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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHPHIDCE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1915 DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, delivered, per year..... Dally, by mail, inr year...... by mail, per year---- J-UIO 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: Editorial Onlco W A Buchanan Jolin Torrarice Miuiayin? Director Husiiu-fs Miumgcr. 01 tho latter the Now Vork Tribune voices American opinion when It eays: Blr Eihvunl Grey's reply to our state deimruuent's yrotosl imulnst lllo 111 conveniences calmed lo American stiiujiert liy tho delemlon of ships jimd of cargoos dcsllnwl lo neuLlul Is entirely reaeoua-blu olid friendly in lone. H will probably bo conceded 'by mosl Americans UiaL the German t'ov- ornmeul's notion in taulng conu-ol o( all food sypplipj? pliniiimtfs the nor- mal ibelwcrn food inieudcd for Iho use or a belligerent's armed fotvt's and food intended tor iiiG civil- Itiu [Kjtulaiinn. All food may well be- l-onu' eoiuruband under slldi condi- tions. :uos( Americans also rorosnlze that the British prize conns will a hearing on their merits to cases of seizures coming -before tlioai. Ueyorid always the recourse of nndls IICKED UP IN ASSING THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Hvcnts in llic uprenr to lie1 moving slowly, r.nrt Uic general ibscaco o( news imli.-alo? Illal a lod oi reigns in Flanders and France, .ifler the i-ecent fisbtins ihere ia xvliich several advanced positions j intervention and arbilra- iverp captured by llie AiHes. [tion. In Gallcia H now remains pme-i that ihe Russians haic ovacuai-j ed Bukon-ina, nnd thai the ihremencJ j invasion of Hungary by ihe Czars j forces has abandoned, at any rote, temporarily. j In Poland along the line Irorn Flock j to the river Niemen severe fifiitlns! continues with no delails aa to Us pro-; gress. The campaign in Poland and jhe bombardment oi Reims contin- Tn Gallcia has been distinguished by lies daily, 'the ctllars arc being used j ,he alternate swaying back and for-. -5 M.OO.S ior th. children 01 similar advance, and hall, on Catbnenne uy the enemy. I Supl Lnrmouih oi the Edmonton' With the comparative inlet prevail- siiftl Kauvay estimates that thej jnn In Western Europe the is1 delimit ior 1'Jlo will be evidently bendin, .1, M. erforts on j (glands .crural, the Russians, in order to force them house QCC.upied bv eight persons, back and hold Ibem across the Vistula Qen ]jaj retircd nine Rener- I OR HIE FfSV MAS' Wolfe's alfm im) "The Beverage that Benefits" simply a tlilrst quetictior, not merely a stlraulfitit, but just the purest most henlth infustinjr spirit that has crer been produced. lUcellent as a "piek- mc-up" Ionic Rrni most bcncficinl In Its effect on the liver, kidneys, and other orgaus, VasUy su- perior to ordinary gin, Obtainnblt ot all hotsh and retail ftortf, Distributors The Hudson's Bay Company. AMERICAN INTEREST IN THE GREAT WAR A bag oC wind, Ascrap of paper, A rattling a word, A mind unhinged; There you have the ele- Tag. Uiat ho can give Lae the Prance and Belgium war areas. attenilm als oi division, giving tlie coveted j i Sir Thomas" Lipton with Prince' Tba School Board IB convinced they the victims of a come-on game. i Paul is at witnessed the lae real old siell game: now you set I bombardmrat o[ Senilin by ihe Serbs, it and now jou don't. THE TASK FOR CANADIANS The prompt work oE j fire department caught the Calgary the Kouiu Johnny Canuct sized up his i Hood Mill blaze in the nick OL time e ,ost Tbo col. has [t ou sootl authority. uol via SJayv-llle tvjreless, (hat some of the street car men busily engaged remarks tile Adver-j the 6amns -yorihim Manitoba, IP clearing the trmcj; a few days ago User, "he found that he had gone bten ioumip according to advices after the snow, left the sweeper down Into his Jeans to the 'lune of leceived in The Pas, Man. standing jauntily on the track when S1S5000000 In other words, he found The military and the London Min- the 12 o'clock .Thistle gave them the i. .nsnAii.lnn n-oriti nf isterial Association have joined hands motive Iorce to'beat H to dinner. Corn- that he nought JJ86.00MDO "-ortli of m campalpl (0 to ho. misi, Reld should tai-8 a tlp and gel goods more that he sold. If it hadn't men who iiq.Jor to sold.ers al- busy if this Is so. been for the fact that Great Britain leady under its influence. was a good customer he would have J.'B. Johnston, counsel for Charles h r_ rnr Becker, under sentence oi deaih ior WOISL has come. The School found himselr much off, for ihe 0( llcnnaa Rcsrnthal, an- Bcora treasuiT Is squeezed dry. Now mother country bousht from him nounctd thst within three days he is Ln8 tlme aom6 patriotic ninety millioc dollars' worth more lvould make formal motion ior'.., new c'llzens who have made all their T- i '0 inr pr monev In Lethbrldge, to step up and than she sold him. H TO Lacle Sam Uia icr ..-Here.s ft 'Qf WHO'sot BO much ot Johnny's r.ash. 1 J In Un- thinSa are Johnny Canuck bought from Mm the homc sistec, Dooming once more." worth oE goods and sold hlm_. jjrs T ,v_ dct, BroekviUe, aitet v less chan worth. This is'a'shott illness." The also-rans at the last acbool'el: follow tlie use of 25 60c. all Dr (Take VITA Tablati for Sick 4 OLD BY J. D. H1GINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED. i -in. -T why Mi.- J, Sarah who is rfa, Wlth ari JDJIIUKI today. This niiiy this year. He must produce more j.nee( announces hct leg will he wins out for himself and buy less. He must ".lioadav. a hos- cclicn ara chuckling up both sleevea a case where the loser The Sti saloons of the capital city Guess It will be a case now of the f of Iowa, wiil close their doors at tonight Ior an period, provincial governmeiic stepping in, running our schools, and making us The question closing the manual training school Is no lonser the ques- tion. "To he or not to be that is the School Board in unison. If the city can gel along vith a fire brigade yart paid and part -voiuflteer, they hud. better do it. As [or the pnrks, the col. no- keep more of his money at home and send more of his goods atroad." The Calgary Mews-Telegram Brints Mulct Kw" nay up'for It-when we can. UT ae labor svatem aa ,n UEe the abgve, and adds: j J. W. ,vno is going with oa Ontario roafls. Every dtlien wl" ''And the aiove is pretty the se-jond Canadian contingent in Pretty kettle of fish, Isn't It? Well, na've to put lE so many day3 a we; common Eeuse from such a strongly Army Medical (JorfS has been it should (each other budding young WIth a shovel and a rske. a ordained in the Methodist ministry cities liKe Macleod 3. lesson, 10 stay In Liberal newspaper as tne Adiertiser. jn ai chutchj Uontreal as Jong as Ule ,1W Mms Once upon a time, before the News-j resolution is under consideration Telegram hail a sudden change ot in the H. C. Legislature asking the Couldn't that benevolent young cor- lieart, that journal held a different Dominion government to give ade- nnration. the C.P.R., be touched for a level the trade balance hetween Can- i bia Fifty echoolmarmB and firty grasp- ada and'the Tjniled States. In those Ales. D. McLean, formerly oE Aid-! jog landladies are having It out today. davs it advocatej a measure which! borough township, his son Ross, agedj -J J.....ut.. ..-.i.-u.i.u no iaughing matter. they can always enlist. Sam has raised against our raw pra-injBht, when an express train running duce. It then, and it pro- 50 miles an hour crashed into tbeir oablr iriU sea the light affain. that cutter. our wealth is in our agricultural pro- j Richard Imento, nn insane and crip- and to the baiance of S with. Uncle Sam on our aide we must mamacal momi aDd tnied Chas. 0. sell him more of those products Qian Dryden and wounding others heioie he sells ns of manufactured goois. I he was riddled with huliets. and production" sounds j Cardinal James Oibbons speaking _, in Billumore, stated that Scriptural Plenty of are J pr0phecy of the conditions that shall patriotic and know how to make their j prevail near the end oi the world farms produce, but marketing Is their: seems to be in the process of iVJii-j WE battle. If the XeB-s-Telegram wants lo ride in the farmers' .andj S wagon It will have to revert to the with a story oi depression, and urged faith of its fathers. It can'i expect lhat the charge ni 38c. a pound on the formers to be patriotic nnd pro- imported leal tobacco he changed from ductive when the, u, ,o much of their time climbing the Dara and Saskatoon, and W. Reid, of Ue- into Uncle Sam's market where we ginaf were elected directors of the sent in gold last year Canadian Fisheries Association ior when we might much better have sent the Saskatchewan at a or the' Pine Crce.( district, committed sui- cide Tuesday morning at the home of the Wai! hrct-Iir-rs, HQEBE Hills, ahout ten miles northeast of Ednifmion. QiMDn.waa Ot the looking alter somo of his own hou-es. Imprisonment lor life was the s n- tice that at ihe nest meeting it will move that the "whole parks .staff be fired, and the parks be kept in order This is der tag fnta! with the School Board. turn the matter over to the 1913 council. They could stall off situation like this uetter .than any coterie that ever held the reins in tills burg. Ifac wishes now that Hayr had beat him to it. "Der.Tag" lags. Wool has been sold for 23 cents and October wheat Is now quoted albove J1.25. Truly thia is the fanner's year. Edmonton now proposes to oil up its most violent laugh, and have a (encc imposed, ycsterrtay, on the onto, on N'o-emticr 13, The 5min-i euilty "delight carnival." The capital city has been ac "Jitteil of the prior charge Js urged to iovite all city council o[ tcurdcrlng his wife. and school boarda of the west to the fete. If they can he made to laugh their experiences in financing these days, the delight carnival will be voted a bright and shining success. The German if deiperate. The Bri- NORWEGIAN STEAMER STRIKES GERMAN MINE: GOES DOWN London, Feb. steamer Xordcap, according to the Exchange, Telegraph coinpanv's Cop- enhagen correspondent, has struck a German mine in the Baltic bea and too is hefumlng to realize the foundered. All hsr crew perished. The toll manure of hli itnngtb. Contrast Kertcif was a steamer o! 322 and was owned by n. Angell and tte vJtuper.tions at Loole Sara's head by German papers with Lhe tone of the British press over the recent TJ. S.. protests to Berlin and London. That shows the temper ot the piople. And coatnsl the lattllDf Btiier effect of the German reply1 to the and af.Sir.Bdwird (irey company The crew oi one Danish and three Norwegian ships at Aartbus, Den- mari, refused to sail for England and left their skips. A Provincial Etjtia] FrascbiBe league of Saikalchewan was organized at. Re- t recently. "How Shall I Know I Have Kidney Do just as every doctor does when he suspects that a patient lias Kidney Trouble------EXAMINE YOUR URJ.NK. In the morning, sec if the urine is highly reddish or deep orange. (Natural urine is a light straw Notice if the odor is strong or foul. If. highly colored or offensive in odor, your Kidneys are certainly iu need of AT OKCE. Get a bar of GIN PILLS now, and take them regnlarlj. 11" yon have a Pain In The the hands and feet swell you suffer with Rheumatism, Sciatica or you have deposits of reddish inaHcr like brick dust or mucus in the urine ill tlie morning, you may be sure thai }-our Kidneys are not as strong as they should be, tmd need the help of GIN PILLS to be well. Ont, Dec- 4lh. "A few I a jjuenLJyj-MJ llul GJII PjJJs eljccllvc lakii'.if -liort lime, iVielwinpn bo.ama Ic.n until they finally nd J: a Ke JOSEPH STEVENSON. on't put off ihis treatment. Tf our Kidneys show any oi the Don't yo signs given above, you need Gia Pills. To delay taking them is only inviting- Bright's Disease, Stone in the Bladder, chronic Rheumatism or fome other Icr- ible form of Kidney or Bladder Trouble. Gin Pills are sold at all "We. a box, 6 for 42.50. Gin Fills are "Made in Sold in U.S. under the name "G1NO" Pilla. Trial Treatment tree if you wrile National Drug ft Chemical Co. ol Canada, Limited, Toronto Dills JL KIDNEYS As Iho Providence Journal suys, the Urtitcd Ktates hail A Uuuiciulous intorosl in this tiTuiRmlnns war. Her obvious iiilL'resL nt Hit momniL ;ip- years to he Lo ;uukc as much money as she can by iulli the dif- ferent liolligtimils and ollitr utnilmls whoso commerce bus been dislocated by thr .struggle. Her vital intciTsL, howcMT, is tg sec that Germany dots nut win. H is diitinill to bolitrvo Hint 1'resident Wilson, Secretary Una" or any oilier pulilic man would tune the step that Itc hd.cveil would Germany a chance ot victory. II (In; Unilpd SUilcs lakes that sixmis to us to liu Itivorablc to Ger- many, (he reason is proljiibly tlutl thls action, or any olhcr juissililc tioii, make (.muaiiy a Hual win- ner. Having made up their minds on this point, they can sic no reason why UIP of (lie L'nited Slair-s not to make every dollar i sight out of (he war. CANADA IN GKHMAX HANDS The odds against Germany winning rn nrobabiy about one luiiutred to one, yet occasionally the lonti shot Lu-rcss. aiMl :in niliclc in tin1 ProvidL'Uce JOIMIKI! points out Die grave danger lo the L'niU'il States oi a German victory. n'iMi I In? Hrit-ish navy put out ot action anil Uie Al- lied armies drfcatcii there would to pi'Mcut CierniiUiy ta ns HIP cliief prucs of Lhf wur oi Caiiaflu. may br s that the Monroe doctrine, however, is merely a scrap of paper, and unless iht I'nited States readv to po to war with Gonnaiiy, President Mon- rtw's statement would be ivortlilcss. Would tho United Slat-as lir likely lo undertake (hp tremendous tiifik