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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 4SIS THE LETHBniDGE WEEKLY HERALD FACE SEVEN I 10 per cent off Athletic Tennis Racquets Except Tennis Balls, Footballs and Goli Balls. This Specia} Discount is good only until SATURDAY, MAY 8th, 1915. Special Discount to Clubs, Send for Sporting Catalogue S3.50, ijtf.OO, fiifi.OO, ifiJO.OO mid Tennis Balls TliG [unions D. A. llacquot made in from that will re-nr.iin in llm satno condJUon under r icinperuturc-s, iiml Ihe rrnnic IK absolutely guiiranlowl to keep ite shupe. Pricos: BASEBALL Boys1 r.Iovo, Hat 01 "x nut! Tlic famous "iissoys. B fc A. 1915 maltc. liacli -Joe, or 54 75 per dozen net. Last season's Tennis Balls 25c each Footballs have been able to secure the values ever offered in this line, mtulo from best cowhide ami hand seu'n: Genuine McGregor, complete' price Price injilete Price i J Complete Price I Complete Price Extra Para Bladders Price each................ Football Price 50c Roller Skates Tlie famous "Winslow is un- equalled in Hie world for excellence of design, material anil workmanship. Adjuslible lo fit any boot. J. Tlip-Colnmluan Rifles Hoys' Pattern, Patent Ball Zii Suvage Junior, .22 calibre ojrj AO Price Little Scout, -22 calibre ffl-> %tf> Salc WJnchesler Model QQ Price each Baseballs 15c. 2-5c. 7oc and Bsiscnioji's and Baseball Bats 2.5C, :ioc. oOc. T.'ic, and Uniforms Tlie very best values that, can be obtained: No. Per Su.it, Fielder's filcn'cs 3oc, 75f, iiJid Catcher's Our line of Baseball Goods, for val- ue, style, perfect material and adap- tion to the garne cannot be equalled, Fishing Tackle iiis From 25c up Special Steel' Bod: Fish Hooks, dozen. ,5c Pishing Lines From lOc up to. Spinners, Trolling, Basting Spoons from 35c up ro ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. LTD. 306 Fifth Street, Lethbridge. Some Samples Billy Sunday's Pulpit Talk X. ,1.. April umifiJU in liin I'ur fusil. was NV.'Uininn ilie iind ihi> audience in that Illti I'llHK your like a musical coim.'dy success. j "liV uom- ui' your wlitii. wiili my inoiM-y any more Hum it's my business you do yours II dnn'l nuiller if it or Is.'iirl .Sunday, as hn to luiilce an appeal for n L-ood colUselion. To- mulct's Hie monuy ihe of Llin S-lH.'iI. Tin1 prelimimiry oxpen- '.A nun) I'iilled n Hnifiur [liP Kjilici- in.1 wenL on. "U'K a He. 3'1'vf-- lifMMi" offorc.l ijioon ;in liour for tg iliirij ilnys on ;i pljiU'orrn. I run earn (Munich in a lo nup- liorl my wilr and cliildrcn foi' ;i year. in'icn. for Hit1 IUOMI.-S. Iji'on ofl'or- i'd ,i by :i Nuw York j'.-fk'f in fro (knvu UK.TO do n IjilJt' jHiuin lifiuen minutes afternoon and JL- veiling in vaudeville. I wouldn't. it (or nil inoutn1 in tlie j vaults in York. j t'iin oui and situ: and iiet STd'lO a niplii. is worifj il. Jlt-'u Uik'iil. Hin if ;i projiclior luippeus jlo st-L Hint nuii'lj lu-'s a .lack etuml ntj an hour of so and uoi inn In- jjiiltiu! r.'.il ol' it. Xoltoily kicked (ay kid away fruiu the teachers." he continued, and then he (raised bis best applause of the cvcn- iiiig iljy crying- jit full voice, "Yes. and they're trying to drive the Bible out of ihe schools. I'll never stand on God's dirt and let politicians pay pol- itical debts by making the schools political pawns." Hrj grabbed a chair and swung" it jit ami's length abonL his head. "If you don't like the way do things in America, beat it." The audience od bin) to the echn. The applause died down. Then it llasheu again as loud as before. CJeorge M- Cohjui scorns to have his influence on Sunda.y. He is always waving the Stars and SLripos. Last Ju'Sht be recalled that ballad, "If I ,llad Fifty Million by saying: "h: our standard of gold and silver Abrabinn ivas worth David was worth and Solomon more than 'Solomon rould have had Carnegie-for Ills chuuffenr. Rockefeller to c-nL his lawn, and Morgan for his Sutler." 1 muc them, LIEUT. BALL DIES Winnipeg. .Man., April pri- vate cable message received here to- day announces the death jn a, hospital' at Boulogne, Kran.ce, of Lt. A. R. Bait of tlie 106tli Winnineg Lifflit lafantry. who previously rejiorted wounded in the fighting at Vpve.s. Hev. T. 11. McNair has been elected, secretary of the Manitoba social ser- vice council. Dunning's Hotel, King street west, Toronto, has made an assignment. Investigates the Effects of Gases Used by the Germans London, April Secretary ot the msn died bliortly after State [or IVav iouisht issllcil to the onr arrival. A post mortem exainina- Cauadiaii .Usocialcd i'rc-ss a letter tioji showed that death was due to from Doctor John S. Haldane. F.H.: acute bronchitis and its secondary ci- S., an authority on respiration, air feet. There was no doubt Iliat the :inaJysis, etc., wlio ivcnt to France broncbjtis and accomptinyins slovv as- to observe and cilccts o[ the phyxiation was due .to gas. teases used by Ihe enemy alons the G front in Frai'wr, and io report the "Captain lltrtram, of Hie EighUi must, ofllcicnt means oi resisting the Canadian Battalion, who is suBMing attacks. The dnctor devotes his re- cficcts of gas and irem ]iorl almost ciilircly to lion- ths Can- Bounds, saj'S thai from a support iiilians ivcrc i-nectcd. He cxamineil trench about six hundred yards [rom several who hail been incapacitated thc Clerman lints he observed the by tlie gases ri'lcasoil liy I'hc tier- Bas. .He ripst of all ivhilc smoke mans in oprnins their attacks near. rjsini, jrom the Herman' trenches to YpiTs, wliicli liegan last, week. IheiglM of about-three [eel. Then in Dr. Haldane a t was in [iaU fl-ont wlilto smoke appealed a as foUo'iVS green cjouri which along the "1, wiln Sir llcrriiislnim, Kronml lo onr (Tenches, not rising I contultins nhysieian lo tlie British morc lhm about seven feet from tlis force, fMlllined several men of the i (Mnaduns alilie.nng from tbe COULD NOT BRKA7H1! I These men were lyins struggling for j "uiion it reached our first trenches lircalh and nine in the face. On rx- these trenches were ob- iiniiuiiiK their blood with a spectro- lo leave, and nuiiibcr ot them scope and hy other means, 'I aseer- wcrc killeil by the cltepts ot the gas. taincd Ihal llic liliiwicss was nol due Wc made a countei'-ati.apk about fit- to Ihe presence di any abnormal pig- utter tlie gas came over, racnt. ujui saw In ciil y-fmir men Ij-ini; dead IKfllTANT GAS from tlie eliwls of the gas, on a "There was nothing lo account lor small stretch road, leading irom the hlneness and Llicir struggles tor tl.e adi'anccii trenches to Hie sup- air but one fact, and that wns they ports, lie Itimseif li-as much alTfirtcd ivri-e sufieriitg from acute broncbills, liy the gas iclt as though he; such 11.1 is caused by tho inhalnlion could not breathe.' I of -MI irrilanl Tlicir statfments .LV KHK1..L.S, TOO u-erc the clTrcl tliat when in the j "These synijitoins and other facts trenches they had been overwhelmed so far ascertained, point to the, use by by an irritant gas in front jlhc CJcrniiin of chlorine or of the Gentian trenches nnd cariied i bromiiir for "i i toward..them by a scnt'c J lion.'-There pointing i to the ii.sc in German shells of oflicr irrilunt substances. Still, tbc last ot these agents arc not the. same bru- tality and barbarous character'as the fas used in the attack on the Cana- ians. ellccts are not those oi any i oi the ordinary products of. comhus- j tion of explosives. On this point the I symptoms left not the slightest doubt- in my mind." Dr. Haldanc is an authority-on Uic physiology ot respiration.- He has served on several Royal Commissions and carried out several oilier imiuir- J ivs on public health questions (or the government. Election Not Favored by Canadians parliamentary correspondent -believes, M'JJl WASTE BASKET PUBLICITY (New York Herald) The waste basket is an article of convenience that is to be found IB neaily office, study or library in the land, and is the common receptacle 1'ur Lorn scrape of paper, circulars nnd other useless tilings. Ex- cept when Beurcliing for some lost pos- session no one ever examines tho con- tents of n waste basket, but these rare investigations always bring to light advertising matter received hy mail and cast a'way unopened. Now, the waste basket cannot read circulars and is unable to buy any of the things lhat they seek to eip'ioit. It dirert.ly In the production of used In war operations. Sydney Suffers By Big Blaze1 the government intends to appropriate [has no need for corsets or groceries two-thlj-ds of the surplus profits made lor clothing, no money to invest in div- by all firms engaged directly or in-] idend paying securities or to deposit in hatihs. And yet men of supposed com- mercial acumen spend large sums of money each year in futile attempts to convert the waste hnskets of ths coun- try into customers. They might just as well address the garbage palls, and they undoubtedly, would if fhey could only find.a aure medium of coinmuni- ________ cation. London, April Toronto] i The merchant who wishes to.reach L correspondent of the Times; ..ISKUICS I Sj-diiti. N. .S.p April (lisas- ten thousand waste baskets must pay the Urltish nubile attain today tlmt in-'trotm lire swept Ihe business dis- some one for'writing his circular. The (Ilcations suggest an IntaerilnLe dls- Mncl on CharlolK'Sl. Ibis morning, nrlnd'ng, tbe paper; tbe envelopes, the solution nf Parliament. On this sub- Ifii tlie course in" wliieli scrcral build- the addressing and the ycsi- will bring the cost to a per aros isuia now over here reveals Umt pvcn the ground, with a loss o[ Known Lo an enormous number of pou- snpporlers ot the Horden government j portly covered by i-ihle buyers. ilisiipprovc [lie iioldlnp of an election! The .Alinto Hotel, in which was lo- at urcEenU They further say tlmt nl-'pnLcd Dominion Kxprcss Co., was! McCUTCHEONS ARE 'u COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Tortiuo, Out., Apri'J Me- C'ujchcon brothers come uii in police t'oiirt on- Tour charges of tlieft lin's marn.'ng. One of tbe 'was wJth- drawn by Iho Crown. The cvidenco in nuiuuuii HI i-iiriiitmcnt. un tins suo-ifirtnc course of wliieli several biiiJu- Joiding, me annressmg ana me yci .iect the'London coi'respcndenl or .the j nigs were wiped out. i age stamps will bring the cost to Manchester G.uarrtian today siiys that started in Ltd., EUUI ttnt, wiaely eycut in ncH'sprip coin'eraaliqn wltli Ciiniuf-.'furnishing JIOHBC, trliich was r.izcrt KM'advertising, would make his war though present Govcnnnunt razr'd to liu1- Broiinil. also the most Hholy be rat urn erf again, mfll, hlocN. hoJdJnn snnp parly election 'would j The is esliiijalcd al JlCT.OOO be he'nl In remembrance against them.! pai liy covered by insurance. As recording Canadians' votes on 1 the baUlcfldd, il is doubtful SIDNEY HALL KILLED whether the. vcles would "bo legally j .Saskatoon, Ajiril Sidney sound, unil nrobnbly tlicro would be i Hall is reported killed today, a Iclc- jiu excL-Ucnt chnnrt! of the iirrn'rcccivrd from Ihe bciivn unset by tin: Canadian courts i militia department by irfc dr.id sol- barked un by tlio Privy Council. Idicr'u sistcij .Miss DaisyilliU. heard, and (lie nuiglatrato V.-djumiMed 1 Ihe deCendanls. for other caans were marked' for fuo Grand Jnri'. to ilp.tlrie. knows- about the finer ;