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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July IS. THE DAILY HERALD Page Play bafl-or run a race- Walk a lot-ride a lot Try these first without, then with Wrigley's LI ON SPEARMINT It soothes your throat-mqistens your mouth. It's a wonderful help to en- durance. You play better-work better. Vx And the pure mint leaf juice keeps your digestion right all the time. Join the cooled, refreshed millions who enjoy this delicious, beneficial inexpensive habit Wants to Spend his Vacation Storm of Criticism From Bristow Washington, July s .chiefly in developments following Secretary Bryan's state- ment that hid to spend his raca- '.ion on'the lecture platform because he could sol live on.the secretary of a year. The lobby Investigation', the tariit and the Mfiicai situation are forgotten, temporarily at least, while everybody is talking ahoat; the "resolution intro- duced' yesterday bj: Senator. Briitow calling'oti'the rreiideol '-io advise the senate what would lie a proper salary "to enable the present secre- tary o! slate; io lire with comfort, and io Mable' him 'to give his time to the" bis public dut- ts." When the Bristow .resolution was read amid larignter? Democrat leader Ker'n iinriediatelr objected to itt cdn- briei eichanges it'weit'mer, 'It was lully discussed, hoWeter, in "the lobbies and cloak rooms at beta ends'of the capitol. Ijfer Bryan issued this slatemeftt-. -i-, A WbeV Mr.-Bryan's attention was called'to some statements thai bad been ptilisbed.ii'regard to his lec- >e replied' as follows.: VI" am glad to have the criticism brought to my.attention. I-believe in criticism officials. .It is helpful- If makes a. mistake criticism belpssto correct It. It he is unjustly' '.criticised, the criticism helps him. I hire "had'my share ol criti- cisfc since I Tti.it B.iit it'has'not? prevented irhat to. ot m; a to RVtWBOWl JGOES, aspect to Seciure enough to bring rnr ncome up to my expenses, these to be during the time I am on vacation. I hope my lectures do good. People who attend ihum would not do so it they did not think they their money's wor.ih, but I wosld be glad to speed my vacation! leeting in- stead of lecturing. Makes Comparisons Senator Bristow savs that from to 1599, Tbos. aid Edmond Randolph held office of secretary oi stale al iilsrles of a jear; from 179S to 1819 John Marshall, James Madison, Jas. Monroe and John Qiiiacy Adam" served at From 1819 to 1853 Henry Clay, Martin Van Buren, Dan- iel Webster, John Calhoun and Jarees Buchanan served at -from 1853 1811, Yl'rn." H. Sewaid, Jas. J. Blaine, Thomas Bayard, Walter Q. Gresham, Richard Olnev, John John' Hay and Elihu Root served tor 58000 and added "Duriig' this long period of time so one of these eminent statemen iere compelled to neglect the duties ot tbe offices because o! the meagre- 1 TOMORROW 4 A TREtfE'NDOUS TWO-REEL FEATURE THEGREYSENTlNEL A WHIRLWIND OF SWIFTLY MOVING SENSATIONAL SCENES "Tlw Mark' A.RIOTOUSLY FUNNY COMEDY "TkUtle Dichess" GORGEOUSLY HAND CQLOR- EO DRAMA OTHER GOOD PEATUHES Don't Great Week-End Program lieye (o.tie and l.bave no iear. will be or.'who ;wbcn, he kaows the .'.'FoVsevenleen'-years' the sources o! my.' income.haj'e been lulling and lecturing, but each year I have made more public speeches, without com- _. Sensation I have paid my. own than51 'hive was. teceiyed. My earning has lieen large'and i-h'aye made.not''only.anliBCOBJe'sui-. salary.'.' "Whereas, the "Great now: holding that high oSce, Hon. W. stated in the pub- lic press the salary ot per month is "not sufficient enable him to live, with comfort and because ot the meagreness of the-salary of per annum, be it compelled to neglect, the 'duties ol office and go out and lecture." "Whereas are. now pending be- fore department of state matters ot'great importance to the nation af- fecting the relations ot out country with-Meiico, England and other. foreign' countries, that demand the most earnest, careJul .and ron- tinuo'us attention of .the.' secretary cl IP-- -i -it ite COC1- r to jii- proper salary to'enable-ine duties for which be It now .being paid the sum ot per month, and.be it "Resolved .tbat the .'president be respectfully requested ;.tb, give thi subject'as" pVom'pt attention convenience will permit.in order tha congress, may take, immediate; to relfeve' the'co'untry fronTthe grea i.-.fiT suaefs byf berng d'epriv Ire w .ices present sec IhougVit is now-pa'} BUY IT BY THE 'al "'o l rspr i Ih- r I v .coote dealer-aod fresh raffl oaed- Made in Canada sehices'at tbe rate 6 Colorado, A it: an had assumed v an increase llryan's.home in Was --1..; John i "R6V" TEN CENTS SINGLE The FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY THREE: 'One of the wonderfully rolMIc fettuni ever the city "THE EXPLOITS OF NAT PINKERTON A Mirvelloully True to and Free From ObjcctionlbU OTHER MAGNIFICENT. PICTURES FOR THREE No Advance in Prices SIN OLE Thrilllrii- at Today Today's feature attrac- tion at.SU.riand will Grey one'.of the and most Benaational plctu res 'ever., euc- cessfully produced. It trill constitute a splendid week mi attraction at the popular theatre, and will lurely prove a Tflnnef. On' the Bame'blll will acrearoiet comedy of theiieason. "Praiaeed by the pleanng. Majeit'lc with funny Fred JIace' In thV.lead, "The Tongue Mark1' should down with' -laughter" rhicl isfsure to 'greet it's_f showing. ;v- LHtla on tb'e' bil.l, thi 8 be! ng a gofgeousl hand colbfed'-Blm, closely rivalling tb Ki.'-.'.-lT lOc. lOc. Bijou Tbeatre Mexican l'N TWO STUPENDOUS REtLt .'NOVEL, SENSATIONAL- K. FEATURE OF. EXTREME .'i. MER'lT tHdititxijl' photo Plajri and iTHE-'BIJOU ORCHESTRA f'f _ jQiew it after meal tile 'I believe fair-minded people 'will; ask ,it_l year.'.thoogh during his term of office 'fsee 'some I he-received, but.-'i-salary, of V- "T be same whole an attractive ;_weelt end. program .at ever is Long. Waiy.-From (He Present "ijjmoiiton, July V. Met- explorer and proipector.'wbij lit'every mining camp Jn, the Moobtna, also in-the boacdary atrj, 'on to 'parsnip.BlTef'district, The other dlKoverles also are worth for tbs_present there be IKlle or rio.development o'- count of (he of .adequate trans; are bound to'come In ttmo.-'The next few years see.big.changes in-the north "_ .hearing-'ol Bruce or Spokane and his party of explorers, Vho are provisioned for a.stay'of two years'- north along the.Mackenzie river. He. a.Iso reported hearing'.of several, olhe wbrking. in 'I- of the. newM it k! be said, i ash, that Canidi jet 1 piedldt-tluU the com ing, mining fur, over shadow has yet beVin i; ,i country, t'hi 'i forget afr about 'real, es- !il- and lie like arid .turn I >n" to''the ne> induitry. I >.i- H-- nilV leave. Edmonto :Xys .fp mee formerly, preRfd'enl al compuy, .operating ei- In the Coeur d'El- In northern Mahfl. A UM Inside toe.Arctic portut drscVveriei kive been the Mrth. Thece, Iwi at depMki of gain a, Iron, upiuilt iirf "mtdlate.covfl ercUt'Talne" iUlt 11. grade'aid TOE PERFECT hrSUMMEA SPORTS OccMiea THDI peralio.ns would easy to .life country were opened up, the ok of rallway.'liansporiatlon to the ater world at preient min- ng on a profit able or extensive acale. Weetori reports there are at least t core "old-time; raiiera. panning; in tia Omenlca District..' Several bave small where, ous pa'nning they'succeeded in ng 'more than, K) far no large'pokee', have heon :i Edmonton on July 15th If." Diicwlda River dlstrfci, with i taken from Pass, In" British They were out H montls. i i'.ilrtet. where tbey 'claims niin fburjd 'gold, while' IndiaUlOM and Iron were foand every. the deTelopneht of .be d.elajtdltintlPrallifaj1 mm m ..jw who operates an eiprws train m tke New Haven road innst had two-years :roid experience have complied with VJier "..reqolre- metls. designed 'to .assure" "the' Ageraent'of-hls booa train'engineers must.have bad a pre- vious" rod experience of y'eair.. This was made knowr. i'mit night 1 _ E, etalemeot. given out Nei Yofffj New. and Hart 13rd rat roa'd offices here, .by General .ManageV respect to the assignment 0( glneers to passenger, trilns.' The'i the order i9 f "o-fte he a-.d crlbed In the 'i on pllance with the reeoarr.prlaiiog be'T; 0. public tin minion of ConnecUcut, what and .'with BWO returasd to Wmoii Tbf milcropvlBjai' of tVtf.ailii'fpOji. tjw m m DENIES, Mitocmsic ERDINAND SENCS TO ASSO'PIATED REPUD-' "IATJNG REV. MURRELL-WRIGHT ON EXEC- UTIVE WHILE CHANCELLOR CONYBEARE 'it' PROMINENT York, and, oj Bulgaria', dtsiei etophaticall; the bo'rriiring various quarters to. the Bulgarian oopidririDg their retmt Greek armlfs inarciing'tkroajh Mace- donia! -Hti> Majeitf .'cablet! tbe pwing 161- today so'fii, tira. art to pofipi' MITRM! opfnion. Tbe .truth be Iraowa one ol "The Royal Secretarr." WtRE ttlVtW A' CHftNCt .Moote Jaw, tim enile b.urfkn wko .were c'onfeMtd' u> m were let cut af- ter .tliey tier for July Anglican synod elected tbe.rarlo as follows. _ Executive! of CanpSis Webb, Mnr- reil-WrlfJit, StockeB, W. J. Beyd and C.- W, 6: Moore; LaityrW, 5 Jodge. Crawford, Major J.'- O, R..T, Kirkpa-Mck) J.' W.'j'owrtt, W. J. Melroie, inipector B.'N: Barker.' "V _ General Hofbin Oriy, Hey. Dean: Facet, Rev. Cawm Arcndoftcon aey, and Rey..W. J.'--Boyd. Chancellor W. A. Major Burke, W, 3: B. Brown and Col. Sinders." Provincial Arch- deacon Oray. and Canon Webb, Revs.' W. 'DeVdney, Paget and Archdeacon Cbinceltor A. Crtw- fc-d. Klrkptfrick, Major llhrkq and W. J.'B. Brown. diltiatM to. the .mtasion bokrc 'A.xllia'n of. wm> attfohtes) Ren. Arch HojbrB mi Tftiwi and Ckan (Mtybmre'aM-V, A.' Remirkable- picture- at'. Today'and exhibited' at thls'populaT.itouee.'-OEe lineat, and moat realistic detective pboto-playB filmed." This specUfc Exploits of Nil iwhijst It tnie abiojulely. frei.froni all object and. Is ,_fl_e- ylcture' "X The excellent western drama.-'The Cowboy.'! it beyoiid the ordinary' for sensational thrtlllni being r to excel lent drama of i dlHerent lic.'The For real good eomedlei Out Good id "A Safeguard for the.beet'" I.addltlo andard' (avorlle, Weekly.'.wlll be plirjed on'lh "This Vpfelalty, of, th never-filtitc plctse.' AIRtrt- FUNMAL taenif of Gortn ,ot hue tArt'i tied ii AW 'iwi trnnl of 'of. AW, Mootrch Tbeatre AN 2.-rAN 1W ATED 'If .IN j 10 cents'-- i CANADIAN PACIFIC Stea Sait.f rpm at) V '2 p.m.-'on -A.; IRtMAN MADE TERR1FYW6 COVERY ON' TRAIN GOING and and'- "with _- "Steam-r ship Empress'1-. oiitti" and' all 'points east. Fu'rtliefl ti s'fforri .lian Pur.if'u: Tirkoi Wieoverinf that be train ully a mile a miaif. og up tbe oHeri atM flrtM'-ft'; (W'r1 kt fmstd' ap- .to Depot a had .Itk ;