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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SEPTHMlJElt 13. 1919 TITO LfiTltHHIlXiK, UAILY HKHAM) PAGE RUMANIA TODAY Canadian Opportunities for and Methods of Trade. (Throuih Renter's Xgeacj1) 11. Charles Woods. K. II. 0. S.. Author Uou u lo ol "Too Cradlo of the War1..... KIC.L Etc. In t prccoulog article I Lave ei- ajwiur.'. ot credit to to the virloui cuitomen can be acquired. that, before the war, Ruumnla wiis eTecllvely domloaled by the Cen- tral Powers and tbal tbero aie now Croat opportunities to lake over Iridc forDicrly rarrlcfl Oil by the enemy. But If thlE object Is Id be achieved, It is vllal Tor the peoples and flnnc da- Kirous ot acquiring such Irida care- lully lo-aiudj- too market and lo eec- uro tbclr proper representation on the tpot. For example, caUlogueg should IIQ prlnled in Rumanian or at least In Frcncli. prices should be quoted in francs or let (In peace llmej leu Is ol equal value to a and last, but far from least, tlio make-up and aj> of llio goods and nol uisrely or-fiven primarily their actual quality aioul 1 ho auch 33 to moke ilielr value r.T.paronl lo tho every day man. The riuealiou of representation h ol (ho utrcost plgiilflcaiice, for, although many of rhn innal commission ate in .KoumaDla may be trustworthy find G trident. It fa highly undejlrable to Tilaro-rci'li.ncc upon a class ot people, nol a fev nmong whom are'either ol doubtful reputation.or vjlhouL arijr real eiporicnce. Consequently LJie establishment of branches or at lent the J-TCSOIJCG of efficient travellers, who. If Ihcy cannot speak llic laug- uagc of Iho couulry. mial koow eith- er French or German, Is important, for It 13 only thus that orders can be sec- ured, and that the necessary informi- It Is In thla connection that some difficulty arises, for whilst many flrma may not bo In a position to undertake such eipenaes It may nol fwalble o arrange for Ihi co-operative repre- sentation ot a number of houiic. For UieM reason) It seems lo ax, Ifcat the maintenance of a Million, on the llnea of lhat recently Met by Cammda lo IJuuapesl, Ii deilrable, lor even II iuch a Mljslon be not authorlied to undertake actual work, it will al least conitllute a valaable bureau, from.which enqulrlM or of philanthropy. It therefore, be comes Important lo consider the stability ot Rumania as a customer That stability of course, depends upon the manner in which Lhe political sit nation is handled (particularly upon the resulb ot the peace and upon Ihe iuruB taken lo solve the afrlcul- ural and Jewish qucitlon) and upon ae potential resource! ol the- coufi- T- So far as potintial resources are concerned the prosperity of Rumania i proved'by 1U lacl that, (or dtnde prior to 1912. when the Balkan rail began, her revenue showed a ut- afaclory surplus over her expenditure u spile of an Increase ID her budget from about lei In 1M1-1J02 a about lei In 1911-1912. Moreover, whilst since 1899. with the eiceptlon of two years of bad harvest, ,he value of her exports has eiceeded that of her Imports, In 1901 that ei- ceu only to about lei, whereas In 1911 It rote lo nearly lei. Again, whereas down to 1911 cereals represented nol less than 7u per cent of the value of the total esporlj, tho exportation of petro- leum increased from less than metric tons In 1901 to over G67.000 tons In 1911. These Imil quoted statis- tics therefore Indicate that the Ru- laniau oll-nel'ls which bad only be- gun to tbe years Im- uediately. preceding the war are an aiiet the'future magnitude of which It Ii Imaotiible lo calculate. Less (here should be any ulsunder- ataaidlDg upon the tmbject. It miy M well to point out, that although prior to the waj, Germany and Auilria-llun- Eary had lion's fhare of Rumania's Inports, exports were differently distributed. Thus her chief purchas- ers were, normally Helglum, Austria, Holland, United Kingdom and Ger- many; Belgium alone buying an aver- age of about per cent of the value of Rumania's total exports during the period IMl-lSlf; and Germany lail an average not more than 6 per cent. jiueh a precedent, therefore. It will even to the everyday reader, lhat no difficulty need In the derelopment of Rumania-Can- adian relations, because each of these countries ones her, prosperily to agricultural richness and because their trade canot be directly reciproc- al. Irene Castle, Secret Bride for Year (THEM Puna or'WALES) VISITED CANAHV IN 166O MACDON ALD'S PRINCE PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO THEN MOST POPULAR CHLW NEW YORK C1TV When Jlrs. Irene Castle, widow 0} Vernon Castle.1, famous dancer and aviator, was married to Captain Hobert E. Tre- an. of Ithaca, N. V., at the Church f the Transfiguration ID this city n May 3 lasl, slie had already betu ic wife ol Captain Troman for almost year. .May 21, 191S, a lew more days than brec months after the tragic death f Ycrnon Castle at the Hying field t Fort Worth, Teias, when Mrs. astle by all published accounts was till In grief over Iho death ol her UGbaud, she and Captain Trcraan, hen a lieutenant in the flying service, went lo I'ickens, S. C., where they were married by the Roy. Frank A. uhin, pastor of Chrltt ProtesUnl Episcopal church of Greenville, S C. Every prccaullon was taken tg Ueep he wedding n secret 'Mrs. Castle re- used to be married in Greenville, whlclj Is the county seat of Greenville ounty, because It was loo populous a community.. So she and Captain 'reman took Dr. Juhan by automobile rom Greenville to Picltens, which la ho county scat of Pickens county, a small town oir the main railroad Ine. There marriage license was obtained from Judge Xewberry of the county probate conn, and the cere- mony was performed by Dr. Juhan, while he and the principals were Beat- ed In the automobile. According to her made al Greenville, at Lhe lime of her first marriage lo Captain Treman, Mrs. Castle was actuated by two motives in having Ihe wedding kept secret She Lold Juhan that she was a business woman, that In spite of ri> mantlc stories about herself and lala Vernon Castle, they had'for :hree years been nothing more llian Business partners and were utterly in- different to each other. She had Just prepared a book of letters ol Captain Castle, however, and It was ready [or and Ebe feared II it be- came'known-that she had remarried 00 soon after Captain Castle's death the sale of the book would be serious ly affected. He other reason for secrecy, as glv en by Dr. Juhan, was that she peeled lhat CapL Trernan would soon be ordered to Europe wilh his regi menl and thai she did not want to remain in Ihls country whlle'he was auperfluoos wedding ID this city, published lhat Mrs. Ca: tie' and CapLain Treman were en faged. Mrs. Castle promptly Issued a vigorous denial. Two days later.sho appeared al Ihe Marriage bureau however, with Captain Trcinan am the license was Issued. For a more o less hurrted affair the wedding was a rather elaborate one. Mrs. Castle wen to the Church of the Transfiguration accompanied by her godfather, Phllll Boyer; her mother, Mrs. Elroy Foole and Mrs. Clement Amory, of Morrl Heights, a lifelong friend, Sherma Peer, of Ithaca, acted as best man while the ushers wwo B. L. Sprague ot this city; Lewis Henry, of Elmlra and John M. Gaunclctt ot Ilhaca. arge parly brought here by Caplai reman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Trc .an ot Ithaca, also attended the wci ing. The ceremony was followed b dinner at a bolel, and much cell rating, after which Iho young coupl married for Ihe second time In ear, went Record as Flyers Vernon Castle, after a. brilliant r -ord at a flyer in Europe, was kllle t Fort Worth Tesas, where he wa n instructor, on February 15, 'he official report of his heath show d that he sacrificed his own lite ave the life'of a less experience aviator, 'With whom lie would ce lalnly have been in collision bad Ii attempted to tavc himself. Ills bod brought to Ilits cll3, and al h uneral on. February 19, official lr lutes to hla memory were pild b both the United Slates and Britis rovernments. As n member of th loyal Air Force is France, he had >een in many battles and had won he Crolx de Guerre. He was cited or tls eiploit in taking seven air- planes over Ihe Herman lines for ob- iercalion purposes and bringing them all back safely, as a result of which expedition seven Important positions were taken by-lhe French. He return- ed lo Canada and was assigned lo the Texas flying' field, as an Instructor. And then tragic end. That nlgbt aL her hoineV No.' 120 'Lexragton avenne, Mrs. Castle, who was report- ed to be completely prostrated, gave out this single comment for publics' lion; "it was a brave man's death and It Is not a part to Soon after Mrs. Castle's leavtBg for HACDONALD? PWMttfWAUJ HUG TheTbhacco with a Information for Auto travellers Some Places lo Stay and to Get Supplies fpr Your Auto. The Hotel Fenue HniiMor Tho Man's Hems nnd Up per Day. L'crnie, DritfEh Cplumbla Itoonis With Ualh In Connection. Seven Flral-Oass Samrlo llooras. Hot Colrt Water and Telcphoua In Every Room. King Edward Hotel Plncticr Oresk, Alia. Meets All Trains. SLenm IleateJ Throughout Siioclal Attention diveu to Com- mercial anil Trftnalcat Trade, i D, B. Slple, Prop, King Edward Hotel Airto But and Line In Connection. Family Cars lo Chai. M. Calllna, Prm. PINCHER CREEK Filling Station Serrke n Free 'Air and Wfilcr. Host Lines of Tires, Oils and Service' HANSEN'S AUTO FILLING STATION, Phone 47 "On the MEDICINE HAT Follow the Red Trill [rom Blue Trull from'Gal- fnrr, tho Black Trail [ram Mon- all lead to oulr otfldil hotel In the HOTEL CECIL Retkw Motor Company Mitlon for' Ovtr land Cara, and Trafftf Oas, Olla and OreaMi, Pa'.'.-.rlcs Kcpalrcd arid Recharged, Prompt Service, Day, Nlcht anj Sandays. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile 0113, Polarlne, Dominion and Other Good Tim. I'rnmpt Satisfactory Senlo at AM Times. MILK HARDWARt CO. F, J. OaUa, Milk River, AHa. ALTAMONT GARAGE Battery nlllon And Oete'ral (o Tourists at the line. Mips o( Monlnna, Qeneral lafonniflom. Cisloms OfTlcs i door. Stop Is and see enough Alberta air to apced yoa on ynr waj. and Baker, Pr ALICRTA away. Under a ruling of the war department, sho said, wives of officers ere nol allowed to go lo Europe If the marriage was kept a secret she added, Bhe fell sure tbat Ehc could get overseas as an entertainer. Ac cordiiLgly, the marriage was kept a .secret, and, fta Is now well known Trcr_.an or Cutle carried er program successfully. During all her war work in Europ nd In thla connlry, Mrs. Castle neve ailed to impress on the public tha le was consecrating her life In Ih cmory ot her late husband. I auuary last, when rumor had It lha fie was ensaged to marry To; owcrs, an English actor a alatemen enylng tbe engagement was issued in er behalf.- This statement was in tart'aa.'follows: "Mrs. Castle.decided, when Captain Castle "died, to'give'her services for year to cheer and" aid the living Idlms ot the war in which her hua- and lost nil life.. She Is still in that en-Ice of dedication lo hla memory, .nd rumors ot a sentimental nalure- rc distressing to.her' and to her Al that time Mrs. Caslle had been married to Captain Treman tor eight months. Ilecause of Mrs. Caslle's al- eged statement to Dr. Jnhan thai she and her lale' husband had been Europe last September, the palhetlu publication iras made: "Mrs. Castled house at avenue and for sale. The pathetic Krrloa nag of black, with Ms erne denoting a lite siren for hla conntrr still hangs In the window in inemiorr of Captain CisUe, of the Reyal Air Force, who was killed .while flying near Fort Worth, February ig, last and who was buried with military Jion OTS from Church of live Trai ALBERTA SCHOOLS' NEW INSPECTORS Tho appointment of new In speclors of schoole for Ihe province is announced by. Hon. George F Smith, minister of educatUn, there being lo fill vacancies caused re- signations and other changes. of these new Inspectors are.retumei mea, with praiseworthy records In. France. Capl. B. Ynle was, prior to ci llslmcnt, principal of. Ihn King B ward BChool In EdrnqnloB, and wov the Military Cross oh the' Somrne -Major P. A- BeVerldge, M.A., gradualc ol Edinburgh Unlverifr had teaching Eiperlence In the Mod cine lint district and was tcacner ng but business partners for Kngllcb In the Calgary high schwll years anil.'were Irtdjtterent to each ttaer a paragraph from (be will of Vernon filed .March 8, 1918, Is interesting: Cifiitt From Will Captain. .Castle bequeathed all his property to "my beloved wits .adding: "I make tbls disposition ot All my estate nol only an a token of Idvo and atccere affection for my said dearly beloved wife, hnl also In grate< ful recognition ot Ihe happiness which I have enjoyed In ber society during all our wedded life, and the great assistance which she' has dur- ing nil thalllmc rendered me in1 ray lirofe.iMuhal work and career. In M disposing of my property I am nol unmlnrtfal ot my beloved parents aad other klnfolks and my many friends and It is my desire that out of ray personal some token of ray love and affection be given' by BDJ wife to each of them, so far as poa le left Calgary as lieutenant anl rose lo major overseas. Pte. R. J. daunt, B.A., la an Tftdualc and has been principal be Wclosklwln-and BawK school previous to going ovcrteu. Owen Williams, B.A., la a Wcla snlverslly man and has Uughl I Alberta since 1110, being principal o he high schrwls at Clarejholm.' R., B. Hrooks, R.A., Is a graduate, o he university of New Brunswick an has been principal of the Verrolllo schools. B. Yule has been ateigned lo th Fort Saskatchewan district; F. Bcverldge lo Peace niver; R. (Jaunt lo 0. Williams Carillon, and R. B, Brooks to Plain. the. selection lo her." be made by What possible motive Mrs, had In going through on elaboraU second marriage lo Uftptaln Tremaa1 In Oils Instead of merely ui nouncing Hie year old marriage thai look place at Pickena, to nol eif plained. Bui certain II Is Ibal th vlvaclons young dancer put over prodigious Joke on her friends aiM relatives and friend anil rtl lives of her hnaband. Wnether will regard II u a Joke waen thi Ifflrn the facia remains to be seen. On Mkr 1, two days befcm CoulaWt Mop the FlfM The two workmeg were arming fu louslv about the reault ot a local cricl et match. Before lona; both .becal very etdted, and one challenccd U other to a tight wltb The was m they that ihe one who had hL enough first' sh'onld call out' "Sntll leBl." After half aa hour's lasflld ono ga the. other a reBonhdlng whack' on 1 head, at whkh Injared btft (mm kttely gasped, "Sttflcieitl" "Dam reWW nrujsed a_ battered winner eihantetlly) Ihe word I've trying lo thl ot for Ike M.twenty nkortetl" "The GRANARY and FEEDING Grounds of SOUTHERN ALBERTA Because the COALDALE DISTRICT has been heralded far and wide as the only place in the North West worth looking al this year, the impression seems lo have gotten around that land has advanced very rapidly and that it is too high {or ihe ordinary farmer to is a mistake, land may still be bought in this district for very reasonable prices and on very good terms. We have quite a number of very good deals and we invite your inspection, but do not wail too long. Buy an IRRIGATED FARM now m an established district, with water actually on it, you can pay for it before riie proposed projects are even started. Remember this Coaldale is producing no more this, year than it does in ANY year, it is ibis regularity of production, regardless of the weather condi- tions that puls ihe COALDALE DISTRICT in front of any other district in the North West. AW The Coaldale Fair See for yourself the hundreds and hundreds of stacks of alfalfa, and you will not wonder why all of the delegations that come to Southern Alberta this year are taken through this is a sight for sore eyes. If .you want, irrigated lands see us, we have been in this district for FIFTEEN YEARS and expect to stay here, this experience should be worth something, any land in this district [hat we do not know is not worth knowing, DO NOT BUY ANY LAND IN THIS DISTRIST without knowing all about the waler information we can give you. x; We have irrigated land lo exchange for live sheep or cattle, we have pastures to real for grazing, we haveibuyers for sheep and cattle and hogs for feeding purposes, we have a buyer for'two'hundred head of calves and yearlings. In fact we are the HEADQUARTERS for anything pertaining lo IRRI- GATED LAND. THE SUGGITT AGENCY COALDALE Coaldale, TOWNSITE Office Phone R 207 Rewlence R 810 Lethbridge IRRIGATED LANDS a Electric Starting and Lighting J2_ new Ford .Electrical System is as great an achievement Ford Motor. No better starting and lighting system is, supplied with any at any price. See it for youtaelf. See It is' jTcwnplete two-unit Motor, .Generator, and built into; the a'product of the Ford plant. The Ford car' is Standard Magneto ta. provide ignition mdependent of the The whole system is controBed from'an instrument board on the cowl. It is now supplied as Standard .Equipment on all Ford Enclosed Models. If you wifl we win'mtrodnce yon to the Ford Sedan. You.owe it to yourself to learn why men who can afford big cpitry cars prefer the Ford indxIiBK Electric -.'.'-tinti, to. b. FORD GARAGE, A. P. VEAIl, TABER MOTOR CO. LTD., Dfafcr, TiWr ;