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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HEHALD Faur Degrees Below Zero fnsidle a dish of our Ice Cream, which is madeira rich crgam, and flavored witfafelected fruit Music by Gaskell's Or- cKesfra every afternoon from 4 to 5. Confectionery and Ice Cream Specialists. i' "We Excel in Quality" DR. McRAE TALKED ON "IMPERIALISM" Everything baking day supremely 'you always ve, use only FIVE ROSES FLOUR BETTER CAKES BETTER WKE OF THE WOODS MILLING CO HE modi salt -STC eat. The frtct that we put salt on all mid Jn bread, cake ami pas try antl cheese shows1: the importance of using im absolutely pure SHE lire using WINDSOR noone could make me believe was any better salt in the whole world than'my old fitaridhj- 52 11 DSOR ii Soott-r-Th'ero.''; goes Dr. Swellinan. a' he? lie treats the other CHIEF JUSTICE AND HIS RELIGION Ma% lecent i'l health ot OhleE Justice Lord 4hoi stone has gnen use to speculations in regard to his piobahle successor an-d add'ad interest lias boon given lo tha discussion Ijy tho of the eligibility for the woolsack 01 Attor ney Geneial Sir Rufus Isaacs Is a Jew. There is good aiithorit) for that the Attorney General s religious faith does not -evclndp the woolsack from the range of Im ambitions Pro mier Gladstone in introducing his Re ligions Disabilities bj which Ro man Catholics to be made elig ible for the Loid Ohancelloishin em nhasized the fact that there were uo legal obstacles to the offlce being held "by a by a Mohammedan by a Buddhist, or a LEADER CLINE IS WELL LIKED I. the minv complimentarj romaik" passed yesterday morning about the Lethbridge Citizens' Band and its popular bandmaster go for anything, Lethbridge people are very proud of this musical organization which has b-een practically built up from nothing into one of the finest band-; of the west; during'the past eight months ft was i big day for the band which did itself proud in its morning per- foinjap.ce t bpys were... out early., in their new su ts, and presented i natty ap pearance which was pleasing alike to themselves and everybody who saw lein. These uniforms ave the result of their hard .winter's work, and.the band organization is to be compliment- id Incidentally a pleasant surprise 'was sprung on Bandmaster Frank Cline o whom must be given the honor for bringing ;the band to ills present high state of. efficiency as a, musical organ- nation About o clock the bo> assembled and parided to Mi dines residence where he was surprised not >nly by -being serenaded so early in he moinlng but also by the prasen atioii OE, behalf the members of he iband of a luxuHously upholstered Head of.Calgary College Addi esses the Local Overseas Club feature at Ihx, Overseas Club Empire Day concur In the SOU hall lust atoning wai a reipaiknbly jntislvo speech on 1m ncriaUsm by( Dr A 0 AlacUar o Western Canada- College Calgarj whiclovu's recqived byu fair audience with unbounded 'enthusiasm. It was a speech wcJUwoito'tiklng sciloush to heart ind its authot is to be warm Ij complimented on' 1U> intelligent .Dr. Macltae after being introduced G F P Coujbearc the chairman, spoke in part as follows :.Mr. chairman, ladies and gentle- men: 1 'count it" an honor to be In vited .to'.address your club and a double honor to be asked to speak on a subject for hich 1 the greatest admiration; The fast, time I -iivas in of years ngp I wmdered ttiioufeb, Wr-stminstci Abbey.sand Cathedral, and there I. was'.thrilled as I gazed at the splendid mausoleums cf L'jritain, and tho -British; here was the house of England's: royal i dead and here was the final resting place of so many of her spirits. To visit-v.siich shrines is .to visit the bonds of. im- perialism and to chain, us to the char lot'.Cf'1. the1 Empire "and -to be led cap live by th-3 dream of. a greater Brit- Un yet to be I would scorn to be a jingoist and equally a, little Englandcr, but 1 glory ImpE'riallsm.. Js-it nothing to be of one race ami kindred with the my rind minded Shakespeare 'and th f earl-ass fighter Drake, with the grea Cornwall and the glorious Nelson with Chatham.and Pitt, derful 'Wellington1 :and the, Chlnesi Gordon, It, is .nothing-to be-the he! of the best in a race that breeds rriei whb.-can sacrifice 'oven life'itself on the quarter deck of a Birkeuhea'd into the mouth of hell at Bala cluva? On the question of nationality I take it for granted that we are a agreed.. We not -'ston to discusb the issuos of nationhood at this time Let ft-sufnce'to-say in passing that the whole past of mankind points to nationhood and nationality as the one way In 'which human Jt could and did unfold Well then says the champion of nationhood Is not. this the'jiujqs'tj powerful of reasons whv Gin-ida should not be liotmd to Brit tin ind iMtlsh thoughts Canada's Future Phis biings ijs to face with th-3 issues. Canada lias but. three pos sibilities in the? future nimely mde pendence, annexation or imperial fed- asy chair Mr Cline eiilion and bv the list afcen by surprise, but acknowledged" he tribute in a tow words o'rprnise all greatly appreciated b'y Frqm there they to the )allas Hotel, where .C. J. .EbUstorm -as presented with a letter- from the and: turning over to the city the uni- forms-, in which the boys appeared, This-letter will be presented at the next-meeting'bf the council by Pre- sident Eckstorm, of the band :com- mittee, and the uniforms will.then be- come the property of the city After this little feaUv.'t, of the morn- ing's entertainment was over, and the hoys hatl regaled the large open-air audience with a few choice select-ions the band was entertained at luncheon by Mr. Eckstorm. Open air concerts will start next week if the band stand on Gait Park is erected, and Lethbridge people 'wjll have an opportunity of hearing quite frequently a 'band which rivals the fa- mous Black Eagle