Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
.THE LETHimiDGE DAILY HER T.v I July i i i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Publlthed by the Lethbrldne law- fill at lu office. Sixth Street, Lethbrldgt, Alberta, Canada; k. Ma-using T, W, QIMYLE And jib e. 1252 5UBSCTIIPTIOM HATES t dellvaW 1 year, by mall 6 months. delivered V'.OO months, by mail- 3 months, tteltverftd jl.Ofl 3 mfmilis, by mall 2 months, delivered 3Sc. l month, by mall Addrenei I'hanttd as ofien desired, bul both new' ana 75c 25c. THE DAILY HERALO FOR SALE.AT Cross Driis Si Book Store; J. G. Rob. Vancouver-----W ertson Co.-; .lacXson fc Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- plo's Drus Store; Kenny Allln; Holel Cigfir Stand; J-lmpreas Buf- fet LimcU. Diamond D'Aro. Medicine Hat AnsUiiboli Hotel. D. Ferguson. Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. N'awg Company. Plneher Mitchell Drug Co........ Broj. ,Ido Co.; Newa Shop. 445 Jrttatqsoii News Co. 705 River'. Side Avenue. Grassy Lske Hotel. .Co hen Agency. .ppoh Xewi 109A 6th Ave. West; WoridTNews Co. Piflchcr Station Edward Read. 31. N'etrs Co. Carman Knot- den. News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Published pvery Weilr.esday In tiirhi orTrTdru and contains Fiffjitnary at the n (Mrs of the iveefc. local nad dfsiiict '1'vear in advance f the 6 mouths in advance 50o June, uml unite in making the Dominion's untni ''tiny a iiiore not- able, holiday.. j The, Sun rtienns well but doesn't realise that it is suggesting }n dillicully that would be even greater than the bringing iibon'l of the Confederation 'of the Ciuiaitinn provinces in 1807. Ifnngine, what would happen if the Orange and St. .Ic-an Daptislc societies icelebrnled OH the same day in the same city. Instead of sending Dreadnoughts to fight in the North Sen we would need thorn i right here in Canada to quell a rncinl war.- Pity it is though Iliat thfi iliillcjuuin is nol ill liaiid to bring (ibotij a joint colebni-i lion on July 1st. j THE POLITICAL ACROBAT T IKR THE MAN wlio changes his religion, biltor (iie iiiisn who nnd iinrrowin his j changes his politics becomes mov views. I i The Toronto News is edited by Sir James Willison. Hislhc: i most1 bigoled Tory sheet in Cnnnda. !t lacks independence in its) viewpoint and is slavish in its support ot Toryism. This is proof! I of the bitterness nnd narrowness which follow change in [political faith. Mr. AVillison was once a Liberal mul a stout de- i fender of the party, whether right or wrong, He became asso-i ciated with the News as an "independent" venture. political j I friends felt he would r HE TORONTO WEEKLY-SUN is out with the suggestion lhal in order, lo bring aboui a better observance of "July 1st, the Orangemen should drop, their celebration of the 12th of July and members of the St. Jean Dapliste societies that'of the 2-lth of Have you.bikun a linlidny? Now is the thiia to think about it. Tim of Winnipeg of winter wheat in Southern Alberta has tended to thai Ihe growing What Others Think High Time (Toronto Weekly Sun) The church at fast eecma to LJO awakening to the obligation resting upon it, a.9 the creation of tbe Prfnco o( Peace to raise Us In oiiiioal; Lion to 'the -mlHtarlHt- clatnor which ol late has been lUling the land. 'For some yeara Uiis duty had been almost wholly -In not a tow cases pro win en t clergymen have openly allied themselveB with .the appstlOB of jingoism. Latterly there has been a gratifying change. miodtti Presbyterian, "Melhod: fd't; Baptist and CongrflgAUonal definitely stde o( meeting in Toronto, have placed themselvW Jt ia Veil, "on the DlcadvanUge of. ,'Advance- ment t-fctvs.flntl-Leader) 'A. few (Ikyfl.ngp .1 j-eacl Ip aoine per a. statement.to thfi of'oct lhat'tliq pollco authorities in China, were 8orj lously concerned becatiap of.the-d'8- appearance -of plg-tatl. or nueuej Once so-generally worn In. that par( ot In the o.ld.riayB 't Booma ihnt-onn policeman could trol iv detaclinjeut ..ot_ ftix or prisoners by tying, ttooh- plg-talln -to gether, and so one .could apply to Ihe group tho poeVs words, and aay mot-eth alfogethor, If it move at all." Rut without Che plR-tall tho group may become flna'nnrous, and as fU mom- ._.. __ _____ weed crop in this part of the province, affoixls room for reflet- the 7nay "olt ln dlffGrsrit uie i numhor of to keep 'thorn togother, Just For a Joke There "Say, ma. -.wlw said 'NcltTior a bor- row nor a lender Sorhtt who'd lived in iho suburbs, 'Toifnay." Life. general, Not a- Battlp.. ordered tbo "Sorry, i-esnondcii tlie or- rterly, thd-wine cone Pitlsburg Host. A Sirigular tobtive l "Hey! What are yo doing Arthur -u-as up "the pear his pockets full lusctoim fruit, white 'bplow stood n mill terrier, try- Ing wildly and- frantically to reach him, v s And the owner- of tlio'lr'eo-and liud Just coma upon Uio sgent-. "What d'ye want uj> my tree, young asked Jhe farmer ngaiu, in gruff and lonca. l-t-trying io your d-d-dog to stand :on hife" h'h-bind Sticking Around 'A fly had lust got atuck on some fly paper. "Come with said a companion, lifting his -n-Jngs and starting- off. said' the- detained one, "I guess I'll stick around C..C, CAMERON. of who (a Conservative cahdtdate'for the legis- lature tn North Grey? tri" the "vacancy caused by the resignation of A. -G. Mackay, now of- EJmonton, Cheap Lots .Lots in Blocks 170, 1T1 and 172 ench. LfOtfl in Bloet Lols'in'WocV." Lota In Block I-ols Irv Block in each -J5BD In Block I-otB In Block (n Black Lota in In Block Lots (n Block: .lie 117 113 12.0 .121 130 JSfO J600 JEM tern Terms, thiM 'cash, balance one and two years ..G.P.R. Ready-made Farms.at and Firs't-class Irrigable Land Also .For Sale Far fall particulars apply Wilson Skeith Sole Agenti, C.P.R. Co. Phone 1343 Upp, Alexandra Hotel. I!