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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta October wdeit 14% WtA 31 Forecast: VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915 NUMBER 101 POPE NOT WORKING FOR AUSTRIAN PEACE Home, April 10, via London: 'denial of tlio roport that Austria has asked the good offices of the Holy See to ob- tuin peace proposals IB printed ill the Ossavatbre Rornnno, the organ1 of the-Vatican. 'Rush of Wet Gas Now Amounts to Seven Million Feet Daily OIL SHOWING IS VERY PRONOUNCED Amendment Lost on Party Vole-C.N.R. Guaran- tee is Increased NOTHING BEHIND THE TORY PROTEST Edmonton, April Tlie resolution of Premier SiHnn to increase the guarantou of l-he Cana- dian North Western railway tjontis from thirteen to eighteen thousand I dollars on the St. Paul dc Metis linej carried at tonight A DEMOLISHED EAST PRUSSIA TOWN r_ Herald, there should lie I'm nouncenienta of importance vithin lew weeks. Clyde Seg'ur went Scene overlooking Gcrdanen, where the Germans were shelled OUL tlie Russians. Hardly a house remained straight party vote. An amendment standing. The Germans fought lenacloualy brat the Russian onslaught was greater, by Mr. Twoeuie being defeated 17 (or 30 agafnst. There were sit Liberals -------------------._ _ absent including Captain Pingle, who is on active service. The others were out of the House, not expecting a. di- vision so early. The House then went into committee on the bill embodying the resolution. This took two min- utes and lhe bill was then given two readings. The resolution loaning two nillions to the Central Canada rail- way TV AS then proceeded with. confined his speed Ottawa, April Robert Dor- refutation oi the liouse of commons been made by the Senate simply with to less than an hour. He attacked den in.the Commons this morning, on does not come into effect until a new the Canadian Bant of Commerce, said behalf of the government, accepted parliament is elected it was BORDEN ACCEPTS AMENDMENT FDR UPPER HOUSE INCREASED Force.of French Blows is TelLng in the West Campaign DARDANELLES IS VERY QUIET YET London, April official ivnr reports of. today indicate that the ill lug in Franco, which started on .Monday." with a French attack tween the Mcuso and Lliu Moselle riv- ers, has developed inlo a desperate struggle along .1 considerable portion of tllG Tfla statement from the German army headquarters mentions, one after another, a series or onElaughis by the Allies. It appear from tlie ilerlin statement that tlie English mid the French have ob- tained no advantage of. importa Railway ere- th amendmtnls made hy lllB Senate reasonable that the Senate increased The Paris statement adds .nothing to previous statements of French vie- east changes are recorded. lin War Office says that the Russians accomplished nothing by at- tacks in the nonh. London, April fierce battle is going on in the west between the helping the Literals. and Mosclle Tlicrc lhc French Rogers -tlioti charge arc persisting in their offensive tlic opposition with hud faith. agIlinRt the Germans and, according an- that ot Lhe most dividuill was a portage in. dress he sent to the King providing practically .the same time. promised that ii a reasonable rciiis- however, is at direct variance with be- tor an increase in "the representation Hon. Robert Rogers said that nev- Iribulion bill were passed they would the reports from Berlin, which im- LWeen the money in the bank- and the Of the upper house in Western Canada er in the history ot .the Canadian par- not 'oppose an increased rcprcscnta- nounccs that all the French attacks nt the bonds sold for, of- over L "illlipji.. Where did-it-go to of tion in the Senate Cor tfie west more The redistribution bill was oi been repulsed with hravj'..losses. FRENCH TKf.EE- MASTER IS TORPEDO VICTIM Letrcport, France, April French three- masted ship Chateau Briand, from London for New York, with a cargo of chalk, was sunk v by a. German submarine; oft ilie Isle of Wipht at 11 a.m. Tlmra- day. Tlio crew wag saved. Board of Trade Thinks Receiver Should be A.lowed to Pay Extra Cost IF SENDER FORGETS; TO SAVE LOSSES Royal assent was given to the war ta.Y. measures on Thureday, aud, com-' mencing next Thursday all letters must bear the astro, one-cent Avar stamp. If they are not to go to the dead letter, office. 'dicatfon absolutely opposed arty as- parliament, the Senate and House Kaiser. In closing he stated that from" SI.'Mihiel to and much' valuable Announced early m the- neck. It 'is sietance-being given the C.N.R. He Sir Robert in the course of a abort: of Commons increases should coincioe, wherever, one goes the cry comes m guess already made is as great as the'' ,gu astray. With this in mind, the now stated by 0. G. Devenish, iiifln- concluded by moving a lengthy amend- speech said .that the teaate amend- said, was- not according to the tones louder than tiie ociitr that, par- French claim it to he, these roads loving wire was forwarded this mui-n- of gas lor years to, come. There is investigate the of construction provinces in the lower house. He ie- 'also a trace; of. crude oil coming up or raiiways in- Alhsrta. gtelted the attitude of the upper .with the baler. Some of this has been Mr. Cross replied. He said that Mr. house, remarking that it had again tested and iiTsaiil to register about Twecdie had attempted to make light insisted on pnssing this amendment 30 degrees iteaume.. The company is of fnct o[ a butchcr'i bill, not V- for reasons which were quite obvious, husy effecting repairs to the drilling ing paidi but he lelt that when the While he had not changed his .opinion plnnt, the walking beam ot which was Minister of Education resumed his he: was disposed on tins occasion iti broken last week- Other wells in the seaL lhe last VOrd had been ipokeh view ol tlie necessity of getting this south arc in the early stages o[ de- in this Mr. Michener as-lead- legislation passed to accept tlm during the .summer it er Of ]iis pattv in. a-deliverate, scr- amendment and he. accordingly moved should Le definitely known: whether not t'lie south possesses an oil field of commercial value. Little news of the Caxdston and official style .preseated to that it he concurred in. the House an offer from H: O. Nc- Sir who followed, took ex- Dental Corps to Care for Teeth of tcr .was addressing himself, not so changed hands several times within a 'much to Lhe opposition as -to his own few -days. Elsewhere, so far as side. public has hren informed, there the Apparently he had met with some been no fighting worth mentioning. ville, to build the SL Paul de-Metis ception to the of the Pre- this morniog says steps are now he- with its own rights. The Senate was _- f----------- field as a branch ol the Hudson's Bay- mier that the Senate had again made has been heard of late but the Her- Vancouver line, a railway not yetin this amendment for "obvious rea- tae __ aid is ib a position tn state that tence. Mr.' Michcner meant tliat sons." He did'not ihink' 'there was Canadian soldiers at the front very Important developments arc ojrer to be accepted as the policy "of any justification !or such a slur on some, attention ponding which will make this field the his party, and wfien Mr. Boyle show- the upper The inference from is and .to this end a Canadian Canada so ceatre of all eyes for the time being. up th, finaticial standing'of the the remark was tliat this" had been army dental.corps is facing formed for sucli a burst or. oratory 'on the part have, according to.Uerlin, recaptured j ainst the proposal that mall not carry- of the minister of Public Works. He from Belgians the village of Drei ing- the stamp should go to the Dead was inclined to think, that the Jlinis- Qtachtcn on the Yser, which has Letter office. Such action is likely to cause grave inconvenience and may cause serious IOHS to business bouses. We respectfully iugreat that the un- paid stamping, or double tbe amount. if that IB thought advisable, .should be collected from the R. Marnoch, president." So far, no reply been received. Beffiun'iu? Thursday also every cheque issued must a affixed; the coiripany will collect an extra, cent on each mea- aage eent; each railway ticket bought will cost five cents more; tent drugs will cost one cent more ft c reverse i-lc'said he would remind Mi. lingers that the: situation which ex- .ists today is due to the [aet the fathers of confederation deemed Montreal, April Garci te it desirable to create two houses each I Prohibition is established for certain definite rea- sons and unless it had been created tne confederation could not have oeea their genenil health brought about.'There was no body in independent of outside i company and its agent there was lit- done hy the Senators Juneau, Alaska, April Sen- opinion. nte yesterday bill submitting the hope immediate..service. Tbe details oi thei The Minister oi-'P.ublic Works was territorial urobibHipn to the Voters Talk in Alaska and Nova Scotia Delegation Back From Edmonton; Successful Trip peating a statement inadc by.- that the appointment could be made This'is the fitst time that the den- him ,to do so. Then tlie minister corn- Dennis of the C.P.R. in b'dmonton a by tfae present government immedi- tal branch of tne service has hccn of- plains, who, said Mr. 'Oliver, is act- few days ago. He quoted comparative ately" after the dissolution of parlia- ficially. recognized in Canada. It .will ing-like-the Kaiser.? .The Senate Mayor Hardie, Commiseioner Graw v, nd City Solicitor .Ball returned last I'ligxires to show that, Alborfca with ment. Je given-the same standing much greater territory, has ast near- Sir Wilfrid thought that in viow of medical corps according to tie the railway facilities of slates of .the fact that the increase in the rep- zette. is the doing its duty undet .the constitution In HalifH, Too Halifax, N.S., Aiiril the House of Assembly yesterday, Hon. R. M. MacGregor moved tbe second read- of- the- Minister of Public Works, mat- I ing ol a bill amending the Nova Scotia I ing such a demagogic speech .Edmonton, where they mission. Their amendment to the city charter giving the city the power to guarantee the overdraft, of the school board was received by Hon. j. K. oi education, and it was promised that the clause would put through comiuit- !ce along wuth the other city-charter amendments which ;are already on their way to' the-statute books. CRUISER KENT AT PERU British cruiser Kent, one of. the vessels which recently sank.the .German cruU-. or Juan, Fernan- dez Islands, arrived, here this morn ing. The. cruiser and the forts ex As to free trade-in.''railways "-which nee refuses a the company can go to Ottawa and get it and it is merely a case pi having the busi- ness here or in the cast, Working for C.N.R.? He charged tbe opposition with changed salutes, tonight. The Kane will Jeave Building Permits 'The building .permits for this mouth to date are: North West Jobbing Co., on Fifth ayenuo South, L. GRUZJ, house; Tenth avenue North, Joe ..Szelagyl, house. Eighth areoue North, Robert Saxon, bouse, Nortb 1800. street A Toronto, OnL, April wlU'of the late Senator Robert Jeff ray'.'lifti been filed for pro- bite. The estile la" valued at :T 4 4 merely, repeatine tlie thunder or ,R. B. Bennett abd 'iheir lead- er, Sir Robert Borderi, would bo a bit pleased .when it. ;These same gentlemen, a', month or, two hence, however, would be stumping lhc province lauding Bordsn's aid -to the Replying to attacks on tlie" secre- tary of the Railway department, be- cause he once for the C.N.R., f Mr. Crofts evoked -Llb'gral cheers hy' pointing out that two members .of Federal CiibJnet, Mr.. the STARTS Mr. Colver of Toronto Already Has Building Up Ready (or Operation rpLethbndge boasta anot'er small industry. This time it is a tannery, rtnd .though the 'industry is it Southern A bit tan Gets Report in Letter from England- Can it ba True Lethbridge Officer of M. Police Not Announced Yet Arc British forces "being landed in 'inspector W. P. Lindsay, of "K" License Act, oy lessening the hours for the sale of liquor In the city ot Hall- fax, and ,R. Irwin of Shelburnimoved the' second reading of a hill providing that Halifax take 'a plebiscite for the abolition of license..and .application of the .Nova Scotia .Temperance Act to the city on the first provincial'gen- eral election day. MORE- NEUVE CHAPPELLE LOSSES London, fourth Bri- tisli caiualty list issued by tlie.-YVar Oltice'lhis week, showing 1238._addl- captured the French town-of Neuve Italy to be" ready to cu witn detacmiicnt U, N. W: M. Pi, has been t0iai Of casualties1'announced, this tU .Italian army when tliat country .Deer, where as to of which 1-734 men were r -ssrt ssr -s, w for every 25 cents work. People are just beginning to realize the changes are coming and with them much grter until they "set-.'wlfle" to 'an the new waya of. apendlng. money. Murderer is Released; Only Served 15Mos. London, Out, April learned nere jeiterday that'.Tom RIley of EvertQD. AfliE., has bean par. doned and releaied from Kingston after serving leag than a year of a 15-year aenteace for -the; murder of Gdorge Blackburn, .a- tender at the Hotel Cecil, tnla city. RIley, a Grand Trunk braieman, shot Blackbura' dead "when -the- latter It was 'believed at tlie time that a death Inevitable, and word of bis release after serving year has come a.distinct surprise. drunu at the time the' great Canadian General Sam ilughea, -f inspector, have ciiarne ol formerly worked for MacKenzie ,t -has come .without, any blare or Hum- dccidts to strike a blow at Germany was Mann. If Tory argument held'good, pels and will bo Operating within a on ol the allies. made" by the iilb, ecuir yesterday af- they wera. reprefieriting'tlie-C.N.n. "Ii very [ew dayg. Sounds improbable, doesn't it? K- ta'itoou. 'I'lierc .hukB utcn rumois of the government Is in the grip of-the. killed: Prospec.ts Good L. KimbaiV returned yesterday Mr. Colvcr ol Toronto, an expcri- ivill naturally lie placed in the same late. .-Lindsay was to Washington..and Oregon 'points. _ unner, is tho founder, and al- category, with the wje'rd rumor ot the hb wae accused the ConservaMves ready has His building almost com- early stages ot tne war of "Rusliin1 ;U a-'positioli 'to make, tie'-announce- good proapectB, three ot whom came o[ obitructlhg the development'-of a is located at the riven troops to a report which -mcnl.definitely.. rich country. He. wUnitUid C. within a lew raids of ite lhe war olTice Warned oa tlio natural Who .his .successor will, he the Hei- N.R. were broken occBBlon- wcr stabion from which he will re- gossipiiiK tsndcncies.ol an old has unahle to learn.. th.t dki not in.tlfv accii.lnE lady ivho lelt. bet auditor In doubt Inspector J. A. MacDowld'of Red as meaning. with him. .Mr. that there will ba'-.i inf.Iiii .of settlers to southern Alberta thls-year, as the.people ue'vjB- place Inspector- Red are interested as in noutU- promlle Mr. Cron showed lute securitr ot the province; not only has .It R first mortaaso .on; the'.1 .rail- ways, but-the pomlnloii-'EoVerninent has a second and. to'- orotect .lhe tlrsl. lie aald all C.N.n. roads operating in the.prov- ince .nre payliip nil dhsrgas >'.Uh ease, ( Cj. tpo However, tne Herald has it from A takes to, Ma.cteQd ,to tjie CTD a SpHttero: Albcrtan, who yesterday ti- iBspeptoj PBa- ,_____in Toronto, but uviag to un- ceiveii' a letter liom hit- so'ti't in..'nyfather, .wto.coulee to. fareBKii -uusiuess oonditions he was Eaflnad that the report is: tale, charge of detadbneiit witb (oiccil to sell there anil locate in the current in, England, that British supermtendcnt. vest. He thai he already has Tor a supply of hides, and liis. finished output will, find a' reaily sale with the Ualgary saddlery linns which have procured worth'of buaiuesi froui the troops are being poured into Italy to act with'the troops of; that'country. The information comes from a fight- ing family, one that has officers in high placed and is believed to be absolute: fart. Itispepto'r beeu in Letli- bridgevlor the'' greaUr part of the year, having..come take the vaeaut.wliicir'lnspectot West was promoted 'to theVsaptrinttndency llu uicck division. Right Typhoid'caiia-ln Bgbt memberE of tho Klein family, jn the F.ll illBtrlat, are -victims of H typhoid fever epllwiic, and 'cFe.deatli has J and 1 aged, little' girl Sup- cumbed on Tuesday, after eight days' illness nnd was-; buried States. WHY THE EITEL ,QUIT' Washington, Following is the announcement handed Collector Haui- llton by -the commander of the Prinz Bitel. Friedrich, when he decided -to intern: 1 "I iotorm you I intend to Intern-: 8.M.3- Bltel Frledrich.- The relief I espectad did not appear, so ttm.num- bar ani.fbrca the. enemy cruisers hatching tie o( the milres to. me the destruotten. ...Being :.pbll-. irteli In it) tei. t rnfohli.a lleipeclfiilly, ;