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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE BIGHT JIOX. S. H. BL VKE, DEFENDJBK THE FA1T1I MONDAY, JULY 13, 1914 This picture illustrates the notable activities of the notable lawyer, poli- tician and churchman who nway In- Toronto, aged 79, after a long illness, on June 3rd. Mr. Blake was an Anglican, who fought to the last ditch even- attempt to introduce into teachings of Anglican church in Can- ada aov suggestion of Highsr Criti- K1LBONAV AM) S'l. lion, H Mcittjjuc 3, HOB Oeofgc U 85 J rdmg to our speci ________ grautt Ul women weigh less developing power Brtakei 101 nothing In order to acquire the CEMEIl WlNMl'Ui Dii'on 1532. DOUBTFUL, ST A. P.CBS, Lib- eral leading by 158 with iour polls 1 to hear from and is probably electc.1 Lll5> RAL Williams 11. G. H. Malcolm 315. li. llolioy It fa Thornton 206. J Vrm strong 295 Hi II McConnell 3% C Norris.-US. Gnerson ,338 MORDEN7 AND Valentine WinUer 13l> B- Graham 6S PORTAGE LAI SicPherson 7. RUSSELL-D. C. Swan H. George Ciingan 81 CEKTRE WINNIPEG as Johnson 852. SOL1H Hudson 70S. SOUTH WINNIPEG Parnsh 553 The Art of Swimming (Written efcpeciall) for the Her.14 thew life-saving motions, the. feat of bj Mr H Oorsan, International Y. l-nown.as M L A swimming Tho art of swimming maj dl- into thrco parts, the angla at natatorial breathing also mav eicn. superior m preventing death by but uded into thrco parts, the mgie M location, for tho person who inn which the person should the breath light in tlK waU-r would have correct method of bioathiug, tho to freeze or to death, but motions When the proper angle, breathing jml motions ate- acquired, the art is known as a thro and ill no man- Lould not choke or smother These so-tailed expert swimmers who do not meet death result, of cramping, but simplj choke to di.ith on'The sitrtau and'then sink Those can it be descried as a strain ot chopp lumping into exertion I f nr met hy the hah The old Uimese sajmg It .1 u the wluch ,s hard it is is adaptable to b the art of swimming bolter than any other.art. 1AERTION SUPERFLLJUS should swim down in the wa- ter that is, just under the w atcr, like the swoid iioh or shark To oc The amount of esertion required to lift the head up and look swim in comparison with walking or is all right, but to hold the saft aijieaMest part of the boil} out of the Mr-met Then' ail the time causes exhaustion Limning is apparent strained face on a v-hi do io mam people meet deoth, Ag bj drowning' Simph because thcj I Jhe ......._ _________ to swim in the air instead find tbat more than hall down in thejwater. Down in the wa o( stllnmullg consists of dtep ter the human body weighs onl) an anll tnat the shoulder ounce or less according to oitf speci o( strolte has tremen fc grauh UUHJ _____r...0 nenouslv inclined will find in TO HEALTH flers (rom weak t uu ui UVJLIUU5 iu UIUL. .u rue mciineu wtu mm I horizontal angle we must lai oal and [anoi drung a iorce tbat heads down in the water, thus nav i fir nnnnannnt.lv cure Winnipeg, July Conserva- tives claim that the standing of the parties now is Government 25 Lib- erals 19 Independent 1 in doubt 1. The Independent seat is Centre Win- represented by F. J. Dix- on, who ran as Independent but was chdccsed by the Liberals, and polled largest individual majority in the province. _: .The Ministerialists now claim that Sir. Dixon stages he is quite as like- ly to vote on the Government as on -the '.opposition side. According to 1 he Government estimate given below the doubtful seat Is St. Clements, but: the figures received up to noon St. Clements is in the Liberal column. TRIPLETS AT Famous B.C. Coal CE To Attract Theodore's Attention Fernie, B.C., July __ding in Fernie Annex, e-, The division o! seats now appears I on Saturday. .to be'as follows, with the majorities are all doing well. as stated BOVERN31EST Haig 236. BEAUTIFUL PL.UNS-Hon. J. H. Howden 29. BRANDON' CITY Hon. G. R. Coldwell 1B3. CYPRESS-George Steele 16. Buchanan 2SO. Rodmond Roblin 140. D. ilewhirter 281. Di 4i- McFadden 46. GI'tBERT Hughes 336. -Thorraldson 682. Benard, mation. NEW month at; the coast. British Columbia. Sir. 1 practice in this he 1 ed aii association with faarricter. orris 44S. erson 338. td 685. m 6S. E. A. nalii 33: s 33. gan SI. A. B. A. LePas, down in the water, uius nm-mg the leet on top the hod) slides tnrougn a nurrow shallow channel To accomplish this we must simply learn a little trick, that is to blowout under the water through the nose, then 1 by a simple turn of the neck muscles the month is swung upwards while the. head is held down, and a ?reat gulp the air is. taken m through the mouth Thus we breath in rhrtlvm with our shoulder motions out through the nose under water and in -through the mouth at the water lexel This ieat is the basis of the art of swimming and.can be acquired by anyone and when acquired renders a Person a non-drownable swimmer The old school still persists in calling the breast stroke .-the basis of the art. I will say tor .that stroke that it is a most dangerous stroke for a woman to -learn, while it utterly ruins boys and men for fast, graceful swimming It has held the art of swimming back because it has neither utility, speed, grace, yalue nor simplicity to recommend it. CRAWL SIMPLE Tun association crawl stroke has simplicity, .speed, hygienic value, and can be taught to one hundred as well as one at a time, and does not wear the subject out. The, life-saving- strokes are neither the crawl stroke, the English pver-arui, nor the breast stroke, but the side, under arm and the broad stroke-an-b'ack, .as wrelV'as, the feat oi being able -to scull- strong. As an aid correct or even permanently cure the tendency. Those suffering from poor cifenli tion and skin trouble will find in the air, sun.' sand and .water bathing great healing powers. The -snake-like motions of the trunk while turning and twisting in the water, will enable the internal viscera to perform their noimal functions, and thus renovate the entire system. Swim to health is the advice I will give those contemplating a mollycoddling couibe of treatment iollowed bv some avoidable operation. Swimming develops organic vigor and not muscles like knots. I consider that the work of the speed swimmer as C M Daniels and others, of vastly, more importance in promoting the art bt swimming than is the feat of Capt. Webb and Burgess in swimming the English channel. The trip around the world of Barney B. Kierman, the 'Australian, did more good for the art 'than -all .the. Webbs and Biirges that will ever live. One shows .the possibilities ol the average human being, while the other demonstrates the impossibility of the average person. A fat-clumsy man whose vital parts are well protected by' a larger-- layer of adipose might accomplish ;a. feat the result of Ins structural make-up that would be impossible 'to a normally built person. ERNIE Threatens Attention -A lady reave birth to Mother SISTER: r. A. S. Ban-spending a hlle at the admitted as the Bar 'of anwell w-111 aving makers are advancing shoe prices more than 20 ,per cent. Ar4 You Billioui? to the liter U Vy in getting nd of excewive V "quwititiA of certain ingredients, and when unable t6 do to, tick headache is produced by the retention of bite in the blood. Eno'a "fruit Salt" cxercitet a Bimplo but definite action on the liver, by which the iccretion of bile regulated It the body of the bile and camtA off all the impurities, clettntmg and purifying Eno may be aafely et any time by young or old Order a bottle'TO-DAY from your dealer. Preparid only by 3. C. ENO, Ltd "Frrt SJt" LM.M, E.( FREIGHT DERAILED AT MORRISSEY, BC, July derail ment of A freight tiain on the CPR at Moinssej on Saturday morning, the eastbound Spokane tal gary here at.6.00 a.m., un- til 10 a.ra. Tortunately no, one was Injured, although it was quite a bad ipUL HUE RTA G ETT t N G GASSY London, July 13.4-The manager of the Mexican Railways today that Provisional President Huei'ta's government liud ordered to re construct the portion of the line' near Vera Cruz which was destroyed by the Mexican Federal troops lyhen the city of Vera Crua 'was occupied-by the -Vmericans Buttonholed. If a merchant could call at the home of every one of his customers and talk with each for five minutes, he could materially increase his busi- ness but figure out the time it would take' Exactly the same result may be obtained by an advertisement in this paper It will go into the horres and be read at "a very favorable moment, when the mind of the customer .5 not distracted by other things Tell your business news m the advertising columns If your announcements are truthful and convincing, they will bring results. ,_ j jl COPYRIGHTED ,I I INTERESTING SPOTS IN; A CHILD'S HISTORY OF NEW CANADA the early dcys ichen Canada did ,KOt exiend west of the, Oreat Lakes and France and England icsrc tattling for supremacy-on this confin-' er.t the white people did not treat the -Indians very well. There arc very jsia real IridiansHeft in Canada these days, and when' Key read ham their lore- fathers ty the ichiie settlers some ttmeflin those olden dags it must make ban. About end of the seventeenth 'century who oicned the Atlantic ocean, began io tfceir trade into Canadian territory, 'tSeri: controlled by Fro-nee. This 'gove-.Ttse. to keen rivalries be- ticcen races, and led the Kith the Iro- gyoisjtn tit'eir to the French. At a mealing of 'chiefs wltli Governor Denonville. 'Fort ffro.nififac, of their, tc and put in. irons: and. to humor the the king, they jrcrc- sent to work on the perfidy end here. of: tiuo' thousand men, In a jltst. of, canoes, he entered' the ntry Geuesev.River, i days.ravaged their homes of them cruelly to death, the River, he -.garriaoned a fort at its 'A. terrttic.-revenge was talsen, on-the 'French, colonist's, for 'thes'e infamous acts.'-S'-he.lroQliois detcended like a 'hurricane on and at La- -little above Montreal, moreitian a thousand-Frenchmen were aurprivd niffh't and massacred. 'Fort'Si'aflflrfl: to thq ground, Frontcnttc., having to o_e aban- .'trasUitg .vetMto-CMd- stores in the port. The colony. URM now in 'the greatest, otifl news of thi's''reaching "fr.onienac was immeili- .-in.-the governorship Canada. With him warriors ttured PUSSIES, Puppies, and White r Mice, All of them as pets are nice, And will love you, that's "too say you feed them every day. Some. love oats an-i some love dogs; Some IBVe hlack-faced golli- Jays the Mother, ..._ ..one and Ted's the Oliver and I'went with father on a big steamship to Canada, we thoueht we-were going'to visit a foreign country .which tad "nothing to do wiUi'our own home- land. We eipeoted''tiat most Beople wonld not understand our laaguase, and that boys and girls would not know how to play any of our gomes. But soon we found our mistake- .One day Oliver read the name of our ship "Empress of printed upon a'lifebuoy. "That means our said he proudly.. "It means my Queen, too, said a little toy -who was playing with us. "What part of Britain do you come sitting.on .their asked I. "Isjiglana, or 'Scot- luggage and'v. and, or Wales, or "From none re-pHed.. i------y niuch: THE ANGLER BIRD fKafffi. u ''tftHteftttfantftolVto.a, tdftovnd j fur; and mother. Tho eldest girl told us tiat -had come from a smoky new borne be funny.old bird vKtut To catch In the river some flshfis, P'Ut spends the day reading what should be llor.o, So mcapwhlln the fishes have no end of fnn, pnc oft.MaJH.aJi Oliver looked surprised. "Canada is not a part of Britain ,'I'saidaie. "Tos, it ansxersd'ijeJCijjaijHin boy. te not." J i. r it is." I really think tiiy hare quarrelild if father, who waa strolling up acfl down the deck, had not stop- ped-'to ask us what we about so loudly. "The'boys began to tell, him, both' speaking at once, but father put-his fingers in his ears. "Let Naacy said he laugh- ing. So I told what had- happened, and wBen finished father .Canadian on the. back. ....-girt you are, my said'he, "Canada is a very4. Important of Greater Britain. GrestfBfilain is like a mother -with a which is called Greater Britain or the British Empire. Canada is a big already strong and handsome, who Is doing much for tfie honor and pros- perity of the family." .r The Canadian boy looked pleased to be told he was right; but I am sore Oliver was no less pleased to find that he was wrong. "Will Canada feel just like asked he. replied father; "but you will soon feel at home there, for you will be among friends, and .everywhere you go the Union Jack will remind you that you are still in the great British Empire." TUB EXD OF THE VOYAGE. We loved Canada fronvthe day. cur ship steamed up the great St- I-aw- rence River and we saw the beautiful city of Quebec, with purple hills and green woods behind it, shining In the sunlight. "VV.oat a nice country It said Olirer. "And how nice and homish It said tho little Canadian, sniff- ing the fresh breeze. It did smell nice, for I spiffed It myself to sec, It made roe remem- ber -the scent of the woods on a bet day when the blue smoke from crackling fire of sticks under our kct-. tie twisted among the; B.recn branohes. i Fatter.eaU thte was because I Umelt of wood-smoke from many fires cf worsd which were burning In'Quebec. But we forgot the scnnt and' every- thing else when tho pasJengors bcpn to troop off tho ship. A srre.it many, of thorn were boys and girls and, bi- bles. And ne-arly all looked happy aa they crowded to the shore- In the country, where ttey would see green graas and beautiful flowers, and keep corys, and pigs, and .chick- ens. And one of her brothers, no big- ger than Oliver, cracked a toy whip and said he was going to drive horses, and ride on a reaping machine, and ploy in orchards, where there would be BO many, apple trees tiiat no one -would think of scolding If he helped -himself Last night, when wings Ute sails against the AmTsonfettiliiE In his bill? J sesiwhich way he And .wiero he lighted Where'er he called, there's Joy this morn Around- n -wondrous sight- Brother or slater, newly born! Left by the Stork last night' "NEVER T riffle vmtlltcd me cot-e me afternoon anil vw rtfi onatous that I shovM cut IF at oma.mM.giTX him, a fltcc oj if. 7 tald'.Mtufte cotM not nttve a piece until lapttme, wnercupon lie sat laokir-g'very longtnfllv cake, ami presently tic loofccct up me and. .taiil: "11 grandma was lie.rf. site would soy, looks, starved.'" Ho Jiad not ecen his arananm IOT marly a year. XA.NTA IN THE-TIiElfOK. T 1TTLE EDWARD went mil to alters were diguing the looked dawn, ana sam an oM man ntth a long nrcjl beam, diaaing. Just turn 'the .iwcrintcnicnt came alonii. and Edward addressed 7ifm as "Hello. George'. Is that Santa Olavl get down thcrct" A WJTTY JOVTH. RAynitA ccfetiratcil her. MrMay on Dec. 2-lHi, on Christmas wlien the laWe was 1invl with during a. momentary lull in the i-anversallon; a shrill toy's mice, of five pipcri "Say, grandma, I know i icliy you arc so nice. -'Cause you mm I tern before Christ. w.'io marched nc ark witli igned grandma. fnl! of Industry Is .lane, No lesson over gives her She never plflys, !n filln.nor i To jump or Joke would never 1 nut dull she Is, nnfl will remain; thin the-inattor wo LlTTl.Fi airl not'nr.ilc 4 'ye.art of, mu leltin'characol >cr aranilma- The grandma's face leas lieiM aged, and. the oMld, i was olten looKintr at her lace torth me .worts: "Grandma, it I a lace like yours, should 1 dier HALF A 1'ARD OF UKAN. TXAHRY, aacO. seven yean, mas tent his mother to a dm goats store (or Vs-wtr'A of cheap cotton wool to mnke'a pir.-eushion. Xol having cheap coi'.on moot in stock, the assist- ant aal-.cA the little lel'.oui what the cotton icaol -teas for, and tie said: "Mother wanted it to make 0 fin- cushion." so she said, "Tell mother M the best for pln-cutMont." "Wall, aim me hall a that. A JOKV ON ins 'AVNT. r ITTLE ARTHUR accompanied the milkman on the morning routes, opportunity to mttt Auntie Jane each ilau; and likewise Auntie Jane Innl; the oworJnnUv Io tf.aeh Arlhur.-tatle things." The morn- infj previous he had complained of licing cold, and Ann-tin to htm: "Vow must say limbs, not monn'ns itf-luiil