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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTPRIMDGE H E R A T, n SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 191! Ictbbribge Derail letbbribgc, HIbcrta pAiUV AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: delivered, nor year..... Daily, by mill, per Weultly. by mall, per yetr.... 1-00 TELEPHONES: Business Onicct J-5- EdflorjaL Qfllco j W. A, Buchanan' I Managing Dlreclcr Business Manager THE WAR SITUATION Outside a few scattered submar- ines plying [heir lU'tnrlnus warfare in the ivaters abOiit Hie Hritislr leles, the GernijiD navy tons beeirswejii frOm .ilic- -seas. The internment of the prinz Elt'el Fricdrlch sclr.ed the last of the roidets. Toe remainder of the Kais- er's fleet, is "fitictins j Strictly to as a bibulous gentle-1 men remarked when asked _nis favorite I drink. The Karlarune and lue Kron Prinz, though their Jute is not definite, i beJJeved io Le at. the bottom or the J sea. The seas are now clear, eiccpt for the -few jiirale cralt operp.ting Troin German bases and hitting the belt when the opportunity looms So people will have to content them- selves with the news from land, .nod If yesterday's dispatches are forecast, they will have.enough scon m keep them talking, the Russians jiave the better of the campaign the Carpathians, the Austrlans are re- ported io be divided by a Russian wedge, and a swoop down on the Hun- garian plains is the next move for the Czar's forces. Meantime nothing is heard from b.efore Warea'tv, where the GermaDs'must-soon admit they have .definitely failed, as they did before Paria Calais. On" the west each day brinfa news .el Allied gains between ihe Meuse and the Moselle, where the steady prca- .sure on the German lines threatens DOUGHTY PATENT PROCESS AN EXCLUSIVE DUNLOP FEATURE Dunlop Traction Tread bicycle tires, like the rest of the Dunlop bicycle tire family, are made by the Doughty Patent Process. No other tire-maker in Canada can use this patent. That means Dunlop is the one bicycle tire so mad? you can be absolutely sure of uniformity of construction year in, year out. See Your Dealer DUNLOP RUBBER GOODS CO., Ltd. Heid Office: TORONTO Branches In Leading Cities Makers of Tires for Automobiles, Motor Trucks, Motorcycles, Bicycles and Carriages, Rubber "BelllnK, Packing, Hose, Heels. Mats. TlllDp; and General Rubber Specialties. A Day With Maj-Gen.SHam Shoes -j- How He Befriends His Friends Even to His Little Lady Inventor oUt is And tripmlshju fur tin1 shoo uiniimnciui'ci'b is undc'i u (jmit, strain In this com- inltlcc, 11 id Major-Gonerul 1ms stuivri {'mi- tlih limit who will make rotten Aous Cur the sol- liioia gliuulit DC and shut. Moicover, some, ot tlic "hinnutucturcrs who hcganJ.ihclr contends with pray tip with ttpl't leather am I'd iiishles and others ykimped I heir work so disgracefully iiinl Doctor ''Vnrds, was hiovcd to L It Iho convicts lit Kingston RCII- iliary were put- to inuring shoes jlney would not bo competing vvllli honest labor. Now llic Alajor-lieneral JkiHJws iill this mid that ior tin- nuuuilnouircrs, how- pvci- much he like to try it on, is unU'imhlt! position. tlw uyc of genius lie scans Ihe. stricken und decides In change front, lie cannot heir tend11 he inanu- will bciriciul. tl.c shoes anil thus live up lo his reputation tor imignaimuity. Although this brings him into direct; conflict u'Jlli Jiis brother, (Jol. W. St. Plerie Hughes, who has sworn on owlli that tlio shoes 2 rotlnn. the Major-nciii-nil duns i not 1st n little thing Hko tliat sluml in his viny. JIc lias one sltokc that, will save the fur .MnJur-Cicuerai like the pieat commander lie is he carries it through, let brothers fall where they Tiic underlying plan of Major Gen eral Sam's rccoimuihSiiiii'c in force is Q stJiti'iiienl 'tlmt. (He Caiiadian boot may have its may have burned-the soles drying them take it by and large it's a blamed better boot than ihe British armr boot. To put Ibis sur- prising statement requires all the Major-Gcucral's reserves oi warm language and viviri imprecation hut ic does it with grcal dash anil ilgor. I'l c Major-General couldn't consider t a victory if he 'didn't- meet ob- stacles. When in? lias finished the field j is strewn with shattered reputations, but the Major-Oneral has not shed a hair. He bestrides his little world a conqueror, having slain c.anybody's evidence but his own. iVhst sbour Cs'.'ncral Aldcrson's re- port suggests -Macdonald, M. P. Second-hand retorts tha Uojor-Gencral, "Le probably hadn't A day with Major-Gcnera! Economy with Colgate's Stick When the one you now have is nearly used up, wet it press it firmly on the cna of the new Slick. It and you use every bit instead of to throw away the last lmlf inch or ao as Comfort for your Face Economy for your Purse Whichever melhod you prefer Stick, Powder or Cream you find ihe fullest measure of bolh comfort and economy in COLGATE'S LOTHCR They all give Ihe sune creamy Shaken on the vinl brush the last Send 4c. in lor tritl pwlicle of Powder is us good u "imartlcas" lather that softens the beard white being worked up with Ihe muasy "nibbing in" with Ihe fingers it necessary. There is no waste. ,he first. be Colgate Co. .quecjed out lo ihe very end ot ntpLgpruBmradBl the lube. Those who favor ihe iticlt find economy shown above. seen half a dozen pairs of 'em in his' Sam really challenging. The. ticneral Aldsrson b.-.s nothing "The Beverage that Benefits' Iroopi are outfitting nearby, and Tvhen next tne 'Sullan Sears o knockluj al 113 front door, he will know the AJIlea mean business. CALGARY AND HER SOLDIERS Calgary soldiers are ,up In arms DF- cr charges made against LtEm wj a section oE the Calgary public soldier liojs haVe been exceedlng'the Epeed limit, and that their conduct to- "women is reprehensible. The ob- ject oE this report, made public by the moral reform element, U to give weight io a netition presented tc Pre- mier Sifton" vesterday that Alberta bars close at T. In our-opinion the Calgary soldiers have been made tae "goat" of a cot- erie of gentlemen who, lioreyflr right mud proper .the object they bare in view, hare seriously blundered in the uietfioflitaken to arrive at it. Caleary spldjera.are no better and no Torae over, with curious to see how he behaves. are tbc methods, so far as we can judge by ever been Thar Tiien'B faUUfl- and men's virtues. Our Battery in tralnlnj bare are fair of our no Id let's In traliimf, and, knowing their rspulotion, fail io aee whetein the Calgary gentlemen ckd have had any .grounds Ior their sweeping" charges.; .-.Certainly bridia his no rekson to feel myth Ing hut. prond oi the bovi who have b'een tralnlag here tor four momhi past. Their conduct bis, on the whole, good, ind no one but the _ _ Jrxftcu of niftking the chart- ,et-agamat them that have teen im- .pjied'ln the cafle of the Calfcarr set- tfler. At for the object the CaJgiry geutle-' bfien'sfriviig' By Hble means to the bars T o'rfoclr, premjer SIfton proper answer. In three months'Al- berta votertV-rill opportunity lo say whether or not they ivaot pro- hibition, as proTided for in tbe.act draited iy: the forces. .Then all, civilians and soldiers, will have their That Is fair; it is demy era tic." Let that Vote decide tbe ieaue. simply a thirst quencher, not performances, which have mereiy a stimulant, but just the Napoleon Bonaparte in the esteem oi mankind 1 j Let us answer that iiddie at once i and op with details. Speak- ing broadly our Major-General's tac- tics are those ot Scipio carries the Avar into the enemy's He do'es not defend, he at- tacks. He tne dilemma by both' shakes it to pieces. Ho does .this .with, his bare hands, the regulations cot. permit ting him to ap-. pear belbre a parliamentary- commit- tee with hls.swoid, though otherwise in tuft unitorm. However, nis ans- General's cross between snapping tunic, but that seepis to be overdrawing the -picture. Aromatic Sc Lied am Schnapps (HOLLANQ9 GIN) JT pjci-me-np" tonic Parliament, tafciag his clothes and his replies -into account, descriled him as Are you.serious'in this 'with the Minister or MUitia. Wliat is being m fie automobile business him- Major Thomas is not British, as very mildly from-.Murphy, K.C. "Bcr- Major-Ger.cral Sam's answer? ''One soli, not only brought, order oiit of some nc-.vs papers have said. He is lous The Major-Geiieral binges, of niy old boys. He his life as c-liaos but also" orders for his oivn o; ihafpurc NTciv York breed which "I'll take'no impertinence from" yon, a parson and is very green li'-'c most company.. Tie went further and sccur- docs not acknowledge that the letter you're a pettifogger." clerical gentlemen. He signs foolish cd the agencies of various United t has a place in the alphabet. He "What about the evidence ot Major receipts." The Major-General says Suits companies ami sold to Ihe comes from country witu wmcJi Doane ot Halifax, who swore that fcliis with such a charming smile that government r.t the list price with ten Major-General Sam and his colleagues ttc men were obliged to parade with (we are almost persuader! of Honorary, per cent. off. The Major-General 'did (CcnMn'ucd, on Fage'.SV [their Icet tied up in shineles this _ _L_ -___-- --_. _ 'from >Iacdonald, "I'd li'e to J haTe handling ol that.'dllicer tor jfive snorts the-Ma'ar-Gcn- Jcral. "The man's a liar And there 'you have the Major-General. at top heat. Almost any other witness wouid have put it in the way, "The honorable gentleman has knowingly mis-stated the or something soothing like that, but trc Major-General pins his faith to plain Anglo-Saxon. This briei resume oi more pic- parts of Major-General Ham's evidence is not by way of dem- onstrating his short way with Gen- erals, High Commissioners, .King's _ This is the for; _j_ explaining. Naturally the name of the Minister of Militia has been mention- _ ed qliite often before the inTestigat- iilg committeEl, so the ius deFoted a (lar to removing the aspersions. Not that the aspersions ate.ol a Terr violent character but they nettle the Jlajor-General and he he happy until he cleans them up. He calls it .explaining .but it is RICKED UP IN SSINGEZHT FOR THE RUSV MAN MIChENER SHOULD QUIT Leader, Midhencr of the Alberta op- ponltion rose la his place In tLe House on Wednesday, and in what Conserva- tive organs dubbed as m brlplant pose- or the Liberal rulln-iy said the Tories could get a certain line of railway constructed for per mile, which the Liberate guaf- anteelng at per mfle. With a blire of trumpets and many Conaen'a- tlre cheers, .he flourished a tender from one, Nevflle, to that etfect. -The Herald intimated at the time that Ihe tender was phoney. On. Thurs- day Mr. Michener arose In hli place and admitted as beBgeii thai Ihe Lfbernlf) slionltj not take tLe temler >fr. JUchensr tried his hand at B cc-nstriictive polir.y, and his attempt hasn't been very encouraging to friends. .If the position of lieuienanl- governor. Is It) be tbb sooner he is put there, the better for Ills party. Certainly he will be aBle .to