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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I Ase 4" TUT: DAILY UF.u.u.n Monday, J urn-30. 1013 LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISH F.O DECENBtR 1W Published bv tne- Lethbridac Printing Co., Utrf liw- lul evem.-j at Us office. Sivth Street, Lethtridje, AiberU, PHONE: 2'_> 4 T. QUAVLE Mjni3'ij Ed Ur JOHN TQRRA.NCE 123 '2 DAILY SUBSCNIPTIOX RATES ;tjr 1 >eir. b> mill WOO 0 KOclbs of in hat t -oilutiug machinery for llw Uvil market. Tin- uirsi'. U lUiinjl on ;i Uw liiu- ami it co.iliiuio lo .mil vs. Himi-M-r. :uo nu-ivly 1111 llw in the io.il Miiall coiuvui-. Mitli lo vu' "U1IV "P ani1 Jonn Jameson is nogotiiiting for mi air- Ihiiuylil llial John Dull luul hail I'luingli 'njiiT strikes however IIIIM- woiked success- Ins rrnsou for choosing llu1 Tinjvr tlu- lluvc Ol ilicj U'tl. ('f I'lk' Innslios ni.uU- Mr. lnoU-.l In :is as' This inny b any llu1 l.irser auJ more in.iiuirncliut'rs olVer for UVt'r a" coiueis. s.ile. 'they .uliuiicil mill eoinnu'iuU'il by Iliov wlu> iiKpecl-i 1 tin-in. i Thp iilr.i nf ImUling ;i grain mid vegetable show in tin- full It i> HUM- Mini we sliouUl their funnel. nwuy in the sliiiik', ne.ss :nnl U> in m.ikinjj Uetlibriilsii- an iiuluMri.il eeutiv. CiO week. lUil wlu-n it comes to fancy wlic.il Sinitlierii lo Rulern Ciuiiiiln mill >yiiu- oi She m.iiiul.uluiius pl.u-es j AlheiU i-li.illensjes the whole world. Why nol let the challengers! ami yon ill liiul thai I'.uinv of the lartii- inilustri, s of toil.iy. sl.irt- i td .1 >e.irs tiyo or tin- smallest scaK1. They by serung a few anil .ire now eaterins to- the neeils of a eonnlry. l-ethbriikc e.in help these men olony by Iheir pro-: iluels. and in .1 few ye.-rs they may he able to exp.uid their bu5i- ami meet the requirements of .1 larger lenitory. Iheir lling when the wheat is ripe know our ohler industries, the Iron Works, tho Hrick i really worth. Works, the Hn wtry. the factories, the Sash and. Diior fac- tory .mil tin- rionr Mills. T'.fy liavo done well and will do heller, and our altitude towards those new and old indiisiiU's Minimi lie e.xpivsx-d in slogan "I'.ilratiizi' Made-in-Lclbbviilyo guoils." Uns iinyone with a iimlhcinaticoj Inin of mind figured onl liow nineli rain fell on llic- fjir grounds las! week? Sonic of our -seienlilie fanners inij-hl do it for the benefit of the directors of the show. Then Ihey could llgure out much eneh ton was T DOMINION DAY I'KSDAY. Jl'LY THE K1HST. is a day on one coiiiinini jculinieut, Iho pi file of Ihe people of ('an-j ittln "ill the anniversary of tin- Dominion. Throughout th.it mighty exp.uise of lemlory, comprising one- third of the gnat British Empire, there will be soiimlcit in (he fcslivilit'S held in honor of the occasion paean, the voice of a nation joining in unison, and proclaiming with a of tliank- the glorious heritage which through the wisdom of the of Confei.'enition it has hebn its fortune to possess. Forty-six years in ('it of time is as a drop in the ocean, and in spite of the with which progress has travelled in In losing Engmcw Dlimchnrd Lclhbridge loses one of its In-s! sciviuils. Mr. worked bard and faithfully in Ihe inlciests of Lethbridge. His work lias boon and will livi' nfler liiiu. The Herald wisb'.'s him the best of luck in whatever Held he may now ciisl his lot, and prediclb that the next engaging him will find his work up lo the best standard. During Ihe naval controversy al Ottawa the Tory press Iliroui'luiiit Ilie country persistently quoted the views of Die Mom- real Herald in of the contribution policy because llicy claimed it was a Liberal newspaper. It is true Ihe Herald nscil lo be u Liberal paper, bill a ycur ago some Montieal Tories ac- ijuired control of n majority of its slock nnd it has been leaning strongly Tory-ward since, so much so that the chief editorial writer, who was a Icnnl Liberal, gave up bis job. The Ili-riild is really a Tory paper now and lhat is the reason the Liberals are establishing a new orjian in Montreal. Hereafter pay no iitten- Whiskey When you DO drink Why not drink the BEST RF.COGNIZ1XG GOOD MEN the killer half of Ihe niiuloonth century we may well gaze with, refcmKCS ,he Monlreal as "thai well known wonderment on Ihe bghlmng development which since )ifc advocate of Liberal principles." taken place in Canada. What was then accustomed 'o be regarded as the Cneat Lone I Laud has evolved into a country dolled from ocean to ocean PROMOTIONS just made by the C. P. R. show that faith-! uith cities, towns and thriving 1 fnl service is recognized by the big corporations. IX. G. Me- j The conveniences of civilizolion such as railways, elec- Neillie. who is given a more responsible position at Winnipeg, is ,ric have established themselves in regions one of the best men the railroad has had in its passenger depart- decndos ago were something in Ihe nntiire of a terra men! in this province. a loyal servant of the company, he I never failed to treat the public squarely and honestly, and the. C. P. R. made friends for itself during his tenure of oflicc in i What Others Think Alberta. Then the for the highest telegraph department of Ihe railroad has selected ,0 colURin cjgbieen .1 office in Western Canada. Jnlm UcMilIan, .inc! CIlough tu When we consider the. enormous of the country through which these have penetrated, the advsn.-eme-nt made becomes! unutgulllb the more astonishing. Almost as large as Europe, capacious and'moEt perilous policj. nhkh 10 UB PerilouE and Iriiano Eng, Star) do not -shelher (here :h vitality left in Ihe Liberal Churchill's latest such as. France or Ger-i seems to bs the very negation nt abborb thirty times'the are.n of thejc Ai rate, It it yields su- Speaking of the Tango The Uogo. H sefrtaa to us. furnishes al least fOJT or flvo of thp reasons why blufthlnB is hecomlog a loft art. "Not Bean Nowhere' A cftrUlo haunted house down fn Georgia isas held In terror by all the negroet !n the vicinity exccpl 9am. that for ?2 he would fteop there all nlgbt. A raised and Sam TTRS totd to carry out Ms end of bargain and to call la the morning for his money. When morning came no trace could be found of Sam; the house contained nolhtag service will be- less frequent under his administration. A NEEDLESS EXPENSE THE XANTON NEWS published an ilnn lo the that the services of Robertson, sub lands agent at Nan- ton, had beeu dispensed with, the High River Times look it lo for all men lo come and make use of them. This is Ihe outcome j insanity, sir.wiurid laiiricr Is i of that far-seeing and wise policy which, starling with the con-; o'f" the federation of four has now merged into it nine, which! people." have become practically household words among ;1 ,mlcl) lo hoasl Of. She can point of an lie Is in declar- oeiwu Jta uiuuuic uiiii us iiu Jiiuic iciiiua icl t in c ji uj the district the office wasn't required. The Times thought lilnn lllil( of Spam combine.. {he possession of arc a contribuiion th, government was wise in closing the office and the Times' view is larflcsl elevators m Ihe world mnrks the producl.veness of her ar n.oia of the Driu.h rioht if .here is no more work for the office to perform. How-1 in those esscnU.Is wind, are nec-e.s.sary for the sustenance of The O'BrTena (Montreal Herald) right n mere is no more work lor the oltice to pe: ____ ___ ever, the Times interpreted Mr. Robertson's dismissal human race. I The office is not to he closed. As long as il will satisfy a good' Distinctions of class, ciccd. nnd nationality have disappeared. Conservative with a little extra spend: open, no matter whether there is A successor has alreadv been appointed Times, which bas the ear of the powers lhat be at Otlawa, might: countries which go to make (lie Empire. tt6 chlof o[ the chn i.u agitate for the closing of these useless ofncK which are beingi But in the of wrml we have achieved il doesjcin, Williamo 'Brier inchhul, kept in existence to satisfy political friends who like to have Uic jllot nccolllc lls io Sivc io a whlch rm" hnng alb.oul.a EW. old ire public paying their salaries. In the same issue of the Times. jn! chastening. Let il rather actuate m lo go on from generation to aan WMlrlmK ao, another column and on another page altogether there is a seem ing explanation for Mr. Robertson's removal the Nanton i job, in the following paragraph: i j us along the road to where we have arrived, we shall attain to succeeded his father in that dignity and distinclion which are writ large for our Uomin-jtbe I ion in Ihe signs of the present day. jancep ra I Mr. Taylor, home-slead inspector for this district, paid High River an oflicial visit this week. He says that many complaints have been registered throughout Al- berta about certain federal office holders who displayed i-xfreme partisanship al the recent provincial elections and the question of their dismissal will be considered in Ihe very near future. Now we wonder if this was Ihe Mr. Taylor, the Dominion] gave mm CM! official, who was busying himself on behalf of Ihej Conservatives in the recent elections. arc inclined to think I he is one and Ihe same nian. Now if Dominion officeholders who! took part in the campaign on behalf of the Liberals arc to be vc-' moved why not those like Mr. Taylor, who put a hand in lo help! the Tories? If il is wrong for office holders lo take part in poli-l tics, Taylor deserves lo be punished along wilh the Liberals. hand hoy., are lo Calgary. lo "low lts own Lcllihriilge continues'; ciare, and Moor Park. Luldow. i The chief Ot the O'nnena ha, hee chosen to formally receive Ibe lo lhe ran-Celllc Congress i Belgium latter part of nau month bo a 1 union of those -.ngased in Celtic .us. lcs and research. Take in the spoils at the park on it doesn't rain., Oh, pleose, Mr. Pluvius, cut out Hie sob sliutl for a couple of[ days. Give us just one good char.ca lo ova the road. '111. derc. yelled a tander. "Where's you been dc laa o' dsyal" To which Sara curtly rtspo All's been comin1 ody's Majaiine. Spelling the Truth In tie little Scotch Highland villas grandmother lired as a smar ,rl, there a maOj "ah omettmea ol his hlighted mini brought worde of wisdom. He UEK ivary Sunday, to sit In solitary at ,tupid stale in Ihe gallery o[ the T age and listen to the old' preacher who droned tbroua :he same sennoa nearly Sun ttj of the year. One Sabbath, however, the horrible ettect of his words loo much lor the minister, irtio stopped short In and spoke feelingly lo tho congregation. dlnni helleve there's ony reon Bke anil leostenlne In the decs- urje eicepl Ihe etdlol In Ihe gal- For moment there was silence, then the vscanl-roinded one retired lo leaned over the rail and thouled: 'And If 1 hadna been nn ccillol I'd ha' been asleep public INDUSTRIAL POSSIBILITIES Tlncc hundred telephone girls took advantage of an edict TWO OH THREE ''Made in Lelhhridge" products loomed up! allowing "hello girls" lo marry recently. 'Ihey evidently had ot (lit Exhibition last week tli'ul of us knew anything! tnc other parlies to the contrnct "wmling" in the meantime. nbonf. They were the furniture, the machinery made by John j Nivcn, nnd (he brooms and brushes produced by Mr. Parsons, j Kline's bnd n horse wilh "Duililo" fur a handle. What To persons wilh vision lUe possibilities in the manufacture of'kind of wciillicr could you expect the Old Jinx himself on these iirlicles rouse Ihe hope that here may be the nucleus of She grounds? large factories in a few years. Everybody thai tliere is a, steady demand for furniture. Is it not possible that Ibis Lelh-j Snow m Wall, frosl in Duluth, in Chicago, and potty-efghi cents for the tare bridge genius, is today making a few pieces of furnitmo in I soused in Lcthbridge. Lethhridgc, Sunny Southern Alherla, isn't Plain a litlle shed on a back lane, may develop inlu a manufacturer on Mich a had place ;iftcr all Of course, il is lo be noted lhat rain R larger scale, employing many hands and finding a ready market was uhat we wire all soused in Western Canada? It is from the small factory tbnt many of the biggest have grown. John Niseu's exhibit of mnchim-ry made: Sir Inn Hamilton lold the Calgary Mernld that his parly was by himself, was a revelation. With capital and assurance of a i simply dying lo invest m Medicine fiat veal c-slale. Al the same Not a Big Haul antf I got up at fraJf p9Et two o'clock this morning and flehini; for bass." did jou calcbS" caught the 3.10 She Trimmed the PocketbooV, Too "U'h-hat's tills! Twenty-nine dollars for A walking hat! tt'il you lold me you meant io buy one o' tbosd "Yes, I dirt That's exactly what 1 market, huvc before us (he possibility that {.clhliridgc might some day, nol far di.shml, be mamifacluring power engines, Ihreslu'ng machines and binders. Stranger things have happen- ed. The Nivens have the mechanical genius and the linan- tial encpurugeniciil they might nslpund us by the progress they moment there were a lol of people almost dying to find the money lo pay for ieal eslalc in Ihe same cily. one place we do gel ahead of Ihr celebrate on the lirsl, and iliey have lo wail lilt the fourth. Of comae they Queaiions re the passengers rnlstlkes, an1) It was he, him window asked a. nor- Those "What out ol th vciis lady passenger on Ibo train as the conductor came thiouBh. tan over a tat ou the said tho condisclor. "Was the cil on lhc Iraqkf she r.ext nrked. "Oh, no, asauTCrl tho con- ductor. "Tho locomotive chaaca her up Iho alley." v THE LATE GEOROE WYNDHAM Georje Wyndhim dlto In Paris the otter day, at the age ol nlly. At the time o) the Boer Wat tl.e name ol Uyi.dham mote trequcatly lo In roporls ol parliamentary clc- halcs than Hie name ol other liritish statesman, with ciccplion, perhaps, of of Ha isbuty and Chamberlain. Later still it bcfaroe a jrctt name in the ad ministration ol Irish adilTs. for lie put jwrs It has scarcely heard. TiiO Hon. Qeorge ftyudham droppcil oil of sight, and though re talning his seat In the British House ol Commons, his voice was rate y ralttd in debate. absent, anrt thoujh H not said that .he dlsalftcled to own hit interest in arTalts ap pearcd to have depitlcd, and his death makes no gap erccnt In W family and circle ol mends. Ter years ago he was as prominent a Winston Churchill Is today, and It i to be doubted if even Churchill was more hrllliant man. No shidos- etc tested on his name. He made os The mfinbfi of a and pnwrrhl it to Ijyricti hiri upon a caterc, acid l.f Ib? ihen otft f'l the Tight .if a lest Parafll and ti'.c National Whether Mr. RaMout rrco.c'.ticd the fine quali- ties o! his >ounp la doubt- ful, ami prcbabh U was Umily in- (lucni'o intl-.er than tbf of hh oun (jiubues thai stcuttd him this 1'f.st. it i.ol loni; until it nas seen lhat Me BaUour had puled one of thp besr men (n lar.il for the wotV. At that titnp Mr. .iltour uas noi determined otter thit'hP has sirce become, lla as A fine a rt- nurceful dehatfr, Rod a eadcr. but grinding industry was ot his strong point. The VVjndham letters lit icqmriv! sonic one tn do oiso work for him, and Ujrn'lhatn ivcd to be (be tr.an. To .'f.i haii an A ir; he sagacity nl his chipf, na-i ati qua! comiction that he was in tho ight IB oppfping Parnelt. He SOOT lo Mr. ffeltour that he vzi not only ol hi> partiriilat as eeaetatj, ut that fio coutd fight all if Mr. lalfo-jr's Unities that cot to be settled on the floor of Parliament, le n-as Rreat press agent, and Boon t to be r.otcd tbat no news paper or sp-alrr rould an al- ack upon Uattour'that would not fcr insnercd tf.e following day In a er, b> (Jeorgc Wyndham The Setters were a? eloquent and lorccful aa any- bing Mr Oalfo'ir himself could pio- duce, and most people though I that ic was their author. At that Uuic people knew uhra he marif his ftrst speech in Pai- iamer.t and displayed there sonie- i thing of the brilliancy that bad char- I Iho letitrs. Sir Henry Camphell Uannerman rose and com- i phmenlcd him upon being able to prove that he was not Me "ilrs. j a figment of somt one's im- agiriation. Wj ndham's Opporlunilr He was m Parlm-ntnt sir and had made a mark as hnllUnt speaker Lord Saliibuty formpil hi1; Cabinet m IS'JS, ar.d supposed lhat Wyndharo wojltj have a post; if only a minor one, in l it, He was pabsed over, however, anl it J was ihen said that he had Incurred the hsotiUly ol -Joseph Chamberlain, J who vras the Warwick of. the. period. P. Wyndham took his disappointment ,j pliilosophicaHy, and continued to tn- huslastically support the Goverr.- ent- Later on he made Unr'tr- ecretary ol thp War, a'petition that eemed unimportant then, but nhich he Bouth African War was to mafco r.c of the most saltent In the Cabi- ft et. This was Wyr.dham's i! ,y, and cobly he TOEC to jt. cri- Ic speaks of "how he dilended the idctcnsiblc a skill, plausibil- Ly, eloquence, of mati- er thai made disasters tppenr ones and ineptitude JiiovidcntSat orcsight." Author of Land Purctnsc Acts When the Cabinet was reorganized jndt.am, instead of becoming "Sec- etary ol War as tern was made Secretary (or Ireland. In hat- position he drafted and carried hrough Parliament thp" EarnO'ii Land 'uichasc Acts. Soon afterwmrt, how- ver, some oi hl5 leaders began to waver on the Irish question, flnd to closed career hy a grea of BaUout's Secre-tary (Iforge was educated Eton and the KoyAl Military Colics at Sfthdhutal He entered tha Cold alrcam Guards, and In Lh RiiiMm campaign and In Cyprus. H wore, a and the Khedive's Sta T'hfn he returned home, and cntctc .oquet with, now the Xnllonalists, and now the Ulster Unionists, until he part) for the time being lost tho confidrnce of both. Some ot Wynd- ham's subordinates in Dublin Cestb entangled IhemssKes with the Home and finally VVjndham hatl lo choose between resigning himsell, and throwing overboard the officials who had compromised him. He chose- the chivalrous course of resigning, and this he did without a reproach. Ko at the age of forty he voluntar- ily ended a public career that at or.e- time was the most promising in Kng- liih politics, "Yff ITr, Pint" NORTHERN Overalls and Shirts MTMM MKI n., m. ;