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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MA11CH 21, 1917 TIIF, LliTIllWmOF, DAILY IIF.HALO PAGE SEVEN WASTING MONEY routs about Iwlco ns mncli II Pliuuld. In case of doubt 11] row million lo Ihc BUCU Is QUawn, Mar. llie (fie la not over by lhat time 1 rr.lon lilcn la never which (I very likely M'lll be. If this l'. ono dolliiv on Ihu where I rumor Is Iruo il is another case- of t --u will do nn vi-cll. Kvory- 'he Hordon yovcrnnicul goLDK through the of I grand dirt's of Iwalty which look fine but mean nollilng. If the Harden government were In real earnest about rccrultlug'It would iccall tlio jiiaufiueradc colonels who now Infest llic south of cut lite staff ol the overseas pay i corda nffkc In half, give all Ihc non- combat n tit positions In tlic army IICTD and overseas to returned heroes, jnirgo Its padded list ot the shirkers, nnd then turn Iti and tlic men who aro really Irylns Wllli Die money H retrenchments the 1! LI Onrynow n'RElQful methods of i -ci lilting ofn tniiiGiiEriiiff. Accord- b'j; to Iho cvMoucc ot ilio deputy adjutant general. Colonel tlhr.rlc.s VHP who hna no imrllculur wjsli to hurl (lie Hordeu govern men I Imcauso ho is ono of Us ilic t'-jLimllan army was landed up Vi'llLi fifty IhoiiEund uufils were on the roll for a yefir or more and tvcro Uicji dropped aa in- iiiialjR1. Koine of them were kept. mi even longer than Hint, liul tak- ing ihelr average duration mi the roll at n year fifty iLtUDRacid un- fits run Inlo It lins licen cnili, train :mJ iny a soldier lor one year costs one Ibinisaiul dul- Itis. It Is (liurcfuro ii iirob- loin In imiUhiHraMou lo fUure o'.it how much llfiy ilioiiKiunl minis cost. u tremendous lot of Ihnt to la do saves by these linrilcn government could afford provide cucli battalion wldi puns Instead ol risking private cHsirlty II coulj alto liuy and oilier gear left to Ihc lu supply Lhom. Cichl kUclietis, an? now ot (i 10 reslniwital uttlccifi. Whal the liovornnicnl needs lo pro- viilo from Ottawa, besldeu the IICLCI- snry expenses of recruiting. spirit find" alEf> Q eaincsl- nloul n'nUi oT llie money we 1me borrow- ed for Ilio KIovcii per Tho flimncn initifcfcr IE ion I'muilly preaching IlirJIl "Save your money nml the oilier ihiy ihal It rusl to me-." One wisiil Sir 10 Ret out nnd recruits ajul T'ujiuis lias lo say It) H-Tcrencc to ju Iuau'H jiyckol lo nail him J] .-i oicvm per cir.l. Ic.ilc.-itfo which (jrto susr-ecis lhat it ness. Itrtriillljjg in some o[ Iho mail loyal rtut for examplu come lo be ;i Joke that E ion-j oven the rucrnlLs aro not to be Inki'ii ity H. prominent inllilary wan rlaht miller lils IIOFCJ. iJ'.'.siillo Mr. Fluvc'llc's tl at ihlri r.uiiulry is dnmk iioraus'j Mr. FhiviHle' Ji i'h iirusiicTOus, injljody K al the avc-rujo rltlzen j.s sufft'rini; too inut-li money. It not llnj pjlariccl" Jiiiiu'w HJQ u'orJi- hjiiiiairn wlfo Ui'at in sixnillni; hrr -niur.ey on fancy slici't e lias lo do llie yoixt II'.S KOOL! money out lor Ihe necca- ric.-; of life which arc controlled Mr. FifiTcllc and hi3 feed buion Xo mailer ivhsi Sir. ria more than that, when one sees great theatre lilrcil for the If a dozen iirofiisBfonal c nnd (icrlinps a high coutt to act sin lt> laiul ono recruit who inuy be rejected for arches when it comes lo The Great Vc-tcraiLS1 tliousands of dollars iu sceiiiB lo be having (irea.1 diriltully in raisins two him- rlrcj and fifty (n ilitrty da Toronto i.-, loyal lliiin.oi.yore, l liecnusc Toronto begins lo EUSLJ ihnt OttAWii is "kidding us along." d'aii families arc by somn- liiitfH" against a raltij- day. Uut tlic Jl'irden Kovcinnionl doe.s not act i'.i uwn ndvicc. It still insists Sj'Ciutlng dollars one -.voulu ilof simply because FjjF-nilins Is pood innl Ihcir friemls nceil tho money. Sometimes Ihc; n.o-x-y lhat in from a forty per fc-til. (ariff plus liorrowinss at home and abroad .malicsj them feel -s.'> rieli that they look about for u-.iyl; blow in another million or two.' C imp Harden I'naL kind of Ii rimoiil. Another HUlo Irlek is to nnnoURCo tl it moicy will IJG Ejicnt on one thing then spend il on another. Such; M-.s the Nntlunul UcsisLiatioii niovc- 11 diit ivliich people thoiiRlil is inlcntleil to lead lo national scr- of a military character., In.'ilCud. r-n far aV'wo :can fu'dec the j Yi.guc tillcrances of Uircclor lien- and others, .U was a EorL of "in- fl'Jatrlal and not a iiarllcu- li.rly spirilod one at lhat. The cards (K'lbblc Ju and (lie Uuic I.VTS been e.vUimled to Mnrch Si, with fnir ]t oniisc that IL will he extended itflcr (hat, if the gc to the Ilino. Kxlcndlnu thno is one of the tilings the luirdcn "ovcrnmcnL doos. U tnlks of cxlc-iiding ile Itrra atiotlter >ear from October, 1917, not with the consent of Ihe British parliament. liy means of ita majority In-Ihc fommona and Reiiatc. Thus docs govcnuncnt lift itself hy its own On this theory of ex- tensible existence tiie Hordcn govern- ment could go on forcvor, simidy by sentencing ite'C'lC far life to Ottawa. Xo doubl rcglstrnlion cosls money, Ii il u-luiL arc a lew hundred llions- ;i d dollars lo n guvcrnincut lhat n million dollnr.-; a day'.' ie rL'f-lEtr.ition may lir-lp Ihc pro by Indicating reserve sources n hiljorr Init, so far, il has hncn no h'-lp Co cxceiit indireclly. of mimes we are informed, arc f-i Ml lo Ihc' various recruiting ccn- 1i with Ihc situation tbat llteso itipIiL be men to This EK a rather mil limid, not lo say way of using a rcgistra- linn Miat was nndrrtnkcn (n Iniitd 1111 Ihc army. Director Hen- iiiilt cvidenlly helJcves In not allow- ing the right fiilc of his six-hundrcii- j ivorcls-p.-nilnule face to tnow what tho' left atdc or his face U winWTiB at.j The iiiorning In two us lllrcclor Dennett in two voles. At] Saskntoon he Is tho people I tliat registration doesn't mean con-' r-criplion md tlial the nralrica will' flo their duiy.lf they produce rropa rattier than recruits, while at Iho Fame ttmc he is niailnit; lists to Tor- onto nnd oilier nulilnry districts vhlch arc comiiiled ifroni (ho very i-csislralfon carda whirli- nrc not to tcrve as a liasTs of con-criplion. H Is lielicvcil licrc tbat Dirocinr Hen- nctt speaks hy the Look when he Iftlls Ihc U'cst not lo fear censcrlp- llnn, biit Uir.l is no rcnstM ivliy lie x p'lanld FCCTJ at Lho tn creilit ftr n warm feeling conscrlntton in the liolbcds of kynlly In the Hast. On "ihr theory that actions speak k idor than ivords, shrewd oltscrvcra Ii ire nrpuc Hint was meant urinisrily (o the C-. that h.-s.followed tiii liis first move P.I, which will t-] o'w Jnsl whc-re. when in ivimbcr.s workmen arc nccilcrt or can lir dispensed IVJUi Ihft resist ration anil the oc- ciiialiona] survey nrc t.iken lo mean tho Canadian at my needn't lortk fcr nny inoro from lhat fiuarlcr. UcglstrAlioii anrt suv- vpye are for the co-nlorl and Iho rinji'n'ot Lurerj? at homo, nfl for tlio soMiers al Iho fronl. Kmvicr has it lhat the po.eranicnl j a [urffal o' II.'' MHitin act will 'rnisn r lir-nc of fifty thousand men, he available to go lo the end of eighteen months U !I. F. CrADSJW. Some Tjcrnian iiRftt, when diicil, 45 cent, of carbon anil "lijhaa nrarly hair the licatliij; value of coal. Effer vtscent on your dressing table, n nil every morn- ing inkc from this bubbling foun lain Nice rosy checks nnd p. clear completion. will surely reward the daily use of ABBEY'S XOXE BETTOR CIIII.MHi.N FOIMS H CAFI'UKKi) AHHOI'LAXIv. Gas Tractor Owners 'tnh iiliotoiiraph IB rejirouucntl from Iho L'ennan ncwa- "Dkjsvoclic" a yrcni iLoroiiIiiic wJiCch tlie Jescrlljt's 33 "ono of llie latrjst Urillah pattern." U Wgyrr I ban Iho "Ilya MouroJiielz" the huge Ilusslan ami can apparently carry jiltout leu or twclvo i' Idea of the size ean lie Rallied by comparing II Arc your cylinders worn or sooml. We ean rcborc Ilicin untl t'K (licin with ne and leak nrooi' I'i WC GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AURLY'S VITA TABLETS lor jwlc, Ccrits a Boi Desirable Home For Sale No. 920 10th Sired South Espccinlly well built cottapc, built and occupied by Ihe Utc Mr. Frank Cline. Lawn, fence, trees, vines, Verandah, cement w.nlt'.s. Fully modern, full basement, steam hi. at, faun dry in b.nsamenl. In- terior well finished and the whole place in first class con- dition. Apply to the Trusts Guar- antee Co., Ltd., Leihbrldge, Ad. ministralors Estate Late F. Cllne, or H. OsLlund, Solicitor for Ihe same. 'Babies' Milk Milk supplied from individual caws that have passed tnc tubercular lest by the govern- ment veterinarian. Cream WANTED Highest prices paid (or Ho. 1 Cream and Check for Each Shipment by Return Mail. Milk MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED DAILY- DAIRY Plione 152i SOI 7lh St. S. Across the vision of a man -came a car. He built the car. with it built a world-famed institution. The field of motordpm choked with weeds. Luxury'rode Mog'u'r engine in an upholstered truck. Men were tired of motor extravagance.' But, the supreme comfort of motoring came not economy. Chalmers of a came from low-cost production of the car ideal. Chalmers saw tha-semiWe sort of car a business man would drive. A car that would appeal to keen mindi as a Bound buy. The Chalmers Institution, founded on ideals, took iip the task, to bring to men of moderate means, comforts that until then only a Croesus could beauty, fine furnishings and finish, light weight, speed performance. Chalmers built the ideal car. you car ideal for the price. Price never creates the ideal. Chalmers has said "Any fool cnn cut prices, but it takes brains to make a better article." No, tho Chalmers Institution made the car to the Chalmers ideal. Your Business Man's car must lie a fine car. Luxurious comfort, his family expects. Appearance he must have, he's grown an jesthetic. Power, for speed and heavy, going. Life, in crowded traffic. lPep, oivthe hills. 1 Security nnd reliability above all. Chalmers made a car for every day business: not n toy nor a truck a road-active pleasure MOTOR CAR? The car was built, a Chalmers. Chalmers efficiency held down co2ts. Chalmers markets: supplied an output enormous. The Chalmers1, Institution produced the ideal at the cost of j CHALMERS BRIDGES THE BOUNDARY.' The Canadian Chalmers is made to the Chalmers, Canada. Chalmers has created a Factory in Canada. The young giant parallels the old. It is one the parent Chalmers Institution; one in purpose-- one in ideals of making and marketing cars. Men high up in motordom have linked theiri fortunes with Canadian Chalmers. In every city the bi? motor car distributors are Chalmers men. Local success joins with Chal-' mers success. Men who achieved by well, are eager to sell the ideal Chalmers is a symbol of success -that attracts successful men. Your business man drives his Chalmere. chose it because it was the ideal car, the sensible) car for him. He calls it by name, "his Chalmers." In Canada, throughout the world, the name rings clear. Chalmers is a car, a man, an institution. Chslnifri ft-SQ 0-30 rcs-bttr G-30 7-pancncer 1615. 1T7S, UK. USS. SSSS. SSSS. THE CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED, WALUERVILLE, OHT D. S. Williamson Co. 32O 9th Street South, Lethbfidge, Alta. Phone 1546 ;