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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SAfCBDAY, APRIL 19, THE LKTHBHIIMiK DAILY Knighthood Not in Flower (By H. F. GADSVY) lu flower these There Is i to believe that Mr. Xtckle's not not fit iulo "our democracy. He a serious menace to uur life ti ss a nation. He lifts only one eye resolution, when 'it comes j the othoi- Is ou the title gtv- it ever be .headed I era ill RnglatiJ. iif. as H was Uei time, by a peevish[ iw' .............____ bluff on the part j Country has run out of K.C.M.G.'s; I KX'.B.'s, JC.B.'s other big potatoes ed llial -Mother t iljiiig to c.-cape In Canada. i iXew Year's honor Kings Uirtliday i honor lists aud Dominion Day Hits, the i calendar Is more Ihnii crowded with I vi lulfcr Knights, Spring lUiisliis, anil midsummer Ktitghta. The only Bights! we can call our own are the Autumn' nights 3ifl they loo arc- spangled -with, Kveii" the jewelled finnaniem liQii KOt fho and iu for j decorations. The Who's and For (til Canadlau Kuigtithrjol would As a mnltor of (act want uf coufld- fnre in (Jnio.u (iOreru.Reut is not an throughout the country ami therefore Union tJovcrn- iiunt would be ill advised to take chances whh waat ofconlldcnce mo- tions. It i3 just conceivable thai Itemtiii migtit take Premier ftorfon at .this won! and jolt Iiim and his akfoci- ato-s off tlio jcb. Above yll Union (iovenmiont should avohl risks with knighthoods, world has .jtist Ijtan roatfe ?afe (or democracy and this i wiuatry ta more than ever canfirjiied In" its opinion that the tin rjDt stuff Is no Kcod, IL IhiU-tWe are still for the colonials, and I hat slio has ou hand now is O.B.K.'s wlilch is the n.ere gpioack of aristocracy tind not worth haviac. That being fho case we can very veil cut the Knighthoods out. U will be for the good of our national health to say cooil bye to titles which are a disease of symp- toms pride, coueelf, and vanity, the three gratnl divisions of the nodal L. The'rich men want to pose as gentle- men, wlille the officially great want to at perJOBa of imperial signi- ficance. The rich man ivants Ihu 3 tamp on his dollars, while the big wig wants the ft tamp on Ins medi- ocre talent3- It is 1he weak spot of sonic snobs In Canada who would like j deoiocncy that we" are all so fond of, lo bo kniglili sonic day. hut consider- that wants to be iiiK Ibai lliere are about eijhl lyillion ari higher than .everybody else. _ 'who ;trc ujtjujsecl to lilies, it is not likely that the tuft faw u ill get their war. _ Only Ihe bth- day'two red tabbed' gentlemen in the Miliiiu Department shook the dust of Ottawa off their, fee! in some dud- geon. Their promised tittpjs had been so long delayed thai their, hearts were sick. They iiad been cJcpectinE the stroke', every morning for a yea'r past aud wore indeed playfully calling each other King George {.tiln't We bare proclaimed equality and have thereby declared the rishln pi the en- vlotfs. This country has mshy seconfl- fttRbUloa that would fain be es- teemed SiKh i3 the philosophy of Ihia curse of Knijttthood. The present statue of toe title uro- jest "oook to make a dog laugh. j old toy. as 1 remember, got it for liu; a royiil flush, llis specially cousumjitivt' sanitariums. The first one be called, the King Sam- i tarium. the second the Queefa Alexan-J dra Sanitavluui. the third the Quyft .Mary Sanitarium, ami he was just aljsut to his linml v.itli a. King! George Sanitarium when Knighthood truuipcJ in and slopped tlie game. GlENiODVILtE NEWS (FrAm Our Own Correspondent! J trn at iiresent. Mr. Williams, a new arrival. han It bottlnii up and is sit- ing oti Uie lid. Tlie case is reported o it a lienl one, and Mr. Williams erects be out again soart. Burgess put one over his [deed's last Sunday, lie failed lo appear at which is a very unusual thing People wondered.- Did he aavc the Xo. Wliere was He I'-d to Woolford. .Yei___ day die town was thrown into excite- ment by tlie that Milt was mar- ried to Hazel Xefsou, o- Wooltord. The- young people are rejoicing, as (here is a freb wedding dance coui- up and Tom Archibald has'to pay! for the house, which he agreed to ilo if Milt could find anyone who would marry liim before (he luth of the current month. -Milt won Tout lost out. And everybody will he out for'the csnce of the for to returu wearing tha{ incurable smile. hope wou't wear off. FOOLISH question No. 1199 TVeji, 1 maybe it-sounds like But com- pare for a moment the illmtratiorij above. They show pretty will what we're driving at;, unfess'a blade u (tropped regularly it develops an edge very like a Mw .and causes that "puHlnj" and ifter-smart- inf of .which you cornpUin. foturr, you Me, trfonnt UK MM-Kke cdfi tMt tt- wlt All- rens H, ,M. Horn 69, S. Kii..z N. Mscletnl 95, 1.. FeinsleW 37, G'.rMc- Jlahon 54, A. 52. -r :v made tp.nare' (he city's aeroplane fir escort OTCT tho triumnfial marcfeA oi Winnipeg's rotuniac righllnf M few short years ago this part of North Arneirica was wild country with only the Indians as habitants.: Then came adventurous spirits frow everywhere, but from Eastern Canada and the States particularly and found the prairies so fertile that they a .veritable gold mine in wheat production. And the "mining" of wheat to this day. Our farmers are making moriey but in most instances it is at. the expenselof the land because very few putting anything back into ihe land-to take the place, of the wealth they take out. CANADA'S FUTURE1IES IN DIVERSIFIED FARMING. More live stock with the grain is the big need. There arc two big natural aids to [his. The climate here is very nearly ideal for stock raising and the soil produces splendid yields of alfalfa which goes a long way toward solving the feed problem.1 It is probably true (hat tremendous yields .of wheat can be produced at years out of five on our wonderful soil for perhaps ten to fifteen years more, but the yield will1 soon begin to ,de- crease and'continue to do so until the land is worn out. v This is has happened in older communities and then it was a long and costly process to bring the land back to its original fertility.1 Western Canada should, and We believe she will, learn ihe lesson of scientificja'rrning without' taking th'e long and costly route. _; The present big market for live stock should be enough incentive for any farmer to build right this year for a future of regular annual prosperity because, where live stock, including cattle, hogs, sheep and chickens are 'combined properly with grain, there are no lean years such as we have known in I he past. '_ Many farmers have seen the. need, of more iive stock and are building fast as possible. We hope to see every farmer do the same thing and thus make sure the Big Future for this great country. YOUR live stock start this year or increase your herds if you have already started, "V v'Use our free.plar) service to help you build their homes right and your-future be _ than if you build plans. Our men, our slock, our service are a( YOUR service all the time. OPERATING RETAIL LUMBER YARDS AT BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA COUTTS, ALBERTA CO ALDAtEj ALBERTA pIAJilOND CITY, ALBERTA ETZlKQMi ALBERTS HATTON, SASKATCHCTAN WHFTLA WINNlRED WRENTHAM IRVINE, ALBERTA MANYBERRIES, ALBERTA MILK RIVER, ALBERTA ORION, ALBERTA MAGRATH; ALBERTA -RAYMOND, ALBERTA STIRLING, ALBERTA SKIFF, ALBERTA ALBERTA WALSH, ALBERTA WARNER, ALBERTA ;