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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rusre Till? Lli'THBKIDOHi JJAILY LETHBRffiGE DAILY .HERALD BLUSHED Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co.. J..td.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth street. Lethbnctge. Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, ncportori.-l. and News PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Dcpis. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered........54.00 1 year, by 5 rconths. by iza 3 inonl'cj, risi 6 months, delivered 3 months, delivered 1 month, delivered. ...52.00 ......35c Addresses changed is often as but both dresses must be sivoa. WEEKLY HERALD old ail- Published every Wednesday in eight or more and coiitalas 3. summary of the news of the week, local aad district. year in advance. 6 conllis, ;u -.xirance ....75-; I 3 mootlis, in advance....50o _ THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALS AT Crar.brook, B. C. Seattle Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra Hotel. Peoples Store Co.. Iv. TV'. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie. B. Seal O. L. Reir.ecke. Grassy Lake Dr. Diamond City Diamond City "Medicine Kat Vancouver, 3. C. World 'Wide, News Co. Sroivu 219 -Si. Also on all C. F. R. Trains- i i i'lhoy do Miink I hid Mr. Carnegie might i ing liiat there inusi be somowliore a jiiN rtmiVMi bolter judgMieni of the ini- jl'ro-aimoxaiion sentiment against ponatice of the v.-ity. (which -these onergotU1 at- President Dim: has really and pis down for His faults may -have IK-CM, larro is uo he did u j-.roiu deal for I', .probably, does uot worry them very much to- be tolil, in Gleaner usos. :lioy -it'o leading. our Aineiican friends to ami will bt- rerwm'nered as 'one of its believe that in Canada are givuiest mec and rulers. Mis one great "Iy considering People It seems io be common of! who v.vivp '-firebrands for the part- iioi knowing; when OLIC'S iist-iiilnoss is pleasure it do noi mind' it ilicy se: I ended. The of tl'.o from t.iie arp dividod'ou tlie cording io a report who iris -L-r Ponlaud C'ropouian. Bonnn-, i-.e iigainsu C'iKinilvrkiia SIVM port H. -lonss.. of wiii vote for, as may al- he is imceriain. Potii Hora.ii and Hoybiirn. of are vo ti'.e pact.- Dixon. of will ;iifd Meyers nicusure. 'firp ro .something. Mm it 'is a mis- U-fiievipus work they are- doing all [be. States ar.d it. is well they should bi: States- ,'oM so. If the .Montreal Star is con- ill.-. ;to-i'en- that its utterances should be ihe Inspiration--of annexation ist in Congress at" and good, but Canadians wi-h a becoming sense or the country's digm'ty might wish It were-otherwise. a Jol J j> ke" Few Real Snaps Lots iii Blocks 5 and 15, Alexander Addition; each, 1-3 cash, liulancc aiTunired. DO x corner Dufferm and faring east, splendid building site. lYires and terms on application. :K) aci'cs iiTigaied tract of land, four miles from centre of town. 12 acres under cultivation, nearly al! fenced and all ditches ready for irrio-atiiiii1. water rigin. A snap at per acre. -3800 cash handles, balance U years, 6 per cent, interest. This offer for short time only. 50 x Block 146. store building, frame house and (.'heap at Reasonable terms. new girl Thirty- Buys for This rViOtiictr.o iat 1: has berta Gn.-; s St have'- iioen "fh? Thoy're all right.' the Al- nibbed bricks" Circlin the Globe G' Represents the .Vanton cannot. !ruu ad C, A. Masratii. M. P. lie is no: Cr.ucus Only i ;he candor of the same g hid consrituents. prominent as a social in the'city to engage a other clay. She an agency, which a [specially of finding places for eoumry and was much pleaded Swith one from the country. you leave your hisi a s k e d th e m a n. j i "1 didn't have no las: place." an- i scored (he .girl. "because I ain't b-.id no last place to leave, an' I'm stii! working at if. 'being for myself, that lie been work in', anr! Mr. sure I'm a good servant, an' 1 can recommend .self to you. ma'am.'' cLeod Co. Phone 1212 1IRDLIXG THE vaLOEE-with'.vire-j-lQng ,disxaoces because of the lest? telegraphy i? no .small am- interfering with the; A Grer.t Day bition. but it air-currents.-' BUT. the difficulty itijnisl Hat realised. Yesterday a 'message' Twis-ito overcome. 1C messages) will'be a sila day. with sent from Giace Bay in Cape ije sear -from Cape Breion to West [George V. crowned in oFti Enrland. Nova Scotia, and received at Dakhar. Alrifia." there" is no reason v.-hy Obrcien iu Medicine Hat. noi. to in French West Africa. ;should nor, be sent to any part of if.c Fire ttricad? sports. It -.When Marconi first startled' currents sufficiently aii j.- ir ul'ighL be a crowning suc- world with demonstrations of his dis-jstrojig ro carry the message. coverj- of wireless telegraphy, he spoke-. ?cience .is making rapid strides in j I____. of ihe difficulty of circling ihe globe.'these early -years of the twentieth c-en-! or indeed of conveying Boosting HAT DOES "boost" mean? -boosiiag" strikes v.s as a centra- word is usea often and often lotion of words. There SpeaK Up. John fXanton Xews.'i While i: is understood'thai our mem- ber, .lobn llerron, v.-ill support reci- procity, if It ever comes 1.0 a vote, we "I don't seem TO be able to say the right thing to women." said a bash- youna man the oilier day. "and ihar's? why I shine in society. I'll tell you an instance of it. Not! ir-ng ago I met a r.-oman 1 hadn't' seen for and I could ;tiat she v.-as trying to keep young. So, 11 thought I'd say a graceful thing toj iier. i "'You carry your age remarkably well.' says I. i the could sec- that. moment I sairl I was in it Ij She was looking chilly and getting red, soi To some it means misused. the exercising of rhe ability to distri hot air. To others it meaus leg- itimate advertising. Discussing no such c I thing as a push uij-iird that pulls any more than there is black and ir is certainly neither wise thisior nioral for an individual or an ag- hav never seen any positive state- down. discussed word, the Great Falls ?regarion of individuals ro themselves of perusal and repetition, asi1 makes some sage remarks, uiemst-nes up -bv tearing down i others. In boosting Great Falls and 'northern Mori tana we have noted oc- "There is a lot of talk about a disposition to slur tke qual h IQ days. Everybodv is urged of the lands across the Canadian1 to'" become a" 'booster.' and 'booster1 -frontier. A disgusted or disgruntled j are round in many Alberta sometimes pours j ies io boost the ciiv. The word 'boost'iQis tale of woe into a reporter's ears' old-fashioned one. In fact, iisjanxious for and gets it printed.; origin appears lost in antiquity. Noah j Perhaps through inadvertence, in Webster says thai the origin is nn-i- cr'-taiM. ii iish or other words nier.r to that effe-.'t pver his own signa- ture, and he certainly has not. exerted hiaif-elf to advance it in.the House. We can hardly believe that Mr. Herron is irving to fiirn flam his constituents: but he is either in favor of this meas- ure or is against it: he is cither desir- _ OLIS of renrescnting his or of representing: his pariy. He ,e out ihe light before next election. 'Don't niind my little j never mean what T say. As a matter j of fact, you don't carry your age a! bit well.' i "And then she killed me with aj haughty look, and sailed away wifh-- out saying good-by. Say, how should I- OWNERS OF HE LETTER BOX I PolitVcal Gossip fXanton News.) It is once more announced that M. THE NE TENIERE Editor, The Herald: newspaper. Once or twice is probably early newspaper has itself carelessly fallen into this error, tor which we'to isat is the source from which nvc so man., cf our short have ;e-iare ready to apologise. Bur. we jr-'fc'so noted a deliberate x' is a or error on the part of senio le- coot; 1.0 lose us proper "old-time mean- matter seni our. from ing in its modern revivial of There are always uy. Let us remember that it means go out to settle in a new coun- lift or push from behind on; wholly and make a failure, and it is hu- s win have will not run for parlia-i reading tie tetter ot If he oamior. be Archbishops and Bishop's o, the tbc Calgarv conserva-j fhnrcb of England as by law lished. t was astonished to find the ict-j statements that are not: first place. I. deny Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 id another can-: OL T M Wm. In the Pope are mentioned possess rignt to call them-.ir consistent with Christian principles[ "At the same time we fully shall put aw-jy his wife, except for the probable candidate is R the BishoPs of tfae Catholic.on the part of a minister who will '-he right of our Ecclesiastical or He-jioniicaUon. and shall maiTy- another Bennett" M P "P If Mr' Bennett -oes.Church, because the Protestant church marry people without inquiring incojligious Body to make and enforce such 'cornmitteth adultery, and who so "an effort "will of England was established -by an acijiiielr and without pulj-jspiritaal penalties as may be in ac- neth her is put away doth o r0 climb up." m3-n nature to put the fault on the f Parliaiiient for che express purpose jlisbing the banns of marriage to marry jcordance with its on he made 10 secure Mr. McCarthy for.-- u nf riio in Tae of repudiating Catholicism, and no and every dictionary says about you mis, the game you shoot :une- i tue on the part for thai s-'v that it men wno lail generally -ive ;he-plo'ince- _ IA eve_ his friends may object, but it is a a own rules." Very is endeavoring r.' meaning.: ft doesn Bulling "down scm'ebcdv else wno is i country they fail in a oiacK eye. sve oJiaibiny. Itdctsn't mean braising, rriofteii these tales about onr own exagseralion, or lies, or swicdiiag or country in ;the Bishops will alter that fact, at this point to practici. of any kind- .It -ust your shoulder under a means person or thir.r; or .IKiU.rng your birength into rsisin.; person chinr. higher in the rv: ed tee eastern press Icve with 31 men who railed here and aT1 east. The land across the Canad-ictianees and surprises a principle, jrd ian frontier is very much ihe same as! 'it is on this side of vhe line, no bet-! Whers ter and no worse. Tc generally sells! t1 at aduliery." But I defy any Pro- who presents .then the pror.esc contained injtestant ro point to me anv Cathol'c purpose? letter falls to the ground. has tor to be made to exercise a little [Because "any Ecclesiastical body" has'a declarar'on of the right to divorce Thai the Red Deer man i? suggest at this point to thejaore discretion In this matter. ja right to enforce spiritual penalties; Kven those outside the Catholic But it is the Church of England the. Again: we believe thejon lier unruly members, and tbat isjchurch have often admired the Church 'necessity of cleansing the church ov-'said decjsi0n lO .be contrary to ;viiai: 'Lhe Catholic church is tne fjrm stand s-he has taken in. er which they preside of all idolatrous (Christian ideal of marriage, to involve jrnis in this our worship. Her ministers are allowed to'grave civil injustice, and to be in liut the Bishops declaration on fhe all are beginning to realize that teach a consimilitude of doctrines id- consequence destructive of the home right of a may -be come. manv "Professor Vincent, of rhe Univer- .sUy of Minnesota, made a talk "he oih- er day about 'boosting, and h; said that "there are three types of-boosting. 'Protective boosting describes '.he ?m- iable conspiracy by which, people in religions body to enforce i the'excessive laxity of our divorce leg- for more rabney. however. "The true 'booster is a good citizen, and be boosts because God made him with a kindly soul that, likes to lend a .helping hand to every good work. rle boosts his city and his country by enucal with those of the of the people." So the spiritual penalties on her unruly is a menace to rhe public gjCnurc'h. and which are declared to if it had been a valid strikes at "the root principles ofjgood. T am, Sir, Your Obedient Ser- LAY CATHOLIC. 1911. .a. ?light hyptonize tiiem-dng all the good things about ir selves ip.i.0 faith that theirs is the hap-jare true. He does the same for piest of lets. But for the fool's para-j neighbor. When he sees .his'friend. and the the sacrifice dise whicii they thus create, life wouldNhis neighbor, his fellow citizen. There is no talk of an-1 "idolatrous fable the Inspiration Comes i Montreal Herald. The Huntingdon Gleaner renders _. distinci- service bv reminding "its read- by the articles of tlie Churcn. ct -bng-riage. but I have pointed out it was KG! Protestantism, because the Reforma-.-vant, ers That the annexation talk on "idolatrous fables and. at all. I ask, is it not a fact.ticii was founded upon the precedence! Lethbridge. May'- sides of the line grows by what ir A friend of. Irish-j that Thousands of members of the .An-jof private judgment in all matters ofj _________. feeds on. The latest of many Ameri- attended service in one church avail themselves of Revelation, to T.hat of spiritual! PECULIAR AND cans to broach the subject claimed to'the churches of iCngiand. and did not (opportunities afforded by the Divorce Authority. The Catholic Church recog-i _____ been in Canada and to haveldiscover hg a Protestant placejcourts to have marriages annulled by'm'xes the validity of marriages sol-! -More than are owned government. have been in Canada and to haverQ'scover Wds io cave run mag us i.ue vanuuy o; marriages sol-; More th; ltaT''found annexation under active worship until the end of the said courts? Why do not the Bish-'eranzied by Protestant clergymen, pro-jlands still his'sion. The Gleaner wants to know! yet '-ve are told in the thirty-nine proiesr, at the action of ihe Divorce lading there is no impediment, and she-States gov PERTINENT acres of coal by the United' Then there is up the ladder nf success he .be unendurable. rogatory boosting; a cum- in unity seeks the sense of lifting it- self by depressing its rivals. Tbiskiizes that tRe g'eneral illusion of upward movement deceives means a share for him. of the Mass is in England, in peoplejdoes not. require husband and wife and dangerous who have been validly Protestant -cominimion to be instead of knocking. He is a up instead of a rearer-down. prosperity He ,_ who read many who blind to thejthat he must also share in the in some of oilr papers for lhinh-jriad tbe priest iacrs. In the third place diere loss in the Every constrtrctive boosting, v.-hich aims ntiwojk in his community has his good' accomplishment, und sets a goal even if he has no earn to give it. achievement." ;ln that Official returns from Chilie do not the want to kill the agreement. There isjaad all clear these clei no sentiment for it whatever, but principles which, are not courts. an act of P.irlia-jby the thousands .have been heard quintals, an increase of 'quote the text of St. .Matthew quintals as compared with the in justification of divorce: months. OOSl-sinexation except in ihe newspapers that. builder- He rf- n 111 ee n ;io .anur. man ;aut lumoi.ain tuiiiiuiujiijii io us niar-i otiicial returns from Chilie show the Bishops one J Because the power which created tliejried again if they should happen to that the world's consumption of ni- lergymen out of England also created the di-'join the Catholic Church. Protestants'trate during the last year amounted to couid hardlv'blame an American visi-ieistent with Protestantism? Could any.rncnt. igantly what is attend a Catholic he teaching tei conformable to Catholicism? I declare! Church and teaching tenets not; Again the Bishops say way a city and a It is. perhaps. H little working together can accom-h on our narr to criticize the speech ofplish big things. like the real a university president, but- So docs everyone else." Wei .Make Lethbridge a spotless town. serve it for some future occasion that! ;may 03 more propiiuous. The general opinion is t.hat we have; o.-i.cugh rain now for a v.-hne, thank; i Shall we stand fhc Toronto Mail and Emnire in its tmpire Day editorial. Sure. but. not the Mail and Empire. It is an un- certain thing to st.nnd by. The Conservative preps is irying to! iscare rhe members of the party inr.o: -action by telling them that the gov. the Empire? is SoinS spring an election i 'on the country in August.'or Septem-i her. The Conservative papers werc! always great guessers and bluffers. I isier Author of "The Virginian" Has Produced A New Book FTTf IF1 THE i V" Hecau.se convicts happen to be mil-ji lionaire bankers is no reason why houid be liberated from prison, anti-reciprocity (Q [hfi of the! Down in i.ho States, they have an idea thai toe meats pubhsned in their literature on rhe for being manufactured at so much per. ror Morge Tha, They .are going to investigate to way lo mah out. it might be a good thing to or anv ftfhol, a similar investigation in Canada. _ _ Snskr.toon is oompia'ning that An- The premiers of Greaf Britain and; drew Carnegie is not. exactly as gener-'g ihe colonies decided that Premier as he be when he offers thirip Imperial Council scheme was ty Thousand dollars for a library hardly the correct, thins a; the present 'he university ciiy. But. they c.re. nor. rgj Uaie. He can put it on ice and pre- going to refuse the gin. even though It is proving good seller SS pok Co. rug I with all the emphasis of my jihai such things would not be heard; iin the Catholic Church. The King.j iwhen taking the Coronation oath does! iiioi declare ho will be a Catholic. On; ithe contrary, he declares he will be; !a true Protestant, and be is the head i of 'ho Church of England. j The Bishops zo on to say: "Where-j :as ihe minds of many have been great-j ily disturbed by a. decision in the; !courts of the Province of Quebec, an-' '-nulling a marriage between vwo mem- jbers of ihe Pvomsn Church 'by one authorized by the State to of-; at Now. it is not lawful for a Protestant in liie Province of Quebec to solem-' a marriage between Car'io- Therefore, the clergyman in jiion was not authorixed by the State) 'to perform a marriage between ihesej persons, and as there was uo mar-! iriage there could not be an jjnent. of the same. Does anybody think for one rno- iment that a Catholic priest would ry two Protestants? Xo. certainly not.! would a! once send them to their! own minister, smd why a idergynioH does nor. act -n ihe I manner 'with regard to Catholics isj me. I ask any one who has I ''considered this subject af. all, is it! a disgrace in a Christian commun-) Ijiry :o find rho number of 'bigamousi on .the increase? -I ask is Your Bill For repair Avork or a iiew build ing are prepared to meet your requirements carefully and promptly, at owcst pices. AVe have anticipated the needs of our patrons and stocked up with a Targe as- sortment of the choicest building niareria! in- the ciiv. GIVE tTS A TRIAL Citizens Lumber Co. Limited PHONES: Yard office 362 General office 334 1st Avenue S. and 121-2 Street P.O. Box 684 ;