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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE TT.TTinBIPGE DAILY IIEB.VTJ) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD li.TAIl.UHSD DSCEMSER IMf Pubtlitwd br Ww Heraltf Priming Co., Ltd.. .very law- Sixth Lethbridae, Albtrta, PHONCl Miaififig T. W. QUAYLE Editor JOHN'TORRANCB PHONE... Clrculktlcri And Job 1 2 52 delivered......1 month j, delivered K' months, delivered f-J DAILV SUBSCRIPTION BATES I year, by nwil.......W-CO 6 months, by mall J1-50 delivered 3 months, by mall....... 75e y.months; delivered -.'1 month, by mall......zsc. A4GTMW chicud u olltn fcut Soil) ntw 014 jWeo. THE DAILY HEUALO'FOR SALE AT Drue Bros. o-v. Vancouver Wide Book Store; J. 0. Rob- ertion't.'Co.: Jscksoa'Si Aleundri Hotel; Peo- pleViDnig Stort: Kenny t Hotel Stand; Emprti! Buf- D'Arc. i. Medicine-Hat Assinlbola .....____ D. Ferguson. Mur- Co; Craabrook Boot ..Company.' j Nswi lleCrsa; Mltcteil Drti Co........'. World News aranwell Street. Sews Co. IQ5 River Side Grassy Lite Hotel. .Co- Ajeacj-. Book and Xo-vrs Store; 109A Sth Are. Wesl; World News Co. Plncher Station Edward Read. News Co. Knoi- den. News Co. gone into any special traming for Ilic event, Ihe results were altogether satisfactory. The race is not always to "the aiul as a trial of endur- ance a run of live miles and over calls for iin exhibition of a quality which is an important asset in physical training. It only requires a stimulus of some kind .to act iis'an encouragement for young men to sjn in for what particularly healthy form of exercise. Tills the silver ciip 'donated by UK; Herald should fur- nish. Distuiicc running is a form of outdoor sport which may taken up by any average man. sound in wind and-limb, ami it likewise is does not make a regular tic on any of Us devotees. A short practice after increase at distance daily, will i 1C I pursuit of'which will not he prevented by any (lie I way of weather.. V As V form of athletics the formation of ji local Harriers i Club would appear to be desirable. Such mi .institution iKpro- iperiy organized is "bound lo become popular, imd it will have the As a 'pby THE yjEEKLY'HEffALD In or mort vfcseVaiui autaznary.of tie ol ar.d district is'advance In advance t... SOc periy organized merit of being inexpensive to sical'toiiic the form of exercis _ effects in itself, but will tend furlher those attributes are necessary" for distinction jn baseball -andLfpQlball. w the fur'lher advantage in a Harricre' Club. Jlial In the number may participate. Thercls uq.limitation as there sarily is in general athletic Hoad or country. Jims essentially fum'ish the greatf-st good to .the greatest number. Here is' something for those 'with incUuaUons to catch The Dominion Day long distance race should become a re'gu- local institution. -With .this in mind preparations early begun for taking part in-if. of d trophy should arouse a healthy rivalry between the ellwand the a'djacent towns. Wd trust thjit suqicient enthusiasm will he j aroused on a a new series of Ijealthylcut- door pastime amongst the many in which .the; people of Iiellt-. bridge and the district are showing an _s 1 llOCHF. ".-blii- and R. Ikhnvli M.I POINT: OF VIEW is.Labor.Uajy i' Miii'-ti r IT n-niv ;i .'i1 i it." ii> ..M- .1 i-diiiiii-iii i-xjii-i.-s! in. and Imnvif. iifs i'-i-.' r1" t'.v.i, i. 11-.- I! ..lapcrs'cbnlimiejd boo 'has .yet to; lisTigui-ed i'.-, i C'l. i: bigher as a.rcsult. Hennfelljfeir satisfactorily 'b sold their hay ai One "foolish system Jn 'oiir form of adminislration .Ij'p.Tnl' il of go to !.ik brrn copii'! --1-! lor ii' M Though; il is a -'7 i years, .and "has', 1-1 :all' the .different? i i v1. Ve'ws that the coal mines are to work full shifts proves inie. The minerj need tlic money and the .city necdsxiinp'ijliis which Conies frpnrfuller develbpnienl of natural resources.- des'truciive 'hut im if .1 -s'icx.- lu- piinciple. fhe histes.booze Minister H man to be trieii tacked at or less" regular .Inter- vals by Badges trlllcs. It lias said tiat tho jurr srstcja has and that some e'hlertained ii-.iinlml.ol clBccrs of the mililia. and to espress Duket.oi ''.onnrijiiii nii.viii. Verj1 few of those', hope. thai. ;aln' be jcallttl upon' t6'ac' had aiiy'leetoUl-idftas and a' giass or something make a dinner "worth to his principles, and ginger ale of Eve'n those of his ,j' .loilpwing song Niagara Camp this year; n thus "ixprcssfag" feellns8flt 13 posilble tbat iheMidse 'Weeds, bli mUiorlly, for a jury la aa'toiich a part of the mtwlilEerjr ol Justice as tie udge o-jjcbt. irouglii'into contempt. _ tt s a popular _ to the "Do ye.jcen Sam Hughes? He's of J .-He's Ihe real thampeen "lt 1J Of the dry For .the camp, is'dcau; A ad to bed, So.we'won't have-a head in tHc THE HERALD CUP scnes has-been .pulled orl-H. is lo be aroused in ''long rftcing' fo-jiiake it Ihe fWliires'of Dominion Alfhough no records were broken in yeslcr- rwi, ijkjng inW consideration (hiljihe hajl not i ntellijence o( especially _ in tflses UiaV present technical plaseJ, arid (here Is. a good deal of syrnpalb) for the that Juries ought to Ii abolished. it Ide Jury System t'nl! semiraeni'gaTo rio to a demand. that the Jury syitem ehould bo inv'estigatsd, and accord (ngly A special comcilfislon, vrlth US UtitJI ilL liltt UM i consldelid'tiiaV this question-IB'.I.r- reteyant, it being aesunKd tho jaiy i5 competant, and that If it were 'not comiiete'nt thcro ought .to be rio-basic change, in the prefient-'sys- it "has c'o i.behair 'The Special .Airy Majority, asd.minority reporls dff er most sharply, on the.question o; special Juries. In actions Involrlnj a of money, 'o mportant comraercial'cases, It-lslthe diatom to what called a'sncc lal jury to 1iea_r the "evidence.' .'This hiry la because or-any superior businois (Tainlfig o( intcjloc tual cataclty, but simply according to rtesc are now largely tried by'JudBes in our opinion; opposed! to the whole Idea of the jury system, namely, trial by a body representing blic, and opposed also' to the democratic tendencies o( the One class o! jury, in- inately from a list Including ises, -arould, In OUT view, be as a jury as could be empan- eled, both In intelligence and repre- 'EcnlatiVe it would have the supreme virtue of being free from all' suspicion of class bias, slated, civil and .criminal i would he selected from" the legister. Our has authorized us to say tha lit'for the strong feeling in lavor of Us retention, he supported Ihe suggestio'n assessment.-. The-largest ritc a're selected for. service. .H hpa bee found" In largcs ratepirers In a community rule, inroprjelora of nOlels 'publ flgur Tinuuiy on iiie EVVt'lRi ma- jority report commented upon the. pro- portion oY-jicensis'd .yiclutlers upon the modern special jury, but did lies at tho bottom 'a'well) .but that I chairman, was .iprointed.ycommi-jnd .any Changs that rhlghl .1m- That committee, has' nnw issued report, or ralher tso feporls, for the- fashion of IntroJudng a majority and a minority report-has been followed. Both reports favor changes In the existing the majority .re- port bting the of Ihe two. .Neither report, however, touches the point that is of great In- tcrs'bt, namely: Is-a Jury of twelve mej, driPrft by. rwm a Voljcg prove charnctcr.- The minority re- port, on the contrary, Jury alleged thaliil was a c fficsi Lord. Position I'TKd Special fury-Is a class Institu- tion which Is very ohtiosloit to'.thn working says Ihe report. ''Its retention Is hardly'defended by any- one expert for commercial easel, aad hat- tbo special jury should be abol shed." Modern Jury is'Compettnt The committee found, on the whole 'n support of the conten the modern Jury Is net competent tribunal. Ft could dlscbve even -among its critics nobody wh noiild suggest, a belter, system, 'a though there were several witness? who doubted tho ability pf'tha age Jury to fairly and Intelligently lr; cases arising out of modern business. It recommended' tbal the-law which now exempts a man of sluty from Jury aervlce should be' amended, and tha age e'xtendel to 65. It also rcporla thaVthe-ends of Justice would be served. It in trie default "of jury- man a case should be heard by eleven men' Apparently In England, aa in tome other countries, certain citizens firtd themselves frequently in dctnanA oS'iarois. Whether Ihesa perions pieaserTifth'tlie a 'hardship Is a matter of opinion. The committee reports, however, that a citizen should be liable, to jury only'once in'three rears. It also that the state shoulc le for the out-of-pockc Jurymen that are no cottrtu b> their nominal and Empire, Toronto. The Suburban You-can, make ..tyo blades E: grow wjiere oiio grew before, and ava lome ralghty'bare place a on y "v. A Wanted Barber (to friend Did .the norlo. treatng r The" Opinion. With O're "Why do >'ou: summer ii the "But board at tire seatlde is jusl as "And the price of sii bathing salts is Iteniito Pltutmrg This is hardly a pia) (or a young pcrbon. i Daughter Ob, I don't mind It, dad Hoping' (who has talten daughter to he lorry 1 brought Vacation Time1 Now a feeling 'of. unrest. _; Stirs the normal human breast And appears the phere, ._- ycu'may-surmlse, to the pleaaing-faclrare wlss That vacation days ..will very soon here, here, i-.--; _, Little tads pent up'Sn school. Under pedagogic rale' _ Watch "the of the 1 date, -And such jolly time foresee When from study'they are'free That (be anxious little eouli can hard- ly wait, wait.- Wealthy grips And prepare for .foreign Mighty-wada'of to blowjn, In, In. Poslng-as .patrician sports" At the European icsorU, high at-Borne and Paris and Berlin, HB; lln. Bourgeois nowlsa short, of lo cut It'll probably liven up a bit before tho iwherefo'er tho aristocracy Is found, found, found. She Meant To The 'curly-haired little sprite of tho bouse came running to her father in the study, ard, throwing her arms about his neck, whispered tially In his eir: It's raining." Papa writing 'on a subject that occupied his mind to the exclusion of aside, he said, rather I6' il ,'lVtif, pipa, J Jilng was her qulcX' Mifwns'e-rrHarper's We' We stood for peek-a-boo waist, but BO fi.i- 'we haven't tjulte ilp dur mind officially to p.. K. the peek- a-boo PtHt, truth Lies 'rUncle Joe" Cannon, at a can luncheon In Danville, tllicd a lit tie hlgtier In Ms moulti and eald frjinlj: "TWte muckriklng writers call mo an old devil. Well, gentlemen, truth And their they'll load With npparolva la mode, Slnco It all depends oh how a dame U gowned, gowned. Leswr llglils roust bs content With a two-weefc furlough srent, At. the or Jerssy, strand, strand, jjtrand. And to lii Or lo haunt'tho piers and listen the htnd, bind, tanJ. an 'olillnok (V.lhls! What a' tlnio of real Is In store the ot "weirjr ones lo chcSr, cheer, clieer, Happy- summer, Wklch Ve .can'l loo highly praise, 'TU plly llial'tjioy hit once year, year.. 0. la llUsburg ;