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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE FOUR THB HER Aft 1 FRIDAY, APRIL 191S Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION vdollvcreJ, por -year.. by mall, imr year 3-00 by mill, per year.... 1-M) TELEPHONES: BuamcM Office Editorial O'fflce W. A. Buchanan John Uauaglne Director Buslnesi -Mamie THE 'GAIN SOME GROUND Toe gntns made by the French troops in Upper Alsace and tho Semie- lin TsSJ en iiurlh oi towns, were the only outstanding features of yestervlHy's war noivs. The situation In all theatres of the nar appear to ke little changed. -..The Germans are again attempting to'resume the offensive, b.nt with very Hide success, save in checking any .'further advances of the French in the V.MRusB-Mosells district. The repeated successes of the tYeuch and British 'In tueir offensive only in- .dicate more slrously the weakening resistance, antl reejTils to I had been confined, to his home since 'ES GOES" BACK TO THE rKONT" Lady a bad case. What will you do with him." soin' tack to the front." heavens, whatever 'K thinks he knows did It." LATE EDITOR NELSON WAS FRIEND OF MANY NOTABLES Kansas City, Mo., April j large numbtr ol am Rockhill -Nelson, editor .andlwctc "otified by owTier oi tlie Kansas City Star, died .t liis botue.here, this moroing. Ml- s'elson, was, 71 years old, had ieen iu'ill health soveial months and his former friend telegraph. Amon tlieui were widely known 'men in-a! iiiind tho Btotemeuts of a writer early iu ibe war ro rhe effect 'tii 11 L a Germany which had not reach- ;cid the Frencli coast by Novem- ber was a heaicu Tie ,'Huns have' beei: able to do HttJe jnpre tliaji hold (heir enlrenched poei- 'itlons in Belgium and northern France the past few months. A TREE IPLANT THEM -RIGHT Various comtaeudatjle" attempts haye. 'been inade at one t'lme or a'nothir to beautify Henderson Park, but the ef-' ..forts BQ-ftir have not produced park (that ilraws the is and in the-Herald's ;opmSon that something -is trees. A plenty .of trees is to; western God- In 'spending tho'usaiids''' on'Henderson" Park, that cne essential has been looked. This should be remedied, and coul be quite eaally. The .city nurserie have thousands of young trees read for planting. All along the south, lid "ot tbe lake is-a large area of wall cu rivaled land.'vltti plenty of irnjatloi Now supply the labor, an1 .a dozen clamps of trees .could b planted -where they could easily b and the result would be tha In three or four years' time H Park would draw live times tie nirm ber of people it does at prwent Which suggests a ;1ree Las year Le'thbridge made a big nois with a clean-up day, and good 'was done. But tbe .hip cbance" wa overlooked. Let tlie Board of Trade -.Bet behind this project, as they dihere they cime 'Dominibn- cOYernraMit cf Ice, people's money u .for t who unearthed Boipe Bcuidai about Truk OUyer. It's -c-pbpr Chinook that' wifU noboij lit- tle graf t .theie days., publio wUl' witt battd Premier Borden'i auounce- of the.namea.of the of -the comnUiSlun -wbicb Is to hive the of Cantdit'i baodred r Tar Tote. 1DC ently knov: which .is ngfat way to rote. A bnowJedje of. thlj explalni vthe aversion of the Laurler oppoaition to allow them the nyfl" a contemporary. Wbicn, putting it ly, IB a mighty.fine example Vnut politicfi" aa played by. Tory jour- nals, .who declarlnf that they have always otiaerred 'tbe "potitl-' caJ truce, tnd st tho same time to anything that cause dissension, amonf_the Jioyi'who going- to. the front GRApJ KNQWS NO NATIONALITY; Kanias City Any'Am9rlcan: who .or traveHed in Can- ada, or'who bag read the Canadian :newspiperB, has bp.d hli iround- ,cd a little by flung- at m av a >atipa of gralten-, beet Bcacdal" of- WM harped the Canadian press. The life 'iBHucance ecandaJa, the TarJo.ufl rall- Tray.ican-dale, and all the otben, gave Canadian material for much cynl- -cal there are four dlBgracsful -drnlB under JnveBtigation at once fn Ot- capital, Three ot -tbeiir Brew out of the furnishing Q! sent to preat Bfluln In the war. v Boota lupille'd undir contract to the' r ipJdteri w'ete uiade pf papier and OLU- tnd fell to tftcce Medlcur dretilngs .fprviihed a and there ere or cut Iron Un The are tmeiof thi, to men Io hlgk ytaces ideas- ior cartoons and' ieaturc stor- ies. ACTIVE TO THE LAST Although his physicians constantly Wayne, Ind., March 3, 184.1. He came adviSed against the part he was tak-loi two centuries, of American ances- ing, during.'the last iew months in I tors. His maternal grandfather, the.'managemeat of the paper, he re-1 liain settled in Indiana to .qoey Lhom, reminding them; when that state-was o. wilderness in th'Jit of the [1810, and was" the first in Star he had been happiest and that America to plant'1000 Nacres of corn, he would not be 'content without it His father, Isaac .DeGrofl Nelson, to ueeiipy his miod. J was identified .with the'u'pbuiliiins oi During .month, the state and took an active hand in Mr. Nejson has-been, cousbioiis'only its political, life. '.s. at intervale. At each': mind I William Rockhill, N'elson- was cdu- was clear and Jie- cated at AI- .questions newspaper and ter a'shorfc experience youngster the members o[ its staff. WAS A. LEADING EDITOR For many, rears was EI directox oi the Associated Press. He was recognized as-one of the-leading newspaper editors Sol. the United States, and many. Immediately; following- hie -death a Jin cotton .growing in Georgia1 just ter Uie. and cghtractor. He engaged "in, the building oi roads, pavements and; ipridgesV.and was as- sociated in "a contract" -con. struction q'l the soutlii Illmoi! PICKED UP IN lAf LASSINGl 'T C" t ITS V H AN Two hundred TjHiUeB ts' in tie Chi- elite hospital for tho insane were reicuad irken fire desttored tie'etruc- i fannir from Horsa Edmbntofi illli, died i reitiunnt, while Wtinj" lupper. Heart uld cause. by -tha 'master iftkere pf advance the .price of brejd, betltulnj- neit Monday to .7 quartern -'loat r The luartem loaf ikbuf four pouutli. .-Crtoni ii" ir'thrf Ve fooininitted some :iliteeu monUiif bom, ,VJ5 (Bna ohn Bcdtt'of "jt Leonard and'her. four in''their WM the cause John of fur- in.-PnrViOjc Georga Raoklln, pi' tis- cently as a result .of a'-terrib1evh'urn- ing he received, when his oil saturated clothes :lvere'Jgnlted.-- Despite the fact that the Reglna city council', at k Bjiecial "meetinj had names on it again-went on.record -'as' beln'g- In fav: or cf an independent audit- 6f the city's flDBucea. Georje Glarfe, near'Eat- lln, on the G.T.'F.-KailwayX-was found The "KITCHENER" OTYLE'S very latest offering to good dressers, and a winner. Q V ssy full skirted, col- Ivr long, Upek wide, pntch pockets triple stitched, quarter lined. Q Insistently correft Ajk for free ftROMD WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS McKelvie The 2 MS McGuire KIHKHAM ALBERTA. dead on a. went out to fight a stubbie fire-, and falling to return, search was1; with the discovery p[ 'the body." :Heart failure ii believed :to hare cause. oE death.' r- ;..--X- Herbert a, discharged dier from one' of the infantry hattal- iong stationed at waa picked up on the main ]lne-of tbe C.P.R. at Dr. -Roche .proceeded if tjie, department desired, to go deeper by only the had tiiirtwQ miles __ __ Not being V, iVjriljus reasbns'.to-'perlorm took up njin'ister must, that r.-Oliver, re'ply'ingSioithe esiniBis-ji't was..distinctly printed, on the en- r's address made .-.earlier in :the day. that the mineral, rights were-rs- i ii m'--.i served ior the crown. Nevertheless in t: Koche said. Jlr. Oliver-had so mj. the lMOTd tna mineral rights to a man named Mill, who had agreed to. pay a royalty to Mr. Oliver. Mr. Mill had paid a roy- ed to be It should, prove a great boon.for railway maintenance tue..uS8 of the compressed Ir drives the earth .'under the ties with more force .and evenness and much more, 'compactly than can' he session. The reports ijad.. only, come r J i i Tr "j Wll.cl. 111L. 1ILI11 llau yalu into his hands late-m March, and it altv Ot several thousand dollars, took time to look" them .'overl Mr. Dr. Koche'said that Mr. Olivet Oliver said, they disclosed .little.' Ho !must have known that the .mineral evidently had not read' tVe reports, I rights were reserved tor the crown as they showed that .'..hundreds o[ Because this was distinctly stated in. thousands of dollars wprfh-pf land. even .millions, had been: robbed'of the people. This had been" proved tbv the hilt. you be enough me a few instances "asked on ajg yflth b Oliver. Dr..Roche said he He said that cut off. He "was taken to thfc, hos- pital at Swift Current, :b_al died early Mouday mornlnB. man wai by ly- ng. beside a switch. at time. could IF one of your new Sprisg Suits ii to be in Mrvice suit tar cvery-diy weir, we recommenU the Fit-Reform model ibove. It is a prictioal, coniervitive style medium fitting with, natural shaulders and braid peak We hive this style in ill' popular SIS! up. MeKelvie McGuire see nothing wb'nld -in., due ii ;Mr. .Oliver Trunk Pacific paper at "a tiuie .when'he was' minis- ter of the hatl'Tnp sense. of propriety. frad'-.beeri hevd of the -department -and owned a owned a paper and' induced. .which Oli- vet condemn' him. 'The tre'ist ury of the he said; no other instance whert thevicqmp'aiiy had put money in a papec.' Ii' seemed that .the Edmonton Bulle- tin' should be so It. could not hare on L account divi- P. to put money' agine the manner i a memo which bad been read by Mr.' Scoit of the department. less the ex-minister did not cease ac cepting; the royalties. He continued to accept them until .after .the pres- ent government. came" into power. "applied to the'depart- ment for a lease ol mining rights it liis own name and got it. He then issued a sub-lease- to -Mr.vMill. No restitution ot the royalties'collected itom Mr. Mill had ever been made to the government. Much had been said by the opposition about.the proceed- ings in the public accounts committee and. an eHort had been'made to re- store .but there had been no restitution in thfs case. -VALUE OF ROYALTIES Mr. Oliver rose to say that Jf Mill had stated that he had "paid" him roy- alty amounting to he. had made, a statement not in accordance with the facts. "Tin honorable member admits tb. .some asked Dr. would RIDINC MOUNTAIN BEBBtiyE' Mr- ollvet agreed as to. that state- "CASE ment. ,-''y At the evening sitting''- Dr. Roche In regard to the-timber: lands in. ptollllced a numaer receipts lor the Hiding Mountain; in rbyjit.es in the form oi letters from which Mr. Robert Cruire-was; inter- tb -Mr. Hill. .r. r. that-. -he: was condusioil ot the not complainiag that to ;.land waslolirw the right to reply, But do so because ol a. cold id of was that-lands hundreds of Liberals woo were not r Dr. Hoche went oh Davis has sworn-.that 4Q per.cent..of the applications ;were not, presehUd legitimate squatters -that lie.bad li'''- given orders.in "blink. "ttwy. .hail.. beefr warned that s'omet.ning. Vif and he pav-; is that ho had -to-grant orders oicepl But tliat did not it not Jiii it aitir two investigations by the Ijtn'ous'n'. E. A.' Leach. stated that there' was' no.thinJE.'.jn this transaction dit on the adrni 'Or. Koclie AI-; Jra'irrigation. In liliis, it said, Mr. jot lor the ijiflui mcc with tlie.lattt premier, whilt Mr. reflected: cre- Frank McDonald oI.Tprbn oelyed thousands, ol dollars. IDE his' iHuence; The Alwyn coinpany had not and coiild not do aiiy IrtlgMini as the Soutliern Alberta compuy tmUolltd all tn> dllcha. which made his voice inaudible. HAS (NVBNTICN TO CHEAPKN UPKEEP OF RAILWAY TRACK A.novel exhibition of an. Invenlottl machine on the C.N.R: .traeki, .was' witnessed bj a of .raiiw-ay men (his'-week. Royal, who is employed present, tjriie on the ;Q.T.P.j west of has been working on such niachlne for- the psit nunber. of years, and he Ins- Junt now he conilderc" win do the work to perfection and It to try but thlB machine thit the stratlon as given'. Wh'en the track wii raited with a Jack.ftt a point there lr; regulirity In the mtchlne did Its work fairly wen under condilloni, and' with a changes in Its can lie rib doubt hut thit it will be great b'ooh to the The nmchlne as. pffittriicted Ii In- tended to operate bf compreBsed air. tt will b> rum smlli hjr moto.r supply the comprees- alr neceiBary'. [or the operation o( the machine, as well ai supplying Its owu The the In- tliOdT inhils can be ilo'ne, 'with the Lone by hind, and.Ju Infinitely lest Mothers are glad to see the children enjoy Cowan's Perfectibn Cocoa, because they know it is so good for them. Pure Cocoa is rich in food value and is so easily digested. "Made in The Trademark b Your Safeguard Ask for Blue Ribbon and make sure you get it. It sUudM for the highest g e of tec. this Advertlstmeni with is eonts to Hut Ribbon, LlmlUd, Klbbin Sank.. The kn< iwk Itr UH In Weturn narnt tn4 ;