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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOCn THE HBRAI.D FRIDAY, Al'HlL 21, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Lethbrlcitl Herald Printing Co, Ltd., every lawlul evening at itt office. Sixth SI, Lelhbridge, W. Director JOHN Marpger PHONE: tttvertfsina. Circulation and Jcb Departments 1252 PHONE: editorial, HepDrtcrial and Newi Departmant I 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, J4.00 1 year, by mill...................... 53.00 C norths. 42.CO E montlis, by nail.................... S'.SO r. delivered il.QO 3 rjcntha. by mail.....................'5 month.' delivered -35 i rr.estli. bv rr.all......................2' rTFI'-B -OK telhbrjdge Red Cross DeatHe Lake Grassy Lafcs Bool- Store; J. G. Co.: CrjnbrooS ertsoa Co.: Jicttoa Kemp 4 Cobea Co.; Alexandra P.-Bvlacill Agency. ple's Stojo: Keany Leadlcg Boot and Dr. Slore. 109 A Sth Ave CiEar World News Co. Diamond Dr. Westlake Bros. Wide Station Edwin) ncafl. Medicine Hit ABSioibali Co.; News S5op. 445 GrBawell World News Co. Clarenc.9 Kticl- JamleFoa News Mitltod A. D. River SMe World Nfn's Co THE WEEKLY HERALD everv Weisesilav la eisnl more pases. and contains a summary of tb? teas ot the I In advance week, local and district 6 mocth5 i advance (E HAY BE F15 A NEGLECTED SAiNT. YES! St. PESTKRDAY was ninrkcd on the calendar us George's day. it was the oi the dentil of the pnU-on suinl of England in A.D. y03, after his confession of faith before the Ro- man emperor Diocletian, and the torture which followed it. So far as Lellibridgc was concerned no ill- will have lo look for fie desired ugricullural im- migration? Taking the position Mr. Dennis holds, and the experience he has of the matter he deals most people will he inclined to agree with him in what he said. But while the Canadian Pacific Railway, through its representative, is seeking to bring the necessary development lo the west, thej government of the day is doiny its best to thwart i tempt was made to commemorate the day. Even jits wist endeavors. in the Sons of England hall not a flag, nor The. American farmer enjoys privileges which i you Like Tliese for Your Sunday Dinner? Grain Fed Beef fed by W. H. Pawson, Coaldale Prime Mutton Fed by Gco. O. Kerr, Coaldalc Fresh Killed Poultry Raised in'Soulhern -Alberta you would like something else and it's on the market we have it Have the best It costs no more Delanys Limited Phones 452-1522 a shred of limiting was displayed. And yet St. George is ever associated with .Merrie England. St.'Andrew's day and St. Patrick's day arc jiftver forgotten wherever Scotchmen and Irish- men ore assembled. Hut St. George's day ap- pears to he neglected. why this should he so. St. George and the Dragon are woven into our national traditions, as St. Anilreyr, St. Patrick and St. David, and no; reason his fellow in the Canadian west lacks. He .London, April Impression free agricultural implements, and the use of anSprevails that the of Connaught open market .where he is. Once he crosses intimated WE willingness lo fay. the border, and settles in the Canadian west, he loses these privileges. The government its jiolicy circumscribes his market, and adds to the Expense of his labors in production. The U. S. farmer has placed hcfore'him at- tractions in the way.of cheaper and more produc-! siartin, jive.-jand. But these advantages arc counter-1 i tact and "impartiality" why Ms memory be sjighicd balajiced by the handicaps lie observance of his day. Ho-vveiBh flic advantages side, and the im- In. dnv of the not bailments on the other before making up his amount to much Beyond a sentiment. But it is I worlh llls wlulc lo n sentiment which is well worth preserving. The four national saints symbolize the strength which orably consider a, future idvftatlon to become the fin-t Lieutenant-governor of Ireland under Horco Rule, shoif'id the bill te placed on the statute book this session. .The government real-: th eenormous advantage .of new regime under one ill sses and sects; 'hath In England the British nation has gained as a whole in the fusion of the four units they'represent. They serve lo exemplify characteristics which weldecl together have made our Empire what it is. A movement has. been made in England (p give St. George's day a fitting prominence, and 1he idea should spread beyond Ihe lilUe island. The keeping of St. George's day will be a link be- tween the past and the present, and so lend lo preserve traditions of which we ajl are proud. "For SI. George and Merrie England" was the which added force to the onslaught of change quarters. If emigration is to be attractive, let it-, be wholly so, without any Hies in the ointment which the government is doing its best lo make present. If eland, have, fu.ll cocfidence. novel boiler for households 'is sanurumlcd witii'a figiite: of a which cricks automatically RUHOH DENIED BY MINISTER OF INTERIOR LAND NORTH OF LETHBRIDGE OUR POINT OF VIEW Another closed session of Ihe.Board of Trade. Perhaps the assessment will now be lowered ten per cent. It was raised that amount after the last slar chamber. During question hour In the House of Commons M_r.. Buch- anan. asked the following receiving- the following answer: P. Burns', Grazing iff.' l.'Is the report cor- rtctvlhat the- Department- of the In- terior Intends to open for hornestead- ing a. pojt ion. of .the lease to Pv.Burns tr'lS, raige Mffft ct'the lian? 27-. If Tvill e opened? V Mr. Xo has yol ;2V lj It should bo de- clilc-d slaves were read by the Socialists who declaied that the favouring and even promolln tho slave iraile, and a Clercial Icade alleged that German planters organ allowing competition Ihe five per cent, reduction is of no avail. II enables the slill keep tlra whack add to his JThe relief (o ihe western former, but if h Lloyd George's luck, or whatever il is, not desert him. A year ago, as Chancellor of Shu: Exchequer, he faced willi the necessity ofj providing a larger revenue lo meet certain seen increases in expenditure. This involved, il was assumed, new methods of laxalion; and his critics wailed around with their hammers to fall upon whatever scheme he might any fixed date for a general cmanci- ratlori. which declares, would ruin many jflanlatton owners, nro- voko rebellion among the native WHY WE THIS STOMACH REMEDY If thai are one h-jr.dVod people in this i who su.Tcr from mdizcsliori, iia, or any otriLf form of stomach com- WARNER PLEASED WITH DR. FULTON'S ADDRESS Warner. Altn., April tem- perance nddrcss given, last Sunday by Kcv. Dr. Fulton oj CMg'ary excelled tlio cxpeutatlous .of those who had never heard Dr." Fulton speaii. The result 13 a higher, -more enlliuslaatic temperance petitlment, and groalor clelermlnatlou. on tho part of many clllicns to support thu and T.-ioTAl Keform 'league of Alberta Jn its-efforl3. Ts'f.xt Sunday, the raster, Rov. S. Orth will liegiri a scries of.Sunday evening services on "Christ's Claim on Men .and Wo-- men The first sermon win bo on of Christ" They were excessively annoyed pure Ranihlei', who, in the; words of the s'.otnacn' linin tion gaitric juice, d gullible as lo believe Ilial if conveyed anylhinjj of intrinsic hcnelil lo hint, that delusion will hy )iow have cvaporalcd. FLIES IN THE OINTMENT.' AS Mr. ,1. S.'Dt'iinis right when, in his late address lo the Ikiard of Trade, he said fhal H wa.s entirely lo the United Slnles Ihai llie west W tator, "knows nothing of panic talk about being on Ihe safe side or not counting your chickens before they were hatched." The same paper, de- clared il an "ab.scjlule impossibility" Ihnl Mr. Lloyd George's estimate should be realized, The year is now up and Lloyd George's prediction of cxli-ii revenue has been more than fullllled; Ihe actual increase is 1 1, Winnipeg Free Press. htartbam, promote reguhr biwcl action and make it for you to tat you like artl as nr.ich aa you like Tri tear of Don't rjfier r.ny InnEcr from d or 3 nrl 'gestion R exr-Jl Dy3 kts, and you bo j aliout tfiftn fa we arc, ami just as ready u the rn on you r SoM only at the Recall Slc.rts, and i.rthrJ town only b us. fhrce sizes, 2oc. BCta and li.OO a lllglnbotliam i Co., Limited. ze regular manhunts to get labor [o their nlantatlona. Dr. Solf, Score lary of Slate for Ibo colonies, mltted tliat the has been Inter pretcd to. justify comnlucory recrui lug o[ native lafior for planlatlon and that grave infringements of th lao- had been ccinTnUtiiil by natlv knowledge and con t.lte officers. The native riojr'jlatfon of at bc-st steadily nhrlnXIng under co tact with tho while man. It JIBS :een thought that under the inllu- ice of white civilization, flio .atlcn of the continual, tribal wars V and tbo InlroJucllon of tclcnlific medical methods the negro popula- tion In Africa would grow rapidly. professor at the Oriental Seminary of the Ilc-rlln University, declares en the contrary Iliat the dtnopulation la steady anil rapid. He eitcs the report of a Cath- olic missionary, Father van rler Uurgt, who, after years work In (ierman Kasl Africa, found that the native population In that time decreased tt third, if not half. Infant death rales of from to SO per cent, anil i mirnrltingly loiv birth rato arc factors which mis- sionaries .observed In Togo, the Cameroons and other African col onlen Hi well as Qvrniun East African. JUST THE THING for Camping Days COWAN'S MAPLE LCAfT. UABEU Easy to prepare and tastes even better thWthey" make it at home, Only tho best Cocoa beans are used Cocoa. That is is so ap- pelizinjj. Cowan'i is absolutely pure. That is why it is so whole- some. lOc. LB.-AND I LB. TINS. AT ALL GROCERS The-Cowan Limiled, 'Tororilo, Canada JttstComieet These TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES For Breakfast There is nothing qiittc so simple to get as a "Force1 just the cream and sugar and -the- familiar brown' toasted wheat cooked with malt. There notMng quite so good to slai day on Ihe simple "Fmct" brtnlcful. Try just onev Vy H-0 trulKU ky ;