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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE FOUR THE LETHRIUDGE Ibevalb alberta DAILY' AND SUBSCRIPTION HATES: delivered, per year. i; [tally, by mull, nor year by mail, por year. ?4.00 S.OU i-.oo business Office 1Z5S Editorial Ofllcu 1-2J W. A. Buchanan John Ttrrance Managing Director Business .Malinger iiieri hi (Ireal llrltaln. Us lenders recognized llmt when Great llrllnln wnsvjit win' Cnnndu .wns fit war. They osiilswl nlao lliui tho responsibility for uctiou .rested upon the govern. or the dtiy tmd quietly ugspiited 10'all that'll proposed to do. In this llley slrc'ugthejitMl the ministers' hands for.the great worlt placed upon thorn.- for the ilrst lime since Coii- fedenulon it may lie said u jjreiU political issue arose and was dealt H-lth by Knrlimuent as somelMny not to ho used to help or hurt u parly cause. AM this was well nnd Is duly appreciated." THE WAR SITUATION TODAY j CQUNT BGN further details have trnnsplrdd i lo divulge ilic nature ol the campaign j iu East Prussia. H is practically I concedi'il that ilie invading troops oC the Czar have changed ibclr offensive lo that of defensive Iu their own ter- The most severe lighting fci tuis is, perlinps. going on in Ga-; .Sicia, where the AUBtrinns are con-t .'lending for positions in ihe foothills lof Ihe Carpatliians held by the [Jans, with a repetition of die same gained and regained. la Plunders and France the usual; Wrench lighting artillery duels are witli successes 'by the jenemy at one point, "by (Allies at another, all oC local nature, i l-srilh no mnuence uu me, posi-! ]tions of the battle lines opposed toj" Tit CASTELLANE PICKED UP. IN I ASS1NG FOB THE BUSY nd the same successes of the tone another. Tomorrow, according lo the en- "lemr's programme, will start the oi the seas round the tlfih Isles. Its flret result antlcip. ihy the enemy's threat must be one let disappointment to him, and a reply him that his policy ol "frightful- ineES" noes not Tighten Great Britain, ifor she has BO far disdained ihe en- i CHIT'S offer of dropping his plan if u Britain would allow food cmr- to pass into bis ports. MEAGRE BUT IT HELPS The first oE Sir John. French's bi- Veefcly communications from the Bri- tish troops in France and Belgium .was given out yesterday, the contents are meagre and will hardly serve to still the anxiety of those who hare friends and relatives on the fir- US line, the concession proves .that! he public if nor asking too mucnfiir' ailing for more explicit news "from the war zone. The duty of the censor .this ivar is a hard task, no concessions such as thatj granted will go a. long- way to- filling up the ranks ol-the -Allies fwhen the real trial comes in. the 3iim- tr months. H-; i THE BOOT SCANDAL Bordeu haa promised: that shall Investigate" the caused ut o it. .IU attitude has been in heral .wltii Uiat of tie op- MAKE YOUR WILL AND APPOINT the Royal Trust Co. Executor The Tnist" Company rather than an individual as Eiecutor affords the greatest possible security to Testators. The Company -..does riot die. Its charges are reasona-frle and its appointment is ..the :best guarantee a Testator can have that hip Estate will be noneitly and economically managed, Paid up Capital and Reserve Fund JS.OOO.'ttOO.DD BOARD OF H, V. Meredith, Presid-ent; Sir William C. Tan Home, K.C.M.G., Vice-President; Sir H. Montagu Allan, IB: B. Acgus, A. Baamgarten, A. D. JUriithwaite, H. R. Drum- mottd, G. B. Gordon, Hon. Sir Lomer .Goufn, K.C.M.G., B. B. r.Greenshields, C. B. -Hosmer, Sir W. C. Macdonald, Hon. R. Ifacfca'y, Sir T. G. Shauganessy, K.C.V.O., Sir Frederick A, E. Manager. Head Montreal. Manager. G. H, HARMON, ManaDer, Bank of Montreal, AQent In OF CANADA Are Your Children learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in the Union Bank of Ccnadft, with opportunities to save regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely. Such an education In thrift and saving prove Invaluable In later life. GRAS6Y LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Mtnagcr rpore he used. The best way to apply the silmerino is with a clean tooth brush, drawing this through the hair from root to tip. If this IB done before retiring, a look into the mirror in the morning will airorii a most' agreeable RUSSIAN BILLS QUICKLY TAKEN Applications or .Stopped Three Days. Early Feb. issue o sterling of Ruasla'n treasury bills has so attracted bunkers and in- surance houses and'the applications have been HO large that the" lists were closed at noon tcday, instead of befnff kept open until next Thursday, as had been the original intention. A BACKACHE tniTiing, highly'colored sure signs of weals or inflomrued Kidneys. Gin Fills cure all Kidney and'Bladder Troubles. SCc. -ratal! dealers. superb spirit" Buchanan's Black Scotch jt is anxious that other farmers s well he included in the government iu, so that every acre now ready and which can he prepared for crop this spring, be seeded. Appl be sc, plication; is for grain for unpatent- ed lauds are practically all before the government now, but on patented land are many farmers still" without dent of the Board of Trarie; Air. Jones, secretary of'the Trades and 1 bor Council and -Miners' Union, a 'other gentlemen, who gave him valuable and -Important Infi IP IKINE Mrs. Kelly Advises ill Women to Take "Fruli-a-Tlies" HAOEKSVILLE, ABC, aGth. 1913. "1 ciu highly tecdiauiattd "Fruit-n- tives" because they, did .me AD awful lot of good nnd, I cannot spent too liigbly about them: About !iour years ago, -I commenced taking. .'.'Fruit-a- tiveV1 for a gcdcjral break-down and they rtiil me a world of- goodt We bought a good many', doUur's worth. but it was money well .spent they did all that you claim for them. Their action ia so compared witli other laxatives, found only pleasure, as well as heal tb, in .taking them. They lo me to be particularly suited to women, on account of their mild and gentle action. and I trust that tome other women may start taking "Frnit-i-tlrw" after letter, and if they do, I am satisfied the results be the tmrae u iii my own MRS. W. N. tire sold by all dealers st joe. a box. 6 for trial size, 250, or Bent postpaid on receiptof price by Fruit-a-tivca Limited, Ottawa. An official Austrian report received at Vienna shows that there were 433 uses of typhus fcvor In Auitria rfur- ng the (list week.ot February. It is op or tod that Bmallpdi: is spread ing Vienna. FIND COPPER CALLED Copenhngea, via London, A large slilpnient of copper, packed Jpr_ wore labelled "sugar" put aboard the steamship Carmen, wal f, seized .here todny. .The copper. wak'jL consigned to a Gorman firm. The per and the'captain oC the vessel were An amicable agreement in re- gard to Ihe liens has been arranged between Premier Silton and Hon! W. J. Kochc, so that everyone ia now entitled to seed grain, and U they without it, should tata steps at once to get it. A letter to Ate. Walker will the business. Afloat or Ashore SEAL BRAND COFFEE is still the favorite IT IS SUPERB f Start Blockade Tomorrow; MINERS SUCCUMB TO CCNSUMPTiON the Hddcn tnirfe from mlnei to cold windi Tltillty and the U from lack of fresh air. Scoll't Emmliian Is Hinel'i greatest help to enrich enliven: the blood, create body-warmtll build to realtt pneuinoDU. rheumatism and lung trpublel. Tali, SCOTT'S after mnli tut mat month and-tmt CONTINUEDJFROM FRONT PAGE but also to eficct a blockade of 'the German coast that .will shorten the war. Rejoicing over t-he latest successful raid ol the British.aviation corps up- on the German naval Zee- was today by the reports that the homhs dropped by [.he aeroplanes had seriously damaged three German submarines.'Advices to this eftect were received from Amster- dam, the despatches also stating that t will he impossible for the Gerniana to repair these submarines at .Zce- brugge. The next attive step Is .expected te be the establishment of'a blockade of the German coast that will prevent any food supplies entering Germany at all. LEAKAGE OF COPPER London, Feb. offici- als are.taking vigorous steps to vent the leakage of copper Jrom neu- tral, countries" into Germany, .but Ihere are still grave suspicions that j Germany is getting Copper in consiil- J able quantity irom neighboring' coun- i tries. I Although DEiimark has strictly ,lor- hidden the exportation of copper to belligerents, it is reported that con- j siderahlc quantities bl the much need- id metal have .mode their "wny i through Danish firms into Germany I within the last three months, the British government is much concern- ed about the leakage. BetterThah 11 Cosmetics MAY RELEASE WILHELMINA London, Feb. Foreign of- fice announced definitely this after- noon that It the cargo of ihe American ship Wllhelrnlna should be diverted for the relief of distress In Belgium, the decision to send her cargo lo a British prize court would reconsid- Otherwise her must be submitted to the decision ol the .court. BH Ribbon Always ask for Blue Ribbon Coffeo and Baking Powder. Like all Blue Ribbon pure food product! they are of Ifie hfgheit quality jnd .told guaranteee) to give every or if otherwise the purchiie -will be refunded. ;