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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pare 4 ri THE LETIIBRTDGE PAItY HKRALfl Monday. June LETKBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED id bw the Lethbrlis 'ti oWce, Sixth FHONEi 1224 i Publishing AtberU, Cinttft A. BUCHANAN Dliectcr T. W. QUAYLE iOH-i TORRANCB Minagir PHONtt __ 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATH i rncali, 1 taontX br charged u eflea if but itv M4 addtfssM must ba THR DAILY HKPALO FOR AT ft MKItlne K- Cic Store: J- G Co.; Jickson A HOW1; Feopti L Store: Kesr-r AUla CranbroaV, public iippreciate HIP services which in our stores are polite- ly imil I'ttidently rendered, will have the opportunity of giving those who cuter to them the needed consideration, should the stores decide to elose curly one day a week. If it is found ditticull to put the movement asked for into general pcactiec, how would it he lo adopt the provisions of what hus been known as the Daylight Saving Hill? This would in a groat measure meet the requirements conveyed in the request for Ihc weekly half-holiday. U would ensure the added hours of daylight necessary for outdoor recreation. The plan is a simple one, merely implying the cheating of the clock hy setting it forward an hour. Thus seven in the morn- ing would he represented as eight hy Ihc hands of ttie time-piece, and five in the evening by six. For all practical purposes present business hours can he preserved in mime. It means the adding of one more hour lo daylight, and the plan, we believe, was adopt, ed last year iu one or two cilics with satisfactory results, The arrangement might possibly cause a little confusion in catching and meeting trains, unless the system was uuivw- sally adopted. But where it becomes a local institution it would not take very long for the public to gel used lo the real and com- What Others THink The DMrfly Mfulei (Weafori Monitor) There are as maoy dMlhE Itoas 1a a rtir In Ontario, as from smallpox and icarltt partitive lime, and any inconvenience will soon disappear. which might be caused TO'jnf Co.; R- HamUton. V.nee-jver. Plnthi- S. J. UUcteU; D. Brow Drci A Book The JtirlraoK Coicpanj. Co TM lUrertlde AreflUt. Fernlt, B, BtiL C.P.R. WEEKLY HERALD Fiibtlsfccfi erery TTedntsdiy la oFlSSre fttts, tTtA cevtetaa ft s-amrr.arT o( the ol ihe JoTtt mfl II _ 11 be easy lo estimate Hie added horns provided hy the institution of the arrangement, during June, July and August, for opportunity of making use of daylight for outdoor recrea- tion. They would increase considerably lime placed at disposal for enjoying all that daylight affords in giving health and enjoy- N6, Studied Hul Ert.U IToronto CtobO Did Msdklne Hat study Toronto's experience tt vote! orer. In faror o[ granUnc a street car franchise to a private cor- poration? Out of Tune (Rfglna Leader) Ij'ES eoment, the organ of il03. P. .Pelletler, informs its SallontlUl ceatlcrs so far as the Borden government Is concerned, "thtre is no real Question of sending a single cent to England" for naval purposes. Aud this from the tuat pride i Itfdf on the tunefulness with flhlcb It iligs Rulo Urllannlal OUR POINT OF VIEW A. C. Aggie's Proof IToronto Star) Laut has aa Rrlic'o in the The summer honse-fly is beginning to make ils appearance. Lie in wail, anil swat it. TO SAFEGUARD BOATING' Till-' POPULARITY which has attended the lately instituted pastime at the lake, niaking boating the recreation of a very large'number of people, calls attention to another phase of the mailer. This is to'the, absence of.any appliances for life-sa-iing, should need arise for their J.. .Boating on the lake may be and the risk of any mish.ipis not'very greal.'. Butiall.the's'ame, il'.is the un- expected that'happens. and, as wc.'are.often accidents may.laUe place even in the best regulated CafelesSQess in'a canoe, or for the mailer of thai in a rowing easily mean Ihe turning of their.occupants All users of-boals are not expert smmmers, and-should a mishap i-ccnr in mid-lake it is doubtful as-.laOiow-niany will be able, to keep afloat before a boat pulled out for their, assistance arrives. In waters where the pubb'c congregate, it is usual lo have installed live-saving apparatus, and such should be placed al the Henderson Park lake. It belongs to the city and in this respect the'responsibility rests with it. -This is a provident measure which the authorities should consider. It would appear necessary that there, should be a molor- boat always kept in readiness to go lo the aid of those, who are victims of accident. This would speedily be on the spot should the occasion arise. In the public safely measures for ihe protection from falal- ilics require serious consideration. These should nol be delayed unlil Ihe arrival of circumstances to emphasize Hie importance of Iheir being installed. The youthful parachute jumper who wenl up lo his neck, in a Slalen Island marsh evidently found a soft place to land in. Liberalism may be temporarily eclipsed in British Columbia, but it'is a king wiiy from being dead. Thai the.Blood -Reserve should be thrown open in small leases is only a proposition and should be acted upon. Saturday Hvenlnj Post on American shipping, going Into facts and figures, reasons and arguments of the moat eipert kind. Agnes C. Laut is a Can- adian woman. does net printer's ink arguing that the Icct of a woman is as good as a man's. She writes articles signed A. C. Latil, prove It bcyoua dispute. r Age of Usefulness (Fredericton Oleaner) An Inquiry into the congestion of business In some of the Eag- lleh courts has brought out strong views as to the usefulness in some of the English courts of old men. Some of the judges expressed the opinion lhal In mental ivorl: man might he at his best between 05 and SO. and certainly between .66 asd 70. Judge Phllllniore thought he did more work now 'when he was over 65 than he did when he -nas younger. He naturally Eqiial Heat In Every Part of Gurney-Oxford Premier.Bordcn is-makiug an altempl to "reform1' the Sen- ate. Four Tory Senators just recently took the places of deparl- held that to compel at G5 was to sacrifice fulness. man to retire iome of his use. red Grils. Soulhern Alberla as the only part of Ihe Dominion wlieve ilfalfa can be grown successfully, is a good advertisement t'oc dislrict. 5 1' 1 1 King tieorge's birthday is tomorrow, 'and all parts of the Empire will unite> in wishing him "many happy returns of the Don't forget that the subway bylaw comes up for decision this day week. Turn out, ratepajers, and make sure of its pass- ing. THE OF POLLING WITH REFERENCE to assuring the passing of the bylaw with regard to Ihe subway there has been some talk as to the "desirability of extending the voting hours. Whatever Ihe reason against this extension those who contend for longer hours for polling purposes in municipal and other elections, have much of good reason lo support them in their view. They argue right- ly when they say thai, in the. interests of democracy, conditions of polling should be so arranged that it should be easy for every man lo get to the poll his vole "without restraint of obligation or intimidation." There is not a doubt that under existing arrangements many electors whose calling cntnils working late, who happen lo be pome distance from Ihe polling booth, become under the circum- stances practically disfranchised. Another way of looking at it is thai the extension of voling time would offset the advantages which ils present limitalion gives lo the candidate for election who possesses the largest purse, or has behind him a large supply of campaign funds. This would help him in the matter of automobiles and other vehicles for bringing voters quickly lo the polls, and so handicap his less fortunate opponent. The law with reference lo the time for polling may have been arranged for good reasons, but it cannot be regarded in the light of an edict of the Mcdes and Persians. A reform is necessary, and unless tliere are extremely weighly objections, which cannot be readily there is no reason why it should not be put into force, at any rate, in municipal clcclions. Nelson is taking sleps to hold a rase shovy. Would it no be well for Lclhbridge lu be thinking abonl that Sweet Pea car nival? Misrepresenting Tuber (Teber Times) It is a fine thing to be a booster, but one must' be a booster on facts, nol fiction. A Calgarv real estate flrnl which Is handling a Taber subdivision has IfS'jed literature In which the follow- ing appears: Taber has 6 wholesale houses, 2 achino shops. 2 automobile plants, rick plant population' ou like home cook- did Defore I got mar- Father Kniw -what IB tfae meaolnR ot 'Venl, VISI, Vfcy" Falher (wllhoul glanclns up from college yell, I gueB." -Judge. A Heap Big Noise ''.Who's Belting scold'd in jour' house now." "Nobody. Thai's ma teaching pa a few reasons wby "women oughl to vote." Relations With the Police "How ollen have you been arrest- aslcsd the Judge. VOIir lota o[ replied the petly offender. "You see I used to be fn beller circuDiEtancea and ran my 3Ur; Keeping llr. Kar-Burnsr: These, high-power machines they're malting more day. Mr. Gasoline: Ob, wellr It doein'l mailer EO much thafDr. Carrel Is .lurnlag out chaffeurt vlfh Got Back Nickel ,A young woman !tho Is often pill lo I return her dignity when Is! ilst'enlnj lo Ihe .convcrtallon ol her ectllement calHd up on the 'phone hy nne o( the boys re- cently.' Thee had a long talk, chiefly abb'ul and the (or Ihe class team Their eotirer- aatlon .sptead over twenty or ol fights he Kdr. things that R'e al take (or granted thai if.wbtk Would IjiQif hli itorlh, K irorth a jjl kf .pd'wifoi thi'drm emplojcd Dim as r.iT i a clerk He never said til than wu bad. He Iww h< knew, He never let hi) ehMt M" op wllb prldj. He meiely did Hit pouH do And took (or were satisfied: He didn't thlnVjhe had io itrut out Qr men would tllos Mi ihlnlm light ita'i He thought good .'work Vould som< day point him'out; And what li mori II did. '-1 THE LITHBRIDGE BREWING MALT. COMFANY, LIMITED j. spring the refreshing oilf r are most appreciated) pnVf .latsitude is quickly dispetled by a glass invigorating beveragi an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the itself to the change of season family circles look for your store news every evening '.The next'time ebo 6W Iho boy who had 'phoned her, she cald: "My, If m'usl ITaVe' cost'you a loll- 10 ir.e. fo long." did returned the young "Do you know what I did? Vfbea we eot through Ulkln' 1 Jingled tPHBRIDGE UMTTED PHONE 554 ;