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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta RATimoAY, MAnr.ii no, *ior� Tirc LRTiiDnmOE daily mnsun PAfiP. THIRTEEN The Friendships of Union Govt. (By M. P. QAOMV) Mr. H. V, Undsby linn resumed hid political letters ami those wilt appear aach Biittlrclny In tho Herald. Mr. Uadsby has espoused tho imuxo of Unloli government and his lottnrt nro now nonpartisan. An he says; "Tho alignment ol the two Rroat political parties ti koIdr to ho vacuo and confided (or some time to come. 'Dm people (Will want Ottawa affairs discuss-i)d in tholr newspapers from a national rather than a partisan point ot view. For this reason tho Ottawa correspondent, to please Ui� newspapers lio servos, and tho poopto who read hla comments, muat be absolutely In-dopondont of any support aavo that of tho nowspapors who take his copy. . Tho following letter la tho flrat ot tho series. ! Ottawa, Marah 30.-"Tho was a ripping good joko Sir Goorge made today," mid the Hon. Frank Carvell a� he oamo out ot tho Clreon Chamber atrn-lii-nrov with tho Hon. Dr. Hold. 'Just imagine it-Frank Carvoll, Fighting Frank ot yo oldon tlmo, Carvoll whom .good Conaervativea used to regard. as tho dovlt'a own scourgo, Carvoll tho thorn in smug aolt-aatla faction's aide, broaching aweet noth ihgs into Dr. .neld's car and passing compllmonta, .to Sir 0 cor go Foster! Oh thcBo Intimucies of tho council table! These atnaztnR frlendahlpa ot Unldn government! Truth Is'Indeed stranger than fiction. Not. that Sir George Fostor doea not deaervo all the compllmonta Frank Carvel I can pay him. For some yeara now I havo watched Sir Oeorgo ripening and mellowing, his mordant aatirc turning into gentle humor under the sun of brotherly lovo and one way end another.getting as near heaven, as politician can. Sir George looks back over hlit shoulder at a long, useful lite, and ha haa become vary tolerant of hla follow man on both sides i� politic*. / m\n� my guana It ho was not roady fur Union govarnment a good all montlm In udvancn ot the roat ot hla colloaguoa-auch waa tho mood ot amity lm had achieved. t A RodI Joke And now Sir Uoorgo la making Jokes -Jokoa which attract the attention and arouau tho admiring comment ot that undent am! robuatloua enemy, Frank CarvcllI They muat be grtiut Jokoa-to command tho pralae of auch a truculent critic. Hut then Blr Onareu can turn tho luuith on anybody or anything. Only tho other day ho had an argument with a Mogul ongtno at tho Union Btatlon in Toronto which aont Sir Uoorgo to tho hoapltal but which changed tho eng'lne'a point ot view and no doubt broadened Sir Ueorgu'a aenae ot humor. At all events Sir Uoorgo did Bomelhlng' then to which no other orator In or out afcParlla ment haa ever aspired. But this feat TO BE Should Read MrcMonyhan't Letter Published by Her Permission. Mitchafj; lhi.~" Lydia E. Prnkham't Vegetable Compound helped me so much during, tha time I waslookingforward to the coming; ot my little one that I am recommending it to other expectant mothers. Be for* taking it, aomaday* I Buffered with neuralgia ao badly that I' thought I eould apt live, but after , taking three bottlea |of Lydia E. Pink' 'ham's Vegetable "{Gompeoifhtr waa eh' (itirel/ relUvedVefr' yiteuralgia, 1 *ad (gained in strength and waa able to go around and do' all my housework. My baby when seven inontha old weighed 19 pounda and I feci better than I have for a long time, never bad any medicine ao me ao much good. "-Mrs. PEARL MONYHAN, Mitchell, Ind. ' Good health during maternity is a moat important factor to both mother and child, and many letters haw been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of health resttfl'edduringthia trying period by the use Of Lydia E. Pinkhanvt Vegetable Compound. E RETURNS AFTER EXCITING TIMES M"rom Our own Correspondent) Illalrmoro, Mnr. '.'i5. - Tom Jffvans and wife arrived home from the old country on Saturday morning. Tom wag a, vnleron In tho South African War uml whon war broke out be atarted for lOiiKlund und worked upon vessels plyliiK the Mediterranean. He was on iho Arabic whon It waa torpo-docd, and flouted some hours before he waa picked up. He finally got back, to England and took unto.htm aolf a wife. They are now visiting hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, Evans, who havo two other noun overseas and ono In the 78th Dattery, Calgary, ____.....___________ ________ ______ I'to. J, Sloan arrived hack from of derrlng-Uo waa not' enough. Lying | England on Tuesday morning. The ... . ...... .1 Vt---,_. . 1 . ......... ...----. 1... friends that went to meet him at tho atatlon failed to boo him get Oft, for ho dropped off tho train on the Other _____ _ aide Ho waa found later going along, by means'ot absent treatment what Uha apur to the now townaito. Jim can ho do when he is up and busy? doesn't care for any noiae wh�n ha on tho flat ot hla back, with IiIb hands tied down by hla aide, Sir Oeorgo piled up a majority ot sixteen thousand. U a man can do that with a majority YOU'RE BIU00SH.ET "CAM LIN LIVER AND BOWELS Don*! May Headachy. Constipated, Mak, With Sad �raath and ( .atomaah tour. ,/ - Oat a 10>O8at box novV. " You men and women -who cau't get reeling right-who ; have.' headache, jooatad teniae, bad-.taata.. andV foul breath, dtesinoss, can't sleep, are bUlhe eloquence ot compact language close reasoning, and definite purpose On the hustings or In parliament, Mr, Howell makes equally good speeches He never makes a poor speech because ho never trusts to the moment to throw a lot ot flub-dub together. He prepares his speeches, midnight-oils them to the last .syllable,.,i'n'j*#hich matter he sets an example .to our, Elder Statesmen, who havo' long thought that anything >was good enough for the crowd.' Mr. Howell's critics, and they are many, take the ground that Mr. Rowell'may be earnest, but that be 1b earnest about only a few things. He Is .earnest1, about moral reform,'about winning the-war, about the greatness 'and solidarity of the British Empire-all sentimental questions as it were-the' pie of politics-tho subjects, that is. to say, over which any one with a. spiritual side to his nature may smack his ;llps. But how, about the tariff and the other sordid details which make up tlm daily fare of politics? When will Mr. Rowell show an expert interest In these homely but necessary matters? When he doea he will cut a much greater figure in politics than he does now. � . >.. ./Meanwhile, his task Is to conquer certain unpopularity with the man onV.the street, who' would love Mr. Rowell more if he could respect him less. Just one amiable falling-just orfc. little cigarette, smoked in public -^Hiay In the lobby ot the Chateau- and Mr. Rowell would win manja hearts. "What is one mass?" sahf HiSnry ot Navarre, foregoing tor the arrives. Ho looks fine. Tho trip If It linn It ought to make a big hit with Parliament. Ono wonders also whether Mr. Bftllantyno has the comic quality, but I don't aeo how that Can be because-well, because the tariff Is no Joke. It Is no Jolte, and yet it Is no curso-because It Is a smooth Way of extracting money from a people not rlpo yet for the rough, bluff methods of direct taxation. Even Dr.'Michael Cla^k haa modi fled his views ot "the tariff to the extent of blaming it for everything ex cept our recent sovero winter. This shows how much Union government has done1 for the great apostle of free trade. I don't see how we.orfe to get along wlthouj. tariff for some years to,come. It .will bo one ot.many ways of ..raising a lot of money.' We havo one'plumber in Parliament, but.it will take more than ono plumber to'solder the leaks In the treasury. Wo have also one dentist, but it will take more than ono dentist to fill the cavity in' the revenue.. Still, whenever I-look at Mr. Ballantyne I remember that De Wolfe Hopper.otace'sang "That .elephant ate ill night and that/.elephant ate all day." and. somehow: or. other I link that elephant up' with high tariff. However, nobody reckons to meet that elephant,crossing a bridge this session-not' oven' the western menv hers. H. F. OAD9BY. oversea**feMBftt dori'i him any harm IV Wnil''rtisJM*,i� get aarom the f.\M0iMf/t, Hfrfflitied ��� �bum, Jobrt Hn�to# who won kilted in scion la�t',Aw��t Pte, A. May rjxpofrtod noma on Haturday.but fulled to arrive. Later advices came that he in sick Hi Montreal nnd*W!ll not be able to conw'for two or three weeks. Ho la suffering from tho effeetn of freneh fever. Pte. May also enlisted in the 132nd. Pto, VVIItons arrived homo on Mon day morning surprising everybody. Me Jolnoii the 192nd (n Ulalrmore and was transferred to tho 232nd of Edmonton. '.' Ho wont, overseas with that uult and went to Franco with n tun' netting corps. Ho was wounded by a shrapnel. He shows the piece taken out of (lis log, the size of which Is. V4 Inch in length. Oapt; Dakar arrived at tho Sanatorium at- Fraak on Monday, morning. He Is' appointed an medical officer there. Dr. Baker practised medicine In Blalrmoro four years ago. His many trlenda are very glad to see him again. When ho left here ho went to take up work with the Mayo Bros. In , Rochester, Minn.. From thenco. ho went to Now York State. During laBt summer he practised medicine in the Foremost district. Last fall he onliated in the medical corps ahd was on the examining hoard. In January? he was sent to China by the government to look after coolies who were being transported overseas to France. Ho just arrived hack from that trip. Inspector Torrie has been inspecting the "local schools this week and returns to Macleod on Wednesday evening. Anniversary Services  Next Sunday Hev. Wilkinson of the Union church of Pincher Creek will conduct tho anniversary services In the Union .church here. He Is well known as an excellent speaker. Rev. Fulton will preach in Pincher Creek next Sunday. The Union church will also hold a platform meeting In the church oh Monday evening. Rev. Wilkinson will' speak at that time besides the local ministers ot the Pass. The ladles' aid of the Union church have held a very successful sale of work in the i.o.O.F. hall today. They report the receipts very satisfactory. . 8gt. Flnnlgan, who has been instructor for the soldiers at the Sanatorium this last, year, leaves tonight for Saskatchewan. BANK Of ENOLAND l.nuOon. March 30--The wftekly nUtmnsnt of the llnnk  of England �howi the following changes In pound* at'-rllng; Tof.it r^'TV" ; rlr j r;rea�ei!. l.Slft.O'n J rreased, MW.Om �Jnrr^s^'-d 432.000; ir.cd. 4*�; t'lihll'* rt^ponlts in-', note* reserve rle- rrrnsfit, 4?fi,000; govern mnnt SPourl-tl�h flrrroftaotl, l.fiSl.fllHI The proportion of the bank'* reservn to liability tlil'i wiK-k If Xt.'i'l P"r vent.;' last week It, was 18.SS por ui'tit. Rato of dlneount flvr> per rent. A Lifetime Piano- YOU WILL SPREAD THE COST OF A MASON & RISCH PIANO OVER THE MANY YEARS OF A LIFETIME-BECAUSE THAT'S THE KIND OF PIANO IT IS-A LIFETIME PIANO Planet, Vletrolas, Records, Player-Rolls "THt HOME Of THt VICTMAA" tvtav STri.C-EVr.AY PRICE 1R, and thousands of slcoh0s foa you to SEtter mm BALMORAL BLOCK fira'rtri FIFTH ST. Sheet Music, Strings Repairs, . Musical Merchandise ! The father of the twins, "C. P. R." and "Missanabic," so named by the doctors of the Montreal Maternity Hospital, whither they were taken from the C. P. R. train on which they ware horn while en route from St. Johri| B.. to Montreal, is Pte. P. "OIadi">,M,cKenzle, one ot the three sons of VPeter McKenzle, managing director ot the Chlbugamol Company. if ' Are yna keeping your- bowels, clsan J'momont n conviction in order to win (with Casoarets or merely forcing.-a,IParis. What la' one clgarette-^-we'll paaaagaway ovary/ taw days jwlta �alia, oathartlc .pills or oartor oil? ' C as carats work whila; you, sleep; aleaaaa tha/ atomach, remove the sour, undigested fermenting food and foul laaaa; take the excess bile from the liver and carry out ot the system �U the cooatipatad waste matter and poison la the bowels.  Caaoarat will straighten you put fcy morningTT* iO-cent box from any (rug store frill keep your stomach * I west; liver and hpwels regular, and head olaar for months. Don't forget tha ohlldren, 'They lova Casearata ba-rause thay taste good-never grlpa or, ilokan.-Advertisement. . y�ar front ^oaaoaipUoat MJlli^ajij aould bai^a been jpvfd 1* anly'1 epipmon � stsse prevention had bees Mid In the first stage. If YOU ARB  Bjafferer from Asthma, Broa-ehStia, Catarrh, rieurlsy, Weak Lungs/' Cough and Colds-all^ JM* eases Heading; np to Coninmpllon-^ Tuberealoili, YOU ABB Interested in Dr. fitraodgsrd'i/T.B. Me'diclna. ,Wrlt�> for Testimonials and Booklet cs. sTaAJrooABO'i ' Hgnionra oo* Yoais Strssi Toroaio. let it go at that. 'The Hon. Chaa. Murphy's" remarks anent Mr. Rowell continue to reverberate down the corridors of time. Mr. Murphy Is Irish, and when he speaks about Mr. Rowell' he speaks not only con aniore but'Connenutra> Mr.' Mw1 phy is known as the Shillelagh of the Opposition-and a doughty ataille-lagh be is anddeals many lusty blowB. The general opinion ^vaa that he certainly dmYbeat Up Mr. Rowell, but about the result there' were two schools of thought-one^ that it was bad tor Mr. Murphy, because it would create sympathy for Mr. Rowell, the other that it would be good tor Mr. Rbwell because It would: show him the treatment he might 'expect when he got away from Toronto, where the Globe and the Star and the good people generally are always presenting him with. prizes for good conduct. There is a large, cold' world outside Toronto, and this fact Mt. Murphy has conveyed to Mr. Rowell is language not oyer delicate; There ought to bo a lesson In 'it for somebody: Personally I believe 'that Mr. Rowell suffers from the kindness of his newspaper -: friends who will insist on painting the lily and crying up thp virtues of-'a-publlo-Bplr-Rett citizens who.would succeed much bettor on his own merits. � ' It,.muy interest>.tho gentlo'reader, and tho ungentle ono/ likewise, to learn that tlje: Hon, 0. C, Ballantyne la a glgnntesque ^tat^Hjnan'; almost as tall as the lilgli tariff ho favors.'He is' remarkably like De Wolfe Hopper in face and figure. One doos not know whether his voico has the sanj|o bourdon auallty as- the big'comedian's, but CROWNJRAND ODRNSSYRDP will do more than satisfy children's craving for "some-thing ^weet" - it will supply .them with a wholesome food. Dealers every* where have: "Grown Syrup" in 2,5,10 and 20 pound tin! ind "Perfect Seal" Quart Jars. Write for free Cook Book. THC CANADA STARCH,CO. LIMtfCD, MONTREAL. 29 nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnann FIT-REFORIVI The Approach of Spring turns men's thoughts to a change of apparel. Wearers of good clothes line, up and. wend their way to where Fit-Reform can be obtained. WHY? Because they desire the best possible in Tailor-made clothes. * Fit-Reform Clothes are peerless-rand the best proof is your cbmparilibn. Let us demonstrate to you the essential points. McKELVIE & McGUIRE . 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