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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i X TIIE LETIIBRIDGE HKKALD Thursday. LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD v ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Putllihed by. the Lethb'ldgc Herald Printing ,Co., Ltd, law- fut evening at its office, Sixth Street, tethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. ftUCHANAN PHONEl Editorial, RepirtoriaJ Department lv 2 '2 i Man.jlni Director T. W. CUAYLE bepartmeiitt 12o2 j have been a great disappoinlmcnl to these from'Mhme- j 'sola, for they must appear I he only'tind'of .d'jiliri's'thl'y would hitve any chance of iiossi'ssing, However, the Canadian Norlhwesl will.'iiot in rejiulation so long as the icports of the variety ttiul languid 1 of men like'George'Menu and his suitd c'onlinue lo ilissemiii- mled. People of the present generation as.to ,be credulous enough to Ijclieve "travellers' Uiltsi'.ofJhis dcscrip- DAILY SUBSCRIPTION BATES, 1 year delivered ..._... 1 year, by mail 6 monies, by mall (1.50 3 mouths, Silvered J1.00 3 monlhf, by mall 75c 3 months, delivered 35c. 1 month, ty- mail 25c. Afiiliwists charged as i'ften RS desired.- botb neir aM old must be.j'.Yen. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT C'joss Drug i Book Store; J. G. Hob- crUon fc Co.; Jackson ft Co.: Alexandra Hotel; Peo- Allin; Lethbrldge Hole! Cigar Staid; Empress Buf- fet Lucctt. Diamond B'Arc. Medicine'Hat Assln'lboia Hotel.' D..Ferguson. Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Xews Company. Pincher McCrei; Mitchell Drug Co........ Weetlako Bros. _ Wide World c Netts shop m 70S River Side Avenue. Graisy Lake 1 Hotel." .Co- uen News Agency. Book and .-News Store, 10? A Stb Ave. West; World Sews Co. Pincher Station Edward Head. St. News Co. Knol- den. il -News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in elefct jr more iwrcs. and conulr.? a summary o! the nlv-s of the local nnd district 1 year in G months in" uuTEncs'-.., 50c QUEEN MARY OK ENGLAND REVIVES AiNCJENT CUSTOM lion. To our American friends selves." SHY and'see for vour-. TO PRESPPoE A j "TMIr', CRYSTAL PAL.ACK is H is jioinfof at- j I ttaction to all visitors lo Uic "people of London i- 'ils hirfie grounds, within easy furnish ;i ycrjlublu ihoou lo Hie miuiy tired of. metropolis. jKIVorls, Iliercfore, lo mski1 it n iiuliuunt dcsene every-eiicoiiMgeiuenl and roniinejiilatiqu, j The tyfttl pniace in Ihe liunds'tif IJIus not allogctlu'r pi-ovcd u mutter o'fi] I dividend paying. "Vhe expenst's uttackcd Id ils, keeping heuonnous, the large ihV luiilding omipics.j Allliough dill'eren( inunagcmeiits have'-liad ii in ejideavbr-i int; lo organize it as a conti-iil life result, from llic'poiiilj of view of slmrt'.lipldeYs in Ihe .Ill appears then thai' the oiily means foh.presevyiug. thp Palace, and grounds for-lhe purpose-they were originally i'ntOndcd lies, in its jmrchsise for the niilipn. -V-.f" .J scntimeiil. alUiclied lo Ihe Crystal-gftlnce.makes this, a desirable object.' il is one of the landmark's.which LWricvwilh il gt-.ileful of IIit- recollcclioris ofher consorl, Princi; Aiberl. The glass" design :of ;i gardener on wlium was coufetrcd I'lfdigiiji iiml whose name. Sir Joseph Pas Ion.' becamjr uriginally housed in Hyitd Parlitv known ;is Ihe "Gival Exhibition of ihc InduSi j Fonnully opened by'lhe Quceii'in" person." wii-i.to A ctistorn that had almost.be'en forgotten was revived by Mary when on her way with the King to th. Eptom Downs; .She cast pennies'm the wake of the carriage- Children and'their" elders engaged in i wild scramble- in-attempting to become ihe, proud possessors of such coveted souvenirs as'the pence from the Queer y THOSE WHO COME TO US NUMBER of-British since, (he commencement of thiS'year iotulled Their distribution has been as' I "follows: Canada, Zealand, i British South Africa, olher'colohios arid possessions, The lola! of immigration lo parts of-'the-British Empire is j Of the. IVe United Slates accounts for f A pleasing feature of Ihe-above is ihc number of Britishers 5 who'havc found way lo Canada; What is considered Eng- land's loss as voiced by Lioyd-Gcorge is Canada's gain. Those j jvyhosc the land of their birth is regarded as de- _ puding tlW'Same and .muscle are very welcome lo our shores. They will, help considerably: in building up a virile j nation; j I we show pleasure thai ihe Dominion absorbs so W.any of the "sons of Great Britain, as compared with olher parls there should riot appear so i far as sentiment is .concerned in "regard lo those of oilier jiatipii- alilies who'come into our midsl. They also" when Ihey urrnc "_fjf serve .'.a useful purpose in nation building Ss-hen.'Ihey become J lo our Considering the expanse of our coun- try, and llic gi'eal need for population we cannot be enlirely de- pendent on British immigration. II, a'nalion- 'be treated -vyilh JIany these have made il good in this'country, and have shoW.themselves to be in posses- j many of those virtues whicH arc-a.ccuslomcd lo expect frorii those of oiir own.slock. Yv; This rhaltfir was some lime buck very forcibly referred to' IheBev. H. New York, general secretary of Congregational ,Home Mittiidnary Society, when -speaking ".with regard, lo "foreign" immigra'tipn inl'p the States.' "Nol I'tlp they furnish uti'wijh brawn, but with brains. rjVyho.iij a I'i'ij l.iiil.'iiigiof .jhc Panama Canal? A Ger- Jnan. ti rcsearcji in pur connlry? A Jew. at; the -head 'of the great .tuberculosis campaign? An of manufacture paths'of pea'ue'liy providing'ajie'altny'rivalry in Ih'c'arls the nations. 'Ill Ihisjl was symbolic'.of the policy which'was'ever the desire of.VlctoVUi and her. brilliant consorl. As chairman "of." the Exliibiliqn-of jlnj due nnd tad of Prince'AjbSrtjVv i-f'cpni F-lilL -fpw-i 1851, flie high position.; lo the liislc, judgment mill I Removed to ils present ho'bettjr farniitig.disifict ._ jast auQixxiiHe rain not dooru- At tins writing n the Y.elwobd district are isbiug toudltio'u1 and farraerd are ail looking forward to a good1 crop, ivtth [rrobably one excep- tion. man writes iliese articks tbe Yclvvoad district gets paid for his1 work, and the people of 'the district should see" to it tliat the-newspapers publishing the same are made aware of tbe stamp of man 'LIVING ON PORRIDGE "Canadian :Courler) E'.cry man owns in jn-cscftr Urce should lie-Id i{ if'he haa io jiorridgo. And. is u-jood. wh'qlefpmc It lias heen the cliief "brnhi' niid muscle pioducer of Die-greatest "race tbe Dritisb 'their corre u'derjl- really view, asset becomes jiarl of a cjuiy, 1101. omy me. people.of England, but to those outlying poi'fioilS of 'Empire.. has been pleasingly marked by .the dondlioa'df by Jfr. Perkins BulV'prc'sident of Ihe :l! Jojce reiguf the exanifilcs sel'should.urKc a lliis.world's to lliing of Empire history.; OUR-. VIEW iMIegc Without a.Yell 'i vvouuer wb7-tbat'cbao always so "Well, >'ou lie "gritduc the- school' of experience, j institution .lias no college Paul Dispatch. peoples'.. Most oT been IMtig" taxes palJ 'ar.il live on oatmeal. bought outside tiulidivipioiis ttltd mirj- ing stocks. o.ugbt to Buffer.' About a-million Xowu.lols have solil In the wett. and a few in [lie east, thai will keep their owners living oil rjo'rridee. for A' great than tcti.' .But all tbe inside stuM Is'still good-and gomo of. the outside. Bui >ou-ra.UBt keep jour on" lendefloih-'steaks and duck'until our ta'sto IE .f llltlc A' few 'inonihs "on porridge will Irrlng back fo'r good food. Canada has had onfe Innings and arlother.-Is lo come." Don't sell anything nt a 'Eicrlfice.. Cache It and get a bag" of oatmeal. AH these stocts and iiocils other'good properties are just as they ever -were.' natural resources" anrfust as unobundcd as they were n 5 ear ago. Tbe "soil and the water-, poivcra and-the forests and the mines .away. -And ore tbe basis, of prosperity. Tbe popula- tion .aiono, is needed to create wealtb and g'row's. bigger day by.day." g Yes, bang let the bank manager 'scare you. Don't listen- to the- broker Vlio advisis you to sell -As for C. P. H. and Mac. kny. anil all the Canadian railways snj industrials, iliey are just as good as they ever wore. 'Their profits may. not ht ?s biehifgrj'a ulille. The manager may be- forced lo 'get clown an hour earlier and play golf once. or twjce less per week. But'1 Uie value Js still there, market: will go lower." with both knees. nnd II is now over a nionlh since parliament prorogued, and the lailiim Scnatc.jmd IhC-Brilish Empire still survive. V L r Canadian Italian. And 59 on, all flnd llicm furnishing brains iln ,'ii ciim.li So in welcoming our IM Pnorlose tight of Ihe fact Ihcir'uscs'- jn-thc'sersice of our counlr... B( i Ix-sl iiom them-by The nexl cry that will be heard in Ihc land will call for harvest hands. _ f The escape" of prisojiers from Ihe Edmonton jail contains a icum of comfort locallv. Lcllibrictgc isii'l Ihe only place modicum where prisoners can'fool Ihe guards. he tlip conditions elsewhere, Ihc Herald has no hesitancy in proclaimjng iliat Ihe crops in Soullici'ii Alberla 'are the-beslaver. -11. jieoplc feel il rather a lengthy wail for icre is the consolation llial we al- ihaking them feel lhal [heir destiny Is" up iri ours is.pne W the missions of nation ''I f This is' opportunity for British Columbia- fruil gfo'wc'rs lo'clciiio'tihlratc they can place berries.on llie fnarkel cheaper Ihanlhe fruil across the line. HOW RIDICULOUS the allempfs ft'ri'al p'rcsont bdini made over the border lo stem JlKi I-'oyd'.OTOige-feck" free lo lalk .Marconi slock now and H the Canadian.West, is sliown by Ihe pubiicai ll) c'liiwl in-under Ihe barn. in the-Argyle, Minnesota, Banner: Morin and J'a'r-'i CIlI. OoIplVTC flrtllTftf Vt.im'.. Jl.'.- '_'..'. last Friday where summer on elevator conslruc I nhd- Northwest is nrf'fiPhf f IP Her Problem ''Half the worid dOESnt knoSr Iipw the oOier half.lives.'.' I've jusl betn vi-ondering the Greens can a lirobusino when jou can't cvcii buy gasoline for Free 1'ress. a The Irfta C'ampaisn will have to allovv about according 10 rujr estimates, Candidate (bis first "Clerical Gosh! Docs a man- that's runnin' for sherrif liave to' hire a Tri- i Unwelcome Caller "Opportunity really liiiocks many a door." 'Then wby' don't more of us suc- ceed, "The trouble is' lhat -opportgnity wants us to go to Courier Journal. because GriiT the' saddl Mt tight, jThere. is_a man in Guelpb. a couple of streets of town- lots in. somewhere about of real. estate went mill people said the rppertX would farmed" some day. ju_niersat tight.iud on oatmeal. "or .lepiieaTs he walled and then it e'san "file started Ule by and finally cleaned up gocd.fmlf Today be is a Mlllonaire lining In' an Ontario city not Tdroblo. If you 'want his ad- resE order-to confirm the Iron thc'editor of.tnis olumn and "you can have it. He wi tlm Etory." And tbcTc are undreds oT others have lived on latmeal tm'a few years and then got jack.to-tcn'derloin steak with mush- ooms. Dori't be The only peo- le, who' will suffer are those who gets well under way there will.) Sonic Hits scenery. j _. it nil poinls whc-rc llicrc Wore cclcbralinns ncrsi ;irii viewing thc.pro.spccl.s of PpOplc do nol usually cclebriilc prtscnt lime; dial montiy s lowi Hat. and olhcr places, f1 looking for work. The ailds of. emigrants poii Morin saj-s Ihf5 gas wel1 somewl (IqVii iwrc'aboul is nothing more' thalr'aii of Minnc-' we.shoud thai'they are ,'i'hc-yuimg men wlioSvcnl home fo thtir Minnesota pf'liiborr, ;ir Iniigdngo gives them Tfinl EOlutely false and la, creating n bad ,An, Injutllce (Carmangay 3unl Tlitre IB an individual In the Yet- wood district who Is doing ihc dis- trict a decided Injury. He it a COP respondent lo two daily papers In the province, Iho Lrfthbrtdge .S'ews siij CaTgary and genda In long rc- poita about the Yctwo'Od anil'Hrune-Ua districts from weei (o'wcek In which Impression In financial cifcles about these particular districts. -This week the read a letter from i loan com- pany In which they staled that owing -.Our', negro Jaundrcsa works also for some friends of ours. Soon afler their daughter had announced her rnjage- nuiil, I said to '.V.e negross: "Vfrgle, you seen Mlanchc's I don't fcnow, aJic answered "11U aln'l beca In dc wash On the Face of It Tho inloimaUon editor received this feller from a frtsh .tbiitli: -j'Kinnly, icll me why a atnayb her when a fellow Ktsfica her." _ The editor rei-lied: "If jon send Jb >our jifiOto- graph wo may be able lo lei] >ou tbe reason." ''You worship jour antebtprs, you '.Tcfi." replied IJiow lii. cmhi ml Chinean philotoplier. "1 note with Interest thai you follow precisely Ihe You evolve the doc to unfavorable newspaper reiiprls 'rlnc. herfdlty and blame ypur an about drought they had for all jour oul no more money In tho YeHvood' district. man sent Iho sarno're' ports last, year, and anyone' who. understands the clrcuniEtar.ces knows gcjng to nmrry a poor man, "do }'o that tliey had a good crop In this j think I ought to lake a course Needless Expense asked tiic girl who ilstrlct last year, and it Is safe to sa. that there waa more No. J-grain de- livered to the oUvaton at Carmangay In economics? They offer a lovely one at Ilriny Mooro for hundred dollars." and Champion from the eaat counlr'y replied pater grimly. "Voi Ih.in from any cjlher sccllon.' j will gel one nothing after >ou ari Thei editor'of tue.Sun qu'i Don't be a coward chuck any of them. food. WHEM THE BABY'S GONE AWAY When he's here he's jist so dadburned small- 1 scarcely ever.notice liiw or ECS tho tyke at When Betty -scrubs an' dresses him 1 an'-sends him off to gathers up bis riliyiu1 -tools an' Usself awayj. He's Jist a iiUle spect "rovin'-tklnd That1 bides amongatt the .-Sowers an1 lie's most- too, find; Amongst thtj iliiuea bother men, like, me 1 guess I'd gnt.the'hablt him, But now 1'lell y" what it's Tlie ral-ins churp more tho r Is V comniori, _an' ibhlc. up along the" edgfe o' jilgjil hero's bul There' nn1 tlo'g my i l r J Tho sunset ms an' X It seems to H'TC -thcrcv3 nbthfn'- clsa In all ibevvorM 'An1 from' thfc -Void be's- left around this lonesome place, That little blt-o1 feller fiUs DD awful space! t f Wells.-- MORDKCA1 D1CKMAN The official heid killer tit the Jews In Toronto, Recently Ir.e were on-slnkc, crc3Un0 a peculiar trnbjrfsssmont for tovtnl diy> am the feljo-.v cltiicns ;