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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGENINI Famous for their low gas consumption and superior cooking qualities- All burners on Built to burn natural gas( are fitted with air mixer that gas. 40 different styles and sizes. See the McClary dealer. Natural Gas, Light Appliance Co., Local Agents.. THE LUXURY OF OCEAN TRAVEL. THE whole ship is yours.when you go abroad on Cunard-Canadian Line. The four big new ships on the Canadian-London Service "One Class Cabin" (II) liners. The main Dining Room, Lounge, Music Room, Piano, Orchestra, Writing Room and Library, Gymnasium, Smoking Rooms and Promenade! on open and closed decks, are at the pleasure of all one Cabin Passengers. The staterooms have 2, 3 and 4 berths, with wardrobes, electric light and fan, running water and under the control of the passengers. The New Magnificent "Aquitamn" New York, Flshguard, Liverpool for 3259 passengers, Ml feet long 97 ft. wide, From New York June 10th, July 1st, July 22nd and August 26th. Great Britain's Largest Ship, the Embodiment of the Provcd'Quaiities of the "Lusitania" and 21W Full information to sailine ddtci, and deacrip- 1iv> litartture to be from railway or stcMnihtp aeenVor THECUNARD STEAMSHIP CO. LIMITED. S. B. MITCHELL, LETHBRIDGE. Dr. Dyde's Magnificient Lec- ture Before Ad-Club Last Niht Those who diil.not hear pi. Dyde last flight missed a most -decided thai. This well knqivn educator and lecturer was scheduled to address public gaUiMing-undor the auspices of the LeUiferltlgc Ad qiub, but only a very Jeff oi the Ail Club members took advantage ot the opportunity, end Dr. Dyde gave a heart to heart chat, rather than an address, on Minging many old truths a delightfully refreshing manner and giving liis audience some new thoughts over which to ponder. He diii not alk.npt to arouse any enthusiasm. That already should ex- ist, he said. His object was to point out and remind his hearers just what it -meant to te a -Canadian. Some oi he said, "are prone to work along sectional lines. have parties, creeds and classes, and our enthusiasm is liable to be di- rected or diverted along these lines rather than toward the up'lltt of the nation as a whole. To be a Cana- dian in the truer and deeper sense, must be 'able to ses the national j CANADIAN NORTHERN TO BRISTOL Finest and fastest steamers from Canada. Large Outside Rooms, up-to-date Dining Saloon and Cafe. Elevators serving all Decks, Re- nowned Permanent Orchestra, Cablnes de Luxe with Private Baths.. Next Sailings from Montreal. R.M.S. Royal June 2 R.M.S. Royal Edward..................'..........i.Tuesday, June 16 R.M.S. Royal George ..Tuesday, June 30 .Ask any Railway or Steamship Agent for illustrated booklets, rates, etc.." Or _ A. H. DAVIS, General Agent, 583 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED i. Capital Paid Up Reserve Funds Total Atsets I CATIONS HavinE 370 Branches throughout Canada and the Bank possesses unrivalled facilities for handling collections with economy and despatch. LONDON, ENQ.. OFFICE. TORK AGEMCY;'.T.tlT. t.O. COR. WILIUH CCOA1I J. M. AITKEN, Manager. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH! Build Your Own Corrals Sheds BUILDING SLABS 8 ft. to ic for full carload, at mill. Cash with order. Big saving in. freight on account of Blairmore mill being close to prairies. CHEAP FUEL .Bry mill cuttings, car of atout 14 cords, ?30.00 pur carload at mill. Low frolght charges. FENCING Edgings, 0 ft., In bundles, at JZ.60 per cord at mill. McLaren Lumber Co. Did you ever try The New FOR THE Best 25c Meal IN THE CITY. TRY IT ONCE Commercial Oyster and Chop House 2 doors froul Lethbrldge Hotel II LIY Li ID -HIS" They Did Mi. More Gcod Than All Gttisr Treatments Combined Hat. H. WILLIAMS FAI.MSRSTCW, ONT., June 20lh. 1913 "I really believe that I owe my life to Ever since child- I under the care of Independent Firm Will Under- take Town's Staff Magfath, Altai, May a .spe- cial meeting of the town council held in the .council chambers yesterday af- tcruowi, and attended by every mem- hcr of the aideruianic body, the de- bate on tlio proposed special audit of the municipal books was resumed, resulting .In the secretary being in- structed to communicate with a num- oi well known lirms of account- ants with a view to securing a thor- ough and satisfactory audit of the records, it will be some time before the special auditor can be secured people on the street often asked me if I thought I could get along without help. r__ The same old stomach trouble and for distressing headaches nearly drove me wild. Some time ago I got a box of "Fruit-a-tives" asd the first box did me good. Myrhusband was delighted and advised a continuation of their use. completely cured me, wliicli will lie embodied m a written tatement will probably not be ready publication for at least two ,veeks. The meeting was quiet and orderly, the aldermen confining themselves strictly to the business in hand. It seemed to be the consensus of opin- Today, I am'iceliiiK fine, and a phy- ion that it the. ratepayers demanded sician meeting iiieou the street, noticed an audit it was clearly the duty of my improved appearance mid asked me j councjl abide their request the reason. I replied. "I am taWm; Anothct important" matter dealt with was the curtailing oi certain current expenses in the iorni of sal- aries. Two men now are regularly employed by the municipality, a sec- retary-treasurer and a marshall, the Frnit-a-tives-.'. He said, "Well, are making you look so well, go ahead ;and take them. They are doing more for you than I i Mrs. II. S. WILLIAMS. problems from the; angle oi "Fruit-a-tives'' are sold by all dealers atSOc. a box, 0 for 52.50. trial size 2ocV or sent on reccij.'? of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, HAT ENGINEER VICTIM OF MOTOR ACCIDENT .creed, party or language .-which we do not j profess. It is a discipline if-- us to get out of out own particular sphere into some other which is as essen- tially Canadian as'our own. There can 'tie no solution oi 'any Canadian problem that does not do'-justice to all elements of our national life." Dr. Dyde thought that the -Mieoiy oi race was sometimes carried to an ,-v ueaicme anti-Christian ami unphilosophieal ole-jv (Specia.l-C. H. C. P. gree, and lie quoted several passages jv from D'Arcy TMcCieo the great Roman Catholic conservative, who rejected the prefix British, Irish, Scotch or French-to: the. word Canadian, and who is the author of that great and high sentiment, "we must lift our- ii. engineer, and Glen Tumbull, Harry McEvv-cn, Mr. Chapman and J- A. McCar- were injured when their auto coming lledcliff latter also attending to the irriga- tion water. It was felt that one man could do the work, providing the '__________ J right one was employed, and thus a resolution was passed doing away with the present staff and instructing to call for applications j for the position of secretary-lreasur I er and stipulating the sal- I ary expected. This action was taken in pursuance to the policy of economy adopted by Ili2 present council early in the year and no doubt it will be a popular move with the ratepayers. However ;the municipal service in the past has> j been efficient, and both Mr. selves to. the level of our. destinies, tisin.v above all low circumspections, -we -must liberalize." The speaker j also quoted from -Sir CSeorge to bring out more forcibly the point he was trying to make. The speaker went ,en to say that in his opinion there was a steady dim- imition or the narrower 'View. The 'church and state, the -church and school, and the'.cliurch and business were closet -together- today' .than ever, saiis lie, and barriers hetUeen insti- tution and institution were falling away. Dr. Dyde made-a-few remarks on Imperialism, -stating that as Canada grew in, power, she should grow in responsibility, and that prac- tically all had concluded that: the. clock "of time pointer] 'to; the day when Canada will assume a responsi- bility in proportion to her power. cannot expect that the people oE the Mother Land will submit for- ever to. being taxed for service ren- dered said he, "and we must look forward to the .time when we will contribute our quota to the military defence-of the empire." j Dr. Dyde's talk was'.broadly philo-'. sophic and inspiring to a degree and j was highly appreciated by 'those who1' heard it.1 t Dr. Dyde preaches at Knox church tomorrow and lectures in Knot church on Monday night- on some Shakespearian masterpiece. turned a complete somersautt Godfrey and .Mr. Crookst'on, will re- Diimins Warren, who was drlv- tire with honor and credit. in under the wheel. Warren was horribly broken and died almost immediately. Since being laid' off by the C, P. R. owing to slack tramc; Warren has been running aii auto liv- ory between Westerham and Empress. nrin nnnumrnur HttUTKuniDiint lN HEART OF .CITY eKe Stories of Solid Comfort" In the centre of tliimrs-tlicntres ami storcg'on both sides. "obolulcly tiuQcrete, Blccl and marlilc1. ECROPEAEI 61 pe'' WlA 52. per day op. C. P. R. PUTS TEN MORE ON THE MAP ON LETHBRIDGE-WEY- BURN LINE'' The Canadian Pacific Railway ap- pears to be maintaining ita record of establishing a new town on the map an. average of onco a, week. The lat- est batch of now commercial centres to Ue given official existence are the towiuiites of Dollard, Sonthfork. Kiiel- lys, Havcnserag, Palisade, Vidora, Consul, Senate, Govenlock and Alta- ivan, all on the Woyburn-Lethbridgo liranch in Southern Saskatchewan. This railway- is said to rim through one of the best agricultural districts "which lias yot been opened in the west, anil the new townsltes now of- fered to the public afford opportuni- ties for those w.ho wish to engage in the usual lines of business found in the country towns to make a start liere under favorable conditions. townsites will be sold not tiy auction, but by price lists, the sale commenc- ing at Dollard on June 7.5 and con- tinuing to Altawan on June 19. EMPRESS DISASTER MADE NERVOUS T..ondon, number of pnsa- engftrs 'who had -hooked berths on a Irana-Atlantic stenmer anlling today cnncollcd .trips, "at the last mo- are the three big factors in con- tributing to the. high prestige enjoyed by this popular, line. Sailings every .Saturday from Montreal. ..Full gladly furn- ished by all Railway and Steam- ship Agents. H. E.-LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main St., Winnipeg JUDGE JACKSON HANDS DOWN JUDGMENT IN FAMOUS MAGRATH CASE Magralh, Alia., May lias hezn received by W. A. Miller from his attorney, Mr. W. S. Ball, of Leth- brldge, that Judge Jackson's decision in thp appealed, pool case, which was tried last month in Lethhridge, has j been handed down, and that he was successful in the litigation, the judge rtiling ihat the license was prohibi- tive. The decision of the court has htien anxiously awaited here, as it is the.-sccQiid time this celebrated case has' found its way into 'the dis- trict court, each' time the license posed-under the municipal statutes declared cxhorbitant and il- legal. A full text ot the judgment has not seen by the Herald and only the barest details are available. How- ever, the judge "has .declared once more in favor of JMillcr, and the coun- i.cil tinds itself in the same place as jit was months and months The I recent holding" of 'Judge- Ucck that 1 all amusement halls paying a provin- jcial license, from a mu- jnicipal license, may have affected Judge Jackson's decision. The an- jnoimcement was here with [disappointment on the'part of some, as it was thought that the town, would win out. in the appeal. ite. Star. DOMINION LINE Summer Schedule From Montreal From Liverpool Sr.t. May 23 Lauren tic Sat May 9 Sat. May 30 Teutonic Sat May 16 Sat. June G Megnntic Sat -May 23 Sat. -June 13 Canada Sat. Alay 30 And ivefikly thereafter Book early and senure choice of ac e am mod ,-it Ions. Secure prepaid tickets for your friends coining from ope. We exceptional fa- cilities for taking care of this class ot business. Ask about our .4 weeks' trip to Europe for WEEKLY SAILINGS Ffl.OM NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA By the Following Lines: American Line (one ciass tiabin steamers 11.) White Star Lino, Ley land Line, Atlantic Trans- port Lino. lied Star Line. Berth- ing lists now open for all sum- mor sailings. space, rates, .sailings, apply to W, M. McLEOD, 333 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or to any railway .or Htoamshlp agent. SALVATION ARMY OFFICIALS SAVED Toronto, May Army headquarters here has received the following names of UIOSR among their party who have been saved: Major j Frank Morris, Lindsay, Ont; Major land Mrs. Atwell, Toronto; Staff Cap- tain D. Ernest Green, Her- bert Qreonway, Mr. and Mrs..Thomas I Greenway, .Tnomaa Brooks, Major Richard Turpin, Captain George Wil- son, Captain H. Spooner, Lieut. Alfred Koltb, Ernest Ford, James Johnston, Kenneth Mclnlyre, Grace Hannagan, (S year old daughter of. Bandmaster all of Alice Bates, address unknown; (two Moose Jaw.- THE INSURANCE ON EMPRESS INCREASED AFTEB THE ACCIDENT London, May insnr- r.nco had at Lloycis on the Em- prtsa of Ireland amounts, t.j When tile first newo of tlie accident arrived a con- aldorabjo omonnt of re-lnanr- ance waa effected a't 47 Vi per cent. One Mother's Experience In January, .1911, Mr. Alson S. Didsbury, Alta., was granted an Imperial Life policy for He failed to pay the secosicl annual premium due in January, 1912, and allowed the in- surance to lapse, although every effort was made by the Company to induce him to continue the policy. A few weeks ago .his mother notified the Company of Mr. Shantz's sudden death. Imagine the bitterness of her disappoint- ment to learn that owing to.his neglecf she was deprived of the benefits of. th'e in-, surance! Moral: If you hold an Imperial policy, maintain it at ell hazards, for when least ex- pected, its proceeds may be urgantly needed. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. Wilkie, District Manager, lelhlmlge you tttvin't an Imftricl policy, gtt A Reliable Economical Engine for All-Round Work The Olds gasplineiengine is supplying reliable power to .thousands of. .Canadian farmers. No other engine has such a other engine'has earned it. You need a Rumeiy Olds Engine JJi-68 The Olds will make money for you in a hundred different ways. The mixer operates automatically, doesn't depend on heat.-' Engine will start easily, .whiter or summer. Cylinder-head is cast all .in one piece as part of cylinder. Cylinders emery-ground, to exact size. Automatic governor is simple and can be adjusted while engine 13 running. Hopper or tank-cooled, with removable breaker plates. Back of .every Olds, engine' is 33 factory experience snd-the Rumeiy service branches and dealers. Ask for Olds engine catalog No. 344. 'I -RUMELY LINES- RUMELY PRODUCTS COMPANY Chicago REGINA MfM WINNIPEG SASKATOON ISTEVAN Tires Set While You Wait With This Machine .JHE 'ONLY. WAY TO SET YOUR TIRfi ONCE TRIED NO OTHER WAY WILL DO NO OVER-DISHING OP WHEELK. NO NEW HOLE BORED IN RIMS NO BURNING OF RIMS Give.ui'a sail kinds of work done that on wheels onoi 'REAR DALLAS.HOTEL. The Economical Carriage Shop ;