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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR VflE LfiTHBKIDGE DAILY MOND'AY, JUNE f, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by She Lethbrldji Herald Printing Ud., every lawful tvcnlng at "office, Sixth SI. Lithbrldgi, Albirti, Canada. W. A Managing Dlrtetoi JOHN BirtintM PHONC: PHONE: Editorial, Heportorlal Ntwi" 'Department 1224 Advertising, Circulation and Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, delivered I year, by mail................k..... M 08 6 months doliiered................. JJ 00 months, by mail.................... M.5Q S months, 00 2 months by 75 i month.' delivered 1 montli. by mail............... Addresces 'ciangea as often as desired, but" both ssw and eld addresses must he given. '21 HERALD FOR Red Cross Seattle t Grassy 4 Book Store; J. O. Co.; .'Oranbrook ertson Co.; Kemp Cfoaea Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Provincial Agency. pie's Drug Store; Kenny It Allin; Plnchir Dr. Leading Book an4 News Store, 109A 8th Ate. Cigar Dreg Worid News Co. Station Edward Diamond Oityr- Dr. The Wide Medicine Hat News- Co.; -News .-Shop, .Mi Granwell Paul World News Co. KnbV Jamieson Newt A. D. River Side World News Ca THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every WednuBday In eight or more pages, and contains a summary of the news of the week local and district I year In 'SLOO" '6 months In advance Me A MOTOR INCENTIVE. A couple of years ago Lethbridge motorists be- came enthusiastic and formed an automo- bile club. !lt got no further than the organization meet- ing. Then died. {it died from natural causes. It had no incen bve to live. Which is a bad thing organ- ization. Had the membrrs cast about and found aniincenlne, the organization might be alne io_- day, and be furnishing a great deal of pleasure for its members besides doing a work that would benefit the whole communitj. "Suppose the organization were brought back 10 life now, could an incentive be found to keep it alive? Here is a suggestion m the shape of an edi- torial irom, the Calgary News that might cause Lethbridge motorists to bestir them- selves once more: "It is finishedJ The pathftnding party of the Calgary Automobile club has completed the road log from Calgary to Lethbridge. details of which were published yesterday. 1 -The task was by no means Eto easy one, owing loathe conditions which were encountered en route The log indicates that there are many por- tions of this highwny which aie iriegular and de- fective, and in some instances dangerous culverts discovered, which .would render .mptprin.g after dark a A copy of details furnished to the :miblic department of the provincial government. and to each municipality should; lead to good re- sults in the direction of securing the hecessary. road repairs, for if the'- highways be. dangerous' and heavy for mechanical traction -they must in- evitably be far from safe and easy going for farmers' horse-drawn vehicles. And herein lies the value of these paUifinding of the automobile club not 'only brings comfort to motorists, but it reacts up'on all those Who use these roads, whether for business .pur-, suits or for pleasure drives. -The Calgary Autorfiobile club is to be con- gratulated upon its enterprise and energy in pro- moting the movement for securing good roads throughout the province." Making the log of aroad is a good work, and a pleasant task at the same time. As .the Calgary journal rightly .says, the undertaking will re-act on the roads of the district, making for better roads, which-is surely a useful purpose fpr_ an automobile club. could be done in the Lethbridge dis- trict? Well, in the first place there must be danger- pus places in the roads somewhere.1 These might be pointed out to the authorities. Then there are roads to log. How many motor- ists know the roads to Waterlon Lakes Park, and how many know the beauties lo he found there? How many motorists in other parts of the province know the magnificent trunk road be- tween Lethbridge and Medicine Hat? Would it be worth while to ferret out the picnic spots along the river within easy reach of the city, logging the roads and preparing dia- grams of them so that.all may enjoy them? We think we have furnished .the incentive, for. an automobile club if one were to be formed, anil Sincerely hope the motorists of the city will act 011 the suggestions contained herein. It opens 12 about the. completion of the Lethbriage-Weyburn line We have bad a large number of. communications sourc- es on the same subject and IB every case I have replied thati un- til we hove completed the large mileage now in process of con- struction, we are not inclined to undertake any neyrirork, a special-concession we have agreed- to grade, and probably lay, the rails on- twenty-five miles of the -gap In .this Lethbrldge-WeyburB line Dunng the current year the traf- .fic .conditions and railway revenue are not such encourage .the building of additional mileage, par- ticularly In view of tne fact that ne shall be adding to oar system m the course of ,lhe next few months five or sli hundred, miles of line that will not i.ield us a dollar of revenue ?or sonie time to come Yours very truly, T G SHAUGHNESSY._ Bt. Hon. R'. L. Bb'fdeh, P.O., House of Commons, Ottawa More petitions have been forwarded }y Mr. Buchanan to the government, and :Mr. C. R to do further construction, and t is possible the comBined efforts be successful. David Clausen Saved Friends CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE One or .more launches remained 'di- rectly spot shat efetf Bull lies three filles off shore waiting for the hodics of some of the victims, to ...come to the surface of the vater. Two of liner's' llfeh'oats were found floating down 'streattf to- day. Th'ey were empty. Life Beit Stolen Toronto, Ont., June er and Mrs. G. Cook, the onljr surviv- ng members of a party of twenty-five rom left onr the' Canadian Pacific Railway train' ;for' that -city ast night. Mr. Fouler told of an incident that happened during his terrible struggle 'or life. He had obtained one of-the ifebelts. He went down a long dls ance into the icy waters, and when le came up a man, half crazed with ear, seized Fowler's life helt and rip- ped it off him. Afterwards Fowler If a party of Canadians were to go-to India to settle, and were stopped at the port of entry by Indian authorities, just what would be the result? When the vice s-ersa is the e-ase, just what will be the result? Our scheme of Imperial federa- tion certainly a nut to crack. Opposition papers have been busy the past few days telling of the split in the Liberal party over the C. N. R. deal. The vole on Tuesday night didn't show it. One Liberal bolted, but two Con- servatives came across, and one isn't so bad. The whole question centered about the best way to aid the C. N. R., but at the same time safeguard the interests of Canada to the fullest degree., the Liberals believed they had the one best solution, and went down on it. But time will tell. It behooves Mackenzie -and Mnun to walk the straight end narrow path henceforward. OIL BOOM is the timfe- to buy. Get in on the ground floor.! W6- offer idatcd Oil Shui'CH at 85c today, adyanc-., ing shortly. Par value r. :_. Buy from a well known and responsible firm, Taylor Hunter Co. 701 CENTRE ST. CALGARY; Alio at Medicine Hat ind Ed- i iff if f i o By Natural Means NEARLY all form1: of disease are traceabla 1 to sanrfary ignorance and an imperfect action of the liver. between meals is a frequent cause'of indi- I gestion intestinal disorders, because introducing a Afresh mass of into the mass already partly tfeolvej arrests the healthy actioTi of the stomach and causes the food first received Jo Ije until incipient fermentation takes place. The liver, unlike stomach, is constantly secreting, and wtjen too rnuch carbonaceous food has been taken, the bile becomes too thick and consequently unable to perform its office. Every who appreciates the inestimable value of good health, should read the "Rules of Life" set forth in the. booklet enclosed m every package of ___ SALT" be kept in every household jn readiness for an emergencj. Where it has been taken in the earliest stages of disease, it has m many instanced prevented what would otherwus have been a serious Order a bottle TO-DAY from your dealer. Prepared only tj J. C( "Fruit Salt" Works, .London, England Agonta for Cwwdi: Harold F. Ritchie Co., Limited, ____________10 McCaul St., Toronto. UNDER THE PROTECTING frOLDS OF THE FLAG OF BRITAIN Refugees from file interior of Mexico-hijarding' cruiser Hermlone at Tampico.'. In'a quiet-way tha British .government has looked after the ;sa'fety 'of subjects and many American, French and German refugees n a way that has added greatly to her firmly national prestige. warn three hundred feet to a Eureka tebtiat. "They, would not let me in at first, e_. said, they-said, it was vei'Ioaded anil sinking. That, how- ver, was not the fact. Mrs. Cook 'is much shaken by the xperience. She was picked up hor.tly after the. ship sank. The mail remnant of the Vancouver party will arrive home on Thursday. is the.latest complete list of rescued passengers oi the Empress of Ireland furnished by the 0. p. R. from Montreal SALOON F, B. Abbott, Toronto John At- kinson, J. li. Ahcrcromhie, Vancou- ver Mr.' I1. J. and Mrs; Adic, Bir- mingham, Kng-; and Mrs. wbdd Casli, Nottingham, ling.; A. J. nini'ows, Nottingham, R. A. Cmiiiihgham, '.Winnipeg; Chas.. R. Bc'froit, A. Darling; Rng.; .1. Fergus Duncan, iigaijoii, Cox Edwards, Yoko- JV. Fcnton, Manchester, Eng.; Oallaghcr, Montreal; nnris Hirminglia'm E. P. Godson, Kingston, Ont.; L. A. Oossclin, Mont- W. S.: Henderson, Montreal; London; John- son, N. Lionel Kent, Montreal Misd Grace Kohl, Montreal Miss Ailsie Leo, Nassau C, 11. N. n.; C. Mal- loch, Lanln, C.; Mrs. Mullins, London Mrs. 0'IIara, Miss Ellen 0'IIara, Toronto Mrs. W. E. Paton, Sherbrnoke, Quo.; E. .Seyholdt, Ot- tWa Miss T. Townscml, New Zea- land Rev. .1. Wallatt, London G, h. Smart, Ottawa Miss II. Montreal; A. J. Wakcford, Liver- pool. SliCONl) AND .THIRD CLASS HI Abanck, '-H. Archer, A, M. Aikkala; Miss Ethel Dacliie, P. Bes- ;kcy.i Boris, W. It. lirooks J.blin Burns. V; Bract. J. Anderson, llajor OTS-airMiss Edith lierch, JI: Miss JJ: F. Blyth, liomar- ,yuk, Mrs. Brooks, 'J. Braga. .iris. Atvrell, Hartsch J. M. Black, Bliss. A. Bradlev. A. Brown, S. Byrne, Eric'Burainem, Bocha, E. "Chamber1, Hiss E> Court, W. H. Cre- Davics', P, Evan- son, A. B; Evans, A. Farrigaj', A. Ford, Jin anil Jlrs. Freeman, Oray- Qree'iunv'a'y, Florence L. Bar- liniir, 'Cliias. Clark, James Connor J. Scotni, H. Mose, Geo. Pott, JiiOj Salo, A. .B. Smart, N. Thalie, Mrs. Hilda Valky, Y. Kaminishi, A. dicnky, Miss -Martha L. Lias, F. -M. Nelson, O. Slender, Silver nebdr- ichenk, W. Schakalidai Miss Schon- gutt, .M. 'Murninacn, A. Jl W. Turpin, C. B. Wcinbach, Koklikacli, Alfred ]Mttn- AV.Oray, Dr.. Mi G. Maguiro, Patrick, T. Hc-nmn-' aehi, Slicdlak, Allan Taylor, Varhi- Ud; U; -J. Krulin, II. lor, Hanalaimo, A. IvirUiley., ,1. K. Lenaly, IX McAnnone, Joim Alurphy, E. Pug- jMcrrp M. SWarii- stone, Y. A. Walker, J. Jolm- Kon, KosclirlSH, Una, W. II. Mea- RJire, 'S, P. NTornickay, Manv yomas, H, P-. (X Hi. T. Vaifiiaki, Miss Ornco Ilan'n'a- Kal, M. .Miss A. 'Lee, Malnch, Museychuk, M. Moa- 'Parkinson, Mrs. Simmonds, DINGMAN WELL HAS i" 260 POUNDS PRESSURE Calgary, Allan May HO.-rPressurs W llio Dingnian well is 250 pounds to Hquare itjoli. The directors think -Um ivell Is ahout .to develop Into a -hole with a heavy oil flow. Tondght MUTUAL GIRL ll BOULTWSi Automobile Livery Our Rates are Our ''..Spr.vice the! Telephone 1 1 j ;