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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE I HKKlbGfc ribKALD PAGE SEVEN TP NOR WUHIBS Mexican OieUMI- Arranged to UH Blrf-riirt of To Carry Whole But FiH Torreon and U. 3. Ihtirvtntlon Dealer Big Silt That Viclor'ano Huerta had feSaiu, designs, os the tloii of all nortliern Mexico by means of 300 American auto- an Interesting Piece of brought out of Mexico City by D B Blchaidson, Stude baker dealei In the "Sister Re tut Just arrived in Detroit, after successfully eacap ing from its metropolis with Ms 4s 'a, souvenir of his last bust new month in Mexico, Mr Kich ardson retains a copy of a high ly nattering report made to War Minister on the Stude- bakeMignt-weight a re port which, but for the fall of Torreon, would undoubtedly Imvo resulted in a record break ing order for immediate deliv- "Foi several Mr Rich- ardson relates, "the government had been conducting competitive tests of care tfor use in North- ern Mexico, with a view to or ganlzing a Hying squadron of men which would clear tic entire country of the conetltu tionaUst bauds. The tests were tho most rigorous I niive heard of, "They paid no attention to smooth, roads, but picked out some- of- the 'roughest countrj about Mexico Citj and demand- ted that, .with ten 'men in each car, competing automobiles sliould-deihonstmte that ttoey could dash about in the wilder- nest of northern Mexico "Major the regular army the man whom the government frit in charge of the test Ha ran us up and. down mountains and "through gorges. The regulation load of soldiers wasn't big enough, so be got peons to hang on the running boards When he got through and picked our car as the one that showed Wm the requisite power and strength he measured carefully .our fuel consumption and frankl> voiced his admiration. This was really the clinching argument for us, as" fuel econoaiy fir such, work was pUlaly a tremendously im- portant merit "TJie..M ex'lcan- government agreed to accept delivery of the cars at Xaredo, on the border, but held off Un- Bail order, pending the result of the alege At Toireon. When Torreon fell and the blockaded the seaports, they had no. longer any means of getting the cars Into the country and would have been without. a base of supplies from .which to, operate their fly "Ing squadron; "But I'm preserving the re- sume of the test and: a copy of the report Major Olvara made to the 'Huerta government. As au uuiolicited testimonial it can't be beaten, especially when the .rigorous nature, of the test- is taken into account, with the fact that, when It started, the Huerta government Md no idea of con- sidering anything but Heavy cars. of 80 horsepower or more" To enow that Mexico and the different States are not the only ones appreciate the' Stude- baker cafff, The Lethbridge-Auto Co. report .the following sales within the last few days: W. K.- Hamilton, mgr. Bank of Commerce; H, -Taylor, merchant aid .Flnlay .ft Folllo, druggists, all of Carmangay, a, Studehaker "Pour" touring, car. B. J. Wood, of Cardston, Pre- sident of 'Mormon Church, Studebaker't "JVrar" touring .ear. R. A. Wright, Jeweler, TjtOi- bridge, a Stitdehaker sev-- en passenger, and .V. A. Lloyd of Scott Fruit Co., a Studebaher '25" Roadster. MILITIA SAM HUGHES WITH FERGUSON REPORT Ottawa, Ont, June Com- mons 414 another heavy day's work on Saturday Many millions of dul dais to be spent during (he current Iigcal year, having been voted, the mil- itia estimates which were the subject uf many hours' dlscalBlnn on two pre- vious occasions, were practically all put through There no fire works, '.the most Interesting develop- ments being the. the pur- chase of the new training area In Nen BrunawickV -by George Fowler, her for Kings, Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 THE INCREASE 1 We all and seek, tis strange, Ever and only in that, narrow Hem, OUB owr. sjlcwsses. Wlien.- climbs E'en though wu fall no lower for his rise, We suffer at his Mind of Christ, Who tasted death with gladness for their the -Hon. Justice Deck, who is good recovery from his recent serious ton Journal. Thi The estimates of the department of Railways were also all dispos- ed of. The chief .debate occurred on Commitslonei Ifergusou's report the Trent Valley canal, improprieties, which were attacked by. Mr. Cuthrlo. The latter described the report as par- tisan and unfair Col Hughes did not j agree with the findings of the report insofar as Superintended McLellai concerned He said oCber par- ticulars the finding we're jncorreat o. Hon Mr Held, acting Minister of Railways, even if some mis take hkd keen made, by the commis- ilon, the report would do good and out O, might this-mind be in us? Might we tear weed of Irom our .hali- chokcd hearts, And smile when others smile were we not would remit in the introduction of a better form of bookkeeping On a Mounted Police item, Mr. Oli- ver saM that he bad noted' that an ex- pedition was going north'fo seek the murderers the eiplorers, Rad'ord and Street In bit opinion, the espe- ditlon was not so much to seek the murderers ol these men as to make the tribes of north ''understand that the lives of white" men must bo respected A punitive expedition wonld probaMr Tiave and might even reeult in worse conditions. Some of thew1 fidrtn'ern 'tribei kiie'w nothing of our laws and customs Militants Are Not in Favor in England Now June anger in connection with tho militant suffra- gette outrages Is expressed dally with more vehemence throughout Great Brlteiu. .'Reports from the provinces show that suffragette, meetings organ- ized yesterday were generally broken op- and the 'women threatened with violence. At Ilford, east of London, the speak' era were pelted with tomatoes and other missiles, and an unsuccessful at- tempt was made by: the crowd under tho leadership, of a woman to upset the'wngon from which the suffragettes were speaking. The' orators" escaped into the residence of a local leader of the militant society, and tho crowd af- terward peltod th.e, house with stones and broke every window in the place. naif Nu if om asan's our hearts- Then were we happy world's gain -Temple House. rare successes warm the whole Mrs. H. N. Becker, 534 Fourteenth St S will recede on af Mr and Urs Letteney returned Calgary' last night afler a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Reuter. Mrs. Harold Long left this morn mg for Kremlin, Montana where she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred B Uhearn for a couple of The Malhesis ulub member haic Clubs and Societies There will be no meeting of--, the Westminster' Guild ui Knox church this evening.. Knox Board of Managers will h their regular monthly meeting tomor- row evening. Westminster Epworlh League will meet at 7 o'clock .tonight, to take a trip around the city to study eco- nomic ccaditiohs. A congregational meeting will be held in St. Cyprian's church at eight o'clock tonight, when a lull attend- ance is urged, The annual business meeting o! Westminster Epwqrth League wilt be held at the parsonage tomorrow ev- ening, when any adults interested are cordially invited, Westminster Ladies' Aid will meet at the parsona'ge on Wednesday af- ternoon, when ar full attendance, is request d St Cypnan s Auxiliar will meet as usual on Thursday al tnrnoon at 3 o clock The W omens Misslouan society church will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening in the school-room received from .the Board of Educa tion and Board of Trade a cordial m GBnan IS. DENNIS OF C.P.R. Montreal, Que., Juno, an in- terview given out hefeVMr. 3. S. Doh- nls, assistant to the president, head of the department of" Natural Re- sources of the'Canadian'Pacific, and reputed to foe ono of. the best authori- ties' 'on western affairs, said "Business conditions on the rail- way, .as -well In the cities and towns are quiet at the treont, but are beginning '.to :ihffw 'marked evi- dences of stimulation, owing to tho splendid spring weather, and .a conse- quent early movement of' people, to the western part of Canada. Tha abnor- mal growth centres Is cred- ited with causing the depression of the past year, .-The.city.development is now. wafting for .the necessary in- dustrial agricultural growth to catch up. When the two are more nearly on a level .will the prosperity of the past begin to be appreciable again: "It..is too early now ,to apeak of crop conditions, yet the; spring indica- tions are very- encouraging and pro- mise well for excellent crop returns. The Immigration-to Canada has drop- ped off to some extent, -but this is only due to the holding back on the part of artisans and laborers. The numbers who ire taking up land for the purpose of, 'sane' agricultural de- velopment, or mixed.-farming, as is so diligently preached .by. the .Canadian Pacific, are. becoming larger each year. The number of-settlers taking up land in the west is larger, this year than heretofore." vita' on vi the lecture to be given by Dr Miller at the manual training school this evening and also to the reception at eight o slock The Alexander Gait Chapter ot the Daughters of the h-mpire arc re minde' ot Dr Miller s lecture to night to which the> hale been in vlteil. Mrs A Campbell regent of the chapter D O E is mvit ing all this year's .and last year's members to a social afternoon in the armories on Wednesday. Mrs: Spence, of will .be the: guest of hon- Free Press. In the Calgarv Herald account of the p'Callaghan-Johnson wedding at the Pro-Cathedral ol: the Redeemer, on Friday afternoon among the pretty gowns described was the' following Miss Helen Mewburn, "Blue panne velvet, cloak, over costume, of accordion pleated crepe bonnet with black bandeau and rose mount. Miss Begin, of Winnipeg, who isNa guest with. Miss Downer, Westmins- ter House, was the raison d' etre of a bright little thimble tea, which claimed Miss Edna Tiipp as hostess en Saturday. Fifteen guests were bid- den and Miss Gertrude Jackson sisted the hostess in serving.- Mrs. J. B. Reuter entertained at a thimble and musical tea on Satur- Viji Hit Tin Three vagrants were allowed chance to drift out of tho city today by Magistrate1Elton. They drifted, ill woeki Bnissels, Juns began here of Nestor WHmart, former- ly a prominent banker and sportsman, who, with aix' is accused of swindling tha public out of about by the over-Issue of stock in the.Ghent-Terneusen-.railroad..Ear- lier reports gave the sum' at 000 to Wllmart, who waji manager of the company, the .only privately owned railway in Belgium, disappeared early In October, but wan, arrested in March, 1913, at Rh.elihs, France, after a world-wide search. The operations of the ajpcused men placed twenty-four. Belgian banks in difficulty, and. ruined -hundreds of small Investors, as well As causing a Savings bank. Tho chief prisoner, and) his accom- plices are said to. a private printing press, 'with which they produced'bogus boiids of the railway, 'with the' proceeds of his op eratlons, Wliniart keptAup .several country residences and a large racing stable. He VIM a director of several banks, and prominent .'lit The are expected to last attended the geneial meeting in Toronto .as delegate, will give a re port The-Men's society of St. Mary'i church, are. holding an ice-cream soc ial in the parish hall tomorrow even ing. commencing" :at 8 o'clock, A fin program has been arranged, am a good time will no doubt be enjoy ed The "i oung People s I nion .held it first service at tTie G-alt hospital yes ierdaj ait two q clock when th churc in charge The services wer bright and inspiring utd apparentl very much appreciated" by the Pa tienU T Knox church and 'Sunday school ar making a change in their, services to the summer monthsf starting .riex Sunday..- The church services will las just one hour and the Boys' depar ment of the Sunday? school will, mee at 10 a m ill departments including. the miimter's Bible class will meet at 12 o'clock. The Semper Fidelis .class of Wesi minster church Thursday ci cning wuth Mr. and :Mrs. Oscar Ma son'. After the reports of the varibu committees had been received, til rest of the time was spent in a so cial hour presided over by Mis Simm, convener social depar nicjit, after which, nient-s were served. dainty refres] The Board of Education and. Hi day, ior her house guest, Mrs. Let- Board of Traili; llave sn teney, of Calgary. A jardiniere of ttou to the Women's Civic club to a purple ir.s was.effective in the living teid tne (o oe giyen D room, while the dining table fn ,he M0nua) schoc centred with Richmond roses a.. thls ,evelllng. The, secretary wishe cut gbss vase rntmg on a reflector, the members (0 on a hpautilul centrepiece embroider- ed ill roses. The hostess wore a honey satin gown heavily embroidered in brown tones, while Mrs. Lettcncy of the Invitation. A meeting of the executive of th Lett-bridge People's Christia Union 'was held a few days ago, and was gowned-in peapl grey charmeuso line toillette. Mrs. G. H. Cobbledick has return- ed froni a visit with friends in Cal- Mrs. Hugh Donhan had as .her guests over lif-r moihor, Mrs. Ainslte, and brother, Mr. Ains- Ifc, of Chicago. They leave for Chl- casfl tliis evening. -tX Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Drader and Miss Fern Martin, of Chatham, Onto, arc guests with Hcv. Q. H. and-Mrs. Cobblwlick, Wesley parsonage, eh route home from ah extended visit in California. Mr. and Mrs. P. Ashcroft. entertain- ed at a farewell diinier party- on Sat- urday in honor of Mr. Jack Bmnnett, who left on the midnight train on a irip to England. After dinner other' guests dropped in, an enjoyable time wiis spent in mu- sic, later the whole party going to the .station to speed the 'departing guest on .bis way: Mr. S. De G. English conducted the examination of Mr. H. C. C, Salmon'ij pupils on Saturday, In connection wUli the examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Academy and the Royal College of Muilc, Ixindgn, Eng- land, o Mme. Milton Martin and Urn. Jack Landry havo returned from :Lethbridge where wero in on vices each Sunday afternoon la tl Galt'hoapitai. Tiie matter waa take up the Hospital board and Miaa -Forgie, all of "whom expresse tlicmeelvee as being much please with the idea, and accordingly the U ion -will arrange for services eacb diy.. afternoon at 2 p. in1. :At .the present time It is the inte tion to hold a short service of perha: twenty minutes on the lower floo and another one on the upper floor, order to give patients, .throughout Ui hospital, an opportunity .of :enjoyin the service. The various young pe pie's Bocietles will take the service a ternately. The union has under oonsideratio will probably adopt a .number other equally practical forms of se ONEF01JRNEWS Onofour, 30. A heavy ra soaked the oast part of the townsli Saturday. Mrs. Mary. A. WctherelVs. lie house on Section 31 is going u Alex, Lindsay and Obe Wood are t carpenters on the job; The lilacktail Ranch has put a nc windmill over the old well on win mill flat; to pump water: Iw tl cattle. Cross'Is digging a nc well on Section 35. He not sa failed with his first well, as the w tcr'had n peculiar flavor arid colo which, may be duo to the presence bl A TEA SOWN Consisting'of. of, crepe hiffon and fine .lace lined with orepe e chine, the high, .raurt trimmed with d girdle 'of French flowers. The skirt s finished, wltii two roirs of lace rawn together 'with satin ribbon; oatee' of fine lace in punched design n the new deep coffee shade. .ALBION 'RIDGE NEWS Albion June lidge.vrekT estate.has been moving api'dly the last few days, and a few an moan, "Where, oh where, has my ittle crop 'Ami torm last was terrific, eeniing to culminate the forces of lie-previous d'ayf Crops' are looking well, even though n infers has been no. rain ince sowing 'The_ crops are holding their ffwn, and potatoes are ind Big Variety and Value in Oiir; Range of Charming New Waists Don't ever look for better values in. Waists that have so much style and good taste wrapped up in them as these have, for, -we doubt very much.if they are to be found. AH the newest ideas of America's leading waiit makers are represented here. Let us mention for int stance. A stylish -Crepe Waist in all wlu'te or neat stripe, Fashioned with high or low neck, drop shoulders. of the smartest lines we arc showing.......... Other lines in Crepe up There are' also Waists cut from fine While Voile, with dainty trimming of insertion or lace. Can be had in high or low neck style, long or short sleeves, drop shoulder. Very smart and up-to-date. to Our Ready-to-Wear Section is replete with all thai is newest in Summer Dresses, Suits and Coats. as low as possible consistent with high quality, rf v Hudson's Bay Co. Raymond Welsh has purchased the 6.9. quarter of section 28, twp 11, E He and his family have this week. t Seeding operations are completed, with the exception ot: oats lor green feed. Gardenjng is being rusHed _ Albion Ridge is doing its share in th.e poultry business Tiere is a tend- ency to Inaugurate up-to-date., ods. A further steo would be the co- operative methods ot marketing the produce, resulting in a higher price for the producer. We have not the oil lever yet, bill are interested in the development ot the lemes reported elsewhere. Oicar Anderson is tilling a ear pf wheat at Noble Eighty cents- tracM price been ottered him. Hubert Lfl Barre (oak a of plgfl to Barons on He Uiore is more moaer In railing than in growing The Appearance at the school jarf is much improved. Now aad neatly strung Tslre the change. IS I1'' Ir Our 1 International Boundary o .OIL SPRING SWEET CRASS HILLS, 160 lease as shown sale. Mr. Paul Perraud, Mr. Scgur's expert driller, is on tte bunk houses are now oh Section one, where the first drill goes down. Crude Oil was found by myself and others on the Roscoe Ranch. Samples can be seen iu the office. This lease is surrounded by lauds filed on by Segur and Mackeime-Faber interests. J. Y. CARD, MANAGER r A n no T A IT HfirrOTMriiT PA GARDSTON INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED. K1MBALL LARSEN LIMITED Joint Stock Brokers 328 5th Street South Phone 698 ;