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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page.-I. TIIH IJiTllBlUnflE DAILY HERALD September LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER v Published by trie Ltthbrldj? Herald Prir.tino Co.. Ltd., every law- ful evening at Sixth'Strsct, Alberta, Cana-.'x PHONE: EdltcrlH. 1224 W. A. nyCHA-JAX Mltlii'rj Directs." T. W. QUAYtrj ,'OH> CircuUtlcn And Jcb 1252 DAILY EUS5CSIPT1ON RATES I rear delivered 1 year, by mail 6 raoTiths, deUrerM SJ-00 oy raall J1-SO 3 months, dellvercJ Si-CO 3 months. mail _Hc I. monlh. delivered 1 month, by nal chicsed olio is dtitltd, b lil'fSso be si THE "DAILY HERALD Kti Crots Drue i Book Ssore; J. G. Rob- ertson i Co.; Jaricjoa Co.; Alciicdri Ilo'.el; Peo- ple's -Hotel Cisar'Stacdi.-Erripreis Ebt- FJ'Are. MerJfcIria Aislnlaola .1 M acl Ferjuion. Mur- 'Company; r'Cbinpany." :Plnetier MeCrai: Mitchell Co. Wcitlake Vancouver wide Co.; Shop, Street.......; "rOi'lUrer Ai'SQUe. Graisy Lakt-pGrsssy Inks '.lotel. -.Co- hen News Agency. Book "and News Store. 101A Sth Ave. West; NVorlfl'News Co. PInclier Station Edward Road. St. Co. den. Co. HERALD' FnbUifcea eVery-VTfrdaMiUy (n or mtue BDi eCEtalna --.rsyoiiirr or ths'ciTrs of tae local district i-rear 11.00 e-moatbs In advance- RECOVERING A LOST TOKPEDO LLOYD GEORGE'S OPINION 'OF >Vom Speerb at Carnarvon, "Tao peers dedaro that ira' prepared to resort lo violencti to pre- von: the House ot Com.nons even dls- lug tns measure, whloa tHo LonU and their friends bad notiilej their dislike of. What arrosancc! If tho Oovcruiuent succeed in [ilaclug these Acts of 1'arllauient on the Stututo Book.tlie j'cers and their followers vj.i; suprort. foiiieni unii promote civil war and bloodshed in these is. buds !ri order to defy an Act c-f Parlla the rules under which the iili'jed BO as'to suit themselves; "ihey insist' upon' umpires !as players, and they invariably alter tho rules >vhcn they come to play. Their Liberal oppon must play over a course beset with bankers, .aud when their turn comes to play ihc tmniiere must bo ie'velled and the course cleared of difficulties. N'ot only are they bad constitutionalists tut they are wret chc'dVsportsmen." (Cheera) No'lhlng but tho fear of "revolution would, induce the Lords to carry through a measure jironioted by ft Liberal Government if they liapueised to dislike II. Every Tory Bill when it entered the of was as a member of the had blood In Its pedigree" ,wa_s; unchulleugeable, Its faults were, overlooked and I; escorted! Ol Women Bless Good 3-in-One Oil Because it lightens liousekecping.tpil in a hundred different ways, from garret to cellar, every diy. ___ "3-in-Ohe oils perfectly seiving machine, .washing machine, wringer, liwn mower, bicycle, state, go-cail. locks, clocks, bolls, .'rig ths! you eKioecd ij oil. Cleans and all and varnished few 0 drops of 3-b-One oil on a soft dolli wrung out ia cold water Q wipes griot, soil, sicoke and fafet insib from piano, rr.-ialel, chairs, lables. Then you polish wtli dry cheese clolb, tubbing wih ihe Kiun of the wood. Tho original luslic comes right bad. No so uapSeatiat cxJoi- NotKiaj to ni cff heiitae upon elclKci. 3-b-Oae oil 00 cloth xufcci H luiuiy Duitlm Qodi ta 5c. ct.'si, ct ia BUY A BOTTLE AND SEE FOR YOIIIUELF ic-'d is food tflxwj tad I .GALT GARDENS. .'spnii-people may be to lay cxli-avu- ihe.late ci'y council this can nut be fairly applie'd to'iiicTneysperilon Gall Gai'deiis.: Here Iht; polity day-bjv'day to have .a.wisc one. .Tlfc beaulv-spol is a favodte topic.of remark )vbci come lo.u's. 'The IPS! one to speak of it is Caplain Patleiion'ifylj: British Columbia.' What lie says is merely" repeating the same whiclt. others have related. It is, however, only to con- vince some ampngsl us that even-tiling which looks like extrava- gance is not wholly fo he condemned. There is a method in some so-called extravagance, i _'.....' The money spetil on Gait Gardens is yielding.more-than its return in-the'ndre.vtisement it is hringing to Hie city. This fact should be borne in bind by our civic authorities in.keeping up an interest ill maintaining the.gardens in the same condilio'n Ihey liandc'd.dyer lo Is the naval manoeuvres, 'here they frequently pick or so by recovering lost torpedo boats and lifeboats. The anove picture shows a torpedo being towed by some EKgllih fishermen. ..It will be enticed that It Is being lowed stern first, owing" to'the tha may get a sudden fit of energy snd -j-jmp away. OU-K PO.INT OF VIEAV thrquth the door that led to the palace of {he King. Everj-' Literal measure ,Vas scowled nt as a plebeian Intruder, who had been forced aa arlstc- cratlc..drawing and was Inenlted and mal- l.trcate'd and "evermore went out by j.tho same door wherein it c'ame." (Laughter) Thie! Parliament Act was au effort not to redress the Inequality :out to mitigate it. Liberals were still too modest to attempt equal treatment for their which .email- ated.from aristocratic, brains, .Tho lerday.. had the Col. Sam. I were closed ngaln'at the Lib era! salmon swiinnilns; up (lie'Elresra -A' mari wifhoui efnpiovinent bc.'iiul down as and ji.bad.CoJejp the weir, jt.h'iti !o. u'ij'1.: .-.A i.-- "i -.'f. long :inlerval beforeTlt. had, a. -WX-9-P t i." second leap snd-anolhDr.Interval j f.-i-. c: i was .Then U Another mine pay every two i wasMai.ioKed unless t-ceks durinfi the winter. will soon begiiMo appreciate.whaV ll been spared in I, Meanwhile the water.n A Syrianjlribal have started in Lethbridge -ycs- assets our mines are. When to rule repealed? lights on the deposing business af ajwhile. thd mMallmu. might abate and "might have to wait for tie. neit but tte gates urero alwaya open the channel always Tree for the (Laughter and cheers.) colored preacher, in closing sermon.- congregation: '-And now let tl'-o i-cople of'the of the eartn.V man; "1 w-ill lalie. some more, bul only Jii6t a moulliful pk'aie.1' -Cornell, to he? maid, "fill' Mif's- A German yeddlar rapped .timidly at the kitchen entrance. -31rs. Mc- Carthy angry at b'ejng In lier washlne, open tiip door and glowered a t_ him. '-'Did .you wish lo fee she de- manded "in thrcateniny tones. The peddlar few "Veil. I. did." he': assured her with an apologetic "I gui- my Tlsh, "I was lo-.cornp on the. slago Uilljv aaii explained, the fledgling 1 'sald'tt; nnd'I lie moii.rntiillj- cpa- observjng-thai thVgucsla IraU eaten all of ice cream, she said; MUsXane. do let mo si' you come'more.of the ice "Well; sntd tho younp a youns lady, lo Mm at a df nejt nner talile, Spooifer' you'. pass (lie p's? A littlo later, poinTtng to some crifh- berry Jelly, lib-asked young to pass "that puff." -Being one evening excused himself ..saying he. hal been-- "hatching a -pnsty i; From the. Kansas City jonrnal you acquainted .with -Mrs.' Hifly, your (Eshiooaola "Only In a roundabout Tray. Her.. cat boards, at rov.liouse. THE THAW CASE on the.Thaw ceselsefore-it reached its present stage the New York World sarcastically" remarked thai law' in Canada "is-much the saine'as thai in llie United Let us hone .that the nllimnle yer.dicl will prove tfiaf this journal is hope .that the iillimnl in.ila-deduction. in'-Shtrbrobke has-taken a slep which will look disappointing to.the'Ndw York World. It has sustained r 'of. habeas cornu'srand thus Thaw from mak- ing use in for thNyurling'the action of .the immigration authorities to; deport him. New de- velopments arc lobe what will lake place in Coaii- i rook. The latest resorl of Thaw to avoid dcpprtalion is that he ranks a's'a loiirisl, and this "point is at present under consideration. And talking of habeas corpus' the Thaw incident throws u curious light on Ihe working of the law. Designed primarily foi ,thp prelection of. the individual here it is acting something in Hit way of a weapon which recoils on the person it is presumed lo f henefil. It'has bcbn'used by his prosecutors in order lo fore >TUaw. into the courta so that he might be delivered into their 1 by causing his deportation and, possibly, return lo Mattca Asylum. Apart from the case itself this is inferesting. if it happens thai Thaw is deported and sent across Ihe fron j :.lier lo Vermont we shall probably sec some further light thrown i ji on Ihe working of habeas corpus. -An aspiring British fpughl, i and owns iand in -Alberta oughl to loave lhevexpericncc-to': lie is 'tallcirig about; when "he. says'- Canada can hiiildi matt. dwn'batlleships. ;oes even so''lbahv i n [S. jHolclikiss, has been handed package Ihis year.- Not the kind, of prize puckage-'lalked about ilicse fine days... i.e. .'i, lr i -Roche lives up.Jo. his prqniise.iiot ,fo i. Blood large cattle owners, iiistea_d will he helping Sonlheni Alberln nioro 'ihari'i' he thinks. He is to be commended if he. follows tfie course he! announced. IQ' -the Lctiibridge-C'iirdslon dclogalion. :jv Tliere ate Ihousands of people south who seen a real bucking broi.fclio try to pile his rider. It is-rather] exciting and worth seeing. We would advise Ihosc in-i iliatcd into'lhc myslcries.or broitnlio.busting Ib.visitdhc races on j Ihe IGlli and 17th. Thaw wants to as a tourist. .H is' he will have secii cnoiigh of Canada within Ihe next Jew .days to' Miit him for a while., .Usually tourists like to want to remni'i'. Probably Thaw is inclined likewise, bui he learn wnnl him. Letlihiidge should encourage the mixed farmers by esfabljsh-; ing a market al'once. Iri'these days when people are practicing economy Ihe housewife would he willing id cnrry the basket to market and the produce raised on the farms of the dislricl. MAKE-A NOTE OF IT T11KHK IS XO PKHSON" who conies, in for more "kicks {linn ha'pence" limn the mythical individual who is known as the "Clerk of llie-Wcaliicr.- Pui up to (he-present the fanners of Ihe 'district would he only loo pleased lo him n purse of yoldcn dollars for the bcn'evolenl disposition lit hps shown in keeping j Dominion-wide prohihilion is to lir hy Ihe Dominion -Jack Frosi on Ihe Ipjsh. I Alliance. In case tlit Alliiince isn't wise to Ihe fad miyhl The "weather, as il continues ill-present, has made if ideal for j remark.that ncf' party will lake up the policy until Ihe harvesting, and caused Southern Alberta's rvhca! to pill on J temperance people' vole principle instead of party.'' Up 16 the a richer golden lint. And Ihis is signlflcant'of-thp. greater value i present Ihey have nol shown n tendency in thai direction, j( will fclch, for il is a general fact lliul the" yield of grade is of a i jiigHer grade than Hie average. I Dominion cabind minislcrs havr hccn (ouring Ihi: west Iml 'i_ 'The absence of. Jock Krosi at u (icriof! when his visils one of llieni.Jmd Ilic good jinlgincnt If) visit Lclhhridgc orl f.irtmA ('i he dreaded is (inc more fcntlirr-in the c-ip of Sunny Al- Macicod. NVe would all finvo hren glad fo ste tliem and ii is-pos'j berfa's genial climale. Lei fhose who prefer I'jjsiWc Ihey might-h-lvp hoen enlighlcnnd ns ihn nerds of this pnH make a special r.ole of this and write il down in Iheir; licular.p.irt of the west, Jl iiiusl be kepi in inind thai Kclmoiilon j idJaries for future reference. aud Calgary are not all of hy 3 great deal. old lady in "David who wss r -j, ,j and made-lhs opporlunily by thinking of Ihe, Ihe C, P. R. makes an nnnouncemenl ore day aboul seltVJ i "old is evidently incnrrialeil in so-me'of the men of Southern ;ing the lands in the I.cihhridge districl and the very ricxl, Ip }.'Alberta. These have no use for in the way of prove Ihal there .is no Iml nir iihout il, ili-.y hi ing in ijic first I lo be reminded of siimetbing.which will give Ihcin Ihe: parly of u dozen to iiispcol the lunJs. 'I IJ.-H. built j Sulisfaciion of grieving. Unfortunately for '.tlle.tft there are and Ui4 sooner ths people Lcthhridge realize-it, and j rnany opportunilits'for pandering: to.their morbid taiies in gior-: ihrow in ounce of Ilieir supriorl betiind Ihis project, i Ions Squtheni Alberta. (bellur. II means millions in Southern Albtrlu, Don't You to Dance -i. Or days are don't- you still vy.atching the young" lolks hav- ing a goojrj, jolly dance With a Vhftrola in your home you.can dance or have'an evening of of those informal affairs that are reajly -the most delightful of all-- you wish, and your home will be the centre of attraction for; all your friends, Why Not To-day? Go to any VHis Master's in any city in Canadaand.he will be delighted to play any music you wlsrito hear, oil the Victrola. He tfte newest dance music as well as the old. favorites. Victtolas cost from to are soldion eaiy terms (as low as a week) H desired. JVtost of tho dance music is on records-99c for the. two Berliner .Gram-o-phone Co. Limited .............MONTREAL Mason Risch, Ltd., Pianos 404-Sth St.S., Brynn Block Branches Phone 791 ;