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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'iniv t.r. u WEDNESDAY. MARCH 12, 1910 PAGE FOl'RTEF.X DEAD MEN'S SHOES bere is- every nasou 10 fcelic t D V will be llu> rfcht Daniel Dotnld Mackenzie Sreton. Nova Scolia. is she JUMI-..-V-. trie-pinch who Kill bridge the be- tween Ine wilderness anil tbe land uDin bul meanwhile' the mart- leader Mai'Keirao will be ass.swu Chief Hcbb aud a ot four. The main duty of Mr. 'Boon than 10 slay the Plii'istmes four hours a day. U-ador Mackenzie. job is .o leaS-nnder advUemem-for nix-r what lovely day ii wlTefi-Jlie armistice- was sifned. wlial j davl for .it was tor, a'fc-Jiow n.nr the vacant illiey. -uu nf vrlll bo' In ntleuclanee.' iV whv w ___..........___ to lose Moravia Is now showu to bo Czech. grouuil in Novn Scoiia nnw tiiat the first line careless rapture is oter. In Nova Scotia a man mnst lio either a laus? the. bull; of the imputation ot vrlll bo' In ntleuclance. oru .ej v.llcn he q J WJ f. ot telng That is lo say j ,hal U6veru- H e as both. Commons.- LOOK to llie. D orthodoxy is more look lo the west. IASTHM. flSTHMADOR; Don't Lose Time in the Spring 'Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs now. We have a large stock on hand. jLethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. ,hc House of east and we have looked to (ho east The west may get its turn when the National Convention takes 1 make a guess that this mil be u session witb D. B. MacKeuiie in the van. He a tull of impetus, out he does not lack discretion. He was a Judge for two years .once upon aeyU caDUi time, but founil the life dull and got back into politics where he could au- nlv Ic's juaiciousness to livelier issues. The niatler which usually comes up for D 1J'3 judgment in the hent of debate' is, "Shall I kill him now or simply disable Sometimes he According to a statement 1. Dave Hoes ii> tlie Canadian morning, Ihere is no iu-' tuntion of esialiHshiug or eucourag-! ing any dual or secessionist iiinvc- nicnl, and wlillo Ihero may be henslou anions some of Ihe eastern meu regarding the movement. Mr. Hccs euvs lhat ho is conviuccil that wlieil inoveinent nt.Mltt3 country imil.-rrstanJs 'thn reasons which prcmnled the delegates arranging such au iGter-provincial con- vention wVl commend rather than condemn It. CURE THE HEADACHE Don't Endure it That htaiUchc ami neuralgia seem to be gcltiwji cUionle. Kvery day or EO, yon art bothered. Get Uomimou C. U. Bromide Ouiiime Tablets. Uomiuiou 0. K. Q. will get. lo wort ;it i; llie pai ti tfll ic the system, Nature a chauce lo reinforce her Trentcoctl Dominion C. B. is by the celebrated firm National i'JniR Clieinical Co. of CniiaiUj LiuiilcO, which, aloue. ;s suiEcieiit guarantee the intrinsic worth of lllis prrpantlton. Ott a to-day anJ be jtrcparcdjo combat disease btfore its inroad soecome serious, i, in the Red New ting We nave been clothing the men of LelK- bridge and district ior J 5 years. We go "on clothing them. We know them Well and have earned their confidence through giving better service, the highest standard in quality at all limes, at prices, that are reasonably.fair to all. We know more about their clothes wants than any one else. Now we have a great new stock of Society Brand andFit Reform Clothing for Spring. Smart and undeniably new suits that carry the absolute standard of fashion from collar to trouser hem. Spiendid range of new light weight coats that are a little smarter, a Jittle finer, and a little better made the money than any others you can possibly get. Suits going, Top Coals, We wffl rwt tbe our business on these better made clothes. We invite your .inspection of these higher grade garments now on display. v Come to the store where you get a much larger rarige to choose from, a higher _ quality of costs you, no more. Inteilfgible to Xova Scoiia than Union G-veniment which is like a JMJ a p'.aid shawl-liable to-burst itself 1 Irving to make good. Wiitn Union- I ism invaded Xova Scotia it stopped at Capo Breton which is an island, cs George the Third, willi almost human intelligence, aptly observed. Unionism failed lo reach Cape Brcion possibly the devil cannot water v, maybe because D. D. MacKonzle- tov-wave it back. At all events it didn'( make a ripple. Anil now having upheld the faith, D. D. gets faith's 'reward. The comment of the curious is con- cerned with the initials D. D. which the new leader roijiit as well wear after name as much doee he know about theology. D. D. was brought np on the Bible and the Westminster Companion not had nourishment for the growing nind es- pecialiy when -mixed with Nova Sco- tia politics, a combination which in- sures lively intcrcsLboth _here and hereafter. Xow that he has become leader ot his party" S-J-Jias; of course, ever. Indeed it is no! often that pre destination so comfortably D. D. has read.tie tiines ohcji' as" Holy as the preie eiimpie of Eaglish literature a of-defence Many a poor victim hSq D. with Bible Tic Bfolo i to him a sWord, a buckler, a biff 'and a fencing foil. -It lakea know edge to handle -tue, MJile that yyay The word of peace, brAke trumpet o thnnder. D. has It at his tongue's end. Give him tho ?3iblR and a iew statistics and .D. Emlte any Amalekile' that hobs .up--smite him hip and thigh and elsewhere.' His wit1 Us full delicate trip- ping but massive. I recall at the iflbment one of Iris .many pet phrases when he spoke of progress of the Trade. Commerce bfcpartmenJ." D.'s firat name is Daniel Tvliich indicates that ho has dared .to slnnd alone on more than one occasion. The j last time lie did it -was when he stood up iti the House of Commons and gave Sir Joseph Fiavelle's profitable piet- ism what' was coming tOf it. His formance ihen convinces me that writ handle Ihe poliliKll situation with courage, and boldness. If .ho erUers any lion's den it will, not-bc a'one who will do 'the afterdinner speaking, incidentally the bilingual rjneslion has no'terrora for him. He sijeaks both ihe great I.English and llie Gaelic. DpJhe: Bright Reflections from the Snow Infonie Yobr Eyes "Se rays, some of which, known as ul.ra-violel, havo-bcen proven by science :to be destructive to the from roads or bright is in ravs'oiare like that hurts (he eyes, just as does the glare from head lights, "spoWights or any slronu Artificial "IhU The nitra-vioLt rays arc, maKc you to protect your eyes temporarily mc Therefore, if reading or working under strong artificial li snow, hurls your eyes, pay visit.- Delays are dangerous. Southard Block (Ground Floor) F. H. WILKINS OPTOMETRIST AND .SIGHT SPECIALIST Phones 1959 1937 Hours .9 to 6 Sat, "THE UNITED OF ALEESTA AND POLI- TICAL ACTION The Wils Canada'Best 2' M'S McGuire LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. NRKHAM pOCK. LETHBRIDGE. In accordance with tfco resolution passed by the Annual Convention o[ .the United Farmers of Alberta, more [than tbe required ten per cent, of .the locals in the -Medicine Hat COTSUIU- fency have expressed their dcalrd lo call a convention for the consideration of political action. It has been deckled lo call the con: vcntlonito be lieW in the City of Mem- cine Hat at' ID o'clock, on Tuesday morning, 'Martli ?.5ih. The Becker hnll lias been secured for tlio occasion. President H. W. Wood has oeen In- vited to Ire present. This Is ihe first conveniion to Ire called under, the pro- visions of tbe political action resolu- tion passed by th V. F, A. annual con- vention in January. i At the fecerit U. p. A. meeting of Iho Olds Local re Political (here were present representations from Red Deer, I'cnhold, Innis'al! anil llmdm After some discus- aion It was to call A prelimin- ary meeting of Ihe locals In the. Wed Deer conaiftuency, for the purpose of ascortalnloe If Ihe farmers In Red oonslHiiency were for ftidfr pendent political action. This vrill hi rrier'.-ly a meeting to asf.ertain or not Iho U. P. A, locals tn call n convention of IlCfl Deer constituency tor political action, '''J WINS PRAISE 1 The following world-famed uvtists, who have appeared recently in Montreal, were supplied with a Willis Piano for their personal use, and they have expressed their profound admiration .for .4his beautiful Canadian-made instrument: ANNA CASE JACQUES THIBAUD NICOLAI SCHNEER RUSSIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA LEO ORNSTEIN Y3AYE LAZARO SAN CARLOS OPERA CO. MADAME CLUCK ZIMBALIST MARTlNELLl' OE LUCCA PIANO FOR YOUR HOME" STORE HULL BLOCK, at the clly hall at Kyi .T Hay, March ISIh' at ?.i _ In the last four ft oMed from Cancer and 65 from tuberculosis in Jlegirm. 707 THIRD AVE., SOUTH. for fchlikerinj nnd exclusive for AEOUON-VOCAL10M FKOIIOGRAPH ;