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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBffinOE DAILY HJBRALP MONDAY, APRIL 19, 191! letbbriboe Ibeualb HIDcrta DMLY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 'tfeily. delivered, uer year- Dtlly. by mall, per year.. (Rfcekly, by mall, ircr year, TELEPHONES: from the 'uugliiulnt; of Jiofilllliies, relt'iisGd on 'March -S timl Is now bacfc In Canada: .Case of sootl luck, oh? (4.00 The SiiNktitoiMi Phoenix very wd pulfi itr in tlonllUB wllh Uio I'ersu report: mkc up an clont roinuiHres Jo rover lliolr own TlnH was thy sole object oi the olovciith hour pretjeninUon of Ihc biased reiiorl of (he biased rommii jloner who hiYusliBiupci under star I'luniiiuT methods. Qfllee Editorlal OOlce W. A Bijfthanan John To Managing Director Business YHE WAR AS IT STANDS So alarming tins HIP onward rush of the Russinns ihroush Ihe Curpa- Lhians and towards Ihe Hun plains become Hint the Kaiser is now caHIng- ft conference and AusEriau generals to devise some las; I'rc-inler Mutlieson a n n a u n c e il ainiilsl clivers, sn (ho 'despatch ill at n voluntary totaJ abstinence tlur- mg-lhe-vur-cainpuign haii fceon start- ed In Prince tTitwHrd Island. That's funny. We thought tlie island pro- vince Jmd prohibition and llmi there was necessarily forced total abstin- ence. Graft is deplorable at any lime 'but it. Is damnable iviien iu war irlipii the people must make real for their country. A gov- ernment lhat is so loose iu It? meih- yosiible means uf keeping ihe Slavs' jod's as 10 graft lo purmeaLe con- from accomplishing tie mevliRblf. Itracis for war purposes is unworthy Tho German Emperor Is sorc'iy put to (the confidence of any people. It when the Allied forces, Hon. Senator Rufus Pope, formerly of the Alberta Legislature, but now o[ Cookshire, Que., was in ihe city over Sunday, the guest oC Mr. .lames Kenrtry, ex-M. Review, Rufiis is a Senator all right, 'but he never enjoyed ihe great distinction of sitting in the Alberta Legislature. All. that he possesses in this province are pressing him on Hie ivesi, and the JAustriass, upon whom he depended fo much, have been unable to keep the Russian forces out of their own territory. The French forces, operating kgninst the Turks in Egypt, have gained a brilliant victory. There has been no change during the past nny cr two on the western front, save the BUCCCSS of the Belgians in driving the Hun forces back across the Yser. NO NEED FOR AN ELECTION It is a common argument of tlie Conservative press that when a Lib- newspaper protests against the talk of n general election during1 tlie w-ar thai ihe Liberals are afraid to face the country, and so they "WUQt the appeal to the people deferred un- til the lost .possible moment.- That is ;the natural reply expected from the narrow partisan. It Is not a case of Hear the verdict of ihe people be- tcanse what the people think today they are just as liable to think a year from now, and their verdict a -year from, now is Just as "liable to (be the iverdict they would .give .today. A general election during" a no matter what, the precedents may. be in history, in our judgment would "be is a big ranch. Should graft be condoned? Right thinking people would disapprove the very suggestion and yet Hoc. J 1C Flenircipg, who wns forced to re- lire as Premier of New Brunswick on RccounL of exposures o[ gratt in which he was a participant, is now a Conservative candidate for the House of Commons with the sanction of the party leaders. NEURALGIA SETTLED LONGS No Relief From Hi Pain Uiill ONT., Mxvjth. igk, "I csoriot specie too Vur over thirty veirs, I bav- from chronic Neuralgia and Coajitipattoti, experiencing- uutold TUc Neuralgia aelttefl in my lnngB and look' bottles of medicitiQ without relief. TlicdorkirtoM me I would not get hctltr hut Kniit-n- tivcs" proved, lUal tlie doctor was .wrong- by giving me quiet relief nnd finally ami completely curing me. t would not have my present heulth if it wereuot for ,J'. ami I nui glad of this opportunity of giviuu you (his letter nboiit such n. spjeudid remeiiy DS Fniil-a-tivcs MRS. NATHAN DUNN. 5oc. abor, 6 uial SIM, 250. At nil dealers or sent 01 receipt of price by Fruit-4-livcs Limited, OlUwt The Story of the Binoculars (Toronto Globe) In war the lives or men frequently depend upon (he power o[ the field glasses carried by their officers. Ev- ery day TVC rend of new tricks for ibu concea'iraeut artillery, for rendering moving troops lees oonsuicuous. for dlggjjjg trenches so that the toaterlal shall not betray their loca- tion. An poor field glass BICKED UP IN J .ASSINGl FOB, THE BUSY HAN Dr. G-. A. Dubuc and family, of Calgary, late, oi Winnipeg, liayc taken up their home in Pinchcr Creek. IVm.. (iillis, of the Kjnk of Com- p es is linudicapped sroarly in the per- bis duties, nud may, .hrough fault of hla own, lead his men nlo a death-trap ihat.ivould have beeo plainly visible to good lenses. AVben, therefore, the Ac- counts committee of Parliament re- ports that a number of the binoculars supplied to the officers of the first contingent were ofjlpcor finality anil Ion- and inferior efficiency, but j passed inspection nnd were paij for at an we have before us a case of tlie gravest importance. A vital part ol' ihe equipment of officers now at ihe front is of admit- tedly "pour and the lives of hundreds, perhaps at times thousands, of Canada's soldiers', must remain jeopardy through the war because conscience'! ess favorite of the govern- ment was prepared lo endanger the lives of his "fellow-countrymen iu or- der that he might .make excessive gains. The punishment of" Colonel Hurd- mon, whose perfunctory Inspection of the inferior glasses has resulted in his suspension from the llilitia depart- and of the Keystone Supply Company of rthe trading name of -Mr. Thomas Birkett. who sup- PI A PITI7 JP iOc Embroidery to -lii-inch Embrotdcry 50c and C5c Corset Embroidery ics Of Great Importance to Every Lcthbridge Woman 7fic and OOc fine Lisle Hose... to 97 Crepe Voile Wiiisls ooc Lisle Union lo ?2 Corsets, all sizes. .Jfil.OO fpl.OO Brassieres up lo.size Ccrst'ls. all. kinds Gowns, Skirls Slips. largest Bed Sheets.... it 15c Wliile Flaimelellc. Satin Petticoats -'-.'-.-Jj Brocade Silk- Pclticoals Jj 50c Silk Bool Jg Uic inoHl Important saving you have I'L'uil in many a [lay nnd if weather llko this continues you'll have to discard yotif winter liplJarcl iridiuiil ilclny. A visit to Uils depart- ment of our store offers an easy solution to the securing of ycur Spring outQt at, very cost, 5117.50 to Suils lo Novelty Suits JJJ15J00 327.50 Novel ly Suils lo S-JO.OO Novelty Suils. lo Coals lo Coals lo 525.00 Coals In lest Nov. Coats 90% Off lo Silk Clolli Drcss'cs jjjfj 715 lo Silk and Clolli Dresses Sa10 r lo Serge Skirls ____ All other merchandise throughout every department at similar reduction8 tile last man as As as that1 spirit prevails why should there her a general election? If there "was op- positipa; ;to the policy ot aSBtstance Mother Couniry at ihe present time, then there inisiit ason for fin Hie most ''important for our na- tional welfare that the Canadian peo- salan. of S10Q per month. Alrs.'Jas. Hunter, mother of Rev J.-'K. 'Hunter, of. .lllairniore, died a Nan ton. Aid. Tunrot, M. P. P., is a possibl mayoralty candidate in Montreal i De Biaviere Caritte, president c the.jQariUe; Manuiacturin. C6. oi St. John and is dead He was 59 years. to.deielop. Eicuses may be found for an appeal to the conntry.. but In our judgment the. onlr genuine excuse that could be Coffered at this Ume. trouid be the unitr .in :the on- Caa- ada's- war policy. This lack of unity '-dpee not esiBt, and consequently in oar opinion there is absolutely, no reason whatever for a general elec- tion. It is quoting tJje "cf an eminent Canadian professor, a xnau 's-bo .dees not dabble in politics, End TVho views .in election, from an entirely different angle to that of the trerag? politician; Processor Wrong, head .of .the his- in. the Unlvers.ity to the press in de- -i 3Iiss B- ilamieson, stenographer should, remain.united., nut they o[ cannot remain united if there is a (holm, for some time, has bren trans f eueral elec-tion Khen they ill di- j ferred "to Sast'atche.iran. Tide tipoB-party liaes and irtwn poiiH-l Rer- .Jas- citj" mis! ary and Protestant chaplain in Mont real's public fn.itUulions, will' b given the degree ot D.D. by the Pres College, oi Jlontreal. He is SU years- of age. Rev.' 11. 31: tor the past sis years pastgr ol Chalmers Presbyter- ian... TToodstock, Ontario has received a call to the pas- torate of St. Andrew's Presbyterian succession to I jbr Tolmie; M.P.P. Uibridgc, died at the age .'of. nearly one hundred ant seven-; 'jNichqlis Grenfell Kinsman oi Gait, in'his ninety-seventh year. Al- ba Pbelps bi.'Chatlam, at eighty- itx-AUi. Michael Houston magistrate there tor '.hirty years. Grange V. Hol.t. for 13 yeas man- ager of the Bank of Commerce at Seattle, appointed to take charge'of hran.cne3 in succession to William Murray. His appointment will take .efiect on 1- E. BI. Ireland, forhierir manager ol the S., branch ol the rank, will1 take work ot the Seattle branch: Lieiit. Price Montague, ol Winni- peg, and Lieut. W. C. Cochrane, of Toronto, have been named_as person- al A. D. C.'s to lien. 3am Stcelc. Visart, Oount De Bury and lie Docarme, chief ordnance officer, for Military district No. 10, have been appointed second grade officers. R. Parsons, Regina, now second-in com- mand of the 28th Battalion, is to be third stfllT officer. It is. knnppnccil on tehalf .or .Th'os. A. .Edison. tliat a.neTv- form of storage It'-beliig-'mule for the United lion at the PortBmouth, N. H., navy yard, which :Will. ilo away, entirely with the chief danger now existing in the. operation 'of danger to .crew of chlorine polson- A remarjiaols operation, declared be.first of KB kind, has been jierform- ed succcisfully by Dr. D. P. Beeder at Ancan .Panama, on D..W. Cina.l employee, who ruptored an. .ear drum, which refused heal. Dr. Ileedcr look the 'skin 'rom tho. Inside of. a fresh egg and after many trials succeeded In put- ling it orer the, ruptured membrane tory, department cf Toronto, write nunciation of a general election: doubt whether those who are ab- tdnsed In ths tactics of party politics] Realize the alarmed interesi with.. which many persona not active in I political -warfare regard Uie prospect cf 2 general election this the professor. "B.otti on the ground of sound constitutional prac- tice and of national interests an eJec- liuu at the present time would -involve nn outrage. On constitutional grounds .tlie GoTernor General would be justi- fied in refusing a dissolution. In the .face of the real needs of the situa- 1ion it would be laugbaible, if it were not tragic, to hear Ihe cry raised for an election. Added" to' this try we' have a proposal that one. would have thought to be only liumorous ff -One kid not lekrned that it is meant ser- Our party strife is to be car- ried. .to Ihe trenches In France, I do botibeilere'-Uiit the decent people in cither party wish this thing to hap- pen. I belteve that they wish the pment government to remain, ia power until- tlie wtr la over." HlMff tuck, son of- the principal Ml, Calgary, vbo of wv ia ment LIS lawful prey. This very case of the binoculars, o which men's lives depend, shows i the patronage. system involves. Ther are no more honorable business me in Toronto than P.'W. .t il. C. the well-know -manufacturing silver smiths and Jewellers, When Genera Hughes cast, about-far, some, pee int hands be could safely entrus the .purchase; of these rital. supplie he remembered "the Ellis boys" iviti bo liad gone to "Co onel said'the Minister o Militia, in his evidence, "was a. good soldier, but J thought.the EUis.peopl knew more .abdiit He, there fore, arranged the Ellis -.firm t17. Others bought as cheaply-as were billed to ;be.: government at ?5: Mr. M. C. Ellis that the prices paid ior: some oE these glasses by (lie government .be agency of his firm' were, grossly- and that.'-he liisvsr "n'oiild have-.paid, llisrn had he knoiwi the quality and cost-of ;the glasses tsnp- plied. lie should have knoivri. Harl it been ils own tak- en, know. state- ment of Colonel Hurdman that he ie passed on cheap and Inferior bin iculars at a grossly inflated if not an .bsolutely fraudulent price That 19 me of the A RUSSIAN PREVCK8S IN PARIS Picture shows Afilterand, Narischine at Ihe Invalides, Paris the French War Miniaier, and the Russian military attache, with the Princess ris, inspecting the ambulances sent lo .France by her ally, Russia, ronage system with which Canada is cursed. The "Ellis when they took General commission be- came a link in Ihe patronase chaiu. It difficult to see hov.- they- can now avoid resnnnsibilHy .for failure to ae- value for the country's money. If Fraud there was, :t b'ecame possible ou'iy through- their nGKliGcnce of the duty for which the country paid them the ample Vim of S9J11 to-perform: And beyond the money-.side of it :here stretches ancther far more Gen- eral Hughes ,lrustert because bo .kne'w that'eni' he would "get a snunre deal." HIGrlER ED.UCAT'ON FOR i M'EN DANGEROUS Feminist Boston are with over the' Btatemcnt mads jjjv Robert .'Hughes- Leroux, edi- tor is In.this coun- try delivering-'a.' .ssries of lectures, i J.tie higher pducation. .of: .wpmen )ue. Somewhere in Fran'c--? today hg ah. esceadliiBiy dangerous Uiing! liere. are at least a hundred Canad- an tiie lives of-many men in 'their are equippetl with field the Public Accounts committee, composed of Conaervp.tivea' ?nd alike, de- clares are of 'T-cor (jualitr, Jnw range.'-j and Inferior That can- but one yocai-ibn for, .a. woman and tbnt is The chief, troub- le cad IVqmen.irere not meant .by'nature for .aucli education. yThe products of. constitute ive 'in France do not .he n ..very comforting reflection'V or the purchasing agents whom dpes hot istence of the unmarried woman, and we have no name our lan- guage. Tho companionBhip-'dt man la indispensable .-to the French woman, and she does 'not aspire'to be a hu- man -being "The (business is a aiember. of thla third, sex; .She. raaucJa'an equality; with men and tlie privileges ChivalroiiB men' have be- Btcwed on womeu as said tho; teacher Reverely, '.'libw many times muit J teH you not your fingers? Put 3-aur band'1--flown and preaently.. I'll hear" .Five, minutes later abe said: "Now; then; what was it .you" wanted "to VThero ivas a man in.-tlie. entry a while said Thomas serenely, '.'and he Vent out wlUi FIRST THE ROBECH Tlifp IB Jicar Admiral de Robech, he Irishman of Swedish descent.-who aa nucceeried Cirden In control of he Dafdarielfea ficet. Ho is'a torollier t Daroii de IHJIJREp <3N THE BATTLEfJpLD ;