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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ,�m............ .T|i>5e:l?eralb: 1 � DAILY AND WtlKLY 4�eillPTION NATM " r BsU. put yw...... - :At!:judgmeiit, of tbe St rtoiilC 6i�i^;. T^^ with something like sd�aaBt� powera ot Iragviage to �aBw�r,'th> questioB, whteh we hope aomabodr will BBk Mr. Sunday, as to what should b6aaia Ot the "Kultur-d" Kentleroen in Surope who hroughfou this war. > TBLEPHONia 'BniBeaa Office .......... aailtorial offlee ......... I vw. A. Duenanan *o�i�t Torranee ManakinK Director �24 Bualneai Hanacar :.^THE WAR SITUATION.TODAY ; jCbanKes ot very little signlticonce iare taken place In the battle fronts, ^^e AlUek;, centre at tiSoissons has Withdrawn from^ the north to the duUi tasoa: 6t the >Ufne, giving the �nemy a temporary adrantage, but iiot considered ot mttch military moment This Calling bade has been due to the inundation of the river, making thre temporaiy bridges erected by the Alliea unsafe for maintaining communications with' the south bank. 'lii Pidand the Hussian march iiiroui^ the passes of the Carpathians has evideatlr aroused all the energy pt the GennabB to prarent U poseible, ULe occupation of i'ransylvania which Would: mean to mneh in determining the attitude of Roumania with regard to th� war. I>Dr thia purpMa large tirces an heing sent to aid the AUt-ItfaBB, ud this may;(KplAlii the �obi-^ Vtratlve state of Inaction of the en-k&qr in the neigblboThood of Wanaw. �laarlr and aaphatically emphaf vtiie^ iapoi^^ of laiser mar., :4ntB and thb removal et'Uritt burdeta lii^oft^t aeceeaittes 'demanded^by the,! ^^wiftotani' tamer, U he .ia to .be.^.i�te]>er-: loss aadlhappy in his agricidtnral' piu ^iaiiatfnm'.Q^^ ]8;tn;eaineBt. and'Ja^; Hon. Geo. Lawrence, minister ol agriculture for Afanitoba, has made some comme,nt8 on the livestock situation that every farmer should heed. He sara: "Now wha,t Is the (present outlook in regard to'lire stock? According to reports of the ministers ot agriculture for SatkatUiewan and Alberta there will bo fifty: per cent, reduction this year in the'number of hogs In each province. Tills has been brought about by the searr-otce Uv^i^ual^opinloiu^ ;a)!Veatera people. .'�jf_/ '/ ^H'j^e Kaeleod; litbenils hsVe-rteaoh M the cuttleman whom they ific ^Btfflh good SMM Itt elMtiac in IIU. ; t ilke deCMtM amdidate for mayor: :iMAlft*ide had an' VphiUi � fjiChlitvoTr Police Berry of\Regina haa PBBlgtfed.-- / ^ -i^^AiiiCSBetira elected .mayor jot^Ciaibrbok -by acclamation. ' t T^Z-TtT^thT^^^* *�e be�n Slven the prlvU- ^to be VToai ot the fact;that theyj-wUi: ^^^^ ol*eooiiffiig members of the-Manl- .acain have aa thelrAvtaadard '----�-------- 'nch ^a tme and tried pntiQe^' tfrba^OralA .Orowers. A.'C.'Headers has been re-elected rprestdent ot the Manitoba Grain Orowora. ^ 'Hbn^ C. J, Doherty, minister of Justice; Dr. MoBaehren, and Andrew Allen; all of Montreal, have been gazetted aa honorary colonels. Sc^mea, formerly of Wllkle, Sakk.;':haB rbeen appointed manager of the .Ilosth�n,Sask., branch of the Imperial.Bank of Canada. :lt la-anticipated that either Cecil Harmaworth or Arthur Sheerwell will aucceed Bills Orlffith as under-secre-Ury.ot the laritish Home Office. rot. F. J; Hartley haa preached his faraweR sermon In Knox church. Castor, Alta'., and haa taken up mlnlater-lal dntleB .at Canmore. A naw:Xattdon .(England) evening paper Is promised tor early spring, It trUl balaauad from the office of the Didlir Chcohlele. -The Toronto Bricklayera' onion decided that '^ao brick made outalde of Canada would be laid by Canadian un ion men tbla rear.' fifty thonaand dollara damage waa done .by fire to the stores in the Brown block, comer ot Main atteet �ad Pacific B,?enue, Winnipeg. George K.-Armour,, formerly proprietor of the Medicine Hat Times and Charles Hall, formerly of that city, are now engaged in the real estate business la MinneapcAls. Riciiard Harpole, a Welsh-Canadian Of Vancouver, faas sent, at his tfwn expense, 20 tully-equlpped recruits for "il^ivBottniaaft thrastena to nm u an in-.' vdependent candidate: .in 4 Terrebone. . s|)Ulbera]a:: and GonaervatiTes should :lluilte'oii-a- candidate who will. gUf 'y'i�lm'.m:"KOOd.:ivallDpiiig.. P ICKED UP IN ASSING roit .T^HB BUSr MAN t'v:' Pat Burns saya-.he reeigned as re-^vitiouiit commissioner for bnalnesa rMr; ;i^ns. That may tie-the tidleat wair > bt';pnttu� it tat there imuo doubt ; Ithat the tnnre'raised by the ina�hla�: .vibonaervatlvea over hia appointmeat ^ ~iSmim�� he vaa a UbSral la the real >v'-Aiij^y..-ljirnilr patitoU to be uaing 'UWte'patronage In war organization. .J ji The movement Ifi the United Btatea >j to proMblt the export of war material )';^�a8:!no idiaiiee ot buccess. it is noth-P'^fng^bntik cheeky attempt by the pro-^iobenakiiB �to'Injnre^^t AlUes. Ge/-|?^i^i^ia^W:'tr^'si''^reat Brlt^ .to k||jki7')^.war.''.uaterlala la: the United '�svBiatwi. TPhat a&e cannot get these �fJitfaferislsi'oVerthie *ea to Germany la a^^ vlr- ^tpe.ofltheir conimand^f the sea. have ' it to profit by, rightly argues the "'"':5me'-PreBs;- r^|Wik�a anttered'^y Uie Canadian ,;''foi�ei;ioi|:SaUai>ury p too eer- . Jtaw tojM(!�l|AW6(l''to pan without in k^i^itviOaMf^'^^^'^'^^ there have been ^^.^r^;y.^,^jl)^^aaglau^ Winnipeg Free M'- 't'Brm -n^Jtkly. Bsya that "Saltsbur}: j.>* *f Aa matters are rx progressUiK. the^^atadian troops wil} ' ^ soon experience' )! "^ib^ morUlity of >: tb^ trenches wlth'.'afini^ ot thb cohif fepensatlng aatlBfaction ::ot duty done '-;:,r\t^d'^eryice Tonderp4i%-� Hpv. -BUly" Sunday, jthe revivaUstf ^'jV/irlia is.hpw addrwn(a||.ye�r': Always .something doing up Edmonton way. What would Edmonton do without a police scandal? ' Answer: U wouldn't. . Aa TheyAre In Boston - Soston^-Mn^B,-Mayor Cnrley's lat est order, promulgated today, is that "limbs" means "legs from the ankle up." Barefoot dancing may be permitted, but the Mayor prohibits bare "limbs" dancing. THE KAISER'S DESPAIR Reallaing That the End Is Makea His Will Near, alRASSV LAKE .BRANCH LETHBRIDSe BRANCH.  A. B. KINO, /cttng Manager G. R. TlKlNlNG.. Manager 5: J THE CAItfADIAN^^^I^JK OF COMMERCE sKBnnniD D.CX,. FmiMt... r AinANDER lAIRO. G-ariU Man-tr .tOHN AOID. Aw't Goaial Mawaa* V. C BBOWK. BapeHsteadmt of CMtral Wutani BijancliM CAnTAL, SISjDOOlOOd RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 BANKING BY MAII; Accounts may be opened>t every branch of The Canstfiian Bank of Commerce to be open^ted by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. MonQr may be deposited or withdrawn-in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank, i wa4 Lethbridge Branch-R. T. Brymner, Mgr. THEROYALBANKOFCANADA ; iNCONPORATEB 1880 CapitalPiidUp - - $11,560,000 RMerveFtmds - > 13,575.000 SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Ac^unts ^gi^e^r"^ One Dollar. latetcst is credited half yearly. JOINT ACCOUNTS An account in the namea of two JWII^I ftUVVyWi^iq of a family wiU be found ~ eoBTenieat. Bither peraou(or the anrviror) may operate the. account. LCTHBRID^C shanch : J. M. AtTKEN, ManaMr. the conservation comminioa, which refers to the great areas of marsh land in different parts of the country where the farms could'be cultivated. The London Chronicle 'Says that Fred Winter, author of the'words of the well-known song "the Roaary," died on Monday. He had been a patient in the Royal Hospital for Incur-: ables, Putney Heath, for nearty ten years. . � � � � i George J. ConnolTiy has resigned the positions of superintendent of the separate schools and secretary-treasurer, of tbe board of trustees of Calgary. He w'Jl be succeeded by Rev. Dr. A. B. McDonald of the.parish of St.;Mary's Cathedral. Private Griggs, of the Royal Highlanders, has se^en brothers serving the .Empire. Three are fighting In F/anca, one is a prisoner of war In Germany, one Is in the Nortt^ Sea wltji the � fleet, aad the others are the homehattallons. They ore sons ot a working man living at price which F. Crandlill; a^Oleichen farmer, recently received for a car containing 1600 bushels of > his last year's -crop. ThiB;was "the net price and the car brougat $1800,: TSe grain was grown on irrigated land and 'was rated No. 1 Northern. A suggestion with regard to the "Wheat shortage In England is made that the Canadian: government should prohibit the exportation of:wheat to any country, except arqat. Britain or the Aliles, and that the whole of Canada's surplus should he purchased (From Our Special Correapondent Berlin) It Is rumored in Germany that the Emperor now renllBes that his number is up, and Is accordingly makmg his will revoking all wills made heretofore. The will is said to read as fellows: "This Is the last Will and Testament of me, Wllhelm, the Buper-Bwanker and ruler ot the sausage-eaters, recognizing that I am fairly up against it, and expecting to- meet with a violent death at any minute .fat the hands of brave Johnny Bull, hereby make my iast "Will and Testament. = , . I -appoint the Emperor of Austria to be my sole executor (by kind permission ot the Allies). "1. I give, and bequeath to France the territories pf AlBace and Lorraine (as this I la only a case of'returning Stolen property, I don't deserve, any credit for it, and am not likely to get it, either). ' . 2. To Servia I give Austria. 3. To Russia I give,Turkey, for the Czar'a Ohrlstmas dinner. "4. To Belgium I should like to give all the thick ears, black .eyes and broken noses that she presented me with when 1 politely trespassed on her territory. B. To Admiral JelUcoe I give all my dreadnaughts, submarines, torpedo-boat destroyers, and fleet of Funk-ers, gejerally, what's left of them. He's bound to have them in the en-l, so this is only anticipating events. "6, To John Bull I give what's left of my Army, as his General French seems BO handy at turning my men into sausage-meat, I suppose he means to finish the job with his Kitchener, the champion German-sausage cooker. "7. To the British Museum I leave my famous moustaches, souvenir of tbe greatest swanker in this or any other ase. , '8. To Mrs. Pankhurst and the wild women I leave my m'Siled fist, tliey will find it useful, no. doubt, when they resume their militant tactics. 9. To Sir Eirnest Shackleton, J leave the Pole. I've been up it for so Icng that I regard it as Tny own property. (Signed) : "H.I.M. WlbHBLM, "Lord of the Land> Sea-and -Air, "Not forgetting the Siausages and Lager Beer." "Signed by the above-named WIL-HBLM aa his last Will inUhe presence of us, his ministers and keep-erg present at the aame time, who In hiB presence and In the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as''witnesses.- Baron von Sauerkraut. Grof von Munlchlagerbler." The only question left them is, "Why is von Kluck?" :BEtiGi|AN'SOLDIERS HAVE A SWEET TOOTH-A . Belgian aoldiei' crawling from hia bomb proof shelter to receive a packet of chocolate from hia c'ommandlhg officer. ,, .Doc Scriibbi'ng Brush VVorhs wviih a rush -When Old Dutch Cleanser speeds him - Prevent s attacks Of achinp; backs And 'guards the hand that leads him. UBOR MEN WAIT ON PREMIER eORDEN Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 15.t-At noon to day Sir Robert Borden, Hon, C. J. Doberty, and other members of the government, received the annual Relegation of representatives of the Dominion Trades and -Labor : Council, who presented the roaolutlons adopt ad at the annual meeting of the Con which this year was held In at a fixed price, shipped there .aj'i ] i^'fij''J.'lf,'"'Tha'^B^ublects broueht sold again dn condition thnt:anag?�ed-| -The. subjects brought price should be charged .the Qonsum er. � , - � �� � ;.' r�iceiiter. One dollar and twenty cents .a bush-. el |or grain, a "record ior the prov-toKtiif'monthly piiblicatioa of ince In eoomwcial VQuantlti^a. J8 the The establishment of a large Austrian colony in the Abitlbl: dlstrifct ot Quebec and the remova'li of tbei^e people from tba more populous i^n^ep is likely to follow tfa� clearing 9�ithe> land, ,ta which -work hHOj}jr�4a of .theaia allena are now being..tus^ighed: -It^ls proposed toxlear a townsite And.put the .people upon themigrioDfturaivIaads which fiurround it^ Several J\{ontreal Auatrians iaro lntere8ted^;>n - more particularly to the attention of the ministers were national banking, technical education, uneniployment, old age pensions, and -the fair wage Clause in government contracts, Cemattr/ �t aing^n , The 5urHn8tPS wunlcipffllty, at a,n �xpenaei:'or'f300.Wflttin�n. tae .pro-,ejed an^.l|.e^�^^ Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking PoWder Ask fbr Ribbon productii anff see that your cealer gives them, All 'Blue Ribbon gooda are guaranteed to ' satisfy. If otherwise you may. return them. -;Bljue Ribbon Coffeea and Bak-! Jng. Povfder-a're the tfeat on the piar-.ket or, they?.couldn't .be_^8old with ao strong.�.guarantee, , v ( �^^fel'iK:?'-- m ;