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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETI1BRTDGE DAILY HERALD Sadinlit.v, July "Breakfast Ready? 1 Kiddies d6rA 'have tp be -coaxed' to ''eat' up all your "eereal, no'w when -they face a big plateful of these delicious, crisp, flaked hearts of sugar nor do grown-ups. Every morsel delights and' nourishes.. Give your folks plenty 3 TOASTED CORN Look (or signature "W. K. Kellogg on the package Five Roses and Harvest Queen Flour Yet Whitt Savage. Local JDealerg 'COUPONS WITH CIGAR SALES Says ...Tobacco Trust Drives "Small Dealers Out of Business by Giving Premiums Washington, July tive Sabath of Chicago Saturday toolc advantage of Uie Peters bill to permit cigarmnkers to cawy after work to attack toe -tobacco and cigar trusts. Mr, Sabath submitted an amenri- onent noitfhe bill making it a-criminal offence to offer eft'her by coupons or trading stamps, on any kind of tobacco or .'cigars. He declared the American craze to "get something1--! for nothing" -costs smokers thousands ol dollars..annual- by playing on that craze the trusts had driven out of business ilio small used to. sell wares for'what they "we re worth. _ personally know oi" men .--who have 'nearly smoked themselves to death just to get some trilling prem- he said. AS MUCH KNAVE AS FOOL St. Peter, Minn., July IB Bjoni Ostby, last, night escaped from the hospital tor tho criminal insane "here, his es- cape, revealing a plot 'whereby throe ot tiers were to escape. THECHRISTIAN MARTYRS IN KOREA STATISTICS mi THE SEXES English Men Not so Mor- al But More Sober Than Women London, July showing the relative morality, sobriety, health and sanity oi the sexes, -arc contained iu the lirst volume pub- lished of vhe detailed report of cen- sus taken in England and. Wales April 2, inn, Briefly, the figures show that whilu women are more moral than men they arc not as sane or .as sober. The .statistics relating to the sexes may be tubulated thus: Prisons, 131' women.to 1000 men reform- atory industrial schools, women to MlOp men-; wurk house establish- ments, fi5f> women to IDdO men hos- pitals the sexes nearly equal i luna- tic asylums 1140 women to 1UOO men. As to cerl-ified. .form i t.tries and retreats of 1.H57 inmates on census night only were men i Then; are more females .than males in England -and Wales Since 1821 the preponderance of wo men lias steadily increased, despite the fact .that more hoys are born Uuin .irirls.' Thin proportion of female to males f.s only exceeded in one coun- try, Norway- According to the revis cd figures the total population ol England and Wales at the last census was ItY'rio wonder Maple Buds taste good, and it's no wonder-mothers every- where tte encouraging (he little folks to their pennies: for them, 1 Maple Buds ate nothing more than the best off chocolate, pure mil it .and the doctor would recommend (o build up a sickly 'child. The most delicate child can digest them, r> The of Maple is entirely duetto the use'pf only the best chocolate. The fine veKrty texture comee from grinding and grinding through iimunierable steel follcri. Name ami Dciign They're Not MAPLE BUDS Unless They're COWAN'S The Cowan Co., Limited Toronto Ontario SAVANTS FIND sk youi- druggist for FKV'S MALTED Tlte Great Sti-eiigtk Uuilder for New York, -July oilier reasons for his continued protest! to the Japanese ambassador at nigiou against the .torturing of Chris- tians in Korea, .Seek Hun Kuniivpre-' sidi-nt of the New York Korean Pat- riotic Society, now ailJs the sudden taking of .two.''residents- of his native land under guard "to the governmenV prison in .Seoul, according Ut his helieC, they have.died under tor- ture. "lioth ,of. the men were .well audi .strong when they were 31r. Kimni. there is no rt-ason why .they should havn .died unless they were prison olu'cials. The two men were Kim Gan I-Iucng, a professor in one. of the Korean schools, and the other Ucen, a publisher. The first i was a Christian.too, but L-am not! sure about the other. It lias bmi; impossible to obtain any information as to. these nien and .the manner of their deaths. Oi courset many oth- ers have died too, while in prison, but tho rate of these two, men is ot widespread "interest oi .their social positions." Mr. Kimm says.tlm estimate of the Rev. Arthur J. Brown, secretary of the. Presbyter'ian board of foreign missions', that six 'thousand-'Koreans who had deserted .Shintbism for Christianity had hern arrested is cor- rect- "What we would- like to said KiiMn, "is what, has heco-ae theEC six- thousand prisoners. The government prison at Seoul, would not hold thrm all and while the .Jap- anese government'is busy all the time building now prisons, there are so many prisons. A Korean Ys ar- icsled and taken away to prison and that is the last we hear of him." THE AIR MEN ARE IMPERVIOUS TO GUNS London, July with a gun in .uii aeroplane, made by the trial .flyjug .corps proved entirely successful, and are regarded, as another in the ad vance of aeroplane and waterplane, of laud arid defence. The test with the quick 'firing gun was made in a stiff breeze at a height 400. feet: .rounds of ammunition -were.Eired. at .imaginary the iplaiindirectly beneath the aeroplane. ..The little effect upon the of the ma chine. The hiplftne used was built in Uie army ;inii' swas specially caiTy :the weight of the 'amnumitioTi, The gunner sat in a .box shaped seat in from, .of .the. pilot and had a clear :view of the gun, which worked on a pivot 'and could fire' m all directions. As this 'trial proved'so" successful scv eral more biplanes will bo equipped with'guns. Already provision has-been made to carry bombs in.-most'pf-the'army bi- plan-es as a result experiments LORD MpRLEY WAS HONORED London, July freedom of Blackburn was presented to Viscount Morley toilay in recognition of his ser- vices to literature and to the State. In returning (hanks, Lord Morley the audience lo banish from their imagination the idea that, be- cause a man knew ami wrote hooks, he could not render useful service in the deliberations nr parliaments, in cabintts, in sfreat departments of State. Thai, he declared, was a ridiculous idea, adding. "Of our last seven prime ministers; rive, I think 1 may say, six, raade their mark In the realm of books, and If they hud been driwn by the msctssity of life into journalism I, In my editorial days, would have guaranteed any one of them a very excellent salary. "Public life a noble sphere: wbetker it Is municipal or national, It if fit tar anybody who a ducsnt brain, a stout heart, a persistent tem- perament, and a good mixture of the -with aedole, the bild with JOHN SANK Sau'lt'Ste. Marier'tlnL, July The steamer John Haggart, owned by T. K. Simms, of Little'.! Qurrent, sank ;at her moorings al "tile new Ontario dock, in fifteen feeX.c-f at 3.30 This morning. 'THe 'Haggart was leaking: badly. At 3 o'clock this morning she start- ed to. s-attle, and went down listing to port; She had avcargo of .hay and lumber.: It is believed, one man may have been drowned, '.as he -was seen at the deck 'the boat sank in an condition, and has not seen since. LIFE SECRET ARTIFICIAL BIRTH SOI I I ION I VLSI S IHKl I GUM A PIGS 11. Fol- Philadelpbia, Pa., Jul; lowing up the- research experiments performed at the Rockefeller insti- tute- in Xew York, pathulogists of the University oi Pennsylvania have completed a scries of tests which are. amazing The scientists have found it is pos- sible tn produce animal life artificial- ly. The work is still in the expert mental stage, but female guinea pigs have been impregnated by an artiri- cial simulating, .the normal animal and from this there been produced the true, animal GERMAN MONEY MARKET STEADY WAR TALK IS NOT .HAVING SERI OUS EFFECT ON .THE BOURSE Berlin, 2 Ger- many has not .become very excited over the rent-wed outburst of- Aiiglb- German war talk. True, .the German government se- curities scored a (iiew low record this week iu sympathy with the bad break in British consols decline in French rentes, but in Uie last two there has beui a strong inJ it assuring recovery Nervousness on this occ ision is ip patently much more acute in London than'in Berlin. Of course, German ueil is tht diplomiU uc Si'own to nouml Uolkming with the. keenest interest embryo which has nd been horn as the result :his treatment. It .was solution oi water, 80 per cent, satis per cent, and an lords of-the idmirnltv. But Gfcrraana icid smnlii to the milii thitisfdn not ser the military 'activities 'of both cmm- ti les p irtirularh t lip L pto gram outlined by England's young p. Supreme above all others m qual ity raised ,by merit alone to' that proud eriun- ence Albcrjfca's Best Bakmg Powder is uniform, purey1 is In variably dependable. -Your gro- cer knows found in'certain forms of vegetable would eaust human lisbucs to ;row When that fact was established, Jieir the- men of science were ready to proceed mith then comparative animal tests f icmale gumei uere (sol updji bo preclude the pos sibihtv oi their imnrrgnition nt tiiral methods. This solution was njected and three of the animals .gave lirth ,to suinoa hul..they .were :onsidcrably. smaller than .those horn n the natural wav. Two of these ar- ,ificialfy produced pigs still -living. An topsies on the bodies of UIOSR ,hat did not 'survive -showed a fnil- ire of the spinal cord canal to close iruperly in one and.in this certain of he diseases of infanc .life were pro- nced by -artificial means.: It jossible by this method to show that hese conditions in human- life- arc I lue to a faulty union of sonic' of -the t tissues while-ovnlaUoii is in progress, j Rhile the omen's will" 101 malfp statement for lubltcation regarding this evpenmuit is soon as-'Dr. returns' rfom iiropt conteir 1'rof Jleich rl Ins ohipf and ith IJiofs Rich i-d Mills ;Hearcc and Allfiti Smith. report on the.M'ork that has-' been iccomphslied af the lahoratorj L nreserjte.d to rlie profession o thr through the Journal if "American Medical association. tip rupture Vs i mntter oi Uot Berlin rules fairrv EOL the money market, it has undergone a complete clmnse. Funds arc remark- abh eisier oficim_1s of cish being" -superabundant. DULUTH DOCKERS STRIKE puluth, Minn., July strike of handlers' continues .to tie up _ freight boats in Duliith harbor. .Only a. third of tho.three hiindr.cd uho went on stuke jesterdij were at .work today. The Northern Pacific offered cents for labor on the docks, but i there were few takers. The steamers, Rochester, Northern. ind Arooie irrherl yesft rdoj and there are BOW ten boats waiting to be unloaded. The strikers ask for 35 cents an hoiu VETS WERE GIVEN RATHER RAW DEAL SI (diharnes Out July Queenstowu Hetghtsc. today, in. dressing the Union picnic, of the vet- erans ot" Toronto. St. Catharine's, and the Niagara districts, Rev, Canon Kerf, chaplain.'of'the Niireteenih reg-. n cd c guternmenf te- cognition to the veternns. Ho said T am positively ashamed to men- tion it. A paltry sum of one hundred tlollurs, doled out with' a niggardly! hand, is the valuti our rulers have set of hearts ind homes of JSCf public men, in. terror of liitant suffragettes, are being giiardr ed police mil i B1SHQF. FALLON REFUSED HONOR the-.froflh well scl- ineats .sold this store .especially the children. You can always trust the fresh 'fasten of a child to know good meat. That's why ill like UtkkrMge Meit Mirket J. MURPHY, PROP. Mij.itic Theetre, Phone Toronto, July Fallen iad the hpnbr'dr refusing the Arch- "ilshopric- of Toronto. The las proffered him, but the Bishop of xindon has such important plans mapped out for the Diocese of don that Rome-decided to allow him to remain there. His work in the establishing of a new seminary hi London was the mainspring in keep- ing him in (he London diocese. Tor- onto was very anxious to get him. i In regard to the report that Bishop I Fallen will asked to, acc.opt thfi presidency of .the. new Western versity at London, .those in .touch with Catholic procedure think th.nt such an event IK very improbable. The of lice of bishop higher than that of the university presidency.. SUPPORT in Ottticm determined i'u> support iMVfll excise hill, vlr- I tUuliy an IU: on nil persons court payfnrj-iiKps doing- busi- of wore thptr. iSS.OW year, and If reluct the 'Uorulti 1C lax bill j offered aa w.ia opjtosition to" tkli have established a new and higher standard of purify and deliciousness m candy-making They are prepared from the best cocoa beans ;the ;m a'rket affords, personally'selected by us, and ground m our own factory by skilled confec- tioners. 'The chocolate coating is of the finest quality and the centres: are 'dainty and varied, forming a combination which re- sults in the most de- li c.ip us chocolates you ever tasted. Try them. MOIR'S LIMITED, HJUJFJU, CAKADA Best Dealers ;