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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUB LETHBRIDCE .DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JULY Sbe letbbribge Decalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year... Daily, by mall, per year..... Weekly, by year.... HOO 3.00 125! 1224 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Offlce W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager THE BYLAW VOTE The result of tts bylaw vote on Friday is not very re-assuring to the commissioners. It presents pe- culiarities in spots and has made peo- ple think. Indeed, the Herald is inclined to believe some of the ratepayers have ttxragflt more since the vote was an- nounced Ulan before. It is roll that the current account deficit was passed. This debt has been a drag on finance commis- sioner for years, and it wili be a good thing to have it wiped off. With a clean slate, this account should lie watched and never allowed to fell -behind hi such a manner It is not well, however, that the by- law for raising money to cover the discount on debentures sold in put yews ivas defeated The Herajld'is of the opinion tibat the ratepayers not studied this particular bylaw or they would not have slaughtered it in such a wholesale fashion. The bjiaw was in every wav legitimate. It was to raise money to pay.for wort Jwhich had been authorized by the people by their votes when the work was undertaken. The were -in no way to blame that the money market went aiid the de- bentures had to be sacrificed at such a discount that another issue is re- quired to meet the deficit created by the discount. The-only thing to do in UBS case is to the iylaw again, and keep en submitting it until the burg- esses wake up to the fact that it must foe iassed. The market tylaw .was knocked in the head, which is proof that the ma- jority ot the biirgesras think ihe pres- ent arrangement is meeting the tie- -ffland without the need of further ex- pense, for the bylawa for new under- takings, the Herald rather looked for the vote to- go as it 'did. These are troublous times, and the men who are paying the tases are :uot intent on Effing ijp greater burden than they hare already assumed. The people of North Lethbridge are chagrined at the result They passed every hylaw. Is it because they fum- ed out fun force to .hear the commis- sioners explain while the vot- ers of South Lethbrldge were too in- different to attend'the meeting csiM for the south side? The commissioners should -not feel that the vote is one of censure on their administration. It is not. It is merely one of the signs of the times, a warning that the less money spent for the next few years, the better the people will be pleased. PRACTISE DAIRY FARMING In our advocacy of mixed farming we must not forget that there are dis- fc-icts where it'Is difficult 7or this method of farming to be 'practised. Southern Alberta, in some sections, cannot expect to be other than a grain growing coyntry. Nevertheless there are other districts where mixed farm- ing is practicable. Right close to this city opportunity is offered for mixed farming on a scale not excelled in any portion of Western Canada. We refer to our irrigated district Here we have a sure water supply, a cer- tainty of good hay and grass crops, and what more is required for stock raising than these factors? Leth- bndge district, especially under the encouragement by our Beard of and citizens, should develop very rap- idly into a productive dairy district We ought to be ahle to put the New Zealand and the Eatern Canadian cneese out of business in this -pro- vince if the fanners go into the rais- ing of dairy cattle seriously and ex- tensively. Mixed fanning is the ideal form of fanning, and it should -be fol- lowed wherever practicable. Ten Uio'uuand people are pleading tor clemency for Krafchenko. Kraf's 'particular 'brand of clemency was of tho soft nosed bullet variety. Per- hapa it would bo 'as well If that fact were impressed upon some of the lugubrious ones who "signed tho pe- .'titlon." It is amusing to read the Ontario -Liberal papers just arriving with their predictions of seventy seats for Rowell, or so close a contest that a new election might hate to be held. They evidently had abiding faith In i tho -vote, but .the "mom- Ing after feeling" wasn't good Edmonton olaiius to be the Infest, silver fox market in tho world. James Weljer, a veteran Salvation 1st, dropped while speaking at an open air meeting 'in Toronto. Joseph Arlien of St. Thomas j drowned while swimming at Port Stanley. Miss Honey and Mr. Harry N Doit of Cloresholm married last Monday. y gas and oil in teresta liave filed on acres '65 miles north of Maplu Creek. opened its first super vised' playgrounds on Thursday after- Charles. P. Geary, a prominent 'busi- ness iuan of SL' Thomas, and manager of tie Queen City Ofl' company, is The C. Pt iC has purchased SOOO head of sheep and shipped them to Cawils tb'Seep 'down noxious weeds on their land there. Dr. L. Duncan -Bulkier, in a paper read before the Medical As, sooiation, jsaid-' coffee drinking was a cause of cancer. PICKED UP IN FASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Robert A.- Chambers of New York, i 16-j-ear-old millionaire, got an order "rom fclie court, for for spemtj ing money. Sirfft Current will advertise its nat- ural gas at the fair this year. It will >eused in the Women's, Hospital iAid 'Society's tent James Burton, -a postman in Pine- crest, N. says 'he was charged by an buck, and. carried the U. up a tree. Mrs. TV Bernard of Claresholm has received news of the death of her 'ather, J..Ajconi of Charlottetown, B L OliSt; Jclii'fe Yanck St., one ortfce historic spots of New York will be reinforced against danger from construction jby the cor> poration-ef' that .city. It hag long, been supposed that wolves- are-extinct" in the mt have lately'been. seen in the Tieinity .of Owl's Head, near Malpne, V While in .New-York, Mayor 3IcNa: majra of Edmonton" spoke to .the So- ciety for Lower Rents and Reduced Taxation "on_ Homes. He extolled sin- lie tax as it obtains in Edmonton. Tie taxless shoe for afternoon and evening wear and to be worn with or without stockings, is tEe latest nov- elty -for women to appear in the Lon- don shops.. An anti-noise crusade has started a J. A inotorman and conductor were the first- arrested, charged "fiat wheel" cars. They were charged with creat- ing, a nuisance. Miss Anna Powers of Boston, was turned to death and Oscar J. Man- eaur also of -Boston, was badJy in- ured ".when an automobile in which they were Tiding skidded into a ditch, rverturned and_caught fire. Christ Anglican church, Delaware, 5 souiiuvest of re- cently witnessed its SOth anniversary, well as the. farewell sermon of lev. Frank Leigh, the rector, who goes to At Ferrysburg, on Lake Michigan, .he large -passenger steamer Manistee was burned, entailing a loss of over iCO.OOO. Those on board were forced jump into tue water, but all were rescued. Judge Gary, dhalrman of the board of directors .of the' U. S. Steel Trust, las been sent a- gold medal toy the ?ope, as an appreciation of .various ,lfts to Indiana Roman Catholic dio- ceses. Lodgings at a penny a week are of- 'ered to the poor at Mfdhurst, in Sus- sex, England, by the Rev, P. Tatcbell, vfcar of the parish. He has turned an old vicarage over to this purpose. The penny a week secures a bed sit- ting room In cases of genuine poverty. The Free Mothodiats or Southern Alberta districts win hold their camp mooting In tho Kmnondale district, nbout 40 miles south west of Brooks, beginning July 31 to August 8. Rev. tV..H. HaighL of Edmonton will havft aosiited toy the minUtem of he district, COSTS DUN8MUIR London, July Prinr Council decision yeiterday in the suit ot Jamofl- Dunamiiir with Mackenzie Mann over coast coat mines went against Dunsrauir. It will cost reprewhtiftg the value of a lino oC; steamships and money Ju the bank lit the'time the deal was made. H1NOU8 TO SEE THE KING Or. Sundar Singh And Party of Ten To Aik Majesty fcr Support Toronto, -4.4.jn- an at tempt to 'win sympathy and force British subjects, Dr. Sunder. Singh and a deputation of Sikhs arrived England. fhe plan, of Hindus is to go to Windsor and attempt to lay their case before 'the s FIRE IN BOLTON FOUNDRY Bolton, Ont, July 2 o'clock :hls raornlug fire broke out in Beck's foundry and before the flames were fubdued damage had been done ONEFOUR NEW6 Sergeants and Mucdy of Coutta visited Corporal Moorehcad, of Horse Btation. fist week, calling at Onefour oil the way. N Current, of 2-5, and 3 Kim- broogh, of 3-5, were'callers-at Qaefonr on "Wednesday. blessed' in tbe same week has nut Oaefour in1 for crop prospects The ieavy ams Wednesday and Thursday nights ient raging torren.ts the empty stream ways, and Is sloppy ith water THE WONDER Of Our Bargains Has Spread ALL OVER LETHBRID( Women's hi Grade Wear- ing af Sale Prices We believe in early losses to _ V keep our Stocks fresh and new all the time. Men's High Grade Cloth- ing Furnish- ings at Sale Prices With Savings of Fully One Half Southard Block 512 3rd Ave. S. If) itlon of materials account for J40.000 1 for cost ot fence posts and PI A! dispute and losses due to carrying poles, accounted ior other I l_Hn on -the'nork in tte winter he adjusted ihore. J. :How JDicksoii, clerk i Federal and Provincial Mem- bers Deliver Addresses-- Athletic Program Wrentham -put icself to tile front1 by elebrahng tie First of July, even though it Is only oa tbe bald prairie, .with BO other juildmgs at the "'present time than .wo stores, a station and a section house. It will be a centre for district, and more Till be b'eard of TVrentiam in tbe near future.. It is he second Stirling on the 'Sur- rounding it is some fine, farming coun- try, settled by 'a-very superior' type of settler. MoBt-ot settlement-; is o the southof'thenew station, tbougti there iq some settlement north and About two hundred-people or the and' the day was most enjoyably spent. Proceedings opened in the morning wfth ca'ii- :humpiaa procession led by a man bearing aloft- the [inioo Jack. Uter around he grounds a "programme of apeeches and music was carried out in the pav- Hon which had erected for the ay. Elmer 'of j-mers of the community, directed his part the programme. W. A. Buchanan, made, a half.hour .peech, covering growth- of Canada since" 'ere- ated in 1S67, pointing, out tha coun- ry's vast resources and emphasizing the value of Canadian.and British cit- izenship. He also offered words of cheer to the settler.-jconiparing the drawbacks of other countries in1their pioneer stage to conditions in this country, and the comparison waa aii> to the advantage of-Alberta. F. S. Leffingwell, the -local, mem- ber, also spoke, _and_interested the gathering legisla- tion passed by the -Alberlalegislature of importance to the farmer.'TIe also alluded to public works under way in the Warner Sir. LeC- fingwell is woiritted.-in' this section, as the settlers realize jje is 'nfiih j his best efforts to promote their welfare. At the conclusion of the morning programme a most was served by the Wrentham -Ladies' Aid. In the afternoon a long- pro- gramme of athletic 'sports was car- ried out. There wefo tug-of-wa'r between Tyrell's lakV and Wrentham, horse-races, hucklng- con- tests, and .a baseball game between Tyreil's and Warner: All af- ternoon and evening dancing -was en- joyed by the young :folks. Wrentham's firit attempt at a cel- ebration was a marked succens, and it is cjuite likely tho First of July will continue to be a big day in community every year. PROGREvSS IN N.B. ENQUIRY Frcdcrlcton, N-'B., 'July Hibbard company of Montreal, con- ftractors, lor mllM of the St. John Katlwaj- company, have unadjusted claims against the St. John Quebec company portant statement made thi? mqrn- ing in the evidence of William. Pelleys, manager of the Hibbard com- pany Of the quarter 01 a million dollars claimed about SlOffjOOO is due on the ten pet cent hoidbafck on con- struction. A Difference of] classified rHe railway company had urged. and the-v had proceeded on aii estimate ot a million and a quar- jnaterial This developed into more than-twp million yards, in- volving an unexpected expense Tor .which they hold the railway company was "legally responsible Variations in" the designs of bridges anfija claim telegraph claims" to :Hbw JDicksort, clerk of the ex- TC; counaa of New Brunswick, saiaVthaVhe bid-not brought to the court "the- original orders-in-council ordering expenSitures money on the raihvav Because- He- had no authority for bringing them away from ths of- ficial-''vaults." Mr Oarvell, won't come to the court, the court will go to, Iho books." TJr. Dickson had itli him data and re- counted fclie amount or- dcr-in-councir arid paidiout from >tinie to time by the Prudential Trust com- pany, Montreal, custodians 'of funds. The- figures .'art pufctling will require some Gleiclien's Secsnth annual, exhibi- tion will be field-August 20 andvSl. the and Men of Powerful Perssonaljty Recogniie the Value of I IT is riot from what a man slyalloms, but from what he digests, that blood is made. Pure blood means perfect health, -Imperfect digestion and assimilation causes impure blood, bodily weakness and mental apathy. Unsuitable food is a' frequent contributary cause of indigestion' consequent stomach and intestinal disorders. Errors of diet can be.quickly. and safely corrected by the prompt use of ENQ'S "I tfie naUira! remedy for preventing and relieving all functional disorders of the body's _ abling it to separate from the blood those carbonaceous matters which are dangerous to the health. Eno's "Fruit Salt" contains the valuable constituent! of ripe a portable, agreeable, and simple form, and it in every retpect as harmless