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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUB THR LETHBRIDCE IBBALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, 1915 ttbe JUtbbviboe ictDDribgc, iUDerta BAILY AND WEEKLY. INSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, delivered, por year..... 51.00 Bally, by mail, nor year...... MU JVueiiy. by mail, iisr.year....' 1.00 TELEPHONES: fiuplncps Ollice Office W. A. Buchanan John Uauagmg Utreulcr Business Manage1 ITALY SOON MUST JUMP Italy hiiE kerping u-oriii in ti .-joatetl suspense1 over ils.aultuile in tlic bui ilic inrtk-iuioiis tilroager each day lliai her time lor malting Hie juniii is rapio'iy approach- IK'r with tlcriuany bccoiilc uciilp within tile past or LUC. her army Is now massed for war. Tlie exyecled may happen at any moiueni. BRAND PICKED UP IN 1ASSING FOH THE BUSY MAN COFFEE As near perfection as you can get in this world. GERMANY'S HOLD pS LOOSENING Yesterday's war dispatches ed quite plainly while the German forces on the are UQ-.V jmernpUng i to make some iecble reprisa-s for re- cent British ami French iheir hold upon tlie iu Ms Theaire of toe smut 'war it sradually loosening, and their resistance s'.owly more sureiy growing- Sir Joan French's confidenL-aiid in- spiring statement chat the Allies will "be quite able to break through tlie German lines when the time for the ereat move comes, bears out the news dispatches iu their statements. Sir John, of course, impresses the grave necessity of more munitions. It is going to lake a tremendous supply of shot and shell to punch a passage 'through the German wall of resist- ance, but persistent punching H'ifl do it just as surely as water TVil! wear lie rock by constant dripping- French and Jofire are rapidly twinging their forces into line for the grand forward move, and when the time comes, as the great British lead- er intimates, the aolfd battering ram of the Allies will steadfiy push the Ger- CHASE SANBORN man invaders out of Belgium and back upon their own much-vaunted .Father- land. LUDICROUS ANTICS OF A WORRIED GOVERNMENT The Conservative G.T.P. OWNED STOCK Jfl EDMONTON BULLETIN Apr] a report in today by T. R. Ferguson, has beeo investi- gating the disposition of western lands under tiie late government, tlie state- tflroughcut Alberta and elsewhere are I ment Js made, that when Mr. Oliver splashing the reports or the alleged a minister, the Grand Trunk Pac- ,Hic worth of stock in in arreffcrt to Mihd the public eye to jtue- Edmonton Bulletin, in which, ac- the. shameful revelations "of the j cording to tbQ .report 3Ir. Olirer war 'war Supplies whicli are Part cwner, the country iroui Jay to day. The only scandals lie government Kcoiita have been able to unearth in ecnnectlon with the Oliver regime are that somebody misrepresented him- self as a and got a home- fitead, and that.some oUier mac pass- ed patent- apylicaiions. 'which the The statement is based upon the evidence of Frank Scott of Montreal, who stated that on October 1905, the' Grand Trunk Pacific forwarded the Imperial Bank.at Ed- monton, for whfch. he received a stock certificate for 150 shares at the time. According. Scott. Mr. Oliver Gordon A, Starr, the oldHi native born resilient of Urookville, dead of pLieuiiKHim, agwl 81.-' 'm. Geo. SinUb, a well knbvn y (maiieier, given 1? juonths1 d hibor in Kngluud on a charge ol bigamy. Conservatives of Wentwortb'-county noinliialcd tiordon 0. M. P., candidate lor the, Uunite ul Com- mons. -Joe HaiUL'l, Assistant [errj'nian on j tlit Saskfltclie.vnn rhiT, near Payn- tim, Sask., Sunday when ihc boat caiisized he was j performing liis (luties. James Murray, of West mi township, was nominated-by the era Is oi Alidiflcscy 'a.s candidate ifor this riuijig at a couvcntion held 'm Lumloii Sutunluy. i John ot Oshawa, President i for more tluiu. forty years ot the Gu- 1 (ario Malleable Mron Co.r aud irien- litieil with other biu; in a mi lac luring and rinar.ctul is dead. A. London despatch to a iloiitreal paper says Uiat-owinp to illness Sir Max Aitkeu, Caniidiaii eye witness, has been compelled to return to ling- [land from tlie front. It was learaed that 23 cars will be taken off tuc daily service on the i streets' ol Winnipeg April 15. The jil- l neys, which are daily iocreasing in jiuinhcrs, are responsible lor this ic- duclion. Kichard Cflaif, aged is dead, and Louis l.esage, .aged 22, is ia a [serious condition as a result, pi being overcome by thc fumes of iiqiiid gas in the factory of the Canadian Blau- gas company, Montreal. A largely signetl petition ot Regiua I ratepayers is opposed to the council spending for an audit oi the city's accounts for ftbe past- six j years, saying that it is unnecessary and uncalled for. The coagregatiou of flloor street 1 Presbyterian church, Toronto, has sent a call to Prof. G. C. Pigeon of Westminster Hall, Vancouver, to become colleague pastor at a salary j of a year. f J, A, Gihgras, a native ol Quebec City, who left that city five months ago on a business trip, was lound found frozen U a cake.ol ICR on the bant-of the St. Charles river. No signs oi foul play are shown. Rev. Uc> Walter Thomas Ciirric died yesterday at his resilience, near Roy-! al Oak, H. C. He was the first mis-' sionary seat to the Dart Continent} by the .Canadian Congregational For- eign Missionary Society. He iras native of Toronto.1 Word has been received .in Winnipeg oi the death in Toronto recently ol Hi J. Somerset, a well known Win- nipeg citizen. He was a son'oi the late J." B. Somerset, superintendent of schools in and was at time manager of the Street Railway. j Through the "City of Toronto, in- suraace has just been taken put with! an American company, on the Canadian soldiers oi the secqnd expeditionary, force which. Lord Kitch- ener has called to, go to'the line. The amount on each, mnfi is QOO. For. three year's the city of Tor- onto wilJ pay tue aggregate premium of Alter ;that the men will be 'expected'to par tlie preoiiums themselves. Boy Scouts know that, with good meal of Com Flates.they can the strain of a long scoutihgtbur. The strong sustaining qualities of corn was recog- nized by the Egyptians in the days of Pharaoh. CORNFLAKES OF CANADA CardBton, April tjullu a stir was created around town tin cvt'iiiiiK when the uoldier boys of "C" turned out to nlvu n wel- come to Troop SorgRflul; S. H. aic- 1.1'aii aud "'his on Uu-li1 return front tlioir1-veiling'Iriji. U'hni Die I train drew in I lie bam! stj'uck up an mai'cli, und tuc happy pair J "coiuluclcd lo a waiting automo- (liilc which had been profusely clccor- jntiid MaKS.. Jiud bujiUng of all lip profession was head-, the .li.'in'l', folloivcd by an armed'c-scorli ot the N. C, of the sqimdron, then came Uic ;autoiuouilc drawn by the mcmljurs ot! ;No.'2 Troop of which Sergeant Me-' 'Lcitti is Iroop fprgeiiiit, and tlie re- {rtiaiiulcr of the squadron DYING Suffered Terribly Until She Took Sr. JJUBT DK MATKA, JAM, sylh. 1914? "After: suffering for a long time with Dyspepsia, I hive becsi curtd by I suffered BO much thai I would not dare en t for I was afrjiii ot five jears IIJTO, I received samples of I did uot wish to try tlieni.for.I liad little confidence in theiii but, seeing uiy husband's anxiety, I decided to do so 'ami at once, I felt relief. Then I sent for boxes and I 'kept jiuproy iiitf until I was cured. While sick, 1 lost scverul but after takiug I 'quickly refined wlmt I bad lost. Now I cut, sleep and formed- aj _ guard. Upon arrival at the re- i award ,1am corapletely1 'sidiTce of Lieut. Mny, N. O. O.'s cured, tksnlcsto "Frnil-a-lives jTorntbd u triumphant nrch of r I lies MADAM M. CHARUONNEAU ,'ivilh hayouols Jhril from the Iu I !the verandah of the house tlircvKir Pruit-a-lwei" a the j-wlildi Um bridal couple paiscd. After-. 8lomach toillc in and will {wards time licarly cheery WCTO given! for, the .popular scrgcaul, also for' 1 Major, Uruwu, anrt in a short but nOal' Sergeant McLean thanked the j i boys, declaring that "if lie had bent j Lord Kitcnencr ho could nob hitve I been treated better." When the public school burned down ul way acure Indigestion, Sour Stomach, IJyapcpBU and other Stomach Troubles. 500. a linx, 6 fair triti site, rje. At denlers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-s-tivea Limited, Ottawiu on Thursday night tlic soldiers prov- CALGARV MAN HAS ELEVEN WOUNDS Montreal, Que., April of great assislanre. They WLTC aroused about midnight bv the bugle 'gturig (lie nrc alarm, wlricli was i first thought to Lc ;i false alarm for shot wlillti charging on one of tlie and iu a short .space German trenches, Mnrch 15, and that's !ot time were paradi'd uii tlic sidewalk ill I rcmemhc-r until I ivokc up on and under tlic direction of Lieut, i -1 in Boulogne Baid 31a.v ii'L're marcher! to tlin scene of (lie Color-Sergeant J. Oliver, who has dailies were then post- ed aroiinil (lie lumber yard and builil- .doubt prevented the spreading of'tlic Jfire. At' about 1 a.m. when all daii- Tories claim were fraudulent, and that 'held 235 Mr. Scott 130 shares, BDDie G.T.P. officials once.bought some aDl3 lho Balance, was held-bj small istcck in the Edmonton Bulletin, shareholders The stock was field in This hiffbly sensational information trust -by the .Grand Trunk Pacific, but li liven to the public in.aludicrouief-U118 company.did.not receive any divl- fort on the part of n soreh beset sor- dends upon Jt or take any part in the to divert the public mind from buainws of the company. much worse scandal which is coming fej light every day'at The Ottawa gorernmeDL will proae- (eute the grafters. Busy days ahead t They are talking peace at The Hague! Is some correspondent try- ins to put one over on us? 7 Germaoy is angry because Ibe Bri-r fcfsh are keeping secret the detaiU ol ifae Eiukiiie and capture of their sijb- inannes. The Germans are beginning to show ihelr temper, which is a good tJgo froDi the AJlJes Dtandpolnt-. The-splendid offer of the Alberta tmiveraity to establish and maintain ia ,-kdsbIial for Canadian vaunted, paoirs once- more; where Alberta. Biaiids in the matter of loyalty to the (Empire. It is a magnificent offer.aud one that wil'i have, the whole-hearted Support of Albertani. POPE WORKS FOR PEACE -April President WHson-bas been offered the co-operation of Pope Benedict in effort to restorTiieace ifl Europe, was Indicated by. tbTe -executive, to- talks wlth.caKers. The .offer did: not come formally but the President declined to go Into details hovr it 'n-as zuaJe to hlra. 3e'.Eaid, however, that without desir- ng to discountenance the wort of Ihe delegates now" sitting at the Hague meeting, it had no official sanction ram any it would, be entirely, advisory. ''tt "would be poor busmeEs for the eliy to hold a tax sale tbjs year, and if .the charter makes it compulsory; the .charter, be amcaded afouff with the other changes now being put through the legislature. peo- jle jn the financial depres- clon does not mean that they are not anxious to pat'.their taiea. Put tha tat'sale.rbH for till we know -where we stand. Wheat prices during and following toe great wars of the past ISO years, as published, in Tuesday's Herald, to be some IncentfTe to aouth- eru Aljberta farmers to'talte hold of their rathe the most of H, The records show that imuiual- the bigheit prices.cinn conclusion of aliould out their -work for thrve or four .years io that tbey will BfttmmLfe a m Is- UKfi in dolnf muck and Motbing all theUTt: Steaiy" pTo- :the Jonir run and tie farmer who can more thin ahcMl wif! the fellow wno Bott of the fine opportan A Valuable Feiture of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bonk of Canada in the names of two persons, Is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be most needed. The :can withdraw the, money without delay or TWnic !t open a Joint Account. becu Invalided home after se'rvinB n-iUi Hie Patricias. Oliver Is a native ings iu tlic zone, and tlicir et- or anu acrvtid. the Can- j forts or cxtinpiisliing ihc pieces of adian contingent in tlie Soutli Africim 1 burning pialeria] fell, no war, 'ivlnnins nvo medals. "H at the sisge o[ 107 mil thut we some of tue first of our real was over they returned' to tlie he said. "Wu cajiLureil tna barracks, to finish tni-lr distnracil'li-m, but at a terrible sacrifice. Th'e n t L "At were d evcelln "C We occupied them on PoU- e Frellch' l future. Major Lindon thc second command ol' the J3iji C.3J.II., is .town from Pinclicr Creek on nn in i "Strewu all over the ground bodies or over one thousand dead Frenchmen- 'were told to clear the trenches. The dead soldiers on toji ll'c rid of, hut those in tho mud anil water found Impossible to get at. About midnight, we opened a. big improvement of their gen- f'rc on tlie Germans, who were, then cral .physique, is noticeable since they i only 5'x yards away. The casualties trip, and expressed himself [as being well pleased with tho geucr- jal condition, and degree oi efficiency "t the Squadron. The boys are all renlarkably 'well, i t-ivity. LETHBRM3GE. BRANCH GRASS? (S, R. TINNING. Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager OF PROGRESS THE OLD RELIABLE CUNARD LINE The World's. Fastest Weekly Hall and Passenger. Ocean Service. Reduction Second Ciibin Ratei ALL STEAMERS, INCLUDING LUSITANIA New SailingB Ordunj (new triple icrew) April 19 "Tutcanls (new triple icrew) 24 Lufitiiili ........May 1 "ft'ith gearcil turnines. Prepaid' pfiegage Apply lo any cr SS. Agent, or THE CUNARa STEAMSHIP-CO. 304 Main .Street .Winnipeg, LIN THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE -'All Stsamers I JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Cillino it One Buy Liter. CORSICAN ..........Apr. 2T ........Apr. 30 Excellent Accommodation a.vall- ible in ;'AII CIisscs can purchaced in Can- adi and ill arranfltmenti mada for plaicrlgitri from Great Britain and, .Europe.; Full Information from .yiur local S. 8. or ft. R. Agant, or W. H. ALLAN, Gen. N.W. Aft. WINNIPEG HUERTA. IN NEW YORK Kev York, N.Y.. April Victoriano former provisional president of'ifKsico, a year has been an exile iV Spain, ar- rived here Holiday' on "tbe. Spanish eamship AnioiiiD Lopez from Cadiz. General Huerta was papsed by Unit- ed States inimieratiqn, officials, as a. transit alter lie. had. declared under oath that he -would da.notbng that n'ould jn any "way Involve the neu- trality of the United States-i My Corns W.re Ended Thi. Way .Coundess women havo told other women about Bine-jay plasters. corns a month are ended in this way. Women who Lnow do not suffer corns. When one appears, they put Bhe-jty piaster on it That endi ike pain. 48 hours the i corn is .done (orever, with no soreiiems left. IE you can't believe it, aak your Irlende. Half of iKem HJLVC prodably ended corns with Blse-jay. 11 you >liJI dbubT.it, aglc. us [or samples. Try them oh corns of your qwn. Don't codJIc corns. Don't pore and keep ihe'm. Don't, use old-time (rcatrnenls. A famous chemist hu made unnecessary, Mrt'of torture thing qC.lfce pwt. Blue-jay Ends Samples Mailtii Frit Butr It T.A HOBOES TO PUBLISH PAPER Chicago, April Brief War Despatches CENSOR SUPREME London, April; BriUiu now controls all the sburces.'pf the.Al-iee'.war news, not only In her o'wn country, but also In" "Uuesia and France. The British -'cenaor ia BRITISH 'RAID London Aprl J3 British MYSTIFJED London, ApriJ The Jntense German anger over. the IOBB of the U-23 and her commander, "our. immlrtal is undoubtedly largely due to the German mystification over tlie new British methods of dealing with German submarines. These methods, somewhat outlined fa a recent cable, are evidently growing1 effective, AmBterdam dlspatcbcB .'said, have ex- ecuted another raid into Belgian ter- ritory held by the Germans. .They dropped bombs along the railway line leading Jrom Bruges re- turning safely along, the coast Thb extent of the damage the bom- bardment Is unknown. AIR' RAID ON HAMBURG London, April Ger-; many, waa successfully French airmen, ralded D'y fire to tbe barracks, and did other damage'. This ie the moBt daring raid yet'undertak- en: The dlslance'.to frctb. 376 miles, Hanv striking dis- the .French lines' burg being, almost, tance of Beilln, of the United Slates are to have p neWBijaper. That Is, it the.national convention meeting at S.t. Louis approves the re- quest ol the Chicago branch'of the In- ternational Urctherhood Welfare RS- fibcfaUon, dfihenvfse known as jtlio "All each soldier- got for many a day wns bEccuitsL. and all Hie rain water God .could give. The Germans had poisoned ive bad cap1 lured, and' an order was Issued by our commfincling :orricer prohibiting any man fronr'drinking- WAtor'unless it was boiled." "1 have lint come back empty-hand- continued Oliver, "for 'I havo tlirce ptai's aud a medal from Belgium, bars aud a star.-from France, and tion from the left, to James Eads'.Hpwe, natonal president of Ihe movement. ,'Tne.plan, was announced at a smoker. The money was left to Hc-we by-.his mother, who died recently. Howe announced at once that Donated to various branches but the authorities keei> absolutely thc Country, and the .Chicago Bifent concerning them here, content fbranc5' ot whrich Fred.lBler Is secre- began plane uewspapei m "hobg" organizntion, for'an approprla- a medal and st-bur from England, and to let results speak for themselves.-, Unquestionably, however, the Ger- mans are bringing into service in-, creasing-numbers of submarines of a size, pon-cr and capacity never before known- carrying stocks of torpedoes, much greater BALKANS MAY ENTER ON ALLIES' SIDE Servla.'April mid- dle of 31 ay all the Balkan states may again be plunged into war for tie third time in less t'lmn four years. This information has been obtained from some of the leading .political the interest of nilgraiory workers. "General" Jacob S- Coxey, who led the vast army of the commonweal on its march to .Washington Several years ago, is In" St. Louis conferrin with "Hcwe1 to formulate a plan to the fortune. POUND THE ENEMY .London, AprllS.-rA atatemcnt from Field Marshal .Sir ,lohn French, com- mander. 61. the British expeditionary force on the'cpnUnent, read at recruit- ing. :meetings here last, night, authorities of Servia and'.Greece. jaaldr- urged for munitions, anil FIGHTING RESUMED, Greece, Bulgaria and 'Roumania, as J well as London, April fighting I baa been resumed-near-'the coast: in Flanders, j dispatches, with again attemullng to DrelgtachLen, on the western baiik of the Xw.. the streets of preigrachten.-uinl'vil lages to the BOUtnweBt, are ipcrtailnfe Ia violence. GERMAN OFFENSIVE' London, April l-i.-rr-Admisaibn; by .tfae Frencb. -War Ofrice tnat'the Germans are now on-the offedHjve in ICtain, St. Mihlel and Pont-R-Afiisiibn region, brqught disappointment- to English rpilitary circles today. Despite the re- assuring statement .from ...Paris that the EYench forces .were-beiog're-rorm-; ed for anqtner ficial French statement Iff taken; to mean that the French offensive has failed.. GERMANS MISJUDGED THE BRENCH NATION .Gueret, France, April Ignorant of the sou'l ot France, now..ifi1 feeing punished for her WHS .the "declaration made ,by Premier at the opening yesterday of the departmental council of Creuae.- "She thought to he continued, "a :dl- vJded, frivolous .met. no Iron wall, ogalnst'whbie heroic sletance the (lower.ot her .army vae broken.' Then the, Iron wall andC .unbreakulft, to- ward the western front( Hi- Uc uy little the whole chlefi wero not prepared lor IM Md blt- he drawn ioto the conflict It tbe continues mucli longer Wlih al certitude, they declarc.-ali countries will enter the fight on the side of the Allies, A decisive .victory for the Ruaaans in the present Car- patlian fightiug may set the ball roH- ing. to pound the enemy and go on pounding him, regardless of ex- of ,tlie .number cf because by. doing so J am saving'tne 'Ives ot .our gollaQt.men. the less'danger1 to our, men .in making advances. V time comes for great we can break through the German line." T have a'iso got eleven all over my body." MILLION POUNDS OF FISH SHIPPED OVER G.T.P. Some striking figures, allowing tJiu remarkable growth of the fishing In- dustry in thc coast of northern British Columbia have just been made public, at Prince Rupert by the Fishery committee of the city. Over nine mil- lion pounds of halibut, ID additon to salmon, cod and herring, were landed there in 191-1., Since the inauguration .of through, service between -Prince Rupfirt and Winnipeg over the Grand Trunk Pac- was claimed that a million pounds of fan ha's been shipped east each mouth to the prairie's. Chicago, Montreal, New. York. etc. The catch" WRB worth'' more than half a million In 1814, and in the present yeur it -will be even larger and more valuable. Many communi- ties are now able to secure fresh sea flsii for the first time; and albmarkets obtaiu it in and better cpndltioiiithan TENDERS. "OR V CALGARY ARMORY Calgary, April 'or the now Cnlgary'armory t'o coit over were called .for at pt- .awa yesterday. CREAM BAKING POWDER Silly yean the standard Dr. Price's is. free from alum or any doubtful or unwholesome ingredient' It is made .from Cream of Tartar, derived" from grapes, pure and healthful beyond any question. Do you feel satisfied that tht baking powder you are using is absolutely safe and certain? Have you read the label to sec if it contains.alum? ;