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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T'HE LBTMBFIDGE D AIL Y_OEB AMI MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1915 P. ttbe tfbinibge ;foetatt> Tuberta PAILV AND WIEKLV. SUBSCRIPTION HATE! I ilellvertd, per by mill. >Mt mail, per y TELEPHONES: onica Office H.oo 2.00 i.oo lS6i 1S2I HICKEDUPIN; SS1NGI HAN W. A. Buchanan John Torranct THE WAH Stil! tho Liiltl Ae IT STANDS s tbo the Mosello tju xrefit nnd In the lu Ihe er.el ho'iU tlio icentre of'intcrcsl 111 the war zcnoB. ihat Germary ohfll] uoi Alfred a itaUvo of (Judlph, a well-kiioSnr Michigan.newauuuor man, is dend. Mc-Honnlil, a prorniuunt Vvuud- sujck railway contractor, passed away at St. Petersburg Florida. William Hunter', aged (iO, chief en- gineer ol the Vliilauelphia and Read- ing "rail road, is itead. The (.'udr-ortlt Hotel of Cudu-ortu, fislf., was completely demolished by fire recently. -Misa Kilzp.bcth Hlitrop of NlngRtn Falls died'is the resttff ot burns ro- oelvfd ifbile burying1 retuso lu her bnek yp.r.'.r Fred Weaver, son o( Mr. Albert! Carmel, near CUm Rogp. has I died ae a result of being trampled by i horsea ID his father's Saloons lo the numbe of 313 in the I State of be forced to go I >nt of on May 1 ai a rwuH GEN. iitJSMANEK, HElfcOZC DEFENDER OFPKYEMYSL of a vole taken recently. herlroofls do drcblu duly Ihta Seventy-five thousand doll; Jctfrc Is evidently Lhrowlne [been sneiU In Vancouver for relief liree lorces into vhai has proven to V be QIIU of the mere vulnerable1 parts .pf '-he German Una; and as a refeulf Jtho 'AustrJaas are having Lo tlo tbo they can to told back the rejuv- mtc3 HuiBisn DOW topplaf of the Besklde, ready fcr clriva icta German jperta are quoted as .saying that Lh Vutlook for a Itus'slta invasion lot .fcuiigarj- Is cerlous. ,The the bresd basket of tb Jtfual monarchy, and with them In the! the ilueElans TV! 11 bar jfcddad another link to the chain that 1 'floiviy but surely starving toe Teuto euL the lam other i WHICH (8 WHICH? The government at Ottawa Jjellcit'tit 930.QQO.QOQ lo jbount to make Thej tine, tariff, tailing UB t _ p ralBQ the monty, i Q they 'whisper la oju t-the Jjjglier tariff an InOustriei, and ire "madVln-Cannda" 'talk. Now >rhlch So they mean T If buy.madi geKids, IJO.OOO, coming from 'If we buy imporl to raise how -out" vtho '.made-iti-Canada oratory whet and Tbe Alcmreol Hernd, common Una--on hla doUcste phaje-oi ,a delicate quai tlon thit touches Tpooktt, cala witlrthQ qufatlon thus: qftwclcm for "tbe at be at Otwa .Deari .hy Oie Ott tmiervatiye sub. wa. Ctllsen, ol now in reyoll Bat ctat; lent) lepn.added tt .tie'oosl ot goodi '.poriod Infij Canada, cilia uelag to now 'tax. J laduoted'thrbughout Gantdi e iioopU to buy only ir r whit tbe public_tp Shohld the? buy only madi acd :thua the 1m- irf- tax or ahould tlwy iy forelfra goods and thui loraUy Bbrdan 'go v cram ant li r, efforts get more ipotiay to i proceedl; Bpytrnmflat -depend upon thji V.iifl flaanoo par. war theriforer. this nadluiB can ibow our loyalty by Importing ai mnoh. car- buying goods jnade In 11 riei' pay jbir i .of upholding lha' hoadE of -Brl- n-ln great gttugglt. bay raiadftvin'tlili fllplng .the gOTenunent or'Brl 3 ara rneraly payiiic the axfiount bjf Uic "to .the pro tactad inanu: In .JocrMJwl That laeaw 'of "adYwmtlnf pnrthawi ot Ca vrot; t( aa mdU thtUUtrare that the .urltf .1 our war upon that to ocr coutry dtmanda that Importtd gooda on'ifhlch the nent inoy the oattomfl conhrmiwrmry uki, whit "flag-waved ____ .nto-ptfweT Me.nowt bo. cqBiitrjrrinte.prohibt-' fri'-protMtlon, with aW the. attendant monoiioly aod. blgk lr dowat kelleTe "the by name of Day bae chopen as a .sacrifice for-Red OJark Fn the: aeit election. Mr. Day baa a dark time flkolton Is Rfler the parties mar haulevanJi by taidng the i rt It wouW be n-iae to'iUok i' the .beaten patba, uieaulnK ilde- :when tcmptad to take a. abort it'In fbtiire. Southern Albtrta farmers '_" the name of being i; spunkieit lot ot scUlets any Entry Jn aplte of the hJo.M; to 'their crops lait year, With renewed eonli- and ever-fcesh enthueiasm to of putting ip big- :tage OL raemory, which itp 'many..strange hlun-; j oni is only anothar in- :with'.ifnlch, to be los- 't the op- demnlng in LMc Arthur work 'by tiie relief coianilBaicn In taa pnst ffre 'nionlis." Sir William Prica has resigned as prcfildem of the Quebec Harbor'Com- mission, saying ae (3 done with poli- tics.- I Dr.- OSCJP Qttimon, Stratford, bas re- ;iFed word ;o report at Halirai next Saturday, as head surgeon or the -Irmy: Medical Corps rglnforcamants. Joseph Snyder, a wealthy farmer oj tt'rflaTid, was found uulltv oi treason. It was alleged that Snyder .ided an alien .enemy to leave Canada. The old oarracfca ballulas ct the H. Medicine Hat, one of the oldest-inndmartB of the daya ot-the wfld- and woolly Ttcst waa burned ta tie; ElSday, crop prospects in Hungaxv, and Austria-are reported-ln anjifK; llauatch tb am from the Affairs In VI- IN AUSTUALEA Carpenter in the district 3ourt. .at Oalgarj- has just appeals against assessment In- arer one million dollars, udginetit was reserved. 'George C. Stanley, an actor, dropped lead In Elizabeth, N.J. 'ay Fay.-pHimer, playing the same lart'la the company, dropped dead rom'lieart .failure a short time ago. To further the production of wheat ad bthir cereals In Nova Scotia, Pre- mier Murray Introduced a bill Into the AaaamMy, futtd' of to be uacd e7 erection "of mills lu of no. such .es 0 wheat production now exists. "Tivo stenographerB In the office of le.Sterling-Actions fc Key' Tor- two ma eked desp'er- doei obtaining lha whole pay roll. 1 the company.' Tbe robbers entered te office In broad daylight with grabbed the re- oLvew andTiftcr a tuaile auccsedid the money. I'he roboeri btalned. llSflO, have not aa yet .HCAVY SHOW FALI-JNQ aud .surrendered only half hfs force. whan bullets, and- Imd left hardly ORDERS By Colonel E. A, Cruikshank. com- manding Military District No. 13: 37. Annual The an- nual Inspection.of this district will commence about May l. Corps will be examined In follow- Ing subjects: Physical training., scout- ing, signalling, squad drill, company-drill, skirmishing Field leering, ceremonial.rifle eierclaes !ield training; ivill, hand to .on obje ;tB .the-war "a'hd-puWic opin- parade at the anncai inBpection a corn- After remarking .that a nation like Germany, which1' was oi age, Dr. a ol the 'rteichstag rcceiitly {iddressed a Lifceral Wition ag rc allst ing on jollvof his.corpa, also [1st of those cadetBiWbo arg teraporar- with for the .set oppcsite each name; (c) ,oe be inspected' working 'Ii-sb of. 'the in- fitnicfor. the command of the cadet offlcera, 2S. -Rifle no Bftrvloe zmiaunltlon will be available for cadet iracUce thlB season, Instructors are directed to devote.more attention to practice Tritli mlnUturc'.rinei. 29. Beat Shot I oca .Otti-wa, mohUfly, committee. pre- mtement'of the. department js.ent a badge ta the beat shot in each cadet company'that has! carried on "BhowB a falling off of iS.OuQ.p6o In reTcnue for the Hi- il yaa'r. total weaue for the bath, of Varcii >u a CTMie BB compared Trlth ie aame" month n year ago. The cus- oms- rerenue for the year fell aff hy 27.000.000. and ifl The U a de- ..The postal the year, tiowever, soowi an In- roaae .at 'the total amount OusComi, .excise TftFMuts -all decRpawl illghtly March, as compared with the TOtK deot of ths orainloa At .the aa miniature rifle, praoilot during tho 1 UR t f wintBr. Cade.t Instructors ;win hold competitions are anil report the-name of the beit.shct In each th' aa aooii as possible, and not later than May 12.. rauit he allowed- to- etpress its opin- ion, and some" to the eco- nomic country, Dr.'.Streiemanu gave .tha. following of what "he'hoped from the war: Our Jajj, lie today over Antwerp, over that .JVntwetp. which since time of Napoleon: 1.' has been known aB .pistol-pointed at the bwasfc of Our .flag will, all hope and trust, also float bclore Terr -Hue if this happens nud tficrsbv won f be 'way- to the sea -which the whole., situation, of but country has long demanded Australian troopB. congtrucL a plank bridge supported by kerosene tins at the pyramids. The hrldgo was conBtnitteti- in a mJnuto aad u tue near the RECRUITS MARCH PAST BUCKINGHAM PALACE A battalion of "Loadoo Scottish" on a route march In Uondon, passing Buckingham Palace, BOOT COMMITTEE REPORTS MAJORITY AND MINORITY Ottawa, April boot com- stances. 'It is pointed out that the.made to the order.lot of mittee presented last night majority jD06.t the same as the sam- and minority, reports upon the invw- pie, vhich lias been in the department the which mil tbe wftt tnauElo to world s cammarclal highwaj to tbe tea irhich, ae our Biimarck. in political economy, Priedrich List, once said, has been the of the .nations and source, of nation- a new style' boot recoramemled hy a iou which thcf haye been about 50 years and has given sat- ;Hon. s-nce Feuruary iy iaat in'con-lislaction in South Africa. In this tiic USiiice .'30. Cadet Inatriictors' .Courca, 1915 to the war. and .the expenditure .caused there "WlU be no cadet, insure tors' course thja 31. Cadet to the in creased expanditure arising' from the 'war no cadet-camps wjH be-held In 1915, al great-ness riods, then the _ of the cabinet uaiier J. D. Hazen, in' January last, e. then, though heavy requisitions ection with the 'iootweat supplied to I minotity report tlpei not agree, it lic-ihave been made, a'new boot not the Canadian soldieia. The majority ing cputended .that-'tlie boot used in 1 been designed. report is signed by Messrs. Middle- the Soulhi African war was 'a uificr-1 Heavy rake-oHs are'charged in tbe bro, McCurdy, Raiiivillc and Sir ent type the majority of boots by' the Gauthicr firm Jamet Aikens, while the minority're-jpprt-therc is no'charge of. graft. ['through a middleman, Charles Slat- port bears tho signatures of Messes. minority, report lays special er. Reference is also'madd to the sup- man statEsraan wilUdare' .voluntarily. to haul down'that Hag again. GERMANY Similarly another .Reichstag, dep- uty, flarr Wacahqrstfdb Wcnte MacDoiiald, Murphy and Neshitfc. (emphasis'upon'the conipls.rrts-cf While both reports agree that in some respects the boots may have been un- suitable lor the work .and .the condi-________________ ___ tions, they dirter considerably in the I ley, and upon the evidence of the jtiin- matter of .fixing blame. In tbe major-1 ister who condemned the boots lieloie jty report emphasis is It concurs in the re- ol 5Bveral. boots in Canada and were Winnipeg job- at. Salishury, Upon the protests of; bees who uad not. inanulactured the Aldetsou .and" Sir- .Per- clared at a. subsequent political meet-jtaid upon tbe great need of haste, in Ipott.bE the' aepart-mcntal board, to boots: The report concluded oy.Jlnding that "the. government .could baVe, without trouble and provided" a proper boot, suitable for active antf ing that they-were 'waging-.war jthe supplying o! lootwear and .the I the '.cfTeufe boots were not that-'its'failure td'db Johnson lost to :Beeauie during the paat few yearn he gave no thought to the future, lived a faat life, and then when he needed all strength to .fight Willard, he found it lacking. 9o with Borne Lethbridge Merchants, who penUt In Mndlng down Eirt for their. Printing, thought to the fact that money thui .tpent waited energy, never to be.returned to thie city. If, however, they change Ttheir lyttem and epend their money at home, It will be circuljited here and everyone in the city Will reap the Don't help to build up oMicr cities and then complain of bad trade. Wake up and get the Letlibridge Typo. Union Label oili'ymir Frititiiig, and to the world that we can do jiiat as good work licrc as thclarg'or cities. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION LABEL COMMITTEE, No. Ml; by LETHBRIDUE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL, fur 2 few possessions in Africa, and that the Gegniai nation insisted1 upon knowing nhat it wai, fighting lor JFitty ago it was i criminal of tenet to designate a Germar empire Jas a political, aim, .there should no .similar ...'reatriction. against greater Ger- many ing, but high politics could be con- Commenting upon j ducted only by calm consideration-uE Berliner Tagcblatt tlie ;Iiearings of a question, and tremendous pressure uader" which the department had to work since war broke out. It contended that little time was given tor proper inspection and that the department generally, did its power under the circum- and declares .that; while- grave and serious negligent on 'iheir baste mlgbt-be pleaded in the ;'i; the same-.type. is'lstiU" "We are 'of opinion, that'' nonu a better '.thc> ,said; for could have bfecn dcsigricd the' conclusion bl JlciijtyV alsp'i the fmuLnga.' n is Uie general opinion tliat some results must were brought' 'to a' successiut'.'conclu- sion hut io define vliat the hot .by catch phrases. The various held with regard lo n ''great- er would have to be sub- mitted to--careful and conscientious Gemauy i ai to be uasa more dil 'examination as .to whether their rcal- firult t uusti D Such figures of speech, i ization would really lead to the in- as those emplojed hj Hexrn Stresa-1 tende 1 goal. The coinmciit of the Vor- mann and Wachhorst de Weritc wacrts on, the sujijept- was lo the ef- met with applau c m a public that ib .was high time for it to THKOWIKG A HAND GRENADE (fiscitss- tue terms. of peace in'its only that it .therebyy.proclaiiii'" its disap- proval ol the-yiews'oi.tlic Rcicljstag deputies-in..tiuiestipn. GERMANS April to an official list m ado public in Berlin yes- terday, Ararch 1, a-tdtBl'bf .5510 nieces, of captured .3300 glum heavy and light guns, SoOiRus- PEANUT- ROLLER FAILS Chicago, 111.; .April aS.-fFpuf police- men were unable: to Mae Free from the'crqTvd tlit't- threat- ened to overwhelm -lierr when 'she at-. tempted tp' .roll a" peanut drp.uud Free. city hall at noon to-day.. was. paying' the penalty' that Jlobert M. Sweltze'r be elected mayor. ATter she had gono GO feet, aha was .compelled: to. glvo the DO j Ice make a path tfa rough the The of hand of of the act y at guartera'has been one of the CeaturH tea. A. Britlah ben IB tht Buy materials that last u the lime wfccn you sKouId I every dollar buy the best passible wlue in roofing. YOU ffet the j Roofing Itta In 10 years for pod 15 ycnra fcr i-plj, aud the rcBponaibility of our big milTt stand btUind this guar-' Mtce.. Wliy.iend away for on UH- known brand'of roofing? Buy oar roofing from your locid dttlv. lUofin ;