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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY.'MAPril fi, 1.915 THE LETHB'niDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Conservative Flag Wavers Realize Five-point Decrease in British Preference Mr. White's Faux Pas Tho (lobule iilvolB larfiuly on UK; Hi'ltlHli iirofi-'i't'iicc, wlilcb lltin. W. S. PloIdliiH Invontinl III Ukcs nil Eoml InvuiiLori. Mr, Mc.'.dlni; Inuirov cil on liin milont from llmo lo time, so liiiil Ilio Urlllhli iii-cri-raii'i' wnlcli lio- Kiiu willi u modi'sl pL'i' eenl. wlien llic Uburals ciiiuu in stood ill in Uvulvc. When thuy iisliral 111 in bu tnld liv hadn't numbered he'd only connlud lliom by lliu tfoiiml." Ai sill ovi'iils I lie Eovnrnineiil side or the House in 'cry noiislUvc Ip Wunfr'y" lYom" the Blni'l. ,md. us luc-k clrunsllls. Wbenevor Uie llrlllsh j.rcl- cent, when lliey winil out. 'It did Rood ivorl; for Ilio -Molbei from n ConservBtlvc standpoint, but Ilia Ubernbi iirufoBS to nee' more nolne Lhiin guidance I" them, lllie Ilio IllBKlir wlio win CIIIIBlll 111 111" tllllll- "II ivmindB me." Bald Duncnn ROSB, "of the iiiun who nndorlook lo deliver a million I'l'OKB' liul on'." ninny, who at (Mice put ill) a holler under her Invnreil nation trcaly wluuB the clliuliuy froni Ills liroiv. How much lolificr tan 1I1U1UI1 irli.uv i..111. sho enlllle.1 to miy ho Bu on loving Unshod and Keej, ..references Canmlli w.lsht be hand, duly en ..lows where It lh.' bonu. out. Ifudyard Kipling, who wan Llien day or olliur Llilo IlriLisu preference In: hla enough to hurl- .Mean- iiiiuyuru upi ng, wnu wun nt the height ur voiiue, wrole ol while there, Is hone, i.rayei- and a Cailndu: "IJMKliLur am I In my inotli- rlotie IT'S bouse, but mistress in mine Kvcn Ihc liule things connected and lOiiBland wouldn't do iviin Ihu I'relerence cnuso better tllan laliu a tip.Hum the MreiiibliiiK- I'm1 instance. Turlff iiieii- At all events sho look Ihe lirunnd thai tidied KniillBh dictionaries, rertillzers, C'iiiiniln bad a iicrl'ecl rlllht lo make and hot air Inmates as coining under her own tarlfl', and Mr. Fieldnif the 0 increase. These an' tlio ax'ie grouse for lliiH cnliBbt- all iiiBrcdlenlB In U. Hennell'B torv and to hoar Ihi'in cbaniiiioni'd hy i member of the omiosiiiou was ashes n liis nioiith. ItaimMl IB UcmoB-j thenes of the iicKnowledses 10 superior, not even Hed Michael i ind he'wants no with his I i'il by linjiOElne Lbo Uurmnn su lux wlileh put thu UriLlah prefrrcnrc in rmininj; onler. II has stood lilt; nickol for yuai'B, und nnvwr dcvcl- oncd a liol box. 't'lic Urilisli I'refcriMice has licen a loyal (jurfonnor nil throujili ii aloud by f.JnjaL Britain, stood by Canada, and struck Germany iu a vital spot, her I'on.'isn I It proved lliat it was po.sslblc lo IHncIanU wlilioiu in Canada's bonie rule, and thul do by OvcrsuaK Uoinlnioiis can Hi-eat deul for the Hritish uiiiuUng their own business. Naturally, Uburulu think iiigli- ly of a British iireff-n-iirr 'wliich ivorks lllto a busy little bee for Eng- land, homo iind duty, and are moved in ujiiiplaiut when anybody tries to slioo it off- TurUf of Aaslnlbola spoke 01 "layiiiR unholy and disloyal hands" tjn the IJritisl: preference, which was, of course, :i figure of speech, because ho hasiuned to add that nevor in his life Iind he seen u dialoyul Ccneurva- 1lvc or n disloyal Liberal. What ha meant to convey was ibai there were various of showing "Ay for this wus an aside to II. 11. Ames, ivlio had nettled him, "hy BiiiJiilyiiig good goods tn tlie army." Whereupon the member for St. Au- luint! drifted Into ullence and T.uriff went on to explain thiit five points 11 WHICH 111" tnu ujn-v. -----j inn wax win unity i ix-crie.'-. i British nrofomice. H IB perllllpB Just pimples, molli rH or I "I well'Vhat he didn't, for "Ham" Hiiriihiini is by way of beiuK an author pnuh ,iay, until ihe clear, son, youinful i -be has written novels. duty ugainuL Ungland really increase of 'HJ per cent, on the preferential customs charges and Hint consequently the Mother Coun- try was that much worse off than she was before. Tllla looks like good arithmetic, but tlie government, with the nld ot Prov- idence and tlie higher matberoiitieu, is out lo prove a "iHllaby. The argu- ment is tuat five points more tariff against English gootls is. 20 per cent, more protection for Canadian imiiiuracturerB, but 1 have never been able to graBj, tills, even with the help (if elubcrato diagrams. the Oiiposillcn goes ou ask- ing Is, "Why do yon soak the Mother Country five points, or about 20 per cont. more ou her goods when you're borrowing all the ruouey from her to finance our share in the war? Do you intend to pay the annual interest on our 'war debt to England oul of the extra These saucy questions, to which Iliele is no answer short of a blue hook ae thick as the Auditor-General's report, just naturally madden the party which has been accustomed to regard the old flag as something all its own. Somehow or other, it seems lo have lluttered out of their grasp. They don't like to think Ihnt anybody can handle it hut themselves. The fiovernment claims that It has nothing lo defend in placing an extra 20 per tent against RritiBb goods, but it takes ft lot of. explaining and roost people have poor heads for figures. The Opposition has them "working nights. Many speeches will be found in Hansard giving the rights of It CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I I''1UST CHURCH OK ''IIU1ST SCIK.VI'IST Hull Ulucic, Sm-nl'i Sri-vice al eleven a. m. Wrd- nr.siiay en-ami; Ic.itiirHjny mcetinn. X m. The room open to every Iiom three lo live MI. KiTryiuic "is rmllully imitwl tn attend. i CHIilBTAUELPHIANS I I lie Illock.! Miilrance sired soutli and 2nd aicniic siililh. W'rdii! srlivis al S p.m., Hilllc class. at P- m.. to liic l.i.-nl's di-alb, al p. in. to pnielaiiu llic lldiiiBb of Ihe Kingdom nf licid. .Snli- icct. "Tin- Lord's In Mr. Suliicj T. Halslonl. .Ml seal.-, iiec. HOMAH CATHOLIC KT. Kcunli av-! r-nue ;ilnl T'Milli hln-el. Itev. iliosentllnl, iiiislor: llev. I'r. .Minwe-j assi.slanl. t'liildrcn's al ni a! 11 a.m. Sun- j Iday I'diool ai p.m. si-rvirc j !al .Sermon.- ai uJi-li si-rvici-. i SALVATION ARMY Service] arc held at Citadel, as loiloan Sundnv. n, Holiurs-, :i p.m.. pralu at inn lll'-eliim. a I-in., ynljic Thursday ml-cUiiR, anil .Mu iner-Uns, It'll -i 8 pin. Soliliers' S p.m.. Salvalif Cllndcl Sainrday, S p.m.. For Rough, Wrinkled, Freckled, Pimpled Skin ;h wln'l.s, flyiiiir TLTII! tlirl, Injun- any complexion, In- e isli (llcllciiiirU's iinil hot air fiirnuccs roi-uiailtm be of .--jinfjiu be lei alone. .1 II Biirnliiini, wno the Ii'mlidon of West 1'el.erhoro rlhuled some Ibree. hours of reinarks hich In: ilicl not onct alluclc to tlic ami v.-Jiolly td vlciv. A.---1; Ihe for OI ouncft of niurcollzi'iJ wax ninl use ihl.s I yon lists coiil cream. in witli foaii und wiitcr. .Many who liavo 1 Irlt'il tills simple, liiinrilcii ircmmem rc- [idi- 1 aatonislilnir ri-siilif. i If bulhercd wltli wrlnkloK ir furrows', a luUon made J -Irrcil saxolll jiL itch hazel Ha'isfcn" and bridled views on almost any subject, is really u Radical, who torn Conservative and go! ug lie hates kniahllioous, ntuioi colonels, dress suits, stale halls, iifided splendor, bloated prove ivonderlully cfrccUvy. iiale-de-fois grass, hereditary lyruntB, light shoos, sliukln; pride, and a lot i of other things like that. With great Democrat, and a candid friend o[ tlie restraint he touched on none of these I Conservative parly. thincs in the one hundred and eighty lle.iuwlnle Ham joins bauds with all minutes" consumed by him, but he the rest of us In lighting for British1 WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS IIEONcillTIS CATARBII COLDS LATTER DAY r.AINTS DF I'.IWST or 1 VTTKli DAY "I Seventh Avr. lilli street. Hl.Jtl a m Suiuiav sclionl 'i p.m. sacra- meal :nMil in's Visilins alw.ivs wel- come llishun lin-cri. n'lli Secnr.d A I'l-.' S. I'iuine LUTHERAN KT. I'AI'L'S Fll'.ST Ll'TIlRllAN Sixth anii Fillci-nlll SI. i'.cv. C. minis- ter. Sumluv-. March Till, (iermar ai 11 a.m.; _ p.m al hearsa! en cdiu'silav iiifih1 League. T'liurHilay evening. CHRISTIAN ciinissTiAX PRESBYTERIAN llev. A.! II. Ili-inion. II. A 11. I) MoruiliK sf- i vice al 11. iiihji'cl. "The TaiUl in" Spi-Lial KveniiiL: scr-; vice. 7.-JH, .-iub.lccl, "The Hangers and! Nerds of Youin; The special j nmsica! uroiiiam n-inli-rcd last Sim-; uai I'vcnnri -A ill IIP ri-pcatcit (Ml re- .iiiesl is as [nl- to vnih violin obligate.; soprano and baritone I .iui-l. as the "Ill's. anil Mr. Flemillt; I well- i tv oilman lecital before the] METHODIST I a. m. Chil- s lopir, "Tin MeaniiiE oi Lcnl." "vci-cmuing of I ai, Vnllii'nl. "Consider and bear Me. .1 ;-in He-1 i'. m. Hilile sihool. "The unlit man and Ibi- lit." out Thy Liflil' solo. .Miss A. J. RUINOUS CURLING IRON N0 LONGER NECESSARY The woman whose hair has bee lj uios" coninmeU by him, but he the rest of us In llsiillng ior Bntisl, The woman whose hair has ee j made a eood speeeli Just the name. It inslilutions. for ror 1, dreads the l.o I airlmp oil She ion. 11 a was full of hlaiory and occasionally be sovernmenl, [or the greatest em- Imows only loo liov. .le.sliu. e -J appealed lo the universal mind of Ur .jnire, ami the ereatest oreanized 10 ll.e hie and beamy o. Iho h ail on of loiMir" i- "Ue mil p.n lo hear him out "In the l.Hh I for good the world has ever seen. We instrument of lonur. will remember, Mr. j have some filly llioliEand soldiers and "therefore- welcome IIH- information ,-lcc, and .McPhersou. Jloruing ser- I vices U a.m., sjibjecl. "Cnil for La- MMrnrH Corner I topic, "Gell.'.nB" I 1-'" n 1 service 7.30: J, subject. "The secret of a happy life." PENTECOSTAL I'KNTKCOS'I'AL Hall, 5lli Arc., North. Sunday at 11 a.m.'ltfoiembering the Lord's Death. 7 HO p m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, S p.m 1'ravcr and Gospel meeting. i r g dBV Milrdl 7. Tbiril Sun H in-each at hnlh storn will not only fiive hcr cenlury as von will remember, .Mr have some tilly HioliEano somiers anu tneiTlorc veicoine And of course. .Air. Speak-1 one hundred and filly million dollars lihal a simple prodncl .0 be found at IS) Ai mil cr remembered.'not becauHe lie is that! staked now, and we can get more s- old hut because once you mount the! where lliat came from rubber-neck wagon ot historv with Which brines us to the second -Ham" Burnham, you see with eyes or you don't see at a'il. 'What.'did Alexander the Clreat brane'n of the this is ,iiig or n war larilf and nol a proieclive one. As it is a large topic, II had bettei Iresses the desired without ibuming. discolorinf. Hlrcak- I Bursmann-s Hall. 413 Thlrte.atl, North inn I" on discovering Ihe wrong use of u first! stand over till Ihe budget debate i; aonst'in Homer's "'VVhaf did I farther along. Jack Cade exclaim when Ihey "were! II. t. ST AL'l-iCi I l-N o er Second avenue and Eighth street. assemblo on the Lords Day for Inir or sc'iln ill anv Rev. Canon Murrel-YVriehl. reclor. j hlcakmE oi bread at 11 a. in. Sunday -vny Ii Is! iiothin'- mon.llmn plain Matins. 11 a.m. Holy Communion cv-1 schonl at 3 Gospel prcachine nt bnisli, preferably al nishl. Pllttlns tlie rope .round his words did Lord-Salisbury make use of when his yen broke as he was .________________hair inio strands, and lone at a time I mill root to tip. In the COALDALE NEWS inoinin- the hair will be found beau- Coald.Tie, March tifully wavy anil curly, ihp ap- signing the Trealy of Ham. Mrs. John .McD. Davidson and child- ren aDll Mrs- W.. H. Pawson aiid daughter have relurned from their winter's visit in Illinois. W. Lighlburu and family have ar- llualkiwn "l- Frank Cochrane say in 1868 whlcn can't be done, because I-Yank Cochrane has never said anything In public life and consequently has left no come- bncks. The Minister of Railways Is the one statesman you can't pull a wilh linear of deadly parallel on, and I be .eve Hum lo-' Burnham trades on the fact. At Rny rate, he wnndora all over the lol, and nobody checks him up. And even at that he sticks as close lo his text as Sundiiy of the monlh. p.m. Sunday school. 10 a.m. The Rec- lor wil'I conduct Ihe services, as usual. ST. MATIY'S C. H Popham rector. Holy Commnnion, 8 a.m. and' Choral Fjiicliarlst on the first Snnilay of tin- monlh al 11 o'- clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school, p in Evensong, 7.30 p.m. BAPTIST WARNER NEWS Warner, Alia March Mor- ion, accompanied by ills wife and fam- ily, has returned Iroin Toronto and points east, wllero they have spent the winter Mr. Morten thinks the pros-j To Folks Who Dally With Corns To you wlio pare corns You who use IKIUIOS Or oilier old-lime ways. You've amply proved t hat usmif cucli lliings is merely dallying witli For your own sake, prove the right way. Millions of. people have found il. Half the corns that grow are ended by this wondrous Blue-jay plaster. The i-orn pain cawes die moment you apply it. Then the wax a [unions invention genlly undermines the com. In 48 hours the whole corn conies oul, without any pain or sorencss. Ask your Iriends. Scores of ihr.m have proved that Blue-jay makes it folly to hove corns. jay Plasters 15 ZS Siiiafilrs Mailed Fra Bauer Black, ind N.. FIRST CIIURCH-Rev. peels for u crop Ibis season are far .1. Rosa, nnsicr. Sunday, 11 a.m.. sub- Jn Alberla than they are icct, "Self-Development and Self-De- SEAL BRAND COFFEE Ask your Grocer for Seal Brand to-day. this delicious coffee Ior breakfast to- morrow. CHASE MONTREAL an y budget apenlCEr who wants to steer clear oE British preference mid high tariff and certain cither matters which have no more to do with the war than a mining prospectus 1ms with the kiusdom of heaven. Whaf I mean lo is that Ham Burnham did not tnckle the tariff be- cauae he lias only vague opinions on the illfCerantlal calculus, and nth pow- er, bill he did make, out a general case for the government within the four corners of universal history, 'which is good tactics, and will probably be fol- lowed by other speakers ou the Con- servative side. When you don't want them to follow you take them into the bush. Ham Burnhain Is much wiser than Wright of being the place where the Mualiolca nuts coma gets off ah the old wheezes about protection and free [radi; and aets tho House yawntng- This keeping track of figures Hives a man a Jev.- headache, and Ham Huru- ham shrewdly avoids 11. The differ-, ence between Ham Buruhaiu and j Wright of Mushoka is that Wright tells all he knows on the subject, and gays nothing, while Hani Burnham aaye all he knows on every other sub- ject and tolls nothing. Of course, Hum wins. If anybody can set the Opposi- tion fanning the air, it's Ham Burn- ham. Naturally, Ham Burnham talked ab- out the war. He used what Tom Owens calls the "too cocky" argument, alluding 'with all the delicacy of a steam shovel to what the wicked Grits did to three arcniiimughts in inio. Ham JK a good Canadian for [huso militarist days. He put forward the idea, that Cnnudn minus the Naval Service Act, was just the place for him. He doesn't to be uuy i nearer lo or further awuy from (he j Mother Country than he is now. [Iu j thinks the Allnnlic Ocean js jngL the right dlalnncc to enjoy fl-il ths benefits and eacnpe mosl oE the disadvantages. So far as Ham's statement EOCS, there ;irc no fanners lying awake in his conEllluency moaning for closer rela- tions with anything but a greater num- ber of dollar bille. Ham wants to be near enough to help, but' not nonr enough to bs worried hy the night bell. If you would remould tho British TCni- plrc to his hcart'w desire you would leave U us It is, becauae It tits rlshl now. All or which ROCH to show that Hum lUirnhnin IR a Hiitish fliib- jecl, a. good Cniiir.Uun, it, thcroush catcd on one ol' thu C.P-K. farms. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. II. A. Suggitt. A piilrotic programme will be the order of the duy. The school here is becoming over- crowded, and something -will have, 10 be done soon to relieve.lhe Eituntlon- The Secretary-treasurer has taken the matter uii willi the department nt" Ed- ucation ai UilmoiUon with the view of j establishing u consolidated school, hero, to take in more territory than the present district. This is the Box to get if you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble 1'hcre'a nothiiiff' else like nothing just as good, thai will do you as much good. There only tliis one prescription known ar-Gin Pills. You can gel it al all dealers in the box ;ibm e. IJe sure tonskfor "GIN PILLS" find see iluit Hie you arc offered bears Ihc legend "GIN loijelhcr with the name, Nnlional Urug ami Chcniiral Co. of Cimailii, Limited, on band arnnud the At all a bos, 6 for Pills may also be had in the United States under the name 'GINO' trc.iliucnl sent free if you write N'nlionnl Unhand Chemical Co. of Canada, Liuuled, Toron lo. u uilk ou V. M. C1. A. work. Voon Sunday school and adult classes. 7.30, "Among the lepers of the coiiiinunion following. KIbTH AVENUK er FiHh avenue and Eighteenth street. Kf.hcol, p.m.' o.ln p.m.. Rev. D. Ross, speaker. Ontario. T. YV. Ross, old-time rancher here, reiuriiKd yeslerdny from u holiday spent, in Uuili with his family. 13. C. who has lived in Warni- er for the past four years. left on Tuesday lo take up a position in Greiit Falls, and we understand that Ma con- nection with Alberta has been per- manenUy severed. Mr. LalDf la going Into inii ivbolesala lumber biuiuess. This will mean n vacancy on the Vil- lage Counuil, of which Ur. balng has been n. member for some time. At the present Lime all the members of the Village Council am away. Mr. LefFiiiB- well being at Edmomon, and Mr. G roily uelBff away in St. Paul on Busi- ness. LADY WILLIAMS TAYLOR Who arrived in New York to con vey ihc personal lliankh of Queen Mary to the memhers of Queen Mary's Needlework Guild In Now York, for tho work ihcy have already done -ind lo advise what things ure needed In the futurr She is the wife of Lhn General Manager of the Bank of Montreal. BAKER'S COCOA Possesses All Three It is absolutely pure, conforming to all Pure Food Laws. "It is of high quality, being made from choice cocoa beans, skilfully blended. Its flavor is delicious, because it is made without the use of chemicals, by a strictly mechanical process that per- fectly preserves the appetizing NATURAL, flavor of high-class cocoa beans. MADE IN CANADA BY BAKER CO. Limited MONTREAL, CANADA ESTABLISHED DORCHESTER, MASS. SPEAKEF.S AT THE DlNNEJi'lN T-OROXTO 1 ______ founirios wrrr- :il -j unidiit- yiiLbcriiif: in umU i 1 j ns rpprewnlnlivo." of their rrspcdlivr. countries; from left lo rinhi arc: .Air. ITarry ill-. Iliddcll, and Ur. Suiuk-r Hiusli, India. ;