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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE FOUR THE LETHBRIPGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 191R "foevalb BIberta DAILY AND WEEKLY'. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ot-IIy, delivered, per year..... by mall, per year...... Weekly, by mail, par year.... 54.00 3.00 TELEPHONES: Business EdJlorlnl Oilicu 1252 122J RICKED UP IN SSING JOB THE W. A. Buchanan John MunuRlug Director Uusiucsa Uonase Repel the attacks of Influenza with Bovrll BRITISH TO THE BACKBONE or Fftnce Jf Ib. tins Hopril for WAR NEWS MORE CHEERING YESTERDAY Tin1 imwp i'roin UK- Injnt was of n tiiucli iiicri' c.ier'ring nauirL- yestanluy Ina.smuoh as Un? Gorman olTrusive in Plunders nppoun? lo have heen dnfi- niioly checked, liu.- in tho Uiirdiinellcs oncy mere suivess- iuily luunclictl. The Kussians, :oo, iiiiiocni-e furllier sut-ct-ssful atciuiy In die Carpathians. Sir Sniiih-Dorrfen's sintPinc'iii clut 'en IbE-re will be no MEX-OIK! winter cam-j pH.iaii is K siculficant one. He floes noi know u lien thp war will end, ljut lie i? confident (hat it "ill Lhrougli anoiher wittier. He i iJJfli ''IP Oefmans Ju FlaniJtrs i Medicine lint is shortly to huvc a Great While Way." The Liberals will contest all six fillings in Toronto. Jumcs Mailer, national supirinc di- rector oi the Knights 'ot Columbus, is dead at Chicago. A, C.iguult, deputy minister ol agriculture lor Quebec, -and at ono time an M. 1'., is dead. Mis. L'.' N'. Smith, wife ot thc tor- mcr jiicintjer of parliament [or Al- and editor of The Siiult in-css, died ufu-i three days' illness. J 1'. Xannctte, Xaliunulist M. I'. I Civil session of the supreme court for follcfic (liTi'ii Division oi Dull-i will open in Lelhliridge on Tuesday, liu, and former J.ord Mayor oi llth, with Mr. Justice Walsh tin 1S 'presiding ior the lirst week. The lol- llcv. T. Alliwi juwrf ot Tor-, Inning is a list ol" the cases now onto, has at thc request of fiemirr Head) fur trial: Uui-den ami 1'rcmier Mcliride. fraic KKOM L.-VST COL'llT tu J'rinrc liupcil, 11.C., to mediate' 1'opoxitch vs. Lethbtidgc Uollerics. bi'Uvmi two tribes ol Indians m It. "aimer ior plaintiff, Conybeare, of .L- dispute over landius; privileges. I'liurcli, McArthur and Davidson Cor. v-Ilal Sc ul lue Supreme Court Civil Session Opens May 11 FOR ALBERTA disp _ ___ According to President H. Kal- i couer, ui Toronto I'nivetsity, His-! Collcrics vs. New Barnes: marck's deiliention oi hmf :ind hat-! Mine. Johustone A Kitehic lor plain-, rfl by popular parliamentary govern-1 .Sliepiienl, and Iticc for, directly resulted in 'the prrs-iucleiidanl. Will Will Live Long in Empire's History nil- ivar. McDonald Hill, com- Johnsloue [W_ furliiil- j ttorllam onlcr Lumber Co. vs. Wood. A- Ritchie (or the plam- !ild Co. icr .leiendanl. is. Blue. IV. S. Ijall [or disLri.'i, has isiiied ding tlie sale (if alcoholic liquors 10 i uljinlill, Conybeare, solihrrs or lliur and Davidson t. Aboul iOO uien oi Ihi-' 53rri Inutii- Anderson vs. Hall lion stationed1 ut Plinoc Albert march- pl.nntiii, .Shephefd, Diir.iup itnil Hice ,t'd through tlie streets phoutiujc cotii-Jfor tlie defcndiuit. cannot Ion; maintain tlie aivfnl pace jpiauits about ihe meals served at Ivoya! Latik and Felver vs. Miller. .Northern F'rancc, April dians ucc speaking with proud -admir- ation of thc worn oi the. IKth regi- ment, the men of Alberta and British Columbia, in the opening stage ot the battle iifjr Ypics. IVilli remarkable U to hte NO ALBERTAN MADE ON THIS DEAL Premier Sifton, at the recent ses- Bion of the Lccislauire. straightened out a matter whlcli, at the time of the famous A. G. W. episode, creat- ed murli susjJJcioD. It oc remem- bered that the A- G. W. people posed of ibo bouds at par, and tho aiorgan firm which secured the bond from ihe A. G: W. disposed of thec et 110 and in some cases better than that. That made a difference ot some- thing like In the Uro Iran eactiods. It'was insinuated at the time tha1 this got into the pockets o some private membsrs oi the Legls lature. who were supposed to be in terested the A. G. W. Opposi tion Leader rM'chener breathed the in 'nimuon during oae of the donates this strsioni and the Premier imiued lately arose anil put a crimp in U He said: "I think that in reeard to this matter, this is a. good time that I should state that one of the Eng- lish partners of the house of Mor- gan informed me' that so far as their profit on these bonds was concerned, it. went entirely to themselves. Mr. Smith is '.the London partnor, and he looks after ma.tiers there. He me that viien they bought bonds they did not anticipate be- _ ing able to sell them for any- thing like 110, 'but the bonds were not delivered to them until some months. There had heen a chanse in ihe mRrket and they had heen able to get It." We're glad to bare this insinuation put In the foundation less clasE. It clears public men like Hon. C. W, CTOES and Hon. A. C. Rutherford from the suspicion which was directed against tnemr and puts Alberta in a better amongst its own peoplt parcels of surveyed____ ___ been in. reserre and have been iStilement. The lands arc j ;points rangiog from aboul J plain for the detendaiit. NEW. CASES carried the day. THE CANADIAN CHARGE OUR POINT OF VIEW "Two hundred aad seventeen thou- sand miners have saij Pre- mier-Ascmlth "fifty per cent, of the miners of military age." If of the miners alone, have en- listed, one can something of the size of _ the1 total enlistment. The diners iri the ErnifiU Isles constitute one-tenth of the able-bodied males. There mar be 3. doubt as lo tlie origin of hard times. Some people fclarne the irar entirelv. v-iiiia others Sappers and Miners, with the Indian Expeditionary "Force in France, wh ivas recently mentioned ic despatches by General French, was born at tawa in ISSIO, educated at Trinity Collect: School, Port Hope, and gra- duated from the Royal Military Col- lege, Kingston. He received a com- mission in tne Royal Engineers and served a probationary course at Chatham. England. Lieut. Wheeler was appointed Assistant Garrison Honed in Ypres, and on thc westein plamtifl, b.. Ball for the 0[ the. 50me [hree or (our aDt- miles northwards. Thc soldiers ol the StixaHacss vs. Johnstone second battalion could see from Vlam- i- Ritchie Ior the plaintin, Prousc ertjnguc the asphyxiating shells burst Lyons Ior tho defendant. ing in fronti about" sii kilometres Ross A Co. (or defendant. to soon after dark, and then march- McClure vs. Sherlock-, et. al. forwacd in close formation. The Protest Against An Election Saturday .There is every probability that be- fore mid-summer we will have had a general election. Just what this elec- ;ioa is going to accomplish other ban aa excuse for niud-throwiDg be- .vreen the two political parties, is iard to sap.'Possibly'the Hon. Rob- ert who has had his mind set on this "election for some months, and whose word appears. to be law at Ottawa, considers a general elec- iojj at thii time the last best bet. n other words, it is a case of now or never tor Bob friends. The Tory party, no doubt, Dauk of Commerce vs. Pearson. H. G. Meyers for the plaintiff, Prowse a. Lyons for the defendant. CONSERVATIVE LEADER ANNOUNCES POLICY CIIAIvGE STRAIftpT .FQR FOE The boys crept up within j 50 yards, then jumped to their -feet and. charged airalght, fqr p the trench-j es, shootiiig, cheering and yelling. They were instantly--caught with a ON PROHIBITION i terrific machine gun and rille fire 'from the front and enfilading rifle fire H from a -wood on thc flank. Moose Jaw, April In his nom Major -11UUSC ApLll Ula uu.ll- i ination speech. Mr. Willoughoy, lead- OcorKe Bennett, of Peterboro, >r ni Hia nDnniitirm. laid doim led the charge, ley. Lieut. G. er of the opposition, laid down the Cl Ul LUG UHpUalblUM, lulu tluw.l till. ------O-I -7- policy of the opposition upon the Ji-jW. Day. oi Kingston, Ont., ftll back, quor question (kilted. Otfier oncers were-picked off j The permanent poJicr ol the Con- r'gbt and left, Thc. whole, front, be-1 .jrraiive on thc temperance came one hue of shambles. The hat-j question is to submit the question of Italion reached within -10 fcet oi the j total prohibition, so far as the prov- Breaches, but at an racrediblB cost, I ince has power to a vote oi ail elec-j then could advance no further. tors entitled to vote at tiectioi'S on tfce latest municipal municipal i I3te. Herbert Walsh, No. the ioremost ranlfs, and [oubt, figures that ty vote p.t the municipal election to sations thousand names on De thE nest general i "i te't ,he or ten he qatronage list at Ottawa, most i whom have been richly mblit the first ot the yar contracts were given out, ivill have nn little inlluence the gen- eral icsult. These people are expected 10 come at least, who not, skipped the I do not carryi then the entire admin- [irc back- to the party somf of UE isfcration Jiquor license acts oi oot extracted from the Uessury. The the province to be placed under an Onts naving had no opportunities at commissio-i free fro.n all 'ists aud where none cslat, 'the last: who was shot in the armband'had a electoral lists, on a straight major- in two, describes his. Eea- ___ _____ as there- jra's liigh provincial election. II the referendum [charge of Ij carrv in favor of total prohibition ;fe'l forward. I nqt move. Over-1 then' the Cons creative party will in- troduce such measure, total prohibi- tion to go into effect one jrear aiter thc first oi January following such back municipal election. II the telerenduin !seIE to help him, hut I noth- ing. I lay all Friday and all Friday night in the open could come." 1 heard a continuous rattling then one man close to roe spoke: God sake roll me on my I'm. shot.' I tried to raise my- he will, be obliged to content bemnclves with conducting their cara- on tbe cheap. No doubt the Nova Scotia horse raders, tire binocular sellers, the iel- ows who.sold jam for soldiers at rices 25 per cent, above the market, Jin French Madam in Quebec (sister of the Deputy Spnaker) who sold .drugs to the government in wholesale lots at ranging from one iiun- as capable of judging declare j drcd per" cent, all conditions are better tljaji they would to that the Tory ma-hine is have been if there had been no war. pJ0P.erlr -which, in ihe face What will ibring back good times; Sir Edmund Osier, M.P., one of Can- ada's leading financiers, ought to, be a good judge, and .when aaked for his opinion by the Financial PoPt he V'" .aid; "I do not thlnl, it is [of the scandalous corruption which has taken place, and the present, state oi the public mind, will unquestion- ably lie Tery much nmlcd. Hiit- why a general election in the face of tlie war Can any political that ._....... he tal'eu out to give, any opinion on tlie financial i and buried m unmarked graves'.1 Or of Canada al the present the party [jot lo the point tlmt! that wouid he ol any use. muai only mark time until we can, in j Sept-ember 19J6 iSw Iht! some, measure, guess the parliament'v.-uiild have 'run IE likely to end; and so far will be suc-li as Immediate future of Canada Is lto 'eturn lo nllicc altngelher corriod, apart from rhe war, every-, i thing depends upon the crop political control, responsible to the legislative assembly. The Conserva- tive party is opposed to government dispensaries, either as a -temporary or permanent policy. Reiall Orderlies are a. safe laxative even for the most delicate woman or child. Sold only .by J. D. HlginfiDlham Co., Limited. The Rexall Store, I0c, aad 50c THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 9m EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O, L t. D.. D.C.U PnfctM LiVIKD, C-omlMaoiacr JOHN AIHD, Gnml V. C. EKOWN. of Wxlcn I "west for the coming ,vear, and course, inr opinion, rauet be 01 went Canada looks for a return of prosperity. .Tim west evidently Is renlly whole to Eastern Can- though you wouldn't think to uik.... i ,.j t j L No one hut a hide-bound party b'Vr.M hlindert by .wit-Snidest and par- r C.-JP Jonk- for this anything liut reprfst. Let the Conservative parly hut- clean its fiCfi to It, that the i'c- partmcnts where Rraft and tency have been rife, such, for in- stance, as the Department ol Militia and Defence, are put upnn a CAPITAL RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of ff upwards. Careful attention is given to every account, Sn-.sll. >re Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts mty be in thc names of two or more ptnom, witb- to be made by any one of them or by the plain I D' L "TI Lethbrioge oranch K. Another Big Week-End List that is Crammed "Chuck Full" of Better Values for Your Money Clearing Out Prices on Drug Sundries Palm OUvo Soap; per enke lUv Pulm Olive Crcnm: per jar 39V 2 pound .bar CbtsLilo Soup, bar fawv Le Verges pure 1'Ycm-h Cas- tile Soap; S Itsirs for Olive Oil aJicl Cucum- ber Soap. S bars for.. Hex Flouting UaUi Soap, burs for siianipoo Powders WILT Lax stLLDip) com- plete box Houvieres Tooth Paste Rouvieres Oatmeal Cream "or Face Powder Colgate's Shaving Powder, Cream or Soap Colgate's 75c Per- Cumes for------....... 52.00 Perfumes for Florieut Toilet Water value tor 50c values In Toilet Waters for Lever Bros. Best Cas- tile Soap, 4 bars i'or.. (.bearing 25c 20c 20c lOc ...S1.00 75c Five Rugs that Sold at Clear Just 5 UUKS In llila clearance lot. All Wool Hcolcli 3 ply Pluln grey mure with prclty MUG will! Ian trellis design, nlao greoiis ftiivns CIO rtrt lu follsso verdure effects. Koiiulnr fli'.OO........ 9 Call and Have the Pianist Play Over the Latest Music For You "We have added lo tills sloro a aplcmlia SiKieL MuBlc Station, featuring nil tllu ncwesL ;uid niosl pojiular SIjeuL .Music. Her'.-- you find u [liuoist iviio will Ivy over any selection yon mP.y diJBin; lo hear. Quicli Glcurancc ProniiHcd, rupuhir Sheet Music for 25c To introduce lliis now ilwnlmeut, J'or Krjd.-iy and Snlunlny we arc offering sonic ot our newest copies of Shoct Muaic at this uiiUBually low pricu. They include Harmony Hay, Uc.'uitiful Roses, Army aild Navy, Jlnndy, I'm Coming Duck to You, At the JUssIssIppi Calharct and nmny others. Spcrial 12 for..... 45 in. Organdies-Too good values to last Qenuliful 45 Inch embroidered values up 4 QC to ?2.00. On salt tomorrow, por yard ...............9 I Bcintirkable Offering oi' lieiiiitifiil Silks 79c These lovely Messaline Silks on sale this 3G Inches wide. Choose from IS dilicrent colorings. Tlie regular price IB ?1.25 a yanl. Per yard viiliies in Hand Bags spec- ially priced :it Choose from these good quality Hand Bags. Materials are high grade leathers in ibJaclr aDd colors. Just 20 in all. Regular i values for Childtcn's Celluloid Brush null >SctN Children's Ct'llulolcl Comb aud Brurli Sets, all ueatlj- fixed 1'ancy Ijox. Just tho lliing j for thc little folks. Special per set......, Your Week-End Grocery List is Here Tomatoes; 3 lins tor Corn, Peas or Beans; 4 For tin Crcwse Dlackwell Vinegar, ImperlaJ qt. Robertson's Pineapple Marmalade Van Camp's Soups; Vegetable. iloclc TurUe, Chicken Price I Uw CALIFORNIA FRUITS The Best Canned Fruit that we can possibly :.oifer to Royal A- Vae Lsmou Cling P'ei- chcs, Grapes, Apricots and Sliced Reg tin Libby'a Pineapple; 3 tins tor Rice; pounds for Corn Flakes; 3 picketB 1'or Roman 'Meal; Por packet Cowan's Baking Choco- late, per pound Rolled Oats; pounds for........ St Charles Milk; per tin Dack Bacon; Per pound Swift's Empire Picnic erg (half or piece) per pound Fresh Eggs; 2 dozen Cor Crisco; per tin 6Sc and Lever's Castile Soap per har Sunlight Soap; 11 bars for....... 23 (bars for Lux; 3 for Parish! ne; 3 Gold Dust; Is, Per packet 6 pounds for Oranges; Per dozen and Frcih Celery, Lettuce and' Rhu- barb Dally. 35c 25c 25c 25c 40c 38c IQc 25c Should- 15c 35c 35c 25c 50c ....S1.00 25c 25c 5c 25c 25c New iSliipmcnt of Men's Gloves have Just opened a shipment Men's Gloves. Tlicse ore unlined styles In WorJt Uloves. Prlcea range from COc'toiF I MCII'N Gauntlet Driving Gloves In Men's Uamltlp.l Driving Gloves. Thla line is of heavy lioraehlde. Fancy OK Extra Special per pair.......JP I vfiw Grey Flannel Shirts Men's fancy grey Flannel Sliirte with soft col- lars and French r.uffs. Is a special Una and represents good value at 9ale Price.................. Candy Special Cowan's Milk Chocolate Medallions; delicious confectionery; per pound The Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees will not be Here Until May 5, 6, 7 and 8th We are in receipt of a telegram from the Prairie Nurseries, advlilng us that It will be Impossible to have the Trees here before the 5th. The datea then will be 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Instead of 3rd, 4th and 5th as previously advertised. With every purchase ol one Tree Free We will also sell Ihe Trees 20c cacti, 3 for 50c Grand Clearance of 25 ladies' High Grade Suits at each Beautiful Dress Suits in the latest TVor- "steds and Serges. Colors navy, grey, green and sand. Plain tailored and military skirt. Each Is C4Q Cf) an .exclusive model oC dignified design. Extra Special 4! I.WiWW Corset Clearance fiat- Here are 75 pairs of Ladies' Corsets, made of fine light weight coutll, four hose supporters, suitable for average figure. Eitra Special Q3C Children's Dresses clearing at Goc Pretty little French styles in these Children's Dresses. Mater- lila are striped jrinsliams. Colors are blue- and tan. Sizes from 2 to 8 years. Kxtra Special Hen! Here are Oxfords Priced at 50 pairs of them. A celebrated "Englisli "brand oE footwear, made from genuine Oak Buck Tanned Leathers and alwnya recog- nized of the best Hudson's Hay values. CO QQ Black and style Oxfords Men's "K" Boots J6.00 valuea in Men's 'Boots. 136th tan and black In range. All selected materials in new Spring OK Sale Price..........................................