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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta t�AGE FOUH THE LE TH BR 1DG-B D AIL Y HERA*^BD SATURDAY, PEBRpARY 26, 1916 XetbbrtOoe, Hlberta OAIUY AND WEEKLY Subacrlptlon Rates: Dally, dellvoreil. per week ..... loc Dally, dellverea. per year ......$5.00 Dally, by mall, per yoar .. tVeekly, by mall, per year ..$3.00 ..il.OO TELEPHONES Business Office ........... Editorial Otflco ........... W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managlug Director Business Manager 1252 1224 Your King and Country Need You Riglit Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The violence of the groat German Offensive at Vordun appears to have somewhat abated, although the Germans claim to have captured several Frencli positions, and to have brought their big guns to within range of the forts of the great Verdun fortress. Tlie French offlcial statement says that the French front has been withdrawn some tliree miles, but tUat the lino has not been broken, and that the German losses have been tremendous, Willi no apparent advantage gained. The Kaiser himself is directing operations, and even beld a rehearsal of the big attack beliind tlte lines before the offensive commenced. A crisis between President Wilson and congress over the rights of neutrals to travel on armed merchantmen subject to attack under the German policy, is ImminenL Congress Is Inclined to the belief that it should officially warn 'Americans to keep off such vessels. President Wilson is emphatic in the stand that America can-Bot' surrender her rights, and retain peace at the expense of her national honor. A Turkish statement claims a 'British defeat in Mesopotamia. there should bo an mvestlgation In Alberta. As nn exnmplo of logical reasoning wo commend this to our readers, whatever shade of politics they may be. ' The truth of the matter la that President l.,Hmb was complaining that part of the money spent was wasted because the roads built were not permanent, and in wet weather disappeared In a lake of mud. Anyono who has had experience with country roads in Alberta, especially in" wet weather, will know without being told that macadam or pavement would bo the only thing to fill the hill. No doubt the government would like to give farmers of the province permanent roads over over\- foot of 150,000 or more miles of road reciuired to serve the communities opened up, but even our Conservative friends will admit that the task would bo gigantic. If some of the roads are not what i tbo age of SI. they should be it is regrettable, but the wonder is that $6,000,000 has been spent to as good advantage as it really has. Trunk roads are fine business, i years, but trunk roads cannot be built In front of every farmer's place without liennlo and Co., Toronto, lost valuable stocks of seeds by fire. Returned convalescent soldiers had to cross Uio Atlantic as steerage passengers. A milltarj* census of Soutli Waterloo shows about three thousan^l physically (it men betlveen the ages of IS and 45. Mayor Church of Toronto, is taking . a delegation to Ottawa to fight a Mac-tliejkenzie and Mann Charter which parallels the Hydro line. .lohn Midgloy, who at hla retirement some years ago was the oldest merchant in St; Thomas, ja dbad at .Tolin Church, for many years engaged in educational and newspaper work in St. John, N.Q., 'died, aged about SO .lames Dean Cowell, son p� J. R. . , ,,^,,, Cowell, the clerk 6t the legislative an cvpendituro Alberta s 400,000 could j assembly of AlberU has been granted not carry. Temporary work must be done in many places to meet the needs for a few years. Hearst got a cold shoulder in Peel on Thursday. Watch Bowserism get it in the neck in Vancouver today. Though there's ao particular manifestation of it Jiust yet, people in this countr>- have a lingering notion that "sometiiin"s goin' to drap" in Europe one of these days. We don't know Mr. Bruner, but we wo,uld imagine that it would not be safe.for him to travel Calgary streets ia daytime with the soldiers now In training there on the job. BRUNER GOT POOR RETURN FOR MONEY Though Fred Bruner, treasurer of the Licensed Victuallers' association of Saskatchewan, has named eight iJberaJ members of the Scott govem-jnent who, he claims, were bribed to oppose the prohibition measure passed by that government a year ago, people should not make a snap judgment on Bruner's evidence. Bruner claims that 110.000 was spent for the purpose mentioned. If he Is correct, he must he chagrined over the poor work accomplished by his ten thousand Iron dollars. Not a single member named voted against the measure. This will take some e.xplalnlng. . The road graft charges are much Jnore important, and for these a Royal Commission is being named. Until tiie findhig of the commission is hrought down, judgment should be reserved in this case also. The whole imbroglio seems to have been precipitated for party effect, and as such it should be considered until something more definite Is known. Old Kaiser Bill rehearsed the attack on Verdun before staging it. This is positively his last performance. The curtain is due to ring down any minute. Walter Ross found he wa.s too old to don khaki, and he couldn't get to the tranches without it. If he could have made the grade, no doubt he would have shown the Huns how an old plainsman could flghL the D. C. M. for display ot braveo". Hon. Lome A. Campbell, minister of mines; AV. W. Loteau.'c, and W. D. Willson. Liberal, were nominated for jthe itossland bye-election today. Miss Ina Haseltlne, of Minneapolis, earns about ?4Q0 a year profit from a small flower garden which she attends. Magistrate Klngsford of Toronto, fined James Ryan ?300 and costs for selling liquor witliout a license. He sold a bottle ol whisky to a soldier. The first Internment of an enemy alien in Berlin, Ont.," took' place when Paul Zibell was sent to Toronto lor neglecting to report, though registered. I A. G. Browning, K.C., formerly of North Bay and later of Toronto, has been appolntedattomey-general of the province of Alberta, succeeding J. D. Hunt, resigned. Fred S. Kin'in, teller; James Mar-I tin, accountant, and Henry Young, �junior clerk, all members of the Royal Bank staff at CargiU, enlisted in the 130th Bruce Battalion. Lady Mary Hamilton, daughter of the Duke of Abercom, who was to have been one of the debutantes at court this year, is working in a munition factory in London. "Halg's Pills for Hunnlsh Persons" ia an advertisement appearing in one of the trench newspapers. Lydia will be taking action against that advertiser for infringing her alliterative trademark. Farmers in Southern Alberta have commenced to plough. Those who are not ready to plough are finishing up last yeat^'s threshing. It's one continual round of pleasure in the sunny south. .�yVAR GRAFT POLITICIAN QETS HIS QUIETUS ; There was nothing timid about the Voice raised by the electors of Peel on �frhursday against anything savoring of graft in war contracts in the Do-ininion of Canada. Conservatives as ivtrell as Liberals spoke out against the grafting politician who has wa.xed fat on war contracts at the expense of nils countrymen who are footing the hill. J. R. Fallis, the Conservative member for Peel, who was elected at the last general election hy a majority'of, 627, was told to stay at home With a^ majority of'335 against him. One ,thousand Conservatives went to the polls to say that they disapproved of Fallls' operations In buying up army remoutits'and selling them to eovernment;. buyers at an; advance of ?S per head. Even the fact that Fallls Had admitted his wrongdoing and Bent his $1800 profits to the Patriotic Kund did not save him from a stinging defeat. Peel county electors have spoken; the whole. Dominion .wOjUld speak ill the same manner had they' the opportunity; no,doubt the Dominion government will heed .the Itt-arnlng. The United States is nearer war than most people think. Kvents are moving swiftly at Washington and wUl hear watching, for the next few days. The temper of Uncle Sam is sorely tried; It Is just possible that be might fly off the handle and take poke at the Huns. NO APOLOGY, FOR ROAD BUILDING IN ALGEBTA President Lamb ot the Rural M�ni-Wpallties association, made the statement before the convention in Edmonton the other day that, since 1905, the province had spent $6,000,000 on roads ivpd bridges, and that many miles of those roads are now In the ditch. 'Whereupon pap-ted Conservative or-rise up and proclaim that the W(hole, 16,900,000/, la in the ditch, and 'CpneeQUBPtly there must have been ;CTaft;'ln;'conneotlon with the building 'V Bt, tho ip'a'dB to Bupli an 'extent that ^1 EAL ^ BRAND Coffee Canada's Best In ^, 1 and 2 pound cans. Wliole- ground-pulverized-s^ also Finp.Ground for Percolators. CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAU - 16> ConxiiHons on Govt, Railway Are Disgraceful Ottawa, Ont, Feb. 24, - Senator Clioquette In the Dominion senate, bro.ught' up the quality ot passenger train service on tho transcontinental between Quebec � and Cochrane. Ho read from a report a statement that the accommodation for passengers on a train ^ by which a nowspapor man had travelled colislstcd of one passenger colonist car without lights and very d}rty, and a hoK car In which there 1 were lights. When night .camo, tho, ladies who were travelling fell compelled to go to the hox car which was not In darkness. There were also attached to the train two sumptuous private cars, one for Mr. Gorrlo, superintendent of the transcontinental at Quebec, and his secretary, and the other for Mr. Brady, the general man-tiger, andvhls secretary. Seeing the plight of the women, tho passengers delegated one ot tholr humber to ask Mr. Gorrle for aocom-inodation for Mrs. Honda and Mrs. Bolduc in his car, explaining the sad circumstances under which Mrs. Bolduc Y'as travelling. The answer was, "This is a private car," and the accommodation for the ladies was refused. ' NO WORD YET Wafihlngton, Feb. 25.-as Secretary Lansing'wont to the cabinet meeting tqday he said absolutely nothing had been redolved-bearing on the situation, from Qermany this morning.  THEY MUST APPEAR ' Washington, Feb. 35-United States Commissioner today dismissed the at-tack on the Indictments of H. R. Robert Fowler, Herman Schulteia and Henry B. Martin, returned in a federal grand jury's Investigation of the activities of Labor's National Peace Council, and held that the three men must appear for ari-aigninent in New York March 7th. WANTED - FATHER FOR THE MUNITIONS BOARD By H. F. a AN IMPORTANT JOB tendon, Feb. 25.-Prof. Gilbert Murray, of Oxford university, noted authority on Greek literature, is going to Sweden to lay the British viewpoint regarding the war before the students ot the various cities, at the invitation of the Swedish Union of Student Societies. His mission probably win be extended to Norway and Denmark. The first-report of the Dominion analyst on the inspection of maple syrup and maple sugar under the new law shows 192 samples out 61 243 to be genuine, while 42 are aduUet^ted. Tlhe department) of Insurance att Ottawa announces that the licenses of the Anglo-American Fire .Assurance Co., and the Mofatreal-Canada Fire Insurance company have heen withdrawn. J. H. Sinclair, of Guysboro, N. S., has a question on the order paper of the House of Commons, asking for the number and names of persons of German origin working in the Post-Office Department. Investigation ordered by the Dominion government into charges of alleged misconduct of Junior Judge Dowlin, of Kent County^ Oht.,-ha3 been concluded. No witnesses were heard, but a statement of facts agreed to by counsel was drawn up and will bo submitted to the department ot justice. It is understood that Judge Dowlin's resignation is in the hands of the government. Replying to a question by Hon. Ro. dolphe Lemieux, In the House Sir Sam Hughes stated that overseas battalions are expected to prpvlde private brass bands thenjseives. Tho department supplies bugles and drums, for a hugle band with each battalion. If a bra^a batvd is -wanted, it must be supplied out of the regimental funds or by popular'subscription. ' [[[ mm Th e H e a d a c h e s that so many women suffer from -are often due to a congested state of the liver-the body's filter. What is needed is a gentle tonic-aperient, to produce a healthy and normal action of tbe digestive organs and rid the blood of Irai purities. In such cases nothinjf is so good aa ENO'S FRUIT SAlii -the world's bousohold remedy formprp than forty yean. Its action Itifcatleandn KturA)/ Uilleianeu.andnsslrtinKnature Avoid worthleiit , (mlutlont. There Is only one FRUIT SALT-tMO'8. Aik your drugglBt. - TW^ Prtpared only by XCENOiUd., "FraitSalt" Wark Whether it is that Chairman Fla^ velle has read in the Good Book that the evil doer hateththe light-or that the Board wants to hang out a warm welcome to army contractors .or that It signals profit-taking patriots not to blunder into the; wrong place, the tact remains that that particular top floor is a veritable flood of, artificial sunshine which bums far into the night, conveying the impression t"hat a tireless mind Is at work. up. there .saving the Empire: as far as it can be saved by the awarding of fat cpa-tracts toi friends of the party,- What's more there are no blinds on the big windows, nothing to prevent Chairman Flavelle's' light so ^ shining before men that everybody will know that Brains and Zeal and Dlsltiterest-ed Loyalty-with a knighthood perhaps in the othng-are on the .job at last. Chairman Flavelle has .In former times justified himself as the mobillzer of sausages and cold storage eggs. Why, then, shouldn't he make a success of other high explosives like shrapnel and such? At all events the Imperial Munitions' Board alias the Shell Committee makes no secret of its abiding place. Its easy enough to track it to its lair. It seems to court publicity. To all appearances its proceedings are open to mankind. - Anybody with an ,aert> plane capable of rising eighty feet above the street level can"8eB''-iyhatis going on provided the Board" ia'not indulging in mental reservations at the time. The wonder is that .Svitb, so much light surrounding and interpenetrating it its deeds' continue to be wrapt in darkness. Whose Child Is it? While there Is no question as to the home of the Imperial Munitions Board alias the Shell Committee there was, up to a very recent date.a question as to its fatlier. Whose child was this over;rich orphan, with oodles ot money to spend? The cabinet ministers vied with �|ich .other la dla^ claiming paFentagiS'' Likejthe' good people! who ..failed�jtd appear;-in wedding, igarments jtli^-'straielitway began ^ to, malte ej^cuse'^^'aml' the ipipre the ' Opposlfion' '.quizzed; ',themvV|he niM^ exouses'^-tliey offeyed.'f'-Never was: fouridllng .so, heartily repudl&ed. Mr. Caf-vel-or was'; It Dr. jlftigsie/-^ qubled vagBfr; weirds 'by; tTenvtep >Bor-' den' '.which, s^eraed'-to; s^ow: &i w.brk-;k"ii,'owledKe, piv-:His > part ?btt5;ghty thS____ Compilttee, the former. Now Is the time to start a Reserve Fimd -and ]ho Sayings Department of the Union Bank of Canfi,da i� tbe place to keep It. Deposit the extra you have on hand now-you can open an fdpfunV'^tth any sum, down to one dollar-and draw lnt�rostoalt LCTHirilDQE IRANCM . . . 0. R. TINNING, Manager ------.LAKg BRANCH  M. e. SANDS, Acting Manpper THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Sm EDMinSD WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L., President tO]HN AjiRO, GeneralMaoasei H. V. V. JONES, Asa'tGoncrit MmiagM  � y. C, BROWN, Superintendent ot Central Western Braocftea CAPITAL, 515,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 BANKING BY MAIL , A ' , COMPANY, .VlMITEp.. lALiir.r"? e|jbllp:/\{lmlj)'((strator and Official Asslgnos for the Juilol?| DJiitpista'9f UETHBRIDQ? MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIW'N Lethbrldg)) ptflce, Bank of Cotnmoroo BIdg.-J. W. McNleol/Infpefstbij^, Investment Experience QWX''\]W^\\).'^M'� places us in close toiicliw.ith tho jrijiaucial Affairs of tlio Fariucr, Jkislnqsa ' Mail. i\Vt^ <;-roat iiiuny otlior people. : It y QUI' oxporioii'co that tlioso, Avho; arp Uio^jt saUssned \vicli their liivestmoutw -ai'p thofciQ who have made safety thpu' I'irst cori-sidoration. -   .'ST-; 818 ptf);�TRE;eT 80UTH-CONYBEABE BLOCK-LETHBRIpap ;