Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOOR THE tGTHBRIDGE DAILV HERALD TUESDAY, FBHHIMRY 2, 191H letbbrftget Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Dally, delivered, por yvftr..... bj mall, per by. moll. II.M J.DO J.OB Business Office Editorial Office 1158' 1224 W. A. Buenanan John faua-ID5 Director Bualuott Manager thut ft pflafcufc none wiHileur to- day) before the picture of horror and desolation which wo dally, my comrades anrt I feel ourselvea filled wilh: a- i i ardour to preach Iho ne- cesBlty and beauty ot pence. And wo not" alone. Many of our tornicr political uypullC-IltrJ, rPCOIK'i' us untter lire, see right wv council Hie clW srndfni to' tfce cast for iuiuilolp.il printing, i What's use of having n doctor, and then dot- his prescription In the wnato rner u lvllh nsiipr basket? turns to devour onfl niiolluT. And as we aJl deiesr tJio criminal who loose tie present conflict, nil Minutf Ly the Germw.y, deceived, blinded. tbjugaUd. broken by Its tyrants. Fnrthpr, this is nil Him mvd be saJd to our rrintJons ,inJ iriouds. Let thorn 'bo sure that those oi us win return (alas! it wiH not tv we shall come harms mudi ]Ilore con- cod and arJeiit to preach the no- ble idonl whiMi Is ours. When those .ipliear in will perhaps have fallen. But nill have died without hatred I for the (.iwr.inn workmen and peas- Tlie greatest nctivity in the zone continues in ttie ueur es3i, KnsL Prussia, Southern Poland and j poor 5iaves ot their Emperor. Galicia. The Russians ore matouEJ-------------------------- good tliL'ir advance towards being now close to is 57 miles due cast from ill? former city. Further north In the province they have practically isolat- ed Tilsit, a town of'liietoric memory in that here: on a-rart-on-ilw tiveTl' Niomen was signed the famous .treaty. 5. A. tree tin a; to Uie Londou Chronicle said: 1 cannot very well expect the Eng- lish will have ft happy New Year be- cause they cannot have one. I think our German brothers havo matte a great mistake, hut ns they are now "fighting It IB difficult for them to think straight. The only hops Is to make the war monotonous and non-spectuculnr find wait till-they cool oft and reach their 1 slate; done to end i 'trouble. I Berlin has c-J. down on the amount of flour doled out to the bakers. As [he Kill fsa would remark, Germany of -cracking under tlio shows 51 rain. MEI? members or tho school board __ _ _ -Wing that people are kicking be- 111 IbOT -bebwsen_ihe_Czar Alex-inder I. their economy measures are too severe. Give us five mili tax rate and the great Napoleon. Alons W Alazuriau sLreU'hins East Prussian frontier spulh ihf fier-, man left 'he J( close to .Mlawa. i? llireau'neil heiug In GaliciiJ ;ilong iln1 Mextern Uailiiaas and their fooiiiills irihn siroiiily Germans, are iiMFfcin? 10 onlranco imo Transylyania, battle is limed w develop here .hortlw th, of Tvhlch wiv he of the u'_Tio5i 5Snificmoce in to b> the __ and an in iu tircnstli ot Germany OQ. k-aviu? aside the -forects ti-iK-y of a rising--of the Rou i; :o iiJ .the Allies. NO COMMANDMENTS HERE In iJeinpcrtiC5r like Canada manu iai-iufcTs apd Consumers meet on Q-aEja level. Each looks to the to do his part in this made-in Canada campaign. We need no pa- ivrnxl goTernment to.ndTise ua. ueed no ten commandments .as they iaye in Germany. This is a land- of liberty. We thinfe ani speak as ,we lite in loyally, to the. Crown and .to oiirselves. buy where and what we like in. loyalty to our nierctal interest. If we flon't recog- .iJiat., baying things, made in this country. for our pockets, our homes; or our natur- alb" buy things made somewhere else. It's because TVS are out for ourselves, without any paternal com- mandments from the supreme bur- eau, that it pays; in every way to buy Canadian goods, that we are entering a campaign TO do !L The German decalogue treats Gamian consumers like a pack cfliJdrec. The sense of the average liberty-loving Canadian demands So be treated like a [ull-grown man. "We dou't need to be told ibat it's good for Canada, that wy buy goods made by Canadians. We know th'at; the same as we know that fresh air and. good food ar ieneSiciar .to the health. We don' '-eVeii'tau" it patriotism. It's juaL 01 everyday, selfish business in etlnct. J see'if we care. ufige Jackson's decision in voiding i municipal election Jn Little Bow rural municipality should serve as lesion 'that Tammany tiger tactic don't, go iu Alberta. Anhand Lavergiie, Nauoiialist -il. says lie would go to jail in de- .of his language, -but so far Lieut-Col. Annand Lavergne hasn't 16 go to the front Ln defence ot --hte country and the liberties he a British subject. Germany, her' navy blocked up In the Kiel canal "aCrato of its life to come out, Is now striking a blow Rt British commerce attempting a submarine blockade. This is a new departure, flad looks serious at Ibid distance but we mny assure ourselves that Lord Fisher will soon dovise some means to check this spasmodic German success. Foster, the man who makes it his Job to dope out in advance whtit the weather man hag In store for us, in his latest forecast says that Western Canada east of the Rockies will ex- perience a drought the coming sum- mer. Tills doesn't sound very encour- njr. but Jlr. Foster has been wrong before rind here's hoping this year proves to be Uie biggest upset of his career. Anyway, Southern farmers, wtth the excellent start the winter season is giving, them, are not going to be out. They i .rust to Providence and sow a bigger crop than ever. Stubborn Vanish in a Hurry ouncM !PiDcx (-10 cents ouneq bottlu r.nd Till If one in your family las obstinate couch ur a bnJ Lhronl or clicst coid thtt htm liftncins yield to trefttmtTitLcet from any dniff store 2H ounces of 1'inox. mid make it into ounces of couch Bjrup, nncJ, thut vnnisli, Pour the worth) into a liottle with plain crinulntcd syrup. The total cost ifl about 61 cents, and you Ifi family a nioat cdcctivu remedy, ct'a savinp oi A day's use will usually overcome a severe couMi. EttEily' prepared in G with Pines. xeeps fend has u pleasant tasta. liko it. It's rertmrkiibh how promptly md cafiilj- it looiena the dry. nonrse or iglit couflh end heals the inflamed mem- jrancs in a painful couph. U slso stopa tha formation oi phlegm in the tlirost and bronchial tubes, thus per- sistent loose A splendid rcmtd.T ror troucliitis. uriiiter conphs, lironcbia! is-thina. and WITH GENERAL BOT12A IN SQUTfl interesting picture of General SoiJta directing operniivits against the rebeh in South Africa. Pines is a. Gpeeial nnd highly conccn- nuine Xonvay pine ol, which IB BQ Leal- rated compound of ge i-ttrnct. rich in stmiacol K to the membranes. Avoid disa t for ppointment bv nskintr rour ounces Of and do iiot ncct-pt anything- else. A ci f absolute Bat is fact) on ith ting SOCIALISTS IN FRENCH 'ARMY The inice. of parties has been dtir .iiig the last'three and a half months one Of the most remarkable features of French life. At the last French general .elec- tions. Totes were cast for Socialist candidates. It is highly .probable, therefore, that there are en rolled, in. the French.armies and In the railway and other industrial ser vices necessary to the maintenance and- movement of those armies fully half a million Socialists, withou counting "Hadfcal Socialists" .others who share many of their oplc Ions. One of this half million write. "from tie bottom of t "Humanite" a letter which dsierres lo ibc oJreuJated broadcast among the jt on-combatants of the couAtrles con After to a critfctem in a cFrench; Journal, "which ho bock w ere doln'j in the .filing -tu repeat it tell ttienrloQce more for us that, if we. are flghtinj. It is not agalcet the dermta people, jtat against Imperial- .iiiini.' Repeat It emphatically: we workiBBO, peasants, oar chHdreD, .without weak- If not irithout (and we -ylUifal' tase frtie that it much harder for us to leave than for' thoM whole "ire aheltored from we do cat with HI to Unpeople lubjectvd. to InplaciMe yoke, but to lie all-power- ful military .party which garmu be- rond the Rhine. Erarjfbody in iar.tiig ttkt.dlBclpllnB ti harder imoni them than imoig jrf.n If then, there Hu been plllafe.tiid massacre, It IS thOiiBMteni.whoiar. wo. have net-hwo unit this time preparation or moiie? promptly refunded. The Pinex Co., Toronto, Out. PICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR THE EII5Y MAN "WE'RE FROM of o, new Canadian marchin g song which is "taking on" rapidly in Canadian cities where the second i third contingents are mobilizing and being trained for overseas ser vice. It is British-Canadian through and through, the sentiment is patriotic and the air catchy. It was composed and set to music'by Miss Irene Humble of Toronto. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, REST, MONEY ORDERS Isnud by The Canadian Bant of Commerce, are a cafe, convenient iaezpengive method of remitting small sumi of money. Orders, payable without charge at any bank in Canada (f the Yukon Territory) in the principal cities of the Umited imcd the following rates tS under .3 Sudaotcxcenllnclll II 3t 11 31 51 15 REMITTANCES ABROAD tie trmaaiatoatStECmtiiVORSlOU DRAFTS ul lined withoct dtkj at >te tatea, Saskatoon Conegrvalireg nave nom- inated Donald McLean, for the Feder- al House. Dr. James Might, one of the best known residents of Port Hope, Out., Is dead. The saluy of tie BOTV Island Chief of Police has been reduced to a monUi. The hardware store of G. Ecclestone Co. at Bracebrldge. OnL, was de- stroyed by fire. R. H. Alexander, a resident of Van- couver since 1862, is dead. .He served at different times on the city council. Cpoie'a ctiurci. Toronto, lias sent an unanimous call to its former pastor, Rev. Wro. Patterson, of Belfast. George Bailey, ex-warden of Duffer- n and for more than, fitly years post- master of ShrigJey, died A'ottaivg.m its ear, llcan Exeter, Huron county, to go to thelfnmt as a combatant, has been accepted, and he will leave with Uie third contingent as.-'a. lieutenant with Ihe 33rd BatUlion.J.; George ..'Aitriage, .paymaster of the Canadian WeEtlaghouVe Co., Hamilton, died suddenly while visiting friends at -'._ Wm. Roshler, a, young farmer; was killed by a train when driving over a railway crossing .near Branlpton. A young woman with him. efcaried. A disastrous In Park- hill, OnL, the entire block, la which 'were situated B. Lindsay's genanU 'itoro and J. 5. LlndBay'B hardware store. It IB understood .that the Ontario government hm under, advisement the project of erecttnj statue, pro- bably iu Queen's Park, Toronto, lo the late Sir Jamea Whitney, Orders (or or feet of lumbar, worth about have been placed In Vancouvgr during the last few days by officiate of the Can- adian Pacific Railway, acting on be- half of the Imperial government. The .London (EngJ :ExpreBB' says it understands that Lieut-Col. John Seely, who resigned as British Becre- tary for war, and who has been at- tached to British headquarters in ACTIVITY IN BALTIC Submarines near Trellcboroe, Sweden, have stopped the sailing of a German steamer. Further north the German cruiser Frledrfch Carl Is said to have been ateamtng eouth with smaller warahlps off Gothland. They were sighted earlier off the Aland la- iiiiriB and had been sowing mines Jn the Gulf of Bothnia. Anoth- er evidence of activity it that the Ger- man light cruiser Gazelle Is reported struck by a RuiBlan torpedo there. Following flgiircs show (lie com- parison between Gnrman and British jjaval losses to date GERMAN -LOSSES ARMORED CRUISERS Tons Schariihorst -11.600 Gneisenau Yorck........................... Blucher ARMED LINERS Cap .Tralalgat......................... A FRENCH SAPPER AT WORK 8J3AR REIMSr-This form of warfare, the enemy's trenches and blowing them upf lias with telling offset, ly the JfrencJi around Reims. SURGEON TELLS OF QUEER WOUNDS THE SOLDIERS RECEIVE Kaiser Wilhelm ?preewald UaFkomannia iCoeitigen Luiae Pontoporos [luchin Th8: treatment ot modem gunshot wounds Is just aa difficult a proposition with rno'dern rifles and 1 steel as in former times, ac- 1 cording to Dr. J. P.' Hoguet, attend- ing surgeon it Bellevue hospital. New York, who recently returned from duty. In the military hospitals of Franco. In an artlole in the current issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association Hoguet relates Inter- esting observations which he matle near the tatllDlleldu. OUNBOATS France, wfll be to the rank of brigadier-general. The death took place at Owen Sound of lira. Scott, widow, of Rev, James Scott, and mother of.Mrs.'Scott Half, principal of too Margaret Eaton school of 'Expression of Toronto, and of -Mr. AIc'i. (Lucky) Scott, the well-known Canadian miner and traveller. Henceforth, in British Columbia no alien enemy ot the British can be a beneffciary -anuer-a will made in the province, according to an an- nouncement by' Chief Justice Murphy. A similar rule came Into force in England some time ago. Jaguar jucns IHls Tigefl............ Moive.......... THE SITUATION IN "THE EA8T Recvnt reporte say Qermana haye.oc uld tend lo dlipreiTf thli Kitement Tsingtau Vaterland LIGHT CRUISERS Madgeburg Mainz....................................... Euiden Leipzig..................................... Hela 050 300 aoi 8112 650 199 166 168 4-.3SO 050 280 Right others have hem reported sunk. V 187. DESTROYERS TORPEDO BOATS 1, number unknown. U 18 U 15 SUBMARINES 050 400 Z.340 And one other. BRITISH LOSSES BATTLESHIPS Bulwark LIGHT CRUISKRS HnwVe Hermes Ampnion.................................. Pitthfindot Pciasus OUNBOATS NlglT........................................ 810 Speedy 810 A HMOIIED CRUISERS Oooil Hopo............................. Aboukir................................... Creasy AHMED LINERS Oceanic SUBMARINES AE 1................................... E 3 D 5..................................... Many Woundid in Face He remarks the fewness oC saber and bayonet .wounds. A greater num- ber of bullet wounds are received in the face, the chest, or the anus, lie HB.VH. This Is due. he explains-, to the fact most of tile nghtlng Is done in the trenches, where nothing but -the upper portions of the soldiers' bodies STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD SajB Cream AppliM In Nortrils Rellerea Head-Colds at Once. i If your nOBtrlW. are aud your head IB stuCCed und yim brealho freely .because .of. cold of ciurrh, just get.- g email bottle ot Elys Cream Balm mny store. Apply a little- of thu [rvisrant. null- fieptlc cream Into your nostrils and let it penetrate: through every passage of your hemd, soqthlnK and healing the i iwollin mucous membrane and you InBUnt relief. Ah! how good It'feeli. Tour npi- trlls are open; your hrid il clenr, no more hawking, snufflDE. blowing; no more lieadacho, dnrneas or strucsUnc [or breath. Ely's Cream Balm IB Juat what BUfferera from bead colds and catarili need. IL'B a delight. by J. D. HiElnbotoua ft Co., Limited, Advt. are visible lo the enemy. "The wound of entrance o( the pointed .30 calibre steel bullet, now used by Uw Germans IB generallp a inall than the .diameter of the ivritea Dr. Hofruet, "while that of exit hs gen- erally larjer. Ltlfe lioerated wounds are lomatlmei made fry the ao-oalled 'rSoochef tnit U, one that has struck a hard-sifljstanca and has .oeen deformed br bunting Its Jacket and then rebounding, atrlklne; the person. These are Uie. wffiluds that five rise to the report enemy IB uelnff dum-dum! orexplwlve Bhraphel woundB, points out, are Writing of un- uaual which have come to Ike attention.o( the surgeons, he "One case in which a-rifle bullet had completely transroraed the skull [rom to 'Side waa fieen at Beaujon hospital on the> service of Tuffler and was the only one of ts kind obstryed. Many caaea were rt'flleh' portion'of the soft parts "of the fprehead, together with an had been destroyed .by shrap- nel, Two. .cases In which the 'bullet had entered one cheek, completely 800 :860 550 A CHEERING SIGN (Wlnnlpsg Frte Press) One of the factors la Iho Canadian biiaineia situation to which ineuffl- clent consideration Is being the steady and rapid improvement in condllona n the United Sutei. Our nelgfebon are on tbnihald of re- latively good tlnien; and we are cer- tiln to share, In a measure, In thilr good fortune. Though we may de. cfare our economic fndepaadeoce of the United states, the la'ffs of com- mcrce laugh at our proteatMlpne. When the United Slalon prMpsrs, proiper; when-It Buffers, The clearing BklM lo the MUtll ought, therefore, to be cheering for -tie builiMi lutereiU Cmada, the'head and coming out at the opposite mastoU process were een.. Find Bullet In tteirt "Wounds in the neck are compara- tively rarely seen. Two very inter- esting heart cases 'were SMS.- In a shrapnel ball had entered the left lumbar region, completely tnosvurs- Ing the left side of the abdomen, and was found by rotntgenoBcbpIo exam- ination Ijlng free, 'within; thft. dial lac. The bill moved op and down at averp .'movement of the hoart and apparently cinieeV the pa- tient no "The other cue of thla Mid nu seen in a natleat .who- liyed. ooly a few days after entering the hoalltaiL Here a large place of ksd completely trausveried Uie abdaaen and lodied In tlw heart muscle." REAR-ADMIRAL MONTAGUE DEAD Feb. Hon. Victor Montague died Sunday. Resl'-Adoilral Montague WM 78 years old. He servid tritb the fleet In the war with Russia In 1855, In the China war of 1867, and.with the Naval Brigade in the Indian mutiny of He was retired in 1886. Women Look Well When they etxape the sallow.: skin, the Uiok- heads, facial blemishes due to indigestion or biliout- ness. At all women noed help to rid of poisons, and the nmt conTenleDt uid most tconornicai they flnd.m PILLS This fantona family hu aneieellenttonlo upoo the entire fyBtem. it quickly relieves ttie oanied by defective or. irregular action of the organs of digestion, backache, low spirits, extreme neryog the blood, Bcecham's Pllb imprwrj< Clear The Complex! fr-fMftM'