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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETH BRIDGE BAILT HEHAI.D JUNE 12, She, Iberalfc letbln-ftcie, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, year..... J4.00 DalH, by mail, per year...... 3.00 by mail, per year---- 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Oflico 125- Editorial Office.............. 1224 W.A.Buchanan John Torrance Manaamg Director Business .Manager IN UNION IS ECONOMY. Oiu-Ui Union-is still favored but it seems to he'as far off as over. The Presbyterian General Assembly favors the policy but delays action towards consummation iu the Jiope that unan- imity ivill prevail in the church's final decision. At about the same time the .treasurer of the church presents a rather pessimistic report concerning finances. The waste of money in iiaintainink churches in competition irith ether Christian denominations is the cause of the financial strin- gency in the church. Consider the :money that wotihl be.saved by.a.un- ion of the churches and consider also the men that would be available for fields not served by the church if "there ivas one church where there are two, three and four today. The churches preacli economy from the '.pulpit but neglect to practice IL They, would rather keep up foolish compe- in order to preserve doctrines ''that really should not separate the Methodist and Congre- gational denominations at any rate. Assurin Your Business MR. BENNETT'S RECEPTION AT CALGARY. Old customers die or rnovo must be re- placed. Old customers are subject to the influence of temp- may be induced to divide their custom do some of their shopping at a competitor's. New comers to this community shop with become regular they are invited to do so. your competitor's advertising is an influence .which j must be offset if you are to maintain your trade. Not to advertise regularly is to leave your business j unprotected. f _ j A policy of advertising is a policy of life assurance, I and the protection thus secured is well worth its! annual cost. A Word To The Public is no of weakness to follow the lead of'-idverUslnjf. .You owe ii to yourself to set the most for your money, the best goods -f and the best service. And if you find that your. inclination is to shop where you are invited to shop raCher tJian to continue to bo a 1 customer of "the shop wliich never solicits your good-will, yss-aeedj have no compunctious of conscience. ._. j Shop Where You Are Invited to Shop Thank You CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE 'dren the stricken -one, out R B Bennett was siveu a of-school, or the supporting member 'of the family from remaining under quarantine and away from his labors, or of removing either or both to -an- other .ahpde.. The scheme readily met with the approval of the hoard and was adopted. In future, patients de- may receive the treatment at the Isolation hospital for the sama reception at Cnlgary inspired doubt by -his attitude on die C. N. in., though the Calgary--M. P. did not .mention that question in his address; lie avoided political Issues en- tirely. The Albertan indicates tliat f'niany Oaigary Conservative leaders 'were absent from the meeting and ;ihcse who were there and addressed :the meeting tiid not hesitate to admit they did not asree with Mr. Ben- AVTien a man displays independence, when he breaks with ;hlE 011 greeat .question, iie i old, friends not so enthusiastic and not so fnenrilv Tiiar OHP of I ;the very reasons why there is not more independence displayed- The 'rank and fite" seem to prefer .the standpattei while the Jmgh admire-independence but all they-do entourage '-it 4s to write win elections. iir Besn.Ptt'a boit m the CNR ftransaction was, -in our'iadginent, iu- bv the of njotne" Tt has bc-en Insinuated that bisVattitude was to i is romier C P to jealousy of Ihe promotion of Arthur ileighen. A iCair- who criti- cise-r hib part i always cjiarc, d iiillerior motives naturally: reflec- tions are cast upon Mr. BeiinetL. .Jlr, Behnet't by his attack en tie C. N. R. .pclicy had all to lose, and little to his party. -He realized that; he 'ook course which was righr, and time will prove that he was right. A few'more falls of rain" arid a Iessrt3lk. _of "oil, is .what' this .couatry needy most: Kroning is in the real dazzling lirae- BABY HEATH The little boy that went down with his father, J. L. Heath, on the Em- press" of -Ireland. They had been staying with friends in Canada. The mother and wife in Minnesota Is sup- light in Edmonton. He is threatened j posed to be still in ignorance of wiih death, just like presidents of jfate- South" American republics, ire is frcm Lethbridge and won't flinch in performing his duty. their Ontario farmers lost through the failure of the FarmerV Bank "and the Borffou governmcr.t went to their rescue. Western farmers lost heavily through the failure of reciprocity to pass, but the Borden government hasn't done .a thing 'to reimburse them. The census department has just is- sued a bulletin showing the tola amount of land in each province, the amount in use, and the amount which could'be put under crop. Al- berta so far has only seventeen cent, of arable land in use. What an a.tom it is and what, a future is destined for us when the balance ia under cultivation, why not be an optimist? The statement has. been made that the terminal elevator at Fort William owned by the Dominion government is not paying because it lacks feeders on" the prairies, and tho Winnipeg Free Press suggests as a remedy that the Dominion should take over tlie elevators owned by tho Slanitoha gov- ernment. Tho "Moose Jaw. News thinks suggestion is; worthy of serious consideration but-it includes the Sas- katchewan co-operative elevutora in tho proposition. Undoubtedly, ii' the Dominion' Imd control'of the "co-oper- ative elevators in -Alberta >nnii ;Sas.- and the. vators 'in. Manitoba there would .be! little, if any, reason to he contented tibout the business of the terminal elevator ?il tho Iioad of thS' lakes. '..GRACE HANN1GAN ld daughter of the lead- tfce liand who was among tho 'survivors of the disaster. How she camo through Huffily without elthor of her parents gutting away Is a mystery. charge as at the Gait hospital, name-j ly 51.50 per day in the.regular wani, j or, iE the case warrants, in a privatel ward at a charge of per day. The Sanitary Inspector to the attention of -the hojird, the prac- tice in the city of keeping two or three cows and selling -their milk without; paying the dairyman's li- cense. The board decreed, that any citizen who keeps more than one cow, The Home of Good Gas Goods Call -and see our line of Ranges and Water Heaters. The best in the west all inside installation and give satisfaction When you decide to instal your Gas Fixtures consult us for promptness and efficiency NATURAL GASi HEAT AND APPLIANCE CO, Phone 615 5th St., Opp. Sherman Theatre C. A. Clarke, Manager Owner or and who sells the milk Lessee of farm must take out thB license prescribed Parry for dairies. This puts them under.; the j Daniels control of the city, .and. opens their Peltier premises and animals_to j Chambers A person mar keep-one, cow for pri-j Tiffin rate use without paying -jhe-Iicense. Watson.................. The following are Inspector Val-j report on..sanitary cohdi- K son Watson................... "Total Chainey Gattrell 90 Euright................... Murray..................., 8S i Butterwlck Son liegimbal Fornier Coyne..................... Gordon Watt tions at the different dairies-In- the Ghainev i Gntt-rell.......... citv and district subject, to inspcc- tio'n for the past two months Two j K.e8'mbal Eormer of datrj farmers Jjave installed 'vai1 milking machines which seem to be APRIL giving thorough Owner or Yallance says that the absolute' non- Lessee of farm exposure of the milk while in; the Peltier barn tends greatly to xmnmufe the danger of contamination and that the process is much more cleanU than nuu hand into the open pail r Total ANOTHER ARSONETTE CHURCH OUTRAGE London. determined at- tempt was made by mlfitant suffra- gettes the.anclent-'church of St. Margaret's at Chiuatrfwe, twelve Daniels Tiffin .ChaniEers 871 miles southeast of 'London. Three dis- 86 I fires fed by fire lighters Srluogied ot squares of felt saturated SjTwlth oil ere set on fire by the 82 arson squad To the Public of Lethbridge: In'order to make our policy and our arrange- ments for the conducting of an absolutely clean brokerage business in Lethbridge perfectly clear, we wish to state briefly our Our Private Wire is the Marshall-Izlar Brokeiage Co., of Calgary, (members of the Calgary Slock and this firm is the ONLY BROKERAGE FIRM to llaye a leased wire on the floor The wire in our oflice runs direct to the Calgary Exchange, so that, standing in onr office is pieciselv the same as stand-- ing on the Exchange flooi, and -the pucesryou see marked on out board by our operat- or are the actual figures being posted simultaneously on 'Change; this arrangement jou get the same inside information as the men who pay for a seat. i; The Way to Dofiusifiess With Us .Haying decided, upon which.slock to pinchasp, hand your order in at the price quoted .-and'tlie operator will'confirm it wait Certificates following on next mail. OUR COMMISSION ON EACH PURCHASE is 8fr on the total, paid at. time deal is made. .FOR'ANY SALES MADE our commission is Minimum charge on any deal, 51-50. _ Out-Of-Town Clients Orders for stock by mail will rccene prompt attention. The Herald will publish each day the noon closing prices so that by watching the paper a close check can be kept on the movements of the market. Send in your remittances with instructions to buy at a slated price. Should the market advance your order will not, of'course, be executed, and on the other hand if the price lias fallen, your order will be executed and the balance credited to your account in our books. Listings of Stocks and Leases Especially Solicited We respectfully suggest lhal il would he impossible to propound a more straight- forward method of conducting a Brokerage Business, and we confidently look for the support of the investing and speculating public. Any new development or any startling feature of Ibe market likely lo affect prices will be promptly communicated to our will be -withheld. We will tell them al! we at any lime. Wilhout making any comparisons, we stale without fear of contradiction (hat we can hniidle business more promptly and al closer prices than any oilier Brokerage in the city. The Western Stock Exchange PHONE 690 JOHN WILSON, Manager arc as a prcvcntativp of and arc a woiulcrl'ul comfort and 'convenience In This Fickle Climate of oui's. You tan luno u cosy Jirc at 5iiijr hour ol (lie day, and on liny day of the year, without any trouble, without any ihisf, or without any work, iJ you Gas Fires Installed It does not matter if tho hoiiso'.Iias "spring AS FIRES i f or chimney -sweeps' -or ourtain- eleaners. Canadian Western Natural Gas, light, Heat and Power Co., Ltd. Phone 1510 A. J. Blackburne Co. Acadia Block. We'cnii. transact Imsiiicss for out1 clients' iil'ilie liil- est prices. We want Listings of Leases and Stock. A. J. Blackburne 'J. L. Manwaring 0.1 ,1 Slock Exchange. and Slock AGENTS FOR Boundary Oil Products Co., Phone 1084. 'P.'O.Box 282. Lethbridge Oil Brokerage Co., Limited: In connection with stocks, we 'have opened a department -.coverin oil leases 'Phone 1730 Consult us about the lolloping stotksf Herron Oil Natural Gas Co., Ltd. Boundary Products Co., Ltd..... Union Pacific Oils Co., Ltd. Securities Oils, Ltd............... Oils Fidelity .Oil Gas Co., Ltd. Trenton Oii Company, Ltd......... 31% Four Oil Co................... Bragg Creek Capital Stock SOO.OOO i r Pa i Value 1.00 1.00 2. SO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Selling .50 .25 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 Iloldgna, Italy The agitation among the. strikers hero was still Very acute today when the extreme cid'tici'iii made 'efforts to incite the j mpmliers of the Peasants' Leagues to invade the town. Dlaunicrs so reported frjlln Kavcnna and For- !ia in tiiii uarno pidviiice. Naples, measures for Ihc repression of. disorder have been taken liy the. authorities here and al- so at is feared that there ?nay he .riotous .outbreaks among the .strikers on the'Occasion o[ the funer- als of tiic victims of yesterday's and today's riots. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE "Medicine Hot-Kootenaj lint Medicine Hftt-Caleary (via Aldorsyde) Caisary-Modlcinn Hat (via Aldorsyde) "Lelhnridge-Gnlgary (via Mncleod) 'CRlgary-LethbrldRO (via Macleod) Falls Great FallB-lAthbrldKO Arrive 2.1.10 14.05 Depart j.35 lli.25 13.50 -'37.30 S.IO 567 CardBton-I.etbbrldso tDally. Trains 638 and 539 to and from JIaclcod only en Sim ;