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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRltiGsTDAILT HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914' DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, per sea- Daily, 0} mail, per j ear..... Weekly, by mail, per year 11" BustttOES Once Editorial Offlco TELEPHONES 1252 W, A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager ADVICE TO MANUFACTURERS Eobt. Cruise, Uie liberal 'M. P-, for Dauphin, Man., in a speech in the House of Commons, during the last session, made the observation that the manufacturers., need to bo educated, discussing advice tie manufac- turers had how to farm to tho western farmer Finer words were never uttered, because the manu- facturer is lacking in knowledge about agricultural conditions in this part of the Dominion. The manufacturer has been getting advice from another source and a fnendlr source at that Hon Geo B Foster was a speaker at the annual banquet of the Canadian Minutactar- ers' Association a few weeks ago and tlie Canadian Courier, in an editorial, comment upon his speech says' "Hon George E Foster made a strong point at the manufacturers banquet in Montreal last week when he said he did not want to see the tariff used as an excuse to' laiy and Inefficient manufacturers. Skill-, coon oroy and honest workmanship, he pomt-d out, do much lor the manufacturer as the tariff ias done. This is a splendid message. Coming as It does from an and life-long protectionist, it should be- a warning to the Canadian maBsfaeturer to no has best The days of high -protection are not likely to be long in this coun- try, and the manufacturer who is wise will prepare for the. inevitable He must his bus- iness thatlie wffi SFablFto sell his goods on a free-trade basis The tar 1ft is there bnt he should bo selling on a basis -which will enable 'him to suc- ceed if that taroff is lowered or elim mated This Is the ideal. The older manufacturers should be close to it now, and the newer keeping it In front as a at an early date A taritt tor revenue. only would average about fifteen cent aid every, manufacturer who is wise wUl for the day when adopt that policy 3n mind end buy stocks onh taTiuch. industries as seem lively to be that, position at an early date' have already taken warnjnE 'and this accounts In a measure for the recent 9rop in steel and iron secnrlHes." Mr Foster's advice fte Courier's Wntt should Impress the manufacturers will not always reign as o! thiB country. As Canada grows, low tariff, sentiment will: ei- tend, ani the manufacturer must tat for the day when he must rely on superiority ot goods rather than protection against other countries. That day, when it arrives, will be bet- tter for the consumer and the manu- more value for -his money and tie 'manufacturer will sell more goods, lie will be making what the demand. That CalUaux trial In Paris seems to show that the morals of de still obtain in France. They are not exactly Canadian morale either. If the two little boys Austria and Servia start a scrap and the biff 'bro- thers, Germany and .Russia take sides, the gentlemen1 who manipulate tlie stock .markets will think the end of the world has come for sure. Chicago now has- a police scandal and the reform element !B asking for the indictment of Jim Coloaimo, cafe owner, and one of the "Big Five" of the Evidently Chicago is jeal- ous of the notoriety New York gained from the Becker case. And now, just when we were -begin ning to form a somewhat better opln- ios of General Villa, he decides to make Major Fierro a 'brigadier-gener- al. Fterro, it-will toe remembered, Is the gentleman who was arrested for the murder of the rancher Benton, over which England threatened in- ternational difficulties. TMiat looks like -the worst break the Mexican tiger lias made for a few moons reports seems to ehow that some farmers', have'good crops even in the dryest" districts ?Jo are be- ginning to wonder .what will happen when the farmers of this country gflt down to an eastern acres 61 land each, divided Into 10 acre fields, with' a different' kind of crop in each 'Held, where they liavo hoe crops, where Uiay-nmnure -tho land and whore they plough two or three.acres day jutead of aiming at 10 or 12. Wo wonder. 'ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Only about of laat year's xes'in Uie city of Reglna remaiu unpaid. The new town of near Ed onton, will Douitua-.e a and six aldermen next Tuesday. Since the recent Prince Albert lire the fire-flshliug apparatus and meth- ods -have been strongly criticized; The magistrate and of police if Merritt, B. C., have been asked to resign John Mbyer, a farmer living near JIunson, Alberta, has uqearthed- tfie petrified remaias of a giant dinosaur-. Medicine Hat will- open its first city play-grounds on Monday nest Mrs. .James, formerly of Prov- dence, H.I., will he ia charge. .Chief Bruce of Medicine Hat ihas ruled that all persons coming mto properly attired. No more shirt sleeves H. A. Sch'ultz and Julius Lots, hotel keepers of Gimh, were each fined ?200 and costs for selling liquor on elec- July-10. W. Sanford Evans: has retired from the-secretarj ship bf the' Stock Yards and A.-Mj.'Lambert will succeed him James Anderson, of Chatham, for- mer superintendent of the old Chat L.niiniiig company, and one. of the jest known wagon makers in. Canada, is dead Staff-Sergeant Loggin of the R. N. W. M. P. at Milfort, Sask., has seen 24 yetrs of .continuous service in the ;e 'and' is booked up for another year. Iteginn wants Chief Cuddy of Cal Saskatchewan capital 'TlslVto give. tie. police commission aome pointers on running a police force. "These ars tco lens; a thief, who left iehin'd a-'ipadrvdf- redVstock- the.remaimler of-airs. Marie Frankers clothed while she as bathing in one of the Chicago 'beaches. 'For" theVflrst time in months there are no waiting .numbers at the .Cal- gary Imnd office. Practically every- thing under that office's jurisdiction within miles of the "Dowlhig blue" is Villa haa announced that Rodolfo is credited with the English rancher, Sentoh, is to.ibe pardoned and made a brlgadler-reneral In his army. With flaines iburstihg out all -about lim, and.: thick smoke as an added danger, 'Mr. Leo Young, 550 Char- lotte Street; saved hre automobile from being destroyed, when the-garage-was burned recently. SEAL BRAND COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Never in asad CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. it METROPOLITAN BANK MEETING SEPT 14 Toronto, July Metropoli- tan. Bank today sent out notices to the istiarelidlders :calllng a special meeting for Sfeptem her 14 tor the purpose of consideilng the agreement of sale or Its assets to the Banket Noia Scotia, and If deemed passing, resolu- tion approung of agreement A vote of tiro-thirds -'ol .the stockholders will necessary to approve It is certain {hat the required vote will- be secured. OUR are drawing the crowds Goods are being sold for less money than in any departmental store in Canada Wright The Jeweller George Penney, a homsetoader, Hr- infc -about li miles south-west of ydmittBteTt was shot and died a few. hours afterwards, iby what is al- leged the accidental discharge of a'revolver'In the hands of a hired man. named 'Mason. Comptroller Fred, Baldwin of the city of Vancouver, makes' the state- ment that two thirds of :the city's re- lief fund.'Is already gone, and issues a .warning to get ready for neit vin- tfer; Two hours after Detective Murray entered' 41ie vuptown branch of a I'D- ronto automobile firm and placed him under arrest for attempting to pur- chase an automobile thy means of aj cheque for for which there was no funds. Earl Philips, aged 20, Gamble Avenue, Todmorden, was to have 'been married to a respectable young woman .in Todmorden. When searched at police headquarters two cents and a marriage license were the sole possessions on his person., The latest move of the RobHn mach- ine managers at The Pas in having an sut on all travel on the Hudion Bay railway until after the election Tfoe 'into a state of wild eictemont After 'the last'lot, .of: government cluding 11 big gang had Bafely'up the line, an order was Issued that until after the elec- tion no person would he allowed to cross.the railway -bridge or go out to the construction camps. The first real intimation tlmt came to the Liberate wan F. .1. DIxon snd William .'Molloy started across tbe bridge iind Tert halted by two of KoQxie's provlncnl constables. Everybody feels better when Lirer ami BoweU BonnsL- Effer- vescent (Take VITA TlbMs BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY is all perfectly blen- ded and thor- oughly aged, D. O. ROBUN, Ti The critic will jetis If you don't watch out! people aie arousing because the chief has put the lid on the Sun- Ice creak can. But, that's nothing, think of the nheu the doughty Scotchman lived ou ISO- minute sermons evorv Sabbath. He dldnt arm whistle, although, ou the sly, praps, he used to wet It, provided he a wee drapple hanilv A wrathful clt. addresses hot roast to the col. in which he points out that, while it is quite Impossible to buy ice cream on Sat night and keep It In a solid state orer Sunau, It is quite passible to stock up with other liquid refreshment (and a little ice) on Saturday night, and go so far on 3uuda> as to quite forget that the" lid is on the frozen thirst dispeller. We wonder. It does seem though that there is a lot of energy wasted sitting on the lid one day in Now, if we uould only get and remote the desire for joe cream on Sundae, how much better this old world would .be. But somehow the taste seems'to be the same seven days a week. o a Mare Harde'-seenis to be htvvrog-a heluvatime wlth-hiz attackz of simpli- fied speling. 9 GOING UP. Tbey put liiin "up GOING DOWN! Then he gets "down the mouth." And now they e gone and f rmed a simplified peliug leeg back in. old Unlaria.' Mare Harde hot aplied to be enroled -ai a charter member. land up to our Chlnool lust as K According to the Laird of Skibo, the English church is debating whe ther hereafter It-shall -be he) or. .ha, dea. I Nevertheless the; much- -debated place will go on just the same -as ever siipplyfcis Medicine Hat with "weather. i Buffalo Bill s coming neU week? Bus> for the small bo> Busi- ness of carrjing to the ele- phant. ,_ The recall has liot straj ed back In to the home pasture during the The latest is a petition to bring hack. the aldermanio of goiernmenr The col 1m deplored the 88 ing of the scrappy seven In fact the col. has almost forgotten how .to kick. yer dog? The Macleod'town council Toted away their five dollar per meeting hon- orarium the For once in our life words fail to -describe -our emotions. _ B'SOSHI- (From the" Ipava -Tribune) One of the Canton papers night had a batch of Itein'B from one rural route, and twenty-two of them were about the Ling'enfelters. Those Lingenfelters are sonle people, they are. One of the items laid to get your cow -bells ready for a wed- ding. That means more Ungenfelt- ers, besosh. (We swined that last one even if It is the best.) GRAIN COMMISSION MAY MOVE TO 'PEG Winnipeg, JMV a meeting here today of the Dominion Grain Commission, it was stated that the commissioners were in favor of mov- ng their headquarters from Port Wil- liam to Business before the commission was of a routine na- ture. TIRES FIXED WHJLE YOU WAIT One of tile most up-to-date pieces of machinery at the -works of the Economical Carriage shop at the rear of the Dallas Hotel, Is one; for fixing tires on.-.wfioSIS-'srH'.ls-ryou wait. It does away with the old method of cooling tires, with all ita unnecessary delay. .It is simple and expeditious, and conslnts of fixing the tire while it Is cold, turning out not only a neat Job, but doing away with all damage tb-paint. Mr. Blunt, the proprietor of the carriage shop, gave the repre- sentative a demonstration thli .'morn- lag. In the space of min- utes he fixed tires to two wheels, turning out workmanship of a.jierfecV iy reliable nature. A and a blessing-to rJB-.and van the iiiiioi-aiion caiP nfi styled. In cnee of any misniip to (Ircn the remedy can be applied'with- out any' Inconvenience ,liT tbe inatter of delay. WHn thn merit of durabil- ity, the proceas anything in the way of "dishing on tires under the old way of flilni; them: POM the time mother elected your talc powder until now, when you are choosing your is always a Colgate Talc for you. Colnts'l ftu IMMI a itanfad Talc far and Beit (01 you mil your Our Baby Talc, Ut. Baby hinuclf, i> new It ii real boric powder from exactly the toim- ula w our ether talc powdsn, eucpt MM may thcnfore he preferred lordw'nuiiny, lliere u wide choice in our vight dejig htfui Uoaquct Tal France 9Me Violet Violet DaclrlU Ttat.4 tcl.t Cflfate'i TalthfounJ iiktmlr Ttllii jHtttti are A rfunfy Mai vljl Ac Jtnf fat fcur centt m COLGATE CO. Hatters 0 f Ctntimere Bouqutt Soap silt tell C. P. R. STEAMER ATHABASCA This is a sUter ship to the nt Covo island iu lako Huron. .-fEie tsirisi Athabasca broke doivn and the Keewatin was sent to -'tow 'her to Port AIcNIcoU.' Tlie followed just one day later than the the1 Assinlbda. ery of tin Aifiabasca Mrs. Mary nwsjr at Uramplon, The GILLETTE Gillette Safety Razor-never! shave quick and arid any No need to humor .it, hone it, fuss with it! No need to b'e'an expert to get a- perfect shave with a Gillette I Gillette Blades are so superbly keen, and- the adjustable holder so safe and handy, that without training or effort, care or trouble, you 11 get the quickest and most comfortable shaves you have ever enjoyed, as soon as you take' up the Gillette. Why not do it NOW? Standard Sell Edition to Silt up. -Alyout Ha d ate Dialer Dragg I or JculeUr f i Gillette Sitety Razor Co. ol Canada, Limited MONTREAL 18 ;