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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta uy, THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY TIERALD Tkaell Dodd's Guarantee with Thornton Douglas made tr, measure clothing guarantee each garment made by ut to be fret from Imperfections In both material and workmanihlp, to be tailored by skilled people, and made of dependable cloth, thoroughly thrunk. Should any garment prove un- satisfactory, and not as repre- sented, we request that It be re- turned when. It will be replaced by another tlic money re- funded. Thaeil Dodd 305 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, Is A Nest Kingston, Oct. Royal com- TiiUsion's investigation of spc-cific EXPLAINED JHE L Lloyd Geoige in a Speech at Swindon Outlines Details of His Scheme Swlndon, Eng. Oct. of tie exchequer Uoyd Georga this afternoon gave further details of the government's land campaign. He said agalu lhs.t it was tls object to "tree British land (rom landlordism and get the people back on and "Thc two purposes which the liberal government has set for itself are to attract and retain the rural popula- tion on the land and 10 devise means R15 ON IE ft. IUIV Railway Commission Issues an Order of Considerable In- terest to District Onler No. 20452 of the Board o! Hallway Commlsloncrs. Issued on Oct- ober 2, affecting freight rates from points south of says: "that the joint tariff or Alia. Ky and Irrigation Cn., C. It. C., No. 165, IE lawfully In effect; and that Supple- ment Xo 1C thereto, published and filed by C. P. ft. to lake effect Aug. uat ISUl, 1913. is disallowed. Hoard Von Tirpilz Would Regard a War of Aggression Wilh Horror London, Oct. Chronicle's Berlin corespondent writes: "Aa the result of interviews with distinguished German naval and civil officials, 1 am able say positively that Germany vlll not depart from enlst- Jog of nival construction, and development Churchill's propos- ed naval holiday, It ceems, never was regarded .very seriously here. "Grand admiral Von Tirolilz, naval be prepared to consider an appll to develop both the quantity and qual- cation for annulment of Bald C.U.C., secretary of stale spoke to me very Uy of lie total agricultural production .Vo. 1C5 on publication and filing by freely on the naval situation. He does ol the British Isles. Everything else C.lMl. ot local and )olnt tariffs of j not.wlsh to give any false impression tut he will be subordinated to the attainment of these two objects. "As the first step, it is purposed to establish a ministry of lands, with control and supervision of all quest- ions dealing with the lands, holh in towns and country. The, functions of the present board of agriculture are to bo transferred to the new minlslrr. "The government Inteuda to tafee the lands out of the chancery. Here- after. It a landlord finds that some sil- ly settlement hampers his schemes for rates from Lelhbrldge, and from m r to the British Gureruiaeut, points on line of Alia. Ry. cud Irrt! joes British people and gallon Co., via I-ethbridge, which shall Government should know the facts charges against surgeon pbelau ami ik'puly warden of Portsmouth made by HT. Edwards. e ,d M.P.. was resumed this morning. Little of Importance was elicited, not- withstanding (he frequent rumors of sensational evidence to offered by various witnesses. Improving his land, he can7 apply to the ministry of lands which will ,and ,s to te 'J commissioners who still In a judicial capacity and will have j the same power to reduce rents small farms as the Scottish court no'.v r.ot be greater than those showa In isaid ait.C., No. 165, via Coutts, to 1 points Jn n. C.. on G.N.R. ar.d C J.R.. to which the rates or eatd C.H.C., No. 1C5 are lower than 'via C.P.R. from Ltthbrldge, having regard to provsalona of Ry. Act." Which, being translated-into plain Kngl.ish means that jjie C.P.R. must not raise present freieht rates from potnts along the old A.R. aiid I. Co., lines south of Lcibbridge to. com- mon C. P. II. and G. N. pblrita In British Columbia, Fernte, for In- stance. Canadian Railway Commission iarirt THE WHITE STAR LINE'S -Every Youngster Needs an Apple When His Daddy Needs a Smoke See that your children are freely supplied wit i goad Apples thro ugh out the winter and they v.-lli enjoy greater health. All doctors agree with this iUterr.tnt. Insist on the Best British Columbia Choicest Products of the Premier Fruit Districts in the world. At Local Watch for the B. C. B and on the box. "Play Ball" McGRAW and MATHEWSON, BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE'" at the Sherman next Mon, and Tues. TLere is nothing lie Fays to conceal '--'He does not the wisdom or necessity of anything do. As for Germany, the navy law will be car- rled on to Its concbslon without any hesitation. The admiral assured me there never had hcen any accelera- lioii In execution of the German pro- gram. If any ship is laid down a 1H- tle- In advance, this was merely to maintain regularity of the work at the shipbuilding yards. "''Admiral Von Tirplitz laid stress upon the fact thai ihc German uavy hag purely a. defensive function and aggressive .purposes. Like the Xo. 1C5 Is the old schedule of freight; army, it is to maintain security of rates from A.H. and 1. points'to Empire and its trade, besides possesses. Large farmers will also c.P.R. and G.N.R, .points In i enabling Germany to raise her voice have Ihe right to appeal to the com- i nriijsn Columbia, which was- In et- j'ln affairs of the world, He was un- fcct prior to August ISth of-this'year. I aWo to see why this should be denied On this date the C.P.R. 'issued' tar-! Iff Eur-1'leraent No. 10. which cancel- "Ho regarded war of aggression as led the old joint C.P.R. and O.N'.K. I unthinkable to Germany, and is lost misstoners for a reduction ot rent If the action of the -state causes a rise in the wages of the farm laborer. "In such an event, the landlord LONDON -PARS8 VU VtTTrctA, ChtrtsETB October 25 Nov. 15 Dec. 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, 'OR LOCAL AGENTS l have to coine in as a contributor and in times ot great agricultural de- pression a temporary lessening of the rent will be obtainable. "The new of lands is to given full power to acquire at a reas- onable price, all ivasle and neglected tracts ot land and to plant them tor- ests and to recialin and; drain the springs ot such land a view to their cultivation .to the full limit ot the possibilities. The ministry is to Ijo not only-empowered but instructed i to act aud the! resources "of the: stale will lie lljeir disposal for this purpose. "It men want sport, be at their own expense and the game laws will lie revised in. this direction.' "The establishment ot a 'fair 'mini- mum wage for laborers with reason- able hours decent housing and the prospect of the laborer ob- taining of larifl for himself will all be within the scope of the powers of the commissioners who will have authority to fix the jirice'.of lana In the case of compulsory acnuisitton. rates to C., points, substituting in- j in' wonder at Germany's navy Icing stead a new rate. This mated all regarded as a daneer or menace. over C. P. R. lines, .But the j Great' navies arc rising uvery.vhere, tapir was higher than' the old, [France, -'Fnlted States, even under which goods could be shipped i'Greecu and South American, states, via Coutts and the. G.N.H. The Board not 'to speak ot Austria, Hunearia, of Railway Commissioners- now- sets aside the nesv tariff, declaring the- old joint tariff to ba still in effect, and ordering that it remain Sn effect until llm C.l'.li. revises Its nbw rates so that they will not ba higher 'than the old. This order of tho Railway Commis- sion afferts principally the.Vshipment of grain and milled stuffs, and inlit, rail And Winter. Excursions Berthing Lltts Sailings by Various Routes M DOMIIIIQK11 MONTREAL. QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL LAURENTIC Oct 25 CANADA ...................Nov. 1 MEGANTIC Nov. 8 TEUTONIC................ Nov, 15 I. M'CnLt LAURENTJC Nov 22 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From PorlUnd Hallfex Nov. 29 Ncy. 30 MEGANTIC Dec. 6 Dec. 7 EUTONIO Dec. 13 Dec. White Star Line 20 4 Baltic, Dec. 11 Celtic New York, Southampton, Plymouth loni, ft long 19, and Dec. 13. MAJESTIC Nov. 26. OCEANIC Dec. O New York, pec. 12. ..ton, Queenston, Liverpool Nov. IS and Dec. 16 Arabic Laurentlc are the lirgesl MeamerB ID tho Canadian Trude and embody all the comforts ar-1 lusurks of up-to-date travel. The Teutonic, Canjdj and Arabio nro lerrtul Cabin SMya on wlilclt passengers the best ac- commodations at Second Class tftlca. Comfort and economy com- binrd. For Kates, Oltior Sailings, lllustrat- Hcohloto, etc., apply to nearest rail- or step.mship agent or write, W. M. KcLEOD, Canadian Pascenger A-jerf. 333 Main St. Winnipeg LOCAL AGENTS 8. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT AND H. McBETH. Ask nbout our Nino Cruises to Pan- ma ('aria! and West Indies, or rrar.e.in Crluses to tlio Ktvfera, Daly r.d I'iiypt Oct. In a speech last night John A.- Hennessy declared it was true as charged that Edward Mc- C.ill, Tammany'candidate for mayor, ccled as Charles F, Murphy's measen. ger in Tammany leailcrs ultimatum to governor Sulsef before.the conflict be- gan which ended witb Sulzcr's im- peachment. Hennessy'charged that -McCall in- vited him to a conference at tne of- fice of the public.service commission where, he, JlcCall told him to "Carry to Sulzer the last word for Murphy of what would happen If Sulzcr dirt not withdraw from the Senate every nomination he has made, if he did not make Demoerallc chairman George SI. Palmer chairman of public service commission for the second district and If be would not submit other horn. InMions to an arbitration Self-conceit is a good asset. A man can't hope to be popular with his friends unless he IE popular with him self. and Italy." CANADA NEVER OCCUPIED SO MUCH ATTENTION IN BRI- ETC. CAPTAIN J. Commander of the S. S.- Carmanla the first ship to go to the rescue o the Volturno. In somo quarters there IB some doubt since the details of the tragedy have been received, whether AUCTION SALE Household Furniture 825 6th Street South, (Opposite the street car barns) TOMORROW FRIDAY AT TWO O'CLOCK, BY W. L.WILSON, AUCTIONEER Instructed by K Arthur, who is leaving the city. I will sell Hie following: Heds, springs, and mattresses, dressers and star.ds, chiffon- iers, tables, chairs, rockers, flat top writing carpet squares, rugs, portieres, child's go-cart, refrigerator, lace curtains, blinds, blankets, slicets, cushions, pictures, stair carpet, parlor heater, one Stewart six-hole range with hot water connections and warming closet; dishes, kitchen utensils and a great many other articled. NO RESERVE, must be sold AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 TERMS CASH CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN A. A1KEN I Edmonton, Oct. 32.-Assets exchange, estimated r ing to the province amounting to amount due from banks OD A. (j. Superior Court Judge of' Massa- 5113 7C5.039 76 were shown in' a funds, Oct. 1-13, To- chusctts who is presiding at the trial statement presented to the legisla- o[ Mrs. J. Q. Eaton charged with the lurD t d b premier Sitton. 1'ar- murder of her husband, Admiral ,vcre follows Public buildings .bridges, trunk roads and bridges New York. Oct.' Richard McBrlde arrived yesterday on the iVbilc Star steamer Olympic, en ro'Jle to Ottawa, to attend tiie conference of provincial premiers. Speaking of Canadian affairs hi gen- eral, he said although he had made r. .j STORK HOVERS OVER SANDRINGHAM CASTLE New Tork.'.Oct. cables' published here say that -I- IntimatV circle's 'of the.Royal Family are agitated over tho news that there will be an ad- dltioa to the family of'King George and Queen Mary. The event is expected the latter nirt of February. Tim Queen has.been keeping'in the back- ground at recent functions, notably .the Cqnnangnt-FWe wedding. The Royal doctors' Capital account (in Mtu ol debt with Dominion government) 496.00 school lands lund, with Do-. minion March 31, 1913, Sl.iJO.-IOO.OO deferred payments' on and sold to March 31, 1912, S1.37S.215.71 demonstration farms, 071.00. Unsold lands, June 1, 1912, seed, Grain, and loans to .telephone acres, average price paid at the previous sales, viz.: Ul.Cl'pcr creameries, plant, slock, tools and amount out- acre, Total standtng, re sale'bf South Edmonton J5S9.76. frequent visits gave first ink- idany trips to the "old Country, anticipated event, could not recall the time when A hlrth to the .reigning sov- est In Canadian affairs was as heen would-be an occaeion of and general as at the present time. great rejoicing. the subject most discussed, is our attltudo toward the I was much struck with the Interest Ulken in England In the re- cent bye-election In Chateauguay, and to'hcar the various cxJinments and con- jectures as to the effect it would hare o'n.the political situation. material progress, which Ca- nada is making, especially in regard to" railway extension, must be high- PAPERS GIVE PARTY CAST TO REFLECTION BUT MAJORITY ARE FAVORABLE ly-gratifying to everybody Interested In the development of the Dominion, although, of course, money conditions are not so favorable as they might be at the present time. The present stale of the money market is mostly Cap'taln Earr did all that could, pos- "Me- to European war troubles." Blbly be done fpr the rescue of-ttie 111- faled pSBaeneers on the Vojlurno, surTiviny umcers of the Voiiurnq say that Caplain Barr and the.-dlbe'r cue ships declined to put out lifeboats for the rescue of the Vollurno people '.ii ore o tlie boats frofei'thc Vol- turno Itself demonstrated to bim that It was possible for the boata.to live fn the high sea. Caplsln Barr .is likely to figure In the Investigation" to be held by the London Board of Trade. London, Oct. Press opinions here reflect views ou Lloyd George's land campaign Daily Citizen notes the chan- cellor's acccptar.ee of labor projects with state control, replacing it.willi ultimate state and adds that the chancellor 'is now within range ol real problems. The Morning Post .admitting ..that there may be much thai merits the lavor in some ol the proposals, flc- DOESN'T ELE- VATORS TO BE GOBBLED BY THAT COMPANY Clares the fundamental features of state supervision rejoices the social- ist, hut dismays the farmer. Otlicis strongly dislike .the. forma- tion ol a new army ol government officials, who, savs tho Daily Ora- Edmonton, A1U., .Oct. con- wju concentrate in uprooting nectton with the vole of J305.000 for of the .Ens- farmers'. .eleyatort, appearing In the. countrysiifc. estircites, T. M. Tnc Tclegcaph shudders to think Tweedic, Centra CalRary, raised the; r.cw antliiiiily', under Liicra.l dl- qncstlon of the possibility of Ihe ele- redlon might make o.l rural Knj- valors' o( the Alberta Farmers Co-op: lanii. tratlve Elevator Co. being taken over i The Daily JIail 'sums up the speech by the Grain Growers' Drain Co., of 'as "promises made on a scale cclips- Manltoba'i Ho the, governnnent .ing all past achievements." ought to.take good care that the stock j The F.xprcss sees the chancellor en- was retained In tho hands of tho farm-. largins the scope of his activities ty Thli reclpa it ounces of bttKr er3 province, and that It should spending .nine pence, to collect lour couth syrun than ycu could buy rtaay not ie evplolted by any such concern pcr.cc. niadc (cr A few doses usually ton- ag Grain Growers' Co. The Daily Xcws things the machm- objUrate cttn said'that under the'cry for painless extinction of lond- co-jjli oulcviy. simple inj, fnrmcr6 ar.d tne provlnco wore lordism secures the .tenants complete well protected asalnsl any such con- independence and. security. Ingency According to the. act the: The Daily Chronicle welcomes a itock'conld not be transferred to any hold attempt to recast the whole company without H was voted .conditions of land, monopoly. and Tiroes felines to regard p.ar.s of English land reform nit Will Stop Your Cough in a Hurry Sine or Making Tills Coojh Syrup m Home. price. two cups ol granulated isiinr.vllh r such trcins- To The Old Home In Scotland, England and Ins Continent can be made at the lowest coit. LiiiRO new eteamcrs. Weekly sailings. Reserve- ac- cpmniodallona now. Kor full information aik any railway or steamship agent, or, H, E, LIDMAH, General Agent, Main St. Winnipeg, Man. n.lnjlci. Tut ounsci ol 1'lr.tx (dfty I cents' wcrlh) In a bottle; tlitn ladd IK Sugar It has a pltatant j Ocf. {nqulrics In one. only pij cpndltton ihal city circles tho Cana'dliin'assdclflt- fcr desired by tbp shareholders was cd press learns thu concerted sction feel approved, by !the Is probable by the Canadian financial tneet. up the'eppcun, The-sura ot 5600.000 provided for In community established hers in an en- ind Is siigiuij- laiatlte, tno, .which Ii the loan of JS.COO.OOO will bo devoted deavtr to persuade tho huUiorll'lcs to aVthma to the creclloh.ot fatmers1 elevators, reconsider the the mJ liirg JJOO.OJd-being, tbe amount estimated Slrand-Aldw'ycb site for th'e'riew Dpm-j effect of r-mi> on the is f0r and p.t Westminster, which at' present fine cslr.icl, ami Is rich In gualacol I stems to find the most favor with tho r.aiunl healing rino eiementi. ,1.. Olhtr proraiairccs will not work fn th s powers Assuming that the Westmlnstc: elle- is not iabsolutcly .This. Plnex nnl Syrup has settled upon, the Dominion. Cevem- (Hilneil sreal pcfujailiy ment will be urged to allof the whole mailer to remain in abeyance a little i-il- --l_1 the piiOtical ministry jilly IriEts nearer the greatest.diSastei ev- er irt A. C. MACKAY'S VICTIM Oct. 3. H.'Wood has Announced Ms vnleh aMoiair Mtiibcijon. K lion' of -resigning; from the council ..........we his while loiigpr, eeelns that Neither, silo! prompity "lurtci. rni! nlth this i next Month, 'altbhugh ho has still on will .probably bo .available for some 'more'jrbaVTo to complete hi lime yet Toronto, Out lerm' Supreme Court.pecUlont. Ottawa. Out, court Jv-dgmcnls -were rendered a. Mihomad Vs. Ancbor Fire and Mar Ine'Ins-jrance Company, appeal -wa allowed -with, Massey Va. Tucker, appeal dismis- sed with costs. Tho arguments were continued In, the appeal 61'Temple Vs. tho Corpor- ation of North Vancouver. MRS.1 JOSEPH She was placed on trial at Plymouth; lass., for the murder of her husband, Vdmlral Hatoo. jives Up Hope because of Drink The drink habit is a dlscouraglnf labit both to the drinker and'to linkers' family. Drinking men pro- mlse Ihcmsolves-and their families hey will slop drinking, but always ail to because the craving o- drink Is stronger than the will- power to resist. U you are discour- aged by reposed (allures to stop drinking, Investigate the N'eai Drink Inblt Treatment which is a harmless "vegetable remedy that re-, noves the craving tor drink .In. three days without the' use ol hypodermic hjecUoris." Call, write or phone; for 'ull particulars. Get our tfiat the 'Ne'al Treatment will make 'you a'sober' 'NEAL' INSTITUTE, 820' 13th Ave. West, Calgary Phone W.-1525 CATARRH 6fmt BLADDER Mhni h 24 Hours ;