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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET DAILY HERALD Saturday. Tnly 22, 1911. OF CANADA H.IM.MI Money Is Power to help yourself and others. 13ut it's only the inoncj' you not the money that slips through your Gugers. You will find a savings Account a great lielp in accumu- lating this poivgr. Why not start one iicm1, in this Bank? Interest compounded at highest current rites.- Moucy nny be'wi'lhdrawii at any time. Office Ridpath H. TINNING, Maniger. atlrllno H. Roach. Acting Manager. Gratjy W. Luckhardl. Manager. Last Impressions of the Coronation Copyright by Publishers Press, Ltd.) Canterbury, and on tho sea ..o'n.on, Juno 30.-A .Ml THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.U, PBEaiDENr ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANioen CAPITAL REST, COLLECTION BUSINESS With its number of branches, agents ;uid correspondents, The Canadian Bank oT Commerce is able to effect collections throughout the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Kates will be quoted on FOREIGN BUSINESS Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling; francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other fcreitpi currency, can be netjotiaied at The Canadian Hank of Commerce at reasonable rates. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. Impressions of thlp mouth of Juno In London botfii nnlunilly with the event which was most purely Canadian; al- though It lit! umlcr.tilooil '.hat Uio Coronation overshadows nil other ev- ents which can be described lessor stnra In the siimmor'B sky that :lo not shine mill! after tho sun has jouo from the sky. Tho Coronation tag been the sjnn In the sky of June. But a lesser light of special Interest o Canadians rimy do to symbolize Ihe mvolllng of a Ublot In the YVestmlus- or I'jilaco Hotel in Vlclorlii street, nor. nr from iho CauadiQii which now marks the room whero the nrtlclee of Confederation were drawn up. The room Is ;i hall of considerable size, ami n It were mot Hint day a iiumbor of Canadians of Importance. One foil thai the men who were thoie couuioil for a pood deal in the 11 fo of Canada. It was HIP kind of gathering of which I a Canadian could say wiih genuine good will, "These men whom you. see are really representative Canadians. I Take ihem for all in all If you sum them up you will arrive nt a fair idea "of Canadian men can do by the iliey have reached middle life or beyond middle life." Theee Canadians j were not conscious they were specially under observation by the rest AITKIN'S SPEECH COMMENTED UPON London, July ..Jlorning Poet, coramentini: on- Sir William- Mai A.ILken'9 afwech in the House of'Commons "He haa hrfd a..trir bnslaegs career in Ganariflr and he briars to tbe consideration of the Imperial problem a mind unham- pered by domestic political prejudices: showed by facts and figures the effects of preference, as Illustrated In the case of Canada and. the West Indies. If this debate served no oth- R haa revealed to-a larger public the great power of exposition, at Oxford, No, .there were four Pre- miers, for Kishcr sat In the audience, bclluvliie thtil, (in honorary t would not acceptable to his voters who hud ejected him us a jnhor prem- ier, rite typo of Oxford scholar and the type of Overseas Premier stood out marvellously, distinct. One could not iliolp feeling-that Hie premier hncl a keener admiration for the scholar than tho scholar had for -Hit! premier. The spirit of Oxford Is striving after perfection; it will jiccept nolhinp else. We people who are helping to make NOW countries nrc t'ery glnd- to accojit conipromlBe. .Not to. consider failure worth M. thouglii, "compared wll.h the Btrlvlng iiftcrJpuiTebtioii us u service rendered to a niilloii Is'aii Incompar- nbly valuable ideal, iiml1 this is the thirfc Oxford has held1- up- lo Bng- iiml nnrt'is still holdint; uplsilll. No CiiiuKliiin ciin.uiidcrsfand what these men at. lior they iheir 'liiifJsiimnior ;'night's But" fjie Oanndiun docs not see which, united with wide experiences, S- makes Sir William Aitlten so valii- j nbie an advocate of the Imperial cause wlih the Mother Country." The Evening Standard says: "'Many will agree wlth.'.Bir William Aitken's regret, that commercial relations be- L-ween Great Britain and the Colonies were not Included in the programme of- the Imperial" Conference. To of the Empire, and as a consequence they were more, natural than it IB usual for Canadians lo be in London. They knew each 'other, had met either as allies or opponents.many times, and they were .Canadians. It was memorable and delightful to iar such men as Lord SLnratbcona, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Sir Charles Tnpper speak, one Such a conjunction cannot bo ex >ectcd to happen'often nliter this. It was Sir Charles Tupper'a day. The lant old man. with his unabated willingness to take any adversary otu- spoke vigorously and well, lie is the survivor of the'fifteen ot Confed- eration. H waa a great thing to see him standing t'.icre and to hear him speak. Sir Wilfrid Luurier's tribute addressed to him of "Well done, goad and faithful was hailed JIB one or Ihe Canadian Premier's hnppy nspimtlous. He hud said again the nenn Irciuu. OxfoiU itsolMs a greaL'part of England's greatness.' Tho Nnyni Revle.w made has read so much abo.ut air his life, the- sen strength' of Eiig- laud. Few of.'iis could'uiiderstand tho meaning hat fleet of- nearly 200 ships, comprising the home and At- lantic .a-.', single ship 'has been 'brought hbiuer; for the review. But one, at least, could look at the ships. They lay In long lanes on the sea, which laughed-about them. They, were grey, like ralu. They hnd blunt, noses, and their henry sides crouched Terrible machines eie; but one cannot sup pose that a single subject of the Em- pire thought of'ilicin eYcepf as creat- ures of steel and fire lo guard and keep, never as instruments of aggres- nuiati come.hilo an nilhVi Noi even at venture could one ttuetiB how much land must wortli In tho City, but even thorn, (hero are munroB ev- or.v.wiliui'u, t hidden HWUV bolihul tall bulUUntCH. The pm'kii London CHII niHkfl K ('iitadlun five mlnulcu after do cut erg of diain Mint tlio' fnct of Lomlon'g eight million people rn.ust bo a'myth, {lore there IB.UO crowd, only children nt play, mid a sprinkling of men and women, leisure- ly people, without much lo do. Hut the way men Me like bundles of dlscurded clothe! In pni'k convinces the sti'flugcr Mutt London 1ms a population Iko no other city in. the u'orld. Size jj-Jiigs sneli MiovUnbly. II. tCO, Slicll 'SlphlS H" .Irldgo. To tho great usiiocts of Lon- don, two new aspects luive beon added, he'Queen Victoria Memorial In front of Buckingham Palace, mid the Admir- alty Arch at the foot of the Mull. Poo- )lo are heard to eay lhat both nro very bud. Hut it is more likely that a year or- mi will convert every in i great pride In them both. The Mem- rlu! Bhinett far away Its gold rest, and 1ms a beautiful effect of lowing wnler below, -The Admiralty ".rch It; H noble gateway at the end of noblo rond. Unanimity of feeling ut Corona-' tlon was HO great lhat for a week or two one heard nothing of party diffi- culties. UiiL ihc Lloyd-George, [he .Declaration of London, tariff re- form, arc merely momentary nm- bush. The. Conference! was good deal discussed, especially Sir Laur- ier's attitude. The Canadian, is asked frequently whether Canada means 10 iiiialn in the Empire. This may be a Tocllsh questions. It scums -BO to Cnn- 'idlans. 'Hut it is ns'ted, neverlheleiis. Ireland for (he time being is talked about less Minn the Conference. But Home finis us discussed transatlaiiti cully, and- in dispositions pose that Ireland sho.uld run Into debt even although Ireland might enjoy ilie >rocese. He has been prepared for il, Studebaker Vehicles Represent Quality, Durability, Appearance and Value uaclmiior wag- Vve. curry u, full lino of St ons, druys, delivery wagons (all heavy learning wagons, dump wagons, con- tractors' carts, etc. Also acomplete line of high class Studebaker carriages and buggies. Ask someone who knows what Stude- baker means. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd. 1st. block west of Westminster Rd. England arc two different England docs not pro- sion. From Kern to'masthead and from nmsthend lo bow leapt lines o[ Mass, brllllanVflccks of color over the grey ships and tho 'dancing water! Then' when (he King's yacht went by the ships, were dressed, and an im- movable, up-standing line of men went round each ship, 'dark blue where the ibut the. Canadian must, be impressed tr by the complexity of social life In this by tho way in which a mnn's work and stamliug are influenc- by social interrelations. Enter- tainments on a magnificent scnlc, the wealth of jewels which can hardly hi described, late hours, the pressure of great and well-known people to do ex- actly, what .they want to .do, these as- pects of lifo in England make a deep Impression on a visitor finm overseas. But one can, speak! of something else which !a dlffurent. from life in Canada. difTerem especially from life in the and always ready to receive envoys and deputations, or just friendly visi- tors, as a mother'of nations They'may come nnd go, and come ag- ain, always welcome. So while tlie ;B ;iro still flying In London, which were there when the King was ed, ninny of her Overseas guests, liaps the saying good-bye. MARJORY-MacMURCHY. right thing at the right tiir.5. In years j tu come it cannot but be that many jlinctly a single white wave When they ii hie jackets were, and rnrl higher, up city, of New nlihongh Toronto r_.. J for I he could see dia- vital ian tablet In the Confederation Room I Four dark lorpedtrboals went by'-like veatigaie the conditiqiiB within the j Canadians w such that It seems .'.the'greatest pity thacjcT the Westminster Palace this which Is capable bt After mentioning this -purely' Canad throwing clea r fight on Imperial trade Ian event in our'own domestic circle conditions, should be thus confined as a nation, .the Canadian will likely next 10 what one must always re- go to rend that Canad-j uncovered; and Lhcn'ihcy cheered. Four dark black hounds, 'then Ihe yacht and hampered in Its work. Perhaps the reason marriage IB EO often a failure is because the glrli never marries the beat man. member, the three great visions of the greatness of "This as Shakespeare's king' called it. These visions came at. ait Cam- bridge, if the Canadian-happened to be UNRESERVED SALE OF s FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS is.situate in townsliip 2-25-9, six miles from. Cardston, two miles from Etna. Etna containes a school, black-- sniitli1 sliop aiid general store. The JICAV i-iiilroad tlirongli Pinclicr wUl cwne within one mile of the farm. Forty-five acres of the farm is seeded with Winter Wheat showing well. There arc one hun- dred acres of fresh breaking to be completed May 15th. There are two living spriaigs of water flovring1 winter and summer, one on each quarter. Each quarter is well and scparatc'ly fenced. A log house, log barn, chicken coop, two good cellars, two good horse and cattle corrals, are on the farm. The farm land adjoins a section of gov- ernment water reserve, the use of which may be enjoyed. The farm is cleqr of weeds. Also over 40 head marcs and geldings, broken to bar; ness; implements and'furniture..- For full particulars apply to 0. H. BATES, CARDSTON, or JAS. A. SMITH, LKTHnKIDGE' THIS SALE WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE PREMISES. ON JULY 27, AT 10 O'CLOCK LUNCH WILI> BE SERVED Temtt Of Sale -r cash, balance in four annual G.per cent. STOCK A2TD sums of and Ssix months' credit on furnishing approved joint Purchasers will to make sc.ttlenient on day of snlc. J. A. SMITH, Avctjoieer 0. H. BATES, Proprietor the dcr Broihers of th'e'Trinity, then King's'yacht. ,Kiiig George and Qu.___ Mary and (he Prince of Wales were on him- Lhe ilic'Klng stood self. Li is said i.hat he liad a good bi da.v, re-visiting must him. cam he WBB with fresh siin- burn. His message to Ihe 'fleet is said to home to the people of the "Aly high arjprecia tion of lite marked precision of f.lie lines" WRs jii5t-wliat they wanted to hear. "ff" But there wosjth'q Fleet. Represent- atives from all tlie, Bnipirc looked at it, and Tbey said some. things quictly ibout whq paid; for these .ships, and whiil one's own- part sli.ire might be. It wag'a vision, qi England's' great- ness which she pays for in money-and other things as well. T.he orriccra -'of tlie AUmiralty Vere .very [very generous hosts: They were si in qiiiet and co.urteous. land they provided so ahnnrinntly for their guests that one could 'hardly find suitable words in Which to say you." 'It is not an easy iaek to de scrlbo .the firing of a salute: There is a puff of light, white smoke, a burst of flame, and a stabbing explosive sound ivliich is stifled Almost ae soon as it, hegins. Multiply this two linn- tired times! rocka'abp.nt you. trast. Yon Jo not. ihear. bel Lo'litlon! or the flyhig ainbiilancG in The victims of accidents here ate counted, like' the wounded on the bat'tlefiehls. the fire alarm udcd with anything like the same One tries must be. to imagine what- a battle Then the firing.' iV over. Twice this ihappened, when the .King came and when the King went. Then the King's yacht .went by again, with I her. Flag, the Roy- nl Standard, and the Union Jack, and I the review was' en tied. Those siayed, at nisht the'loveliest sigh'ls in'the world.'. Our hosts nt Canterbury said they could not _bear, to think of their bro: tbera and slsturn'from OverBeas com- ing to London for .the Coronation, and going away without seeing Canterbury. W.hen Canterbury reveals iln -nge'long history, its aspect of sacred .ground, and Us most lorcly pile of stone, lipjtl- visjble form, (fie noble-will''of men's mlnda, one can imagine that those who have the care.of Canterbury must long to with others to whom It belongs'in some real degree. Thus one is shown a room seven hun- dred years old InV ho.use the great CaLliedrflt. Here Canterbury pil- grims were boused. Beside' ihe. house is covered-way'flown which, IB believed, the pilgrims cniiie, and Ihe floors of tlio house slope up a little al. the' walls because .the. pilgrims lay on the floor, and MIP sloping floor was the ono concession Canterbury, made !u the direction of a pillow. Nowadays it is necessary to adopt some device to prevent tho furnllure from sliding nlo the middle of the room. Canter- bury cannot be. described a Tew word a. It also Is a vision of England's greatness. Would one be too bold to sum llieee visions .up quickly nnd'any n vision of the Ideal of per- fection; Canterbury, a vision of his- torical continuity, nnd I.he battle ships tea, a vision of ntrcnglh and tac on tho One ncvor ceases mnryclltng at the DEHUI.V of the English country, and London's-riches" In open-RqiiaroR and parks. You go off on a train [or 4 con- of hour's ride, and again the coun- ry glides alongside Ihe train, falling iway In fields and "glades and villeyn, the kind of country -iihflt Its people vben away from home mnal, long for mapeakably. For you another coun- fretiuency aa in transatiantlc ciiies. is a fire, in London, the whole, populace, serins .to it to t. be Jionie to Jieart. Ono sees citizens standing at e to London Etreet corners waving to thc_ distant fire eiiglne. so 'thai, the driver may know exactly to'turh.'" The military and poll'c'e oYganlza'tldn at the time of the Coronarion one or the most mnrvellous examiiles of. efficieii to ti Canadian chat one has ever. seen. Even Londoners tajlc about It leaves the visitor with a feeling of positive amazement." ;One cannot help being struck with the number; of GanadianH lylio ,have made iwBitious-for-Lhemaelvos -in tho jublic life or London .and iSngjand. .A visiting Canadian must be, more or ICB'B- surprised to find that-if he knows. CH- inadians well-he will know a good many v.-ell-ltnown people In -London. .The Coronation has ovor a vast contingent "of Canadians, and 'their names, are repeated constantly. One is very near home In London, no matter in what part of the Empire you may live. The Empire bulks incred- ibly large in London. It means much more here than K did ten years ago. Naturally, Canada la only one nation of the Empire; and Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, each has aa large a share in the making of the Em- pire In London. No matter what may be said in praise of this Imperial hos- pitality, all praise falls before uhe truth. It has been, perhaps, without a parallel: Dut one fancies that, most visiting Canadians intend to live up the standard, as far as they can, whenever they get home. One hears pretty stories of the, King in'd Queen and Ihe Royal children. There seems nothing .hut .what Is good to hear. One Is told how Prince was in. love with Princess May jefore hit; brother caret! for her, and went to Hermuda fo be out of the way. low the Queen is unstintlngly eym-. pathetic, and "timt it, is qiillo n mistake o suppose thai, she gives directions o what must be or-muat not be worn. low when PrlnccfiB Mary bowed In the irocession the other day, her crown fell'offi and her two younger brothers chaffed her unmercifully. How the lUle Prince John, was home in Buckingham Pa-lace when his father and mother" .wore 'crowned he would come out on the balcony and see the people. So- :lic came o.ut find wnved n clmbhy hand. The people shouted for him. Then be waved both hands and danced up nnd down on the balcony. It. was a huge success. 'The King did very weir Indeed, If lie KOt sis great an ovation as little Prince lohn. "The Royal children arc very good for London's constitution. They extremely" human young people! And KInp (Jcorge and Queen' Mary, are well-beloved. SI. range as It tuny seem, one of the most- lasting Impressions Hint, a vial- tor from a new country has of this wonderful old country, with itn great >rnblcms, Ita dennlty of populalton, and Us many poor, IB an impression of bcnirty. Ixindon can he very heautl- ful. One can never forget. London aa t' has Jookffrl thta June. probiomfi of poverty and unemploy- ment and social readjustment the conn- has to face, and they are real pro- )lems of protonloiiB size, no seeing icreon can full to understand that' this vigorous common wealth, with great sources of strength, which have never been drawn on to their SMALLPOX IN A .SUMMER -HOTEL Winnipeg, July outbreak of smallpox has been discovered at.the Alexandra Hotel, AViimipeg -Beach. Four girls are now in isolation, and 118 recent guests In at the' hotel. U 'is stated that the iu.fec- lion was carried, to the- hotel. man named iff.F-eod, -from LBC du Bonnet, where the disease i WSB re-' cently found. A Lanibert, the hotel, WHE pest, house' this niprnlng, and the other four girls" isolated are also employees of the hotel. .During the time eince.the in- fection was. carried to the premises more than 111 giiesis have stopped ut the hcterand these aVe now Rreai- tn'e "poriBlblllty of ir developing the disease.' ROYALISTSrWILL Lisbon, July Monarchists remnln on the Spnnish' Trontlor, con- spirinR openlr against the 'ilepllbllc. the -continued the 'Bp'auuh govymmenl, Koyaiista flaily hold military, .drilla nnd prncllce rifle shooting In tho large private' estates and among the hills o( Gallcia. Lisbon, (via Badajoe. Spiniih Fron- July 21.An InA-aalon by Oiiptnln Koucler, at the head of the Hoyallst forces; Imminent. All atten- tion is non'- fiicd'on tnc north. The Hortiiguese Monarchists possess thou: sands'of rifles' of 'the Infest pntlern, BinugstleiJ into Oaiscla, Spain, from and Belgium, and many field guns maxims.-- his motor- boat caught fire from a spark out of his pipe, Lo.uls Thehaud. of 'MorrlBtorn, Y., for- roL he WHS al.' tlie-wKeel. he hoat struck a tree. Threo in hos- iTtnl! w Pincher Farm Lands THE J. O. KAJVCTI, COWIJEY 2300 a ere of finest wheat and hay jindi of'PIhcher Pjvtrlet. ,1200. acres 3p an acre.Dn to pur'cnaaer. or more beautifully jmprqved farm the Weit and no better value anywhere. 2223 acres of unimproved land.- There IB between 500 and 800 tons of meadow hay put up on this property annually. Reel good wncat land. 5 miles from town. Price per a.cre.. Other blacks of raw and improved land from 160 aerea up. For further Information apply to Hogan Dansey PINCIHER CREEK, ALBERTA. Alberta Railway aincl Ir r igati oti Co. Are; offering for; sale; the cheapest lots on the market each situated north of thn traclt try hnn o- dearer charm, but yon can- In vigor of nntlqnal life, RrtlJtln Is IOL help imdei'Hlnmllng how< England I young country. She IE nlwnyB litre, The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation CD. ;