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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LBTHBHlPgB PjltT HERALD THURSDAY. JULT M, 1114 Cbe Xetbbrtooe letbbnfctK, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dtlly. delivered, per year.. Daily, by mail, per year. Weekly, by mall, per year.. M-00 3.0 1.01 PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSV HAN 1253 1224 TELEPHONES 3tiBlneiB Office..... Editorial Office...... W; A, Buchanan John Torrartce MtDagihg Director Business Manager HAS RECORD AS AN ATHLETE Hie Lordship, Justice -McCarthy, it is recalled fojr (he Toronto Globe, was in, 'Ms lifetime in Ontario, 0110 the iiest known athleta in the province He was captain, of Uie well-known Hamilton Tiger Football Club, figur- ing in, a famous encounter with Queen's, when they won the Domin- ion, championship. He was a cricket- er of repute, and was a member in his day of a famous Argonaut crew He was a star lacrosse player and even figured as a baseball pitcher. Several years ago when Earl Grey was Governor-General, a team of cricfcetenj from Rideau cap- tained by the challenged the members to a game. The challenge was accepted. The members won the toss and sent in Mr. McCarthy and Hon. Charles Hyman to ;bat They broke up the game batting the rest of the Grey -and his {earn fielded until they were almost exhausted, and the game tvas called off. In 'his new position, Mr. McCarthy will have to act in the capacity of a referee or umpire and in this his train- ing in" the early dars should well qualify him for the work: GROwTn OF Organized labor is growing in strength, throughout Canada. Last year the members-hip of the unions increase of 000.in one The, menrijersiiip for each of the three years during which reports on organized labor in Can- ada have been issued, has been as follows: In "1911. 1912, 20; 1913; 'These figures show, an. increase In. members of over forty thousand dur- ing the two years 1912'and 1913, and suggest a quite remarkable develop- ment during s brief a period. The figures indicate that growth of has been fairly dis- tributed aa between international bod- ies and those, not international In character. The bulk of Canadian trades union membership Is attached to, international organization. Of the total numerical strength of organized labor for 1913, the membership owing allegiance to international .organiza- tions reached the large proportion of leaving for all other organized bodies a membership of Of the 101 international organiza- tions havng local branches in the -.Dominion, 72 have benefit features of varying estent The grand total of the disburse- ments made on account of 'benefits by these orgaiiiiEticno izr the last fiscal year IB Nearly one half of this amount was expended in death and' disability benefits. The pay- ments on this account amounted io The Railway Brotherhood contributed the larger payments for death and disability benefits, the dis- bursements by the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmea alone amounting to no less a sum titan These 4lBburaements are, of course, for Canada and the U.S. taken together, separate figures for Canada alone net being available. The accompanying statement gives particulars as to the western cities .having each more than twenty trade union, branches City U's Es.M. Winnipeg........... 82 Vancouver........... 81 Victoria........... 47 Calgary 44 Edmonton........... 43 Fort William........ 31 Saskatoon........... 29 Brandon............. 2S Lethbrldge.......... 25 Moose Jaw 24 Port Arthur.......... 23 Regina.............. 23 Nelson.............. 22 967 Medicine Hat......... 21 New Westminster 21 Toronto has union men, as Bgalnat in Montreal. It will ibe observed that Lethbridge, considering its population, Is of the foremost trades union centres in Canada. Even the guide in City Hall Is now uniformed. Every flour mill in Minneapolis is now working fpll time William LA Praok, of Edmonton was found deed in his bed.. Morphine did it- Belgium trained hounds. are doing disappointing on the Montreal Police force. Rev. Jos. Archer, a Methodist min- ister of Little Britain, Out., died in Toronto. Geo, J. Glad man, son of the late Henry Gladman, of Ont, died suddenly In New. York. Fennin Desmoultn, the French en- graver and philanthropist, died at Venice at: the age of 61 years. A C. P. H. constable had a lively scrap arresting a .newsboy in Regina on "a charge of peddling on C. P. R. property. Cora Faughn, of Clarkes- ville, Tenn., eloped recently with .lartin E. 'Hall, the father of 12 child- Frank Rice, a South Edmonton" for- eigner, committed 'suicide last Sat- urday by hanging himself in his The Edmonton Trades .and Labor iouncil. has approved the action of the Street Railway men in declaring d strike. CHASE SANBORN'S SEAL BRAND COFFEE SATISFIES. l> two CHASE 8ANBORN MONTREAL. u? The auto that carried "Dad" Hag !eu, father of the Fergus Orange odge, was the property of a promin nt Catholic who eased his conscience y decorating one side of the car range ribbon and the other side with "I've had a high-time in was he farewell remark of Beachey, the on leavingJWianlpeK after the air. Judge Talbot Macfceth, senior f Middlesex, has .decided to add- the ash alt conviction Involving of- ences agalhet young girls. Some ot the British papers are sore because the King stepped In to 'try to prevent civil war in Ulster. Looks as if some ot those 'papers wanted as a circulation -booster. copies from Plncher Creek that the flrat tod for the Dominion has been turned. Plneherttes have to IM'H to believe it. They Jtere been fooled before. on Premier Scott in Regina, asking his to have the -government to take over the school libraries throughout the pro- vince. The Calgary News'Telegram opines that now since has been made a divisional headquarters for the C P R. there will be a rush on the millinery stores.to get enough to suit our swelled cran- iums. But juct wait until one of the oil wells gushes. At a -depth of 'about feet- a promising salt vein was'discovered at Ont., by drillers from the Solvay Process Company. The find is said to be most extensive The Consolidated Gas and Petro- leum Co., of Calgary, has made an offer to supply the city .of. Moose Jaw with gas at 25c for domestic purposes and lOc for manufacturing. -The Duke of Connaught, desiring to make his visit >to Edmonton as infor- mal as possible, has even declined a guard of "honor'to be furnished by-the government Princess Arthur of Coanaught, an artist of some note, is busy painting interesting views of Clarence House, to be presented to the Duke and Duch- ess on their return from Canada Humane officers in Chicago decided it was none of their business if a woman wanted to dress her cow in a yellow kimona to -protect her from the flies. Neighbors had Mcked. Mrs. Clara Cplwell, a widow o! Smith Centre, Kan., with only the help of her two children, both under 10 years of age, has batched from incu- bators since February 1st, a total of thoroughbred chicks During the taking of evidence be- fore the Saskatchewan commisson in- vestigating the cost of farm Imple- ments, J. G. Hossack, chief solicitor for the Massey-H-arris Co., maintain- ed that agricultural implements ore are as cheap on this side of the line as In the U. a. Mrs. Carl Williams, of Germantown, Pa., wife of the one-time head coach of the "University of Pennsylvania, lost nsarly JH.OOO worth of North Am. >rica Oil Company -bonds from their hiding place in ther stocking. Mrs. Williams was returning from an out- Ing at Cape -May and had placed the bonds in her stocking for safe keep- After a lecture at the occult club in London on Psychic Experiences, a woman speaker referred to a reported strange behavior of the ship's cat of the liner Empress of Ireland. When the vessel was about to leave Quebec she the cat came hurrying down the gangway bearing two of her kit- tens In-her mouth. Efforts were made to get her to return, but nothing would -persuade her to go back. Con- sequently she escaped destruction oh tie foundering ot vewet William O. Clydesdale, assistant Im- migration inspector Windsor, has been appointed conservative organizer for Western Ontario A. H. Birming- ham, of Toronto, T will have charge of eastern Ontario. Howard Price, nephen of Fie late W. G. Conrad, one of the men behind the old I G Baker Co wh, built the first stone building ia Lethbridge, is interested in the oil .fields in tbe south. His uncle pioneered among the buffalo. The nepnew will pioneer among the oil derricks. Which is rather a long jump, even for a Dion- CALGARY OIL FIELDS Free Market Letter Commercial quantities of high grade oil .in a proven field and tremendous develop- ment now under way, makes Calgary the next great for- tune making centre. era and business men from. al! quarters of the world are sending capital here, to take advantage of the wonderful opportunities. We are not promoters tied to one proposition, .and. blind- ed by prejudice, but are free and independent to -recom- mend or condemn the var- -ioiis stocks to our best judg- ment Because of our large- ex- perience, and thorough know- ledge ot conditions, MIT; re- commendationB are eagerly sought after. The Oil Barons of today are the early investors .In the new oil fi.-lds. The oppor- tunity Is 'here right now, dur- ing the development period, for both .small and large (in- vestors. Write today, for map of the district, and our market let- authority on Calgary stocks, BOTH FREE. HARLAN '4. CpMPANY, Herald Bldg., Calgary, Alia. MAYOR HHIE BETWEEN MISUNDERSTANDINGS AND ING SIMPLIFIED SPELL- HE'8 "UP IN THE AIR cannot Ixrthbrldge do the .That's w.lmt Jaiuen Bertram, secretary to And-ew to know. Why can't I ethbrldge do what other elites' hnve done to get the coin from the Laird of SMbo, namely, "get their site, pledge their nj- itenans money and submit tativ planz for Leth bridge has got the site, but they nine not the maintenance money pledged, nor. have submitted tentative rians. i The following Is nhat occurred re cently between Mai or Hardle and James Bertram, correspondence One hesitates to imagine what nould happen it they met The Major's let- tei is self-explanatory, but the sec etary to tbe great philanthropist uses umpllfied spelling, and a Sei In- the Slayor's epistle to James Bertram: "Yours ot tha 15th lust received, and I miftt confess it puts me 'up In the air' 1 do not know what would have us do to meet with your approbation I have done everythlngThan think common sense public indicate I should do. 'I nave looked; up your 'letter of under date of March 18, 1911, and thought I had done just as that letter required J t sent you my letter of June S, 1914. When I-get, one tangle straightened out, here.ypu; put me up against another I cannot go into matters burgess: es will not -stand for when I ask you for some information, 1 do _ get it, but am confronted only with awicwarbTquestions, such as that In the last part'bc.your letter of June "I am quite aware that it is Mr Carnegie's money, if this goes though, WHITE STAR'S SUMMER SCHEDULE From Montreal to Liverpool TEUTONIC, Sat, July 25. MEGANTIC, Sat Aug. 1 CANADA Sat. Aug. 8. LAURENTIC, r Sat. Aug. 15 An'd Nveekly- thereafter; Luarentic and Megantlc, larg- est steamers from Montreal. Canada and Teutonic, .popular one-class (11) steamers. Secure prepaid tickets, for your friends coming froiu Eur- ope.: We have exceptional fa-" cllities for taking care of tnia class of business Aek about our 4 weeks' trip to Europe for J190. Weekly Ntw York, Boston, Philadelphia, by the following lines: American Line, (one class cabin steamers White Star, LJne, Leyland .Line, Atlantic Transport Line, lied Star Line. For space, rates, sailings', etc, apply to M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or to any railway or 'steamship agent. that la to build library, and that he must be treated with all due Re- spect aud deference, but at the same time we must get 'something deflutte from jou bbtore we can proceed "PerhupB vou do not know It, but our charter is auoh that the people, by voting, are the final court cni ail siioh matters, and Uie..Alnyor :or council panuot at rogate to themselves any de oision tMt Involves money, such ae money for the, maintenance ot the stocking; it" with fcooka, 6tc., after it is built. "I shall be glad to go OIL and push matters when-1 know what steps to take; out in the meantime I am and I think you should help ino to get lid of this embarrassing lack of knowledge At least tell me plainly If you are dohfe, or. iF I can do something more to further matters, "J do not see -whj our city archl tects should not try to meet v anpruval in design, more especially If it costs nobodj anj thing if not proved. "I hope I have not said anything of- fensive, and that vou vtill only appre- ciate the fact uiat 1 am working for the consummation of the scheme of a library for Lethbildge Yours truly, (Signed) "W. D. L. HARD1E.' And here's the answer: Mr. of June 32 receivd. Your community haz celvd a promts of for a Hbra- rybildiag on certain conditions, viz., that the site be supplied, year bo pledged officially by the community for carrying on the ll ry. In said blldtiig, and that planz for be such that wo could ap- prove. You hav also reoeivd copy of dur 'Notez on the Erection of Library what to atlnd what to in drawing planz I-really fail to see why you should re- quire any further information.or hav anv difficultv m acting on the sub ject in hand. No other communitiez in- like circiimstahcez liav any g raiz-r-they go ahed and get their site, pledge their maintcnani and submit tentatlv planz for approval. Why .cannot you do tho same? Yours very truly, (Signed) "JAJHES BERTRAM, "Secretary of the Carnegie The remainder Is to" cover de- 011 old debenture issues for To Europe FAMOUS FOE ITS SERtlOS AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION OF. ALL E3EPL07SE3 LOWEST GATES ihirii Csasa It i" a for ua to furnish any iufonnation required, and toiriatefufl nrrangementa for friends and relatives coming out to Canada from the Old Country- H. E. 1IDEWAN, General Agect, S49 Riain Street, WINNIPEG Or or Steacahip Ageat. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Mayor Hardie says that the money bylaws have got to pass They come up fcr a second trial on i August 4. The total amount to be voted is in the neighborhood of 000. One hundred and thirty thousand dollars of this is for, new work under .the' utilities and works' department, and work which is absolutely neces- sary. Another is for the com- pletion of the high pressure water sys- tem, ficlts work already done but not paid for. Mayor Hardie says that aside from Jhe fact that the 'work is necessary in order to carry on the work of these departments without loss, it is sorely needed by the working men in the city. The Mayor was informed this morning that there are actually peo- ple starving in this fair city right now, and that unless something "is done toward relief there would be some tragedies' to report If the bylaws are passed at the next voting, enough "work 'will be furnished to supply every one of tlie unemployed in tin they citizens will he employed. It is the intention of the Mayor to establish a bureau before the bylaws are submit- ted, In conjunction with the Trades and Labor Counr.il, so that residents may be protected, and given the work they so much need. The work would last until the freeze up, and somo of It would be left over for early spring, so that when the mines close down for tho summer other employment wii" be available. The total amouu't of Increase In the e'nkjng fund and interest charges for the year will be about but the portion eorr.ir.s under the utilities de- partment will pay Its way, so that tho addition to the tax-rate would be less than one mill, if the bylaws were pass- ed. i city at the present time. And if ire passed, no one but bona fide HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE WDU, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes APPLY R, T, Brymner, Mgr, Lethbridge Branch BAD FIRE IN BROCKVlLLE Brockvllle, Ont., July to- tally destroyed the summer homo of W. II. of New York, on the north side of Howe Island. The loss, Including contents, la placed at 000. MILITANTS CREATE A WILD SCENE Belfast, July crowd of mili- tant suffragettes created wild tum- ult in the Assize Court and Its vicin- ity today, when Miss Dorothy Evans was brought up for trial on the charge of having In her possession explosives for the purpose of committing, a felony. The Treasure Discovered Captain Kiddy and his little soldiers feave dis- covered What they are ing for- The flavor of Kellogg's Corn flakes has won them. They eat it with gusto without knowing .anything about its rare sustaining that it is so good for because they like it Be sure to get CORNFLAKES The Original lOc per package. The Natural Way to Health rXPERSOfdEproTwilMflHeahh Cotutnf i. P. thu, Hubh br Fomr.j. A MiU Rtmtifi, to a Force. EDO'S kFmit Salt" end relieve! by Natural jVctuu functional 4f the Liver, Temporary Coiw gesuen ariiiaff from tbe uie of alcoholic bever. am Enon in Diet, iiliouinefi. Sick Headache, It aeti iccordini to the qMabty taken, either relieving agent or'as a cooUnc and refmhtnf bemnfe, and gently Wltk-out aajr afler-effecu. frverwf enly ty J. t Hi, Ml" Wnfa, Uefca, KESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOLS OP THE TYPE Heights, i UniurpaiMd In Canada In Bmldinjt, Equipment or Teaching Staffs Schools Re-Open TUESDAY, September 8th To be sure, of admission, appllj cations for 1314 16 should be made at once Calendars sent application to REV. E. D. McLAREN. D.D., 8 Stanley Court, Vancouver, B.C. CLAIM THAT G.T.P. DISREGARDING AGREEMENT WWinnlpcg, T't'v be- lalf of the machinists and ''helpers employed locally by the Grand Wiunk Pacific, a statement was Issued 'Vpdaj expressing the desire of the men that the provisions ot tha resort found some time ago by of conctl atlon which investigated differences jetween. the company and the men should be carried put It is claimed on hehalf of the company that the ra- port has already'been-brought into efi :ect. ANOTHER. ALLEGED -OIL FRAUD Calgary, Alta, July, R broker, was brought back to ialgary yesterday from Maoleod, wberS he was 'arrested on Monday night on instructions from the city lolice on the charge of stealing six certificates, valued at iSJ 50 In cash from the Imperial Jrokerage Co of this city SPANISH SOLDIERS KILLED IN FIGHT WITH MOROCCANS Madrid, July soldiers were Jillled and nine mortally wounded in a fight with Mor- occan, tribesmen near-.Tel-nan, yester- day. Fighting .Is still .going on. INDUCEMENTS' FOR HARVESTERS 'innlpeg, Man., July the Iways will not hand out as ;big in- dujcements to the harvesters from the B4st this year as effort will be made to keep the iber down in order that laborers the country may secure employment In the harvest; fields, is thij opinion expressed by local ciafls of tho various railroads. LASTING--Dome and lean Ingot Iron-99.84% pure. These can never wear out or rust away. See write for booklet Gcrt. R. Dixon Co. ;