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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T II 15 R I W B WEDNES6AY, JUNE 2, 1915 Blue Ribbon Coffee Mrs McMillan, of Ldlibridi'r, is Calgary, a guest at Hisliop's Court. I tor the Diocesan A. Baking Powder Always' ask for Blue1 Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder. Like all Blue Ribbon pure food pro- ducts they are of the highest quality and are sold guaranteed to give every satisfaction or If otherwise the purchase price will be refunded. lloclieslcr, N.....i.. June l.-'Thoy re- trying to inako me tho goal." This was the comment of Victor W. llonvgoil. provincial architect of Manitoba, when Interviewed here regarding Iho pro- cecdiiiRS of Ilin roval comniinslon In- voatiBOtlilK the parliament buildings contracts. IB Coming Back i Norwood says ho is goinc, hack to as soon as he is well cnoaRh. He HiifferiiiB from ma ami is hi-lim treated hv Judd of the .Mayo Bros, clinic. IJr. Judd has already operated upon tho patient and says another operation may be necessary. "It would not bo 'risht to subject Mr. Horwood lo any nervous strain or tension, such as a examination in the witness box, )r. '.liidd declares.. "hut bis physical ondition is improving." 'Must Be Czar' Mrs -1 Wilson, fnriii i.cthhridgc, is visiting In-J daughu-.r, Mrs Sralle- aitcr a visii to Ihcrast. states that ill Onlaim the crops hlivi! hern badly damagnl bv frost. 'i'lierc will Women's .Mission I'lrclt. ol Haptist cliurch tomorrow. The, members of ihi' Onward Bible j class are requested 10 attend a meet-1 iiiK at Wesley chun-li lonight at. S o T. P. O'Connor on The New British Coalitino (Bv T. P. aa.-l'rcraie-r Asuuith has passed- the most wretched of his life- Kind-hearted, fond o! his friends, and haling to cause pain, yet be was compelled to get rid of col- Ir-aeuo after colleague. These anxie- following years ot overstrain, were made possible only by the tiionnht thai some day be could re- lire'from the. premicrsmp to find in Hie lord chancellorship an easier life, large salary ami ample pension for bis old age'. He was perfectly .willing to stop temporarily the gap in the. lord chancellorship or acquiesce in .the continuance o! Lord Haldanc in that' port as was contemplated for some time with'the idea, of course, th-it the premiership should ultimate- h fall io Llovd-Gcorgc. However, in the end everybody concluded that A s- iiuilh must, rclain the premiership I serioiislv doubt, however, whether the present arrangement will last any time. Lloyd-George's resignation as chan- cellor of the exchequer came as a zfeat surprise, as men in the 'city insisted that he retain that post. He had familiar duties, the second posi- tion in the government, and a pleas- ant resilience in Downing street. However the uneasiness of the coun- trv compelled- him to take the mo- mentous job of superintending the manufacture of ammunitions, now the most responsible of all during the war. ft'Entreaties postmaster general was reserved' for 'iJolm-.Redmond un- til a meeting. o.f the. Irish party. Red- mond, however, persisted in Ins re- fusal to accept the office in spite -of the fact and file of the Liberals vehemently urged him to ac- cept of the mainteiiance'6't..I.ihcral principles and home 'rule." SirV.Ed.watd.' Carson s ap- pointment .as .attorney general was entirelv .unsought-by himself, as he felt it wbulil-end his leadership oi the Orange He was entirely indifferent as he enjoy- ed a splendid income from his prac- tice at r the and was also loath to assume tlie tremendous responsi- bilities -ihvKlvenV However, his Ulster followers and Bonar Law insisted up- on his: 'appointment on the ground that the coolest and best brain in tlie tory party. The ap- pointment, however, was badly te- ccived by the Liberal many I iberals" resenting the dismissal of Lord Baldane an a concession to an unjust attack. a Cool One Reginald McKonna's succession to the post oi Lloyd-George was well re- ceived, as he is known to have re- sisted with great courage an at- to oust him as home secre- tary. He has in the past displayed coo'lnws and courage in many dim- cult hours. He was upon one occa- sion cnYnoellor ot the exchequer for 31 hours, but the superior claims oi Llovd-fieoTgc displaced him. He is a great master of figures and, although more cautious than Lloyd-George will be found equal to the ternuc emergency. I Sir John Simon abandons a big in- come exceeding a year tot 000 as home secretary. In doing this he is gratifying an ambition of many vears, as his friends wel know, i'n abandoning the profession oi law, for which he 'has no taste in spite of his tremendous succoss at the bar in accepting the home secretary ship he takes the llrst step on the road to the'premiership, which many think is the tinal destination 01 hi ambition. The refusal of John Redmond to the cabinet is thoroughly ap- proved by Irish opinion, although Premier Asquith asked him more than once to reconsider his decision and his party offered to release him from all ties.' Now'the. chief great force left in thf. -house'of commons he-can powerfully influence--the gov- ernment, if leed.'iw .most' pow- erful critic' It' is -recognised, however, thai thtre-will be no criti- cism unless he fells it is absolutely wcessary. Laat Act In the Iriih Drama So far 'as Ireland is concerned the reconstruction bt the government IE regarded as tite last act in the Irish drama and the removal ot the-: last obstacle toward home rule.. There is already a movement afoot to launch a united campaign for 'm imperial federation as not only -recognizing the colonies during the .present, crisis, but also affording tlie best'road of escape for the outstanding-Ulster dif- ficulty This movement, which is al- ready begun, is strongly supported by Liberals and a large'majority, of the Conservatives. nilng lo all (buy say I was I-OBP- ible for." Mr. Horwood remarked, after admitting lhat bo had read llic Winnipeg papers. "Of course, I m jomlng back. What difference docs ny raslBnation make? 1 can't ma.il) a living in the United States, and this unslnesB has ruined me as an archi- ed in Canada. Whon my treatment icro In ended 1' won't have two cents o rnb togather. 1 shall have In sell mv house and property and so home- steading Even if those people Tlic matron oi tin- Children's Slid-i ter wishes I" thank the iiianaccmciit; of fitarland theatre pnlilicly for the kindness shown to the children. allowing them in li onn "Must Be Czar" "I must he a czar in Manitoba, ac- tc ordlng to all they say I was rcspon- 5 ellcrs' Aid which held at the home morrow afternoon to a later date. of i'.-.-. of Mr. Win. .ml of the Trav- as lo have been Mr. Mitforcl lo- li'M-n postponed of ffeslsv ciiurch held a siiccessinl social on Dr. lawn yesterday ami evening. 'Strawberries and ice. anu cream were sold, ami llie sum real-; ixed was over i stcadim: Even It tnose pevyjv could make a case black 'enough Tlll, regular o ?end me lo jail. I'd ao back. 1 nev- Knox Ladies' Aid will held the to BOUU nit. tu j." -r i r-tinrci on httrs- er made any mouey out of working for tba government." Admits Aliases Horwood denies that he influenced Elliott to slsn throe certificates, claiming that he bad no inflnencn over him. lie admits using aliases m the telegrams sent to Elliott, bill claims that the reason was to avoid see Salt in Minneapolis mv way down llorwooil dB- Clares, "fhavo uever seen Salt since bo left Winnipeg, and tho only tune i dav .'line 3rd at p.m. Mrs' Lafierty.'Mis. T- and Jlrs. Page. Utccpnon Mrs: Nicliol and Jl-s. Hu heard anything of him. was sent to bring him back." when I .school 'room" nt thi- church on Tlnirs- f- Kirkham cominillei-, sh Scott. I The Intermediate Christian Endea- 1 vor Society oi- St. Andrew's church will hold a concert in the church on Thursday. Jnnn Srd. at S p.m The program is as follows: Open chorus Duncan Cray, by the M. Austrian General ih, Arrested as Serious Political Criminal London, May 2S.-Weiieral Moi tz -Miffenhurg, former Austro-Hun- earian .Minister of War, and early m ______i Auct.rmn COULD NOT STnNDONFEET Mrs. Bkker So Not Do Ha- Relief In Novel Way. AdriwvMich. "Imffered j with female mnd jiget BO weak that I conld kardlyda work. When I washed my dishes I hid to sit down and when I would sweep the floor I would get would hare to get a drink every few minutes, and before I did ray nustinglwouldhave to lie down. .1 got pearly my foiks'thought I Mine into, consumption. .One- day i found a piec'eot paper blowing aroand the yard and I picked it up and read it It said 'Saved from the and told what Lydia E. Prnkham'e Vegeta- ble Compound has done for .women. I showed it to my huiband and he Why don't you try So I did, and after I had taken r felt better and I said to t need any and said 'You had better take it a little longer Myway. So I took it for three raoBthi and got well and strong. "-Mn. ALONZO E. BAKER, 9 Tecumseh St., Adrian, Mict, Not Well to Work. In these words hidden the'tragedy of many a woman, housekeeper or wage earner who support, henelf and often helping to support a family, on meagre wazee Whether In houie, office, fac- tory, anon, store or kitchen, woman should remember that there laooe tried true remeay for the ills to which all women are prone, and that IB LydiaE. Pinkham's VegeUble Compound. It promotes that vigor which makw work iasy: The Lydia E. tinkham Medicine Co., Lyon, Man, rarian i the war. in command oi an Austria armv, has been arrested and is being treated as "a serious politic. and Kiris recitation by Miss M. Hvssop violin solo, Miss M. Home; duet Misses Moody and Smith dia- logue, "Keeping recitation, i Miss M Ballantynf violin solo, J. iflower "drill, by the girls; i duet Misses Squires and Moody re- citation, A. Lakic; dialogue prepar- picnic (.Canada and J. Goldie. "------f bc tak011' Tte proceeds are ioi tiic puichasc ol new hvmn books tor the church. 'Themarriage will take place nuict- Iv in Woodstock. Oni., on June S of Mr Hebcr B. Phillips to Miss Kath- leen Jessie Ncsbitl, daughter of Mr. Edward Nesbitt, M.I'. crim- pleasures of a dean, moist mouth. MAYBE you are one who has pooh-poohed chewing gum. Maybe you have discounted the true virtues of gum because of the excessive claims sometimes made about gum's help to the digestion. If so you have denied yourself the pleasures of a clean, moist mouth-the mouth with the healthy taste inside of it. For gum performs this service: It normally stimu- lates the salivary flow making up for the mouth de- pressing effects of modem diet. Remember that dental authorities have proved saliva to be Nature's own mouth wash-best of all safeguards against decay of teeth. Chew Sterling Gum a few minutes-after each meal for a week. Notice the delicious Sterling flavor with its clean sweet after-taste-notice the mouth cleanliness that comes from'this gum from spotless kitchens. Sterling Gum will bring to you at last tho pleasures of a clean, moist mouth. e S-erlinc GnnvCompany of Canada, Limited (th. 7 point gum) Christ clmcch, Kernic. was tlie UNDERSECRETARIES IN NEW BRITISH June government has been completed by the appointment of under-secretaries of state. Those chosen for the posts are: Parliamentary under secretaries: Home affairs, Wm. Brace, a Laborite who is president of the South Wales Miners' Federation; foreign affairs Lord Robert Cecil; colonies, Arthur I D. R. Steel-Maitland, Unionist M.P. for East -Birmingham; India, 3aron former secretary of State for the Colonies; war, 'Harold J. Tennant. The financial secretaries appointed are: War, Henry''W. admir- alty. Rt. Hon. T.-J. lIcNamara: The new parliamentary secretaries will be; Board .of Trade, E. J. Pretty- roan; loca'i government board, Rt. lion 'Wm. Hayes ITlslier; agriculture. Sir Charles TV'-JXvAcland: board of trade. Rt. Herbert'Lewis; munitions, Christopher The other As- sistant H... Pike Pease; vlce-preafaent" of' the depart- ment of agriculture for Ireland, Hon. T W. Ruaiell; joint parliamentary sec- retaries for the treasury, John Wm. Gulland and Lord Edmund Bernard Talbot; lord commissioners, ;of the tre.ai.iiry, ln outdoor department 4 Number oi dressings :md lical- ini'iils'.in; .6 uild. Several amendments to e ioccs- S E Wootton, Lady Supt. fan made, including I the new one that practical branches mav not act except with the consent of the rector of the parish ;'that an officers of branches must be commu- nicants of the Church oi fcngland. The report oi the recording secrc- tarv. Mrs. Akitt, referred to the lax- itv'of some oi the branches no. at-, e'ndlnc to their diocesan, obligations, while that of the corresponding sec- rctarv Mrs. Thompson, showed that in raising of money the Pro-Cathe- ,-ir-l- having., raised 71 in the Vcar while .Red Deer 1 Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will Kill HQDF.fLIES THAN WORTH OF ANY 5TICKV CATCHfB, ,J "llorcas secretary, Mrs. Sage, showed greater returns than ever be- fore Irom that department. .Ihfii, were S branches and societies ilo- iing Dorcas work, and the rcqilisl-J Afloat or SEAL BRAND COFFEE is stil! the favorite IT IS SUPERB! ;