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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta OAIUV AND WEEKLY 4'tUBSCRlPTION RATE* dellverea, pet y��r,.,.. 'r, by maiJ. p�r year...... J-W ttlrt by malJ. per yew.  fELEPHONES ,_____leta Ofltce ---->,.-ana is again in the haada of tlie fol--(|ner. whom tlie enemy is flercsly en-IMeavoring to dislodse'.''-' The battle in Alsace has been: hin-;dflred by lieavy snq^rtSalls so 'mti'bh.sb ^Uiat trenches have 'had- to � cked: The JFVe fi;itlon gamed- at Thann, -IS miles from K^ulhausen. is being ajombarded by the 'iln Poland nothing otsignififcance.la PICKED UP IN ASSING FO�'# THB BUSY CONTINUED PROM. FRONT PAGE. |reipDrted THEMRISH AND THE WAR' ^ l/oiin .Hedmond.. M.?., the-lrlsh lead fe'idefcnds the Irish from the insin aUons .that- ihey vpere not dotoST I North Ontario Liberals chose Fred |\Uogg AE Wndidate for the Commons, and^-J. W.$VVlddifield for the Legisla- ..tare.. .,�,......... . Official vflgures show that since July IJie average cost of food in Iion-don, has liaen 19 per cent In large towns fchdglT per cent, in small, towns. Harry Austin llcCleave of Stew-lacke, ai,S. has been elected by the Senate of JDalhouBle University u the Rhodes .schcSar for 1915. The Calgary City Cbuntdl ias agreed to the general cut of city employees' salaries.. On the: percentage basis, rjB-commeodal 1>y tlie special committee. Increased production and increased distribution are the watchwords of the Ontario .Agricultural and Experimental p^iiion, which has commenced it^ SSthr^'bual.aneeting at GueJlph. . ,TFhe> first peace conference bearing pn the fereat �-ar, opened on Monday in Copwhagen, Denmark, convened by tfie Sbclolist parties of the BSiro-peaniiieuteal states. .Th^i.jujpr .disagreed in the case ag-alnsCien^Cuhholme, .rancher, charged w1th''at!ffliUng catUe, whose trial In Caigary'Aaa jost ckwed. A,new. trial has been-ordered. . . SaroldiBadier of Ogdensburg, Ont,' aged 14; waa drowned in the'St Lawrence:* He skated into an airiiole and dirnppeared before his friends ; could rescue lilm..;; The body was j'ecovered, A..depitt4tiaa of unemployed waited IS itlhat.' they were noi. uvms: . :.tv,.uoiiuvsj*"'* y "Y"*'"'^';';" ' t: T LB ,uiai R-Tviee on Mayor Stevenson ot liondonr Ont., share in recruiting for service ' T,,.,,A.Af PnntTWl niMTrhareed iBritain to nts" struggle with Bur- flfca tecent-is^eech heris ipporte^ *nSome time:i�o be;:^a4 apked the �vernment;tcii|t!jnl8li-lhim with ajr^ ii;showing/\Ue"iiumbex of men from sty parishitos>lreland liervlng.vwlith . j?i:colors;;ipte^j^^^recelved .the xe-irh and he: fotiS*; that on '^^���90. lere ^were setvln^�1Wth rthe milititrj'. ipceisr of "the Grt^TO^'ite^ M. ieen in the army "before the -waif rote: out and who . had. .gone -back *� tee as'reservists, or: recnuts the gi-jiOctotaa of 89,000. Iti to that Svwe Ided the teas-of thousands of Irish bruits who\werevgoing to the -colors s-^-GreaJ. Britain, and further addbd i^hethousands uponrthousandsr of Irish-len wlio .were now iu the ranks, or ults, Coming vjfr�m:^Ganada,;�^^ ..ia'and^/New Zealand, it wasiraafe , .'say that there nw.ere.'at vtiis.4very lOment pO,000: .or 140,000 iMshinen iTing With the colors. .Of the :89isituation the real unity of jujiKpeojIlevin^ Ireland;" jX|iSlr;.;;jie'dmon^^^^^^ the gov- emmentvfretura. showed that from the ti^^^}iot0titttLBti,i,l�:m^: Ulster Volunteers .had gone to -the colors. I"ropji:;i$e vsame: city, where ,the Cath-olloa^'were barely a quarter of-the .. .whole!population, 3513 National Vol-|-v-unteerB|;haS. gone.,';. "iHaVo -X not, Bald enough to show," *.Mr. Reilmond concluded, "that these taynts' aliout 5 Irishmen shirking their '".duty;areanfamouBly untrue? And yet . these'figures which I:hav� given you 'jae, I beUeye in my heart, only the *eKliuilng.''�^eers.) liNotiioi^Ki^lip^ honor |{: To'be V^ibt Bachelor, Henri 'M|;tor dtBtliisuiBhed patriotism _g);�t4?>:*ritl^cr^w^^^^ i^bii'ltorelatHsni.-^Beek's'j.'iy^^^ ^�^^mb^fij?m eot 1^- kt!.i4t|{ml|ht|cbiliceii. aiid the Board of Contrtfl; antf" charged that, in the;, matter of giving wxirk to the jobless ^London was discriminating ln.fa'^or>tif> men from Toronto, Hamilton and, ather-.cltles.; j..,, BertHume.ii years old, employed at. a:Ii�fliaon;' Ont; foundry, was iii: stantly kiltStQwhen he fell; two stories down-an. elevalor shaft. The lad who^e skull was fractured Itithe fall, had' been, employed at the foundor bbti^ ^0^3ajn|i^vr-*- -w---. V* '�i:r\:-ty^: ,4;-Oommtssioner .W^ J. Richards, tttk heaa*>f thjp Salvation Armj^ In ^Canada; in an interview declared that d,uringhl?-;tenure of office in Canada he.hoped'to see the establishment of I Elaborate hotels and workmen's home iyiSteiis � in connection with the Army's worki > ^ % Tl^sum vending,sloi'machines got Intb.iCourt In Calgary yesterday, and as . a' > result > William Goldstein, tb e ownei'. waa" (i&edr'920.00!and costs for running a^'ocHnmoa gaming-house. It wasia test case,, and the magistrate held t&at playing the machine was a game of ^aoce. . -iv'CalgaiT defunct iCJi:.I.G. are sending proxies to the nj(e�Ungv In .r^ancouver on. January -26, when - a iiqijldator will be -appointed. . Any jL�thbridgB shareholder' desiring ito do' the'same, should forward their proxies' to: ;D. A. - Wright. 217 : Judge Travis building, Calgary; , "At die Batrie, Ont, Presbytery. Rev. iJDr; D.ut no decision 'was - i�acbed. . Attention was called to the faot that Great Britain is caretully Ruard-isg her i-esourccs, to which (tad some stringent treasury regxilationi were deemed necessary on the opting of the stock exchahge.\ Under these regu-lationsi issues of capital or the participation in issues for undertakings outside' the Empire are absolutely prohibited, . and issues for undertakings in the colonies will be per-piittcd only where it* is shown that there is urgent necessity for them. The government view is thiit until further notice Vail considerations must be suboramated* tb -tlie paramount nece&sity of ,: husli4ndiiig the financial resouroes.JoHtlie .country with ,a view to the'sulcesalul'ptOBecution |�r the war." Against these regulations, tlie Leth-bridge delegation t-wiU likely uVge that-tjie opening, of the '.OM Man river canal is of vital impottaace; in that it wiil relieve the'UMmployment situation in southern Alberta, ind be tiibvjsalratiDn ot the farmer i whose position, as seen by the i�s�^tion above, is becoming acute. > X'Hjere is a questiMiyia to. whether tlie.civic delegates from Calg&ry,' M-iBionton and -Juedtcine Hat will proceed' to Ottawa in view^bt ^t&ese re-guIattoBs, whi�A' weie . despatched Irbiri London'yesterdkv as their cases are not so strolag as that to-be presented by Letbhridge. They would merely urge thatj!^ certain proposed , public buildings: :be> gone aliead with, I'while the southern plan would relieve botli the unemployed and the'tanner. 5"he LfcthbrMgemembfirs ot the com-inrttee are endeavoring ^ line up-the labor mwi in the other cities witli the IdjUan liver schemt^; and it. is pos- Inventb] Friday ini Safjirday Shoppers Witt Fted Numerous Bargaiins ^A^^T^^^''^^^^^^^ ^*rtiKaiiaSfei%d^s^^ etc:;'that must fee tatang measures to make the clearance good ' Si^^fkariil^^it'" .a.ui.>that-,':every labor: union; in; Gan-j.iSia^7,^^b ClefKlBs at 4 pislr for ...Vp... Atkt^ ^Clearing at per �aratat|y.' � SeverU lines ot 'WUtl^^rjDid#i;#ter;- some ~ sUffhtly sollfed gaJnuMta'aifaoai^^sbl^^a^ : dtdly: flnishsd wknaiaviifiW-- ittit: popular grade; RegMlar Iprtiee ,flJ6; S^vl Clearing at per. giniilBtU.... ;u.'.. McCaU EveryWiDBiiii'sHoaiebijieis in the store must mwt VahiM up to $5 -  clMrtiiff ^rice $1.60 About Two Dosen Drosses: to-choose from. Woman's Fleece Ilnderweir Fl&e Whl'te noece UBdorwear; well tln-Ishad garBMlBte with laoo y�ke. Hegular. -price'- 760. ClsarinK 'Pnoa.^�AAg^' Par Gamoiit ......................HwW A claia.swjeep of. -j W^VWiaterr yard ., I | C >Vstvetesne~-01d Rose, Fawn or white are the sluwles.,~:3l�gnl�r price- 6So;-A#|^; ^ Olaariag Prifie' tfer yard ,; -....... Cy W iSmaU;^|Ends� l^ancy. 8llk--6range, pink or dlearlnf-Prloe per yard *PC ' >:Demastie .C�|ttenr-Plain'.:irhjlte, 89 inches. VClearing Price pjer yard :. .. W;V Unblaaehed Table'Linen->ABSortedi : gular price 8fijij per yard- :Cleaifing Price per yard'.. ,- �-.--^^ ^ :V ' Japanese Crepfrr-CKimona> patterdsf) .Re;-, gular price 35c per yard-r 'i OOjLi* Clearing PrioO per yard ..... V. fcC JfV White Flanneletts-S6. inches. Regular price 2fto per yard- . . AAX.ti> .Clsarlag-Price per yard �..W!a;V . Re- McCaU Patterns mm mmf mm mim PRAISES THE "HOME" �.;:*�,;/.�:---^^pl^'f::v-:4.: Pincher Creek, Jaif: i�:7t(S|lec�l). -Plncher Creek: again^s^jBars 'a �re*t loss by fire."' The nt^flcftnW std fire brigade but the. tgOll^tfest' ? the stone ;wans ot the big '-liBlliillng. stood the test and remained^^reiBt'practically: saved the east end'.ot':.t*ie .'town. The metallic rocrf iand,. stoB�;j(taUs glass windows on th� oppoaite . aUte ot the street are badly damolishod. Several big shipments of spring stock had - lately arrived- and' in spiie oi the iasurabce, the company Is loss will be. great. The business was' founded in lfl84 by Mr. T. Label, the genial hewli^and for years manager ot the Arm. Id 188S &has. Kettles bought out Mr, HbW>b:s interest iatt>e;,oompany, a&d is still a leading facttSr^of the com-pany. They have sinoe been joined by V.C. McUougall sad 'Jr N. KaMteS, who at the present tiihe'are. managing the business. -The (hie big structure ot stone was erected in 1905 sad the T. Lebel & Co., general marcjiabts and dealers in produce, ate as well known abroad as at home. Deep sym>-pathy will be extended.to Mr. Lebel, all the big store was easUy th� ptMe of his lite. . ^ CRIME _^ CkY FOR iRRIOATIoiSl'"^cAttb FOR SI�E�Dy, REC00N1TI0N confined the awful flamejs. a^i th9UKh in a mighty furnace tor.'*^|ne.-�The ...>S^v:::::,.^.:,iit:^means, in fact, ovary thing that is gooitly Bdmonton, Lethbridge and Medlqlne after ttie 61d Lebel raeWenoe'iaorQiiS Hat go to Ottawa shortly to memor-the street, and the Atlfi^too HotolilVllso the government to aubstanUally stabtes were ignited,- be ..potential or theoretic stage. It there ijIs one; thing, that southern Alberta j! h'epds:moi^ than aabthw lt,ls lrrSga>^ 4,tl6n, snd if by irrigating the land the If'VgovertaUent can make;, more -prosper-feTOjjB the vast country t�-lbiit*ry 14 Leth, :;j:t>l1dge, and that surroutidltlg the city vpt Medicine Hat, it show y^ars the farmers of the south ave been'playing a. loslhg game; ex-^oeMlve.drouth -was the chiet enemy i wHh v;hlch they had to contend, and 'StfjisJfte'Of tfrsililtk" ot nioJsturp; the deadlyvcutworni-'was enabled, to;wreak fayoocior months at a time,: Dlsap-ppintmeiitq, consequently, have crowd-, ed^liard-upon tha farmer of the so^tbV' Ipl|e,tbe.'e4ra and. labor expended !hisFJantf/�iijcr6p| each year hive , _-4lati�ra�>^ ^pg:mlsei�bly mani soon wlU.ketlke io their own frontier In the lear that a winter spent on their present line, the communications with .which are declared to be bad,' ^buld sesuU, in a heavy, 'doss of-men. ' The Russian troops which crossed tKe Carpathlmia arfc-reported to haver eftected a junction, and When, the plans. for 'an. advance into Transylvania; are complete an atteniptvwill be ma�le, it 13^ said, to invade lim-gary from the'north and east.  iHaetlnga are ibejng.beld in Boston tor ^he pttiipose ot Interesting wait-re^saa in trade'unionism. Acid Stoma^cht are D^fiigerbiis .Conirnen SenseL-Advlee bya O'et'n-guishsd Bpeclallat. ' i' ''Acid''; stonaaoiiB we dangerous bo-:: cause acid irrij(ates and 'Inflames the delicate lining^ pr^ the stoinacb, thus, hindering .andv preyenting the proper -action ot the stpnifflb,.and leading,to : probably nine-tenths of the: cases of stomach: trouble- from which people suffer. Ordinary: medlcinesr and me-dlcdhai treatments are Usaleis-in such cases,, for they : leave ,the,vsource of th� trouble, the acid In the stomach, as dangerous as aver;-- The acid must-be - neutralized,. :and I'lts; foi'iaation pre% vented, and the^rbest thing for this purpose is a teaspoonfuLot lytsurated magnesid, a slniple antaold, taken in a little warm br cold water after eating, jwhlch-not onlyvneutraliiies-'the- acid, but: also pyev,?n.t8U.tUe termehutlon from which aOldlty Is developed, 'P6lDda;\lrtiJch''bi'dlhaHly cauie ^distress may: b� eaten with.impunity If the meal is followed with a little'bisurated magnesia, which can be bbtalned from any druggist,, and should always be kept handy; � Advt. Union ibarbers lin i Missouri have torm^ a state.'oritanlsatton to fur ther tfielr Interests,- Scotch m Whifkle* Whit* ;