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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTIWE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, 1012 SWEET VALLEY Sweet Valley ball tenni will prnc lice playing with Sundal at Rosemencl this afternoon after which a dance Will be siven in the Roscmead hall. Sirs. H. Hunler aiid .Miss Paulsoi were Carmangay shoppers on Tues clay The ladies ot the church and com Jimnlty have organized a [ladies ait Svith Mrs.' Rounds as "president Hu'nter as secretary treasurer. A membership of thirteen was tho be- ginning and many more aro expected to follow at tho next meeting which .will-, be held at -Mrs. Jerry Rickett's 'June 19 at- two o'clock. Lunch wi: fan served each member paying len cents for same. The. first meeting hvas held Mrs. J. Taylor's, also re- Jieahments served there. lias returned ivhere he has been for a1 few weeks. Mrs. Patrick and children are out from Champion .visiting her relatives. Jlr. McFa-dyeu who owns the 'drill at Shirley's is very sick at .Mr. Hound's. They expect .to remove him to the a few days Mr. Mosler has his buildings paint- td which .'adds greatly to tlieir ap- W. Mi'Parley's father from Sas- katchewan is visiting him _ for a few iweeks The shower on Thursday was a .welcome visitor to everyone, but as vet the grain 'was not suffering. Sweet Aallcr, June 21-The Lad- ies' Aid society met last Wednesday with Mrs Jerry Rickett Vltctjths afternoon's work was finished a rel-j aching lunch was for win each paid 10 cents Then the Ira ness meeting and the secretary-trea lirer's report was heard Several ne anenilsrs were added, making a tol of twcntr. It pos pone the neit meeting till Juh lot lit Mrs. T. Chapman's Mrs. Jay Rickett's brother, Goeson, from Granum, Jiere a few days. Dan McPherson is again on t homestead, after a lew weeks' eence. A few from here attended the ded nation last Sunday, of the new Jiall i 16 20, which will be used express! Cor church, services. iUr. --Ecklaild's have relatives fro war. Tarmangai Msitmg them for ew da) s this u cek The Sweet Valley Sunda; schoi s still growing, as there were nearl orh present last Sundav, despite th being uncomtortablj warm The Sweet Valley delegation all TURKEY HAS ITS MONEY WORRIES WAR EXPENSES LEAPING DAILY AND EMPTY TREASURY CRE- .ATES POLITICAL'CRISIS Constantinople, Juno is .the great'cry1 is'admitted on all sides thai the situation in d to the war is hopeless unless tlie Turks-can replenish their colters, ami that immeiliatelv. In short, mili- tary expenses are soaring daily only to be riiet on the other hand hv ihe .try that there is no way In pay the hiils. The minister of war- is constantly culling tor vast sums, amounts which are only forthcoming with the great- est The government unable to eiYcel ;i loan abroad, is put to all kinds of shifts in order to obtain the needed funds to earrv it from dav to day It borrows a bit from the Ottoman LAND POSTED AND THENWITHDRAP SETTLERS PEEVED TWENTY-SEVEN SECTIONS HAVE BEEN OPENED FOR FILING AT MEDICINE HAT TAKEN OFF bank and a bit from the Regie, ab- (.Modiclne llul News) Some twenty-live homesteaders and settlers who have been standing in Hue nt loi-al land otlice for Iho pas! five days awaiting to tile on some Inml at the forks of 'the Heil Deer aro up iu amis this.morning.. Short- ly after the land ollice opened this morning, iictiug agent MacDomild came down and informed theiu thai the laud had been withdrawn. They asked an explanation, but lie could givw them none. To sav that ahcy are peeved .would be purling it mildly. The majority of them have cbim? a long distance to get a piece of this land. The most of them live near Kiudersly and AlsnSk, COMMON PEOPLE sorbs a part of the municipal loan, j Sash., and -besides'being out their ex- and it reeentlv seized the jj.onev of i siuce they huve been here are the pension fund out then of lime aud -then For a .long time the army furnish- expenses down here. ers have had the greatest difficulty in being paid, and it looks as if it soon will find it impossible to find funds :o pay the army. If that is so, re- olt will siirelv follow. The cabinet is divided and the par- iament .-is non est. Confusion Matters relating to land in 'the dis trict in question have been much in the public eye of late. About the tirst of the mouth- considerable cf the land was -thrown'open, but was not, posted and it was said at 'tlw time-that some of the party >vprkerp i were being favored; Only part of t lurks appear to eomplcteh and, the land opened, three sections n all department, and the loung ln M at that ume fIIe f r b ere posted and would be nth small wonder, lost their heads In such circumstances and with tho riunrledge that there is a powerfu lartv in the armv ready at anv mo ment to oust the young Turks ii looks as if the crisis is verv near. FOR MAKING SOAP FOR WASHING DISHES FOR SOFTENWC WATER FOR MSMFEQING SINKS CLOSHSDRAHISETC MADE CANADA TORONTO-ONT. MONTREAL 4 SEVERE STORM STRIKES NORTH ect to celebrate 1st of July at Rose- aead and the 4th at Bow Citv Joshua Crcighton from. Yetwood as a caller in this ucimty on Toes Miss Beatrice Foster, of Dfamom itv, is here visiting her mother foi few weeks. Wra Purlei 's father leaves for homi Dmorrow after a three weeks' MSII ith him GASOLINE TANK EXPLODED Barnia, Ont., June two thous nd barrel Hank of gasoline exploded bis morning, with a report heard 20 illes The fire ft as fought Oil Company's, esperl ire company, the Sarnia brigade's being declined. FRENCH CANADIAN CONGRESS Qlrtbec, June cjty JB common people of Canada The pioposal lor powers bankers em flEnt 's a light betiuen the bodung the terms worked out b) and the big mteiestb Pans conference The Imanciers' and for tlie common people it, is a fight For lue FARMERS ARE TIRED WAITING posal is consortium act a sold bankers for-, China for five year with much foreign su pervision oi the cipenJituie of th loans to be m-jXd.c, amounting- to rangement temporary advances. Both the acting, premier, Lu Siang, and the finance minister Ilsi[ declared that the acceptance of terms w ould me.ii pany, who: were at rehearsal. at th-e were badly- shocked, although none of them Injured. At Three Hills the lightning struck he hotel, getting it on fire i mined mte- Y, a IS-gallon taoJv of gasolln sed in 'connection with the lisb'ting yitera of the hotel. This tank emoved and, the conflagration was lien checked, .but .not before it hac one considerable damage, as the fire tarted in several at'once.. A very barn across the was al- o struck, two valuable horses being illed, and soniti hay set on fire Reports from other sections of the rovince show that several buildings struck and that the storm bile not lasting long, was severe it lasted; LEFT TO LOOK OVER THE FENCE U8TR1A AND BELGIUM ARE RE- FUSED SLICE OF BIG CHIN- ESE LOAN June applica- wi 'to tbe six interested Powers on te part of the governments of -Aus ria and Belgium for participation in le Chinese re-organiza on loan, have not met with favor, It is said here thai the powers be- eve the negotiations would be great- complicated permitting other to participate at the present me. In addition, it ia felt that either Belgium nor Austria has aa real an Interest in China as the six owera now negotiating 'to make the an. Superintendent Ford was not very Cordial (Continued from front page) HERE IS AN INDUCEMENT- Sydney, June. Common- ealth government has inaugurated bonus system for all babies bom Australia. The illd in to be bonus for each ORT WILLIAM'S NEW MAYOR Fort William, Ont, June ed, Tras elected mayor Oo; fill B Vacancy cauied by. the reufgna- of Mayor IIU majority A Gross Injustice There was one question, however, which he was. asked to explain, and which seems to the Board to be a gross injustice; Rates 'on fruit from points in Washington are SO per hundred pounds, coming in single crates. But coming-in carloads, the rate is fifteen .cents higher, being I The Board was at a un-, this it ib in direct contia vention of all laws of freight and ex- press rates. However, Supt. Ford answered by stating that the rates .were quite right as they stand, that does, not care for: the car load busi- ness and rather shipment? were" confined to the .smaller 'crated consignments. for the rates'in said .hat 'the railway commission had ati horized them, and he rikVnot see that inything could -be done to change hem. The Board little from 'this Interview he head-of the express company, and t is likely thai now a case will he re pa red to be piesented to the Board of Railway when ,the various discrepancies, will be pointed out. It will he remembered that last year about this tinie was made by the fruit dealers that the rates had becir raised frbnf" Walla Walla 'to, Lethbridge from J2.40 to ,a difference of and mak- ing the rates -to Lethbridgei almost one dollar per hundred higher than the rates to matter was laid before the 'Railway Commission, with the result thal( even before the case wan heard at. Kipp, the express company had.promis-cd to put the old rate Into they did 'with- out dela> H thought that when corao of the glaring of the rates now in effect are placed be- fore the Board that the.-pity wlllget Immediate relief In the matter, not only -the ot the min istrv. but the secession of the south crn provinces 'The Chinese sa> tha if ..the 'bankers insist upon tlieir terms thev will look elsewhere ior tliemou ev While the bankers did not expect an immediate acceptance of their pro- posal they had .hoped for a favor- able reception. They believed it woult be impossible ior China to obtain loans of any size through other chan- nels are confident that the pres- ent impasse is onh temporary CBEA.T FIRE CHICOUTIMI Montreal, Que., June tele- phone message received this after- says a disastrous -fire is raging in Chicoiitimi district. The cathedral at Chicoutimi has been destroyed. Tho oonBumei dollar for .owl- IhP farmer Iws thap fifty r H, Wte itu Uie rest? Hoi even if It should be Attractive and trtiitic as possible. Thcrerore the the should re- ceive the careful and CODSldcration WAIL COL001S the home'.nuktr to produce irtis- tic and permaiient effects never bcfotc peeitble. Itis the new finish for plaster and metal walls and ceilings. Fine tor burlap. Silkstone is durable .tod not effected by steim be'thoroughly cleanw with warm water and pure Caitils Sutublc fo th Writing to the Herald'from Faith, Alberta, on the line of the Lethbudge- Wejbuin blanch, Andrew a settler in. that vicinity, makes the complaint that.he does not believe the Herald has been fair: in writing so many stories regarding the build- ing of the C P R Leihbridge Wej burn line He states irhat a year ago last winter Herald stated 'that work on the line would be started last summer, but uothiug was done. Then this spring ftbere have been several stones agadn about the large amount of grading already done, while Mr. Anderson claims that but very few miles of the graded so far. With all the delay. In construction of this much needed line the settlers in ihe "Faith community are of the opinion that the should take a hand in getting the roa-d, rushed through, as many oC the farm-i ers of the district, have been waiting 'or three years for the_ road, am think ithey should not be kept wait ing anv longer i The Herald may say in explanation of the articles i which have appeared time to Ume aneut tills road, that the farmers are ho more anxious to see the line in operation than the Herald is.. Th-a Herald has agitated .he early building of the Lethbridge- Areyburn line' ai' every opportunity, and 'believes last the" farmers will soon have road 'which, is to make the district east ol Stilling one )f the best'in well "will leturn alter part of this week jAraong lose who recruited from j your grocer for it. l-ai'ge .quantities -at JIagraih grown 'strawberries are now oh the market. 'They are'particularly. large ftnd lus- cious, and are selling at 25 cen'ts per quart. Considerable work has "been done on the tanal tins jeai, providing em number of the lesidents of The C P R are making on their to :thie viciiiitj Last Town Council plowed land cultivatetifthe grounds around, the itovn hall, and. planted the plot to lawn They also fenced tbe grounds, and the spot is; now greatly enhanced from the stand point of neat ness. The Council are tolbe congrat- ulated on 'their, excellent work. Grades eight and nine commenced writing on'the'government examma tions this moinmg, Mr Lowe, of Card Eton, presiding Theie is a 'number of .candidates leet arid "Principal ,Wolf iB.cohfide.nft that most of'them..will, No wjill Ije held in gra'th on Dominion Dai, "but on lulv 24, Magrath Day, be obseHed in a most appropn ate fashion Prepaiations for the enuig will be commenced shortly ft is piobable that all the Alagnth pco pie will spend the Faist of lulj either ait Uajniond, Cardbton or St Man 9 River. P BURNS WINS APPEAL Oalgin Tune 24 %ai delivered by the .Supreme- Court en bane on Saturday, in the Go assessment case The appeal wai allowed in tbe case of certain parcels of land which were held to ed too high PHONE 471 POST OFFICE BOX 98 The Wall Paper Question i ISN'T A QUESTION, you buy "your Papen from the Revlo Co, tne SAMPLES AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED PROMPTLY Co. Painters and Avenue South Painting and decorating Experts In Interior decorations If you have B partloulai job consult us Advice cheerfully given See our Llncrusta Walton work at the Hotel. WELUNGTON BROS. 613-1Mh St S. EXabllahed 1197 1472 ;