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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LE'TKnftlDfl'E" DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915 ttbc Ibcvalb Hlbcita 'DAILY AND WEEKLY. tUBSCRIPTIOri RATBS: delivered, per mail, per by mall, per TELEPHONES: 'Business Ofttee rEd'torlnl Office v x W; A. Buchanan John Torr.-, {Managing Director lluslnesi Mji THE WAR AS [T STANDS Humoi" will have It that Auatrin is 'Becking peace. Rumor has been busy -on ihsl score for some weeks, and dis- patches coming from BO many differ- one fs forced io believe there is something behind It, Or-1 .tainly. Austria is no longer any aid to r 'Germany. Were Austria a friendly :neutral she would undoubtedly prove as much aid to Germany, for the Ksls- :er. Instead cf massing his forces tn .his turn frontier if now compelled to TvealfeH bis line in places to strenjfth- en the crumbling forces of the Dual Honarcfay. Russia meantime is fighting for the possession of Lhe ttird main Carpath- ian pass of Uszok. Once that is in her possession, she will control the main gateways into Hungary, this time with 'weather conditions and a army at her back. Under ths it would appear not Unwise for Austria to snap up the first peace advance on the part of 41- 'lles .that would leave her in poisuilpn cf her main holdings. The censor is "busy on the wtit. Practically nothing IB allowed to through, Indicating that la on. the tapts. Probably the allied activity in the lieueB and Moselle may develop Intg a movement of great Improvement, or It may be merely a cloak for fame strategic more in. another dlnctlco. However, the Ftencb. are sJowly but surely lorclnff the Germans to looie bold en at aid it accomplished It irouU be poi- clble for AUJea to lay to Jlelz. The iltuation IR ftr the Allies ia a manctr which to he satisfactory to all. The Brightest Women Find times that they ara dull in mind, in ipirita, and that Ihoy have backache, and Bufferings that make life not worth living. But these conditions need only temporary. They areusuallycausedby indigestion or biliousness and ft low doaei of BEEGHAM'S PILLS vil] quickly, Mfcly ind certainly right the wrong. This famous family remedy tones the gtomach, stimu- lates the liver, regulates the bowels. Beocham's Pilii cleanse Uio system of accumulating poisons and purify the blood. Their beneficial action in brighter Jooks, clearer complexions, better feelings. Try them, ud yon also will find that they Are Worth A Guinea a Box Uroil of Aw b (1. WofU. b 25 cob. RICKED UP IN SSING KOH THE I1USV MAN I1M md Bufferings that make life I William Iloth milked the streets of 3.00 nnf New Vork his wife .and died of starvation uit] reached him.' A New York ilock dropped 418 eniploj-cM from the pay roll recently. David S. Crater, .secretary of state for Jersey, dropped dt-ad recent- ly on Vork. William C. Jlnr'tlii, a-well tfa.catricni man of Kingston, 'Oni., dead. Fire in Kyebrow, Sask., destroyed the post oflice und several .stores. The toss is estimated at strong flow of gas has been. en- countered in, the Alexander Oil well "i tho field. Kiguics realised in.. show ihat nearly immigrants have arrived in Canada from 'the United Kingdom iu tho past month. Carpenters arc busy at Camp Sew- cll erecting titc., and. pre- paring for the arrival b( tbo third contingent. T. A. of the, Toronto Mail aud L'lnpire, and I known in Edmonton newspaper cir- clcs, died in Michigan, un.-his way to California 'in search oi health. j Alajor General Sam who lias j been confined to a Toronto hospital for the past 10. nays. as. i result of in state of anarchy, plundered and j an accident, has'recovered and left terrorized by rival factions Industry i the is 'paralyzed, liberty- strangled and Sucll, gaunt famine stalks through the deso- passenger depa late land. 'Mexico must reap as she has concludes this statement, 'and unless the anarchy, chaos and desola- tion whfch prevail in all parts of the republic under the guise of "liberat- -remedied, the '.vortd will witness a spectacle here which "n'rlf a page torn from the his- iofr'of the middle agee.' 'In the lifht of events ft must non- he apparent even to past defenders of the adEiiaistraticn's Jlexican policy that numerous mistakes have per- meated the course at our state de-j partment" general aunt- of the the C. P. U. in >iew York, will succeed the late William Stitt: as general passenger agent of eastern lines .'at Montreal. The 13 year old'son of Ml. Quinton. IfacGill, of New Westminster, B. C., accidentally drowned, in -f. Captain Wyndbam Halswell, well-tnomi English, and hold- er of the quarter '.mile record made at the Olympic wis Killed in action in France Adrien Trcmhiay, 10 years old, was instantly killed, and-Albeit Gingras, 14 years old, suffered' 'i Iracttired "SINEWS OF WAR" Pap-fed Tory journals are still pnt ing about the spectacle of the Laurler opposition at Ottawa, bothering the government, and "Frittering awiy the time by iht senseless criticism of proposals of the government to fur- nish the sinews for bringing, so fir as Canada is concerned, the Allies' campaign to a successful ending." Commons met last August, and with _the .undivided support of the Liberal pirty. voted jor war. The mcney Vas secured from England as loan. Commons met again In Jinunry. An. ether" for war need- ed. and assented willing- Jr.. That money will be raised, too, aa trem Couatrj. goterament -found thit falling leveann -.ind reckless expenditures up to leATe. a SSO'.DOfl.- ia tie curresi-i-sount ot IthTe account' thit Hasn't .'let said out a cent, toward-the -war, money .borrowed from the "Mother .Country., covering tie straightway a new tariff is lirouBht down, plline up the. birriers tha Mather Gauntry, trim whom we in.getting our wir Iwns, tit Teiy Dirriera' the Veen 'steidlly vulllip dovni'-by-nevM or British wUle In Thosi'lre the "ilnewi olwir''. 1 the' arf oiVMinf thoie if'whlfh are tisej (or paylnr employees In the Join cmted b; Ike yein e( ku< lines.. HAIL, OEN. (HAM SHOEII Cuuidi'i mllltii head it it the eel- Mum these diyi. Ouwil gu uns the oUcium. rule, but tbi keot 1 InTeetlgitiOB committee oi the Hcuse i light qf Sim's dirk Vipoti, ind then he. the It will tike the loejle of Cinadi, Hpeclilly. theit who hive rtlatlyei it the front, i long time to forget thit Major Oenrsl .Sim Hughei' pitrouge list male it poeiible to not into'the of one Slater, ind ghim shoes to that extent on the feet of their bays going fflfth tp fig-ht the battles of the Em- Sire. Generil Sim li likely to find "ghim EhoM" le a cogioniea thit will RUSSIA STANDS IETWEEN ITALY AND DESIRE FOR TERRITORIAL EXPANSION Borne. The'Mtltude of Tfusals COB- ctrnUifi Italy's territorial aspirations U IB I liml-offlciil tunounce- assumes skull and died 'a few hours later, ,'irhefl a grocery wagon, the back !of which jere hanEing, was struct by a .sfreef. street, Montreal. ment' fran Petrocni, _. sifnlricance beciuse of Italy's rirlike yrepantioni and the efforts tb.idjust the boundary fueetion with Austria.. Russia in .effect expresses sympathy with Utfy's desire to obtain the territory ibout head of the Adriatic Inhabited chiefly by people o! .Italian stock, 'which would include the provinces ot Trect and Trieste. Rnssla would not oiiBose .still iur-' .but Italy "not to.preis her claims tc a soint which might bring on anothar conflict later.' At .the same time, it is said that the Imperialistic attitude toward the Ad- riatic attributed to Russia [s absurd. Home den- ies-a- report-that. Hosebery or any other person, is going to Rome on a special mission fcr Great Britain. BRITISH DENY 'IT New spite of the oJflcial deniils from' 'thit BH- tish ahips outilde 'of Savdy'Hoek here received supplies Iron this port, AE- slstimt District Attorney' Ciratirphen said today that the investigation, bas- HE'S A GOOD dresser." That's a mighty nice conipli' iticnt to pay any man. It's more a matter of choice of make than expenditure of money. Q Ask any 2Ctb Cen- tury Brand wearer. (J Booklet of Spring Styles Fret WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS McKelvie The 2 M'S McGuire gaon, as- effect sub- are'not diswsed this W." he said, -ih? right wth our "f tt E. .nner'jof "West- L' of (teatn- dug tiiieiiu nita gui JUBI iis n ijiBits1.. had been no-denials from interested i.n.lB grave, tomb- persons: We have- dnly-i -partial re- 'S "There evidence thus far that H.Witt representative of a foreign gov-, ernment is .ponnected witb the coneplr- IT ;the 'THE TRUTH ABOUT MEXICO tfnele will yet he forced to turn ud 'lick" Mexico, that, word, li i summiry of the Mexican iltaitlon. With the Europein nations it wir, the. Stitet ku been but; ''.-tviirding her neutnllty, ind the eye? ot the people hiva been turned toward vibe greiter oonflamUoo. Bat Mexico li Kill bleeding, ind Sim'i "witchtul wilting" pellu to itop'the flow. Here ..'li'i brlff inminiry ot the sltuitlen, Uken fpon (he Spolteimin-Rerlew trBth ibout Mexico, long con- evtled by our itite depirtmeht IB ig oat it list. 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