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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta "PAGE FOUR THE I-BTHBBIPCE DAILY HERALP SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1914 tfoetalb f DAILY AND.WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... JJ pally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per sear.... 100 TELEPHONES Bminess Office Editorial Office The Bishop of Oxford addressed the U'esleyan Methodist conference In England. Mrs. Thos. Williams, founder of tho Thos..Williams.name.at St. Thomas, is .dead. W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director Business, Manager THE 0. P. R. DECISION In yesterday's Herald that Letibridse had been, chosen by tie C. P R as the logical point for a district superintendent's headquarters will be hailed Tilth gen- eral delight. The decision Till be one more step In placing Lethbridge on a solid, basis Besides bringing a number citizens to the city, the com- pany's action cannot help bill central- ize the railway" business of a large territory 4 natural result mil oe that wholesalers and distribut- ors wW" looking for a. Southern Al- berta location, will choose Lethbridge as the logical spot 'for their new branch. Altogether, the big corporation has dealt kindly by Lethbridge. may be argued, that it is in their own interest to do so, but the fact remains that they have been and will continue to be-'a powerful factor In the upbuilding of the city and district There seems to be.some difference of opinion regarding the action of the School Board in waiving a possible claim, .company for school tasss The Herald believes the board aid commissioners followed the wise course in deciding as they did The claim may hai e 'been a legal one, but, in the face of the interpretation which has been pnt on the 1S05. by- law, the moral aspect-of the contro- versy Vas'all in favor of the 'C.P.H. However, all's well that ends well, ana the general hope expressed by citizens today is that the latest an nouncement is the 'beginning of a brighter period for Lethbridge Rev." Monsiguer -Aylward, of London, lias--been; appointed parish priest at Sarula, Out. KB, C. W. Pose, pastor of the Park Bap'ist church Brantford, Ont, has resigned and will go to -imherst, N. S. Miss .Blanche 'Sorke, of Tanrwortt, young girl about to be married, has been missing since July 8 PICKED UP IN 1ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN The "wlfa oft Albert Bade, tlie la- crosse star, gaje_birth to triplets at Montreal: er-R. G. HcBethi pastor of Paris, Ont.. .Presbyterian'. church has re- signed ana take up eiangelistic ortf Itf est." Mr? John of Ottawa, mother of nine -ehildren, eloped with her neighbor, Chas. Dumas, a married man. Rev. Father" Hodgkinson, of Woods- leV Ont, after 39 years in the 'Roman Catholic priesthood, without ever tak- ing a holiday is retiring Boss Croker. is going to. return -to New York in'an effort to repair the Tammany machine.. Wonder.if Bob Rogers will retain to Manitoba to undertake a similar" job. Rev. John JIcDongaH thinks the In- dians should have the franchise. One thing is true, and that is that there are hundreds of men casting .the ballot who haven't any more or as much right to do so as the Indiana of the prairie. Hon. Sydney Fisher called Sam Hughes a liar. iSam's punishment for the attack will likely be a two column letter, such as he addressed to .the Orangemen and tie Cobalt'Socialists, -who criticised the militia admoniEtiu- tion. Sam thinks his pen is mightier fonn :the sword. The 'blow given the Roblin govern- ment is much more severe than "the final result would indicate: The Rob- lin candidates .polled only out of votes. The gov- ernment is in popular minority in the province by about 5000 votes. It polled less than 40 per cent of the English-speaking vote of -uae province. Of the purely English-speaking con- stituencies of the province it carried only two. In eleven constituencies In the province substantial majorities in the English polls were swamped by the votes of nbn-English-speakins electors. The total of the msiorltu all .the ministers is less than the -Liberal majority in South Winnipeg therseat of the government A fire destroyed all the farm build- ings with. contents, including live Sock and implements, of W..A. De- wru, Biadwortn, sask., causing a loss of Franklin, the two-year-old son of Henry -Snowden. of Wallaceburg, Ont, died in.-convulsions as the result of -the sulphur of some matches "tie- was playing with. Prank Storey, 'retired farmer and reeve of .-BioomJ.eld, Ont; wills turning from his-farm m his motor car, accompanied .by three boys, was instantly JiUled, by his machine turn- ing over. Mr. Henry Clay, barrister and may- or of Windsor, has -beertsjspointed Lo- cal -Registrar of-the Supreme Court of .Ontario, -Clerk of the County Cour and Registrar of the Surrogate Court or the county'of Essex, inline place of Francis Cleary, who lias resigned Medicine Hal's city Sand will get. a grant of J500 .and a loan of 3500 -re- >ayable at the end of the year, ft addition, to the sum ear Her in. the year for playing in the cits parks, which-sum amounts to aboa George Mehl of Ellice township, one of-.the Nqrth.4 Perth License Commis- has sent in his resignation to the Ontario License Department, in order to go into the hotel business himself. Mr. Diehl and Peter Bonnari imve bought the Royal Hotel at Strat- yffiSESSSiiSiS'S' MCUI. ,CTft The New Mtgnificent "Aqnittmia" York Fliheuard, Liverpool Kconurodatloa long ft. PROM NIW YORK, AUGUST 25TH, SEPTEMBER 15TH. Ship, the Erabodlnunt of Ask the local agent or write THE CUNARO STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED, 8. B. MITCHELL, AGtNT, LETHBRIDGE. Five Sources of Wealth Live Stock Mines Agriculture The British Canadian Trust Co. The opportunity the City of Lethbridge of- fers for the investment of capitaltin SOUND FIKST MORTGAGES returning .from 7 to 10% interest, .with, a security .margin of at least During ths recent ..political, .cam :paign in Manitoba, the Winnipeg Free Press published advertisements pre- senting the case of the .Roblin The Free Press is a Lib- eral paper but its advertising col- umns are open to the public, and so it did not hesitate to give the Con- servatives all the space they wanted to pay for. The Telegram, the "Win- nipeg Conservative organ, on the oth- er hand refused to accept any adver- .tiBing' from the Liberals. Thero Is 'no reason why a newspaper should sot accept advertising from people or parties wfto differ with it on public questions. Advertising space Is not Why Tory After six months legal battle, Harry ThaTT, in a decision handed down by Judge James W. Over, in orphans' court today, is .awarded the income from ihis fatier's estate, which .has been'deniedih'im by the trustees since he was'ad judged'insace for the slay- ing of Stanford "White. By the decis- ion Thaw gets Tho wiH of Duncaa ilcMartln, own- er of the La Rose mine, Cobalt, shows an'estate worth million. 'Mrs. Mc- Hartin receives an immediate cash payment of 150DO, .with a life annuity 6E or in the event of her re- marriage a lump sum of The money Is to go to the children on her decease. 'refused to a Tory merchant it be refused to the party? A Tory merohant does not hesitate to sell to a''Liberal, and. why should a Liberal newspaper refuse to eel! space to the Tory party? There Bright enlightenment or the public on public questions If both "aide1! of the caso reached the public through party newspapers. To the editorial column Should bo confined .tho newspaper's views on public ques- tions. Its advertising and news col- umns ought to be open to fair dealing Igr ill partly The- Punvegan railway bridge MS! tie Athabasca river at Smith s'o'ompleted and trains will be cross- day or two. The -bridge is 930 feet in length; it has six pie's and two aibutments, and is high en- ough above the water so that steam- ers can pass under It. Two days' drowning fatalities in On- tario were: Gladys Bongard, aged 16 BallevillQ, at Massassaga Park. Ever ett Ketchen, agd .24, In Trent river Galbralth Emslle, aged 9, and-.Tames Corolla, aged 12, St. Catharines. In Twelve-Mile Creek. Fred Gauthier St. Catharine, dn the old canal. James The Cost of Living Advertising, turns over stocks and therefore multi- plies profits. This means that .prices .in. a shop which adver- tiaes can be short rather than E. In Jackson Pond. Bert Can-, 21 Donlln avenue Toronto. In Cr.atsworth's Cut, Toront Bay. John Graves, Hamilton, In Ham ilton Bay. Leo HOOTS, Grlmsby, I Lake Rosseau, Muskoka. A despatch from Plstola, Italy, say that Dr. Vannucci, chief surgeon o the hospital there, has accomplishe a marvel .of surgery. He. operated up on a glr! .named'Maila Tondia r move needle 'accidentally run Inl iier body which In Us Of tfiis you may be sure: Prices In a shop which advertises are not MORE tiran'ln which does not adver- Use- The chaaces are that they are oftentimes lower. This, also, is generally true: You will rind' Detter gooda, 'better values and better service in those shops wKlch turn. 'over their stocks rapidly. TJhis :mennB, as a general tbing.'shops which advertise. A Note To Merchants Advertising it li paid far by the profits on Increated sales. Advertising Is It Is simply Ing in writing what you to the customers in your shop, Tarn over stocks If you would make more money. Shop Where You Are Invited To Shop perfectly eood ardly full grown; last seen roimlng large somewhere within the city return to the City Zoo. How would It be to try' the'lnitia- ive next? Moved that Initiate- A scheme 'to run tho burg' vflthont axes A new agreement with King Rain A to voters out to to on money bylaws. A novel mode of execution for the s A fate day for the Interment of the jammer. A pipelest pipe to (he North Leth- bridge water tower. A schedule for the street cars BO there won't be any waiting on the corners. If there's any more initiating, just fcribg along your suggestions. The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 "C'onibeare Block Geo. W. RoWn.on, Mamgir OF CANADA The Most ConvenlentOf All Small Investments The Standard Bank of Canada invites deposits of and upwards. A passbook showing the amount of the balance will be handed you when making the first deposit. You haye then a Bank Account, to which you may add or from which you may withdraw at auy time without unnecessary delay. Interest is paid oa all balances twice a year, or added to principal. Capital and Reserve Assets over LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, 315, 13tli Street N. C. F. BLETCBER. Manager. H Then there's the referendum So far It's never been tried out We might refer The library question to the for nth time f The market question too Some of those badlv bent money bjfiTvs once again The 1914 tax rate back to the com niiBh for a durn good The CPR. came, saw and con- quered. An between Lethbridge and the oth- er place, we don't know why the Cee Pee should choose the 'other place.' Up on Fourteenth street there is a_ citizen who would have a lawn. Said citizen had a friend who likewise would have a la-wn. So the friends de- cided mutually that No. 2 should pur- chase the seed for some- thing that would grow good It din "Alfalfa" Kane never had a better crop In Ills life, and he lays claim to oeins some of alfalfa. The awns were planted last year With- n six -weeks the lawn, makers were regaling all the horses in the com- munity on rich, julcr, luxuriant nlfal a And this year they're been down on their hands and knees seven even- ngs a week digging out the roots ol that alfalfa crop They're some roots, too. Both swear they aie satisfied the green in the new Lethbridge col- ors stands for alfalfa. Yes, indeed, alfalfa Is green. They call Tinker's team m the out laws the Tinx. Tinker ought to get out' an Injunction against the perpe rhymes too easily with jinx. Sham Case 'Mrs. Razor of Illinois is suing Sir. Razor for divorce. it ought to be easy to cut the tie that binds, there. Fernie boasts of new triplets. Sup- pose they'll call them the coal dust triplets. "Blast the says another col. conductor, "now the English have collared the lightweight Now he'll be blasting Bryan, since the French hoy Carpen- tier, from the land of flowing wine, has triumphed over Gunboat Smith, from the land of grape juice. OpeitaHousekecpIng Account and Pay YoarBlUs by Cheque There is a. decided ad- vantage in depositing your housekeeping" money in the Union Bank of issuing Cheques for your expenditures You avpid the risk of keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying it when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt OP CANADA SRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. Actina Manager G. R TINNING Manager THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Capital Paid Up Reterire Total AtseU INCORPORATED 1869 TRAVELLERS' LETTERS OF CREDIT tMued, also TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES, available throughout world. DRAFTS told, drawn direct on our BANK MONEY ORDERS......... MONEY by letter or cable. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: M. AITKEN, Managtf. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED People's Forum SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes INFORMATION' AJ-TLT TO Lethbridge Branch T. action came in contact with the needle point Tile surgeon, holding the girl's icart in -hia hand, found that the pul- sations, violent at flret, gradually ceased. "It is all he .'exclaim- ed, but as a last hopo he started mas- saging the heart Little by little Its activity was stimulated and tho op- eration was successfully finished. An expert claims that it Is a very short time when big offlce buildings will have elevators running horizon- tally on different floora. FurthermoM patrons will-pay fares to ride on thcoc cages and get transfers from the ver- Ucal lifts to tho horizontal, just as we got them on street caa. They will pips air into tli.8- big. city build' Ings just as they nine.pure water, and tho top of tall buildings will bouse the owners In iumniof. A buildinr; permit for such a bungalow already Ima been taken out in Chicago. DONALDSON LINE [To Europe FAMOUS I9B COTOWOr OT ALL___ LOWECT tuns Aim (mCtoM TMKI CteM Itis a pleasure tor IK M furnish uv iWiemcitffor'frttiUruxi out to CsnxU frua Old Country. K E. UMMAN. Mmtm Or RE KRAFCHENKO'S CASE Elitor, Herald: I have read the arti- cle in your Issue of the 3th inst, in connection with the Krafchenko case, and was painfully surprised to read such rernarks as 'were made by the Uev. W.' B. "That John Krar- henko died a Christian, nothing can >8 more satisfactory to me personally hah his spiritual condition." Consider the statement of Jesns In lark "Ho that belleveth the jospel and is baptised shall 'ho sav- and he that helievsth not shall be .amned." This fiat has never been revoked; t Is, therefore, as valid and excep- ionless as when it fell from tho lips of the Son of God. Now, in view of his Irrefutable truth, -what shall we say of such a form of ministerial blas- phemy as oshlbited by the Rev. W. B. rleeney. It is a striking manifcsta- ion of clerical ignorance. OE the letter and spirit, of the truth, the Scripture saith that "No murder- er hath eternal life abiding In him" (I. John that even "Wm> ibever hateth his brother is a mur- If a man serve the lusts of the flesh all lils life, no remorse or resolves on a scaffold will serve in the least, "He that, sows to his shall of the flesh reap corruption, for -whatsoever a man eoweth that shall ho also reap1 (Qalatlans And again, "To be carnally-minded Is death" (Romans Those aro testimonies whlcli In few words show that there Is no salvation for.a man who serves himself all tlio of life, when he Is no longer able to grasp the world, offers tho extreme fag-end of hi" existence to God. It li like all the moat of a Joint, am throwing the hones to your'friend. I ho would feel himself Insulted, 1n wha estimation would Ood hold a nlmlls treatment of Hie majesty; would H not spurn the hypocrite from His presence? and justly, too. There can be no question as to how Krafchenko spent his life, and had lie not been captured his career Would doubtless have been shapen in Bin and wicked- ness. Finding there is no escape from death., either Sy the rope or in the ordinary -way, his .audacity and im- piety are suspended; lie has been im- posed upon by' tie falsehood that while the iamn'holds out to huru, tlie vilest sinnor may return. Thus his spiritual guide has deceived him, that n act 'of the by ter- or-and his persuasions, Is set oft for whole -fife-, of impiety and crime. Vital-base views must such men have f tlie God -whose ministers they pro- end to be! Their "consolations'" aro nmltlgated blasphemy and., false rom first :to laot.. Need they be sur- ri'sed that mankind.is daily increas.- ng In.inHdelity.? .The millions, though are not fools. "What neces- ity for say tiiey, "to trouble our- elves about religion, we can atone in valf an hour tor all' tho offences of a ong life of Bin.'" It is the preachers hat' make men infidels by the pro- lOSte'rouB absurdities they preach in he much-abused name of Christianity, lly. only object in writing this let- ter Is to draw attention to what God ms revealed in the Bible, and my de- sire is that you'will kindly insert this etter In your next Issue, and oblige, Yours respectfully, SIDNEY T. BATSFORP- For sharpening the appetite anii_ stimulat- ing the digestive, organs you. will, find nothing to equal Wolfe's Schnapps. Tako it as o with-hot sugar and lemon and o wineglairaful of Wolfe's. You will find WolfsinScpnapps the greatesl tonic enetgiscr for the viul.-organs. Oltelitabli At ilfjIaHb jfe Buchanan's t RED SEAL .SCOTCH AtnllOood fe ;