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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PAtLY KEBALBf Friday." Only 25. LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER (907 -Publlihtd by the Uthbridje PVlnlina Co., Ltd., every law- ful ev-nlns at office, Sixth1 Strett, Ltthbrldgt, Alberta, Canada, BUCHANAN Otrfclw T. W..91JAYLE MinijlAs tiller Manigtr 1 year delivered': HW jl'jear. by aiiiT... 6 months. delivered JlOO ftfonlhr, by null months, delivered 51.08 3 moults, by mall 2 months, delivered J5c. 1 'month', by nuUl-. ollta is "desired. but tolk addresses must 53.00 SSe. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Red Cry s Drug Tab Bros. Vancouver World News Co.; News Shop, Street Co. -7.05 River SIa> Aienue. Uihbrldg. ,.4'Booi Q. ertson Co.; Jackson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Drus Store; Kenny Allln; LethbrUge Hottl Cigar Empreit But- Tet Luocb. Diamond D'Arc. Hit Asslulboll Hotel. D. Ferguson. Mulr "phy'Co.; CraubfooS- Book Company. Company. Plncher McCrea; Mitchell Drag Co........ UoleL .t .Co- Veu Sews Ajtncy. Booi and News Store, 105A Sth Ave. West; AVoild Co., Plncher -Station Edward Read, Co. KnoV -den. News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD PuWUhrf evtry In and a sumrearj o( Ihi cews D[ the local aad district 1 rear in 6 moaths in advance 50o PRACTICE WHAT WJ! PREACH IF THE BL'SINKSS MEN of LcthbrWge will follow U'c advice bunded out by Jos; P. CotritmUsioner of Commerce and Manufactures, lit llje luncheon buy-at-home ad- will'be (Joing" ami tin; city will grow ii) prppp'ctjoij tp their to folloxv out the policy oujlinfd, liirn.. It is. the same policy'as that outlined bridge easy way of merchandising at '-Jlrr'Tracy is 1-ere now to lend'a'-giildihj soon j they to strike at tvanniiiu m itlnVi TYinfft J J I.tftfll fipnroo fllfRr become more.Ihtm, mere Buy'at borne., This hpplies'to-the.wholesalerwhen possible. He should i lines which the local who'..... sunier should patronize "the home but-irjiprcss on bint all the w Jyclfibridge are pre- ferred. better, msicr, heir payrolls.1! volume of borne, The retailer, in' while the cousuiue'r would, jpssiblc in -USE RAYMOND LOYAL IF IT is'TRUE, as Mr. Tracy says, and we have no reason for doubting-llis statistics, that ten_pounds "of imported sugar are used in Lelhbridge to one of Raymond, we as citizens ought lo be hearlilj-'asliaiiied of ourselves. jLelhbridge -tried an-experi merit once fay shipping 900 tons of coal ffpnV.Wyon' -in. I I- a -coupfe- of- thousand dolfars., Lethbridge coal is iat counts, groceries, .ter service _ Buy Li'tliridije nindcVUbiiis.anti dpui> juifi.bricks ;tnd cicars Yes.'uivd home.bcpwt'tl beKr-if YOU'drink hny; j i f.': -i.-- -y- of Toronto, 'speaU'ing-before the> municipal convention showed the loss (o Cahndu rcsutrtnif from the action of the Liberal majority in the senate the Now" wait and see wha.t SUir and Globe wilt proceed to (lo lo Mr. This is from-lire" Calgary Herald. wrilleri by n member of Hic'ataff-ofltbal paper, who Church hiss thinks the leacats tlw recprji of" tiiCjOfdmary hotel. 'North Lethbridge is after cluster lights: ..Thfcy here ih'getting things'm'hunchVs. .v. havfl confqrrned-ita.tie -and etlquftle of. (Mir venture to thlnt' tiaX you will-lone search the records ot Ibis country; to find' modern limes a parallel to svrcn'rblitlca] brutality. sort does, this class.ot people wish to mate for us to live in? The apparatus pf'a' civilization; the inask-of a p I arid the" sentiments-of i one, branch, the earldom of. Lord-Sheffield >ad a brilliant career .aL'Ctbp and.Baliol. ,116 hcs been'in-the-Lords since 1303, and done a-lot of in. connec- tion, vjoor law. K. O.j'-5f.r. IJas 'represented the Hall- aui Division.of Sheffield for over 30 >tar8.'acad has held several minor cUv.--.Has' written" 'eeve'ral works on thS 1-Sh ifussftohi' B' i Unibnlsl mjci.lber. for 'an'abqn- bis ship building to'tvn on tbo north east and .ho shares thg cprcsenlalion ivftb. a ISbor Mr. Greenwood lias_ a miii- ster's private' .secretary rlilch Is coBsldereJi a. e'ure .passport j.MrT.'ArUiui g'herwell, Liberal M. P. -Almost became u an authority op lavs-g. Liberal. M, P. for People'sfofturi MR. BURNHAM'S'POSITION Editor ileralo: t do "me a gross Injustice1 in a recent editorial which I hope win nllow me'td'correiJt by'iiubUsblnjr In '--You say, that i' but always at.tie crack of the whip.' This iiVhal'pf. Olark, M..P., thi allejud-rrea Tradcs-_ 414 when .ho bounties, ml l.Voted for' es nor tha C. grant. 'If people.keEp'ftfjiig pilrs-es of gold into SuRLRcWjWlksopnJjaie the il-_-j c i-' -f: .-i-V i-.yi mearly only-io ona oi-evll tinction. But that section has' a'greal my.'right h- to" iiuug.iu A have [_ Liberal M. m'tn en "mayor of ".uncrowned1 t London." p'. irm tali'ea ovemment .Toronto'has suffered. We haye'started on I on the right path, j .and while the slrefet railways may'have "hard "pulling to make Cmisfmeet at the beginning, they will eventually be profit produc- thank goodness, not to but-to "--'the citizens. So'far Medicine Hat is the only Alberta city which has sacri- .'-.TRcad-a franchise fo a private nnd if its anticipations "as'to big increases in population come, triic, it will rue the day it rn5de--tlic'bargain. No municipality in Canada ever yei had tl' -vith a private company operating n public ulihly. Icuibndge'sh'irjs.-2000 .joniiof- coal per If-Western. iipVomc of_.Ibis for next-wintcr'; EeUibridge COR! wpultlnof find a Very Setting fire to the prison .'in llib hope of making a breakffor liberty is Sing Sing. quite'appVent'that liicrt was'no mistakc.made in sending the now there to jail. They'are .in the-right sjiot. Mr. Siftop is'a good judge of nien and lie lias kn6wni.ilie man represent Alberta in London for be'r'of ycprs inr connection with" Ihe territorial government ser- vice and since that iiins. The. satisfied, thai tlie'.man 'selected will. nearly associaled Uhancellor'Of: E.vchequor'-ar.d' since he 2n more'of him In politics and maintained a closer j tlmiln politics than, with' any man, i rajr.rignt .hon. friend's'lin- stalb'cd and Btflinless -hor.or.'V'Mr. dh'urchlll-continued. "I admire his genius. I have long been privileged fo nu'fct intul- iTons and synipalhellc understandings his nalure, 1 am sure that ho has things to do'ln this country'-n-hich'to' man 'can' do. Dut apift even from Ws great 'deniocratlc politics; rbelle've. that-Tny !HL in .the .local lac a cfly, hav. nd mayor. .'dlr. 'Arthur 1'rlestloy, Radical M. P. forxGrihlh'auT.since 13.00, having un- .three times otrller to parliament, by. way of the of -Lincolnshire, MpJiaster, Unionist M, P.! Chf rUey; end' Mr.. Uamar pften'yfbad member for Sun- are ixitii 'Canadians and well .lifr'.SydiieS'.Gbi'dman, M. P, for Pen "rhy'n'JiD'dJ Faimqilth since. 1010. H' correspondent In v.-i'V -v.-< LCTTHEPEOP.LE DECIDE do so, the Montreal Herald control some, ten months ago, has government, and its naval policy t COTcludesJS rtc'cnt' comment on the .statement of Winston Churchiinhat Canadaviv6illd do something in one form or ari probably .intending to i T r sincc.ifs thahge of contrc v. v v -ctherj tpwardi rhflintaiuing the naval supremacy of the Empire Hie Liberal policy of reference obligation is lo he fulfilled decided by the masters of par- L.wlio'niiisf finally foot the bills, the elccl- inaklaV ..jlo'lhe people1 form in which- fvrf'jfniSsf.'iii'thelong I i J I' 'Wny.'MJoUKl'.Canada. depart on an entirely new naval polic i. i" t ,'t i in UTI n UTI 7 When m "pbrkyjof a settled upon in 1909, boJh parlie I there was not (lie need for the voice of th 1 being expressed. however, (here is a marked differ np.f 'only whether there is an emergency ij.Jjnt. M. to .contributions would-havc on Canada's nuton d the people should haVc-'Ifie'privilcge- of declaring then new Borden policy was nof an issue'jn fac icy. had.. Sfil. born then, While it is probably impossible to give local wholesalers and aclorics all the, the retail men would ;do wellifq cbii- ider carefully the remarks of Mr. Tracy al the Rpard of-.Trade, mcheon. There: the essential lo city net! 'in that address.; i It hnrdjy looks Bright for Lethbridge people to ever cxp.ect to ;e a great mamifacluriiig centre if they do, not iipporl such industpes' as the flour mills and sugar factory'-lb he'vctT your pies with Lc.thbridge. flour mond sugar. Incidentaljy, use Lethbridge grown bcrricsi If ten or fifteen; per ccnC'of (lie'prisoiicrs in our jails arc here to be-puniVlied' fbV'lapscs into drunkenness, it looks as arm for habitual druhkimls would he a good thing in this'pro- vince, and assured'of enough patronage to take it'out of ihe'ex- lerimenial stage. Make farmers out of them and they won't nave time to drink. pposed to measures- of his bu't h'e-has p y'ol- voted sainst tto aEdn we la'-lnKraEitt- Editor Herald J. Tf MEANING OF, EXPRESSIONS f. Plncher. July 21. dltor Lethbrldxa' Referring lo leading article [n our Issue of Saturday on Ih'e subject f'somo remark Amputed to'-Slr Ian amllton to' the- effecYthat Cannda s a "cute T wonld like to now what really. was your" rticle. you take an' entirely wrong lew of Sir Tan's meaning provided made the 'remjrt; hlnfc Sisbly, doubtful.- .In' England he word "cute'Ms nevar ised Jn the ense given to It ty.'your leader writer, which, s the Interpreta'tlori to it In Canada. -Across" tht1 Atlaitlo' St'.li nevar used iiuhll fl cation but' "a I Ways {ijC.VdlsroEl- ton or bent :i 'i mply somej- -.r and Eonieth t While not not a rule. You man' call a a clever 'Practitioner, but if'you" add that he you father qualffy the prilw iuK- g'csllon thRt he -will', bear. -n-alclilnj. To English word applied to a' girl' Bhe. IB ia io ofieri dode.on.thls side, It soumls'fery -'f '.SpAYllQUOR-CURE 820 TMrt'e'eirih Avi. Calgary 405 Broadway, LLOYD.GEORGE ancoof dccen6y pliy hh chill at banguct given by Liberal 'Clab lo fit. Hon. Lloyd George.) don't deserve t has been tho honor, of of public duly, In the conduct of ray right hbh, fricnde, no services, hpirever great, no pros- pects-of future -services, vital, -however hopeful, -jrovld have enabled us to raarcli.Tvlth Iheii. hear.) Dut we on thc; evi- dence, on Hie even of their mo'st bjtter opponent, by Ht. Winston Chur- no slain of any kind josls'iipon thc4r --1 integrity or upon-, fholf What itlnd of curs shoilld be If we allowed them to be trampled 'doirra by' fAlu'cvhyiaiid's'.anUer Ihe recent And thougM that Infs event cruel; suffering It had entailed 'uio'n Uielh yrould rnako any difference