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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY BEIUM) TUESDAV, APRIL la, 1915 Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION delivered, per rear Daily, by mall, per your by mull, per year.... 11.00 8.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: business Ofllca 261 Ed.'torial Office 12Z4 W. A. Cuchanan John 111 Hating Director Mammar THE ALLIES PTHONGLV. ENTRENCHED' Although there.. n-ns au uausua Hearth of war newe Yesterday, the dispatches were suirlclcllt to Indicate Just how strongly entrenched the At- In both the .theatres or the ivnr How find themselves as a rosnk or the blfenslve movements of the past frr so. The news that the Allies in the west Occupy and tire holding successfully a battle line of 1GOO' miles In length' It most IMI ib.li the information that the Ruiilina now command the important roaiia in lie Carpathians, and are slcwij- bur advancing down upon the mar- ket towns of the plains of .Hungary. It ,is almost a certainty that the Russian bear will very aoon be encir- cling in his tremendous and ever- tightening clutch the territory ''Hungary, wherein lies the kej to the Jrhole AujtrJan empire. On the west Ihe remarkable, feature 'Is ihat the German forcei have u yet made' no effort to retaliate for the tldws which hive" been SuccrsRfully, struck by the Brltlih at Xeuve Cnap- and by the French at Woevre, a result of. which tiej bare gained fcround which is proving BO adTantaff- teo.ns to them. Ford Touring Car Price Nvo advance In tlio Drlce of the "Mnde ,fu Otnaaa." P'orO will be made because of Lhe addlttondl War .Taritf. as loyal Canadians will 'gladly -absorb Vhatover'Increased duty are forced to Dty on such raw materials as cannot be obtained ac home-. Tlio Ford is manufactured in BBS ambled in Caudda. The Ford. Runabout Is. ?540; the Town car .the Coiipelet the Sedan Wily equipped t. Q. b. Ford, Ont Port buyers will share In our profits if we seJ] cars between August 1, 19J4 and August .1, 1915. ;_ THE FORD GARAGE pucks will hafe Vcttttrtad 'acton the country, and 'If the ring-leaders-harB way Cunullu will to ulluiKed in to the swirl cud swill qf a' Kcuecu election. 'Siidi patriot gentry, us the lieilrt ol the Cui'taton'' Drug company and the sophist or the com- nillteo iiivesUguUng the'; urollls over the bodies of wounded soldiers will lie cxpitmliiig tliemcelres upon llcal platiormg and appealing (or the support of the loyal orders and be- lievers in British trailitipn and hon- or I Thoy 'will' vow themEolvi's to bo the saviors of the. Empire. What, will the loyal orders and independent citi- zens Britain would .surl'lj- ab- hor ami repudiate such prblesscd Will it seem well .In'the sight ol the Groat Architect of'the RICKED UP IN' SSINGC F 011 IHE BUSY MAN POLISH rEASAA'TS-IK'lAA'l'lONAL COSTUME VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVB. S. LETHBRIDGE UNDER COMMISSION GOVERNMENT The city ot nas cora- Dieted. Its first year under the new of commiSBion If the citizens are to accept Mayor Hirdle'n publ.iaed ia yevter- HeraJd, as the True, version of the situation, there. Is cverv reason .to belltre that this first year bis teen an eriminenUy eatiajaciory cne. The coin in tsal oners have raoeived Ittters of congratulation from financial firms other _corporatIonB, which ihould beaccepteiiTas prime that tie ..ajitem has been all of'.the success whict-the. Mayor claims for It! Cer- tainly Lettibridge has been, nboe ..-_ vone fcr the experiment, and the cltl- IK evidently Jn the '.frame--of mmd that they are quite willing to.pro- ceed with the system, and hare .to go back-to the eld. aqd cum- l- ffceiMme system of the big "city coun- ..'The commissioners have guided the ;ifclty abip through .rerr troublesome in. a. and demonstrated, that they are quite GRAFT EXPOSURES THE BIG FEATURE OF OTTAWA SESSION (Special to the .ers of British tradition, the loyal Ottawa. April 9.-Toe outstanding the Sons of England and the j hni'.ij nl Hnnnr in (jitnadM iUURt they leat'ure ol the session of parliament which.is.now drawing to a close, has been ..the revelations ot gralt. petty and large, in connection with Ihe out- fitting -of .Canada's contingent! lor service in tno European war. In this period of stress; when men ol all oc- cupations, should hare .been eager to make sacrifices, to have sold their the very lowest possible price, and when the government should, have exerted its eBoits to protect the country from extortion at tbe bands of party, irieads, .what has happened 1 The country has been rob- bed right aad left- Let a Tory paper tell the The Ottawa. Citizen has always 'been a supporter of the Uuuada iUust 1 remain lotover silent vhile such dam- nable maggotry is beiog laid bare "Here it has been demonstrated and confessed betore a., committee of members of parliament that a junior clerk in the CarleL-on Drug Company which H'illiam F. Garland, JI.F The Earl of .Grawtoril has enlistc s a private in the Arm ledical corps for the. duration ol lu ivnr. Tlie carl, iris boi'ii-in JS71. Phillip Kett pt matte ai unsuccessful .atteniut. to.: suicicic. Ii; cutting his a lit ot desp'ou dencj recently. 'Charles V. Mitclieil, one of. Ih best tiioivn and highly respected cili zeut of Vurk cauetyi 'died recently in his 74tb William Forrester, proprietor of MitehBll nominated for the bouse ot-commons by'South Perth Literals at Mitchell recently. Fire of unknown origin gutted, the large three storey plant.of the Wol- verine Brass company, Uliatlmin, Ont One year ago the plant was sweut by lire on the same date. city commissioners of Calgary lave decided to retain IS.. Lallcur, of Montreal, to. conduol- Liieii-litigation with the Natural CJa's company over the franchise. Five" thousand dollars will be appropriated.-for this purpose. 3frs. Lcocadie Bernechc, 93 ycsra.of ige, who is survived' by 100 rtcsc'end- dnts of Tour generations, is dead 'at ,he horau of lier daughter, Jits. Chas. Lesperance, Tecumseh. .The deceased came to Canada Irom 182S. Licut.-Col. Herbert. Snell for the past four years alderman of Moose Jaw, has resigned his seat, tt is ;hought that his action is talieu og to bis military duties taking him away from tbe city. LOUI'SB Chipperone, was charg- with the rniirder ol her two chil- Ircn, was adjudged' insane at Li.e Bay be con- wuii.ii iiiiiiaui iji.r- ;r lor Carlcton, is .principal owner-has until sli0 can made a prolit OL. 0 for S'JO.DDD won and other necessi brave men atv line. cleik, a mere .inexperienced youth, paid about ?15 a weett is introduced to the'Militia Department under the on-lns hcad_ scoundrcllv political patronage syB-u.jjJr s .uini.i'lpm. j j j. Ti. T oi on an order lo irtb bf field dressings] (-hr'stoptar ijaulus., 61, a member and other necessities intended: for tlie the state sTli- "idtj by jumpiiig heiid-liist from the enth story of tlifi.-., National lanV building of Mllivaukue, Conservative party, thougli in recent years 'it faas been independent enougb to frequently criticise its political Tbe'Citizen is owned by the Soutnams, the same people-who'.own the Alberta Conservative papers, the Edmonton Journal and the Calgary it what the Citi- zen recently {said editorially: "There.iV a. maggot eating at tbe heart .0! Canadian national life. tern tolerated by. the., pinchbeck poli- tical practice "oi this, countty.' js pretended that-.-thc-- 'junior clerk of the Carletou jOrue' J3ompaDy is alloived to appropriate thii'patronr "of public money without hint or interjetence regard- ing its disposal bj'hjs political mas- ten. I'.-.. "The.Red- Cross.fund is LaVing to appeaMpr.'morp. help, and-many good people1 are giving q! their .scant eam- ea'pihle pi tie city tlmnah i :j Tear, of financial stress and ccoinier- 'tfdal deprtisloD in a. way that'-reJlecte dit-upon tbeingfllves penonally and clty'ATeneraliy. GerBLMjr.ein. call her big if sho -likes. .For onirielves'we prefar ;.The Mayor he favors a 32 mill utd ft low uiMimenL Host peo- pie prefer a low iBiewmeat, toetthbr WltJj? tmi rate. V ,'..1 "The Prinz -WKhelm, another IB about to intern ifl United SUtej port, .Uncle Sam Till quite a ilie4bla iiospital run-down iDdiTidualB .'of the Ger- Young .men, .young arc volj, ings to L-ihey .can for uatarily giving their all, their lives, the tender .nursing'1 of the .Empire's in dcieiice pi British freadora.' Brifcish poor, Broken For the sum of political, maggot- health of the citizeii army tliroughiinaiBt'ainea at '-the saving litie ior a '--1--1- iish tradition, and: the eighfwn trained nurses could )t- is eating "into the have hecii from Canada 'and the soles ol its rotten boots, ''Having, eaten., into tbe health tbersoldiers .who strong and magjc.t is now fattening on the sick and brolfen in ttie val.- Field- dressings, even the ialve and balm and bandages, fot the poor broken limbs and shattered SodieB'-oI, Canada'! wounded men an4 loys, hare-bJBn'made a medium "lor William ihe cursed magibt to .ply its loath-I pal owner. some buiiBess. Where are tbe uphold-1 "Within'a whole -t.ill'the' end of of [the .wash toe wounds -and soothe the .pain-racked bodies'.of.Can- ada's .injured soldiers. Bub the- one instance, 'of the worir.. of the niag'got eating ;'at the heart of now "cfepbsited.-'to" tbe ac- by" along the vyas hc- a train trespassing line pi Pacific The imfferlngs that pait of Poland overrun by the Germans liavo been computed (o tliose of Orders were given to remove everything from the country thuL might be serviceable to the Russlana. dead were found clothes of tlio Polish puasonls were robbed of nearly e-rery thing- ivortli Belgium. German AVIATOR KILLED AVHILE PEKFOBMING pected." C. F. Ciifnjli'i'HfadB com- niiFsioner' in Geini'any' when the war broke :6iil, was held .there for" several months by tho "pennans 'before be was ,'aj German consul 'n "of W. J. Green, of sHaunovanl'.Sask., was nominated tho Maple Creek constituency in th> Dominion House .it 'a; large Liberal conrention held in Sbaunovan Wed- nesday. Mike Fox, who murdered his wile in Winnipeg recentlyy-'and" tiien cut lis own tUtoat. '.live. If he lives no inqueft .'an tlie death! of his wife will he ji'ecessary. and'he will' be. tried .for murder -v' Fire, destroyed ssvprtl "buildingB in :he the liMSiness'.section.of luyed, and when they cams were den- ials and GXCUSOS, as tins: "It will certnlnly be admitted by every dU- crlmlnntlng Drltlah Inmate or tlie camp at JluJtleben, tlmt In (lie face of the iittemjjt of lils own government, t.o atnrvc the GerhinJi people, Hie-bill of fare offerud above all crHlclsiu.'1 This photo .made at tjnlversal on ISlarcli 16 shows Aviator Stites, who. while doing a dashed oOO feet, to his deuth whpn his j engine stalled. p The picture- shows the' nmchiiie as it started bu Its1 fatal plunge, A fake-aeroplane was blown up aa Uie picture was taken. WAR AND WHEAT TREATMENT1 OF BRITISH PRISONERS IS _____________________ _ London, April' while paper Many wall street grain experts ts-j Published lost-night, says 'the Daily prcss the opinion that the -gives correspondence which would continue until.many records es- gassed beliveen the ofHecs Large Twin-Screw .steamers. Sailings to and from Europe. REDUCTiON II CABIN RATE ALL STEAMERS From From Glasgow__ May 15...CASSANDRA...April 30 Jims 9.....ATHENIA.'....May 26 June 18..CASSANDRA.... June 1 Full Information from any S.S. or R.R. Agent or ,H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. Winnipeg 349 Main Street Vancouver 531" Granvllk Street REDUCTION 11 CABIN RATE S50 ALL STEAMERS Renskoiit Lyon byi Co., sliows the, el- States Ambassador, with rcsiiect 16 tecfc ot previous" .wais on- wheat pricj count of a junior tlerlc :bf ttie fum of V tnP DMsiness '.secti the Calleton 'Dins Com janv, ot which i mtailjBg a loss atd u h i MP is: nrlnci- mated at a quarter ofi.a-niilUon 'doll- ars- The flames centred. 'in- ihe 'thrt'e at. if, to be a little trouble ;v the Itulng of. the Blood Renn'e loyerament wocid listen to the ftflllliiiieni of Alberts, ihe re- -would' soon be the grfixliig J'tiSTpand for their that In- wojad a great ImpiKui. K Tbii Ktiier'm hu _ .rleat for such a long time, tnat cor- nttnti havg been giving it some _. .UiB-br rnmbrlnj'thllt part of it B ncancd to tbe open iei. ff it has raped we hive ihe latijfaction o that It'wIM nevar get back. >'W1Mt it true com. Uliiionen ih'ould go in impoi- lai tares thin year, it appeara ai If frpntaje tii lor sgwer and boolemnl maintenance 11 a. fair and froper It would put the burden of inalntalnlns thaie. '.mprbvementa en f who are directly benefltted. who receive no dl- mot benefit tbere'from from paylnt tmycra In Noya rotii travelled tbe ooucenlon ted bouiht all the old iklnfllnti that Md ncwft Hit roerclfnl gum ol their Government huyera in" Al- witt care the few heciuin, u B, "wMtera horiM are- too furl i if Bviclently the Inference li tbat NoTa nai> Ten bought po ,Uuit if.lBer dli-jet alwt, IOM.M mnctt me. Prebablj ll Johnson lost to Hard Becauae during the paet.few yean he gave no thought to the future, lived'a fait life, and then when he needed all hie etrength to fight Wllljrd, he. found it lacking. 80 with Lethbridge who ptrilet In lending down Eait-for thftir no thought to the fact that money '.thui ip'ent la .like never'to be returned to tnfe city.' If, however, they, change their ayetem and ipend their money at it-will be clrculBted' here, and everyone in the city'will reap the' Don't help to build up and then complain of bad trade. Wake up and get tlie Lethbridge Typo, "llnlon Label Inn your Printing, aiid demonstrate to the world that we can do just as good work here as the larger cities.- (llarwd) TVPOORAPHICAL UNION LABEL COMMITTEE, 681 Endaraad by LETHBRIDCE TRADES .AND'LABOR .COUNCIL.' FRENCH PROGREMINQI Condon, of- feiniye In tbe Inc to official report! frairf coii- tlQue0 to make progress the Geriuoni reiterate list all tiie.French stiacks have been ia be- lieved it but the-prelndB" of :a. big.genV eral effort In tbe -With in' direct conflict, it is dlfffciflt'tq. gauge the reBUlti -of-the fighting: .VMilifary ei- pertB here, however, express viction that the Germans 'will be com- pelled 'to lend to ttrenfthen their, wedge-which pene- trates to St. Mllilel and Trlilch ii being attached on both ibo'n aa'tliia lUOvement-begihB'thV AI- Hen win strike at the point-tnui weak- ened, and perhapa tlie wholo line. OP AMERICAN REVO- high being and .continued with 'high average, owing French revolution, Napoleonic wars and our own war ol 1813. WAR Waterloo ended hostilititK and resulted-..in --.some break in values average.price in 1815 then rose to in Uie treatment, of British prisoners' of war.in Germany. .-many "Painful according..tdcthe [Neivs, and.the.following is German soldiers kicked tlsh soldiers in thS'4tomacu nnd-hroie their-juns ch their backs. 1817. 1854-56-CRIMEAN .cents in 1852, lose to 51.85 in 18S5, Which .was top. Alter some decline rallied again in 1857, but upward more in- terfered with by panic ol that' per- ed thero- to; out 111 p so. tllat' :many are now consiimll-" tiras: The..dritiEb areiaTmdEfBWrvedi" anil 'aucH 'has-been, their; tortui-y that- 30 at them -v "'10 testi'm'ony'ls quoted .by Sir'Ed- J'Grey, .in a-letter of.-December-26.- .the: bad troaLment .cf-.-the British priHohef'a had A lelter-Ji'qiuj-.the internment ;cnmi) ibd failure of "Ohio Life and Trust al Hubleben. .says, the .officers -there company.- priionera w.ith great brutality, US cents inl even "violence.. The ISIil, lose to in 1881, broke'men sometimes., had not deceived a cud o! war to 7-1 cents in scrap .of meat for a-whole week.-'.The early 18C5 followed by violent Joup'secm to be to.a vance to in spring of -18G7 great extent condemned Bt-pres. The the same high as reached in 1817, just 50 i years previous. WAR sick .waited ;day, but no doctor he seen walk- ing" about the square for hours, amok- WE HAVE INSTALLED A COMPLETE MODERN VULCANIZING -EQUIPMENT, ABLE TO HANDU fJECTION- AL AND TUBE RtPAIRINO. Mcleod CADILLAC OARAOE MO it 8. Lithbrldge ...PhBnB 1644. _74 cents, advanced to ing -broke to U on peace, rose, aea.uij T0.n- Qrey wrote that to 51.60, from which declined to 92 cents on panic "ot 1873. RUSSO-TURKISII WAU 83 cents in 1870, rose to Sl.76.in broke to 77 cents at cqnclu-1 Tlife. -replies to; the com- MISSANABIE: (New) ..May 21 METAGAMA (Now) 4 MISSANABIE .i..'. June 18 :S.S. METAQAMA July 2 For 'full particulars apply to any Railway'or Steamship Agent or W. C. General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg. 'Thie'Master tire fills the bill by redivicing tHe bill. You see on every style and make of rear front wheels. J cohiniu'riieation from the gpv- ernment' reyealed'tlie fact "that there are .female- prisoners Ip MIC' German detention ..carnps." sioh of war, only to rise agflin to (1.44 in 1882. 03 cents in spring o! 18S1 Xeitcr deal on, .iniccs rose H.p J1.S5. J1.35 [or July in May, 1898; collapscj to 63 cents before end of wat. WAR 74 cents in November, 1903 rose .to Jl.21''ih both broke, to 69 cents' in JOOG, to ad-, vance aKSin to S1.60 cash and tl.34 ..lot'.Mij', EUnoi'BAN WAK Middle'July, 81J May ..op- tion rose to 51.32 early Septem- ber. The three periods when prices ruled after hostilities were those when Tar continued for a long time anil result- ed in depleted supplies. In the .other cans the duration of war'of the -no- tions involved was oh a more re- scale. HEAVY LOIIEt Geneva, April 'received ure iiurportln, to codie (ram the Auf- Irlia general itaff, place st the nets In the on tbe DukH- ei Jfrost, says the were long de-. Imed arie method of'renuttidg small sums of money. TheM 'Orders, payablei without bank in Canada (except in tbe _Yokoti Temwry) .thd in tlie-pruicipaj cities of the United the following UBdff: REMTTTANGES ABROAD BbrnMtafjidc brmetniaf OB-'SPBCfAt FOREIGN 8M Ijethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. ;