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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .THE DAIfJY riERALP 1'6. 19-13 IETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER HOT by Ltthbrldaj Herald Prlnt'ng Co., Ltd., every law. j evonlna office, Sixth Street, Lathbrldgi, Alberta, Canada. PHONEl Editorial, Reportorlaj-j Arvd Newt Department 1224 W, -A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYl-S Managing Editor 'JOHN TORRANC8 Ruilnaaa Manager Circulation And Jcb Departmenta 1 2 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES t year dailvored 1 year, by mall 6 monthF, delivered ?2.00 0 months, by mall S months, delivered S1.00 3 months, by mall 2 montns. delivered 36c. 1 month, by mall Addresses cnanKed aE otten UCJtreJ, but both addrejses 'must be BlYin. 760 THE DAILY HERALD. FOR SALE AT -Red Cross Drus Broj.- Vancouver World Co.; News Shop, Street News Co. 705, Hirer Side Avenue. Grasty Lake .Hotel. .t .Co- hen. News Agency. Leading Bool and News' Store. 109A. 8th Are. West; World News Co. Plncher Station Edward Read. St7 News Co. Kcol- don; Kswa Co.' Lothbrldg Book Store; J. G. Rob- ertson Co.; JScfciou Hptsl; Peo- ple's Drug Allln; Lothbrluss Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress Buf- fet launch. Diamond TVArc. Medicine Asslnibola Hotel. D. Perguion. Mur- Phy Co.; Croubrook Book Company. Company. Plncher -McCrea; Mitchell Drug Co........ IV THE HERALD hefl ftvary in 'elsht. summary ot the.iiews or tne 1 rear in advance iind mnrlct C- months Jn advance enough to hfing irilo effect'within its cp'hfS.nSsV Ayimt however, was that tenipenmcc. men party. liqubr men voted solidly io pvo.tcct 'their oyn interests 'nnd iignlivst "abolish fevy'silaha of. this hind from hvoweOly temperance ridings discournge lenders taking Mi'd- .viinccd temperance measures in tow. if "we have slay with be gained by. moving but when people Irpiii'btljer lands nre cb'nV ing by the LOSING A GOOD CITIZEN THE BANK OF COMMERCE recognized-reiii nhility nnd faith- ful'and loyal acrsice when (t promoted C. G. K. Nourse to the position of ninnngcr of its Cn'gary N'ourse-Jiqs heen looked upon in Lethbridge'QS n bnnltcr of-tjie-highcsi nnd itlia'd been anticipated tlint the time .pi-rive he would be placed in R tie vould'hc-giyeii opportunity for service in the bank. His from thWjfciiy is a genuine loss to the commercial life of the "city i'liiitU >s hifliUy gratifying to know that he. close us to keep; mi eye on our affairs nnd put-in n word for it.may Mr. Nourse is a type of ..Banker particularly vnhinble new country. He hud imbpiindlng faith in this city and distpct. :The hank he looked upon as a legitimate iiica'ns of aiding'dc- i velopnieht, and he closely; allied his business with the eucoiiritge- j men I of agriculture and tiie adoption-of'h'clteVnielho'ds' of fjifni- In city affairs he-gave magnificent service as presideut-of the Board of Trade. Sane and conservative ah avoided iopjisli boosting nnd exploiting. Hcf'iieiiil with nfFnJCs like; a Inis'iness lua'n and the city benefitted >by ;his temif-e of Did the dour .temperance r_----, have heen shoulihg tbeinselves hoarse for 'total prohibition vote for the' iibolisii-the-har candidate in .the Norlh Grey bye-elso- tion? Nay brethren." They went ip. like little moil and voted parly and cost'their ballots for the same mail as the a'nti- prohihitioh interests, it. was ever thus. .And then some temper- ance men wonder why political lenders are so apatliolic towards their cause. ns-hls policy! Leikler Rmveil of Ontario caii'lihi-'aiy hope to carry nny riding for the Liberals in which there is a' largo, cci.itre. of population like Owen Sound. He wit likely make some headway in exclusively rural ridings, but the liquor interests will get his sculp every time in the towns and cities, the world is not yet siifricisjritly .uenr the inillenimn stage to'hope that any considerable number, of political opponents wil turn over on the temperance policy, It's fine theorizing dops bu they- object to voting Grit. Xviiat a higlrnrjtl mighty opinion sOnio: people hold of th city council When they intimate.that 'spine of the aldermen favo a wide open city because- they..nre Probably th nklcrnieu as a body would be pleased to bave those "influenced of Ms cpnneotimi orgamzalious hpnH.of a department to lake I of thc-ycnr. There must be an i appreciate.. cause, and it would he worth i ORIENTAL HEALTH '-rr? Wheu he miased a BORDBN. HAD BETTER WATCH OUT T> RESS DESPATCHES Borden' and Honi'Sv; S. Fielding St. good_ Tories tliink of on Avi-' tliey frying1 "to hand Cnr The niivy demand head for "Wfiy" sripjiltTa- Liberal? It is too awful to cogitate'iip'.piL lip to the Edmnoton Journal for a-reply.-' '.ORIENTAL iiu.ii.U4a4 i. f.-f. HE GOVEHNMENT of Japan believes in protecting the.'health 1 of its ten Health rules observe' them: 1.'. Spend as much 'lime .put 'of- as :.Bask much in the sun.and exercise. care 'that your respiration "is always "deep and regular-' 2 As regards meals, eat meat only-once a let; the diet be eggs, cereals and vegetables, fruit and'frcsh cows' milk. Take; the lasl'named as much as possible. Masticate WHat Others'Think. Thefti, (Toronto Star) torsing cheques to the amo.uiit o[ n young fellow in Calgary-Tras glveii- ten years' imprisonment.' will paltry No' man should be dishonest HAVING OTHERS DO THE FiGHTING HY DOES NOT.Hon. W. A. Charlton go to Greece or Bulgaria and talk to.people who want to fight instead of tiring out Canadian audiences that could not be dragged into battle with a yoke of oxen? This is from the believes in bav-ing others fight the Empire's bal'Ucs. They have so little faith in Canadian manhood that tliey prefer to have Ei'ijjiiin'ri mSii thips, which would be built in England with Canadian money. for' lees': tfi'an "a hun'dfcd'-VftibuBOna iynaV'iwiis' 'man' Bub' ikrniijuV oh-'tKo'Milrle aalo- aiBsrt' thut-.-Cart- ada'B far; worse tban a prleonor, ;H'e BO .1 i la- Btideiit taken.-outra .pQotlc; ir'hlati; no.-pool should be; .allowed Io run at large. Public water fo'untalni aUo ihould be establiihtd'tor.'poeU. It -we negleat thl? simple precaution, can ive coniplnln when a :pool bites us In tho North Pacific Coast On Daily June 1 to Sept 30 Return Limit Oct. 31st, 1913 To_VANbO'UVER, B. 0. j B. 0. WESTMINSTER, B.O. WASH, WASH. 1 i1 TACOMA AND iCidal alf) RETURN PORTLAND, QOING VIA 8E. ATTLE and RETURN CAA KK -Via Spokane PORTLAND, ORE., Going and Re- For further particulars aply to. Do. pot Ttckat Office, Telopbono 512, ol wrlto to R. MoNElLLjE, Dlitrlct-Passenger Agent, Culgary, Alia. nui io say tobacco and.alcoholic beverages. 10. Avoid places that arc too UC IJUIIL III 11 At heart most Canadians prefer, keeping out of the and badly scvenlh onc -js- vrlittle ,1 business but if tlicv are compelled to'make a choice be-1 They .are all but icvenm one _. m'ent business but if they are compelled to' make a choice be- ween having others fight the battles of the Rmpire or paying men later course as OF to fight on their own ships, they wiU ehpqsejjie latter course, the most cpmpatiple'witlx pur 'GETtmG.'RiD; OF THE AVEEDS THE PEST in this part of Alberta is becoming, more serious every year: Maiiy farmers.secrn-to'be deliberately LMC ._, negligent, but tliey, are the absentee afflrmcd their unbouhded the fulurt; of LeUiuriuge. fhrrii to crow uo in and nolh- However, it- is :a wise .precaution- Now let the work on the subway proceed without Vlclay.' The' b'v tlieir on Mlie bylaws, yesterday re- _ _ f._, _-r T "of 'disiiohe'sty on-'a large BCale, and coffee, fespecially Is-legalized.' or al- [lowed to go. unpunished, or Sightly 'punished.' fa extremely bad. !t Baps heat- the foundations hbneaty. It con- fuses' moral standards. The petty ofteMcr ivbo that there aro 'great unpunished'is 1 mailing a bad exeuso; but those who ''are l-espohsible'for giving that'dSrec- I uon.'Vo 'hl's 'mtnll'jBnd' conaclenoe nre I guilty of 'a tremendous" e'rimb-against They db'Vrong-not only by br-conSonlKg thett, but 'by the moral .flense 'Of tho community. "..Now See' America First VI thought-they to Eur- br'e- for the "When did they'tell you "Last -November." was going to Kur- uo'for the summer last November." Pre'55. HIIL .----T-.-J-- -_..............3 11 his farm .to grow up in noth- ing else.., By this .time the aerious naturt of- the damage done by Xyecds should have been realized by" every bad and Indifferent, The farmer farther, west is getting the blame. Go Vast.and you find the weeds plentifutnow; where a few years ago tliey were" not so.common. The farmer-there will tell you the Tiie unkih'd treatment llax received on the- has resulted in a, largely decreased acreage llus year er is a wise chap. r> Saskatoon is engaging a Medicine Hat 'expert to search for we 1C iivji- ou jaHKUHJUJl ft ---1 SVeeilsiblesv, ip'frpm the west, and there is much in what he says. gas He should bore right into 'comYnission- They '.'.v enforcement of the noxious-weed law may be effect-1 :'.Ve but 'the Hro'iihle is strict enforcement is not always practised, 'by Too much leniency is1 shown with the result .-that-.the weed nuisance is iol abpting.. ,i It-.would be well of the innocentjormers who nre ;ca] leaders wilUhi.nk to suffer brought their careless neighbors-rnto: court and loreed'thern to pay for theidamage (Jone. Justice Walsh's recent erfcburages the adoption of such action. ItS ICIl IO tJlHi 111 til xiv, thi colored lady's spuds never spent, any'of .'his _. t-lirtll nnfn'ln hnds tinnk ill .the 'eftcte df candidate vacancy'in the Arejv formerly represented now of'Ednionton, .iii'e'Vx'tent is.proof the ;people'who clampr.for advanced '-Mr; Rowell, the new.Libefai leader in Ontaripi'haT'put the LJJUlCU '-t days as a hoy picking1 hard shell potato bus's ;ihi east. the sanction Hoi Pooirx 'Somebody has -broVtn ;-out Into poetry (u the columns of tho Calgary fhriu- i Nows-Telcgram: a in. I..Her premier, Richard L. Borden, who tried to stand by tho flag By contributing Io It some millions was-by the Senate criully gag ged; turned down. tho voice ot 111 people, and threw, out the bil in a tries, i And made- CanaiWs humiliation fa result in the Xortli Grey, Ontario, b'ye'-eldctibnf put worsc than a prisoner ot vice. believe, without foundation. The pool has a lino now -of language, and a deathless spirit of libt-ity, which al- lows him to put aft many feet In a lino an-lie likes. .Some aro almont centi- pedes. His assertion that Mr. Borden waa cruelly gagged-, need. not., cause any anxiety to the friends c! that .gentle- Tbo last time we heard ot Mr. Borden ho was playing golf wllh Mr. CHAS. TORONTO The recipient superannuation and an Irfipsrir.l .'Bsrvfce medal lot long and meritorious tervlct as B poab A "Wolfe It's ten to one that the man i who chopijcd'-bjf'jlhe'shn'svs of It would be good policy folv the 'city' admimstrMqrsV-fp ;get t il. liA 'Y'CltllltT'Tniif U -mrj Rowell, the new.Libefai leader in Ontaripi'haT'put the the. to the. --Siftvc bein legijlatidn alonH.this Sine, andi.Mr.'i is an advanced commiUed liimself and step' far a polili- to prb'ye: th'nt it is In the past party leatlere Syith an acute know- of; the. situation, ft'fy- withftKe; temp.ernriceI of the'people beforer .undertaking a debenture issue; Doing' the work 'first and asking Ihe'fafep'ajers to come across afterward savors loor milch of thefhojd-vijy game. 'nil' English courts of justice are hoi; all'that sbrjjielde'aliBts lit conceived them to be. A notorious; slave', fraluck- er confesses her and is only giv'en'.tnree inofjths in jail: The ruined lives of her victims come: cheap-in the. onijiion of at'leasl i'clemeiiVbecause'when 'li-ied they; h'ad Kefch found wanting. Grit iindToi'y clamored for prohibition or advanced i -.iteriiperance -When a. pandjdate.entered "the- field ..suppcrling-.Lhe platfo'rni, Jrit and. Tory temperance few exceptions, voted Grit.and.'l'or.y.'as in therpnst. Mr. Rovl'eli is finding" out that ded'p-roofed sincer- "ity ih'thenibjbTity of temperance Tlisiy want ijie bar bring about 'is is is strong in- the. riding. one magistrate. The fit Icoi-s srwlbl I