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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE XETHBfelDGlE DAILY HERALD July 2fi, 1913 LETHBWDGE DAILY HERALD by Herald Printing Co., Ltd., evtry uw. -i evtnlng at Ut Uthbriilsa, AllwrU. Canada. 1224 W. A. lUCHAt.AN Director T, W. Manning Edltcr JOHN TORRANCS Manajer PHONEi Advertising ClrcufatlcT Ani Job 1252 OAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES t liir .1 year, by G delivered S2.M 6 months, by mall S monils. dtlivwed ji.oa S bj mall......75c moults, deltreriu-.... 35c. 1 month, by mall......Z5c. Addmsts ctsasco si ofua as but lioth nor ind ell must THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Book Store; J. G. Rob- ertson t 'Co.: Jackson Co.; Ateiandra ple's Drus Store; Kenny Allin; bethbridse Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress Buf- fet Luofh. OliMortd D'Arc. Medicine Hat Asslnlboil Hotet' D. Ferguson. C Slur- Shy Cranbroak Book Company. N'ewa PIncher McCAa; Mitchell Drug-Co........ Bros. .Vancouver -World News Co.; News Shop, GranWell Street....... XawsCo. "C5 Hirer SWa Avenue. Crassy Late Hotel.' .Co- fceri News Bool! and jfe'ws Store. 10JA Sth Ate. Wtst; 'VVorld Xews Co. Edward Head. Et News Co. KnoV den..-' Co. THE WEEKLY WERAUD PubUshta Wednesday in eleht or more pages, and contains Eumroary of the ntwa or ine local acd district year io'advancB_.'V...' li.OO 6 advance-T.. 60o scvvalivc limit OH the amount they will Jmtl per oven the most favored sections o'f Hie u itself- aels-ie-preyesjt ]f wo HIV to juilge hv stiuuiatxis. ._ Xorlli _ iciiv (he values ot] oplsidc-'Jutunm' properties in most of the srbwiug cities and'Cowiis of the west have, to say discounted, ft innny. years of and; sooner or laltK-a -rctutjuijUiifnt'-of values must though how long luay'be deUycd (hfoujjlf llielycry nwcisitieS of so .nipiil- ly increasing a say.' POLITICIANS 'i A Borden al poker ii nitfde by-Uie'Rcd .The Lethbridge Herald is horrilied Mr. Ficlding'and MrJ Borden were pjayiug golf together. We two-bits v. fthat plaA-irig.pdker Kir. Fielding- would, skin g'aclJ -Jie M'andirigpn in'about ,-f 'u- I'.'1 paid Mr. Fielding si the .time he ny. i! ll'v! i-.'ily .He. Of vcsh'iveiil Jhc'speculiitiGh in'rtiSi estate-.." has been coufinedJn stieli age iii -values" could the prosperity pf'lHe country reai'cstute conditions uit'cci chielly 1' Iri-i-i' s-. --I1 iTs V as conn trj? mere liuiits A jl-irl-'oii Vi t invested in.real estate, b is usually-in farm lanils, out, are not oil a shrinkage. in cily properties has large- Iv been iu the hands" of foreign investors and a class of scim-profcssigjial rea! estate, dealers resident here." Owuers'of good inside properly need not concern, themselves about their invesiijienl, hilt those.' who 'possess' tols which have been "purchased, with" future possibilities fas of value, must depend ujion- the In the larger, towns 'aiid cities the lattcr'irivcslnients are-likely to make good, sooner or it all depenils iijiou develdphient. bribe lifter ciiecls of the 1913 stringency will be that .there v ;11 real eslale ganiblingiu lots, whose future is speculalivon fhis'fi ai-d ..p Id.- tli.ii bnr.'iw nsirsl j to remark upon t_ dcpariure of-'se1 Montreal day: Waving their'hands ii dows of Ir-sl ii: iii .1 s. U aeceEsary -forj tflclals'tb I'ey.niftke pub-' 5'' I to show Ws'hahd. .He'd ratlief biTy-J play for-him.'" Mr: lie polilieal IK.'K.'I .'ii riK-vl" .Iff won't bluffed, I is li-'1 his -MSTI game, loo: in ii.iil i' i uihli M'-ilii1 oi I.iii-Mul on the navy. U-li-A-1 in pi-VMI. TV t.-'. ''w. lip the cards, and Mr, prefers taking (Mil LI liii' i Canada'scards.. the -case by the iii .i'.fqr five jhousan'd woriimen; this' "''V 'i ;Tiven .the News j .Whoever! did it is "guilty no public "pumshnient 'can be; loo. severe., for. the .guilty parly or -parties. In papers the United '.Stales, and in Great Briiain workingmen are wanfed in Medicine that there be work forjhem here.' if stringency" had not aU'lhe works that were projected Had. been, if -ol'have bce'n possible .to give :i Oial the, News' says js party is" alfogether .'.likely still a resident of Medicine'' may .bk possible that Medicine-Hat.js siiffcrin'g .tainly trjejndividual'6fr individuals who attracted. UfouSands ,o '.'pieop'.eMo Slories-ofjieaps pf.'efnployiiicn npjuiusuitl deniaiidi'oUghi1 to be given" some cm j pjoymcnl hfmself al hard McLean'fa'rni just easi 6; REAL ESTATE IN TffESB DAYS of money stringency (lie. possibility of rea estate values being permanently 'affected ring hccn discussed is thaf the "h.arijm-scaruni" speculation of rccen .'years.will not reviyc, but good property today will be good pro perty fornprrow.. 'All'over (he property is holdin far off subdivision sutft ami the exploited area lhnt will never grow sufTicienlly to make value ''iJlicrease or'even hold their own, ivill suffer.'- .However the acfiv slow movement'of real eslale is not nl- of" commercial aclinly.or'coinmcrcuil dull- knoVirn' Canadian banker discussing Ibis very prob- day inwlc this siatcniprjlr .t of-an exicnsive.speculalion in real 'A "'.L" lie denied, but aif c.tnggernfed jniiii-cssinn f'rr.r to: its bearing on the heritattim Hut informed land tnefi tinJbe fotrod, even among 'mortgage values all excessive, al- the land- v. mortgage cobtinui to placVau cxlreinely cou- 111.- ('.'.'.Ill r IV.11 I! l I. i. lu-i'.. i. to i ,ih K i'-'isf-ii-i 111 I-.'- ifforiii'. I n'DveV--' li.-ppled. thenv-.'i dfder Si-l.'r 'H'.-i 7.: was moment-al Ihe Convent.of.'the ImmaculatcJ ConcppUoii. on Calherinc weeks fifteen mms who volunteered to go to She'eUung-assembled in Ihe coinmuniiy rpbm: to His Grace Archbishqp.Bruchesi'.tv Ih''1 the r 'of .the'- the while tears oi.'disappoin.lincpt were in the-Jeyes'i others.'- The depaf lure was carried out very'.simply." morning: There were r T form to bid Ihe Sisters a lasl stood Brother Gauthien-''The parting was a biiu out; lur.uw the Nuns were-going (p (4 living dealh-lo' carp .for "men and women alilicted'.with'T the of diseases. of the plat.forni .broke train moved .out. of. tho station, but the i a :nosl BETWIXT AND BE I'WKLN hen, that'tho Justices' of-..-tfce; peade: bare been.-cleaning up. doWri a.rb'und-these virts the last lianglng-up all torts of records. 'J Bui to so some ig beat out' an judge-lt' Eorne I.elh- _ b'ridge legal who had them all fadc'a.- The old judge had.-a.pirticu- specimen 1 ginV "who s off the tainted easy virtue.' a.11.- against him, s6'-? browned gtly'lTi'o p'.lx Jin; i. Hie car windows still wore smiles as'tho wa.ving' bid fathers, 'mothers, sislcis and or ever. .All the world's heroes arc not of the have, young woirtch leaving Ihe comforls nllr.'ii'liori of :i' happy land for. scrvice'amohgst probably licings of fn6 that hu'mnnr.v up in self... The world must'be gelling belli! '.-hii 'i'.-.-. in: .1 and women prepared lo sacrifice themselves lo service for. their i fur l Toh' tF'f't-'-V i-vn-P -i I "S" JII.-. an.l fire Jt ce Ii unfortunate fellow creatures. OUR.-VPOJNT. OF A military Jibiul is'iiwlcr fire part in an Orange parride. As Col. Sam Hughes is spmtjhingV- eating Orangeman the band should have a wa'nli Wend ih coilri. The Tory.'HHIICI-S'which roasted Ihe Cana'dimi Schafc'for. nmending liorden bills.arc mum on (he wholesale slauglitermg of bills in Ific House of Lords. When an the British Medical Associnlidn listens lo is necessary to liumnn it is lime lo thinking. Such talk is a direct cticotlrafje- menl Iq.tiie criniinajly inciined. i u. TK'inl: rs imiih. Public. omtt't, Albe.rtau) Tho, lilgh niver.Tlrnej-, after refer. spriiethlng 'vory'.'much like gltj! to 1h'e fact ;'.h'at tho Nanfon land clMed." up for the purpos of, falling tho scilp of an offkt holder IJbe'ril, humoronslircoii-. j.'- tnuat feel felltved from -hs has to "little uie. for .the Tory -.There have many hi nil, bill this Vs. jth 6- first time that' any ne'ws- dennllely'staled thai the paid the salaries iot "public 'service iut of' Its 'picket.- to 'llrt ,hich paid arits" government for the. salaries domes ircrn the liberals finil But Ihai'seeVus not to H Joty- party''jfng the Tory mfttfey icing who and' -hrajoDly. will itty.'tn 'A public office and accept Tory pay for 60 MMAcd ol l vlnclal Jiere Is n strong trglialilHly thi iliig save 'ft renting much" of- itop tot the W. C. -It the J' i. jaa {be- to In the cfty Blocks actually hsll.'ofncei ind'-it polling plucen, -If rcsulta btltire, yery. ioitit U ttrrchui I W'VunnlnV i( tbl -WCp.T.tJ, "wefs" (rjiiit. (0 ..make present prleW..' Post office Dominion goV. Savings., n' Savings two Quebec fto- from -being for. seturitkB. U'e allll 'tflgf jhV that tunity. There la of .slocks, vhlbn. .will rclurns to la> them up" tat. nterest "Aft'tjuipiTnatlon interest i lha listen ctrcul i iiliow-a nuraberjof .stands ;