Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TITK LETHBRI1K5F DAILY HBRAU> Monday. July BIG FIRE AT CONSTANTINOPLE Constantinople, July 24. Two CLEARS BOWELL ANDTEMPLEMAN Ottawa, -Inly report miles "of" the city containing Hon. Mr, .Justice Murphj oi tht bu homes and many of the finest I pn'pie court oi HrUish I olmnbi i who public'buildings of Constantinople j was a commissioner to nquire into AUTHORITIES ON LOYALTY (Winnipeg Tribune.) When all these the pro- tectionist press, the merger press, iind the trust .pruss. Indulge "loy- alty" talit, iind ihslu'uuto, sometimes openly charge.''thai freer trade iidvo- eates arc driving Cunntln .heHclloiig Into potitlcul tibsorptlon with the Un- ited States, the pretense Is miule o( speaking for the..Mother Country. Loyalty in Canada is understood as rtltnchment to the pld'Land anil to 1m periulism. The King of the timiiire 8 not in the habit of expressing hiy views on loyalty. He speaks' through his responsible ministers. We find thj'se ministers commending the yov- enunent ot Camula for tlie move to- wards relieving the'people of some of the iniuuitous taxation under our high tariff. BritisherS. would not tolerate the Canadian'tariff for a diiy. The people would rebel, constitutional! just as the enlightened people of C j nada are Surely "M Boiden mutt been impressed b the plain reasonable way in whic have been destroyed' by the terrific fire which commenced here Satur- day afternoon. Stamboiil cectionwas swept and it is the op- inioii of the authorities that incen- diarism is responsible for the havoc has been wrought. At present it is impossible to estimate the mon- etary loss Fire-; broke ..out simultaneously'7 at several-'points .while the 'people of j the city were celebrating th nnniver eary of the new Constitution. allegi'd frauds in connection with QUARANTINE INTERFERES WITH THE TRIAL Winnipeg, July Ves- Cio, held for .the murder ,of Paul Pliil- Jipi at Point come up for preliminary hearing before mag lafrate 'McMicken tbis afternoon. The case will have to be remanded until quarantine Is raised r.t the place' of the murder, where small-pox was recently discovered; Kew Barnes Coal Mine Lump, Mine Run, or by the ton or carload Phone 1475 C.O.O. tlie people of Saskatchewan prcsente theh case on Monday, and preccdin of I'liinanu'ii to Canada was tinys, They intlmiited to him that a tallied in liic coiumms by .Sir Wil fr'itf Laurie r. The report exonerates TempU'mnn anil also Mr. Bov.-t'II, collector of customs at Van- couver, hut: it slates T. R. Mclnnes, of Oi-tawa- The.judge refers tnUhe lirge num- ber qi. pilfering Cinadi ill f the coast and' finds that since 1907 there has flourished at Vancouver-a system of direct fraud bv meaiiS of which Chinamen came in sale. It-is impossible to ru hou many thus entered, owing to iiie fact thai the method oi identification was vague and watch upon ships farcical The intrigue mentioned as regards' Mclimcs consists evidently in his de- this annexation talk was mere clap trap. The surprise fs that the peopl have listened so patiently to all th rot' and buncombe talked by mei vote-seekers., -The farmers have, cult vated forbearance to a marked degree Last year when the farmers presents their case for freer trade to Sir W id Lanier, an address- was forward ed from England to Use secretary the Manitoba- Grain Growers' Asso ciatton, as follows 'Dear have read wit! great interest nnci gratification tin striking memorial presented by you absociation to Canadl in Minister' at Brandon last month. You memorial was published in full in tin British papers; and. .attracted wide spread 'attention. The presentation of that memorial; followed as it lias been by a series of addresses and de rer..' This, however, did not pin out j Potions to Prime Minister 01 The enqmri uas initiated iiy the f sire to be appointed trade commis- sioiie'r to China, -while David to be mpde mterpre trade and commerce department, which first sent out an officer to in- yestipite and afterwards appointeil Justice Murphy- a royal comnrission- cr to go fully into the matter. HARVESTERS NEEDED ALONG THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC the subject of-protective tariffs, hn Winnipeg, July _'-} Gram! Trunk Pacific lias issued a statement j _. to the effect that harvesters ill be needed to handje ilong its western lines been a noteworthy and timely to the Empire, and to tlie cause. 61 free trade in every as wel as In Canada. As officers of the Free Trade Union, we desire to congratu- late, your association on the .strong step..-which it has .taken of free trade. .V We note with satisfaction your dis- avowal of any desire for any preference in the British mar- police uhich resisted as fraught with economic and Clearance Sale AT THE Foot Toggery HOSIERY SPECIAL TUESDAY OMA Fine Cotton ljenman's Full FashionGcl Hose, in Black and Tan, 5 Pairs, ijil.OO Bens "Kihbcd Cotton Hose, all sizes, at a pair, 25 cents Guaranteed Absolutely Fast and Stainless Colors SUMMER EXCURSIONS EASTERN CANADA il o, rnl, MACHIriCENT STEAMSHIPS PACIFIC COAST ity 10 viiit the mrlil-renowiKd in ricU Ol.cie, No nil, trip, lo Ihc iconcrj-. it ami Tixrilt Ctrl nn.l Dining on ill trains, affordini nil the romfntls of liome. iruiition, fnrea tiokctj to uny CANADIJtN PACIFIC RAILWAY TICKET AGENT or write to R. G. McNEILLII, political-dangers, alike to thef Empire as a'whole, arid especially to Canada end the Mother Country. -Canada has hitherto been misrepresented' -fry-' the' titiff reform here as a solidfun it foi protection You hate not onl> made it clear mat nils is a ous travesty of the facts, tint ypii have demonstrated to the whole'world that the maintenance of Canada's Royalty to the Empire does not rest upon so ignoble and precarious as the success of .the protectionist movement in the The welcome preference given by Canada to British goodse, in itself a step-to- wards the abolition of protective tar- iffs, has been used in this country as a weapon against free'trade. The leaders of the protectionist agitation here have declared that this prefer ence is in danger of being w-Ubdrawn, unless our people will consent to tax their bread, and thus ensure a higher price for Canadian corn, 'By proclaiming your objection to such schemes of, taxation, you have struck a powerful Jblow.at the protec tionist movement in Britain. That i movement began with vague propos- ols'for Imperial preference; but these I ha e been bv the pro lectionist :argumehL Tariff reform finds its largest measure of sup port in suggestions for the full pro- tection of industries by ing food and manufactures iipqji their entn Into tne United Kingdom The future r of free .trade all over' the 'vorld is bound up with the defeat of protection .in Britain. A protection- ist triumph here would- strengthen the cause of prolection-in every oth- er country, for, just when other na- tions are trying to. throw off, we are fighting to uphold free trade in' the face of the great vested. Interests which, here, as elsewhere, are seeking to enrich themselves by the impoBi- Uon of protective .tariffs. We look to you, and to all other free traders in the British dominions to help us In maintaining the real un- ity of the Empire, by. maintaining com plete fiscal independence for each component part. We look to you to make it impossible for any political party to utilise the love and loyalty of all the British peoples as a politi- cal asset in a party game, or u means of fastening upon any df them a fiscal system trary to its Interests and desires.-The Empire has been built up by freedom, Joined with perfect loyalty to the Crown. It is because your as- sociation has done much and can do much to .help UB in maintaining these great traditions that we have ventur- ed to address you as the official cor- respondent'of the Manitoba Grain Growers' Association. We Iwj you to Do you yet the full benefit of the VICTOR In your home? Do you 'appreciate that VICTOR, records are more than ordinary music? They ore ('he greatest musicians' conception of uxusic, inter- rendered by the most gifted musical artists of 1 .They aro not only a source of perpetual enjoy- ment, but a means of educa- tion lu the highest sense of the '.vocd. MASON R1SCH PIANO CO. Dominion Phone 791 offer our warmest thanks to friends and colleagues in ..Manitoba SaskatchewarTand Alberta, who havo co-operated in the recent free trado demonstrations. We trust that without any inter ference in matters of purely local con- cern, it may be possible for our un- ion arid your association to render each other valuable help in defending the only sound principles of trade and n secttTiug the prosperity and free- dom of our Empire. Signed on ;behalf of the Free Trade Union, ARNOLD jVIORLEY. President. AVEBURV, BAlbFOUR OF BURLBIGH, BRASSEY. JAMES -OP'H'BREFORD, ARTHUR ,D., ELLIOTT, Vice-Presidents ALFRED MONO, Hon. Treas. 0. E. OLIVE HIGH ifil Hon. Secretaries G. WALLACE-CARTER, 1 Secretary, Does- Mr. Borden regard himself as more of a loyalist than Mr. .Morley Lord .Avebury, Lord Balfour, Lord Brassey, or" noted Britishers nd millions of people in the Old Land are commending .the farmer! of he West on their, stand against tar ff. extortion? No one questions Mr Borden's loyalty. His heart beati rue, but close .residence to the Un ted States has impregnated him with rutectionist Ideas, tnat-aip at v-irl nre with true British libcrtj Air the real advocate of Am rican ideas In Canada. ;.Britishers ii JariMU. desire to get away, from Am ricaiiism in tariff matters. And we re all gratified that the -i United states is to see the error f her ways, and is already following Britain's example.. The reciprocit; act illustrates the. situation in the tates. Lord BraHsey. IB ;ari Imperialist; so s 3lr. Morley, and Lord Balfour, ant hey declare ihat Mr. Borden's policj "fraught with economic and po- litical dangers, alike to the Em- pire as a whole, and especially to Canada and the Mother Coun- NEW THEATRE WILL BE A DANDY Morris .Will Conduct New Play House on Round St. The wholesome amusement of a coin nliinlty is as important, as wholesome rood and living, it forms if properly directed and controlled, u part of the education of the people possible to them otherwise only by which verywic is not able to indulge in either by lack ol lime or money. Tl thintii hum; ertttul in the ut i Kitth St., S., is to he manage and run by tlie oldest theatre mm in Hu "U, Mi VI Moiris the Eureka, anif when finished it wj IB i (fistuut icqiusi 101 'o the con nimity. .It is being pushed along a apiclly as possible to completion; an fill, it be open in a weeks. Wbe'ii..'completed, it wjll hnv direct entrance from Fifth street oiith, through a spacious corrido irnished with vestibule swing-doors lie entrance ajicl exit doors being scp rated. Passing the office window here the visitor will exchange Ihi. smil small coin of the rcnlni Tor a iper check, the auditorium ts cu- red, which being some sixty-three et long by about; forty-eight feet ide will be capable oi seating some hundred and fifty of an audience ic chairs arc to he the most mod- n folding, steel frame opera chairs, il comfort will be fully studied. The Proscenium is to he decorated ornamental rclL'f plaster MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phent I TO-NIGHT and TO-MORROW NIGHT The Grtiteit Dramillc hilt Ctnlury "The Man" Clarence Heeonl Breaker By EDWIN MILTON ROYLE TrtE SHOW THAT DAZZLED TWO CONTINENTS'- A Stirring American Drama In Four Grelt Acti ork. and on cither the stage craetgenoy side exhit ry. The British'Ministers take the same ttitude are not going to accuse Mr, lorden of disloyalty to Canada or the Empire, but there is the charge made the foremost men of the Empire. Borden Is etriving-to have Ca- ada follow the example of the United tates, where the people.'are curaed roroblnes, as, In fact, e are already In Canada Borden is not diettnguiihed eh ugli or brainv enough to net up i ;indard of loviUj to the Brlttah flag nd the British hmpirc standard setting is o leave It to.tlie di- ect and personal touch with the King mself. Incidentally, tlie..Conservatfreread- r ,Mr. other day, at the ilsrims1 dinner, in and ag n at the great peace meeting In ondon, made a few thte :lations that, shoiild be. cultivated etween the British people and the nitert States. There are men in CV ada today, verybusy, daily, trying to ndo the great .work. of the ch of all shades, of politics at thf of the Empire. Canada has ev' rything to gain and nothing to IOM on terms of splendid friend iip with the great republic.. Can- liana are proud of their counirj? nd should nenWmber. that thej are men not vassals or mef cenariea; prepared K. sell.their birth- right for trtde conceMiont. ian la insulted and cheap a blatant tpolitician DhotiU HtmcxAtion Is the goal freer etrade The exponent of nn Idea is unworthy of a place on any Canadian AL. MORRIS, Who Will Furnish the Attractions ard also those at the Fair. on the level, admitting directly on to the lane at the rear of the" building. will have an area of about four hundred and'fifty- square feet, which will allow of the majority of the usual-1 travelling companies to coni forlibh stage their productions upon it Ilie electrical .affects and Jighting will he elaborate, and the precaution against fire or accident is: very com- plete, fire hydrants and hose reels be- mg-freeU emplomi as as wat- er spnj IOL the curtain Tlie heat- ing will he on the low pressure steam syslPin of radiation, and will be noiseless at all times. The decora- tions will he fii gaod taste, and.a lew special arrangements as to orchestra and dressing rooms; will enable the performers to work with the great- est ease and confidence, which is im- portant from the point of view of satisfying the audience. Under the experienced control of. Mr.- Morris, who is miking tlahoritc ar- rangements' for .the coming season ev- ery assurance can he had that the new theatre will be a pleasant place to tisit For the' past three years the free attractions of tins-fair have been fur- nished by Al. Morris and he is again in charge or. this Hem year's 'air program, having, secured balloon ascents, parachute descents, bicvclc and rolling globe acts and other m- icrrstidg feats, uhich uill all be first rait undtt such able direction FOR HI8 COURTESY Cxchingtd Lower (Nrth for top ont iind RawirdAd in Wilt Atlanta, Ga., Jnly Wm. R. O'Neil of Ga 26 a lower for an upper ng, cur berth with J. T. Young; of four years ago when 'be two men were en route to Florida where Young WM going for hin health he-thought little of Incident. Mr. Y'oung He left to O'Neil, Extensive alterations-are' now beinft made oil' the intehor'of this" theatre and when completed; Starhrnd will bo tlie finest Photoplay House west of Winnipeg. To the sound of the hainnio] ami will Husoiit T11KEE JJili STARLAND T A R L A N D PROGRAM NO, 1. TWA HIELAND LADS The biggest laugh producer 'in Motion Pictures. THKEE This is a charming picture in avery way.' It charms the eye Mid claims attention, SEMINOLE SACKJFJCi: A thrilling Indian picture. By R. E. WILLIS. WATCH FOR THE DATES OF i THE INDIANAPOLIS AUTO RACE. TONIGHT YOU AUTO SEE IT 7 F M TODAY 2. p; M. FINDS CURE FOR TUBERCULOSIS London, July 21. Following on the eels of the report of the Koyal Tuber ulosis and 'the annual or the prevention of tuberculosis omes the announcement of -lifitiaiifei; ew curt, for consumption claimed man named Bryant, who worked in iie coal mine jBrvant fhirf paticntr breathing the gas, from utiacid with a result that it la said' o be excellent. Agent Lenian of the district has Hen the locnl counsel to er ct .a. building .for "a test cure on "a scale lie local John Burns, president of goA eminent ordered medical officers'of die. West' York- shire health department to ingpect BryantV establishment and report. A v.Bradford, govt anaylfst, was accordingly'employed-and an analy- sis of the simples of the atmospheie shotted that Its pilnciple constituents are umoiiia and which- even in a weak solution; des- troy mici obes Iq a few hours nosijrg. Thf: dimes -inhaled coming in contact with the i educe and them without any" in jiiriouii effect upon1 the human or- gan ion Mf 1 f___________ S DELEGATES TO'MACLEOD Calgary, July President of the Board of Trade and. Manager Suu'mlcrs of the Bank of: L'ommcrce left this morning for Mac- leod coal confab. 'An Extraordinary Attraction 4 Big Features 4 H. R. COOPER The famous baiitone A special d attraction. BROTHERS' FEUD. CUSTOM OFFICER'S DOG. Beautiful. TRAGIC IDYLL. Bpautiful VINTAGE. Beautifullinncl-colorotl. Patlic's. Doors Open 7 30 THE FAMILY THEATRE FirtttCurbin I p.m. PRICES ONLY IOC AND COMING THIS WEEK to BARONS, CAHMANGAY, CHAMPION THE ORIGINAL CORONATION PICTURES 4000 FEET OF FILMS, INCLUDING DRAMATIC AND OOMEDY PICTURES. ILLUSTRATED SONGS By Vic. Turner. SEE SMALL HILLS FOB HATE. t TIIE ELITE AMUSEMENT CO.