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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUT. LKTMUlUWil- HAII.Y LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CCtor.'ll, ESTABLISHED OECEVIIK HtM'd S'xth Ltthtr Jje, A. BUCHANAN Mtniglng T. XV. CIMVLB Mir.J3lh9 Cfi'tW iQHN' TORRXNCE Am 1224 1252 DAILY JUSSCRIPTION I msalb. but 4 etna THE DAILY HIPALO FOR SAI-t AT Store. I Co.; Jitkw Hatelj O Co.; A Co.; R- Ferr.lf. 3. Pe.-cy Beit Wtaiclre U N VorOxm. Criitrcck. t. O. L. Dlimcnd Cltr Vinetuvtr. 3. 'C.-Woril Browm Jll-l-i Tfcf X Tia Alt? en a'l C.P.R. tralrt ia Civil o 11- H fcf Vulgar THE WEEKLY HSRALO l TTtdctadar IB Pf rif a ol ti! ntis c( tte wtfi. s la tte r ednsce H f ccDthj EdTtac4 ...Uo, Atv.o V.icX cllv the- fc.iEJ MY uifr la l Awe they forth by a-j.1 her Ms- si ty Ht to rty.'naJ 1 rcaJlly ihmsb I raihcr li.ue to asd stand ji'ocf. left all our r.plfihVcrs tUtVrfiHy) i-raalctes I'K 6 e 11 '.i'J oo a nd court soy for a IciUitiou of a roc vvhicb th? 1'iinoeis to at Ottawa a cumber ot were t'-ters Idrjni. a Minster ot State, a Chiet A Thus does roy all y fi no an i elevate jori'il i Let us rot rake no tbi? pist to re- j call the offenders. When tto boo' doubt tfere vas a good deal ot ludicrous fcplb'.r.g ami scraplcg i practiced in ibis city in for (he visit of tbe Princess Louise. A Misshevicus Chi.-rcra j ID a Seller to "Mr. Justice Nova irVetla he wrote: i_ "1 cherish iittMps, ihiu ite njorah Vkhkb coites us to the OM Country, and more than ever regard the political bond as uorse than worthless. I au: also more than ever coauocsd ifcat the only real JarsUtacce which' Canada can ever to England-is-her irieudly vote in the councils of our can continent Thtre. sra as' I t-u-V ?i o A'V.eiiCABJ, Mi'.tv-i ihit M; tittiT thlciLS lljis a( Hv mKirrx-is. tint they fi'rl aboYt; its Mr. Jlaullali' Hrlglit. Lord Fairer. Karl tirsl tlarl t1! the late DuLe ol Uie yrw Dake of V; Holier; Pro- fessor Max Mulltr. I'rofesaor TytidaU Mr Ilif I'tiicy Ing, add Mitiho'A AmoM Perverseness c( Temper The day bcok apprari'd In London the Uail; I'ttonule iceated t'diEorUtlj usiiie- ti fading, itiiata fa aMniclixe picture U presented is col a V of Siiiltb. MORE GOOD THAN HARM periEl confffieraticn I regard as a Goldniu Saiitb i. the lu tlio section truni h! corrtepocileaco Sighed this eelt He was a man cf brilliant parts api" strong personality, a rliie scholar au> a consummate of tie art o lltpraTv At its best hi tomi'srf >sith that ot srtat masters o; KrgSisb prose. spite of all thesa silts and r----- _ _ mere chimera, and'on? which 15 fast hecociiu? mtaCheTious. Though as cd of as a nursery-maid, col Icot them for political "C1 ORTL'N the storm which came out of the Rocky Moun- r last night did not do any very serious .laiuage. There was u certain amount of inconvenience through luck or the R1 Hon j Eoulh hut the Herald gladly submits to any small inconvenience t African fame, he said: in this to the pleasure there is in'contemplating the "Yen were puzzled by what I iaid i____.i as io financial positioa of CanaiJa jjrosperilv h'ounci lo come through a Imruper harvest. POLICY OF ECONOMY as (o the financial position of under confederadon, anil' as' to the i esisteuce of polsUcal'iiartles. To the j finaocial position of Canada compared Vnited States I that in" that respect has been-re- IE; movement to reduce expenses is one which will meet with the appreciation of the The city t in" thai councilis well advised-in giving this matter the deserves. But action is being c_, _ on'the lines of economy, it would be essential at the same time not thougj, one Caij3 lo forget thai elViciency is Quite as important as economy. the other Liberal or Reform; they arc IF economy can be effected without'impairing elliciency, would be the'right policy. In the studying of ways and au the ihercfore it is hinhlv important that this facl should not be lost] evils of faction by their contest. At ...i i_i ht in the economic process the last be found to be worse than the first. ta Reformers" 'free! trade; tut. this Is blate BC lounu to uu me jiioi. Reformers free! traae; tnt. this is However, ctmsidering the disproportionate rise in. current merely an accident of the hour." is without' doubt much scope for the pruning In of ile K-iirs iiicjv. ,l Boer war as bavins done more to dls hook to be used in the matter of many things. tt h, En.lan-d OUR POINT- OF VIEW I srace the history tM- England aaithing that has occurred" since the burning of Joan of Arc. Family Spits'with-U. S. to ffecLiul. Tho in a ctl cmpsr and angularity of character At Oxford, in the Leyday of his brl !ant promise, dffccts began t disclose themselves. Ar.d in the.ver different of Toronto Ibe jecarae accentuaied Prom his n treat in Toronto he uttered. Brill a public afTairs IE a spirit of gloom Bitterness, and to seemed to he tv mort: d lie n chanted hv tbe march political1 events Sn tls adopted co: Lry of Canada. "Tbg'new letters r.ow veal the phSloiOflie: m a very unlor ly light. Disraeli, frhoai he alrraj hated, occupies the first place in h wcro some ucedif ing incidents in life, nolab th? (awning letter Sn -which ho Sir him-a place in his adrninlstraL'cfnrsr.-l ihen his auda- clous deaial s later in the House ot Commons thn he had for ofiice. -U was this in- cident'-thaf Srjiib had; iu To-day's Impressions To-morrow's Sales Many a September purchase h really decided in July. r 'f 'Many a woman is fathering information to-day thnl in- jj flucucc her selection of stove two mouths hcucc. y Many a nmn is thinking right the store he will r ionise for his Fall suit mid overcoat., if Many an October pinrio purcliasc is really determined on porcliof a summer hotel or home in August. How unwise, then, to 'put 'off the Advertising of these and similar articles uutil the autual lime.of their use arrives. One ndvertisement seldom' makes a fnlc. It is the repeated impressions created by Advertising thatdevelops purchases by a diacriininntiug pub- .these impressions tire.seldom built upy'J in a day, a week or a mouth. Yet some manufacturers nnd merchants 'still' mind-jvhen .ho ed Disraeli as Hie.prospects may be elsewhere, Soullicrn Al- geria's crops were never in ticlfer shape, nor more promising The new settlers aic pouring in and a big "iunch" of them ire wise to the possibilities in Alherta. When the .Bylaws revised and approved correct arc sub- milled, vole for them. The money has'already been nearly spent und must-be paid. The'-Maclcnd Spectator's animus for the Associate Boards of Traders greater than its anxiety for' the welfare of the farm- crs.of.Southern Alberta. n his Itiierf. In writing to Sir ft Collins, he MJ-E: "We nave jyst had.cahkd'to us an irticle of the" Times, mlEEion .1'ilsl .of Vestminster -ADoey. Longfeliou- may cot be the greatest of poets, but h? The crops are 'sufficiently assured to permit of the loan com- panies and honk's opening the mouths of the-money bags a wee .bit. Let a few shekels loose. 5f Aid. Hamilton succeeds in-reducing the.amount of monej necessary lo exact from the people, he will he entitled lo the people's gratitude. No, Mr- Pessimist, this is not included in the category of dr> This is a real old Ontario Rogers says the Senate will he reformed sppointlng men to it who hove respect for Canada's imperial responsibilities. Isn't that a nice compliment lo pay.defeated candidates' 'workers. 'an unscrupulous tilckiter ana liar an assemSIj- where also tvas bound .fty the ties-of honor and Uisraf-Uamay uot a meticulous regard for the trotli, hut -he vas a inan.of senlus, faith, idcar, and amazing courage, GladstODe ilii'i ild lit severely criticizes both- Sir Jolm another Goldwia Smlli': lacdonald anj aversion. -When Gladstone in Ws'oli 's procrastinate until the first nip of frost is felt nnd then besiege the public with belated uouncements of Fall clothes, kitchen home furnishings, winter underwear, and other t articles usually purchased in tlio Fall. y PurcJiastd ill tie but decided upon in tKe Summer. Decided in favor of the goods ,j' that are advertised. it j the Advertising read in July that bears fruit in September and October. -For to-day's jjapressionsjaevitably lead to to-niorrow's sales. r f 1: orjhe SecrtUrr o! age made the most rndRnificest fjl his rcTcr lo his VuJ figbt for the liberation he was bitterly assailed by time admirer, who.called J for Goldwin Smith haled i Home Rule as much as he Iniperiaiism. Mr. Chamberlain he re- garded Mr. UalKnir as 'a driveller.' 1 In Ihc tame he sfjuirlcd bis ovsr preclatlon, and hai> no capacity for These arc grave delects In a man wHo "set up to bn a critic at large. The norldjs much founder and inec arc much better than Gold-. Trin Smith gave1 them credit for. incurable j.easimjsm would sap fallh acllori. i A writer In the Tinges says llic parts ot liamtci and Cassandra. We think ol him as a melancholy raven croaking on a. withered hranch. A man of cnlluro peoetreUiS through arnl tlirough pessimism Is of all guides tho moat 'unreliable in tr.o maze of moxlern_ lifo. One .would pre- fer lo rely on the'untutored loslincta f-SMlTH WAS ROUGH ON SOME OF POLITICIANS Star) Ariold'Hii'j.ltaln's took IB out. We loofc, the work he 'tq.'producV ae literary eiecutor of Qtfjdwln Smith, contain- l'og sfltctlotis'ff'oai f that eminent 'mail's to end from the year's 1815 acd loog period. S' Tto book' was pubUjhed May "16, by Ktig, and la at 18 ebilllon, whlcb la a Quite price. Mr. lert for EJdgUuid a double ot years to -and publljli Ills booit, atd cord came lo aome'of ua that be waa in ter of securing putllcatlon. People _ Iisre knew rphat, tbla meant. Tbe torrespondeiico of Ooldwla conlairi '.mud liva mattir some publishers would lllfW. wbo hDeK Mr, >laultaln fcnew that he would get hla book published in full even If he had to "wail. 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