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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta )btib^e Iberalb eMb^^gc, HlTevta .DAILY:'AMD^WeEKtY =�UdsqRI rtiON RATES delivered^ iper year.. .. ' br mail, per year...... sklr> by tuaQ, p�r yeai..>> !i.UO TELEPHONES ________Offlee ............... 1252 SiiUoriat Offlee .............. 123-� iBtneBS fiiW. A. Buonar.an f?��DastaE Piregtor John Torrnnco Business Maiiagcf S+WENTY-FOUR WEEKS OF WAR The twonty-flftU week o� the war ; B^rtB tomorrow. Though tlie pro-.gfess of events in tlie last week or tii-o on tiie li&ttle fronts has not been, jifarked l)y any outstanding advance 'fin thQ part of the Allies, or on th^t �ot the enemy, the general trend is . encoui-aging as it refers to the former, jrfiis IS particularly noticeable in the 'campaign in eastern Europe. -i-' 'While the onemy still practically holds the centre line he ocoupied., along the Aisne. after the defeat administered him at tlie Mame^ it Jfi . noteworthy that the dnva of the Allies has been successfui in keeping lilm to where he had been drlveti taj^ : spite of all endeavors to regain ground' Iflst. In West Flanders the same po^ , filtion is revealed, with hig attempt : ^acli the Channel ports completely jfrustrated, if not made impossible fbi^ the fulure. On the Allies right ground fast while concentrating on the drire ; df the enemy towards the Aisne has l�en regainedii and,;the>passes ;0f the #osges and the territory in Upper :: A]sBce ea^st'of.the Heuse reaching,to |tltWrchji south of 'Mulhauseu; are in B(fj^ One track line i-unnlng between Versailles and Cc^pl^gneiiTOrthfe transportation'of rtr&opB"to itlie ttonf witboiii passing'tlirough Paris. This road ^vaa completed by.'the-enejlnfiera cftrps in three weeks. .....^ ' AN ARMY BREAD WAGON ON ITS MOBI^INGKQUND '"^ThlB".pfcti�e"was taken near Tpres and shows Brttlsh-'saldiers gettag their daUy-supply of the Of-^Ufei DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF ; h'^^ ^ j^he-'Mmplsffiit made by Mr. Seh.-nS^t, of ^Purple Springs, about the un-^1, �a|r oiethods'adopted in the distrflm-W-il tl& of relief is not an isolated case. |�;$s'Oi>mplaints>.ofiwthis character have teiilje^n,frequent.' ^Charges have . been fef jm^de that jartisan--methods have H^vi^ib'^n adopted In^theidiatiiuutloii of-re-If^l liiSr^ and that favoritism has been * "(own by jnany of; the .relief officers.; graia j^iU? ihejvforticomlng, is certain � to.,c�eer'iup;'fh9 farmers iwho feared, that IherevWds a possibility that onlyi Uie men 'jqn M homesteads; WBiild beiproTlded^with seed. It Is to he lioped.vthaif both Provinslal and Dominlfijnv.Soyermnents will expedite th�('*dfefcSbution oft: seed CaoV that 'the ig�alnswl][email protected];Jtt the hands of the farmer in plenty-ol time for early seeding. ltvis:'^moa^: fin^ortstnt also that eveiy care -should 'be taken to�provide the Mariners>,.wUh'.c]eau~ seed."; We'.want the crop of 1915 to be high class in everyj^r8speojt,/and'iane of .the require-iaents, ot conwe. is ^ the verj- best seed "for-sowing in, the,spring. *Tyas"dJstof�y''Btated at tteittmC; government -a^ ; ipur- Ssi%; i^e of comingvto theAassfstance of ,^^^'0� setUers-that a-farmer could make M^i|^^owS chol wtieire he v?a� to �p'- ifiMja iplief order.'*f,The Hon. Mr. Rog-er^ ^at that; timi^ Acting lUnlster of feir^t: thf-IhteriQr.'^in'aHettfe p iWflkM', Commlaiiokir"" of ' immipa^l *^j|;^tlffliisiSa*ei(i' thit 't^^-dMlra:^of'tiii'?d^ ,v parfinent was'^tkat "'.^ellif "orSeiS: ihWa.ifce utilised by tho farmers at Slr^elr �u8tomary place of trading.' If! ;f|iMr.vBennett's- Is correct the |;|el}rf';pfi��f''j^./Gr^ has !d^' fUbsratoly disobeyed the instructiens isined' -hy the department. Under >t^^e'instructions, Mr. Bennett had a ^?Pjprfeot%1^^ '-"coadltlprisfsftoliproviae -seed-grain to 'ding " -dfdrno;t4)ui^. rhS.''A{l(ROUii' July 21 win decide whether we're to have a "dry" or"wet" Alberta. The seasons will have nothing to do in the, fight. ; Count Von Berohtold has quit. German and Austrian diplomats stack up I'ikej an aggregation of bush-leaguers. cThfir batting average in this war has beieu abdtrt.,.000. i'l'vBecent! reports tell of German gen-�ifcal'* staffjsflrders that artillery am-^nitloVjlieicoiiBetved. The strain la '^-"'-g'^'ei tell- The ibreak'is due ,,Z--fB^'^' next tew weeicB. People's Forum A QUERY FOR MR; HOWARD Editor, Herald: � Kindly -permit me, through^the medium of -yoar^e0leeme|ANv. ... WAtSTfr-Made ,of ,-dark/Pe�q*leB, ^ood for'house v^eaV;' ' CAm 11.86-tor OUC: WAitTis-*lrtest! quality VJyella Flannei, new styles;... C9"CA ' 14.00 - to 15.00 9C�9U : iM^BV 'aON6cf�;yW6rth n�0 and i ait.OVB�-,buy tUoB? 11.25 .�JCjt & 11.50 wide'Dress Silks at I 96 ppNd^e'siLKS;-yard wid4 heavy quality natural Jap Pongee 4j|A >k Re8ul�i'',60o fbr ......... SfT'* klDERD'oWNS; to 29 inches, white and ool^reAi regular 4 Am 3p and ^OCf oA..�iklo....... I,9W COR�Bti..Elilii>i(i|DERy worth lIp sac thiBBt'Mrly/ your choice ��y'lf; ,T�A J#> NIGHT 'QbWN8>, eMra quality : White flannelette,;;reffulsr 'QB )1.26 to $2;' on tale .....�9I� COMBINATIONS; finest quiility caihmere, WstAon's ' COTi|f| mako;,:ref |S.2&, on sale #fc�,WjV ' UNDERSKIRTS; oightB  ft Drawers tor;|the glrlsi regular!;AQ|^i up to 7^c; on sale ........ CalBVi EIDERDOWN Q0WN8; % onljr.red Eiderdown Gowns'; reg; Ci|-,4'Q $5.60 and $6 00 > .". .' .-^1 li 19 FL AN N E L E TTE DRAWfftS; white, ladles' sizes;, reg. 50c and-i 6O0; on sale .. m LADIES' COLLARS; new Lily Col-' lars, worth up to 76c; OCi� For...........\ .. COC 35c Half Price Sale very Ladies' Suit, Coat, and Skirt:&vOur Select Stock GET A COUPON Why spend your money tor Dry Goods and pay regular pHcci^wfill)}'this sale is on at llylands. - Wljtli , every sale^W'al^o' give you a coupoh' which, eniiitles ,}^�u to share tii a preihiuin list of ^O'prizes worth up to & CO. ..^ppulari, ^ "^^fp^fara J hVve' been-' tryln"^to^ tie fo'ihfniiiPxUiaesB Pats Pets.' firop ,th-4"vi',pj^Bi^.part of.lt-the "PatB"..�-iffelft^^fghtlttg; ;^qua^ ______ aiiii^fmi at^nhi^ito^ell offllSlfelr ?|c^ ^"'T^dSt'^'^trttlfl;^ ,pf-;|raln pf^;ai^|gte^i.tl>,. Llmtttd. LADIES t DABK^ YOURGBAYTfkiR Look years younger! .Use * ;Grand-mother'b recipe of sSage.Tea and Sulphur and'nobotfy will .Know. The use of Sage and Sulphujrjfor restoring faded, gray halr;to Its.matural color dates hack ;tO| grandmother's time. She used, it to'keep her hair beautifully dsrk; gloBBy and atoijndant. Whenever her hair ;fclLioutT.or took on that dull, faded or 8tr�i^k�d appearance, this aintiple aUtuNiJu n�-pllad with wondarful i)t(ee\. But brewing at horn* is'i muaay and out-of-date. Nowadays;: by Mklng at any drug store tor a 50-cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will get thto famous old redlpe. which can be depended' upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dandruff; dry. feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair: A well-known downtown druggist says It dai'kens the hair eu naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been apiplied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this tbreugh your hair, taking one strand at a? time. By morning the gray hair -^disappears,' and - aftei another ..a]>pUcatlQn or two it becomes beantlfully dark, glossy, and abund-anti Sold by J.O; Hlg1ntiath8fflj& Co. TherP.: Bums. Co. ar8^ ojitmlng: li branch in 'Fort George, B.C^ � * Accordinlf^io Heudewoi�'8"'DIredtory for 1915'rthiB populktWhi'iW^Griiter Winnipeg 18^273,047. \] ' ; ' Jame�iHal*s/yone bf'the oldest resi-, dents' of Elgin Ceun^.^paitsed away at bl8 home near St'Thoma*. following a paralytic stroke:',^ ' "Buck" Muri^y,: .wfio^'jBtt : shot  oh Fnday of last Week hy;tlie;R.-N.'V5r.M;p. near Shaunavon, Sask.; when he at tempted te.el|ide thejoffloer,,|dled( , ,Fprmer ConU-olleiOiCmtSii ->8rmpBon; of Toronto;^ spekkingrip�:tlU uHempIoy-mept ^situation, mad^i''t'iii�.'as],i.." � W. E;r^)lne.of,.E4iniotaton^iijj|Bf!b�en appointed chief C.P.Ii.?'!ai8iiateher at; Winnipeg, to succeed: eMr.-George C. Coleman, who goes to Moose, Jair as car service ifeent, wh(j?fR".'J. 'Collins of Saskatoon^ has J^'den appointed to succeed Mr. Cline at IMmontbn. > - British Columbia mayors elected Include: Rossiand, W,>D,!WilBOh;'Rev-elBtdke, W- A. Foote; New'WeBtmins: ter^\A.W. Gray; Noi-th'^yancpuyer, O.S/ Hanes; Alberni, R. -J.^;||Qrd; Nanalmb; A,,E. Plante; Greenn^pod, J. fp; "Maclean; Kalso.nD. C,-.|�;qAthe first contbigenL ; J, P. Hughes is travoUlng.from Fort CBjipewyan to Chicago hy dog sled: He is making the trip .on a wager. Tlfe condftldns of theiwigef are- that Mr. Htighesi was to,leave Fort Chip ewyan on October-20,! 1914,! and travel overland via' Peace River iCrbssIng, Eklmonton, Winnipeg-to Chicago, and must reach the latter place by'midnight of February 26], with both himself and the dogB in good shape. If he makes the 'trip on -timfr|605 will be . paid -to - hiih by the: rwlhner: of the wager . Ma]or be v suisd : for' the publication of the work. The libel charged, is I the T.aference to an officer of Lo^d Stratbcpna'B Horse iRC), who was a guest at-the banquet'tenr dered in honor of the corps'of Lord Strathcona'B upon its return to Bag-land fresh from Sbuth Africa. ' � ItlsistoB FniltmitiBiT^kjr > or-iOoBeral'MB Coum|Ur to. -jjuctHiaf^'^.: the command of the Lpndon'^Dl|itrrct,; has heen contrftdtcted '^t'^Ottawal:, ;'Lieut.o.: is now leading the .German foroeB;ln Russian' Poland, together with. DnvQtto Bed-lleoh, a German lafliryer,, an4 ~ Morzellck, a German FIGHT CONTINUPD^FROM FRONT PAGE .:'''^^ ..of �porditltB. ^ "The speaker here gave a highly ? "^^^w'ns'n^t Sprohlbjtion !!W*�'\V* f��^�' 'itJ!,^%niii|S&it(^^ er, a husband to'slus ^Wfe, .itdftUghter to her mother, 4ti;,employw:io: his employer ? The tthiVeraal' irisVfer is �"No:" -:':� �:>:.:.].:;;'�;�:;� ' In his � peroration /of �thoV^vilr of tho liquor traffic in;the;^Vningi.jte How-af preiacQd hii.J'tgmatks. itf=iiijirt: a rol (nvte-::'^?-';v-"'S:i?;''1/"'':?^ : :'';^,ihJ1*�'('hi4u^w:t:*!bt;h^^ diet:: t>e' Mquor?\trWfflc.;is:;,t^i;:iSMsef oC �the"mdlei-:the;'pieh;traar6u6r4tM .l,l0!:;:�a^t�s^^l*a^XVlfthreYof.ai%%i':8^ 6ty''niJd\2i;hi0:!rp6pjiilatorjjj(^  :-^lt'IHafc'l|-''"fb,,^6 the wUd-.-^Vst of our- hoastcd,jiphrl|ltiinjc|Y^^^^^ :tameid|r9ali:M^^^^^ :}\ejartsrofi.duri.ifift^�s^;; destroy homes; i. cortupti^gi^^iirfrpotiliic^^^ mft'iCowqjUsl.dtifoiit'poliOTni^n^^^^ jurersvof 1 dUt;',pfltiUq iofflcerB7:j!ij]5d ing: .\yiijh -1 the; l^pj:9^y|o,J jeriilfti&ii the : j^ate'^idfif^yery-�'cji|iyii!''^4^^ !'.;Sn."'Cloingr1ilsi:atiJg.ij3;f.q^^ .-'Ir. u , . , ii6vt'a1:(t'said  ''This ' is j the,^niliol/- ,i?t",on/li>e'.'!^njser ^or thcJ merit, the 4iqjiflr,,ti:A�BR is, the crim- the, �ttc TRY THIS STOMUH REMEDY AT OUR RISK when we give you the ctoportumty^to try � reinwir with the uadaniiutdink tha^ if it doesn't febev* r� Mtwy .yw la : W�-lnM�;�it'4wr.' ^SinST'^ftS^aMWdtomd teS h�^'ll^H'8^;:clV'ui!?wl, up-to^ate bar, dtSr^n^^a^y oTu" Tti^. as tbfe worst 4)f 4he t^Q Qvlls. ''Put dorsedbytheeritiremedical'profmionfor'the real devil behind a bar, said he^ thp relief of stomioh aUments, and to aid "and there isn't a'.hoy or a soldier eapy, comfortable digestion. Soothing to or bums thafe would go inside. Itis the stomach, :checking heartburn and dis- the devil in disguise that eets them, tress, �tinud4ting.the.flow,of. the stomach ^if-he:-acts nike: the, devil, lodks luk-eB, promptjnf, regular,bowel, action, I like thci"devil, and.smells ,liko the ^�xaU.D}gcstive,Tabiets helpmaln your devil, he wouldn'.tr;get a customer in it-pmaehiedgoodajjaiaandnujeeiteasy ,,24 ijotar./rlt's ^thtf^^^ har loryoU to oat anything you Uke.' that starts "the b'oy on the highway 'There 18 TO fed tape about our offer If t,, and! IVs'tlie. low-down dive thejr4on'tdoju8t! whatjpu wantthemto, j that'finishes him." ,Av:buBitie8SiiB?4ttdgod by the pharacr 'If i't'.impr,oves just tell us so aitd well give back your mb�iBy:lwit'as . value - - ^ ' ^' ol-tlje iay to-fils laljU- aocovntant ot.,thl8,city, died atOa'hPB' pitnl'in J'l^oirth.'-^rfBt^rday, of'spjnfeil menlngitts. Mr, Bingham was an<:eng. llBhman and ije .hftd, no..relatives .in Medicine Hat,'V'hpre llv�^ forjBomb time b^fow-icnllgtoj; with. .tfi^.4lr�t lopntlngent.'^-rMedlclne ^tX^.i^mfk.^, ;