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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL PRICES Oralni and Provlilont Prices paid I N'o. 1 Northern1. No. 2 Northern No, 3 Northern No. No. 1 N'o. So. No. I No. No. 4 Northern, 5 Northern 1 78 75 '70 00 51 77 74 69 65 51 11.00 17.00 10.00 7.0 .31 lied Ited Red Hod lied No. 2 Alfalfa, por ton...... No. 1 Timothy.......... Blue Produce prices to retailers- PT case....... Uultor, pet MONDAY'S BRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, July tic view ot general crop conditions prevailed today and the market was weaker in all lines with dragging Uade Oats fell ot! 1 and about H cents. There is little, it anything- doing in cash and cxuort circles. 1 UecciLts were C76 cars inspected and 420 in sight. Liverpool market i closed M" up 'Y'8 to Hcrliu i lower Budapest CUP ol Toronto In the lirat heat, NEW COLLEGE WON STEWARDS' Henley, July Slaw. ards' Challenge Cup, .for lour- oared 'won by tho New College, who ,v were awarded the race, after ielng fouled by the Rowing club four, of Germany. The latter four beat tho Argonauts Rev. C. K. Popliam af St. Mary's Delivered Practical Address to Fraternal Society I ilU niciuuui.fl o! Foresters, and Ladles ot the Com- )allqn m panion Courts, attended divine sex- whcn life seemj dar vice at Mary's cliurch, North Lethbridge, where the rector, Rev. C. II. Poj.ham delivered QUAKERS' SHAKE-UP BaBkatoon. July Urat big shake-up In the Quakers' oavnp lor the season occurred oh Sunday, when Manning Cullen (utility) and Dugan were released. They wore then signed by Itegina. Beers, the Red Sox" pitcher, was re- leased aud signed hy Hurley. TUB Quakers now number twelve strong. IE so great as; the .sympathy of c friend, 'stimulating our Bagging onor sharing our deepest sorrows, en cournglng ua to meet and to over come the difficulties and obstacles o our work? And'yet sympathy has iti dangers lor'a friend may ayrnpatblze with u In what It wrong, either- through fool for us, or from s coward ly telling' us tie truth. The members of the- AncJoM Order la the con In tho hour o 'hen life seema darl ll .bleeding from th I wound "which It has received, ho great 1s the comfort of tho friend wh and practical address on Mho Help- Io ahow( by tho pre ing which was much appro- elated hy the members ot the ordet'., The musical service was bright and TJ Mi- I Ol O inspiring. In his address Mr. ter ol the Acts of the Apoal "He went about some lo by the hund.' tone o. th fc- the Antwerp Whcat- 'July Oct Dec OatE- Ouly Oct. 'July i act Dec i up. Opt i 00 A CLOSE CRICKET MATCH H "I" l New York, July Station up. aud crlckot ,jlub -defeated the Montrealors by IBS to 114 today. MASTERS OF CHESS AT PLAY New York, July second Close 1 many difficulties of >d counsel and advice, and i do we seek this so readily Mend? Probably scarcely Is BO great a lesl of true ULOARIA IS CHARGED WITH TRYING TO STEAL FRUITS OP VICTORY Athens, July Vonlzelos ead a message from Kjiig Constan- Ine in the cliamltcr ol deputies last night, urging his people to a new la'with their former nlly. The melange accused Bulgaria of forgot .ing the'-obllgations o't the- allica nm seeking by fraud to reap herselt most ot the fruits o! tho whole coramun- ty. In tho lace ol this disgraceful conduct, continues tho King's mes- iaso. "II Is the duty ot other allies to close- their'ranks in defense ol Ku- ropo enutUbrluiri In the Balkans. Tho people in solidarity with the Servian and Montenegrin people, take up arms- The gallant army and fleet ot Greece are asked to deliver their bro- hcrs, just freed from tho Turkish -oke from a new tyranny. "The Helenic nation, relying on the ustlco ot her cause, will shrink irom no sacrifice in this struggle, which is blessed by the Almighty." MR. KRAMER A8SURE8 TABER FIVE MILES WILL BE BUILT THIS YEAR Taher, July 7. Construction ia to bo started at -once on Taber Transit L'o. the llneb of tho according to the h Then St. Paul help counsel i such a round of the maulers' chess tourney (concluded late- last "night, and lur- 351 35 nlahed a surprise when. (Jen Odair 37''overcame Cbajos In a protracted slt- i ting of Blxty moves. 1-33 '-201 easily beat Hiehoit: .Kupo- J-a'e hlk outplayed Gronmer; Bernstein de- er of the Holy Ghost, stiunk the let cerer with blindness, and tho mans friend. false character and worthless preten- Then, when'we are thoroughly d nswero thus rnyoaled in a moment couraged by tho failure of our efforts his dupes- "a mtat and a Uy'tha difficulties In our path, whet I "ionhim "and he went about lite seems-scarcely worth living, and v. T_I__ u.. WR EIV6U SO No. Nor. Ko. 3 Kor. Ko. 3 Nor. No. i r> No. 6 l-'ccd Cash Prices No quotations on Winter Wheat. Oats- 83" 75 70 GO OIK UUiyiHJCU f .tented Phillips, and Black won from Bonyon In titty-four moves. statement of J. Kramer, the pro moter, who was In town last week. Tho contract has heen awarded lor five miles of tho road, to run from Ta- LCT north to the rlvev, connecting up tie White collieries, and this Btreleh Is to he In operation before the end of the ytar. The steel for this Is already contracted for and on the way and will arrive here shortly. This much definite' Information was given tho Times by Mr. Kramer, who states positively that the work is. to bo rushed ahead, and that tlm five of road svllt ho ready lor the cars this fall, lie stated that a prom- inent contracting firm had been given charge of the work. Ihe name 01 which company he would not. at pre sent divulge. Ho said that tho five miles at least would bo proceeded with, and possibly another ton miles ibis year. All this Is very cheering news to th Taber citizens, who were beginnin 10 wonder whether the Taber Transl Co. 'was In n state cf transition t some other part ot tho world. Page> 7 FROM RHEUMATISM Toronto Lady Took "Fntt-a-ftn" And Kerstlf, j llouK PI.ACK, TORONTO, DEC; rslh. ijoj "I mi htlplesi cripule from Rheur nutism for nearly ayear. All down tut light Bide, tlie piiu na> dreadful and I could not move.for Ihe agony I WM treated by two wtlliout 1. I 'nw I'rufl-a-tivts" utid decided to try them. Alter taking one boi, I was much iMt'.er. When Illid Wkeu three boies, I could uBe my arm and the wai almost taking Eve I wasentirelr well again, The cute of my cise JjT "V waj iplendiA iccause nil the doctors tailed to even relieve me. 5oc l boi, 6 for 'jc. At de.lers or from 1'iuit-l-tlvu Limited, Otianv to lead him -by hand." tne worn to -which we hnvo given ao much lime and trouble E'.IOWS so llttlo .muc. AM this is all that IB told us in promise that'we are tempted to giro Holy Scripture about the Sor- u all up. what nn opportunity there ferer and It Is alt In connection with L lor a'word of story that J nm now say.U friend who appreciate, our efforts ....____ ILnaal t...nTi'a trinlH null WOO. DY 018 BAYLEY AND VAJSE AQAIN I Vancouver, July Bayley and Frenchte Valse have been matched for a return fifteen-round bout toero on July defeated Bayloy In thoir first contest, I Xo. 3 C. n. 3 C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed i No. 1'Kocd 2 Feed No. 3 No. lleiecled Feed NoA N. w. Mfiiiteapolis. I 'July Sept............................ Dec............................ Chicago W. C. L. TEAMS TRADE Jloose Jaw, July Bronchos left for "Saikatfcon yester- Ida y, a deal was.put through with Ed- monton. The Gray IHrdB gave out Fielder Skeels and Pitcher Dickinson 4R, for third baseman O'Brien. Skeels 4 and Dickinson lett tor Saskatoon with 34 J 33 34 33 30} Dut I dwell; my brethren, on t wordr, which describe him as going about "Booking somo to lead him by tho Thoy are words which may well ar- rest our attention, for they .describe the moral attitude of something like half the people In the world.- _ And one might antoly say, 1 think, that of the millions who are in tho world only a handful are lender i ot men while Iho.very great majority arc content to be led by'them, the few. "Man It '.s said, "la a oreaturo ol habit." It may be said with-eo.ua! 43 13 the Cnlgary club. 89 i 32 j 91} who kuows our trials, and who, encouragement sets us on our again, with new lite, and hope, and strength. The possibilities of friendship are Indeed many and great, hat we must not Ibrgct that'll IB the noblest tilings which' are sometimes capable of toe worit perversion, nnd that It friend- ship Ha'an immense force lor good It IB alEOiSi. terrible his vorld. Kow many The Hudson's'. Bay ('o. store fol- lowing tho custom ol recent years, will this summer enjoy the mid-week half holiday. Every Wednesday dur- ing July "and August the store will close at one o'clock, and the employ- ees given time lor recreation. The results in previous years have been such as to lead the management to make a .permanent feature ol it. The store has lost no business and has gained in the increased efficiency and loyalty of the employees: Patrons of this popular store would do well to note that tor the next two months the Wednesday half-holiday will pro- GRAND RECORDER GRAY Or PHILADELPHIA QFFICIATED IS OF AN. CIENT DESCENT MONTREAL'S LIBERAL. RAPE Ottawa, July of inco poration of the Telegraph Pubiisbin Co., Ltd., of Montreal, appears today's Canada Gazette. The pany will publish an evening paper to e known as tho Evening Telegraph, vhich will take tlic'placc ol the prcs- nt Witness, whose successor it is. 'he company will also carry on general publishing business. It has a truth, that he is 'imllattvo [MOOSE JAW BUMLJO DOGS TO WINNIPEG Mooae Jaw, July C.--Fifteen dogs IQI. letl here 'tltia afternoon, for'the Win nii nipeg show. Thoy v.erojn charge 0 oil T W TwaiteB, and consisted of.wire- 4'haired (ox terrlersi Scotch terriers, spaniels, etc, LEANDER CREW WON GRAND CHALLENOE CUP Jlenloy-on-Thames, July Ltaniior Rowing Club today won Ihe Grand Challongo .Cup. beating Jesus College, Cam-' bridge. In the final, by one' length, in 7.11. 'J always ready to follow a given lead. Wo see this In the following ofthe "fashions." whether in drens or in some custom which tor the time ieing is "the correct thins." We see It in the adoption of the popular slang o he adoption or ins somo way ui no we seo it even in the form thB eaoh one ot you, by word of public opinion. After all, they ave ond pxampiei can exercise an nnu- but the few who horn lenders good of your .lellows, men 'and to move others according Wuether they bo members ol your for evil in man aud vail. in-1 womau trace tho l.ahlt ol sin vbich hat ruined their lite'and rob- bed them of happiness, to an evil friendship! How-oiten Satan, who can disguise. an angel o! light, approaches UB, .through the in- strumentality ol n friend. Friendship U'a great prlvillge, but a solemn re- aponBlbillty. i We are all Influencing otheja in som'o way or have capital stock of 'and its will he at Montreal. The foilowins; ore the incorppra- tors Frederick llenty Markoy, K'.C., Waldo Whittier Skinner, K.C., Geo. Gordon Hyde and Wellmm Gilbert TugsU'V, advocates, and Ronald UNION LABOR DEMANDS RECALL July re call ol the .'Governor-General ol Iho Union ol South Africa, Viscount Glad stone, Is demanded hy the Federated Trades- tTnlorr. 'At a meeting ot the Federation today, at which 1200 dele- gates were it was unanimous- ly adopted to urge the Imperial gov- ernment to take this action, because the Governor-General employed troops to suppress the. strike. Cameron Grant, accountant, all ol INDIAN COUNCIL CHAMBER BURNED Sarnia, Ont., July 'Indian Council House on the Simla''Indjan eservatlon, destroyed by. fire Ightnlng. when It was struck by A new building built by he Indians situated a tew feet away escaped tho lire. 'r TOO MUCH their will. full ot people who go move ovuya -r I Vi'lietner me) u" But the world simply 'or whether they bo those with NOTICES lltll DL n "w Borne to lead them by the who prefer to lean on others, and do what they see It la common enough lo come acrosa the boy at school whose character be summed-up thus: "The lad Is a good lad In himself, well mean- ing well inclined, but. he isiutterly iri ballast; he is ao easily Well one day he will go put into tho world, and then may God help the lad to choose some good, straight- forward and upright coropantonB. For LOQKQ, Or irtiioiuvi whom you work aide by side in your daily toil. I dare say you remember the story PENTECOSTAL NO18E Berlin, Ont., July iffllice of. flclals stopped tho set-ice ot the Pen tecostal mission camp meeting las night. Complaints had been receive, from neighbors ofthe noise of the services. The worshippers later re TABER'S JUNIOR BALL TEAM HERE OH 12th On July at the Athletic Park, Taber junior baseball team will meet the local St. Patrick's team. Tio tetter-went to Taber on July 1, and were defeated 10-7. A good same IB expected here, as Taber has not boen defeated this year, and tho St. Pat- rick's have only goiio down once ia two yeara. HARVESTERS AND MONARCHS PLAY BALL TONIGHT The I. H. C. and the Monarchs are IP play a elty.league base- ball match, at the park this evening boy ot that nature is, sure to about "Boeklng some lo load him by the hand." Arid the type 'so common In l flare sav you rememner me of thn-jounte officer who was detailed duced the sounds of enthusiasm. to lead our army, by the light of, the ata'ra on the night march, to Tel-el- Kebit. He led them to the very posi- tlon the column 'was required lo take up. 'The battle began, nnd one of the first to full: was that same- young of- mortally wounded. The General wat with him in his last moments, and' when the wounded officer saw who it was bending over him, he said they were 1 think the last words he Commanders- No. of Knlghtl ol Malta nas Instituted In Lethbridge Saturday night at a meeting held In the I. O. O. hall. Knight Sir FVank Gray Grand Kecorder ol Phllndel- 0 phla, omciated. The honors of past m commander as organizer wore con- erred on SVm. A. Martin, nho was iresented with e. handsome jewel of hat rank. The order ot KnlghlB of Malta was first established In Am- eiic'a In 1870, when a commandery wau founded in Toronto. Prom there it spread into the United States where It has flourished. It Is one ol the oldest of the wroW's _ fraternal societies, dating back to the middle ages. It was originally known as Knights Hospltalle of SI. John, ol Jerusalem, land was in the maintenance ol a hospital at Jer- usalem for the succor of pllirrtms. It was established In Scotland In the time ot King David nnd was ot great isslstance lo John Knox In the work of reformation. In Canada and the United States there arc 270 CominanderieE with membeifa." MONTREAL CHURCH BURNED Montreal, July The .fit: 'Chc'rles Roman. Catholic Church, this; city, was destroyed by fire this'afternoon, Ihe loss amounting to covered by Insurance, Tvro firemen wore slightly injured by a falling ladder. The blaze originated in the organ loft, either from defective electric' wlr- or from (lie carelessness of vorkmeu who had been enyascd on in- terior repairs. NEAR WARDNER Cranbrook, B.C., July The SPoU- one freight was wrecked at six o' clock tl'.is evening, two miles east of twelve cars being ditched and tire track tor.r feet and telegraph poles and wires grounded for the same distance. BANK MANAGER'S ESTATE Ixindon, July Edward Clous- ton's will has been probated here, the estate totalling tno they were aid) "General, I led them straight, didn't My brethren wo are, each ol world of school ia equally common in Ihe school ol the' world. In the col- lege hall, In the office, in the store, in the place of business. In the lodge room they nro sure to bo found who Bo about "seeking some to laid them by the hand. Well what Is the net roBult ot- all this? The not -result, I think, may be UH3 j. no nui. i it-'i Bummed up In one word, responslbil ity. Men's lives, my brethren, ao nnd re-act one, the other. It is no use a man saying: '.'1 think lor myself; I not independently; it 1 no business of mine if others choos to watch me and copy me; that's their concern." No. my brothers, moral responsj- UE, unil tiy The 1. H. C. have yet to taste .defeat. The Monarch's say it will he tonight. FOOTBALL LEAGUE MEETING Tho Cily Football IxinKue oiecuttve billiles are not lo be sot Tid ot by a eading" others In some way or an- other. .The question Is: "Are we lead- ng them Would o God that "leading them straight" might bo the watchword of everyone of us, then would dying lad's words bear trult indeed. Would that we might each one be able when the Journey of lite IB over, when the BandB ore fast mining out, nnd when, looking up, we recognize the bleBBcd face of our 'Divine Lord. and my I thank thee that when at my work, when In my will meet tomorrow (Tuesday) night, at the Y. M. C. A. at So'clock. CALGARY FAIR FINANCIAL SUCCESS CHEW M SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, 3WEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Calgary, July weather all vvoek permitted a record attend- ance at the Cnlgnry fair and made a fine aiiccesa of the exhibition. Tho total attendance 'was In excess of ODO paid admissions, an exceaa ot-ab- oat 5 per over last year. The betting'machines, the only (arm .ot gambling permitted in connection with the racos, were well patronized, 'about tSO.OOO pasting through the pari-mutuel machines, of which the as- sociation -receives a percentage. Thq profits aro sufficient to wipe out tho deliclts of the paat two years, HAD ILLUSTRIOUS' GRANDFATHER mere wave ol tho hand. We may re- cognize them, or we may ignore them, but there they are Just the same. It only needs (as perhaps we know well enough) a word, an opinion, a gosluro, a laugh, to settle the turning to the right hand or to tho lelt, of someone 'who has long been hesltal You may remember, perchance, how just auch a1 word, or a lur.gh, from 'i nuarler where you least expecled. It unsettled your own convictions :b years, gave you a shock, revolution ized your very ideas ol right ant wrong, and had a lasting effect upo you. Ol course the more prominent po sttion a man holds, tho more he i nuum. lem by the 1 thank Thee that y Thy grace, t was at least able to ead. them straight." Fire Fighters Gather Here tlinv vi uv" edge room, there were others about 'seeking some to who lead (Continued From Front Page) watched and copied, and the greate !s Ms responsibility. But air of u whether wo know It or exor- cising an influence, either'for good her. Chief Faulds and Messrs Pearson, Elce'd, Buohanan, Burrows and Mur- doch; from I-ethbridge, Messrs. Short, Hlslop. heavy, Shalos, Baker, Mont- gomery Wardle, Kano, Miles, .Lllburn, Gordon. flcWIlllams Barkley, Lindsay, Campbell, Crawford, Coad, Capt, Hardy and Chief Hardy; from Calgary Mcesrs. Conpoliy. Lang, J. -M. Spader and Chief Smart. Inspector Stain- ton of the Underwriters association Is also )n attendance. luebee Winnipeg Vancouver, .luly disc; mi. 6vu. .i.oss day, at one ol the downtown hotola oil come In contact. And no where l> which he was tho proprietor, C. B. tills more apparent than In. the cose of friendships. One ol tho most pro- Marchatt, whose grandfather had the honor ol making the suit of ordered liy King I-ouia Phil- Itpe ol France, niter lleeing Irom his native country to England, an authen- tic record of (he transaction being found among his effects, clous nnd beautiful of all GoJ's sifts in the world Is a true friend. For In how many -ways ia friendship helpful to ua on our Journey through life. And first, In sympathy. In hearing our mai.y bi'.n'.er.s in life, wl-at help DERAILED "iN A TUNNEL at. Ixmls. uly '5.--A passenger train on the Southern Railway, duo In St. Louis at 0.30' this evening, was de- railed In a tunnel a mile long at New Albany, Indl, today. News (if the accl- dent was received by the general su- Vrlntcndent of the railway hr.Te to- day. FIRE CH.EF SMART, of Calgary, Presjifent fef the Alberta Firemen'. Association in Convention in Lethbridge ;