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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDOE DAILY HEKALP Frhlay.Mfly "if I; n LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMIIH Wt? J by the Letlttrldse Ktri'j Co., Ltd., at office. Alterta. W. A. BUCHANAN >MONI: 1224 WlfiBlna Director T. YY. QUAYLE Minvglng Etflter JOHN TORRANCS PHONIi Advtrt'llni 1252 1 taooths, df'.lTcreA 3 iroatta, J noaliu dellTcred BA1LY SUBSCRIPTION KATES W 1 year. br y t by mill .t. 1 by miU chaired u often td, but THE DAILY HEPALO FOR SALl AT Re4 Cross Book Store; J. G. Co.; Jtcison A Co.; AJcr- BJidra Kesny i AlUn. and the couiilry'dcmmnciug the Liberals. The campaign re- sulted in a rant for tin- only veal loyalists, am) since then the name Dumtouulil bus seldom been heart! of in Canada, lie is just as distinguished a British General today as ho was llu-ii, but tlic parly which made him an issue have thrown him into the political junk lie didn't serve' their purpose. The times luvc changed. Sam Hughes, who very aptly describes himself as a "hot air is now a minister. The loyalty cry plus millions of tiust money won a victory in.the reciprocity campaign. Col. Sam Hughes has quarreled a British General, lUe oilicer sent over by the Mother Country lo assist in organizing the Canadian militia for the defence of the Kmpirc. Particulars lacking but doubtless the quarrel was on a question of au- thority. If the (ii-ncral disputed the Minister's authority be doubtless was wrong, but at the same lime Col. Hughes will not now work up farewell parades, engage young ladies to sing, nor rampage up am! down Hie country Hag waving. The boot is on the other foot now. Doesn't it all go to show Ihe utter insincerity of the loyally CHCS? THE ANNIVERSARY OF EMPIRE THE TWENTY-FOURTH OF MAY rings in what is, .perhaps, the most popular holiday of the year.-_ This.is. so'in'lhal, cfter the rigors of winter, nature has put-on a warm and sunny 'smile, and welcomes one arid 'all to participate under' its genial influence, iii outt6f-door pleasures. v i'' Victoria Day, as the anniversary is more has come to be regarded.as Empire Day. This is due lo the. associa- tions For. so far..as: branches great British Empire are eoncerncd.Ht.was in the of VictcnS'that theseJpractically started to now are, parfs'wluch' Add'.solidity and Oflicially the name is still mil there is no more lasting monument in the Dominion than this one of sentiment to perpetuate the niemory of a sovereigiijwhose iiHine during her reign -.was revered in all parts of the. Empire she ruled. In regarding the day'as Empire Day we are reminded of a "luisl that bus been hiinded'down to us. In observing il.as such, while still preserving the original sentiment, we enlarge on the "same in that Empire stands for unity, in loyalty to a common fountain head. If is only fitting that a reminder'of. the day should be in: sli.lled into the young by patriotic observances in our schools. The spirit of the day thui> inculcated will serve, much in knitting together the various units which'go to form our Empire'pppula- Uqn. It will make them feel as one in that, no matter how it is sought .to be brought about, the one great, course of action will be of adding lustre to that particular part .of, the Empire lo each one belongs, to further add to 'the might and to the rnajesty of the whole. The British Empire has been the greatest civilizing influence in Ihe world. It. has done much" for raising the moral tone and giving a belter appreciation of life lo on.uhHe.ss thousands of individuals. is an Empire which has'crcafcd a sentiment which has brought oul limes out--of number-ail that is best in human beings. The deeds of heroism which adorn the pages of its.history- have been the.outcome iU.teachings of duly. Men have done much in sublime devotion to Ihe Slag which stands for Empire. The spirit which-the senlimenl of Empire calls forth li'as its reflex on 'other actions. The sense of national duly brings into realization the duly which one individual owes another, and plays'an.important part in elevating the eve'ry day life of the people.' THE VOICE OF THE CHARMER TT IS OXLY TO BE EXPECTED from men like Mr. Cockshult that they should raise their voices against any reduction'in the tariff on agricultural implements. -.When he says thai lo make a reduction would be to penalize.industries which manu- factured accessories used in the manufacture of farming imple- ments, it is the voice of the charmer. he never so Mr. Cockshult will not persuade' the .-'Western fnriners that in the matter of the tariff on agricultural implements -hie; have not a real grievance. The agricultural industry is the most imporlant industry in Cotiada, and needs the first consideration. In all the tariff reduc- tions made the farmer has nol had one whit of consideration. Bul.whal is to be expected from a government thai is. .controlled by the "interests." What mailers it even if it be true, as Mr. Cockshult stales, that agricultural implements were being sold cheaper in Canada than in any other country in the world. Cheapness is after all only a comparative term. Considering what thcifarmcrs of the West nre up against, as compared with others more happily placed, they are entitled to have things made for them as easy as possible. 'Vthe argument lliat they are supplied with implements more '.cheaply than others elsewhere is no reason for retaining wlial is. taking into.consideration circumstances here, an unjustifiable tariff..'-... OUR. POINT OF VIEW Vicloria Duv tomorrow. If ;i beetle ran Lie found that has a uarljcutar relish for juicy; culvvorms, all the t'anners establish hectic isiciibalors. A holiday forever was the dictum of Canada's lawmakers as a Irihule to Ihe memory of Victoria the lie sure and keep' Hie lioliday. The sight of Pellctier and Blomliu waving, the lirilisH flag in 1 Ontario and shooting holes through it in Quebec should eslahlish j all good Imjieriidisls in the Conservative fnillii The 24111 of May continues to be one of Ihe patriotic holidays of Cunada. Celebrate it in honorjpf, the. btloved Queen whose reign was such a glorious" en-'! ergy. Tomorrow is the day of days in Ihe British Empire. 1; Evidently tlic cily council.hus decided jlfat Lcthhridgc does not need :i fillration planl for a few years. -iVy-llml-iiinc every- one will have acquired a'house will then decide that a filtration waste of nioncv. C. M. O'Dritn threatens to friends m Rocky Mountain aiid appeal to Edson elc'clors to make him once more the Socialist in .E'dnxpnton. After four years of O'Brien the legislative li.ifls up uorlh-will have .iOjlpok elsewhere for. thrills. Tomorrows program should please There's soccer.fpr the Old Cpuritrj-men, baseball for.Ui'c.'Jaiis, horse rac- ing for the speed fiends, shootingJor.thc and a general good oul a good holiday away froiii the cares of. business.' Just .what sane argumentsican be advanced'against (he sub- way bylaw Ihe Herald-is at tq find With work of the C. .P. H. and the good, will of IbV company in Ihe balance, if looks hardly justiiiable.to'ippose especially since it has been admitted for the past two or three years that it is necessary., It was a big election issue at the municipal elec- tions in 1911.' OF CANADA 07C nnn tif PltfUU Tol.1 Assets (Oter) Distance is No f H against c.srty.iiig on your banking easily and. conveniently. Jnst'roail us your grain cliequcs, 'money orders .'or cash for deposit, your notes', or collection, or your cheques to be caslietl, wisli'your'pass; book, and we can handle' your account RS satisfactorily as if you.iyere present.for each Banking by Mail Is'a great savcrof tirae'aml travel, fisk olir'Manager alxml it. LETKBRIDOE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH O. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KIIJO, Atlg Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WAIKEB, C.V.O, LL.D., D.C U PtttUtM AUCXAJfOER LAIRD Kay AIRI> Central Mtmta Asslilanl CAPITAL, THEEMPinBTHnKATENEJ) WHKN SIK FREDERICK BORDEN was Minister of Mililu and disputed the claims of Lord Dundonald to authority, the Conservative party made it an issue in a general election. Lorii Diindonalti xyus starred. Big fn'rcwcll sendoil's were organ- iicd. Young tremulous voices engaged to sing TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS Tie CanaHian Bank of Commerce, by rftMn o( lu large number of In Province of Canada, with representation In London, f.r.a' New Yoik Poitland, Ore., Kcjlco and Si. John'j NCd., Apnu and oy lliil Bank overcome Ihe onnoyitg difficultly of obuinlng fundi e In where alien If J. e. kinntn.elc..cJ.n te or purchased x, Branch" -1 C G, Mgr, THERE'S a McClary in your lustily gladly (eiljoa nil aUsul saving and health-policing feature's ul r-iLCi.irys Furnace. It" will payyimlo rcadtiie litest Sunshitie. booklet. our nearest office for A copy. "I Never See You Busting" said Mrs. White "ytfrliU-, Mrs. White, I'll confess "that I don't have to do much dusting since we got our iMcClary's Sun- shine Furnace." You don't say so, Mrs. Wright. 'What difference does that make? Isn't one fur- nace the same as Hi icl! you, Mrs. White McClary's Sunshine is ceitainly different from our last furnace. It's a clean furnace. It has what McClary's call a sure-acting- dust fine." "A dust flue, eh? "Yes, and when George, my husband, 'rocks' down the ashes he doesn't have to break his back shaking the Sunshine, you know the dust ail goes up the sure-acting dust flue. Itdoesn'tcome up into the house." Wish our furnace was a Sunshine, Mrs. Wright.- And you should just see Mr. .White after shaking our fi'irnace. Mad Well, I should say so. And he sure looks his name. He. is. WHITE. His suits are ruined, he declares, as soon as be gets and. he swears that the thing is not a furnace at all, bsut a patent coal-consumer gotten out to benefit the coal man." But why not get your husband to put in a Sunshine furnace, Mrs, While You can persuade him to do most anything for you. And it will cut down.yqur coal bills. .We burn a third less coai with (he Sun- shine." LONDON ST. JOHN, N.B. WINNIPEG VANCOUVER SASKATOON EDMONTON Your will tliew Mlurally you don't wknt out of It. Neither do to ride in leu security and comfor Just For a joke Might as.Well Hear It at Horns "I went lo the races at Lexington 51 fM the Oroncti. "Did you go brokol" aslfd tlio Hooh "Saw, h-jt that's Ihc -wny I came re-plied tiie natl Enquirer. don't ifalnjc.'p'e to discUas' before tbe eM.drea, i" "Oh. ma. Wo'to heated IQEO tt.lnxs fllsciiEscd a dozep. Umej on the stage this When Everything Gives Way The most terrible tnmftlcs amon's womeo are forgotttn when another darao [3 needed to jlay Wdge. I shoulrl think you could get rid of that young rein before 11 o'clock." "That you don't lir.ow Char- very well, mother. When he gets darted talking at-cut himtcll there's no stopping ve got two good of >ll- bul Il> (he captain's house we've we kin leai'O half of tho loot right hcis of havln' to spill with Mm at "Old chap, didn't your bitter Ji merit icH you not (o maKc- that Invest- "N'o, my belter Judgment never fells me anything until after 1'vo gone and rr.aOe a Jool at tnyscll." WE SELL DUNL0P TIRES Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110. 5th' St. .5. New Barnes Coal Mine LUMP, MINE RUN OR SCREENINGS by the ton or carload lots PHONE 1479 0. O. ft- Martin's Baggage Transfer 386 nd phc'mft se Our Services VVH ACT A9 EXECUTpli AND TRUaTKB OUARDIAN OF INFANTS, AND COMMITTEE OF 'LUNATICS -V; ETC. f We undertake financial agencies of 'all kinds, invni Mdjcollec; dHldena., interest ami agreS" paylS OIVE BU8INE33 TO LOCAL ENTERPRISE. The British Canadian Trusts Company Conybeare Blac.lt, LethbiWjt, rfc C. F. f. Conybeare, Esq., K.C., D.C.L, J. 3. HaMsn, Manager and ;