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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OPAGE FOUR fa- THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1916 !lLctl5bri5oc, Blbevta PaiLy and weekly Subscription Rates: Daily, deliveml, per year ......5i.P0 Dnily, by mail, per year........53.00 JVeokly. l�y n"'"' re ......^^�'^^ telephones Dnslncsa, Of floe ........... Editorial Offico ........... W. A. Buchanan John Torrance ilaaaglng Director business Manager j mirsc in tlip 1252 buteliory which has roused tho whole world. IJston to what tUo I'ditor of tlie Hudsonite, published in Hudson, South Dakota, snys about tlio laud ot his forefathers: "What is there to be said of a piece ot uncalled-for barbarism like that? Don't you think It makes mo foe! asliamed of niy German birth when to their distorted military minds such outritgoous things are deemed necessary? And don't you know that tlie jjood people of Germany deplore the act as luuoh ay !? Hut what can they do with the Iron hand at their throats and a war-nuid Kaiser prodding them on7 ".Miss Cavell tiursed Gorman soldiers as well as Belgians and Knglish. and performed her duties as head hospitals impartially. This Advertiseiiiifent may induce you to try the first packet of but wc rely absolutely on the inimitable flavour and quality to make you a permanent customer. Wc will even offer to give this first trial free if you will drop us a postal to Toronto. b 113 ioui- iviug and Couiitry JMeed You Riglit Now ,'. , ~ ; ' . ''i thing tliat no one can condone, and 1 ' thcv witiild siit thi� frAi.ri.t ,m ' Commercial Terminal Elevator ,,, . , , T onic a ios iu the r submarine i , ,7^ , , , � '"^ irfifUit on biiUi ,, Three hundred J  H 1, H,,.,.nn,.,n i>v ''""^ "'^ Gcrmans, with all scrccnin.ns, which would otherwise be Slop-ofl .................................... $ - .liirirers wit on ' ,n the 3Ied enanean hj sup- ^^^.^ ,,,Hotism and love of father- ^^'^icd alonj; with their sraiu to a,v. and 13 days storage -Jc. 7.50 '^.^f^f '''''^ �" ' ases for these underwater awvv down in their hearts ^"^^ W'Hiam. 30 davs stoiafte Ic. lO.lJO j ividence to this effect is said '^'^'^^ their hearts.^ ^ ^.^^^ twvaU.r at I rth- Loadini? to boat and 10 days I....... ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR While tho Greek King has btcii loudly protesting tho interference by j allied powers with German consulates j In Greece, he has beyn secretly aiding : tho Teutoni warfare plying ba craft. Evidence to this effect is said to bo in possession of the allies, and will be made public at the proper time. Italy is sending forward more troops to aid tlie Albanians in their defence. against the invading Austri-ens. The riussians, in their campaign against the Turlcs, have surrounded Erzerum, an important town. ' On the Russian front ii4 the north, | �the German troops are suffering tin ttold men On liave repulsed German attacks and regained ground lost. The Germans claim some further victory. A thrilling air battle between airships and a Zeppelin took place over iParis on Sunday, when a Zeppelin made a raid on the city, killing two score people, and was chased by French airmen. Britain's authorized force is now ptated to be 6,400,000, of which Canada is supplying iiOO.OOO and Australia 300,000. Canada is- to send 20,000 more troops to Etagiand at once. Why did not the stern, Gcrmans dc-j ose her and send her about her busl-uess when they took Urussels? Why did they not have charity enough to send her out of the country, or even place her in a prison. Instead of trying a woman on a comparatively triv- 1 5. Tho elevator would deal ial charge like that, at Ave in the |and tough grain, afternoon, and shooting her like a dot; ' /) scrceninuis would be avail- at two in the morning. It is some- l^i^.^^^^^^^t l^Tl^tit Farmers are Sending Petition For a Storage Elevator Here (CoNTixuKii iitdM Fkont'Page) with ^ Loading to boat and 10 days storase .^c............,................ r..oo [)ICKEDUP IN ASSINGIZZZII FOR THE BUSY MAN !>5 dajs .......................,....... $31.00 Kentucky stat^^ senato dfifeatcd state-wide prohibition by 20 to I'l. Tho Ford Motor Co. wiil erect an assembling factory in Calgary to cost 5200,000. The wholesale litjuor .store ot P. .1, :McManus, Calgary, hurncd down on Monday inorning, $8000 damage. Ed. Brcnnan of Estcvan, Sask., was hurtled to death in a .lire at North Portal, N.D. Kcv. Hoy Vaiimustcr, Presbyterian miiiistcr at Nelson, B. C, dieil Sunday, aged oG. Corp. G. F. Burc ot Maclcod, a member of the 13th O.M.K., has been promoted to the rank of sergeant, Edmonton reports slate that Hon. .v. a. Mackay, K. C, is rccov-rrlng from his recent serious illness. New York strike tor grave higher storage l-3c. sanction any such action, or expect i ..ri.,,, ^^^^ cou^cstion to win the struggle they are engaged ,-in the local elevators, and cnahle the | in by such outrages. i lanncrs to haul t'neir grain from the ' days................. "I hate tothink about it much ip=is i"tilroad ducini; the win-i Oovernment Internal 1 bate to think abou it, much le^s : when thcv cannot he engaged in im-nt Lake Terminal talk about it. and It makes me asham-; farm operations. ' , days, $26.00. ed-ashamed of my people over there i The grain crnp.s from the HI" | Commercial Terminal KIcvator. (JO I I 3.33 !, The vote on the Hydro bylaw at Hensall resulted in favor of the by-^20 83 hey ditch that war-mad is ntork ^ Storn J'^Ftev f'?'- "'^^^'^^P'-'^tfully request the Domin-i abroad. Kaiser of theirs and take the reins ot ^li^^^l^^'^''^^^^ government into their own hands?" King or Kaiser-which? 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 go to Stockholm. We presume President Wilson will raise no objection. Government Internal and Government Lake Tern:,lnal Elevator 'litis petition is forwardrd bv us to .. S. S. Dunham, 2nd Vice-President of investigations, the l"nite:l Farmers of Alberta at The Dominion economic and development commission proposes to appoint n staff ot experts to conduct Sto.p-ofI.................................S B.OO Lcthbridce, with ihr- renuest that he' Archbishop Bruchcsi expressed a i^icv. and l;).days storage Ac. 5.00 send it,.! once to Sir George E. Fos- fervent desire for peace in the school 30 days storage ic. 5.00 tcr, Minister of Trade and Commerce, matters in Ontario between the A battalion numbers 1154 ben and AN INTERNALJLEVATOR A note on this subject has been and weight, for shipment cast and added to the annual report oi the west. , ..imu^i" ^.u,.-t. president of the LLlhbridge Board oi , U is to be hoped that the Uomuium 'rce\e of Fort Erie and David '.-lls-Tradc, and this will appear in llio Government will not delay long in worth, coimcillur, at the special Clcc-report in book form, which will te erecting an Interior riloragc Elevator ilion held in that village. i French and tlic English. Large sums ot money are being sent from the Frcncli-Canailians in Manitoba' to their compatriots in Ontario to aid them in the bilingual struggle, William J. Hawlcy was elected officers, done." Lethbricge says "It can be Medicine Hat's chief ot police has resigned to become a captain in the ITotli. The Lethbridge chief has surely set a good example. Improvements in the working coiidi- ready for distrihutioit in a iew dav.-;. at Lcthbridgc. To enable our readers to understiii'l ; .N'O'I'M-(Exccntion lias been taken i iiiniiuvciinriiLs m miu wwir . the mattrr tliorou^,r^> r>^.,.i,,o^in i, If ,ni, iPifwr.the Great Lakes and the haulage may therefore cause the CP. Col. Borden, ot Halifax, at nresent ofTiccr commanding a regiment there, will undertalte to raise a Highland brigade in Nova Scotia. J. T. Lynch, assistant suporintend- Ihat Pears Cyclopedia, in its 1910 ; Jantic, or to the Pacihc. and could be H- to use the Crow route from Lcth- statistics; doesn't know Medicine Hat! utilised only at a pfi-iiibitive .sacrilic;- bridge and other points to the Paci' OP Lethbrldgo are on the map, while 'n freight charges. Perceiving this, a fic ; (Government inspection tor grade, ________ ________..... ____________ a.ui ��av ui luud} I!, , , ,,,,., ,f , -,npiiin�r � special meeting was called on N'ovnia- of grain would of course bo made at'ent of mails at Chicago, has been ar- xuary 1, and spring begins to loom | ^^igarj ib me centre oi a rancnino .^^j. jg^^_ ^^^^ matter was i oini- L-cthbridge). However that may he, it rested on a charge of taking money tip. Wliat are the farmers going toj^�"�''^' 'I'opulation 8,50. Pears gfHy brought to the notice ot tlio ':an certaiiilv he stated that an elc- from the mails, do? The Western Standard takes the i'^^"''^*''*'-'>' i"**- getting out Its 1815 Board of Orain Commissioners in a vator at Letiibridge could take care jioaitlon aeriously, urging special steps to see to it that Canada docs her duty to the Empire in 1910 In Canadians : and cheapest route to the U S i'^l'^oush Lcthbridgc. regard to her productioa ot crops. It feiiys: 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 (juestlon. For tho payment of Canada's large war commltmentB we must iliave steady progress in output. The .weather is, ot course, beyond control, � and ft has a powerful say In what the harvest shall be, but even it the ox-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 another Bpeciai year of crop expansion? If uot, they ought to be. The oxcop-tlonal ireturns from the yield now being mal-keted ought of themselves to Jbe n sullioleut incent've to larger production. But a oondderablo part of tho Canadian array now overseas and in training at home consists of farmers' BOiia and farm t-elp. \'i''ithdrawal ot effective labor from the farms may tend to diminish the area under cul-livutioh. Farmer.s who have ijono remarkably well in onq y6ar do not always como back to their cropping with oijual vigor, they "take it a little easier." L'nder the special circum-stances ot Canada's position as a Ijelligereut, there ought to be no let up in government efforts to develop our farm output, for we shall need Tory largo crops for several years to pull ua trlumph!>.utly through the world's financial crisis. . QERMAfN DENOUfMCES � CAVELL OUTRAGE , All XJjiHed StatcHiana o! German ' '.jiarontngo art} not jpro-Oonnan, and l!h'oro (ub-pome to -be fcrund who- de-, no.unoq la no unoertala to'rmij''tli'e'HUu1 edition. If you are an United Statesian you may yet be an Usonian. object to the people ot claiming "American" for their own. Many V. A. a. Aird, secretary of the Winnipeg police commission and clerk of the telegram directing attention to il:c of shipments to the Pacific tor grain fact that tite greater propoi-tion of produced of Lethhridee on the the wheat crop ot Alberta is giov.n line from Dunmore to an extent of city police court, is dead, aged sixty-=n districts that lind their logictl 6,000,000 busliplH (not included in the one. He was born at Grafton, Ont. the market , 25,000,000 hi s'lels referred to above - !as running llirough the Letiibridge In the Brantford police court Geo. When the final figures tor tho ship-1 railway yards going castwan's). And Baldwin, colored, was fined $300 or ment of the 1915 crop come I.) be ; of course grain produced south of three months for selling liquor to y V. S. journals arc discussing compiled, it would be found t'.,at ap- Lcthbridgc on the Canlslon, Coutts, .soldiers, the fiuostlon of a distinctive name, ; Proximately 25,000,000 bushels oi and Foremost lines would naturally and In this connection the Christian !actually run through the first use an elevator at Lcthbridgc! Miss Lillian Frohnian is wearing a Science Monitor has the fniintv-fnV- 1 railway yards ot Lcthbridgc to the and such grain would be available hat made of fitly new $1 hills, which factence Mon or has the following. Uvorld's markets. i'e Ollicial statistics ot the foreign s.' that ilicv mav he able lo ^ii-.e .ul- ellv would he very often, shipment!.' trade of Aigentit^e in 1915 ahow Un- it grows more acute tlie more fre- deal) fluent are the contacts of citizens oi \ the nations of tho American contl nents. The Parisian way of difteren tlating is to say 'North Americans But both Mexicans and Canadians are also North Americans. Is a way out to be found in the name 'Usonian,' tiie derivation of which la obvious? Governmental action and precedent will count for most when any change is made, but it should he used on a preliminary campaign ot education. It is a case whore the people have to be led and shown the inconsistencies and gaucherles of the present habit, so easy to explain on historical grounds, and so dimcult to dofond when facing the conditions of such a conference of Americans at- Washington has just welcomed." omen strikers were enable Patrolman vantai-e oi such advantaL'cous i-^i'^s from the souMi aiiil cast of Lcth- ports ot $220,802,000; exports ot as may oiter, and to cn.-xblc lai iiaTf; bridge t'c fined .srecifically for Van- $558,280,000. Tniporls decreased $45,- ito finance on goviuninent vaichoii-'e couver could be stmt on to the clcva- 000,000, and exports increased $209,- ' receipts .showing government graie tor at Calgarv. - 1000,000. ilk � BRITISH ADMIRAL SAYS ROYAL NAVAL CLUB, To the Zam-Buk Co, Portsmouth, Gnsrlnnd. Dear Sirs,-1 hove found Znm-Buk most rcUuble for healing cuts and {ibra�iona: while for the relief of skin irritation it Is invaluable. (Signed) RODNEY M. LLOYD, Admiral. ENTIRE CREW PRAISES ZAM-BUK ' From Admiral lo stoker, .ill grades of umicc pr.aisc Ziim-Buk. Sloltcr Kings-north, ot H.M.S. " Cochr.nni'," fnys :-" I slipped and fell on an exhaust steam pipe, whicfr /(lirJy Ir'uiktS llie skin on my arm. At once the .ship's .surgeon dressed the burn; but tnt injur)- would not he.-i owing to a lot of dirt from the pipe causing blood-poison, I wns In fcarlul p.-iin and didn't know how to gel case. !' For weeks J remained under treatment, but the ordinary ^ointments proved no pood. Indeed,.! got worse. I therefore obtained a supply of Zam-Uuk and almost a� ^on as this wns applied I pot ease. From the very first application, healing cominenccd ; and a lew boxe/ of Zam-IJuk healed my wound completely." Zim-Bok rurei ecMms, ulrrm, ihseetftt. rln�-ivorm, bail irr, varkoit ulcf r�. pllcp. cold aotes, ctiijiitd hisdi, blMti' loici, tit. All loiti >t �0c., ot poll titc Horn Z�ni-Buk Co., Toionto, toi prlc.xj xj X M^. M.I\.Ll OKJ A u.cmciDl and Ic. >tam|, for poslue. BRITISH NURSE BRINGS PET FROM BELGIUM 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. It* )"BE8T , BILIOUS, SICK, GONSIIPAIE BEST FOR LIVER AND BOWELS, BAD BREATH, BAD COLDS, SOUR STOMACH. WOULD LIKE TO GIVE $1,(KJ0,OC0 TO BELGIAN RELIEF COMMISSION New York, Jan. .31.-"1 am able to say without reserve, that although 1 have had occasion In the past to In-.spect many mothods of public relief iu various countries, I have never before seen one tliat can compare in enioiency,. thoroughness and wisdom with the system now being employed in Belgium through the combined efforts of the Belgian Relief Commission-and the Comite National," said Mr..'Wlillam C. Edgar on his return from Belgium. Mr. Edgar adds: "Furthermore, if I h^d a million or five million dollars placed at my disposal for the relief of tho Belgians, I would not hesitate tor a moment to put it at the command of this organization, confident that it -would employ It to the host advantage ot the' people, and that not a dollar would ,be wasted, or misapplied." It is franlfly stated that .Mr. Edgar went to Belgium skeptical ot the elllc-lency with wliicli 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 hy the relief committee. Mr. Bdgar's trip was in the hiter-osta of the "Northwestern Miller," oC Mlnncapolia, a publication whicli raised yearly $600,0()0, whicli was applied to the nurchasiag of flour and sending it to Belgium. Got a 10-cont box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, bead anil 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 tho intestines, instead of being cast out of the system is re-absorbed into tho blood. When this poioou reaches tho delicate brain tissue it causea congestion and that dull, tlirobbiug, sickening headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse tho stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases, tako tho excess bile from the liver and carry out all tho 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 iO-cent box from your druggist moans your head clear, stomach sweet, ibreatli right, complexion rosy and your liver and bowels regular for' months.-Advertisement. : ? > : ? : : : ? .;. : > OFFER ACCEPTED PAINTERS Our new catalogue is ready for you, and Jb 'brimful ot useful facts, faithful illustrations, valuable dea. criptlons and right prices. It's thoroughly revised and -greater than ever, With our catalogue you can tell what you OUGHT to pay for any goods you require. Write at once for a copy, IT'S FR15B, The Western Paint Co. WINNIPEG, MAN. If in Winnipeg tit'the Bigi Bonspeilj;| feb. 22-28, cail aritl eeeus' GERMANY INSTALLS BKx WHJliLESS STATION Photo shows now German wlroies� station roeently Instttllod on tho outsklrtB of Portland, Maine, by Goriiiun capital ;for the better handling of meBsoaea betweou tliQ United StatoB find fJermuny, Ol' course it is "the most Ottawa, Jan. 31.-The offer of western universities to raise : a battalion for overseas ser-vice lias been accepted by tho ? department of militia. Tho uni-> vorsllies ot Uritlah Columbia, > Alberta, Saskatchewan and : Manitoba will each raise a : company. The presidents ot : these Institutions were in con-: forence with the minister to- ? day. VALKEU, C.V.O., 1.L,d;, D,C.L., Prcildent iOKN AIRD, Genorql Manaaer II. V, I'. JONES, Aks'I ficneral Mnrtimer V..G. nitOWN Superlntenilcnt o( Coiilrul Western Bniiielioii- CAPITAL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 ^FARMERS' BUSINJESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends,to Fanners every facjllti' for the transaction of their banking business, inqluding the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes we supplied free of charge on application. W03 Uthbri4ge Branch - R. T. Brymner, ]VIgr f 77 ;