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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR THE LETKEBJDCE DAILY HEftALD THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914 She Deiafo Hlfeerta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year.. Daily, by mall, per year. Weekly, by mall, per year.... TELEPHONES Business Office............... l- Editorial Office 12: W, A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager THE U. S. MARKET In 1911 Ontario.was led to believe the United Status would not proudi good Ontario fanner and so tie reciprocity anangemenl was tanged good and hard. Since the Wilaoh tariff -went Into effect lias proved otherwise. Here are some comparative .figures of'Ontario exports which tell the tale sufliciently well to srolte all the 'anti-reciprocity arguments on the head 1912 1313 Olttle e'.caives. Oats oat hulls iSa.JSJ Newsprint paper. Atl otffler parts of Canada lave reaped the 'same" "benefits; and the western tanner is still eager for the free entrance of his wheat Into the U. While tlie'Borden" govern- ment has refused-this privilege-tine neit Dominion, election wilhgive the farmer an opportunity or bringing in to power a party that is prepared to premde this boon, and that party is identical witfo the party which favor- ed reciprocity in 1911. DIFFERENT. NOW In the days when Ijaurier .carried the Dominion, .the Conservatives used to console themselves with the dec- laration that it -was .Quebec that did it, an insinuation that the- French Canadians stood solidly behind their compatriot It used to annoy them .when they found Quebec voted so solidly but the same-feeling toward the French will not exist amongst those Conservatives are eo joy- ful over the Hoblin victory in Mani- toba. In that province all the French districts offset the English-speakiEg vote and went strong ifor the govern- ment. This is true in the majorities given to Fciey, a Catholic in North Winnipeg', Garland in lakeside, where IMcPherson, Liberal, won the .old of but lost in'tfhe gerry- mander, a .portion of.the French dis- trict along Lake Manitoba being add- ed on to kill the English vote. Ste. Rose and Dauphin were lost to the Liberals Ijy. French districts. La Ver- andrye, Morris, Iberville and St Boni- face went government strongly, all French seats. The boot is on the other foot noiv. P 'ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Fveddy Duttou wu drownrd at Ed moil ton, W.'H. Adams, has appointed general secretary ot th Ontario -Reform Association. .M. E. Martin, a draughtsman in th land titles office, Calgary, was draw ed at 'Banff Springs. "During the last fiscal year persons were killed by railroads i the United States ;Foxes worth nave been ex ported from Saskatchewan, since th present season .opened. Two -young girls namer, Starr, 6 Whitchurch township, York county were killed at a railway crcsslagTnea Alt' Albert, Out It is reported that -Hichard Croke Trill return to New York to again take up the leadership of T-amman; Lincoln Beachey, the, Chicago air man, says that flight across the At antic is impossible at the .preseri ime, v -WiHram 'Augustus Gordon Hake, tin ildest barrister in England, died a' Brighton. He, was born in 1811 and as called to the bur In 1835. Alleging that- he is guilty of unpro- essional conduct application has been made by the Law Society of Man! oba to have name of N. F. Hagel K.C., struck from fehe, rolls The municipal.. council of france, authorized the issue of a loan 1 at 4 per cent, forming second Instalment of a municipal can of Toted by the auncil of 1912. Why didn't those weekly half holi- days'start in May? Then we wou3d have had a shower every few minutes each Wednesday. We wouldn't be a if Sir quit in 'Manitoba before his knighthood is forced to be drag- ged through the mire of defeat Rather a narrow escape than a kill- ing. Chamberlain's political career was one long and brilliant antithesis. He early in life espoused the cause of home rule for Ireland and fought for it through tfliick and thin, under the leadership of William Ewart Glad- The Harden government guaranteed efficiency in the management of the affairs of the country wp- have a appointed by the gov- ernment criticising the government for allowing a douible subsidy to be paid to a little two-by-four railroad In New Brunswick. The Calgary Aibertan vary wel! says: "The Greenway government ccaiapsed after the strong man of the administration, Hon. Clifford SIfton, went' to Ottawa aa minister of the Dominion government. Tie Roblin government on the verge of col- lapse shortly after the strong raem- iber of the administration, Hon. Rob- ert Rogers, leaves for Ottawa aa a member of the Dominion administra- tion. In this respect history repeats itiself." To keep a government going it ia a mistake to let the strong men leave. Chicago simply won't Medi- cine Hat alRrie. When it is cold it fblaaes it on the Hat, and when it It hot It emits a.wful poetry, via the Tribune, such as: Take lummer tetyrtt, There are few places that CM bout of the weather of Medlcdnfl But even Medicine Hatter would "Ohicafo for in the month of Medicine Hat might as woll give !o, convert Because he dared stand out and ex- ressfhis opinion.on a moral Question n a manner not satisfactory to the Jrange Order, Rev. A. P. Brace, pas or of Gerrard St Methodist church, orpnto, has 'been summarily discip- ned. by the Eastern District Lodge f Toronto and, with others, debarred roin sneaking at 12th' oE July .cele- ratlqris fop five years. floor in" thiTtuwer of the Wool- worth''building is to be utilized as an apartment by Frank W. Woobvortb, owner of the budding. The apart- ment which will be on the fortieth floor, will 'be flhe highest dwelling in the worldl nbe entire floor is to be divided into a series of! rooms. The floor has an area of about 2500 square feet, the area of a city lot. The Berlin, Ont, commission decided to give free trips once a week to mothers and children under ten years of age to Waterloo and Bridge- port during the months of July and August on the Berlin and Waterloo street railway. It was reported that the traffic during ahe month of June was the largest in the history 'erf the railway, fares being collected compared, with for.tfiie isame month last year. The net profit for the was It was a rude thief as well as an exceedingly bold one who Mrs. Helen pretty 17 year old (bride, told the police had invaded her home In West Philadelphia. Not only did he make her at Che point of a re- volver help him ransack the house until the hiding place of her money was discovered, but he forced her to disrobe in the bathroom and then ungallantly. hid filer clothing: in the cellar in order that she could not with any degree a? modesty pursue him and thus prevent his escape. A Spanish company with Canadian headquarters in Toronto, has obtain- ed concessions from the Niagara FalU Power commisiioo 'to construct and operate an aeria! tramway across the whirlpool rapids at 'Niagara Falls. The span across the gorge will be 1180 feet the longest of its kind in the world, for passenger traf- 8c. The car will be suspended on. huge cables fastened permanently at one end while at the other they are suspended on groat weights. Tho company already operates a similar tramway at San Sebastian, Spain, COLLAR fnhfc a Ct., Wolfe's Schnapps (NCtUWOlWO F the vital f body. Every BUiiful U a draucht of t health vigor WHIG BANDMASTER DAVEY OF 8ALVA TION ARMY BAND AND WIFE MARRIED .25 YEARS DONALDSON LINE Europe riHOVS TOU ITS BEBTIOB 1KB ooinnom ATTINTION AU KlfPIOTItt LOWEST Cabta (n) IhM ful ___________ coming out Owda Iran tbe Old Comity. H. E. IJMUN. General Agent, Ot wjliilnr or A most pltasant social eveatog wsa spent in the Salvation Array Ci-tade last night, on the occasion of-Band' master and Mis. Davey's twcnty-iivo years of married lite. All the banil- men-tfith thoir wives and children i also File Chief and Mrs. Hardy and other' friends were royally entertain- ed by these comrades. All. present did justice to the many good things provided. Bandsman T. Wood presided over j the function. Captain Tuttc, just ar- raed gave a short ad- dress pu his'visit to the groat Con- gress 'iri'- London. Songs were ren- dered by Mrs Hardv, Sister Barrett, 'and Brothers Wildish, Alex and Tho- mas Mrs. Rosaine ably presided at the organ "Many 'amusing games were plajed bj joung and old The gathering closed at 11 p m by all present joining hands and sing- ing, "Praise God from all blessings; .The iBandmastet" re- sponded to tbe many calls by giving a little speech On Tuesda} night, af- ftor. band practice; the bandmen pie- isented him with a silver fruit bas- iet. They were also the recipients of many beautiful presents by comrades and friends. Bandmaster and Mrs. Davey have been members of the Army over 24 years in the Old Country and ada. .In the early days Bro. Davey was band instructor for many Army Bands in England. Bro. and Sister Davey desire to thanK .ill comrades ez of William Be-nton, the Scottish for their tokens of love and respect! rancher. Preventing a Business Slump I F during September, October and November munufuctur- ers and merchants were, (o suspend their selling aggressive- ness, as represented by "their newspaper advertising, autumn business for them would be very, very dull. When selling energy is reduced, business slumps. The slump in summer business which many firms experiepce is due mainly to a collapse of their own dim-Is to keep business up to its usual level. The public does not eat less in summer than in the autumn; it merely changes its diet. Pile summer apparel worn by the average man and woman differs from autumn or winter apparel only in weight and kind, not in extent or variety. The common needs pf man re- main fairly uniform the year round. Tlic way to keep business summer is lo keep up the sell- ing pressure as faithfully then as at other seasons, and to keep open the channel of communi- cation between seller and buyer channel of newspaper ad- vertising. luerta Quits; Carbajal Named :ONTINUED FROM FUONT PAGE if. CLEAR BIL them, ou-tbis memorable occasion of theirs. CARDSTON AND TABER HELP CROPS The Evening Standard says: "The Washington administration has won a, diplomatic victory. President Wil- son has been persistent and patient ia -his policy of non-recognition of General Huerta, but it is, likely en- ough :he will be met now by other ob- stacles, just., as hard, to surmount as Tvas General Huerta's obstinacy." The Globe takes much the same view, saying: "The culmination of General Huerta is a triumph of a sort for President Wilqon, tout be assumed that his difficulties and anxieties are by no means over. There is no reason to suppose that Cairdston, have the real opinions of the Mexican peo- been running around the range nave more opportunity to as- last few days. Kimball had a goodlsert themselves-, under General Car- shower on Sunday, likewise the Gien-i ranza than, they had under General wood country and there lias The United States, how some moisture up in the hills. The crops west, of Cardston good unless hail spoils sonic, but, so far, there has been ntrhall this year. Hay operations are in full. swing and'- a good deal will be put up, which will, London, July the impress of Ireland report, the yren, -a "noted shipping review, raws special attention, to ;very roper insistence of the -court upon ie fact that the loss oi the Impress an in no way be, said to be.due to leged dangers of the St. Lawrence. 'A vessel disobeys the regu- ations for the prevention of cqlli- dns, and whose officers do not fol- W4the rules which govern the con- uct'of prudent navigation will ne ;ven the opportunity tq bring collision adds the Sy-1 -derstorm broke ever, has been warned by experience not to inquire too closely-nor to ex- pect too much." Huerta Off. to Coaat Puerto, Mexico, July was currently, reported today that .General nb'doubt, bring a good figure... onboard one of the three ture is pretty good in the foothills tralns from tjie capital, known and will be in good demand later on to be on the here. The British cruiser; Bristol anchor- ed-near the pier in front of the" station this morning, and the German cruiser by those who have not enjoyed quite so much moisture. HEAVY RAIN AT-TABER Taker, July weather this morning has been'- very cool and cloudy, with occasional showers of; rain. At twelve noon a heavy thun- Dresden was approaching the har- bor. Monterey, July .15, (Via Laredo, i Texas, July informed of en. "The disaster does not mean companicd by a very heavy hat there are dangers in which will materially assist the far- le St. Lawrence as far as collisions mers with their grain, are concerned than, on RAIKjAT MACLEOD HELPED tines. The final recommendation of' commission that when a fog rain I Huerta's resignation- tonight General Carranza made no comment, but a high official said he believed the Con- stitutionalist army would proceed to Macleod, July Ow- ing to several recent heavy rains tbwuuv 111SU.IJ 1.0.1113 mes, the portholes should he closed crop conditions have considerably im- proved but a good all round yield is nd the bulkhead ;doors shut is ex- Uent, but logs often, come without arning and disaster, takes place al- capture Mexico City unless there was unconditional surrender of the Mexi- can forces under the new provisional president. V out of the question. Late sown grain an.d that on sum- ost as the fog envelopes" the" ves- mer fallowed land will be fairly good Is'" I and green feed will be plentiful, which The Shipping the court's fact has considerably cased the minds ecommendations certainly will of the farmers with stock. :lly considered, and have indeed been nsidered for .several 'or even many :ars, and it is1 certain that Rt. CROPS GOOD. fvORTHEAST Albion Ridge, July arc growing by leaps and bounds. Har- _ MI. John Burns, president of the vest be a couple of weeks car- oard 'of Trade, will appreciate the Her than usual. Late sown wteit mperative need 01 internationaliza- on in maritime .reforms. RIDING ONE COST LIKE: THREE HURT Vancouver, Jul tomobllc skidding, overturning at a reet corner In .Eburne.-six-miles out Vancouver, W6iii .Ci'UBii under the overturned car, at one clock this morning, lira. Peter nan was killed outright, her hus- nd was badly hurt, as were R. P. ward, the chauffeur, and P. Brady, other passenger." SeWrd had tak- hts employer's car out for a joy Hag expedition. stubble did not receive the rainr; ear- ly enough to produce an average crop, hut the proposition is a poor one and farmers would do '.veil to let it alone in the future. COMPROMISE CONFERENCE ON HOME RULE -BILL London. July House of Lords passed the Home Rule Amending bill, and sent it to the House ot Commons. A conference for compromise is on the tapis. Sir Edward Carson has hurried back from Belfast. St. Swithin's Day Brought Rain; Days of it? No ash shovelling necessary. See the flintaee McClary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Geo. R. Dixon Co. If the old tradition associated wifh the loth of, July proves infallible. Old J. Pluvius will have to shako himself and get busy. Yesterday was St. Swithin's Day, and it rained. Therefore, according to superstition, it must rain for forty consecutive .days, and nights. As early as the 13th the weil .known contained the lines "St.. Swithin's Day il thou dost, rain, For forty days it shall remain St. Swithin's day, if he fair, For forty days 'twill rain riae mair.1' It rained all Half an inch was recorded on the weather machines with the long name, and .j I the showers were general. So if the 6 farmers in southein Alberta are su- perstitious, they are assured of a crop on their summer fallowed -land 'at least. Speaking of weather reminds ono of last Sunday. The Chicago Tribune, on their front page of Monday, takes another poke at Medicine Hat "the place where the weather comes from.1' The Tribune is authority for the statement that Medicine Hat was the hottest place north ot Mexico, last Sunday, with 104. This rather caused some surprise to .the Trib. as the last time they mentioned the wea- ther in connection with the 'Hat', it was 'stecn degrees below zero. cities in the .United States and Canada, not Including Chicago, recorded temperatures last Sunday ot 00 or over. The nearest approach to Medicine Hat's record was Nashvillo, Tennessee, Cairo, Ill- inois, and Cincinnati, which all re- corded a temperature of 102. There's -another, that which the Tribune overlooked, and it is located in the good old U. S. Grass, Montana, tt'i. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND D.CI_ rndtat ALIXANDEX LAIRD. Ciiml Muiuer JOHN AIBD. An't Central CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS The Canadian Bank of Commerce, by reason of tU Urge number of branches in every Province of Canada, witfi direct representation in London, Eng.t New York. San Francisco, Portland, Ore., Mexico and St John's, Nfld with Agents and Correspondents in every part of the world, is able to offer unsurpassed facilities to the public, enabling: them to obtain money In the simplest wa> at an> point on their journey tbe world over. The Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit issued by this Bank overcome annoying difficulties of obtaining; abroad; especially tn places where identification is difficult Cheques and Drafts-on all the countries of the world, drawn in franca, lire, kronen, etc., can be cached or purchased at reasonable 'WM Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. RESIDENTIAL AND DAT SCHOOLS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE Shaugtinessy Heights, Vancouver, B. C> Uniurpaaaed In Canada in Buildings, Equipment or Teaching Stiffs Schools Re-Open-TUESDAY, September 8th. To be sure of admission, appli- cations for 191415 should be made at once Calendars sent on application to REV. E. D. McLAREN, D.D., g Stanley Court, Vancouver, B.C. USED MAILS TO DEFRAUD ine S'eiit Up by Chicago One of Firm Committed i-' 8ulclde Chicago, -111., Juljr de- endantSj accuaed-'of using tho mails o defraud, in connection ivith the Barr and Widen Mercantile Agency, were found guilty today by a jury be- ore Federal Judge Landis. llore than a million dollars had company through ta business methods, according to the government's contention. It was as-- ierCed the Barr and Widen Mercantile Agency "would learn the names., of creditors of bankrupts, and send them letters agreeing to collect the usually suggesting that the bankrupt concealed; fees .were 're'ceived arid the creditors got little retiirni. Widen, one of the'men ftt the head of the commuted sulciile when the government biigan its in-, vestigation. Bank clearings .for the 'week end. ing today amounted to as against for the corresponding week last'year.' Canadian Pacific Ry. Attractive Summer Tours dust or flying ashes. Ash chutes guide all ashes into convenient pan. Ciirele Tour Through the Bocldes, Arrow and Kootcnay Banff, Lake Louise, Field, Glacier, Revelstoke, Rdb-: son, Nelson, Half our and the Crows Nest Pass. PACIFIC COAST On Sale until Sept. 30th.' Return limit Oct. 31st Stopovers J41.90 to Vancouver Victoria; to. to'Portland and Choice of routes, On Sale until September 30; Return tlhilt October 31 SPECIAL FARES to cities and reibrtji in ONTARIO, QUEBEC, MARITIME PROVINCES; NEW YORK arid NEW ENGLAND STATES. "Choice of routes. Stopover privileges. GREA1 LAKES SERVICE CANADIAN PACIFIC UPPER leave Furl Tviiiiuih oh Sundays, .Tuesdays; Thurs- days, Fridays and Saturdays', connecting at Port Me. Nicoll with' steamshlip Exprens for Toronto. For full Information, literature, tickets and reserva- tlonp apply DEPOT TICKET OfFICS Canadian Pacific Station Or write to R. DAW80N, Dlatrlet Paaaangtr Aoint, Calgary. ;