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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TH B LETHBB1PGE PAILT SATUUDAY, APRIL 24, 1915 JLetbbribtfe "foetalfc Had o[ mc-ir., wM much rill lie ot llie wurm now truubllnj; oui- fnrinnrs. i DAILY AND WEEKLY., i SUBSCRIPTION HATES: bully, dnllvercd, per yeur..... Biilv. by mull, per year...... SVoiiUy. by mall, year...- TELEPHONES: 12F.2 BliSlncsa Olllre Editorial Offlco i W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director .Business ALLIED ATTACKS ON LAND AND SEA The supreme naval engagement in North Soa. which has Decn the Bream of everybody since the began, asr-ln featured as rumor-m yesterday's despatches, indi- cations aro that it the is not BOW actually on, it is very Imminent. Tho German high seas Beet which -been cruising about and toasting that no sign o( lha British fleet a to be found will" probably have sour irerv tangible evidence ot its ens' before very Ions, if the British, iers hive not already the ITeutons. The British offensive in Prance is bow developing along tie entire front 'fcnd the French are driving hart ahead at St. JlihieL In tie fell-s both on land and sea, the Al- lies have re-opened their cMapalm ,rith renewed vigor. Yesterday ap- peared to le a day. of Allied oSenslve the whole circle bt the war. Tyrol. !n HIP rubllc, eyo ui-cuilso' ot regions between ami'Austria: the subject on lesson in wur lssupd OeoBTanRlc Society. It says: Tyrol is ono of b'uropo uealililest in the northern pans the air drifts pure nnd cool from iho hnunls of the Elacler nna punceru with lir and pine; and In llie south it is soft with Mediterranean sunshine and fragrant with oragne and lemon. This land of a wonder- fullv close-woven texture of moun- tains, valleys and rock needles Js claiming the world's Interest these dai-s of rumors of war ns a possible addition to the already vast areas serving as theatres of war." Canada's second contingent is show- ing up better in its representation of native iborn Canadians than the flrst contingent. The Toronto Telegram is authority for the statement that offic- ers of the second contingent claim that GO per cent, of their men are Canadians. If this be true, we have the following result: First Contlngeat.......... 35% Second Contingent 60% Third Contingent 15% This'.seems'to be a sulL The Canadian Courier argires that the 'unattached, adventure-loving NO OTHER TIRE, THUS The Tariff Broke the Truce SU OFFICIAL A CONSERVATIVE Tu order to apologize for the scan- Bal revealed in connexion with the purchase of .T the Militia Department, our Conservative friends .tternpt to shift the responsibility to official appointed by the late gov- This oBctaL Lieut-Col. Hurdman, has txsett suspended on ac- count of the evidence broujht out In connection with the binocular tran- saction.. It is that -he was jkjint'ed by the late government' not chcsen on account of his political affiliations' .but because ot his prominence in militia affairs, as ence he as one of the leadlnE artillery 'ofncers o! the. Dominion.- Col. Hurd- 'niin was a Conservative; had ieen president of .Mscdonald "einb'-'-a Conservative organization. -and 'was with the '.party until his appointment-' Sir 'Frederick Borien, when minister of did not confine his appoint meats to party friends. He. choso competent militia men no matter their politics. 'He tven placed a brother 'the present prime miniater'in oBe'pf 'the most responsible positions of 'the department. As one newspaper has very well the seller, the buyers, and the inspector of the binoculars that' the ptfblic "accounts committee found to be of "poor quality, low range, and inferior efficiency" were sympathizers with, government. Englishman' rushed into the first con tlngent, not so many of him for the second and third. When contracts are to be let at thi provincial ]sil for provisions tenders ire advertised for and the lowest tenderers get the contracts. If one man sets the contract each year It is because he is the lowest tenderer and it that statement is doubted the papers can be produced on motion of a Conservative memiber of the Legis- lature in an effort to disprove When supplies .for the detention cnrnp and the battery were required tenders were not publicly- advertised for. Only friends .ot lie Conservative party -were asked to tender, and only Conserratives secured contracts. The papers have" already been produced to prove, that statement. This is a time of -war, too, and patronage can be excused less In the militia depart- ment than' any other department. SUPPORTS LETHBRIDGE SHEEPMEN'S IDEA ICaigary Herald) Southern Alberta sheep men.are may be able to centralize the .wool, industry, of-'the "province In the 'city. :bf-Ijethbridge in much the Same way'asMhe -grain business of the west Is. being. centralized at" various points, What they want is a large storehouse, .preferably located at bridge. where" the wool clip of the season could'be brought, graded and stored temporarily, -thus making ij poislble for growers to get forurei uicluiivelylo DunlopTr.clion.Trt.J Bicydo onljliro wllh buill- inlo V-.h.ped top of the tire is by. iron mould! lir. proper 11 completed. Thtl meinl reiiilins iurf.ce.-which cannot te.r off. .n .o cllon j-.ppeM wilb bicycle lirei. b'ullr Tour wteel ii miHui ifnei ol W which eoalkin no air.- Th.wl the port1011 U kept clui of Ik. itouaa- Don't "fmil 10 egms'TClK T.I- Dt bie t iejdc tire Bllo DDNlOr THE IWia HOBS COMPANY. UMIT10 Jliken ot Tim fer Avt-MMAUM. 11-ac.n, MotoTajde, tMd Cvn-vn. R bur, BOM, Mais. the of -best market prices OUR POINT OF VIEW before' shipping. Lethbrldge .is very Trilling to pro- vide the "atorehojue, and the growers are anxloul .to occupy it with thel clip.-l But 'one tijng Is recessary to complete the arrangement and ths la some special consideration from tn raUwsyit growers are ask Ini pt tht C.P.R; the same prlvjleg "grain-'nien shipping rates. The want -the- right to a through rate, for 'from to. Bos- ton though the wool from Conrad may and held there for.a-.tinia'iefore continuing its jour- Try a "Wolfe Toddy" ideal "nightcap" hot lemon, and sugar, and a wineglasatul of Wolfe's Schnapps. Wolfe's Schnapps (HOUAMOSGIN) r "you wiU'sleep "like -and wake up in trie mom- ing refreshed arid' free frorn aches in the and pains in the back. Wolfe's Arorturic Schifiim Schmtpps is u tonic and-In-its'bwitficMl on llvar liidniyt. (Toronto Star) If the govtrusnt Is delennlud to force on an election In June, Is probably In saying that the parties have declared a truce. The truco has bean broken already, not by criticism of the 'lurili, but by the tar- irf Itself. Sir ClMrge Foster says that the tarlfl Is ono of tho standing issues between tbe parties. The party ,la ower Is a high tariff party. It Irani- an excuse for Incresslaf .the tariff, found that excuse In the war. It ok sdvuntsie of the war to achieve party victory, to punch its idta .ol rotection far what it would ave dsred >n do In tlnx aces on the statute- it is as distinctly partisan as n errj-mander. Under the 'Jlal an :act of -war; and then emands that It shall be protected bj he true which it has In England tiere Is a 'real truce he Welsh Disestablishment Bill haE een postponed; because It is a COB roverslal measure, likely to cause 111 eellng. Lloyd George pleaded will Is countrymen In Wales- to sink their emands for the present. The London Chronicle thus comments-upon hts at- tude: "Uoyd Georse has never lack ng in It was a bolfl thlni or a statesman, who has been callei be Prince of Wales' 16 s'lafid efence of ameasure to he least, is not liked In Wales', and I ipose himself to ohloquy and misre- resentation airiong his own country men." In lllce manner the extreme p.rotec lonlsts In Canada should have re- from renewing the flint untl he -war was over. Instead ot tha hey have faatansd upon the countt measure which vitally changes th arilf restricts trade, increases th manufacturers' protection, --and add o the burdens ol the consumer. TS ansumer will, In future, pay an anor nously heavier tribute to the: benet laries of the tariff. Wile the pro- ecteJ manufacturer will pay Be ent. upon the product, sold at two o hree time, the cost of the raw rua erial, and even upon the tux itsolE. EverylhinE will come out of the c6n- umer. fle will be the loser, the man ifacturer will be the gainer. The effect of the British preferenc. will he almost destroyed. Many'good might have been imported der a tariff of per cent, will b by a tariff of 27H PV cen ft Is idl. to say that me'Brltish m> ufacturer or his customer in th country will be still heavier tax.will be'.levied upon foreign goods. Jn' iany cases Is virtually no competition hs-tweeo-the. British manufacturer, and the -lor- In" wooKen goodj, ..for in- stance the'hullt of .our Imports ..are Irom the United Kingdom. II .an addi- Uonai 4uty ot five pet .pent. and this is.not that i. bigger tai is placed, upon the comparntivel, irom [orelgn countries. There has .been a continual demand from interested parties ( increase in the duties on Britisbigoods. .psrties w.ere-aulte er taxes should bs-jajd jon, for. goods. Their c SSaS 'of: a I Vancouver, measure lo now LOJU visited a Boj fifteen bright-faced earnest lads their scout-master The Scout Minuil puu. ainong tbe Hril Ihlnrjs l-boy sjiwkl II listening to eTew Up le be itronr, sell-reheat men good te.1h roillze lhal Good "iiHIl him lir tho roid to suocets school Insporls, In business snd In infunnf ri scoo nspo, G. KrSBEPHERD, Mtatreal far RICKED UP IN SSING OF GQMMERCE CAPITAL, Moose Jaw Trades and Labor. Coun- cil endorsed Premier Scott s temper- ance policy. A sugar refining plant to cost about a million dollars is proposed to he erected--at Chatham by the Dominion 3ugar -company. Railway officials at Montreal, nounce'that'work on the Union Sta- tion, Toronto, will commence m ten ?Capt.. ir'iihihull'.'Wfraol. .the i5th Ba'ttalion, Canadian Expeditionary in .France on; April 18. He belonged to a well known Tor onto larnily. The wile of Rev. C. .F.. Yates 'An- glican vicar at Abbotslord B. C died in the HoU Cress hospital, LCal gary. A. R. Yates, Gleichen, son. MONEY ORDERS in itwicd the following rates Orer 5 and not This privilege the grain- men lave and it' w'bul'd seeni :oaly reason- able that the sheep men should be similarly favored. K It 'results to their benefit the increased prosperity 'of 'the" country will" quicTtly repay the of 'the counry w railways for any small freight miral Stor Waltsr. H 'in action. He belonged .to North and was a-nephew ol Ad-j f, ol-Esquimalt. I C.urran has been granted T. Brymner, Mgr ..Trinity l .'-I.' JCXnV'tniTaTB' riKft lor Iniario Conrad Weidenh M P P the defendant In .an .0 damages for slau- the daught-r ot a. rue cosu ui iiviug The department lahal.'s. index num- ber oE- nearly two points- during ed The index number in March was eight points higher than, in March Militia.ordors. announce that Major L J WhitUkBr; ol the Bth Alberta DraEOons, been given tho rank of whilst. cquuiiandmE the third; reorient Canadian Mount- Expeditionary. One of those lolled -while aerriag Trith the Canadiiins in France was'a "Moctenegrin. The other day a Tuck Eervmg with the .Canucks lost his life Eerily our forces at the froat up" of .many, bot one, the members of On- tario i new License Board.are Con- servatives and Methc4iiUjTti6yj5rarc. selected by Premier Vincial Secreury CqnBemtivSs'.and It IB oniy the Scntch-who are daotiiiiJ. ._ -Jjt It taiy he before y general election: genera, impression that R. B. Bennett tyay jet land In the jninistry. Indlca- ttons pointed that -way sit the recent sefsion of parliament for the merrtber lor Calgary was very active in defcate sad undoubtedly recovered eome of 'ffie prestige he lost with the psrty ,-when he lolled on the C.-'K-.-.R. deal rlart year. Tf Bennett Oie ministry Alberta will have twVmenf bers in the1 government. 5We should encourage the birds to Ete> with us.- Every means for their protection should be provided. It'Is tile birds we to Bfht Insect nnd worny pests. Caredrl 1m- hive .BhowB that bf trie greater number-of birds nb> sist on a diet.ot Inserts. only on rare-occasions do they attach. Silli further 'education Is raqulred ssjong the >oung now ever for the intKlkn ol tiejr Jiots lit Dor have been dolnc thla dlnalrSB IB -.U Watch Health eyes, rosy cheelcs and bright vivacity of childhood can only come from perr hc-sJ .WateK carefully feet Mathc-sJ your chiKren's .nd Irmin rVrul.r bmbiti-There is no Nat delidsM eoolln( drink but riu ialrftl It jtne nonoiatv Canadian militia, while scrvine as o! 'the Canadian pt iiitary operations in nol prietor-of the Oxbridge Journal, was D.SCU8SES (Calgary e; Harold L- director >f the Toronto Bureau ot .earch, Is quite mlssion form of municipal geyern- ment will never be a The'difliculty Ue'eees being sure that aiperlBVare to office, especially in large cttlef where it is impossible for .thf vot- er to know at .all tlrmrJust. iWho is- and is lot candidate.. He time this. form miv work 'well, .bnt-soejiiwaor "t is bound to lail, in o lie d jy'raana'ger. Idea, ha" not -yet been a man with a broad enough. entality .sufllciently-welHralaed to a.uccessfully cept in very sma'll He Jlwever, that s .city Manager, a small: council board of specially adapt- ed to take charge partmerits, the depeudent of the board his sition, might do ericen continent, are Brltton does not say er. to be the Ideal pal government, and. Sertiln that he coVer anything oHJie remarks, one might not yet prepared to fasblomo ,'ways, his hat thisr-are too-seldo.. .hoiT. other system as It u carrm oat that re ixmdon, Xprtl j 23.-Tlie Olaifqw. CommlMlon has .decided to employ uniformed women as coc- Suetoi on street car the Place, of who the front. Their wages are WhynotPaytfe Trifle? i No one knows where the fog-shrouded i is floating till, perhaps too late, it is seen vessel's bow. iSost vessels escape, only a, small, percentage are but to the owners concerned Shelossisoverwhelming-unlessit is spread over all vessel owners through insurance. Then, it means only a trifle to each. No one knows when a death will occur in the business world But it is sure to come occasionally, and it may hit firm nexL Why not pay the tnfle now and make Tttet Jour will continue no matter what _ _ Protection Policy for r ApHlSs an illustrated article on the subject hiAiBill you. It's the asVang. Herbert C. Cox, Mkd GwwrmJ MiMftrJ ;