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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LeUbfUge Daily Satunlay. July 2, 1910. Herald K. -December, 1907, Published by the Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful "..tai at its; off ice, Crabb St., Lethbridge Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Director and Editor PHONES "Editorial and News Department Advertising, Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription one year, delivered Dully, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered 35c .Dally, o e year, by nuUl Dkily, six months, by mail? SF1.75 OaUy, months, by mail S5o Addresses changeu as often s.s desir- but both new and old addresses suast be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight and contains a summary of the o! the week, local arid district. year, .in advance There is no justification for any ef- take advantage of a religious organization for political purposes. man should put the princi- ples oX his religion into practice in his even as he should iu any oth- er department of his life's activities, should not allcvr his denomination alism or his church affiliation to have anything -to do with his political affil- iation or organization. And the party which attempts to accomplish any such purpose, confesses itself of the purpose of churches and relig- ious organizations., u- Three months, in advance 50c THE DAILV HERAl D tc on sale at the following places: Red Cross Drug and Boot Store, J. G. Robertson Co.. 3. J. Johnston, Alexandra Hotel. Young Co.. R, ilton. Pihcher Creek- -ti. _j! Mitchel. D. L. ilcCrea. Taber Westlake Bros. Card Eton Albertu. Drug Book Co; ftrnie, B. C. Percy Beal, Cran brook, B. Atchison. G. L. Grassy Dr. Tugtar.-; Calgary Alberta Hotel News Stand. -Diamond City Dr. D'Arc's drag store. Medicine Hat L. ill Northairu on all C. FL trains. OUR POINT OF VIEW. The Calgary Herald proclaims in heavy headlines .that Premier 'Sifton had at close shave in Vernsillion. Yes, oh, yes, three hundred majority is awfully close. Rumor says Horatius Kohertson. late of Nanton, is hiking back to .the Opposition leadership -by -way of Gleictten. It will -be a long "hike." Don Hiebert is, already preparing to move out of-the province to get out of reach of a request to support his late leader, A. J. Robertson, in Gieichen. Tlie Caledonians uandled the ath- W. Ham- sports with all the system and despatch of the Greeks of old, From Other Sanctums Yesterday's athletic meet gave a stimulus to track and field sports in this city. Hear Not the Maeleod Advertiser. The mail who remembers the'.sum- mer of umpty-ump, all crops failed, and -the grass died out, and the Old Man River disappeared and Mac- leo would have dried up and blown away if it had not been for the accum- ulation of unpaid bills, has come up out of his hole, and is indulging -a I dire prognostications. He is going j up and down the street, with a face a yard'long, singing his doleful ditty-j in of anyone who will listen. Turn him a deaf ear, brother. There really isn't room for the pes- simist here. What if we are having a bit of a dry spell? Xo serious dam- age has -been done yet, and it is on- 1 iy the end of June. There is no deny ing that a good rain -would do a whole lot of good, but there is a chance for" it yet, and -when it -does >we will laugh at to-day's apprehensions. The experience ought to teach one a lesson that has 'been preach- ed from this particular journalistic pulpit many times. There is the risk and of the farmer depend- ing on a single cropNv, The onan who has nothing planted but grain is scan- ning the too bright skies with ever increasing anxiety. rhe man who has hogs, -poultry, milch cows, and a garden patch which can be irrigated if need be from :the well, has at least -an anchor to windward. COCKSHUTT'S MISTAKE. According to the London, Eng., pa- pers. W; F. Cockshutt, ex-il. P. for Krantfonl, Ont.. .ihas -'been telling the Britishers that tie. reason Canadians w.ere so much, interested in the re- cent "political campaign in Britain was- "that was "oeing de- for the -first time. Mr. Cockshutt conM not 2iave taken trouble to find out the reason, or he -would, have come to a different con- clusion. If lie had read -the Canad- ian newspapers, he -would have found ont that the land question and the Lords' veto were discussed ..ten or twenty -time as mucti as preferential trade, Canadians saw in the Lloyd George iradget the greatest attempt Blade in Britain for a century .to give the people a square deal. Canadians know wnat it is to own their own lands, and have the .profits therefrom. They know what it is -co be free from the domination of a landlord. They -wanted to see their fellow -citizens of the Empire in Bri- tain 2iave the same -privileges. Canadians had a- strong sympathy the efforts-of the government to limit the powers of the Lords, who are not in .the least representative of -the- people. Judging from the expressions of I opinion in the street, at puiblic meet- j ings and through the press, the Can- adian people -thought very, little of the preferential trade part of the contest. In fact, tie great majority them recognized that that question was a very small part of the issue among -the Britishers themselves. Mr. Cockshutt did not is the least reflect Canadian opinion in his re- marks to the British people. And still the north: TviU say it does not get a fair deal in the south, ev- en after its athletes conie down iiere and carry away a bunch of gold med- als -without a protest on our part. There is no need to worry about-the loyalty of oar new citizens-from across the line. -They were more liberal in i-their display of flags on Canada's natal day than the native soiis. Get Ready for the FOURTH EXCURSION To the Picturesque Arrow Lakes Sunday Morning, per acre per month j I Buys an Orchard Home. Call and get full particulars Lethbridge people are deplorably neglectful about flag flying on nation- al holidays. There are a tost of flag poles in the city, imt most-of -them barren of flags yesterday.. There is always a dis- play of patriotism across the line on J nly 4, uu-t it seems to be aljseht on this-side on July 1. A It is regrettable that a crowd did not gather to hear a patriotic address yesterday uncier Canadian club aus- pices. If a. Calithumpian procession or a 'bunch of clowns had tised to parade the city would have crowded the sidewalks, but "when an occasion is offered to hear Canada's history reviewed and her praises extolled, only a baker's dozen appear on 'the scene. Christopher Columaus Wilson was the name of the hesid of the.Wireless Telegraph Co. Like his namesake, he was a a lot of suck- ers. The Tory press would lead the pub- lic to believe that Premier Sifton -was elected