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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mmmm t H B L K T H B It ID G E ^ A A> JT R B R A LD teifiSiiinB^^ ............................ ; ,i , > Tlfe|Jlt8PAY> JANUARY 14, rtlS ft >;Xet|3bri&oe,rai�erta-. ^ DiMl.Y AND WEEKLY \i . � SUBSCRIPTION .RATE% Dallr. delivered, per y�ar..... IWJy. b# 'toalV- tmt yoar....:^ >Se�eiar. by malt, p�r rear... s i.oa TELEPHONES SOBtness Ofllce Editorial o'ffloe .s....-....."2* � W. A. Biicnaftan.^ ,.*oh|iiTopranc�; �anaglag Director JBtM[lnefl�M�na�e�.  THE WAR SITWjStJoN ToWy/ In keeping \vltli the*tactics dlSpl^ig'-; ed througliout the campRlgn thiiv^-�emy has ceased his attacks at/'wi^^ 3H>{iit to deliver them at aaother.'to' return again-tto thi abandoned oftenj sire after th� (Jiversion has been created. Operationsi^-aicconllngly, agalaatr the Allies la West Flanders may'be taken to be temporarily -postptHieA, and the new objectives of the enemy are the entPen na in >Asiatio Turicey to ward ok,^'U possible, the Russlaa advanoe ^'ns ^i9a Constantinople. The tlikin'g; of this city by the >Russla� forces, supported by tJie British navy, may be Boon an accomplished fact. . ' In Poland apparently no Telopments have taken place. ^'e "ebti^V io^W AS the Oermanis'd!^ at Scarboroueh, and the re&aoft they do not do so Is because they are not tJertoahs. Qeimw reservists in t^e tf. S. thrteten -to invade Canada, according to'the rujnor Jaotor>'. If they persist in their inlontion General Hoishes promises to provide a fine reception com-raftttfe; The school board made a start on Tuesday night. But it was only a, start. - Probably by a series of successive atarts they will accomplish something In the way of economy. Just figure in> what the city council has doneiiin lhat.direction sin'Ce thb middle, of 1913. If the old council had used the axe to such gd effect at that'tjme jjeoplc would not have bo-llevefl 'thelp eyes.- The school board hbs a grai^d opportunity. the moit heikttihfyi t^t oIk; tainabtej sad ttis vsiy beat fetxmulant for (ifehena use.. As a plck-mKiiit ietde tivoWoif*^ sehtaapjpalaijdfraya cpportunat mrdaliif tha moat beneficial allilit ttpBB tiM Uv*r, Iddneys and otlMt otrgantk new-^ de-. THE LIBfRAL CONVENTION And now Mr. Coste is holding, out inducements to Edmonton so that the capital cltymay receive the favor of his wonderful .beneficence in operating gas supplies for tlie benefit of the people. Edmonton has found its own gas supply, and can very well operate it-., has not the money nojv.our advice, ba^ on experience, is to wait till'the-money is nvailable, but under no-cirouBiBtances relinquish the right to opferkte.tthe supply as a municipal utiUty. RUSSIAN?' TOWNS'. At40 OTHERS That the principles tor which Lllh. VerailBiu stands not only aurvlve,'1^ ugather Btreagth under ^uty defeat,' :*'a8 shown by the two political meet* iinga reoently. held in the city. The fbeliet, justified^ ItseU .in the spl^dl^ i'lgathpring' at the' primartes on llohr sday,- and merged into convincing taeti j'^'^ : 1^ the lafg^v compact and enthttsiastlk. assatfbly which met at the K. of.'3^ h^ yesterday for the nomination oft il ^�^^M?Btandard bearer for the coming elec^ ton. . '. . ^ 1;, The apok�ai^^ foi: dfiTegatoif . present expressed their unshaken ct^-^ fidence in the policies for which the #k#f; Liberal party stands, and stamped their unswerving allegiance .to tl^u i>y the unanimous nomination ^f|jQi'e Bitting menkber who locaUy represpMS them. Fi�e 'meh of' the free iand ^f^cii^l (WTest, they resplved to light dnise' more under the banner of free tnitle i'a in agricultural vprodncta -with theU ;: neighbors to the sonUt^ The exper-;ience of a partial adjustment In' the V tariff had made their conviction dbibj vly sure that a .faU, free, and unti^ilmfl melled trade in, what the west pfo| duced was vittdly^ essential;, to.t,almost'on^^e threshoiiirof'the'of^^p .-of the-conrentioa;,oame--the'.'d|8pa^ fromr^on'freal thai' a";in} the tflipplioation, rt)^ * seamen'for inannin^ the "itainbow iUfd Nlobe"'lately riommlBslonld''-. had Slj. ' ready. _,^vMLUV/^i*P:*�''>'?'*^^^ I that ihej'po.mjniont-could-not .^s^pp^y. ' the dreWS'-ite* hgfiBhijjB;' ^--v.!: � The'^'aus'picis- we^" mosr'fayorfitolei / and ih'6:,'cpnv�nttkMBA�6ADOB CHOATE � FQttaeirUS, AmbaBsador.tA Great [Brttaln in ajdare^sing/the-New Tork QBli^6BtQftltand'BiOBtai>l>JpM twilety ^^efitl}^ "Eifigland- ifl" d6tettninr 6&'never tflt-.fluhmit,or ileld. .She.neV-eivViJl make."pfeace until .th^'evll of muSxiBia. "has njeen. vsovanquished, tjjat: itVvfUl � JttftvSr tr6nble ,lh6 .earth PUlBi rtriuurphal'ittaixst m}^.,rwlttf'victory fordcasted wJien'die''lW" ^ f^>^jBue h"^^ tp be fought .flie.tbte-*Brttlsh AdiriiJaUyjhii^ &� ^.VTU.^.i*y^tradf*4r:30;su^^ ?Tpplnfed oiit one contTJasi j^^^wont home when lie ^i^i? �r|tlsh and: French ,.^oknotvigo.: upt and dpwn Aub' ^^tejl^cowt pourlnglihotl^  LT. 0itivil*g6.,0t:8WppiiiS miic-'ed Carloads ot fiouc- kbA .teed (in sack), and.baled lA^.-.a&d "Straw -fttr (;atload rates. Eugene Qom, of Calsary, ha� ottered to complete the; development ot the Viking goi BeWa fQr ,'the City bt Edmonton drilling loUr. wells, to a J depth of i5.Qp^-feet..each, ..aindpipine ihe gas td %e city limits; tb�re to be taken by the city. tor-,;J3,000,000. The offer was tabled.  Major Gehetal Hughes has announced the appointment 6f an fexamlnlne board to visit every cc(rp$ ihcludfld m the second contisgen;t.,.to make a thor^ ough examindtion of the olficers, mett, cqulpjnent ^4 . suppliea. The board will'.' CoL"iti>tin UugheB, oi Plarke, Ont.;',Lleut. Pol." Mewbum, of Hamilton, 'and probably X>ielit. Col. duo. Murphy ot Ottawji*". . The Calgary oommiSsiciiers have authorized., .the : neoesBaty i -ejcpendl-tures to enabfe the gas' committee, recently appointed by- the-city council, to establish an e�petlnwntal station at the'power statloit, where the natural gas supplied theicity, will he thorouKhly tested out aq (to its valhe as a fuel ih compartsoti ^Itfa coal, and ui various akpliances, vValuable data will be secured in this way; The report, ot the Manitoba endeat I auditors Will be-appointed to audit i tlie'clty's. boots.  - �; r ! L. Hudyard: Kipling is t.o ivtite new i !/ti'ar soBga tor; the British troops, to i,he.Bp,t to.loW-Bhglish ralrs. This announcement was ma'de by Sir Chatlea St'an/ord, -the tfoted. composer, at a meeting-held .-yejjtorday to * dlfiOUSB means! of providltig recMation tor Kitcliener's new "drmy. sfailJord said lie loolfed Jor something hotter than Tipperary for.menito".sing;, though he admitted (hat w^s a flhe'ttir in it-! self.  : _ ~  / I Mr. Archibald Slurroek to'tmerlydis-! tWct master �mechaiilBl^t Oranbrook,' B, C;, has been appoihledmf^ter hie-ehanlc of the. Alberta'divlBiOft of the Xi.vM,,- wItH hcfuiiiUftrters'-'at Calgary, iit place of Mr, Gf'or�fc'V.'h)(cIey, Whoi was-nrc6cirtly--ttfftretetred' to ; Montreal,' tc take over t'he 'position ! �i 0f,'nB8)�la,ntfiupetintBnrtent of motive! 1! power tor e^aterii lines'.. Mr.' L. J. i � i-'islf�r, of Brandon,- will replace Mr. Stiirrock as'dlstricfrtaster mechanic at Cfanbrobr.' '^ ' .V..V- P{irdee.i..'.^�i:. BelhnS, M.P.. tor- i ' ^,;t48inh^ri^^ot .the/tautlet. cabinet, i Ihaa,� bEfih.serplag with'. Ute Brit- i -TJil-ix^ t -jf'Belgium I .Sxmftrming I wounded by 1 a Crcriiian shell in the siege of >nt-| wcrp. Dr. Bcland sayshe was wound-i ed in three placesi that two oi the wounds H'ere T�fy slight,-hut-that the third wound Will leave p soar Jot lite. He has rccovercd/but is ppw apparently-a prlspfler ' 0�Mrlptle9 tl^^lMhvenlent^ Polatd Plimt^ InetHimtiklb^Mat Any5F�rm�^ |'; ^ M�y!lflltke Hlmtalf � o  " The accottk(Ul^-hbl^Smde:)^t^ilroi%'t-%^at-latMets, when plthtlng potatoes, will iind very cotty�a(eftt. The following descrlntiott jsiviw.pai'ticuiars, showing hojr iJM� ptttCtt tday bo. made and o^ the mftlhVfnhM it SHt. 6 ia.,^ by", 3 ft., aind hardwood'^l^UiikB' a in. thiblc by 10 th. wid^, bolted tOr' W iih� 'potatoeii. � Ihe -IspoutBy.'inro Tplkced 3 ft. ai)a�� tioA Ihe whe*ls *re,| centered 18 ini-troai;.ihomj so ,itboti ,ttie; one wheel Comes back intoi s its bwh mark, thus mttkiiig all thtr torn, the same diStanM apart. Should �lt be : desired to have the xo^n. closer, together, tlie rtiachUr can. he?aft*de 'on,! thd same principle- to :auit ady dis-tih6B.\v,-,- I^tthfc wta*ls aWthfe kind uscd^bh the Wlkshl^cd:; \valklfi^ 6Uiyvatbl!S, i With Ibv^rs tbt 'tai8liiK->Bnd 'Hiwetiug. MuMl and close to^ihet, so that they can bo moved up or down any de- �5'*:>, mm Bov'ril hafiii al-ivap Aas iten "BrkiihC} 'BoVfil took its origin in Canada ; it is blended and bottled in Canadaj and employs ithdusands of Canadian wbrk-people. AUi?the#i^ectolrs are British) and, unlike some otKcr-bcw prepara-tibtiS, it owns ntt cattle on enemy territory. Bovril is the mighty British jbody^^iiilder. It _ is the only food which has� been proved by in- depehdent scientific expcrimentsf to', possess ' bpdy^building powers o� from lo.tb.aO; tira|i the amount taken. v  I It-must^ie* tNT,>rMpL'B eONVENliN^, Kcther at tAe corners. ThA-tpots.are made ot heavy gas pipe. It in: long and 3i in. in dittmeter,-tapered at the paint like n, cultivator tpQthi"*w) that they will not dtag the. sod or manure. The upper end of theitooth has a.'thread on It aiid is screwed &i-to a piece of hardwood sauttVih* in. by-6 in;; and-38 in. long, iboltea firmly to the frame. The balance of the spout attached to the hopper', is made of hcAvy Siinc and Is .tifWer-�t the top tor convenience in-drt^ping �>|rATO ��LAN1;BR iii�d'i|i5e of light steel spring, "^hicb^i^&tiib jinDtse so that the hove know wheii!!to'drop the sets into the ile'^ts^^tlletSlSh^""^^^ SiyliffiS';p^\^^^^ cJJ^ bemused by elevating the tranie w .^^^,^,,ppl^g ^.^^ p^j^j^^a^ �TiL ^wi., d^Aiiis V- �A .fhftfV As 4o: elected as chairman, of" the hoard for 1015. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas R.Leavitt wer� invited guests at the ward rei-unlon on Friday. They are remaining in G-Ienwopd for a few-'d'aya visitdnl -With friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Leavitt, also from Lea-vltt, are in Olenwodd {oi..'a few �days. , .... The drama "Hick'ry'Farm!': which was to have been presented on- DeO; 28, 1914, was postponed on account of the sad death of MrV. L.L. Brown on that day. It has -^beeu announced now as ready for presentation on Jan, leth. ~ ; Mr. R. Savage received a. lettet from his son Eddie, jdated, Dec. 11, I8l4. He is at the Iront in- the Eng. lieh Army, fighting somewhere , 'fn France. His many friends � Vill h* glad to know that he-is -Btlll.alive and well. \ �V Jt^ Mi Layton htts^bis.houpf! plastered now and IS living m-his new hcate and who,-j,o tlJ9tcohv:entlon'atf LethhWdic on Y. L. for i the 13tb. Mr a'nd JWrs. A, J.-Burn-side of Clatesholm, sp^ht the: .weekend visititfg'ffjehfls here, '^.ii^'^^^-.y. M, L.vGordon .returned today;!-tribm" his holidays, and . will ^ again ; tike charge of the B&nk^of:Commerceber;^'.i It isvEumortid. that ,thjB>Warher hdc- iVafter, JTan. 12;; - ThjP-iO|�n air skating rjnk which has given - great j |fe, team is-to loumeVto'Mllk Rifer 50 and 75 skaters ot both seiep arid i ^- ' v., " in all sorts and conditions .of dxesseg and constumes made sport tea: nearly two hundrisd delightM ' spectaitairB. spectgtorSi Prizes were awarded tor costumes and characters, and after-wardB the crowd was treated to^Aol^e racing, and fancy skfit^nig. The Tink HARRV- MIEBACH  .'WJVSlFlflB �TALLl9>f Ma^tH. AKa, 'ian,' 13.-^11,^' ,W, BradBbaw reports'-another.Bal0vof^�a "PinH." Btalllon. 'Manager Mlebach of the Lethbrldge Hotel' is 4he puiv committee expect to hold,another car-1 chaser. Jeanette, who "was bought by nival shortly provldef/ the (shlnijiok Ml-/ Hannum, fiftd^^^^^^ prevent. -. � � ' * Mn^theBe oolumng as alred'by tho ta- dcBS 4� Accounts may be opened^and-opcrat.jd'liy mSft. Accounts may bo opened in the names of tWo 6^ more pefM^a, with* wade by any one of them or by> tlii (jafvjvoK \4> m c ;