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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta GE FOUK THE LETHBklVuK DAI1T HtKALP Deratb DAl'LY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year.. Dsjly, by mail, wr year Weekly, by mail; per S.OO 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office........ Editorial Office w A. Jaueha-un -John Terrtnee r Director Business Manager 1221 HOW WAR WILL AFFECT US Will the present outbreak ot war In Europe assume international pro portions This is a question which is uppermost in all minds Should the eventuality occur, it may do to at uii nour, the will dis soi.d itself Into what iray It vtill al- fect us, removed as we are some thousands ot miles from the Immed- iate area of conflict. Ke may or may not lie direct par- ticipants, but none the less the mat- ter in its indirect effect materially concerns us War moans, a close sea- son in the financial market Apart from all the hoirors incidental to act- ive combatants, it is here where its tentacles will spread far and: Irom tented fields, reaching out and bringing its significance W those who, like us, are far removed from 'its zone. "With the Inflated value of gold dollar hills win depreciate in value as a medium of sterling exchange All securities and debentures will coiue to JJB regarded as so much per from "the" tact that they cannot be sold Banfcs, with assets disturbed In value, will naturally not only cut Sown credit, but means will be em ployed tor obtaining more substantial security for those outstanding The Bank of England rate, already raised to 10 per cent., IB an indication of what will follow. It is not only who will feel the force of the situntlonrbflt it will, likewise affect corporations, municipalities an< the -provinces All borrowings f practically cease. As a natural sequence will be the going up in price of all the commodi ties ot lite. Added to this with bus" nesses and all enterprises, excep those concerned with furnishing tlv munitions of shall facet v.ith a period ot un emplojmeBtMSNaanr Farmers wh possesstSrapVif If true, may look to beneflWc'tne enhanced price of whea wnichX'a war Is bound to occasion But this counterbalances b the increa835l prices ot other articlei Lilte the human Wood which wi he wantonly sfied, the millions tha will be spent .will be was ed, bringing an jittermatb.-yrhich wi leave Its mark long' after all conflic ceases. We may talk the glory of may nonalder that the B ptra hnj to stand by its obligation 'biit at the ssffie time, however dlstan Ira f rt-m its centre, we mu be prsja-sn to face the cdntingeacii which "are bcaad to come home to u Caban, wife ot C. H Cahao, the prominent, Montreal mmatM, died at Halifax. fcoC T R. Mayberry, Liberal, hu ppealed the recount" Judgment in guth Oxford. Bid -hail storms have been dolnlt damage to the crops in North Di- cta r Sir Wilfrid Laurter will speak in as well as Calgary, on his Uberta tour. Jlon Oeo. H Perley ontertained anada's; Governor-General designate, rinco Alexander cf Teck, at'a" lunch; on- in- London. ____ r A special inquirj is' investigating ie complaint of a number of people bat mall lakes too long a time to get o France from Canada. Australian exports to Canada con 1st chiefly of frozen mutton and hides and skms, butter, vege- able foodstuffs, wool and timber P IICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR THE BUSY HAN Beveragethat Benefits" simply a thirst quencher, not merely a ttimuluit, but just the purest, most health infutinf Ipirlt that hai ever been produced. Wolfe's Schnapps (nouns r 9 Eicdleai at a "pick-me-up" Ionic aid mcat.bcMlkjal in its effect on the liver, kidneyi ud other orjsns. VuUy superior so ordinary gin. Dlstridutors HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY With a population of over 2000, Bridgeharg will shortly applj to the Ontario Railway and Municipal Board o be Incorporated aa a town. -J. S. postmaster at" Mm nedosa, Man, for 32_ J ears, has re- igned and is succeeded by W S V'addell, eiMPP. The commission-form of govern- ment is costing Denver a rear more than the masoralty plan cost, _____ The shipment of steel'rails from Sydney, U.S., to South Africa, foi use on the Natal line, is good advertising for Canada, says W. J Egan, Trade Commissioner in.South Africa. l IN HKABT OF CITY HOTEL SOT SEATTLE 'JThere has been_far_tpo much talt and excitement over the Calgan oil fields. It has been quite unjusti- saii E. H Cunningham Oraig, the 6il expert in an Interview In Bd- monton. James Pennock, factory enkineeixifc POUP. POVF, SCHOOF There Who Md things stf loot, He was toiftfht The nwo who WQK tight, But ttoir only reply was 'pwl'1' tte Maclwd A" LA .DITTO But tils sojer nuapd Oustay falser, he must The garrulous Sam Didn't cue a-tang, And just utokcrl) told Qiwtav to it to the dickens back to the Vaterland and quit talking bunkum duds in citilired Head line writers are having abni of a tiraoutch uritmg scweheads thiE nurouicb Der Kaiser made Co! Sam icalcus tins week grabbing oft so much pub- licity, wtereupon Sam beat it back to Ottawa and burned up a lew col- umns en liii own accouut School, duellist, says K Col Sam and General Villa and Der Colonel have very similar character- Railway'QjiiunUsioJv Gim Judgwwnt in the Cue of L. Hart of Mazenod, Sask. July Tto board a.. wKh a wupltttt rnMe by ol ItalMrf, to do irttt teMJrf of lawbtacf y Irom to Tin judgment rtition tfce dlan Northern line and if the potat to winch construction ned on the blanch of company (torn Avonlea to Ortvelbourg. to the fact ttat the Cana- dianJv'OTthern has not as yet in op- eratloif any line -Irom 'Regina to] Moosf Jaw whick enable tltei car to June been taken the appropri- ate route making coMMwtione at Moose, Jaw with Not- thernntne to the south, this cat Mar) lUdrllle and Avpnfea, a most euciatous route, making a movement of 401 raites T'Wr a movement ot this kmtli the wis material is 44 cents, and DONALDSON LINE To iURPPE Frnm From Aloutreai" From Glajigow Saturdaj SAILINGS Saturdaj A jg 15 1 Aug. 8 Aug. 29.'. ..-.'.Aug 15 Sect. -Aug. 22 (110 cabin and third- clasB earned All steamers large, twin and up lo date H. General Agint. 349 Main Street, Winnipeg. istics Now if .Mexico's human _ cvtr sees that, Canada is liaiile to be embroiled in international pleasantries with Mex if'this heat wave hai any- thing to do with" the craiy European situation. _ The Czar it a cool old head He racked his cigar box under ins arm tho otter day and went oil to tie Fmn'sh duck shooting grounds with! ihs parting jajunction .that lie didn't care a continental hang whether] school kept or cot Evidently schoc4] didn't j The Comnush once more are busy explaining those Iwlans They'll soon their lesson of! bv heart. The Duke spent a da) at Calgary th.s ueei the tale. Now conies a move to reduce the police force. XVhaddayekuow I that i Ala) or Hardie will be getting I a practical demonstration oi tie. ire- reducible minimum. Wonder what' Atfuy 'Ca'rnegie 'thinki about liis dezerted "pees palass noy W'a on 'the weight moved as giten by the icompUiiiant of be 12. The show's sunjl was 63 For'this round about; movement, therefore, no cwer- has been made Northern las omit- give a town tariff to Jtezenod, althougS it-is within Begma's dis the company has cov- ered that point in its town tariff from Port Arttar, Winnipeg, Postage La Prairie and Brandon The Cana- dian Northern included in a town tariff "Uonlea, and othei; points on the Moose line It has also covered the branch from Radville to Bengough This is a branch run- ning fifty miles south of the Avon- branch on which Mazenod is situated and is, therefore, that distance further, removed from v "This board has no authority to order rites reduction, but can order the refund of the difference- between J184 28 and Just as sdon as the C N. H construction is com- pleted from Moose Jaw so as to give connection with the CNR line south from Moose Jaw. much more favorable rates, of course, wiif be enioyed by the district" Canadian Northern Steamships Limited _ the Tyormsworth .piano plant tried to cinunit suicide in thai building by inhalTng gas, because of family troubles Two workmen saved Mm. W. 51 Bancroft, manager of the Bank of Montreal at St John, N B has been promoted- to be -manager at "Quebec: A. B.. Nash, now manage? it (Juobec, goes to Halifax to succeed Manager -W. B, Gravely, who is to retire. "This is a time ;wiea the western farmer1 must be placed in a position to foiiy Ma moaev cheaper Arranse- inafts should bo made to secure for him to loaned by the WHAT WILL TEDDY DO? An Interesting situation developed In United Slates politics when Theo- dore Roosevelt. gave his support to an Republican candidate for governor of New Tork state Reipub licans very readily took the action to mean that the lateTJull, Moose Header was returning, to the fold. Progres- sive leaders hold a directly opposite Tlew. The Chicago Tribune, a pro- gressive advocate, says: "As a gen- proportion, the Progressive fcarty, as represented by its national cbmmitteemen, agrees with the coi: tlat New Tork state Is In a class by and must ibe treated as such, backing up Col Roosevelt's josition taat a nonpartlsan, antl boss, ticket is needed there this fail, with Gol. Roosevelt continuing In the leadership of a nationwide fipht for the Erogreeslve party as a, separ ate It is clear that .Roosevelt ia des tined'-tp be a presidential candidate (n 1916, but whether of the Republi eans or the Progressive, or of a Pro Iresslve-Republican alliance'is to be determined. Certain it Is that he is Ihe only outstaudlng.man able to fac< President vVilson, should Tie be a can didate for re-election .with any chance of success. Success depends largely an understanding between the Republicans and Progressives. go' ivernment at from 4 to Jt per David Kiag has declared: war on least on thv.thistle which claims birth ia that land. H Tliree of Montreal's chief munleipa officials 'are also either members o the or the House of Com ions., r The mayor Is a rsember.p parliament, as'Is who just been to'th f' vie legal The city clerk, L. is a member of tlje Senate Jfereral M.P.'S and a qumber of M.P tf.t ni'emliers of tSe cit; ent." declared J. Allen before the algsry Board, of Trade. The- dreaded green asuhyd is rav ging the pea crops in Oxford county, intarib.'.The'damage already done serious. One farmer had wo-aore held of peas completely de- tie, bugs sucking the Juice rom the plants, leaving them to die. Thousands of tho bugs have been ound on the leaves of the plants, and the" farmers are powerless to comba' them. TtS: Canadian Northern has jusi placed 'an .order with 'Canadian flrmi or -than a million and a hai: ollare of 'equipment, sufficient to pu n the .most modern service between Toronto and Winnipeg, by way "heir new line from Port Arthur .to It is .probable- that through Tains iwlll rnn from Edmonton to To- ronto as soon as this equipment Js delivered. According to the report bt ihe Mont- real, city assessors' department, .the ,aluo of land on which Protestant churches are'built in Montreal ex- oeeds that of :lhe land occ'jpied by Catholic -'ohureheB. The figures gives ard for land tor Catholic churches and for Protest- church, land. In buildings Cath- olte churches are more valuable, the figures as compared Arrangements have'been completed whereby the 'united'-States ment will convert dona- tions of gpid and silver trinketa' to luffrage. ;nieljjns..p6t. day sulfraBlste vvil metal to the eiiperlntendent of the mint at Phfta delphla. He will weigh It and tes it and then place to the credit or the association the amount of its worth This can-'bc; drawn fra'ni'tlie mint In fold, silver, or notes at ty check. MONTREAL, QUEBEC AND BRISTOL NEXT SAILINGS TUESDAY, Sept 22, R M. 8.' ROYAL GEORGE TUESDAY, Aug. 11th. R. M. S ROYAL EDWARD TUESDAY, Aug-25th, R. M. 8 ROYAL GEORGE TUESDAY, Sept. Sth, R. M. S. ROYAL EDWARD Newest Wireless invention for safftv. comtort and convenience Ask any Rail or Steamship agent or write 4 H Davis General Agent, Main Winnipeg, .'Manitoba. Who Is The Executor Of Your Will? Have you chosen an executor who has large experience In the administering of .states and ample tine to attend to yours? ir jou appoinfus in your will your Estate will have the ad- vantage of our long experience in the administration or Estates The fee is no higher than for an Individual Write for "WB1" booklet. It more fully. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company.Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRiOGE "MACLEOD CALQARY WETASKIWIN ate ElihtH Avsnue West, Calgary. Lethbrldge Offiot Comm.rct Bldg J W McNicol InspHter At the regular weekly meeting ot the Board of Trade council yesterday e question of the possible irrigation .the laud lying between the Bell) iver and the Macleod line of the C R, .afld north of the east line of 'p. R., came in" for some discus on, and it is-likely that i plan of ac oh similar to that suggested by .P-re- dent Marnoch will -be adopted Mr Branch stated that this whole dis lot might be susceptible to irrlga on, -and after a few remarks the ra.1 feeling was that the agitation iduld start among farmers them elves. After it was shown that irri a'tion was wanted by tie farmers In bis district in sufficient number to taking it to the. attention o the government, a meeting of tbr oard of Trade, togetlier with tin armere was suggested. In this wa- IB case could "be workeA up to pre- jnt to Premier-Bordeh on his wester- our this surnmer In reference to the visit.of HOB jharles Stewart, Mr. Jlarnocb Etatei Hat lio had interviewed Hon. Mr tewart In regard to the question rought to bis attention at a pieviou meeting of the council Mr Btewar made reports seemed favorable Vith regard to the bridge at Diamon (Jity, lie stated tHat the governmen tad been called upon to stand the cos of repairing so mmy "bridges, owing U toods, in the north, tlaf'tb. fund wa a trifle but that he Would loo iver the site, and make recommend Ions on'bis return here in about te lays Five Sources of Wealth Live Stock Mines Agriculture The British Canadian Trust Co. The opportunity the City of Lethbridge of- fers for the investment of capital in SOUND FIRST MORTGAGES returning from 7 to 10% interest, with a security margin of'at least The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1MJ Block Quo. W. floblnion, SATURDAY, AMASSMEETlii at toe WoAuig hen will lie in the UBOUR TBMPLE OB Monday, August 3rd at MO the auspices of the Trades and Ubor Couaetl, whin r. MNGRPFT, OF-TORONTO, VICE-PReSlDINT OF THB TRAMS AND LABOUR CONGRESS OF CANADA, AND J. 0. PRESIDENT Of THE ALBERTA FEDERATION OF LABOUR, WILL ADDRESS THE MEETING. 1 W, Alford. We earnestly appeal to all'workers to attend as tliey will hew' (o their interest. OF CANADA. LethbridgeBranch R. L Significant The figures bslow more impressively tltaa the progress which the .Bank of Canada IB Consider them carefully. 1910' 1911 SRA3SY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B KING, Acting Manajjr' G. R. TINNING, BANE OF COMMERCE HAS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. UODGl TOOT Wttfe, title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Polieiflsf or Qther ValuableSjin one pf these boxes j. APPtr ro Tercmlo. SIANDARDBANR OF CANADA Banking Facilities The Standard Bank of Canada is equipped to extend' to Its customers every facility3 of'modern banking. "Money Orders, Credit and Travellers Cheques are issued atttl i Interest-bearing Savings Accounts may be opened at this? Branch the deposit of one dollar and upwards Capital and Reserve Acsels over LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, 315, 13th Street N. 6. F. BLETCHEK. Manager. El THEROYALBANKOFCANADA INCORPORATED I rr.T'lONS Havin CQUUEOl lUflO WMt 70 Branches threughont Canada ssd the anfc possesses M an for handling collectioBr with economy and despatch. NEW YORK Paris July 31 outcome of the recent debate senate on army organization and administration was ftat the army committee was in- structed to subtjiit a lull report on for material vn the -reassembling oi parliament in October i The minister ol wa', in replying to the ehatees made bjs. M Humbert, admitted that all ttiat might have done toad not been' accomplished From 1300 to Germany had siiCTit on her army, as with France Prom 1W to Per many bad n fended' while France Sari spent From 1911 iij 1013 Crcrmany.had socrit JnO, France Flfc tu J the end oi 1917 she will hau 3- Ciermant has at present H 870 a" distinct superiority In heavy Calibre weapons. Tlie ,75 mm. gun ol French army was superior the (Sorreaponding in. Germany EltortS Were being made Ho incieafc tfo stock ol shells. Experiments with Alfalfa Timothy-Alfalfa Timothy f.o.b. Every bale guaranteed by through then own sales office. Farm Products W J LLOYD 1017 provcrawit In this respect. Five guns: number ;