Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETTIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD rOR THE SUtTRAGETTK EXILES Conservatives Will Print Series of Weekly Papers From Central Office to differed of Quebec anJ seal cut through locil rofi offices 35 if pi.rely newspapers, la this ivay tre CciiiervMLyo-NMlcrialist crgaciza- iiou to l'J: iii !be hands of lao neftspjper.-. NOkb. vhlla tcing sure to contain colhiris hut ac- cepted rouse.native-Nationalist doc- trine, mil that appeal to their reiJers which loril" papers arc al-' la make. Uy a ca-jipaien PremUr Bor- Jfn'and'his (ricuJs hope lo continue to find with Quebec citizens tti.o -ire of Nationalist and thus to make tte Conservative alliince the Nationalists of fur- ther service to the soicrmraeat In holajig porer. Ottawa.'May na sttexjt lo tcr O'.'rtec feeling in faior cf lie SENTENCE SERMONS Grtat souls have wills, feeble ones oply Fravprb. Everr day is a fresh Every moru is the world made new J mOru IS luv "Uiiu liJtue L Jiordeu government, and especially to go Ql M and-old' ciuse lie Nationalist electors to ls.lnS 1 of the premier's naval or trouble forecasted or pain THE NEW TOWN ON THE SUFFIELD BRANCH OF THE C. P. R. JletUjw. 'own is ona month old lumber the Crown Co. and the Sllddle West Lumber Co; two hard- ware stores, the Deveiaus Hardware Co and the Brown fc Mitchell Co. ot Suftield: oue restaurant, or.e Sillliril hall one barber shop, one general store, one biacliEmith shop, one livery barn. Tliafa SOinE ;ome- We are 'B need ot a drug store, a doctor, a feed store, a butcher stop, a hotel, a a watch maker. Our I07.n will be a junction as there will be n Hue from here to Calgary. There Immense Audience Heard Sur- vivor of Scott Expedition in Royal Albert Hall ConstTiauves are about to embark Uj-oii a peculiar publicity campaign in Quebec. Having driven the naval bill through the Couimcns by rag nil? and other uncoastUutiOEa! methods. the nunlsuriilista hope to as-a'y Que- bec by a publicity scheme, which, if vressct plans Ere carried out, will be R campaign 4argely ffiar'sed b) faise pretenses, it la reported that a ceitrat orean- Ization oSke is to be opened la -Mont- Teil. under the direction of tiat cffite there vtiil be issued a tnonthl> "Conservative puhlication, which oiscuss political Questions, the (lualion anong them, ot cp-jrse, from the Conseriathe-NaLionaHst point of That will be one feature of the publicity campaign, lut It is another feature which Is more interesting and furnishes the evidence cl "false pre- tences. Under the ministerial plan- a num- ber cf TveeM} newspapers are to he in Montreal, which vtill show these who read them that the Borden naTai hill does not run toacter to Nationalist principles, tbr.t, Hon. 5V PellctierV newspaper' organ ha- -Rlrcady e' bill is for :'mctai pftect oniy, and that. the Lib- -nral policy, the premier's contribution heart with the ray and begin The youth who surrenders nlraselt to a crest ifieil himself become-, great. "Live and let is a good maxim, "live and help live" Is a better- London, May 22 Bc-Iorc an im- mense and distinguished audiincc in thc Koyal Albert Hall last ni'M, A .jpedilioa. which cost the lives of Captain Scott anil his [companions. Com'mander Evans was be n line from oere 10 :thc nail last n is one new lo Suffield. and will be one cjommandcr Evans (icliiered bis lo one to Tabsr. one to: iKttiK ra Ihe HrilisI Bow City and Brooks, so it's bour.d lo So'ujh cspcditioa. which cosl be Ihe best town between the twOjthe Hvfs ot Captain Scott anil hi! Bow Commander Evans wa ".AH'crop seeding in this district in chargeiol (ihe flbistied and Ihe crops never looked Ijadj. Scott'andvthe widows of oth- fjner at this time of the year. There'er explorers who perished were is plenty of moisture and the cool, cn( ].ord Curzon, of Keddlestonc, cloudy weather has made the presided and tl.csp who list take deep root, anci we are now'sure i t-ned to Cotuma'nder 'Uvaus' thriHin; of a bumper crop of Xo. 1 grain. ivinnc l funs nl Hat Our Business men are assured hy narrative were rrince Louis ol Bat- thc Dufee ol Somerset, Lord Anon. God eslimales -JS not bj tbe posi- tion we are in, nut the way in which fill Edwards. One oy one thy duties wait Lei Ihy strength go to'eac'n, Let no fniure dreams elate Learn thou 6m what can teach. A. Proclor. When I Tvaat to sreail'lel me first: Is it IE it kind? Is it necessary? If not. lei it be left ur.- D. Babcock. Our business men uj [leaoutg, mi: UVBC ui i-juimui.., the C. P. r.. that the cars nil! in munlavea, Ijieiit.-Gfn.. Sir Robert netlaiv 'omp tlmo !ii September, in i Banen-Vov.-cIl, Admiral the Hon. Sir lime to move this Edmund 1'remanfle, Sir Archibald lere is no more guesswork i Hunter, Sir KredericV I.ugard, Sir planted by pur farmers .this sprint and lot's ofineji- done. With a good right here at home our people do not feel there is my money in idle land. All our lumber and goods are Leiug "He has written a new play." "Yes. The heroine Is a married w "Oil, 1 know. And falls in love with n ecnetne will, net "cause Quebec's Eont I anolher man." "diEembmujlic'd by foreign shells "No. "That's the original part ol it fighting Kr, gland's' batjles. The play maniage to oe a sac 'printed ift Montreal, howeirer, these! red relation that some people tak vicekly papers will not hear the seriously and get a goad ilsal of hap date" line. They are to lie pincrs out of Detroit Free Press of tim rop. So th about that- j i There are lols of forest trees being Geographical society, Admiral Clements Markham. of tlie Iloyal Edv.ard Seymour, Sir Edgar Hoyer and Felir" With oa platform we're fallowing incmhers oi tlie Scott expedition: Lieul. Camptcll, Lieut. Hruce, Surgeon At- AJI our mmoer auu ut.u0 hauled from-Taber, 22 miles south of kmson Messrs, make JUars u- It's our nearest railway station Hunting, .cW jOarratd -Priestlj ror It's our nearest railway station al present and there are lots of teams al Ihis -work, and work for more. Lots in o'Jr new town are selling fast. C. W. Hustings, of Barney, is our townsite agent P.''R. of'Eeilaw'lots. There is- not so much sown Ihis year as lasi, but more barley ar.d oals. and a good acreage of forage. such as alfalfa, timothy, west- ern rye grass" and brume grass, spring rye, etc. 'We hear lots about mixed farming both In the pap- ers, hy our sove jian'and Slatheri wa- only semi-public, those prcsjnt coc sisting of members of the Ilojal Geo- graphical Society.and their friends but there was nol a' vacant, seat 'ii iV.e great hall. Gomfiianfler, Evans was tol_d njodeslly, the speak er h'eing-coatcnt lor the most par to describe the splendid photographs til the eipcditioo that were thrown on a huge screen. The coraraacdcr'ietold the story ol the Terra Nova's-southward voyage SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS We have them in .Goods that are solid and will give you satisfaction, Sizes Is to 5, at from per vi' pair up. Youths' Solid Leather Bluchers, sizes 11 to 13 1-2, nothing equal for schoolwear, at up The Famous Playmate Shoe, sizes 4s to 1 and-girls with spring heel in Tan Calf, Black Calf, Patent and Buckskin. "The Foot Shape Shoes" wear guaranteed. YTTE HAVE the greatest assort- ment for boys and girls ages. These are in all styles of Classic and Startright, Ahrens and Boy Scout in fact everywhere. But it Is on'.n- ion, and who r.ss heard it, say tlial as It lakes lols of rsoney "r ...J, incidentally mentioning that Scott pjrpared lo make Cape and railroads. Crosier his base had a suitable land- ing place been discovered. As no good landing was found tec ship was taken See. our1 WHITE BUCK BUTTON BQOT- For Girls Repairs of all kinds done prohiptly W.J. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING i to McMurilo Sound and ajiltlc cape long lime lo start a good mned ScoU aamti Cape Evans, was farm, ond most of our tetllers came as an spot for winter- here poor men. Why not spend some. JnE was so hot whpn of the nioncy being for special tiiej. j-lrst lnat the ice melter! trains, eipert lecturers and instruct-1 (o lvash (n fresh ors for yonns heifers and brood I Oar government distribute these among the farmers, and start them r-ll at once. This w-culd Become a loan on o.ir land, and the govern- ment wouM be sure of their pay. and we farmers would get started at a. rate of Interest. We cou'd sooa be In a position to pa> cash in ed- I vance for have to buy, even our weekly paper. We would (profiler and make belter canomers and citizens: the meat problem would he solved, hiph priced ]h ins come down. Now Is tlie time to make Ibis move by remcxlng the duty at j the ho'indary line, is ihis not a good Let us hear whal jour readers I Link of It. cf grot men remind us nf It ccrned. Capl. Scotl spoVe most higl pretty often. MRS. (General) FLORA Who after Mn. l> ths of agitator if wsmen's voiM In the snapihot it at looking welt and happy, but II vm Ukenon wy.to her last which has on hunaer and is Mid to be III that her trial cannot 30 on for monthi. Mrj It 4-prcmlnen! Enjlrtli family. water. They even r-re-w-' their drink- ing wafer from a icascadc. Ice caves were built in which fo store Iresh million aud to conduct magnclij sctvalions. i A Thrilling Adventure In describing the work u! depot laying, which was thc first operation iler the hase .station had been es- ablishcd, Commander Evans eclated he story of an exciting adventure -.Men le'fell Scotl, Messrs. Wilson anil t'hrrrj on their homeward jour- ney v-ith thc flogs "Srotl and he said, "had the misfortune lo run the snow bridge over a crevasse. Tnc bridge Save way and all the dogs but Os- nian, Ihe Icarler, and Ihe two rear animals disappeared down a yawning charm ttith Ihe greatest diiricully Ihe (ings ime rescued, fteolt and Hears were lowered by Wilson and Cherrj into the crevasse They found the twisting around, suspended hy Ihpir harncsi, fighting, howling and snapping. One by one the) were ir (races and hauled tip each animal _ ___ .ay down and ?lcpt. II was an anxious period for all con- her I.usoand and his lour sptcialty selected tent mates when they knew- that'Queen Alexandra's. Jittle silk unioa uck hail hern anticipated by tl.e flag ol another nation. Srott Find his comrades had dor.c their best, anil never from one of tbgnl came an un- charitable remark." Commander Evans, for reasons which everybody present could appre- ciate, touched but lightly on the fin- 1 tragedy. An account of tiif adventures of Campbell's parU lornifd Ihe oncl'iding portion of Commander ovans' speech. The commander i ircmendolisly applauded throtiglioul his lecture. MANY ENTRIES FOR THE SPORTS WHICH WILL BE STRICTLY AMATEUR MAY FACE SERIOUS CHARGE Calgary, May Yidstlc today fined I'JO.OO anrj coils for en ticlng Annie Smith, a seienlccr.-ycar old girl away from the Children's Aid Society. Tho Bill was taken from Vldette'g Company, and placed under the care of the Children's Aid. He succeeded In getting her lo run The police now threaten lo charge him wilh procuring the girl for im- moral purpose! The Deep Thinker H Work When lovel) woman stoops to ron auer, she should be something ICES than fat. "Pudgy" Is a word lhat little sir' begin him and dragged Iiim In a sledge 75 miles lo liul 1'oint. Returning once more to Hie doing ol ihc southetn party, (.'onit.iandcr Kvans saiJ the observations hy and S'colt at ll.o pole tlif- Iercj5 only hy one scale divis'dn on Hi: thco'loiitr, whiih vas to half R mirjitc 01 an arc. "I.ody hp. siiil, "femarkpil on Ihc inagniriccal spirit shown by The Ladies' Aid society is giting a social In Ihe'Prosbjterian Church on Friday evening. The following pro Svammo will Ije given: Mixed tiuart etle: male quartette; reading. Mis Jenkins; vocal solo, .Toraraj Allen solo, -Mrs. A. Toombs; solo, 51r Harbul. Haymonil will have on the 21th th biggest athletic contest ever held i Southern Alberta. All registered Mi tual amateurs are eligible. There wl be no rash prizes, only ribbons, t flrsl, second nnd third placo winner There are siity-flve enlrlts, anil th sporls begin at 1 o'clock. Let bridge post office and Raymond wl jjlay football. Miss Sleunson enlerlalr.cd at In parents' hcnno on Tuesday evcnln A friends gathered around Ih l.oard anil partook of a very delicious- ly prepared pupper. The bachelors cnl'ettained In thc Opera House on Monday nlglil. (iwsts from JIagrath. StirHcg and New Bav- in -were present The juniors hanqiictted the seniors n Saturday 'night al the Academy. he> held the lloor until the ghosts egau to atalk around. Miss Myrllit Sheets, Instructor la omeslic science and art at the Ac- ademy, left this morning IVr her ome In Ulnh. It IE rumored that sho 3 going to cook for only one. Her many friends her a safe Journey ome, and a prosperous one. through lie. Mrs. Mae Kulracr has returned from Caber, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. K. liu'lock. CITY AXD DISTRICT Jack Reynolds Coming J. F. HeynolOa, of Clarcsholm, nHI arrive this cvcnlnsr with four hordes, ivhfch will be culled In the harness events al Hie Turf Club'a meei on the afternoon ot Mar 24. To Move Hli Hard D. T, Whitney, the How Ipbnd rancher, In Hie cily >eslerdny. He has jjurciiased thc I'enlantj in Hie Uad Water Lake OUtrlct, will move his entire licrse herd lo Hie new range. 1 Alfred one neck in the cm- jiloj' of iht; Parnla Ih-iclgR Co., was kHlwl when a Lrldgc over. "ARE YE Then say "The Florentine" Ic.e, CrcHtu Parlor is thc I'rirtcOf Cify. And thc new iTiaiingcuicnt is giving tiic inibliu cxccllnnl Quality Counts and we luivo us for FKUITS, CANDIES, 1CK UHKAM, CONFHCTIOXKKY ANDREWS CARLILE, Props.