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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUTl THE LETHPRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, FEBHUARY 27, 1911? DAILY AND WEEKLY. RATES: tally, delivered, per year..... HO by mall, per yew...... 3.0 WsaJfb1, bj per year.... i-O TELEPHONES: Business Office 125: Editorial Office J-- W. A. Buchanan John Tor-ranee Managing IJircctor Business MauRgo: THE WAP. SITUATION TODAY With the announcement of clia prec cuce ol the Canadian troops In tho firing line, interest in the mighty do IngB in Europe have n add ed to tbem. The war Is brought uear- er borne in the thought that relatives and friends are now In the trenches receiving, very nigh nil, ihalr bap tlsm ol Rpporta speak well of Canada's voluntary nrmy and every feat performed R'lU add dis- tinction to the Dominion. Tho forcing ol tho Dardanelles by the British and French fleets forms an Important feature in the situation, loosing for export the wheat of Sou- thern Russia and, thereby, materially aiding the economic resources of the Empire. Beyond this tha new development iwlll ba exceedingly encouraging to our Russian allies, putting heart inio tha campaign which they have been so resolutely waging, with the reward in sight of an open seaport to the south whtch has been the ambition of Rus- sia for generations. If Briiish opinion Is sensed Constantinople, wrested from tiia Turks, it-ill be flua-, sla's recompense for the sacrifices GATE: LATHER "Papa, why do some people use other kinds of shaving soap "Because they've never tried Colgate's." Learn ihe comfort of a Colgate Shave. On receipt of 4 cts. in stamps we will send you a trial size of Colgate's Shaving Stick, the Magic Wand of Shaving Rapid-Shave Powder, the Powder that Shortens the Shave or Perfected Shaving Cream. Mention your preference. Sold Everywhere. Colgate Co., o if Cashmere Banquet Dnimmond MONTREAL Makert W. a M. SHEPHERD, MONTREAL, Sole Agent for m, lasting, refined. 3233 BISHOP FALLOW The ncMon tnkun agaiust Mgr. Fnl- IOD, Bishop of London, by one of his priests, Her. Fr. 1- A. Fleuudoiii, par- ish priest of Nolrt' Diuno du Luc, Wnlkerville, has 'been decided by Rome. The judgment being imrtinlly agulust the contentious of 'lie Uisliop nnd iiiirtially against (he position (ak- CH by th0 parish urlesi. The Bishop took away part ot ihc Abbe llcau- doln's parish and added It to another. Tho Tribunal do Rotn Dial his Lordship wns right in dividing Llic parish, TjiiL ibccimse the part de- l-ached contained u school on which tlis priest Imd spent some Bishop Fallon may huve to pay pan. of the imiumuity of 57000 imposed b; ttome. Having extricated itself by a series of financial somersaults the col. pro- poses 10 relegate ihe school bomd iu- to oblivion fur this week, Hoch der School IBoaru. bold Leti'D rigger eventually to avoid. Kindly observe that I have Ecrupu- j loualy avoided, sullying the pages of she Is making, and to this our French are noi likely to demur. The hand of the InrlBlblo draughts- man la already 03 tha new map Europe. OUR BOY9 ARE FIGHTING Yesterday's diBpateh-ns apptar to dispel all doubt aiout ihe Canadians being in the trenchei, and while ihe saws will bring a wrencb. to many a beart, the news that the boys stood admirably under hea-Yy shell are Tvill cause rejoicing battue it ia just what everyone eipectou. And the hoys of the first contingent them- selrea will welcome getting into ac- tion. They hare had a loag, eruelllns training under trying conditions, and your innocent publication ivJi'i die objectionabla whilom appellation of lha river jn question, and believe me to be ever yours sincerely, A. BELLY. Time someone was coming with the first robin siory. P ICKED UP ASSING FOR THE BUSV MAN feet. instantly killed. The drop Is 500 And would you blame the school L teachers ii thev all went ou a pro- Kenneth Powell, the famous loilged bilt iodav_ Gating two i ler and lawn tennis player, 'who was mollths- pay after "slanding ofl the j serving in the Honorable Artillery for ten weeks ought to be .Company, is dead from wounds. signal for a good-old-fashioned .Mayor Henry of Edmonton says blow-out. Really the sight of so much that whether the gas bylaw carries or money all in one day is enough to i'not the cjiy will carry out its agree- turn even the strongest minds. The I ment with the Edmonon Industrial col. urges Chief Skelion Lo call oil Three unidentified guests lost their'association. his sleuths ami give the pedagogues lives when Kre destroyed the Wind- GaUcians were arrested at hotel In Birmingham, Ala. JIoofie ,aw jn connecUon wlth the Sir Charles Augustus Hartley, not-: wholesale robbery cf C.P.R. box cars ed engineer or London, ia dead. He whicb has been going on for some along j was born in 1S25, time. chance to celebrate in a mun- befitting the joyous occasion. IX SHERMANY Dcr Kaiser takes his And with steady tread, The farmers are getting aniioas to get "back to the land." Someone bought halt E. million dol- The Ontario government may in- 1 Rev. W. A. Thompson, pastor of the sist LU collecting hali of the mar- 1 American church In JeruRalera, who Walks up to the wicket riage license fee, which iEsuers now arrived in Toronto, says the British get his loaf of bread. receive. The Eee may be increased, j have soldiers in Egypt wait- Sidney George Clemens, aged 15, of IQS for the Turks. J Toronto, killed his brother J. D ALlerson ot has filed nerve were to declare Majoi-GcnornL 7, by stabbing him with a carv-'a writ in the Supreme Court against Sam a prisoner- of- war, du you sup- ling Jinife. tha Piedmont Petroleum 01! Co., Posc his cabinet- colleagues would If Kaiscu Bill with his inimitable lars' worth of benzine wagons for the show their is just what they have been waiting tor. Figures compiled by the Dominion inS thai their lands oe sold to satisfy _ government show ihat 2117 Germans a mechanics' lien i'iled in November, orth department, and now the Ausirians have been inrerned in; Monsignor Edward Patrick Roche, tor-general comes along and says be J Canada's deteorioB camps. jrector of the .Roman Catholic Caihed- Commissioner Graves of Calgary ral at St. Jchns, Nwfld., and admin- We have no fears that ihe Canadian hoys will not stand the test, and we will be proud of their achievements, (but casualty lists in-ill appear which, will bring- home to us the sids tie war on which we do not like is d However, we can draw some comfort out of the fact that we know the are fighting for the right, and honor and glory accompany inoue phrases now BO much In public print, "tilled in "wouaded In ac- CHAJMGIrtG THE MAP Jealous! Jealous because we chang- ed the map here in Lutibridge, that's whafsome people are._ The changing of the name of the Belly River rankles, in tie mmde of eren some broad- minded westerners and they wax sar- castic at our expense, aa witness the following letter written to the Ed- monton Journal by one who pokes fun, with an Ironical tinge, at us. must he extremely gratify- ing to old timers to' observe the rapid- refinement of our once "wild and woolly as exempli- fied In the recent action of tbe uro- gresaive city of The mere fact of the present hard times, and the difficulty of educating the Lethbridge children, let alone feeding them, may well hare caused the gwmt Lethiondge reformer, as he tightened his belt another hole, to re- Bent having a constant reminder o biE suffering flowing fry his doors. But why call a "riper" a U put aside'the suggestion of an ignor- ant friend that the patriotic intention was to d la guise the river for its bet ter protecUoii In case of a German raid. Kather would I believe thai there are higher heights .of refine ment, inaccessible to tbe less cultur- ed parts of Alberta, to account for this city having called Its river a bridge. But "bridge" irritatee lees advanced Albartana. For their Bakes, mar I use tie medium of your fnflu ectial paper to beg the Lethbridge nforjners to drop the "bridge" and 3etre the name Tbe -cultured Lethbrigger will at once gTMp (ho of a name borrowed from a classical mythology, a. name which will at one and (be came time re-mint1, (1) of bis own city, (2) tbat tbe old objeo, tlonable name fa buried In oblivion, and 13) thoBe infernal regions which JL must bb lae ardent desire of ovcrjr moument in Washington, D.C, heading for His article would Try a "Wolfe Toddy" ideal "nightcap" hot water, lemon, and sugar, and a wineglassful of Wolfe's Schnapps. cJolfe's Schnapps (HOLUtnOE Gill P f you will sleep like a and wakeupin themom- ing refreshed and free from aches in the joints and pains in the back. Wolfe's Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps Is unequalled as tonic and m its beneficial effect on :hf liver and kidneys. at oil ffattk 'Jc suppose a feller could :set the recall on Hizzoncr for sciiriug away the ifiners' Convention isirator of tlie Newfoundland diocese, was notified of his election to the archbishopric by Pope Benedict. fly tbe -t-Tiglia ler lian air machine, who in a press Interview confirms previous asser- tions that the German Zeppelins are useless In view of the im perfect ions brought out hy ilielr use af war mach- ines. Things that never happen The commissioners announce to relieve the financial strain will forego their 1915 salaries, r nr H The banks have arranged to advance on January thp' board' at four per- J13'iasi. Xeumann is eaid to have j. _, JT. r> lfessed Von BernstorfT declares that Geu- A meeting of the shareholders of' lvar- the Edmonton Portland Cement Co C0al announce a gcn- Ltd., is being held to determine in iva.S- whether or not that ei "j15 CaIIed ofi hl5 ul in which nianv hundredB of to, thc dofiS' westerners are interested sha'd go i The street cars are making a profi into voluntary liquidation. Ol _ 'The German Imperial government Commissioner Grace announces thai shortly lta eecond 5 the NorUl watcr towcr that they cent. loan. This is to ccnBist of one billion marks in treasury notes maturing at an avvor- leaaon, "Samuel, the Victorious Lead- er." Harry Chandler, manager of the Los Angeles Times and millionaire to be in use this year. If Chief Skclton could only get thi admiralty to allow a cargo of can ines to go forward to German saus- age factories, Lethbridge would never njiss 'em. plot to send a small army into Loiver Callfc-rnla In violation of the neutral- j.ity laws. 91 Charles Savary, a hydrographical I'eun-cvor of Ottawa, said at the trial of the case over the Jess of the Elm- press of Ireland, that American and British charts used in the inquiry were incorrect, and that the hull ol i the Empress was'a mile from the spot 1 ;bown on the chart. In order to assure the spring seed- ling, the War department of France has decided that horses retired from the army shall be sold only to the farmers. Each buyer is obliged lo present a certificate that he IB a fann- er and needa horses. The Duhe of Portland, who for 30 years one of thc leading fig- ures on the English turf, has caused to be cancelled all racing entries for the Epsom track, including the Derby for both 1915 and 1016, because of the refusal of the Epsom association to do i without tbe use of its cinbhouee for a George Hatch might take his i bylaw over to Germany for a try-out on thc famous flaschumls there. If it doesn't get some exercise soon, said bylaw will rust. Do you call it the Lethbridge River regularly 1 EitabUtned OTCF Forty Yewi. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA Statement of Affairs on 31st January, 1915. Condensed from Government Pefiorl. few days, i Hon. T. HcOarry, provincial LIABILITIES CipifftJ ptiJ up Ruerve Fund tod Undi- Nola in Circulation Due to AcccpUKd i 3.000.000.00 mi 770.161.34 DUE by Bank. Con. and other Bondi Gort. Dcpoiit [or Ulion Fund Oil ind ihon dile Leaiu RESOURCES 8.386.360.20 I.972.62S.2B 3.09I.543.M able LOBTIC DiKounlj Binlc Piembei (FreeUld) ActrptEnces per conlri Other Aueu 3 M26.ll 5.42 in his hudgct speech said that Ontario people are now faced with a 'war tax of one mill on the dollar on all the assessable land of the province. This Is expected to yield as the assessment of the province is estimated at A Paris report says that Trance has Jir.il taken' up the most delicate task imposed .upon her in the present war. This js a determination not only lo save the lives of babies of French wo- men outraged by German soldiers in districts occupied by the enemy, but to offer every possible help and pro- tection to the mothers The government is especmllj anxious to prevent not only the necessity for, but even the probability of criminal operations or some other -form ol In- lantlclae on thc part of thousand's wh In ilia few months must be- come molhera, an Invasion. result of the Ger- DRUGGISTS ASK RECONSIDERAT OF SOME TARIFF CHANGES (From Montreal Pharmaceutical Jour- Number) Two very important meetings have jnat taken place in Wholesale Drug Association of Can- ada and the Proprietary Trade Asso- ciation of Canada. These meetings were both held for tlie purpose of con- sidering the var taxes proposed, and very serious'iy affect both the manufacturers of medicines and per- 'umes and the trade of tlie distribu- wholesale druggists. A gen- eral meeting of the retail druggists ha's called and will tnke place this ivceli. A reconsideration hns been agked of the government, and a. depu- tation will present the views of the, trades interested at an early date. The objections to the ueiv measure, of taxation as voiced in ilinac meet- ings with ypanfmlty nro several In, number: The tax !i shown, .imouHlL'J to from J5 to -JO per cent, on the usual trnde se'illng prices, the tax being imposed on the price of sale at retail to the public represent- ed, on that basis calculation, from LO to 20 per cent; no other business or induslry was taxed to any Buo.h ex- tent, anil rnnny Important line would actually face ruin if the measure was persisted In by the government. Instead of yielding for the war a argc amount, tho prohibitory nature of Ihe lax 'would defeat the object eought and ruin prosperous and [cgltl- mate business enterprise In manufac- turing.' FOR SALE Store Fittings and Fixtures SEM1-KEADY CLOTHING OAHINETS. TOLEDO SCALES. SILENT SALESMEN CASES. BOWSER OIL TANK PUMP. TWO CASH REGISTERS. WRITE OR APPLY TO The British-Canadian Trust Co. Coiiybeai-c Block. LcthbridRii, Alberta. Insure the Correct Administration of your 11 You kiiO'.v better Mian the courts how vour csUile should be divided. Insure Hie correct division of your nroporty by making your Will lortay and liy us Ksociilor. Wo will carry out your wishes willi ihu utmost precision ut aimill cost lo tUo estate. Consult us or send far our Booklet ou The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETH BRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKlWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank of Conmerce Bldg., J. W. McNIcol Inspector MAKE YOUR WILL And Appoint The Royal Trust Go. Executor .Whether one's estate IB largo or smalL it IB an incumbent ciittr to make a WILL, and it can bo cJiangtwl as often as the circumstances require. The time to make a WILL ia .-when one Ifl in the- prjjus of health, and when the important duty can be performed with a clear brain and broad vision. HEAD OFFICE I MONTREAL G. H. Harnian, MANAGER BANK OF MONTREAL AGENT IN LETHR1DGE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes ITJPOHMATTOV A Lethbridge Branch --R. T. Brymner, Mgr. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED I860 Capital Paid Up Reserve Fundt SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may wiLh an miilBl rlcposil of One Dollar. Interest is creGited-linli" yearly. 'JOINT ACCOUNTS An account In the names of two members of B family will V.e found convenient. Either pcrsonlor the survivor) operate the account. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH J. M. AITKEIM, Man.g.r. Are Your Children learning Save Mpney Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account, in Jhe Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and tialning In how to expend money wisely. Such an education In thrift and saving prove Invaluable in Inter ilfs OF CANADA 3RASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING, rating Manigf G...R, TINNING, Manager ;