Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE roun THB LETHJIRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY. 19, .1916 Tbeialb HUwta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, dulIyoriHl, per year.. I, Dally, by mull, per year... Weekly, by mail, por year. 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES; I Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan lanagliig Director 1252 1224 John Torrance Business Manager THE WAR SITUATION TODAY From tbis distance the Russian treat from. East 'Prussia looks R oo will know why M aany ntj on Beeehun't Pills to Insure Health and Happiness U WtHfc ered at Havre. France. All the cases are believed to have originated at the wharves used by European steamers The Amendments to the Manitoba liquor act which passed, the house provide that bars shall close. at 7 P.m., and that no liquor shall he sold on Christmas or Good Friday. Police Constable Thos. Murray of Vancouver, was badly injured while chasing a party of joy. riders, who escaped after Slurray's automobile crashed into a street .which was un- dergoing repairs. Hon. Alfred Deakin, former prime minister oi Australia, stated m an interview in Vancouver that because of the war the Australian Common- had been compelled to cut down its expenditures at ths Panama- Pacific exposition, hut would exhibit a numher ol Australian products. John McLear, aged 51, oi Windsor, a Wabash killed when, an leaning too far out. from a freight train he was struck by the supports of the Thames bridge one Mile west of Thamesrille. Ont. The body fell feet to th'e ice below, and wa9 'ound hOEciolv mangled. An action hns been brought in the supreme court of British Columbia by Walter B, McFarlane against Allied James Balment, Lester Clapp, Gus- ;ave Elrickson, Joseph Jackson, Geo. Robert Leask and .George Frederick Stevenson asking them to show by what authority they claim to exer- cise the office or franchise of alder- men of the city oC Cranbrook. There a wealth .of goodness in every Salada package. The aluminum covering seals tight and perfectly pre- serves the natural charm of the fresh young leavee. 14, Private Henry C. Eneland. 7th (formerly 9th) Bat- talion, at the Hoy a] Army Medical Corps Hospital, Tidwortb. of nienlu- Next of kin, Charles England, Bamptoa Houae, itreet, Mine- head, Somerset, Engltud. UNEXPLOOEO ZEPPELIN BOMB IN YARMOUTH When the report ot the French Commission of Enquiry into the violation ol the acts of war Is jmblialied in a lew days, charges of rapine, pllluging, incendiarism, etc. against the German troops will be found fo be up .0 the hilt. These pictures arc oE fifteen Gorman prisoners who were cruight in the net. They ivorc court mar- .lallcd Ju the soutli of Prance, wlicre tliey were transiwrted after arrest. Their ultimate fate has not yet foeen announced by llie French autJioritica but they' will doubtless get their desorts. The faces furnish interesting material for students of 'physiognomy and: of German Hole six feet deep and 17 feet wide made by bomb which erial iom'bardment by German aviators. fell near royal train shelter during- che recent ONTARIO HOUSE TO Toronto, Ont, "Feb.. Tues- day the Ontario .legislature wHl be opened In Queen's :P.irk. There will he no Speaker's reception Tuesday, out of respect to the memory of Sir James Whitney. 7ound after recent German aeria bombardment of that English port Women's Rights Whether women have the right to vote or not they have the right to a good cup of Tea and they are guaranteed the hest when they drink BLUEMBBON TEA Send with U to Blue Ribbon. Llmfttd, Wlnnlptg, Blu. Hmbon Ink. llw cok kMk fu MM Wtwum CMMI. ROCKEFELLER AND CAKNEGIE mall to New York.) he Canadian army is thoroughly Am- rlcan. Not only does it use Ameri- an slang, sing American songs, and emphatic American cusa words, .but the spirit of the men la American jand Independent it is because of this j fact that the Canadians have been I held in Salisbury Plain. This is best j shown by a quarrel overheard between an English major and a Canadian fel- low officer. "It 'was the English raajpr. declared. "Tbe nay you OanatlJans' came into, London. Your officers and i privates gathered together in [and dran'rt together. You .'can't'build up an army with such, "But that Is the way we have lto build it replied the Cana'diafi ,wjth >a show o[ heat, "A Canadian soldier 'has no Illusions about-his officers, He knew them Jn private life and be knows what they are worth." "You haven't got our idea at said the Britisher, "tt Is paternalism ih our army- I'm the father'of my men. They ask my advice, and they I hare contidence in me. If F was Tarn-j Jlfar ivita them they .would not do so TlUa picture wan taken when the oil and kings respectively were soldier is not expected to have any -giving evidence before a Federal Commission on Industrial Relations, Individuality. His only duty IB blind-1in the Metropolitan Buildings, New York. ly to obey his "Well, none of that etufC would go with declared the Canpdlan. "Our men are from Ariegoiiri end must be shown." it took half an hour for the Canadian to explain "from Mis- souri" meant. Out In the corrugated metal hute, where the Canadians Jive when not drilling, the great game is craps. Be- cause play hours are short, poker can- not be Indulged In to any extent. Tbe Canadian a were astonished to find that .hey could not buy crap dice in Lon- don. They had to draw npeciflcatlons o liavc them made. The present paper money In.use la In gland Is hardly'Conducive to crap playing. The good sport wants to teop his money in, his hands while 'lopping the Ivories. The CiiKUah war money In a poor texture of paper. tears easily and becometi dlrly the Irat day It Is In circulation. Tha. re- sult IB that after a few In the e It la unrecognizable. When a ftdlan loldler geli Uaye to come to kte tint visit to m -tank to THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BAI DfSTALLEO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. TOOT Title Deeds, Mortgages, Inmurauee PolUlM other in one of tbcM twice I MPOUtATMW tm.1 Lethbridge Branch--R. T. Brymner, Mgr.