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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOint THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY letbbrftge Ictbbritxje, HlUcita OAILV AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATM Billy, delivered, por [tally, by mill, per year....... by mull, W TELEPHONES Btnllitsi! Offlce Editorial Offlca SouUiorn Allicrtu boasts nearly Tour foot o( snow tills winter. That Is nb- out [Iva Inches or moisture. shouldn't, lilu farmers havo visions J 3criiiHny may declare war on Rou- mnnia Is latest report, Germany e'.li liava to gull dcclnriuR war very Boon for luck of natlouu m pick alljht with. Wheat is doing tilings theeo Its activities aro ol too Zeppolln vor- loly, but nioro dcndly to moat of oui' An Airon, Ohio, woman 1ms lud on- ly one hat In 20 yours. Now she wauls a divorce. Sn.j fell out of It wlUi aer Bisters, who have on average ot 26 In one yeir. THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Prosrcss by the Russians alone their ____ bnillc lines continues. Outside Warsaw [hc, Canadian soldiers are particularly 01- lito southern bank of; am M yet. for the King IE the Vistula V lie enemy. I rcvicwlng them today. But it looks as under General Von HiuilmberE, u an attempt to renew the ad- ranee "towards Warsaw following cut. previous turtles to divert the Russ- rasJlo and in headway has it this sere the scnll-oir, and there will soon be happy fellows. Germany is declaring a blockade 01 a portion of the French coast. Nex thing w? know they'll be declaring a severance of all communication with Mars. 3o far the German blockade ian oltrasive in East 'Galicia. 1ml no definit Tn "r'centro line in Prance the ateDd lo the Klel Canal. enomy has heen maiur.s: ru'.ne deavors to dlElodpe tha French from gcllool Board meets tonigtu 1lie captured village ot Fertlies. There jfini5-a gelding pruning hook. They ;uv salient features in the so [ar nuj they inc. apparently. 'beyond ihe daily epi- wjn keap good TOI.k up ttni ch artillery duel? and trench (lve. lighting, and in both France Bel- gium Hie sicse bailie continues. The march of the Turkish forces ton arils tlie Suez Canal and Egypt appears to have ended in failure, and ihi' invasion so far Las not material- Hied. .mm p good TOI.k up rate mav not be fO much of a myth after all. P !ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN NO REAL OBSTACLE It appears from reports emanating j ttnm Ottawa that there may be ob-i i ,h i, ill. u-av which will The citv of Edmonton treasury hills 'Btaclcs thrown in the uaj winch will hfch Tue5dav ate Wing paid tlie Dominion Ltmdon ifrom undertaking the Old (Man River J o[ Eigia aod Huion, diversion project. The main reason respectively, each decided to grant far advanced against the work is thnt most ol the land to he watered i is patented, and that therefore the improvements come under the provin- 1 cial government. The Herald does not believe tist the uominion government, if it were aware of all tbe facts surrounding the .proposal, -would allow that mailer to j TDe TJ. g. stand in the way. The obstacle could be removed as easily' as the obstacle which at present prevents tlie Do- minion government from distributing seed grain to tanners in 'per month to the Patriotic Fund as long as the war lasts. Revenue'collected by the American government in Jauuarv failed by SS.- to meet the month's disbuise- rnt-its. The Assiniboine Bill, which pro- rides lor toe turning over oi the old fort buildings and 2000 acres oi land Montana, has passed special legislation on the part of the provincial government which would The Anaconda, Montana, copper company is working 6 days a week instead' of 5, thus increasing this payroll by and adding greatly to their production. Stewart'Scott, a" Conservative ex- mayot. oi Cialt, was elected by accla- mation as member for South Watcr- iu A. loo to the House oi Commons, -ts George Clare; Samuel Clinton Martin, of Brandoii, Eleventh battalion, first continent, guarantee the liens placed against the land for the -purpose of security. It Is out of the question for the pro- vincial government to do the work, and it is not the rule followed In I was married at South Tidworth other countries. In the United States Saturday to Elizabeth Buck, daughter the reclamation serrice Is federal department, and if similar wort IE to ne done by Canada to increase her agricultural, productiveness, -the fed- eral government should act The -project is not in any way po- litical, and with the benefits which ;would be sure to accrue from a com- pletion of tlie .Tscheme in mind, etacles such as that mentioned should be forgotten.. THE UTILITIES' REPORT The preliminary financial report. of our municipal utilities' for 1914 as published in Wednesday's Herald, while1" nothing to about, ig noth- ing to feel down-hearled about either. It that the electric light and of Capt. Allan Lancashire. Buck, oi Money We Must Have So Here Goes Everyone has read sale ads. until their eyes are sore. But this is genuine, and bargains are good for sore eyes. Don't fail to read. Come, see and be convinced Any Overcoat In Our Stock HALF PRICE Any Boys' Suit In Our Stock HALF PRICE Any Pair of Boys'Knickers In Our Stock, sizes 31-34, Reg. to 55c One Lot of Men s Pants, large sizes, Reg. to all one price, One Lot of Men's Pants, values up to all one price, Any Winter Cap In Stock, values up to all one price, 50c ALL MEN'S SUITS AT LESS THAN FACTORY PRICES ALL MITTS AND GLOVES-HALF PRICE MacLEOD BROS. THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST US. CALL FOR PRESIDENT ALLEN AT QUARTER- LY CONFERENCE CONDEMN- ED GERMAN MILITAR- ISM toast list'., After ,the program re- freshments .were served, consisting oi sandwiches, cake, chocolate and home made candy. Miss Walton, head of the domestic science .department oi the Knight Academy, was in charge of this department., anu won much-wi deserved 'pounds ol Raymond sugar were used as material for making the'candy. Over five hun- dred people were served. The services on Sunday were mark- ed by inimeifsc throngs. The chapel was "crowded at the allernoon ses- sion. were deliver- by President Eider Wells Raymond, Feb.-: 3. The regular, i quarterly conference of the Taylor .and President Allen. .The general Captain C. W. Stewart, an officer, stake oi the Church oi Jesus Christ' church authorities were-presented by with eleven years' experience in the cl Latter Day Saints convened in tbe i Elder Orin H. Snow, and Tatriarch United States regular cavalry, nrs't ward chapel last Brandlcy, of Stirling, offered been, appointed Staff Captain oi the j urd'ay. morning, continuing Sun- the benediction. Eighth Regiment, Canadian Mounted dav evening. The conference was nuiu- Rilles. now mobilizing in Ottawa. The lourth brigade oi the Canadian erously and a. irreat out- pouring oi exhortation instruc- The evening service- was conducted by the Sunday school..The principle speaker was Magistrate David H. E1-; ton. of Lethbri'dge. Mr. .'Elton expeditionary force will be kept as altions were manifest. All ol the reserve tor the other three brigades, j vices were spirited, particularly the! the his lecture, "The forward men to the f line as they are needed to fill "gaps. The Medicine Hat council passed firing I addresses oi Elder Rulon B. Wells, of developing a most 1 in Salt Lake City, who represented the instructive and timely address irom bylaw authorising tlie mayor and general authorities of the church. He spoke in a very; jigorous and David 0. MacKay was ex- optimistic vein, and as'1 usual carried peitert to be attendance, but he, his audience with him. Mr. Elvon is treasurer to b.jrrow J200.000 from (was unavoidably detained h'y -business: always a popular, speaker in ast momentl mond, and hi Union Baiik and to give an as- signment of all tai arrears nov: out- standjng as security, and such other security as. may be deemed necessary. A royal, decree issued in Rome sus- pends entirely the duty on wheat and other .cereals and flour. Previous- ly the duty" on wheat had been re- duced from Jl-50 to 60 cents quintal (220.4 pounds) with large j reduction on corn, rye, oats, flour and com ineall An invention ot Mr. P. P. Ayiwin, of. of a portable shelter for soldiers, which-'can he erected in a few minutes, has been adopted by the British War Office. It is a tent of canvas on" a wooden .frame-work, erected in sections, and ordinarily ac- commodating five men. ;reat demand irom Great Bri- rance, Belgium and Italy for Canadian cavalry and artillery horses will, according to tlie Department oi Agriculture at Ottawa, practically ab- sorb all tbe available supplies of light horses in Canada during the, coming year. High prices for horses of nearly all kinds, with the possible exception waterworks departments together with the city's coal mine, made a pro- fit of tne street railway leaves us with a deficit of making a net loss of on our municipally owned utilltiefl- The electric light-balance sheet-as compared with former years is prob-1 ably not so pleasing as .It might -be, hut we have the satisfaction of know- Ing that our rates are. not high, we pay no rental for meters as in most cities, and the. sen-ice has been ex- tended to give service io the largest number of "subscribers. It Is to he remembered also that gas lighting has -cut into the volume of IrasIneES of the department to some oxlent. How- ever, no loss is shown, and the report jot heavy draft horses, are predicted The tain, may be accepted as cheering, 'me same" may be said of the waterworks department and of the city coal aiine. They are paying their way with- a little orer, and (her are our own, BO grumble? The street railway did no irorae than was eipccted, probably a little better, and the deficit is more loan met provision in the 1914 esti- laates. It is likely that it will make a better showing in 1915, but not en- oiiBh Increase In traffic can be hoped for to ibrcak' eTeni in spite of the re- duction inithe operating cost and the increase in' fares. Sugar up again! these dan! Hard to tie sweet Italy has done everything eiee ex- cept declare war." And [bat IE likely .to happen any minute. The session at Ottawa opened to- day. Accounti'lndlcnte that it, will be H ceoceful ntr in Canada for years to come. at tbe last his effort on Sunday even- which was very-high or- .uch masterly works, as "Un- Ye from Gounod's The conlerencE was partially a'mg added much to his. popularity. Sunday school convention. Workers! Mis message oi good cheer, content- from all portions ot the stake, and ment, happiness, hope and faith could and some from the Alberta staka, Iot hare.been given atVmore oppor- were present, and a most successful tuns time. convention was held, all of the dele- The music ol .was a, gates returning to their schools lull special feature. The amalgamated i of hope and enthusiasm in tlif Sun- Raymond choirs, under-the leadership day school cause. At all ol Hie C. F. Tolleslrup, supplied the. siohs Supt. James E. Ellison presid-l Sin5' ed, ably assisted by his counsellors, 1 "er- 0. P. Ursenbach sad-.T: 0.-King. In! departmental work, many excellent' and 'The Marv'lous papers were read, dealing with proh-i "ork, from Haydn s Creation lems vital to the success and rendered with splendid effect, being oi this great .institution. The the blending oi the voices ol.-the.or- Sunday schools ol the stake were being very harmoniously exe- ported to be in splendid condition, icuted- all of the organizations thriving and President Allen 4 address on.Sunday- doing an effective work both among' afternoon was of. patriotic vein. He the young and the old, for the par- j spoke emphatically in condemnation ents' class -has now become a German militarism, and commend- prominent feature ol the "Mormon" i "d in highest terms the noble stand Sunday school I of Britain. He heartily endorsed the Saturday evening in the recruits in the south, encour- Academy an enjoyable social v. en. the stako board being the ol the visiting delegates, parents and' vlco in. 'he. ranks of those who are FEBRUARY FURNITUREMLE Of all tlie sales this store lias ever held, this one is to be the most phenomenal in value giving. Circumstances have made it possible for us to outdo all former records in this sale, and we have no hesi- tation in stating that we have the fullest confidence in the values we are giving. Furniture, Rugs, Draperies, etc., have never be- fore been marked at such prices.: Prove .to, yourself .what -Ave tell you here is true. s Knight was giv- all S. S. enthusiasts. A giv-laSmB parents to ofier their sons hosts i willingly when the time came'for set- the vindication of-hu- was rendered incl uding rousing pro-! struggling for the vind udine a fine man rights and libertie: THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE UB HSTAUBD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE TOOB WHb, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Pollcict other valuables in of tlieM boxes PM! .Lethbridge Branch--R. T. Brymner, Mgr. GERMANY WON'T FINISH GREEK BATTLESHIP London, Feb. the Exchange Telegraph Athens cor- respondent, the cqnatrucUon of the Creak'dreadnaught Sala'mls, at the Vul- can Co.'a ship yards at Stettin, Ger- many, has been Gtopped because the Greek government, for special reasonfl, hag not made tiir rixeu pajokent on the contract. Tho Ureek naval mia- elon supervising the construction of the vessel, the correspondent adds, has beeo recalled. The .Salamfs, according to the sped- Hcatlons, waa ,to be a; ton ship. JANNEY WILL RAISE CANADIAN AIR SQUAD Halifax, N.3., Feb. E. L. .Tanney, a Canadian aviator .-who hae made a name for himself before and during the present war, returned from the front on the steamer Zee- land. He has been doing ecout duty for the British array during the last few weeks. He la now re tumid g to organize a squadron of aeroplnnea to he built and equipped and Hi tuned In Canada. Three drawer golden-finish, bevelled plate mirror. S i x only at S8.50 Don't be late. Get one. White Enamel Iron Bed full size, woven wire spring and good mat- tress S10.00 Window Shades Thirty only Window Shades, .some slightly soiled from handl- ing, were 75c to While they -35C Curtain Nets A large and choice assortment. We have mads two tables of 'LOT: NO. Z-PEQULAR'PRICES FROM TO PER RflJM LOT NO. PRICES FROM 4flc TO 65c PER AT PER YARD................... AT PER YARD We can only list a few of our many bargains, of them. Conic and see. The store Is full BATOEN BROS. "Lcthbrldge'8 Greatest Home 70S 3rd Ave. South. Lethbridge, Albwta. ;