any. activity would create obstacles tq his recovery. , ' ' Shortly after, however, 'the suH broke through the clouds and flooded the Pope's bed chamber. The: pontiff thereupon declared that he could en-: dure his bed nc) longer. His restlessness increased and ho insisted :on ris^ ing.. His attendants felt obliged to give way to his wl&lies. His' valet prepared to help him,''but the >Pope refused his assistance, saying, that lie could/pip himself. AIMED AT THE JAPAt^ESE : Sacramento, iCal., April 17.-Th^ California Assembly passed/yesterday by an almost'unanimous vote, a second bill aimed at the Japanese. This time the tlshenmen, ,Bnd :n0t the farmers, are being attacked. The bJU liroyWes tor an annual tkx of-$100 on market fishermen of a race';ineligible to citizenship. ^ Aliens d?* other races would be .'taxied $20 a'yea;r, ;imd citizens flO. MEDICINE HAT ' , CUEAniNQ HOiJSE Medicine Hat, Agrll 16.-A' bank clearing house wUl be open$a hqre on Fwday.'-'S, J. Holmes, pf tbc B^nk of Oom^ieroe stp-ft-'has. been'lip^we^l mapager, and tile Bank of Montreal the'clearing, house, bank. OR ROOT OPPOSES NIITIVE AND REFERENDUM Subversive and Individual Liberty and Legislature Would Be Born of Impulse (Princeton, NJ., April 17.-In the course of his second lecture in Alexandra iHall, Princeton University, last night upon "The Essentials of 'the CODiilltutlon," Senator Root declared that the fundamental doctrine of the constitution Is the importance of individual liberty. "The ancient republlcH," he said, "placed the state first and regarded the individual only as a member of the state. They never escaped from the attitude toward public and individual .rights, dictated by the necessity of military organization and defence. The Anglo-Saxon Idea, on the other hand, looked first io the Individual. When, a century and a halt aftei" the conquest, the bfirons of England set themselves to limit the power of tile Crown, they asserted the rights of individual freedom and laid the foundation stone, of our system of government in this solemn pledge of the great charter: " 'No free man shall be taken or imprisoned or be dip-seized of his free-bold ,or his liberties or his free customs, or he outlawed or exiled, or otherwise destroyed, but by the lawful judgment of bis peers, or by the law of the land.' "It is Impossible," continued Senator Root, "to overestimate the importance of the consequences which .followed from these two distinct theories of government. The one gave us the dominion, but also the decline and (fall of Rome. The .tremendous potency wt the other subdued the victorious Normani to the conquered Saxons. Conception of Justice re-.lected the claims of divine right by the Stuarts, and supplied the amazing formative power which has moulded, according to the common law, the thought and custom of the hundred mlUiooal of men drawn, who inhafbit this continent nor>th of the Rio Grande." After reviewing In detail, the rights of the indivlduares guaranteed in tho constitution, Benw'ot Root referred to the fs|�t that just as the Magna Charta imposed lionltaition upon the Crown and to ensure the rights of the Individual, so the oonstltution imposes limitations upon powers of the sov-erelgii people and ejjcludes the agencies of popular gpvernment from authority to impair the rights of the individual. Thiis Senator Hopt argued against the theory of the Initiative and referendum, holding that legislation under such a system would be subject to momentary Impulses, passions and prejudices. Senhtor Root then assailed the recall of judges and judicial decisions. "It has been proposed," he said, "that it a specified proponfion of the voters ate dlBsatlsfled with a judge's deolBlon, they may require that at the next election, or at a special eleotion, the question shall be pi-esented to the electors 'whether the judge shall be permitted to continue In office. This ordeal differs radically from the popular judgment which a judge Is called upon te meet at the end of his term, however short that may be, ecause when his term has expired he is judged upon his general course of conduct as a whole." yp M S OF OFFICE DEMOCRATS TAKE A WHACK AT OLD GAME-DIVIDE PLUMS Washington, Apr]; X�.-The rank and file of Demowacy got their first whack at tho federal plum tree yesterday when President Wilson sent G5 nominations for postmasters to the Senate. All the nominations are for the posts that became vacant in the Tatt j administration. Selections from the ranks of the Republican faithful were made by Mr. Taft but were held up by the Democrats in the Senate, who desired the patronage for themselves. The.indication of this first batch-of postoftice appointments is that President Wilson is going to play the game In regard to these minor appointments under the same rules and � regulations that have obtained under- other administrations. ..... The nominations sent in today are for 28 states and most of th'em are for small towns. It is appoln'tments of this character, however, that have been causing members of Congress the most trouble. Discussion among New York state members of Congress: as to the dls-tTlbutlon of patronage Is very general. Many are trying tb figure out just what influence Senator O'Girman and the Tammany Hall will have with the present adminiBtration. ON THE BRINY DEEP NEW DEPARTURE BY THE STAID AND SOBER FUN-ERAL DIRECTOFiS Spokane, Wash., April 17.-Funeral directors of Washington and Oregon plan' to hold their annual convention this y'ear on the briny deep, while sailing o'er, the waters oft the coast of Alaska. Alex Tumbull, of Spokane secretary of the Washington Funeral Directors' association, is communicat ing -with all undertakers of the Pa-clflo .northwest in an effort to chanter the steamship State of California for an 11-day cruise among the Alaskan Islands, stopping at Prince Rupert. Juneau, Skagw.ay, Douglas, Sitka and other points. It Is planned to have the boat leave Seattle, July 6. During the ocean voyage all business pertaining to the annual meeting will lie transacted. A quartet has been engaged- to cheer up the \mdertakers on voyagie. The Oregon association may join the Washington  directors In a joint convention, or If not, the adjoining, state will send a number of repre sentatiyes on the trip. H. H. Hohen' schuh, of Iowa City, Iowa, former president of the national association, has been engaged as demonstrator on the trip. �� : WIRELESS BETWEEN ' FREE ANB-0. S. Paris, April 16,-By-means of the ilnventlon of an Italian.'engineer, Ga-lettl, it is hoped that . within ten days it will be possible to communicate, by wireless from Ohhmbery, in the'southeastern part of France, to I warding Go. and H�ndrleB; ei^ployed byv the G. T. R., want oh; ptrlJce this morning tor an Increase in; wages from $60 to ?65 a month, The Q. P. R. escaped the trouble b}[ promising their menthiKt if tbey remained on thsL-iJob the company will pay. wfaatr ever the other two. corolianles �gtee to. � SCOTLAND YARD A BROKER DISAPPEARS - BURNS AND ENGLISH DETECTIVES BOTH AFTER HIM London, April 16.-After twelve days of backing and fighting, Scotland Vard at last has begun to Investigate the financial condition of Jos. W. Mantin, the missing member of Brokers."" It. was said yesterday that important' revelations would soon be made ooncerning the financial end of Martln'sfdisappearance. / Wnj. J. Burns'and Scotland Yard are ,In'a strained relation. Though BuTnsihas not been through Martin's letterSf-aa behas had no opportunity, neither has Chief Inspector Ward of the British police, but this is evidently because lie has been turned away by some .trivial excuses. Ward tried to get into the safety deposit box yesterday but' could not as it requires ] two keys, as usual, and Anderson's Is missing.  - , He Willi break open, tho box today and.look over the papers-that is. If he has time. .He still rathei^ scoffs at th'e idea of Martin being a suicide or having been murdered. Bums, too,, evidently has no faith in Martin's death, but be said last night'he would posiibly have tho Thames dragged^ to eliminate that possibility, . ^ SECRETARY RESIGNS Nelson, April 17.-George-H. Hardy, secretary of the Trades and Labor Council, has tendered his resignation to that body. It was accepted with e.xpresaions of regret, and It was decided iQ leave the matter of appointing a successor to a later meeting. For the past year M;-. Hardy has been secretary of the central labor body, which he organized as representative of the Amerlican Federation of Labor. He is also secretary of the UbJtled) B'ro!phe(rhood of Carpenters and Joiners, the Musicians'. Union and the Retail CleTks, and has been business agent for other organizations in Nelson. Mazeppa Alberta Has Excellent Openings for General Store.. ' Hardware Store Lumber 'Yard Drug Store Doctor Restaurant Livery Barn Implement Warehouse. Bank Harness Shop Barb�jr Shop Blacksmith Grain Dealer Live Stock & Poultry Dealer Boardinc) House. MAZEPPA ''Has a tributary territory of 100 square miles of the oldest and most thickly populated mixed farming district of Alberta. Asquith & Lindsey Agents for Southern Alberta Royal Bank Building, Lethbrldfle J. C. GREENWOOD A CO. 80 McDougall Block, Calgary, Alberta. POTTING QUIETOS ON STRAY CAT Spokane, Wash., April 16.-"Good morning, have you, tagged youT oat?!' This will soon become a common form of salutation in Spokane, it plans formulated by the women of the Spokane Floral association mature. With "Ek- . terminate the stray cat" bb a battle cry, the women have launched movement to place cats in the same , category with dogs. When asked how-they e.vpect to discriminate between, the fluffy, purring pet and 'the home- ; loss, unloved stray, the answer oimdi "Put a tajc on cats the same as otu dogs and.'then mOfce them -vyear, a collar and tag." By this meann the women hope to fortify the aecuTttJ' o'" their cherished house cats and to fc^ move the necessity of their mlngUng with the felines of mongrer origin.: ; It has been suggested that the-old .of; the small boy be enlisted la a o^r, polgn to round up the strays, HON. COLIN CAMPBELL WJLL NOT RESIGN Winnipeg, Man,. Aptll le.-'Premler HobJln today denied that Hon. Colin H. :'Gampbel3, Attorney-Generai,. who has^ been dangerously 111, was likely to retire from the Cabinet, or that E. L. Taylor, K.C., was likely to take his place. Sir, Rodmond added, however, that he hoped Mr, Taylor would be induced to eater the legislature. m He Likes It Caldwell's Molasses Meal FOR YOUR STOCK , Here is a special offer: i will ship 200 JbB. Qf the famoua/ . teed, tq aijiy .station In the Leth-bridge district and Prepay' all freight/ chsraes ion receipt of prloo, ?8.p0.', Sena riie 'llB.OO' and J �vviU,ship you BOO lbs., all qbavge? paid. , , Write todays Send money by V postal ^ibto, fljonsy order, pri; /expreuB onJier^. : t:s, I 'Peed''Mcr�h90t';*L6thbrldae.'.' UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE FARM IMPLEMENTS At our Farm.(Old Wells Siding Parm) Wells Siding, Station SATURDAY, APRIL 19th 3 Cockshutt Riding Plows . 2 Land Packers. I iVa foot Mower. II Drag harrows ' I Garden Cultivator.. 1 Garden Hand Drill' 12 Disc Harrows �^ 1 6 h.p. Gasoline Engine. � 1 Pumping Jack 1 Harvester Header ' . 1 Weeder 1 Baler and horse power G Wagons : ' 1 Light buggy 1 Large water wagou tank 1 Round water wagon capk � 3 150-bus. wagon'grain.tanks 1 Cook car and truck 1 Bunk Car and truck. ' 1 Reeves Separator .-.v^ 1 32 h.p. Reeves ehgihe > > ' 1 10 Bottom'Deere Engine , gang, complete bottoms tor breaking and stubble. 12 bundle racks 1 well-drilling outfit 2i seta heavy work .harness, c double ' \ 38 halters 2 saddles 1'harness repair bench-Belts and belting Complete line of tools for farm work; blacksmith's ; tools and supplies. . Other Implements in larga quantities. Household goods. Chairs and beds, bedsprlngs:� desks, refrigerators,.chums  stovesi . Wtflhen utensils, washing m^ehiiie, mangle,. etc.. , -TERMS-All sums 'Of $a5;00 and under, cash; amounts over 'f25.00, one-third cash and balance approved notes. SALE BEGINS 11.00 a.m. Lethbrldge and Cardston trains arrive 10.30 a.m. and leave 6.1S p.m. J, A. SMITH, Auctioneer trUNCH SERVED. THE ALBEBTA WHEAT GROWERS CO., LTD. i m LOOK AT THIS! Get T)usy Mjf.'.^-armei', we have two do|< all-leather, col]arSj'tegulO/T |3,00-pjp,i i' 30<5 Mfth m mi 46 35 9078 67 78 ;