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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LiMBRIDGE DAILY HERAl!^ ESTABLISHED OECEMMR 1�ar, . Pubrtshad by th� Lethbrldga Herald Publlshlna Co., Ltd., evm evening at It* omee, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAVLE Managing Bdltor JOHN TORRANCE BU|lnc8a Manas*'' l�HONEi Editorial, Raportorlat ' And Newa Department 1224 PHONKt Advertlalng CIreuIatlan And 4oi� Department! 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I rear, delivered ....... t4.00 1 rear, by mall ......... SS-OO V 'Sure. Dying is my limit."-rHaus-ton Post. fpOERACTING as anibassadbrlfbr a period of six years, the esty" Avhich^ade him the popular fie^. . _ . WHon.\ James Bryce bade fafewai to the people amongst P"'*^^'' orthe ac^ptance by hiS; g(^^nment of^campaig^ lii^he had hvedj at the batiquet tendered^in h^ the from contractors having business v^ath; the pro^ the 0 rims'4bciety; During the tihie he. held office the cordial idol has very large feet made of clay, r. f r l^^tipns between the two great Anglo-Sa^^ ~ """"�'"""itained^and, in the words of'the ambassador, morelhan a Complaint is-made that the coal .operators made a dead s^t A Durable, Car "I've used my car twice a day ta my office and iback, a distance of sis miles, for seven years," said Waggley, "and I've never had to pay a cent of repStlrs."  ......  � �'Great Scott, what a record!" said Bildad. "What car is it?" . "Trolley." said Waggl�y, and Bildad rang for the waiter.-Harper's Weekly. . � "How much do you pay In the way of taxes?"^ Mjly dear sir, that has nothing to do with the oafle. The j&va^ who is pt^ylng-a whole lot of taxes Is usually Spring Song Oh, well the world is dreaming Under thc April moon/ Her soul In love with beauty. Her senses all a-swoon. Pure hiuigs the silver crescent Above -the twilight wood, And pure the silwr music Wakes from the marshy-flood. O Earth with-aU they tran�port. How comes It.like._should jeem, A sh&dow in the moonlight, A murmur. Jn a dreajn?. - -Bllsg Carman. The facti th^t a retto^ in the riding of Me;dicin6 Hat was gmlty.bf an irregularity is not surprising, much less ^^^^^^^__________ ' It would be surprising if ihtliCsjs^^ irness of nund and g^nuinft love.of peace, couple t^e large uuxiiijci.ui deputy returning officers necessary in a rid-l^f ?^|^bis naine that of Secretai^r no less ing if there "was not cme who failed to do everyth^gythe election 5|^jQeist wish to wb^^ for accord^and goodwill, and has indeed act calls'for^ There.isn't an election of any kind 4n which there livten evidence of this.'-^^^^'^ ^ v .V is not some returning officer who fails to understand his; duties ' With the little cloud in the hiMzoaover the Manama -Canal correctly difference such expressions have;th^ir.w6i^t in pointing to a '" " "" li|i|isfactory solution of the difdiiillfyr , Mr. Bryce's speech is ^oinething more than a post-prandlal oration;^ It sizes up 'the pl^ospective outcome which, judging from the sentiment of the best of the American public, is a hopeful one; The American His Sad Laclof asserting its belief in proposed am IfF^ty pl>ligationB. In spite of cert^ bf its poUticians it looks as ?!!i'S!!tfl,!S if'if will assert itself, ' ...... . , PRESENCE OP MIND ' l|HPM TIME TO TIME there appear in newspapers records of fei^lM^sactipn which have hew effectual In saving Hfe; or in l^l!SgBBta8V*oplies might have been appalling in piature. Two days ago Dr. Mclntyre, the local denUst in 'iMtirumental in 8aying*,the G. P. R. " i;^^5)i: Ijiit -for liis exer^ns, would have been burnt '-War;ttey we^^ sleeping.-" Aroi^seia from liis slumbers ^iha|d^pn(Un^ iu the vicinity ,^^d proceeding to inv.8t\gate^ the; cause, the doctor 'l^on'fire, With the regttlapfloor� 6f .exit cut off. He ^*^:iliat^y..to seize ari^an^aud, to^break in the little ''-'"if the cdr^and 8p,lHiRr>iedniie meir.-'. , . particular brayetfNshPvt^Af'Jjy, Df- Mcjntyre, rof'6omething'^lib^f>� ^rf^Jji.5^|^fPg:|6^'call "presence.of. J^fie�^iifiitt*y> which: vve desire The Ottawa Citiaen (Conservative) under the headings ;'Who Oppose Clos->s fleven' reasons 'why 'the amendments of.-the rules coritaioed in the '-BordenJRogers' resolution should not' he passed or put into effect, ' � - First, says the Cltijsen,: the practice of obatructlon to albolfah- which the closure has be^n Igtz^^^ucei^. does not require co drastic" ftnd dfingerous' a cur*. "It seeroB' certain," iaya the Citizen, "thai; � tio minority, would adopt obstructlot} to,such'an extent unless it felt ^|ire of being'backed by a large body of ipu^lio-dpjnlon, ample proof of this Js'to be' foupd in the fact that in 46!ydarp.with the door to obstruction wi^e'- open ip Oatiflda there have been only, flvs: Jtfpe? .when the minority dared^to,use it,''.'fJJhe Citizen believes that CpjiWIc opi?iion' will act as 'a sufflcterit preventative excepting under exceptional" ciMum-siances. . ..'^ - Second, �. to reflect the-spirit -ot youth in all our garments. Lct'.ijs show you the new spring' "styles. '-^ McKelvie & McGuire er. If revision !s n�6essary it should not be done in the white'heftt of war, but in the white light of dlspassipA-ate reasoning." ; | �  Third, says the Citizen, .granting the closure had ibeonViadopted-after wise deliberation It shouldinot-'be.used in passing imperial le6i8"ktiqB,viT^ naval bill ought to metjnjthirtjr-flve millions plus loyaltyjiiplus ra people's enthusiasm, plus Canada's.; facartV.rifeiiit with closure there will be inO; piu-�-: given under closure the;" thlr1:y-five millionB will be only this.'gift crf'ja.'gold-en salver-empty, � ' f � , - r Fourth, even were it.tfeemed.iiwlse ,lo use closure, says- �the; � Citizen,' it will not necessarily save,'thc bill,- It ;will Hill the purpoBe..,ofvth&�^lll;,'W^th' ,out even' rescuing it8i1)0dji';'.V':;'r^e' ms.^ ^te under the clrcu'm'pj^aiste;{'may''bD' calculated �to Itlll- the}-1)ai; '"S Fifth, says the Gltli!en>'.*H�'