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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOUK THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, ISlt THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Herald Printing Co., Ltd., tvery lawful at its ctf.ct. Sixth i.1, Ltthbridsc. Alberta. Canada. W. A: 8UCHANAN-Mana9ing T. W. Editsr JOHN Mamjer PHONE: ert'sinj. Circulation PHONE: Editorial1, Repcrtorisi and I Department 121M ve.vr. ifliserci moialjs. JflivoreJ S 'Boalli; delivered uiOTili. iJolittiv.! DspartmeMs DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 .TMr.Ji.v3MM i 52-W laomhMiy tasLl i br 3? I looiilb. by ifji! .i n Jfs'iwd. Im bo'.'j ul-v. i-U must bo pivtn. THE Huf..UD FOR SALE AT K'J Cto'-- Drus lif.iitie Mur- G'assy tiraisy- Lika "i Hook J. G. Hot-. jiliy Co.; Craubrook BwV Hotel. A K Coir.paDy, Minneapolis Keciu tohea Co: AiennJra llosel: Pco .N'eivj U.-JH Ktnay i l.et fair Slunl Diamond 11 Arc. Medicine Hat ASiiniSo Hotel. Company Pincher >UCrcs; Mitchell lime Co. Wes'.llkc Bros. Tiic Uldo World Agency. Lading and 109A Slh West: Xcws Co. Pinchtr Station Edward Read. Co.; Xcni Shop. 4i; St. World Sews Co. Graixrell Slreet. Clfrecce Knol- Spokane New; Co. dfca. TOj REver Side Avcncr. Du'uth N'ev.s Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD I ewry Wtdcesdsy in eiflu or more coolaius a sum'-nrr of ihc r.C'.vs p! tbs iveeK, aud dictrh'l ;esr iu ntvasce.................... S1-00 t Ir. tt................. WHEN A KEMEUY IS NEEDED. ENCOURAGEMENT Or THE RIGHT SOUT. PllIC fat I lluil arc living in a practical aye is bovnc "s b-v lho lmul mc'lonl nPHAT sonic drastic remedy is necessary where- i 1 bviiKiividiiiilclisriicler may lie protected is I r is now Inllv recognized, shown liy Ilie dropping of priKVediiigs in divorce, case. Chsirgi-s iniicle have a tendency to I r, ii lino. Die scheme lias taken hold in dreat slick, and vcvy oflcn pi-rsuiial reputation, _ ever innocent of reproach il may bo. u' f" mit'' xvill say lhat thorc (1" There are alwavs thuse ic importance of Imimcal ciluca- Ihc niaUcr-or-fai-ti ins c.sliniatrd its inipurtitncc for some' Circ r n in its favor is i i" Dominion. Parlicularlv i ni the is llns noteil. ;iiul Albcrla lus joined ii- i -i is no smoke hoiil lire, and in liie acceptance if forwan inovemenl in the policv adopted by nf Ih s iihvsical fact no OIK- be inclinetl to: c-.ni! .iivi'ls iiovoriuiif-ni to cxleiK technical educaliun blame them. Therefore jl appears essenliaih i ni-.l-i. Ihrouglionl the province. necessary that when charges such as make an individual appear sjnilly of the verj- serious j Tin.- transition of I ho middle age: appear offence' of breaking up a home are made; should have. !lie opuorlunily of vindicating charae.ler in public. The failure of the s into the world cf luortcrnily was denoted hy Hie sancc arls uiul icilci-s'received ;i new birlh. briiijjini' Ihc cnliglilpiiineiil iind progress which j ha vi coiiu-ide with Clicks. Uall was srautsU Inthrec avir f of J5000 eavh or iij Oil V nil ite (Tut. Noce bto tdc beulcgi lilin Remuilxt. THE POSTAL LIBRARY wtih good readiug matter by of a jioslal library. Kesm.1, Sask.. Fob. 1 have marked the progress of the cen- prosecutor lo Attend ll.e court, aiul so put an end to proceedings, is not sufficient for removing any stigma 'which the nature of his charge is bound to inflict. Such charge once made, il should be compulsory that it should he gone on vilb. For the protection of society failure to the writer or Ihe Times article., "tha depends on ils commercial success. which has JUS1 played hero cmmo. iSa, he said to liavc met willi much palreiiage. land It may bc'aig'jcd by Snglln was trying out Ihc lied I'oulc plan, with a view) j readers is because of its beini! put into general practice, llisaiiilv1 ''llu't' 'S niakes men are loo wMc to he caushl followed in Caiilslon liv tlalu ani1 W0i'n i i 'i r "They do riot knou1 that they arc Hie more Ifc is Just thcj. 9tft Vnp, ey EeSect Victims who are on the ijnt c-f leaving the country, and i e victim clianges hla plans the) oss lo Paris or take passage on a ner to 'work the cards' until ihe> ear that the coast is The rvatai Mlraiy win [iosi ullic-t iu tbc Ion of'CatKiilit as a brasicli. ihf 'in lio (lislrib-jieJ over luvmii y.> to tbu Thtis a tliu of CJiAlluitn., usauiple, iioulJ n library containing about u'JO'j ljuoks, Xcw-.1 i castle a library ot bookF. (ChaiUani, Castuei are 'nol ttlQ fonil Joseph I'. Tracy ot lAMlibritljie, j to tc to ihij Alia., has devtsed a. plan liipj jiublif. Lantern moving iik-' people of all Canada-inay be suppUtitl] turo films and nmstc rcconls woiilil be luoilded, unti by a very small' tiiu conulry people moans of as ilieir towii friends, Ten milliun dollais tvouUl be iHltteot LO supply all tliat'is'needtiii anc3 over, for llio furthering oT tli'31 niueh-to-be deditcd plan. This indeoii very small appropriation for tbo goTernment, boiug "duly the cast of n modern This long fell 'should be loyi ally supported, and although it ha-r net been brought before Hie to pny great rjcterit it should now taken hold of'and pushed fo-- i is nciv ami yoL iins not been introduced Into any ccuntry, Tbe Canadian j.uoplc at [lie prcspiil to dejiend on thu few public lib- rorics and those bestowed by Carnegie and like philanthropists, for reading matler. These are only" io be found iu the larger cliies. aions our frontiers very rarely, if at all, have the opportunity of obtain- ing good aud" sensitise book-5. He- ports show that more than one half of the people of Ontario are beyond library, privileges, the other provinces are far Lebind Onlarlo- ward, best. results can be only thn Mnrlin Wnolf leading Hit electors In Ilic; Jiccesaily rjf jind hiking an sysUi- intilic inUnst in nffitirs. niul lliyt i.ssvtirlh u ptly Unit U did not mecl inure cncouriiyeintnt fdr il was nol without merit. Theatrical dri x greul ik-nl in UK- niatlcr of iitlvcrlising IneaUlics. The imjitriiil! route plan under consideration ciinnuL but IK: the means of placing Lclhbridgc on Ihc so for (is Ihc of the I3iilish Isles cuiu'cnifd. Dependent as shall be for some liine on 1al nnd frojn (ireat Britain Ihis as A. K. Ondnkim of Hu- lUidsfwi's HHV Co.! u fact wJiich should nol be losl .sight of. luis rniMtl llu- IMIH of in liridycj ns t'i jminl in Hie itinerary ol these and can pinluihly ehiim lo have laid ing companies, would be an imjiorliinl advorlis- [Hie ronmhtiou uf tuonoiny uiaiiv of our ing nssct. The city is fully capable of making iljboys ;md by mlrndiicin.q tin- vtd cent. We worth while for good theatrical companies Iu wish him [-very sncct-ss as nuni: visit us. Not only in bringing first clasisenlf-r-pjinv's branch at Kdnionlon, Ii taimrieiits within oni1 reach but frorii 111 pnblk'ily the liim-, Ihal lu- will iifl forget the lioinl of view this jnaltcr deierves rtcogftilion. numy friends lit in finrl l alu-aj'R Tic at hand 'a. very kind. There are said j to not tban thirty or forly in for Inc'inofl o' to lose M> guud a business [part. All arc known to ono All are rta-Jy a temper- bousCR o( their O-AR and somcllniDd, a of a peculiarly promla- in is ropojted to be croashig .Allniitk-j thp> tlili.k It worth vlille to of Ihc com-j fake a return to New York fn ll, however.! to escort ijiin. They arc disso- lute ami thriftier, but, on whole, faithful Irt crio iiii'jllifcr. "Thei; calling because Have you ever noted how audience. yawns in the face of an uninspired speaker? On the other hand, have you noted how on audience will lean forward and grasp the chair arms when the speaker reveals enthusiasm Enthusiasm is the buoyant expression ot truth. To impart belief in man must believe it deeply himself. We. call Auch a man an enthusiast. This applies io the written word also particularly to adverlisements. When the manufacturer really believes in his wares, his1 enthusiasm will almost inevitably find- expression in Advertising. And cn- thusiasm will he contagious his audience the readers of the nevvspaper-Mvill, figuratively speaking, "lean forward and listen intently." To be convincing an advertisement must convey an unmistakable impression of eirlmisiasn'i. This it will only do when the article advertised has inherent worth. Thus we have: Sincerity --Enthusiasm "Advertising: Three mighty forces, close-linked. If orf a licgl bitiinm talk KIT tiiuitistHg firebltmt uilb Ittt tldi'trliilnf DtpurtM tlilt nrtrtfiaper. Q yvu art tjttlnf a prorintiul or nallinal ft would It Vfil fir. ft-4 la fiavt Ihe eiumtt find oittttotitf of a (tttd advtrlbtnt A tilt of Ifirif tfilt tt furniiktJ. without till OT tj the SttrttcT) Frttl Rum SOJt I.ntaitttn Ralftflnf, Tfrtitlo. ;