Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
16B FOUR t fl E LBT M B ttiDG B A rtt M BK A Ll) Ictbbi-ibgc,- Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ra\et; Dalljr, UeUvcieU. por week . Dall}-. delivered, per yoar .. Dftlly, by mall, por yinr .... HVeekly, by mail, per .v�'�r .. ... UK . . .^i.lHi j . . .$.-.00 ...$1 00 TELEPHONES j Business Office ............... 125: | Editorial Offico............... 1^221 i W, A. Buchanan John Tor.raneo i Mamiglng Director Uuslness .Mmiager \uur King aiul Country Need Yen Right Now with him, and n similar right to tnkfl iiwny what sull.s him by wuy of pay> meut. l8 wliHt distinguishes (".ri-nl �ri-toln PL-onomlcnlly from ovory other mitlon in the world. Tim only excel)-tion.v (o this jjcnpnil .stiilomenl arc n few customij duties imposed for purely rovetiuG purposes on sucli nrtlclwi of luxury as lobncco and alcoholii' Ijoverape.", For many years pasi it has lieen the right of every owner of a siiip. wherever l)Uill. to re.stistor if as Hilli.-;]) and sail it iinder tlie Uritlsli lias . In tills way Hrilain lias for years liot'ii eanilnp ininieiise profits iiom the world's oommeroe, and thus misiuj; lierseif to a position oi aliso- ! lute llnnncial pro-e'mineiue. The workini; motto-�tree trade and free -slilps'--has heei; lived up to and has produced economic results that were EA!BlG�tS!10 SOUR.ACID STOMACH. IHSINORGAS PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" 18 QUICK-EST, SUREST StOMACM RELIEF KNOWN-TRY ITl MONDAY, FEBUtJARY 28, 1916 RED CROS ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The great new orteuaive of tiie (.ler-nians in tlie vicinity of Yenlun still S0C8 on. The reports regardini; the Germnn cl.Tini of the cai>ture of one of the outlying forts of the Verdun series, are confiictlnj;. The Germans clalni conlidently tliat the fort of l>ouBmont has been taken, while the French offlclal statement indicates that the ground covered by this fort Is still held by \he Krencli. .Vowhero has the ^>encil line luok-�n, although it has been toned to retire some distance before the terrible ouslaught of the German hordes. Tha French are continually being reinforced and tlie indications are that they will be able to .vithstand successfully this latest great offensive of the Huns. French attacks were launched in tho Champagne district against the Germans, and the German lines penetrated to a consideralile distance. Dispatches from Amsterdam i>oint out that the British blockade is now I'omplelely effective. Berlin riots have again become prevalent, the latest being said to have a casualty list of UHi citizens. The Russians in their campaign against the Turks have captured the important Persian city of Kerman-shah. Tinu- it; I'npe's Oiapepsiu will dl-i gest anytliiiig .vou eat and overcome | a sour, gassy oi- oui^jf-nrdfr stotliaeh j aurely within live minutes. j If your meals don't 111 uouiforlubly, ' or what you oat lies like a lump of lead in your storancli, or If you have heartburn, that is a sign of Indigestion. . . tlel from your plv.uinucist a lifty- ... , , , , 1 c.nu case of I'ape's Diapepsin and not foreseen by the most prescient of..^^^^, , tho great free tradei-s of the earl\ j There will he no sour risings, no' forties-['eel. Cobdon, and the rest. I belching of uudige.'sted food mixed i Tliere are indications from time toi"'"' 'V'',*!- "� Sas,"'' ''eaft-! , ...... I burn, fullness or heavy feeliug in the time that a wave ot protectionist agi-! ^,^,,,^^.1, i,u,sen. debilitating bead j lation will set in as tlie result of the .wl!"?. dizziness or Inlpstlnat griping, i | war, and that the capitalists uitio This will all go.'and. Besides, there I start now manuinctnrin.^ enterprises :'V'; '^^ 1^" '"'Pt- i" the : | , s'omacii to poiti.'ti your breath with alter it is over will ask parliament for nauseous odors. protection" in tiie fonu of customs | I'ape's Diapepsin ,is a leriaiii eiiri: ] duties on competing imports. It is ! f"|' out-of-order stomachs, bBcause Hi not possible-just now to foretell .h.\^%^^^l '^ni^'V^'l^T \ immediate result of siicli a propa.gan- ! wasn't there, da. but it is not liitiicuil to foresee tile j Kelief in dve luiuules from ail|( ultimate effect its success would '>""'! .fnv"\'}n,\'"',o're' 1, an Great Britain's tinancial position |''"iVe^^^-Trgriil'ty-ceul cases contain among the nations. Free trade has i enough ''T^.Tpe's i")iapei>sin" to k-'cp i meant, and would continue to mean, abundance of raw materials at the BOWSERISM DUE FOR THE SCRAP HEAP British Columbia has spoken. The i fate of Bowserism was doomed on i Saturday when Hon. C. K. Tisdall i went down before .M. A. .MacDonald, who upheld the Liberal banner, with a majority in the thousands against lilm. Compared wilii Tisdall's defeat the narrow victory of Hon. Lome Camp- i bell, minister of mines, at Hossland,. where his majority was only nine; votes, is very poor satisfaction to \ Bowser who has held the reins in the i coast province since Richard .Mc-; Bride got out from under. The defeat of Tisdall, who was minister of public" works, is the handwriting on the wall in British Colum-1 bia. Sir Richard McBrlde saw it com- I ing. When he left the province the; Conseri'ative party lost its strongest | man. Disintegration stares it in the ] face. The Conservatives in Briiisli Columbia suffer from having been too long in power and from a series of blunders which has weakened its prestige amongst the mass of voters of the province. Heavy indebtedness has iieen saddled on the people with little returns to show for it. Agriculture has been neglected, while promises made by Hon. Lorne Campbell that lie �would do something tor tiie mining in. dustry, was all that elected him. British Columbia needs a new administration which will handle the re-Sfturces of the province In tlie inter-esets of the people, and if Premier Bowser, after Saturday's setback, goeg ahead with his avowed purpose of holding a^ general election during the summer, there is little doubt that the verdict will be in keeping with tlie voice of the people registered at Vancouver on Saturday. r)ICKED UP IN ASSINGlZZZIi FOR THE BUSY MAN the entire family free from stomach disorders and indigestion for many , ui'ni'.s. It belongs in your iiomo.- lowest competitive cost, and the high-j ei tisemcnt. est obtainable price for linishe.d pro- - ducts. This advantage, coupleil with ! freedom of navigation, lias secured ] for Great Britain practically half of the whole carrying trade of the world, with its enormous profits. Hut for free trade and free ships she would not have been able to finance the present war. and if she abandons either lialf of her policy, not to say both halves, she will not be able to finance so successfully the ne.xt one when it comes along. At the present time tiie only nation at all in a position to compete with Great Britain for the tinancial preeminence of tlie world is the I'nitcd States, and fortunately for lier. the latter country has few ships and is still hugging her tinancial fetters. The war is likely to make the United States more intensely protectionist; it will be a blessing to Great Britain if it makes her more intensely devoted to freedom of trade. To help along such a worthy cause as the good work of the Red Cross Society we are gladly giving 10 per cent, of the total sales tomorrow, February 29th. OUR OFFER For Tuesday only we are giving a SPECIAL ^ DISCOUNT on all Ladies' and Gents', Suits and Coats. This includes all our new Spring 1 A percent. Advance Fashion Showing * ^ OFF � The Kilties are on the home stretch now. Help them along.. "Thu .\lacUonaIds are coming " is the war cry Bowser doesn't like to hear. Von Bernsiorff lias just about worn out Ills welcome in Cncie pend the tenfold ta.v on absentet^ Bel-Sam's land. He is liable to lie shown accordingno a Havre dispatch the door any day. Irma McNaughtoii, a,i;ed ItJ, died at Windsor from injuries due to being struck by an auto. | Ambasador von Beinstorff of Washington drives his own gasoline roadster, made in .A.pierica, and drives it like the wind. Fire broke out at a little after 3 a.m. in the British steamer .Vrracan, in St. .lolin harbor, just as she was ready to sail. The tirst statue raised in London in mj?mory of a woman, other than ro.v-aity was tliat of .Miss Florence -NMght-iugalo. unveiled last year. Saskatciiewan has liiiT.OUO lioises, :;s.'i,000 cows, ,")7;!,onii othev cattle; l!i2,OOU sheep, 329.00U swine, and over .�.,OOU,(>Oi) pouitr.v. ^ At Orangeville assizes J._ .1. -Mc-ICiuney, formerly K Toronto policeman, was awarded $L'r. damages against Win. Dodds. a farmer, for as.sault. - jfacturing spirits ft"om potatoes, as General von Bissing, military-gover-� now done in sonic Kuropean coiiu-nor of Belgiuiu. has decided to sus-itiies. Facts Worth Knowing From one just returned from the manufacturing centers Canada and United Stktes, its not going to be a pay more same goods in future. It's a question of not getting the goods at any price. So make your early selection and help a worthy cause as well as your own saving of 10 per cent. of for Southard Block William .-Vrcher was fined $2.50 and costs, with the alternative of five months in jail, in Uid. police court, Calgary, for purchaslnk^ liquor for aool-dier after hours during.the time when the bars were fo.u^ ,of "bounds." � The Sasltatoon bOSfd of trade be-lieves the steadily increasiiig cost of Rejoicing in B.C. Over Elections Cranbrook, B. C, Feb. :;s. I overwhelming majority accorded -Mr. 1 gasoline can lie conibated by raan.u-j-M. A. .Maodonald in the !jye-election j iu Vancouver Saturday was received the Vancouver fight. "Defeat .Mac-donald at all costs" was the slogan, but despite the fact that tho macliine was working in oil and ruining smoothly, M. A. .Macdonald, Liberal standard bearer, emerges from the 'l-lig 1 conflict a mlahty man wltii a niightv 'raajorily. ' At Fornie per, but many practical uses fo." old paper Imve been discovered. to the Matin. iu Cranbrook witli entiuisiasra by the local Liberals. Mr. .Macdonald contested the Cranbrook seat in J9II, when he on en Paris or bust! Calais or bust.' Verdun or bust: Kaiser Bill must be getting disappointed. ^ After having occupied a seal in the ; .Manitoba legislature for 10 years, j fares to tiie office of tiio .\ime Bernard (Ibervillei, delivered later, ills maiden speecli in the house this i _ session. rather Persons boarding street cars In St. Paul and Minneapolis without theirs,, ,, , , , , fares are always carried free and giv-i ''''' removal to the coast he has ivelopes in which they ixiail their I."^"''^ �"'""'^al arena, be- p,,, j^,.. ing tlie unanimous clioice to contest jthe city of V'ancouver against the 'Hon. C. K. Tisdall, cabinet minister With the exception of a pearl neck-I lace, the only piece of Jewelry worn THE NEAL WAY Ovei-comes Cause and EffecLs of Using DRINK OR DRUGS in a few days ul the .NEAL LNSTI-TUTK,'' 820 Thirteenth avenue west, Calgary. Call, write or phone W-tJim for information. �0 Neal Institutes in Principal Cities. -A. purse of gold and a gold. wiist watch were presented Hev. K. .McNa-mara of Ail Saints Church, Colling-wood, on his departure to join the gems. . " ' ' _ Lord Lonsdale of Kngland expects i t-'dR'ard Stsdinau, sen., a Hrantiord to attend the Willard-.Moran fight on Instantly killed by his March 2,-. in New York. Tlie well- ""^.'S"' ''^'"K overcome by known patron of boxing in England has engaged a ringside box. a fainting spell, and having his head caught between tlie elevator and the I floor above. At lite scrutiny into tho local op-1 _ lion vote in Wallaceburg, evidence ^ 'I'l'e arrival of Corp. German at showed tiiat practically every livery I''i'"- *t recruiting office of the outfit in the town was hired by tbep'"t'i Battalion, at Windsor, scared Fernie, Fob. 27.-Liberals of Ferule are wearing broad smiles that will not coiue off owing to the rosy tint in th(! western political sky. Tlie defeat of Hon. .Mr. Tlsdalu in Vancouver lost by a small majority, j by .M. A. Macdonald, the Liberal candidate, while not unexjiected as to results, Is really a surprise as to size of tlio opposition vote. Hon. l.orno A. Campbell came under the wire iu Hossland a very close winner, by tho slender margin of nine votes, K Socialist make-believe got away with 29 votes or Campbell's defeat would have been certain. in the new Bowser government. The election of Mr. Macdonald witii the huge inajorllyof 4S00 is considered the downfall of the Bowser government. Local Conservatives openly admit it means the defeat of the gov. ernmant when the general election takes place. Thousands of dollars, to. gether with tho best material in th� new government, were thrown into The war commit tee on German paper supplies appeals to the people no longer to destroy their accumulated paper waste, liut to save it until it is called tor. There is no dearth of pu- THE VALUE OF TROTH Truth ill bij.sincss h just as ini'portant as truth in every-day life; truth creates touikleiice, establishes good-will and huiiils a reliability that will not be wiecked by the .storms of competition. 'riirough three generations people have learned to place reliance on the advertised words of Scott's Emulsion, because they are untarnished, unexf aggeratcd truisms about a household remedy of real and actual worth. The popularity of Scott's Emulsion is increasing as intelligence advances, because in the.se days of adulterations it continues to guarantee pure cod liver oil medicinally perfected with glycerine and tiypophosphilea to build strength, improve the blood and strengthen the lunga. '.t is free from harmful drugs-a whole-ome food-tonic, trutlifuUy adverlUed, Scott & Dowiic, Toronto, Ont. I2*4t liquor men a month in advance. GREAT BRITAIN AND PROTECTION The Manchester Board oi Trade the other daj7 indicated that free trade \yas In its bad books. R. J.'Hut'chings of the' Great West Saddler}' Co., returned to Calgary from the Old Country the other day and told the press that free trade In 13nglaud after the war would be doomed, that protection would lake Its place. And now proieclionlBt journals all over Canada are sayiug: "A\'e ttdd yoiu 80." Better wait and see. It is just pos-Klblo that England may raise a barrier against German goods. Public 9Plnion. will possibly demand that as Itunlshment and protection aplnst the Huns. But that Great Britain will levy toll against goods off pther nations brought to her shores.we very niudi tloubl, Dlpcusslng t!ie subject ' tlpa Toronto Globe says that:- The ngUt of everyone everywhere to enter a British port witliout paying toll,9u tUv merchanaisf h^, Vfintja Y liy Bu.yiiijj; .v'(.'s lie.st Xotc I'aiier. rt Freiicli (ii'(!\'. 'O'. .siile.price .$1.2o Big saving fjii (itiier lines. .Spceial Dist-oiuit on Sales lor the Ketl Ci'i^ss Society. PHONE 1266 Eo0kStore NEXT UETHBBIDGE HOTEL I away an unknown who had broken jopen the back door. Lieut. .Vloore j j fired three shots after iiim. I ! � ( i j A new Style of chair proposed for' j tlife new Commons Cliambor was shown in the room of the Minister of \ Public Works at tho temporary buildings. 11 is leather-seated and backed, ,iius arms, and is very comfortable, I - I I'resident H. S. Sliaw, in reviewing jthe work of tlie Seventh-Day Adveiil-lisls at the convention, which is being [held at Calgary, staled that at the or- ^ gcnlzation of the Western Canada LTn- j ion conference in 1908 tliere was a ; memberahlp of 777, while It now totalled 2,:�S. Norman G. Leslie, wlio fur the last IT years has heon in charge ot the Imperial bank in Winnipeg, died at his home. He was stricken with paralysis while engaged In conversation with Sir Douglas (Cameron and a few Other friends at tho Manitoba club, and survived the attack tor little less than IS hour.s. Flight Lieut. Slratham ince of tho Urillsii navy, bus been'granted the D. S. 0., for liis services as observer and gunner on Dec. 14, when, witli Lieut. Graliam lie attacked and destroyed a German seaplane off tho Uelslan coast, IncB liclongH to Toronto. He .was among tho first students graduated from tho Curtis flying school at Long Branch, Toronto. "From a purely physlologicHl standpoint cannibalism would be tlie best way to provide tho bumun body with proteins," said Dr. 11, C. Bradley before the class in liealih and disease at tho Madison, Wis., unlverally,. "Human flesh chemically is the Ideal food, bocauHc iiH constituents are such that the digesting syslom would not have to break down tlio olements In proportion with other proteins before tissue structure eo.iild bo tJtartod. CROSS CA By l�iiyin goods you I'an alTord Iroin our loetil niei'diants who are so kindly doinUing a |)ei'eeiitii,u'e of their sales to the Red Cross I'liiids ou 'i'uesday, February 2Dlii. .'They deserve (;pdo a big day'.s business. Let lis lev and make il; a record!