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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR' HE L E T H B RID 6 E aA I-L. Y HERAtP WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17r 1914 toevalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, per year..... 5-t-OO Dally, by mail, per year...... 3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year.... 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office............... 1252 Editorial Offlce J-24 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager HOMESTEADERS NQT GETTING A SQUARE DEAL While everybody else is hoping to make n slice of money out of the oil boom the homesteader is getting it Jianded to him in bundles, as Uie say- ing goes. He sees utter strangers who happen to have an inside tip on developments liieing themselves to tile land oflice to file on his very own land that he has Jived on for years and tried to make productive, thereby building up the country. He sees the _land chang- ing iiands, often lor many-times' what the surface rights are worth. And he wonders. W3iy shouldn't lie wonder TVnat he sees is not liable to make him any more contented with his lot It seems to us as if something might be done to give the homesteader some- thing more of a fair shake in this matter. He ias struggled long and and it would appeal-, if anyone is to get the mineral should have a chance first to say whether or not he wants them. And since the government is raking in -tile shekels by the thousands of dollars out of filing fees, liow would it if the homesteader'-was in on the "divvy." The government might di- vide up the money thus obtained 'to' help- the homesteaders buy cattle and other livestock, thus giving him a better chance to make something P (ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Lieut. Col. W. A. lloorehouse, post- master at Sherbrooke. Que.. is dead. A. Doxsee, a retired Methodist clergyman, died at Cobourg. Cainrose's tax rate has been Used at SO mills Oil brokers must pay fee to do business in Canirose. A big oil supply warehouse is to be built at Okotoks. Thos.'Hodgson of Donald announces his caudidature in North. Victoria as a temperance Conservative, Dr. Chas, J. Burns was acquitted by a Brampton jury of a charge of obtain- ing money by false pretences in the sale of western land, Geo. W. Sutherland. Liberal nom- inee in -withdrawn leav- ing the fleld clear for Temperance and Conservative candidates, The revenue of.Canada for the first two-months--of ,Uie current fiscal year and "the customs as.compared with--the same months last' year. The Guelph Baptist Association passed, a strong: resolution urging Bap- tist vottirs publicly pledge them- selves- to vote for'the abolition of licenses. The hotefkeepers of Port Arthur "have rented :a committee room and will actively work for the government candidate in the interests of -protec- .tioa of- their business. H. H. Lyman, one of the Montreal victims of the Empress disaster, left an estate valued at He left worth while out of what they can't n'earfy fcalf to charitable institu- take away from surface rights. Give the homesteader-a fair shake New Zealand will reduce tfie' tariff Canada's Conserva bn'-'U- s- tive. government is so fearful aster to the milling interests it won't even remove the duty -on wheat. The Calgary Alhertan intimates that resign because his orders BET Minister of Slilitia hav.e been dis- obeyed. Don't worry; a cafcmet.'posl- all the may. come to Col. Sam. The Prince of Wales, it is said, sub- scribed to the suffragettes' campaign fund. He is a boy yet and like all hoys believes in helping a good row along whenever the opportunity offers. Crooked work is already being un- earthed in the Manitoba elections. Ee" gistration has been under way in Win- nipeg and the Liberals found that thirty-one men were put on the list by Conservatives who gave as their place of residence a vacant lot. They were all bogus names. Then ,gocd Tories wonder why the moral reform tions. David Bwart, chief -'architect of the public works' department at Ottawa who position" as'consulting head of the branch. t Parn Sound Liberals nominated Richardson A.TT editor Falls Arrow, an Independent 'Conservative, spoke for Richardson, saying he -put temperance befpte'-fparty. v s- Buster Brown Helps Mothers! Buster .BroVrn, stockings are first aid to; busy mothers, BustefferoWn defies the boys to tub into these Blockings, by making them of the strongest, long- fibre cotton, specially twisted and tested for durability, with a three-ply heel and toe, and doubleleg.; Buy BusterBrown Stockings for ydur, boys and save hours and hours of dare-v Your dealer can supply you with Buster Brown Stockings for "your boys. Colors Black and Leather Shade .Tan; Cost no more than the stockings that "rub right into holes." BiaJtttltim MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELLAND, AUwnmkers of the celebrated "Little Darling" and _ "Uttle for and Children F Girls, Buster Brown'i Siitar'i Stocking for the girls is i lookbr stocking a mwferato price. A two-thread Eoffluh mercerized lislt stocking, that It to fit and wears-very well Indeed. Leather Shade Tin, Pink. Blue and White. R. L. Brackia. Liberal candidate in West Kent, states that if Rowell gets enough seats to-make him premier, he will vote for his policies, but if Rowell j Is deTtetcd. then-.ft tlie right to rote in the House as he pleases. He is leaving the-temperance issue alone. tondoh "militiamen" resent the sum- mary removal" of Major Leonard from command 'of the battery. Tlie beer found in the liutts at Petawawa iras part of a. donation from the Carling brewery for consumption on the train. 'Based on. the new dairy act, regula- tions have been passed effective Sept 1, and "pro-Tiding fines of Jrom ?10 to Storstad's First Officer Admits He .Didn't Hear CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE "The engines were not working .long enough to give her headway." The witness said the Empress when she came out oi the fog was two ship lengths .away. "He agreed that, if the Empress was- going-ten knots- an hour and the Storstad only one knot i ernment in Manitoba, element is seeking a change gov- for each offence In cases or im- iroper marking of butter and cheese. Butter containing whey is to be aiark- d when sold as "whey butter, llix- ures of creamery and dairy butter The banks are well represented in .parliament. Four members of the House of Commons, Sir E. B. Osier, ,-Hon. Samuel Barker, Hon. George H. ,asd-J. iiiLOJtin-? ICC., are hank directors. .In the Senate bank directors include Hon. RobL Mackay, ..Sir 'Men-iii Jones, Hon. HobL .Taffray, Jlcn. Jas. Mason, Hon. "W. C. Edwards, Hpn. Mr. -Thorne: The good work done on Arbor Day at Henderson Park should be con- tinued. Trees were planted then put they are dying now because of lack of attention. The trees can be saved if the people, who planted .them would interest themselves in having the trees watered regularly. In, two or years, with proper attention; we .should have a-lot of well developed traes around the driveways at die Park, Let us be up and doing! are to be branded as dairy butter. The plural voting thill passed its hird British House of Commons a rote'of 320 to 242. This bill was first introduced- in April, 1913 aad after passing its third reading was: in, the 'House of Lords by a majority of 124. The bill passed the rst reading for the. second time last March. It embodies the principle of 'one man, one and provides that b.efore a general election a plural voter select which of his votes he' wishes -to register. We agree entirely with the follow ihs sentiment expressed by the Mont- .-'real Gazette; "Some people In To- ronto are objecting that Protestant ministers are. using their pulpits as .p'laces from which to address politica arguments to their hearers. When CaUioIJc priests in Quebec did a like sort of thing much ado was made matter, and there was talk of ty rahny and undue influence, and pro test, and even lawsuits. The principle .behind the clerical nction was th1 .same fa each case. The clrcumstan ijcpa may not greatly affect ;iL "i'li preacher will think long before lie decides to mix polIUcal matters IwJWi1 his greater message." churches will becomfJ 'and logo', friends ancV.aympathlzers i tlie mch'.'in tho pulpit 'dab'blc in poll tics by taking' aides with one- or otlu houf'as he said they Tfrfe, it looked to him now as if theylshouid have .cleared safely. f. 'I thought I was to keep and said -the wit- ness. said Mr. Aspmall, "as a sailor, is" it your belief that you are entitled to that in a Providing that I do not go full speed, but moderate ;-said the witness. "Your instructions .were to call the "ptain drrectiy the log "Yes." "ffhj didn't, you obey inslruo- asked Lord Mersey. "I did not think it necessary." The witness said he thought the Storstad .penetrated the Empress about, twelve-.feet, due to the speed of the. Empress. "But if you were practically sta- tionary and the Empress was moving she would have had to approach you crab fashion to accomplish suggested-Mr. Aspinall. Witness answered; the driving power was supplied by the Empress cross- ing the Storstad's how. We all appreciate comfortable, attractive homes, but we don't realize how much modern paint-making will help us in improving our surroundings. f ,1 TT.- Nowadays people are giving more' attention to the interior decoration and furnishing of their homes than they ever did before. The standard of living ha3 been raised. What satisfied us a few years ago will not donovr. The Sherwin-Williams Co. has given particular atten- tion to the making of finishes for the interior decoration of the homo and they havo succeeded so well that their finishes are used for every purpose in the most elaborato mansion, and also in the most humble cottage. Tho walls of your home can be finished with S-W Flat-tone, a durable flat-drying oil paint, absolutely be washed with soap and S-W Decotint, a special water paint, for this purpose. Uso S-W Inside Floor Paint for your floors or if you prefer a stained and varnished finish use S W Tloorlao On hardwood floors Mar not a durable waltrproof, floor varnish. Tor the cupboards, woodwork doors etc uso S-W Family Paint m any color you desire S-W Kopal Varnish for varnishing wainscotting, base boards, doors, and any 1 ind of interior woodwork on which you require a varnish finish There is a Shcrmo tt llliams finish for every kind and for overy-purpose.': Come and talk torus about your finishing problems.' KING WILLIAM ALBANIA Whose. by himself, success- fully repulsed a Mussulman, rebel at- tack on the Albanian' capital this morning Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Plumbing, Heating, Tinsmithing and Gas Fitting Office Phone, 1752 j LETHBKIBGE' Store Phone, 762 MAPPY WIVES KE HOMES MAKE went -jioiiic to dinner today, was your wife till ployed out from cooking over that Scorching coal fire? Here's (lie remedy: Make Her Happy by f Installing The Gas It (Sioksi the Dinner 6ut Cboking the Godjc; N6WJS the time to have that connection made. Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat and Power Co., Lti Phone 1510' Oil Leases of OiliLeases eiit'.to1 tlie holdings of the Fa'bei'rMackenzie properties, north of LundbrecK" 'COnipftiiy selling stock in prdperfyyiirHhe --vicinity.' a., bonaflde acre has selected, Ly your best J' Friday, June 19tfi Apply'Box 2, Herald. QUEEN ALEXANDRA. HEARS- DANISH SONGS London, Alexan- dra today received General and Mrs. Booth of tlie Salvation Army, and al- so- members of the Danish contin- gent who 'are attending the conven- Jon here, at Marlhorough House. The vIsitoYs aahg hymns in her Ma- jesty's native tongue. CALGARY 'OLD 'LADY' Calgary, Jufie Btngley, 61 a resident of this ci j struck uy lightning laqt evening 'dur- ing a storm tliat passed .ahout midnight Sbe di'od later. The deceased lady was. sittlnb in. her bedroom lier feet at the time Guarding Against Business Blight SUMMER dullness is more a fiction of tlie mi igiiulion' than in ineMtiblc fict. The. wants and needs of men and women do not cease when summer- comes. The'simi.rncf bfings its own new lootl, bcui ages, c n j o j i" c n i s mil plcasuits and comloits ol m my 1 mtlb The smnmu )ws Us activi- ties ind plans vlnch cnll foi the expendi tin c ol montj Moncj is spem ns fiLLlj in mci is it inj other stjson. ol meiclundise vvl senice ot nro read m -minmci witlr un-, i ____ JiminisliCG1 in.lelcst ind re iponsiveiiLSs I'hosc who tirrd business dull m itimmci ne'rhOiC Who rtl their edoils to aiHintim and develop business. 'U rests Mith tic business men ;of this commumlj 01 hot the sn smnniLi dull ness" blights then businesses during .Time, -July Let Ihem withdraw'llic'ff--piiblic ilcwsp'apei'. buyers '.of (His community, --arid -Hlie which their customers and pos- sible customers .a.vc spending pi- are ready to-spend, will he. spent with ollicwi.pr else lie spent, at tOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE medicine rlatKootenay nav ijedlclne Hat Mejllclne Hat Calgary (via Aldersydo) Cnlgiry MediUno Hat (via ethliridge. Calgary (vii Macleod) 'Calgau I olhhrldge (via Alacleod) iiethbridgc-Oroat Falls .Great 'Arrive -i.25 2-1.10 H.03 Dopart 24.30 10.25 .'17.30 i... 17.45 667 Cwdston-T-ethbrldgo 9.30 r. Triijns D38 and 53'J to and trom' Slntilood Bnly ;