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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Sr THK .LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, 1919 West Is Awaiting Budget- Budget Awaiting Sir Robert ihe western 'ing a ckiuge at policy. As far as Sir public'i'jo're his r.oi been la-ach of .Thomas is concerned, he has expressed grea'. interest In ihe as bring confident lhat the ot Parliament during Ihe lasl week: j pivsect difhreiK-es of opinlM on ttw Iniietd, it is urclly well conceded that, tari.'l can be readily settled. tho House o' Commons is now marking Wielh.er 'his is so or not. renting to time waiting ;'uC- llufeet. There is bo seen. Many are not under.-tanJ that ihc-rtf may be tfiis view. Tariff rliasses, if they really aiL-ouitt to aay- inviHVLV (illations. of.pollcy. and i'SJiM'Mly is til's true wltUihc present ent. .while it did not The most important incident of the v.-eek. ts io ff.r as tho is con- cerned, was thp caucus of the Western members on tile'tariff to which the Western Ministers ware Invited. In reality 'tins was the first lime thai Ihe Ministers and the private mem- bers west the Great Lakes have got dowu to bliss tci'ks on this subject. ini-j'office'on t'lc- i Tiie members submitted their propos- "ic-ives 'supportchiefly'from those als, not in a peremptory but in n con- viu-.are' "rather than dilatory manner, snd they were cor- frt-i' trailers, or even low tariff men. uially received with the result that a Being onlv the Hremier.il is I frauk anil free discussion followed that nossiiilo Sir Tiioinas-While may. do much ali-rouud. Prarttc- tio; in his bVii "responsibility desire to ally every person came.away with the the Covcrnr.icat to reductions impression that if this altitude' could that ho interpreted as" be'preserved a satisfactory arrange- TheldeaThatWcm ITOLEiPROOF Hose woe made to i i save -women mending. By using materials and specdaliztxl we learned vray to proditoe thif super-qualitj'. pillions have given tHeir approval to tncvHoleproof Many wear them for their beauty alone. Charming style, com- bmcd serviceability, has made them famous. Men's, 55 c pa'pair ani op 75'c per poo and up Insist on trie gemurne. Write (01 price list acd dealers' names. HOLEPKQOf B9SB31Y COVMTT OF CANADA, LOTtQ Every Viewpoint Kirkby's Is You K-ill thoronghlr enjor yonr lunch here. Everything prepared Is Ihe verj" and the service Is excellent. You will ftnd Klrkby's lurches and afternoon leas both dainty and satisfying. Our 'tea rooms are home iike. When the MnZ aro aTay_ you not feel BO locMomi if you Jet your meals Onr.entirt mean ta well prepared and daintllr Berrctl. Tie more you knon- 6f lie the maurr- ials and cleanliness of f our haltoahop more you will enjoy your dlnoers, allerrioon and lunches. We Sell Home-made Bread, Cakes and Pastries 'And have gold medate for excel- lence at world's and International exhibitions. When you get H at klrkby's you KIRKBTS Third Avenue South Canada Food Board License Xo. 3-23S6 ment for this session, at Icust, be arrived at. To details Is, of cnofte, out of the bat what the private- members asked Cor in jeneril lenns, as follows: the abbUUpa ot the duties of agricultural implements, free cement, also the entire removal of duties on some of the grades of lumber. Substantial reductions Were also tsked for In the duties ou boots and shoes, harness, leather goods gen- erally, cotton, ami woolleu goods. Oul- side of iraplements, the. private mem- bers wan4ed cuts worth while on cer- tain necessaries of lifo. It Is estimate ed that Iho reductions asked for would nvolve.-the sacrifice of possibly W.OOi) in custom duties, plus a couple millions in the form ot war lax. As cttons sud woollens have been lally good retenue producers, Iher'e lay be a reluctance to grant the cuts eslrcd oa these. novr is the OOY- rnment has somethihj tic title before in the way of proposals from its Yestcrn followers. In the meantime hile members are at home at Uster they will doubtless tell some f their constituents, what has bjea one and ask their opinion. After Eas er. when the members return witli a ii-st hand knowledge of Western opin on, another caucus will be held auc definite positiou taken. At present' onfident lo -what will e done are knows what may.haptien, thlnt one do is to await derelopmenti. In influential Government circles .ore feeliEE of uncertainty-over j tariff situatipn, arising oat of the ear that while'.a satisfactory under- standing may be arrived at betireen he Government afcd-tts' western fol- owers, still this m'a.v .not be sutislac- to the people at h'ptnein the West. Thi5 .uncertainly Is intensified by re- ports that organUattoii .meeting's held .priirie pro- vinces "and that arrange'ments arc be- ng nude to candidates iu ridings .already.heW iyilnionist'.mem- Demands already made bers to resign have-also given Ihe'im- pression lhat the action of th'ete mem- bers on the tariff may be repudiated by their constituents, unless in lice the demands of the extrem- In the meantime the protectionists are laying siege to Quebec, Ittbcing announced that aireftort to revive tbo pafrj-.is now to at Montreal. This is the Uogicil-de- velopment of a been under -way for several weeks. It is another step In.the effort to bring Quebec and Ontario together the tariff-issue, and; one that seenjs-to have a very good chance.of being'suc- cessful. sonie of the highvtar- iff men already boast that they, have enough opposition members to offset practically ;any dejections among' the mm mmm WRUCIKtNOf HUDSOIiBAYRY. M'INNlPKtt, April speetly prosecution of the Hudson Bay Rail- ay ns far as Is possible practic- ally assured by thu Ottawa autlioritles, announced Premier Xorris tbis luoru- The premier bas just relumed from the east. Tho suni of will placed on the (or ihls session and probably this will be increased as the occasion demautfs, the premier llDlrMCI Have You Friends I MMC. F. GjmtAU Are., Montreal. "For three years, I suffered great IB tlie lower part of mv body, with sweiluif or bloating. I stir speeiiliit, wfco carefully examined me .net gave me several 'take, which did not'help me. Thea be iold me I must undergo an fttion. This, I refused1 to permit.' I heard about 'Fntil-a-liveSf tad the wonderful results it was giving because, this maluitte is fade from fruit juices, so decided to try it. The first box give great relief; and J continued the. treatment, taking six boxes.more. Now, my health is excellent I am free of pain and- give 'r'ruit-i-Uves' my warmest thanks COLOQXK. Aprlf Iii quence or the spread, of Herman1 sulkes to tli e Cologne Oislrict. fleu. Sir JUrbcrt Plummer, Jii com- ma mi ol the JBrHislt forces, on (he fihinp. Issued a procIamaUou'today or- l ho Immediate return of the A bquadro.i of airplane Hen over ibo affected Oliirlct today. Communists Motiey BKRUN, April 16. (Associates The in Muulcti reported t6 btve openeJ nogollstious.with Haly by which rulu able vood lauds belonging to Muulcli would be pledged for a IOAU of 1.004.- marks wflh which to buy food T.ate In March toe former Bavarian government of Premier Hoffmann an-J tho a poveryiuent reported I be negotiating in regard to tne de- livery of food to Dararla. Apparently the Communist government ts attempt- ing to reopen these negotiations, The vill of Randolph -He-nty, men tcTiitork aud threat euine the measures persons proinotlngr or countenancing strikes in the British zone of xxx-upation. Tlie geueral off ere J military mediation If means of settlement failed. re who died October fitrrlait, ot an estata raloed 'ai his To son, last heard of ia Cali- fornia BODie years ago, hi left a dal legtcj- of J15.000. If cVrdiiiand Joes not turn up ia It 're rerts to the estate. ZURICH, April former Ger- man Crown Princess Ceclle has taken steps to divorce her husband, ick William, according to n statement given Swiss newspapers the former Grand Dui'hess Anastasle ol Meckleuburg-Schwlren, mother of the former crown princess. The statement snys lhat it Ions has been the desire ot Cccile to divorce her husband, but I that the pressure of the Hohenzolleni family up to this time had prevented I her from carrying It out. The statement ot duellos'! charges Frederick William with cruel- ly-to his ivlfe; saying "on one occas- ion sometime ago the situation became GO unbearable that my (laughter act- ually fled from her home. She almost 1 i succeeded In reaching Switzerland. JliiE. F. GAREAU. i Orders ycre sent from Berlin toMn- 50c. abox.G trial 5iie 2oc. At all dealers or scat by Fniit-a-Utea Limited, Oiuwa. cAivernment's western following. This can only be disclosed by a division on :he Budget. It is nbied lhat on tho Opposition side there -were several empty seats when the House divided on the McMasler amendment. "These rere really votes against the resoiu- ion. .The most noticeable feature of the present House of Commons is the ten- {tercept lier ami she was captured at ihe German frontier like a common criminal aud taken to Berlhi ar- rest. cJadghter will be able before the Germair court, overwhelm- ing evidence against her liusband and will he able to prove many of tho grossest cruelty agaiiio't Jiim. His infidelities were numerous, and there is abundant proof-of thenf. His brutality .was atrocious. Oh more than one occasion my daughter was treat- ed -with actual violence. She was bruised and her face was. disfigured by her husband's blows." dency of Ihe members to speak Iheir minds. During .the-old j Berlin dispatches .by way of Zurich days the averagfe member had to be on .February if-s'aifl that Frederick careful about doingjhts. But now-' it I William had instituted proceedings for is "quite different.'. Never before was a divorce, but there have been no such, plain sgeaking hoard. Sonic at- tribute it io lax party others say that the Government dare not tatc1 any olher-.couTse than further reports on the case. The form- er Cefclle. and tlie crown, prince were married in June, 1905." The pair tyrve five chilflreti, the UUt LUhC UI1V ULIiUl' LUUtaC Lllttll tillUOv. i >.i.i. m v. their memliers to. speak out. Bs UiaUyoiingesL bavins been born iu 1915, lo to live all iil wt in- irafferixgs j they are Ediiej or Blinder trouble) Heie is be a real Aicad to jour f rinds. Tell them about Gla thej lare for .olnerfl, and'abftat tbe tbon- unds who Jftye found relief taking Ihls Persuade your friends to try a umple Mrs. James Harrir Port Bcwan toak' ihe 'advice 'of friead'and wrote .05 for a free sanp] Bear ua her'-cwa the KMr husband had laffeTed for time Trith lame" baelc aiid Kidney .He became'io bad, work waa almost imponible.' .Ko many remedies were tried witli-' out effect: that be' becarae dixpnr- agad. A; friend him '.to give Pills B trial, WBir.h did, aod to-day he'ia'almwt entire- ly cured." TQC case of .TV. T; of Smiln- .ville, Ontv it similar ia many respectt Baldwia suffered 'paia In "the back for over three years. Finally on advice from friends be tried Gia Pills, with the retult that be obtained relief bii pala after taking firrt box. There ig no need for to invent eeat in Giu Pills until Ibey have received a KimpU free and tried lien, Xr. Harris did.' Wrile lellir-i! us to tend a botfree Tonr friend's address. The National Drug t, of Canada, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, U.S. residents should addresi Co.. Main St., trj as. it .they .are speaking., StUl, with all these wide differences of opin.; ion, even 011 "sHej there.is the ment fcelns defeated this sessiou. While the Goverument apparentljr considers to allow. lowers oif awhile, to be-.fetrful of Its poEitlou oa the really bis tions. Some sooiKjudges think that iii matters were to come to an it would.--not think long about going to the country towards the wid the year. There :s no'indicatiori that an elfjctiou held thus early, would Ue wel- The former crowu nrluce is now in exile in Holland. Anastas- ie ;was a duchess ofitusEla.be- foryher marriage. Sirice the war lias been living in Switzerland. Shfe TfJlQU need- her German nationality arid renewed her allegiance to Kussi in 1914, v thousand, four hunared and sixty concerts, S.1CO cinema shows, 1.W5' educational lectures, Bible classes and good-night ivere conducted by the Y. C. A. at LAST CONCERT OF THE MAJESTIC SUNDAYNext Under MS p.m. rtction "ef J. Local Talenl- from Medicine Hat. corned, but there are.some who say i "if it must come we are ijuite admitting there is much o'ppo- j sltioa these men point lo Its fatal j weakness in that'll is not concentrat- j ed, or well directed.. Notwithstanding this confidence as to being-: able'id 1 pull through, it id probable tliat, if an j election really loomed in prospe'ct, con-; slderable. to. it would de-i velop amoiig the privale sup-1 porting the OoverirSier.t. Being com-1 promise candidates, and. with the fu-1 tnre of Unionise still uricerlain, many I of them -would consider their .chances of coming back Just now rather tin-it certain. So they would plead lay in order that an opportunity might j be had to organize the party on a per- j manent basis. The -Liberals, don't j an election for awhile, not being I in any way read'y for it-. There is an inflnenlial element on i tho Government .side sincerely I believe that an tarly election 'would be Bfcalamiiy and this elementjs ven' favorable to tariff reductions.'So there ts a force on both sides' of the House that does not want at! early appeal lo tier country. To some extent this aver- j iiion to the thought of tailing an early i pinnge plays Into the hanrls of ttioeo 1 who maintain a sUndpa1. attitude on the tariff. It to thus' easy to: see that j tbe situation confroiit'ng'lhe-western j members who sincerely want to satisfy their constituents is" not is.etuy as! some of their critics seem lo think, i fllTTINO IT POLITEl-Y said tbo mistress, "please g-3 next door and ask tflBm, if they will kindly sloii playing'for a while. Jtr. Humphrey has a bad headache. But be sure to be polite." A miiinte later Bliza strmlttctl next door. v "Mtmls' she. .said, tbliged 11 Uie tryin1 .to on an would stockings or BOftrtthlng." "Bttt this la our returned [the mistress of. "Anfl we de- barred from choosing our.owa'aniyse- a pily'you came Iht? lop slep. "When anyone ain't ibflei with two hours' picking out i'Keep.llie Home with I fingers on a-planna that -alh't.roll- it's high (Irr.e'somebody (nlar-j fered'an' lolil you them ha-J got J dampened doivn a bit. And you 1 Inokf that I. -was Iold to do jt Cie' different liuts in Englaud during A Real Whole Wheat Food SLEDDED WHEAT Ready-Cooked, Ready-to-Eat SAVES FUEL SAVES FOOD SAVES HEALTH For any Meal with Milk or Cream MADE IN CANADA OF CANADIAN WHEAT Tasty Treatments in Wall Paper and girls nnikr fire Xludly to Man aiMt to be seated first. Colleclron in a tarsn i Hamilton afiijoltted of 1 the charge of Jiiuriiw.iiuiiied literature, 'Ihe .complalrlanlfbVhitf liiibTeilo si.inliaic iht- ...iiarsV.. Tne new Spring designs are here and neVer before have wall paper offerings been so refined in concep- tion, -artistic patternings and color employment as these new arrivals we are prepared to show you now toward beautifying your home. Appropriate designs, for cottage, flat or mansion, for. bedroom or parlor and a choice variety to meet every modest or elaborate expendi- ture, Let us plan and estimate wilh you. THE DECORATOM SHERLOCK ST. ;