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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1914 letbbdboe letbbrtojje, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, per year..... Dally, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail, per TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Directer Business Manager SI.OO 1252 1224 'ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THK BUSY MAN NOW, MR. FARMER, SPEAK UP! Lethbrldgo and North Battleford were held up Calgary the other (lay by Dr. J. G. Rutherford ol the C. P. department of natural cities that thoroughly realized the needs of their production of their fifrming areas. Oltawa's four controllers were un- seated on account of irregularities. Another frontier celebration planned at Calgary this [all. Aid. Culvert is the new industrial commissioner at Victoria, B. C. Xova Scotia Legislature has pro- rogued alter a sixteen weeks' session. Hon. Adam Beck was renominated resources, Ontario Legislature Conservatives. II. R. Bean, a leading Carlstadt These two places were singled out j citizen, is dead. He was a native o! because of the started by the Boards of Trade of tbe two towns to help the fanners set more cattle. Dr. Rutherford generally knows pretty well what he is talking about when it is anything connected with farming. oEd his approval of the action of the Lethbridge Board of Trade in the movement launched in a meeting sev- eral weeks ago. and brought to a head the oilier evening is indication that the plan Is a good pne. The business men of LethbrMJst have decided that it is no use trying to transplant hothouse Industries to this city without buildup Jin tile farm- community around to Durham County, Ontario. A proposition has been made to change the name oi North Battleford to Royal City. A. Hardy, postmaster at Fiske, Aita., wa.s'acquittwi of the charge o: murdering Lee Yuen, a Chinese laundryman of Fiske. Foxes to the value'of were recently shipped to Prince Edward Island from Prince Albert, Sask. mam TALKS IN CRANBROOK ABOUT FIEND GAR- NERED IN pro- vide the market They have shews! their faith in what the farmers caix do by going down into their pockets for the necessary credit with which the farmers are to buy more cattle. As an irrigation district this section is admirably.suited as a mixed farm- ing proposition, whereas, a grain growing section, it must be admitted TO he more or less of a failure. refer to the district immediately, sur- rounding Lethbridge in saying thrs. Therefore, the business men hav- ing realized their opportunity, all that remains is for the farmers to grasp the opportunity thrown open to them, and by tbe use of business methods, to make the dairy industry a success. "Back New Zealand butter off the map in is a good motto for Lethbridge i'and" district. After a long fight all night cafes in Montreal bave had their licenses re- icwed. Athabasca has voted its Board of (Trade 51500 for the present year's work. St. Chad's, College, an Anglican institution', was recently opened at Kegina. Hon. Louis Coderrc, secretary of state and minister of mines, is going to tour tbe west this year. Ex-Mayor Keary claims New West- minster's sewerage system is the costliest in Canada. Rev. John Clifford, a returned mis- sionary from India, has been invited THE MARKET SUCCESS Surprising! That is the word to lise when speaking of the success that has so far attended the market estab- lished less than a fortnight ago at the Auditorium at Eekstorm's Park.. There are a. good, many surprising features about it, -In the first place it is promoted entirely by private in- terests, and naturally has not had be- hind it that civic, enthusiasm which would do much to make It go. Be- sides, the promoters, not knowing how their venture would be taken, have been loathe to have it widely advertised, waiting until public senti- ment expressed itself before making much noise. But, in spite of these handicaps, the venture has shown what a public mar- ket would do here. Generally the trouble in the case of a public market Iras been to find the consumers; in this case tlit producers have not been to become .pastor church at Nanton. Hall.a million dollars' damage is reported to have been done by a hail storm in southwestern North Dakota last Thursday. The oil fever has spread to the railroad construction camps in Bri.t- ish Columbia. Men are coming into Edmonton daily with a "state" and buying blocks of stock. j Dr. G. J; ;Uusgrove, Conservative nominee in Niagara Falls for the On- tario Legislature, is a brother of A. H. Musgrove, who has been Conser- vative member for North Huron. Paul the well known writer, prophesies that the architec- ture of the future will he of glass and that the world will be inhabited by a happy race living under the 1 good influence of light. The financial statement presented to the Presbyterian General Assem- bly, showed that the Saskatoon Pres- bytery headed the list of subscrip- tions with against an Cranbrook, June T. T. McVittie and-K. L. T. Galbraith, of Steole, were Cranbrook visitors Saturday. S. L. .Williams oi the Bridges Lum- ber company, Fort Steele, is spend- ing a few days in town, undergoing medical treatment.for a bad eye. Sergeant-Major Gustaf 11. Schoof of the 23rd Alticrt'a Mounted Hangers by London arrived in the city Friday, on his re- turn from Mexico anil the scene o' battle and is. en route, to! the: man oeuvres in, Calgary which commence on the 16th. The Major spoke to tin boys oi the'Public school, in the af- ternoon on the Boy Scout moveniejr in which he is, deeply interested.. The Major speaks, very highly' of Villa in the Mexican, trouble, showing bin to be rough ir. his ways; hut one whom the children worship and the men admire.; The Major says. Villa total abstainer, neither does he smoke, and he acts, acts while other wduld-bc leaders talk. Villa, he says, will never consent to taking back of the Spanish lan'd kings whicl have1 by their grafting and stealing been the ruination of the country. 400 families, he says, ocaupied 000 acres of land. The Major occupied the pulpit of the Methodist church here Sunday, speaking ou Missions in Africa, and Missions in Mexico, and Monday evening gives a lecture the Mexican situation. He 'was one of the escort of Dr. MoIIatt's son to Africa: Constable Archie Harrigan -made a clever capture when he entered a shack in Chinatown by means oi -a telegraph pole and an upstair window the other day 'and caught Mah Sing in the act of enjoying his and pipe. As this was the second offence Mah Sing .was given a fme of 550 or six mouths, and is serving the time on the city streets. Born In Cranbrook, Saturday, June 13, to Mr. and Mrs. Bain, a daughter. Cranbrook, on Tuesday, June 9, to Mr. and Mrs. Moore, a daughter. Mrs. Hawkey, of Nelson, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. P. E. Wilson. Mrs. (Rev.) W. K. Thomson is spending a couple of months with her parents in Edmonton. R. W. Kettringham has taken a po- sition iu Bull Rivet. Miss Prest has returned to the city after a vacation in the east. Mrs. Liddicoat and Miss Baker are in attendance at the Rebekah Assem- bly in Victoria. Parker Williams, the. Socialist member in the B. C. legislature, will address a'Cranurook audience" on the 19th last. Dave Elmer, of the coast, and a former resident, .spent a few days in town this week. Dave is the El Doro and David Harum cigar man. Degrees will he .conferred at the meeting of the Orange Lodge Thurs- day evening after Which a social time will be had and selections given by fife and drum bands, pianists, and bagpipers. of the Baptist per family average elsewhere of Toronto City will be asked to much in evidence for the very good! vote for the institution The police report for May shows 51 prisoners handled through the month, 23 males, and 28 females. Prisoners were fed at an average of 131 cents a meal. Cranbrook has been honored by the ehcf.ion of Harry White of this'city, to" the position ot Grand Master of After You Decide to Use Gas Consult Us Regarding Installation and Appliances Our Ranges and Water Heaters are. the Best in the West You can-be sure of- Safety and Efficiency at the NATURAL GAS, HEAT AND APPLIANCE CO. Phone 615 5th St., Opp. Sherman Theatre C. A. Clarke, Manager Oil Leases 4000 acres of Oil Leases for sale, adjac- ent to the holdings.of the Faber-Mackenzie propertiejs, north of Lundbreck. Company formed, and selling stock in property in the __. ThisSis a honafi.de offer, and every acre has heeii-garefully .selected, by a.well known Nameyour best offer not later than June 19th ly 180x2, Herald. Industrial Heating The place occupied by gas in industrial processes grows larger every day. This is bo- liiiuse of the almost Jimitless opportunities for the application of GAS FOR FUEL iM FACTORY AND Gas For Fuel 1. 'Provides the most convenient form of heat. 2. Has all the advantages of coal, with none of 'te discomforts and drawbacks. 3. Does away with the smoke nuisance. 4. Requires a minimum of labor, time and floor space. 5. Gives a steady, dependable; Intense heat that can be regulated _ to a nicety. 6. Involves no waste of time or fire in getting ready for 7. Involves no waste of fuel when heat is not wanted, Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Ltd. Phone 1510 Ontario Nominations reason that they' knew so little about i a motor the establishment of a market. Pen- j second knew about it at all until a couple Council s acceptance 01 the Board of Controls recommen- of days ago. dation The Herald has always held that Lethbridge needed a market where the farmers and consumers could Sun. waving it, lighting matches meet. Evidently the venture has been .Routing, Edward Button, of Toronto, June list ol can- [idates in the Ontario provincial lections is about complete. Recent lominations include.: Dr. J. P. Sin- lair Dufierin, A. E. Annis South Siracoc, Laughlin McLean East Northumberland, George Carlow JIuskoka, G. IV. Rankin North Lan- the Provincial Grand Lodge of Odd-i' lrob-i fellows at the session beint held at Robert Patterson South Bruce, fellows at the session being held at By taking oir his coat, tying it to a success on a modified basis. Let's make a little noise about it, and make it the regular thing. In this the ladies of the city have more opportunity to do pood work than anyone else. They have shown a.wiliingneEs by their in- dividual patronage. The formation by them of a Consumers' would now be in order. League Coaticook, Que., Is going to have an old home week. Wonder, if Harry Thaw will participate? Reglna is going to start drilling for gas next month. Why not wait until the Legislature is in session? Lieut. Col. Geo. Ham of the C. P. R. says what most people need tor. a stimulant is a good s-.vift kick. Not so here, George. A downpour of rain is the -best stimulant we could have. A wind storm in Oxford county car- ried a woman over the trees of an orchard and deposited lier in a field. Why talk so meanly about OUT winds. These are soft zephyrs compared with Ontario'breezes. The Winnipeg Tribune says 3. A. M. 'Atkins a standpatter. Sure! Ho talked for free wheat and voted against it. He was supposed to he against the C. N. R. bat voted for it. He Is a strong church man and tem- perance advocate, but' is- against "Abolish the Bar." Why is this? Just became he wouldn't dare vote with tiio jiesky Woodstock, Ont., succeeded in stop- ping -a Canadian Pacific freight train and thereby preventing it from being wrecked through running on a section at Pine Pond, where the tracks had been washed away by the rains. During the absence of Hon. P. G. S. MacKcnric, -provincial', treasurer, and his family from- their, .Quebec home, .the house .was entered .by van- dals, who caused much damage-to the fittings and 'furniture. '..The.. van- dals tore down the' electric nitures and broke ornamental "..Frag- ments of chinaware were strewn! on the lioors panels of a valii- ahle mahogany sidchoar'd wcrer'krckcil in. .._: Recent Ontario .nominations- for the Legislature include the following Conservatives Briicc, W. D Cargill Hastings, ivcst, j; John- son Middlesex, north, Neil- Gal- braith Nipissing, east, Henry Mor- al Renfrew, north, E. A. Dunlop. .west, C.'-M.. Bow- man, former chief "Liberal" whip Parry Sound, Dr. JV.C. Richardson Sudbury, M. A Hard Welland, w Sutherland. Holding a 2-year-oid .dijld 'in teeth by her dress, Stephano Circelli bore her to a place oi safety from the high bridge of the slag dump at the old Empire furnace st. Reading, Penn., while a gapir.g crowd, 100 feet below, watched the" rescue. The child had crawled out on the bridge and clung there, seemingly paralyzed with parents were unable to reach their little one and they stood below shouting advice to the unheeding child. The parents hugged and kissed Circelli alter the rescue. lengthy article on tidns'fo "'Canada." SIR GiORGE PA1SH THINKS WE HAVE NOT SHOWN TRUE IMPERIAL SPIRIT London, June "Sta- ;ist" edited by. Sir George Paish, which" is the standard weekly review on finance and economics, has a "Indian Emigra- had says the Staiist, "for broader views, for more prescience "and for a truer Imperial spirit on the part of Can- ada.; The Canadians themselves arc all settlers from foreign lands or descendants of such. They are in- .truders upon the possessors of the country and hold their position only because of the protection of the British Empire. ,We had fondly hoped that knowing all this they would re- cognize the consequent obligation up- on them, hut we have been disap- pointed. We have frequently urged in and repeat today that it is theMuty of the Indian government to form 'and carry out a great scheme of i Indian colonization within tho British Empire, but it is impossibles as things stand at present .for the class of Indians most In needfpf new homes, unaided, to colonize success- fully." MAN' WHO PAID VISIT TO KING, UNBIDDEN, FREE London, June Pike, who on June 7, invaded Buckingham Pal- ace, and wandered about for several hours In the building, was released today. J. A. Johnston West York, Alex. Hain Southwest. Toronto (two Alderman Charles Mabce, W. E. Kancy, K. C.. Hon. Adam Beck Russell, E. J. Laverdtire; South Grey, Dr. D. Jamieswi South Lanark, F. Hill, defeating the former member, J. C. Ehhs. Hastings, D. V. Sinclair. II IS UP I CITY The following is an extract from Bylaw No. 221, agreement between 'the City of Lethbridge and the Elli- son billing Elevator company D. "On the part of the City, that it will grant to the company total exemption from taxation by the city, whether in respect to municipal, school, or other taxes, rates or as- sessments, other than local improve- ment .taxes and assessments, for local improvement a term of lateen Offsetting Competition The serious competitors uf tlie retailers of this community are tho big stores of tho big that send out catalogues and have nmil-ordcr departments. Tlie way to offset this competition is for our merchants not to remain silent. For them not lo "speak up" Is to givo the mail-order houses a better chance to get business 'from this community. The Oilng for the merchants of this community to do in their own Interests is to advertise faithfully, and to make their printed announcements interesting and helpful to these wlioe-e trade and favor are desired. A Word To The Public When you send your money out of this community, you enrich the great shops and impoverish this community. merchants of 'this community. It will be returned to you In tho form of better service and betlcr values. Be Loyal To Yuitf Own Community Oil Stocks and Shares bought and sold' u'pon 'tlie' CALOARY OIL ANP STOCK EXCHANGE for clients oh a STRICTLY COM- MISSION BASIS. Orders .to buy and listings of shares and leases for.Bale given prompt attention. buying clients should state the highest price they.care to pay. Should the market advance above this order will not be executed. Should the market decline, full advan- tage will be'taken and tlie balance credited to client's account. All certificates are sent by return registered mail. current market prices obtained. -Prices fluctuate rapidly and to ensure fullest advantage being taken of the market, certificates should be left in our care, enabling us to. give immediate delivery if necessary A. J. BLACKBURNE Lethbridge Member Calgary Oil Stock Exchange. J. L. MANWARING> Calgary Member Calgary OH Stock Exchange. years on Hie coming into effect of .this Bylaw, etc." On the strength of this agreement with the city, together with their bylaw, .the Ellison Milling Eleva- tor company entered into an agrite- nient with the City of Lethbridge for the erection of their mill and c'c-'n- tor in Lefchbridge and did construct and operaie a mill as agreed upon. It was on the strength of total ex- emptions that the Ellison Milling A. Elevator company erected this plant and the city of Lothbridge is now morally obligated to sec that their agreement with the Ellison Milling Elevator company is literally iullill- cd, and if any assessment is levied on the Ellison Milling