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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL Sbe letbbrioge Tfoeralb tUbertn DAILY ANO. WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily. delivered, por year tally, by mall, per year by, por TELEPHONES: Business OQJce Kd.'torlal Offlco 12 W. A. Buchanan _John Managing Director Businesa Manager THE WAR SITUATION TODAY There is very little uowg from the bnltlefroiits to indicate what actual lighting is going on.. Tne pause of severe conflict along tlic wasteni European area is no doubt due to pre- parations for the great drive by tlie Allies, and counter-preparations on the part of the enemy to resist the same. The Russians are said to have con-; trol'c-f the Duila past? in Car-1 pathians. nnd the fighting for rhe U, rot and the Lupkow passes is Delu maintained. With tbe concentration of effort the Bouth.of the eastern zone, opera lions in .Poland aro quiescent Th Rusiian.- are evidently holding Ih GennftDB back, and there ippesre t be no particular activity on ih.e part ot the enemy to continue Hia project ed adrance towards The sinking of the Falaba loots ai If It Tdll. raise sn between the States and Germany. It gested .that the Gannui MKUM be that lie capUln to bluce in attempting to escape. On the other hind tbe co mwiy is as not oomlnf under the interpret at ion ot which, ac cording to international law, trill e.x CUBA sinking of the ihLfi, Wolfe's 9 J E.-I-: ON THE BIGHT TBACK The following editorial from the Toronto Gldbe under the aiosa cap- tion It oC such. general Interest to LethbriBge and Southt-ru Albeiu tLai the Herald reprodncea it la a whole. Tlie ot the LethbrlfiEi: Board ol Trade is attracting attention far aid wide owing to its practical natun and praise trom the Toronto d'lob oje.'of the most conservative papers in the east, will be doubly appreciat- -_ A frank acknowledgment ot past evils and a modest account, ot the. meiliodE for future Improvement are contained In the annual report ot the Ulhbridse Board of Trade, vnich has been Just Issued. lenort is ore- laced -vrith the following general de- finition ot the economic poiltiou of Uae city .of Lethh'rlace, which may he taken aa fairly representative of sev- other communities not far dis- tant: "Our activities during the past year have teen lowed .upon a realiza- tion ,of-ine fact that our development as a'citrja In mUT rwiecta Bdvanced the present develop- ment. of our. .acrlculturaJ mo and i> endemvon' to Inltlati Tho most healthful spiri'. obtain- able and the very best stimulant for general use. As a piclc-me- up tonic and digestive, Wolfe's Schnapps is always opportune, exercising the most beneficial ef- fect upon the liver, kid- neys andother organs- OltaincHr a! all ffflth anJ Xilai! Suns. Distributors Tlie Hudson's Bay Company. SAMUSE ESTIMATES The Major Oreneral Gets a Eun Por His The -Misadventures of Tliu Sevenieenlh X.ova Million Dollars' Wovlli of Am- iminition Gone to High'Spots. ior Major-Gcnerftl Sauu It will take Ihnaies Mephii.g Major perhaps another night to linish Sam's the .Minister oC .estimates, but I choose Blue Nose Militia, "whom some unkind person as a because the tcl- has 'dubbed the Cockatoo War Lord.! from the .IMantimc Provinces The reason Major General Pain wears his uniform to usri is ihat lie 'may be Saul tlie bcst rltQ They him hard ami Jam. Mlee-p or awake, to answer fis. strong wita- the come-back and al- rbe call iu arms but the habit has [together there is plenty of good Bzhfc- ed i-o mi sunders tan dings among the Scotia wanted iu RO to. tbe front a was General Aldcrson'ii busiiiCia, not It is also 'true (list Colonel Ilobertson and cer- tain oilier olticors have renUoed ihpy were caballing, tryloc to maka ttio regiment a closs corporation, lit wouldn't Blnml (or it. True that lia had used heated language to tho aforesaid olHceis true. lie hud given them n piece of his mind. But ho hadn't spoken thnl to tlic nicu. lie hadn't ragged them. The mon were Tine fellows, none liner, Tho jiifljor general IE an adept at language, so warm sometimes Mint H melts snow, tho kind of lan- guage that can only ho, baked in a very diy canteen. "Everybody knows what the major general can do along (1ml line wiiea he cuts loose. IU may not use many adjectives, but the low hn does use arc crisp and chosen. Yes, the officers liail come iu a little ol this hot stuff. The major general rat her implies :-hat he, docs not regret his remarks, which were uupai'liumentary but to} the point. The major general is cool under (ire, particularly when the (ire, is hia own. He repeats that he did uot slang (he. men. This proves that the major-general is a brilliant tac- j tician. lie knows the bost people to slang. The officers represent compar-' attvt'lj' few votes, the men .1 great many. i But- iliis is only a out-' post affair. Dr. St. John.i opens up a larger question. Wbut about that seventy-five-million rounds of paint 303 ammunition ordered by the Minister of Militia [or the UriU ;sli government- last August Will the miuista- briu's down Hie corres- j jioiidcnce v.-jth the Imperial inilhiin-, lies 'f No, the minister will not correspondence js in the -War Office i at London. It is '.iot his secret. The." I iniercp.ce is ihiiL it is nal Dr. Pugs-: 'ley's business. This looks like hluf! I in Major General Sum and' Dr. pugHley proceeds to call the blutt j part o[ il." j Pause here to observe thai Dr.! Pugsley, of St. John, U iiiat cross examiner in the House, cUipl.y because 'he never gels cross. He has perfect rontrol .ot his .temper. lie Is sutive but searching, gentle There is a great deal of kindly pres- sure behind1 his smoothness. He re-1 minds you oi the dentist. "Open wid- er, says the torturer in the while coat. And yin do what you're lold allhough you he is io hurt like the This digression r-i--r, us get hack to point 3QS ,tinch is the last word in rifle cartridges. It is the RIBBON CREAM Enthusiasm in the Gare of the Teeth. "No, I don't preach dental.hygiene in my said a mother recently. "There is no necessity for it. I've-found a better Ribbon Dental Cream has made my children enthusiasts for the tooth- brush habit without any persuasion on my part." Once taste the delicious flavor of Ribbon Dental Crcsm and you will realize how easily brushinj! the teeth may become a Iretit instead of a duty. Comes out a Lies Hat on the ErusL. This convenient form means economy and ease of handling that both and your children will Your dealer has Colgate's or we Will send you a generous trial tube for 4 cents in stamps, COLGATE CO. Dept. Drutnmond BIdg., Montreal. of Ctnfunerc Banquet luxurious, lasting, refined, W. G. M. SHEPHERD, Montreal Sole Agent for Cinada. 33 you appreciate. envious. Sam likes Bright They tell a story that Majcr-Gen- araas hands, shinini; armor and things'oral Sam was watcaed tip the other j standard missile ancjVill probably fit like that but merely as aids to re- night by a thundering noise in the j any oi twenty makes ot army riiles. pays to j steam pipes.. "What's tliat knock-; All the oelligerents use ji, The ui ili- is iis theory. said a voice from the next tavy sharps agree ihat for size, speed BICKED UP IN SSINGI---------1 FOR THE BUSV MAN Sam's estimates are on tonight, room. The -Press Gallery tills up, also the j "Go to sleep! replied ilojor-Gco- Speaker's Gallery and all the other feral Sam. "It's probably Sinclair, of galleries. The ladies bring their .tig. They knit and knit and knit: show that Si of which goes to iam recognizes thu Blue- and penetration pwuc 303, the best small arm It. inaL'e.s a clean pre- Win. Henry Lavers, 20 years uiana- Mark 1 I'jcr snti director of Henry B.rfcs and .iiunition Sons, Limited, is dead. The peror of niraj tortj years pastor ann irith every stitch they knit tlit; noses as icemen worthy of his steel, j as considerate oi your health as a ii-iiisti-err.pite is knit closer topetli-( This narrative does not pretend to bullet can DC, ivhich is not saying What tliev knit i. socka ior the report the proceedings. It just much because the kindness of a bul- eff street Preabjterian ch.ncli, spots let is as the lender- mercy oi the died at Ins home m Toronto, aged i9. 1 Paul Wiallard. formerly of .Montreal They lite to do it under a couple of the" high _r___ ilaior General's aye. It shows they're j Kyle, nf Richmond, starts the'attack devil, wifli hini in-socking it to the Ger- with a Jong fyle oi. letters relating to the misadventures of the Seven: teentli -Nova Regiment, of Halifax, which suffered Erom the Jis- pJes.sure of tlie Minister of Militia to the extent OL losing and to a miserable remnant of eighteen, pri- vates. All this happened at valcar- tier. Colonel Stiuao Robertson and the ofllccrs had resigned in a. ,hody, (Continued on Page 51. mans. The House settles down for an ev- ning of more or less innocent merri- ment. In the past, Sam's estimates iave always heen considered better un than the moving pictures, a sort jtf "Iqnel and being jok'j that cost tee country fourteen million dollars annually, but worth ha- money :fi only for the sense of umor it developed in members 'arliament. This-vear it is no laugh- seeing that Major-General Sam was ng matter, but "the Major Geneial aeterinined to give them the.worst rovides good entertainment just the ,'jj. what wants. w and help and carry; taron such action aa-.inay' further agriculture, and the allied One -of the outitaA4inff practica; measurft to .be .undertaken by the bUBinMB men of Leta'hndce in their deeire' to about the proper ad- jujtment of. coadlUoas In their Bnr- vu a syeteio oo oDtraUon with competent farmers In the live itoclc indutry. tltiieu of Lethbrldge pledged their cenonal credit ot -upon farmer not able naanciaJZy to pur- chase cattle or ewfne mlRht be helped to acquire amaU holdings at live stoct has been, ia hinds of the Rural .Belatiou Comnlttee .of Uie .liflBirldaTe Board of Trije. Co- ot lUe.'oliaWnM bank, uadertook th own arrangement! a> 16 the pur- chaae of the counsels with the truitew berorfr.oncliidlnj hit liar- gain'.ud then signs a lien note over the animals and their natural increase. This, lien note is supported by prom- issory notes covering the periods at n-hli'.h tlie runner promises to make repayment. Involrlns a lura up, to repefable in [erms ipread over years, are entertain- sd." to upon tlie .cost price of the -liva stock la idded to the amount ot the lien note, ill us oreatlng a reserve fund to take .tare: of -My loss that .nif Thia splandil plan van Hit In operation eariy last sunnier Lethkrldgj, later Boarda ot at Calgary and Battlefon] idpRteii similar schemes, such com- neadable the exlsl- of westem -board of Trade, >blch not Mo in many cenlrea raa alujly an eraxnicatlon si real .aMite ViMtitn. i There'is nothing in comic opera to So does Cattoll, or Cape Breton, eat gentleman irho Mardonald.- PI Pictop, and Car- ioc-hiE picture in The Pirates ot Carlton. Why they ask in in all things animal, crescendo. Davidson, p want_tp know why, because Penzanc., ifiio vegetable, miner'ai, was the mo- .del' of .-a model Major backing up the malr general, wasn't' one, two, three beside our 'and that isn'.t bis Minister JJilitia. It takes a'Deputp however, that Minister, wno is 'also a-JIaior-Genef- wra' al iad-.a chief clerk who is doubtless, Jss. and cue.' Not' believing, sqtt answer turns calls jack- go at that. honorafr colonel to act as ammu-j This language being almost as ion TFagons.; ior his knowledge. strong as that which Major General What I' mean to. aay is ihat where j Sam has used at.-Valcartier brings other atbinefc, ministers one de-ithc Ministar oi Militia "to his. feat paftrnftnt' oAlcial. to coach them in I with the necessary explanation. The their Major General" has major-general talks a inachinc- tKp and keeps them jumping at that, rapid, very staccato.: Yes, .Ifc-happejii to', he Bliie NTose Night it is true that tbe Seventeenth Nova 'ur profltfe if we aell cars between August and Au 1. 101BI SEAL BRAND COFFEE not because it is Made in; Canada, but because it is the equal of coffee made in any- country. and chief o[ the Canadian immigration Dureau at Paris, died Sunday at ihe French hospital. The Dominicn elevator at Oak i er, JIan., was destroyed Ijy lire; oE grain are said to have been burned. Donald Gunn of Mnfcinak, one of the pioneers of western Canada, IB dead. He was b'orn in Klldonau in 1833. As the result of burns received when when the teapot'was tipped over at the table, the infant son of Ernest Perrington. of Regina is dead. Nine small houses and stores were destroyed by fire in Toronto. Loss, insurance, A char- ccul he2ter is said to have been the came. .Hay belonging to the Dominion gov- ernment was burned in shed No. 24 In aiontrcal. The loss is estimated at A ciearet ia said to havo cauied the fire. James Powell, old-time newspaper man, and at one time telegrajjli edi- tor o? the Hamilton Spectator, died suddenly of apuoplesy at liia home in London, Ont. Murdo CQDierofl: reei'e of Cory speaking ai a meeting is warm in his praise Ior Saskatoon bankers. He aaya that not one appli- cation for a loan to purchase seed grain .was rejected. I _A cable received by Mr. Oolq.uhou of Hamilton from France places U be- yond doubt that Jjieut. Gourley Col- quhon, son of ex-Mayor Colqiihim of Hamilton, Instead oC being killed as first reported, ia prisoner of at Meintz, Germany. He belonged to the Princess PatB. application for naturtilization pa- pera from citizens of enemy coun- tries will be considered by lie courts ;BB tbe applicants appear in per- son according to an anncuncament made by Chief Justice Sir William Mu.ock, Ont., at the opening of the spring asalzes at Toronto. Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a persona! Savings Account In the. Union' Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save and training. to .expend money wisely. Such in education in thrift and.saving OF CANADA I 3RASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDOE BRANCH A. B. KINO, Acting G. R. TINNING. Managar THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE room r Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance other valuables in one of these boxes FTmracm INFOKIUTIOK- 19. Lethbridge Branch--R. T. Brymner, Mgr. 25 years' of Pule Service in the City of bridge should be a guarantee of confi- dence and trust. THE MANAGEMENT WILL ATTENP TO ALL THE DE- TAILS OF ADMINISTRATION OF TflE ESTATE, UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE EXECUTOR. Wt have a Grocery and Hardware buslneas for tale, to Cirditon. Write for particulars. -The- snafaM British Canadian Trust Co. OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. Conybeare Block .Lethbridge, THE ROYAL BANK OFCANADA INCORPORATED 1SB1 Capita! Paid Up Retervo Funds Total Aueti COLLECTIONS Having 370 Branches' throughout Canada aad tfct T for handling collectlona with economy and despatch. LONDON, ENO-, OFFiei, NEW YORK AGENCY, aTaiCT. C.O. VILUAH ti LETHBRIDGC BRANCH: J. M. AITKCN, M ana jar. 'ADMINISTRATION of ESTATES vTJie wide experience of our ofllcers and executive staff.ensures the litmost efllclency in the administration of The fees .are us as for an individual executor of necessarily limited experience. Consult with us regarding tho appointment ..executor, WBITE EOE OUR BOOKLET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator ind official Asilinte for Judicial .Dlitrlcts of (.CTHORIDQE MACLEOD CALOAHV WETAiKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue Welt, Calgary. omee Bank of Cgrimirce BIdg., J, W. McNIcol Inspector ;