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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T.ETHBRIPGK HERALD SATURDAY, 'WAV 'i'i, 1915 letbbdboe, alberta DAILY AND-WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: delivered, per year... Dally, by mall, per year---- by mall, per year.. 3.00 1.00 I, No; the very fact that she did not do so shows why British rule has been so successful throughout 'Ao world. Britain very- soon after her victory in South Africa handed over to her enemies of a few years before tho entire responsibility of governing [themselves'. She save to the con- duered Boors a system of responsible government such as we have In Can- Ttifi llrst dioad of the ?overn- jment in South Africa and the present Ihoail of the government is uouoiil Louis Bolha, one of the lending com- i manders of the Boer forces when the istmssle with Urent Bri- tain. Today he is commanding the British forces in South Africa, and he ihns been accmiring for Great Britain 'iterritory hold by the Germans. Think of it. men who a years ago were the enemies of Britain, men who were led to believe that Germany was I friendly to their ambitious, are today The balance ot power against the j lcading forcei fighting under tlie Kaiser is piling up. Today it will j British flag against a nation whloli probably be Italy who will join the! pretended to -beji great Allies. N'axt week It may TELEPHONES: Business Omco Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Toffanet Managing Director Business SUnagtr SEVEN NATIONS AGAINST THE KAISER If you want a clinking drink thai wilt sivt you a ing of dilightful fresh new and Tigor, try Ginger Alt and Wolfe's Schnapps {HOLLANDS am) r It is as pleasing to the paUtt as the most delicate cocktail, and will do rable good in stimulating the vital organs ofthebodytohealthy activity. Vastly superior t BENEATH IKE TOWER ON PARLIAMENT HILL It worse by a teneral election. The call ot the wild is, of course, ,1 mere excuse because Bob Rogers and Doc- tor Held are calling wildly enough to anybody with an ear for thirl kind of music. Getting nest to natiii'n Is another that won't wash hucduse time 1: plenty oi nature right at honw. Ottawa now clothed in the beauty ol spring. The grass and trees arc us green as a newly elected M.P., tho skies at'blue as Finance Jlitr.ster White's outlook, the moim- as purple as a peroration by It. ier llofdeu's new way 01 jj Bcnnott. The river sparkles like a Me bv going fishing.' Close observers, silvct ond Uinny Murphy's bar- stato'that the Premier hiiB IMMM dance upon tho tide. Thc Uidcuu through three stages in treat-, t.Rnai has been QOttlPY LETTER BY OADMY Ottawa, ao.-r'plitician. at ttie capital ore much interested in Prem- Hordon's new way o! hong ttou- ather has come the Ron mania. A month from now, not prob- ably, tat possibly, the United States. And if Switzerland is forced to arms to protect -its neutrality there are several thousands of Wed and season- ed soldiers in that little country who themselves. disliked British rule the opportunity to break came when this war was declared, but British rule meant too much to them. They had lived nuder it since 1900 or ihere- y had been given the irill give Wilhelm something to worry about. With Italy swung round to the Al- lies; there will seven powers lined up against Germany and Austria. Rou- mania is almost certain to follow tho lead of Italy. Tliis will relieve almost entirely tha pressure of the Atistro- They knew the record of the colonial administra- tion of Germany. Bordering upon the British Dominion of South Africa were German colonies. They knew that in these colonies there had been no ad- vance, that there was no self-govern- lirougli three stages m Uanal has been turned on again. Now Micut of public nffairs and that going, Wl fishing is the best of the three._ light is at its old work and tho Ot- Verv early in the game, wn's still unaccustomed I Uliaij Uie wtlllll "i-ouivi tunic UM Uiuisels, always highly successful, ca while the ul. with comtort. The. moon- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE i SHI EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. L L. D., D.C.L., Tre.ld.nt ALIXANDEK LAIRD. General Mumper JOHN AIRD. Ciincnl V. C. BROWN. Superintendent ol Control WcKern Bruicliel CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same comfort. The. moon- 01 i" uc uycicueu uy man, aim .Yin ,vvv..v jid work and iho ot- j careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's s tlllUgS Utlunv. nil.' >tu.........M- i say when ho got into liol water in; tne nicest people In town nre tak- 1 the House of Commons he came to Ji jng tea on the terrace. In tact I boil. !n persons of strong character tawa is best. i Tni..___t Pnrdoji IniK is Ot- o. n Hike JOb and Premier Border, this is not an affliction so much as a per sonal expression of indignation at an- Human sonal expresson o ngna All ol which goes to show that it other sore touch from fate, something wasn't nature that Premier Bordcn half way between temper and temper- 1 wanted to get next to but a certain i lent element of human nature that he But 'this phase of statesmanship wanted to (lodge when he went flsh- i was "soon outgrown' mul the Premier ing. The Premier learns from the fish 'entered upon the next stage of his how to run the Dominion pi. Canada. evolution which was a certain acri- He takes lessons from their placid 'mony of retort, when peered by the disposition, their unblinking outlook opposition. This stage did not -la.t on earthly affairs and their occasion- because the Premier is a kindly al eagerness w-hen the bait is big gentle in his nature, and re- enough, as for example when one hun- 1 aTrdtul of the amenities. Besides an- dred and Jlty million dollars is to be i i a wasting emotion and hard on dialributed among Conservative pa- nsUtutioJ, meaning one's own triots with the consUtutio, meaning constitution, also the British North America Act. The third and perfect- ......things to sell. Fishing is part of Premier Borden's g is tte outward and -1 la L-IIC, i in.- UHIU rvi..-. stage his viable sign ot a lot of hard thinking just been achieved by the it will be the Premier's fate, as is DUoJIlCaai tatisiactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. every angler's, to have the biggest fish ICKED UP IN he has become a philosopher and ment, that there was no freedom, or even-handed justice. things they appreciated more Jor'the Austrians will have Quite en- ot the British Empire, and so South ou-h to handle on the southern fron- tain that Empire with all its meaning meanwhile practical measures VVliCB will Save if you don't Save NQW? Though your salary or Income will no doubt increase, so vill your many find that the latter more than keep pace vith the former. Now is tho time to start a Reserve Fund the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada Ii the place to keep It. Deposit the extra you have on hand can open an account vlth any sum, down to ono draw intorestcalt. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Minager H. E. SANDS. Acting Manager have been driven off prevlouslv con- quered ground hy the French. men in khaki from the Dominions and Mon-1 the past we EMPIRE DAY AND VICTORIA DAY Tomorrow is Empire day Victoria Day. In have celebrated these days loyally and enthusiastically, but not with the full meaning that will characterize our recognition of these anniversaries this year and in tie future. In the past our orators have eloquently por- trayed the. greatness of the Empire, and they have boasted.of the freedom whWh exists wherever the Union Jack floats. Up to August 1914 tie' Empire had not been tested, except in a slight way during tbe South African war. At that time it evident the Mother Country had the genuine sym- pathy and co-operation of the Domin- ions, but it fflas takes this great Euro- pean struggle with the conflict raging in a land far away from the Domin- ions of the Empire to bring to a full from India, and from Canada, are to- day sacrificing their lives upon the :tleQelds of Europe. Blood is be- 'T1K Tactic, Not Pica.ur, birthday at Fergus, in Ottawa believes it was her five-living sons and two. pleasure that took the Premier 1 It was tactics. The Prera- went fishing a great howl had nrouablv got his hint from -the from Toronto against a general dec' iiduct of'--- famous neneral in the Hon. It was felt in Ottawa Because Germany mateur -_ fc that :day night decided to bar o t fiereesl.'lt is not related a general election..It was felt in Ot- Len-mile race on raiieral caught any fish but tawa that Toronto couldn't be well It is an Empire tnat nets of German extraction. ho did hit fishing where the whole because never before had-she said a wilf survive Arthur Dunham, whoso home is at re-establishing word against a Conservative Govcrn- will .uniye. I jiaxsvelton. Sask., has been rccom- ol- hi's troops and incident- ment. Past experience was that Tor- mended ior the D.U.M. (Distingmsnea j; oul a pl.dn to Around onto would swallow anything so that nenjy TIIC soldien naturally ar- these signs of a weak stomach were ;e ions uyuu j vices u.-j ucarmvi. (r-ipti if the old man could fish, things viewed with-alarm. Two days alter Empire beean its (heavy lighting at L-anghemarcq, when t be SQ bad took Premier. Borden disappeared with rod jhe was wounded. _r. a Somethin" like this Premier Borden's and reel Bob Rogers was asking Tor- ip mav be expected to' do onto to hold out her tongue, and withlhe panicky fellows on his staft Tom White was feeling her pulse. The SPE no hope except in an imme- consultants foregathered at the K.mg ion. Premier Borden's ab- Edward hotel and the verdict was Empire. It is an Empire worth shed-jt ding blood for. ,-ill survive. On Monday we recall the reign that gracious Sovereign, Queen Vic- R tnat gracious juonuuct ;ueuuij IUL. toria, during whose long career upon j vices as despatch rider in the recent -te nt wutu the throne the Empire began its course. Victoria was loved and re- vered during 'her lifetime, and her memory is held in loving reverence ers uu ..10 today. She was a good and noble wo- Mayor man; she had the regard of tJie whole Scalllani of bait is aead The honorary pallbear- his funeral included Governor Fire! Fire! Fire! We opportunity of announcing that Mr. J. B. Wllkie has traruferred to our care all his Fine Insurance Busine.s. Now is thc time to gtt your homt and famiiy safeguarded. If you h.ve not already done so. Surely Fire Insurance Companies, which have been In sxlstanoe for one hundred years and more, need no furth.r guarantee. Several of the Insurance Companies, for whloh ws now Agents, date back to the early of the 19th Century. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Conybearc Blocli LcthbrUlge, Alberta civilized world, and her life will ever be an Inspiration to the British pso- ple. Park, one-time Senator 1bom as tho (jabihet space Kcarns and Apostle V. M. ol opinion _________ the Mormon.cliurch. Frosts on Monday nights did great dL- berry crop in the Hamilton and Llttle did Queen Victoria think dnr-; districts and the loss will he ing tbe time she sat upon the throne H is thought the Abloom incu.., n, public opinion, if necessary, to back up and they can and luesday the'brook trout. Bob Rogers was particularly alarm- ed. It seems that Winnipeg and other large cities are developing the same that her grandson would enter into a conflict writ Britain. He may nave been a headstrong boy in her day, but latKC, Lti la r-------------. was not damaged and the heaviest crop on record is promised. Elmer Luck, son of C. Luck, principal of L blame it all on trout. Of course the case of the American large cities are ucvciupuis wre general and Premier Borden are not retching and nau- cxactlv on all fours because the gen- sea. In fact somebody or something cral fished where everybody could see threatens to take the Win out ot Win- him-and the-Premier does" his fishing nipeg for Bob Rogers and he is in in absolute privacy, uo closer to ai favor of operating on the patient al m as which we have "boasted so much in tbe past In days gone by great lead- ers have possessed ambitions to found empires to sway the sceptre of power throughout the world- Sucb empires it founded have lasted 'but a short period, because they were founded largely out of ambition for power. The British Empire might ,be termed more or less a voluntary empire. Might we not safely say that history sbows that tbe Dominions came into the folds of the Empire because of their high regard for and sympathy with British rule. Had Britain treated Canada, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa as Germany has treated five miles and aker Landry did when he was ttom the Senate. But the ?s not i ptiboucL uutii -it-'-'i u .purpose is the same and similar re- crcf sties of rt grandmother; he is dominated Caigarr collegiate institute, which e3 influences whicn never taffected I HP vacant soon following the re- realization tbe actual unity and great- j it is hardly likely that he save evi- caught in Germany .at ness of the British Empire about I dence' of jealousy of Britain's place i outbreak oi hostilities and hell ._ rfnos not'prisoner until April 3 with his dence'of jealousy ot Britain s piacu i outbreak oi iiu.iLiiiui.-a am. uv... H. F. G. wilds, of the Gatineau, which 'are 31 CALGARY AUSTRIAN RUNS AMUCK Calgary, May some- thing like five policemen at bay with an ordinary knife, a wild-eyjd I will be vacant soon iollowing j signation of E. W. French. h are msf lrian had (0 be 5hot jn the leg reacn -.01 -r. wild enough to he within her; lie possesses Ideals which never tective Tom Turner, Thursday morn ev. J. Austin Huntley, M.A., B. came into tlie mind of nsh.. Kingsmere is only eleven -miles (he well known physician and and women with the ideals of Vic- from Ottawa as the crow its colonies there would never have been the British Empire we have to- day. It is because Great Britain granted free and autonomous govern- ment to Its Dominions that those Do- minions today are so eager to assist Uie Mother Country in the struggle which is taking place in Europe. We enjoy the fullest freedom of govern- ment. have absolute control of our own affairs; we have just as much freedom as the ceople who boast of freedom under any republican form of government. Naturally, we appreciate the generous treatment of the Mother Country, and so it is no that the. whole British Em- pire is linked together in a chain of steel at the present moment to com- ibat ail the influences which if dom- in the world would destroy the IJ'vrty, the freedom, and the justice which we now enjoy. There is no more striking or elo- quent illustration of the meaning of the British Empire than the case of South Africa. Within the memory of moit of us South Africa was at war with Great Britain. After a long and bitter struggle Great Britain was vic- torious. The Boers were conquered and Great Britain took control of the government of South Africa. What did the do? DI-J she act as Germany would have acted and govern the newly conquered peopla with a hand iron directed by militdry leaders? toria, more men and women of the pnre and untainted character of the Jtotber of tie Empire. Queen Victoria lived a life as a woman and as a Sovereign worthy of the emulation of every man and woman. It ii the habit of some Conservative newspapers and very many Conserva- tive speakers to claim that the Lib- eral party interfered with tlie Domin- ion government's war program. There Is no more pronounced supportar of the Borden government than the To- onto News and here is what It says: .While the opposition in Parliament las taken every opportunity to dis- credit the Bordeen government and has maintained a steady attack upon ts members, its policy and its ad- ministration, it is still true that the appropriations necessary to put Can- adian armies in the field have not been opposed. Moreover, thousands of Liberals are in Canadian regiments at home at the front. hundreds of Liberals have their Wood for Canada and for the Empire. It would, therefore, be un- speakable infamy for. tho Conserva- tive press to denounce Liberals as "traitors to their and only out of mad partisanship and utter malignity could such a suggestion proceed. That should be sufficient rebuke to tlie elements heie, as elsewhere, who try to claim all the loyalty for the Conservatives and TVho also misrepre- sent tho attitude taken by tho Libers' party on war expenditures. tne niiuwii PUJOH..IH. of Ottawa, has been appointed iy the Minister of Militia, as a spe- :ial member of the Canadian medical 'orce at the front, to look after wounds and diseases anecting the eye, car, nose unii throat. Dr. Courtney is a specialist in such matters. He will leave for England.shortly. Private Thomas Duncan, who en- listed with the 101st regiment at Ed- monton, and who was reported last week to died of wounds received ed while taking part ,in the fighting in France, was independently wealthy, having considerable property interests in parts of Edmonton. He was iorty-nine years oi age. Of fine physical proportions, he was 6 feet 1 inches in height, his up in the mountains. Although it is P HI me ,h jjojtji Anzeiger at Austrian RUSSIANS MAKING STAND Berlin, Jlay correspondent Anzeiger at Austrian A Corporate Executor Make your Will and appoint thin Company your Executor. Our booWet on Wills will he of service to you. Write for a free copy. WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and- Official for the JudMll LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD 'cALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridj. Office Bank of Conmerce Bldg., J. W. McNieol Inspector HAIL INSURANCE THE FARMERS' MUTUAL HAIL ASSOCIATION OF IOWA is an association of fanners 'organized to save Its members money by getting their insurance at cost. .....thnidori Stock Companies are organized lo make money for the sioutnaioeis. According to reports filed with the Albcrin Government p.ny paid more losses to its members in Alberta, in 1914. than_the me other largest companies combined, and al a cost of only SIX PER CENT The assessment IB not due until October. Write or phone us for full information...... Phone 651. M. P. Johnston Company ALBERTA BLOCK Lithbridge. Block. If Bob Rogers in a. hot tonic allies already have gained sev- he would era! strong footholds on the Russian he smaller." A correspondent of the paper at fighting there Borden's peace of mind. would shattered. The weight oi evidence is that Pre- mier Borden's hiding place is some- where in the lowlands where he can ing let well enough alone without obser- and Austrian nosi ntnUa Itlfv. SAID BREWERY WAS GERMAN ARSENAL Edmonton, So annoy- ed have been the directors of the ires tnat Tiguuiis _ _ and that shrapnel is be-, Stratneona, Urewery by persistent a lerman rumors that their building was be- d thlejing used for a. German arsenal, and [other statements of that nature, that the arou they asked Chief Hill yesterday to in- vestigate and ascertain for- himself whether the, rumors had any founda- tion In fact. 'Chief Hill, accordingly, the brewery yesterday with a number of officers, and explored every nook and corner of tlie building with- ogt finding the slightest justification for the rumors. inches, and he weighed 220 pounds. BLACK WHITE Black, Write-or'! Off on CkXbM The Box, lOe. ;