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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 V' EIGHT tHI LETflBBIDCK DAILY BKRAL0 SATOIPAV, MAY 9. ItU TUii CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE MS DtSTAlXKD SAFETY DEPOSIT LODGI TOOK Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policiet or vther valuables in one of these boxes ptnrnntB Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. OF CANADA THREE ENU BYE- ELECTIONS OF Accepted Abroad Like OttNatimalCnrrncies Wherevar you go ycur Travellers-Cheques issued by 1he Union Bank of Till be accepted freely at their suD value This is plainly statad on the cheques, in all leading currencies of the world, so there can be no mistake, issued in denominations of SiO, and J200. Valueless without jour signature, and therefore safe to carry. A. CRA5SY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH B. KINO, Acting Manager TINNING, Manager THEROYALBANKOFCANADA INCORPORATED 1S6S Capital Paid Up ReiemsFundi -f- _ -_ 180.000.000 London-Mar the three bye- elections pending, in Grimsby is eeitainly the mteiestm? Grimsby is scarcely A place high thought on Impciial mavcrs is Hkelv to he general. The whole town b> the ashing mdustrj, that, included in the constituency in Giociterpes, which for n generation has struggled hard to secure popular- itv .as a sea-side resort. The male inhabitants go trawling and the wives fish for hbliday-mak- eis seeking lodgings Tlie late Sir George Dought, a I trawler owner himself ami a man oi (the people, coming of local Wesloyan Ut.oek, had a way with him in Great Griiiisby, ami it was said he could never he defeated on whatever .side he van, and he represented the town as both a Liberal and a Unionist, i As a matter of fact he was deicat- j ed in the January election of 191f? hy a Radical, but won back the seat in the'electiou of tue followmg Decem- ber, when his majority was 698..He had a nondetful personal nopularit) and this of course was a, great asset TO the local Lmeaist ''suse Now undoubtedly there is a chance-that the Liberals may win back Ibis seat, Jtth-ch at the present juncfiue must [be regarded as significant FtSH-AMKJ UI ELECTION" Both the present candidates, Unionist, and Alfred Bannis Liberal, "are natives of the .soil, or rather belong to its. home-waters. Jhe former is a jam-maker and the latter a trawler owner, and the pres- ent contest- in fact is known locally as the fish-and-jam election. The Un- ionist candidate starts bis election- eering daily at fouj- a. m., address ins meetmss in the earlv grev hours at the dockside as tbe men put oS to sea oi nib eight sons are working equally hard for liim. The TRAVELLERS' LETTERS OF CREDIT alit. CHEQUES, throughout worltf. s, DRAFTS nM, tlnet BANK MONEY ORDERS. MONEY tr LETHBRiDOE BRANCH J. A1TKEN, LINCOLN ON THE TARIFF (HCraee White, in X.Y -Evening Peat) rTlie; "Eanriliar l Lincoln quotation" copj from the Philadephia-j ledger; but which have nqfbeen find in any authentic works of .the, must be a fiction. The 'Quotation is in these "I do, jj'ot knoTP much abbulr the tariff, but I know this much, when we bujv manufactured goods abroad we get the. goods and the foreigner gets the money. When we buy manufact- goods at home get the goods aod tie money thinking that never eaid .this Is that he was not a fool He knew that a good rule must In the case suppos foreigner :nad oursftlyes could.double their wealth by not trad- ing at..all. How strange that'the world before discovered this nieth'bd-nriimassing riches hy abolish- ing commerce altogether! "In the Midst of Life" Not long since a prominent young .business man was granted in- surance in The Imperial Life, He passed the rigid medical examina- tion required, and so expected to enjoy many years of good health. A few days later he was drowned, and in lew a month from the day fail inwr- ance was issued hii father had been paid the proceeds. Perhaps jcu expect to lire for rainy you may But suppose ydu dw next week Will your widow then have to face a life of drmlecry' Or, wiH you, uhile you still have the opportunity, provide for her an income as lonf as she Write today lor free information to how thii can be done. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO I B. Willde, District laufer, letttrifce HEIUW WANTS U.M.W. OF A FOR point on lich the Unionilsts most stronglr insist is that there must be no coercian. of Ulster. The- threat-su- ed intrusion of a Socialist candidate- has not materialized. Bannister glories m being a plain man who "can dp anything on a trawler from cooking a dinner to navigating the vessel. His speeches are5 of the shortest but far from conventional. whatever cost rebellion must be is a sentence in his of-the Colorado miners to belong to Rockefeller, jr could presented the United Jlmo Workers of America the loss of life in Coloiatlu by faVur- as inherent and the establishment of a settlement of the coal strike a labor union among them as essen a meeting of operators and tial to the pressrvation of peace, the miners, according r-tcV a '-statement is- establishment of 59Cial justice and a suctt today by :the International Ex- imposition of pcutiip Board of Lulled Mine unjust conditions in the future of America in session here out the protecticn of the labor organ- "There can be no iurnmg back or nation what chances has an tummg aside. The sacrifices already dual miner in dealing with powerful made-are too financial interests" .well organized .and strike as represented Rockefei-" with Standard Oil The! statement reviews the and continues v "Ue deplore the ol lue, ac- tions of uolence and destruction oi property Wej are for election address IMIICU he amplified i of Jbcty een ralber startlinKIj an the platform 4 exercised "Caison and the otlieis ought to all tjmes, toward right j shoi; were ;of England 11 dealmgs.Qjl, r would shoot them mi he ei-l The raisers ;a claimed, and since then his post'has brought him-.paper fire arms.and a gilt crown. VT In Northeast John Plc-wright Houston, former mayor of JMansfield, is the official Liberal i NEW SCHOOL PRESINT FACILITIES NOT 8UF- WANTS A STATION AGENT Ktstlav, May 8 Claude Ruthven has leturned from Minneapolis, where. j ho had Uec" to receive medical treat- ment. He is much improved Oeo. Ulholt 1ms returned Horn Re- gum, where he had, heen to usit his family, and hat- asuln taken up his duties foi the Ogilvic Co at Uetluw aro very glad to wel- come lam hack (te not sec why, if there wholesale houses iu Lothbridge, they ao not advoitisp in their papers It would seem they do not want the fai mers' trade. They tan haidly blame the farmers if thev are com- pelled a turners' wholesale store of their own It is repoilccl that, the C. P. R will begin laung steel on the J5 miles oi new grade north-west of Refclaw iii the .near future. This will tonnect'up two or three more new t towns on this line ami w'H hasten j implement, in this new district and I will cause the people accommodated I fo call them blessed Tins raav check .the Ketlaw boom but will not hurt us m the long run. i Seeding is about done in this part of Alberta.'The-conditions have has- tened this and a good three davs' ram would be welcome The hens are all to set these (iajs, and it is hard work to get eggs enough to set them with Look out, poor folks, eggs will soon: be higher Better stock up while thej i are fiesh and low price Thej willj keep iresh for months m anj coofj cellar, if packed in sait t Rev F ti cut. uicteii services m the U F A hull Sundaj evening He hail held ser at KoHmg Green and Lone Star earlier in the da) There was a gcotl attendance in spite of the tteathei not being the 'very best; Our tram on was late as usual. They.had full trains both ways and it looks -as though--we 'should haie an agent for our fine new tie pot soon. Ketlaw now has a board of trade. Our next 'move will be to incorpor- ate, and- the matter of providing scliool priulcgti for the large num- oi small children row living here 'fmfsi; he attended .to soon. It is too fai tv them to walk three'miles i in all kinds of weather. COFFEE No Substitute And SEAL BRAND COFFEE Knows No Superior; CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. NO 'DUTY ON' BRITISH BBAN A. ruling has been made by the treasury department ;at imdeflne new Unff law, wheat brah produced ground in England is entitled to admission into the United States duty, eVea tho' the wheat is grown-In Canada. The law imposes a duty on grain and products when impelled from a country imptiSIb'g kvdilly; 'o'n'a similar jrtlcle exported from the Uiiited' States into that country. Theiefore Uie applies- when wheat or its pioducts is Imported from Canada, because Canada, imposed a duty on but doea not apply in case ot -England, which does not impose a duty ou wheat from the United States. Glean and Sanitary-this is possible with hard, lustrous black enamel finish on The fallacy in -the saying didate, -but the large mining iate-rest. conslsts in the misuse of the word j in the constituency has decided .to money. buy-goods abroad: support James Martin. There is therefore, a split in the Government vote, which is covertly regretted by both sections. At the last election it j we do not pay for them with money. Built to burn natural A rub with a soft cloth keeps i smooth nickelled trimmings 5ood as new, 40 styles. See the McClary dealer. sia NATURAL GAS, LIGHT A APPLIANCE co., t- Blue Ribbon unie alter xiine, rlor a conference is quit work only after pten fused a healing repffitlsdl} dent the1 are employees ceased and still idle The statement asserls "The statement circulated hy. the coal representa- tivcs that ten per cent, oi their ployees were attempting to force 90 prr cent, is absurd and unqualifiedly iras a straight light between Labor liaise. The small number of employees and" Unionist, the'former n inning b} j Mexicans, Japanese and ineoinpe- Maiol Dowden, the Unionist, tent strAe-brGakers candidate, is popular in the dirision, "A lonS list of persecutions culmin- being a strong local non-conformist, atcd in the massacre of Ludlow on and he has a decided rhance unless I APril M' T1'8 brutality of the gun the government supporters unite on a j mm seemed at that: time .to have candidate. reached its climax. After the battle In Ipswioh, London, J..C. Gair- i was over, eleven children, ranging in sccii, a barrister ot Wimbledon, will "Se froln six months to ten years, be the Unionist candidate, hut the two women whose bodies were Liberal choice has not been made. blackened and were taken from the smoking rates o! their de- stroyed homes. The .state "of. Color- ado was covered with shame while enue, B. "C.t Mar G.-Previmis to the fation looked Ting for Willis Ross, for-! fouler crime or more brutal Fi lea merly city clerk, was presented with deed was ever recorded on tbe pages valuable club bag by hi: workers of the city hall staff. Since April 30th the city police have not made an arrest uotrith- feliow; of American history. "This is an awful sacrifice, all v of which could have been avoided if John D. jr., who occu- standing the crowds who were here during the May Day celebration. pies such a powerful position in the financial world, had spoken one word 1 triKTi-i COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You inay be the best cook in the world, but If the: you use Is poor you cannot gel ftctory iiiwaya use Blue Ribbon Baking it mahea the lightest and- best pastry and cakM. the standard ot quality in Teaa, JeHy, Snlces. HBBON COFFEE James Johnston, of the Provincial, favr'rinS settlement through Gownment building was presented i meetlII8 the representatn-cs by the Club with a! oi Ihc coal companies and beautifully engraved medal in scntatives of striking4employees, ation of invaluable services rendered. The many friends of the Rev. Walton will regret to hear that he has 'resigned the rectorship of j Christ church, the resignation lo ,j take effect, June 30th. The twefve-year-old son of James Gash, who has been under'the care of a specialist in Spokane, has re- turned to the city, all hopo of saving ;his eyesight having been given up. T. Clarence Luey, St. Louis, repre- senting the Missouri Mule, is in the licv. A. E. Bruce, of EIko, is reg- 'And how shall this battle of cx- 'termination go on It is no longer a struggle for social justice, but in-; stead the humble miners in Colorado, are fighting the battle of the common people against tbe powerful corpora- tions associated with D..Rocke- feller, jr. ''Shall these powerful interests crush and destroy the hopes, ambi- tions and aspiration of those striking miners and their families-? "The. an- swer must be 'no.'. There can be no turning back or turning aside. The'sacrifices already made "arc too The slaughter of the innocent istercd at tlio Fcrnie. i L While travelling "aboiit fifteen miles I demands fromrtis our fullest measure an hour on a motorcycle at the race I devotion. track yesterday evening, B. F. Wai- "w'ith resolute purpose and iace was thrown about fifteen feet, sustaining painful injuries, though fortunately not breaking any bones. of trees to be distributed free to ev- eryone who will plant them. This is part of the program for beautifying the city. COL. STEELE MAY BE NEXT INSPECTOR-BENERAL Ottawa, Ont., May Is rumored here today that Col. Sum B. Steele, D.O.C. Military District Xo. 10, Win- nipeg, 'will bo the successor to the late General Cotton, inspector-general ,of Canadian forces. firm dsterrainatlon thn United Min6 Work- of America hereby pledge them- selves to support the-mine workers in Colorado and'aid them s contest goes on even though it lasts for a period of ten until their rights are recognized and ,'an wage settlement can be brought about, "We pledge the support, of. the international organization., anil hereby solemnly declare our unyielding pur- pose, (o supply them with financial iKlp and moral support ulitil their mills are recognised ;md an honor- settlement brought able aliout. "We deem the of the tishl Don't be satisfied with anything less than an Edison Phonograph Throughout the history of sound reproduction Mr. Edison has blazed the trail. Every important step has been conceived first in his mind. He is the acknowledged master of acoustics throughout the world. epioducw; Powerful Mot AmbwoJ His recent triumph is the Blue Amberol Record It came after countless experiments with all its stfengfh of volume, sweetness of quality and lasting endurance. To bring out the remarkable tone of this new record demanded a new reproducer. He invented The Diamond-Point Reproducer cabinet. Hear a Blue all we .ask. Your Edison dealer will play over as many asyou _ n like.Wearecontenttpleave Ct the verdict with youf ear. With it there is none of the annoyance of changing the needle after each record. The diamond is as much a part of the phonograph as its beautiful A COMPLETE LINE OF EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS WILL BE FOUND AT THE PEOPLES DRUG CO. PHONE 445 13TH STREET NORTH Kenny Allin, Limited, Drug-Book Store 5th Street, South Lethbridge, Alta. ;