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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE FOUR ,T H E L E V H B R D G B P A ir L jt R A L D MONDAY, APRIL 1915 .'ttbe letMrtoae, 1 DAiLV WIIKLV. Dally, delivered, per year.... Daily, by mull, per year..... Weekly, by mail, pur year... M.ol- 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business ofllce EL'Uorln! Qfllcp............... 1" W. A. Buchanan John Managing Directar Business Manage OUR POINT OF VIEW ju-u-tjr IB on Ihe In Hie I'. S. The It'.eit desert- er ii Senator 1'olndeiter, or Ion. Maybe Teddy will Jiwert Ihe ship, ICO. THE OF THE CANADIANS Hearts of CirnadiiUS.-lhougli bleed- ine Icxlav for the imliaiu soldiers ot the Dominion who have been taken in the lerriule toll of ilenlh at Ypres. will throb with pride at the glory our troops have won upon the field of aftioji. Pulses quicken at the thought of how magnificently the sons of our own'land hare upheld Ihe traditions of tho rnte in battle. -Canadians at Paa'rueberg won no more notable n victory than did the Canadians at Yprcs. and the Dimes of those bnre officers and men who have fallen, the Bower of Canada's manhood, -will be Inscribed in a death- less glory upon the honor roll of the Culil'ornlt. paper Ford, tlie uulomobile manufacturer, as Roim'Mican candidate for president of the II. 3.. the New YorU Herald reniarlis tbnl on.0 amnlrwt advantage ot Ills nomination would lie Dial Inn Republican National could conduct cajmwbjn without calling in services ol publicity bureau. Soiuo.body mlg'iit try out Jess Wllhird Tor flifi same reason of economy In publicity Jorfre IB a fearless man. Head what he saya: "The responsibilities of war are such tint even in the men ot merit they paralyse, their best faculties. That Is some of my chiefs. yliai happened to Their merit turn- THE LAST STAND GERMANS The German forces are locked in a deadly grip -with the Allies in a last great effort to retain their footholds ed out to be below the mark. I had -to remedy these defects. Some ol these generals were, my beet "com- rades. But if I love my friends much 1 "love France more. I relieved thec_ of their posts. I Aid this in the same way as I ought to ibe treated myself i( it is thought I am not good enough jl did uot do this to punish Iheni, "bui simply as a'measure of public safety I did. it with, a heavy heart. -When hove been nlone 1 have.wept." Joffre rvant. He IB lenr- ing h.a country. Great tigs hare been placed upon shoul- ders- Hte country is uppermost La mind and'consequently friends of a lifetime cannot be favored if tl prove unable to tear the tasks given tbEifi. IB a type of the real public sen-ant- Pity the world hasn't mor'e-.oE his kind, even in limes of peace. In Belgium and northern France. They are making a last supreme at- tempt to .coast, .hut .French uuif uaTe sTcoi ssir .A his armies in. the field or about to enter, German cad the day for the grand retreat of troops in the field, notes how small the Teulims 4s at Band. "bnwaru" will-now-.fee the cry of the Allied forces. The-terrific nshtinj at.Ypres of the last few days, hi British have sacrificed large numbers to hold positions and to gain new. are French soldiers in comparison wiih the British-and Germans, and he finds a reason for the difference in stature in the Napoleonic, wan. Al- thbugh_a. small .man himself. Napol- eon wanted the biggest ud stronRer-t ones, and-the advances made Sjy the I men in the''nation for bla soldiers; French at St. Mlhiel, are indiCftticEsInnd the phycIcalJy beat -in France that the general advance is in view-, fqujht for him and died for him. The result nv, according to Mlchelet, the French hlitorUtn, that the Napoleonic wire took fire inches from the-stature of TPrench' people.- iJkiiirUe He must hare taken a pood deal from tlie Btrength and physical well-being of tie French people. The .Great Falls. Tribune ttinku that the preset war U iiiro tn.-lu.Te. the same -rssull upon the coming senentioaa of tie Down in the Dardanelles, Alliet fleets, operating with the land 'forces are renewing -the campaign- -.-with rigor. OTTAWA PAPERS VERY CANDID A _Btrobg supporter of the present' government at Ottifra is the Ottawa Journal. It is lookad upon as tJje'persona1, organ .of Sir Robert because Ha publisher Is dose, personal friend- Hoirerer the Journal is .not solely on government pan, and so It is tree to he Tiir when it desires, consequently Its vfev of. the charges made agiiastHoa. Frank Oliver can lie taken M opinioB of an honesi, fair minded Conservative In a lead- ing- editorial it said: "The Journal believes Hon. Fnnk Oliver- to .be. lienoaaUT an honeat and honeraVle- UHB, litfcle to mliUkes Jlte 'the rest of iM.1" OtUTa-.-na.pftn continue -to diecUH the.clpfllng days of. .the aeialon aod tie irought-VJown by'the rov- crninent against a. retalia- these niUoni is beinssent to the they are going to physically in a portion7 to their Jose. .Germans lave been .boasting of late -years of the in proved physical condition of the people through tetter lousing and sanitary conditions In the cUlM; ihie war ia-'likely to re- move much of the ground for tbast- fnc and to them wane off thta before the adoption of ihiir. prwent; adrnoced of city mauffnent Anymy you look on the hnman net; a drain that if to be 'elt not oiilyja immedltte future, but for to come. A Difference (London During .'the Sooth African Wat tbo Spvernuieiit of that time had occa- sioi-toVbiiy and supplies. vritb the purcHise ol horsts 'or supplies: .-'The GoVetnment, vbabever may' bare kMn -faults, aid not have Its kt'dtts box enough to'-ptot] t from tbe -extremitj ;of the country. were bought at fair price; aad- were of orit claw The 'British ''arnir 'officers" were nfv'sr" at> ol fttmittJQg graft in horse j buy ing, nor were those who bought! fqr -the' Canadian government. The government selected [or its hoots that.- carried them tfon for dlscloaiireB made iivtheJooota and public accounts committees; The Citizen (Independent relers in momewhat scathlnj terms to an PdltoriaJ qf tbw., Tele- gram of recent date "Shall ve stand supinely 'by while political pUterew us of that which would rladJy taici" up anna to. de-j T submits it fend agamst'a j .that no wt'ol ..cor, "These are aoUe yya fuptton' was brought to light .in coa- Cmzen, they do not mean quite ill they Tlie.TeJe.rnDi 'grow, eloquent, denounces corrup- tion in scat bins bemoaJiB the Ktfgma on our national then in thunder, tones, 'points ic- cusiag fingtr Frank CHirer There, it sayi, is the whole centre Knd syitem This attitude the Telegetm." says the Citizen, "would be -pathetic were, it iincere; but aa an it must realize thai mock hero- icE mean nothing to the thinking cle- ment of any community or. sect Jon ol the country. Through 'all ful revelatiojis ed party politico In all the miserable story of' Brltlflh Co- Jumbla's political 'progress' through, uree at plrer .iMiiance and fought desper- ately to present every racrdamaiHhf to its own party in the beat potilble There were no philllptcs Aftlaet (raft and no burn- Inr appeals to honor, and natioo..v( npuUtlon. And Just when thfBfff looked when the resource HphUtry and The llfbted br T, R. Fercusoa's torch was seefa tnd a ihout ot Joy rent the dirfc- The wu not lost: Okcockod 01 wrstb j-id tadJcuta oi the An Unusual Story of a Canadian Industrial Of Special Interest to Motorists, Truck Owners, Motorcyclists and Manufacturers How it grew from a tmail room to a large plant pay-roll it increased to 800-man in five years. An investment of a few 'hundred dollars grows to one of millions; THIS ii rot a (rteiy o( Modesty prevent in But WQ do believe inch arc intc'retttd storin iuch as this. We ire but OK of the til numerable tries that have strufljird up from snull befiimings. ljl-- hold an enviable in die CBiuditui nunufaccurip We won thii plan through five yrtn.of buiineu tion. We Bubmic to you hero the itory, not of om-wl hut bf.tinodyear products. We think you will agree whftn you read this, that the Karceiy a builncM itory in Canada .more interesting and Minun. .t_ When four Goodyear wprlred togethcj in a litile J0x60 loot room at 85 Queen' Suret, 1910, little did they realize quickly that small space be magnifitd'pver-70 times. They knew business would grow. They had faith in and in their product. Thiy ww the trrniendous possibilitiei in the Canadian rubber demand. They would build here at home inindustry to meet that demand.'-' Today the big (acton' at Bowmanville, thesii-storyGeneralOfficebuildiiiBinTorohto anct the ten Branch OfEccathroujhgut Canada their fondest The public in Govdycar products'has nude possible thii Goodyear growth from small beginnings. See whut this growth has meant. The Goodyear Tire Rubber Company of Canada. Limited, has over two million dollars invwtedin Canadian property and Canadian factory equipment. For the products that we Kll you are nude in our own factory at BownLanvUle, Ontario, by Canadian workmen. Our pay-roll for these vorltmen must be one of the largest in the Dominion. the BowmanTiJIe Plant In the latter part of 1910. purchased the plant of the Cufnpany at Bownujivillc. Ontario. The total floor space was square feet. New buildings were, erected. New machinery installed. About 70 men were employed.' The capacity was 25 automobile tires per day. Today the plant it Bet in tract of 35 acres, and has a floor space of square feet. The pay-roff has reached a maximum of 718 employer The masimum. capacity or graft U be tulJ if be" could j preieit: it. Biit tht Liberal" OflTern- ment goTcrninent. It' ppn to aouults br the armjr grifttt." (K ocrtirse there were (ir (ew- er c'antracti iVd hones, but the best bert .INVESTIGATE HOTEL FIRES Six hotels in Sasiatchewan have >eeri destroyed-by fire since Premier 5cott'B banish-the-bar policy was anr in every cane uye one an inveitigation is noiy con- ducted by Provincial Fire Commit iloner Several flre insurance iowel. Major J. C. itbe -jl Fetctbora, -jgidatt' in the British arrax in Londdfl. Rubber Co., and :ft o! i A.! when he was .in Germany. D. of.tlK real, 'Montreal. Word has ben received the Germany.. 'St.: wwe I'daughttr.o! the'-.'Mi.'. Justice [ttchariKoo, of Refiiia, but ncrcrthdcis. n( tta Cock of tnd m BHUtiord" ol MW-: ErmaUo.JH, ol Sf. 5 taken alaim and can- Canadian forces, .It the Liberal irovtoioe, khlle otheii -Uiiir riok Harry C ibutt' Plo.. his contributed, an ambulance bl tbe moat modem nake, 'or theTiin 61 the Canadian actiie. seivice forces. In a strinoo preached in church, St. iul Otndier, ol Toronto, tfenoanced jrjft in war cootracU and 4at-waT- Dr. J. Maaiw, "ol Kott William, WnE rbodied" men 'ifi" Krriii( it the front with to eight hour? a or 48jaaid it was ebidciit consolale nor hopeleiJB. ndeht-Gci'.iiany _._ Announcement of ad- although they voice In rages reduction of throw hpt encmics-and would be will- Ing hours for emfloysei of the lug to call it a Fort Motor Co., Ltd., of Conidi; is; Air. Davison hli: r All 'hj All employee! .who havt'Men Impressions b( In'the service ol -the .were the gigintrc. efforts Hhat! months or longer, ;ai Were helng made minimum wago! ol..ii> ''Wiits hour and the large" number first olr- to be it'L-iflot ot Honor Chevalier, her to .the. ircnj, and am. Imfsjnit.' vtlnfy tried ;tpV.become an. armj' Ii Join thii new ambulance Tirliade, Wo- 'll-Hief's-Aiiia-titto. ''a6n I hours a. weekT The compiny 'employs i pf ground'in the empire capable of the feet .o'f'mcn :iie ,saw In the sireeU of Munich, :Friuililott and Cologne, -Ger- many easily raiae another poliries in this dwate for tte House of CamBom in about peraonf at ita grain was being sown. arinyi ill have scaled the Fort William Rainr rim I Ford, and ill alne women and children were work- The hospital at Munich, aiitiiti.' Icated.jn tbe cltifs Uw fields. Judting hi niim-'Mr. Uavlsoi) said, complain! of a l. V: V of bandages, (tilie and suck articles. It bus1 tu tcly practically 01 (he American Kcd Orosa, for aupplies. Mr. Davjsnn .rtrelared that in Ger- nianf Kngiand It hated ai much if ever and Amrrica ;