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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FCiJli THE LETHPR1DGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1915 Zllbertn DAILY AND WEEKLY lUB'scniPTION RATES Pally, delivered per IJ-JJ Dally, by mall., per year.....-. Weekly, by mall, per year----- "u Editorial TELEPHONES i Olnco 1152 12SI W A. Bucnanan JoMn Torrnno Ulrccior Business Maunssr DltlVING THE AUSTRIAN'S OVER THE MOUNTAINS THE WAR SITUATION TODAY An item oi considerable importance as it affects the war situation Is the practical avowal the enomy that ho bus, lor the third time, Tailed m his attempt lo take Warsaw. Tho enormous less of life ihat he has. ao doubt, sustained in his oiieuaho against the Russian cutronched posi- tions must have considerably weak- ened 'his resources in men. Willc In Galicia the Kusiinus have abandoned Bukovian. with Us capiml. CzernoiTitz, which ihey had occupied in the face of superior forces of the enemy, tlic drawing off of troops will tend sreally to strengthen and eon- have all the passes in the Car- Eolidate the position U.ey hold fur- A repor. aj lrollDlo aglilll. The figures on ther west. Here they occupy au ex- {h indicate' (II Uussi.-.ns advance over the principal mountain ndje tr-melr strategical position east of rrom to Mezo-Lnborc; CO An offensive movement by he Austrian" to Uie" Carpathians, holding southwest of Uzsok Fass was repulsed with tremendous loss, (.1) ooutue Sandomiron the banKs of the Beakl. the Russians decoyed a German battalia on the border oi Galicia and Poland tins strengthening the tions of ihe army in the south with Warsaw facl (Mt ,ne war ]oan is Jied ,n ein5 raised ln Great Britain. In their economic bearing the tariff In the western campaign the Frencli lncresses do not tend to the well-being have laSen a position which assails Et. salient oi me enemy Thlch he has long held, and a very Important posiiion as it aiTects his battle line going east from Reims, Varennes and Etrain to Meti. This position on ME left is similar to what tie enemy holds In the neigh- borhood oi Lasslsuy, where ais rigni stretches nonheasterly from the neighborhood ot Soissons 10 the Nortn Sea. The Allies have taken an import- ant position near the canal town oi ___ La Bassee in France. The sains made 3uez canal. of the country at large. The policy is hort-sighted in that it only has in iew the Immediate object of raising the necessary revenue. The war is costing Russia millions daily. How long can it last? It anybody was overlooked in Hon. White's- budget announcement, he would probably like to be informed PICKED UP IN T ASSING FOR THE EtlSV MAN LUX Shrink JlVbollens What is it? LUX is some- thing new and good. The finest essence of soap in flakes. It mokes tho richest, creamiest lather you ever flaw. It means "luxury" in washing be- cause it's BUch a clothes saver. Absolutely prevents woollens, flam'.els and all loosely woven garments from hardening and shrink- ing in the wash. Try LUX and be delighted with it. All groan, lOc. is Made in Canada by Lever COL. JOHN SEELY Former Secretary of State for War who Is to command a cavalry' division of the Ciumdian couiingcnl. The ap- pointment is regarded as n distinct honor lor the Canadians. LITTLE WHEAT IN (3ERMANY Now York, N.Y., Feb. tion on the Stock Ewnnnp! is ro the effect that all wheat in Germany will be exhausted four mouths before the uext crop. Carlisle, John George MitcheK, 21 years of Bge, of the Royal Marines, has arrived in Carlisle, to which place he belongs. lie tells a thrilling story of his r.d- venturcs since the war began. At first he was on Ihe happened to be in a boat at t? V a hundred yilrds "'e The Lake Ol the Woods Milling com- s blown up Hc, iblishmg warehouses in Pie. Merklejohn, Edmonton Princess Pat. has teen killed in act-ioi. The Lake oi tb pany are est-abli! Edmonton. J K. Brennan, who has lived near, boat were Germans. Eventually, hew- ever, the trawler picked them up, and they got to Brlxham at 7.30. A Mysterious Trawler Interviewed at South Shields en Sunday-, one of the survivors of the formidable gave an interesting ac- count of his experiences. After de hear i V ttar? I5 Manu? member Beauce Out has been reiuscd loud report, then a cloud ot ____ rose lu the sir. When the Formidable was struck, for past two o'clock in the morning He his was down below in the officers quart- BRITISH SOLDIERS INTERNED IN HOLLAND OUT FOR EXERCISE Ifieauce Oue has been reiuscd his was aown neioir m uif The Turks are fleelns from ihe passp0rts bVcerman atitbotitirs in ers, ana after the shin had been struck ihe roused up a number ot the crew however are of a local character, and do not, for the moment, materially affect the progress of the campaign. ing in, turning round, and right out again. THE BUDGET A feature of the budget introduced ty the Minister of Finance is its nov- i ot a case of wait- Belgium. The commissioners are sharpening their again for another seance witli the estimates. Wa ivlll soon be QQQ q-ne miujpn and a introaucel to a living specimen ol he 'roused up a number ot the crew Jones, oi'tne Princess1 who ivero asleep. Tbe Eailors, scait- j Patricia's Canadian Light Infantrv, ily clad, rushed up on Heck He found i who recently wounded, under- the ship had been strutik abatt jflcressiuroperation at magazine, and hail a list. l" operat J- fl f b totalled upwards ol a smack. It passed the Mayor Hardle'5 Irreducible are talking "Sunday half people a distance of about 150 yards, on the battleship's port side, and the second 'Joscph'licndroi Wilkie, SaSk.. for- torpedo which struck'tne ship seemed eltv so far as the Dominion is con- BmpioyM ol the Saskatchewan to come from the smack He siiBsesls 2.U in the choice of a.cnnes for obtaining the necessary revenue forj Uncle Sara has tolfl John Bull and "d Mitchell was. on the Quarter deck, ;er that he isn't to be trifled T. White, oi Susses, N. B. trying with others 10 gct'out the boats, with- Be has served notice on the one oi the eitcnsive lumber land own- and the second torpedo, which he Faw ,pean powers and ejects to have operators his neutrality respected. In these from blora 3D feet Into the Seven passeniers and three railway-1 air. He jumped at the same time and C _, -_____J II' the additional outlay emailed by lhejDer Kaiser that he In the case of some of the innova- tions a tax: has -been placed where it has afforded a legitimate source of revenue. This is particularly the case with the siamp tax on all cheques. The tai does not impose any particular hardship on the in- dividual, and, irrespective of Its in days of world wars, neutrality is not much more pleasant than hsins the biggest toad in the puddle. down for your five or ten dol- faeven LUACC ian- m: men were slightly iuiurcd Wednesday was carried by the explosion well into in a head-on collision between two the sen. C.X.R. trains near the St. James j .Mitchell swam about 20'yards, and a Junction, Manitoba. (sailor got hold of his leg. He struck UnCL-lOn >J3Jll LUUtl. 'SiillU.1. gUL Jiuiu UL ma n-a- W H Talt ei-nrcsi.1ent ol the Un-'out for a boat, and when, he reached ited States, arrived in Toronto to it the-sailor was still with him. There come tearing value will do awa.T to lars and -become' member ot the dciiTcr a serics Oi Itctures. He will were hundreds of sailors and a Tery great erfent with what has Board of Trade. There never was a sueak to the Toronto University on ln the teen a too common practice of mat'time In Its history when the south "Power of the Presiden I he di no an. __ needed a good working; trade body more than now. The HiaDeV MaltOn, Ji yeaia Ul ap.c, llyeu mule lunu itii was found dead in his bcdrootn at his was so stiff when he got into the boat -home, 263 Inkstcr avenue, Winnipeg, that he had to be rubbed all over to ganization Is working along sane and with a -38 calibre revolver lyiag by bring him round. approved Hnes. Get into tne fray. his, ,Ua. .J he the Grain Convention at took an oar and kept rowing for 11 .Reginft, strongly tne iarsiKs to hours. Seeing that they could not 3ter" go in producing wheat at headway in the storm, they Premier AaiJuHh announced yest day that more stringent measures are about to be taken against Germany's I trade, wJll -te accepted as good sense on the part, ot those vrbo are carrying on the against the curse of Ger- CKpense oi summer fallowing. John Russell, ,a Calmly soHier in1 the boat's head to nj I threw out the sea anchor, and kept The ing irauduleat use of cheques toy those criminally inclined. At the itvme time It will tend to facilitate tantlng business in its tending to do with the Issue of cheques for trifling amounts. The exceptions made in regard to insurance .companies are fnir and ecnitable in not placing a premium on the people's thrift. Although, ulider the circum stance s, i T mOT- 1! an tne Against me curse ui ucr- 1 OOU.UUU CUD1C ieet Ol gas the Minisler of Finance maj nBrmaTlv T-nnf -thB Primate outnut oi thi jDstifiably placed a tax on inccnieg he has wisely abstained from doing BO long as other means A ta, on incomes has always j Z I -I mouth shutting off Reason. They had been in the boat sons for not imposing It, we may talre It that he has taken his sis.nd on ____ SOLID CHOCOLATE MAPLE BUDS For bites between meals there is nothing equal to Maple Buds-r-all the good- ness of the Iitdies seems to be caught and prisoned in these pure, velvet- smooth bits of solid choco- late--and they're so whole- some and nourishing too. ment that sixty of tho Formldable'3 crew wore killed by one ot the explo- scribing the effect of the two explo- sions, ho said a shllini; trawler was observed about !_'00 yards away on tho port beam, but, with tho exception of Ibis vessel, thore was nothing in sight at the lime cr" the disaster. In his opinion it was possible that this dow oi St. Thomas, aUcmpted lo irtiv.-ler might have been screening a kill her nine-year-old with pair submarine. The survivor declared ni scissors in her apartments on la'- that there wag no truth iu the state-1 hot street. Despondent anil temporarily insane, Mrs -Marv Ilimlrll, tolly, a John tiussell, a uaiRary SOIUICL in1 tne coats neau 10 LHB the Princess Pats, has been killed in leaked badly through two holes, 'which action according to telegraphic ad-j a sailor stopped nn'wlth his trousers. jje and another took off their hoots a day is were the only two that had .boots i Bassano on the lioal) and they were uoed vices received hy relatives. cubic feet oi hand over her mouth snuttmg on ner i breath, has done more a o Application her to her knees than all the Ihous- Lpnrt thur wil, be n east of Port Arthur will be made tc and valid grounds. Onder criticism during normal condl tions, ' no. particular fault to find. Taxes such as ibose on cable- grams, money orders and letter and postal cards may .be only excused by the exigencies ol the times. The tariff taxation has (been Im- posed more or less protective lines. Articles which might have been profit- ably'taxed with no general inconven- ience have escaped a levy to existing conventions. Refeardine tiie tariff increases. It, la noteworthy that, they do not allcw of any to which a tax may apply. They arc put on lor the purpose of increasing the revenue to meet; tne deficit In the'ordinary ex- penditure.. The hand of the protec- tionist is tfearly manifest In that they favor toe manufacturer to the detri zcent ,of the ccnsumer. The increase of duty affects agrlcul tural ImpIcmentB. For It will DC seen that Uiose exempted are only of a lim- ited yariety, and the Increase put on culUvators, pltfws, harrows, etc., are .such as are prejudicial to Ibe Inter- ests of Oie farraerB, The Increase made in the British .preference, one which, under the circumstances, cannot be Juatl- nounce that she can never be starved out, the very fact that her trade ia cut oil and that, therefore, she is com- pelled to finance this costly war wholly from within, leaves only one conclusion. A Dlow al her trade DOW is a blow at her "Achilles' heel." jds she has lost In maintaining her- commission on sir on the battle field. No mailer by the C.P.H. Grand Trunl iy may an-1 The hot lunches furnished hy the of the __yt COtt Ofl- These 'lunches are served the Brlxham trawler came alongside. The crew of the Providence at first seemed to think that the men Jn the to pupils unable to go home in cold weather. Dr C. J. Fagan, 58. for many years secretary of the British Colum- bia board ol health and former chain- in Ihis province of the light is a Dlow aL ner ueei. ne- pon n s pro mler Asquith's announcement has against tuberculosis, died today, Ion, for, and is twice ,4 Den't Neglect! because the swollen glands and Inflame J membranes often affect other tissues and impair their healthy action. SCOTT'S EMULSION nffo treat relief became its cod liver oil U speedily con. T tried into serm-resisting glycerine it curative and healing I creased 123 per cent., according to a report by Dr. Scott of the scliojl pupils were rtlftis- lercd m January, 1915, as against in January oi last year. 1 Many U. S. senators are breaking under the physical strain oi the rec- otd-urca.v.nj liftht on the ship pur- cuasc bill. Senator Fenlosc" was com- pelled iu so to his hotel 'under the care oi a physician. Others were forc- ed by physical exhaustion lo retire to their homes. Col. Thos. Scott, lormer collector of customs at Winnipeg, has seen active service in the Ontario Rifles in the Kcd Deer rebellion, and first representative of Winnipeg in the House oi Commons, died at his home in Winnipeg. T. C. Norris, leader oi the opposi- tion of the Manitoba government, to avert lung taini 6to the succtss the cm- of the effect of on Ihe. corn- Ill piro, bul outside oi that it was "busi- meir.lnl relations between Britain and 'ness as usual." America, Former Secretary of Slate tor Wai i t.oa oi me .Manitoba government, Is to be appointed Cpmmercla i when parliament opened this week, Attache of the Ilrlllsh ambassador .1 i _ -ii- i TI-_ C11- Will fleB Why is POSTUM Replacing Tea and Coffee?, ,re wakina up harmful effects of the powerful drug-caffcine-in tea and whllh th. w-tam. often r...lllnli in ncrvousncss, heart flutter, headache, bill...- ness and many other Mil and discomforts. The food-drink, Postum, is absolutely .drug-frce-mado only of the choicest wheat and 3 bit of wholesome molasses. It contains no Mffclne or. other harmful elements. If you doubt that Ma or coffee hurts you, a cure tout Is to leave It off for 10 days and UK Po.tum. It's an easy change, and, as the drug la eliminated frcm your system, your own foellnns will suggest Postum and better health. Poatum In two forms: REGULAR POSTUM-must be boiled, 15c and 25c packages; INSTANT POSTUM-soluble form, made In the cup with hot water INSTANTLY, 30c, and 500 tlnl. Both kinds are equally delicious, and the coBt per cup U about the same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM (Made in Canada) Sold by Grocers everywhere. Canadian I'ostura Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Out. ;