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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnDAY, MAY 1R. lOlR THK LI I'lllJRlDGE DAiLY IIF'^HALD P^VGK NFNE 19 SYMPTOMS OF THE WAR CRISIS SESSIONS Oltiiwii, May M. 'I'lu; nol roKull or Uila wiiMi-lHis (ti^HSl')n liiiH liooii to Inillciilii symplomn nillior lliiui to aKPfuvatu .'omplalritn. 'IMio viirloim cUinuMils of opinion Iiiivo doiio uotlilriB nioro tlimi fool I'.av.h oUum- out. l'"oi' I'u-ion Oovermnoiit, (lit! worm l� yi^l to c'.onio. Parliament has wil M/.iu] liHolf np ynl. J'Jvoii llml (.orlisiirn plill-oHOolier, tlio OUiuvii iorronpoii(l(!nt, linsti'l. miulo \ip his niind iibonl II. All liR luiow.s Ih Unit. I'lii'lliiniont IniK put llirongli uwrv nnil llltln mnnsui'OH anil dono Iokk tiilldnn In (dKlil wunliM tliHii it {'Me.r did lit'foro.. KvuryllihiK lijiK l)Ocn dono, from votlnK liiiir a, l)illlon dollarH to carry on lliu WHY, down lo aolllliip; how many orbh tlr(/r many- arc in alioyaiicc. It liH.'i been so litllf! anxloiiK to dlscloHO its real Hcntinii'niH on tlio Kroat domeatlo iasupa that it c.liose, lor cjintuple, to spend a whole tiftcriioon on the qiicstlon oC Krnd-Ini; hay. ' Wo may assume (hat tlie wliolo hay (inoHtion Iiiih boon Bolved from (ho baled HtnfC they nnn tin rliotoru; In the HouKn of Comnuma rlfiht up to (lie Ion million dollarH ^vor|h of hay they propose to feed Jliat dead, the------ At (ill cvontrt Parliament preferred to dl�Piiss Imy rather than the tariff, thor'o being a Keiitlemen'i' asree-iiient not to Konge eneli other's eyes out on thiH ve.xed siii).|e('t until the Hum has been dealt with. What Union Government must be prepared to meet after this war Is off our mimlH is a' I'arllamenI with half a dozen or more big e'laavaRes of opinion. One doubtB whether Rodoliiiio I,emieiix's statement lliat tlil.s Is a country of /j'c� writt � Tka Nalmaot Drat an4 H ChamicalCo.of Cenaria, i Umlud  Toronto � u. I. imnu'. aa-9rt'Zt., Nt. � tUMiiall., hlKli.n.l. M lis we nro lo 1)0 careful in many ihln];:j. the Tjiriff Among other things tluit fierini.n people ill the eii.Ht will he in earn-est about is the tariff. (Jazliig al (lioni with the naked eye, 1 niud ('oekshntt of Hrantforil. and tli/ise of this tribo Just as resolute for ibe high wall anil no breneheB as ever. Colonel John Currle lias also miide a few remarks about the tariff, hk for example that it sliimld be high enough (o offset (lie levelling (en-dencioii of direel lr�xatlon, \ini 1 doubt if Colonel .lolwi is as keen about the tnritt as he is about giving the good olrl Tory-Orange party a leg up. Indeed that Is another' phase of oarnestuesH llnlmi Coveriv-ment will be called upon lo meet. ---the earnestness oC who love the old parties and would like to see thom co^o to llti! again. Ue-siisellulors are at work bolli in uni\ out of the Mouse. Sir Ham Is on the job at Ottawji and I ho Hon. Robert riogors la a walking delegate. Nor do the f>iboral.s la.g behind-they their nilHsioiiarios too. Sir Sam had a little run in �.�.Ith the Speaker the othor day. Simj.le-niJndod persons saw in It a more InvaBlon of Purilameninry etinuelte. lint wns tliat all? liiess your heart no! Sir Ham is an old hand and when he raises a row it is for a purpose. His on this oi'cas-ion wns not to flout Mr. Speaker, who ha.s a genial temper and is very hard lo flout, but to pour karo-,sene on a fire already lighted in the Cabinet. ]-remiev Horden will visit England presently and lie will lie accompanied by Mr. (.'alder, Mr. Mclgheu 'and Mr. Howell. This arrangement leaves the l\Iinis(ei- of IMilitla. Colonel Mowbnrn, and the JUiilster of Marine. Mr. Ballantyiie, at home. Sir Sam believes that the two gentlemen tliii.s left derelicts not like It and he does hla bust lioli) the (jnarrcl along. A Hot Time Along similuv lines Ilocken, Toronto, did yeoman service oilier day when ho read an i't^say on tlie high aims and objecl.s of (lie Orange Order as his contribution to tlie budget debate. He added a few snappy remarks about the blllngUHl finuation, nnd one way and another had one real Orange-Sentinel hell of a time. The gist of his argument, as 1 gathered it, was that Nature abhors a Vatican. Naturally he struck tiro Itfira Que-bee, Rodolpho Lemleux being the spokesman. Lemleux never made a bettor' speech In his life - witty, urbane, satirical, in the vehi of cordial banter and'toleraut cynicism-a iirojudice slain In ever.v sentence-a sword in Ills tongue and a twinkle in ills eye. Ijeniieu.x ought always to speak like that- no notes, no heavy memoranda, just the sparkling wine of bis lively intellect. Hut, alas, I fear he will not take my advleo-ho is addicted to set speeches. Cordial f^eellng Just here Is the placr; (o nbsev've (fiat a cordial foeldig Ii;ia grown up between the Quebec niembers and the Western radlvals. which spveuds like a banyan tree when the- Westerners guze on the changed spirit of Quebec in regarjt to recruiting What is the secret of this wonderful rlght-nbout-faco? Who said the word "Ho willing" to (ho young men of Quebec? Who gave the order "Obey cheerfully, even oagerly?" Some eompeillng magic is at tvorjc. lias .Mr'. Calder noticed it. I wonder? lie says nothing in the Ifouso so bo must be thinking a lot. And the lion, Arthur Sltton-can It havo eseaiied his all-seeing oyo? 1 trow not. lie misses nothing that silent dUtic Napoleon from Alberta.'wliose only confidant i.s hla big, cigar. I ^ H.' P. GADSBY. Commerce, May Ifi,-- .Members of llie Comiiicrcc and di.Uilcl Red (!ross are luanircsl In,^; , gri';;l. Inlercj;! In wiirli ami :-vi> iicciinHiilrJilni'; :i crcdit-iib|i> amount of sewing ib'HiiiK' the biiiiy s( a:-.iiii. TIfe :in�i|fr 'lir;ii- new liomi!. �' ' 'iT^ r.-uewell. On Trtc.R.tlliii( cveiiini; .Mrs. Clles and Mrs. Tlio'iwpp '"'''"�ii"''il at the homo of the toi-ffloSflh to .Mrs. Iliibb. About twnildy-fivc l.nlies were present and onJOyiid a sn'i,,i evening of music and games. \ siieiiim-, eoaicHt was won thejbyMIss StriUh and Mis,-' llruee. Daln-��� ty rnfre/dihicjnln wi-.r .served. The guests left .after wisliim; .Mrs. llubba good luck and a safe journey. .Mrs. .Martin jMadge. vfUWn driviii;; lo her limiie cast of town, ran her car into llie dltcli and iijiset, owing to some iiilKiidjuslment of the gear. Nothing iliiunled b.v her mirnv.v e^ (�alio from Injury, she siicceeiled in getting the car out and drove herself home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson hiivi,' taken up �(IieIr resirlenci' in Mie liouse vacated by .Mr. and .Mrs, lluhhs .Mrs. Simpson Is n sister of .Mr.s. (;ile>;, .VIr. .Simpson will engage In ilie ihay age biislnesH. Warner ,Iochem cel(>lirat"d his ninth liirililav en .Monday, (l'.( A iiiinile r e| hi: lilile frtend." );atb-ereil al \\\~. liDiiir ill honor ol' ihe oc-n.ieviMl Ihe afterinion in nil' an ri-y rrnwi! v.-aa In Ite residence Wed- l^ith.]!!!!; biiildin is Ii deiU'c. ,\lr elision nnd |)lay. Tie evideln e ;,1 rli llesda'.' in lint birihdiiN I). I, Iiji"i ill to\\ n ew i .Six (�(,11 � l-ipl inn i sillle si V 1.1 |."-liiiiii ai.- .1,1 � j Sell V, a I ! all ! ' Mr. an.I -ii- a- f3ov l.e-ll!,.' e.lghlll v.- Day'nii whs Going. � liar away a pos-nca 1 iiiiys. a moiiK Mi'iiiii. Williiiin i: l.'-riing'.vll. n!ii:i il.ive l-ellteil eiiposiie, ti�fi iwink. Tho| in,; reiiiixlii'.ed as n rtJSl-iliiiiion V fill also operiital nil Ice 1 1 cL! 1,1 Tlie roll of hniier i: . i'le lower rooml lust month wa: ;ei I'l ,11i,wh, the nameS standing in order of, nuili of scholarship: I'.itricia Tri- pearl I3rooks, .Mcrricl liii'hardi.e a. .\|r-,v;iiider Cns-lier. t.elinie .Monl'.eiji, K,iy Brooki, Stanley iiariraiii, l,e-|ie (liles. Stevo Regiiii 1,1 Iirooks. .losephino Casper. V'iidei i.ireiik'. Iinilley- Trlggs, .\lnry P,aiiie.-i, '..Inyil Wrijilii. .Maroella 'I'hiunpsoii, C( 'aie lire.iks. C.rftoe Hriio,ks. fian'it:! i)i oniieli. wringers. W.', Ilinder^. 7 sheets. 11! low-! els. ill pillow slijis. 21 sii,-;;:cal stockings. Teacher Eiili.its. Selioul lias bfain closcl for lor want of a teaclier. .Ml r' =^0 '^BfieMosi Beautiful Car in/lmenca a w(�elc �gict i lie loss of .Mr. Toombs, who lias eiillstnd III Ihe nvlation ;ir fiuure. (Juilc a iinnilier of Cnninierce tieo-pie ill tended the Red Cros.s danc(> at niamond City ".May V. All report the usual good (line for whicdi tile Iios-pitiible Utile city is noted. Seeding of .whe.-it Is preKv ivcll finished ill this loealily and most of it have np nicely but needing rain. > .Mr. Rogers ha.s a lu'w Olilsintdiile. A iKirty (amiaiiiiiig I'lree automobile loads of iK'ople coiiducti-d by Mr. Croft went, to visit .Mr. .Voblc's fainoiH Cameron ftanch on the Little Row last Saturday. It is a very interesting trip and an r-diication in itself to see the powerful englnns drawing the nine idow.s over the level sections, mak-in.? such sinooih work and Hiking water at the large reservoirs drawn up on skids for the purpose. 'I'lieii the tractor engines follow with the discs and barrows to prepare the ground for seed-, iiig. .\n army of men are at work niid a nuinber of cook houses and sleeping tents scattered over different places on (he ranch, besides the substantia! and modern buildings and immense barn all lighted by cleclriclty. 0 0 d d d \ ^3: Udies! Keep It on The Dresser F�w drop* on corn or callus �tops p�ln, then they lift off. ffJpr.ial 'n )i,f irnrnid) Milk River. May 17.-:\lr. McCiilg of Kdmoiilon wat5 a visitor on Tuesday of tlii.s wec-U. Rev. nutloii. who has been riuaran-(ined in the Hunt hotel wilii measles, is out. today and will leave shortly for his new cliarge. Rev. Statt. who lias been here !o fill tlie pulpit temporarily, has I'otiiid ills way to the hearts of the jieople of Milk River with the )-osull lhal lie has accepted the cliarge liermaiiently. lie is fittiii.g up a tent, ill the old school yard for summer (iuarlcrs. The school yard has been partly plowed and some of the townspeople will lUiike gardens therein, by way of "doing tlieir bit." 'ITie upper' grades liave alsp sIhUpiI out llieir gardens and will grow vegetables and d d d d d rd rd 'd Be Independent of Transportation is our vital national problem. It is not only essential that we convey more soldiers, food stuffs and supplies overseas, but we must also quicken our stride at home. "Speed up" is the clarion call that sounds tliroughout the nation. And Speed means the automobile. If your, car is a Paige you will* be independent of mile posts. If your car is a Paige, you will have,a staunch, sturdy ally that will enable you to double your business efficiency and bring healthful relaxation to every member of your family as well In addition, you will have "The Most Beautiful Car in America." PAIGE^DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN The H. T. Henderson Garage Corner Sixth Street and Sixth Avenue South Phone 588 Provincial Distributors for Paige-Dettoit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. d d d d d d d COLEMAN DRIVE Your high UoolB have put corns on your toes and calluses on your tdot, buf why enro now? This tiny, bottle holds nn almost magic fluid. A genius In Clnelnnntl discovered this jetlier compound and named It frooz-one. Small bottlen of fi'eez-one ban lio had at any drug store for u few conts. Never limp or twiat your face In pain again, but get a bottlo of froezono and apply a tow drops on your tomlor, aching corn' or callus. Instantly the' sorenosa ^disappears and shortly you win find the corn iir callus bo (ihrlvolod and loose til at you lift It off with fingers. Just think! You got rid of tt hJtrd corn, iwft corn or a ebrii between the toes us well as hardened chIIuh-M, without HUlferlng one particle, without the slightest liTltatlon of l}in wnrronndlnc Bkin. Just a touch 'of freezone on n sore corn glvoa Instaut feUO;(.-AUvert C'olomtti|, Rljiy 18,-In (he recent Y M. C.. A. rtrlvo the mlnlnR towtt of Co'lemiili In llie Crows Neal. Pass made tlio gonorouB contribution of $l.7S;{.l!u. ThlH sum oxceodlnB the amount aloiied by ?783.mi. Tho totals BiUiacrlbed wore raudo up as follows; BuslnfiRs Hoetlon ----^.......^'fiOo.riO McOlllivvay Mine.......... rvi2.rin International Mino......i,. ri2fl.2r. Ptslletler Lumber Co. employees................. '12.00 McLaren Lumber Co. employees................. 39.95 Furmlng IMstrlct ........... 26.00 . !!!1,78;!.20 Tho nhove result In most gratifying ttnil tho people of tliu Coleman District aro to bo eongratulatort on this splendid record, the I'tguves more iliaii doubling that of a yuav ago. Oi'flclal tlglU'BS'/iliWl', Issued' show that 'Yulton TorriHiry. produced In till? inimjrnls to^tluVvnluo of nearly $1,370,000, IneluOln^'.gold, sliver, copper, InngBton antl, ooal. Gold accounted for $;l,firi,�00 of the total. This amount may bo exceeded ' in ihe ureieut your...... - . ..... COOL AND SWEET SMOKING riif^t i?lll^:�..^A>'-a-'..�..i 406609 ;