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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOTO THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915 Ifoevatfc EUbeita DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATE3 Dtl.7, delivered, per year..... Dully, br mall, per year...... mail, per year.... J4.00 TELEPHONES Dullness 0 Iflco Edliorlal Ofllce A, Bucnanan John Director Business Manager 1253 THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Tlio bent ot ihc enemy's acl.on Is dirrcted towards ibi' Curparlilniis whcro he is roporlod Lo V gciiding heavy -relnforc niu'iit> ilius (Jepletlag his lines altmg 11: Europe front.' rights This -sprains the crssaiitfn of lios- iilities boyond actions of a minor reason why ii.e Dominion amlionUes character In Belgium and France, me should assume some measure of re- Alliea bol'ns content to consolidate isponsibimy in this parliciiliir case, and strengTheu ilialr "In any evput nil these south conn- spring campaign. In Alsace ihe saau jtiy fanners are asking for is little tlio mitt lor Is, Iheroforo, ono (or tlio provincial govenioicnt (o tk'al ivltli. ''Tlio Herald hopes there Is soim mlsl.ako here. Kven if fool ol laud laclmlod lii Iho Fclii-me ouU'il wo can sec no reason dint fact should relieve ihe nonunion pov- enimeut from liability. There farm- ers ure uot always owners; at 0110 time tfioy WITO ion government, wards. If you trutl surely Hit1 thru them Ihe putputs to Uit'ir huul uiier tlier Jiari doue tliclr owes Iheni soniellilnt; when IL Is rrovon that ;is mailers stand llio laiul is Imruly worth cultivating. .Moreover, while ii insv- true that patents [or this land luive been gran led lo iho individuals, it is also .rue llmt tlie Dominion government s siill holding from the1 province nny 10 iU Inmls and natural re- which looks like another good BARON BURIAN New Premier p[ Austria, whoso groat characteristic is his hatred of evoryth'njr and everybody Russian, sary for this work Just now. It Uierc quiescent attitude prevails with noih-lmore than a loan, for which they are j is to be refusal o? the appeal it would ing beyond trench fighting. amongBi ihe es of the find the two millions utves- Carpathians Is evidently going on I pay Perhaps the go-.vrnment TvJlh nothing of a nature j cannot reached, though reports as aifcct j __ Ihe Russians, are encouraging and j---------. EDOW them in a to raid the I Hungarian plains. Along the rivers Brura and Rawka the deadlock which has been existing for the last month still continues al- though an offensive against the Russ- ian positions Warsaw f fteeD from time to time attempted by the enemy. The latest development in the sit- uation la the waning to the United States by Germany to avoid the north and west coasts of France. Tbis may Imply a regardless loosing ot the en- emy'g su.bmarlne9 destroying mer- chant traffic, or ajain the Intimation Of danger mar ivcU be In accprdance .-with the enemy's campaign of produc- ing "Wg-htfuinMis" as part ot his war tactics. Trillins to pledge their farms ns se-j be better lhat this should be the res.- curity and which they are willing to I son rather than that the Ottawa au- thorities nre unsympathetic or refuse to assume any responsibility." THE MEXICAN SITUATION IB a lensthj statement delivered to Congreis some time, early last sum- mer President Wilson Intimated that the best phurto follow "with regard to Mexico to allow them to "fight It out." For sli months they haye ibeen fighting It out, and today the situation ii Trorse than ever. 'Were It not for the European war, the Mexi- can situation would hold the centre ot the stage, but the situation Is In- teresting nevertheless. The. provis- ional president. Garza, has leU Mexi- co City and departed for the south. Villa has practically usurped the pre- sidency, and set up a civil govern, ment. Where the imbroglio will en no ons knows, tout the .Mexicans evidently taking Wilson's advice an it oat." For Sale at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridge Hotel THE SESSION The outstanding feature of th Speech from the Throne delivered a the opening of the House yeeterda iraa its entire absence of any forecuB of legislation other than measure dealing with, the'w. In that care i la safe to assume that the session Trill be non-contentloiM. Which Is as It should foe. At tbj opening of the Mother Parliament on "Wednesday, opposition leaders stated that they would continue In suppor of the government's wEr measures many of which they had been inform ed of previously, but at the same time the AsquiLh government would have to take all the rcaponafbllUr for the 1irar, and the opposition felt itael Iree to criticise where It was fceltevec criticism was due. There have been hints in some Treatem papers that the Liberals at Ottawa were gains to break the truce this session, 'but so far there has been no announcement of such, a decision "We hope the truce will be continued and we hope also that our Couss live friends will not construe sincere criticism as a rlolatibn ol the pacL If the Liberals engage in criticism where it la due, they will merely be following the lead of the Conserva- tive party in the Brother Parliament It will not necessarily mean that they are endeavoring to oppose the wai measures necessary for the conduct of Canada's share in the war. The Turka hadn't much "pep" left when they reached the Suez Canal and tielr attack! were puny. Tlie Jigure Porte IB cutting In this war Isn't very much. The Calgary Herald (Conserratl7e) speaking editorially of the Old Mlh diversion project and Ite reception at Ottawa, Che scheme, and hopes ihe government trill come to aid of the Armeri. -Hera the war It aiifts up the el tuition; "A opeolaJ didpttofe the from Ottam that the Do- minion ffprernment IB not Icclloed to regard favor the appeal of South- ern Alberta fanners an irrigntion project fed from'the Oli (Man rlrer. The argument IB that the laud to be your friends any time you like-the Vidrola is always ready to help you. the latest popular songs by high-class singers, grand opera by the world's greatCfft artists; instru- mental music every instrument played by those who play it best; and surely want to dance the perfect music of the most famous dance orchestras. Every day, every evening will be a time of infinite pleasure with a Victrola in your home. Vidtrola IV Wllh IS ten-Inch, double-tided VliSor Record) >ete your own choice) 133.50 Sold on easy terms, if desired. Diner Vich-olw from to (on emj payment, if and ten-inch, double-sided Viflot Rccofi ii 90c for the two Kltctima X "Hit Mailn'i Voice" deolei in any town at otf in Curiads. Wrile for free copy a( out 350- page Muiical Encyclopedia lining over 500U Victor Records. Ask to heir i Long, Long Wiy lo wng by John McConnicl, ihe (imoiu IrUh Record No. 64476. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. UMITIB Lenoir Street, Moatreal Vicftor in Canada Patronize Home Produdto IN EVERY TOWN AND OTY Mason Risch, Limited! Phoni 781. WESTERN BRANCHES. 4O4 6th Street South. PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR 1 UK ll US If MAN Leon Kcvillon, senior member ol the Jinn of Itcvillori Kn'i'cs, died ii J'ni'is, according to a Irli-'i'tani rc-.ct'iv- id by J. 1-Mmouluu man- ager of (lerilloti, Limited. On .Monday, March l, Edmonton ratepayers will be asked to approve to take over ihe Vikinj; gas well from I lie Kilmonton Industrial association and to cxurrisi currod by the city in that connection. It is expected Unit ilic slci'l of and Great rail- way will reach Lac l.i Uichc, one "red aiiri fourlmi uiilps Iroin Llic junction with the D- mid U, C( railway, this week. Andy Page of Medicine Hat has re- iLMvod word that his brother William lias been lost-in a naval engagiMiienL. .t is thought thaL he in tlie light in The XoVlh Sea. D.r. and JHrs. J. A. Armstrong left Rcgina Saturday for New Orleans. 1r. Armstrong will lie absent ior :ome months during which time he vill purchase horses for the British mpcrial ItciJioiint.Ciniuiiission- Leoa Qimtrc, of Edi-iouton, has been nvalirted home, owinc In wounds re- jived while laying mines with a iTEMich company against German The feat oi Lieut. Joseph Cnrtierry, U.S.A., m esta'jlisliiirj; u new Amcri- cau. altitude record for aviator and one passenger, at San Jrmu- i ary 5 last, has been odicinlly recog- nized by the contest committee oi the Aero Club oi America. H. Stewart, has been em- by the Hudson Hay Co. at j Fort Smith, on the .Mackenzie walked to Edmonton, a distance ot 1300 miles to enlist and is now train- ing with part oi tlif second conting- ent. Mr. H- V. D'Ardier of London, who has just icturned from long sojourn en the edge of the 'barren declares that Stefianscm, the leader ot expedition sent out by the riian government to conduct explore-' in the far north, is still alive. At a short but busy srssion nE the Brandon, council Monday night a i strong resolution was carried asking th? board oi railway commissioners to urge the Grand Tnuik .PaciJic rail- way company to complete its line in- to this city. A decrease of twenty-seven million dollars in the customs collections ior months of the fiscal ycar is indi- cated iu ihe customs returns for the month of January. The total collec- tions i'or the ten months were sixty-; three millions, as compared with ninety millions ior the ten month per- iod in 1914. but not "Is it Made in "Is it made as well in No person could be expected to buy Covran's Perfection Cocoa simply because- it is "made in Canada" if other cocoas offer better values. In quality and selection of the cocoa beans, in flavor and richness and in wholesome food-value Cowan's Perfection Cocoa is as good as we know how to make it and that's pretty good. After you have satisfied your- self as to its excellence is time enough to be glad that it is "made in Good cocoa is "great stuff" for winter weather. Just try the best Half-pound e one-pound tins IE' KILL FiGS TO SAVE FODDER Wfi, Feb. following CaS- j i in the Canadian expeditionary Animals Valued at Fitly Millions to Sacrificed Oitaw sialtics........ force were announced by bc i department tonight I Died oi i Jan. Corporal John Amsterdam, via London, -Feb. Huston, P.P.C.L.I., next oi kin.'Mis. The Berlin Tageblart nays iLat .Ih" j 10. H. Huston, 631 North John St., German government intends to buy up j Fort William, Ont. pigs to the vnlue of to be Bounded and canned, in order to aave, Kc ant Major Heij (leorse Lcs. odder useful for military and other) p.pc.L.I., in left firm, ad- purposes.___________________ to N. 2 BtaLionary hospital, I LJouioznc, France. Next ot kin Mrs. DESCARIES SUCCEEDS MONK c. Hiown, 77 York Roail, Reading, WHEN IN ROME DO AS THE ROMANS DO But when in Hie West do as the majority of Westerners do. Drink Montreal, Que., Feb. Ade- ard Descaries, K.C.; of Lachlne, Con- was this afternoon elected iy acclamation for the vacant seat in Eng. Severely Private George Smithson, P. P.C.L. J.p sdmilled to No, 13 stationary acques Cartier conalltuenoy, Bouloene, January 27. with ,or to tte late Hon. F. D. Monk. _VI- gunshot tt'ound in head. Next oi kin, iert Glngras, Independent Liberal, had een nominated to run against Mr. Jeacariea, nut at 1.45 o'clock, Air. Gin- Tas entered the town hall and an- loimced that he would not he a can- Idate. WON'T SELL W1LHELMINA CARGO London, Feb. commission or relief in Belgium has received no >l H.H..L .Ulb. I'lanL to its offer to purchase the cargo 1 the Americaa snip Wilhelmina. thus w Condon, Eng. iverting her from.. Hamburg, and voiding an international Incident which la believed here to he Inevit- able it the vessel tries to reach Ger- many ivith ner cargo of foodstuffs. The announcement from-Washing- ton that. Count vcn Bernatorff, the German ambansador to the United States will guarantee that the cargo hospital, will he used cnly for civilians in Ger- many baa not Influenced the British go-vernment. JFrs. Q. A. Hraithson, 370 Gloucester street, Ottawa. February C. Cjisp, Sec- ond Brigade, C. F. A., at Bullord Cottage, from Meningitis. Next of kin, John Crisp, 29 Bishop street, StaSord, Eng. February Henry Ccok, 10th battalion, at London. Next ol kin. Mis. Fiancis Cook, Holham I Road, Putney, S. You will then be sure of getting the best Tea sold Eend this Advertisement with 29 cents to Blue Ribbon, UmlttJ Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Ths" belt book Tor use In Western Canada. Write name and addreei ptilnly, Seriously ill Private John Wlieatley, P.P.C.L.I., at Havre, no particulars given. Next of kin, P. It. Wheatley, Seaiorth, Private Thomas B_. Trull, 3rd bat- Urs.. Arthur Lidtlle hovo-beeu talion at No. 1 ONLY ONE "Bremo Qdntne." that is Rromo Quinine, a Cold in One Day, Grip in 2 Csys. on tax. 35o. BTJKDETT Uiirdett, Feh. children of sick Canadian Ocneral loi I some time, but ate now tecover- (particulars not ing T. E. Trull, RECIPE TO CLEAR A PIMPIA; SKIN Pimples are Seeking an Outlet Through SKln Pores. Ptmplea, sorea and iolls usually re- salt f.rom toilns, poi.ionB and Impurl- tiw whWi are generated in the bow- els and then afosonbed into the blood through the very ductg Tfliich should only nourishment to sustain the body- It Is the function of the kidneys to alter impurities from the Wood and cast them out In the form of urine, but In many Instances the Tlic stork visited the borne of aiirf Nelson last Tuesda-y line leiL Gunner H. J. Woodward, 3rd hrl- gaJc C. F. A., N7o. 1 General hospi-, EHSWorth Campbell enttrtain- tal o; tumor of the brain. Jve.vt o! cd (JlC golrtiers' Aid IVednesday af- 46 ternoon. Wn, Florence Woodv.-ard u. busiest man in town Salnrday, 'ay Issuing gov- talion, 1 General hospital with meningitis. N'eit of kin, Mrs. M. Cob- tllc nl I Tiecessary those desiring aid to apply to the police. Last Tuesday was intonsely cold, Hie thermometer registering about '10 degrees below. The snow is deep and Ladies! Try this! baauti- (crusted over ami the stock is sufier- fully and nobody can inR- Quite a numtsr.oi. horses 7 cattle have already died m tlie SAGE TEA. INTO GRAY HAIR back its gloas and thlcknest. 3 ihs- create more toxins and Impurities than the kidneys can eliminate, then tfce blood uses toe skin pores as the next beat meana of getting rid of these impurltlei which often break out all over the skin In the form of ilmploB. The sareft war to clear the ekln ol these eruptions, says a noted a.uthor- T, la to get from any pharmacy about ._ur ounces of Salts and take a aljleEpoonful before breakfast for one week. TtilB Trill prevent the fonna- lon ot toilni In the "bowels. It also stimulate! the kidneys to normal ac- Ivttr, thua coaxing them to niter he blood oC Impurities and clearing ho akin of plmplae. Jad SaltB Is Inexpensive, hannlcBH and IB made from the acid of grapes and lemcn Juice, combined' trlth llthJa. -I.ero you havo a pleasant, ellervescent [rink wlilch ufliially makes pimples leeppcar; oleauaea the blood and Is ixcellont for the kidneys an wall. For hy J, HlglnbolhBm ft Co., Ltd. (.trict. Should the present weather con- Common garden sage brewed into a -tjnue through February there would bowelsj heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohoj a jn stock unless the andert, trill turn gray, ctreaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxur- iant; rci bit of dandruff. stop scalp itching and falling hair. Mixing the Kage Tea and Sulphur re- cipe at home, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get the ready-to- use tonic, costing about 50 wnta a large bottle, at drug stores, .known an "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- thus avoiding a lot of muss. While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not nlnful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive- ness. By darkening your hnlr with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one can tell, It does It so naturally, no evenly. You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking ono small strand at a time; -by morning nil gray hairs liavo disappeared. After an- other application or two your hair be- comes beautifully dflrlr, glossy, soft Mirl luxuriant and you Rppear years younger. Sold by J. D. Hlglnbotham .Co., Advt, government ships in feed, as many farmers have neither hay nor straw. The people in this district are very grateful to the government for the way in which they have issued reliet. The Patriotic Society were entec- tainc-d by Jlr. and Mrs. Hendershobt Friday evening. Tlje evening spent in tnusic and dancing. The mu- sic was furnished by Jlr. Hoy Camp- bell, Mr. Raymond Foole and Mr. Don Coltman. There were about guests present and they spent one ol the most- enjoyable evenings oE tho season. Mr." Kirkham, the custom house is vory enthusiastic con- cerning this work and the people in this, district are in (ull sympathy with him, and are endeavoring to do all fchcy_can to support tlie govern- ment In this great work., R. D. LJoole took a slclgli load o[ young people four miles south pt town Saturday evening to practice for .111 cntertainmcntr. On. Sunday, .Inn. 31st, Miss .Jos- ephine. Parker, who Is Leaching tne Brownsdale school, and her brother, Mr. P. Parker from Madeod, spent a very pleasant evening at the home ot Mr." and Mrs. O. A. Poole. Jas. Trarers, Man., had his house totally destroy- ed Ity lire. Good Spirits; can only be enjoyed by Chose wham digestive organs.work naturally and regnJarly. The best corrective and preventive yet discovered for Irregu- lar or. faulty action of stomach, Ilveroe bowels, is known the world over to be BEECHAM'S PILLS In 28 MBll This advice is doubly important with the knon-Jedge that every three niloutej some one in the United States succumbs to consumption and many refuge to realize they are afflicted until f Us too late. It is after colds or sickness, fromorcr- wort, co it fining duties or Tvben general weaknesa exists that tubercular germs thrive because the resistive powers o( the body are weakened. Only with fresh -Jr, sunshine and abundant rich blood can one -hope to tirrest their progress, nutl the conccn- Iralcrl fats 111 Scott's fynulsiou furnish fuel for rich blood, and its rare nourish- ment helps strcnrthen Ihe lungs while it builds un the forces. If you work indoors, tire easily, feel languid or run-down Scott's Emulsion is the most strengthening food-medicine known and is frco from stupefying drugi. Avoid Tonjofo, Oaltrio. ;