Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
TJTE DAiurit Friday, .August23, I LETHBRIDGE DA 1 by Lrthdrliji H.rild' PuHl.hlng'Co., i-id., l.wtut ilni .1 MnM, AlKrU, Cinida. W. 1UCHANAN PHONII AM Ntwt 1224 T. W. aUAYLl M.n.jlng Editor JOHN'TORRANCI fHONI: AdvtrtUIni ClrculttlMl And Job 1252 i mwith I.U.--.M M ortta M kotb -MW TMI DAILY _.Su-.-- "s'oSk tu It Co.; Jicliwii M- Udra I PriW TOUM Hamilton. W. Plnch.r J D. Ttbtr Co VWMUV "HifcirL. M. Nwtham. _ Rtinecka. Fipnlt B. Jumleacm TCft T65 WVfriliJe Avcnui Atva'an 'ill'C. P. Tnln. THE WIBKLY contains PubUchtd tidnesday In tlfht or men And cc siimmarj of naws of Iht locsf diitrlct 1 year In G months In adven Winston Churchill's Visit THE TALKED OF VISIT of the First Lord of the British Ad mira.lty to this country has mei with qf .opinion _ as io Us iidvisahility atnd- as to its prac tical use. Views vary-according to 'the different standpoints from which the matter has been considered. There are look upon the.project- ed visit ag one more evidence of tho 'tween-interast the Motherland has m Canada, as" a further means of 'tightening the bonds'of loyalty. There are others who. consider the visit Wou'U be beneficial in that tha British minister would see and learn things for himself which he otherwise would not perceive by staying at home. Then th-are is a third party which looks on the arrival of Mr. Winston Churchill as conducive to the creation of Interest.-and1 for. the dis play of zeal and earnestness in the naval problem with which the country ip confronted. But, taking it all and ac- cepting the reasons mentioned, '-from a general standpoint be said that good .to he ex- pected in a national sense from a visit of a member of the British cabinet when it looks as if toe Is coming over, on a special mission It must appear unnecessary, if not a littli the majority of Canadians that U shoijld IJL thought that, theie Is ijeed of some such dramatic entrv as proposed to remind (ho.ni of and spur them to the fulfilment of jthqjr duties.; It is just this way of lopkjng at it which ma> spoil an> thing of the benefltB which those wel Co.nie.the.yl5it rely on its effecting. ben again might it not he said that the ot Mr Churchill m his ohlcjal looks uncommonlj like" "an attemot to interfere j though, indirectly In the policy of th country. H is1 difficult to get awa from this consideration, and idle Imagine otherwise coming as the Will do: at a; time when th-e-naval ;po isy Is so much discussed sentimental-value ihere vis; by-those who advocate i is think, 'by other nc more practical reasons. ...The problem :-U ohe. distinctly for Caua- ans to "decide. However-laudable-tth motive- which nouM prompt. M ChurchHI fo visit us the fact r nalns -that "there will appear som hlng of meddlesomeness should th iroposa! be carried out, ,1 strect.'rallway department, Ifivl-j bo ul'ilo (0 VoU iho-p'coplb luiVmuc of i deutly they nro! glud that trouble in tho street car system occurred Just nt this time hi order that they tuny A King For Fun (Chicago Tribune) hi tlieso days of revolutions wlilcli convert kingdoms Into It might be imagined that (ho Idny busi- ness was on tliu blink, as Iho Oxford dictionary 'would say, and that there was no fun in.-being in thq-.fierce light which beats upon a throno. Alfonso of Spain evidently thinks -differently- There fs no monarch, .who "experiences more vividly the joy'of living than h He takes a' boyish delight- in sno of every kind.-aud he mixes .with th people'In their.''iimuBomontB In U most, democratic way. imaginable. R contly at a bazaar and summer. given tor charity at Cowes" he too shies at "Aunt Sally" and. i coanut, whtcfi lie proudly carrle around most of the clay afterward. H stepped Into a' booth- and acted salesman with such' success tha would have- won- the admiration Walter D. Moody .himself. Then h served as judge in a hat trimmin contest, in which the prize was give to a one legged soldier. It may be that Alfonso tli finish of the king business; and tha he is determined to get ail the fu out of it while it lasts. (lioy Ituow iibiHit how to Tim olho people's business. Puts QUO in jnlu of the "taxy four" farmors. few Ktalos. There you will llml muti of the onco derided man of tho proposals harried up and dow the land by couservallvo ridicule, N longer socldoss and liowhiektsnul, n longer breathing blood, populism u longer populism. Now it is recelvci hi the best political siicioty, Is bowei to respectfully, 'even If with hfistlliij in public ways ami sits in som states clothed with authority. Onuses sometimes live by dying.. LETHBRIDGB FAIR has answer ed all expectations It was prog nosticated by the executive that it, would .eclipse.all previous 'tions, and, If the opinions of -visitors count, this must be the general ver- dict There was about the exposition an air -6t orderliness i'and method Ts-hica was lacking in.previous ones and Artificial 'innovations such as [turnstiles helped .greatly towards creating this effect. Taking the home merchants' exhib- rils displayed in the. pavilion it may 'fairly be said, without exaggeration, that tbey 'were advertisements In a mel-opolitan sense as to the standing the city has arrived at. To the strang- era they were evidences that here be obtained not only the iary requirements of everyday life, but luxuries which, as a rule, are not associated with modern western cttiea I.of the siz'fi and age of Lethhridge The live 'stock 'exhibits together .with those- purolf 'agricultural, we're .a credit not only to the enterpriie of farmers of the district, but like- wise were witnesses to the prolific nature ot the soil. locally was instructive in the fact that It pointed that are not aWo- fether working along the leait of resistance, 'but are 'giving their attention to the "manufactured pro- instead of centralizing it on the Lethbndge Exhibition raw material Considering that loca farmers were showing against itors mho specialists m their ipectjvp lines, the success .gained premier ones wen hifhlj satiEfactorj and were Gt greater things in the t Fllen Lease' Lantern Jaued Man who was proud qf the protuher ant cheek which stopped not it ph> sical definition.. ,Mary who .ore up and down tho land seeking whom she might davour and gener allj finding some Militant grown conservative'.and. talking not at. all. Jerry S inpson' Tern who went congress as-a. to con- ess soclcless and emerged in -silk hose and patent leathers.. Jerry, town character of Lodge, who jmned i laugh on the late All Ding ey in congress by showing that that tanch home industry advocate wore a ilk hat made in I ondon Jerrj is ead. but before he ceased o be a-'joke; And so on'.ad. lib. Memory could vrite more than space permits. It ould tell of: the various.-brands of fusion Pop, the mjddle-of-the oad Pop, the Bryan Pep. It could ecite the the barber -husi- ess in those ..bewhiekered days. It ould indite the of panaceas ud poppycock advanced. it -ccutd numerate the cross'purposes and sel- shness that gradually disrupted the arty Eight loyal members of the .grand rmy left! But t-hese are not all there are-left? ook through the platforms of the sur- iving parties; and of the. new .party ate platforms, platforms too, into the statutes of not ft Belonged to Louis Cross-Eyed. A Philadelphia lawyer yrid coiinbli seur was describing: somb of his e: in search uf "I once' entered a Wunlour streel shop in he said, 'smUijig and the salosinan pointed out to iue i dilapidated chair. "'That their chair, he..salil, Ini- pressively, "belonged to Louis Cross eye, king of France. 'Louis said I. 'Why, there's no such person, is, said the salesman, and lie showed nip a ticket marked 'Louis Death .Made Beautiful George W.. Perkins, the corporation expert, began life as an insurance agent. So.-good was he ut the game that one of friends described him in these 'George could convince you that the" grave was the biggest financial imitation, the.biggest dividend payer and the biggest gold mine in the world iI-3 could build up in your mind the dea that each day you spent on earth was time thrown away, lie could convince you that the only real feat! you to perform, was to di buried, nod leave your wife and chi ren to roll resplendent in wealth tnd his company kept waiting Magazine; ALBERTA FAIRS Circuit No! 2 August Hat. August bept to0don Circuit No. 3 Saskatchewan. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept Sept-. Sept. OetobeT October 3-irr-Panoka. Circuit No. 4 Sept. Sept. Sept Albert Sept. Plain. Sopt. October Circuit' No. 5 Sept. Sept. 12-13-14--Rayniond. Sept. Sept. Cards ton. Sept. Sept. 26 anil Serf f Sept. 30 Oct. Oct. Creek. Oct. and MUlarville Section 6 Aug. Deer. Sept. Sent, fi-rStrome. Sopt. Sent. Sept. bcpt. 21-rDaysland. Sept, Sept. October rose. October October Section 7 Sept. HiHi Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. October October October October Section 8 Sept. Sept, wright. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. aroilnil In' the rajn old time those rtnjg ,U Iho.'cxpensc SPECIAL OFFER for School Opening A ]JIG EALLO.ON' GIVliN TO EVERY PUPIL Purchasing school supplies to Iho amount of or moro. Our stock of -achool .very 'and represents big- value-In every line. Come In ani let'-il-i MO DON'T your school supplies at the Red Crosa and get a nig Balloon tree of cost. Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. PHONE THIRD AVE. SOUTH. THE STANDARD Real Estate and OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 tolls Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 THE CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Well Located Lots in North Lethbridge at per Lot Terms: 1-3 Cash, Balance 6 and 12 Mos. Wilson Skeith 1 l TO LOAN. INSURANCES OF ALL' KlfgpS NEGOTIATED WITH., RELIABLE INSUR-ANCE OFFICES Opp. Alexandra P. R. Phone 1343 'Teddy's Son-ln-Law (Chicago Tribune) Consider the "case of- Nick Long- worth; he has to keep on good terras tutu the elephant without offending the (hull moose. CANADIAN PACIFIC "The Stampede" Frontier Days CeJe- brntion, Calgaiy, Alberta Sept. SINGLE FARE For the Bpiuid Trip doing Dates.Aug. 31 to Sept, -6th; Kina'l Return limit, September 9, 1912. Apply to local agent for tickets. R. G. McNeillle, District Pasienger Agent Calgary.' CANADIAN PACIFIC SPECIAL FARES TO Toronto, Ont. AND RETURN LETHBRIDGE ia All Rail route ia Lake and rail route Bates of sale, August 22-28. Final (turn limit, SO days from dale of sue. For fui'tber particulars apply tc cnt agent, R. G. McNEILLIE, District Pasienger Agent, Caljary, A1U, Cheapest and Best Buy in the City J Five Lots facing- north, on Seventh Avenue South, on sewei' and water; near Fifteenth Street Houlh; .short, time onJy Freeman MacLeod Co., Dominion Block, Phone 1212 The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light, Heat Power Co., Ltd. J3cg to announce that ilic) opened pcr- "jrwiLcnl ajul riioiiis-jn The Hull Block Tlifnl Avenue (Groiunl Flopr) CiLixens desirous of using the- gas Jiiay, innko npplicntiun there 1'ov.snmo. 'As the tiino is shorl now ami ..fall, applica- tions should NiibmiUcd early prompt; attention. .A Cull line of niiltirnl ifns n'ni ft's .011 exliibilion.