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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim THE LETHUIUDGE HEKALD SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 19M r LETHBRII ESTABL tbllshcd by the Herald Prln V. A. Maniglnj DLrctOr PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal and Ncwi Department 1224 DAILY HERALD SHED DECEM5ER ting Co., Ltd., every lawful cver.lng it crftct. SU Al'oeita. Canada, JOHN Oc'partrrents i i) RATES 54.00 1 year, by mall delivered iDOEShf, uellverf.1 S ccoaths, br as as desired, but imth in-.v oU must te DAIL Red Cross Drus Cranl 4 Bool; Store: J. G. ph> trtsca Co.; Jacisoa fc Coi Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- edrr.o l'le'5 Kenny Co: Allis; LethbrSdsS Hotel pinch Cigar Stand. Mt Olarrond Dr. D'Aro. Medicine Hat Asslnlboli SPG0? A. D. Ferguson. HERALD FOR SALE AT Beetle >Ur- Grassy Co.; Cratbroob Boot HotfL Kemp Cobea PrxwbcJal Xewj Agency. Ca'gary LpRding Hook and sr Dr. HcCrea; News Store. Sih ehell Drug Co. News The Wide World Head. ss.Co.; News St. World Co, n iv Street. Carmingay Clarence Knol-1 ar.e Jamteson News Co. the desires of the Nationalist supporters of the Borden government, and to placate them the Prehiier 'found it necessary to formulate a scheme of Empire defence where money and not personal responsibility would be as far as the Dominion would pledge itself. It was this con- sideration that accounted for the non-parlicipant attitude of the government with regard to the last conference proposed. It now remains for Mr. Borden and his colleagues to show their in uc-pendence of those who choose to diclale Can ada's naval policy, by acting in unison with Aus- tralia and New Zealand oh a scheme for common prolection. .Will they do it? IL tbe .words pf tte 33rJ degree fin, uerla lits outguessed President on. evidently looXlts r a htgh one when Victoriano ncav- A it squire over tbe pan. Bjl Wood' r says he'll haie Ws Imiiuss yet, Hill Klntejr-wu outguessed tfco olh- r diy. too. 'TVas iMs way-- Hill ad some geeso for Ona oC tlie ock lo all a gau- er. Dill took It or srautcd lual tba Id bird nc-uSd do very well HP head f a (lock, and fold it to Mr. Stirling lor iHat purpose. the Mrd homo, and ut It In the' cooj> to adjust tlself to Is strange surroundings. -Mr. vent out to reconnoitre the next ning, and was surprised to find a jjrowu ess In the ccoji. There lad been no other goose over- light, xhorefore safe lo bet hat BUi had been allrisM. Bill! Ono of the rcoat trenchant nienls agrair.st car sys- em tnat a'dvaiiced by a conduet- )r on tbe-lted line. Jle feareii that f the ke ht as ivell lose his job, as lie would die ot lonesosntness anyway. 1! iis travelling companion were e'.ltr.tn- ated. THE NEW BOGIE. IF government speakers are to he believed, til commercial destiny of ibis.country is in Ih hands of the United States. America ran if i please, work lilue rnin on tiie Dominion by plac ing wheat on the free list. In reply to Mr. A. K. McLean's question as t the possibility of the Slates obtaining our whea by a removal of the duly, the Minister of Trail and Commerce replied, "Yes, hut if a man burn down my house, 1 am not fool enough lo sa 1hal 1 wish I had burned it down myself." It is foolish, however, to lake Mr. Foster ser- iously. He cannot sincerely believe in the catas- trophe he endeavors lo bring lo the public mind. For in Ihis he contradicts himself when he says that free wheat, and Ihc conFC'iuc.il rush to the Minneapolis and Chicago markets, would depress the price and the fanner would gel less for his wheat than otherwise. The main confcnfinn for free, wheat is that the Canadian farmer would be able to avail bim- self of the heller price over the border." But in the contingency expressed by Mr. Kosler that prices would be depressed, there is no reason why lie should continue lo ship wheat to the American market. The fanner can he credited with the same degree of sanity possessed by qlher individuals in the community. .During the reciprocity campaign Hie bogie of anrio.vnlion was loudly proclaimed by ils oppon- ent. Now another scare is hatched. "Allow free wheat and (he Yankees will strailly put our transcontinental railway lines in Ihc scrap heop." But (hough tfic United Slates, presumably, has it in ils own power lo work evil, Ihe govcrn- inejil does not appear to he much worried. It is proceeding with the Hudson's Bay Hailway, and seeking to further enrich the C. N. H, Tlic'iicw'hiigic js'cviilcnUy one which is inspire Icrror, by those who have created il, in a timorous and confiding public. DRILL HALLS GALOKE. there is anything in meriting criticism, the I3orden administration is surely meritorious Vilh Conservative newspapers in the west rap ing the government because of its attitude 01 wheat.and toward the farmers of the wes enerally, and wilh Conservative organs in the rapping Hon. Sam Hughes for dotting the ourilry so liberally with drill halis, jliere is 111 ick of criticism. Mr. A. B. McCoig, of Weal Kent, turned a ho arb, furnished by the Toronto Saturday Nigh le other day in the House, in Col. Hughes' direc on. Mr. McCoig aiid the Toronto ight will receive the plaudits of western farm rs for showing up this piece of nonsense on th art of the government. The .Hansard rppor ays: JJ' "Let me read lo the House what a Conserva ve paper in the city of Toronto says. 1 thinkj lial members on the opposite side of. .the House vill agree with me that .the. Toronto Saturday s'ight is recognized as a Conservative east we may say thai il'is independent. 'This vriler in Saturday Night, .who is recognized as >ne of the best editorial writers we have in Can- ida today, "Peace loving Canadians will be. tickled aim. si to death when they view "the esti- mates now being brought down in respect lo Hie construction of drill halls. Here are a few specimens in Ontario: Barrio drill hall, Berlin, Brant- ford Fort William, Gait And so on by Ihe lens of thons- andsjs Ihe pap distributed throughout Ihe country. A more useless, criminal wasle of public moneys has never taken place in Canada than is now being experienced in this-fever for drill halls. If some of these funds were put into an insane asylum for the incarceration of those who voted these estimates, something of real service to the country would be accomplished." If the price of even one of those drill halls were spent in showing Ihe members of the cab inel Ihe wesl as il really is, and not as llicy sei it from the palace car window, probably (here would be less drill halls and more determination to do something for the men who arc the hack bone of Hit country. It would be an inlercslin experiment. Some of those Me'xlcan Dames are rather uard pronounce. The col. lenrd Chihuahua caljpd "Cbe-hcoya- hooya" the other day. We didn't presume lo correct him. It might turn out to be right after all. "Bueno Frijoles" means beans. Well, let li go''at thai. We'll have straight beans. Who said Sunny Alberta was a dry country? Down in 'Mexico, the Central Rail way branch from Tampico neels the Central Rallwoy main line, from Paso at Agnascalien'.es. All rl Mr. Conductor, put .rne off there, fellow ought to. get lots of Meiicaao color at tbat joint..-. The Lethtridge for got it was Day on Wed nesday. Tt'e iike to. e color pf the'Irishman's hair forget St. Patrick's Day. Tha. "oljConnaught-Beems .tc ve t> c first, -.ireutenant-soyernpr of Ire- nd untJcr Horns Rule. Well, the always did have a repjtaiion c beihg'a brave man. OUK POINT OF VIEW. The commissioners are wise in deciding t submit Ihe library site, one ninn cur crew, wale meter market questions to a referendum Then the people will lake an interest whcthc they want lo or nol. II was ralher noticeable that fewif any wes ern Conservatives took a whack al Ihe. budgi jebale. Can't blame them uiiicli. Tiiey wi have to come ,home and live among their coi stiUienlx soon. Betweeti. the unshaven cheek of the sloven and the unctuous jowl of the much- barbered fop comes the clean, fresh face of the man who shaves himselfwilh a Syaf eiy Raxor Shaving with the GILLETTE is so .quick and easy that there is no temptation to neglect so smooth and comfortable that an atlendressing of soothing lotions is not necessary. The GILLETTE shave is the choice of clean-cut, self-reliant men the world over. The GILLETTE face is a winner Standard Gillette StU cost Handy Pocket EdilipnjJS.OO to Luxurious Combination SeU from up, Al Drug, Jeweiiy IiardVareSlorcl. Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Ltd. OFFICE AND FACTORY: i The New Gillette Montreal Iluerla's Imncli surely ilrojipcd Die fn) in 1] (Ire yeslcnluy they fired en (lie kliaki ho; on the upper side of flic Hio Grande. Maybe llicy were, only 1'iirllmin sliols, lint they enongli lo kindle Ilic flumes of real Out fighting r.ong themselves whether _ they'll io.Ish siiisle Ui-and return to the d Blyle'or not. The col. would like bet that right here in e Commisslonera are not solid for ngle tax. Just tbe roads they would ItS'G to tate a fall out everything taxable, iraproveroects nd all. Echoes tf the Past Along la October, 3911, a -Miss Vlr- Inla rer'resealing herself to a special trained nurse, solicited he merchants and business men ol jethbrldze for an. advertisement to :ar (or one year on the slationery f the Gait Hospital. Miss V. -was very nice appear- ncc and charm Ing manner, so ths ifrchanta and business men adver- Ised Uberatiy. Some thought they were helping the hospital, as Miss L had P. letter from the rartlsa In iharge at the hospital, agreeing to accept the stationery. Well, Miss Virginia bought (he stationery, about ISO.OO, and pockc-led the' balance ,he money, about ?COO.OO, and was ab- out to leave when she was arrested 'or obtaining money under false pre- :ences. However, ilSsa Virginia not convicted, and sailed away with about SWO.OO of Lethbrldge money, In ahout ten days. We noi1 U-arn that our friends and lEincsa at Medicine Hat part- ed with tiOO.OO iast fall on about the same scheme. It wag a nice-looking lady, fine ar> pearance, coaming and a hospital advertisement After lecting the rirlco of advertising, tho lady left for parts unknown, and our frtenils over thoro hfipt tho story un- der thc-ir "lial" for a time, but it leak- ed out, and business men a hand to thctr brothers at tho 'Hat. Now, whadtlay'kno'R' about that? Anyway, she VnS good looking. REVIVING PAINFUL MEMORIES 1..'. In view of ttb brtak In'C.' P. H., tho abovo cartoon assumes rathctlo Interest. It originally !a rol Star Iwo years ago in April, 1912, ,whea C. P. Jl. was around ?250 per share. .Mont hope farmers of Southern Alherla, espec- ially those outside tlir, I'uyiiiond districi will nn etTorl fo RKIW n palcli of sugar'heels this yenr. It mcanf" wurk, but it also means clc'im ianil, ;md assunince that one of our largest indiistrk-s would keep fioinjj. The btcl sugar in- diislry keeps whole districts husy down in Cnl orado. Anything Colorado cnn d'o, Southern Al- bcrlu cnn do just as well, if not a li.llc bit feller. OFF TO THE ARCTIC TO 3TUDY THE WEATHER Toronto, Out, April Pat- tlson, of Toronto Observatory, has left the city for his trip to the Arctic Ocenn, will go by train na far 33 Athabasca ffherc he will moot who U to la Ma gnlilc, antl a "man knows the north Tho frlp, which la being undertaken In conncclloa with International work for the'etiidy of air currents In Arc- He regions, involves also tho ItiapcC lion of meteorological service stations How It Tastes How to Use It 113 Iwlo Is conslant InvIUllon 10 the Eoodtirtllollli Wce-a-iijyuM. CWUTcn, lo regulir loolh-brush (lormta In Ij so Importtnl, irs not 'only vHl.lnj b-.il ait! 10 II.. II Squetze gtntly from th; boilom of Ihs and the cream "omts onla ribbon, His fiat on ih-_ An Inch for tich fi fc'il ycu cm the no wH tconcmical How to Ask for H How It Helps the Teeth 7htrs orty one Ribbon Dsnljl Cretm. Ribbon Citun Is in Ils bast rutiyficfurtd by JKlrffiJ-fis for usft cr.ly In oar il huat'gfil I? iheicfore vjrih tl lor Coleaie't RIBBOM Our repuliHon, fllntd during thin t csnlury, (s tick ol Ribbon Denttl a a ran let of qull Hy. mi ixald hkia iruf lutt, at ff4 cmilixax. _ a entrncl and infure thft lender Ribbon Cream [3 bulls not COLGATE CO, Coristine Bf.ilding, Motitrenl. W. G. M. Mnlrctl, ;