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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARKETS May wheat May oati October wheat fKAININtt CANADA'S MOUNTED BRIGADES GERMANY'S AIM IN THE GREAT WAR Loan Inspector Well Pleased Wilh Prospects in South- Alberta uiai year proved that, farmim; is not lo he depended that to summer [allow and the land is the solu- WEA1 H_ER High Low ForocHst: Prof. Stephens Says Secrel of Entire. Problem is Clear, Cultivation Tho operations ol the army Clarrsholin collies, who li, has been in the soiilh since On Saturday thc Herald pilblished a o fairlv full description of Ihe opera- "i' tions -worm-'and in''southenr Al; her. The seeding the wheat, will lisa r? ffitu.ffi.trr Cric confronted. While there arc some o 6 m{ owing lu'fhe prob- woims in the country, not a o j ,s'o[ wllcat, that Rrain them exist in Ihe imagination, and Ah It hitI pric already mucli erroneous ami mislead-. lo UL iur. inloniiiition has been .spread. "The secret the whole linns, said Mr. Stephens, "is clcim cultiva- tion. Whom tin: insects .-.ire present, Mr. Strickland's trench method should be adopted and followed out vcrv In inlcstcil areas, -.vlicrc the shows no sign of thc insects' presence, pmautUniary mea- sures should he taken susses ted, I Russians Now Hold All Important Positions in the Food in Hungary Fire on Italians win pruuniny per cent, of the litlle oats h-ive been sown aiid many farmers arc spring all land'to he sown w for oats llarlcy will form a i small part of the crop. There will j an increase of acreage this year 6} possibly twenty per cent- over the. amount of acres sown last year.' There is no lack of moisture this vcar and with the warm days of the An -hen it tlie imponant and crilical period in the (.niiiiins moiinled men is llial is necessary lo remain on tho horse's tack when Jumpins, as shown licturc. Amsterdam, via London, April via London, Asril 19, 3.25 a.m. Cologne correspondent of the Tign discussing peace conditions, says: "There is no serious thought in competent circles in Germany of retain- ing ..Belgium. Within a few weeks surprising statements on this matter may bs expect- ed. The leaders of German op- inion are now agreed that the aim of the war will have been reached as soon as Germany's national existence is guaran- teed, and her colonies are se- "Keep a "mulch on top of every I tnr sllOuld field Winter wheat should be harrow- ed at AliaHa should he disced and harrowed. Seeding should nol he rushed. Delay sowing, and give oats (the preference over wheat. In thc case of winter .wheat and alfalfa, thing should he done .that will invig- orate thc stand. A vigorous growth now is what we- want. With fields not yet the harrows Khould be kept going almost cniitimi-1 ally, so that no weed growth will he FAMOUS NEWSPAPER MAN SUICIDES possible." _ ,rj, (Continued pago London, April do Reuter, head of the great news agency ot that name, shot him- self today in his bedroom. He had been much depressed over the recent death of his wife. Ho lias a son in the British army at the front. MAGRMH MENTIONED WAR COMMISSION Carleton M.P. Can No Longer Look to His Parly for Nomination Officiated at Starting of New Oil Well Alter officiating at the spudding in of the new Stokes-Sleuhens well in the Lcthbridge-Swc-otscrass field south of Lctllbringe, a party oi company of- ficials including. .H. S. Stephens M. JIcMillan, .W. Wiggins and G. L.ttol- verton returned -yesterday and kit for Calgary this, morning. Thc is the fourth Ottawa, Ont., April ment is made that W. F. Garland, M P., who was practically read out ol the Conservative party by Sir Robert Borden last week, intend! to seek re nomination for Carleton co.unty, at convention to be held shortly. It il understood that the government wll endeavor to Bee that oome one elsi gets the nomination. Alderman Jas Mulr of the Capital, and dent of the Parliameniary PrMl-gal- lery, has been asked to go before the and there will probably be other aspirant! for the nomination.-: ._ _____ to lie started in- this Held, and the officials arc confident- of their success. The drilling is to he carried on with all possible despatch. Burglars Shoot Vancouver Parties Leave to Take Up the Annual Work of Survey- ing Feasible Projects The annual survey of irrigable dis tricts conducted by the Dominion gov eminent, is starting this week i; southern Alberta, and screral pnrtie ]cavc tjie (jity uutillg tl.e ncx to thil British Commence New Drive broke down with heavy loas. Hungarian cavalry now .n th. the front, Is now m t is .aid in P.trograd that the have been captured In th. wt turned after the troop. where her sympathies lie in the nte, eon.l.tlng of Engineer Russell is in charge these parties. Unb of them of so Sir 'Vdam IJccU, chairman of the Ontario Hydro-Electric Commission. the proposal oi Sir Ilpbert Bo: Sir Herbert Holt, president of the at any moment. Declines To Change Wai- Tax Regulation Newspaper Men Harken to Call of Land and Will Farm at Raley the Herald has lost' three BANISH THE BUGS IN nc. ouuu STATE OF MONTANA that the Millet which struck him over the hearl liacr indicted but a slight wound, having been impeded by a note book and tobacco pouch through which it. passed. Xewingtou .caught been adopted by the stnte hoard. cots must be equipped with clean sheets, and that after January 1, 1316, the top sheets must be not less than The hoard of trade has received thc Inches in' length, after being 1ann-. reply from the Post OlTice department j dered dry to a telegram urging that .the unpaid oE rloors is prohibited; cus- war tax on le.tlfts ho collected from piliors must he cleaned daily, the receiver instead of .having letters sent to the dead letter office. R. M. COYOTES ATTACK FARMER Coulter deputy .post-master, says that in the case of foreign letters the JaWi April government would lose this tax K .Warren, farmer, Amulet, yes- :elorc would lose the benefits ol (arrfllv mnminsr discovered six coy- GREEK STEAMER TORPEDOED The Hague, via London, April The naval department announces it has. been Informed that tho Greek cieamer Ellispontos, which left yjnuid- en, Holland, Saturday, for Monte- video, TJruEuay, has been torpedoed In the North Sea. Her" crew of 21 with a Dutch pilot, was rescued by the North Hinder lightship. They will be brought to Holland. WHEAT PRICES ARE STILL ON THE CLIMB TfTV ValUaDIC IHIA.. Liu auam-> the" last to depart being Harold G. -ding letters to the dead letter which "ivere locked in the stable at prii the screes- 3Ir Long, Mr. McLennan and Mr. Coco all commenced their career with the Herald, and during their period of service, gave excellent latisiaobion. LMr. Long and Mo Mc- Lennan have heard the' call o! "Back to the. to un- dertake farming, at .Haley, The Her- has: been 'an advocate ol the -VBack to the Land" movement and evidently its campaign converted two of its staff, with tho result that they are going to abandon newspaperdom lor agriculture. gQ HHUW wnv Saturday a. tribute WM -made to ed co cllinB railways to re- Long by.the stall and the man-. tllirly .jjement of .the A the g> cosli tick. gathered m a bony onlv IMay Reimburse I Travellers For Unused Tickets Ottawa, April IS. The railway board on Tuesday will hear a case ol interest to the travelling public, when the railway companies, will be requir- to show why an order should-not ZEPPELIN FALLS INTO ADRIATIC Paris, Ani-il of the two Zeppelins Germany gave Austria fell into the Adriatic while manoeuvring off Pola, according to dispatches re- ceived yesterday. Every member of. her crew perished. J-letUlU tlie editorial and Oolln U. Grofl the now news.'editor ol tho Herald, on belialf ol-Vthe staff, prc- et which has not been used-or only partially used. The board is- inclined to the view that -there is no reason holders oi unused tickets should PRITISH SUBMARINE ASHOBE BHlTion idmlrsltv in a n.u" London, April 18, S.p.m.-The ina.Jore y.rt'.Td.y on this afternoon, announo.? th.. ..u f 1B KeppBI Point, In the Dardan.lle. P ah t to an of- the and m.n were rescued and made prisoner.. Relations are More Strait d Between Italy and Austria London, na concerning Italy's demand, lor off remains. t, but it to bs-jnl- brMkuT, I. with which .very by Italy is now followed in London, indha te. h hire to efforts to bring the I p.. vanced for thla desire j. that in no other way i. it P ,f th. Alll.; .ffecliially- th. through id.r.fl. Millinu Co arc payingl Track prices for No. 1 -Northern No Northern wheat1 lu are today. whole indica- (Shott Lyons, Payne, who Toad iots today, the highest tion of the market is that wheat is jvcr known to have been paid going to .do The State for wheat ili that class, for a long to tho shootine there .at May and October difTiciilty experienced by .tiie allied fleets in forcing a passage which wa. on the to Germany fr. Calgary, Alta., April W.-Richard Q[ the Washington Wal, ol Brake- un wnv holders oi unused HCKCI.S sin Mr. Long Wlth.a case of pipes ,llu, samc illP. TTlGndSnll) Bttd :'-_____nkl. Mi. Long enjoyed the Nr Long enjoyuu and co-operation of every, member o! the tUraUl staK, anil departure is keenly reiretted by. the employees of all the departments.. W. A. Buchanan -voiced tlio rogrot o! the management on Mr long's decision to iorsakc tho field of journalism in-which he had Iieia oi loiirnaii.... lays proven his'abUity. and where, he 1 Strike Expected on Govt. Railway Halifax. N. April ID.-Grand President A. U. Moshcr, oi thc Cana7 Idian Brotherhood o! Hallway t-m- j nlovees, asked this morning .when the [talked of strike of .the Intercolonial railway would take place, said "If there is a strike on the gov- ernment railway thc blame rest Matin, today, on llie general manager, E, 1'. GuK- josltion to-state that His statemonts. ns they appear of tho Ham-1 in thc press arc conspicuous for their a 'reasonable time. GERMANY BEATEN Paris, April Matin, today, lays It is In a Mr. Long ;.ri Long expressed J Ilerr Ballin, preaident of tho Ham- j in L..I., 'of not only'the em- I burg-Amerieon line, aud'.the president i lack of facta. ally, and of Deutscho Bank, both doolRred aI Sir. Moshef a -cwniole. ,cw day. a6o that the'war was.lost for lagement have not lived .up lo himself a. Germany; Le, W.lin assert, _tnat._one J. Cardston, AJta., April aary arrangements are being made for man flojiBlair C.P.R. at Mor- i the commencement of new on July 19, 1912, was j schoo1 house, to take the or tie cning up the Russian wheat ports, is derSi police magistrate, this morning a days ago. partly accountable for the stupendous OB thc o[ murder. Lyons reach- ;'work -will rise iii. the markets. oil yesterday. Irom -Walla Wai- j compTetedV'Tae'Bcllool. of course, contain all modera It is expected rRANKIN NOMINATED in charge of a R. and a city.: I detective, .having etective, having waived extradition. and devices, and It 'be principal evidence .this. morning tnat plans are being-drawn fos eivcn by Earl Lawson, who. was al[ wm be on the lOboeing it'with Lyons when .Blair tHe bulldlnl Perth, .1. P. Ran-! hob'oeiiig it'with Lyons kin, ex-M.P.. was nominated for the -was Law-son -was House of Commons for the North thc timo the murder, hut was re- Perth, riding .tonight by thc Liberals. it was..found impossible mni arrested at jjja. and It 11 "id is wui around tHe bulldtol only one i are nearly completed int of the clisB- ANTELOPE; PARK itoTnd his pal. After some iie'aitatlon werc stOBpei by Lawson iiinntmed Lvons as the man nld buildlne: Considerable. ion identified Lyons as the man th.e old who did the shooting; Conductor: Me- UM been encountered Connell, in charge of-the tram or' Eindlng sufficient vaeaut room, space to sever his lelations wlth-the Herald, at he had never tnioyen env iQMiiaiwf Germany. Le iratln aueru mat one agrcemeiu ,u of two eommerclnl kins, said: therefore "The battle IB the .Qerman r'icm oftcrms to submit to people know nothloj.aj It'' ittsa CAPTAIN H. C. iW-UER New commander of the. Prlnceei Pat- ..He was A.D.C. lo the Duke of rqnnaught before Ibecomlng Adjutant f In connection-with the ante- lope-park to be established at Chin Coulee, as announced in the Herald some time aso, Hon. v 5V.-. J; Roche, Minister of the In-. terior. gives W- ,A. Buchanan, SI.P., information that an area v of five sections is to be fenced ocailpied by about 50 antelope. An officer of Ihe departmriit is leavihB .it once. the neoessary arrance- b ments in, connection with construction of the fence, and f.- H is confidently :ejpected that th'e.effoi-is to enclose IJie.antc- lopo now located, on these sec- tions wilLbe slictessful Liunntii, in the night Blair was killed, told v the shooting, but could not identify Lyons as the man as it was a dark of Fall, njght Big Price Paid for Cowley Land During ihc pnsl land in the ULV vicinity of Cnwle} has been bought for cash by S. lustiin. and b Jrfyce Tlie former paid ninety dollato pel thc latter elghtj "lolUtBjpei tho vendor in each case j. f. i. I Charles I'owlutt bems finding siilticient -r-.-r to contain the five hundred and over pupils which Cardston boastli However, by utilising-eretiL..available, biiilding iu Wwn, the BehooUBoard has at last contrived lo lina.euftloieut room For temporarv schools.. It the-intention to dleraiis a: few; grades tor Ihe time ant ot a here by the above arransements hive... Some of Ui.'classe. have been running for some wliicli disttly, .An A ;