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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LBTHDRIDGB HERALD APRIL IN I Sbi- ZEALANDERS IN LKAKNINU THE GAME OF W AK "uc SUBSCRIPTION faily, delivered, per year.. Dftlly, by mail, per year... mail. year. UNLOADING i LAST DAYS OF! PRZEMYSL PICKED UP IN IASS1NG THE The campaign in the Carpathians la repealing Usel' vitii the reuort that strong German reinforcements arc teiny mslied tu aitl tlie ;uid lo stein llie tide of ihe advancing Bus- elans into tlie uiiiius of Hungary. This Iiad to be tionp before, when Che Rus- sians nenctraied 'he passes, aim rang- ed themselves along the west em bor- der cf noumauin. It was of vital tccesfiiy tiieii iLiai the invaders should uc- dislodged, and aid aiiv. the CL-miaus sent Jj: Jorge bodies of troops to remove the xuciure tlireareiiiiifi Hie .Dual :.lon jirtVliy. and the nculrulHy of Rouumiiiu. Will] (be D'dkla in iljolr jjands, the Russians arc vigorously forcing Die main passes of Uszck and Developments here nt pre- sent are the mosi important waited for Along the remainder cf the battle- Irani appears to reisn. The ene- 'niy is npparently content -.o await the Al'.ios onslaught All nctlvUleK on his part, even in northern Poland, seem iiiiily urc given un to relieve Lhe cru7 clal sHuaiicn in the WAR CONTRACTS AND LOYALTY Fanlamentary investigations into Uic of mllliarv supplies for Canada's fim coatinseiit have brought to llgh'. eome sordid (acts. The sov- eniuiuni nt Ottawa, ivhich went into power on tbe Uyalty never fails jtatoun, to award contracts on the patronage Villtfday In the old it the "four-in- now it is the "fourvjn-car." Where men used to seek blood in horeea, they now seek "class" in tires. Hence, Dunlop Traction Tread isthechoice of t h e Stephen 'Allen, of Hossland, D. f 'as Ivjllcil while blasting in the Cen- tre Star m inc. A. T. limner, a prominent citizen was arrested on a forgery charge laid by Llli I'arrish in nection with a real estate deal. The Liberals of Cumberland Coun- ty, N. S., have nominated H. J. Lc- K.C., P., for the next fed- eral election. Hubert Murphy, said lo have just come from a lumber camp, was iound dead in an antr room of a hotel at "iiuU' 'Sle.' Marie recently. Ten thousand men who have been die in Chicago since the first ot the lia.ve returaeil to work in the itrel mills which resumed work. A. E. Phelan, aged S3, an artist of Montreal, died oi starvation because ivouitl not tell uis works for a, The Alexandra public school, Sas- DUNLOP TIRE It RUBBER GOODS COMPANY. 'UMITCD ha-d Office: TORONTO Ba A.K t ]f LEAUIKU CITIES of Thou for Motor Tmcts. Molorcjdf, lilCl'OliSBnrt Rubber Uow, Tlllnsr. iirifl (Jenuml llnbbcr KpfcinHlcs. David Harum was a Mere Apprentice in Horse Trading Compared With Army Buyers [Copyrighted] Every day is wash day to the Pub- ic Accuuuts Commit lee. At (he pre- cm writ ing, for example, it's liurscs ud spades that are being cleaned placed to Mr. Foster's credit in the Bank ol' Montreal and the young M P. issued cheques against this ac- poBcd lo have wound up iu the glue factory. spades turned up Liuuip. Enter Culmiel Stuncman, late, oi the Tiiirtccuth Ballulion, Homiltou, Ont. forty-fivi! years n soldier, a gentle- man ol the old school, lace lite the sunset, a thoroughbred. Although re- tired ior some years the Colonel still takes a keen.interest in military mat- ters. He gives a little monologue on war as she was fifty yean ago and war as she is now. as badly damaged by tire horses. morning and will be K.-ku.uu- plan, rotten as ihat system, has proven ior several weeks. to OP in ibe past. Pam- before j ness in these cases loy- j I ID March, 1915, the Canadian I'a- aliy surety bare dictated ness methods iu awarding feems ro liave neen ibo s'lOgan. The Torcnto Telegram, ulira-Conservative, takes a hard drive at the looseness of lliu system; incidentally we suppos taking another fall out of Sam Hughe it under the caption, "Ba tie "Individuals and families Ecorn to take a commission In retur fcr the ability of husbands and sen TV ho serve the Country as soldiers, save the country's life, often by th sacrifice of their own lives. "individuals and firms are eager t taka a commission of 10 uer cent, pli expenses in return for i be ability o tuyere who serve the ccuniry a middlemen and save- the coimtry1 money by the sacrifice of their ow time. "A country cannot afford to have it BATTLES FOUGHT by scldfers work Ing en a ten per cent, basis. .itoiild a country nave its SUPPLIES BOUGHT by favored firms acd Tiduals n-ortiae 011 a basis of ten pe cent, commission, plus expenses." The government that aJlowa thli the government that accuaea. Liberal at being unpatriotic because tiey Insed to put their O.K. on men-with ouPt-ships naril pcllcy. citic Haihvay to Ionized more Ian has said that, all's fair in love and horse trades. Even par- sons have been known to go wrong ivlii-n ii, was a horse that in than in any one month since August {question, so what the gov- 1313, according to. figures released in j eminent's transactions demand a lit- Calgary. I tic investigating. Frank Car veil is U1 Shipments to Germany and Austria the job as chief inquisitor e of parcel post packages from tiiere are nerer less than three, "lervniis cabinet ministers on the spot to go Into action. is limbering up, reidy The man behind tbo Blotnh li mak 105 a rapid tdvaoce theae days. Tblt IB his "spring drive." If the weatherman doea his duty .there ii little doubt that tlie Letb bridge-WeyDurn line will "be finished this year. Bulgaria it trying to make a noise like war. In the rfiit of the diu the Bui gars are taking of befng drowned out. Jack Jobceon will be wishing :ie had Hred up to hla agent do DP and gone out to fight the Bccchte for General Joffre. Even (he Gennaos in the trencnes Ttnt to know where Lethbridge Our fame spreads. Which ex-ptibJIe- Ity commlHHioner claims the Weed Inspector King wants old weeds burned before they ita'rt to blow over your neighbor's crop. There JB nothliig' out of the .way In that re- Get busy and do It. The irrigation measure now under consideration at EH MOD ton Ja a Imp] 9 and ttraighlforward legisiition, which IB destined ro jiJay u Important part In the iuLure proiperity of Alberta: Even if the government in Britlib Columbia does not change at cqm- hijf election, it is safe to bot thenvBl be an opposition that will beep oloser lab on the bunch at Victoria than ihey bave been used to. NO, .SuEie, toai-DomDardment not the Germans mafeing attacJt OD Lcthbridge. It IB merely your neigh- bor's hiirttmri ntlanyjnr carpet, a harmleia iprlng "afflle- tiou, jut to show him who'i bow of the houie. _ Tbe House at Ottawa wlW Mkely rise thli week. .Then we will cee the gbvarameat can find OMgh for hanging thVblanit of in .election on .tha Liberali. If they can, and Bob hag anything to Uy about will btf an election, the Mother Country will wltneii of her .oldeit ion icrap- mow maau containing food have increased the last t'.vp u'etis from 115 packages daily to 12UU packages sent daily. All motor manufacturing plants in to sis Hail be doesn'c itumble into a mare's nest. Uriefly stated the horse story is t to three men who did the act-! "An entirely difTerent matter, gen- B. Kecvcr, a personal' friend, T. C. Woodworfch, or Halifax, llis Tlie'night preceding tliu surrender to the Russians of tlie Austrian tor- tilled at PrzemyKl WHS hid- eous on the Russinu lines with the rour 01 guns-anil lht> slioH; of explod- ing shells. Never on this f tier dur- ivar hns there been such a were observed throwing nwny their bombardment. jrilles as they came These AHR- onlsidc the walls ol the i tviim tronpe'spoke "in iiiendly and fortress today a correspondent I MniUy tones -LO llic Russian soldiers Associated Press heard Die story of the besieged and tin: besieg- while the siuoku of b.ittlc was anil saluted the liussiiui officers, Tlie rivur Vichoni, a tributary of the Sun, separated the Rusainns Erom Austrian forts 011 one section oE still hanging iu heavy clouds over- head. i the trout. At this point a bridge had The night or March 21-22, the- Av.s- 1 been blown up ami the Russians hud trloris maintained an unprecedented dilliculiy in crossing. The men made tire upon the Hussiau positions. This! their way as best ihey could over the hut in which the Russian staR olflccrK had their quarters shook like arid the ground lor remains of tlu- wrcclicd lirldgo, while Cossacks swain their-horses. The- around.correspondent of The Associated Press and W. P. Maclfay, secretary to John and trenches." says the colonel, twisting moustache. "A thing The word spades recalls the colonel is excursus on military tactics tlie entire Hussian anny facing the Austcians began to close in on them Scotland have been placed under gov- this. With the first Canadian cou- iiirsuance o f the) there were available to o accelerate S486 liorsea, of which 7S18 were purchased and belonged to erumeai control in government's plans supplying of war material. A fast-mulling train east-bound on I Permanent Force. Ol the 1818 the afiliraufree road running on the 'Purchased 341 were bought in the westbound track, because oi a freight- j west alltl were accompanied by the irrcct uear Davenport, la., descriptions and Toucheis. The hand .car filled with men" returning iothpr 1'llS hall no descriptions and from the wreck, killing two men. A rich gold strike is reported ibe Poplar 'Creek, H. C. ing has also bee near the C. P. H. tracks between Ar- hut those from" the mysterious vouchery and were accepted, so to speak, (m faith. Gold bear-! The horses froui the west discovered bought at ;m average price, of J150, Stanficld, the chief whip.! The T Arthur De Witt Foster, ALP. Kings from h ____ ._ f county, relation to Sir to which the other colonels on the i As this advance was made, the Aus- member in committee have listened with bccom-' triiins from all.sides retired to the the tlouse of Commons. Four, years ing patience. He produces letters, a j protection of the fortress, ngo next September, fortune marknd dozen of them, official answers I .Suddenly 'telegrams begun teaching him for her own and seizins him from the President ot France, the f Russian headquarters from various gently by his football hair shifted .President of the United States {both points declaring .that the him to Ottawa, where he made a per the British War OC-f were'-blowing, up their torts. At the great hit with his cherub face and ficc, Lord Roberts and others, Btat- j lame time the Austrian fire rah-rah manners. Arthur was a, that they will look into his idea T ed and above the roar ol the artillery lege boy and he looked the part. He of an armored spade. Another of. could he heard the deep roar.61 trembled as though rent by an uncrossed with the Cossacks, ending .series, of earthquakes. All; Loud deloi.nllom continued and it night long tlie sky was red with the'was evident that the Austrions were burs tins of shells. During two hours j destroying the remainder ol their a m- shells were lined. j munition. 'UUSSIAN ARMY CLOSES IN Discussion of the terms o! Betore .'dawn a.scouting division oi! der occupied t-hc entire day. Russians "drove-.back the Auatviaiisj All day long soldiers straggled Irom who'were in occupation of the outly- the fortress without arms. They wero ing positions and alter a sharp en- rounded up and taken -to Russian garment occupied the Austrian headquarters. trenches.- Backing up this movement! No civilians were permitted to en- was elected on a temperance and so--these letters is to Colonel W. S. lifor- cial purity platform, and a great rison, of the Headquarters Stall at favorite with the Dorcaa Society. In Ottawa, written some six years ago, time he became a real cute litile pol-jand another to Major-General Sam itician and banged his desk, anif'fHaghes, written since the war broke shouted "hear, heat" and laughed oiit. The colonel has answers to all savagely at the Opposition on the these letters except the one rto Ilia1 plosions from the fortress. The Russians continued advancing, the men running forward among ex- ploding mines. Occasionally rifle rir- iag licard. WH1-T13 FLAGS ARE SHOWN Toward 8. o'cJock -the morning oi slightest provocation, lie developed jor-General Hughes. He values .most j March! 23 white began appearing along other lines, a ci- the tetter from Lord Roberta.-. "Be jover "the1 tops -'of the Austrian forts, gar with the corner ul hie mouth and sure to give that Back to me. 1 The'. Russian fire thereupon ceased, wore his hat at an arigli: oi sixty y ipent I mean that waa I hundred liorsti an are -laid down that Oermany shall never have tho right to acquire col- onies or spheres ot Jo flueaee In China from a Gennaii paper slioivi; big eunB'and trendies sCTeehed-foy..the Germans places on the western front. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE MB EDMUND D.C.L.. tt LAIRD. General Munoger JOHN AIHD, ABI'C llaMB V. C BVOWN. ol Central Wnlcn FUND, SAVINGS BMC ACCQIWTS Internt ti the current rale, is allowed on all deposits of II and npwnrclf. Careful attention given to every iccount Sirnll account! tie welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated "oy mail. Accpiinta may' be opened in the names of luo or to made by any one of them or by- Hit w" f Lethbridge Branch -R. L Brymner, Mgr. ;