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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY THE LETHBRI'DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FTYB SALVATION ABMY'S PAGEANT OF THE NATIONS The assembly of Sahation Army member on lie Thames embankment in London prioi to the march to Hyde Park The worJowlde -work of the Salivation Arim was brou lit home to EnglMimen m Spectacular form when the Intel national Congre now meeting In London assembled on the em bankment and marched to Hjde Pirk The Congre numbers several thous and representing ilftj countne and peaking over thirty languages In the foreground ot the picture wo tee a gioup 01 German peasants from the BI ck Forest In costbme con 1 ting ol bright red waistcoats and long blue and emerald coat Behind 1 i mounted American Salvationist With a megaphone. There were 67 bands in the .procession. Medicine Hat, Alta, July graphical unions of every city bf.Al- lierta and Saskatchewan are repre- sented at the convention ot the typo- graphical, conference of these two pro; vinces, which opened this morning addresses of welcome from civic and trade and the naming of Fraternal delegates from Manitoba .and' British: Columbia are al o pre ent, and efforts will be made at this convention to take step; to have these brought into the conference. U; S. BATTLESHIPS VISIT LONDON London July American battleships "Missouri and Illinois ar- rived from Gibraltar today, and an- chored in the Thames off Gravesend, where the> ill remain about a week Aboard is a large party of cadets from the naval acadeniy; at Annapolis, "Who are making their AN ANTICIPATION OF IRELAND'S ATTI- TUDE TOWARDS HOME RULE Tho New Dress. Erin: Well, thank ye koindly, Misther Rliedmond for fill the throuble ye've aftlier takin1 to get ut. Ifl sthrolkes me I won't be afther tryin' ut on yet as long as you two fellors are-en the (Bystander. Judge It By Any Standard! Judge the RUSSELL-KNIGHT by any standard. Compare it point by point. Prove it by any test. You find 35% more in other cars of equal price or class. Russell engineering factory financial manufacturing experience-Russell world's records and the RUSSELL KNIGHT'S freedom from import duty guarantee this. We give you extra value without extra cost. KNIGHT ENDURANCE The Russell Knight motor im- proves with use. It has no springs, cams, tappets nor valves to wear and need adjustment. Sleeve-valve motors are more, flexible, more economical than any other motors built. By the use of special heat-treated alloy steels, every part is tough and strong. Every driving part is practi- cally, indestructible. Finest materials and skilful workmanship make the Eussell-Knight a durable and long- lived car. LASTING COMFORT. Comfort is built on the Russell-Knight. The skilfull body design the wide, flexible springs of silico-manganese steel; the roomy, high-backed seats; the 12-inch-deep cushions, covered with selected leather and filled with long-fibred hand-sorted hair, all combine to make the Russell- Knight the most comfortable car in the world. DISTINCTIVE. The graceful lines of the Russell- Knight are distinctive, conservative and smart. This car is designed to please the most exacting. It is built to last arid look well for years. It is sold to give service and lasting satis- faction. Caution in designing care in steej- testing, heat-treating; care in machining, assembling, and inspect- ing, unite to give you a car "Made Up to a Not Down to a Price." You buy a car for more than first-year service. You want utmost value for the price you pay. In your own behalf, talk with Russell owners, and drive a RUSSELL KNIGHT yourself. Fully Equipped F. 0. B. F a c t o r y Electric Starter, Electric Lights, Electric Horn, Top with Boot, Special Windshield, Power Tire Pump, Tonneau Heater, Demountable Rims, Speedometer, Tire Carrier, Etc. RUSSELL MOTOR CAR COMPANY, LIMITED FACTORY T OR 0 N T O W E. S Branches (Aust.) CALGAEY BRANCH, 13th Avenue and Eirst St. East. 511 Lethbridge and the Letlibridge Fair An Appreciation by an Old Country Journalist (By W. B. Smith, of England, who formerly edited a paper in To one who has not been in. the Canadian West since 1309, and whose only visit to the coast was in 1805, there are many big and pleasant surr prises in. a return to these far-flung these past few weeks. And the change all came home so vividly as .we sped along in the now ubiquitous automobile over the well laid strssts to the Exhibition grounds. It is -now very much a liveable town. Let us thank the foresight of the pioneer planners of the city who left that But the exhibits arc the real thing' of the Exhibition. So after a little more ol the events in the ring we Bridge exhibition of local products of all softs. Let it be un- mistakably your own show. And let the variety clement he well subordin- ated to the business end of the gath- ering. I Know I tread on debateable ground when I mention the Indians, and I am sure the Indian agent has very good reasons for thinking it hotter the Indians should remain on their reservation, hilt froni the pub- lic point ot view they .are infinitely lands of great promise. There is splendid open space in the cunlre of growth and extension in all places. As "laid out now it is indeed a What citv the world over can equal ot beauty and I hope will rc- Winnipog' in rapid growth? Main] main a joy fo street is now the finest commercial The shops, in forever to its. inhabitants. vite inspection and pur- thoroughfare I have ever seen. There] chase. Formerly you had to want more beautiful buildings of biisi- something definite before you thought ness along that street oi magnificent of entering, now they entice and than in any city known, tempt you. ilie well and suitably natural 'tossed Mies bound lor the exhibi- few cities on the t.ion tell the best story of the shops was s almost as great one class. Thank Godifor the reli-jor who know Vancouver in that superb position which to can equal, has growth to show. Nine years ago it was a bright anil growing place of some thirty thousand people; prom- ising a future of expansion. But that first few minutes' walk from the de- pot to the Vancouver hotel, showed the visitor that reports of its de- velopment had been understated. It looks and is a great com- mercial edifices of size and beauty the unmistakable hallmarks of one of anything is local and native born get down and go round to the EXhi-j preferable to some of .the side; shows bition buildings proper to sec the' products of Southern Alberta. a general impression can he given here and the first and last impres- sion is one of .surprise that the gen- eral level oi the show is so good in a new country. The Pcrchcrons and dairy cattle remain in the mind as the outstanding merit of a good gen- eral show. The Holstein, Jersey and Avrshire milkers were a treat. But of the grand stand, stalking.along in. characteristic gait is a" man who knew this place before it had an in- habitant or a name. What are his. thoughts as he looks the scone and thinks of this site as ha once knew it when the Indian and'tht: buffalo and a few daring traders were its only denizens. He supplies the OIK touch necessary to complete 'the won- der of the show. For George ..Houk remains to us only a more as a living link with those first i-hich take up apace and dollars at days in the modern history qf South- our Exhibition.; They, at all events, ern Alberta. Few men over saw a characteristically local product! fireatcr changes than thew men. And thcy. arc So only wcll meant. for suggestion, .are "a fciv this gathering stands ai the test 61 what Christianity and civilization have done for this wonderful country. thoughts of possible improvement out i Far and away the most interesting of a" general impression of surprise sight is the splendid human product and pleasure at so excellent, an exhi- I that throngs the Exhibition ground.; billon. When one thinks of what the sit? of this city was 40 years ago the wnniicr increases .that such things the hulls generally were a ThcrCi thc smart "I did not know this was a fat stock throur that crowds thc lawn in front the comment of a visit-j ps something of stock in gious'zeal and seli-denial which has the old countrv, as" we walked past raised and is raising these line church It is a brave and a goodly sight these crowds of orderly, bappy- looking folk. No sign of hard times in these places, tho glorious dpti-; mism of the West pervading all. edifices pass to the divine service evidence of the character any people. These pretty homes hull alter bull ridged in layers of fat. Even the young bulls were grossly fat. Surely this is judging on wrong- tell I ijncs. These animals would be, passed another tale of culti-j Ovcr. by oiii country, juugea in unfit, vation oi Mutt domestic life which; Where there is so much to praise and makes nations great. And what a i admire, let us venture another sug- dclightfui change these refreshing j gestion. There ought to be more trees and gardens have made to the; classes confined rigidly to local ex- old prairie. They have given a de-: hihitors. These outside exhibits thc world's great trarte centres. prosperous and comfortable travel round the shows of the a change is there since'look to lhc town- And so 5iiECil! West are inteiesUiig ami iiiost in- yejrr. in Lethbridge than in any of friiconrago local smstrtnew ku turn- Western cities. I have visited i outs. classes reserved to local- exhibitors within a given area. One looked for more vegetable exhibits hut the ear- ly date 'of the show prevents this. Which brings us to the question whe-1 thcr the early .days of .Tuly are the best suited to such an Exhibition. There must be many circumstances to be considered in this connection whieli only those in close touch with the show can understand. But are told it is the circuit system which necessitates having the show fit in with other shows, so as to'get the big prize" winners and variety, show people. Wcll, with all respect, we venture to say that these ought to come -last in tlie considerations which rule the show. Make your show as far as possible a typically LotU- HE thinker knows that a light, easily digested and assimilated food is conducive to hard mental work. His; knowledge of what is good for him leads straight to Be sure of the right signature. IQc per package ;