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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAtLY HERALD 28, 1015 letbbrtboe feeralb letbbrfege, HllKfta DAILY AND W1CKLY. HATtft: Dally, delivered, per Bally, by mall, per year...... by mall, per year..... 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Ofllca Editorial Office 1253 W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director Business Manager MEN AND AMMUNITION NOW THE CRY Now that the British hare menced their forward move tlic cry however not Inoludo the vaguo linos In tlio Caucasus mid Jit Wgypt. There aro thousands of Cnnndlim boys wftltlnp to 'nvoiijjo tlio aluln on tho battloflold nt Tpne. All that IB umwBtry now If for ft further will tor recruits to be made. The Canadian soldiers proved their at Vpres. There are thausuml? of the stwiio Wood and bniwn impa- tiently waiting for tholr clmncc flglit for the HflK. lo If li Coueervatlve paper dares to hidebound T pi eft ram drive them out of die ranks. Evident- ly IDdependence and plnlii spoaking lot desired within lht> party. criticise iho party, then ting like the Winnipeg W. S. Fielding, denounced by the j Ccmsori-fltlveg as a Irnltor to his country In 1211, when he- fathered the poes up, ''more men and am muni- reciprocity agreement, Is now used by lion." All the war despatches of ycs-Jf.hft Conservative press as one of Iho lerdav went to show thnt this will be the supreme demand from now on wisest men In the country Hiecausp lie snid .Mr. White's ivar taxes Tveri? in- The last few days of fishting inevitable, Certainly they were inevii-j France and Belgium have taken n Lble since the government had been I frightful toll of British and French extravagant end the extravagencnl soldiers, not to speak of the thous-'had to be paid for. Dut war tnxes. J enda of the eneiny time have fjillpn, which provide further protection for' and the toll will be even greater in lne manufacturers nnd heavy toll the fighting that is 10 come. The j upon tlie consumers can't be excused. people of England are concerned over! he Germans are still j a million i OWES HER LIFE TO "FIT-HIVES" Cured Both. Stomach Trouble and Headaches M, OUT., zoth. 1913. "I roily believe th.nl I owe my life to "Fniil-a-llveaV. Ever siucc child- hood, I have becn'undrr the care of phvsicitns aud have been uayiiig doctor's bills. I so sick ana out that people ou the street often me if I thought I could get along Tfitliont help. The same old Stomach Trouble and distressing Hcailiichei iicarly drove me wild. Sometime ago, f got n bor of "I'niit- a-livea" and the first bor did me good. My husband TVSS delighted and advi- sed a contiuuatlon of tbeir use. Todny, I am feeling1 fine, t physician meeting me oa the street, noticed my improved appearance niul asked tlie reason. I replied, "I rmi taking He said, "Well, if arc making1 you loot so well, PO ahead, and take tlieui. Thev are doing more for you lhau I MRS. H. S. WILLIAMS. Fniit-a-tives are sold by all at 5oc. a boi. 6 for trial size 25- or -sent postpaid on receipt o( price by Fruit-ft-lives United. Ottiwa. 'Reasons' for an Election the fact able to concentrate racu i" on Uieir (ront at anv tirae. aud this possi- blllly is decreasing as tlie war pro- ceeds, uevertheleas U is a grave cause for nnxloly, .-.nil nev.' armies ire 'being demaudnl for Lhe Allies. The Brilisll admit, too. tliat tlie j ramjiaign in the Dardanelles win Del foEtly in men and material, although I ihe Allied forces have now been aisle to establish themselves in a are tbe Letter position to pursue this parilc- (Ittimipcg Free Some curious reasons ior an carlv seven hands, Brltaiu campaigns will continue on her to re- ilie Toronto World in the guise oi an j interview with a Prominent Conser- vative. An election, says Mr. Prom- inent Conservative, would be less ob- jcctiunablc than the preseni feeling o[ fthc outset there was a keen realiza- tion by certain elements in the govenmieul thai tlic participation by Canada in the war afioutled opportun- ities for political anil personal ad- vantage. The rigid application of llir rules oi (he patronage system lo tlic purchasing of supplies in itself a i revolaLion of tlie govenmient's al-li- j turie towards the-Ivar.'There were in y the select fen of-officers Ior the first I contingent inslancps of political fav- l-orittsni bv particii commissions which (hey were not. qualified to till, with results thai have been disastrous to ihe good name oi Canada and to the welfare of-men committed to their charge. As if this were not enough In show .ihc of the government KEEL'S COMPULSORY SALE The bargains at this wile arc rinnriug; greater cnnrdH daily as it is .simply a of every pur- chaser spreading; the news of (lie wonderful values to liis friends. Safe ivill only a few more days. Get your share while yet in time. You have never seen such slashing and ending of prices in print before. Read! quire the best thai the Empire 1ms faction. He complains that the 10 give. It is of rhe iernment has not received that Briton that once Marled it must foe cai -The British have BOW commenced tlieir real war on the Teuton, and gov- cor- to make the war an opportunity for playing politics, it was seriously pro- posed by government to make tuing has been! dial ami whole-hearted support irom i outbreak oi the war a pretext for a thrm (Hi Liberals since the beginning oi general election, in the earned uiruugn. wuich llc C0n3iuers its due. M hat the great wave of patriotic feel- while there can fte bur one outcome. trie cost inll be great PLANT TREES ON THE FARMS This is ihe period of the year when tree planting is in vogus. "We live iu a country where nature lias not 'bless- He objects to the Liberal opposition the fiscal legislation submitted Parliament at its last session. While which passed over Canada rould be'utilized to carry their political barks iiuo.Iiarbw. Public opinion, .operating through indulging in platitudes about tbe willingness of the government to ac- non-political channels, stopped tbe cejit the co-operation of tlie Liberals project oi an election in September, iiti ventilating war supply scandals, The political conspirators two months he displays a marked irritation with later again attempted 10 force a gen- the acliou taken by the Liberals dur- era[ election and were again balked int; the recent session alone in their program fay a manifestation was responsible tor the ventilation o[ Of public opinion. When parliament Ce- ltic patronage Scandals. And, fin-' assembled, the government failed to cd us with trees, but if the trees were j ally, he says that tlie government are give a pledge similar to that which not here for os, as they were in East- so harrassed by UVP opposition .of the had Deen made by Che Prime Minister I Liberals that a general election is" Oi Great Britain, that theie should Stetson Hats Stetson Hats selling Fashion-Craft Clothing You cannot pretend to be a dresser unless you wear a Fashion Craft Suit. Suits selling Suits selling- g.75 Suits selling Florsheim Shoes Anyone who is fortunate to wear a Flors- heiiu Shoe will wear no other make. The lea- thers, styles and the making of these shoes are a class by themselves. Shoes selling for.. Florsheim Shoes selling for.. Hats selling for -1i2.50 Hats selling Men's Suits Worsted.Suits selling- I'or. TwecMl SuUs selling- lor Men's Soft Felt Hats S1.95 .............S1.45 Men's Manhattan Fine Shoes .fiij.oO Maiih.'iftiin Shoes selling 1'or. Mnnlinttiin Shoes soiling I'or. Shoes, siict'iiil lot, selling I'or. Romeo Slippers, black or tan. S4.35 S3.85 S3.15 L KEEL, OLIVER BLOCK RICKED UP IN SSING pusy MAN necessary to give tnem the parlia- be.no dissolution'during ilic- contmii- meatarr support which'they require, lance oi the The result was a There arc said 'to uo war refugee? in Greece. Tliese are a vcrr choice Jot of rea-.'session oi parliament in which there') Queers University will -confer no They may appear COR- were displays of party feeling from 'rominenfc Conservative botb sides of the House. Now IVIr. sons indeed, elusive to P- and oilier Conservatives not so prom- Rogers and his associates in parlia- ment, but to the man on the street ment arfi asain engaged in an endea- and the independent voter they will vor to faring about, a general election bear a very different complexion. None vfith every, indica'tion oi being suc- of the evils oi which ihis Conserva- cessful. The result must he the most live complains will be remedied by a acrimonious general -election ever em Canada, nature is willing lo en- courage Ibe growth of trees; we know this from experience. Letitbridge in the beginning was bald prairie: today it ranks as one of the most substan- tial cities in Western Canada, and as far as trees and boulevnrds and parks are concerned we, unquestionably take a lirst place among prairie cities. These trees and iboulevards and parks demonstrate wuat can be done 5n this western country. N'ot only trees flourish iu ihe cities, butjtho voice of faction. It will not lice not too late yet for Sir found dead in his office in Ricb- luey are given proper a.Lten- government Irom criticism. It will ert Rorden to do what he should mond street east, Toronto-. tJon they wIU flourish and develop the energies of the mem- have done last August He has it Berlin, Ont., Has- a 27-mill lax rate u oC ol the government irom political within power to declare a politL-'exclusive of one mill for garbage and upon the farms, anff it 13 a great occupation nnd permit the conccntra- cal truce, the terms of which public one mill for war tax. pltf that our farmers do not give j t ion upon the business of furthering opinion will enforce. IE he weie to; A. E. Dyrnent, ex-M-P was ._ in ih. say that there will be no election in of Lbe'ToronLo'Reform ass'o- Canada until the close oi tbe war, jciafclon. r ,.ilor mouins an least me enure anil were to-invite the co-op cluster cf trees upon a farm is mndi energies of the members oi the Cana- of the Liberals leaders, we j honorary degrees ihla year. Stratford Has a 27-mfil rate exclu- sive of the provincial war tax. A. J. Taylor, a railway passenger asent of Toronto, is dead. There Is an epidemic of !iog chol- era In Elgin county, Ont. Ersktne and St. Paul's Presbyterian general election. On the1 contrary, iought in Canada, with consequences tbey wJU be aggravated. A general to the Dominion aud the Empire caurches, Tcrcnto, will amalgamate. election at this juncture will not still more disastrous than a lost battle. John Taylor, a cigar manufacturer. more attec tion to the planting of trees about their farm Jiomes. anada's participation in the war i the it will mean that two mouths at least the entire and were to-invite the co-operation i John A Culver of Port'Hone of the Liberals leaders, we should 'tne well-known hvdraiilfr-fliPcMc pn' more to a fanner than he dian Government "will be directed to- have in Canada conditions electric en- imaginfis. It serves as a wind break, it provides shady nooks in the hot days of summer, and adds alao to the beauty oC tie farm home. Some farmers seem to think that tree ETOTF- ing is out of tlie question, but they cannot expect to get any sympatliy on tbat score, for there are- evidences alJ through the country that farmers can succeed in growing trees. Only the other day we read in the Grassy Lake Gazette that on the wards political ends. It will not in- mating those which prevail in' Great j crease the strength oi ment in parliament since probable tnat, even if the resi the govern- Britain, it is The Liberal leaders would, died at the age "of 49. Gibson, formerly a pron lnont L J t t merchant In Fleshertciv Out., died iu highlj' beyond doubt, co-operate cordially Toronto iult Ot with the government if the proposi- Rev. D. Lee hat been inducted as the election is favorable to the gov- (tion made to them by Sir eminent, its. majority in the new: Borden were bona fide. li no1 Robert j pastor' it, public i church. farm of Jas, R, Perry, northeast tiiat town, seeds of tlie Manitoba mediate cessation ol political hos of Mfllbrook Presbyterian House of Commons will he less than opinion rVould find-a war to disci-j Rev'ft N Powell of Vancouver ha that which commands. pline them. The responsibility lor accepted" an Invitation in-St If there has been far too much poli-'dealing with tfajs question jests upon mutation lo St. tical ieeling in Canada since the Sir Robert Borden- So far, he has outbreak of the war, the respoasibil-; (ailed. A last opportunity opens be- itj- rests chiefly upon the Dominion fore him. If he prefers to play the government.'In Gzeafc Britain, ivhere role scheming, self-seeking poli- political feeling immediately prior to tician to that oi the patriotic states- deserve ta Qe dethroned (the war had reached u height never lfi known in Canada, there was an :Maple planted only four years ago, have produced beautiful trees tea to twelve feet high, and cottonwoods taken from the river bottom as sap- ]lngfl are now twelve to aiiteen feet high. We hope that the farmers of South- ities upon the outbreak1 ,of war, and there has been ever since not merely a party truce but actual and contin- uous co-cpei'ation between the lead- ers ol the two parties for the furth- erance oi the great cause to w'hjca they are both rommitted. The lead- ers o[ both political parties iu EHR- lanti, when war broke out, put aside im- from his high position by the people ;til- of Canada. Alberta will take more freely tojtheir political ambitions. Not a improving the surroundings of their jgle public man o[ standing in Great homes by planting trees and shrubs. Britain has regarded the war as an tne value these 1m- political prot'ements as well as we do. All they need i3 tbe faith to believe that the trees will grow. It is the lack of i'aith that has kept the farmers from planting trees more freely. OUR POINT OF VIEW The Moose JBTV News ears coppers Have cpme to the west to stay. As long a.8 th'ey wll! reduce Lhe cost of II v ins no one will complain. Secretary Bryan practically told Count Von Bernstorff, the German ambistador, to mind his business. But the Count's' business unfortunate- ly Ui to atlr up trouble. The 'warring nations are non- flsht- Ing aver an urea of 160S miles, notes Ihe Christian Guardian. Tlic Russian fr6.nt.iB iniles, the Fronch the gcrblan-Montenegrin 220, the British the Boliian 16, These flguroi. Here in Canada there has beer) a very different state cf atlairs. From MAJOR-GENERAL WANTS BETTER BAND. MUSIC Ottawa, Out., April eral Sam Hughes, minister of Militia, is desirous of having better military music for the Canadian Brffllsra, 2nd, this end in'view -_e appoint- ed a committee composed Lieut. John Slaatcr, bandmaster for the To- ronto Hlshlanders; Lieut. John Wald- ron, bandmaster of the Toronto Gren- adiers, and Lieut. Light, bandmaster of the Artillery band, of the beat bandmasters in Canada. OF CANADA. Fear u Ton Money Khto if you carry it In Ihe form tt Travellers' Cheques Issued by the Union Bink of No one can cash them without your slgnatun. Issued in denominations o( J50, SIOO and with rakie in foreign currencies plainly staled on the face. Accepted it full value at hotels, ticket offices and businesi placts geneitll) Ibroughout Ihe world. G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Miniger lETHBMIDGE BRANCH QHA89V LAKE BRANCH STEAMER HYNDrORD, TORPEDOED. UUT.AFJ.OAT This Glasgow vessel is seen in the photograph to port under her own steam, though aUnckcd by submarine and torpedoed, on March 10th, one of her crew-being killed in 'lie explosion. Captain and crew refused to abandon the vessel though her bow was submerssd, ami slie had a dangerous 'list to one side. By excellent sea- manship she was brought to port aud auer repairs will again sail Lhe seas with British commerce. Methodist church, Toronto, Windsor Police will not investigate the police force un- less council prefers specific charges. Lincoln, Ont., Liberals -confirmed the nomination for" of Com- mons of. Captain ..E._J.' iLoveJace, an officer iu tne second contingent. John Brooks and Meryin Taylor of Toronto bave been arrested at Parry charged with robbing Ems- dale post-office. The smallpox outbreak, which threatened to become quite serious In Qnt., is DOW over, tlie last patient to be discharged in a few days. Norman Connell, 17 years of age, son of James Connell, Greenbueb, near drowned jn Xud Creek on Saturday morning. The license commissioners for West Hastings granted licenses to all ho- tels, 14 in number, three shops, and the Belleville club. Limited. Employees of the Berlin Tnink and Bag Co., who were working on-gov- ernment orders, have gone. on strike for a better wage. They will appeal to Ottawa. For rescuing a little girl from death on the railway track near Tweed, J. J. Carter has received the Albert medal from the Duke of Connaugbt at Mon- treal. Sergeant William Archer Casey, son of tne late George E. Cagey, M.P. for West Elgin, and of Mrs. Casey, who died In Woodstock last summer, has been wounded fighting in 'the (renclies in France, Frederick W. Se'ward, assistant scic- reiary of state Jn the cablneta of Pre- sidents Lincoln, Johnston and HrfyeH. and son of the former Secretary of State William II. Sewurd, died at Mon- Irose, N.V., in Ms 85th year, A. Champagne, M.P. for Battleford, ivlio failed to secure re-nomination and who is opupeed to the Scott pro- hll'ltlon will support the Con- servative candidate for the House of Commons. left the Liberal Would it Puzzle Suppose or was thrust into your hands to-day for safe investment: would you not be at a loss as to which way to turn 1 Imagine, then, the dilemma of a woman without business training or experience if placed in that position. Yet the average man's life policies would leave his heirs in just that predicament. THE CANADA LIFE HAS A WAY Under this company's Continuous Monthly Income Policy an ideal' solution is furnished to this problem. On the death of the assured at once enters on a monthly income guaranteed to her for life. Foolish or designing advisers cannot tamper with it. There are many features about this new contract which will surely appeal to every family, man. Booklet No. 283 tells interestingly about them. We shall be glad to send you a copy. Herbert C. Cox, President and General Manager. Wilson Skeith, Agents, Lethbridge ;