Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LE y, July IETHBRIDGE DAILY UTABUHHRD DieSMBER 1W7 Publlth.d by LithbrUgt Htr.ld Polishing Co., liwlul PHONI: I.I, AM Ovpirtmtnt 1224 at Hi eftlce, Sixth W. -A..-.iUCHANAN Director T W. QUAYLE Managing Kdltor JOHN'TORRANCI Builneu Manager PHONE: Advertising -..'Circulation Job" 1252 DAILY" "ATM I Ittr ecKrmt I months 'Yirtir. by null "JS.JJ t monthi, by rail! H.SO chanced as as tfejlred, both old M must Kh'en. Store THK DAILY HBRALD FOR SALl AT Mtdidnt M.. Xprthun. Store: J. P- tlobartson crjuibrook, B. and. JacIuon-fc'Co.; Hotel; Pioplcs ...Drag-. .'.'etareshoim_o. -L. City .ntert. Pincher D. L. McCrea. Bros, Drujj Book Company: B. Btnl. iiiiond rus Co. Vincouvar, Cora Street: Jnmieson 1 Co.; TOG r.lveralde Aver d Wide Brown, Xews C. P. R. Trains THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday firelcbt or more parei, and contains a summary of the of local and district 1 jear in II H j months In advance .....50c. 6 months In-advance ......Tec. T k UK COXGRATULATIONS to a water carnival i enterprising citizen u ho "hi started, the.-idea of forming boat club, and 'arranging a regatta fo Lethbridge during the Congress week. The project sbouk not be allowed to-die for want of co operation. The 'waters of Henderson Park lake will :fonn an for a regatta, combined with aquatic sports, but help proving n great attraction during the momentous week to come. It will be a thousand pities if the idea does not materialize. But we ho reason why.it should not, provided our duzens. influential or otherwise aive it their hearty support. With the facilities to hand a boat cluh should be one of the in- stitutions of Lethbridge. There might even be more than one, and ibis will tor .rivalry between.' com peting clubs at the' contemplated re gatta. Now ia tiho time to set about the formation'Of these, so that old oars men may have the opportunity to ge! back their skill, and tyros to become accomplished in1 the new form of ex- ercise _and sport. Thev amusement committee ot the Congress may well consider the scheme. To the regatta during the the fif the is pro- .with .decorated and lighted crafts in, procesaion, attendant This will be a novel means in -the history of the city for giving .delight and amusement to thousands. While speaking of the uses to which the lake be put it will.be per- tfnerit' our subject to call attention to the necessity of creating some sort building h'e apparatus. The. lake and large, and ihere is 'notv a dbiiht tliat many accidents will "They may come about carelessness, or from the ris-j in'g ot" :siiddeii wind squalls to whic we are subjected. Even an amatet can nen in public. .Perhaps.it is just as in a democnstic country that flings should be it somehow onveys the impression to outsiders hat triumphant. .democracy is any hhig but a triumph THE MOST DELIGHTFUL period of the summer in the west Is the evening. As a rule it ia cool and refreshing after the heat of the day. It is -the one time in-which the -moat pleasing forms of outdoor .repreatipn-may be carried on. There- .fore, it 1s not out of place to look to means.whereby.the most can be made of'.it. To accomplish this has been started''the, bj no means idea CK dajlight saying It is the adding of one more, hour to the evening by .advancing the clock an hour, and so substituting local for standard time, speaking the_ labors of the i'day? during; the period of-.May 1st to .Oclober'are toliegin an hour sooner, and an To make the change general, and so avoid any inconvenience, there B the pretty fictioa of -working on. the old time basis as repi esented bj the 1 hands of the clock, Tnhich though marking are In r.ea'ity aa hour fast. i .The scheme is: well described as j daylight saving. Its advantages such that they cannot but be apparent! to all. Tho only objection that mav! be raised is that it may nnt altogether! fall in -with C. P, R. time. But'.tlilsj is a difficulty..'which .may easily be obviated; either by -a Httle and easy mental process, or by the placing of local time tables in hotel lobbies or oHier -with the clock faces ot the localitj in which the idea is utilized In our "own city we .think the adop: tion.ofithe scheme will be a boon to 'nia'ny, In fact it should be more ac- ceptable than a regular week-day, .half- bclidaA The extra hour of daylight would be greatlj prized for those who indulge In tennis, tcotball. golf, boating and such like pastimes. It would ;do much in adding to health and in giung md energy to or woman in the ofiice or the-counter. Moose Jau and OnlUa have put the plan into practice and there its ad- >antagei are higlih spoken oL Amongst the' many mentioned we may cite the folloiMiig Daylight: saving is an hour more iea. It glscs special privileges to none to all It-means rest in the dark hours and ork and in the sunlight. So far as Lethbridge'Is concerned, the opening of Henderson Park lake adds'another pleasure. A new recrea- tion :to the toilers in the Itj It is essential that they -be More Zealcus ;Thaii- the Male (London Advertiser) How would volunteer r a housc-tOthouse.cahvasg'ifor any e except an election17 Canvtss ing for money (js several degrees loss pleasant than', canvassing'-.-for votes. Cutting A foolish fellow went to the parts parson, and told him, with-a- Ion face, that ho hnd seen a ghost. 'When and asked th clergyman. 'Last replied the ti in id man 'I was passing, by; the church- and u against the It I Beheld. lh spectre. 'In what shape did it ask cd the clergyman. 'It appeared -in the shape.-o-f ass.' 'Go home, and hold your tongu about it. Von'are a very-tiinld'ma and have been frightened at.your ow shadow Book Agent's Repartee Owen Johnson ,says that "the bes example of repartee he-, has eve heard came from a Now Haven bool agent, who in at Yale, is called "John students because of his society-man .John son-..was -a freshman then npHn.Eierspn.hall. The 'bonk 'deal knocked, sa'ttvcb "Ah, I'see some The average woman is-ready to do I new tlu> year." A would-be-wif both uhen her sjrapathios aie eii of Johnsons class responded Win, yes, we change them In- .ent repli-es, still I trust will geUi better iaue next jouug sir! Francisco Argonaut. listed, ilen qiay direct a good move- ment with a practical instinct, but it needs the-fairsos to get-up.the steam and make" concern. The Right Spirit Enterprise) When, .we: come .-right down to de monstrate facts, there is'ho section of the "last that; has the ad- vantages and opportunities thai "the Pass possesses.- Grow? If resources count for anything; if energetic, pro- ;ressive, optimistic' people count for anything, then, some" day part of sunny Southern Alberta will be dense y populated. 'Every thoughtful man who has not been-vblindcd :by the curse of pessimism and he viho has investigated -the ''will Tgree on th stantly the book a more sauvely allowed to make the most of it. organizing adiancmg of the clock would mean n .this case an added hour for, the delights- of a 'wholesome relaxation during the only period in which it is available. Apart from this, the aub- stitutJon of local time means an ad- vertisement which in these commer- cial .days. ..we cannot afford to dis- regard, and it is a cheap one at that. Let Lethbridge jrive Albeita a lead. It is an which once tried will never be regretted. Farmery Whip (PinchT Creek Echo) Farmers do" not: have to' elect their rt-n candidates In 'order to secure he want. All they are to do Is to .becqme.thoroughly stand together and present solid front and then be ble to dictite the of any rnmen-t The of electing so illed farmers candida.tea is pennv isc and pound-foolish: No farmer hould aspye to that position but very farmer the.' country should ecome a unit, in a- progressive or- anization for his at the polls 111'thus beccnie much-more effective ban his or nay' would be In House of Commons Never mind :keep on Pat being brought the cordei for the nrjit time, the follon ing" ensued is your rCasey.' 'What is jour occupa tion' Oim a "sailor" v V Bailor' 1 lieve you were ever oii: a ship In your life. Suie an does jer honor think-.01 came from ,Ireland au- tomobile7 OUR POINT OF VIEW i Comments on ram are becoming Yet we hear neter 3 f'grouch arc hating an election on Thurfedaj Lets did hear tbiit word Before7 The citj council is To be commend ed in the mannerjn which it came to aid of Regina'a storm'suffercrs The spirit of the west prevailed A HavaUaii sot a worlds recoid for the Olympic games at Stockholm the jwojile there jtahl no attention to it, at the It's cnsllj seen that agents have not >et invaded, Hanflil 'j'he bridegroom'who'Hew over the fhaprcl -by hijnaoJI .while thc bride took a boat must been a queer duck At ac> late it didn t lake hi. bettei half long to tmd out that he waa a ,V-'' That bassball game other day reminds ue.or our ri'iondam frrautl, lo nit Bill Carney, Lubricated grounds have played, an important part in Western Canada League affairs in bjgone days. I U'Segur sajs that ho lia's Tound a-fine head of-oil in Southern'Attarta. What next? It his long been our own private opinion a little care- ful-research .would revealthe Garden Eden-hidden.in our midst, Coal OU> miners ate going home- s lead In gr In thcli epnre time. Thoso miners arc lucky Kindlv point out country on the. face prtue "Just para r .Disappointed (London Advertiser) Wilson's -nomination .is: a deep dip appointnient to borne anti recipiocitv agitators, who.1 hoped to ,'use1 Champ Clark as a bogey.. BE A BOOSTER Uo you knon- there's lots-o! .people.; Settio round in every .tPWR, Growin'. like a broody chickeB; Knockin1 every good tiling; down? Dont you he that kiml o cattle Cause the% ain t no earth, You just be a booster rooster, Crow and boost for all you're.worth If your town needs boostin boost 'cr Don't hold back and waitjo.sae H some other fellow's Sail right in, this country's free. Xc one's got a-mortgago on it, It's just yours as much.'as his; You get. in the boostin'; biz. If things Just don't sera to.suit.you And the 'world-seems kinder- wrong What's .the matter with a Just to help the thing along' If your town is shy on boosters 'Cause if things should stop a-spin' We'd be in a EOivy pliRht; You just keep that horn Boost her up with all yout might. II you know some fellcrV failin's Just forget 'cm, 'cause you: know That same feller's ?ot good points Them's the ones you want.to show, 'Cast your loaves out on the waters, .They'll come 's a sayin' true; too they 11 come back but When some feller boosts for .-you. When ou'jc ofl toJoi. a liltle bit sick, not sick lo tall the A on a sine ,nul ,n I c A mcdicira that jou can ibaojuleh icly on Tints advertise Nyals' Family Remedies I oolt for the dandelion raloicd wrappers and 'lie name NYALt Tho roimuln ot Nyais Family Remedies are all good and thero'e a ipeclal Remedy for most ordinary eierjddy ailments, which we know to be effective. 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