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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD Thursday, May LETMBRIDGE DAILY V IITAiLUHID 1 Hirild Ltd ev.ry MMNll It III OHIO, Albtris, A. 1UCHANAN Munig ng tm_ And DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 ytmr. oy Hg s months, bj man month 1 month, fleaireil. new and c must bo THI BAILY HIKALO FOR AT JaSrwn .Drue' L __ Dlimond Diamond Youns A To R w pruf-Co. ffewllton B. C.-World Wide Splftctw B J i %WII i D L McCrea Bromr Brown, Bros. fth 3 Druj A Book The Japileson r Co 70S RlversMm j Alto all C. P. R- THE WEIKLY 1 year In 3, months ana aisinti advance 30 6 mohths in adrance FROM THE FACT attained its present the birthday ot Queen Victoria of beloved memorj, tjie Her. reign was In one sense a revolution, tue. revolution of the ou governraeiit a the bringing about twenty-fourth day of "she set a shining )0rpetuitv be as a was u change from the holiday. Hence the of the courts of the Georges, and :a purification and or a royal domestic life which The reign of -the late Queen is homes of the iSBOciated with the arrival at was this, in a great, measure, the great British Empire, in the building up of ho consolidation ot .with its. (jrsonallty, played a great part. She gave us tho "tone aps in no other reign have "the faith that made us ru een so many statesmen .Through this her ho have acconipi'shed to and when, hicb have been deeds of Empire. of age it nay be tor this reason that some ersons are wont to stjle the thing which is noblest; and which .is ire Day. This, however, is a as our Dominion is ake. Empire Hay, as considered Victoria's reign marks the is the 23rd ol Maj Jt our present consolidation, apart ty and strength, A few cbools >vhen the sb-e been, on the iro1- out Vivfdty Canada.. was in rebellion, a rising in Upper Tho tnoio tho Quebec election turnp arc studied the moie apiuirent it bocoines that tho hi? the Dordeir udbliiet exorcised mighty little iurtuento lu thit pro- Isn't it funny but; the 'man who throws the mosl dirt .In an election 'campaign is generally the man who poses as tho biggest saint.. The elect- ors would .'ndvlBQtl1 In giving sucn men a, wide berlh. The leaull In about cooked any chVnCes William Tafl ot ie- noiniimtlon for ttM Whlto House, Dtmcmn MurshaH owns it papoi1 big Tnrm at Olds, Alberta, andhaV'quite-aa much atttke in this nb Mr. Panlah, and llwro mo no': pro-ressional politic- ians coming fioui a man who it> con- ductlngf'lils third campaign and has lost' his 'deposit, and from all appear- ances will lose it again. The Reaion Why (Calgary .Mbe'rtun) Mackenzie is the strongest of the new cabinet ministers, which explains why ,Jio is subjected to'' the largest share of the foul and untruth- ful abuse of the petty press in this contest. "Just Won't Work "What do you think of this Idea of the "It. >w6uMn't replied the baseball fan. "If you undeTlook to put an umpire out time tho crowd; Iiissed him'the game cbi.ldn't go on Star, headed by Mackenzie, the editor of a "'-VictoriarDav is one-allied republican paper Long before sh.ig 'the ajjntfment Ia government, but was forced to re sign his portfolio and retire from pub ic life because of serious irregulari ,ies in his department The Consei -iitives enay.- should have been able to make a better -choice than .his. No Danger (Edmonton, Bulletin) The newly, appointed Dominion lanti gent at Athabasca .Landing'presided I a Conservative-nieetlhg there'the ither evening It was one of Mr Bordeivs claims last summer- that ivil servants1 take part election canipaignB, and that if hey did so they should be disdiarg- d Does the civil in ques- IOH, or anybody else, expect that he .ill be "fired" in ie provincial bye-election? Why They Are Not Reaching South (Morutng Albertan) The Calgarv Herald complains that the C N R. mid 0 T T. are not in Calgary now, and H knows right well and none knows petter :why are not here The reason is tbat the C. P. R stool In the breach and with the enthusiastic applause of the Her- 14 anH it, [i-ionH.. B B Bennett, our local member and then-C P, R. so- railways '-back with a large, knotty legal obstruction club. The C. P R is responsible for the new roads not being into Calgary, and the Herald is an accomplice both before; and aftenthe-fact: er partj is somewhat accom plice. Cheated tlwt'a silk" hat, Henry? Mr. dear. How much as if Why, it-mis ?800. de.ir. I What! Eight dollars, and' not' a bird or a ribbon or p. feather on Yonkera. Statesman. y Sime it With do you think is the most difficult tiling for a -begin- ner '.to learn, about an automobile''" keep, from .talk- ing about it all the Blade. P l' harm Land Snaps 320 acres All steam plow land, with, 210 acres -under cultivation, fair good well; all, fenced. Crop goes %wllh tho Jam! and land can be had at 525.00 per terms. 640 acres All atcain-, plow laud, iicroB under. cultlvntlmi; ail fenced; good 'tlon of the countij failures unheard of. TJhiB Buottpu can bo had at I per acio on reasonable terms 320 acres All steam plow land with .acres .under, cultivation! UtiO: acres' crop, balance in summer fallow. Fair build- lings, close to townv'aiul school; .1 splqnclid buy at per terms. Ciop goes with land. Freeman MacLeod Co. r v Dominion Block Phone 1212 .Distinction my son.' "When a man talks a great deal what is he "An orator, my boj "And when a woman talks a good deal, "what is she "A -Statesman, Ancient and Modern Heroes Arnold Winkleried had 'just gather- ed the 10 Austrian spears into his breast. "How did you have ;thc courage to do they asked him. "I got used to he replied, "by crowding my way into tho street car among the t! o'clock rush of shop girls' hat i And thus we are ed to reflect .hat men -are.'.born for heroism. Dangerous Innovations Galileo had announced his discov- ery that uorld moves. 1 That is aii revolutionary [did the magistrate, "take him to ail" Whereupoti the great iuan reflect id that even though the world did the judiciary always stood Hon. A. G. McKay -Examiner) Hon A. McKay, late leader of Ontario Liberal .Opposition, has succumbed to-the callof the west. He intends to.ltake; up residence and practice law in Edmonton, and, of course, take a hand IP politics. For Hon Jlr McKay is naturally adapted to political life He ia an able and effective man, both a speaker and as a constructive'critic. He partic- ularly shone in pewsloiuof the Ontario Legislature, "where his pres enoe appreciated as it be missed in debate on important pub- lic questions, on which he was well informed' A public man's is often determined by the enemies he has made, and by this standard Mr. McKay was a useful man to his countrj and a formidable opponent, for a molt determined and attempt was made fo he him out of public life. Sift he was appreciated and Is now appreciated more than ever by sentint-ant that .counts, un- prejudiced and unbiased. The Hamil- ton Herald (Independent) speaking of Mr. McKay's .reported departure from Ontario, says tersely, and'.truthfully "It this St. so, Ontario hag lost and Alberta, has gained one of the ablest Canadians of this generation." j Knew-About Hobion Representative Hob8on''of Merrimac ap war scare and other tame, was idlng toward Washington the other ,y when a accompanied y a small boy, mosied over to him nd inquired' "You're Captain Hobson, aren't admitted .Hobson. said the man, "if you have no objections, I'd like to introduce .my little (o you. I think it Tuould help him with his American history to meet a ivar hero So Hobson acquiesced "And th-a fond father asked the boy, "let's see If iou can .remem- ber what it was that Captain Hobron did." asserted the1 .''He's the fellow that blew up the Cleveland Plain Dealer. to Listen "Can 1 talk to jou a few minutes'" asked the life insurance agent. replied the supenotendenj ot the factory, "If you don't mind walking aboutjhe building with me I haven't really'the "That's all said the agent, "I'd -rather-.move-around-a little, any- how." The superintendent led the way out to the pattern room, thence into the woodworkers' depprtmont, stopping moment or tno to converge nitb some opernthe, and took hit caller at last. Into the room where the huge hammers A ere filling the with their unearthly din. he said, yelling into the ear of the life insurance man, "I am ready to listen to you.. Go Tit-Bits. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIIXE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 YOU WILL NEED FLAGS FOE VICTORIA tiAY WE HAVE THEM. The Red Crow Drug Book Co. Limited T. H. McCREAOV, Mfr. PHONE 9M. Insure Your Crop Against The Canadian Indemnity of .Winnipeg, liave recently o_b- tained a charter from the Prdrineicrl Government for tlic writing'" of HAIL INSUKANCE in thi.s-yroVii.ee. This Vompany "'is.financially sound and losses will promptly paid. Full' information- obtained from this office. j f' All classes of insurance written, including Fire, Life, Accident, Em- ployers' Liability, Live Stock, Boiler, etc." H. J. H: SKEJTH l Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 Thisils It! What? A snap for the, most careful investor, it adjoins Queen Victoria Park; the best buy in the city. Yours for per lot. Terms 1 -3 down, balance 3, 6 and 9 months. Where Sunalta Block 1, 6 lots. Exclusive Sale. Sixth Street MITFORD GO. Opposite Inrettment Phone 1235 ;