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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 4�AGE FOUR *rnE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1,191(J IctbbriDoc, Blbevta DAILY AND WEEKUY Subscription Ra\es: Daily. dGlivered, per year .. Dally, by mall, per year---- NVcckly, by mull, per year .. ...?3.00 ...51-00 TELEPHONES Dtislncsss Offii'e ............ Editorial uffue ............ W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Maiiaslng Director lUisiuoss Mauager i >..ur King and Country i^eed You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR While the Greek Kinjr lias bi'eii loudly protestlujr liie interference by allied powers with Ciermau consulates in Greece, lie liat^ i)teii .^ei'rctly aidin,:; the Teutonic allies lit their submarine Tv-artaro in the .Mediierranean l>y supplying bases for tiieae tindcrwatcr craft. Evidenc-.: to this effect is said to be in possession of the allies, and will be made public at the proper time. Italy is sendini: forward more troops to aid the Albanians in their defence I against the invading Austri-fina. The Russians, in their campaign against the Turks, have surrounded Erzenim, an important town. On the Russian front iii the nortli, the German troops are suffering tin-itold hardships and the loss of many men in the marshes. On the west front, French troops liave repulsed German attacks and regained ground lost. The Germans claim some further victor}'. A thrilling air battle between airships and a Zeppelin took place over Paris on Sunday, wlien a Zeppelin made a raid on the city, killing two score people^ and was chased by French airmen. Britain's authorized force is now stated to be 6,400,000, of which Canada is supplying 500,000 and Australia 300,000. Canada is- to send 20,000 more troops to England at once. butchery which has roused the whole world. liistcn to what Iho editor ot the Hudsonlte, published in Hudson, Soutli Dakota, says about the land ot his forefathers: 'What Is there to be snid of n piece of iincalled-ror barbarism like that? Don't you think It makes me feel ashamed of my German birth when to their distorted military minds such outrageous things ;iro deemed necessary? And don't you ktiow that the good people of Germany deplore tho act as much as I? But what can thoy do with tho iron hand at their throats and u war-nuid ' Kaiser prodding them on'; "Miss Cavell nursed German soldiers as well as Belgians and iOnglish. and i)erformod her duties as liend nurse in the hospitals impartially. Why did not the stern. Germans de-I ose her and send her about iter business when they tcok Urussols? Why did they not have charity enoucii to send her out of tho country, or even place her in a prison, instead of trying a woman on a comparatively triv. ial charge like that, at five in the afternoon, and shooting her like a do^ This Advertiseitient may induce you to try the first packet of but we rely absolutely on the inimitable flavour and quality to make you a permanent customer. We will even offer to give this first trial free if you will drop us a postal to Toronto. Blt3 farmers are Sending Petition For a Storage Elevator Here f)ICKED UP IN ASSINGdZIl FOR THE BUSY MAN  5. Tlie eli>vator would deal jdamp ;,nd tough grain. ; H. 'i'iu' seroonini;s woulil he avail-at two in ,he tnornlngV It is so.ne- l^^^^^":^:^^)^ tlJ^d^^U^. (ConTixriT. inimi Fitoxr Page) with Loading to boat and 10 Htoraire .\c, ................ days S.OO thing that no one can condone, and 1 [ don't see how the Germans, with all their 2'atriotism and love of fatherland, can, away down in their hearts, sanction any such action, or expect: .").") (lays ..................... Commercial Terminal Stop-oili ......................... Kiev, and Loadins; to boat anil 10 davs storage l-3e...................... - . and (hey winild save the frfJLjht on such screcniiiss, wliich wouli! otherwise he Carried along with their uraiu to Fort U'lUiam. T- The storage c'.evalor at Leth-bridge would remove the com^f'stiuu to win the struggle they are engaged ,-in the local elcvaUns, ;u\d ruaiilo the, in bv such outrages. i i.'.nners to haul their grain from tlie : ''^�'^ ................. ,/, , . ,, , , . ii'arm tn Uw railroad ducing the win-: Government Internal "I hate to think about it. much less.,when thcv caiuiot he engawd in meat Lake Terminal talk about it, and it makes me asham- i;inn ojieratious. ' days, JCtl.On. ed-ashamed of iny people over there ; The grain crop.s from tlie liiT ! foiiiMifn'ia! Tormina who have gone war-mad, and whose ="'''''\'e. ............. $20.83 and Ckixcrn-I'llCiator, 85 lOlevator, 85 Heavy orders tor lumber for use on the prairies arc being received at I'enticton, 13.C, mills. sense of right and .wrong is strangely, i;.V,\wo',OOo' terrildy distorted. Had Miss Cavell ' liVdy to e and had done suyh \ We refer have l)een a heroine., ehargcs preinr.-d hy'dic I'-nglish ^he wis shot ' t-o.mniissioners, show- ,,,,,,.,,.� c , I,- 111 The burial took pliice at Toronto of tomparison of haadhng ami Btor-: ^i^,,^ Hlackbttrn, a wilely pmentS, In- K-,n,.,-, n^o incur-mci. mm. a-ie rat^s on all-rail shipi Inior I'^levators Klevators Interior vs. Lake Terminal known lire insurance man. The -Alaiiiloba government has ir Terminal Kievator, basis ' ^i, 3 T uVe lOiiO bus. wheat, tU-vator and 105 'M'POint a u^e stock cJtnti..s- days storage. $�0.00. Vorl William and I'orl Arthur Tormina! Kievator, elevation and 105 BRITISH ADMIRAlMiS; . ' ROVAL NAVAL CLUB, To the Zatn-'Buk Co. Portsmouth, England. Dear Sirs,-1 have found Zam-Buk most reliable for healing cuts and abrasions; TyhUc for the relief ot skin irritation It is Invaliinblc. " (Signed) RODNEY M. LLOYD, Admiral. ENTIRE CREW PRAISES ZAM-BUK. ' From Admiral to stoker, all grades of .wrvicc praise Zam-Huk. StoVer KinRS-nortb, or H.M.S. " Coclir.me," siiy.s:-" I slipped and fell on an cxh.iuiit steam pipe, which fairly frizzled the skin on my arm. At oiicc the .ship's surgeon ilrcsscd the burni but the injury would not bcr^ owing to a lot of dirt from the pipe causing blood-poison. I wn.i in fearful pain and didn't know bow to gel case. " Kor weeks 1 remained under Ircalmcnt, but the ordiiiary^olntmcnts proved no pood. Indeed,.. I got worse. I therefore obtained a .supply of Zam-Uuk and almost 31 �oon 4s this was applicil I got ease. Krnm the very first application, healing cointnenced ; and a lew boxes of Zam-lluk healed my wound completely." 2km-Buk ru/es eci�ma, ulcrrs, iibscesnes, rlnt-worm, hiA Utr, varlcoRe ulctra, pMch. colil sores, chaupcd hxtii, kablci* loro, tic. AU tloiet utOc, or iieil Iiee ffom Zam-Buk Co., 'roionlo, lot price. FREE TRIAL BOX will be lent on receipt of this �,drer-tUcmeat uDd Ic. ktamp for t)o�tace. EA^BY HOME NEEDS IT BRITISH NURSE BRINGS PET FROM BELGIUM Major-Geiicral Lcssard has liocii , - ........ . - - - - granted three months' leave of ab- on earth, stand for such iron rule: ^ P�niissioa to travel | Wbv don't thev ditch that warmn.i ili i'"'.* a savmc in' We rcspectitdly request the Domin-1 abroad.  ditch that ^^ar.mad usin- an Interior Stora..;c Kievator ion Goveinmer.t to- build an Interior I-^aiser of theirs and take the reins 01 rather than the elevators at Fort Storage l^lcvatuat 1 cthbridire at jAMliiam .and I'ort Arthur. ; once. " - " ' Bovernment into their own hands?" King or Kaiser-w-hich? It Is suggested that Chief Hardy ot the police and fire departments may now be known as "Big Chief." It is reported that W. J. Bryan will so to Stockholm. We presume Pnsi-dent Wilson will raise no objection. Government Internal and Government | '^'''^ petition is forwarded bv us to Lake Terrr.inal Elevator ifr ^'^''-'-I'tesidcnt cf ,, , _ . 'llic 1 nile:l I'\Trmei-s oi .\lhcrta at Stop-on .......................S fi.OO LethhridLC. with the reouest that he t^lc\. .and lodavs storage Ac. 5.00 send it ;,t once to Sir Clcorgc E. Kos-30 days storage .'.c. 5.00 tcr, .Minister of Trade and Commerce. The Dominion economic and development commission proposes to appoint a staff of experts to conduct investigations. AN INTERNAL ELEVATOR Archbishop Hruchesi expressed a fervent desire f-or peace in the school matters in Ontario between the French and the English. Large sums of money are being sent from the French-Canadians in Manitoba- to their compatriots in Ontario to aid them in the bilingual strug.gle. WHAT.OF CANADA'S 1916 CROP? l.iot winter at this time Western C:.nada farmers were beginning to hear of the great movement, torn in O-.Lav.-a, for ."Patriotism and Production." Farmers were told, and rightly so, that the most patriotic and tielp-tul tiling they could do would be to put in as many acres ot crop as possible in lOli), putting them in under the best of methods, in order tliat '] Canada might reap an enormous crop ; to feed Great BriUin and her Allies. The farmers did so, and we know the result-Canada has a great exportable surplus of grain, and the country was never more prosperous. ' But what of 10107 Today is February 1, and spring begins to loom' tip. WHiat are the farmers going to , do? The Western Standard takes tho , jiosillDD seriously, urging special Bteps to see to it that Canada does her duty to the Empire In 1916 in regard to her production of crops. It iays: If it was Important for Canada last year to havo large increases In crops, it Is equally so this year. The recovery in business has tended to distract public attention from the crops tiuestlon. For the payment o( Canada's large war commitments we must 3iavo steady progress in output. The weathSr Is, of course, beyond control, and It has a powerful say in what the harvest shall be, but even it the ex-'traordlnary yields of last year are not 'again attained for several years tho area planted should go on expanding. Are steps being taken to .urge an-cther special year ot crop expansion? St not, they ought to be. Tho oicop-tlonal returns from the yield now being marketed ought of themselves to !be a snfflclent Iacen>'ve to larger production, But a con ilderablo part ot the Canadian army now overseas and in training at home consists ot farm-era' sons and farm i-.olp. Wltliarawal of effective labor from the farms may tend to diminish the area under cultivation. Farmers who have dono ra-marltably well In one year do not always come biiek to their cropping with ctjual vigor, they "take it a little euaier." Under the special circuni'-KtancoB of Canada's position as a tielligereut, there ought to bo no let up in government efforts to develop our farm output, lor we shall need �fory largo eropB for several years to pull us triumphantly thro.ugh the �world's financial crisis, done." Medicine Hat's chief of police has resigned to become a captain in the 175tli. The Lethbridge chief has surely set a good example. 01 the (ioveriinicnt will not ilelay long in worth, couiiciilor, at the special clec-.:e erectms an laterior Storage IClcvaior , lion held in that viliage. Nearly 10,000 women and ehildren, dependents of soldier.^, were reci'i'.ed .\ note on this subject has been .and weight, for shipment east imd added to the animal report o( the we.st. i William J. Ilawlcv was elected president oi the Lilhbridt;p Hoard ot , U is to be hofed that tho Dominium ' ree\e of Fort Erie ami Bavid Z\\6- - Trade, auii this will appear in " " A battalion numbers 1154 inen and ' "port in booii form, which will m..��= T ntiii,ri,i.Tlif.n ha-s besn l.akcn i Imnrovemeiits in the working o-ondi- ^""^ the matter llioroushly, th- iii.niual .sine? this report was lirst published, tions ot the longshorenun of St. paragraph is 1 e.c icproducej and to the .statement that the elevator at ,loiin are awarded by the conciliatiDii the note follows: ICaJ^^arv is out of our direct line to board. Interior Storage Elevator the I'acilic). If one of the Interior Stora;e Kli-' The lollouing note is therefore add-vators had been ereeti'd bv the Lo- i^-' minion Govcrniiieiil in Lolhbrid,l;c, it' The distance from Lethbridge via ' by Sir .lohn and Lady Ilendric at lb would tia\e been oi tV.e greatest, ser- d'ows .Nest to Golden on the main city hall, Toronto, vice to our tarniers during this se.t- line of the C.I'.U., is just umUr forty - The war e.xpenditure entailed on the ' son. .\s it is, a ronsidfrable p;:rt of nnk^ gr.'ater t'.i.in via Calgary._ But While repairing a Hydro-Electric citv of Toronto to date has been 51,- tl'c crop raised in this district is lind- a big part of llic route to Vancouver .wire in front of his home at Toronto ^y^ rr>,,^.,�, 1 , ,.o, f..,J, ins ils �av to the Storaue Elevator via the Crow and the Kootetiay Cen-j Bernard lIc.Mahon toucheo Christian , K--^Uave^actuany^^^^ Science Monitor has the foUowing: j world's markets. "What Bhali United Statosians call i A district having a crop .n' themselves that will distinguisl from Canadians and Ecuadorl us say? The issue will not dow It grows more acute the more tre- dealing with touch grain and grain oi ki.'ltow island, Hrant, ,. . . quent are the contacts ot citizens ol ;'-"w giade ; and to cnahle farmers to and Luiidbreeic, and there will soon a new pair of trousers, the old ones the nations of tho American cunll ' "''^"�'^ a leisonable portion ot ilieir^he another from Sufiield ami I'.etlaw. having been ruined by the girls. li i Lethbriii: c is a natural i\riss Lillian Frohman i.s wearing a hat made of fitly new $1 hills, which was m.ide and given her by her bro-coUectiiig t.her, C.'harles .J. Krohinaii, a Coluiii- ish them ' "I'l'-rnilude to mar:.ct is surely cntit- point for no less than seven conserg- bus, Ind;, milliner, ians, let ''^" ''"^ iat'i'ilifs that can be ing lines each roughly covering one i - 3wn -ind easing transportation hundred miles of grain crnwing tcrri-; Several voung womt �-J"" during periods of car shortage; ii.r torv from Cardston, Coutts, Pakow-' fined $1 ciich, to''eno .;omcn strikerH were . enable Patrolman High River, Liebhaiiser, of Newark, N.J., to huv nents. The Parisian way of differon-tlating Is to say 'North Amoricans.' But both Mexicans and Canadians are also North Americans. Is a way out to be found in the name "Csonian,' tiio derivation of which Is obvious? Governmental action and precedent will count for most when any change is made, but 11 should be used on a preliminary campaign of educatlou. It is a case whore Iho people have to be led and aliown tliu Inconsistencies and gaucbericB of tho present habit, BO easy to explain on blslorical groimds, and so didlcult to defend when facing the conditions of such a conference of Americans at Washington has Just welcomed." PAINTERS Our new catalogue is ready for you, and Is 'brimful of useful facts, faithful Illustrations, valuable dea-crlptlona and rig:ht prices. It's thoroughly revised and greater than ever. With our catalogue you can toll what you OUGHT to pay for any goods you requlro. Write at onco for a copy, IT'S PIIEB, The Western Paint Co. WINNIPEG, MAN. If in Winnipeg at the Blgi Bonspelli, Jreb, 22-28, call anclBeo us' ' lire-proof elevulor ;.t lo-' When the Li tlibridge elevator he-; m their own �-'i: ii\ so;came lilled to c;ipacitv as it undoubt-' Oilicial statistics of the foreign may be able to ijike .id- e lly would he very often, . shipments' trade of Argentine in 1015 show iin-f.ufs from the south and cast of Leth- ports of $228,802,000 ; exports ot bridge le fined .speeincally tor Van- $358,280,000. Imports decreased $45,-cnuver eiuild be sent on to the cleva- 000,000, and e.vports increa,sed $200,- crop in a cal pe.ir.t that thev vantaie of such advantaL'eoas as mav oiler, anil to enable iaiiiuM:: to finance on goveimnent . aielio;i-;e receipts showing government .era le lor at Calgary. I 000,000. (^EKMANY INSTALLS BIG WIKKLESS STATION Photo shows new German wlrelestj station recently InKtalied on tho outsklrtB ot Portland, Maine, by Gorman capital;fo.r tho better hanUlUig-oi: meBsngee botweyu tho United States and Germuny, Of course U U "the most aiowerful In Uio wortO." � " '" . . .... , v ' A British nurse who. has just returned from Belgium brings with her a pet canary which has shared her troubles during the time she has had to stay with the Huns. T HEADACHY, BILIOUS, SICK, G0N8IIPAIE BEST FOR LIVER AND BOWELS, BAD BREATH, BAD COLDS, SOUR STOMACH. WOULD LIKE TO GIVE $1,000,000 TO BELGIAN RELIEF COMMISSION New York, Jan. .'it.-"f am able to say without reserve, that although 1 have had occasion In the past to inspect many methods of public relief in various countries, 1 iiave never before seen one that can compare in enieiency, thoroughness and wisdom with the system now being employed in Belgium through the combined efforts of tlie Belgian Rellet Commission-and the Comite National," said Mr. William C. Edgar on his return from Belgium. Mr. Edgar adds: "Furthermore, it I hpd a million or Ave million dollars placed at my dlpposal for the relief of the Belgians, I would not hesitate for a moment to put it at the command of this organization, confident that it would employ It to the best advantage of the' people, and that not a dollar would .be wasted, or misapplied." It is frankly stated that Mr. Edgar went to Belgium skeptical of the elllc-lency w'itli which relief was being dispensed, but his own statement above is suinciont to show that he was convinced of the value of the work being done by the relief committee. .Mr. Edgar's trip was in the hiter-osla of the "Northwestern Miller," ot .Minneapolis, a publication which raised nearly ?600,000, which was applied to tlie purchasing of ilour and sending It to Belgium, Got n 10-eont box. .Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold-always trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the Intestines, instead of being cast out of the system is reabsorbed into tho blood. When this poison reaches tho delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, take the excess bile from tho liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent Box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet, breath riglil, complexion rosy and your liver and bowels regular f6r~ months.-Advertisement. ? ? ? ? ? a battalion for overseas ser- : vice has been accepted by the ; department of militia. The unl- ? versities of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and ? Manitoba will each raise a : company. The presidents ot ? these institutions were In con- ? forence with the minister to- : day. : ? ? ? > �: : : : : > ? : RAISE $160,000 AT PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia, Jan. lil.-More than $150,000 was contributed to the .lew-Isb war relief fund at a town meeting held hero tonight under the auspices of the Philadelphia hraiicli of tho American Jewish, relief committee. 25,000 MEN THREATEN WALKOUT London, Jan. 31-Denmark is threatened with serioUB labor troubieB, according to the Times Copenhagen correspondent, ,wlio says that strikes involving 25,000 men will begin Tuesday, mostly hrtho shipyards. rlfi 'fortheJL kidneys^ What They Have Done " 1 suffurej n great many years with kidney trouble : trit-d several renicdieS) and Rhfy doclors' nicdicino, .villi no result. Two ye.irs ago 1 re.-^U'aii fld. ill a ncw.s-napur of "GIN PILLS FOK THK KID. NKYS," and i^cat fi�r two boxes. They did iiie more good than all tlie medicine f had ever l.-ikcn. Alter I u^ed ilie first two I .lent for two more boxes, niid-l am sritisficd. aiul also know, that Gin I'ljl.; are ihu best kidney remedy made, I used 111 liave to rise three or four timcH In die iii.sjiit ; now I can sleep and don't hu-.'e to get up at all, thanks lo CilN PILLS. Am scvenly-tvvo years old, s.\ ALliXA.NDKR LA DUE, Wnlorlown, N,Y. SOc. a box at all DruBt'isis. Sauiiilc free nijon request lo National Drug: & Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. Sold and recommended by Tho Kenny & Allin Co., Ltd., The Prug-Book Store, next Dalhis Hotel, Phono 1.187. ^ THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ' SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O., l.L.D., D.C.L., PrcalJent JOHN AIRD, C�i^aral Mananer H. V, I'. JONES, AssU Ciniernl Mnriacar V.O. DROWN .Superintendent o( Coiiirul Wc�torn Hnineheii CAPITAL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 FARMERS' BUSINJESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Famiers every facility for the transaction of their banking liusiness, jncliidinfc' tlie discount aii^ collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes Hre suppUeii free of chariie on application. W02 Uthbri4ge Branch - R. T. Brymner, Mgi ;