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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i r I'M'-.) unt vi n iliint u, lilnr U'U LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Mertlj Prinl'ij IW. L.llSnJit, AltfU. Cl-ici. J '_' I 1 'J -2 S2.CO CR PTION KATES O 1 b; THE i 1'ixA 0. Hob- Co.. Aleonui. Ho'.ol; 1'eo- ttt Medic.nt Hit JVrfVSPn. Mur- i-'bj Co.: Cracb'cok Cc-'r-iar.y Pinc-isr .McCrea; Mllciell Cc........ (LN FOR ,vs 705 Gr.siy >lh Aie Ws-ii: Co. Plncher Keil St, Xens Co. Kr.c'- frj. THE VVEEKLV iiy !s of s-J-.i-Tiri of ih? .'f TyctX. r ia mont j'riii.-ij-io I'MI win- I'x l-.-r .1 tniH i, I'. cvv i Ill till ir v.lllll'.MSU ti> }Ji t t lUli.I bo in .1 !h. l.uniiii lliv is I'fvMllM' In' M 11 ill Nielli .IIKl I i'f HrihSh, ivniKCl'uMi iviiini suuSii- llus, "illi -i tlv I'niUil Sli-tt tlit-uji .1 lov niiMilhx lu I'.ul hiuiMi! I'liunlly to tin- ih, .li-iiw.' Hi- li.iil p.irlv .i'ul uuU'iutl IVIMHI il pf U'l llu1 .tboul Mr. Mu.nluv, n ol Ui> Hi'nUsi i-iununt? Om- ol' il-M'r> iU-fc.ll a si million In pruviik- for (.trill n-Oiuvtl fu'i.cht r.ito. .nul Itu- ol ullui- wi-Uinji' f.iriin'r. At tin- ssvum wh.n Mr. Mr, Sch.ilViu'r M.milob.i I'lisisiTMiliM-. uisivnl Mipporl tlv ijiiM'rsisiUMil's .sltfiupl li> fu'in llir eis llu1 right k> fur Ihe sliipiiu-iH nf lluir imdor the nld M-uiilnIni Act. Mr. Miiiilwi louiul siboxini! llv c.ill of Tlu1 Times >.iys Mr. Mi-iglieii siudfistaiuU "Hv.- f.Miiitfri .iiulj tbeir but it iti'glcv-ts lu add lie nuK-h iK-ller tinder-1 slmuis "tin1 parly ami 11 lu' icmeinlicri who in I'.Ui) iivlrotlucod rt u'sulution iu llu1 lloiKr nf Coiumcms in f.ivnr of the reduction of Ihe duly on agn'ciillunil was when hi' in opiHijition. His hn iVVif.'wt u i.r .-r. u ANNOUNCEMENT I Hi up. THE Canadian Home Investment Co. LIMITED Old Hri3 Flcsr. VANCOUVER, B, C, Thirty In Cjr.ldl J. B. WILKIE t CO HUH. BLOCK LCTHDRIOaC Hint this is. Ihv sain.- Mr. MtujhiMi.-wciiiwr in nF .'I-11..1 ohla'u till l iu tb.t t-rciiiX'FT iHouM 10 obum W'.tfr u'lfss for Mi lirit cSiralr.aliin waste ccndlucn In the hands a bjyer, this produce of a Mr.d and srdde tbit tbo teall) OUR CITIZEN SOLDIERS We are lots of cionoy by pro- daclus yoods in a are bought en a grubX ifce taking a ctance of selling apalti therefore he- buys al a price lhat Ol'R SOI.D1EHS in camp at Calgary, where l.tth- brid.m1 was icpivsenled. b.ivc much reason for self-congratu- lation on the tiiluyy which their general elHckncy calk'il from Su- Ian Hamilton who insuecled them. Soldier-like he expressed if in a few words. "Ail that I hnve got to say is (hill I am vc-rv proud of the boys." Coming from a man with the experience OUR POINT OF VIEW And Mr. borcleu p.tssi'd our own brilliant R. II. by. PrcsiiU'iil says "bunk-, must be iiislriinifnls mil masters of business." Wonder whetluM1 they aic to bl.iinc for lighl money, or is the condition just ;iu instrument. bcre in Canada just now than in Brilaiu for Dreadnoughts? Tell the truth, now. uad knowledge of mailers military this is no empty praise. General Hamilton is no feather-bed soldier, but has seen r- i- ii.immuM There ouqhln I lo be anv trouble, to man a Canadian navv, miHI'jrv life in its sterner aspects, IIJIUMQ iiiem Hsaicijiri if the Canadian girts did as the Aitstialian lassos did llie olher hc mav see fit to make will be valuable in making the members i i r n -i i in. M.C .u menu, "i i embrace and kiss the sailors before Ihrv sailed aw.iv. of our militia fitter Giul abler to be-of efficient service shoukl __________ they happen to he called al any time to take part in defence of j of e ,il( co'untry arid Kmpire. Camp life is the finest training towards attaining that man-' boor! which creates and preserves a virile race. In addition to the building up of health and sinew, the temporary discipline is an important asset in building up national character. The fact of the absence of illness in the Calgary camp has been comment- ed on, arid Ibis-has been put down to the excellent hygienic regu- lations which have been observed. Here an important lesson has been tougbt and it will work beneficial results. The duly of all men is lo learn to be able to bear arms in defence of Uieir counlry should llie occasion arise. In the im- portance which present given to this training in Canada we are following, without laying ourselves open (o any accusation of aggressive militarism, the ideals which make for the best citizenship. haw lo istudv the question nil sides, but could get BKYO citlims 10 icto these thlnji solutions are iiMinlly much more simple lhan the; first epvear. Ihouch e to moie tl.oio uho net moved, or the Inert. We sball have lo fifcure coor'.r- production o! ghen sra-ies In shipping quRQtltEes, or a Elven qual- ity, placing our goods al ihe iexst loss Sn iiuality nr.d ej- in This Is more im- portant in Alberta than moil Therefore we .velcome the wise mova made by ihe Dcmlr.lon government lr sending a wool txpert amongst us to open the subject. This Is progres- sive and along the right lines. The AnoclatEon of Stiti- nesota has awakened to fact that When you thirst for a Long Prink ASK FOR A WOLFE'S will money he freer? Jim Hill says-good crops bring itbc man can boost easy money, so our prediction is lliat September will see crn Albcrla people's pockets bulging morn com 01 (lie realm. Wm5e1( We can an m-ganlze. and The Herald in another column publishes (he results of the midsummer examinations in llie schools, and to many people in Hie city there will be nu more inlere.siiug news in the paper. It is this crsanizallDD, at Brit hand, that xill go a long to removing present disabilities that threaten and Ginger Beer and you hove the world's bcil combina- tion refresher and lieallli ionic, Inning jj you up to a (pitch of surprising fitness. -Ml jj Wolfo'i Schnapps is a clanging Ionic for llie lilalotginsol ihe body, iutiraulilci Acra (o hcahhy activity by iKcm from ihe cloggiris influence ij of waile nulltri. Bui ice thai il ii Schnapps, wliich u ai diStrcnl as iSall Irom ctitae from ivhtt you Inoif as Holljndi." Wolfe's Schnapps a the purest, most mosl iavigoraling the ijoiscss Every glassful ii a draugSt of rer.tM'cd hcaUh ana Oliaimtlc al all Hotels and Retail Stores. AGENTS: Hudson s Bay Lo. n'ore or less trouble for si! of us. A llllle help ar.d a lltlle organlrullon work ivould. In opinlcn, place the Albtcta busings m anch that tt would- r.ovor looX IJBC'A.' a wouIJ gro-fr ly and bounds. THE ENTENTE CORDIALS Oeo. Pt-ikins, organizer of the International Harvesler; Tniil, says llelvin Jones was knighted on account of organizing lhes Massey Harris Co. in Canada. If that is the case western farmers will guarantee him a Dukedom if be reduces the price1 of agricnllui'al implements. THE VISITS exchanged between rulers of nations are not in the present day fraught with much diplomatic significance beyond thai of giving expression to the senlimenls of peace. This is denoted by the words uscti by the French President on his recent visit to England. "Today the friendship between the two! nations becomes strengthened and re-affirmed. Co-operation continues between ibein which does not exclude the co-operation of any other Power, but which tends, on the. contrary, to the maintenance of European peace, and establishes between Great Britain and France confidence and common goodwill." These remarks are not mere platitudes, but they denole the', sincere policy which today, In spile of the program of increased Manitoba produces the Tory cnhincl-material which appeals most to Mr. Rortlen. Il now lias thiee ministers. Saskatche- wan hasn't any. Alberta lias one, and In- hasn't a portfolio. Xova Scotia only lias one, and so have New Hnniswick and Brilish Columbia. Hals off lo Tory Manitoba. Probably the entire Tory contingent from that province will all be recognized vel. BETWIXT AND BETWEEN or there armamenls, is the strongest safeguard for the preservation of ogl.3ts in the cliy yes- peace. Engkuii und France have fought many a bloody battle, and for the Kline Suows, and Ihe other lor Uie old ravorites, the the lust lime in which their armies met was not face lo face, but! Sciis-ncio aggregation. Before they fide by side in the Crimea. Sines then Ihe friendship between put wise to each OUUT'E Ihe two great nations has gradually wanned, and today flic en-ieice, each -rat claimir.j to to the tcnte cordiule is a bulwark in preventing (hat European birattnng Fi.edes of the flagration which some fancy they foresee. The porls of "1ady 'ir033 aB6nl-" on llie English Channel would become Ihe greatest inclines! lo Gnat Britain were they in Ihe hands of an enemy, or in to offset the oM gag- of an unfriendly nation. The safely of France from nnv possible. The lady picas agent slum Is alllitie sober side wo-ild see the smile. 1 Old Tuji. P. is. ROO.I dope lor crops, ell, tho big shoe's all over ri'it the Jt was a fine exhibition but was on a couiile of things, Tlitre was tco much rain, and loo njal! il was great dope for the directors though to Ihe fitoj-lc out there )Cf- tfrdaj'. O.i Thursday afternoon '.on't'A as If his hest hail caught him slacking the cards Yesterday he acf'jily Finilcd. T> .1. smil'.rl one Eide. anr] piiil- cii a EOhtr countenance with the other. afralii to turn quick for fear German invasion lies greatly in llie friendship which esists tween il and Great lirilaiu. So both nalious have much to gain mo'r'e'space'in a newspaper in mutual goodwill. the smoothest tonguid, The co-opcratiou of England and France in the methods Phenomenon in the graceful art i ,11 f ,i e of working free advertising, even peace is best denoted by the altitude of the two countries for hiB .inams. And bringing about arrangi-menls for arbitration with Ihe United ahe it 20 naturally that ih', biah- Slale.s. Thev have both used their etForts lo further mm-slriclcd ilul hc is a i i- i .i 1 t i favur tjv rutininz Llie bunk on a arbilraUon Ireahcs licUcwi Ihemsclves iintl tlic Amencnn n-pub-1 !lals off to the lie, England in tlic person of licr Foreign Scercliiry, Sir lidwanl' agent. TVn-y have lh-2 stiffs to gel Grey, and France in ihe jierson of when "ami.ed into a dlr.jsi corner, fur ti.cj Prime Minister rmiC Minister. 1 hose who look forward lo the days vslien universal o! tt.e fob tion will become an accomplished fad have much in the present ln an to sustain them in this estimable desire. Mr's thei' atld lo .the gooJ hy merely HWir.g the jrotesh, ;md measure of win- the s'.'althy tmllc on U. J.'t Tlio genial A. K. throueh the mud on the track in the rnignt have put on a Not Enowahoea, he decided to tall oft. of rn'id st'int, arid pivon tlio a ch.ince to annex tome of the coin they Tmk" on V.'e-'noadr.y. Manager Jack hasn t -Upl for lour the In- ['atterinE of the monotonous on the [ane hfltl no soothinR on his jangled nerves. As for IlcrliMt A. Kline, he nearly had a lit all week, Int Fays Kline at any tlmo ;s made spec' ially to order for the IN OUT >E FEAI'i that (lie Medicine; Ifal Times has loo grenl a failli in Mr. Arthur Meighen's progressive political W in Mr. Arthur Meighen's progressive political priucipHw, (B? E. N. Barker, of C '.hough we nre glad lo nole (hilt the worthy Medicine Hat Con-i to 'nost ,of lUt Uio U. S. smtrnmenl flarlcd servative daily wanls men with progressive ideas and in lotichia ortue oi ob- jvith western needs in the government af Ottawa. 'ject of this fa to bring the projurer Mr. Memhcji is an able young man, capable of qivini! tlieiand or. inanufacmn-r into aii r I closer touch. The principle op- country good service, but he is a lory and a follower of lo ,n our prodacc, ona tho work- FEDERAL OFFICE OF MARKETS Ing out of cn-opftratlon for tha'hnnd of tht Jrirtn dlflcr mOFtly in detflU, each having HR culiarltlrs in minor The U. (o ptudy all market condl tlona for the hencfjt of ils people At present are fsco lf> fnce 'with waste galorCj arA ly ftcstt Demand for This Car Has Doubled Our Output EVER since we announced the of the Studebake'r "35" have been .flooded with orders. v e shall be able to build more lhan-twice as many Sludcbaker cars in 3913 as in 1912, (here be.many late buyers whom we shall have to disappoint. Al ?1500, tlic 'SUidcbiiker "35" is llie world's greatest automobile bargain. Electrically slarlcd and lighted, ils long- stroke motor developing full Ihirly-nvc horse power, Ihe {'.imiulinn-lmilt Sludehaker is mechanically complete. Us long Kn.Li-ful sb In finish, upholsloiy and al. lily it is charac- teristically n Sludcbiikcr. Uon'l nllow delay lo lose your chance, of owning one of these cars. Studcbnker "35" Complete four cyllndan, Inoh bore X 5-lnch stroke x 116 Inch whsslb EQUIPMENT Hcclrtc Blartcr lllcctrlc ilqhlB KlrcLrlc horn SJ x. I tires Detachable mount able rims Kttra rim Tire hoWcTs, Slewart ft Cliirk 8pcedomr-tcr Tli.-eo quarter elliptic u'rlngs Full floating real axle Bilk mohair lop Studobakcr Jiffy curtains upholsltry Deep cushions sliIcH. rain typo U'Iffft 100) Full set of inoli lloho ritSI anfl fool rest The Studebaker Corporation of Canada, Limited WALKEHVILLE, ONTARIO WKSTHKX AUTO CO., Lctlibridgc. SOLD BY TANNKK J ALFl.HD J'KLTKIJ, I'iiiclicr Crock h ;