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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtnt TiiE DAILY HERALD 3SQXDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1915 letbbtibge Ifoeralo HlDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily, delivered, per Dally, by mail, per yonr... .Weekly, by nmll, per year. V4.00 3.00 TELEPHONES: Business Ottlco r............ Editorial Ofllce 1- W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business .Manager THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Tho thirtieth week of tne war starts tomorrow, aud with the end of winter approaching new developments are due 10 lake place soon. Tue yaat week has noi seeu very much change in the campaign In Western Europe, but lias-caused a considerable altera- tion in ilie eastern zone of battle. To the outsider the developments IT 11 IP .THEBURY Liberals Critical but Not Blocking Post- Soon to Have ton Lakes Park to be. Reduced in by Ottawa Letter Ottawa, Feb. far Porllnraent lias uot engaged in controversial matters, though criticisms have been more for his products, und that is what will follow the hdopLitm of this new tnrlff. The manufacturer isu't so patriotic that h0 will neglect" to raise directed against ilio government price flf ,jjs goodi npw eral matters of admiuistratioa. wm agsuredlj- largely coma out dicatious point to a peateiui COU-JOL the common peonlc. Watch and sequently short session. Prorogation j see. The manufacture re will benefit jy Easter is expected. No iuterter- i even more than the govcrnmout from nee is being offered to the govcrn- iiect's measures for the conduct of Canada's part in the war. A united that have l eu place in East Prussia and Northern Poland must appear Iw- and it Is dlflicwH to con- strue ihe meaning oi the change that has taken j-lace. Whether the Rus- sians have actually forced to withdraw from the ndvanced posilions they occupied in East Prussia, or are 'morely playing: a role to further the beat of tile campaign, is an .question. Two opinions, how- orerj'may be reasonably accepted. V' First that llie object of the Grand Lhilie Nicholas Is to decimute. as much as he can, the fighting force of enemy .by giving him battle simp- ly for purpose, without, any in: teaiiofl oi gaining ground until the right rime arrives. Second, that ihe eneaiy has mapped out a new plan for attacking Warsaw from ihe nonli. by Novo Georgivisk, Instead of from the west, us hiMierto, anii io circumvent this the Russiun forces have been rushed back, TliD real.Russian Invasion of Ger-1 itjsny, it is safe to conjecture, has been delayed until the Allies ar .readr to Flari forward in France am Belgium, when offensives both in th west and in ttie east ivill be token simultaneously, placing tee enemy in a serious and embarrassing predica ment. increased Mr. Buchauau, the member for O v e r the P r e c i pi c e Canada is engaged in this world con-j'clne Hat, is active in seeking In forma diet. There may be failures on tlie'Uon from the government. He ha government's part in administration, and natutally (hey will be criticised, but the Liberals are not interfering fouud that Letlibr] dge's new pos master was appointed on the recon mendatiou of TV. S. Ball, so the publ] jl- THE PRESENT HAS THE SOLUTION? I The crisis in School -Board matters I' brings us face to face with an unen viable municipal "position ...which; -j- may just as well wrestle with; now as later. We are "up against it." to use a and.-we hare.to a way ouL -Naturally on hearing that the schools are to be closed, ihe first question asked is: "Is the city Have we lost the. ability to pay our honest debts? The Herald IiarAlj thinks matters i j hare gone so far as that. In fact the Herald 'believes, and we believe many: of tie best business men of the west are of the same opinion, that Leth- hridEa is in the nest position Snaa- cially of any western city outside of ;H -Winnipeg. We have heard the asser-. lion mane by C. P. R- officials that Lethbrldge will' recover from ihe quietly than any other wesiern city. j What then, is our position? We are temporarily embarrassed. Mere rhat Is the worst construction j thai can be put upon our case. Tn our Tace to become a metropolis we-have ourselves, and now. with a combination of -war times. and de-, I creased credits, and with the banks I protecting themselves from the re-j I., motest possibility oE loss, we find that i .our immediate need tor money is _I- greater than our demand to. pay. I, Lethbridge does not deserve to be .placed in. such a. predicament. "We .were Uie first city of the west to re- j 'cognize whither We were drifting, and I- we were ihe first city to put on the brakes. We have ruthlessly slashed 'our expenditures, and we are .begin- ning: to arrive at a tas figure that we 'can'-afford to shoulder without too Tgreat .a drain on our resources. Given one year of normal conditions and the present economic trend ot admin is tra tlpn. and we would be able to -lass the future'with a amlle. That time is looming up, and the Herald believes that another year will see ua we 'will be in a position to meet our financial obligations without a worry' But. in the meantime something -Eitist bei. done, and that something L must tie; more. than, the hand to mouth I-.J financing which we have been follow: ing up to the present day. A great many, cltlea in Sweat are seeking for some means of financing the city for two years ahead 'Instead of a few monthi -as tt .now the: case.-Leth- bridge must seek to cflnaln sotte such solution. .It is the aolutlvo, and toy inftklnr goiae Mcrlflccn tor the future.it should be uf, cw- It would glre aa op- portunity to right UK boat and Btop drifting. It may require extreme It may even require a new dltpoeltlon of our whole fndebtedneaa, i t and a prpMlie thiit no., more iMLuy jearaV n the least'with the policy of aiding can now place the responsibility Io the Emplre at this momentous period; the change of officials nt Lethbridge rather Uiey are doins their utmost tojJIr. Ilipley's salary is per an assist. num. The Postmaster General also advises Mi. Buchanan that the post office at AVrentham will be opened im mediately. This office had 'been, pro- mised nearly a year ago. hut differ ences over the appointment ot a post master prevented the people of this district receiving the convenieoce. Dr. Warnock, the alert member for ifacleod, secured a statement from Hon. Dr. Rocho, 'Minister of tha Inter- ior, in the House the other evening which indicates that ihe Waterton Likes Park is likely to top reduced in size. Last year the park was con- siderably enlarged, much to the dis- satisfaction of people around fincher Creek and the foothills. The depart- ment has evidently received enough protests to warrant a change. The new tariff it is call- not a war tariff. The taxes be- ing raised through the stamp nad tar- ff taxation, the finance Minister made cliar, are to bolster up the iall- revenue and not Tor war expendi- :ure at all. The tirifE changes in- crease protection by per cent, on nearly every item of the tariff and reduces the British preference iby ccreaswl protection will help the manufacturers more than it will the Dominion treasury. In a great many duty becomes practically srohSbitiva and importations will ease, meaning: that where there had oeen revenue before there will not any in tli-s future. Then we all know that increased protection en- ables the manufacturer to charge I But we are built a good 'many years ahead" right now, and we should be able to give a promise of that kind. are facing a crisis and no makeshift solntion will do. We must be prepared to go to the extreme, or our position a year hence will he worse than it is totalling aud involving. were made under the bail insurance act: in -the province ol Alberta, according to statistics presented at the annual session of the board .simultaneously with the local improvement district and rural municipalities convention yesterday. According to S ecr et ar j -Treasurer Lamb, that was year, no less than 32 .distinct hail storms laving .swept .over various parts oi the province during the grain growing "--eason. The damage was thus assessed at something lite ThESn claims'-were being met as rapidly as possible, the.chitf. experienced during the year having jeen in the collection, of tbe tai'es. Last year was the first one of tie Jn the ]aJtgTjaffe> of Uncle" Ephrium, goin' to_drap" if this paper "blockade gets a tew more neutral The .weatherman seems .to -be in-on this patriotism and! production, campaign. Calgary stoct buyeta are putting a iBDalty ou-Iaxmers who send hogs to the market. With.feed at he present price it looks as if the luyere were tailng an unfair adran-iige of the Norway has lost two ships .in the iennan naval war zone within .the ast three or four days, one of them vidently. the. victim, of'a German sufc- afiiie. The Kaiser is in a fair way p lose "even the of riautrals.- lis present campaign .will alienate Ven .the-tenderest affections. stiiincss was round in the machinery the general act was found to be work- ing out as satisfactorily 'have been expected for year. might the initial nbairman and G. V. Lamb secietacy PNEY TROUBLE AFFECTEOJIS 5PINE Svffand For Forty furs M fit Used "Fr.lt4-titts" BRONTB, OKT., OCT. girt. 1913. For iboiit fort? ytart, I was troubled with LauicUuck brought on by Kidney mJ Bladder Trouble; K'lrat.never confined to my bed with the trouble. but it affected my tpiue ind I to rest for u time. I took advertised remedies which never did me any good. Then I saw "Fruil-a-Uves1' advertised and decided to try them. They did uie more good than nny otlicr My ion froni.tlie. same trouble and frequently had to leave off but remedied it for him. I would strongly tdviic anyone aurfering from Kidney and BladderTrouble to use H. DORLAND 5oc. a bos, 6 for 12.50, Irinl ajc. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tlres limited. Otuwa, The Prussian Grand Review of 1915 md the llko. Then when the time to sell put they arc in pret- ;y lix, Uocause their icprcciatony ,i tudc decidedly cuts prices. Tho 'holds u uublic sale, is i'cry likely to discover too Jate that lis neighbors Jinve taken him nt his word. "When tfierc comes a time or set- tJcinenL ilic habits of hposting and ot runnin.if ilown fl.connnuiuty arc ly disastrous. There ate sections thai; arc avoided merely because they havo had names that may be traced indirectly .to the attitude .of the inhabitants. "There is danger of reaction after a boom, hut the community that de- preciates its worth is likely to be valued accordingly." Mr. Marnoch thought that laicly. sound philosophy. M'c do not want to over-boost our district hut we want to boost it legitimately. We "want to tell the irutli, and the truth about any section of Alberta is good enough. If we don't tell Hie truth, i-fr will bo discovered, but perhaps not beiore thu venom of over-boosting ot depreciate iag has done its work. The habitual grumbler, knocker, growler, howler, mnligncr, blue ruin snatler must he out tc- rout. Alberta can get along icry well-without him, and there is no plate Tor him in tlip new crusaue. The work of the league will follow along the lines of that done by tho Lctlibrluge. Hoard of Trade in. 1014; It will do for the Province what has done for the district surrounding it, ana included in these activities will be tlie elimination ot the kicker. PICKED UP IN I ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN John N. Wells, an old .resident at his home, 501 Bruns avenue. The Milling Cto. ot Medicine Hat has started its mitts and Hour was made first last week. Seven jnore oC war have been don concentration camp.." Denis Donovan or Calgary, convicted of rustling and glveu sevsn years, has made-application (Sir Adam missed from the opening of the Ontario legislature, owing to illoosa. i. It ia'expected thatlthe Toronto Uni- walty. will grant the year, to tbe 186 students who have Joined tie. colors. Numerous .ameftdments of minor The relspiatioa of rMo31ahon, character were suggested. At the.mitron of Queen's Canadian "Military meeting J. W._BeyDor was re-elected hospital at Shorncllire, is-announced. One .hundred and o: the Patriotism and Production-cam paign have been held in P.G.I, which record leads tbe Dominion. NEW DIEECTOBS OF IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA POD. W. J. Banna, Provincial Secmary ol Ontario; Llcut.-CoL J. F. ana Mr. John. Northway. Nlc.kle MAKE YOUR WILL AND APPOINT The Royal Trust Co. Executor The Tniat Company rather than an Individual a3 Executor iffords.'tlie greatest possible security to Teslatora. The Company docfl-'not die. Its charges are reasonable and its appointment Is '.Uie beat, guarantee a Testator can have that his Estate will be' hofleatly, and economically'managed.- Paid, up Capital and Reserve Fund BOARD OF H, V; .Meredith, President; Sir William -.C.; Van Home, K.C.M.O., Vice-President; Sir H. Montagu Allan, R. 'B. Angus, A. D. Bralthwalte, H. R, Drum- mond, C. B. -Gordon, Hon. Sir .bomer Gouln, K.C.M.O., E. B C. R. Hosmer, sir W. C. Micdonald, Hon. R, Sir T. G, ShaughneBay, K.C.V-0., Sir Frederick Head Montreal. A, K. Holt Manager. G. H. HAflMAN, fiink of Montreal, In Lethbrlugt, Three hundred and one horses, the pick of Alberta 'were purchased by the remount commission In Calgary atic will be shipped to Brandon. H. Hainlin of Me., will be associate counsel lor Werner von Horn in resisting extradition to, Ca- nada. A deputatJoD askei] the Edmonton School Board to repeal the vaccination laws State Minimum Wage Commis- sion of AVaahlnglon has 110.00 as a minimum wage for women and girls employed' in' clarical posi- tions. Incorporation has been granted to Macdonala, Cooper, Limited, wholesale and retail moDUiacturerB, etc., with a capital of a million dollars and headquarters at Edmonton., W. J. whose .name wlJl go before the Bast Edmonton Liberal convention Wednesday, February 24, Stated that he would-riot fun as an independent Liberal, but would: airide -by the decjeloh rendered jy the convention. The Saskatchewan Druggists' asso- ciation has forwarded to the Minister of Finance at Ottawa a vigorous pro- test against tho proposed war tax nn patent medicines, lierfumeB, (ind" ccr- aln other drugs, claiming that It IB dlgproporlloriate. All petition! for private bllla to be sought during the fle'silon of the-Iegla- laturj 'which opens next Thursday must be "fried clerk- ol the jleeielatura, than' March.31. i Notice to thiA effect ofdcla'i- Jy gazetted, The 32nd Kegiment, recruited in Sas- katchewan, and under tho command of Colonel Cowan of 'with Major C. D. McPhoraon-'of Portage second in command, IB to go to Dcr mud a to release the ftoytl- Cinfldlart Ruglment, wnlcb Alberta No Place For Knockers Albfrta is no place lor :tBc President iilarnoch, of the Alherta Ruial Development League, in speak- ing at. the Board of. Trade council meeting last iveet, condemned the the buy horses, a Army Welsh stockman. ARGENTINA INTERNS HOLGER German Auxiliary Cruiier Reported Plata River .Buenos Aires, Feb. stipu-; period during which thp German1 _ _- nere' very fhern Alberta's undesirabres. Jn out-1'wise uninanagenble. The buyers came E; he said' and heard the-description.-Then they examination pessimist -to the scrap south- bad actor, likely torkick, and fhern Alberta's undesirables. J ining the irorJc of --the league; ihat anv one district wouiil-'get out the.horse of the enterprise exactly what they officers; that this .horse .ivas a into it. IF the district is ready to boost itseH, it -will'finally receive all its boosting without and gratis, aft.' Ularndch quoted the lol- from the Country Gentleman, tamed. Newspapers a report that the German, '.-auxiliary cruiaer Wilhelhi la actually in the and took him, docking the owner Waters of the River Plata, having on the price because of the faults sailors Jrom .yeflaels whlcD. ane that he had himself alleged. "Occasioually vre find farmers who are prone to disparage tjjeir mvn com- munities' and to "attribute ;their lack in his peroration of the calamity, oi greater success to poor soil, Un- rJcr 1 distant markets, sunk. The Holser when she arrived here bad on board the crews of several mer- chant Bhlns sunk during Juuuary and February by ..the cruiser Wilhelm, Wise Old Ben Franklin "A Penny Saved is a Penny EarnetL" With the. .price of beef and wheat soaring higher and higher, the problem of economic living is causing many housewives to con- sider food values in 'planning A meals. For years many have known, and others are now finding out, the true economy in Tills food, the tnu-meat wheat'inrt baWay full of Nature's richest nourishment, nnrt iniiMlc, bone and brain, In a way that thoroughly comniended it tSe work) over. A package ot to serve, and sealisa.in Its germ- proot be had itrom Mir trocer. Ne In prlul served with milk, or fnilti ilyes aatlsfactlon, sustaining rood .vajue, true econ- omy, .and proves JlseK a lanlHy friend; 'There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts Canadian Cereal Co., Ltd., Wlmlsor. Ont. ;