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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. APH1L fi. MIR Ti�i i.t.iiinnnx.!. daily -.matt) PAGE ELEVEN THE CAUCUS ROOM OF THE UNION GOVERNMENT Ottawa. AprVj fl.-Vni'tii rnvcrn* iin e�m whlrli lillrtly in the liimkvf .mil will not break union Jailed fnmi till' outtwde. I uplink of Hip eshlniM of course. TUo rest of tl�> ��KKn nr�> 1 .iiniur.itiwly Htrdngft '� Mm ts'.rlff in not now. when Hit- forces of dcinot r*cv lire h. dentil STlpc with the Hun Meanwhile, them In no bargain. I for itMinpli'. nlrlt llif manUfa' tun r* I of urMcuIiiii'.-iI implement*.- who *n i fare of the pr>-iitK need fqr feii-nld ; food pi ort.net io prm j ' pernis than tarittJ can make him mi | in th,n hardly ex�;!! 'o say Is that Ihc pATty Hplrlt lingers on and pi-evenii a rolliplelo fit-dim. Vl'�� mwt k thiDitnh a irrca' ileal more, adversity before *n rc.lly'; h,�ii| (peaks ,>. KailRir.K thy time fore t'onfeileiatioii. They had  �p�r-, when It will drive in the uedJKe and ate IntcrcKlH. i|U�rrcle.t often and lo.d ' si,"net the a ri a inicme :�; . That time ii a very sll|{h' hold on life .:.>. oi i -d. and a ; |llelltlflll Mip|ily ol bowels 111 lliej *hape .' the Inr;;- si ni.i|orn> in Uie history of Canadian jiolitlis It uunht ; to he able to ill^esi anyihim;. No ono doubts that it will pull through I this fen�lon bin ii.'.il si ssinn u.,i:!>le | may develop, particularly if the war in In eight or its finish j I'nlon government, as It exists to day Ik a union from the collar up two heads that think an ouu- two may function a> on thai spirit of sa'iili.e which iiit-i cany us through llii- war Some da; ;he tsiif' must be o-.ei inwhlle uothiiiK sliiiii!'l be done by either pally to the djs, slim whirl will interfere with a hm 'imable adjustment on tin- bi-.s ,,f rive anil lake Humor ha ! i; that M r Mow  1 i. .|.- VeloplllR uelive illieres1 ill III I'll-! - mere pmetlciil than mm ,il  eform Hi* coni.-rein es wi'li labor, wi'n 'In- I'i i Wll'iil l'|-e)|ii|.|-s, Willi the iemltl'.--' iiioi'em> in. did not hen much frnli. hut his t'ic.hl ai tin- council liihh- w ilt\ ih" paroi.d t .' fild.s i'lijipon. oiMs-idi- of �.{ii-bee. niiui i flchf except .villi Mr Mnriih.v Milch  le-l.- till!- tecll. .Hid a.s il. llol's IIOI lll'X ! to the sliorl--,. hi.- |-|>l!e,IKIIe- Ml ' i.....u-v �.::b it. I h each couipai' lot: . ,t ' Kowell ami, advance ('.round on ih-  tin |� -tu.it t-i-;wei-n the devil and Die | -nbje> t h� was .tlmosi in fa vol ot i ii""|i sea, and -o compionline*, each piishii'.K the packini; industry over i!,e  man of il. by crawling Into his own! brink. Some people are imKInd .....mil \ say that !o Found New HEALTH O P vrratrT vnlue thnn i-.t-l and ' �ll��T ii hculth tiil'itnl. t'p In Ike miniua districtpil la luforna yoa tliut in lrs� than 6 hour* I fait irlief. In (wo daya thf pnin had left aie all well a* ctr I did unit my 5 kidneys are nrtittf quit- n.itio.-iliv.' �j (Fait leatiMuiiar tent en rrqurM S together with I'It88 tAMPl.lt if S Cfu rilli.) 5 All iemltri irll aim PiVt m � #urMonfv fttitk (tytitantee. � **  *��. ft *�J�� /or U.j o. S Natloaal Dn| it Ch.mleal Cm � *4 Cauda United . Toronto S . U. S. A4aVaaa> N. FWCo. las. Mt Mala Si.. Buffalo. N.Y. I ltl ��������! hole iiml ilra^'Klntr h"!'' after him I: I' ii ion is ever to he a sue ! i opular, but Ii . - s. tiie private rooms for members I r. tml Hint he will likeij ha', e t" be "in out or groat ly . iti't:iii"d. This explains why the old Liberal caucus room has no life In it except the lucKsciiger in one corner and the dork ilckinK sadly on the wall. The old CoiiKei vuttve cmicuia room lias a brisker appearatice titlt its brieknenB Is not due to brotherly love between tiie two partiea. Il is due to the fact thai the t'onservativ-h old and new go | there because Ii is the proper place to kd It is still known as the Conservative rootji. and no chanB" uf lab els car. hide Iks identity. The old crowd mill plays etiehie In this far corner and the new crowd if it happened to be Conservative before it was I'nlonist -finila a pleasant home there. The Liberal Unionists would be heartily welcomed il they came bill they do not seem to fael at ease there ami so they stay away. It will probably take two sessions before they set over their shyness. Thaj may look In at the door but mo�( ot them fluHli pa.st like startled fawns. The other morninf Dr. Michael Clark ventured in. The great free trailer was j?reeted with act lalm In the erntwhile HtronKhold of the protective tariff. He passed too time of day and witrT>'>nih-nt> | I'oalhurst, April " Spring is in the' air but farmers are not doing very much on the land .-u> far as seeding is concerned. It i.- hardly likely that much acreage will be .seeded until: aimiit the 1.1th. J Mr. Kin lay McUotiald was a visitor, to Calgary last week: for several ' days. I We are sorry to hear that .Mrs W.I ('. Clark of Diamond City was in tiie hospital with typhoid t'evor. ltot.ii ,\lr. and Mrs. Clark are sii k with this diseaHe and their Coalhurst friends wish them a speedy and complete re-' covery. I Miss McKean and Mr iiill were; Kaster visitors vsith Mr. and Mrs � McNeil. j Church Work. | The board of managers held a meet- ' ing on Monday evening at which Itev. | W. K. Hnrns, Home Mission Convener, I was preseni It was decided to send a letter of appreciation to Mr. Hutchison, now of Uankhead, who was formerly treasurer of the congregation. The manager j will visit West l.eth-| bridge on Sunday afternoon when u> Mr arid Mrs. ton, tvhose son is In hospital in .Dng-Undv Pte. Wooten ssya that Pte. I^stottla dtg\Dr well and experts te be sent baclt to Cauada soon. . ,|Ir. Macdonsld Is bnlldlpg an addl-ilonto hlH store this'week. ' � ' The school and village assessment notices are being sent out'these days and the annual tax notices will soon be received. If it isn't one thing. It's another, so there's no use of worrying, anyway. Takes Up Farming. Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Hamilton. left | this week for Davidson Where Mr. Hamilton will engage iti farming. At the Oddfellows' meeting on Tuesday evening Mr. Hamilton was presented! with s handsome regalia. He 'hart passed through all the chairs and has also acted as District D.G..M. Following the meeting a social and dance was held at which Mrs. Hamilton was the recipient of a club bag, the gift of the ladles of the village. Mrs. Hamilton has ueen a very hard and earnest worker In church and Red Cross circles and her plat* will ke hard to fill. Our beat wishes go with thein. ' �" ' u - . Details have been completed for the big Ked Cross hall to he held In the Hex Theatre on Friday, April 12th. Fosters are being displayed ent>,thi> affair promises to bp the, b(g even of the Reason. Good moilc 1sM bee provided, and everybody wlii . good time il ADVISABLE 10 -�taits ,n vaiio'is areas were unanimous .11 the opinion that this pole \ lias been itist; in iontuI hi securing excellent results as regards tialulng Men throughout are an ev client t'� pe ea*y 'o handle have nothing mi unlearn ami a'" >'xt eetllnglv kfi-ti in thej-work " .-c,-g' ii,.)i her who own' S fann i' '.i  i \|cit :1 Tiie Hi il;; ,i ilepnr* north of I'liiiic Allien 1ms invented a >|t . made puble the following �rn, snve '�: '.-ii nee. tn-'n i an.id.i a-i soon :m eiiorinou-- amtiiir:' �' worl- in a 1- Me' w >�r� enb .'e-l iiiilnii' 'lain dition Mi -peetlim; up Die worl. , v. . ,o| >, ,i: MiiM' i-i . tii.r 'tiiinniK rai'.v.iv troops ft* 'ii' I' a coinin Iiill Ki ep a i ouiln' Train Your System through the liver, to act naturally, at a fixed time every tiny. The hest habit in the world is the habit of health. Take one pill regularly (more only if necessary) until you succeed. Then you can stop taking them without trouble or annoyance. This ha.s been the good-health-rule for fifty years. Genuine hears signature Small Pill Smsll Dose Small Price t\ 1 | f f fV f\|1Af)| U.oally Need Iron in Ike Bloesl. Try rALLIU rbUrLL carter's iron pills The Quality Goes Clear Through ALLEN JACK LETHBRIDGE VY/E wanted the Gray-Dort " car yiell done beyond comparison. In striving to have it well done, we found the accepted formulae of motor car building wholly inadequate. We found, for example, that we wanted a better, simpler, sturdier motor than was being used in cars of the Gray-Dort class. So we called in Etientie Planche, perfecter of the Peugot motor, and had him build the splendid power-plant that goes in every Gray-Dort. We were not satisfied with the comfort of other light cars. So we designed a special body of unusual roominess, with extra good cushions, and 50 inch full cantilever springs in the rear. We found that many owners of cars at all prices had' trouble with the starting and lighting system. * For the Gray-Dort we secured the Westinghouse. GRAY-DORT MOTORS CHATHAM Throughout the entire car it is the same. Fine materials, painstaking] workmanship, correct design have made this a fine car, yet a less costly car than many thatlackitsquality. The new Gray-Dort embodies all the good features that won instant success for former models. The 4-cylin-der motor is a triumph of smooth, economical speed and power. The chassis is sturdy and quiet. The springs are long. The upholstery is deep. The equipment is absolutely complete from electric starting and lighting to the tools. New lines of beauty have been given this model. The Jiw-passenger touring car is $1,125; the three - passenger fleur-iic-hs roadster is $995; the Gray-Dort special, beautifully finisiied and with extra details of equipment is $125 above the list. All prices are f.o.b. Chatham. ONTARIO In thm Unit** Stmt- t The Dort Motor Car Company s FUNT, MICHIGAN The Gray-Dprt Motor showing the dual exhaust that eliminates back pressure. 280280 18 ;