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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HgRAL'D x MM 11, JIM 11 MONDAY, JULY27L1M4 ftcta Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally. ear Daily by mail pei by mail, per year. ...DO 1.00 P 'ICKED UP IN ASSING FO' THE BUSY MAN The Union Hotel nt Frank opened tor business last week. offlco Mltorlal Office I--'1 MIV A Buchanan John Torrance Director Bueluess Mauagsr KEEP IT OUT OF POLITICS It ivollld be belter foi llkels better for tiie l'1-ioi intercbU the llceiisiiis ot hotels and HQMor was liken en'ireh out oi tlm hands of the goveiameut and placed ia coJtrol of an entireH Inde- Bendent commission. For some rea- son or other the liquor interests as pawns on tlio poli- tical chess board and of course tlio interests feel compelled to support the party in rroffl a 1 favors As a result a political part) incomes linked up into, the UQuor In terests, llecause it lielieves the liquor men can oeiiver certain votes aud on :tt6 other hand the IlQUor men feel tiey have to deliver the goods m or- der" to hold the of the govern- AeoL The re.uli is disastrous .to lioUl Tho temperance people become thev qi. t tteir party as in Alanitooa and iote to -banish the bar. ftorjhn sot through by the sfcta of his tMth and one ol the reasons (or Ilia close shine nw trcatinont of tlie' temperance people We believe._..the average man engaged in the liquor business -nould prefer an enforcement of tie licensing system by an impar- tial commission rather than by a poli- tical parti- On the other iand apart from the machine The Ulairraore brewery is expected to resume operations shortly Joseph Fisher i Millarville old- rimer, 1? dead. KIDNEY TROUBLE AFFECTED HIS SPINE Sift'iftl For Fort; Yurs Hi Usri "Fnit-a-tois" BRONTE, OST., OCT.-jut, .1913. "For about forty years, I was troubled with Buck brought SyKidscy and Bladder Trouble.- I wu-'.gever confined to my bed with the.trouble, Imt it affected my ipihe to rest for a time I took adTeniwd remedies er did me any good Then I saw "Ftuit-a-lives11 advertise Helen Bosca, a 14-year-old girl, has "equMitlytad disappeared from llegisia. working but' Fruit a tives' Jas. Anderson, one of the host known wagon makers in Canada, died at Chatham, Out. W. D. Campbell, who conducted the American hotel at Port Elgin. Ont. for many years, is dead. W. E. PurceH received the Demo- cratlc nomination for U. 3. Senator chief engineer of the Canadian Nor- The C P. It. will take off the Crnn- brook-Fernio local on July 31. Solomou Hill, a Markdale, Out. merchant, fathei of the wife of "Dr. D. B. .Neelj-, M.P. is dead. Thos. Tnrnbull has been appointed in North Dakota. Rev. W. A.-McIntosh, of Saskatoon, has been called to Westminster Pres byt-erian church, Edmonton. thern .with 'headquarters at Mary Kennedy, aged aO. cook for Judge Benson, of Port Hope, was found drowned in the cistern. Hamilton police threaten to stop Socialist street meetings because ot tiie unrestrained language Thos. Atkin, of Milverton, died of pneumonia while visiting friends in :Aiberta.' with his -wife and family. L MTl IjLlo Ul Ull v-u iiocu TV I In the meantime ill tlu nations i niimuei of thu Sonih Renfrew, Ontario, nas. only j rurope 11C lr pintions fo VUule the leadei" of the volunl two hotel licenses and no shop licen j scn i !lti lmj wiuth is uediled uid the lecunental officers nere spa, Uvifli in st.nntl tlit- lank and file ot the M I asii with the determination to stand .leying, the laul- and file ot the unless she should forced in- fleers got aWay witii the rifles, to the is'getting her war-j Tho news quickly reached London, ships ready. The'leave which is gen- and a mob gathered to meet the sol- erally granted to the crews after thejdiers on their return. Volleys of annual mobilization of the fleet for stones vrere thrown at thy troops, and exercises has been' cancelled and the twenty of the soldiers were ordered to ,vessels arc to be kept, on a war foot-jfire. xhe Nationalist voiuuteers took ing. They, began coaling yesterday ;n0 part in tke street fighting. operations is BOW blanketed with with the expectation that they would! TUB JOB bo ordered to the r.oi lit x The Liberal candidate for the new Federal riding of Matane, Quebec, is Francois Pelietier. Poetically .tiie. whole, country .north of Carlstadt to the Steveville drilling leases. Rev il. McLeod, of North Yaucou- ne otner aaua A r, i, element, most mem- has accepted a call ,to St Pauls Presbyterian church, Ingersoll. The Western Canada Fireman's iers of political parties would gladly support am legislation which would prerent tte alliance of the CDnTenUou to held. in Regina, the liquor Interests. Tbe alii- v ance is not good fo- either the liq.uor men.or the political July 30 and 3i. Sergt Major SchwE thinks Sam Haghes is as great a man as Teddy If alwajs. being.aljle to keep below, parity, a 'ioss on Dan. McDonald, ot Ilosmcr, was sent up for trial by. Stipcndiar istrate Stalker on. Saturday, charge against McDonald is with intent to do grievous This little Blue-jay is removing a million corns a month. It is doing that for hundreds of thousands n ho used to doctor corns in old ways And every one of those legions ,of people would gladly tell you this: That Blue-jay stops pain in- stantly- That the corn comes'out in 4H hours without any pain or soreness. That Blue-jay is applied in a jiffy. And from- that instant one forgets the corn. That the corns never conic back, New ones may come, but the old don't reappear, Think of that, you who pate corns. me old-time methods; A famous cliemist, in tile one right way, has solved the whole coni prob- lem. And that is at every drug store waiting for your use. Don't you think it time you tried now that sixty million ended Corns owe to Blue-jay? Blue -jay For Corns 15 and 25 at Bluer Black, Chicito Tork Mnlct k.' Supplln ing sinnd when! they got into derp water and went down. A lady nathcr and a man, 0. T. Parker, went to assistance, both were drag- ged down. Young Sowdcn on tho opposite side ot the river In his canoe. He liurrieiT to 'the rescue and with the of Pairkc, who was himself almost' exhausted, all four were taken to safety. BLAZE AT BANCROFT Toronto, Ont., July build- ings at Banr.roft were destroyed by fire. Tho loss WHITE U., .July-; citizens of Hosmer, through the C Uzeirs'- Committee, have arranged to hold a iniiss meeting on Monday or Tuesda.y next, relative to the wel- fare of the community, resui tanfc up-! on the C. T. R. 'closing tie coal j ,t Ilosmcr, was mines there, anil thus rendering pro- StlPMidiaryMaE-lper.'? heretofore appraisal at halt a; The' million dollars, absolutely worthless.: issault! Members of the Dominion and 1'rovin- I hraillrUlal Parliaments have accepted invi-' IIUUIIJ j.j._.i _t_, r> n 1) with inleac to do grievous noniij as- The continued absence of Dr. Ron- -Miss Mabel Bellamy, teiepuone op- or ?7.0U oelow. parity, a loss uu insoh, who was treating Blanche York erator of Saskatoon, is suing J. O. the fortnight of something like 520.00. TamwnrtVi Unhortsmi n.s.B. eneineer. Renina. Several' active American securities now missing, from Tamworth, has Robertson, C.N.R. engineer, active occasioned considerable speculation. olson over Nicholson's skull was iractural and the stock of the rifle was broken in three pieces. Charlie Williams was sent up for two months on a charge of common assault to a four-ycar- old child. On Friday evening the Civics de- feated the Butchers in Hie football for damages Tor zens and reply to the resolutions al- ready passed. breach of fell from 55.00 to 515.00, wliilo Kio Tiutos lost ten points and Grand j ecu Oman owning a private ________ I Trunk from lo S pointa in the same j "fishing'preserve': in the neighbor-i SO-year-old period. hood of Fernie, surprised a trespass-] Soiiris, Man., July1 Sow- who -Washmeton, July 37--The gravity or on Saturday last, and asking himj twelve-Year-old boy xt-rin mi Vn him nprm T.O in I Scared in the midst of their opera-i St. Lambert, Que., was very much nons, a sang of safe blowers fled j excited over the flogging of George 'leaving their "Juice" still in the safe, Becker, motorman of the Southern n-----, ........_.._ and their tools scattered around the Counties Railway, by a vigilance com-; main indiflcrfnt in the crisis office of .1. H. Harman. implement I mittee of about -10 men of That tc-'vn. j bn1 am ilediclne Hat The handle of Five little St. Lambert girls, whose) the safe had been knocked off with j ages, ranged from five to eight Koblln can't help it. It's bred in sMse hammer and everything was j had benn insulted by Becker, and the; presidcat Wilson said today, 3 hrtnp Thft latest; machine coup! ttu, wns in nnnisliment for this. t-hn inevitahle i ing with giod grace this trespasser I was .agsisting -A yoims 'inujrhter This statement was made after "Ih'c" lo to that Russia was tavc'The" a'' p'JScal greatly and in astronomy, bring- liis oi'vision, stars find planets that had not previously for the complete mobil-1 irmy was con-, u' I-0 nc'- SUMMER From1 Montreal to Liverpool TEUTONIC. Sat, July 25.- MEGANTIC, Sat Aug. 1. CANADA -Sat. Aug.. 8. LAURENTIC, Sat. Aug. 15. And weekly thereafter. Lauveutic and Megautic, larg- est steamers irbm Montreal. Canada and Teutonic, popular one-class (U) Eieaoiers. Secure prepaid' tickets for your friends coming from Eur- cpe. We have exceptional fa- cilities, for taking rare of this class of Ask about our 4 weeks' trip to Europe, for ?190. Weekly Sailings from New York, Boston, Philadelphia, by the following lines: American Line, (one class cabin steamers White Star Line, Lcyland Atlantic Transport Line, Heil Star Line. For space, rates, sailings, etc.; apply to W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. Street, Winnipeg. Or to 'any railway or'steamshln agent. irationof Canadian Northern Steamships Limited the bone. The latest machine coup i for tlm 'explosion, but the; beating was in punishment for this, d'etat was to rush all the party work- hart disturbed and de- era in .over the new Hudson's Bay campen. toad, into the constituencies where! so.tlirt-.men like F. .1. Dixon. i, .-MOO, merchant of Fernie, lefli u inqmnes whether ,e i i l.'nneil States would try lo. Minn'' i Suddenly attacked by i.tomainn; ntout, in that he hod noima loi ...ipic., tt.iij. ,.._ ___________ ____ _____ I poisoning '.'.'lien alone in his home considered the subject hut the deferred elections are to be held, j Aa tho result of thi> Investigation i Ottawa. Alex Cartwright, secretary i the traditional policy ot the Vniicdi and then have the road order traffic bv Provisional President. Car-1 of the Railway Commission and a son! States was not to mix in hajal into" the finances of the country I of the late Sir Richard Cartwrlglit, Hc United Stales tion of General was in great agony for t CAIILE ON SI. IBS .The; destiny ot the interests con- trolled by, the' late Senator Geo. A. Cox lias passed into the direction of thri youngest and only surviving son, Herbert Coi. Uke his late brother be -WM' drilled in the. insurance business fcy Jtther and he will bring exper. ana inheritea taste 'o his duties U president o( the Canada Life. Prior io this appointment he was president of the Imperial Life, one of the Insur- companies established by -the Senator. The responsibility plac- id :'fld upon youngest member of the :oj Is heavy but. those who ijow tlm believe he win make good. proprlating more than pesos of government money. He is reported to he now at Puerto, Mexico. Charges of violations of the Mann white slave act placed against C. A. Henson of Toronto, on the ground that he 'brought to Ontario, California, Mrs. Harriet Wlllete, whose friends thought she had been lost In tho Em- IRKel! IO llltj llutJpILUl rtuu Mvlllfc favorably, though it will take some to thli assistance o oervlii. tirao to make a full recovery Copenhagen, .July 27. Raymond Poincairc, President of the 'Kronch. _ Poincairc, I'resiarni 01 uiu paiiy ai't placing their machinery an ,i Republic, today cancelled his intend- ,vjjf lic in a few davs. Til Homestead entries for the month IQ cipenliagcil oil at wcU 1s May, for .the four wentern provinces (hc ,.riticai .European situation.. JMefr. Three oil will be drillc numbered 2438 as compared with 3470 I l on thc IWhard ranch. St. Kilda, July weather has heen very hot and dry for the past week. Tnu .Boundary Oil Products com- pany placing their machinery and The .feet rilled for the same period last year, a de- crease of 1041. Manitoba entriee in- creased from 227 to !Wi, and Alberta SULMAN ELECTED IN WEST KENT Rose made proof on thpir homesteads he- Chatham, July j [orc Inspector Riplcy on entries from 1139 to :ilM. Kaskatcbe- Sir'Wlllb.n Meredith's ileclslon in re-1 to the East Lambton case to, G-corpe Ross l.ns just, returned from --iwon County Judge Bell -declares Nortll Dakota, where he made a htiBi- )d. Mrs. WilletH testified before from 1S72 In 1918 to The propor- w Sutmmi conservative. trip to his Mr. lloss plac- initpfi that htnniil in Itritlsh Columbia '.i. ri-mi. Wnc.t ,s ctMifMonce'iit the ftitnto iiros- nf Alherta.'v tlie United States cornmissioiter that i.tonul dcftrcaao in Itritlsh Columbia slio went lhe.ro to become a mivseaml that slie .borrowed money from Hon- aoa to pHy iier traneportutjon. was oven larger, tlie entries In 191H GRfed' to .'tho from 5VoEt ICpnt, over U. L. Brnckcn, Liberal. wus oven larger, uic entnun in KPnt, over U. L. Bracken, Uborai. ni Alherta.'" niimlierinK 581 a-s compared with 521 (Joiinterfoils rifjnrcrt in ttjo Wost Hhick Polled arc iiila t-onv noufi no In in lOast Laillbtoll. Ihf! raiitrca. William1 Kfirsri i Kent caso aa that in JOast Lambton. MONTREAL, QUEBEC AND BRISTOL NEXT SAILINGS TUESDAY, July 28th, R. M. S. ROYAL OEORCE TUEioAV AugVllth, R. M. S. HOYAL EDWARD TUESDAY Aug. 25th, R. M. S..ROYAL GEORGE TUESDAY, Sept. 8th, R. M. S. HOYAL EDWARD. Newest Wireless invention for safety, comfort and any U'ail or Slromship agent or writo A. H. Davis, Ageni, Jlaln Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, O AN.A B DIRECT TO MONTREAL, QUEBEC, HAMBURG, BREMEN, ROTTEflDAIVI Dlntt Survlto II w rin Imanl bcfirr rrrelld -nokiM tron, nil iinlnlj ill nuy fnmi the ns'iftMl juniwfty or L.IN WILI.EHAD WITTEKIPio And regularly thereafter jB.yjr class on this stsamer1 MACLECp Agent. Main Ht.'i '.Vlnptpfs, the raiiKts- William1 Krie-son of ;