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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Wtditcrtar. 1919 _ fLETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER J by Herald Printing Co., .-ful tvtninj at Jts office. Sixth Stretl, LetMiridse. Albtrta, Ltd., live Canada. Editor-Ill., V Ktwt Department T. W. QUAYLC Managing JOHN T PHONE: Circulation And Jefc 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 .jear 1 delivered months, bs m i delivered Ji-00 J oootls, by delivered___35c. 1 rjooth.-by mill 13.00 Sl.W 75: ____often M but bolh tai mult given.- THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT -Red Cross Bros Bros. Vancouver Wide World News Co.; News 4" Qrannell Street........ Co. 705 Side Grassy Like .Hotel. -Co- 1 .'be a News Agency, Boot and Km Store, 109A Sih Ava. West; World News Co. Pincher Station Edward t Boot J. Rob- erUon i Co.; Jtcison f Co.; Alexandra, Hotel: Peo- ple's Drue Store; Kenny t Aliin; Ltthbrldge Hotel Cifcar Stand; Empress Bul- let Lunch., abiamond D'Arc. [cdlctne Hat Hotel. D. Ferguson. t Slur- pbj- Co.: Cranbrook BOOK Company- .News Company, plncher MeCrea; Co........ e- St. WorM News Co. "8 K.ao1' Wot'd'Newi Co. >aper May 31 that "the admiralty is now arced British program, ncccssitalfd Vy the Cuiuulin" States ejection of Ihc naval aid hilt. Mr. Cmirchffl is now being ca.llca inon desiiile Hndical imcilists, to present, the uccessao supple- m-iitarv eslimalcs." The I'all Mull lUsettc and Ihe simultiuicously willi the that Ihe admiral y build the ships meanwhile, in order that Canada imgtu buy the ships later "if." as the 1'aU Mail Gazette said, "Mr. Bor- deii emerges victorious from the liie Cilobe and ulher liuionist.paiws lo the of Hie pro- uosiliuii. Everything indicated a concerted movement to sssppo" vvliat as believed On June C. in ihe Cauadfan ptirlinmenC Mr. Borilen. usjuiu- iim that this was the iulculiorrpl tlw British govirnmcnL an iu.porlant statement in the course of which lie'said: As, Be these ships is }o be proceeded with Dy the British government, as they arc apparently to be of, the same the same strength nud-tlie same fighting .value as those proposed, as they are to he employed for the same of the common defence of the Emp.ire, which il is the Hrst intention and determination it remains, as it uudoubtedly.wm remwn in power, lo bri .1 a later dale a proposal for the acquisrUon ruet on of three as waVproposedwibe Naval-Aid Whrf Almost siniulianeously with Mr. Bo.r.lcn s .statement.Mr. Churchill announced in Ihe British House of Commons lha (the mSSv- in of the rcjeciion of the Canadian sh.ps, dhe its building-program, soon as with the building of. three Dreadnoughts which, as dined! would not be begun until next March, jHc nil statement later oil- the shipbuilding vote. Senlial Liberal iiewbpapers.with hardly an >ned their batieriei on the proposition. Basing their ._ i ____ ihn (.tumuitin AX ARTISTS IMPMSSIONS OK THE CHINESE PICNIC Wh daret tra ships paths il as' FLAGS WERt -IN.EVIOtNCti G" OL. S1SSONS is'the-.mari Kedian? Hal: Shouldn't he be; :'He broke Kis sfijmg thirty thousand i. Olil OiMlie '.fcugli fJIVf'lalest'ahd most V...r.. uu dgctugfi bnc-'of the-cWinmissToKrs'otVour.first "commission- next year. file's the man. W want on.the finance job. 'JYe might .tlien dare to. get banker. "'--BOW ISLAND'S .BNTKIPRIS? P' OW ISLAND'citizehB are to enter- prise. Unable to dispose of the' town's- debentures, cihzens V-ame the money Id drill Hie first i 'niunicirial gas'well. ;1 FeW places are'as pleritifuBy supplied :with natural gas as the region ar6und Island, and'.the citizens of, that progres- commuhitj- look-forward lo when this great Jiource will .have huntup an in in-.1 1 fy i 11 -i a spirit displayed by Bow. Island citizens Js Canada prbb" ably-respond.- such aclion.liy aram Ihev lnc Mr. Churchill was assiinied lo he in-s.vm hv i, language of 'great plainness. T.he 'Chronicle rcferm to Inrfupportisblo eg JSaiicliesler i the scheme. ___ ke ovil in the rFfchurchill's 'would b'e. needed for ,ftc' ,f blepi awaiting solution in Lefhbndge. is Vor sre no il thirls :Mfi i'-i !y V be found'to have c.xcellen iuv.way conducing tQ market for sue (his is one of the problemsimiinicipalilies mus or market h .-.Beeh'so'.'poor'that as a result we realize that VfiilBre'-the1 rate of interest will be. higher, ihs further postib i will follow, and not.the is t iVdu'clipn in'the period for which debentures are issued. ...DISAPPOINTMENT TO :BIG NAVY SCHOOL (E PCrLlTICAt importance 'of the'stafcmenl made in the v' 'C; !oat week'by'the First Lord of UK Admiralljj v -ii1 H necessary to alter the -''nival progRm.orrto build three ships to replace the Dread- Cnnada. onlv be appraised wl Dronient awiiitiug r.; v industries but water! supply, is an liminary. Some people decry is safely cut. Altogether, too conservative.-. reason for displaying" present probabilities.' J tnemr tbree yeirs tie was decided upon.-.tbe AIM- railan naval aulhoritles rcquM.ted rbii tha Admiralty Ibe'servlces'of a ualifled staff which should., recom Bend-to them the test way of HyiDS ho'- fmmdatlons of a strong Austral an'navy. This was fubEWiuenl by i 'err tew months "to. the visit of Lord Kitchener to organize Australia mill arr'service. .Tbe tome .navy, stn Admiral Sir Mesloald Henderson and a number of assUtant ilced the whole Australian coas fern per-of tbe. Australian people, ind'material J-esources locally.at com- hai'iid. Admiral llendericn then re- a scheme that well night bave Staggered a young country so busily cnjaged In dereloplng Itself In other directions.' But Australia adopt- ei ftoae' recommenJaUOBS The H'endeison scheme was to' build over'SZ years a'fleet of 52 shift all (old' (Including Dreadnoirgit (o inrol and Irain tt nian and to construct and testify ,-'--'--'-a1 ;a a ai tf4 it 'W sriecUtloVi) o'clock with' ease. -Or It we can -wt it would be un- disloj-ai; separatlet 'and; al It Is It-Voold bi interesting H ol o.uV ardent of the noble Eu- policy of from fkn'd for tie of preMntinf only half-sbo't DT. 1KUU IWI Kef wtlnWpty'rtlpt tbi rMdle.-' fronl be appraised when con to ritation to 'the'struggle which has .been going on bc- during'thc'-.lasl sit. weeks to induce the British Cwia'dfad Senate rejected the.Bordtn naval bilj Vthere arose owe in England.a'demand that the three ships, should be. built by ,the British The London of the rih wjfed a 'ihing lo expected, t r '.ij i North Ixilhbridge ratepayers, are going lo.: meet .fomghf.io discuss civic questions.. Such interest in warm genuine civic r.nd ifthe little bird whispers, cotre.ctly there will he talk quite in harmony, with Ihe wcalntry Once Ihc farmers .realize the many-bcncflfs-accrJirnig "jahdcr Ihc Rural Municipalilics Act, will be no hcsilancy in. 'organ- izing districts. fThc Act not onty'gWally extends 'of local government, bul is n money saver in W.- Ihe or, ;the old ooi WM-i jM'M- junior, It ererywher'i at Brat, aid it OTOJ-J "Tn-r -j t italic, wanly "J7 Hpi ai be: 6obet also' on-.lhe Col. f Uftahi" old u is one principle thai afflnvie.d bcyocia'pos- sibility of rflisunderslanding in conncclion with for Cheap power b'e given doubling the "capacity bf a mill or'.fnctory if result in a reduced wage bill. ,fhe basic principle, The siM of the wage roll counts poo .1 II- scuuuie Hnu.ieiS. tor tf aevElopment, and the dsfalli o rtnwrX. durlnj the caot.lS mtntht lha Australia already begun to tip', (he Henderson proiran. H bfen Announced.that tbe will bylli naother jDreadnotiuiit.- and destroyers and suboiarinet dur. next three yeart. "rvnglana will hear rtore toon' of this'Australlaa fleet, 1U work sphere of action. Autiralla would, tj obsen-ers today caa never be of hernelf. to, retain the commsnd of for llth 'Showing the flag' snvettlsement snd Itt Inlernettoial sad hlttortcaJ sjpilft- can'cs. But although Atrtfrtlla Star) The brisk wordi'of Colonel the !lo la oUVcers of pt: man'ent' forces are la 'the nature of a The allnclt not expected rom'tba't florid persons, are' worked for years, thickening belr wttk Bcatcb'and soda to as BogHth KetleiMn be -1 of l womn j Cornfed "hulit.. water. "HI. a go woman to ol tbree gonerallons standing. .To be tmlnded tiiat they are just "ailllUry a'natty ermcsrfroni tie 'feeds'them, t'oubt illnis'sharper a terpenl'9 'from and no Journal. ed Vicious i laraef' Jlje sbse of Jhc jgJtoe if 1 jour a 'wij ieiiilin.eorrenclei edtrw worH, tos' CJR' np >ioo. tttrefore'iife-to 'I f 0, H ;