Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDA 9, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SW A FAKE DENIAL THAT' ANY HAD BEEN LANDED BY VOLUNTEERS IN ULSTER London, July growing tension m Ulster is, reflected m the fcfioMs tang made to get in a irood supply 01 ammunition, writes tlie Morning Post's Belfast oorrcs- ponde'it "Iherc a stead) flow o! cartridges and trickle of rifles into llio piovlnce which the coast block- ade does nothing to present An oc casional is made ai the else at Dorry today a furni- ture van Ime-d munitions fell in- to the hands of tho policr at fompt was made to gel together a force of volunteers to resist the sei- zure anil .'if there had ueen a nicire "minutes available Hie customs officers and police would either have had to givo way or fight." This-correspondent further saj s "If at any particular moment the po- lice are iii palpably stronger force tho -volunteers give way and if the stronger, the po lice give way. A general crisis may be precipitated at any moment by an unanticipated collision over some minor gun running exploit." On the there is the Chronicle f (Liberal) :cdrrespondent's (declaration fb the-effect that after visitiiigi County 'Down, where it was said that" forty guns for lira Ulster volunteers were landed, that the whole story is a fabrication. Tlie Ulster leaders could safely declare her independence if all her reported gun-running exploits were true. The Telegraph's' (Unionist) corres pondent also denies this machine gun story, In the national volunteer camp at Londonderry, Captain White; the oi- ficer commanding the- Londonderry and Inishowen battalion, has'tender- ed his resignation. Captain White, snn of the late Field Marshall, Sir Ceorge White, found it necessary to reduce Commander McGlinchy from the battalion command. McG-linchy appealed to the country board, who reinstated him, White wrote out his resignation: The county beard thereupon appointed McGlirichy pro tern commanding ofQc- er in Captain White's place. "Making the gash across the face of. Ireland wider and is the Irish Independent's opinion of the House of Lord's amendments. The Independent argues that 'these involve .the -absolute exclusion of Ulster which means the exclusion o! tbirly- six per cent, of the population of the whole country. "The scheme is fantastic and poGterous, nnd such a clean t out would Lo absolutely intolerable The same paptr that thegoi- ernmint, pn'tlw, subject of Homo Kulo, is ijow alisblutcly it variance with the Nationalist sentiment, oth- erwise the dinenxiing bill would nevei uave appeared in parliament The Chionw-le (Liberal) gives prominence to a special article which bajs Lords' decision, which reprcbuits the Imlonlsti.1 policj to separate the of Ulslot from the rest of Ireland, is utterly hn possible It is unworkable and the' Lords know it 'It ii> characteristic 01 tlio Lords' disregard for the rights o! the people. That they should pro- pose this partition m holand with out consulting the clcctoth, either by counties s' otherwise, ot tht prov- ince of Ulster, is a shadow i hich has no political or geographical signifi- cance. Three-fourths of .the .whple MILADI Phones Office 1224 'EVERY MAN'S -HOME 10very man's home Is tho best old home, And every man's 'wife the sweetest; Every man's child is iho best .little cjii'id, The bast behaved and the neatest, Every man's baby is better than fill The babies'that ever' wero'boni- And just so'it's babies nnd wives and homes Why, let 'em blow their horn1 area is Nationalist Ulster now reCiiius 4 majority (oi Homo Rule and'has on for- mer occasions. A majority of the liopulation would vote on ballot for i Home Rule and the majority every man thinks that bis own be overwhelming if we wei'c to cx-j home's bert elude the city of Bcltast. What' And bis own wife's likely -to happen is that the. business men of Ulster will displace the poli-iwe'jl swing back unto the golden ticiahs, and accept.Home Rule as-a] dream fact and propose some practical non- exclusion condition which will safe- guard tiie interests in the north There will be plenty of. time to, pass tins in the agreed amending bill agreed, to by the people of Ulster Ithomselves, represented "by their commercial and their roll gious communities "rather ihan bv the Tory leaders vho use them as pawns iii the party A mausoleum containing crypts for COO foodies, also a chapel, will be erected in the Calgary a private company. TO OVEBCOMEJSUNBURN; TAN FRECKLES, WRINKLES If your skin is unclulj reddened. freckled or tanned dal) a Libeial -amcunt of wax on sape and allow it to remain night When >ou wash off Jt Oje morning fine flaky almost invisible. particles of cuticfe come wltte. It Re- epeattng tMs the entjro outer skin Is abaoroed but BO gradually there s not the Uurt or incon venienco Even the stubbcrnest freckles are affected The underlying skin which fontis the new cpmplexion la so fiesh and youtliful Idoking. you will marvel at the only thing known to actually die- card an aged fatted, blotchy complexion One" pf ized wax procurable af any drug store, is sufRciient in If PUU and Vvinds make you squint ind joure bound to wrinkles, and crow's feet. To over- come tlies'e quickly bathe the face in a solution made by disolving an ounce powdered eaxolite witch bazci. la a half pint CHAHKO M1KA NELSON, B.G., July 13 to 18 Six Days Continuous Amusement Some Leading Features 'Hydro-Aeroplane Flights Daily. Thls la the First Hydro- Aeroplane lio Fly in the Dominion of Ganacli. IT STARTS! runs along the water at: the rate of a liundred miles an hour and tfiien rises from tile of feet into tho air. THIS IS A BIRD! Wild TAitilt'ra Broncho Busting, Rowing WlIU 1'C.UIilCb wild 'Meiioan Slecrs by men competed and won titles at the Calgary nipeg Stampede, Los Angeles, Cheyenne and Pemlleton Round Up THIS 18 THE GREATEST AGGREGATION OF STARiP.ERFpRM, EflS EVER GOTTEN TOGETHER. Wlfpl- Snni'fsi sixty from Toronto, Victoria, it.ULl oyuiio. Portland, Coeur d'Alene and Nelson, com- peting in International Roft'lng Events. E. D. 'Butler, Champion Sculler of Canada, will meet A. 51. Pfaen- der. Champion Sculler of Western America; N. Kennedy, British Columbia Champion; Frank .Nott, Vancouver; and T. D. Dos Brissy, of Nelson, for the DIAMOND SCULLS OF THE WEST. Many are coming Jrom all- parts of Wie earth to the KOOTENAY- BOUNDARY OLDT1MERS' REUNION which is to be held in a real Oid-Timers Log Cabin. If you arc an Old-Timer como 111 arid register during Cliahko Millta. IIoi-sc Purses Offered MillillD- Machine Rock Drilling Contest. men M00i00 Sec-ond Prize, 52BO.OO Third Prize, Rose Festival and Small Fruits Exhibition. Tho crepturo and bnrn'Ing bf-the Steamer Nel- illt UIHKM. B011 by Kootenay Indians- Canada Lightweight, and Middleweight Box- ing" Championships Vaiso, Champion of Canada, vs. Char- lie Lucca for title. Borrieau, vs. Bilii' Weeke, [or Wid- dleweight Championship of Canada. SOMETHING FOR THE Street Fair, Including Mor- ry-Oo-ound, Ferris Wheel, All Kinds of Side Shows Lacrosse, Football, Baseball, Etc. Pathc Bro. Will Take Moving Pictures of the Various Events. For OiUclal Program and Premium List write tieb. Patterson, Manager Nelson Carnival Company, Limited. J: E. ANNABLE.-Frosldenti Nelson, n; C. Slnglo tare from all points In B. C. reduced rates mm State of Washington and all pralrlo points. Those wishing to book room Jn advance apply to R. C. TEVIOTDALE, P.' 0. BOX 221, NELSON, B, C. Of heaven da earth again. And isn't it beautiful, sweet, That faith of a man in his child, And his wife nnd his Jiome and his simple life That he boasts of iindefiled? When every maa'e home-is the'sweet est place On earth for a man to bo; When every man's wife is the sweet, est wife In all tbe 'world to see; AVhen every man's child is the dearest child That ever drew then, W6 .shall have better children and women-, and homes Arid a mighty .sight better men. Miss !va and Lillie Schweitzer are m Winnipeg to attend the fair. Miss Peggj ioster of Claresbolm, s spending tlie holidays with Mrs. H G Long 14th St S. Mr ard Mrs Peter. Lund, of Ward- ner B C are guests with Mr. and Mrs Q A Wilson Ivmth St. judge Jackson is in Calgary, the gUest of his brother Mr. Robert E. Jacfsdn first Ilillhurst. 4 Miss Anna Wodell of Calgary, is a guest with the Misses Lilian, FloiJ cnce and Violet Bailey, Twelfth St. Mr. and Mrs. Bletcher expect to leave on Monday to spend.a vacation m rdmonton and Sasliatchewan and Mrs. W. L. Ritchie, of Vacation with .their aunt, .Mrs. Dav- idson. Llngiurd, ot the Citi- Lumber Co aciompanied by her llier, Mrs. -Lihguard, is spending a vacation at Raymond, and other southern points. Mrs. George Wheleu and daughter, Marjory, left today to spend a few tlays at the ranch of Mr. Sbium, near Coaidalc. Mi-. Kaiser of the Royal bank staff at] aiid formerly of the local staff, is spending a in the J Miss Sadie Macleod of Haynor, Ont., who, has been visiting iu Uanlf and Nelson, is tho guest of Mrs. O. Mc- Queen, 808 Second avenue South. Miss -Macleod- is a teacher at Carrieville, Sask. Mr. Burfield, of Medicine Hat, for- merly of the local express office, 'will shortly join the ranks of tho bene- dicts. His brlde-in-be is en route from England', and the marriage will be celebrated In IJeSson at the home of hlB sister next week. j St. Cyprian's Ghurch was the scene: ot a very pretty wedding when Miss 'McKenzie of Dootie, Liver-'! pool England, became the bride of Mr. 'P. Smitli, ot the local freight of- ics staff. The bride looked very winsome in grey corded silk gown and wbite picture bat, with ostrich plume, and' carried a shower bouquet, Mrs. J. H. Smith attended the bride, wearing a pretty creation of blue silk and picture bat, while the groom was supported by. ills ..brother, Mr. J. H. Smith. Rev. Canon McMillen performed the ceremony, after which a reception was beld at the Splits of Tifr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith, 1208 Second o.venue. South. Mr. and Mrs. Smith left today to' spend their honeymoon in and on -their return 'wi'jl reside in-the city. Wesley Sunday will .tbelr annual on the 22nd o! this month, -when the us-_ ual good time is anticipated. The Flower Guild :witl visit the Gait hospital, as usual at 3 o'clock tomorow Phoenix, B. C., will spend the week- end with the letter's mother, -Mrs. j Kennedy, Mrs. Blctcber. Miss Dora Nimmons and Miss .Sill- afternoon. Donat-oaa o.. garden blos- dred Nimmons left last night for j soms of any kind will be most grate- Prince 'Albert, Sask., to spend the fully received. J. B. Ririe, Magrath, Alberta Champion coNriNunn FROM FRONT PAGE CHAMPION ALDER 1A SHEEP .EXHIBITOR Pts. W R Stewart 230 J B Rine, Magratli 22s Hubert Smitli, Camrosc 220 G. H: Parker, Pchbold 180 H.' S.1'Currie', :lngleton 35 at and (10 in casli 2nd prize SWINE 'EXHIBITOR McDonald :Bros., Brant 255 iw: J. Hoover Sor.5; Butter Lale 230 Curric, Ingielon 185 Swift, Viking 85 Hambly Sons, Minson ...........70 1st Prize, cup valued at and. in cash. 2nd prize 55. CHAMPION ALBERTA EXH1U1T- OR OF GRAINS AND GRASSES A. Perry, Cardston Lpsey, Winnifreri Forsyth, Magrath W. Turner, Macleod HO 1st Prize, cup valued at and in cash. 2nd prize Champion Alberta exhibitor of poul- try, of any one-variety, not less than 5 birds, A. E. Hum- phries, prixe, cup valued at Championship silver cup by Dr. Stewart for best scoring bird, J.-II. Warrington. EARLY CONSTRUCTION G.T.P. LINES IN SASKATCHEWAN Regina, .Sask., July early completion of the branch, lines under construction in Saskatchewan was promised this morning by J. E. Dal- ryihple, vice-president of the G. T. P., passed through ithis city on his way to Calgary. SASKATOON'S STORK BUSY Saskntoon, Sask., J'uly toon's personal stork made a new re- iord in June for tlie city, there being 110 "births, the highest total in its his- tory. WRONG BREAKFAST Change Gave Rugged Health, SATURDAY A HALF HOLIDAY Paris, July French Senate Saturday a half holiday tor all State shops, Many persons think that for strength, they "must begin the day with .a breakfast of meat and other .heavy foods. This is. a mistake as 'anyone can easily discover for him- self. uV carpenter's experience may bene-. ftt.others. He writes: "I used to be .1 very heavy breakfast eater but filially indigestion caused me such distress, I became afraid to cat anything. "My wife suggested; a trial of Grape- Nuts and as 1 had to eat something or starve, I concluded to tTlke her ad- vice. 'She fixed me. up a dirJi and f remarked at the time that the quality was air right, but the uAfautity was too wanted .a sauccrfui. "But s.he said a sinall amount: of went a long way and that 1 cat it according to So I started in with Grape-Nuts .in'.l cream, 2 soft boiled eggs and some crisp toast Tor breakfast. "f cut out meats anfl a lot of other stuff I had been used to eating all uiy life, and was- gratified to see that I was getting better .right along. I con- cluded I had struck the right thing and stuck to It. i had not only been eating improper food, but too much. "I was working at the carpenter's tiado-.at .thai time nnd thought that unless I had a hearty breakfast with plenty of meat, I would play out be- fore dinner. But after a fow days of my breakfast' I found I-co.uld do more work, felt ibetteiv in every way, ami now I am not bothored with in-, digestion." Namo given by .Canadian Ppstum Co., Windsor, Ont Read "The Road to in pkgu. "Tilievo's n Ueason." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from tl'nn to time. They genuine, truer and full of inttrett. MY CLEARANCE SALE T' IIR JlJLY'SALE is swinging nicely along towards tiic gnal-we arc striving to attain, viz.: the clearance of our shelves before slock the interest and enthus- iasm displayed on (he opening day are being steadily maintained. Space does not permit mention of all our specials. Come in this week-end and see for; QC Home Needs for the July Sale Floor Oil Cloth Imported Canadian Floor Oil heavy qualities, tile, block and floral designs, all col- prs. at per square All Linoleums Reduced Jap Mats, Jap ..Mats, in pretty Oriental colorings; size 36 x 63. A -is- ular 65c value. Clear- Mftf, ing at............... 'HlG AD Rugs Reduced Wool Art Wool Hugs, two all Scotch wool, tan and green col- orings. 7 ft. li In. x 9 res. ular for 0 ft. x 9 ft., regular for......... 0 ft. x 10 ft. 6 in. 512.50, for........ Ready to-Wear- Week-end News Children's Dresses Chidren's Dresses in pretty striped and checked ginghams, also cbambrays and natural Hn- cn. Buster and French styles. Values up to sizes 2, 4 and 6'years Misses' Dresses Hurry Out Sale of these Misses' Dresses Sizes 10, 12, and 14. Values all the way to ?3.50. Clearing: at a fraction of their true value. Chambrays and Ginghams in plain colors; also stripes and clhecks. French, styles......... Ladies' Dresses Ladies' All Over Embroidery Dresses, beautiful styles, white only. Just. 10 of these dresses; also a few in fine voile. Val-, ues to CO'CC for Grocery Specials Phone 313 SEAL OF QUALITY FLOUR, Milled from No. 1 hard -vheat 7C 98-lb. sack 49 pound Sack 24 pound Sack KITCHEN TOMATO CATSUP, ,3 tins for C I U PICKLES, Maco sour AC ft mixed, 2 -bottles .for tVW WHITE STAR BRAND RED CABBAGE A1- 1 bottles for 1 I U WHITE STAR BRAND PICK. LED WALNUTS 2 bottles for ROYAL SEAL OLIVES, 5 oz. 2 bottles for ROYAL SEAL OLIVES, a.m. 9 fin 2 bottles for.......COb CLUB HOUSE oz., Per bottle HARRIS' WILTSHIRE BA- CON- Per pound wlIC SCOUT 3 tins for.......... COC ACME- KIPPERED HERRING, 2 tins for fcOt KIPPERED HERRING In Tomato Sauce 9 jf n 2 tins for......... fclC SMITH'S JAMS 5-lb pail CROSS AND BLACKWELL JAMS 3-lb tins 8 CANS TOMATOES For 10 CANS EARLY JUNE PEAS 1C CANS SWEET CORN for......... STIRLING COFFEE Per pound........ HOIf 75c Continuing the Sale of Shoes Misses' Bhichcrs Ladies' Black Vici Kid blucher style, just about twenty pairs left. One of our newest summer models. All sizes from eleven to two. Keg- QQ ular. for _._... ...s m the hands oC the executive ,on July 11 I With a view of obtaining' a ot interest in the li. F. A. movement; ,1 Spcakman, vice-president of U V A has arranged to hold ihgs at most of the in tin.