Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JULY THE LJETE'i DAILY HERALD.. PAGE SEVEN MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY A High Class Residential and Day College for Boyt niid Young Girls and Young Women OPENING OF FALL TERM, iTUESDAY, SEPT. 9th, 1814. BUSINESS Bookkeeping, Sle.upgiwhy, Account- ancy, Typewriting, etc, Pull Conservatory Course, Vocal, Instrumental and ACADEMIC: Public and High School Glades, Preparation for the University and Teachers. Ladies Colloi.cs course foi Gum Classes. FINK AUT- China Painting, Wutcr Colors, Leather Woik, etc EXPRESSION 'AND. PHYSICAL, CULTUlfBi. Dramatic Art, Public Speaking, Household Science. For full information, and Calendar apply to REV. GEORGE W. KERBY, B.A., D.D., Principal. LANGARA( RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOLS OP THE HIGHEST TYPE Shauglmessy Heights, Vancouver, B. C. _.. Unsurpassed in Canada In Buildings, Equipment or Teaching Staffs Schools Re-Open TUESDAY, September Sth. To be sure cf admission, appli- cations for 1914-15 should be made at once. Calendars: sent on application to REV. E. D. McLAREN, D.D., 8 Stanley Court, Vancouver, B.C. PORT HOPE, ONTARIO Residential Church School for Boys FOL'XDED IBM Beautiful. Uiltir eltu- nit Ontario, with M Gymnwltun. it Hew CuYtrtd Hlnic. prt Cnlmilttei. Hnjal iity IlMlneu. Beiljloiw f tbgiichinit It-; watt. Beautiful L. ffpwW tfYfln to lounger hoyi. ____ s Mcxt Tcria bWSins Sept. lOlh. Calendar afit-lv to ihf ffraJmoster, REV, ORCHARD, M.A. camb. l fcvlil'-. Ifeaillitutet tit. All A Truly Helpful Environment forjonrdatsiterat tto period when her character is bQing formed. For prospectus and terms, write the Principal "60 B. I. WuncrUJL, St. THomas Out. Pitched Battle Between Strikers and Breakers .Fort Smith, Ark., July received here today state that-fighting is in progress between union and non- union miners at. the plant of-the Mam- moth .Vein Coal at Prairie Creek. One mine tipple has been it is stated, and another dynamited. A strike has been in progress at the Prairie Creek mines for months. Ad- vicea from Huntingdon say Mine No. 1 and Mine No, 4 have been destroyed by dynamite apd fire. office at Greenwood has sent a posse of officers to tho scene-of the riding. ANOTHER REBEL GAIN Bro'ft-nsville, Texas, July Lnjs Potoal ihas foeen surrendered to tho Constitutionalists, hccording to unofficial despatches received in Mat- amoras, opposite Brownsville today. This message, which sent from no details. news ARTICLE FROM MACLEOD SPEC- TATOR TELLS OF CHANC- ES MADE THERE Makes Perfect Bread Wherever Bread is Made He. flourWlls.CMtf, WINNIPEG PORT WIM.TAM MEDICINE HAT MONTU11A1. Largest Millers In the British 'Empire Dally Capacity Barrels Millers to His Majesty the King The corps of C. P. R. despatchers, which have been stationed at Mac- leod, are to be removed, .to Leth- bridge on the.firstiof August. The foregoing is a piece of news which the Spectator does not relish printing, but there is no question .of the correctness of the announcement. Even -now, the telephones -have been removed from the despatchers' offices here, and are being installed at Leth- bridge. The staff of- despatchers at .present stationed here 'numbers ing the chief despatcher. All are.well paid men, and their removal will be a rather serious loss to the town in more ways than one. Although not formally announced yet, it is now pretty generally known that Lethhridge is to ibe.made a C, P. R. divisional point, with a residential superintendent. In all probability the roadmaster and yardmaster, now stationed here, will be removed to Lethbridge, al- though none of the train crews are to be. removed for the. leod Spectator. FOR FEDERAL But Engineers Refuse Because Roads Wouldn't Carry Out Awards in Pas! Chicago, July media- tion of the wage differences between the engineers and firemen and Uie management of ninety-eight western railroads was asked tcday by the raU- managers' conference committee. Formal notification was given to Che heads of the engineers' and firemens' unions In a letter from the managers' committee. Men Won't Accept The employees, through their lead- er, already have declared that they will refuse Federal arbitration ch the contention that the railroad'compan- ies have carried out the awards made lay tiho Federal board in other instances. The statement that the unions decline to enter Into arbitration came last Tuesday when the .result of the strike vote became known. Denial that the railroads had not carried ont arbitration awards was made by the railroads' committee in Ita communication today to the em- ployees' -representative. formal refusal of the unions to join In asking Federal, aid to adjust the differences was considered by the railway managers Ibefcro the present communication was sent. The letter-of the 'managers denying charge that they had failed to observe the terms of the awards in Federal arbitration cases, said: Speak- ing for the roads, parties to these ne- gotiations, which we represent, deny for them and for each of them, that they, have .either refused or fail- ed to put into effect any arbitration award to which they and your organ- ization have been parties -and we re- spectfully request you to cite specific instances, in support of your charge. "We have on this date filed witih the United States Board of Mediation and Conciliation request invoking the services cf the board in accord- ance with the act of Congress, ap- proved July 15, 1313, in bringing atoout an adjustment! of our differ- ences." The letter was signed by A. "W. Trenholm, chairman of the conference committee of managers. In First Six Months He Came Through Under Estimates Chief of Police Skelton has'succeed- ed in cutting down his actual expendi- ture for the first sis months of the year almost below the estimates passed at the beginning of the year, and -will reach the end of 1914 with a balance of about 52000 to tois credit. The estimate for the first six months was and the actual cost of running the police department for this term is ouly a saving of The figures wore submitted to the police commission yesterday af- ternoon in Chief Skelton's quarterly report, just compiled. During the past three months, the department has taken in in fines of which went into city treasury, and to the Attorney- General's department, yr.ior the criminal code. The total number of cases handled was 203, divided as follows: Under the city bylaws, 73; under the Domin- ion statutes, 3; under the Provincial statutes, 24; under the criminal code, 9U; outside cases, 4. There wero'G5 local occurrences, 32 of 'which were satisfactorily complet- ed. The lost and stolen property re- ported was of which was reeovcred, the remainder unre- coverable; representing money stolen or obtained under faiao pretences, and spent. Two hundred and forty-Tivo doors and windows were found open during the quarter, and the1 owners notified and tho property, protected. nine accidents, none o( wfoicli proved fatal. Ninety-nine animals were Impound- ed and their-owners summoned for allowing their livestock'to .graze on the boulevards. Fifteen men1 were given relief in the shape of a bed and sta> tion. families were giv- en relief. C.P1'S BIG DOUBLE Tho Best Reason Why You Should BrinK Is, Because YcmWill LiKe it. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL 148! While the vast enterprise of double tracking the entire Canadian Pacific system is one that cannot in 'the na- ture of the case he fully for years, when it is stated that there will lie shortly miles of 'double track between Port Arthur and Calgary, leaving gaps of only something like 185 gets a realizing notion of the work involved of the great distance covered and o: tile courage and persistence involved I in this large and notable undertak- ing of duplicating the whole system which comprises some miles o, track. -Of course, the chief consider- ation is the West, whose rapid de- velopment called for this new policy, but the East will he similarly treat- ed in time, especially the lines connect large centres of population; and promise bigger business. The cost will be so enormous as to haflie ex- act figures at the moment the dou- ble tracking, too, will be built in a vastly different way from tho origin- al railway, which was put through a tremendous hurry, coerced, as one might say, by political exigenc- H'.Sj iiiiil which was only required at the time to show tho two steel bands, however weak was the bridge underneath them. So defective was j the original building that many mil- j Hons bad to he spent in reinforce- ments but the present double track- ing will offt'.r a finished railway, in every respect, both as regards the weight of rails, the strength of bridges, and the perfection of road- bed. Thus applied, liie new policy will work out for immediate return, through the added business the dou- ble tracked systcrii.can attend to. MlB3 Lily Iryinc, the British a.vla- trlx, has obtained tho first ment license conferring authority to operate a hydroplane over granted ft woman In the. United States. She re- coivud It at Detroit PANKY OUT AGAIN London, July Emmellne Pnnkburst, tbe militant suffragette leader, was asiain released from loway jail today. SilveriorService I When purchasing silver 1 you are sure of depend- ability and beauty If it ia This brand, known u "SifarPlatstluu Wean" assures longcervice because it is the heaviest ai I ver plate. Look for the trademark.J Ay S-cndttis When You're Hungry you'll be satisfied if you Eat At The Commercial Oyster and Chop House. Beside Robertson's. Book Store Fifth Taber, Alta., July prospec- tus of the Mayflower'Oil Co., in which several prominent Taber citizens are interested, has been issued. Mr. "W. D. Hal'ioK-ell is president; -W. Brush Griibb, vice-prpsMent, and E. S. Bow- den, secretary-treasurer and general manager. The head office is situate in Calgary. This company also in- cludes Dr. G. W. Leech, Messrs. Al- bert Green, R .D. Shiells, and D. Jen- kins, all of Taher. B. J. Franken, who is running a tinsmith business in this town, has taken over the Massey-Harris Agency from W. J.JIewhinney. D. J. Eraser, who is well imown in this town as the owner of the second- hand store, is working on the founda- tions of a new brick store for himself opposite the Kins George Hotel. Big Pioneer Day Be Held East of Coutta Soon Pnutte Alia, .lulv Every ten cent packet will iil! inorcflies than worth of any sticky fly killer. Refute substitutes, which are moit unsatisfactory. nislcy Camp, Eng., July 18.-E. F. Holisou, of the English eight club, has wort tho Hopton challenge cup, a ,match rille trophy for the highest aggregate in the Albert, Bass, Edge, Halford Memorial, Waldegrave and Wimbledon cup. He takes the cup and S25, while Captain D. Campbell, of the National Hide club, Scotland, second K. W. Harriett, ot thn Ulster Hide association, tliiril, and Maurice Hlood, of the Stock Exchange Rifle club, fourth, each winning Mr. Uolison has been showing consistent form throughout these events, al- though, on.tha other hand, he did not actually secure first place in any of Captain Campbell, however, won the liass and the Halford Mem- orial and Mr. iiarnett, who is plac- orl third, carried oft the Wimbledon and the Waldegrave. Following were the winners of the sis match events, the highest score in which made up the srand aggregate for the Hoptou. W. Barnett, Ulster Rifle association. D. Campbell, Na- tional Rifle club, Scotland. E- ftogers, of London. Haliord Memorial Captain D. Campbell, Scotland. Wimbledon W. Barnett, Ul- ster Rifle association. The. T. Rankin, Sth Royal Scots Reserve. Bisley Camp, Eng., July day's program is a heavy one for 'Canadians, shooting taking place in a number of events counting in the service rifle grand aggregate, and al- so u.ualifying for conclusion in the first stage of the King's prize, the rifleman's blue ribbon. These are the Daily Graphic, the Graphic, and the Daily Telegraph, seven shots respec- tively at two, five and six hundred yards. The Stock Exchange is shot for concurrently at the same distanc- es. The Wimbledon cup is another ser- vice rifle event, ten shots at GOO yards. Following are tho individual candi- dates' scores in the Graphic, seven shots at 600 yards Sergt. J. H. Armstrong, 66th Re- giment, Halifax, N. S., 33. Corporal Bea, 3rd V ctoria Rifles, Montreal, 34. Lieut. C. N. Bennett, 63rd Halifax, N. S., 33. Lieut. Neale, 100th Royal Grena- diers. Toronto, Got-, 31. Gr. A. D. Noble, M. P., B. C. A., Montreal, 44. Pte. W. Riddell, 48th Highlanders, Toronto, Ont., 34. Bergt. O. W. Russell, the G. G. F. G., Ottawa, Ont., 33. Col. Sergt. J. Stoddart, 91st Hegt. Hamilton, Ont., 33. Lt. A. Brooks, 102nd Regt., Okan- ngan Landing, B. C., 33. "Col. Brown, 12th York Rangers, Toronto, Out., 32. Serrt. S. G. Bullock, 2nd Q. 0. R. Toronto, 32. Ptj. C. M. Bmslie, 48th Highland- ers, Toronto, Ont., 33. s't. Graham, 48th Highlanders, Toronto, Ont., 28. Cadet Carr Harris, Royal Military College, Kingston, Ont., 31. Staii Sergt. W. A. Hawkins, 48lh Highlanders, Toronto, Out., 34. Pte. W. J. Hendry, 77th Regt., Dundas, Out., 20.. Major W. G. King, 46th Regt. Bowmanvillc, Ont., 28. StaK Sergt. T. Laman, 1st C. G. A., Halifax, N. S., 31. Pte. E. A. Lowery, 30th Regt., Guclph, Ont., 32. Sergt. A. Martin, 103rd Regt., Cal- ;ary, Alberta, 33. Lieut. Morrison, 10th Royal Gren- adiers, Toronto, Ont., 33. Hergt. McCoy, 13th Regt., Hamil- ton, Out., 29.' Q. M. D. n. Molnnes, 19lh A. D., Edmonton, Alberta, 34. j Sergeant U. MoKlo, 30th Regt., Guelph, Out., 33.: Lieut. G. W. McLean, 7Sth Rogt., Hoprwell, N. S., 30. 1'iprr J. D. McLcod, 48th Highland- ers, Toronto, Ont., 34. Following arc the individual Cana- dian scores in tho Daily Graphic, seven shots at 300 yards Sergt- Armstrong, Halifax. 34. Corporal Bea, Montreal. Lieut. Bennett, Halifax, -34. Lieut. Brooks, Okanagan Landing, 32. Col. Brown, Toronto, 32. Sergt. Bullock, Toronto, 33. Emslie, Toronto, 32. Pte. Falconer, Alma, N. H., 32. Sergt. Cira-bam, Toronto, 28. Cadet Harris, Kingston, 32. Staff Sergt. Hawkins, Toronto. Pts. Hendry, Dundas, Ont., 34. Major King, i Bowmanvillc, Ont. 29. Stijn Set-gt. Laman, Halite, 32. Pte. Lowery, Guelph, Ont., 33. Sergt. Martin, Calgary, 35. Lieut. Morrison, Toronto, 35. Scrgt. McCoy, Hamilton, 31. Q. .M. S. Mclnnes, Edmonton, 32.', Sergt. McKie, Guelph, Ont., 34. Lieut. McLean, Hopewoll, N. S. 34. Piper McLcoil, Toronto, 32. Lieut. Neale, Toronto, 32. fir. Noble, Montreal, 32. Pte. Ridwcll, Toronto, 32. Sergt. Ridwcll, Toronto, 32. Scrgt. Russell, Ottawa. Col. Sergt. Stoddard, Hamilton. Wesley Sunday School EXCURSION Wednesday, July 22nd, 1914 to Coleman and Crow's Nest RETURN FARE: Adulls Tickets on sale at Jackson's Drug Store, Hedloy Drug Co., and People's Drug Store. Train leaves 7.20 a.m. The One Dish That Agrees With he Aged Get the Original TRIED TO BRIBE POLICE CHAIRMAN neglnn, Sash., uly j. Hogg, of Reglha, 'was fined for attempt- ing to hrlbe Alderman Wessel, chair- man of tho Police commission. Hen- rlk Birkensiock was fined 150.00 for the same offenco Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You may be tbe best cook in the world, biit.it the, leaven you use is poor you cannot get factory results. Always use Blue Kibbon Baking Powder, it makes the lightest and best pastry and cakes. Blue Ribbon, the standard of quality in Teas, Coffees, Baking Powders, Jelly Powders, Spices, and Extracts. CHANGES IN AMERICAN TESTS Seabrisht, July plans if the Davis tennis cup committee for the finals of the test, matches were changed today.. Maurice El Mc- Laughlin and Thomas C. Bundy, the National.champions, will meet Karl II. Behr and T. R. Pe'il, middle states inners, this afternoon in the final of the doubles. R. Norris Williams, 2nd, tho young Davis Clip player, will leet T. R. Pell, holder of the singles trophy, tomorrow afternoon in the challenge match. CHILD BURNED TO DEATH Abernethy, Sask., July the five-year-old daughter of Dr. Don- 'was burned to deatU in a tiro- which destroyed the home of her far- ther at an early hour this moraine. LABOR SENATOR Ottawa.. Ont., J.uly is under- stood in political circles here .that the Dominion government is consid" erJng-appointing a labor man to the Senate. EFFICIENT-Semi-Steel firepot has straight can't cling. You get with "Tit9 a clear fire and more J.UTJIQ.CQ heat from same coaL See the McClary dealer or write for booklet. Sold by Gco. R. Dixon Co.