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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR alberta DAILY AND-WEBKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES, eer mail, per year Weekly, ty man, per sear.... 300 100 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial' Office 1252 113 i W. A, Buchanan John Torranw lanasuis Director Bosijess Manage! C. ;P. R.'s BIG BRIDGES the C...P.JR. has just published tome rather "interesting particulars about its big bridges. Trie systems boasts scores and even hundreds', oft bridges, but four stand out vith auction and bulk These are Uie Lothbridge Viauuct, the. the the Machine-.. bridges.. The 0rat is 5327 feet long and 314 Jeet above the inner weight steel "of pounds, and cost It was made up of through plate girders 67 feet long, 33 girders 100 feet long, and one 167 feet truss 'span supported on 33 steel towers. It required 645 cars to transport steel used in construction. The second 'bridge, across the South Saskatchewan River, is feet in length; 140 feet above water level; and has a weight cf pounds ot steel; cost It has 240 foot truss spans, supported byi con- crete piers, -with approaches consist ing of three SO-foot, seven 60-foot, and nine 46-foot plate girder spans on steel towers. The third, over the North Saskatchewan, is feet In lengta, is 152 feet above the water level; stec'-----_ _ The fourth Lachlne, across St length; Is 60 feet above water level, las pounds of steel, and cost that is for con verting into double track, ibesides the original cost of the structure, which was something like There are .three 80-foot, nine 120-foot, fonr two 270-foot, and two 408- foot spans; St has 19 piers; cars were required to handle the material employed in the .entire structure. .Ira. N. Morris has .been, nominated as U S minister to Sweden. trade commissioners may be raised to the rank of MCB- consuls Vlrden, Man, will a municipal rink. Telephonic communication has been established between Prince Edward Island and the main land. Dr. M.J. .Glass, a practicing for years, is Admiral Ashe, R K a native of Quebec and brother of F W Artie manager of- -the Union Bank in Lou Jon, Bng, is dead _ Rev R_ W Norwood, M" A, rector of Bishop. Cronyn. Memorial church, London, and one of toe most promi- nent Anglican clergymen an the dio- cee of Huron, declared In the course of that he did not believe there was a :hell, and that in his opin- ion ;Uiere was. no damnation of. the JThe'Moose Jaw college board has appointed two new professors One is Charles Fraser, B. A., of the Re- search laboratory of Queen's univer- iearcn uaoormurv OL viuecii uuivci- Ont, who will .have stroll out to Mr. John HerronV pro- charge of the science department. Md themselves the pleasant sight of the representatives The other is Alexander D. Fraser, B. -Western erecting an and has pounds of This bridge cost f Tho -strawberry crop in the Blen- heim district of Ontario suffers from bad weather conditions and orders place nest the home of the can't be filled. There are seemingly bride' parents' One of'Joseph Martin's reasons for retiring from British Parliament is that ihe cannot get along with his ca pary L He wants to run the whole show him- glo-Saxon: country, self. Commenting on the Government's tea IIP. IN FOR: -THE BUSY MAN THE DAJLY HE.RALD uir THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914 rw Ar, IV VV ibject to Kliouind.. iktlim it o injted.enU, unable to do to, lick howtaclie i. produced bj the retention of bllftin the blood "Fruil Silt" tiniplo but definite 'action OB tlie by" which the. jecretion o( bile i> regukte i It the PI the bilt camn olf all tho uppunlwi, and purifying 'the Eno'smty be lately taJKte st any lime by young or old Or.ferabottieTpDAYfromjouwJ.iJer. k J, C. BIO, 111., "Ml Wt" 1 Pincher O'eek, Alta Julj He- ports are being sent in daily of the great benefit the recent rains have done the crops of the surrounding country, and -most drastic happens the farmers of this district are assured. 'p'f: splendid re- turns this fall. "Seeing is the most sceptical are invited to take a. office, and preparing for.-'work in gen- eral. Mr. Fine and Mr.. Jones are al- A., ot'' Pictou, N. S., who will lave charge of classics. resdy on the job, and others are to Tinder particularly distressing cir- fnends'wlll'be phased learn the} are doing as self as can be epected All pel sons Interested in culling are i requested to meet in tho council chambers on ening, 1 Julv 15, to decide about the erecting of a rink. The Alberta, Gazette reports.'the.sp pointment of W C Robinson and Jas H Hughes of Cowlej as game guard- ians. Mr and Mrs .F McKenzie in town a davs this Week The Ladles' Aid of the Methodist church are making great preparations for a grand garden partv to he held in Mordens Juh 15. The Presbyterian picnic will take place to Francis Willocks' Groie on Julj 15 the children are to be tak- en at one pm .from the church by motor .to the. grounds Miss Mamie Fournier and Miss Hel ena Marquis returned from Edmonton and win spend their holidays la town Mrs P M Steele, who ilslted Cal- gary last week, returned a tuo go. _ Mrs Jamieson and children of Med- icine Hat arrived this and in tend spending a inonth with the-form- er's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. John Her- >n. Miss Buchanan Is filling the posi tion in T. Libel vacated by Mrs. Foley Miss Irene Hydeihas returned -from Vancouver, .where she has "attended Crofton House High' school. Hyde had the of .making The Short-Memoried Public and The Long-Headed Advertiser W (THY, do you suppose, docs a certain success- ful manufacturer of a summer beverage continue to advertise that beverage in the winter-time? He is, simply, a thorough be- liever in the old adage: "Qut-of- sight, out-of-mind He does not advertise in the winter with any expectation of selbng much ot his product while the weather is with a view of his sales the following summer. Pronounced as is the "impres- sion his advertising creates in the summer, he does not believe in'expeetiiig that impression to 'carry the winter The public has not a long mem- ory The manul.icturers who want lasting palionage for their product must indeed 'Keep ever- lastingly abit.' i How surprising. that some of them lose sight ol this'tact.. Experience has shown this maki er ol beverages that it is unwise to discontinue his advertising in the winter. It would be just as unwise for the makers ol shoes, or huts, or stoves, or chocolates, or auto- mobiles, to cease advertising 'in the summer. Yes, the "out-of-sight, out-of- mind" theoiy is sound, as ap- plied to advertising It is but human of us to favor the goods which arc kept continually be- fore us thiough advertising, he the weather cold or hot. .Maude and Fred laBtfweek S A Fraser, has spent tho pasl month in Renfrew, Ont, returned a few days ago. Mr and Mrs A L. Freebairn and little daughter are visiting mends in Taber at mesent Mrs H Stedman of Macleod is the guest of her sisters here. Mrs W A ROBS returned on Sun day evening from a ilsit to Calgarj SCHOOL BKALMAK SCHOOL j RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOLS OE.THE .HIGHEST TJPB Shaughnessy Heights, Vancouver, S. a. Unsurpassed In Canada In Buildings, Equipment op Teachlnj Staffs Schools Re-Open TUESDAY, Septembei 8th To lie sure of admission, appll ationa for 1914.1? should tie made at once Calendars sent OH application to REV E D McLAREN, D D, S Sta-'ey Csurf Vancouver B C TLater figures from' East Lambton Ont, show that Dr Martsn, Conser the highest percentage In eiamina ITathe, IB elected bs 9 tiona of her class. Mrs. Lighthacti-'wrho was so badly i. Injured bear anout ten Mr. J. H. Schofield returned on Sun- day evening last, iavmg undergone a most successful operation during, his stay In 'Edmonton.. While stlll'con- L-aJescent, Mr. SchoEield expects to be Sir Joseph Beecham carried to a .successful for the purchase of tihe Duke of Bed- ford's Covent Garden estate, which comprises nineteen acres In the heart of London, with twenty-five streets and four theatres, Including the Cov- ent Garden Opera bouse. HOW A GREAT DISASTER AT SEA MIGHT BE AVERTED WITHOUT LIFEBOATS course, but if public sentiment is against the death penalty ought to be changed. the law Political rumors are many these days. After the Ontario election it was said that Sir Adam Beck would become Premier 6E Ontario and that Hon. W, J. Hanna would go to Ottawa. Now the reiwrt is that Beck -will go to and Hauiia will succeed Whitney. Our giiess is that oobody knows anything about it. Sir Jas. Whitney is as likely to remain Premier as not. with a stick. Sam, being old, the stroke proved too much for him and j he died almost instantly. Dominia took to the mountains and is being eought by Indians and the white po- lice. WIlHan J. Wygant, a Newbiirg, N. y., lawyer, handed a check for 000 to Mrs. Mary E. Kampe, widow of Joseph Kampe of Newburg. Forty years ago Mrs. Kampe loaned John Patton, then n young man, with which to go west. When Patton left he said he-would repay the loan some day a thousandfold. Mrs. Kampe Here was Jos. Chamberlain's idea from untii about himself as expressed -in month ago when a ,cttcr came> to speech: "What I have said I have to Mrs. Kampe said. Do I contradict myself7 Very asklng the name of fter attorney. In tho letter Patton said he in- tended to keep Ills word, for fortune hail smiled on him. The check fol- lowed. Probably the most notable victory for the Whitney Governmsnt and the Conservative party at tho Ontario general election was that of Dr. Win. Jacques in Haldlmand. Dr. Jacques is the first Conservative to carry Ilal- dimand seat in the legislature .of On- tario In 82 years, and 3ie secured a majority 320. Capt John Brant, a was elected to ihe legislature of Upper Canada In 1832 and since then no Conservative has Kit for the coun- ty In tie Provincial Assembly. Hal dlmnnii, has, however, been -.roiire eonted by n Conservative In the Fed- oral HOUBO of .Commons almost con- tinuously since 1890, well, then I contradict myself? I give no explanations, offer no apolo- I have no yesterdays, carry no old clothes. I am not a slave to other men's theories or to my own past." Pity there were not more men with that view of affairs. There would bo less hidebound partisanship. ;The Kingston Standard, Conserva- tive, urges N. W. Rowell to remain in Ontario public life. It says: "We liave many. clean and able men in this province at tho .present time, and Mr. ;Rowcll Is among tho -number. But though We have many such men wo (have even as it is too tfew 'rather than too many, and it would "be a distinct Joss to have Mr Rowel! drop out nmv." more party newspapers vlow matters like the Standard clean men encouraged to remain in puto- Ho" We. WHERE LINER CALIFORNIA GROUNDED Coast of West-Donegal in Ireland, Anchor liner. California grounded While steaming slowly ahead n a were rescued the Cassandra after being shown he poaitl6n-8f.% the California 'by a THE Sailings from Montreal and Glas- gow Every Saturday. Large, asv.' asd fast- 'steamers, splendidly and comfortably appointed LOWESf RATES Rates, Reservations and" full In- formation- to'-toe-lmd from-any Rail- way or .All, ar- rangements for travet to-or from Canada cheerfully made-..-. H. E. 349 Main-Street....... "-.Winnipeg It will be remembered. ttie Cali- "shut up" .when that was told u- the'calls- Caorna 'y a su p destroyer Lynx, for ftelp sent out V the Titanic. List Your Oil Leases With Us We We a nUmber of inquiries, particularly at less than per acre. Call or phone R. V. dibbons Go. Phone 1191 Balmoral Block The upper decks ol tilie after-portina of n vossol anoat after