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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FBBUUAKY 13, 1911 LETiinitinnu DAILY HEHALO PAGE FIVE LIBERAL RALLY AT IFOH Messrs. Stewart, Gariepy, and Wool! Deal With Questions I of llie Day PRESIDENT GILMORE CARRYING AROUND CHEQUE THAT SIZE KOR R. B. WARD C'lrvehmd. O., I-'eli. is job in (be- Federal tor nmuaj'ct ot the Brooklyn eltiH. levying Cleveland for C'hi- lalu last nfehl, President (iil- diurc swl "I tarry a (Sri.QdO clioi-k in pocliet from 11. II. Ward, ijackijig the Hraoklyn fluh, for K'CiCcl.11 ]Joiic.slctK were Irving tn trit tmlay u-hiit was inciitit liy K lengthy .L'hfci'Hicc liere bi'Uveen atiil I'ic.siiiciit C-. tiumers ot the olndnls o! the Tulcrln i.sscjciation club. AH I'Uncd io talk. transfer to C'levt'lain! of the Ihil- j Oltawas, kilci Federal league ttnncliisn looked I--------------------------------------------------- like a dcrinlte powiiljilily today. .M, SEATON FOR THE FEDERALS F. Hramlcy, local capitalist, Hmlolh- Chicago, 111.. Feb. Sca- TE1DEFEHTEO PLAYED AT PINCHER CREEK ON SOFT WAS CLOSE I'mcher Creek, Fch. hip; lurti- mil cf the KishUnrn ir.lk utroinjiun- j led Fishhuiii llurfcey train to I Imvu on in ilny last. The weather turned verv jnilil Urn Jrc was TO SE11LE NATIONAL LEAGUE MAGNATES LEAVE CASE IN HANDS OF PRESIDENT (Special Correspondence) .Mrtgratti. Alberta. Fett. H 3 auJiu-iii'.c of ri-iirt-scnl of [ho dhirict. A 1'icinicr Ctnii'cs Mun. irlrj fJaricjiy, .Minister of 1 Thr s'ual i times thu tl.i- mid nc of 11.c s ig hfavy jmr! New Yotk, Vf-h. ci of Pennsylvania, IUTS- Nuliotinl league, li.i-i with ahbbtute auilscriu- case ot Charles Mu tbe 'Chicago many in uoll [mail rs o e -.H GERAflO-A nnicli-talkuil-r, -WJK f-ni dicrln i fcolball ami hookey w, i 'J i, u i coucpriiDd -de- 1 ami padiUcr. who recently made -ilr'. j ilobut as a jjro. liockty player 1UC: "'ws i co'iterred at length wsionlav with 1'iesiitcnt Gilnimc of tlie Federals. H is Tumornt hero that should IJie J-Vderals invaiio- Cleveland, CJiailic Kciuiei'R, owner ot the C1 Level and Ain- tlie "Feds.11 from a National I the statement at he, as president ni owners with exuu .nr.il that ho hail Ciov, Tenor. i When Juimscn a I league decided to JUea. and Mr. MiirlLn Woolf, M.IM'. i tor Cardston rldhiii, ycsterdaj' af- 'ternoou, n a ck-nr, lucid and coin- exposition or tin- prltici- hu K. ifSfalfttiou at iho list lent (if iKC of tliu bonen in Llit1 imprests tke a yr! cultural of the i-settle the province, rwl jutting frnm ihe LuLjiIiy of the w-irmth and esiitiualuKm with which iho flear-tiKt rid dressy: wfre recciv- sie oyt today l-rilip-raifsni find the SlfUiu ailinin- u- -inun-C aiter, j Mratirm have lost nmio of their sup- .tnlmsnu thai'port nr vitality in Ibis district. American lea-' Ueforo tho nipotin-j; a uy of his dub j lion May nffecicd. Jnbn II. Tinner he- necessary, oiitliuslnstki.lly ro-Hnipd to the ii the fresEiIenoy, an umitninlly f trout; American Tho Cabinet unavoidable rea ministers, owing liiiy last Tuesday, ltt the ri.sk KI'.I- uar un .Mnr- rlvhtjr, nmi it was after frv.n- l Kisblmni jhrcahing ofi fricndLy rolutin year with the Phlliv j OBSTACLE- FOR BROOKLYN FEUS Superintendent or Bulldingi Oe- manda Concrete Foundations for Stand at WaaliJngton Park Grounds (on, :lelphia -N'alioualB, slisnnd today jiitch Cor tbo Federal1 league, iuinouiicntf fi'om heniltujhrters, nicnt -.s-ith President UiiKer riiMadG'.j'lila club. to was j jj point tover resit io yncri rnu-r nMiip K. Winn TneJipr. The spectators are (he N'atiarial Marcellus was sealed, accord.n when tbe chairman first -speakt-r, Mr o'clock a3 Murphy's s.ato member, well Woolf. s ilir- The ilier MarcciliH ticians. The Nafior.jl Ir.igue promptly ln poli era, -vas cordially received, and well VETO THE BILL lnsloii. DC., I'cb. nt Wilson'n veto ta fur Iho Itunieit Imtni- hill If il con- tar.tltt much cd Hlitf-ra.'y lest. Can't Do Without Thorn Old Hlls tht oclj Migsthat teep lin well. tJi.'tn the dravc famillrifi of tljf.t iiro rnlrCKI- 1 jr.: lialJ and Uiniily jn-atilM." Tim read simw- I ng tlio [j re eminent nf Ijcrtu In tlie inatcer of expt'inlUmo f educational Minister of Public Works j 03 the Hon. Slew- art n wrist comir.Gnilalilp ep'ort. J Slater came to time with il.e Mow at (heir remarks closely. Murphyism by Johnny Kvets; Martin Woolf amlii'iicp fnllowmg McCMUiid away from him. Hy tlrs action Mxir- Mr. MToolf snlrf (hat of McCausIaml sustained a of about tho meeting was to give liis constit- ,000, it is figured, Kvcr.s' release in oprorhinHx- of hearing scir.e- ice for gooil rash would 1iavc iiH ted at least j thjnE opporlunitj- to see an- Quo, while Sweeney Perdue, if "f other BHM between I wo J in .he martet coulJ be poseti of lor about iy.OlJO each. JtB-jb, i ilonse. Epsslon, he hclieving this to duly of evf-ry nietnupr of (ho A close relntlon snoirltl ex- Nev.' York, N'.Y., Feb. IS. ing lo I'. J. Carlln, auperintcndont of. bnildhigs in Brooklyn, tho Fcilurals1 j [icw crnundjj at park con- I not he built wlihin two mouths, as jilainiPd. Carlin said loilay that'tho AV'ard company -would not bo pcrtnitt- ct lvas 'ielf' fit to UEC the old tone rote piers on on Tuesday evening tho wooden stands were built TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR track- PL AYING RIGHTS AT HEN- OERSON PARK A meeting of Lctlihridgc Crick- of the "Grand park, reported that the commissioners suggested that Hie fouthall, cricket and base- ball teams get together amicably arrange their plavine space- at ilie ____i. _ j, j, f it park so {hat the sports would not interfere with each other. The Hi Mr. J. H. IMlmrc in the chair. "ill endeavor fo the at a No- cct thai a fails to ot sports- by Ebbets' sixteen yoara ago. The committee appointed to meet the 1Iirse arrangements ar.i! mce.i The fire laws the- consliuc- city comniissioTiers fix- comtiifssioncrs suggestion; lion of concrete and steel standB com- "ig of a pHc-h ici 11 ir centre of ttse dale. league's resolution, adopted veniter, ]9l2, to the e ceprescntativc of a club live up to rnanship or condii'ct.s jetriniPnl ot tlic club owners will be excluded from the lea- giw's councils, will lie the basis for Murphy's trial, EU tlie story '10 "0ilM bo staled that hi. purpoEO was not lo servo Tjiheral or Confer- jvativp, but to serve the people a i TvhoJc. After uraling with a nmn- her of the at some on the matter As. jtar.k is in InnO (6 depth of forty feet 1 "_, Carliti snid tlmt otHlrely nei? fouutla lions would bo necessary. I According to builders, concrete not. be iinnred until the Iruat Is out of the ground, nuii Jsisk of con- thfi nnw fitondB wrA taKR at leasL four ivceks. jnirst be ordored six ireeks tit ranee, and the of thR stmids wonlil rcnniro two months or longer. JUST A WORK-OUT Medcine Hat, Alberta, Key, Medicine lint hockny loam defeated n conibjjiniiori of Tahcr nml Bow Island liockoyists, 19 (o G, in whfit proved a. good work-out for lliu total championship aspirants. STAHL IS THROUGH Former Red Sox Manager Will Nol Try to Come Back It was decided I0 holJ a dancf and fri cohi.Vction with the club ai I Hie K. P. hall nn Tuesday, April I Mtb. The fbmmittcc am "Already working har.l to mate Hits a success, nnd uill he assislcil hy n. committee. 1 of ladles. crickctcrR of I.eth- j bridge Lave r.flver chained entrance to at their Chicago, jll.. Feb. (Jjikp) Slahl. forjtier jjJlot of (bo Unaton Red SoXj today (lady ilcn- led that he had received ;iii oEfer to n Voder.il club to lie placed1 in Brooklyn next season. He further hta'.uJ thui IIG would rot cnnsitler an offer to maimgo that or any oUior team. "Yon can say for nm that I lisivo retired from saiil Stahl today. "Tl.at means Tain through. It was dcchlnl to arrange tho first I inn r.nL cotne to attcmnc any niatcll at early in May I and to invite Mactcod as tho oppos- inq tearn. v LOCAL COMPETITION Question of School Grants aaltl: "Tlln Conservatives, j ttculfxriy our own Dr. Sln-.vn.vt of trtiinpsto-I tlie alarming I report that tbo government was de- I moralizing-. tlie school system of the jirovlncp. The doctor even do dared 'that ive lacked in In t ores t In rt-spo-H to Hie proper education of the youth of MIP province: and [he stranpf1 about It Is this, gentlemen: he inspired Ujo ronfideti'-p of tii< I'idience by tho sdnjuo style nf his speech. It was just what aenriihlp met; as hi- clearly explained tho basic mlnoiplrs of several of inuih-diRmFBfd at the last Mr. Stewart said, in part: "1 am nol here (o deliver u political lo- rlay, Sui rather tn tclJ .vnu SDjr.otliiiip of tbe matters of interest in fio lie affairs of this provincp. So f-r us tlit- Liberal parly is arc- not worrying. Prior to the elec- (Ion our opposition frleuds crcdiclcd i our ultt-r defeat in the south. Wed. j on Beattenien know "ho lost in tlie cities, nit tlir. frirminc; ccnailtnencles is rail- ed heavy in favor of clean a dm fills- tration. Wo, tborefore. bnlleve It no to devote a pood share of at- tention to iho fiticultural interests of tho province. Slngfe Tax "The government bns been bitlerb' lEalled on thft Inauguration of the single tax. Tint tbo opposition i-lca Is groundless when The baats of single tax is sound and cnl, ay.d is tho only Benribtfi aysloni to follow In the UDbulldinp of a.com- monwealth. True, some distress aiul burden bns been felt In some towns. You have towns -which, most bertans, are, ambitions nml and tn their race for commercial and industrial proKUgo, tl'.ey contracted enormous municipal deli 15. Well, the; new system was surunp, and those towns received a jolt. Probably, it was a little sxiddcn. And that Jo't lias caused towns to stop and nonder, anil I am convinced tbnt in llmo it will adjust Itself, ;md be a ns I am convinced that the basic principles of tho are sound." Increment Tax Ml'. Stewart then revertrd to the Kami .Machinery bill, tho unearned in- crement tax. mid public works. He FRENCH RIVP.R, Out. "Enclosed please find for kindly mca lox GIN ai 1 don't feel tint I can remain long without some of them in tbe I find them so Hint if 1 am out of C-IX Itic bouse Ei-titJi lo lie aU wroiiR SfiiJitlmw. Kindly send pills by rt-iuru mail." RICHARD llA.Mr.yx. If you have tronMc in niNF' VIIJ.S in yonr ivHie dircci to us, enclosing UK; regular retail piic'x, jjoc. n box, G for fa.50, aiiil will fill your order by return mail, al Uie Aline yon the r.f a iHdTliy dc.ilcr handles GI71 1'il.LS. There is no other rtmrdy in the that acts nxjuickly av.il FO effectively ill in tlir ]Jncli, curing Kirlney nml SLOII or Incontinence of Untie and driving Rheumatism out oE the syEteni. Sample box free if you -write us, men- tioning this piper. National Ttnijr and of Cnnidn Toronfo. Blood Tablets purify and enrich (lie good for women and young girls, joe. a bos. 203 record lastuiave eight children, and Dr. Stewart IN HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE Storlrj of GcufoFt" ITI Ihc centre of Lticulicf Ituild'nit ECROPEAN PUN--SI per AMJaP paid dues for 19H, nnd that worth of c'rmiiisnout liad brcn orrlcred. Tbo [iiPEubrrship has; now reached oO. It was dcrhlnl to arrane tbo first comebaclr." To Our Many Friends And Customers: MAXWELL AND LUCCA TO i LIKELY BOX AT NELSON Maxwell Has Bout Coming Off at i Hosmer Saturday and Will Go i After Lucca Please fake urifioo, flinf on nurt after 19U, (lie under- signed Wholesale Dealers of tins city, liavc to (in rt'HIridly business. Plioae orders to be sent COLLKCT on DICTJ.VKKY only and inonOil.i -ac- counts will lie (lisconliniicd. l-Vrnio, B.C.. FPO. .Mas- oil Groat Falls, Mont., lost hard to CltarJpv Lucca nt Ilosslnml during iho rnnii- v.nl, is working hard daily in hono of i golthijj LI rotiirn bout at Xeleon for fa tlioupaiitl dollnra side Let. .Vox- wcYi is to box 1-Vnuk AfcCormnrk nt liosnipr on rcLnmry 21, and than to leavfi for Nelson to clor.e EirraiiRoincnta for tlie liout with Luc-1 iliroo clubs of en. Their Inst match created con- intercst in cunado, ns thtiy I Signed The Hudson's liay The C. Pagnuelo AViiie. Spirit Co. .7. 15. Kentcr. Wine and Spirit Co. I.etlilH'itlge Wholesalers Ltd. Tonight's p.m. vs. Hamilton. Simpson VF. Airrt. Boyd vs. Clark. II. -Scott vs. K. H.. 9 p.m. vs. T. Macli'txl. Klinn-.oiis is. Freeman. Vi'anless vc. Nelson, Skoitli vs. McNabb. Friday Night's p.m. Davidson VR. rrcomau. Bruce vs. Sificoy X. T. Madcod. Marra vs. Alvd. 9 p.m. Wm. Srotl Klaccy. Johnson vs. IlntnlUon. Kch-on Wales. 1 J down tho grants of t5ir city school jhut by so doing [undo it to mako substantial aporoiiruitions to- (In; npkceji of rural school. [station passed by llie LC Minister. Vly sail] (ho niii-lnno Interests of the country ImU tlirentpned to use (lie And T.-ho, I ask, is morp fiititTcd to j profits on worth of busi- ness in defeating the government If tlte jncichino -bill was esmctod. The eovornment Eiolied at tho Uireot, and tho yoople o( Alberta at last el- ection sho'.reil their approval by re- turriing them to pmver in apito oC the schemes ot UIG capitalistic designers'. "And we stand today as the frtenils of tlie people of this magnificent pro- vince." he concluded. Horf. Wilfrid The netv Minister ol MunlctpaUtSes was givei! an ovation, and htg pleas- ant, attractive manner, and the clev- erness mid fluency of his speeoh instant fr.ror. mild a glowing tri- bute to local member, ssiytng tlmt be was one of tbe most canahlc and rellahle members in ilio flonsu. -He spoke in a very happy mood, creating nno Jjnnrefsloii, Ills remarks dealt chiefly with tho formation of rural municipalities, and the public tiebt of the province. He also referr- ed briefly (n the settlement of the A. G. W. affair, com men cling the (rue stnlcFmnnsblp nru! (FIC( diaplayed in this instance by Premier Sifton. Tho Hon. A. T. Mac Lie An was pre- sent, hut did not speak. The maetlng enlivened by ealections frotti the Citizena' hainl. Tho Innovation of Mr. Woolf indeed proved a popiiin.'.- movement, nnd the electorg now foe! greater confidence and aro more- en- lightened in the affairs of tho Gov- ernment of tho province. aro both fiontpstnnts for tho Canad- Inn liRhLwclglit cimninlonship, which is hold by Frenchy Vaise. Maxwrll bns fought two ilrawa wllli Vnlsc. unil Is confident of Iw.itdiR- hotii Lucca anil Vriiso, A linrd UOHL is pxppctcd when fatcc.i and Afnxwcll fca tn action, na 1 (heir last 0110 was tlio most f-c-iipa- Hoiml snrn In Itrillah Coluni'j'a hi yeare. NVIsou nnd I-'ernic fire bJd- Idlntj for (he nmtob, but both inoti Ta- I or NVlson. Rinks From Thci-e 1s n tronliy up for com- called tho Cadilise Challenge, the Crow's Xcst Cnrlir.fr Letlilirlrtgo, .iJacleod. Tht; tronliy lies in f avtiviy Jiere, nud next Sn turd ay aftprncon four rinks from Tabor will Invaile tii.i riiy in an nttempt (o pet j pssscsslon of It. Tbo rules of tho troplty .iro tho club iiokUng the trophy niusL he iireparod to tie- fcml it wlihiu Iwonty-foLir 1 tours' Uoo or rt-'iuinish poasossion. SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Wnriderers n, Ontarios 3. Torotitos 4, 1. f'nnadifns 2, Quplicc 1. Knox A Defer. ted Baptists Last Night Two Games on Friday KTIPV '-A" defeated IJic llantisls in a hant R.IIHC last nigbl on Oie "V" floor by n score of 12-18. Tim first half was very close and exciting, the hemc IB-lo, hut, in the last half Kn.ov oijtrhissci! thr-ir opponents. Line-up Kr.ox "A" rosition Baptist IG Pricp 2 Forward 2 L. Dunsworth... 0 nonn''3l Sloan.. ,....1 H. (iuard nuiswortli..lC J lir. (luard fi 'Virtue TM11IB good health is as- sured by the, timely use of this well-known household remedy, which for over 40 years has helped to make both men and women health- ier, happier and more useful members' 01 society. The fiver is the body's filter. this la kept in good working artier tKe blood is pure, the nerves and tis- sues Eire properly nourished, result- in [j in a hearty appetite, a good dilation, refreshing sleep, a clear brain and a healthy body. Sparkling, Refreshing, Purifying, there n no simpler, safer or more agreeable tonic and apeKent than Eno'a ''Fruit net ing gently and naturally upon me liver. It may he taken as a healthful btveragc w'ith perfect aalety, and ila effects arc uniformly beneficial. Eno's never causes griping or wciikrjftsa, but genlly assists nature without depressing the spirits or lowering the vitality. 'Ordtr a boltlc TO-DAY from your dealer. J. C. ENO, Ltd., "Fru'it Works, London, England Sold in all (Ho principal towni and cities of Cnnada Agents for Canada: Harold F. Ritchie Co, Limited. 10 McCaul St, ;