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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T-KE LETHJiniDGE DAILY HERALD FEBl'JABT B, Uerato e, Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION dallTered, per tfellr. br mail, ptr year...... tjr mull, 'par 1.00 TELEPHONES Offlco 1252 Offlo. W. A. Bucnanan John Torranca laoaglaf Dlrsctor Business CTSl Itt. flesh anil First (ui! table of .aioiiyy costs: Ellglttlld Franco i.oou.ijiHi.oOP Austria SOO.OUO.OOO Ruaela Sordn Japna Turkey Moutenegrg J30.000.000 e uum'-nT Killed To till one soldier in linu's a." cost J20.000 he 515.000 Total Noiv to find and. woumlcd. in recent linu1? uvi-nigx1 ransiiij; in war of 1S77-78 .o i lie silJJOJ u; Franco-Prussian of 1S70-71- Kusso-Japanese war cosi Iljr killing each man. Then to Jiviuo. 'by dead-as the an- siver. Bi.i the first throe THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Tho absence of nny definite news Irails to tne conjecture tliot .1 s'-iaa- tion of quietness reigns aloas the lattle fronts. Tlie most recent re- torts tell ot a German army h.isten- from the advancing Kil5- j ivl.il, Carpa-hiaas Uie entrenched and pro- motion is aovalopms (or U __ baltle which may ideciile the taw o: Austria, ami ijuove llic d-jiil empire as :L factor for Ihb rjst of aie campaign. ir _ ,reqUentf at later. So in this Afternoon Meeting Addressed by Messrs. Buchanan and Leffingwell HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL SPEAKER IN THE EVENING Foremost, Feb. 1. Tlic reported ctiiinalioii ol Mr. U'. A. Buchanan to the oi Lt-'lh- _ridKC was received with ill-light by the Liberals ol Foremost and vicin- iy, and the local association iinmc- diatelv. extciiiicd nn invitation to 5ir. liuclmnan to attend a smokct at Foremost on Tuesday, Jan. itith. In! (liis invitation .Air. tie' Xothint is reported o, il'-f ail'-ar. jof the Turkish forjcs innards ti Canal and Kgypi. :mii it Dl ile sururising. consiiifrir-i the aru runs nninre of marcJ. thai coa-: Ninons luvc bet-a 100 niucli ior An i cu; diamond" In Jiularing ias a rc-nly to i-nsnij-s aubmarine iactiviiy'in iln- Enellsh Channel and hrish Tills wiih far-rsuchiue Jf anoinr." snot In the Thus, to add one-half i an announced that he would be if Die sum, nnd SJO.OOO or tie total j couiuanicii ty the lion. Duncan Mar-! f slain in sbt months, is obtainad. L- i THE FROVI.VCIAL SESSION will jtoei-i on 25th. The main of Lie toe to place oa the statute books en- 1 -he Uominton govemmeiit to .phuv groin, liens against patent- ri'ii .0. suar- 'auu'c for Uie seed grain to bs dls- shortly. This actioa of the provincial goyermaent In In distribution of eeed to needy ibe generally commend- 1" The "decision ot Lhe provincial legls- }iature. to return to the winter session i also popular. The beginning of tha About-four times the number hilled are wounded, die ot -.vounds or are victims -of disease. Four times 000 gives as the total ot Lho .wounded. In six months. to this the 540.000 dead and it Is shown that hnve been incapacitated in half-a yeart making record for slaughter and carnage vriihout a pre- cedent" lor ihe district, consequently the event had bceu looked iorward to with keen interest and resulted in ai large attendance. i The morning traia brought Messrs, j Buchanan and LcJIJngireJl, but ilr. liarsliall ivas mmblc to airirc for ihc aitcruoon Cession, being detained by j duties at DItckic, whcte. lie was ccn- Muctiug a mrcting of the Short Coursn .Agricultural school. However, Are Your Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in Vnion Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely. Such tn education In thrift and saving will provo Invaluable In later.-Hie OF CANADA GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETH6RIDQE BRANCH A. B. KING; feting Manager G. R. TINNING, Manager the meeting proceeded with President; People's Forum Editor, Herald: I noticed that the flag on the Town Hal] was not placed fit half-mast on' the death of the late John TruBweH- Now It seema to me that the Mayor and other town offi- cials of Tflber are exceedingly careless or neglectEul of their duty, in not 'shcrwln.? the respect which -was due the departed. "ilr. TTuswell a pioneer In this FRENCH QBStiltFATION is the most arduous duly which falls to thv lot of a soldier, ike splendid functions of are to obtain information concerning tho enemy's moves. The Hi offers a (toad point of vantao-c for an -who stands on tht sented ihTTcading Spcakcr Oi the day.! My in front of the arm of "the sail. Another disappointing feature was; the fact that Mr. Uuchanaa's held his audience closely to tlie demanded his Immediate return to .close ot" his address. His ridgc, so his address was limit-.1 getlier" advice wa: the necessity oi taking the ai-lcsting, and while Lethb ed by tcrnOQii train. Mr. Buchanan's address was pre- faced by an expression of thanks lor t-he honor oi the nomination recently bestowed and an assurance that his efforts [or the future would bo mark- ed by the same iatereat he has ig, and while been aware oi It, Anyhow when Mr. Marshall came into the hall, a comical apparition in his fiont- covered iurs, but the con- tinuous applause and expressions at welcome must have amply repaid him for the discomfort of his cold rido out from Burdett in the 32 below zero weather. The musicians again called upca to keep tbe crowd fellow Liberals in closer bonds of {merry while Mr. Marshall thawed friendship, and ras particularly inter- he may not liave was quite applic- able here. In the past there have teen dissensions, but one believes that the enjoyable 'program of the evening smoker hag done much to cement our we know that; out. Mr. Marshall certainly observed already displayed in matters of in-j ail hare the advancement oi W. A.jthe ''political truce" which is under- terest to the west, and especially) Buchanan in mind and will work to j stood to be in effect at Ottawa, and those which tend 10 lighten the bur-j that cad, individually, we feel that confined his speech to the work he-is den of the farmers in the south and more effective work can be trying to carry out in establishing country, Laving ccma aere soma thirty j try. Once listening to Mr. Buchanan'done by a strong organization, each years ago: he was one oi our. first merchants and had tho honor of being tbe first Mayor oi Taber. He was highly respected by 'all who 'knew him as an upright, honorable man, and he always bed th.a welfara oi Taber at heart. Therefore, 1 -was much-surprised to aee that the flac had not bsen. placed time when the plans for j half-mast, and It 'would seem that tlie year are .being mapped out and some one was very careless of their .-thbse plaos have a direct hearing the budget Unless something unforseen hap- pens the session he of a non- icontentlpus nature, and will likely be Ebon.- SINKING FUNDS AND TAX SALES Thersiiffgesiipa. has been made by ithe sinking fund trustees oC the city Jof "Winnipeg that .the" city abolish ias i sales, and that instead the sinking Committee will pay tha arrear- on" which would he Minble to -disposa'; at a tax sale. I This is a. new idea, it has so Vmany good featuteB that the Herald it on, and would suggest that pthe commissioners obtain farther from the city- of Winnipeg. Certainly the plan has one good feature in. that. it. prevents 'good pro- Jperty from: fallin'g into the hands o? fEpec'iilatofa" at 'HCtle'rnr. no1 to tliemselres. And, the sinking .funt credit IB not. threatened .-by the plan. fund 'gets ten- per cent; on Its if the property la redeemed: If not, the nroBertr reverts to -the city Bad is worth at least tea the amount of tasee which may appear pgaJnst it. Proba.blr the Winnipeg idea r provide the solution for a problem troubled .western cities not since financial depression ap- Jieare'd on tiae horizon. duty toward their i Taber, Alta. the heare: solute slni :r is impressed with his ab-1 member working in hai acerlt; -ssd the absence of; With the assurance ui the arrival of agricultural schools throughout the province ior the education oi prnc- tical farmers. Mis equal as an oratoi those tricks oE oratory peculiar to I the Hon. Duncan to attend I has not been hoard in Foremost and the practiced politician. He has ready appeared beiore audiences this village and vicinity several times m town and proceeded to get away al-i the evening session many oi the farm-j his listeners spell-hound for near- inlers present-in the remainDdjly two in.lila proc and this impression still prevails with 'their shares of the fragrant which may explain to the gentlemen 1 smokes put up by the local associa- why he always receives an enthusias- tion. Jlr. Lefling-.vell opened the even- tic welcome at Foremost. I ing meeting with another interesting su< visit j address in which he explained every individual leaning BO far forward as to lose his scat and fall to the floor. In all, the meetingi were n matted icccss and it is hoped that the .in- The primarv reason of his visit j address in "which he explained -the or-1 terest aroused in effect here was to answer the address re- ganization of .the Warner Consolidate j until the success oi the Liberal cause Gently delivered by his opponent, IV.Jerf school, aa institution oi. which he in Alberta is an assured fabt, Mr, S. Ball, and while expressing justly pioud. This'meeting was, JIarshall also delivered an Address the Just plain good take this precaution Glass of Abbey's Effervescent S Salts upon tH E B Then jou are SlamacB, BowflU and Liver will conMl for HOPES NEWFOUNDLAND WILL JOIN CANAOA. Mr irplmmts. is 0-redless 3L John, N.B., Fat. an address i to state how this was done, and it respect for his rival in social and; well attended by local Conservatives business ways, he at once proceeded j and as the event was intended for an to tear away the under pinning from before tlie Canadian club rssterday In accomplished in a way that sat St John, N. W. Howell, K.O., leader of isflcd his hearers, a Tact amply testi- ths Ontulo Opposition, E iureeated as I ged ty tho appls aEtlieiiln5 ol conclusion of his remarks. one of the reBults of stren tlie Imperial sentiment through tne interest to thfl farmers all round social occasion, everything was dcoc to show their prcs- cnce was appreciated and no political "mud slinging" indulged in. .Mr, Let- nngwell's remarks were especially eon- ___ __ ._. ducivc to harmony and when an inter- 01 special i mission was called to "light up" ev- were -hisjery otic responded with an' enthusiasm ause at the ibundland, the only British colony out- is to provide for homesteads' oil battle field. Three other gentlemen, Bide- of confederation, will see more 320 acres in thia country, Known J. G-. Robertson, A. L. Hoer and M- clearly, than ever the advantages -ot the dry area, aa it is a well known Winks, of Altoraito. 'dividM the hon- unfcn with Canada, and tiat if they do approach the Dominion with this In view that our. parliamentary, lead- era 'irlll have the wisdom-and pitrtot- lam to oftar the anolent colony gon- eroua. terms." The Herald has BO far failed to [hear of a single ratepayer who would f.te dissatisfied' with a five mill schoo ftai rate. there are any let then iipeak up. General Carranza has been execut Hasn't Mexico had about enough' jTheir little rebellion Is -just a toy balloon affair these days anyway. Rudyard Kipling wante. reglmeDi 'bands for the new army. He saya: ''The new battalions were born quite rightly .-in silence, ibut that is no to their lives to the preaent moat ieeu pWllfed to waft Blleflteor'iu5na better acoonnranl- thaa wlilftres, cowertlnfls and In- We is rllhl. Vfhj iet "Dot leadls Band" hot TIM -Euioptm in- tha i today Ig sUncr- t- an an eipert' flfuraa, etrumenfs wjta ;whloh FLOUR UP AGAIN Winnipeg, Man., Feb. vanced anotner 20 cents per "barrel, making a total advance of 92.40 since tie irtr Prices now are: Best patents, per barrel, ST.70; strong bak- ers, J6.10 second clear, A CUP OF COFFEE may mean aJmost' anything Bad or Indiiferent. But a cup of SEAL BRAND COFFEE i MEAMSJUSTOHE THING-thc most delicious beverage CMT poured into a coffee cup. fact that where the farmcr'znust sum- mer iailow, -160 acres is noE enough: That portion of his address relating to the government relief we he- Here, superfluous for the reason that our people realize fully; that no poli- tical or party credit should be given the Conservative government ior this work, but as. that subject was given particular attention by Mr, Ball, per- haps it is as well that his remarks were 'Mr. Buchanan was [olio S. who show stituents that in the governmi work, completed last fall, this pi tion of his district had been particu- larly well dealt with. 3Ir. Lefliflgwell is developing into a good public speaker, and after dispos- ing of the road proposition he launch- ed into a discussion of local cdndi- or of acting as chairman during the evening, and many 'speakers including J. H. Duncan, Merriam, J. G, Rohert-son, Roderick JIcKenzie, A.-D. Necdhurst and Perrin Baker, were called upon an-1 delivered addresses, some some "humorous and reminiscent but all entertaining and taken. Musical'numbers including solos by Milton Hillis, A. L. Hoer, J. G. Robertson, "John" piper, Robt. same evening at n school house north of "town an-d Jeft here tlie next morn- ing in company with Mr. Leffingwell and Mr. Merriam to address a meet- ins of Lucky Strike Liberals. P 'ICKEDUPIN ASSING FOR THE KUSY HAN Nelson, B. has let out its city engineer in order to cconomizo. K. E. Hallctt-i a well known com- mercial 'traveller, is dead at Calgary. The younj of StratlW, snow recently, by his playmates, Is recovering. Arm River Conservatives bavp nom- son of fllrs. .McDougall who. was ouried in the Henderson and duets by' Mil-ton Hill- inated J. H. lUiifdaugb for the. Sas-i .owed by F. ier and Perrin Baker, and choruses by katchewan Legislature. wed his con- the Poresmost Glet? Club were Nominatic-ns are now-being receiv- ient road i fully spread this nor- Mr. Hillis a between the addresses, and Mr. Piper heins in fact overworked in an effort to pro- long the entertainment until the ar- rival of Mr, Marshall. However, nt midnight hope was about given up and the audience prepared to sing the National Anthem anil disperse, rotlng ed for vacancies in1 the'senate-ol-the University of Alberta, .which created on March 8th, when the chan- cellor and five members' terms elpfre. Mr. Hughes, acting premier ol Aus- tralia, announces that Great Bri- tain, in an official coaimunicatioii, j says that site will 'handle the whole lions and means of improving cameithe evening a pleasant success: I wool output of Australia. CAN AM AN. SOLDIERS AT SAL_____ contingent til Skrewtm used a sfnruler motor. ittjoyed the a swim. Ai-'JiAID OF T'1112 of iho ouriutii'fln i n taihing mpphinf, aairift, j James A. Patten, wheat king, is grandfather through tha adoption iy hfs daughter, Mrs. Lawrence H. Waldon, ol Bo at on, oF a girl. afrtf: G-rBnt "Wlldpr's loui-'-'monthB1 odd son was smothered by being wrapped In a heavy blanket while she and her mother were driving into Til- hury Jrom Tilbury East. Word -has reached Ottawa through a letter, from Col. Farquhar, that Cap- tain D. C. Newton, former Aide at the government bouse, has been killed in action. J.1 E. .RellijY one .of, Calgary's old- est, and best known men, been, appointed assistant colonization foe. 'tbe provincial government. He will take up his work immediately. After a chase, of two and A half years, Ben Gripe has been captured In Fort Ind., and brought to JVIoose Jaw, where he passed a worth- less check on o! that Tho' Domestic; Science department of the King George school In Cal- gary 'supplied over forty pupils with a lunch Monday, consisting oi soup, meat and bread, fl nominal fee qf ono cent p'erVnead was charged. .Petty..OJRcer Stevens of Regina, who ha's seen active service on battle cruisers. Princess Royal and Glory in recent''-naval -encounters, is home on account .of .the. illness of his wifo. Stevens leave oE ab- sence from the, authorities. The government has been urged by labor representatives to arrange some plan whereby artisans and skilled la- borers now out of employment in Canada may have an opportunity of going to -England, where the demand for such class of Inboi Is said to be brisk. ALLAN LINE Winter Sailings ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling it Hillfix on. Liter E.G. 12 3.3. Scandinavian ......Fob, 26 9.S. Conlcan ........March 12 ST. JOHN TO LONDON 3.9. 11 Excellent apcomjnodaUon ihle In all ciutu. Tlcketu' oanj ba-tcsurcd for Frlendi and relative! In the Old Country, and all "arranganienU made for thejr to their homee In Canada, by applying to any authorized agent, or W. General Northweet Agent, WINNIPEG, MAM. Dr. James Samson, of Windsor. was quietly married in Detroit to Miss Lillian this'city. Mies Bailies is one ot the .inost popular young ladles .ot deeply fin terested in the social Bni philanthr- opic work ot the city. She is a gcaud- daughter ol the late Joaeph Aspinali, one ol the niecchant' princea. ot the early days of "Detroit. At the annual meeting ol the Do- minion Cattle' Brec9eraT uaoclation heW in Toronto, .Hon. W. C.1.Suther- land, speaker .lot, .the Sailntchewan legislature, said that every tiling pointed towards good, year in the Canadian West. "Wild cat apeculatlon had been killed-for many yeari to come. BUCHANAN'S SCOTCH WHISKY "Black White'' Shows the highest sales ;