Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETItRRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1WT 'Published by the Lethbrfdge Herald" Prlntfnn Co., Ltd., every -law.' ful evening at Ite office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada, A. BUCHANAN PHONEi Editorial, Bcportorlal And News Department 1224 Win aging tj Tract or T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor- JOHN TORRANCE OutincM Manager PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Jfb par I merits 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES year I year, by inMl C months, delivered ti months, by months, delivered 51.00 3 mouthe, by wall...... 75c 2 mouths, delivered 35c. 1 mouth, by mall 25c, Addrwsea char.fied -as often as deslrrd. bul both and oKI addresses must- tip given. THE DAILY HERA Gross Drug Book Store; J. G. Hob- orison Co.; Jackaou Co.; Alexandra Peo- lile's Drug Store; Kenny Allin; Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress Kuf- fet Lunch, Diamond DM re. Medicine Hat AsBimlioin Hotel. D, Ferguson. Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company, i News Company. Plncher McCrea; .Mitchell Drug Co........ LO FOR SALE AT Bros. Vancouver NY Id a World News Co.; Nou-s Sliop, 445 ell Street........ NOTTS Co. 70S Hlvcr Side Avenue, Grassy Hotel. .Co- hen Nsws Agency. C al g s Book and News Store, 109A Slh Ave. Wcai; World News Co. Plncher Station Edward (lead. Gt, Co. Knol- den. News' Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eicM oFTntfre pages. ar.J contains a summary ol the ne'w.s of vreek, local and district I year in advance fi months in advance 50e cnscs of drunkenness, be it the liolio who 1ms lo face thr nmgis- Irnlc nnd be mulcted in-iiae and costs, or llio-.wcll .dressed inuii who L-onsiilii'rs himself of. rospecliiblo society. To Iw n Icctotnler is iioccssarv iii niithy ciises where strong drink lias its fasciimlion. liui willibiit insisting on Iliis in til] eitscs, it is tlwl there siio'iM be virtue in niodiTiitiou, for llii.s is wliiii-tcinjiennice means. Monday, July 7, '1013 THE PROTEST IN GIMLI TTHE LIBERALS OF GIMLI have decided to protest the election of Mr. E. L'. .Taylor in the recant bye-flection, a step which -thempprovnl of every right thinking Cmiadian, independent of politics. There hnve beeu so many serioiis alle- THE FIREFIGHTERS i I TX NO nKPAHTMENT of public safety are there more calls for j that spoulimeous spirit of %elf-sacrifice'which time and again Ihe men who compose Ihe lire brigades, (I was! j only matter of some fow days back that this was signalized in j the fire at Montreal, when four brave firemen luid down their; i lives in the noble discharge their diity. The world is not slow I iu awarding rceognitioii of dccils of brnvery, mid the public fun-! era! given the dead firemen was a testimony to Ihe admiration of j the courage displayed. I i It is unfortunate that often it needs sumothinjj-iti the way of i j n Iraged.v to attention lo the sliitV of which certain men nve'' i made. While nothing'occurs to create n situation in which! i pluck and self-sacrifice have an opportunity of showing thai! there are men possessed with these virtues, we are npl lo coil- j j aider them in their daily routine of vvork citizens.. We mny pass our fire stations ninny a lime .in the day, mid may I notice the members of .the brigade having what may look like nnj easy lime. Rut, none the. less, they are there waiting for the of duty, and ready to go through deeds in lighting tiros which! I bring out that heroism which is.frmiv'tinip. to time.'.displayed cmj I Ihe battle field, on a sinking ship, or in a railway catastrophe. And, possibly, with our lire lighters there is something more) which calls for praise than in those who distinguish themselves in the cases mentioned. In their particular 'calling Ihero. is not perhaps thai glmnor of excitement which lakes-men out of them- selves, and for. Ihe m'omcul removes them from' nny thought of existing danger. 'The iireman knows the risk he is taking, nml he lays bold of it with both hands, oftentimes with the full know- ledge that there is nn extremely sinaii chance of bis coming safely out of it. Through surging and suffocating srabkdrlie will miike bis way in the hope of. rescuing some mortal whoni ho does not see to in need of succor, bill who, for all ho knows, might be somewhere to be rescued. This cjills fpr a different kind j of courage lo that which is brought into play when the object to saved is in full view, find what may be his'precarious position is fully sensed. It is this fearless unknown exploration lliat calls lor that peculiar exhibition of bravery which marks the calling I: BH1NGING. UP A Moscr) gations made in connection with this election it is certainly up to 1 the'Liberals of Manitoba to mnlte good. Mr. Taylor, the success-; ful candidate, is one of the outstanding men of the city of Winni- peg nndpue' of the most prominent of western Methodist laymen. He takes a very prominent part in church work and hns alw.iys been regarded as a man of unimpeachable conduct. While it is passible that there could have been unlimited debauchery in (ririili 'without Mr. Taylor. having knowledge of it, there is no iloubt but- '-that the allegations rnade place him in a most un- "position and cause one part ol the connmmUy tit least to look on him with suspicion. There is no reuson lo believe Unit i i 'line of march. Bennett trophy; Germany's war Doct The town of Ciirdslou hopes lo benefit greatly by the That as Ta-r behind oth- er powers lu training doge (or roilllary clKinatiou.work being done- in Montana, just across the hortler.' Ho BJJ-S that Germany could plica no The Herald hopes, that, the most sanguine expectations may ltian 'ive thousand .trained dogs the riding, and the debauching of the foreign vote was anything but conducive lo good citizenship. Manitoba hns an unenviable j reputation for crooked political tactics, and the Gimli bye-elec- tion is said to have gone the limit. J_et the evidence-qornc oui and if there was one half the cor- ruption asserted, the honor loving public will expect a man like Mr. Taylor to publicly repudiate the means by which his election was secured. Mr. Taylor is slated for cabinet honors and he would have no moral right to be one of His Majesty's advisers if io the field If it were r.eceseary, and f these dogs can dogs and .___________ I North oC England terriers tor thiB.puT- T r, r poao. Ho reasoned that If does .In the east, fourth ol July demonslra lions in the west areiustful to Germany., they should also regarded as fostering an American spirit. Nothing of the kind, bo to and so in a There nrc so many places cclcbraling Hie Isl il lakes the.exlra j3mail lje heEa" the of a. So Uftdtgnlfled (Toronto Globe) The 'wife of .'tbe premier or Denmark is pftrlittmentfiry _stenographcr. Hvl- detitly she does" not think that every ivomaiVe' sphere is thb'iome.- day to give every one a play before harvest commences, j jThc Uhilct! Slates is nnl THE BANNING OF LIQUOR tions. A NOTEWORTHY FEATURE of the present day is the iillnn- tion given in public functions to the matter of temperance. have had the historic banquet of Secretary Bryan whidli called forth many comments favorable and sarcastic. Jual re- cently in this country have had the request made, and com- plied with, to taboo all drinks uf a spirituous nature from the functions to be held in honor of the visit of the'war vessel New Zealand to the Pacific coast. There arc those who argue that there is something arbi- trary in arrangements of this, kind, in that certain men arc en- deavoring to" force their principles on others. They sre no rca- -strong as Gibraltar" aas.hecomo tt The C. P. R. is entitled lo credit for nnnrmncing licfore the arc placed on the iiinrkc'r that the (uwnsife of Kmpi-ess is hot at Alberta "Koiu-IJi" Major Richardson was liualified for his sfilf-appohiterl and it vvns not long until his kei 'vitro TatnouE. Dog'e Day Coming lo be a flivisJomil-.fjoiKl.-1 So ninny eyes wci-c csisl on Kmpress j Turkey and the "sing of Spain for'his Itiat it woiild have been .cnsv lo allow the idi'a lo prevail and'.Bwylce in supplying iralncd tloKs: m-ices for tlic lols. The C. P. R. lias! (he fft'lt that tlie B: .Tiruo to Grow Up B. G., Star) Physical traJalnff, discipline, brav- ery, or. anything good soldiers aro taught crm bn" teamed liy peaceful methods and without the use of aword, knife, bayonet, guu or otbcr weapon. Why' Not Canada? (Halifax Chronicle) fleet will consist' o( one battleship cruiser, two Jlght crufEe'rs and a'torjiedo flotilla, and hy tho end of August It will be in Aus- tTaliah waters, complete In aH re- epccU. The artU'al of the Australians Us home sinters, whore it will ba cpmpletcly the control of the" AUBtralJpn government, 'will be followed by tho of fbp. alifps. oof the royal navy from Aus- traltan T.-atera and .wilt mark tho ter- rnlnaLlon of Ihe'lTlbptt-paying scheme VfiUch Australia- hea found uris'atis- f ana incampaUble' with lior rollcy .of, riatldnal development. In future' the ahlpa ot the Australian In Australia, and will ne mannird and controlled by the commonwealth governmont, ThlF Is precisely lUe policy whtcti 3lr .Wilfrid proposes for Can- adp.' It Ift the nqltcy which Mr. BQT- d'en and his uewspaiier orgntis assort will, lead to "fioparaLlon." Australia has no thought of Reparation, sind the of the old country are not nc- cugtng .people of Australia of 'separatist designs." On the contrary they are" hnlling the creation of the Australian navy as a great Imperial milestone, wMch will EtrenfUhen the de ot Imperial unity and confributc matRrlally'to HHtaln'R mastery of. the AuHtrtilU 13 upon a Square deal. War Ofiloo is only slowly recognizing 1 tlio valuo o[ dogs, private on- TRAINED DOGS TO.STRENGTHEN FORT linvu secured them for ot tha IarKt'3( regiments, such aa the .'.Scottish the Rordon is termed a fad. j stronger. The Admiralty ha cd Major E. JI- illchanlson. tfie ore, tlio nnd others, where lhey .am officially gazetted scouts. 'o reeist .1 sudden Turkish attack that- In the [ielgtcvn army dogH aro nacrl have dostroj-cd the snrrlgon. J for muchlno guns, wblfe in' Be this as it may, il cannot be soid tlml using 'the occasion for.bringing the temperance (question into prominence is not ._.............._ without a good purpose. Example, or we may put il Bentrfen.. selected by "of a fasinoD, goes vory.far. Too a good many cases lo celebrate means io ge in for a quantity of liquor which men would not imbibe in tbe ordinary way. The condition arrived .'nt is euphemistically described as being or having a "glorious nnd thereby it is deprived of that opprobium which distinguishes the true state, of being "drunk." Thai so oml so vvis "feeling fine" implies (hat he has achieved a cer- tain amount of. distinction, and this is where the'creation nf the right suniiiiicri'i wii! effect considerable good. Kariy in tbe campaign In Tripoli, Ma- j other countries they are attached to JOT went to the front, an-Jrtho ambulance tlepnrtmcnt, and Impressed by the oppprtunlty the! used for hunting up 'wounded ,Bol- campaign offered for (rained dogs. Ho dlers. breeder nnd Iratner .of doas. to went back to Roinn nml received an send a. number of these 'animals to the fortreSF, where they will he used selected by 5 la. described as a fcdales." and as tht Airedale Is rata'er a mixed .b'reed it- self, the new guards arc not likely to have any great pedigree lo hnast oi. A picture of-one-of the dogs !R that of a rather coarse forty-'Mvc or fifty pounda, a sinall- K" customer that There are EO many uses to which eyed "varmint l order for five hundred, of UICSD ran he nut iliat wo may o footed soldiers. Wtieve he was oblo'ilhat in tlie near future Shakespeare' (o gather up five hundred trained dogs phvate concerning (he "tlogs of war" on short notico Js not plain, but it is j will be Riven n new meaning; and probable tint the dogs supplied to the i dogs will play hardly a less important Italian army were not specially train- They for the most pan tar- r.'ers or working sheep dcga, endowed part than homes on Iho world's Mail nnrt Empire. birth tvith the necessary ijuftli- fp t'ns of watchfulness and Those dogs Tvcro at onco aenl to the1 front, and were stationed nfcw night- fall some hundreds of yards In front u-oulrt probabb1 prefer to takt a piece put of the ICE of an unautliorJzcd In- of iho flalt-in lines. They were able truacr.rather-thiiti-tat a.selected stnsll a or an Arab at a great The hnnnitttf of JifJUOV ill puhliu fimclions help to RtcliardBon- also breeds distance, nntl on many oqcaslons their (Jus. For Ihis njitson it is quito, iti until it is Jen roused ihp Italian sentvicB in What Others Think She Stoopi to Conquer [Cotalt NupRct) Tim feature of accepted llmt a man over ilrinkA placos hiinscir cxnctly in tlic posilion of. a man who ovcr-ealS, ontl thereby CHFIIS (or. himself the iniuiiviahle.descriph'an of being y hog. Tu view or'ffic.grcnt evils tlriinkeiiness causes, v-nrlvocates arc cngngcdin u praiseworthy em'smle. Their labors '..would he gicaily aided if the proper stigma was alluded to nil of bis breeding have been fihlppcii io most parti of the world, and bitten by a Make Fine Sentries i v-hlch does ihe biting. UiclinrtUon Bflya that n. dog, la li IB ihe to reuorl-s Hie Major ban had of them can hear a aouiiil at leant -100 yards i they bavc proved very useful. further iban a man. TJicy do not Tall! Fiflbting the Turks nsleep even when they have had a! They phyed n. prominent in tho Turco-ltfiHtin find nn OUR oec.v aJou warned the Italian force in limo Armor Platers' (.Moosornln World Policy wciulsomo but are ni all ihetr to prevent war, says alert. A dOK IB Ju3l ns bravo at nlpht U nowa item. Hoow? By building as ly daytime, nnd oa die slightest' moro butilesiifpa. sound 'Eha .rr. her money to'eatabJIsti her own fleet io promotn deveiopmcnL of her own and to provide new avenues of employ people. Why tiol Canada? for hc-r own ST. SWJTHUN'S DAY The 1 6th of July is the Riipir of the translation of the relics cf Si. Swltlitin, -and Is 'obKcrved' by Roman Uatbqilca and Pip Is copal ion's. Sjicaklng of the day, a Roumn olio authority says: "Wo little authentic tlou of (be rielalls of St. Rwlthun's life. The- early 'biographers nf oui saint.. Uinfred'.and Wulslaii. practically no particulars of him, and (9. tbo Hie by Gottelitt wo must look for auch ns we give, no bounds, and ot the poor nud alj irsre In mark- ed contrast to hlfl hnTahnnaB toward lilmeelf and the austerity ot MB His -emphoaiio. hta tiro- lesi energy In building churches atid renovating old orxei, and read tbat he tad so much jnfluenoe otor Eihelwulf that big raodnrch, fit -hfa bestowed a' tenOi" of his lands for tho use of-tbe churcb and.' for rcllBiouB pirrpoaoB. AVlUlam of. Maloiaabury tolls 113 that Bishop Alba- tan, of Shorborno. EtbeiTvuira minister for tonijporal iBuJ-3tr Sn-lttrnq for spiritual matters. "His humility and Austerity were BO great that he always undertook diocesan Jouruays bn foot, Irrefpectlvo of tlie Benson of the .year, and tno climatic, conditions, nnd els' charity toward the floor IE best iUustratod by the tact that, he frcqueutly gave banriiinls, AL' his table were lo be round not the rich and powerful, but 'the hall, the larne'and hlinfl' of bis 'lie built a bridge bviej- tfre Hchen, 'near the eastern gaie of _his'cathedral and so substantially 'wns tho work done'thai when Oolzelln vrrote the stono arches Blfll remairied. The same biographer fells n story in connection VitlV 'Hits bridge. A market woman Cell and broke some sbo was carrying In. n basket pltylnjr the oealirrc'R-. misfortune, bleastd the basket, and tlic.egea 'were found whole and "St. SivUhifn' died (lie of July, 802, nnd" buried, .at his own re- quest, wHboht the tu u vile, unworthy he'pleaded, "One years Inter, u'lien St. Uunstnii and ElbeUvold of Winchester were supplanting the Becuhir canons hy monks, tho new Cathedral of Win- chester which tliey waf dedi- cnted to St. Sirltlniu, tho former one having h-sen tinder tho nutronage oC St. Peter and Paul." "Gotzelfn B monk who came to England Horirfrnn, who was Sallaburv Irom 10B3 to 1018. This erudite writer embodies in his work nil the traditions that remained to bo concerning thn aalnt in hla time, "St.3wlthun born of noble par- ents in ibo reign of King Kgbert, and .displayed learning toivartt (.lie religious life. He- van ordained prleat by TlplmlRlan, Illahon of Winchester In 838. The famo nf hla icurnliiR and janctltjr of lifn gatng1 abro-id, the appolntfid him guardian HIM] to hlft unn KUiolwulf, and held him in lilghtifit eattem, In iha rcfgn or EJthelw-ilf he WJB rnlHorl ia the See ot and conBccrated by Ceolnoth, Archbishop of Canier- bury. "The zeal ot tUo uuw blybop know LATE MRS. ISABELLA WATSON One of oldest' citizens, who died on June aged 97, leav- ing tlx children, 24 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren, In various cities of Eaiteri) and" Western Can- ada.