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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'Vidiiy, 1.012. THE DAILY HERALD Page 5 ,Cut out this. Coupon, take it to Rochori's, arid r or ice cream soda for 5 cents Watch for GIRLS' Coupon To-morrow Watch paper, girls coupor This Coupon is Worth ,5 cents Rochon's Ice Cream Parlor when presented as payment for ice cream To- morrow a GIRLS' Coupon will appear here Watch paper, girl. J.D.HAZENON THE NAVAL POLICY to a de- putation from the Maritime league that, tho question of protection of Irjide routes in time of war by the conveislon of merchant ships into cruisers had not been overlooked by the Canadian government and he was sure he revealed no confidence by say- ing the Important subject had been discussed with the admiralty. Speak- ing of his mission, he said: "I think there is a very strong feel- ing among the people and electorate of Canada In favor of Canada doing some- thing that may be regarded as fairly substantial coward the defence of the Kmpire. We realize that we owe a great deal to the protection of the British navy, to which we realize our existence as a Dominion, a very large measure, depends. At the present time it would be premature and impro- per for me to say what the result of our visit here has, been or. may lead to. declaration on .this .subject will be made until after our return to Canada to discuss these matters with our colleagues and lay before them the result of our interviews with the admiralty." 'Referring to a permanent jiolicy, Air.. ihizen said if the Domin- ion she must he ade- quately represented in the councils. The feeling in Canada is that there can he no partnership without a voice m the management of affairs. Sir William McKenzie, who left for Canada yesterday, declared strongly in favor of three Dreadnoughts from Canada for use in the North Sea. t H REASONS FOR :i' FALLING CONSOLS fr London, July Felix Scbtfa- financier, discussed today .be- fore a of bankers, the low price of consols ami said: during the past six months liijYe fyECn as high as IMIi, nor a "figure :compared "with-- -'tornwJr times, iincl at. the close of the-half yew. were jSinoo (tbcn ra, further .serious decline hn's, still J.o Jbe recorded, has to "be remembered that a Decline in the1 value of securities yield ipg a comparatively'-low return has not been confined to'aw own country .alone. Thus .-I find that the fall in .Taiiio of the iiritish gOvefniiiern 5c- at the end of June, 1912, compared with the end of June, 19J1, Amounted to .2 per, cent., those of 'Germany to nearly 3 1-2 per cent., of nearly-H per cent, Bel- to- 7 per cent.., Austria 3 per toeht., Russia 3. 'J-2 and iltaly, pftrtly the war, to-6 cent. "Somewhat similar causes must [then have been pertaining to a imorc less marked degree on the contln- of Europe and a comparison iinight with equal 'outside the limits of Europe also. Ac- In trade all over the world has "diverted money from investment, mar- ?kets to coimmerce which yields a iltigher return." 's t SAYS SATAN HAS MOSES METHODIST DIVINE 'RECITES 10 COMMANDMENTS WHICH, HE SAYS, ARE MODERN 'NEVER ON STRIKE IN B.C: .Vancouver, -July thousand :nen, mcnijljcis of the IndufiUial Work- ers -of-the gone on strike on the Grand Trunk Pacific between .St. JiHv Louis B. JHax.elton Burns a hundred tturgb, pastor of the Windsor Method- 'eighty "iiiilcs north ist. Episcopal church, declares the js u wcst of Bowing iarut: majesty have taken the placg of, those of Moses: "IS1'1- F.or there has been talk You can have many gods as Ol a strike in the north, but as was j done with the Canadian Northern strike ino'J demands have been made on construction contractors for' higher wages or changed conditions. The Industrial Workers' plan is ap- parently to lie up, things fall and delay things this (he tresh well scJ- octcil meats sold this store especially the children. You can .always trust the fresh natural taste of n child to know good meat. That's why they like OUR'S Meat Mirket J. MURPHY, PROP. Majestic Theatre, Phone 635 you want. -2." You can -makc'for yourself ;orie graven image in 'likeuess- of the 'al- mighty dollar. You can (bow down to the god of greed for he Is the lord my god, visiting the iniquity of the fortunate who happen to have plenty upon the unfortunate 'who happen to have less, showing mercy only to the blind parasites who love-him. U. You can take the .mime of the Lord in vain, provided you wish to hyperbolize in conversation with no nialice afoi'ethoiigh't.' 4. .RemenVber the up-to-date bath. in it you shall get up ut noon; go to the ball game and visit a variety show in .the evening, for in six days we are compelled to work for a living and we need a good-time on tho Sab- bath. u. Don't 'honor your father and lest the; old pair enjoy life too-long. 6.-''Don't commit-any premeditated murders on the -principle of temporary may. commit adultery, but to look .out. you "don't have to pay ali- .mon'y. May .Steal Anything that work -'cannot: he resumed before spring. Contractors have wired the Provincial government for parties of soldiers and special police io be seui north immediately.' Then if this is done it. will take ten days for. men reach outlying portions of the grade where work has been carried on. Ke- ports-say thai; station men iiave small contracts on the grade are the I only ones now woiking. ,'i'he Indus- trial Workers claim thalrby the end of the week the, enure grade to Yellow Head Pass will bo tied up and. that another, thousand urea will quit work1. steal the land, even against your neighbor-behind his back if there is money' in'it. 10. You can covet your neighbor's house .and wife- (whether you arc mar- ried or and..everything that -be- longs to him. Also, eat one another according to.the law. C. C. -'JAMES-.TQ" COME TO WEST Ottawa, July G. James, spec- ial agriculture com.missiontr to report on condition of co-operalion between tho Provinces and Dominion for en- conmgmcnt of agriculture will leave August first for a western trip. Mr. James .hns made! one western (rip, visiting "British Columbia. This time he will visit -Alberta and Sas- katchewan, and-probably hold a fur- ther conference Hon. George Lawrence, minister for Manitoba. Mr. Junes hap already taken up the (ineition with most of; the eastern provincial governments and has found a strong sympathetic spirit, for a more comprehensive plan for developing skyscraper to house, the business of- of the denomination. a dog alleged to speak eight twords in German, has been" placed on 'exhibition' iii, New' York: IN ;CASH .FOR BEST UK HAD AT FA IK MADE FROM OUR 1'LOLIU See prize list or write us for full Information ENTRIES FREE The Ellison Milling Co NEW NAME FOR BARBER TONSORIAL ARTISTS-'HOLD MEET ING AT CHICAGO AND PROTEST AGAINST NEW NAME Chicago, July is'spade and barbers is bee ever since the development of th English language and will he as Ion as mortal man modifies his hirsut -propensities by means of the shear or razor." So said Charles A. set rotary-of the iM aster Barbers' associa tibn, atp an indignation meeting loop district barbers yesterday in th Boston oyster house: The :barbor 'were irate over the attempt of Win E, Burgher of Duluth, secretary the association of dealers in barbers supplies, lo revolutionize the notnen clature of the trade. They filed protest against the "effrontery" thg supply dealers in dictating wha barbers- should do or be named. "Barbers are about as intelligent a. ;et of Individuals as supply said William McClintock, propriefco of the shop in the Morrison hotel "and we object to their meddling and trying to 'ujil i ft' our profession b> securing legislation affecting- our business. "They have tried to bring about th, passage of a law whereby every bar her would have to sterilize- his ting ers, his instruments, and his chair and.secure a ney piece of soap ant an individual brush for each shave and thus drive every man in the coun try to use a safety razor, if such i law passed prices would have to be boosted to pay.for.the time wasted in such folderol, and every man would yell against the price and then shave himself." Prof. call him "professor" because his scholastic at tainments approach the snid the word was 'per- fectly legitimate word, derived from the Latin "beard." "They say that ''barbel shop' sounds he commented "Well, If It doep, I should. like .tc know ROOSEVELT SOLD BY AUCTION New York, July Roosevelt, the steamer on which llear Admiral Peary sailed into the Arctic seas on his successful trip to the North Pole, was sold at auction here yesterday. After bids started at and nped by thousands and then by hun-dreds, iho Roosevelt was bought for by H. K. J. MeDermott. The Arctic vessel WHS one of Ihe six wrecking Heel, owned by the late John Arbuckle. tho Brooklyn coffee man, who IB naid td have paid about ODD for the HooseiveH. Her original cost was more than owing !o the construction of the hull to ;ieet ice pressure. OLD TIMER BACK AT SCENES OF DR. JOHN McDOUGALL OF CAU-; GARY TELLS OF HIS EARLY DAYS IN EDMONTON Edmonton, July the final of the great Canadian North- west is there is si man in Edmonton today who will figure large- ly in its pages; for he, perhaps, as much as any other individual, has helped in the making. i.. ...This man is Dr. John McDougalT, oi C'algary, son of the late Dr. George McDougall, an early pioneer mission-, ary, after whom the AluDoiigali Melh-1 odist church of Edmonton received i its name. -t j Dr. iMcDougall caniti up from ,l.he. south last night, on a visit io his sis- "ter, .Mrs. Harrison Young of 27th street, and expects to return to his home some time today. This visitor has distinguished himself in so many ways that- it is difficult to begin an' enumeration ot his many achieve- ments, among the most notable of; which are his books which are like' sectional diaries of his own most in- teresting life. I Arrjved Here in 1860 I Jlis first book, "Forest, "-Lake aud covered the period from 18-12 to 1862; the second, "Saddle, Sled and to 1865; third, "Pathfinding on Plain ami J8H5 to fourth, "In Uie Days of the Red River 1868 to 1872: -Making .in the Early JSTS'to 1S75, Dr. .McDongn.ll came to Edmonton ('then only Fort Edmonton) in and Jiis hcuie has been in 'what is; now Alberta, for the past'52 years.) Talk uhout your old-timers! And you; hear people boasting of thirty years j n this country! Dr. .McDougall Knows Cree and Ojibway like a native, and spent many years acting us -interpreter to; Lhe missionaries in his younger days.] Ho is remarkably young and vigorous :iow, and as keen about this country, nd his work as ever he was, Whenj 10 talks of having come here 5- years j ago. one is ready, io believe that he i was brought'here "in arms." Adventure and Discovery "1 was "always possessed of a spirit! of adventure and said ths doctor, "and tho spirit is still in inc.; In checking tip my mileage. I find hat I travelled over miles lost; -fair average for me." When asked if he thought the pres- ent'rush of immigration were "The Emerson Hough call- laughed and said: "Why there is absolutely no ion. to tiio population-bearing ies'of this north country! But a man j uis io have- must seej isions. lie must, not IIR like thej 'iimhridge graudate of old who came ant to this country in and as hoi tood in a learned pose on the hanks' if the Saskatchewan river, outside th-a, ild Fort, said 'Doubtless this, country i vill remain as it is for the next cen- ry, the scene of the wandering say-j pasture of great jis "speech was recorded in the Tor-j nto Globe about thai, time mid von lay find it In the tiles today." THE WEST RECOMMENDS One Western woman after.aiiother has friends how delightful she lias found Blue Rjbboii Tea. Such recommendations-are theivery best advertising Blue Ribbon can got. It has proved its fine qualities in thousands of Western homee for many years. Ask your about Blue Ribbon's guarantee. MEDICINE TO BE NATIONALIZED UNIQUE SUGGESTION OF DR. REN TOUL. AT A CONFERENCE OF PHYSICIANS'. t London, July nationaliza- tion of medicine is suggested, as a possible outcome of the dockers re- volt against the Lloyd-George national insurance act. -Dr. Reiitout today outlined before the British medical association at Liverpool, a scheme for a public'-med- ical service, organized; controlled arid worked, by doctors He said he thought that the government should' the'em ploy men I .of all. doctors a branch of the civil service, adding thai the of. .medicine .was not so far 'off as some thought. The municipalities already approved1 medical officers in the tinny; and navy, under the poor law; ons and for'lunacy other insti- tutions. The trend of tho discussion follow- ed generally in favor'of Dr. Rentoul'a; suggestion. Liberal politicians scoff at thex Times report thut Mr. Lloyd-Georgei may resign-from the cabinet-IB, 'to carry "on 11 campaign of educattpir in favor of the, land tax reform'lmt, it is evident' that' the; views of the subject do not meet-'wiBVj the appioval ot all the of his .party. It is curious that amoiiff, ;to come out strongly against1 with which Mr. LJafd- George, is identified is Slr.jiQbailei; Henry, who Tvas at one. .George's 'prfvate friend of thei chancellor. Sir who marriedJ'Miss.Lewiikoa, York, is one of the ownwc of the Westmlniter Review, ail Liberal organ. Sir Charles gays he'has, the land proposals of the government j and feels sure that the group wfilch, advocated the of is doing so without the authorization, of any member of the cabinet. A stiange the first aym- toms of which are high'fever and has killed nine people.on a farm, near Alt. Vernon, III. While telling his friends In Toron- c> of a fortune- which had ist linen him, W. W. Bnxter, of leadville, PR., dropped dead in the Woman's Rights It if your right to demand in a Economy, Promptnew and SatUfaction. It your< privilege to expect the lame attention, progTCM and j efficiency in the things you in your daily work have been brought about in other and often lew important of endeavour. The Gurney-Oxford the foremott example of cook-j" ing efficiency. The Curney Economizer all by lifting or dropping one unall lever. It the fire alive for hours with practically no coal It 1 ton of coal in 6. The Gurney Economizer is found only on the'Gurney-Oxford range." The Gurney-Oxford Oven absolutely and heated the same on all sides and in allcomers because the heat is evenly distributed. This is a sure and unfailing guarantee that whatever comes 'out of the Gurney-Oxford Oven is crisp and light and is the final test and the point most often advanced by those who cook on a Gurney- Oxford, those who believe it is woman's right and privilege to have in her kitchen the labor, time and money saving} embodied in the Gurney- Oxfprd. C.W.GRAY Phone 761 Lethbridge, Alta. ;