Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Tub THB LETHBK1UGK DAILY HEKALD EDITED' Off let fhont 12M. i Residence Pheni 774. We ought to make tlie nwmcnts notes Ot happy, 'glad .Thanksgiving )'he hours anil days, a silent praise 01 n Ubie we are living lla Wileox Cimpbrll leaves todaj to spend about tin dub it the Mpme Club Misb liaiclcj Round street spent tbe wick end it Migiith of' Calgary, is Rlitiiding x couple of vieeks in Ihe city with .friciHls, Mi Hobcrl Niintnons retuiued on Suiidij fiom Winnipeg where he Hook in Hie exhibition Mr. and'Mrs.'T.'S.'.Fettcrly return ed tins moining frnm Winnipeg wlu-re Ihei ittcmleil (he exhibition nils 1 S 1 clleih Iiab ib hci' guest foi i few bet father Mr Jirrctt, of Calgarj Miis Uonnell is spending a few ihv s M bs Jennie Chipman at M i- grath. Mr. and Mrs: S. J.' Have returned'from i month's usltrat the coast. 1 Miss Maj Kcnnv nab returned tin eitv after i shoil vacation at Nelson, B, .C. Mr. and Mrs. H. P little son Rcgimld, bpcnti end it Cardston I Ml Jackson, ot the (tall of the Campbell and Hofnc Co left on feiturdav to spend a short vaca- tion at Crow' ,-Nest Mr-fa V SoilUi wJio has pJ been htr sistei kod.'left Tor her hoitue Mmntipolis .j, Mr ind Mrs Vorman B Peat nho are it present in Pelrolia arc ex- pected -norm auout the hrsfc of Uje month. A congregation U meeting will be held in fet tvpnan s church tins ev cnmg It it hoped there inll be a large attendance Mrs Robert N immons and Miss JJora Nhi.mons will leave tomorrow for Victoria and other coast citirs to be awn about three ueeks and Mrs cooman Mrs Fns ftcr, Mrs.. McNicol'-'and Miss Cotter, to Mncleod hv motor this morn ing and io return this evening Mrs C F P Corn hcaie ill he the hostess on ThnrscUj night of i dinurg pirtv as A couitcsj to Miss Konoc Sinipci of Caiman who is a house guest at Kucmem r Mrs. and two children, Accompanied hv Bright sister of Mrs'.'.Hickvrreturncd- on Saturday from i pleasant sic it ion spent at Banft and Golden, H C The lethbndgc miners mil hold a dance in the K of P hall on Thurs Srd ,il p m A full band will bo m Attendance and dis pcnsc first class music Mr and Mrs C W Gray are en (tcr.Uii.ing as house Mr and UNBURN BLISTERS s o R t F F t i arn Buk Mis C Xdanii Granbj Qmbeo brotlitr-in-Itw and sister of C and nephew, Sjilntj of OttwA who will remain uith them for i month C A Aduirs 11 is pr.nu.iiHl of high school Miss K DoUo Sixth St ui on Sdluri..) from Nelson B C whin ihe hid boon summoned on ace-omit oMier broth'ur's illness. DojIr Ins to return1.'wiHi his sister is her guest it present I V Cook Crabb Ins as hei guests htr mothui Mrs Corrigan and hu sister Mrs Ilavke anil two children, of Moose .law, who are en route to .Seattle to cjnmd three They will remain with Mrs. Cook" fqr about1-, ten, days, 1 Mr: -lack Koss; of Lelhlmdge, AI- herta, tUfis tht guest this week of his Mrs 1C Orihiim Ate ML Ross who pass- ed his McOill exkmination with ere ;dit; '.has 'added to-his laurels by tak- ing fourteenth place in a class of one hundred ;md thirty, i'-wlio passed suc- cessfully the Royal'iyUitary- College examination at mont-h. He is i studcnli of IriniU College, J'oit ilerild 'Mat in ciiirge of its" Literary Cornnuttef Miss. V H itcrman occupied tlie cHrttrt ntcresting progrmv by the members and I Mr U Patterson- "Afark toin's Oration' in his usual able 'manner Misses Vgar and Olncr icn deied an instrumental fl'is-s L recited PicKctt s VM pic ismglj and the bimgi sing verj sweetlv Bel! a short tilk on Tdeils exhorted the joung people to up to the ideal which Christ his laised for each life and pointed out the In i im provemcht on Mis vjilan. 1 Mr 0 Zimona violinist of his reccntlv been giving at Seattle T.ICOIH an couvtr, New 'Nestminstu Spokane, Walli Walh Blltto anil other ylics, appear in rental at I cllibridge on Iridiv evening of this vveek silted cj Mrs Homing al the piano be given under j the patronage of a large number of prom :nent ladies ind gentlemen of this citv and will take phcc it the M t auditorium 1 he programme viill be as follows, I I? Mendelssohn. ..Andante, Mrom Concerto 2 Cndle Song (b) Drdla C'apncc in A j Bcethmcn Homanza d (i) Dcllbe-, from Sjl via, (Ii) Schubcrt-Rcmenjr; Seren ade PART II 1 (a) Pierne Caitfonetta (b) Chopin Clioril Nocturne 6 (a) Dvo ik Ilumoresque (b) Ciabnel Mine Scrcmde Haninc 7 Wagner To the Tvening Stir 1 he Spokesman lieviovv oi June 28 1111 M leks to M) jour shoes and clothes should be comfortable; and. such that theivilo not Impede your movements. Tho best place to walk Is on >lhe earth itself rather than on a pave- ment or made road of any kind. The reason for lllis is that the earth yields to the step and so' lessens the shock on the spine. We arc told that certain nervous diseases, are .sometimes contracted by persons who are (oieeil to walk on bird stone. daily walk in the eit) utttcti is vvliil most oi us must he satisfied with, is vastly butter Llian.no walk at all llic main tiling is to do ,our walk- ing svstenlatienllv "ion should walk every dajvrcgardicss oi weather, and in ill seasons because onlj thub doeb tlie bodv heeome aeciiblomcd to the" elements aiid'-.is to. resist dis- ease. If vou liave never-'.tried it before voti wifl he surprised to sec liou boon jou become used to ill Kimib of wea tiler. 'flic necessarily in- Inle uhilc walking will lessen votir- tendiilicv Your breathing ihoiild be deep is ibis will stiength en the lungs and purify .the blood, Deep breathing, also has; a soulbliig" eiTcct on nerves, tliat arc strained and tried, One thing you" should take your walk as a inattcL of course, and as a Be sure, if vou find vout health improved not to give it up as thatvis the ven reason win jou should continue it if vou wish to live long and he well 'ISO" CALL C. W. CROSS AU_W1TNESS To Give Evidence at In- quiry Into Oliver Charges Pnlj special com mittee appointed 10 the charges met tint> us one of its members, F B Carvell, who IB on his home From Eng land and is not expected in Panada till fSaturdaj The abllnce of Mr Carvell feeulted in the throwing.over of the inquiry for another Mr l.eoffrian if thief Liberal whip for Quebec gfnrenteed that house uould on Tuesday of next week At the outset this morning s meeting it was decided to Instruct wiinesses already summon- ed to start for Ottawa immediately. 'These Include Cross, for- merly attornej general of Alberta G R F Knkpatrlck manager of the Imperial Bank at Edmonton and A F Farmer manager of the branch of at Redcliffe, and formerly accountant at Edmonton. .The. in- Htructions toMr. Kirkpatrick are that he is to produce the books containing the Oilier account It was iiiggcited by Mr Geoffrlan that the committee bit to hear these witnesses on Tues day next Mr Melghen proposed Mon day but Mr Geoffrain urged that the attendance of members always Blim on that day Chairman Clark said that he1 would rather not go on till the arrival of Mr. Carvell. iMr. Geoffrlan: "We can go on from day to day and sit in the morning afternoon and evening untii we get through Mr Meighen We can do nothing for a Chairman Ptark Siild that Daniel McGllllcuddj and newspaper men would be available as witnesses and suggested agreeing on Tuesday. 1, sajs of Mr liamona s plaving r' 0 the York violin ist who appealed in lecitil last even ing it Vincent M L church showed to excellent advalltige in tiir entire 'program.. His selections were well chosen, and amply 'exemplified both the natilnl gifts and superb twining thai have made him a favorite l-hroiiKhoiit, the.east, Did vou evei think of the benefits jou derive irom regular w lining Walking is possihlj i ost Ii iltli- ful, as well as the most latural foim of'ctcrcise, you can enjoy Ii jou walk rcguhrlv it serom plishcs four things for vou First it strengthens the hcirl iction sec ond it nourishes the vital organs third.'.it. increases-. the circulation am) iourtli it feeds the. muscles., .Very few of us. indeed, arc so that we cannot take- even a short -walk cv- crv day The length of the walk and the speed with which it is taken will depend on ourselves on may be able'to walk'for'only half an'hour, while someone: else 'needs 'two hours. English and German women walk ten les at a time and are really fresh- er at the end, they began. If you lie unused to walking must begm slonly and walk no more than mile or two, Posslbl) the beat time fur your: daily-walk is al hour alter, eatinf and. Mid The Ilerpioide Girl AdviiM Gentlemen. At Vis Blanks reception I met a gentleman fulfilled my Idei! of a man in all hut ono particular He had good head fine physique, perfect manners, a most.' Interring per- sonahtv and bore himself with the distinguished an of a gentleman His inen was immaculate and: his clothes as to cut and? tnaterlal. But jll the pleasamt first Impression Was ruined when 1 discovered the collar and shoulders of his. dresscoat cov- ered with loose hair and flakes of dan- draff To me Ibis was an Indication of per sonnl caiclessnesB not to say unclean Incss. In-anted to tell him to. get a lottle'of Newiiro's .re- would, ..In time remove every trace, of dandruff 'rom Ills stop his .hair, from 'ailing and prevent him'from becom- ng I don t like baldheaded men, Lhey look old whether they are or not. Damlniff is caused by a germ anil x'ewbro's Herpiclde kilje'that. 'germ. itching, which Is so frightful wjth dandruff stops almost instantly. Ilorpiclde is the Original Remedy :hat destroys dandruff. There is.noth- ng in (he world just like It, nothing hat Is "just as good. One Dollar Site Bottles are fuaran- .ccd by all druggists'to give saCsfac- .ion. Applications obtained at the notxl barber shops. Send JOc In ntwtage for n sample ittlii and booklet to The HerpEcUlc Co., Pept. R., Detroit, Mich. J. Hit-, Co., Lid., special .icents SUICIDED AT BOUNDARY LINE A Cardrton 'Man Took Poison to End His Life Coutti. July. Davis, of Card- committed .suicide by. .taking ii diiybreak thib morning, about four boufti of eel Grati Mont, He ;i wife children, tuo( girls and four boja His traveling companion, ,i matvnam ed Brown being hold pending in- quiries Davis waiting here for of his sons wlio were coming north to crost the line. NECK AND NECK BETWEEN LEADERS In the tAviation Contest Around Great Britain Bristol Ehg., July flying races around Great Britain for the prize of offered hy the don Daily Mail, developed today into a neck and neck contest .between Ved renea and .Beaumont, with only Hame. G. Valentine keeping anywhere near the leaders Today's schedule, for -the (light la from Edinburgh to this city by wajjof Stirling G asgow .md Man cheater a total distance of 38.1 miles Vedrlnes and Beaumont made n cir- cuit starting from Kdin burgh stopping at Stirling and Glas and proceeding to Carlisle during the forenoon. They left tho Scottish capital at this morn be ing delated later at Stirling by a ram I-a the earb fljlng Beau mont made up somo.timc lost Satur day and AIondp.y, bqt Vedrenes came thU the flight from Glasgow to Carlisle cohering that leg of 86 miles In' one hour and 59 min- utes Beaumont's time of two hours ;and .thirteen minutes, Englishman, left Edin- buigb sooij afj.er the Frenchman had started and reached Stirling safely but met' mishap to his pro- tailor between ,that -place and Lllas compelled him to descend. Meanwhile the othci competitois Etr.uggiing on the second stage from "Hendon to Edinburgh. Captain Cody left Harrogate this morning 'and damaged Jus machine descendiDg at Dunham! Uaincl, who was further along, Newcastle al 5 o clock this morning but owing to troublesome ttt In- from which Rblnt he made'.a new start foi kdinburfch 'f Reynolds who arnyed at Uarrov, gate this morning, smashed IUB ma china.in attempting again Agtley also reached.- H arrogate this morning man tried to i the race at Leeds but .-could not make his engine and with- drew FRANCE IS NOUSIEEP Watching Quietly Every Move Made by Germany re Morocco London Inly foreign office IK being closely informed of van ing phases o( Ihc Franco-German conver- sation regarding Moroccan affairs Sir Edward foreign secretary, .was among today's callers at Buck- ingham palace, presumably to la) be fore tlie. King the" latest'hews of tlie foreign situation. Sir Francis Bertie; 'British ambas sador to Prance, attended a meeting atfthe foreign office this morning and conferred for some' time with Secre- tart Oici Premier Asquith and Mln Ister Lloyd George, wliom the ambas- sador was able to ptit In .full posses- sion of views Paris. July on the Kranco-Oerman negotiations growing out of the Moroccan situation, the Echo De Paris today, says, France will not allow be Intimidated by Germany. Should Paris report that Germany has called reservists bp confirmed, France is certain to adopt similar measures, the paper sajs Paris, July report that the German government, has decided to call out of the army reserves, Ii received placidly here; if the state- ment is made that France will foilow the example of'her neighbor. While the tone of French press Is calm that of Ucigfnm Is excited .ind grave fears are expressed in Russia for the fate of the From advices re- ceived here It Is evident that the Italian, newspapers are extremely hostile to the French policy h if riot. ELECTION May be Announced this Week; Tories Won't Yield .July 25.-Bqlh Lib- erals Conservatives spent this morning in caucus to consider future; action of the parties in regard to the deadlock which has arisen because of the, inability of the government to make any hctuluaj or anj coniiidera- tion of its rec.pioclt) ptoposaU in the (loitstv After vesterdiiy's debate, in.the.House no one anticipated that the.'caucus w-ould result change in Dip situation and the general ex- pectation lias been realized. So far as can be ascertained the opposition decided to continue in its .opposition to reciprocity; while the .government forces .said that if there is no linck- rlown pn tlic part of Conservatives in the course of the or. three days then Parliament will'be dissolv- ed and the date for election -fixed. I his will mean that voting will prob- ably, take place towards'--the close of a-six'weeks' cam- paign. Conservatives went into :caticus at 10.30, with K. iToronto, in tiic chair, they broke up keep the statlclans, hunting thiough their to equal Should these conditions prevail there; Is no doubt that fcho crop of in far as spring wheat Is concerned, will lank highest In percentage condition, ot any reaped In the Canadian Weet. No. 1 Hard has for the past been-an'almost Insignificant toi in the Winnipeg market Local grain dealers- now claim that with light conditions, ,it will be the con- trolling f.iUor. About what vtr maj thus be summarized Tho spring wheat crop ra-ely got In earlier or to better seedbed Through much of June predicted frrm seven to ten days earlier than the age which under conditions Mould have brought the entire two hundred million through into stodk 01 stack before any likelihood of "frost. Jub conditions, however, have prov- ed abno'rmal, the vernal season haa been checked by abnormal wet, and cold leather Four or five days of the adiwitige thus been disej- puttd .Continuance ot condi- tions might had spelled disaster, tf not to the spring -crop as a whole, at least to autny listriots Ilut If the bappy change in weather and especially In tempuratures shall con- tinue, this Western Canada spring wheat country will offer for haneet a wonderful crop. Difficulty in supplying necMtarr laboi is the proMem that all Interest! are now alive to. ANOTHER UPROAR IN BRITISH HOUSE London. TuU 2R scene in the Houin of Commons when the opposition denied' i hearing, to Pre- miei Astiuilh, sought move consideration of Lords amen'dment to veto bill resulted in-arbltratory -sus- pension of the sitting bj Speaker ther, has aroused public'interests-in constitiitioml crisis regarding which people generally had before lefused to take more than passing- notice. Uownins'Vtraet, the home of the'cab- Inet and the of the houses cf parliament, attracted minv curious oneif who on spec [al political activitj are anxious to sec participants in strifeJ At the potiticil clnba and elsewhere a var- ietj ot opinions'were Lib- erals believe treatment to which Mr Asqmth was atibjected will tend to Btiffon the backs: of tlie ministers, !f that is necessarj, and ma fee them in sist upon the prompt piuiMge of the Aeto bill failing In which the required number of. to ensure enactment of legiulation, will be: creator while Unionises generally excuse con- duct ot the Insurgents on the ground that the situation was one of great gravity, they secretly deplore the In- cident as likely.to hurt them- with the country as-heretofore 'been held up to public as a party of order and It probablj will days; before either side takes any forward steps "The King who has taken the keenest fnterest In crisis has again; postponed visit to tioodwpod iB...extremely .proh-- able the pleasure excursion will be abandoned. Premier :Asquith. had many callers and there were fmiuent conferences. London, July 25 uproar- ious scene occurred today in the House ot Commons, when s member Gwynne 'asked whether or not the government's findings regarding home given to the house be- fore the press. Premier" des- cribed the question x? insolent where- upon Lord Cecil rose to a point of order amid a wild demonstration. Hon. Lonffl Harcoiirt demanded to know whether or not the terni ivas as insolent as. that of "traitor" which was hurled at Premier Asquith. yes- lerday when the wild hubbub raged. The controversy continued for con- siderable time untii the speaker de- clurod that neither expression was in order with the rules of the house. KING ALFONSO SAILS FOR ENGLAND Santaneder, Spain, July Alfonso salted for England' .today aboard the royal yacht Gfralda. The yacht was escorted by the Spanish cruiser Reina WON'T BE LtAILK FOR WAR RISKS London, July Lloyds un- (lei-writers have notice they will not accept liability for war risks under marine insurance con- tracts after .August 8th. The decision is believed to been i piT'tly- by tho Moroccan rlifflculty nnd by the government's approval of the declaration of IxHidoa. WIND STORM Chatham, Ont torrtfla wind storm which rcged all yesterday afternoon and last night did Immense damage to the fruit crops in this ilcinlt; It a good third of the apples, pear and plum crop blown down inspection of the frjit-district east of Hamilton today shpwe that gale that swept across the country laflt night practic- ally ruined the peach and apple crop The trees are almost 'stripped. POPULATION OFJGALGARY (Special to the Calgarv, July According to prnate advices reeened here today hv C local' tea) estatu man, (rom Ottawa, tke-sopulation ol Calgary under the recent census, n fortj-three, eight hundred ind seyent) The figureh are, of course, unofficial, but Mr gets them from an authoritative source and is of their accuracy. AFTER THE COOK AGAIN Seventeen laJwrers working on railroad near Barnwell, arretted last evening for causing a disturbance and getting after the cook This ii the same bunch who tried to raid the cook at Coaldale a few Stindsrs ago, snd the Mounted Police will not let them off as easv this time as tier did on the previous occasion. The case was scheduled for two o clock this afternoon but the chief witnesses were not present, and In< speaor West laid the cam over till tomorrow t STARLAND The Starland management s that It his completed ar- rangements with the leading film change of Canada and the United States for the right of exhibiting their film products In this city new, service has commenced and such well-known manufacturn at Udlton, Biograph, Vltigraph and oth- er well known types of motion ptmto- graphs i the alterations which.: are now under way are completed land will be one of the most on-tO'date photo play theatres in the west, and Is sure of long arid continued success The beautiful lofty ceiling and per- fect ventilation, com'oined with the most comfortable seating accommoda- tion, create a theatre beautiful. The program for tonight la.'the same, as that given last evening and the doors will be open at an early hour to accommodate the crowds Win. Mercer, of ..Port wai family Injured In the canning faderr there. He died after twelve: hotfrt. of atony.