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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1919 THE LETHBH1DGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Farmers Demanding More Say in Canada's Affairs PHB33 (JA1-LERV, OTTAWA, April pic, seem to be mucii ot an issue, but Tbo laritf discussion liavlus Iwen it Is lo Ilic members ol Iho House ol postponed until tin- debate on the bud-11'oremous. 'Hardy Is so much teeliuc let begins, nothing more Important Bhov.ji on a question at has betu shonn tban Daylight Saving has cngugcii (lie attention of of Commons during tiie last week. True, Mr. lloiv- ell has Imparted lo the Houso in- formation on tbo Imperial War Cabl- uel, and the why and (he wherefore ot the Siberian KxpedUloa; but, for some reason or oilier, only a comparatively small number ol members manliest much Interest in these subjects and they are apparently to bo found chief- ly oil Iho Opposition sMo. The question as to whether or col the hands of the clock should be shov- ed on ail hour Kay not, to many peo- ASTHMA lADOR I.IH5TAHTLY BELIEVED WITH KMil___ I on noun1 RB WDtn. ASK AXT wuaisr I UiU one. A persuu IB safe In say- ing that aot in the last ten years have the rural members byeu so agreed on any oilier subject. On the tariff such an unanimity of opinion is Impossible, But those representing rural coiistilu- fn Use East and the West are solij ia opposing what thy French-Can- aJJans call "Ilorden's All this Is hut another evidence of thy growing solidarity of Hit farmers in alt portions of tho Dominion, Thoso who fail lo realize thin make a great mistake. On Iho tariff the farmers of Ontario will hardly go as far aa those of the they are becoming just aa firm in their conviction that the farmer hag not been receiving tbo consideration that he had a right to expect. It may be pdded that tho mix- up over daylight saving has strength- ened the hands of the United Faraiers of Ontario, who aro now policing lo it as proof of their contention that the are running the country and thai the titles are not now giving the rural districts a square deal. The Daylight Saiing issue is adding Nursing Mission Tea WILL BE HELD AT THE NURSING MISSION 428 THIRTEENTH STREET SOUTH EASTER SATURDAY I At 3.30 to 6.00 o'clock Muiical Program and Sliver Collection In of the Mission Work Will Be Taken. R. N. W. M. R For Service apply tn the Adjutanti Headquarters, Rcsina, Saak., or organization of industry in which the workman not only gets bel- ter wages, but will have a great deal nore lo say in the management of the juslnesses In which he Js employed. !n short it provides (or a system or faint control by employer and eth- iloyee. Aa in the iiast, the employer is expected to supply the capital, but slnco capital can do little without la- the contention is ihat labor should have a large voJco In determining the conditions under which it works. -Mackenzie Xhig utid otuer leading Liberals have been advocating this new and, in labor circles, it has certainly caught on. Indeed it seemed lo be so popular that the Government has concluded that to adopt it would be good policy. (he Government has done Is thle: a commission composed ot recognized representatives of capital and labor will so through ihe counlry within tho next six weeks and reporl oa Ihe practicability of applying the new sys- tem to certain industries. They must make a hurry-up Job oMt; for the re port has lo be ready by May loth. The indications ire that a number of new ideas of this nature will he tried out, for the Government seems to Incline to the "uplift" school ol thought. In this respect the radicals will probably have an innings and if they do n6t scoro it will not be through aversion lo their proposals, but rather to tiie impractical nature of the eame The large employers show a readiness to get together with their workman. Indeed; their part, It is anything to head oft Bolshevism which a lot of the big men scared stiff. The Opposition has announced tha the national Liberal Convention HOT FOR GOOD FRIDAY Heady Thursday Afternoon. at Four 'o'clock. 40c a dozen Open AH Day Friday 60S Third Avenae S. which U lo elect a ftmianent leader ami draft a platform, will be held al Ottawa, August 5, C and 7. There was uerer much likelihood ot it being held any other place. From present In- cattoas D. D. McKeuzie, Mackenzie nf and Hon. George P. Oraham seem be the favored for the leader- Ip. Jut -Mackenzie King han following nick, If ft stacds by lilm will bo an portaal factor m the ultimate choice. ut -Mr. McKenile must be considered ctrlctlr In the running. Xot much now heard here ot Premier Martin's auces. indeed it would seem lliat.; the reorganization of the Utaral irty, Hoa. K. Knasvtes, after Hou. Oliver', would have more to say an almost any other n'an from tbe alrie protinces. The reason IB that c stood by Sir Wilfrid In the last glil a circumstance that counts ronily those noiv titling oa the l> position iWf. continue to loam rje on the Parliamentary horizon, r. Myers' resolution rantnf on the OTfniLieat to control the sale ot tho e 1919 train cfop suows that the 'Mtem numbers arc not allowing Is subject to suffer through lack of tcntton. Afiacd price tor 1919 wheat now 16 Ue quite out of tliounlit. r. Crerar's aUtement beine a ttronj .titnation of that. The Western mem- crs generally will be satisfied if an rrangemenl is made to preytnt the arket from going to pieces and to eep the speculator in cUeck. AB far aa the teriff concerned, if .essages from tho will effect nything, then the prairie members be thoroughly seized of their Between private com- resolutions and telegrams ie members are kept in clove touch 1th their people at home. Talk about uttinfi H up to a man. but gome of heae messaces go the limit. They reloe and root oi jihp, to be st drug store, and called Dr. fierw'i FleaMnt Tnt.tftcm np br tiw of a (nod iron tonic, such ai tablets, to be obtaineil at some stores, or that wet! known blood-maker ahd.berU tonic Iron root) barks pi forejt at Dr. Fierce't GoWen Medical edvery. i For a toflie that will frtAen m> M Wood, clean lhnd htr. PHIeU' are OMdfetMS for hoiM nw. I nxA lo safe? wrUi week smllf but >lnrn 1 hire UVcn tke ston mmUooBd mrrllciws tkrM condltkoi left an, uiiMnti at Ftsfw't an wort hf of onlsc ami 1 M TWJ (lad to Md Mt Ui.tkt HWitMiMii ot 11 Srtt Weik 1 (From Our Own ru) 1 CBANBROOK, April Tie fun- eral; of Robert Boyter, aged U, of Wardner, was hell' at Craabrook on aflemooti.: The roans lad WM 'lie. sad TlctlB of an aockJent which hmppened fataer's ranch, nines out of Trl erening when he, 'accompanied br his brother, went ottt to the pasture to the horses. the lad s were ired they ssl to rest Robert lad the nun bMween' his koees In a way that u he la; down a twig oncked and the contents of the '.44 calibre rifle' entered his tliie near'hti! right Assisted his eltren-ycar-old toother, Tom, wonnded ltd made his way wrer a "the rifle with hc'm'. Doctor .WeKhtncm was called and the boy was raiaaved to the Ward- and ttettct to the St. En- Hospital where ie died four hours later, thonch all the surfeons awl nines to Bta life. Boy- Mr farallj1 fitTBerly residents o[ Crasbrook and thejr have the sym- >atlir of'mahjr MlsiJt In the con A depotatton of Baiprre Producers' Atteoiatton walM torernhwot Md (Mr rfewt a lo BrttMk Bm- all the work) to trra aKMd com- over Mttral tries and to netrtnl oonn- tries. The akn snmntH (rohlbition of fnm oosritries for a unit at after the t-l{ The Mornfnj that reply of the (oVirniMM sat- Isf.clOTT to the wktch was of tsit CWM (erests of nan to awl hi Ue sowta CORN SYRUP The Syrup for Pancakes A golden stream of Crown Brand Corn Syrup it the moat debdout touch you can gnre to Pancakes! Sad the day when you are big to enjoy a slice of bread1 ipread thick with Crown Brand! In the Kitchen, there M a constant call for Crown Brand Cora Syrup for making puddings, candies, Cottld that day erer come? Ward it' off! 'Grace your table with' a generous jug of Crown Brand Com Syrup, ready for the dozen desserts-and it will truly V For maidng Marmalade and other we recommend'our Lily White Com Syrup. In and 20 pound SeUbrGrocmewywIi Co. Limited, Montreal The Canada Starch ;