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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGEFOUR THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALP SATURDAY, JULY 1914 "fcevato alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES year PeJly. by mail, per year i .Weekly, bj mail, per year.... ?4.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES i business Office Bditorlal Offlea W. A. Buchanan John Torrance .Managing Director Business Manager PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THK BUSY MAN A GREAT STATESMAN Joseph Chamberlain was a might factor iu Britain when he was in act :iye public life. Had -lie enjoyed good health iu later years he might have feen leader of the Unionist party. As 5t was be held a foremost place in the jiarty for some years. His tariff re- lorm policy was not accepted by the "party as a whole but he might have -the Unionists pronouncedly in .its favor if this health had not failed, Chamberlain was a great imperialist He saw in. his mind's-eye ah empire linked together ia trade and govern- ment and defence. No matter how much we might diner with his poli- cies and his ideas it must be acknow- ledged that lie was one of .the great public men produced by ,a nation "winch has been noted for its gifted Statesmen. Chamberlain began his public ca reer as a Liberal 'but left Gladstone oil tlie Home Rule question, though at one timeJwTwas an advocate of relief fcr IngHmd in this way. He was a fighter and since his severance relations with the -liberals -had j dead, beeu at times a bitter opponent o that party. One reason offered fo, failure to become leader of Un fiuoniEt party In his prime was tht her that he lacked the "blue blood, Avhich m times past had been counte( as necessary in order to be "a leader of ihib aristocratic party in fche oh land. However, democracy had been into the methods of the "Unionists in later years and Chamber might have reached the leader ship had his Jbealtfo not laid him aside from public service. There were 206 births 'in Jime id C-algary Three hundred and forty hew bridges were built ia AlberU in, 1913. New Zealand will adopt a language test to prevent the entry of Asiatics. John HHlijar, for GO years a resi dent oi' Bowtnanville, is dead, aged S4 c .Joseph Arlijpji of. St.. .Thomas vi drowned whtle slttramlng at Tort Stanley. T Spend your Vacation on the Ocean. I f r won't u much u l two weeki itty iamt reeort of "ceeloc" big ud each .way, it all it corti oh theCunard Line One Cibln (II) jSteanura from Montreal to London; Thli Includee iheila, puuge, evea Aeimer Jiul think what a (lortoua holiday will the .Evelyn jfurst, .two years old, at Chatham, choked to death iu ft spasm of whooping-cough Cans. Geary, :a prominent busi- ness man of St Thomas, Ont, is dead Clias R Bundle, lather of W B Ruedje, manager ot National Trust Co, Toronto is dead George Biale, farmer, was shot and killed at by Lee iun, restaurant 'proprietor CANADIAN SERVICE complete change of of the bother of ordinary lust eat, be waited upon and enjoy aelf both on tbe cteaaer ami abroad. And what a Mtirfmctloo it will be, next winter, to on the or "I went to England "I spent my.vacaticftioa the last ola A teadftl umbcr. old autcdoai oil ibl> _ The New 'Magnificent New York. Fiiheuud, Liverpool for 3251 paiKllgtn. Ml tftt loaf W ft. FROM NEW JW-Y 81ST, AUGUST 25TH, SEPTEMBER 15TH. Croat LarnA Ship, Ike Proved o 11 ponewen to oo BMnS Bight bttorfl Iftlllal FreMJd TTcXeta mm all oolQto a Lowort Ftlw. Ouy the ncvtat RUlirkrcrStcuuUDTIeKK SAMLAND J Julylft July 17 tr W. M, MACLEOD Agtnt 333 Main St., .Winnipeg, Alan. for the provincial Quill Saek. constituency I. WiMard, a young homesteader, was drowned in Buck Lake near We- taskiwm. He came from v Emerald, Ont E The widow of the late Rev. Dr. R. Burns. Halifax, at one time mod- erator of the Presbyterian General England: Amos jitpArthur, known far- mer residing at Kilhride, OnL, died as a result of'injuries received when he was kicked by a liorge. BEWI BETWEEN A'-LITTLE OIL, PLEASE.! The Toronto Daily Star pulls-this boner on its market pagef -where expects to get the truth. Rev. Father Kelly, pariah priest of Norwood, Ont, has-been transferred .o Parry -Sound and will 'ho succeeded by Rev.-Father Qalvin of Peterboro. Whole truth, and nothing. but- truth Miliioos In Geese Black foi farmers and-Calgary oil promoters -should fet.-a "few pointers 'roni the following prospectus- of a 50ose larm, which is taken from the World! Incorporate lor fwo jears only, with capital, Each goose lays an average of three or 156 eggs per year. Do'not sell any. but incubate them, thus raising in the first year geese. Statistics-show that-of-this, num- ber will be which will be sold, the original capital a geese. These will lay 156" which'will" he ir.cubste-d, giving at the end pf '.the THE LINE OF KNOWN SERVICE Silhnga from Montreal and Glai- jow Every Satunlaj'.- Large.r new asd fast; steamers, splendidly 'comfortably appointed LOWEST RATES Kates, Reservations and full'in- formation to be iad from any Halt- way or Steamship Agent, -'.ijra'lr rangements for travel to'or from Canada cheerfully made. H E Aaant, 349, Main Streetl Winnipeg second year ganders sold first "year, f total geese at.Si.50 each Toronto'Boara'of Trads will occupy dressed wb floors In the new Royal Bank sfcy- icraper. The' rental will be J16.000 ier year.' A." E. Fripp, a a possible chairman if the commission; which will admin- ister Ontario's new Workmen's Com-; sensation Act. MAKING GOOD CITIZENS To those of us who are anxious that our new citizens should develop into true Canadians, interested in Canada and tho Empire, and to our stitntions and the flag and all it repre- sents in free well enforc- ed laws and equality of citizenship, it is encouraging to note that Canada's natal day, July First, !s loyally cele- brated in those communities largely populated by people from othfcr lands, more notably the United States. It seems .to us that these communities obienc Dominion Day more regularly than -communities in which the Can- adian and British horn preponderate. It Is worth noting that amongst thti celebrations held on Wednesday most them were in districts largely pop- ulated with citizens who only a few years ago owed allegiance to other .countries. 'Not only did they cele- Jirato, but they had a place on the program in every instance for pat- riotic orations, ,ai.d the speakers found that keen interest was display- d in this part of ths program. We not need to worry about our new; Naturally they think well of their native land, but they are eager .to become loyal citizens of the coun- try of their adoption. They are ln; terested in our -public affairs; they ;want to know all about Canada and its institutions; they are Just as keen ;about our development and progress a part of the British Empire aa of our citizen's born under the Jack. Let those of us who ih'paet so much of Canadian and Hri- citizenship do our utmost to live 'and act so that our citizenship will -rocan in actuality all that we clnlrn Col. Lord Brooke may he the next inspector general for the- Canadian militia.- It was held hy General Cot- ton, up to the time of his death, and before that by General Otter. Fifty-seven gallons of f.iss TT June by the' St. Louis health department in 24 traps set in different parts of the city. A "pint" of flies-was-counted, and, .using this as a basis, ft was figured that flies were captured. John Pollock, proprietor of, the Golden West Hotel at Irvine, has sold out to F. B. Etter of the -Cypress Ho- tel for a consideration in the.neigh- borhood of The Cypress Ho- tel will foe run in future aa a room- Ing -house by L. Sing. This will com- bine the two licenses of Irvine. lir. and Mrs. Henry, Tuler of la Porte, Indiana, recently became es- ranged, action for" divorce being ;tha climai. 'The husband asked (or'CUB- .ody of' the child. The wife refused and, taking the infant, left the city. Recently child was received at the La Porte postofflce, coming by parcel post, 'Postage cents. The Ford automobile factory at De- troit 'Is To be doubled 1n site nt a cost of five-'million dollars. Seven new buildings, six atoriee high, will be erected, and a -power house which will hold-the largest gasoline engine n the world, coating Is also'planned. .With tho new additions tho Ford-plant will cover an area of 85 acres, making It Hie largest plant n the world. The present plant Is capable employing men. but j .ho now auditions, will.mako iu.pqi-' lo give Each goose will produce 2 Its. feathers, 000 Ibs. at S15 per ft. Byproducts V prs, ers at 60c. per pr. upper hills for buttons 000 lower' hills1 for .but tons at Ic. (upper bills bring the higher price because they already have two holes punqhr _' lie. each dozen goose 'J: quills for -toothpicks, at 20c. per doz. Less the original capital Less expense Leaving profits tor two years They never come back-.- a Aii Irishman was in the Herald Of- fice last Monday night conaoiinE with the editor about the re's'jlts of the Ontario elections. "D'ye he -said, that re- minds me'of the story: In the "Bugle." When tht giiy -got back to the Ark after the flood, the first question he asked was.: 'How'did the elections go "Arid the answer wafted country went wet.' r Not meaning to Infer, of course, that Ontario is still In the .Noah stage. Somebody's going ,tp suffer if the col. continues to. he. made the goat for these petroliferous oil near-Jokes. Wo- hail to stand for. this one .the othor tlay "Hello, Bill, is your oil well "Dunno, you'll have to Se-Gu'r." Hangman, take him away.! 'Sail right Here's a better one "Arc you going' to.'develop- your loldings "At once, and sooner H we can get somebody to "TI-IEIB" -HANTS .lady rang up on tho-'phono, the m Ontano On' getting the an- swer she waitW ,back "iVnyone talks; icmperancVSfter {his ought to" ;et .their pants kicked." And so say we (Special- to the' Denver, chemist working over .a receptacle containing. worth of radium, temporarily.: Host control of his. sneezer....When..he, re> IMJSE OP CANADA Foreign Excfcuge By far the most Ing way to make, remittances to Great, Britain and foreign countries is by Bank Drafts In the currency of the, 'payee's country We sell these at lowest current rate of Exchange, payable at par m any part of the world aRASSY LAKE BRANCH UTHBRIDGE-BRANCH B KING, Acting on TINNING Manager Of the new King, foruei Brince, who ascends the thro Ithough his father, UK old-King, it OTejred worth of radium w -I iey sa) oil and water won't mi 3lit the Herald correspondent dow t Boundary Creek sent up the -.the day that Mr. nd, "party of Ihrrf weie in thafdi water surrey. the truth'of the matter is t entloman with, the fiery handle is tl_ expert and nothing was furth nun kin mind than water. Oily ery smooth for ram and oil. Here Mieilnng stronger The North Lethbrrdge branch of tit C, T U was in session m tl liners' Hall, 12th St A N. on Pr "hen a wagon drove up to th and deposited two cases of pe ecilv good booze _ if Detective Itronfng had bee n the case, he would have made ou strong bnei against the W C 1 Imiies Circumstantial evidenc ou know, .The-ladies most strenuously den allegation. Now if pnly Came Nation had been I she would have dashed thef irits to the ground "It is only fair to the ladies to sa it the hot stuff was for a smoke the hall later in the day. NEGRO KILLS 't Escaped Twice Before Th' Week and After Murder Gotv Away a Third Time' BraiichvHle, July innings, killed. eight odie SroeB liirer with'-a shor handled.axe because he was suspect e'd They had charged-him with hoi-si thlstweek'swhen-arralgn ed at small to'wns the charge rived here today before ter the kHIlhg he was 'hii escaped from a train en'route to jail Posses are searching for him.. J. What This "THE SECRET OF FINANCIAL SUCCESS IS THE ELIMINATION OF LOSS' ;f, The business of the JJntlsh Can ,dhn Trust Company is to help build up and develop-.the. resources of the community. The investing of Funds. In REVENUE The proper administration of'-ESTATES and TRUSTS. protection, of-HOMES-by-, issuing FIRE INSURANCE policies. To You wo aflinu that the affairs, of the Compapy are managed 'by con- servative business men of knoan reliability their experience as- sures a faithful administration of all business entrusted-to their care and as an additional safeguard, the Company is compelled by law to file periodical statem'eritB of, its condition with the Govern- ment. The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Cenybeare Block Oe'o. W. Roblnwn, 'Mananer i juui.ii UU--IJP -CAauVf.MIHI -to nearly. I Mked how tho went 1 YOUK ESTATE WILL; Bii CONSERVED selecting an Eieoutor to find an Individual with the necwwry eiftrlvoce, time ind ability. Appoint a Truit Company as Executor of yonr will, lang experience has made careful and Investore. In our hands your ostate receive tho careful attention of experienced through speculation, offlclent admlnlBtratioh. Write for bur hooklet on The TRUSTS aad GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Adminlitntor and Official for Ilio Judicial Olftrlcti of LETHBRIDGE MACLSOB CALQAHY WETA8KIWIN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOOK WI1U, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policiet 1 toe otbeJ1 valuables in one of these boxes nnnazu DOOUUTION AWtt to ethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, INCORPORATED 1868 Capital Paid Up RsMrve Total AiseU TRAVELLERS- LETTERS OF CREDIT limed, alto TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES, available throughout World. DRAFTS m laid, drawn direct on our comiiondantl. alio BANK MONEY ORDERS. MONEY by totter or cabla. 'LETHBRIDGE BRANCH J. M. AITKIN, B THE QECUR1TY for both principal apd' O intereitu thennt.cueBtiajoCan investment, the ability to realize quickly the second Judged by itandudi, a dcpout in the department of ihn Bank it an ideal form of invetfmegL E E T H B RID G E BRANCH ;.G..F. BLETCHER, 23tH Street N. .The.Sup.reme Court en bauc of the rovince ilras -held against the applica- bf wiicqter', of Edmonton, ukliig tliat .thp-Jnvestlgation into the Jdmouton -police department be stop- Jcaepli Stanley. the Halifax aviator and balloonist, ed his career by -being drowned; in the Avon river at Windsor whilo j making i from a oalloou. Canadian Pacific Ry. Attractive Summer Tours Tour me Through the Rockies, Arrow and Kootcuay Lakes Banff, Luke Louise, T'clrj, Glacier, Hevelstokc, Roh- Nelson, Buifour. and (lie Crows Nest Pnss On Sale until Sept. Retuin limit 31st Stopovcis AC; OAST ASTERN OURg. to Vancouver and VlctorU; 'M4.40 to Portland and Return Choice of routes and liberal, stopovers; On Sale until September 30. Return Limit October 31 SPECIAL PARES to cltlr.a Jnd retort. In ONTARIO, QUEBEC, MARITIME PROVINCES, NEW YORK NEW ENGLAND STATES 'Choice of routes.. Stopover lirivllegei, RGAl AKES ERVICE CANADIAN PACIFIC UPPER'LAKE STEAMSHIPS leave Fort William on Snndayi Tueadays days, Fridays and.Saturdays connecting at Port Mc- Nlcoll with steamship Express for Toronto. :For full information, fosorva- -tions apply DEPOT TICKET OFFICE Canadian Piclflc Station Or wrlto to I R. PAWSON, AJont, ;