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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -SATIWDAY, APRIL 5, 1919 THE LETHBR1DGK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE FOLLOW THE GLEAM (8) 11. F. There his been much talk of the light In Die window and some pterlsh newspapers preteuded to Ylew U as an a signal placed to tultlc Ihe prodigal home.-' They object to beius IreatC'J as "Prodigal until National Coatwtloa U call- ed and a asininin IsiiBT ti Ttta to i slim ricnae, of. there's really notnJBc uncertain about it {a show are wiaUul stout It. Tte Hoc. Frank Cuttli, u 1 saevter, lo aae llgW. tha'pratant. Like the farmer who saw a giraffe for he said: gold' ain't no aaeh darned tasai." Thh only to show thai they do not know tbelr Bible because there were BO lights iu the wltvlow for the prodigal tan.' All lie'got "was _ vhalns and fatted calves and he had to Caivril has loot had a low tariff light find his own way home. Even. !t the 'of hie own and tt Isn't u long ago (kit Unionises were prodigal Mas and that other Ficntlnc they are OUver to wen it could not .afford-to kill any veal for But Just now Mr. Carvell has them on of tho bleu of ot the algatlUng Business aat lli-i-j The light la the wpulow' fc glaams sees acroas the wares much cieaocr-aHhough oil haa Sonushbdy la throw- up It Is put there In at Carrall faith, not tor prodigal bat for ley Mwrphy. aad old friends and members of tie faaa- laod hant lly -wlio may be wandering io on tiM orgiilsidlen in Weal cold and the dark. who carry glaas Toe last thing the light in the win- dow wants to beckon Is company, ot prodigal ions and It is calling the boys friendly tv.lnkle that notklnc but good will. It IB more than a Is warmth and a welcome and it anybody thinks that he baa to coma in through window simply because the light IB there he has anotter guess comlnj. The llgflt is a sign that there was u light and a window and a welcome behind then asked why Union government hadn't a light o! H? Maharg rather njlfled Union are not in a poaltioa to start a it ot tbelr owu, hut rumor hat It hat they will hum tbe seren per it. war duty and duty oa agri- wtture! implements to toe rn numbers' feet warm uitll they get In the fullness of now all time will have to It too, nobody gov- ensMM will treak up into Its cant a ba4 to karauiae the Meanwfcile Ifcfct kolas out' H, tat b loth, for time beinr, ti leave Union Government, which a keeps bis tack warm, and to step out 4n the cold future wfcUher rh light Instead he wts hu ewi light In the window for Premier Goui; rtoor'YwIngi" tree and Uie'Tatca atringH Is on uhe outside, took is on the outside and Ing in. do of course, come In by the1 which is'tho place to come by and riot through tlie window which is Dlace, where mosquitoes and burglars and other pests enter. Meanwhile the strayed Liberals on Hie other side of Ihe Mouse cast vari- ous doubts the light. Some say that it may "be only a light and a 'Win- with make a shelter stout planlu to for the regenerated Liberal party. Others eomplatn that, while leader MacKenife is the official signaller, he it assisted by a commit tee of tt'n, which makes the light hard to follow. When the Ilrtit Is in H many' hands It is hard .to. keep track of as a willo the now here, now .there, now nowhere at all. They're so they say until file light becomes one man's job and he Aas job for keeps. They do not erpect the light to shine steadily and dearly What did September Mora she take the plunge or did sne contlnu .....was that the light of the movement to form a Middle IfnlcM. So great was the unm- et who desired to be pres- ent that hundreds were disappointed md a of police- turainj away late ccmerr An for of New Ortaniza- IB England Times) A crowded meeting vras held at the earn them. It was time the sses organized themselves in order to'enmre that EOtne of the suuehine promUed by Mr. Lloyd George- should find its way into middle class homes. "It you are properly he concluded, "you will become the great- force In tke nation. You can pozs- IWy bold up all the workers, you could hoM up the capUallsts, or you could hold up the government. You mutt you are not squeezed or cruined and that you are placed in such a position as will necessitate a lalr-and-square deal in all thlogs, and i added" When that happened'our old would be exceeding Iheir powers, and; could not rely upon its members. House being run by a number oi groups who knew just what they wanted anil meant to get. but there was no group to represent tbe middle classes ID Ihe House, and a union was therefore necessary. John Cllizen had borne everything very quietly, with tbe rc-sult that things were getting worso and worse. The income-tax was going'up, and would toon reach j created in the men the desire for knowledge and given them a vision ot :e villagers who, while ploughing rteir tirids, can also lake an intelll- interest Iu the great world out- side by learning to read newspap- Indian troops in "Mesopotamia hare showu remarkable response to 1fce edu- cational facilities of-'tted them iy Y.M.CVA. Classes and constructive lee- tures with magic lanterns and other- wise have i carried oa which hare 20a in Ibo pound. There was a large i Xnowlc party In the House of Commons wa'nted to get hold of the tbe railways, and, in fact, everything, he thoe rifht live." Mr. J. R. Pretyman Newmar. M. P., said the7 recent election had been ca.l- Hole) yesterday in the coupon election, and men were supposed to have been returned to tho house with a ticket en them. Those tickets were worth nothing, and the life would be gone and we Fhould have to fitart on a new one. Did we want a new one? (Cries o' The (Coalition members were ou.y pledged to get peace quickly and to extract an indemnity from Germany. If the Government went beyond that they ers. The Canadian Y. M. C. A. ban erect- ed a moving picture theatre- at Havre which seats men and cost 000. Tho Canadian troops sail lor England from Havre. was held, Sir Harry BriKaiB, M.P., presiding. Mr. Kennedy Jones, M.P., presided at the principal meeting. Major Tiai inmliiVt Lawther propos- ed a resolution which stated that the had now arrived when an or- ____.____should bo formed by which the would, be enabled lo act collectively, aud, by combining j their Toting powers, to protect them-; from unjust burdens of taxation and inflated prices of the necesiltlea i of life.. resolution was andjtie meeting pledged ilself to use' every' legitimate means to ensure its succeaa. Another resolution set forth tbe opinion that the existing and intended I legislation for housing should be ex- tended to include Ihe requirements of the middle clasEec. The chairman said that women had felt more keenly than anyone the hard- ships of manyy be that gome day we will' racog' lie a communfty labor board as one f oar most potent factors in derelop- ng, improving and stablllzhzf the relations employers and em loyees." The community labor wards have an opportunity lo advise regard to all local industrial, mat- ere, except cates of pay and crier- As they arc of the 'commiiDlty, which to composed of both 'ompJoyera nd employees, they are in Inttaate contact -witfj local cocditioos und arid If their activities are prop erly administered they will a pow- erful creathre1.force, making sure, on he one the conditions sur rounding the workers are proper, and on.tbe other, that the problems of roaaageineiit are daly considenid. In Canada the' equivalent to com innlty': hsbor, boards is tbe advisory ot and em ployed, nggnted-by the pkni of the repatriation whfch, ap loinled In each work in con A Clergy-aiii'i Wife Wub Wtawa to Kaow tcnul If vonien the thous- ands of Iclters Dr.. Tyrrell has ed from gratefal wqmeii' in all parts of the world, I hanlrlfig tlm for kit wonderful Invention for latemal Bath- Inc. wbnli soon discard the med- inctlen with tie govern tp eat and look to, the cause of Bureaus." Tieir' dndes, 'tie de- their Irotitle. >5 per cent: ot all In lie' handbook of the iion commttf ee, Kboatd -be -to keep In touch irith the sunerintfndeats of local employment olllces and lo tht adrice regarding conditions, local de- mands, Tabor dEspntes, elc.; ill :OMrt, [her wonW >e the toterpretera tp the official of local feellni and ceneral conditions whlcli nare a ittrert bearing upon labor lunrorer tad Ail thai hat Mid wlttl regard to the lAmsrioea boards as to 'heir rahK to tie commanlty reatrally iamy vntl be applisd to tfeeee Cwadksi eota- Heea, and it is mf to eaca.tndi- rMaal cowaunKy who hM a W attectlsg .tin an ta the work of the aa-i to that It fuBctioBs along :.-lgtit (M local worktngliaisMplins' ly with the empioyment ahoald be Wairrnning of a better of cotamaalty lead wort thai wffl crow sor beaeflt of lire All T. M. C. A'I in Canada (oKHers aii nontki' free of are of tfce human ills are dne to> accnmnlatMl waste irt the Coton or Large Intes- tine. Warm water, properr> used with the "J. B. L. will relieve the came of your troubles and perfect health will follow. A Winnipeg clergrrnsri writei: "My iwife is naturally sensitive having her name appear In pub- lic print, yet ft anxious that others know what nae B. I.. Cas- cade' has doM for her. It realry given her a new of v life. For she has hen doctoring for Con- stipation, which henara worse each since otlag tke 'i. B, U Caa- flrtt sboat four years, ago, she has not bem.fkk a day, and hat tantt robust and Monld nnr persbfl' vHsi letter conflrvea yon are at MbWty to give my la "J. B. U Oaaemde" is an inrtti- lion, perfected by Dr. Chas. A. Tyr- rell, of N'ew York, and has during lo mtore hetHh than all otfcer cmaWMd, The B. L: ii shown and at the Red Crow' Drag Book Co., Ltd., LMkhrUce. Aak tar Booklet eittaMnf all In- Bathing and what It haa done otken. It I, It Might Have Happened to You Almost every day you hear or read of an automobile accident, a fire, a collision, a personal injury. There is np insurance against accidents, no preventive. But you can escape the financial loss which generally results from accidents. Insure your car against every possible accident or damage. It is good business. It is common sense. We offer the necessary policies. Low rates, prompt payment of principal, or any part thereof to cover damage. i'-" STONER HEAD OFFICE: BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDOE BRANCH OFFICE: STONER BLOCK, REOCLIFF. Succeesors to M. P. Johnston, and R. V. Gibbon? and Co, and at Redeitff to the Stoner Agenclea.' PHONE AND f. 0. BOX LUMBER by the Carload i The war time restrictions are happily a thing of the past. Building operations are on the boom. Lumber shipments are arriving daily. Our supplies are equal to every emerg- matter the need or thi size of the order, we are prepared to aid the vast building operation now in force and full swing. Offke ami Otatribvtinf Yard, Corner 3rd Avenue and 17th Chin >mt At theee points wt Fencing Hirdware end Fartn Imptenwnta. CamsHt Us Prleta, Plifta, etc. IM, OR PHONC LETHBNIDOE, ;