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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1915 THE L R T II H R I I) G E DAILY H E tl A L I) PAGE SEVEN Marvel City at Golden Gate Unrivaled in Splendor; Powerful Influence for Peace, Says Vice-S one word has taken on a new si eace for humanity. Peace Lo pursue action i the upward and Iney reflect the thought LI1U of peaceful pursuits, and rcnch their civilization; peace nml tran- quility tor the millions who tucccasea during oi' follow- long- periods of national and in- suffering1 ir. risirit natc soldiers arc suffering In royalty and subject together in Hie the super-cruel methods of warfare Dr. I.. T. Allen, who has iwu caM for six visiting his old home ii; XOVLI Scotia, lias' rrlurnwj, bring- ing with him bride, fai'iucrlj- Miss Alva Stcoh1, of llnnlsport, N. S., V0 whom he inarj'ti'd on Jan. The happy vouug coujjlc arc for Llic iirr.senl. at Huiie I, Victoria Mrs. T. U. oiii- Let. lib r cclcbratnl lifir avia., le' of Kiilh street, r's niiUisi rL'Biduniri, iul LirUtdav on Weil- j Mrs. Niveu, l' three well iiiiinvn pidLiers in Lot anil Diivios' two (lan Mrs. U'ailv.-ork and Mrs. MOL-. A very en joy ii I iiitcnioon in rclntms roniiniscciicPs the ca-r- j ly days. i HRV. P'lulHM' O'Hruin, lormcrly of; I Unl., lake up tvork with Hisliop McXally ai AFTER-SUPPERJALE Shop at the Bay Tonight Tonight we arc placing on sale oddments from each depart- ment after our January Sale- Go they mm. I, and to that end we have given them a price low enough to predict a wind up on thn entire quantity before 10 o'clock tonight. have li Uin city 13. Vanliccu ol -n visiting i Uii.s weak. tirsl great Ex posh ion to celebrate the opening of the Panama Canal. The folforutnff splendid address, czvrcssinn the keynote of the (jrent ternational peace. Their n_'___- 'ire the product of the arts "Panama-Pacific International Ex- position al Snn Francisco, was de- livered by Mr. R. B, Hale, Vice- president of the exposition. Mr. Hale is one of the notable public ir.cn of America and this copy of Jiis address M of deepest interest and significance. Universal Expositions, of which tlie Pannnm-Pncific International Exposition is the fourth in the United Slates, have always stood Cor pence. In Philadelphia, in 187G, the Honorable Joseph R. Haw-ley, Presi- dent of the Centennial Exposition, in his opening remarks said: "From the associaion here of wel- come visitors from all nations there may result not alone great benefits to invention, agricul- ture, trade and commerce, but also stronger international friendship and more lasting; peace." "Acquaintance softens prejudice" has been ringing in my ears ever since those three word3 were utter- ed by a foreign graduate of one of our American universities in a speech delivered feme years ago. Tlic learned state-man, Honorable EHhu Root, voiced the same senti- ivrm when nbout to leave the hiph office of Secretary of State in sub- stantially theso words: "It ware impossible for nation to be at Tror if the people of the--1 conflicting countries understood ench other." Universal expositions soften preju- dices, remove commercial antipathies arid settle political differences by bringing the people of all nations into friendly int -coiu-a for the i and their object is the promotion of peaceful activity ift thought and word uml deed. They are the an- tithesis of war, the embodiment oT pence. Their grounds are stt apart MS extra, territorial devoted to the use of all nations and all peoples on a parity and equality. The Panama- Pucific International Exposition grounds tnday are common tu No creed or rnce is al! have equn) rights and privileges. It is neutral ground for warring or tran- quil nations alike. It is one groat democracy where nil unite in con- tributing to an expression of grati- tude for the present and inspiration for the future, and because the Ex- position is really the child of peace do we deem it a privilege, aye even a duty, to enter our protest against the terrible conditions now prevail- ing in Europe. It is idla to presume that anything that we can do here today will have any material influence in the immedi- ate settlement of the greatest war in history, involving more than half the people of the civilizad world, bnt we ctm raise our voice in earnest protest apainat conditions in Europe terrible to contemplate in loss of jife, in the destruction of property, in (he suffering of homeless women and children and in the effect upon the world nt large. Commercial ac- tivity is checked, industries are par- ilyzed, civilization is being forced imckward, human impulses arc beinpr supplanted by the brutal practices of war. Tha of the innocent have sounded a call for relief, and with dynamic forco that call is irating sentiment through the enpth and brudth of this country peace. Bvtry nu n means of settlement of inter- national contention. Each closing1 day hope look's for- ward to the morning longing that word shall come that our brothers in Europe shall have laid aside their, arms. That glorious day must come v nd when it docs will it not lie pos- sihle to' respond to the world's wail 11. Hooil, oi (.'OoA Co., lias iione to ('algary lo lake treatment for his arm wliicK bailly smashed in runaway several years; ago, and which lifl'' been causing him some trouble lately. and bring about the siirninc oC a trctly of peace for which the world S ray ing. JIG effect of tho is war progress will be lo emphasize l.hc irtance of and intensify the in- ;fc in the great International c conference projected by the n- J the 'rcn'on- day warfare will then he Cully ap- f Pcaklnf i precialeJ and those directly nffoclid "r tie available mth cxpcri- On ThutstJay evening at St. Mary's Anglican church, iliss Lillian Flor- ence was united in marriage to Mr. 'J1. Ilolbu-cll, who lias joined tliK I.ith Regiment of the Canadian .YiuimiiMl Killcs. Tlic was (juiet, only the immediate relatives being.present. Mr. Kothwull was lor- i merly cunuectud wi Hi tho Lussier j Cons (.ruction crynp.iijy. Mrs. Roih- iy a graduate nurse, having fm- ished her course in Medicine Hat I Genera] Hospital last .June. Clubs and Societies htrtvlh L I there shall be es- such a baTis of defense on to assist in prepar- code of international law and ships as are necessary to police the rea shall alone bo permitted; nation contributing its quota to this international naval police which shall be controller! in its movements by an international admiralty whose whole duty shall be to preserve peacu instead of prepare for war. The IHxpoaition in San will h: is now being; weped wirh such titanic fierceness, helliEh weapons and awful consequences. The Ex-po- sition, beinp set apart on extra ter- ritorial frrounds dedicated to the use of all nations on terrru of equality, could fittingly, without prejudice or embarrassment, be used for a peace conference dcsljrnert to settle the differences of the Vrarrin? nations recommendations as may be best fitted to insure lasting peace. And when we loo I; into Uie future may we find ths new cycle of brotherly love superseding Uie dis- cord of today. May the settlement of international strife by war, and blood and suffering, and devastation be supplanted by conference and ne- gotiation and arbitration; then will follow rest and peece and content- ment for tlie everlasting enjoyment of mankind. As John G. VVhittier tennial hymn in 1S7G: "Oh, make Thou us thru centuries lone In peace secure, in justice strong; Around our gift of freedom draw Tjje safeguards of Thy righteous Jaw, And cast in some diviner mold Let the now cvrlp shrimp the old have reached its highest pur- mankind. As Jolin Whittle r settlement of tho terrific conflict benutifully exprcssed it in his ccn- nirn J.s rtnvr hpinn- eimh J V ,___ The Canadian Order of Foresters arc holding a calico hall Thursday, Fen. lllh. The tonimittse in cburps I of the afiair promises that tins will I a delightful cue, as no pains are i luring spared in thai direction. Knox Ladies' Aid on Thurs- I day, Feb. 4th at 'A p.m. About forty I members were present. Systematic j giviiij; for Januatv, Officers elected for lOla I Hon. Dcnoon. Evert. First McKillop. Second Fairfiekl. DeWolic. D. Donald. Convenor of Executive 'Mrs. C. McClenaghau. I F I The music department oi the Ma- thesis club will meet on Monday al- ternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Ives, Hth St. S. The ladies of St. Angus tic's CONGREGATION HAS 16 EITHER AT THE FRONT IN TRAINING On Thursday evening n banquet was Tho church ball adorned with flags tlooa, en to coBBpicueuB place WAS tlatfcfully satiiiied, Lhc following program war, other decora- giv- large and beautiful honor roll containiDg t-be. names of all tbe men of St. Andrew's Church who have enlisted for service during the present war. The roll is the produc- tion of gUli oi Mr. A. E. Smith of the King, by the chairman Rev. A. C. Bryan. God Save the King. Toast to the Army- Toast to the James men's Auxiliary have decided Ken nod v ;ind 1'rlcr Tlamsay. withdraw t-heir valentine social This most enjoyable and memorable Feb. 15th in favor of tlic clnss who have recently enlist-, rounded them. After the most fastid- ctl in the Mounted Uiflcs. Laillic, teacher of the class. ious anil vigorous appetites, liatl hccn I Mr. John Miller. Macintosh. I Forbes, 'Alexander Miller, Robert lodge, assisted "by Mrs. R. Lindsay, Orches-j Smith, Thomas Simmoneit ami Jus. j presented tbe retiring Worthy Mis- Kennedy. I tress, Mrs. I. Hoynes, with a. Past Two other in em hers of the class .Mistress Jewel, accompanied by an also volunteered, but failed, much lo address. Mrs. Httynes responding with oung Men's Bible: their chagrin, to pass the medic.il few kind words thanks of the Anchor's Mr. Walter Hartley. Toast to the Percy HarLley, oldest, test. It is wnrLh noting, in otiler to manner in which the members inemhcL' oi the class, and Mr. A. show Die spirit of these younc; men had remembered her. Alter reiiesh- lliat all but twci are giving up iiosf- ments were served, Uioss present were VIEWS -OF CANADIAN CAMP AT BUSTARD, ENG. lions to enlist, and tlia-t one of them trealori to a musicale. Mrs. Hum- is undcTgc-'iic; nn operation in the hos-; phries acted as accompanist, pita! at the present time in order i .that lie may so forward the The Art Needle-work Club meets on rest. Monday afternoon .with Mrs. Jos. These young men bare all been Young, 322 5th Avenue S. Live in the work of tbe congregation, j nine of ihem uniting with the church j ;it- the last com muni on- Further, they I rp all wear "Vote Drr" buttons, have tak-rn a pan in ins i'nc roccnt prohibition census in North j In addition to thcsr, eleven St. Andrew's Vuung M-cn's bible; dass is in Kitchener's! Army- by Hohcri N-ess, on the First j Canadian Caatingc-nt liy Joseph :inil-; cr anil William Karl; in the Central' Uritisb Columbia Light Infantry You can Swfali-1! roM collar, paLcJi jn on a Tonight C'oaib, our inosi popular siylw. double shawl ('lioosc- frjm colors navy, green, acar- l iuul fur And Wool SSunvls (J9f All 1-IouL-ycoml) J'ancy [rinfied blui- J'ancy l Today is Pii.V 1'or (iu- Miners Here are Your Shoes! l. Tlmy Tliis of Shoes Lo su suld are strons. slurdv anrl aorvlceliblc working Kcgiilnr 52.25 for Men's Box Calf Bluchci-s Tliis smart lliH; in ilen'E UOK Calf Hlucliers. one or our very lalosL models: just Uie rigla for iiresens, wear. All Regular 51.00 Tf" Delicious Coiifectiojiery, Safcurdny Xig'hl. Treat, 2 pounilK for 25c 100 ijOLUids of tliiR slllendid assortment of -MixeJ [Jigh de CarainelE, Creams, Toffees and ChocolalcE- pounds for 256 It's to find -5c Ilaii1 Xets selling1 S for 2oc Ji( Tlloaf SUk Hair NiJiS willl anil dark brown. Regular 5C valuc.s "TonlBlH Only" S for in liglic, medium Men's iSocli.s lire priced 5 Pairs for itil.OO for Tonight Men's Cashmere Socks, our owu special import. A line lliar. is comfortable flUiiig and will e.vcelleiil ivpar. ff 4 AA Regular 5 nairs I iUU Men's Neckwear Less lluur oueibalf- price lor these smart New Ties A sijecial purcliage of season's newest. 76c values These popular Rug'8 wiNs Prices Just as Popular ALIoilier shipineal- ol' Axminster Regs, rich heavy pile, green (lonil, fa-wu floral- and fawn orientals. Choose 4 QC from 4 designs Size 27x6-1 inches. Worth I Grocery. Treats for "Tonight Only" Juicy Oranges, per dozen............--13c "Mclntosh Apples. 7 pounds1 for. 25C Eobertson''s and Huntley's Jelly Marmalade, Per 1 pound glass jar..............20C Old Country Ginger per pound. -20c Hudson's Bay Co. 'People Are Involved "When is ;i man drunk-1.'11 was the soldiers -was helplessly drunk wlier. question dehated in police' court this he saw him in the Castle hotel oar. morning lor over hour, when three But Mr. Harris thought that a man soldiers, two of them members oE the c0uld nob tell anything atout it if IIP local battery, and one n guard at the Jiad not heen through the experience military prison, were charged with, himself. drunkenness. The magistrate diiieicd, "Would Two weia convicted and Uie charge. man have to be lame to lell whether gainst the' other reduced to one ofPnothsr man was or lie Man.. Feb. 6. Tbe dis- using obscene language, tlie three mep asked. covory of a large assortment of va'iu- lined 53 and costs or 30 days' j !'In order to be drunk according lo able furs In valued at ab- j imprisonment each. One sc-ldier was the dictionary definition of the word, Johnson, and in the 25th Hat-; out stolen at various times j aiso charged with an indictable of- a man must be incapable of taking. tcry training in Lethbridge, by John land in unexplained ways from Winnl- 1 fence, that of assaulting a police ol- care of 'his mvn affairs with regard Kiddcs. In oil, this Ulbla Class, which peg fur dealers', is expected to lead to i jjcer. He fought all' tho way down to i to other said Jlr. Harris. has never numbered more than 2'j members, has Ifi nou' in active ser- vice. We v.-ould like to know ii there is another, Hible tlass in Canada that nan mntcli t-his splendid recoret. In I addition to ihc.se 16 men, SI. An- drew's rhurcli lias 8 othors not con- .nocled with tlie Hible class umkr ser- j vice at the, present time, one whom, Oliver Dunn, is lighting the Irwiflics ut Ypre's. impcrtant dsvolopmentE. It Is believ- ed here tliat the furs were stolen and smuggled across the border aa part of tho scheme of operations of a gang OL international crcoks, 'who have, it is snid, bceri operating al various points alcng the boundary line. the r.'ourtroon and in a scramble on the is, a man may have three or floor while on the way to: four drinks, and still he sober. He is the lock-up yesterday, lie bit the ofh'c- not drunk until the poison has pava- er in tbe leg. Sentence cd on this charge. suspend- lyzed his mind and therefore his i limbs. I have known men who couM Bueiard Tho Unstart] Inn nnd, the divisional IicadqiiarLcrg at the teustnrd Cainji wliurc a section of (lie flrat CunadiBn. contingent were encamped. Tho pictni'c was taken .before Lhw troops wore moveuy into the liuLs, f DOMINION BUSINESS PICKS UP I Ottawa, Out.. Feb. January statement of the finance department shows a picking up in oscisn duties. Tbe revnue from this source was 1, an incrense of over a year ago. The iiost office revenue of was an increase of The public works, railwayg canals and miscellaneous sources also show- ed Increases. The was over two millions 'less than the The cases were of particular inter-! take sixteen drinks, and not be. est in view of ths charge -arising out'drunk, and I have seen men who Through the work of a private de-1 nf them against ths proprietor of the J could consume a quart o[ whiskey in offtective agency furs were traced to j Castle hc-lef, where the men are and lie sotcr." pawn shops In New York. Chicago, St. loged i-o have obtained t-heir drinks. The magistrate said Lhat the court Mr. Hansen was summoned by Chi'el had known oi Ma man who could con- Skeltpn on a charts of permitting and; sume a barrel pi booze and still he suffering a drunken person to consume sober. He wsis inclined to think that Paul, MlnncapoSIs and other cities in the United States, but the greater por- tion of the loot was discovered in OK. He .Minneapolis, and It Is auid here that prominent residents o[ that city will bo connected with the case. A large number of warrants are aald to have been issued, and arrests lis on instructions of the Winnipeg authorities are expected to follow. PROCEEDINGS AGAINST HORN Ottawa. Out., Feb. nUoruoy- mstonis revenue of j general or New Brunawic' 'will LT re- _ ....._ JL_ at the extradition proceed snme month last year. Tho Ir-tiil rev- cnuo [Vein jil.l sources of nearly ten millions was only a little over a mil- lion ;inil n JialJ less than 'lost yenr, which Is considered very satisfactory, considering tbo conditions. For the ten months of the fiscal year the rev- enue was or a decrease J20.P67.908. Ings before the immigration commis- sioner in Elaine in .the Werner von Horn case. The C.P.R, will bercprcsented also, and poesibly the department of justice at Ottawa, IboueH it is not certain yef this will be necessary. I is expected here tlmt the proceedings win begin in a few days. intoxicating liquor on his premises, :tthe men had been on a 'cng bat. They contrary to section 72 oi the liquor )iatl missed the last car lor the bar- licenss ordinnnce. C. F. Harris appeared for Mr. Ilan- sen, and as his client was vitally in- terested in tJjc question as lo whether racks the night fceiorc, and Iiad apprehended by superior officers for being absent from duly without leave. The charge however, ami the soldiers were drunk or not, he the fine imposed, in thr, one instance -endeavored to show, that they not drunk. In examining Detective Kane, were, for using cosrene language The con victed soldier admitted hid Mr. Harris asked tlie detective, if lit? had over been drunk, replied the sleuth. "Have yon ever had a drink oi whiskey And you'tliink you are a cauable judge of when a man is "Yes." Kane had hist given evi- dence'lo the rflcct that one of the imbibed four gins. ALLEGED MURDERER DEATH ACCIDENTAL Regina. Saah.r Feb. Neu man, now under arrest chirggfr-with' the. Henry the murder of Henry .feskie Sask., has made a statement tlie uoHce, in 'which- he admits killing Jegkie, but claims that the .killing iccldeutal. ;