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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TJ1JB LKTHBHlDfiE DAIT.Y HEBAEP" Thursday, 27.1912 LETHBWtiGE DAILY HERALD OICIMMK )K' by Htr.U 0. Ltd .v.r> lawful lni it IU xth 1 A. W. Manallno M4 1252 DAILY dellvtMd n-onlha flelhertd 1 months 1 month t raonthl by.m.lV 11.60 1 mo.U., ky on.n a. And old 'TMi'DAILV HIRALO FOB Cn Book Store, 0 Co Drus Midlclni t.- M. Nnrlhim Robertson cranbrook, Btattta ana Co Uti andn Hold i Drut L. Diamond Clly-rDlamond City Tounf A Co R. W pruif Hamilton UaneBuvar ft 'C Pinch.p J Mltehill. D L. McCrea Brown, estlakfl Bros. ith Drut A. Book Jamleson News Compani Co Rlvtsfllds B. on. THE Published eieo nednesda) In ellhl or mart and contain! a of the of the Jpcal and district 1 sear In H 50 4 m0nHia In Svc. fi months In advance toe It I i tlh tiro ttut llio Boi Uou .government gave- SMimlor lioetl (ho ,reftisa] of tlio Com mission chiUrnmnshJp. The Senator would 'tho Intcre'itB of the ra'iSroads if ho held tho job, for ho hit's. bcou H rnilroacl lawyer all his.lire; Saskatchewan Oonsci'vntiveg are .blamlns t.ho Liberals for bringing; ISBUIS Into the election Buhl down there. a JVOatl.Y turn ed compliment lii- tha'ct T bTTLRS TO sometimes giving 'the op portunity to those 'Who are gained as 'crinks to air their in A dividual, views, are often productive of opinion on certain matters ivhicb, t show 'good deal of commonsense arid- reason. In the latter class we place the letter signed Alexan vder -Jolfnspn, ex-president 'of the Roj al Socletj of Canada published in an contemporary. It .was written 'with -.reference -to. the- proposed cele- hratlon of the Peace Centenarj The writer, in stating that the .thought ot war. between Britain and the United States ought to be as un iriiaiural, and as inconceivable to fut- ure generations as of uar between two ..cities of .Canada, suggests frthat1 the history of previous wars .is a dafifferous incentive to the joung 'He accordingly the pubU'-a tion and use b> bafh nations such Burying the Hatchet In carrying; qut; the idea of glossing- ojei matteis of con'iicts, to lose 01 events which had their im portance faj moulding the destinies of the nations There are certain of these which take great place in the national pride This, is an asset wfiich requires cultivation, and which past achievements pn the field of battle "tend to encourage For this reasonvthcy cannot be- forgotten. all is important so tar as: preserving good' will between the nations is concerned i% the spirft in which these, should be treated. This (Edmonton" SatUrda'y "News) In one of most earnest addresses thai.'.'! ventura to say. a religious ever heard H R Grant, who has been stationed at iernie tor sixteen years back, on-Tuesday, night: declar- ed that in aVcommunity as that iu which could obtain respect' :or consideration be- cause he'wore hls'.collar back foremost, howeve'r, 'much this might do for him efsewhere He had to be a man Those who'Ichbw What Mr. Grant has accomplished-, in mining town, with no other .Presbyterian min- ister arei certain that'the viewpoint'from ".whicb he has approached, his 'work'.is- that whicb mokes for. real and that it, is., gs others adopt it that their influence npill'increase. LWe hav another such' inVEdmoh ton are flad to in. the reier end gentleman mho has pee.n presfd ing over is the only and not bj slight .'that the suggestion of ilr Johuspn w hich is a good one could be -earned out The responsi bllity here lhes not ouh with the authors of the textbooks but with When a Boost u Knock (Chicago'Trlbune) tthen Mr Champ Clark obllglr .wrote the testimonial fo.r "a patent medicine he "was not taking himself senouslj as a candidate (or presi dent The epuode jiutiftes the coun tn in not doing so now t l There been In 5he Republican party over the loss of dtgnitj f leave cold Such dignity as has been Ipst laudably rather than Jamentahlv but in the case of Mr. Cltrk-we have -a -different matter. Air. Clark's' "would loae no alue fol the patent medicine makeis if he it ere elected president, beriiaiquu and. Clark's position be unique A wood cut of h s noble features would con tlnue to adorn the statement It s the best all around medicine ever the teachers who expound them The sold over a "druggisti co-inter Am gchoot books as shall (as possible "nd nit touch as lightly etpreaaions of regret, on the wars of the past, while 'wiih pride the achieve- ments of both nations, in- discovery iny-en'iion, and >hc arts of peace crally. other words, it, is the re history under n-ew ideals In view ol the occasion there js a good deal of .sense in Mr. Jphnson's .sugg-estioii; But, on .the othe'r''haUU "there must appear in the idea an :aLtsmpt to destroy 'the practical value of history, so fur as dealing with' 'what ''arc known as -historical facts .concerned. There -must always iatt-ar perhaps the more import- ant of lheelwo and it is the manner which treat incidents that realh coupti so far as tne minds of rhe joung are influenced Personal opinion and bias should qualities entirely... absent in those engaged in the young; It is well that with regard to the coming cen ten an that this should be gauged bv teachers If it is there will he no gryat neec1 for the revision of text books There1 ane, others, who in ,110 ;le99; degree'have the power of. ere-' ating racial prejudice and nlth them Ites of help ing towards the encouragement of .that the Peace Centen- remaln ihe di.tic.uU) of the text hooks arv js intended to create ;This shearing time. Lucky. The' only refreshing thing about' 'this weather is the thought that there arc much hotter places, vLcthbridgc is soaring nobodj gets sore over it Some for nothin- is one thing the west isn't noted for. If. Baltimore, Maryland, has wcath- .er.aa'hot as '.Lethbridge, Alberta, the DemocratB will be inclined to nom- inate Dr Cook for president jUalcolm has it' was onlj ahftt the ot> town Should a If juit take a trip lo, nnd uncover the secret mote a., cold storage company right here in tethbridge. Everybody-would" subscribe'. lion Robert Rogein is not coming 'to Alberta. -.Saskatchewan is as-far aa he can get until after July 11. and the election -result will make him wbhs.fo_r to get out. of the sight'of human beings as fast as pomible, have been quite a wrench to .our friends who think, act and evert eat on the political plan to tell them lo raise the question above party poll tlca His trip to Canada necms to be' .almost verily opportune juat at prerent of they fume V while we Itttfuld DC fsiri) ycfOd leather lOvUroJ A. prominent vfiitoi fo our fair cit> the other- day that Lelh- finest parks'and this greatest need of better hotel accom modation of. any cltv in the vent Pit} our visiton couldn't sleep in the parks MfertheleRK, R nouldn t he a bad to start in on the hotel ong the sajings and HTltiogs of Am erican presidents this would be not able. The nation be projd of Mr Clark and would find that his mdorument of pjtent cines would be sought more energeti callj than ever before Colii-ers Weekb greets at tention to the Mr Clark s mentalitj He has not taken himself as a candidate tor president and in this at least the countn can agree vuth him', "fust pora Jote" The L-idiei 'John, club had a moat edifjlng meeting _ 'I'm glad to hear it, my re: sponded; her. husband, as he I the paper and .prepared to I "It was moe-t 'I'm glad, -to hear It. "-And what xj" Mrs. .Wombat read a .paper on hog' 'Indeed? 'Yes, .'which- as followed bv most interesting description of the Sahara desert.' 'That must have and then there wag a paper on our.-jail system.'' i 'Good, enough. Next, little Wallab played-, the Black-.-Hawk waU2ftahi Monasten Bells Oh 1 jou? our ,Sbakespeare club has somt Jiue mett- for..a Rat f Mrs. Clark, wife of of the national house of representatives, Is credited. wit.h .this story 'There was ,a minister .TV'ho'balleV' there is aometKing good ii all.men and women. 'The -minister began to pot down in his -.notebook .specific instances. One day he was visit to a condemned prisoner, rat stole-out its hidirigr.- place' and The unhappy, juan fondled 'Do. ,rat, and.' hare joii been so him as to tame him completelj asked the minister 'Love oner J d ,ahare m> last crumb with hiqa. fc can tell me mj poo. felloe vhat hasjnit into-jour this" unselfish for a iat' answered ThU hit the jailer, sir1 Woman's World. Jly Pan c( night And Bwingin home at tin pail That mother lunches m, And jumps tho creekin, rail Cfo our back fence, nnd shouts Jlal "You sure look good to me1 r And Where's son' all twinklunlj liUle Then after tea he have our h avs Come on trt to heart' p tell him all about the day Right from the ien start And hes as pleased as be As If I 'wus a man His own size talkin seruvlv A bom some portant plan1 s And hasens with her eyes' And dries the dishes, top And Paw lie SRJB I'm feehn1 rich Because I've got-you twol And then ne 'most everything And the greatest fun Till paw takes out his watch dm AIj how this eienings gone'" then we get the Bible down And have our evening -'prayers; Than paw he lights rov IRtle lamp And comes with1 me upstairs, And then he kicsea me good night, The longest, slowest way, And tells me kind of deep and low for AMY E. Hot Weather Comforts Dili; stock contains main articles that.will .ukl to umr comfort and pleasure during hot t Lime Juice loj a Tliiist quenching diiuk. Fruit Halts to cool the blood Biff Hpouges add pleasure to the bain. Toilet Water, refreshing and pleasing. Hammocks, foi the comfortable rest And intiny others. Phfrrie us yftlu will dellier them promptly Red Cross Drug Book Go. Ltd. Phoife 559 3rd S. Here are three good ones Five Lots FaohiK north on 7th Qaocn Hth St., S., nud 15th St. South', water, a splendid (or three ent sidewalks, water and sow er; a splendid building electric lights. A snap houaei., Can bo had for for short time only each For fe.li.ort time EASY Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE pTiiminn crriTniTirr STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phojif C P. R Sub-division Noft't: of (Dyerliead Bridge SALE WILL OPEN AT 9 sum. ON, 1 THURSDAY, JUNE 27tli This subdivision located immediiUely north of the Ninth Street ei head Bridgo and "tlic" C. P." H. Station. It contains a number ol tlQsiiahlc wholesale and rcs-idcnLial aic being of- j'ercd'at most reasonatlo Plans, price lists, full inloi'matiou can nov be'obtained at the of- iice ol Skeith Opp. Alexandra Hotel CL P. R. 'Agents Phone 1343 SEE Harris Olson If you requite help or if you are ing for work. 1 BEGIN BLOCK Phone PHONE Martin's Baggage." Transfer i i i Western Canada Agency.Ltd. -if Carry in Stock and FUSE, BUAtTINO PAtNTS, OILS AND HUBBIR IN VARIOUS, GRADES AND SIZES, PACKINM, BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND SUPPLIES, BANWELL HOXII FENCINO PEERLESS ROOFINO IN ONE, TWO THREE PUYS BUILOINO, TAR AND FELT PAPER BOLTS, NUT8, COACH SCREWS, ETC., ETC, 1 QUOTATIONS ji J't v jf 7r Western Canada Agency.Ltd. 1H4 FIRST AVE. SOUTH LETHMIME, ALTA. ;