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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LETlimUDGE DAILY HERALD AVeUupsilay, Jmu- 23, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTASLiSHED D6CB.MSIH I PHONEl T, lUporttrlil Ar.d 1224 h Strict. LeW W. A. BUCHANAN T. W. QU'AYLE Mtrjjinp. Eri'tcr JOHN TORRANCE ,3 Cj. I.W. A'iirU, Clilll. Circu'llUfi An) Job 1252 OATLY SUBSCRIPTION 4 IT. Jtir- trtU...... t eeathi. bT iatfc. M- casalh. by idlrtUM teuil jittn. THE DAILY HEPALD FOR SALE AT N i Co Ales- Cress 4 EcSr R- Plnthir D MoCrta- B Dr-j Fcrnlf. B. W. rVrj C L. Relaecki Citr rot. Jjlreet Jacilw Co. 7C5 AT Afw ei an C.P.R. 1 What Others-Think THE WEEKLY HERALD d eiit-.t oTSiSB Jir-.asrr of o! U-.C lad .........H. cuuufcj I cianLha In adFinet ........Ti wide scope for your CIUTHU-S and lots ;of I'huna's for promotion, Jo nil you lo Cmr.ula's navy u bijf one, anil an inseparable iiuvlion of Hie It the Canadian niivy wove to be a scptn-ale institution, two ships or ten ships, Iheiv would llien be only two chances or k-n dunces for a Cunailhm to luvome -A captain; hul if Camilla's n.ivy is part and p.ireel uf the grmul old of Hritain. then1 would be miuiy hun- dred Midi dunces. Keep your ou this, and let [H'ople know yon understand it. "You won't :is iniiny as the ImsineiS- ninn will, but to me a minute. Wlul do they want dollars for.' ''To jiiu' them power? Which of them. if lie makes millions, will CUT such power ;is A laplain on his own quarter-deck, lo say nothing of an admiial of the Heel "To obtain social reeognition? There is no society in Kurope lo which a commission in the King's navy U not as good a key as Hit.' possession of millions, and some (Hie very best) do not open lo (he golden key. "To obtain sport? Who owns a yacht lo in.ilch the smallest of the cinisus yon may coniiiiimd? "To travel? Who travels as yon will travel, and that not when you are old and tired, but whilst you have a hoy's eye lo see Ihe woild and u hoy's spirits lo enjoy il? "To win, by and by, some fair lady's love? Way, there, Mr. You aie all right in your way, but no yirl worth winning ever had eyes for a million- aire whilst there was a lirilish naval otlifer around." The snobbishness which underlies the rippral Hit1 above l effusion nmsl curry with it a feeling of ilisgust to sensible rcad- !ers. There is nothing in it lo make the call for sea service the lofty and patriotic one it should he. It is, as Ihe Vancouver Sun- Isct rightly observes, "literature which will not do the slightest smartest C'MM in town. iiouil among-impressionable bill-will be harmful in Ihe! was rlfbi? i Vrs- of. them; _____________________________ Leader. As to Worry (Halifax Ctrooicle) "I ho Halifax lleniU on printed a dcspauh from the "minted j bureau" at Ollttna lu It, was alleged that Sir Wilfrid Uiurlvr is "worried wet ihe liofeat of thv Kill" That Mini ot >illy lalkj is ill for the most ignorant i'-ir- LaurK-r IMS uo I occasion lo be worried. U is llie gov-i 'croment ana us N'ailoualtsi allies! are doing ibe at Ibe i p.eseut moment. Ainl itty have good reason 10 1'Uey realize, as Mr. Uonlen's friend aucl iiolUJcal btd- telioiv, Mr. coufesspi] In Ed- monton I othiT tbat would defeated if they veai to the couutr> on navy bill" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED Reverses Men were born to command, bul] some of them married a'jffragHtes These Uncles The bachelor uncle preparing ilutle Kdna's bottle. "Where in thucdcr 1s the he Oh, You Mothers Mrs. women don't speak any morei each claimeJ THE FINANCIAL SIDE OF FARMING IT BERN a subject for remark that the average faimer is. 1 not a business man. The truth which has led U> this observa-j lion is that farmers, as a rule, arc not in the luibUpf keeping j books, as is rfone in business concerns, for the purpose of IIDNY Ibey stand at the end of the year. For successful farming bookkeeping is quite as necessary as [lev il is in the ordinary commercial transactions in cities. The jjov-j eminent of Saskatchewan has sized up tlic valua anil importance] of this to farmers, and a system of bookkeeping has been ilraxvnihk. an rr.flftrm lot -Take ill Ihe biggest anil Hie best iu Ihe Hue of exhibitions. H is nearly going (ll only inoraenls.' A Rabid Southerner "Col. Julep U Uic most rabid South- erner 1 ever "Yes." "He goes so far as to call Mon- ileTiegro' Secret of It marriage ssems lo have turned out" wen, atler all. You fee, Ihey 1'Oth be ke to mix plr.isurc and sightseeing will have lo of each lie rerfarilifpt.gratifying their oiher.-Boswn Transcript. Theie are ni.nnv atlniclions at the Exhibition ;uid those up the fanner 'ca to the financial side of farming. To encourage farmers to make j use of the svsteni prizes are offered to those who keep Ihe best A bridge to innke access to thc Watcrton I.iikos eiisier would system .of bookeeping is of tl.e simples! variety and is! pleasing tlic many the bridge will soon be built; such that Ihe veriest Amateur cnn readily understand it. The) Contrary as Usual hive a horror of ca: a benefit on many people. If thc government aims al i rcst ot this: The more irui j and sincerely unhappy a woman !lhe more tears she doesn't shed. After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's 'Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 1 Ke Knew. 'At 1 know how it Said bright lltllo Benjamin Howe In every herd there's a cow who bad, Ar.d sour and Always 'I'm mad.' ind that l> the bultermllk "Did Ihe attorney tie defence cross-eiai.iiuo 'Oh, dear, replied Mrs. Plffle- sllder, "he ivaa Just as pleasani about It as he could llomt j Companion. Moneta'rV Times dwells on the advantage which its adoption oni The rains which have fallen in such abundance over Sunny Htard In Restaurant Ihr- fnrni must brinr- to the farmer. With regard to this it has! Southern Alberta have hem. generous in quantity anil area. The I Krst -liners-Let (jear of increased prosperity for every one. 'ni EOnlc the farm must bring this to say: While this is a new departure in Canada, and as far as is j known in the Stales of the Union, it is not new in Europe, as in i The President of thc French Republic is Hie guest of Britiiui's iron get It. luauy notably in Switzerland and Sweden, a sys-JKing HIH! the fricntlsbii> of great nations is being pledged j World lem of bookkeeping on the part of farmers is compulsory, and in j over the social tea cup. j ,alhcr has ev-ryiblna'." sbnic cases is utilized for purposes of assessment. At present of Exclaimed distracted sue Bourse the Anment Tas taken to where an Inquest will he held, Progress "Daughter, I asked the young man I who -.vas jvisl lulkiru? will, >on [her -tic knw how lo dance." which will be.more likely-to lead him to success. II alsoi Thc hunger sfiikt: means ofVtling prison is spread-1 he cause him to study bis marketing and other conditions nnd nuikc! jng in ICngknid and others than the sulVrngctlcs are trying M thc liim in every sense of the word a trained business man. ischemc out. If ciiminals are lo evade punishment by such; A POOR APPEAL IN THE APRIL number of a British Columbia publication en- titled "Thc School there is an article from Ihe pen of the editor, Mr. .Phiilips-Wolley. According lo the Vancouver Siiiisel, the booklet containing this aiticle is issued under thc authority'of the educational department of the province, and is> for distribution among high school pupils, and those of the .senior aiid'inlermedialc grades of .Ihe public schools. .The Vancouver weekly referring lo the arliclc speaks of il ludicrous exposition of thc thundering rot that'is crammed do.wa the throats of the boys and girls at the public and high schools of the province through the medium