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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD w A. PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial and Newi Department 1224 _ I y oar, delivered 6 months, delivered S months, delivered I month; delivered THE Lethbrldge-Red Cross Drus Boon Store; J. Hoc- ertson Co.; Jncison Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny 8: illta; Lethhridsn Hots. Cigar Stand. Diamond D'Are. Medicine Hal AsslnibolJ. Hotel. D. FargiisoB. m v.nigei PHONE- Advertising, Circulation and Jet Departments ____ 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES MOO 1 year, by mall M 6 months, by mall................. n J1 00 8 months by mail !s .45 i month, by mall.............. but both ntw and eld addres es inn t oe gHen DAILY HERALD FOR SALE Seattle liur- pby Co.; Cranbroolt BOOK Company. Company. Plncher Mitchell Drug Co.. Bros. Wide World -.News Co.; News Shop, 445 Qranwell Street. News Co. 705 Blvei- Side Avenue. Sratsy Hotel. Cohen News Agency. Book and News Store, 109A StlTATe. West; World News Co. Plneher. Station 8t News Co. Knol- den. News Co, Published every Wednf I year In advance jl ,00 6 months in WILL ASK DANES MACKENZIE and Mann are'-evidently two of those lucky individuals are proverb- ially said to be born with a sihu-spoon m their rfiouths. The happy angiiries which were pres- ent at their nativity have attended-ihein all along, nnd have been instrumental in bringing into be- in? for their particular benefit ti subservient gov- ernment which, since 1911, used the silver spoon ,n ladling dollars to the C. N. R. nmgnates to the tune of. as it has been calculated, Weio'recount these doles would at the present time when the C. N. R. millionaires are enriched with more, be most interesting. During its first year hi office the Bordcn govern- ment wiliiout. ships.v .Ujs ,nollinij> less than a-policy to in dilferonl portions of Canada, and train men in scainau- without doubt, serve this purpose. Methods of Relieving conscience, are .ofte open to question; even if .this, view of the govern ment proposal is nieant to be taken serioiislj But giving it '.the only consideration it deserve it is a crude attempt, nt hoodwinking the peop' to a belief that the government is sensed will an honest desire of fulfilling a.national obliga tion. It looks, apart from its absurdity, move, something after the fashion of the Higl ways Bill, for placing the. government in a.pof tion to dispense its favors where- they are like to conduce to its benefit. It is difficult to co ceive, other than this, that practical men a going hack to their childhood days, and are abo to be engaged in playing at toy sailors. For th is what the scheme amounts to.- OUR POINT OF VIEW HEATH OF SCANDAL SCOTIA ASSEMBLY LAND DEAL Halifax, NS, Juno the ouse of Asiemblvi l annei notice of the follow ing solution H "In'view of ihe gracious felcnse in usual, 191 i, the eminent, of mortgage ihold by the rtain railway lands m i elation to a jinpromlse or nottf for t7i goo with terest at 6 uer cent dated Onh 15, 12, made bv 4 D Mills Soli Ltd delivered to -vjteine! eneral Daniels'for'the purpose of aiu to him out of the prospective sale f these lands which were released'by he government after this note was: d? vered to the Attorney-General, it-Is he opinion oUhe Mouse that Attornej- eneral Daniels should forthwith re, gn und the leader of the government lould insist'upon such guation i" ENERAL BOOTHS REPLY TO TORONTO MESSAGE Toronto Ont, June The atln of Toronto, 01 jou as uro me is both cheer and strength mourn sou the loss of those plendid men and -women message of General Sucn IB Bramwoll !ooth, addressed to the acting mliyG.r repl> to a message of it by -him. The question is, remembering Dec; "6, who's going to run against the commissioners. A ball game actually happened without rain. Which makes those who arc -litcrested .in the moisture problem rather anxious. Evidently Bill and Dan landed' the sucker again this spring. The crop'this year was three timos whaf'it was 'in 1913. NVatch it-grow. Ontario is in the 'throes "of'a provincial elec- tion: The important more'.than, three weeks off, .and'in the meantime both sides will ofitimes.be declared winners. -_.; Well if they go ahead with 'will see the recall machinery-oiled'up and in. action.for the first lime. It will be interesting'to watch it work anyway. ..The 1914 tax rate.is nota-killingjnatter, says the-Calgary News. Telegram of .the Calgary tax rale. Mayor Hardie says people have been, killed for less 'tlian the Lclhbridge rate. v.. nbly -liis hat Is' once more ih thb Bul'Tcddj lias brpughi.a river with him if it' gets loo hoi. Teddy is back in Ihe- States vagalh.. ,'Prosum- The Calgary Albcrlan rcfciriiig to i'ne re oi'ganixalion of one of Ihe oil companies, state( thai certain directors would cut a "melon." Ii the heading of Ihe article, it was made to rca( "cul a lemon." Now, just which did Urn Albertai really moan? Guess it's a case of blaming it 01 Ihe printer. PRIVATE OFFICE I Cnminlngdovn tood, rushing back to work, leads straight to pepsia, with all it meani l> misery Proper habits of emtint, with a. Co, Djrs- pepsit Tablet alter etch meal, restore good Jtoo, health and A box o( Na Dru-Co Dys- pepsia -costs but 50c at your Drujsisll. National Drug and Chem- lOilCo. IM White Star Dominion Line SUMMER SCHEDULE From Montreal From" Liverpool" MEGANTIC Sat June CAP4AOA Sat. June .Sat. May 30' LAURENTIC Sat June 20..-.... .Sat. June 6 TEUTONIC' Sat Time "7 Sat June 13 And weekly thereafter. Book early and secure choice oE accommodations Secure prepaid tickets' 'for your friends coming, from Eur- cpe. We fa cllities for taking care, of this class of business. Ask about our 4 weeks' trip to Europe for Weekly Sailinos from York, Boston, Philadelphia, by the following lines: American Line, (one class cabin steamers Line, Leyland Line, Atlantic Transport Line, Red S'tar Berthing lists now open for all summer sailings. space, rates, apply to W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main S'trce't. Or to any railway or, steamship agent. Council in Favor of City Boring and People Will Take Plebiscite Miclead, Uberta, June I am not optimistic, but I am sure .that li we drill we vfill find oil with- in tne neit months w as the re- ply made by Mayor. Stedman last night'to one of his councillors when the Htler opposed his scheme of drill iinf fo'r oil and charged His Worship with being altogether too optimistic Ihe1 majority of the councillors an th the major m his project and -although some counsel delaj it i Altogether llkelv tint a plebiscite o toe people will be tikcn to decide the lhatter. In explaining his scheme of borrow .ag enough moncv irom the lot account to enable the municipality {o drill foi oil Mv or Stedman stat cd that the expert who had lookei er. the ground lor the Mud Lak Oil Company had given a report tha vas lughlj favorable in all respect ind it >vas his opinion that the peo were all m favot of the plan Souncillor Suinnarton fell in line a Wo, but remarked that it would h good idea to .get the report o! th first Councillor Hllliar thought, however, that the drillin lor oil at present was a million t shot till the re ult that he an -the major had quite an argument to the probability of finding oil jonimereial quantities in Alberta. _Councillor_Dlckson held thejjpimo that tjjie oif proposition at best vra a pure gamble Ind although he. let ;e kfovn that he had faith in tjl 5eld he counselled delay until tl "Mud Lake company should find on just what there -was under this par of Alberta The1 mayor held to tl belief that this was the towns gold fin opportunity, whereupon Mr. Swin-' 'narton added "that he had no doubt'o'f "the-, opinion of the people on the mat- ter hut at the same tune .he -would like to see a plebiscite taken Claiming that the council could npt degal'y drill for oil in accordance ivithJhe statute, Councillor attacked the project irom all siies 'jv'llh a fusilade of legal knowledge, 'adding that such a scheme would ney- '6h no. I didn't ipr 'the benefit of4he shot back the ma) or, I did no count on voU After some fiirlher. discussion' cin which it w'as seeii lhat the majority df ihSVcouncillors favored .the project and tliat the others advocated the 'postponement of the[ matter until the -tbe-'scheme' was temporarily abandoned. Just before the close of the.meet- ing Mr. Swinnalton-essayed to.take up the axe of economy_.with a ..view to smiting-off the: offiQial head of Roadmnster -Follis. and Councillor HJlliard .with the. same thought, ir ,mjhd ivanted all the'pre election pleilgcs of economy were to he cast aside, but a motion of ad- journment slid in_by one of the other members nipped the would-be execu- tion in the bud and the city fathers dispersed to meet again on Monday evening adjournment of bul a week. CALIFORNIA VOLCANO ERUPTS Millions of Feet of Timber Endan gered by Activity of Mount Lashen Redding, Cal., June far nt damage has been reported as the re suit of the eruption of Mount Lashen 'in Shasta county; Further activity'o the old volcano, forest rangers sail today, would endanger mSUlons (o feet of timber In the forests 'to til east-'and north'west of the peak.- Ot 'the north side there is no danger o a conflagration, as the slope Is cov ered for two miles from the aummi with lava1, and there is little vegeta tion. Twelve automobile parties star ed from Redding to try to reach th crater. JETHBRIDGE POST OFFICE TIME TABLl (Effective After June 1st, 1914) ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS DUB TO ARRIVE. AT POST OFFICE FItO.M n.m., dally. p.m., dally, except Sunday. p.m., daily. 2.00 p.m., dally, except Si.imliiy." p.m., daily, except Sunday (Aldersyde Branch.) dally, except .Sunday, DraJich.) a.m., dally, eicept Sunday, (Cardston Branch.) Roval Stafford, Ha.rdlevllle-IC.30 a.m. daily except aiinday (Stage 1 nt "luiidlal, Turin, Iron Springs, p.m., Tuesday, Thursday, Frlda and Saturday (Stage liino.) MAILS CLOSE AT POST OFFI.CR FOR; noon, dally, except Sunday. 9.30 p.m., dally, except Sunday; regular mall at I p.m., daily, oxOoiii-Suiiuay (Vlfi. Wost-10.00Vm., daily (Registered -raalrnt (i.OO p.m. except Sunday North-325 p m daily (Reslatored mall at 3.30 p.m. except Sunday. Soutli-7 15 i m dally (lleglstered mall a.m. except Sunday.) daily (Registered mall at 4.30 p.m. except Sunday.) Uoyal vlew.'stau-onl, lianlieville-10.30 a.m., dally, (R'ogislerod mall at 10. a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursda Friday (Registered mall -evening f, p.m.) JBO P 0 May 31et. 1914." N. HIOINBOTIMM, I'ostmustc o p.m. PAINT INStlRANCE> IS NEE0 E VE-RY wise business than' br property owner insures against possible damage by fife. And yetwe find many a min who fills to insure'his bmldmf against the certi deterioration of unprotected wood 'dr iron, cxposed-totKeconstant wear and tcvof the weather Keeping your buildings regalarly painted 19 insurance againit detcnoration Good paint protects and beautifies the surface to which it 15 keeps wood, from cracLmg and it Jtccps iron and surfaces frdta rusting In addition to protective vilue it adds so much to tno appearance of your property that it greatly increases its market value When painting always <.se We sell and recommend1 Canada Paint because it is made o! pure material- which are so thoroughly railed and ground that it covers the greatest amount of surface possible, looks well and lasts for th- longest'possible time. Come and talk to us about youi paint problems C. W. GRAY HARDWAREyAND ETC. Phone 761 310 Fifth St South, Lethbndge CANADA PAINT THE CANADIAN BANK COMMERCE SIR .EDSIUND WALKER CVO.LLD D C Monger AIRD, Genct.1 V. G. BROWN, Superintendentiof Central Western Branches CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES FOR THE SUMS OF or r payable at their face v-ilue in thi, principal countries oftheworld are sold or a small by all branches of the Bank Easily negotiated in) where and self identify ing, they are almost ndispensabie to the traveller The hplder is protected m tjje event ot oss of the cheques, as i separ-ite letter of identification is issued with .hem There is no safer or more convenient of carrying money when travelling Lethbridge Branch R. T. Eiymaer, Hgt- Mine Rescue Work Training iu mine rescue w orl is now ng conducted at the Chinook