Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHRRIDfiE DA.1I.V HERALD letbbviboe fteralfc DAILY ftND WEEKLV SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally delivered, per year..... Dmily. by mall, per yelr....-.: Business Offlco Editorial s.oo 1.00 WEEK OF WAR Tventy-sci en weeks of war end to- day anil the twenty-eighth week w Eec'brisk developments, .he eastern am. or thejast battl Held. In S vicinity of Warsaw the bntllc oi the campaign test UIULII; same as Von Melhmann tmpted to do with his "sornu. of pnpor" episode. The Now York Jour- _-, the ridiculousness of the German position: "Without denying to Individual Ger- mans, or to the German p-ople a whole, the privilege ot Haling anybody Ihoy may choose, and without in'any way' questioning the lyric merits ot the elfUBion that has won an Imperial decoration for Heir Ernst Lissauer, seems an opportune moment to again call attention lo an Interesting nnd valuable chapter In the diplomatic history of last chapter dealing with facts not yet forgotten. "This is the chapter in which Gor- man officialdom, from highest to low- est, devoted itself whole heartedly to an effort lo make the rest of the world bfliavc that responsibility for the war rested solely wilh Russia. In it there was not only loud dlsclaimsr of German responsibility tat equally rscllerous declaration mat the Ger- PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSV MAN AS IN THE CATACOMBS OF HOME IN EAKI.Y CHKIHTtAN TIMES Thomas CMllna. ploneor of Hid- dulph township, Ont., dlid In his 101st year. The 'battle, with the number of men enga'ed on either side, is of gigantic and is carried on with un- Paralieled fury along the ot the Lura at Bollmow, enst of (orty miles due west of Warsaw. On the right fcank of the slightly northwest of the Rw- Ins operating towards Thorn have driven the opposing Germans to Up- B0 capturing Ihe torn of Skeaype east of it- This Russian army coming southwards by threatens to out- Bani the enemy's forces, waging the contest along the by BoUmow. With all the energy at the enemy directed towards Warsaw his western campaign has lacked nre. He has been content with a few trench at tacks on tie-Aisne on the SaiBsonB; Be'm" line, capturing positions whjch he "had been later forced to abandon- In the ami-Woavre dlitncls his activity, has been temporarily abandoned. To Gnllcia the.Gensjins remforr-emeuts to aid their Austrta allies to stem the Russian into Transylvania, and the Carpathians continues. the Interest of peace. Now it suits rmany's purpose to hold Great Bri- ulone responeible fer the: d to 'hate England.' 'Surely the Gemmae have lull war- rant for their proud ioast that the 3t of the world is unable to fathom e superior logic of Germany's love for Bneland lasted 'Britain slapped In to stop-herniad ca'for power. Germany would ve loved Eneland all through this ar, had we stayed al- wad Belgium, France and Russia to ve been trampled underfoot. Thsn, th her new-found power, Oermany ould have continued te love England 1 the opportune time to turn her ve into hate. Germany's love-maiiiog failed at the ritlcal point. What Sate is so 'bitter that of the disappointed lover! GOVERNMENT PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN The Dominion government last yea embarked on.a. campaign through th newspapers for advertising the appl crop. From the splendid result achieved by this mode of publicity and encouraged.ty the same, a cam paign is now. being initiated tor stlm voting farmers to Bend their eSorts to increasing their areas ler tnral production. For this purpose more than 30 Canadian publications will Se.us.ei advertising campaign will con ducted as a complement of pe "eonal wori.wlih tie farmers ttreutfi the "Patriotism and Production" to Jerences which are being held Umqgh out the Dominion under the ausj pf the Depiituisat of Agriculture. In Bringing home to tie ot tn Boil the necessity of meeting the rraordinary needs which the presen unprecedented conditions impose, th government is rendering both a patn otic service..and tiring farmtir guidance and help for his Went, Newspapers elronlaUnf i i rural districts will prove effectual Channels for the desired infonMBo and irdbUsity. 'Z. The value of newspaper iaa been graspe. fay corporations, p Tats concerns, merchants aad Indrr- ac a mode of helping their tnt prises towards, niccesi. This r, realized by the goTerwant, a III any justification is needed for the necessary putter the. success of tie well-planned .Jld carefully organiied I campaign at may be pointed to. i. In bringing the present war to a i-. mccessful termination a food supply i-' IB oE the greatest' importance. We have richly aided .the Empire's cause f -with men and munitions of war. Ws j have now the means of greatly-adding f to what we have already done. The opportunity lies-with ists There is not a doubt that they rise to'.it. 'They (Will, however, encouragement and. assist. ance In the iwat of. Information and practical hints. This, will, be accom- pllshcd by the government's plan of ''campaign, which Is, well-directed in the means employed for bringing to attention of fariners the essential needs of the times. o far. E. D. Ireland of Sydney, C.B., will succeed G. V. Ho'.i as manager of VM Canadian Bank of Commerce at Seat- tle, Guy Ntckalls, Vale rowing who jotiipil Kltrhoner's Army, has been granted leave of absence, and will return lo the United States. The annual report ol the Saskatoon municipal street railway shows a de- ficit tor 191-1 ot S33.H0.43. Oil operat- ing alone the profit was As a result of the ne'ir German reg- ulations for the making of bread, sev- eral hundred bakers in southern Ger- many along the Swiss frontier have Koe2' eeiiipelled lo tlose their shops. The Italian Parliament nt Its meet- ing on February IS, Is expected lo vote authority to the cabinet to take any action in regard to the 'war It may deem necessary at auy lime. Supt. McCkulev of Ihe Calgary street railway states that the em- ployees of the railway have ho Inten- tion to form union. He states that a were the cause of the discontent among the men. Lewis Harcourt, Colonlol Secretary, speaking In the House of Commons, said the question of holding an Imper- ial conference had been the subject of negotiations between the home and nuent tribute to the British efforts decl'aed tuat It was undesirable man government and the British gov- ernment, acting toselher, did every- ng in their power lo prevent war. At that time Germany was paying Lelhtmtfe, has another 35 lo IB Tuls oity nothing to ashamed Isurw FTftyne is 'among ew recruits to .LethbrtdBe. lo hold one thi! year. George P. Smith, the present mem- ber of the provincial legislature Tor Camrose announces his intention to stand for nomination at the convention to be held in the near future for the selection of a Liberal candidate Tor the Federal riding- The King his recently inspected ine Canadian division with Lord Kitchen- er and WBS much pleased wilh their splendid appearance. While they have experienced many hardships through oad weather and heavy rain, .they have borne all cheerfully and have shown a fine spirit. 'For non-payment of taxes and for corrupt practices on his own port and his asents, the election of D. C. 5lc- as mayor of Fort Fr.incis, Ont., has beeu declared voi'd by Judge Fil.cn, whose judgment" also provided that the respondent should be disqualified for the term of Iwo.years. Neil Primrose, son of the Earl of ncaebery, and member of Parliament for the Wished! division of Cam- bridgeshire, has been named Parlia- mentary-Secretary for Foreign At- fslrs succeeding Francis -Dyke Ack- Ignd.'who becomes Financial Secretary of the Treasury. The -Earl of Aberdeen, retirine lord lieutenant of Ireland, whose announc- ed intention of assuming the new title of Marnais of Aberdeen and Tara, pro He ught to be a fighter for he got his jainlai in a good school. He rapre- voked strong protest from Ireland, has reconsidefed his decision in view cf this criticism. It was announced that he would style himself Ihe Jlarquis ot Temair, a name 'which Is anciently as- BRITISH GROCERY CLERKS DIST RIOTING CANADIAN FMPB letter which told how much Canada This picture, which came from Lancashire was accompanied There is considerable distress In Lancashire, People's Forum MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8.191B THE ONLY CUBE FOR CONSTIPATION WoUirtil Remedy Mada Ron Fnlt Juleis. Avon, ONT., MAY nth. 19'i- have used for Indiccslion Constipation wit i iiiosl excellent results, and conti- nue to be my only medicine. When I first started about six yenrs ago to am them. I looklonrat doM-taf pa- dually reduced Ihe dote tooue tiblet at Before lakluR "Pnllt-a-tira I toot snlli and other pllli but the treatment wo? too liarati. I thought 1 iniitht well suffer from the illnesl as from thcsi; Flailly. I snw Frult-n-tlves advertised with a. letter in which some one recommended them very hlp.nly, so I tri.d them, ind I Imve no hesitation in recommending them." ANNIE K. CORBSTT. 5oc. bor, 6 for trill lUe. J5c- At nl! denlers or sent on receipt o1 price bj i'ruit-a-tives Limited, ft NEGLECTED ART ADVANTAGES OF TAKING SPE- CIAL CARE WITH FUNDA- MENTAL FARMING OP- ERATION art ol ploughing, if not lost, been much .ncBlccted ot The lins cl'Xtaiiily during rcccr.t years anil vcr; lew tl'c younger tjencrjition ol iarmcrs have" rcal'l) acquired it. In travelling through the country one sees repeat- ed evidences of the lack of interest in this very important brunch of tillage iterations. Ploughing, as the first and heaviest operation in preparing .lie soil to receive the seed, should, receive particular attention. Jlanv attribute the'present-day lack' oi'interest-in ploughing' to the advent o! thr two-furrow and machine ploURb, In using two-furrow -or machino iiloiiEhs it is necessary first to ac- quaint, oncsell with the workings and. incclianism ol the plough, to be thor- oughlv familiar with it when in oper- remair, a iiame nuivu 10 Mtld 'Narth Lethbridge for two years 160ciated with: the historic hall of Tan. irable aldermanic council. SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE TO CANADIAN SHIPPING The Canadian Pacific Hailwu, nounces the addition of two spleudif new ships to their present lantlc service, and 'which will again emphasize the rapidly growing trade TJnlc Sam the other appro- rtitxi about to carry on prolectB in the State'Of Mon- ul doM. Uncle Cam has set the and now Southern Alberta the Otuwa it Russian who the beginning of Uie war, our second line oi troops is greater anil our en- tire armies are much stronger. Ihe IIIEB ate more hardened and physical-' lly ami mornlly more ready. "The enemy's territory has been oc- cupied in East Prussia and Galicia to a greater extent than our most optimistic expectations, while the Germans arc occupying practically the same lines as at the outset oi the IS NOT IMPORTANT The distance between the Bzura river and the German front though ;reater in miles than between Soch- and Warsaw, is mane scivii-c, _D_- Petrocrau -I uussian gcneLui wiiu unu r emphasize the rapidly growing trade to Emperor Mich- .much less important for the reason and travel between Canada and Great l', f- neccss'arilv nameless, gave .that there arc no lortined .positions m ALBERTA'S DRINK BILL Editor Herald: In a recent Issue of the Lethbridge Telegram, there is a little Item to the effect that, from the figures given out .at the convcnion ot the Alberu Temperance and 'Moral Re- form League, held In Edmonton a short time ago, Alberta's yearly bill ton alcoholic liquors is making the cost per capita 5127. i a. The Telegram .further says: "This only means nbout s The Kaiser's Zeppelins have rovpn to be a frost, so new to keep up the Illusion a "paper iblockade" is proclaimed. "When -will German peo- get .over the mental aberration which seems to have overcome them, and put their blustering eaperor in hli .place. 11 between aim ja- namclcss, gave .that mere arc uu -J while I an Associated Press correspondent to- between Bzura and ,ct compliment has been paid R jan Tlewpoint o! the -the last three months during wh en -n Canada, in the naming of a> The' aide has just time the Germans haic been occupies new boats-the Melita_and ta ts advan e, h, e ut personBi not.an enor- much M man have again reached tbe flnalg in tae provincial detttiaf toaiw, and will Debt for the with two teams from northern The Lethbridge ichMli almyi etxd high in this eoateit, aid ve are rightfully praud them: May tbey 'bring the onp lack ta tkla year even if, In so doing, they hare "talk an arm off." The Cin.iian Courier UitBkB Hon. r-IarsYiiii is best Minister of in AlWrta because, in- ot exhortinc the farmers of the province to follow certain theories about famine and latting It -go at thftt, he has organized a department of experts and is octually curylng the teachings to the farmers La a, prac- tical way that they will understand and make use of. No arm-chair the- orizing for the Honorable Duncan. He knows too.well how the fanners size up that Eort- of thing. Britain. A distin to wester the two new the Mlnnedcsa. This la very gratify- ing to westerners, and Is a further in- dication that our great western coun- try is more and more, claiming the at- tention which is Justly due it. The west as always, hgi furnished the best of everything, 'both in peace and war and -we are now reaping the beue- I fit. The two new steamers are sister ships of nopular one-class cabin and third class type, and will he as thoroughly modern nnd perfect in de- sign and construction an it is possible for marine architecture to accomplish The dimensions are: Length, 62: feet- beam, .67 feet; depth, 4G feet; tonnage, gross. They are fitted -with combination turbine and reel procatlng engines, driving triple screws, and will, develop a .speed of 15 knots. The passenger accommodation pro- vides for 500 cabin afld 1500 third class. The striking features of the cabin accommodation are the largi number of two-berth rooms, iou THAT CH, Hate! How IAN "the JT OF HATE ____ ._. Oehnans do love -that word, applied ,to Hsjrr Ernst LlBsour-s Hymn of Hale direct- ed at England has 'been Germany with that the Kaiser has felt It Incumbent ion him to decorate the fourth class medal, German educational authorities have placed it alongside "Der Am as eart of. the public school curriculum. Der OL LWU-UCl m muvuiu, IOUB lounge and nmoklns; room on the promenade deck, also the completely fitted gymnasium. The main dinlnc saloon will accommodate 300 passen gem -while the third-class dining rooms will accommodate 500 passen B8The Melita'alid Minnedosa are als equipped with device fo he comfort and. safety, of passengers ncludlne Babcock f WBcoi paten davits for the safe and expedition owerms away.-of lifeboats; doubl bottoms, elving double life, as It to the shipa; wireless telegraphy, an LAND IN SPLENDID SHAPE Baikatehewan His Over Eight Million Aerti "tady Spring Seeding .Saskatoon, Bask., Feb. Sasuat acreage ready for seed thl submarine signalling apparatus. Th cruiser stern not only Imparts a ver war-like these boata but greatly accentuates the stahlllt and seaworthiness. spring is as follows; New breaking Fail plowing Summer fallow This means an Increase over.WU-ol roughly speaking about 16- to' ItP peF The land Is In in fact never even barely normal' growing' condi- tions, the reward of the fsrnier-ought to be ample. The importance of Kicm and pure families spend weekly on movies and But one point the Telegram fail is that ?1.00 per week t or not exactly for ed (rum inspecting the Hussiau in vain attempt iu lt f ices at all the fronts except in the teen prtflably used by us to fortif. aucasus He salt- 'the lir.e from Nowo "Today, a "The territory occupied, by us East Galicia is now part and pa of the empire. Lemtcrg and wm are well fortified and the that the other three persona, pre inl is'well satislied with the new oi things. In the Carpathian Austlians have Men w Help in Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. Caps Wolfe, March 1 Has a complete wreck. I had given up Icent defeats and the j th ere will s the pleasure of the four persons com i prising the household. Tha p'ieasurre, whatever there may ibe of n, is usually for one person nt least I think the Telegram l will hardly have the temerity to sug that the other three persona, pre suraably wife and two children, derive nv re-' much pleasure from the consumption ,rT belli by the husband and father of even "i nL'i -----worth of alcoholic liquors per the by re- jMti r i.r...... SI.OO worth ot aiconouc imuora irai ue insufficient to ThariKlhe you for the space, i armV_ i _ _ WHIDDINGTOX. new blood into their army. MAKE THINGS AT HOME the outset oi the war Jears were expressed in view am, Very truly yours, ition little or no difficulty will then HO experienced in obtaining satisfac- tory results. A plough, suitable to the soil should be chosen. II the soil u loamy, and requires to be turned flat choose a plough with sufficient width of share, a board with ample turning capacity, a beam high enough to. pel- mit the nse ol the jointer when turn- ing under green or coarso, manure, and sufficient ol handles to the plouehman control it with ease If the soM 1. heavy and Inclin- ed to cement, use a narrow plough- one that will set tte.soU give a good harrow edge, and bave press to the board to place .the fur- row O.VCT so that, it will. not lall back'. In using' either a Blngte. or lurrow plough, care should fee taken to turn over the whole furrow and to leave no part unploughed. Get awav from the cut-and-cover plaru 1'each the boys doing is worth doing well, especially The old adage that more grain grows on .crooked oor tam the war tea" _ of the dinicul- STATES WILL PROTEST tics ol importation, as to where we ___ tics ol imporaon, a ___ were to get necessary mechanical -im- -v7aBhIngtonp D.c., Feb. Un- Ited States -will not submit silently to grain grows on .c Sn strlight ones il-a poor tajmtlve and is not helpiul in ba -r reputation as a model hrmtr. Plough tire bar-k Held as carelully as the fleld __ ,A: am T.hflt all plemcnts. Necessity has tll and tosources ot the ,Rru nalion i Has a compee nalion jany slna all of getting better or living any us in Germany aim lenBth of time, as I was such a sufferer have been perfectly replaced] tosources ot the i Germany's war zone y slnall wares, loimeriy inTe3tigate lo g us in Germany aim wo notes pub itria, have oeun the Moscow maniitactaiers. Vil- from female troubles. BntI took Lydia by the Moscow manufacturers. COI1 E. Pinkhsm's Vegetable eompeund, srd iaRC hand work is produces j Thme today I am In good hbaith and have a ]tory cutlery, saddlery and munitions.. -'twin boys two months old and i and in making-these things me pair of Win oys wo mon, o a an n powingfinely. I surprised doctors ana i ant is showing remarkahle. neighbors for they all know wh.t wreck I was. "Nowlamhealthy.hanpyand hearty, and owe'it all to Lydii B. Plnthnm a remedies. You may publish this Idtlcr If you like. I think if more women order. First she b'et accurate texts 10 ..uico published from Ber- Then she will act to save Amerl- commerce from demoralization, ficte were made clear this mdming by official intimation. adjoining the roa that all adjoining the roa-, -_ fields are ploughed In .way as to attract attention, by -their neat- ness. It Is cheap efficient adver- tising. Good lair crop cr.-, -Ofl: a whteh has been poorly hotter crop can bP. pown on a well ploughed neld.-F. C. N. itx leaders need your remedies they would have j produced here, i better J..T..COOK, Lot and such occurrcnc No..7, .Cape Wolfe, PiE.I., Cansda.. NATION ANT Becwse your caseifl .dirHcultone, and doctors haying done you no good, do riot crntinne to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham'a VcBalible 'Comiiound a trial It surely hai remedied many cues of female ills, such as Inflamrhtt- tion, ulceration, displlcements, tumors, backache, and It may be eiacHXiWhat you need. The Pinkham record is a prond anil peerless one. record rff constant victDrjr the women that deal out denpajr. Itiianes- Wbliihed.fsct that Lydia E, Pinkham's VngetnbleCompound has restored health to thousands of-cuch suffering .wotncii. Why don't you try it it you such t medicine? me articles ale success- lullv orcduceil When our> troops were i in East i'russia, the first time, they secured eisftl- barbed .wire machines. These were brought to Russia and copied so that such machines are This is one :es arc numero NATION AND ARMY-ONE "Tlie relations of the soldiers and] be- x ea himl. raylss. one haid.toTt- place we can be spared. "A felicitous circumstance is the absolute .unity of the nation anil the army. Officers and men me extremely I alive' to what transpiriiig -in the, countrv and arc gratifiod .to see .the concord between the ..government, an.d the people and the interat which tha cnlIrPc people arc taking .in. the nalim Sanitary conditions can. ho fudpd hy the insrpilnrant number., of illnesses and the vigor ol the .men in the ranks." __ Rcv R Van MuiritM ol Vaiieou- vcr, has acceplal call lo St I an! s Presbyterian cnurch. Nelson, B-. V- n't tell by Inliinf >t Thi onlv realUtt of nofingquaiitu Buy material, that Roofing AsL lour dcnlcr for prod- ucts Blade uB-liey bear our name, General Roofing lr.r.f.