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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FB3BUARV 11, 1915 ttbe Ibevalb DAILV AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, pbr j-oar..... br. mall, per year....... by mnll. per year, in. M.OO S.VO 1.00 TELEPHONES Burtnesa OiUci? Editorial QBco W. A. Bucrunan WftDflgiaK Director 1262 1321 jolin Torranct Business JlaaBjer THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The enemy's offensive by tlio rivers (Bzura and Rawka. outside Wnrs.Tw, has failed ill fcolh its objectives, of occupying Hie capital cily. and ot di- verting the Irom ihelr nd- viinre In East Prussia towards Ko- nigsberp. In fact llip Russian forces liave so fnr progressed in rlils ncr- tliera advance tliat (hey are threat- to outilank the ousmy's line from Gumbiunen, east o[ southward along ihe bor- 'ders by Ihe Mazurian lakes. This the Czars forces are likely to effect dy strong position they hold between "Jnsterberg and Tilsit. The enemy has'evi'dentlv been out-1 'matched in his Polish campaign, and 'the Russians; linvc taken up in ear- Eesi ihe-drive of Hie Germans from .Poland. Honors appear -to be easy in Ga- SiicnvB juusl trying 10 live up to her reputation. Boots fl.ro toeing probed at Ottawo If you would our soldfors Bonn or their boots tvouldn't stutul uiuct proliiug. Calgnry Is learning, too that coal Is cheaper than gns at war prices, So far as Lethbridgc is concerned hope all towns and cities le.ini tlie same and jjrojlt hy the advice. The captain of the says the German order seizing nil food supplies for the governiriei.t puts different phase on iiic litt.lv msttcr ho is Interested hi. The elm tar. captain will lititl he has a bis order, on his hands trying to keep track of all ihe latest German orders. IICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSV John Schleinmer, rccre of lilandl township and one of the best kn formntion of ibk'gia in tlio tliroat nucj bronchial tubes. The offott oi pine on tho membranes is ;nown I'y Hi most every one. 1'incx ia a valuably I'oiicenfratcd conipouud of Norway pine extract, combined with piwiacol iind otlior natural healing pine elemcnU. There are many worthless imitations of this famous mixture. To avoid dla- nppflintment, ask your drujrsist for ounces oi aiid do But accept any- thinj; A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money ptoniptly refunded, ROCS with this preparation. The Pines Co., To- ronto, OnL and Great Britain out of the many int-ornalic-nal questions which are naturally expected to arise be- tween that nation and ourselves in Uie observance oi that country Q[ its neutral relatious with the belligerent powers. While no official expression 01 sympathy with the Allies has been made by the government ot the re- public, yet it is A matter of profound satisiac'lion not only to the people ol Toronto, Onl., Feb. most Interesting evidence in tho magisterial nveattgation fnto tho churee of oon- uplmcy ngalnet the JIcCutclUKT. Bros, glvelii by Dr. of 'Ixindon, 5nfland, who the alleged re- ircsentatlons made to him for the pur- pose of Inducing him to becoms n stockholder in Ihe projuci. "May- on the Saskatchewan Illver. Ho nveated a liundrad pounds, but subse- quently found he was liable for double hal amount. In addition to that aa piVicl 150 more wlioii tlio Edmonton Io-, atlon presented difficulties and the Bhnrelioldqrs were offered mi altorna- [jrojioHitlou Iu Culgury opposite tho Cttnadlnu Northern slutlqn. He bud boeu promised anythlUK f.'oin 40 to 4QQ per cent, on his money, but BO far had rooelvod nolthev prlncliial nor Interest. la rftply 10 counsel Cor the defand nuts, lit) allbsed fraud becauee tlio pro- perly iu Calgnry 'wiis not opposite to the station; next, because he him got nothing for his money, and, third, cauEG It had been stated that the val- uation of the Calgary property woe whereas Jt won not worth ono-fifth of that sum. When illness threatens a raid, reinforce your defences with Bovril ITMUSTBEBOVRIL OF ALL STORES. ETC. tort IvAtl.lft; (HAM.; II u.MutotnMM HJI 8.B.V. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE house. Ja doing so, he said that Mr. Sev.gny, altJiougJi displayed qualities young njan, which nilmirably Ottawa, Fob. the House to- Mr. Albeit Sevigny, member lor Dor- ay consideration is being given to a Chester, be appointed to the vacant esolution providing forjpoat of chairman o[ committees, OL var pmpcses. The budget will be iu other words, deputy speaker of the rought down, by .the finance minister ,ONG CONSERVATIVE CAUCUS Ottawa, Feb. had a liUlc alk on the session, the war and prob-i arrsing out oi said Pre- mier Boideii blandly to the newspap- ermen at the ccflciusiou oi the cau- cus of the members oi the party, which, for length almost a tec- ord breaker lor the present parlia- ment. The caucus lasted from 10 until after 1 o'clock under the "many ways IQI the post. But what titled him to fill the position. He had a. good command of both his native tongue and the English language, which was admirable. WHAT ABOUT HIS PLEDGES Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that he did not rise with the object of opposing the motion. He was prepared to agree that Air. Sevigny was yualified in _ _______________ ______ j ______ Canada but to the people of Great presidency of J. E. Armstrong, on would the electors ot Dorchester say Britain that the Anglo-Saxon press of! East LaruLton. tlnd tlie atmosphere JalwJien they learned that Mr. t great country almost as a is in deep sympathy with the strug- Au has 'been passed! gle which is being so successfully cat- authorizing a grant of land to tliejried on of Cfreat IJritaia and her al- Russo-Greek Catholic orthodox parish] lies, of Russi-Banilow, at Wasel, Alta. The slate department claims that VocJf can save year., on the food in tbe city by sys- tematic maits ting. Marshall. P. Wilder, of New York, accumulated a fortune of us a result oi his funny stories and droll Miss Allen, deaconess, working un- SHIP PURCHASE BILL "No little feeling lias been created the railway committee room where is no longer tlie champion ol the the members were gathered was blue! righ-ts of, which he was elected. Hav- with the smoke of pipes, cigars and j ing become the arbiter of the pro- cigarettes, before tic coulerciice .was ceedings of the house, it was now through, so that it was impossible! necessary that he should not be a for those at the back to wre tho partisan. Sir Wilfrid was afraid that ths United Stales over the intro- duction in congress of the ship pur- cbase bill. While a. very aQJniated dis- cussion has taten place both in" the press and in congress on the effect of -the bill should it become Jew, and the results which would How from its operation, it may he safe to say that _ "V der the Bureau Of Puhlic Welfare at'the present indications arc tha.fc has been appointed a coa-jif passed, which is doubtiul, in the first woman cop in Re- jto Germany from the raw products States obtains there for the sugar (manufacture. Alexander Edtrards, bora la North Cumberland county 95 years ago. died :it Peterboro. For a number ol years j In conclusion, its SIltCDMUND WALKER. CV.O.LL.D..D.CJ.. UBMNDEK JLAIBD. Ctatnl Mnjiajer JOHN AIKD. Au'l Gcnnil UHMO V. C. DBOWN. Sumrinlcadaal of Coittil Wuurn BruohM CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank notes are- supplied free of charge on application. wil Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. ol the same opinion as they were in 1011. Sir Wilfrid I.auricr "Then good- bye to t-he' naval net, i" Proceeding, Sir Hobect remarked that Mr. "Sevigiiy Imd Q.L leaEt made as muoli progress in the direction o[ securing a repeal oi the Naval act as Sir Wilfrid had accomplished in his efiorts to -destroy protection. He thought that the member Tor Uorchcs- ler would' have a lone; distance to travel before he could equal the rcc- leader Of the to changes of United States wilt not seen to viola in any sense the conventions Ihe purchase o[ he was manager of the Mill- ing company, and was well known to farmers. Simon Lake, submarine erpert, in interned Hon. Mr. LouejhEC interview .says that nobody out- LETHBR1DGE RIVER The decision to have the name of te Belly Hirer changed to flie Leth-! (bridge River prove? for all time to EngHsh channel, but such a fea-t, he says, is possible. i. A few days after Wm. J. Hardie, A British leservist was picked oR by a come ihnt our Board of Trade is modest organization. Not that we mean tor a moment that the board is modest as to tlie program it under- H is not., .-CbaqelDf the inap is a big job, but not too tig for boosters. Few will regret the dumge, Tbe :bld timers may feel lost until thty grow accustomed to the change nomenclature, bat even the old timer fwil] forget the picturesque name, and Lethbridge on the Lethbridge river (irill appeal to him. As to the tenderfoot who comes I from the effete east names tcount more tban ia the last great yrest, how greatly relieved will he JfeeL It will save him mam- a bluah, he will say Id the LethlbridCQ j Board of Trade, ''well and noblj- done." The Herald that r change will result IB UkiaE the Jfl- ,'fijan EjfB down cottd.ftnd Lethbridge will move avreral j Inland, from that strange land, {edge of civiUzaQon. All ball tbe LeOubridge Hirer! MADE A GOOD CHOICE f Tne Boara of Trade made no mis- take In re-appointing G. K. Marnoch president for 1916. "We believe that the Board of Trade has accomplished more tangible results in 1514 than in BF year of its existence, and we ITS much of the credit for that ac- omplisfameut to the president, for lie profited by .the mistakes oE paat boards.and has concentrated the of the organization on the in- ot agriculture and the better- ment of relations between the farmer German bullet in the hard fighting in Flanders in December last, bis wife gave birth to a boy at the home oi bis parents, Mr- and Mrs. Wm. Har- die, oi Calgary. Total prohibition of the sale of liquor in Manitoba is the only ada- quate tvsr measure arising out oi tbe pjrescnt crisis, is the tex.t oi n declar- ation made in Winnipeg by Rev. Cnas. TV. Gordon. said that ivhile there had been cial stringency in Canada there iv no occasion for discouragement, Canada Jiad resources capable of mee all demands upon them. The debate was contiuueti by Sen lots Towers, Dandurand and Legii when tbe address Tbe freshness and crisoness Sa- lada tea is due to the enormous sale which ensures its reaching you with to a few ireeks after being plucked. SENAIE ADBPIS -F address in reply to the sjwech frftrn the throne was adopted n the senate Tuesday atternoon, al- appropriate speeches by Seoatoi Murphy of Prince Edward Island, Hie novcr, and Senator Girroir. oi Nora Scotia, the seconder. Senator Bosr ock, leader of tbe opposition, recall- ed that at the close of the last briel swsioQ it TVBS thought :by many the U'ar might be over before >arliament met again. Events had that this hope was not to be gratified, hut that the struggle was i t'n stll! nd the frustnegs men. Actual results in euch a campaign are profbably hard to see just at the present time, .but as wise and exper- ienced a. developer as Dr. Rutherford of the C. P. B. Department of Natural Resources, has Bald that the Leth- bridge Board of Trade la doing more .real good to the community than any other like ;body In the west. OomiiLg from Dr. Rutherford the statement carries weight, and', should encourage jCUpporteri. of tbe board iu continuing fltB present policy throughout 1915. "Lethbridge on the Lethbrtdge River" IB more euphonious anyway. The Russ are-evacuating Buftowlna again. put? la It to Ibe three times and Four feei. of enow In one Sunny jUberU winter, Our Lady at the Still the outlook was not gloomy. There are oae or two matters to fcring to the atfceflfcioa oi the gorera- ment. Seaatot Boslock read a num- ber of letters appearine in Thtt LOIL- don .-spectator irom Englishmen in Western Canada stating that tlierc were thoueands oi strong men out of work in Westers Caaada who would willingly enlist in the British army if they could be transported. The Canadian enlistment did not olier op- portunity for all of them. Senator Bostocfc said that in mak- ing recent changes in his cabinet the prime minister would have done well to have assigned a panfolio to so capable a member of the administra- tion 'as Senator Loughecd, Ihc gov- ernment leader in the senate. SKiVATOR LOITGHEED'S AD- DRESS MRS.MABEN WAS W WELL By Lydia E. Pinkham'. Veg table Compound and Wants Other Suffering Women To Know It Murfreeaboro, Tenn. "I hay. Wanted to write to you for a long tirai to tell you wb Bt your wonderful remedies have done for me. was a sufferer from female weakness and diaplacemen and I would bave 8Dch tired, worn on: feelings, rick head, acbei and dizz] ipelb. Doctors die me no good BO I tried tbe Lydia E. Pink- bam Compound and Sanative Wasb. I affl now well am strong and can da all my own work. J owa it all to Lydia E. Pinkham'a table Compound and want other ioffer- iag women to know about H. E. MAZEN, 211 S. Spring, SL, Mor- Ereeaboro, Tenn. Tbia famoui remedy, the medicinal igredieotj of which are derived front native roota and has for nearly Forty years proved to be a most valua- ble tonic and invigorator of the female organism. Women everywhere bear willing testimony to the wonderful vir- tuo of Lydia E. Finkhaai'i CompooBd. Why Lose No woman inhering from any form of female troubles should lose hope un- til abe has given Lydia E. PiokhJIB'S Vegetable Compound B fair trial. If yon want special airln to Ljdlit E. Fiakiam Medicine dential) Ljun, Mau. Toir letter irlll beopeacd, read tad answered ky a vroBU mi keU U ttrlct MBfldeace. DRUNKENNESS Is a curable dlieaie, wnich requires The ORRINB treatment can be used with abiolute confidence. H UnrjOO Aaatr II J I-----M Senator Loifgheed said that in Hie! bafr si i monttis which had elapsed since the home Vo. nil the war 'began, men's vision had' inaK larluln eipense. cleared. Germany's preparatiocis had i e the German attack to ,et had teen cneclrcd, held and thrown your will refunded baCT: J ORWNE IB preoared two forme- Alter condejnn.DE the German pro-: Ko. I. treatment a uowder-OR- tram and the doctrine of force sought. KINE No. 2., in pill form for thoia to be ajBpJicd, Hon. 'Mr.' Lougheed re-, who desire to Tolunury treat- ferred to the United ijnent. Coals only a "box. Come to'our close neighborhood'-, Jn and Ulk over the matter with us to.the hat Jon to tbe south, I cannot j Ask for booklet. Red Cross Drug trfraia from inaking the'Book Store, LM., 'Axialii Block, ThlM bitWiMl at the assembling of the caucus there was scarcely a member oi sitter house missing. YESTERDA'r SESSION SKCIIT Ottawa, Feb. The house sat for less than 50 minutes today. It ivas expected that supply would he taken up, but the Dicmbcis were not ready to discuss Mie ittnrs in detail. The order paper being a brief one, the end was soon reached and the adjournment occurred before four o'clock-Sir Robert Bordea.then rawed when they heard ot Mr. Sevigny's cliatige ot mind. He had pledged hirasell to secure the repeal of the Naval act. He had given notice of a bill to repi-at this act, but had never presented it. In lutuie Mr. Ssvigny would not be able to oppose this act. SJr Robert Bordcn, in a brie! reply, said he could agree with one ot the statements made by the leader of the opposition. The electors of Dorchester would undoubtedly continue to on public questions. UP BULGARIA? German and Austrian Bankers Advance Bulgaria Loan Feb. 10 (by 'wireless to Sny-vllle, The Overseas News Agency announced that u syndicate composed of German, Austrian and Hun-giirlan bankers had advanced francs to Bulgaria. THE "PJBINGESS ROYAL" IN HALIFAX HARB-OE For Pile Sufferers lunpie of Ilia Famous pyramid F1U Offered to Prgye Wha.C It WUlDoforTou. Pyrwnld nit lies, bemorr- i Ids and all roo- OOoobomtufi drujjalBti. A. Blnglo box often cures. far bul wltb. booklet mailed free in plain .wMpDcr. If you iond ua coupon bolow. troubles, In the I. "i iit lr The new British dreadnoueht cruiser which took part ID the recent naval tlie North Sea, wag not long before in. Halifax .harbor on special service. The picture was taken at Halifax. The difference in color of the bow and stern from.the middle part of the ship la done for special reasons known oqly.to the Admiralty. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PTTIAMID DBtra COMPAJfr. CIO Piromld BUI.. ManheJl. Mich. flend mo a Free snmple of Frrub) Plto In plUIl City atalo P'rcderick Arthur Jones, V.S., Do- minion Veterinary inspector, (lied at his home in Windsor. To .1 Cold In One Dty Take LAXATIVE BRO.MO QUININE Tablets Drugilsts vetuhd money It it nils to cure. B. W.' GROVE'S elf- nature la on each box. 2Ec. KotcfiCOLLAR, he tav Urn IM. D. J. McNAMARA DEAD ncpectcr of Land Titles Off led and Brother of Edmonton's Edmonton, Alta., Feb. j; Mc- jamara, inspector of land titles of- ices for the provincial ffoveraiu died suddenly 'Monday night at hia esldence, Hardiaty avenue. Ha Taa attending to his usual duties hroughout the whole of the day, ap- arently in his ordinary hea'iUi, but pon- going home shartly after eight 'clock iD tbe evenJcg he collapsed nd fell on. tbe sofa, expiring shortly rtsr-.75r.io. It is thought death was ue to heart failure. Deceased was born in Eganville, !at.. and was 41 years of'. age. Ha unit west to and tudied law under J. R. Costigan." He raa admitted to the bar in Edmonton n 1902. At the time of hla deatb he an inspector of land titles oiflcea nd a director of the Frknco-Belglan nTeatment Co. He is survived by. hie wile, who la daughter of John Cameron; Edmon- m; bis mother, MrB. John 3IcNTam- ra, and lour brotherfl: Thos. -3., of ork and P. L., registrar. land titles offices; W. j., ex-mayor HMroontOD, of McNiimara, Limited, nd S. B., real estate. Another bro- ier, Johu M., died two years ago. LEBLANC QUEBEC'S NEW LIEUT.-GOVERNOR Ottawa, unt., Feb. order-ln-councll has.been pass- ed appointing Hon. P. E. Le- blanc, former op- position In tbe Quebec legisla- ture, aa governor of the prov- ince of Quebec, to succeed tbe latft Sir Francois Lengeller. Mr. Bondreau, clerk of the privy council, will go to .Que- bec to s'rear In tba new lleu- TOBACCO fACHKH. A INftCRT No Soiled Hands or Pockets when you chew (BI.ACK) CHEWING TOBACCO because each plug is separately wrapped in foil, which not only ensures you getting it in perfect condition; but keeps it from becoming dry in your pocket. Cleanliness all the way through, from the time it is manufac- tured until you take your last bite, is the great feature with this FULL STRENGTH CHEWING PLUG A Insert is packed with each plug. Thcw lotertt much foufbt >ifter because of the numy beautiful '.wkkb can be nude from them. PER PLUG. ;