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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR rnB I.BTHHRIDGE DAILt HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1916 DAILY AND WEfeKLY Subfcrlptlon Ralei: Dully, delivered, per week ..... lOc Dally, delivered, per year ......J5.00 Dally, by mall, per year........JJ-^o Weakly, by mall, per year ......JlOo TELEPHONES fiuMnesB Office ............... Editorial Office ............... John Torrance Builneaa Manager W, A. Buchanan Managlag Director "ioux King and CounU-y eed "Xcu Right Now government of our provinces, It is hlsh time wc were scttlns rid of It And do not thiuU for one moment tliat, because Alberta and Saskatchewan are singled out, tbo evil doee not exist In other provinces. If B. C, go�s dry tills summer we may expect to And Bimilor charges there, unless a change of government is concui^ rent wiUi u dry victory as practically happened In Manitoba. We will be well rid of liquor when July first dawns. Is Lethbridge to enjoy its weekly halt holiday this summer': It so It Is about time to make a move. .Tudflng by Its rapid recruiting re-oord 80 far, the 61st ought to be equipped with quick-firers. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Holland Is now tsklng exiiaordi-nary precautioug in the way oi pro-tectins her German frontier, and the official explanation of this action is tbat G�nn&ny, fearing an invasion trom England by way of Holland, Is taking measures to forestall It by lor-tifylng her Dutcli frontier to a more than usual extent. Holland declares Bhe trusts Britain's given word not to make an invasion, but the indication is that she does not hold the same faith In Germany's word. German infantry have been active again In the region of Verdun. The Oermans claim to have taken French jiosltlons near Douamont. The new British budget makes pro-TiBlon for tho expenditures of at least & year more of war. Taxes are placed on various forms of amusements. The allies' reply to the American protest of Interference' with malls Is that no legitimate mail has been held, but that the Intention Is to continue search of parcel post malls, for contraband. The Russians have entered a severe protest to all the enemy, powers against the sinking of the hospital ship Portugal. We used to think our American cousins had us backed off the map m the matter of graft charges, but we are reluctantly changing our mind. RE8CLU1N8 PRESENTED BY OPPOSM ( Continued fhom Fhout Faqe) A POPULAR TOOKE COLLAR TOOKE BROS. LIMITED MONTREAIj Though such press reports as reach the west do not endear Mayor Me-derlc .Miirtin of Montreal to us, the people of that city seem to like him all right for they iave just elected hlra tor another two years. Maeleod indignantly denies that It started the typhoid eildeniio here. As for ourselves, we always wondered how anybody in Macleod could ever contract typhoid considering that the population depends on Scotch as a thirst quencher. Jlotor license reciprocity with the United States will probably bo effective this summer. iSIrs. Little Elizabeth, Chatham, is 94 years of age, and since the start of the war she has made 42 pairs of socks for the soldiers. Ed. Morden, a Calgary youngster, shot a lynx with a .22 rifle. The "big cat" chased his little brother, so Edward, not knowing what the'cat might ^_____________________ be, fired his .22 rifle and killed the ' ing"three"times In fifteen years. lynx. This exciting hunt happened within the city limits of Calgary. Jlr. CTrosS said there was no objection to tho flrst port of tho motion, but unfortunately, faliero was no other placo than Uie Jails in which to detain these unfortunate persons temporarily, and as a consequence tho motion would have to be rejected. To Fly the Flag l>r. Stanley's motion that the flag shall fly every day over the school houses was withdrawn upon Mr. Boyle explaining that was tho policy of the department. It had been carried on by moral sunslon but he was amending the regtUatlons so that each district would have to maintain a pole and fly the flag on historic days. At other times It wotild be hung inside tilie school. Mr. Hillocks' motion to increase the grant to hospitals was held over a day for consideration as to Its being In order. Involving as it does ft suggestion of increasing the estimates. Agricultural Credits Mr. Michener's motion favoring tho establishment of a system of agHcul-: tural credits "beat adapted to the I needs of the province," was support- ed by the opposition leader in a , speech of much length. Mr. JUcUoner said u tew hundred dollars when a homestead is proved up, would greatly assist and put a farmer on the road to success. Agricultural credits have been Introduced in many reopened countries under different forms with great beneHt. Australia and New Zealand present conditions more like Western Canada, and in those countries farmers are prosperous, the young people happy and contented and remaining on the farm. Increased production resulted, the increase bc- He The attack on Verdun has been going on since February 21. The Oermans were to make their trium-1 ^ Three fingers were torn from the . , ^ , . ^ . J I hand of Lawrence Gosgrove In the phal entiT Into the fortressed city onig^.^o^, y^^d of Sl. James' separate March 2. April 2 is past and gone ! school. West Toronto, by the explosion of a dynamite cap which the Ind and the Huns are as tar away fi-om their objective as ever. Some people i would call that defeat but the Kaiser dare not accept the verdict as It stands. He is afraid to tell the people at home the truth. HUMOR AT OTTAWA (From Hansard report discussion of Museum estimates In House of Commons.) Mr. Lemieux: T see the department thought like results would accrue to Alberta. He said evidence shows that agricultural prosperity re-acts to the benefit of every phase of activity in the country. Ke outlined the amortization plan, tlie loans extending over various tei-ms according to the ability of the borrower to pay. He thought interest would be lower after the war. One Canadian bank had picked up upon a street and had taken to school. Fifty dollars each was paid by Frederick Nicholls and G. Beardmore tor the privilege of dancing with Mrs. Vernon Castle, the actress and expon- Isvstem was suited to Alberta; the co- structlon of such branch lines, so ns to give a general service to all outlying rural districts. Mr. Slfton's nmeudnieut which carried 13 to 30 wns ns follows: "Whereas sonio rural districts arc temporarily under disability because ot the lack of telephone service, and whereas the residents of n few outlying districts have expressed a desire to construct small mutually owned local systems, therefore be It resolved that in tho opinion ot this house the government should give their regular interchange service with such farmers' branch lines, when same are constructed In acconlance with tJie standard specifications of the government telephone system and extende. ?."5f?l'5T"^_f>"!'j;T:,.."....':''?,,��i,," no case to charge more than 8 per cent., proof that the tendency Is downward. He had not suggested which ent ot modern dancing at the arena i in Hamilton, at a dance held to raise money for the 170th battalion. At a meeting ot the wardens and trustees of the church It was decided fil� .^rf''L%,'?'"xv,T',"'f!�H �">'^' ^� ^e'-^'^es in the First the price ot ?25. \\as it dead or , L^jjeran church. Bond street, Toronto " , V 1 I '''8 sermon and closing prayer would Mr. Blondln: 1 have done my best to held in tho English language, while master the w-ork of my departmen j,,^ ^^^gy and hymns would be sung since I took charge but I have not yet =, r.p,.nifnK h^.-Ptnfnrp B0RDE14 BEGINS TO SEE THE LIGHT Though certain western papers l^^^'^^^^^^^^^^ ,in German, as her_etofore. hinUng that the Kyte charges In the That Is why I am at a loss to answer Commons are based on fake docu-jall the questions ot my hon. friend. ments, hoping against hope that such is the case, the news from the capital during the p:ist 4S hours does not point In Uiat direction. Sir Robert Mr. Lemieux: Perhaps that pigeon might replace some ot the mcaseng-eis. Mr. Blondin: I have not the details 'to answer my lion, friend, but ivhi."t Borden, who for so long refused tojmy estininler, are called again, I will, , ,i r,,. -r, ir,n,\^^ 111- prepared to nil tlie details. | countenance any appeal for an inquiry > ' ' i Into shell contract irregularities, con- The sixth annu.il sale of the Belleville district Holstein-Frlesian Breed- operative system would not be a charge on the province. The government system would be, but it would be secured by a Urst mortgage on the farms.. He said it should not be made a party question, nor discussed with any view to party advantage. He would be willing to co-operate in evolving a system suited to the province of Alberta. He proposed a Joint committee to investigate and report on the question. Province Has Not Power Mr. Sifton, replying, rejoiced that ers' club took place in Belleville and ! ,he leader ot'the opposition was drop-good prices were realized for the rat- ^ partisanship and that he had tie offered for sale. - success In any country, was less elll cient and much slower. It -would be a mistake to adopt tilie system in vogue In older countries, one Infinitely worse than our own. He was opposed to rearing up an oince-holding class in a community, and said the people of Canada would strongly resent government by civil service. The government is responsible to the people and it it is not doing right, it Is the duty ot the people to turn the government out. He moved in amendment that all the words after "whereas" In the flrst line be struck out and the following Inserted: "Difference of opinion has always existed as to tho relative merits ot the bureaucratic and other systems of appointment to civil service, therefore be It resolved, that In the opinion ot col. D. L. i-er-, taken time to discuss the various re- ^j^j^, appointments and promo- ceded at last that a royal commission should be granted to probe the fuse contracts awarded to United States firms. The inquiry was to be limited to that scope. Then word began pouring in from nil points of the country that the people wanted the whole mess Investigated, and we find him now conceding a point, intimating that the shell inquiry commission may be allowed to probe other shell contract Irregularities other than those charged by Mr. Kyt9. This wos exactly �what Sir Wilfrid Laurler was sticking for when he demanded that the probe be made by a parliamentary committee-he wanted to be assured that the commission would not be so hedged in that It would be Impossible to inquire into matters outside the stated case. It Sir Robert Borden goes further now and authorizes the royal commission to inquire into the whole shell contract business, he will not only be practically meeting Sir Wilfrid's demands-he will he meeting the demands of the whole of the Canadian people. A parliamentary Inquiry would go much further than a royal com-misslon, hut if the powers of the com-mlBsion are unrestricted the people of tbe Dominion will be satisfied to let It go at that Mr. Graham: V.iU you bring ipigeon if you can find it? the of Columbus, Ohio, was ^the auc-1 ports ot commissions. His address ......, ^^^^ great Interest. The question was one of deep in- terest tor many years and would con-� ^^^.^ permanently maintained In tinue to be ot Interest to this conn try and to every country where there are farmers who require additional tioneor and he sold seventy-five head cii' cattle, in addition to a tew calves. The sale realized over ?11,000. Elsie Grant Innes. a young woman recently arrested at Toronto while____ ......._ _____ _____ ____________ making a house-to-house canvass for capital. He had stated his position a contributions to the Red Cross and , few days ago and he was sure the patriotic funds, admitted in the wo- hon. gentleman had not heard him or men's police court that she was an Im- -he would not have made his speech, poster and had no authority to col-; The opposition leader did not think j Ifict money tor either of the organiza-: the commission which had reported I tior.s whose names she used. She was efficient and wanted a committee was sent to jail for sixty days. to report on a feasible scheme. The - government had already taken the Central Baptist church, Sarnia, has ' initiative and discussed the question ' refused a request for a certificate of , with representatives of the United : good standing to the Rev. Armin ; Farmers of Alberta, who had studied , Holzer, now of Pittsburg, and has ' tbe issue carefully and probably were ; struck the names of Holzer and his, better Informed on it than the oppo-; wife from the membership roll ot tho i sition leader. Mr. Mlchener had made (�'lurch. Holzer left Sarnia suddenly!the mistake ot all parties and com-I for the United States recently, during ' missions. He did not distinguish be- tlons in tho civil service of tho province of Alberta should continue to be based solely upon qualification and liquor license ordinance, and tliat the honorable the ajttorney-goneral was cognizant thereof, and a party thereto. (c) That llcensoes of this province have paid large sums ot money to the agents ot the nttorncy-genernl for the purjKise of stifling and unjustly abandoning prosecutions under the liquor license oi-dlnance, and that tho honorable tho attorney-general, namely C. W. Cross, �n'ns cognizant thereof and a party thereto. (d) That certain licensees ot this province have paid largo sums ot money to the agents of the attorney-general for the purpose of securing immunity from tho threats and coercion of such agents and further e.v-tortlons in tho matter of privileges granted under the liquor license ordinance, and that the honorable the nttornoy-general, namely 0, W. Cross, was cognizant thereof and a party thereto. As an experiment the London county council have allowed tho Women Police Service to provide a patrol of two women police at Battersea Park. What Is a DAVIS' j It is a long, mild Havana-filler Cigar with rounded head and end very blunt an Investigation into charges that was pro-German. he BRIG.-GEN. JOHN J. PERSHING In command ot United States forces who have invaded Me.xlco in pursuit of Villa. His command Is the 8th Brigade. How You May Throw Away Your Glasses BOOZE WAS AN EVIL; SO WAS LICENSE SYSTEM If the present spectacle of graft charges In Saskatchewan and Alberta points to anything it points to the fact that booze-tight legislation has come none too soon for the good of politics In this part of the world. Following hard on the passing of prohibition legislation In each of the two provinces came charges that the license departments have been used for political purposes. Suppose for the sake of argument they have been. On the paeslng he Iloense department not according to Hoyle, they are not likely to keep it to .themselves. As the charges made �would seem to'bear out this deduction, we repeat :th?t it i� a good thing for the tair name of Alberta and Saskatchewan that liquor is to be banished. We have com^ to consider liquor as an evil, |tji riuqUlcatioiui extend to the The statement Is made that thou?-ands wear eyeglasses who do not really need them. If j-ou are one of these unfortunates, then theao glasuea may be ruining your eyes instead ot helping them. Thousands who w'.ar these "windows" may prove for themselves that they can dispense with glasses If they will get the following prescription filled at once: Go to any acUve drug store and get a bottle of Don-Opto tablets; fill a two-ounce bottle with warm water and drop in one Bon-Opto tablet. With this harmless liquid solution bathe tho eyes two to tour times dally, and you are likely to be astonished at the results right from the start. Many who have been told that they have astigmatism, eyestrain, cataract, sore eyoUds, weak eyes, conjunctivitis and other eyo disorders, report wonderful benefits from the use ot this proscription. Get this prescription filled and use It; you may so strengthen your eyes that glasses will not bo necessary. Thousands who are blind or nearly so, or who wear glasses might never have required them It they had cared tor their eyes In time. Suve your eyes �before It is too late. DO not bo-come one ot these victims of neglect. Eyeglasses are. only like crutches and every tew years they must be chang-en to fit the ever-Increasing wealt-enod condition, so bettor sues If you can, Uko many others, get clear, healthy, strong magnetic eyes through the prescription hero given. The Val-mas Drug Co., of Toronto, will fill the above presoi-lption by mall, If your druggist cannot - Advertlse-wenti A special message fayoring the abolition of capital punishment in ; Massachusetts was sent to the legis-� lalure by governor McCail. As statistics do not prove that the Inflicting of capital punishment lessens the number of crimes committed, the governor said, it would seem that tbo tirao had arrived for doing away with this method of punishment. Forty-seven persons accused ot issuing or receiving tradulent medical certificates tor exemption from military service or transfers from active to auxiliary branches of the army were placed on trial before a court-martial at Paris. The prlnclpols are alleged to be Dr. Lombard, formerly a municipal councilman of Ivry, a village near Paris, who was arrested Hevcral weeks ago; Dr. Labors, an assistant army surgeon, and ItU Gar-fumkel. Various minor staff employees are also on trial. tween federal and provincial powers. He did not distinguish between the banking powers of the Dominion and the provinces. The great trouble was that .Mr. .Mlchener wanted them to do what they can't, do.. He Ignored the things they could do. The U. F. A. had thoroughly studied the question and recognized the limitations of the province. Members ot the executive had discussed it with him dependent ot political party influences." Mr. Mlchener, replying, attacked members of the Alberta civil service as partisan, -Mr. Boyle replied and .Mr. Hoadley had the floor, the debate develoi ing Into a discussion of practice ot the , Conservative party and the charge openly made that even appointments j as officers tor the war have to go J through the hands ot a patronage" committee and no order for supplies valid until It receives the 0. K. of the Conservative association. WTien this moUon Is disposed ot there remains one by R. E. Camji-bell, a vote of censure on the premier for alleged unfair labor conditions on the railways. Charges Against Cross Indefinite (COKTIKUKD h'KOM FliON'T l\\f!K) (b) That licensees of this province Agents for Famous PENNSYLVANIA VACUl'M CUP TIRES .Mrs. Minnie Truesdalo Fish has filed an affidavit vi-ith the Now York supreme court charging her husband, Howard, with using dreadful language whenever he dropped his collar button and It rolled under the chiffonier. He would not let her help him find it or say a thing to soothe his injured j feelings, but would stamp and shake j his tlst and swear. This conduct, coupled with other fralUles, Induced Mrs. Fish to sue him for a separation and Justice Finch ^warded her |100 a month pending trial and 1200 counsel fees. While some of tho BrlUsh Red Cross nurses In Serbia escaped with the army, many tell Into tho hands ot the enemy. Among these was Miss Florence Chaplin, who was captured with her unit at Vrunja Barla by the Austrlans, hut has since been released. Miss Chaplin was in Serbia many months before the invasion and kept on with her work until she was captured. This brave and efllclmit nurse In the daughter ot Right Hon. Henry Chaplin, and a Bister ot Lady Lond(m rnr^g^e^d \har�thr�;ro;in