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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE potm THE LETttBRlDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916 'I if lietbbttbge l^eialt) Xctbbi1t)oc� Hlberta f 0 AIL Y AND W B fi K L Y Bubsortptlen Ratei: DRlly, delivered, per week ..... lOo DaUy, delivered, per year ......Jp.OO Dally, by mall, per year........JlOO Weekly, by mall, per year ......fi.oo TELEPHONES Baslness Ottice .......... Editorial OrUoe ........ 12B2 l3^^ W. A. Buchanan Mutaslne Director John Torranoe Business Manager to Carrania. H6 started out to gtl Villa. Ha Is going to get him. It be has, to lick the whole of Mexico to accomplish hia purpose. Uncle Sam isn't going to Bet out ot Mexico now because it n-oiiid be suicido to take such a course. He would be the laughing stock of the whole world It he did. His millions of dollars o( Investments in the twubled southern republic wouldnt be worth a scrap of paper. Uncle Sam nnd Me.vlco are on the verge of war. Tho only thing thai will avert It is for one side or the other to bnck up. And Uncle Sam has gone too far to back up. It's up to Carranza. Is ho onl.v bluflinR or does ho mean business? Your King and CountryNeed You Kight Now The bifr le.igue ball season Is away to a good start, and here conies Carranza trj'ing to butt In with a counter attraction. HAvifV6tf Heard that aezema oaaea, wtaloU have de-fled all other trtatraont, yield t'* Zam-Buk? An Illustration ot this Is found In the case ot Mr. J. L.r Fronetto, of Nlgadoo, N.B. Ho i�rltea:- " My head -was entirely oorired � �with czcma, and althouih I tried numerous remedies and received medical treatment, I got no beae-flt. Then 1 heard et Zam-Buk and tried It. The first few applications stopped the burning. Gradually tho Innammatlon waa drawn out, and before long Uie sores began to heal. Perseverance with Zam-Buk resulted In a complete and permaa-ent cure." Zsm-Buk Is Juit u. food ~for Bicors, ringworm, running acres, bh)Od-polsonlng, pUea, outs, ..burns nnd all skin Injurlee. All'^rugiists 50c. box. 3 for $1.25,' or' from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. BOUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The coal operators are optimistic over the outlook for the jcoal trade in litoba. With' I Saskatchewan and Manii Tlie general attacks of the Germans ; uard ooal going tip it looks as if we -hround Verdun having once more; were coming Into our own in this been failures, the Germans are conan- ^ field. Here's hoping. tag their efforts to minor engage- ments. Whether they will resume the ^feneral attack is a question. They may utilize the opportunity of the jpreseal lull for replenishins their forces and supplies u.r a new >"empt. j j^^;;^-^^--^"^-J^^^^^ T Toronto is much worked up over the fight between Sir Adam Beck's ,\. R.'s defunct systems clash. RECEIVE HfliRS I radials and the C. (Charters. The two ?nie ITench are; better prepared than; , , I'w-as seen in the C. K. R. lobby Jn ever to meet further tinslaus'its. , , Mrs. James Beach died at hyn. Out., aged ulnety-nlno. ; Twolvo and' a halt inches of snow fell in-Ottawsrtho hftnvlost fall of th� season, ' V � The 125fh battalion newpp.ipor, published In Bralittord, Is kilowu as Tile ^Vi S. O., 61;,; Military Cross, 51: D. C. M., 130; and mentioned In dispatches, 494. ," The following foreign decorations were also awarded: French^Leglon of Honor, 6; Croix de Guerre, 4; and Military .Medal, 2. Russian-T-Medafof St. George, 24; Cross of St. George, 15; Order of Ste. Anne, 1; Order of St. Stanislaus, 1; and Order of-St. Vladimir, 1. , UNARMED VESSEL TORPEDOED London, April 13.-The British steamer Angus is reported by Lloyds ; olihed. to have been torpedoed oa- Tuesday, j She was unarmed. ganizatious which are "not affiliated with the Foundatioii. The Canada Gazette contains notlbe that the kiiig. hao been pleased 'to grant Sir Robert Borden his majesty^ royal license and authority to Tvekp the grand cordOn of the Order of Leopold, confei'red .upon the prime minister by Klije. Albert of Belgium, v;' -1 - That ancient and historic building in Haddington, Scotland, known .'as Bothwell Castle, Ik shortly to be deift-It conlainc the remains of fireworks at ottawa �Will start today � Sir Sam Hughes, ordered back from England, Is expected to be in his place in the house today. The Dominion la about to know the Inside ot Sir Sam's intatuatlon for J. Wesley Allison. The Kyte charges which brought Sir Robert Borden to a realization that something was radically wrong In the shell and fuse contract system, are Bbout to be proved. As Toronto Saturday Night puts it: "One of the most serious features ot the charges Is that the sum ot $1,041,000 was advanced to this almost Intangible company the Jay the contract was signed, and tliat another cash advance ot ?520,000 was made to the same people within four months of the signing ot the con tract. In other words before a fuse �was produced. What the country wants to know is where this money �went toJ How much ot it can be classed as legitimate expenditure and how much went Into rake offs, and more Important still, who got the money?" UNCLE SAM IN*. CAN HE GET OUT? The day after the United States decided to send troops to Mexico to loatoh the bandit, Villa, tho Herald made the forecast that Undo Sam would And It easy to get Into Mexico, but very different to get out again. iTesterday'B news dispatches would Indicate that our guess tvas about Tight. 'Uncle Sam Is Into" Mexlctfi'lf Jjogeta" out'now It will be because he �faowB to .Carranza,. oonstltujloijfti pra-sident, tl)e toe of 'vrhoso boot -wllljbe In ^ioBe.BroxImlty 'vrltixi Unble's cdat-talJs'aB. thef. cross Uie 'border on. the j ioad :>;jorth. fiut'TTndo S�ui isn't likely to bow the stone -fireplace in the chamber known as "Bothwell's Kitchen" whore the Earl of Bothwell found refuge, k)6iJ?NTIL EASTER ONLY FOR THREE DOLLARS GASH AXD YOUR PUOMISK TO PAY us THK BALANf'K IN EASY MONTHLY PAYMKNTS, WK WILL Dl'TLlVKIl TO YOUR IlOl'SIC A VIGTOR-VIOTROLA WITH 1!^ SKIVKCTIONS. 0(11110 I'iU'ly, ns early ns you ciui. Tlio ru.'di will ho grout. The ."upply i.s liiuitoci, and tlio offer liokls gootl until EASTER only. MASON & RISCH, Limited "THE HOME OF THE VlCTROL.r BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET S. VITTORIA ZUPPELl 'Italian War Minister, who has resigned to go to the front. two DEATH SENTENCES HAVE BEEN COMMUTED Ottawa. April 10.-An order has bepVi passed commuting to life imprisonment the death sentence passed upon Marias, Paulson, an Edmonton man for the murder of bin wife. Paulson was to have bppn hanged April IS. The death MoVi'tehho passed ou'Czeti-nor KumensUI, tho Russian who killcil a compatriot in a,barroom fight ul Kd-niouton. hns! also been commuted to life Imprisonment. FESEEOPOTA FROMEX ES DC FARM Alberta has contributed to tho vi-ar I just about as -inany men ns the p?o-ivlnce of Quebec alth'dugh the poputa tlon of that-prbvince'and that of the City ot Montreal are. prafitlcailly. equal!. .The population ot .(itehfec.is. nearly 3,000,000; that ot AlBerla about 550,. 1000. Remarkable delusions of a French-j Canadian private were related dui^ng the trial at the Old Bailey, London, yesterday, of Dominique Brunei, wjto was sentenced to twelve xponths'- imprisonment on a char^fo of -^alsdlB-meanor. / Expressing: the conviction that the man wa.s utterly mad and subject to homicidal mania. Major Cal-der declared that one ot Brunei's (la-lusions was that the king had appo,ih1-ed him chief motUepl'qfficeK'OF the British army because'^lie'had invented a system of bringlng-the dead to' life. If ho carried out his original intention, L. B. Fenner, ot Biirwell, Neb., a golf enthusiast, will have probably the moat valuable gol,t bag ,in the world. In Florida last \Vinter he shot an alligator and brought home the skin. Recently he sent it to a sport-1 Ing goods house with the request that It be made into a golf bag. It was turned over to the tanner, who estimated its value between ?700 and $1000. The skih la that of a ''pearl" alligator, which lives in salt water, and-is rarely found. Tho skin,is \fhite with beautiful markings and Is said, when tanned'and polished to resemble mother of pearl.  GENERAL BRUSjUOFP Commanaing tho eighth RuBsian Army, appointed comihander in chief of the urmlos of "tho.. aouthwostorn liront In succession to den, IvainoW, Over 24 varieties of potatoes have been tested at the Lethbridge Exijerl-mental Station for the past eight years on both dry and irrigated land. During this period the same variety has not always been found at the head of the list; there have, however, been a few kinds that have never fallen very far from the top. Out of these the Gold Coin has been selected as the one that has been the most consistent performer of them all. In addition to being a heavy ylelder uq-der-the various conditions that have prevaile^l during tho past eight seasons It has been found to be excellent in appearance.j It has a white skin, shallow eyes and is regular and uniform In shape. It is a good keeper and has, we think, even belter cooking qualities in the spring than when first dug in the tall. The Green Moiintain and McKlnley are merely the Gold Coin under different names. Tlie Wee Macgregor so closely resembles the Gold Coin that it is' quite possible that one variety may be a selection from the other. During the past two seasons the Ifi�''#j^s'T4R'�';yo'iifLE''<'.f'!' ;:.:.riog,-Ag.-i)pt, , The trade mark always guaranteps *tfie qualitjr  .. BE SURE-Xo'LOOKFtpR IT, , .' ' ' f. Wrlte.fo'r tree copy of our 450-pago Musical Bncyclopedia listing. )� v., over 6(JQ0;,yictor Records Berliner dram^o-phone Co. ru; . ;� .' � vj; , LIMITED. ^ 143 rjU^noiij: Street, Mon DHALEIls'lNBVEllY-TOWN AND CITY tado in CJUJarta MASON & Risen, liti The Home of The Victrola �; wMiiMiim......tmmMmmawmmmmmmmamm ;