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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, May 10, J912 "Salafe" Tea "Hill-Brown" tea has the small, tender with hill, rich, fragrance, redolent of the spky tropics. "SALADA" U frown bigk up on the of Ceylon-with it. iwtiw ud held captive in, the padugw. MEEN WARNER'S TAX RATE IS SEVENTEEN MILLS VILLAGE COUNCIL ACCEPTS THE OPFER OF A PARK SITE (Special Earner Mn 9-rne steeple at ihe 1( athohc church looKs imposing tlie addition to it ot symbolic The building will be ready 'for service in n couple of'weeks. Notice has :been given contractors and builders bv the building commit- tee that tenders will be received ior thi HALTS BANDIT AUTO BY THRILLING LEAP FROM MOTORCYCLE POLICEMAN SPRINGS INTO CAR GOING FORTY MILES AN HOUR AFTER CHICAGO ROBBER Chicago, Mar Two'efflctoat mot- orcycle policemen yesterday pub u sud- den damper ou the ambitions of a of automobile band'.ts that apparently bad started out to emulate In Chicago the series oC crime lucent ly cciuim It- led by the Apaches of Paris Within four hours after the gang had beaten Into Insensibility and rob- bed of ?1000 tbe cashier of a banking, concern two "motor policemen" had I rim down their chauffeur and extorted j ii confession from htm. Tho disclosures made by this man are expected ere those tha placed the oblfgation to be accuraf other obligation and the outnumbered the journals who studie to thrill and snock their leaders an studied, There wer some that'behaVed vvith a dignitj an restraint "the best tradition of British 'Journalism and it is fni to mention partic'ularly the New Yor orld for innv jears th World and the'Journal were'in a clas oj reinrds senaationa! ism Thousjndsnof peoole kne'v the New York World ten years ago and not seen it regularlj mnce may suppose that the AVorld is stil to be found among the "yellows." They would be'astonished to read in aha paper on Friday morning the follow ing statement: "The World-prints, no photogt aphs this morning of th for an hour or two at a time and ate lunches snatch ed as they flew about their duties Many of them dirt not have thei clothes off In that time. Hundreds of Outside Reporters Outside reporters from as far as Winnipeg went to New York early in the week, some taking their own telegraph operators along with them BO that there would be 110 delaj in sending out the story to ers many huudvedg-of miles awa_v.: Ii has .been.estimated that there were not fewer than 500 outside newspaper- men In ISew lork to meet the Car pathia Before could get to bad to present their ere dentlals the munjuool and federll departments Scopes of them lived in ocean going tugs "along the coast for the better part of a week in the hope that, they might have an opportunity to secure some exclusive scrap of information. The fact that the Car pathia remained dumb to wireless calls'intensified the excitement, and had1 any irtanMjeen able to break through that barrier of silence his ex- ploit would-have insured him n pen- sion'for the rest-of his life, so intense was the desire the newspaper edi; tors to get-, early and authentic news from the survivors of the disaster. It was the absence this news that inspired so many "fakes The Greatest Story Veteran newspapermen in, New York: who can speak from an exper- ience fifty years''say" that writing the -story of the wreck of the Titanic was the.'biggest, task ihey ac- complish in all thai, tirao The Slo ofj the tlie Johnstown.flood the earthquake the earthquake .Fra'ncisco are, among ,tbe big stones of late but in nearly .all, or inese ;uie nterest was somewhat localized ;he titanic there victims from A STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT OF CO. nearly every city in the United-Statea j.nd hien whose names were world fa- nous. New York was not'more in- erested than Denver or Chicago than Philadelphia. HILL INTERESTS TO MINE OWN ORE Duluth, Minn., May the ox- ilration of the 'United States Steel Corporation leases on the Ii.n proper ies in 10L5, .the Hill interests will ine their own ore, and enter the mar- accord- ng to E M Philbm, manager of the ore properties. This does.not will be cheaper ore. I. H. COMPANY'S HEAD TALKS ABOUT SUIT TO DISSOLVE ALLEGED TRUST The following statement of Cyrus H. McCormick, president of the Inter- national Uarvcstetr Company, is made in connection suit for the dissolution of trust: The International .Harvester case differs radically' in its facts from all ea Law; Tne International Harvester Company was organized. -ror >tne- purpose of securing economy in the.manufacture! and sale of .harvesting machinery, and] oC increasing-the foreign trade. It had no water In Its capitalization, and it lias earned only a .reasonable return on; its than seven per cent, per annum average. The prices. its machines, are now sub atantiallj the same as la not withstanding an increase of. .15 per cent, in raw material prices-and 30 icr cent, in wages.., The company las caused.a large saving to Ameri- can farmers in. the cost of agricultural mplements. It has increased its for- lign trade. Jn agricultural implements ourfold in nine years; its foreign sales fn over It .has hot sold cheaper-abroad than at home. Its .treatment of its customers, its employees, its agents and its com- petitors ..has been in. accord with the highest standard oMlhics and honor- business methods.. To the farm- or it has given better.service and bet- taf tnach'nfiB ag8pts 3 J a less hazardous and fluctuating busi- ness; and to ;its employees it -has given bigher wages, imp-roved; and saultary working condition insurance against sickness, accident and old age, and a share in'the profits The charges of misconduct found in the bill have been met and ed by the company in other cascjs; and they again fail, because thcj me untrufl...The Supreme Court of Mis soirri, in a suit In which these charges were fulh gone into siid :0n .the whole, the evidence shows that the Fnternatlonal Harvester Co. has not uged its power to, oppress or njure the- farmers who are its cus tomers And again: The price of harvesting machines 'has not increased in proportion to the increased cost of: construction or tha Increased merit of -the machines, and respondent has brought other., fjirm 'implements into trade. "The evidence also shows that the machines manufactured by the'Inter- national Harvester 'Company have been greatly Improved in quality and the Hem of repair material has been reduced in price and placed within closer reach of the The. this company act- ed under the advice of able counsel, the sincere lieHot that, they were violating no law; K under later decisions .it should be held that tho law.was violated, it could only! be through the creation .of a power to oppress..which has exer- cised. More than six years ago the com- pany asked for He Investigation by the United States Government, and opened all its books and Vecords for inspec- tion, and furnished all information re- quested. No suggestion of: any change in its business methods.has been made to' it by tho any time. Recently, a full and frank discussion of the wliole situation had "the-Tepresentativesi'jOf the government and the company, in an honest desire upon-both sides to avoid litigation. Some -planr-may yet bo which will obviate the neces- sity of any protracted litigation by satisfying the claims made under the Sherman Act without seriously im- pairing the economic advantages and benefits secured by the organization of this company. No form of..reor- was. suggested by the government which seemed Tactically', possible. r The government has been careful to avoid- embarrassment to -the for- from the the bill makes no attack upon, and seeks j no .change in, the export business oC j the company. The filing of the bill I will in no-way interfere with the com- y pany'a carrying on Its 'business the same as heretofore. REPORT OF TURKISH VICTORY Home, iVfay official is- sued today, declares that the Turkish despatches received from the gover- nor of Rhodes, to the effect that the Turkish troops had won a great vic- tory there, and captured is -false. On the it is stat- ..Turkish governor of Rhodes and his [secretary are prisoners of the Italians, and-will''he sent to Italy. Only the best and purest malt in our own breweries, on the banks of the River Stow, Worces- tershire, England, is used in the manufacture of this famous HOLBROOK WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE ;