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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEl'HBRIDGE DAILY HERALD- SATURDAY, APRIL 22,1916 A marvel of convenience Every added convenience on your gas range means better pies, cakes, steaks, etc.-and McClary's Style E.S. is just crowded with the handiest featiures dear to a busy woman's heart. Just look at the double cooking top for instance. The elevated oven-think of all the fatigue you save by never having to stoop. can be had with eitlier right or left hand ovenj and for either manufactiired or natxiral gas. Ask yojir dealer to show you how easy it is to keep every part clean. In a jiffy out comes the adjustable air mixers and hoods, enamel broiler pan and drip trays, etc. And the bright black enamelled steel and heavily nickeUed parts- all are easily accessible and no bother at all to wash and clean. All this convenience goes with perfect and ample cooking capacity in small space! Certainly one should see the E.S. Style range- at your dealers or write direct to us. ss3 London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver St John, N.B. Hamilton Calgary Edmonton Saskatoon Soltl by Hick-Sehl Hai-dwaic Co. I BIG BROIHERS Tho annual bamiuot of tha Ills Brothers Class o( Knox tHuirch, which has come to ho an institutiou in connection with the chtirch was held last evening in the bnsenient of the church with a lavBO attendance. 'The hoys of the elnss ontertnluert the members ot the Uig Sister's class and u number ot other guests. The IliK Brothers' class Includes tho young men ot the con-pvegatlon and Is nuuh in the nature of a club. The present leader of tho class is J. B. \Vilkic. Tho loaslmastcr last oveninv;- was J. K. Wood, luid he fulfillfd his duties admirably. The toast "Our Hoy.^ war situation, at any rate, will remain as a powerful factor in the formulation of plans for the future. Tlio administration's national defence legislation 3 not H'rfclv to silenre the prepared- something for the Republicans to worry about but is astonishing and pleasing to the members ot his own party. There was a contest on in the Republican party which induced the casting of presidential preferential votes, but none existed in' the Democratic party, and the vole given the president was Wholly complimentary." In the Republican camp the position is quite interesting, hut none the less mystifying. However, there is an unmistakable note of general hopefulness, which reaches its zenith, no doubt, in the following from the Indianapolis Star, Independent Republican: "If the war is still on the issue will be the president's war policy, and he will be re-elected easily. It the war is over, the issue will he our domestic policies, and any Republican can be elected." Many strong Republicans are available, notably ex-Senator Ellhu Root of New Y'ork and Judge Chas, E. Hughes of the United States supreme court. Mr. Root is unquestionably a very able man, especially as regards foreign relations, but whether he would be acceptable to tho western and more radical wing of tho G.O.P. Is doubtful. The fact that ho was chairman of the convention which renominated Mr. Tatt for the presidency has placed a black mark against his name.  The further I fact that -Mr. Taft has taken upon i himself to boom Mr. Root upon the present occasion also soems inauspicious and unpropitious. Against Judge Hughes there is the ness agitation and almost anything \ general objection that a member of vention opens at Chicago on June 7. The recent remarkable gathering at Oyster Bay has made the situation with regard to .Mr. Roosevelt moro pregnant than ever with possibilities. Whatever may be said of the Bull Moose champion, il can never be said that ho lacks frankness and in the recent Oyster Bay interview lie was frankness itself. It ' tlie statement was ever Justified that I electing .Mr. Roosevelt means the United States declaring war against ; Germany, then this last interview ustiflcs it more than ever. One thing is certain: the split in the Republican party has lost much of its bitterness during the past tour years. I Sort answers have turned away much wrath. In the two slAtes ubutting on the southern boundary of JIanltoba, the primaries endorsed President Wilson unanimously for the Uemocratic nomination. Minnesota elvas made by tlio Brandon city council to the 181st bat--taiion, following an appeal by a largo and intluontial deleg.atlon. rnay h!ij);jcn in Mexico. Tho tariff ind ilio control of big business cannot fail to be fuel tor the campaign. If tho war is still on in November, and above all, if the United States is in the war, it will he an extremely difflcult matter to defeat President Wilson. There appears to be little talk about the one-term prinriple and the supreme court should not be a political possibility. But both Judge Iluglies and Mr. Root are lying low and saying nothing, ^ij least nothing committal. Both ot them, llko Mr. Roosevelt, have had their names removed from some ot the primary ballots, but steps of this kind mean nothing and It anything tend to en- in general the-old adage about not courage the quidnuncs, swapping horses in the middle of a j Apart from the outsanding names stream would seem to have a very lot Roots and Hughes there Is quite present application In this lime of Icn army of "favorite soils" of tlio (rouble. j different states, who,' like Barkis, The "Peerless One", having ' gone ; would not be unwilling. Senator A. voluntarily into political exile, la;B. Cummins of Iowa, is one ofHhe quite out of the running as far as any ! most prominent of these possibill opposition to the presid'eht is con-i ties. He lias tnlccn up tho cudgels corned. Indeed, the question has iagainst Htjiud-prittJEm and is quite been ofllcially raised-as to whether i unaLsallablo In hia o,wn state-and .Mr. Bryan is a Beinocrat at all. His |beyond, apparently, for he- carried candidacy tor 'delegate at large to ;the .^!innesota primary by what the tho St. Louis convention, ; which i Nov; York Eveniiis Post calls' a meets on June,14.hp.s been pfDti-:;tcd -"sinc^hing plurality." by an audacious citizen and the point is to be (or waft to be) the secretary ot state of Nebraska'. Iu h word, of serious rivals to the president's nomination Uiero appear to be none. The names of Champ Clark, Oscar Underwood and others who figured prominently in the 4G Then tbere Ui Senator La\yronco Y. Sherman, tho favorite son of llii-nohi, v.-ho is the Chicago Trlbiiho's first choice for the liominatlon of ChL-Rso. Other favorite sons are ex-vio6 p.'-csldcnt Fairbanks, of Indian?,; ex-Senutor imrtou of Ohio; SePiiicr Boraii. of Idaho; Goviirnor ballots taken at Baltimore in June Mohr.son of Calirornla; Senator ftbb-and .luly of 1912 aro not even ineh-im-t H. LaFollcti.c, of Wisconsin, and tioiied. In tha v.trJous prinjnries j Senator William Alden Smltli, ,of taking plnco tho president 1b gettin_ tho nomination on a silver sMveras the political phrase goes. The tol- Jlichlgan. An interesting naino is that ot Senator John AV. Weeks, of Ma-jsaciiUiiCtts, who is-said to be' a lowing from tho Duluth Herald, In-' Roofcvcltian and to havo the backing dependent, is quoted for what it is worth: "Concerning the strength of President Wilson, his run in Minnesota was phenomenal.  In a statu ac-knowledgedly Republican to an over-wlielmlng degree, and In which the Democrats make no pretensiot)^ of of Theodore hlmrell'. That brlfis.^ us to" the gallant Colonel. What of tho Bull Moose parly? It Is not true'to suggOHt as is being done in the Middle States that "there ain't no slch animal" hut If tho Bull Mooao is not dead it is cortnlnly Hleeplng. Rgos^voHf'.la un- The speed at which we Hvc, the hustle now so necessary for success have unfortunately a very adverse effect on the nervous and digestive systems of Canadians. The baneful results, incrco.sed lately to an alarming degree, often lay the seeds of more deadly trouble, but it will be satisfactory to learn of the ever-increasing popularity in the Dominion, of the Great British P.cmedy, Dr. Casscll's Ttiblets. Dr. Ramsay Colics, J.P. of the City oi Dublin, a nian of high eminence in the scientific world, says:-"! have great plcaiuix- in i'.j;pri-.:s!i;j! my satisfaction tis to the curative effect of Dr. Cass'.il's Tablets in cases of nc:\f tr'.nioiv'.;. Ftoni .several which Jiavc lately come'under !:;y notice f am able 1o fortn tlu' (,i/,;ii':i-, U,at L)r. C;wscU's Tablets constitute a safe and reliable - fan-iily remedy, and anfK.tir to he 'ii'Ily �ii':c< ivf; ior lurvo tmd bodily wi^-akness," � . � Dr. CasaiilVs Tablc-i-:-, are Nuiritivo. i-^-s!.orai.ivc, Altei-avivc, and Anti-Spasmodic, and of great therapeutic value in al! dvn.'!v:;'-n!cnh; of the Norvo, Digcsfivc, and luinctional Systems in old,or ^ :ycun�if, Tlury are the n.DJt;n:.-.-.;d modern lu..i rcmi.dy tor Dyspepsia, Nervous Breakdown, [tlf^ . Sloinach Catarrh, Kidney Diseris:.:, N..;rve and Hi)!nal Paraly.sis, Infantile Paralysis, Rickets, .St, Virus' Dance, Anxmia, Slccpl-.;:o)!! ss, Va.i'ni ba,;. llead'j.clie, Ptdpilaliou, Wasting Diseases, Vital ^ .Exhaustion, Loss of flesh, and rr..:uature Decay. Specially valuable for Nursing Mothers and duruig the Critical Periods of Life. , ' � Druggists and Dealers throughout Cai sole agents, Harold F. Ritchie lV- Co., l^td. � Sole l'ropiict(iri:-~Dr. Cdssell'i Co., Ltd., Manchester, Eng. atrength, in a presidential way, the | (\ueslionably a possIKillty for .tho Re-fact that ho-gcft a totar of -15,136 i puhlicalij nomination and it-l8;41ntor-againBt a tofaV bf fi8,fil7 cast for all i eating to note (:hat;tha PfogreBsivo Republican candidates', not'only is I co"v<..f Hon lllie the RopublloftJl con- ;