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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE, D'AltY HERAtfc THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914 ttbe ftcralb Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES ileJ.Tored, per year..... by mail, per 3ear by mall, per year.... TELEPHONES Office 14.0 3.0 1262 Editorial Office.............. W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Busiuess Manager COAL AND OIL Is there oil where there Is coal? Brnhfi experts say while "others answer .emphatically "yes." The ex- .parts of aie British government are advising them to purchase an Eng- lish" coalfield to USB for distilling oil for the nary. There is said to be 'a dbaifleld Dear a naval base from it is estimated that about 000 tons of oil could "be obtained in a According to English papers, a dis- tinguished petroleum technologist ihos that the Admiralty have had the', subject of the purchase of n coal mine for distilling oil under consid- eration ever since it has been shown lhat there is a commercial basis for 'the distillation process, and there need besio surprise a coai- fiftla. Ldke most government depart- ments, the Admiralty prefers to see isrivate enterprise undertake the in- itial experiments and losses..In Great Britain ahout million tons of tar are annually produced by the destree- distillation-o" coal. If all colce "evens were fitted with toe necessary recovery plant this quantity could be largely increased. From-coal-tar about gallons of benzol are an- nually recovered, of which gallons remain. in the old country, feeing used, to some extent, in the mctor car industry, which is now be- The Ctrrakngay Sun inter Stftoit ttt-e province the mineral.righta on all roads in the provlnca. Have you noticed any fumes of wet gas coming from the badger holes oa the road leading to your place? You'had hotter be on the lookout" But why overlook the gopher The evidence" divulged concerning certain clubs tn the Edmonton police Investigation should warrant the Pro- vincial government in cancelling the licenses immediately. Social clubs should not be gambling joints and drinking places primarily. When they >ecoiue such their HewBnes should be cut off. The Edmonton investigation is es- tablishing the need.for independent direction of tie police force in that ity. W-hat is required is a police ommission, such as we have here. Aldermanic dictation Is most harmful o-a police force The Medicine Hat Times remarks: 'Viewing from' any angle the citizens t Medicine Hat must concede that Borden administration did this ana -its people a suostantial ser- ice "when it decided that the country hbuM come to the assistance of the Canadian Northern and when they urned a deaf ear to the suggestions hat the duty on wheat should- be re- toved. .The former meant at least nother railroad and the latter has o far -brought two new flour mills to j the city." Of course the Times' view if Medicine Hat benefits, the rest of the country can go to blazes. PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE; BUSY MAN The "Banish the Bar" issue In On- tario brought the religious denomina- tions close together. At a great meet- ing in Masse? Hall last week Rev. Father Minenan, a Roman Catholic priest, presided, and on either side of him were 'ministers of all denomina- tions as well as Liberal and Conser- vative temperance laymen. Tie witty has a CUB toms -port of entry. Gold cloth vestments valued a were stolen from Holy Rosary Cathedral tit Keglua, Reeve Freeman Campbell, of Te- ciunseh township, has been appoiutea county engineer of Bimcoo county. Rev. H. M. Merrill' of Nashville Tenn., Is the new president of the International Sunday School Assoola :ion. Dan Gushing, aged 26, of Fergus, was drowned while-under the influ- ence of liquor, according to luest verdict. A memorial tablet to the sailors who perished' in the November, gale was unveiled at tho Port Arthur Sail ors' Institute. Westley Padley, oiler on" a steel steamer, crazed by heat in the St Clair River, attacked the engineer with an axe, then-took a fit and died Arthur ATcCutcheonj aged 19, was perhaps fatally injured in a toiler ex- plosion at the residence of. his father, J. W, JfcCutcneon, Oshawa, The steamer Otonabee, crowded with excursionists bound, for Barrie, caught fire around the smokestack and there was a panic until the blazs put out to utilize benzol. Tars, if not too viscid, cun be used .for the Diesel chairman got off a very good remark type engine without the process ot recUScation, and in tbis respect the coalfields of Great Britain contain of oxygen compounds slightly reduces the calorific value. ''The whole added the au- thority mentioned, "turns on the ex- tent to which crude oils can be util- ised, and if there is any doubt in that direction, tlie Admiralty would 'be bet. .ter advised to purchase a .belt of oil- beflxing shale, such as the. Lothian near Rosyth in Scotland, and the Klmmeredge shales, near Port- iand In Dorset. The oil obtained from this latter-source has unfortunately a high sulphur content, which renders it -unsuitable -Tor naval purposes. Ef- forts are being made by government experts to eliminate this sulphur con- tent, it is not unreasonable to iiope thev may succeed." We if around our coal fields there' possibilities like some of f these m the Pnghsh coal areas. If so fas future possibilities of Southern yp Alberta wonld be greater than the moet optimistic ever iiaagined. Calgary trill have the International ed to have Rer. John McNeill, of Ccoks'B Presbyterian chnirch, and Rev. Joha McNeill, of Waimer 'Road Baptist church, sitting at his side, and Father sMInehan termed them "John tho Evangelist" the Baptist" If the banish, the 'bar cam-j palgn did not get any further than to bring the great denominations to- gether-it will have served a good pur- pose. Dr. William Spurgeon, a relative of the ..famous 'preacher, was lecturing tn "Winnipeg last week and in the course oi his remarks answered the question, ''What is the difference be- tween a Liberal and a as fol- lows: "A Liberal is a man who has a vision and sees the possibility of its being fulfilled. A Tory never has a vision, -but tie has a creed, which is belief in everything. 'As it was in the beginning, is uoiv and ever shall 'be; world without end. Amen.'" That's quite to the point and shows bbe English visitor knows what fee is ;aIMng Mrs. Tcnson, an aged woman, who had .refused to move when the C. N. R. line was built through, her faim near North Bay, was lulled by a train while hanging out ciothes. The Ontario West Shore Railway will he at once advertised for sale by the four t municipalities fnterested, who also urged that the attorney gen- eral's department make more effort to locate J. W. Mbyes." Considerable interest has been aroused br the announcement the 'The Beverage that Not simply a thirst quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just the purest, most health infusing spirit that has ever been produced. Wolfe's Aromatic Schiedun chnas Taber Celebrated in Good Old Style as a "pick-mie-up" tonic and most benelicial in its effect on the Uyer, itidneys and other organs. Vastly superior io ordinary Sk Hundred at Coaldale Doings iQNTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE CONTINUED PROM.FRONT PAGE Best Best Taber tcl. Dcst Comic VoriOr- mjin. Hist Mounted Heat Dressed School LETHBRIDGE SPEAKERS Immediately after the parade, were made at the grounds by Dr. J. E. ;Wright, Commissioner and J. B. Wilklc, each speak- ing on the subject of Canada. The children's foot races .came nevt and the Herald regrets to states that it was., impossible, to. obtain a list of the.prize winners; AFTERNOON PROGRAM Tho afternoon program started out with the farmers', foot.race J. Carr first arid (T. Varrow, second. Men's, sack Vnrrow. Thread and needle Carr. In the 100-yard dash J. Meyers, of Taber, beat out G. Campbell, of rnond, kid who hai a promising fu- Uiro on UK dUnaqHl, pitched his first of ball, and lie did remarkably well. He kept a cool 'head, bad plen- ty ol speed, and succeeded in retir- ing a good many ol Magrath's heav- iest" sluggers. If Raymond did noth- ing, they discovered a new pitch- er.- Thompson :wn8- on- the- mound for the Garden City, but did not come across with liis usual assortment Ifo was bit pretty hard, Blumel, fo grath, played stellar hall, knocking a homo run and two three-baggers Card picked a homer out of b's riv- al's offering, making the best hit for KajiuonJ. The field work of both teams was good with the exception of a few bcciehead Norton, Ray mond, umpired The Sugar Citj eleven carried off the honors in the soccer game The icat was intense and plajing was hard Notwithstanding, it was fought, although the visitors had more science 'and. slightly outplayed their opponents The score was three to one, Magrath's goal being captur I id in the last part of tho second lalf. Magrnth was crippled bi the absence of Phillips and Peterson T locking plajoil goal for the home cam, and had consiileraiile hard luck Lcthbndge, about three inches ot feelings preiaileci, and Fat man's Branson. j everyone was happy. C. Fryer refer- Baby child was estl tlle match the winner. There were a number or run- in tie 220-yatd dash J. Meyers fought hard agaijist Campbell, who won" tho first heat, which was pro tested and run again. M. Dunsworth of succeeded in beating out both of them, with Campbell sec- ond. High of Lethbridge, Dunsworth of Lethbridge. ning Broad jumpr-Pearson, Campbell. Bonnell, of Lethbridge, easily won urnished amusement and excitement to last the out A par-jthe run icularlv qraerj _and captious steed laterest and excitement was ceased when the chase for the greasy pig began. G. Farrow succeeded om the C P. R leach-made forms as corralled for the purpose. He engagement; of the Earl of Eustou, the eldest surviving son of the Duke of Grafton and Miss Edy-the Have- mever, youngest daughter of the late Henry Havemeyer, of New York. She is reputed to have a iicceeded in piling one rider, Oscar aMdec, knocking hini unconscious, it he was later conquered by Tom oin, a well known rider from Tur- i. The Ladies' Aid of the Coaldale rcsbyterian church, did the catering :d great credit is due for the man- er in which it was done; Mrs. H'. awson, president Mrs. Mitchell and .rs. Suggitt, vice-presidents, Mrs. Lefler, secretary, and Mrs. Haley, I 'treasurer, were largely, responsible for the good things to cat, and every, member of the Aid was on -hand to catching the porker. FOOTBALL GAME Taber set the S. 0. E. team down with a beating of 6 to nil in asched- uled: league game. It is needless to say that the Taber boys had it all thtir own wav turougiluuL the game. The forward line was fast and the backs were stonewall. The S. 0. E. seemed to be playing in awfully hard luck. Lethbridge again met their Water- loo iu the baseball The Taber intermediates are a fast bunch "of players and gave the Knox team a help make things go. The ladies to the tune or 1B-7. The ized S195. Fireworks displaj-s wers the teat-lire in t-he eveniugt a.iitll when the last rocket had'gone' ..skvward, everyone adjourned to the 'dance hall, Vhere the terpsichoreau pastime was dulged in until the early hours July. 2. The winners. of -the. events are lOliOWS winner; was .presented with a suitable prize, all the prizes heing donated by mer- chants. H. A. Suggi'tt, A. L. fortune! w- W. Hoheysett, P. G. Nor- score indicates the class of ball that was played. Sang went in for Leth- bridge and lasted 7. innings. He was badly batted, but. .the support ac- corded was accountable for the loss of the game. "Shorty" Williams pitched a good "game for Taber. The line-up cf.; Layton, c.; Pearson, Sb.; Bodie, lb.; .Tuflaml, ss.; Russell, It'.; Cragness. rf.; Hams, p.; Nickles, 3b. c.; Hansch, lb.; Sang, p. and 3b.; Dunsworth, races pulled off Ml the horses were oiincd by Wagrath and mond men. The judges were Alderman Stoddard and Mr Raymond Knight Following is a list of the winners in the var.ous events a 30 Trot or A Sillier, 1 Fred Kurren, 2, R Barker, 3 3 mm i-Mils dash, 1 Barter, 2 1; J Farran, 2 Pouv H Bmgham, 1 J Farrani 3. 1 Kmzie, 3 PREMIER AWAY A oiy HOLIDAY Ottaw.a, Ont., July Sir Robert and Lady Borden have left for Halifax and Grand Pre. Hon. Frank Cochrane today resum- ed the'administration of his depart- ment. He has- been away from It most of the time since. February on- account of ifl health. Mr. Coehrane spent-several weeks in the Old Coun- try, und-'since-returning has beeu In northern Ontario. health is very much better. Louis-Ccderre-also came home today from a .trip as far 'west as 'Cal- gary. Ha attended the French con- fess at'Prince Albert, Sask. Hon. L. Pelletier alto .psM._a flying visit to woman. T10R in THEJPCH .etely Removed When Took "FruMes" NKWBURY, April 4th. 1913. "Some years ago, I was eick in bed, and thought I was going to die. I bud a growth m my itouiach, which the doctors aald was a Tumor they said that the only thing to do was to go to the hospital and have the tumor cut out. I dreaded an operation although both doctors said it was the onlj cure. I said I would die before being operated on. At this time, my snother in Alvinston sent me some "FruU-a-tives" induced me to try them as she had heard of another woman who had been cured of a similar growth IP atoouch by taking To please iny mother, I began to tike "Fruit a-ttvcs" with the happy result that they cured me. I have hot been to see a doctor since and iny health it first class. I recommend Fruit a-twca" every time I get a chance and I will be glad to have you publish this letter as fiomepther T'omau may now be a sufferer front the same trouble will cure her" MRS. A, MCDONALD. goc a box, 6 for trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt'of prict By Fhut-a-tives limited, Ottawa.' the capital today, returning to Que- bec In the afternoon. The Premier expects to spend about a fortnight In Halifax, and on his re- turn it will be decided definitely whe- ther or not he .will take a western trip. BLACK HAND WARNING FOR COL. SAM HUGHES Ottawa, Out., 'June Sam Hughes, minister, of militia, was tba recipient today through mall of a larmless looking envelope, which, lowever, contained a" dire warning. In: the envelope was a black hand care- ully cut to the.Bhape and colored1 with red ink. In the.'ua'iui -of the hand, traced round in red ..were the words 'beware." The Colonel -appeared little, perturb-' ed at .the message of. "I have been shot at too. many times ;o be scared at said he. The letter contains upon it an Otta- wa .postmark, and the black hand has been traced from a-very small-original small as to appear like' a ___- _______. _________, of between and ton Ed- composed the j 2b.; Camp noli, 3b. and cf.; BonnelL committee .m charge of the celebra- ]f.; Williams, and p.; Livingstone before then. Sir James Wiitney chided Ontario clergymen for advocating "Abolish the Bar" from tbe pulpits. Rev. John McNeill of Cooke's Presbyterian Sunday School Convention, in 1920. If j church did not accept this view. Ac- jthe oil .craze keeps up it will need .it j cording to the Toronto Globe he said: "I'm sorry Sir James interfered with us declared the big Scot, we're kittle cattle." (Roars of cheers and laughter.) For himself he could not be tied up to the pulpit He sympathized with Hugh Price Hughes' view that proof of the super- natural origin of Christianity was the fact that It- had survived so much of the pulpit He did not like the thought of the pulpit as a painter's "study from still "with tho dear, good man wending and winding away, Sir James on another and talking away to nice, decent, quiet folk, mostly women, get- ting qudeter and Quieter and quieter until you can. almost .hear them purr-r-r." (Prolonged cheering and laughter.) j Lack of moisture Is ruining the hay crop and endangering grain crops in Quebec province. So you see there are other parts of the country that don't get rain when it Is needed. Ontario we are told Is a highly mor- al "province. The result of Monday's elections and the fact that the re- turning officer in Frontenac could only buy 22 bibles in Kingston city, when lie required 19 more for use in the polling booths, is proof to the oeatrary. Before the Ontario election Hon. 'George P. Granam said: "If the ie-f ptronae people vote as they have talking for the last ten years, then Mr. Rowell will be Prime .Min- ister. If not, then temperance is ttawry, not principle." Verily it is a'thewy. Tfca Torento Star says: "The peo- 9le ot object to Alta. as an abbreviation. Col. George Ham, the C. P. R., Trio was in town yester- day, that the name of the prortnca fba changed to Ollberta, no ttet tn ftWrevlation of the name will slgnlflcant" "Watch Ca3- approve of this Edward Island is almost ptite MrtcJfW. A doctor, In a rush to patUnt, trKTelted over the road be- twwn Ciujlftttetown ana AJberton in awUx to prohibited territory jfor untortts and tho hiland la so agi- that It U likely to blow up and Iteelf aw Oulf of St.. John 'Black, an aged -retired farmer of Guelph, could not stand the excite- ment consequent upon the election. Ho was in Sam Carter's committee rcoms when it was announced that ilr. Carter was elected, and without a moment's warning he fell and ex- pired. Death was due to heart fall- Rer. Albertie S. RhUUpa, who has been pastor of the Unlversallst par- ishes at Bast and North Montpelier, Vermont, for three years, ias accept- ed a call to the parishes of Olinda and Blenheim, Ont. Miss Phillips is said by friends to be the, first woman io occupy a Univeraallst pulpit an On- tario and the second to be called to a (pastorate in Canada. The dispute between Senator. N. A. Belcourt, K.C., of Ottawa, and Mrs. j Belccurt, has been settled to the sat- isfaction of both parties, out of -court. The settlement has -been approved by His Lordship and duly signed 'by him, s. Belcourt had entered a claim for alimony against her husband, and he tiad a counter-claim for the return of his three boys. By the terras of the settlement Senator Belcourt ,is given the custody of the children, and it Mrs. Belcourt desires to live apart 'rora -her husband, ample provision in the way of financial support wil made for her. tion. Winners in the sport events': Free-for-all running Felie- tier, J. Snowden. Girls' pony Rogers, Miss Coin. Pony race, free-for-all Bonnell Drinkall. Slow mule Stake Goin. 100 Yd. dash, ter, Sinclair. Baby contest Elizabeth Stott, Lewis Rogers. 50 Yd. Ladies' Rogers. Boys under 15 years, 50 ter Emhe. Girls under 15 years, 50 Rogers. Boys under 12 years, 50 yards Norman Desmore, Ed. King. Ladies' hobbieskirt A. Owen. Boys' sack Mitchell. Men's sack Carpenter. Ess Owens, Mrs. Brown Egg race Honeysett. Pack Carpenter, ss.; Mathers, rf. Score by innings Lethbridge 1 035 .........105 010 7 A dance in the gymnasium wound up the affair. A good number were present aud spoke highly ol the mu- sic and floor. Taber hospital had 'Tag Day.' All over the grounds the young ladies were tagging. The amount collected is not known, but judging from the number of tags a tidy sum was col- lected. FIERCE FIGHTING Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Ireland, July 1. volunteer forces, Ulsterites and Nationalists, came into collision here last night, and fierce fighting follow- ed. Several civilians and were injured. The disorders were quelled by a constabulary charge, hi which batons were freely used. SALT he Houiehold Remedy coai, coke, or wood. Large feed doors make firing easy. Water pah is filled ___without removing. See the McGlary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Geo. E, Dtxon Co. in-Screw Magnlflcont New rftcamcrs "A'NDANIA" "ALAUNIA" "ASCANJA" "AUSONIA" CRANIA BiiltdinB) One-Class (H.) Caliln ami Third CIiWJi pimCRirrs only arc carried. The One-ClttSH Cwliln accommodation Include: Verandah Cafe, Cymiiflhlum, 1 'rom c nodes, Hmukinff Kown, Drawing Hoom, DInitie Saloon, Library SPaclous SI al or Services also between Now York. Mcdjtnrruncun. n. Adrfntlc. fjverponl. New Yorft, tnard, Liverpool, Thn Fan tent Paaaentar nnd Jtail Service In tho world. AQU1TANIA LUSITANIA MAURETANIA For Information apply to any Rullway or SLenmnhlp Agent, nr THE CVNAKD iSTKAMHIIII- CO.. MMITKO 30'( MAIN HT., ;yjNNH'E i f 1 j MMITKO T I 30'( MAIN HT., ;yjNNH'Efl. t'-> 9. MitQhall, Agent, Ltthbrldge. Magrath People Showed Loyalty CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The program was most excellent in every detail. Jlr. R. W. Guess the oration, speaking eloquently oE the status of the "Dominion today, of her remarkable development in the past and of her bright and promising future. This able efiort was punctur- ed with applause, the large audience manifesting their devotion to the Empire in no uncertain way. The complete program was as follows 'The Maple Leaf by the J. L. Finlayson, chaplain. "Oh, by the choir. W. Guess. Contralto Jliss Elya Heap. Original "M. Hacking- Ladies' in the Wood- trained by Miss Sue Staccy. Vocal William Vaughn, "The Death of and on bo- ing vociferously applauded, respondco with "Brittania." Mandolin Miss Bess Greene. Benedict "God Save the choir and congregation. The sports in the afternoon began at two o'clock. People from all over the south flockeil to the Exhibition Park. The grand-stand was packed to its full capacity. Refreshments were supplied by a special commit- tee, and tlisy riid a flourishing busi- ness throughout the whole afternoon. The sports were in charge of the gen- eral chairman, W. H. Ilindloy, and Matkln. The first event was a baseball game twten- the old rivals, Raymond and Magrath. It was the best exhibition of ball seen in the south this season. The score was 12-13 in Magrath's favor. Both teams played glUrcdgo liall, and In terns t was tewe during the entire licet! ;