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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IfEKAT.D Moiiclay, Tilly 31, Iflll. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pubirahed by the L.thbrldfle H�rald PublUhlng Co., l.t*. "V^ry wtul evening at lt� office, SUth ttreet, Lethbrldge, AiD�rt�, C�n. W. A. BUCHANAN-MansBlnft Dlroetor and Editor. PHONE;__________ PHONE: Editorial, ) " I Mdvertlslna Reportorlal, end Newi Dept.- 1224 circulation int* Jcb Oept*. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION nATE� J re�i-, aellTered........14.00 , 1 year, by amU......... 6 months, delivered.....13.00 ^ n ! 71 S months, delivered. ".Jiioo 1 � moat hs, by mall...... 3 month, delivered......,is* i s njon'.hi, by mall........*� AWresBes changea as often as dsslred, but both n�w and old a* dresBcj mint bo Klveu. WEEKLY HERALU FubllBhad every Wednesday In eight or more pugee, acfi coutalni k lummary of the news of the woek, local and dlitriot. i ZIVJ^ ."^'J^'"' } � montu., m advwce....�� tethbrldoe-Red Croee Drui t Booh Store, J. G. Robert-ion & Co.. JackBon ft Cop* Alexondra Hotel, People'! Drug Storn M�cleod-Youtig ft Co.. R. \f. Hamilton. Plncher Creek-E.J.Mitchell, D. h. McCrca, Taber-Westlalie Broe. Cardston-Alberta Drug * 13 00k Co. Fernir, B. C.-Percy Be�L Medicine Hat-L..M.Northara. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. C-BeatUi 4 Atchison. Claresholtr-O. h. Uolnecke. Diamond City-Diamond City Ori;g Co. VancoL'.'er, 3. C. - World Wldo News Co. MInneapode-Broun & Browo 219 4tli St. Spokane-Tlu> .liimieson .News Co., 705 Uivt^rside Ave. ... Also cti all C. P. R. Tralna. OUR POINT OF VIEW Trust the LibetaU. Tlie issue is clear. The battle Is on. Swnt tliB antl-reclproclty fallow. Spud the. Hlgh-tiirlft Tories. and they lullied it wliisn the Fipldlng tnrin wii.s iiitroiliioert and ugnin at the time the Urilish preterence was ! iinnoiiticed, \et Canada baa never I l;e:'ii !io prdKiteroiis. Don't li.stcn to f'on.'^erv.itive talk ot ruination now, because the MheraU .are advocaliiv>; liuiie markets (or our products. It ili>i'.--irt mean anythinp;. Laurler and larger markets. Mr MaE;r.ith is a iiieo man, hut ho IS svrdiii; nil rciiprocitv. Govp ruor White, of West Virginia, expressed hlniaelf very emphatically ,f vou want reelproelty, vote Uh- Iho other'day. �There is .  not eiu)\i};h anne.\-tJtlon spirit in the ' _. riiiteii Stales." he said, "to wad 11 s-liot u.\\t\. \Vs are not Interested In uiuie\atlon. This twentieth rontury lu'i('n!;.4 to the Canadians for deyel- "[""""t. anrt �w-e snv to vou 'God lilosa tune Uiv a ohance. �-in .,,,,1 , , , ,. >ou, and (.od speed vou. N Yes, "If.v the Medii'iuc lint c good buys in farm lands and it will certainly pay you to exiiniiiie our list before buying. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Suspend the duty, hy all means; the Government, wo tinderatand, is! already taking steps tantamount to 1 its siispeii.-ion, hut what in the mean-j Smiths In Congress Itiine becomes of the annexation the-) (Washington Post.i jories of the Herald and other mouth- The Smith family is doing its duty;piece.s of the "Big Interests"? Does] liy Congress, and now has nine men not the "Suspend the duty" cry of; in the House and Senate. Senator ^ the. Herald disclose in all Its naked-j Hoke Smith, of Georgia, is the lat-, ness tho absurdity of tlie position tak-! est addition to the Smiths. He Joins eri iio by the protwrlonist forces In William Alden Smith, of Michigan; this country? WeRtern Canada at , Ellison D. Smith, of South Carolina, the present moment needs coal and I and John Waller Smith, of Maryland,  needs it badly, and there nrc, it is j in the Senate. |said. hundreds of thousands of tons 1 The House has five Smiths. These ' available in the States tor our use; are Charles B. Smith, of Now York; ; provided the tariff wall c.-in be re-.). M. C. Smith, of Michigan, and Sam-, moved. "Suspend the duty," cx-uel W. Smith, of the same state; icl.^tuis 'he Herr^f^i^-^nd we heartily, Sylvester C. Smith, of California, and agree; suspension of the duty is in William R. Smith, of Texas. Miclii- line with thp pi'oposed reciprocity in, gan Is liberal with her Smiths, and natural products. ; has furnished the Sixty-second Con- \ We welcome tho conversion of the ; greas with one Senator and two re-! Herald and trust "that it will long: presentatlveB, i continue to voice the slogan "Sus-^ pend the duty." , The Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 A Straight Fload and a Clear Issue (Winnipeg Frnp Press.) servailvo nominee In thLs di.strlct. He; party and a restricted market advo-Is ouispnkenlv anti-recijirocity. Mr. cated by the Protectionist Conserv; Magrath is an admlralile citl/en, a tlvo iiarty. The Value of a Public Library TITE Btrango diHappoarance of a girl relatpd in these coUimnH, tho prolmble cause of which is thought to be the iiifluenco of reading dime novels, points out stronger than ever the need of a puldlr iihra-ry. The deslrucllve effect of cheap literature of a morbid and sensational type need not be enlarged on. It is sufficiently woU known. Tho eraluro did he only know what they were. How much of the reading pleas lire Is lost by an ignorance of its existence? How much of the history of Iho ancient empires, Buch as Kgyiit, Da.bylon and Persia, which have play ed so important a pan in the dovelop-ment of tho tiow is not known. The books on those iierlods are often too taste fur reading, like that for Hny j expensive for the individual purse. Mr. FItldlng's Proposal (Saskatoon Phoenix.) Th? Minister of Finance. Hon. Mr. Fielding, has put the issue up aqiiare-ly to the oiistnictionlsts at Ottawa. He challenges them to pass reciprocity, and let the people test It for a year. In the meantime redistribution , can be proceeded with, and after the!'" ^'"^ '-'S''-^' decision on the issue, people have tested reciprocitv tho gov-, f"""' C:.nadian Paidiament eminent will go before them for a,"'' Canadian people, verdict on that Issue. Surely noth-I '"^ obstruction as the avw.ved Ing could be fairer. The pact could �' "'(^ Opposition, early action easllv bo repealed in a year without �"'>' Possible by tho dissolution of that disorganization of business ! ^'��"'""'"^"^ �PPeal to the ei- or we v.ant, or do not want, the I'n- Wlth the passage bv the Cnited ^'^'es markets. It Is to bo had States Congress of tlie reciprocltv ;'"'"'''^'i' ''i*" putting forth of tho agreement, events ijogin to marcii i\\'c must take it or leave It. duickiy at Ottawa. I ~'-------- The Government, it Is clear. Intends Shades of Columbus (Lite.) the biggest criminal cases with which be was connected, notably, the Turag-nello and Lynn murder cases, and the Hawnmoro kidnapping case, the latter an extremely interesting incident, which occurred at the time of Vho I'aciflc Coast Seamen's Cnion strike. The Nanalmo branch of the proved one of the most interesting in the annals of British CoIun�bla criminal proceedings. The late Theodora Uavle, then attorner-geaeral prosecuting, and Mr. Charles Wilson, who later also filled the office of attorney-general, appearing for the defence. The late Hon. Pellew Crease was union, which was very active and j the trial Judge. All but one of the cleverly officered, undertook to kidnap tbe non-union crew of a coaling which the Opposltioii profess to fear \ would follow upon such a course, and a year would be enough to demonstrate whf^her or not it has the great possibilities claimed for U foy Its trainers and sujjporters. If It has not, the people will soon make themselves heard. Sir Wilfrid's Popularity (Slrattord Beacon.) Tho London Daily .Mall, in Us notes of tho Royal progress through London, the erlni cii in his many years of faithful and (endent Hussey had overhauled It anil i self-sacrificing service to his King brought captives and >';ptiirod back to Xanalmo. The trial of this case and country. British Columbia has \H a good man and true. R. 1. P. home find abroad, Is not only nn attractive personage, but a distinguish- ed statesman. That ho should rank 1 will lie swept aside and we shall other luirsult, needs educating. An Important factor in tostoring that education Is the means of bringing to the knowledge of ibn public, and particularly the young public, hooks and writings of an ncknowbidged. wliole-eome .refined and inleresting standard. This can only he accomplished hut they contain themes ot great Interest. How many of the public are ac(|ualntcd with tho masterpieces of Balzac and Maeterlinck, to say nothing of our own great writers? It Is not tho want of desire to read them, wore their virtues known, hut tho lack of Rotting into touch with lh�m. by the oBtabllshlng ot n central build-i Tho practice of reading should bo ing, where such vofumeii could he lo- liiciiloaiod In the .voung, and with It cated, and to which the public can what to road. It Is not, however, ot have free accesB.' Tljera are many | ranch . use doing this iinloas there in authors of sterling worth whose names and writings arn not often koowii, and the only means ot making their ftctiualntance Is hy a walk round II library. How many a person would ,rend and relish the gems of our llt- a means of supiilying the now desires, and catering for the now tastos. If It Barvas no other purpose than of keeping tho public abreast of modern thought, the public liibrary wouldl liavM fulfilled Us imrnose. In tho face of a direct aiieclfic challenge of tliis sort, every other issue wltb Lord Roberts in tho popular estimation of the British peoiile Is get the Judgment-final an far as this generation Is concerned-as fo wheth- OH, YOU SPONGE! The pleasure in the use of a firi.e larg(> Bath Sponge needs to lie ex))eri(Miced before lieing fully realized. Now i.s your opportunity tn get one of these at a very low price: Very Large Kath Size................50<^ Medium Bath Size ...................40c. Small Bath Size .....................25c'. See Our Windows The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., LUh PHONE 855. THIRD AVE. SOUTH. BRAVE POLICE OFFICER (Cranbrook Herald.) In the death of Superintendent of Provincial Police Mr. F. S. Hussey, British Columbia sustains a yery severe loHs. Very much of tho s|ilen-did record h(!d by this jirovlnce In the matter ,7f the administration ot justice and the enlorcemenl of law and order was duo to tho sagacious work of tho deceased. He was a (lulot, unassuming man, bent only upon tho faithful performance of his duty, li) the uurBuli of which no hardship was too great, no danger to life and limb worthy u moment's consld-oratlon. He had seen sorvlco In all parts of Iho province, and wherever duty called him his work was adii')'-ably performed. In the early 'nVn tbn writer was closely -usaoclatHd �'lth Hiiporlntendent llusaey In sevURtl ui l)Utribiitur8~ra�:iiii�lo Wine & Spirit Co. IMhlH'Ul^ii ;