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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY ,Sal nrday, June 24, OBIN HIM FLOUR Tile quality of Robin Hood Flour mtaeti ihe mllllm In production. froayrhcit 'roo) !bbe given a-place-among his peers, where he might finish his 'life In peace and honorable distinction, not extravagantly lauded, nor. made the victim of perennial sketches" in'the..weekly kept safe from the torgettulness of a mere Democracy. Whether our sys- tem or the English system is the bet- ter, whether it'is wiser to make a man work to keen hearts of nil generation, or to offer an asylum wherein a great man may reef; with- out diminished honor, is for 'no :one to decide; There 'la, however, no question jthat manj a Canadian has career in England .because he knows he may make a place for himself, and remain fairly safely In while in'Canada he might be .8 hero today.'_anu tomorrow charged with stealing pennies from a collection plate. The are like peanuts in those vast areas of peanut.taffy which are displayed by the .Greek. candy lish Conservative, who is. actively sympathy With Mr. R. L. Borden in Canada, and who has not been one of those whose praise of Laurler hns just been referred to. "I like the man! 1 don't agree with his poli tics. I sometimes doubt his sincerity ut I like him. lie is a wonderful reature." And he is wonderful. Nobody nows how he regretted lo leave Ca- ada lo come here. Nobody knows even how unhappy the voyage made him. The Lord.Mayor of Liverpool, preceded by 3 wonderful affair in a gold-laced hat, boarded the Virginian at Liverpool, and made Vim a speech. The speech savored somewhat of "we must be nice to this Ktrauge but Laurier's reply removed an.v doubt that might have existed whether these Colonials were to be patronized or not. At t'.vo in the morning lie left the train at Euston station where Lord Strathcona waited for him. At noon the next day lie was iu consulta- tion with the Imperial' Government. 'Since then he has been engaged for every moment of his time. And in everything, that which pleas, es a Canadian he docs, honor to Canada. There is about some ofi ,the Colonial is not said a hint of shyness, unaccustomediiess. Some of them take Ihe bit teeth, and talk blue streaks, like country aldermen at a fair.. Some, getting mental pan-' in the nresence of so much great- ness as they have had lately, over- awed by the marks of the lion's clawa all around, have tumbled head firsl: into the tank of pro-Britishism. Fort after all, it takes rather a strong head to one of our Colonies and walk through London without beiiig made almost tipsy on things British. It would not be surprising if even Botha has forgotten that he is D.ytch. Bewildered by this little, wise, old prize-fighting England he does well, lo keep in mind that he conies from South Africa, and that he must praise two things: South Africa and British things. But Laurier, one feels, while none the less loyal, is colder. He enters this country, where the. most success- ful "Mother" In 'history sits among the monuments to her dead children, rearing other children that'are to be just as great, or greater, and he ad- mires the Mother. He renews hit pledge of loyalty to tile British Crown. But he (Iocs not fail to see that she is at times short-sighted, at times for- getful the Colon- ies, and that to be a useful member of the British Empire one must not ha led like a child, but must act as a loy- al advisor. Laurler's speeches in public have been delicately chiselled. He has fallen back upon the old reliable game of 'advertising Canada, and he airing several new little figures of speech which he probably invented on the way over. But lie compels the res- pect of everyone, not so-much for, him- self alone, as for the country which can claim to have produced him. When, be. moves in .Canitda he ban only-a few peers. When he speaks he has probably none, as yet. Here, when he crosses a garden br a draw- ing room, when lie bows to a ducheu or takes up a discussion with an aris- tocratic philosopher, he Is with his peers, and BRITTO.V B. COOKB. FINED .HOOLIGANS .Winnipeg, "Man., .Tune, young Winnipeg hooligans, about 171 were fined fifty dollars and costs to- day by Police 'Magistrate Daly with the option of three months in jail for reating a'disturbance' oh the Win- npeg Beach train last night. G. A. Delany Phone 452 Hill Block 4th Ave. THIS WAY FOR CHOICE MEATS Fresh, Sanitary, Tempting Complete Line Of Cooked i Meats- Saturday and Monday Specials At The Standard Furniture Co. Dresner ninl Withstand in O.ik linkfi, drossei lias J.u'oo ith three ISiitish mirror, bolirl bias'i al M8.50. ci'1' Bert, Muttress NprniK bed in enamel h lull Spj ing-i-strong u'liniii [irool van bml spi Mattress: This is one ol 0111 llniltli Mnlliesses, silicon rd iinled libii HIM) eolloit loll A cheap ontfll at' Spvciiil lor SahinlHy anil iMomla.v SI0.75 Standard Furniture Co. FIFTH STREET OPPOSITE EUREKA ;