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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mwnhv. May THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HER AM) Page 3 If il's iljilil why i-huii-ie il? A nuilii- (ilicily of models 'is cviitnii'c llml Ilic nisiktr is slill i-xpcrinii-nliiic. Tlifi-f is lull one Ford imitU-l. Anil for (inr rapidly i.uMork's licen iibk- lo all we cuulvt it is rijjlil. Our f.ictoile-i hasp j-roduied itioro llian a nuar- tor of a million MoiU'l 1'ritcs. llunabout, TOLrlUE Car J75U; Toun Car all eiuljiliiotit. For jiaitic- iLlcirK ucl "l-'oril iulcrOhling niobili- Jl's free -froi'l U'dlkorullc f.iclory. FurJ Motor L'ouipanj ol Cdtidda, Lim- led. W. U. VUM'UE 1232-3rd Avenue Soulh, Lclhbrldsc NEW PALACE OF PEACE 1REATEST RALLY 'OF BUSINESS INTERESTS IN CITY'S HISTORY (Coaltailed from (rout Mr. Tracy was there and ne Not n hh blandish- the crowd. ment of speech, or oratorical device. rlU personality dotatuatei! on tlio SJCCGJS scored. He remarks ou llie u In this building at the Hague, Holland, which U largely the gift of Andrew Carnegie, all future conferences of the Hague Tribunal will be held. Agitations on foot last nlghtjof H scat Maidr Lam rente for oraches the lolfcc to clear tlie streets. STORV OF DOiNGS IN 'NORTHERN COPS ARRESTED Kdson, Alia., May The citizens of Edsou cxcHea to ttio highest pUclio between six and seven o'clock Jail uiglit Tihcn Chief of Police Wilson accused a prominent young man, Frank Kitcr, of assault on a Enrl nfter learning different, struck the man with his fist at llie same time using as abusive fangucse as a man can use. Later he further iusultc-tt hfrn and arrested him with drav-n re- volver the man ofterert no re- mittance. After securing bail, Kltcr proceeded to have a warrant sworn Inspector of Ihtj R N. W. M. I', and several other charges were Ir.ld ugalnst Cblet his brother, alto a member of the lores. In tho moatiUmo Ihe ordered the r p to clear tho streets anti Ibl3 (o tho fury of the already ex- pited mob, put them in a mood to follow and Jeer at the police, Tho brolhcta slnrtert to parade main street with drawn and with threats, things moving until the Mounted Police came to 'serve the arrant for ihelr arrest. The Chief Fubmlltc-d for a moment, but his brother started Etriking right and loft at tho people on the- sidewalk, and consequently jvas roiled in the street, The Chief, seeing this, his revolver, but was soon overpouor oJ, but during tho rnit-uii Severn' shots wore all going wide o tiielr mark. The chief and his broth ur vtero both badly beaten up by the ir.ob and were finally placed under ar- irother is nursing minor farunes about lie face and body. res uttertd carried a mes- Tliere a deep resole re- d lo back Traty and co- oycr.iU' iu uie ho has under- taken. The city is obiigiiion to the V. C. T. for retepilon. It drew' men together thin aL> fucciion heM hi ihe cily. It was for the tuy di.J ii >uH du lue nty good, "l t'e raiigemeiics vvtre uncle an to uomfoit anil ihe entertainment was eict'Uut. McCau prcsHM, bis EfJiieU the K lesi ft tlie- even- orna- tncnicd potted iloftcri. The Speeches Mr. McCaw in opfiiisiK, briefli wel- comed them all and railed on J. IL Tabor to more Tracy in behalf of th" C T >lr. Tabor levealed himself a closer---leaVpr many of flu ;races of an, orator as liu diluted on the elopment of the tity. t'io of its and tliu ot its future. Mr. 'I abor corned Mr. Tracj and pledged hin tlie unanimous co-operation :inii sup- trl of the commercial ira The Dear Old Dad A. II. McKcown, v.ho nab iniroducci as a charter member of Winnipeg a in laary councils of thc I'. C T., described as tKe of I-fitf Iridge branch, and in speakius tol cf the objects of thc organization ac Hie fine bunch of men v. lio belonged to it. Comtncicial travellers are w.a> s al to iheir town, and 3 Tracy voulri flr.U in tbtui great help- urs m his wosk. The City Dad ilardlc next introduced He had lived here many jears aa seen such a gathering before The city a. .dc-ht of grat tiide to the commercial travellers ib's had llred the nith nbiiion and with the sense luios ttheu they get lu bum what they caa do, and lu- uiguM 1 to (.o-ojjerate Vklth tfia Hoard of rade whlcli would be at Mr ack to the utmost had had tho coal and farming r jears to get iu shape for rowth, but no nearer tie for- gn capitalist We have a cnflemau 11 ho has had to ell us IIQU to utiliie our tbe eml aiuifil .iL ilei do ii in tho :n-.i? oa serve, jou bim sji-j-oit, Lei els your abidance just in tliat H.C.I- Lc return you thu iiHJitj I on bave hireJ in briusini; liiiu Tbe nian wlio on tlii i.r in lie 'iu coji'-eiiiiicn as cinlcal and repealed 4 of aith iti the city Is not d scud utizcrt nd is not Joins his duly. Ik is him- himself and lnuting us is .ol room iu this city for any pnstr, Mr. Ives urged co- and iu cuy Lethbridge Leads C. r. P. Conylearc K.C called on o fpeak for the professional de- iiered a speech leminUwtit a; limes, nd opUraiRtit. Mo described loudltions -7 >ears ago and told oi be reasons why he sejeued t-efh- ic as his place to loraic. He t lake build iut faith bad and ie had 110 about Ihn lirlou be- ns realized. He'said commercial raveilers goiug out.revc-iled tlie fra- porJance of Lethbridge as a distnhul- ng poiui and piedick'J tb it m a few years tlie number S'c in (he lundreds. I.eihljrltEiie is bound 10 be grest dlstriocliui; ,c2nire. The coa mines have greatly heliiod a LI! wii ontinue to help jud 10 employ a' I; loi the I', ilou. In Hie iraETlc Ldd do local Iieight March. 1{ is pssi tho ibroush 111 MUK'tl Eliy jht ij-1 tent. 11'. ibe busl- LOndiifuLs iu and oyi of f.eth- atitl H R tut wfciit uas sonio- ts litftrj on thy Tbty lud he p-T iu ;i for more J. Tlut iu itself Ht-d ojr bL.nne.-s vds on t'-ie bocm. he .Ikd a loocttr and he as uot of it. The comjuir.} lopulatfan. Conybeare arc- here this >ear fcr larger aud freight Mr. Trite in a stale- to the Hoard of Trade an increase would make the preset-! haiiiJling fjtihtie.-i oiuiri'U in- adcijuale. Jle iissijjeU -Mr, Tracy t-jil opr-raU- ae far us ar.d caid Li5 office ivas ojieneJ ubt'ii conM bt- of sen Ice to him, and thai hiUiaiiou lio to retailer as well as in tbe cit> in search of information. The Live J. Balden si-oht brioilj for the promtFiRj; Mr. Tracj ihe ettorts uf that body. Mr. AilKii Jack tlie ir-ss of llje IMiihillou and M .lolinson ihoso trf thi- Amc-rkan re Eidcnls ear he yOOO saclis; th second "0.000 s-jofes Uc then realize that be had to a new an came to Lcthbtidpe, find the trad bad groft n ?o thai iast ear Ihe shipped ItS.OC'i) to Hoog Kong Mr. (Jrccn re.id an excerpt fiom Hong Kong agent's IcHcr In whlc he guaranteed to lake b.ij month and c the l.cthbridge mill the preference if they could suppl the flour, i ApplJuise.) Mr. said (hey couldn't h to do hags a monlli lie the limit. They had lo hiiic ceased to meet tho forelg trade. He was pleased tho connc nad granted cheap It was th cheapest power in Canada from th inanuf.icturcr'6 sMndroinf. There f no further nocd (o fret ahoui pn When he firct carno lo Alberta lie hfi lo pack tils ?rip and go out and so1 the mill's product. He must been the only traveller hero then .VOTV there are 100, a jcar henc there ftould be -00 -7-ith headqtiaTlcr lr> Lethbrldgc. Ten years ngo the had the only elevator in the south row there are 200 u'.lh a capacity o bushels. ?n contlusilon h itessGil his thr; fit acd tntcrnnl Btoiago ova ton i mat [on given. Jle then praised, tlia splendid: Jol of riien, the U. C. T., ul done hint such a grot was just like travelling men to d injthSng of the kind. Salesmen mak ihe world go round. In the bnsi A arid particularly salesmanship the greatest prop we hire. If he 'was whit A "Wolfe Toddy" is ifie ideal "Night-cap hot waler. (cmon and sugAr. and a iMncgtan of Wolfe's Aromilic SchifcUm Schnapps, and jou a toddy fcl for a King. You will "sleep "like a wate in iKc morning with the cold arrested, and a freedom from thosa aciici in the joints and pains la the bad, Thai "Wolfe while you sleep, fi as gone direct to ifie KM of the U has commenced a cure you can make complete by a glais of Wolfe's Iwicc a day for a day or two, 1 hen hen you feel as St EI a don't forge! what made you get inlo the Schnapps habit; Jiinfc it regularly, and >ou not sutfw cr kidney troubles. WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM. SCHNAPPS ii the uorlds greatest tomc-er.ergiser for sluggishness of ihe vital organs of ihe Obtainable at all Hotels and Rclait Stores, AGENTS Hudson's Bay Co. 3ll tlie tarth ;rc aud when man Allows uf the resQiiicfs he is uofili- jcnt if he LO: forth and find i demand fur ilie Aiunghty has jestotterl liicm PJ In Mr. Traty lie ivonM lil-c to defer any announce- lat-n.t oE pin UP lo laicr tliue. lie ask- ed for co-op era lion It is noi I, and Co. The policy of rccog- i is fundamental isith him and recognition lucreasa his oblisa- to ilieiii. Jle closed by astiins all to "put ihur hands Kvery complied. both bandE." L'p both hands. "Xow together reaching said Mr. acii this happy con- clusion he rcs'jmcrt liis seat, [lie audi- ence ruins and cheering vigorously, nnt] singing "F'ur lie's a Jolty Ocod FelIow.'J TE.e evening inttrspcrscd vith DETAILS OF AHE JUST TO GREAT DISASTER LEAKING OUT WORLD solids uiiuh, to say, won re rails Tho.cc contributing fuming, (Jcorge Mil ford, F- C. in the elfrv, uith Mr. Staversoa as accompanist- Mr. Sam T.-itL Mr. IL C. C. pUjed a on the and von i rail for nn cuiure. Sot (dc part of the afedeh work hv Mr. R. Oar- himself to IJG The travelers srncd daiaij' ti'icljts, and rofiec at the close a piioto uas taken hy La Kcilz for {publication in iJic "Sample Case" the U. C. T. organ, which iias a C-C-0 circulation London, .May of ono of the Rorit tragedies of modern Arctic exploration are filtering through from Bay, the northernmost point Spitztjergeu nhere the German expe- ditEcn under was lost during the winter. The party "which posed of 11 Germans and five N'or- in June last in tho ship Merzog Krnst. undor couimand of Capt. Ritscher. Jti August the chiy rnn ehort of and was supplied by the Hamburg-American liner Victoria Louise, which was Arctic. Nothing fur- ther was heard of the party until Rilscber armed alone at Advent Hay afler a long and lonely overland jojr- iey and reported that the disaster lad overladen the expedition at Wldge BQJ. HltEcber-lield out little hope of the members of ilic exr-fcdUion res- cued but of thc relief party set out, one composed of rConvcgians, tha other formr-tl hy employees of ths Xoithern Exploration Co, The latest news Jrom theae relief confirms tbc norat fears hi? disaster. Capt. Strasrad, tbe lead- officers oi Lclbbridge Council, 511, aros: Scntnr councillor, K, Co'ld union councillor, J. V. Cook past councillors, C. Cross; A H. McKeown sr.d W. J, Xclson achievement of human life EccretEFj-lrrasnrer. W- Ikslop cor, ic uould answer the making of trade, ihjclor, J. IL V. Tabor srnlEncl, D." the business transactions. us- Clemis page, C. W. .Manson scribe, lions whlch'are the most cul-lT. K. Yuill. lured and tire those which I The special cnteilatmnent rnmmtl- iradc the most. He illustrated by the! tec to whose t'Rorts the splendid suc- ctange in tlie Soudan in a years, cess of tf.r gather.ing is chiefly Aw, (ho country being trans for m cj fiom a i consisted of K. 1C. cliairman; Codd, V. K. Green, .1. V. Coot, T. K. VuiU and J. Ii. V. Tabor, er ot tl.e Norwegian relief patty, le- ports the death ot four members ot lio German expedition, nunely Delt- mere, Moser, Eberhard and Strive. w ere drowned, Ebcr- hard frozen to and deceit waste Inhabited hy naktd na- tives, trade having ?ionary and men luimaii actiikies. followed the ;ivon (he vision of Look over the uorld and see lhat trade takes place life is more and more uortli liv- Vrars ago in Chiraco bis co.nbinaiions of uuElnesses be- Jiig formed to rhcrinen production and eliminate expense and thus increase it decided to reduce llie selling forces. It naa a false plnl- osophy. The scai city of salesmen business and the big tr.ist? and every other combination have learne.i by experience that it Is abso- lutely to successful business that saksttianshfti be employed No matter how we treat commercial de- pression, financial stringency, to ic- cjll panics is to realize- 'thai no man has eser found thc withdrawal of salesmen a successful meihoil ot treating financial stringency. ue coin- plimenled thc city council on Ing great fnr.tlamenfal iirinclplo of business, that facing flic ccnditlous lint been faced IIITC liiey dc- lidtU fo put out bptler and more of tbcm. and he brJieicd llial policy lo be absolutely correct lie did i.ol believe in {Ue J.ITV of supply demand, ami if th Kcruie, Tte foot- hall team Vi.cnI lo Michel on the In cal train tf.Js ntocnittg. to play a game this evening nilh the team ol tliat place. John Harvey uas befurc tltc uly magistrate this nipmmg cliar stealing a coal and cap, the properly oi Albert Holmrs, fryni the King's, Hotel- llnlmen states that il is liis opinion tbat TIntvey u-as a ho thr one who btolc Hurt) dollars from him a short tune ago. Thc accused is now gut iiail Thc fire hrifrnde to an ahnn tiiis morning uhirh Ulc- 1 irtun tlie office of Philip Rpncrnl ami whole- sale liquors, antl arrived on the scene in quick titnf. In some tmkiiown way died an Dtutnchrocder- Si ran hiis not been found. He left he ship with three Germans on a sledge jojrney In August last and party has not since been heard of. it is supposed he crossed Hlnlopen Strait lo Xoitheast Land, a, and desolate region where food would ta extremely scarce. SNML10 C'ocruua, Spain, May can. delegation arrived here toilay on' board the Steamer Ipiranga (or the purpose of trying (o persuade Gener- al IJorfirio the former Mexican president, to return to ?.Ievfco ar.il undertake Ihe goverpmeat ol Jlre Jos. aged 42, was electrc- the steel plant at HamiU :on. a law Ct ought to be broken. There may be the question of mid demand but no Demand awakened and tbat is where the sales- man comes in nnd wheic imbllclly comes in. Dem Ami must be anakeneil NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES lie. eollrtJy diH-M.il (rom clhtrs bjlh In Ihtir cornfcsl- lion and evAcuattcn without 01 d scomforl. 11m dragjisl's. a fire sl-iited in sonic itran' in which oltiejj hart hccti The chemical tank was uscil first, but as that not sufficient, the ualcr uas iurneil No great amount ol tlor-o. For being drunk intenliclcd Turner-was given a bfntcnce- of thirty (Jajs by Magistrate Wfcimster today. late auditor for ihe P. Hums Lfcn appointcil grnoral manager oi 11 ccimpanj's interests in this district in place of James MHier, has, uith James McCool, UVen over thc Summit Hotel al Crow's Ncsl, for- merly ouneil and managed by Acdy U is Uncloratood that Mr. talker viU malic iis borne and headquarters bore, As (otJftj1 is for (he em- of the Crons Xtsl Pass Coal fomjianj, (he lot'jl uierchanfg THE WOfiLO'S WORK OEPENOS ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION Ttnm the capUin of inilusUy lo the hod mtlidy in the auto to thc woman wilh the scrubbing accomplishments of evcrjr one of na depend absolutely on Ilic accoaipb'sh- meuls of our stomachs. Backed by a To this IOM oE power no one need siibnit. Right habits ol' cuting. drinking, steeping and exercise, aWeo by Na-Dru-Co Djipepsia Tablcti, will restore and maintain the full eficieacy of Ihe hum a n tn and body, Kt-Drn-Co Dyspepsia TableU contain the pfiucipleft needed far Ite digestion of every Undof focxl. They go to the assistance of the irttVencd stociacb, and enable Ihesuifcret, tight from the start, to fti.sitnilatc aud pet bfnefil of Ihe food eaten. this essistahce, the regain tfcei'r tone, and soon is no longer necewarj-. If yourstoinacli is not wortiog jiro- ;