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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ;fACE FOOT TfiK LETHHHIDGE DAILY HKRALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1S15 Sbe Xetbbvfoge Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily, delivered, per year... Dally, tiy m.ill, jier yenr.... .Weekly, by mall, per year.. 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Ofllce 1252 1224 yv. A Buchanan John Torrancc Managing Director business .Mannser THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Although ndvnncee made .by the Al- lies ia Flanders and northeast France nrp small, they are encouraging, con- sidering Ili3 nature of the forces pit- ted against each other. The forward position gained iu the vicinity ot lu the canal town, ia corrobor- ated in General French's report, and from this nilvance tin enemy has 'failed to drive his opponents. Along the western line, m the neighborhood of Reims, the Allies maintain the ad- vance positions gained ai Perthea. Berlin reports speak in exaggerated terras of the defeat of the Russians l along the East Prussian dorder. Pet- .rograd, however, maintains that the" there was due-purely to iglrutegic necessities, and that rear- aro not allowed to B1 through, her civilian poDulii'.lci. starve. Remembering who "sickct Austria on lu her fool QUttrral wK Servla, neutrals will not be too fro with (heir sympathy. (guard actions still continue to nJlow of the main army taking up the forti- ned position alone: Ihe river Nlemen. ;This will enable tlie Russians to msb. I troops, iJ1 needed, io NDVO Georgle- Yl.sk, immediately northwest, of "War- isatt-. w counteract any new German offensive. Today (be situation enters on an .important siaee in view of the Ger- ,jnan blockade. Great Britain has al- ready started the preliminaries to offset the same by' a successful air i raid on the enemy's submarine "base Bt Zeehrngge, on the Belgian coast i north ot Ostend. WE DON'T MIND Newspapers in the middle western States Are exerting themselves im- duly Lhese days to create the impres- sion among their readers that cross- ing the boundary into Canada means the' loss ot U. S. citizenship, being forcibly drafted into the Canadian army and a thousand and one other calamities into the bargain. Canada IB as free as ever, her VH.WB are just as free and her lande just as tut it is easy to see-why tales of woe are spread. The call of .Can- ada la just as strong as ever, and something T to stem the tide of immigration with dollar wheat doing the coa.ving. The following from tie TPaseca Jourual-KadJcaJ ia meant to impress L on the minds oi those who read it the terrible. developments that attend crossing ihe inleiuational line: "Joe Thiebolt, employed as a tinner at Mahler's, recently tasted ,a result of the war. Last month he was nott- fied by telegram that his father had died at Victorlanlle, 90 miles from Quebec, Canada. Fie promptly start- ed for that place, bnt at Port Huron, Mich., he was detained oy Canadian officials and informed that by a re- cent law he would not be permitted to cross the line only upon giving up his American citizenship. This he refused to to and he was to return home. Mr. Thiebolt Informs ns that -were it hot for his wife in this he would have taken a chance on crossing the border, as did his -bro- ther in St. 'Paul, who is single, but his wife was ic feeble health at tha time and he did not relish any delay in retnrning to this country." But Canada does not mind such Jibe-Is. Too many citizens of Uncle Sam" are making good here now to worry stoout otfsetting tie effect of these fairy tales. All tie good such articles will do will ha to advertise Canada tie more. Today Is the day Germany sets t work to make her paper blockai! good. Today IE tho day when In acenn laues arc- to tots closed at th dictate of ihe Kalsor. At 12.01 to- night. If a neutral ship should tmppo run foul of a German submarine and "by iiilslakfi" of course, bo sen to.the bcitom, what, would the wori say? The possibilities are frnus grave slsnlflcanco. Kere is th widely quoted comment o" ihs N Turk Herald, oil such a possibility: in the early part of there was [III a strong effort to avert civil n this country. Indeed, many per- ions hoped that the greatest of Am irlcau tragedies would be prevented TVJiether this would havo been pos ible had tliere aeen a. stronger and more forcible man Jn the presidency than Buchanan Is ibeslde the question The whole northern portion of-the nation hoped for the best, but when in Janusry the attempt TTOS made to send to Fort Sumpter provisions and supplies and the Star of the West was fired upon hy the armed forces of the secedlug states, all hope of peace vanished. The bombardment of Fort Snmpter came Inter, hut it was the attack upon the Star of the West that tore th'e bandages from northern eyes. Suppose the Germans ha their at tempt to terrorize neutral commerce going to England should destroy Am- erican ships and drown American craws; suppose without having en- ough ships to give notice of a block- ade and turn back ships the German submarines ran amuck like a mad Malay and destroyed toe ships and crews of any neutral, would Germany not then haTe to reckon with tba neutral as an enemy? She is on tne brink of her most mo- iuGstoiis war with tin United States of America. Reinforce your defences with Bovril Every one of tts is being daily attacked by the battalions of illness. Sometimes they triumph, sometimes they are defeated. Colds, influenza desperately endeavour to break down our resistance and pierce the line of defence. Unless you are properly nourished, these enemies will find out your "weak spot." Therefore strengthen your whole defensive line with Bovril. It reinforces the line of defence just at the at the that you need that reinforcement most. It must be Bovril OF ALL ii. Ik.; I it, 4k; lu.tM; STOKES, rrc. trrfi brtt Inn, II n.Mntan FWbii Jl-2i P 'ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN BOMBS AT BALL IN BULGARIAN CAPIT Berlin, via London, Fab. members, of Sofia's aristocracy are re- ported to have been killed and ten others Injured when a bomb was ex- ploded last night at a mask ball, at- tended bj- representatives of the most escluslve society of the Bulgarian cap- ital. Advices received here state that killed were the son of a former war minister and a daughter of the present war minister. TAX STAMPS FOR WfNES NOW BEING ISSUED IS, -Man., Feb, has aeeh received at the inland revenue of- fice at Winnipeg that clubs and hotels must immediately obtain stamps to cover tie Vines they now have In Block'. The lai is five cents on a Quart or less of non-sparkling winee, and 25.cents a pint or less, on cham- pagne and sparkling- wines. The stamps are now to be had at tie inland'revenue office. Don't Wear A Truss! After Thirty Yean' Experience I Have Produced An Appliance for Men, Womin or Children That Rupture. I Send It On Trill If you have tried most .everything come, to me. Wnere others fail fs where I have ray greatest success Send attached coupon' today and will send you free my illustrated boo] Renfrew has subscribed F34.000 ur days for patriotic Iimds. Hamilton ta-t rate may exceed twenty mills, despite efforts to keep it under. There were only mattiages in Brandon, Man., during January, sgai.ist 27 deaths and 5S births, Cecil Beck, Liberal, ivas today re- turned to Parliament unopposed for Saffron Walden Division, Essex. South Waterloo Liberals will meet March 2 to name a candidate for the nest Federal election. Ore from toe Hollinger Mine at Porcupine will be on display at tho Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Francisco next spring. The Hamilton Cemetery Board dis- cussed the Workmen's Compensation Act, and decided to insure the grave diggers against accident. To evade the new tax, Regiua is considering the paying of its civic em- and A. and CJ. W. railways, announc- es tbat the head ol sled on the Can- ada Central railway has reached mile 16, construction having been slightly 'duriug the past few days. Tne'head of steel on the A. and G. "Business as Usual" CONTimiED FROM FltONT PAOE Tho rugged'character of the Islands is naturally favorable- lu coimal- nicnt. SCHEME LOOKS FEASIBLE Thoro nr.o many places where ipotro! could be hidden arul there tuo oven un- inhabited is] mid 5 on wiilch Epato crews [or submarines could long llvo undetected. It is understood that rim from Hie supply depots for a distance oil shore and ore buoyed there. In this way the submarines a supply ot petrol without going close to shore. From the Hebrides it would be pos- sible [or the submarines to speed south to Liverpool and lie in wait for British ships. FIVE DB1TJSH SHIPS SUNK Ilucnos Ayrcs, Brit- ish steamers and a British schooner of a total tounngc oi havo bcoa sunk olf the cast coast ot South Am- erica bv the Germftn converted cruis- er Kron Prinz Wilhclra, which betore the war was a North German Lloyd liner. This was learned icoiu Cnpt. Dreyer of the German steamer Holger, which arrived last night, bringing 314 persons comprising the crews of tire destroyed British ships The teamen sunk by tie Krqn Prinz Wilhclm were the Highland Br.i tons; -thR Potaro, tons Ihe Hemisphere, tons and th posal to substitute a member from each local on the board instead of the five members representing1 the sub- districts did not carry. A further resolution tor allowing the vice-president to become president should the office become vacant by death or otherwise 'before eiplry of term, so foregoing an election until the proper time, met with, a -like fate. Up Again had previously been discuss- ed at conventions came up to be final- ly settled: in the matter of auditors. It Ui glum auu ij aeiueu iu iiie mu.LL.er Oi auulture. Home Secretary IttcKeima actounc-lwas decided that.nro officers be ap- ed in the Commons that one oi twen- ty ringleaders of the German spy on- in England had been to long teum at penal servi- tude. The others are still untried. Captain "William Propert, ot the British steamer Laertes, has been awarded the Service Cross for "his gallant and spirited conduct in command ol his unarmed ship when exposed to gunfire awi a torpedo of a German submarine." Each officer ot tec Laertes ployees by money instead of'hr check, seated by the admiralty with gold The trial oi Harry K. Thaw on an watch, and each member ol the crew "--'received a complimentary Brant oi Today's "Der Tag." Remember the Maine. They call the bluff blockaded area the Kaiser's psychological war zone. The Kaiser's psychology is In a class iby itself. schools to If, iby any chance, the should hare to close down of funds, that would be a .fine for the city. And for the school board's bankers. The weatherman is very fieWe judging 'by his recent performances. He will soon be in the same class as tbe Kaiser when it comes lo changing his mind. Some there were who were criticiz- ing the school board a few weeks ago for their ruthless economy. Xow iwliea the difflcuffles at the financial flltnatlon are brought home to tliem they find they were barking up tha wrong tree. Germany ia making ft great play for in her appeal Uml, it food The above IB C. E. Brooks, 'inventor of the Appliance, who cured him- self and.who it giving others the benefit of his experience. If ruptured, write him today, at Mirehall. Mich. qn Rupture and its cure, showing my Appliance and. giving you prices and names ol many people who have tried It and were oured. It gives instant relief when all others fail. Remem- ber, I salves, ao harness, no liea. Mid on trill to prove That I say true.. You are.the judge and once havljijf Been my illustrated book and read It you will be as enthusiastic as my hundreds .of" patients whose let- era you read. Fill out free coupon pbelow and mail today. It's well, worth your time whether yon try my Appliance or not FREE INFORMATION COUPON Mr. C. E. Brookt, 2109A State Si, Manhair, Mich. PJftse seod me by mall, in plain .your Illustrated book and full information about ygur Appliance Cor the cure of rupture. Name......................... Address City ;..........State indictment charging him with con- spiracy was set for 'March 1. It had been set ior February 23. Calgary council has increased licen- s ior collection and detective agen- cies irom to S50 pet year, with a bond of ilaitland (Dime) Stewart, veter- an of- the South African war, was buried at Orangevillc, having died at Oakville irom the kick of a horse. James Creelman, well known Am- erican newspaper correspondent, died n Berlin after an illness of, several weeks. C. J. Sketchley, former foreman employed by the City of Calgarv. has demanded an investigation under oath nto his dismissal. Bev, A. R. Sanderson, of West Belleville Methodist church, has ac- epted an unanimous ,invitat-ion Irom ;he official board of CampbeUford. A return table in the' Commons hows that up to last spring dis- missals from the Dominion civil ser- vice 'totalled and the appoint ments T. H. Weldon, of the Provincial Pa- per Mills company of Toronto, is the new president of tiie Canadian Pulp and Paper ssociation, which elected its officers, at Ottawa. The Pilatie de Rosier, a new French dirigible balloon, successfully man- oeuvred for two hours over Paris, where great crowds watched the big airship. Word, has been received at Hamil- ton that- Private William Goodyear at "Salisbury Plain, who was report- ed dead, is alive and well- A letter Irom Goodyear dated January 26, has jeen received. A branch.pl the Canadian War Con- lingeht Association has been' organ- FEELS LIKE A NEW WOMAN As LydU E. Vege- table Compound Dispelled Backache, cuul Dizziseu. Fiqnt, "I woojd m- gntefnl if I failrf to. Ljdia E. Pinktmm'i ble. Conpoond the p r i e it dnerves, for I taken it ft different and it n- liavvd m TT h a 'other' madlcines fiited, tat when I tcir woman eom- phin I rec- ommend itLaitwin- ter I ffa attacked pointed, one an accountant, Instead of a chartered accountant, the other a member of the organization to be el- ected from the floor of the house, and to be a delegate at the conventions. The question waa not adjusted until after considerable debate, and an ac Journment of the committee on const tutlon for fifteen Klnutes for revjsin the original resolution. J-oam Are Barred It was further agreed that no-loan should in future be made from th district fund, without the sanction majority' of the locala. on Work The convention adapted toe lug resolution: "Whereas, ths presen compensation law has no provislo for accidents or fatalities to men eu gaged in training, or ou active eervic for rescue work In mines, .be it resplv ed that we demand the governments o Alberta ant} British Columbia to once make provision for this fequlre ment; "Inasmuch as men training res- cue work do so 'without remuneration for work which requires great physi cal strain, and whereas, it is the wish of all men undergoing this training ti he paid for such work, this conven tlou go on record aa toeing.opposed to serving without demand the provincial governments to at oncetafci steps to ptace this .branch of the rain lag industry on a'more satisfactory hasls, by filing a. scale.of rates for payment of training, and also of active service. with a I had backache, paini in my hipo and over my kidneys, Haliua, kfJitnda, bad no aieigj, limba ached and I was alwayi .tired. I waa bardly able to do my bouMWotk. 1 had taken Lyiia E. Pinkham'i Vcfttabla Com- pound on one otheroeauion, -aad it hed helped me H I took It again 'and it hu built up, until now I fart like a new womaa Yoa hc.va BlT-bearty consent II hope it will benefit Mfftrine OltnuTOTtNCl, 431 Wayne SL, Piqaa, Ohio. Women who are mlfentg ftn itiitremirig illi peculiar ibeir not doubt the ability of Lydie E. Hnkhui'i Vegetible Cotmpoand to re- non their health. If you irant ipeelkl ivlTlee write to LydJi B. PlnkhMB Med- Co, (confldeotutl) Lynn, Mow. Tour letter will be opened, read by ft woman uit keM U Xrlot 'bo have josned the difierent; conting- ents Irom Elgin. County. Medicine Hat must pay oil and Ras -ights'onr" the property which it was ifiotiEtt was exempted from these ases as a irrant' from the DotUen through Nelson, ipencer, then mayor. An inquest Is being held over tae emains of Fred Schmidt, found dead n the Twin City coal mines in Ed- monton, lollowin'g an explosion. It ia upposcd that ignited Irom Schmidt's lamp cause'the explosion, A number ot French cities, owing the scarcity of coin, bare, with he sanction of the Government, is- ucd bank notes for 20o. and 10c. Now! he town o! Euernay, in the Cham-) agne district, has issued a note forj cents. I The belt worn by Napoleon at the attic of Waterloo, which shows that is girth then was 4H Inches, has seen presented to tho Natkfnal Mill- ar j- Museum, Paris, by Madame1 Poilpot, widow of Hie military, paint- i. 11. Sorenson ol Stratemoie, speak- ng in CalKary, stated that numerous ORRINB, beuuie It hu cured their angs of cattle working nne8 Of the "Drink H.blt" and Alberla, pailicularly cast ol Cal-, thereby brought hipplneu U. their ary, and urged that record of i homen. Can he given secretly OR- attle brands, he kept at packing I BINE cortt onlF 00 per bn. lants, stockyards, I Ask Tor Free Booklet II. Smltll, general rnnnap.tr and- Rod Cross Drug Book Ut, chief engineer'ol.the E., U. and li.U. eVtl41a.Blpfk, Third IVHUI. D R INK H A BIT RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT TbouiMidi of vlvei, and are entnuiuutlc in their Warner, Feb. Warner Com- mittee of the Patriotic Fund arrang- ed a concert and box social -here last night, in Grady's Hall, and the result is highly gratifying to the organizers, as after deducting necessary expenses such as hall rent, printing, etc., about will te sent in to headquarters. The sale of hoxcs realized over alone, admissions forming the balance of the .receipts, A feature pi. the con- cert was the three patriotic choruses given by the school children teained by Miss Boyson and Miss Sullivan. They were excellently rendered ami heartily applauded. The Rev. L. L. Orth occupied ths chair and explain- wouldn't teem like Home without FRVS" so wanning, so cheering is FRY'S COCOA that everyone whowisnes to keep strong ought to drink it So exquisite in flavor, it appeals to the most fastidious. PRY'S is a pure food-beverage that feeds the "whole body as probably no other food can dp quite so well. You tiy it. ISM Saskatoon, Keb- In the police, ourt this moriiiiij; Alderruan F. R. acMillan declarwl that there was a ique of criminals opera-ting in the ty and that thr. police were asleep r they would round up tJie Rang. TJic td briefly 'the objects of the "fund, chief of police inilicnantly denied, the whilst during the crehing, Mr, D. K.I charge and asked Yates gave a good patriotic address, which was much enjoyed. The follow- ing ladles and gentlemen contributed (.o the program, all being encored Morris Bavjs, vocal solo Miss Sulli- van, recitation Mrs. MVhltty and Miss Grady, vocal duet Mrs. Otth and Miss Bittorr, piano duet A. P. Veale, vocal "solo W. L. 'Miseasol, violin solo Orth, vocal solo. Mrs. Camphell acted as accompanist in her usual brilliant manner. The lioxes were auctioned hy F. S, Lef- fingwcll, and the only regret was 'that there were not more boxes The committee arc so pleas- ed with (he generous response of Hie Warner people, and their efforts were to well received that, they oxpoct'to hold another concert in the near fu- fulure. PRIZE CREW ON WILHELMINA London, Feb. prize crew of three officers aDd.lG men has been ced on buard the American steamer Willielmlna, at Palmouti. The Wil- helmlnn la loaded with foodBluIfs boiind for GermBnyd.- the alderman to make some definite charges: anil would answer them. The case before the court at the lime was that b! Arthur Beckwltli, who had pleaded guilty .to shop-lift- ing in .MacMillan's "store. Heckwith was captured Hie store clerks alter an exciting dash down the lane be- hind the store. He1 was sentenced to four months in jail.- One irHlispensaiblc comfort on chill winter afternoons Is the delicious cup of Salada tea. Always, ways the same. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR 'EDMUND WALKEK. C.V.O..LL.D., D.C.U, ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manjger JOHN A..'t C SHOWN, Superintendent ol Central Wt.Un CAPITAL JESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all dtposita of and npwards. Careful attention is given to every account. SmiUl Mcouatt welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more pereeM, drawili lo be made by any one Of them or by tlic survivor. VII Branch-R. T. Brymner, Mgr ;