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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ci'/iliV and weekly eUbscription rates d4�verea,-pw y��r...-i>; mtll; per year.... fbrmaLl; p�r T��r...;^ , TELEPHONES ^ T'^V^r Office ......... Offloe ........... iiiv.'a. Bucfi��an john Torr�nc�;, lOb&klaK Director Buslll?!*: .Man�|l�: HE. WAR SITUATION ipOfAY^ le enemy contmirps Ws-^aeHvo offessive at Soissons where'he is -eui eaged in a flerca flght-to dislodge, the; Allies from ttw village of XAboisBeU^j on! Its outskirts while toiribardlng the' to^. B^ond the forcing; ot the Al-j li^ to the south tank of the.^Alsne, bowever, nothing impivtabt - In the; �way of adTaiitage has been. gained,' BetTreen Soissons and Reims the re-: newal of activity is noticeaWe, and ' It lis surmised that a break towards Paris is attempted by the eneai:� eiobg the line, the success ot wiiich^ would be considered a flttlng com% memoration of the Kaiser's jbirtbday next week. But up to the present the enemy has not been able to make the desired progress nor has he heen^suo^ eesfiftil in occupying Ypres. ...... On the Allies right the B>eneh iave Dushed a little further into German territory by gaining ground n the-OeVman army operating against thepi: long the jraanrtan Ukes. . ~. ; '/^ ^ THE U. 8; PROTEST .S^:the ITnlted states regarding the British interpretation of the right of of American vessels baa-not ijit!^^^^�it*been finally replied tOj it may�be tekeiLrtbat the matter will be re&son-A* aTJcibly disposed of." Re-. ' Jiwhig yjesident WUson's reference ' B^C'Sie%pressIoB,:;iii many American i-j: -, , , lis 'beUeves, to tie' jKteren*^, "of shipping by the Brl-i^iSIaseft Thompson; tbe>noted lia-iCBl expert, has placed the matter. . way.Twhicb controverts the tbeory itaiiti has been the effect, jrftingi' to a Chic&go paper vrben protest "was first lauached he Sli�A^hur;ii^^4%'Doyle In're^^ of tbfe latt�r>8,ii�utlga^n�:|^�''19^000 words^or-so frdm'ftjefeUad ?^*\T(JaUB' ot Mete, and l^trnjE 0th�!_:dfi1hKs says thafctjie fieri mAns\;jupe.^dtyi.sober people, who' Mbli&r lies, 'ad^Hre tbe British soldier !mdrtif.^n>vWt|iit^.?o fai' aa to sava- the. JIdtfel'doWin^/Louf^ln. Ho says the G^rmansv;:are!'|9ven helping - to Qlear. a\(^y. the wreAage of Loiivatn which aTt6]r ^all -^aBn,'t -jnore than one-seventh [de8lro/e'd."?MK feennett^ wrote on 1D6&28;f^&'Px;ob6M-^l}aA not at that time iheai^ of � ihe ^carborough-Wblt-byijajiUfepool: eilsod'e. Nor ' had he HeaW-of.thB 'W �iiidelgiftltle8"''^e-' msiidtid.'j'by; ^he -soibfee,..sympathetic HiUM.frwii Brussels, ;Maline8 and other Bel^an cities whORe inhabitants in msdyi ^cases-^are Ijeiagfvkept -alive by tbe"�harity of his b"rpther;'A_merIcans and. that of the people of .other, neutrals. 'He ;may not have been told by hts^Qetman tutors thkt.Belgitim's ju-o-pertydamage has reached one billion dollars. , In fact.he �-f>ems to have absorbed some ^af the admirable teachings of Sernhardt'for he declares, speaking of the ruin In Belgium: "Who that has wandered among the ahrine. places of England has not felt~ a 'pang. at. some jOf. CrofTiweH's workriut what republl-oan does nqtifeei that ^England is freer today beeauae of. eromweH' These barninga'ahd^broed'Mettings are ter-rlblci^^but ;th�.y^4e�m\�oni�ttm.ea to be-part; of .^thtfld^a^ipttite':^^^^^^ monfty'flhdsLlts way to^ wttat' la right-QUs>antf;wlM.^ Wsjei'forsooth! Mr. Bennett, if he s{a^tK:?tbs re^r of the German army avyear longer,.;; when the Allies have rolled .;lhe~ hordes 'back across the I^fibiei^inay see'the other side of war. He.;wlllsee^ the invader become the Invaded, vwith, a the suffering that invasfon brings at the hands of even tile most'ciViliied of enemies, and he isriU^.then: l�iaiif;}hat he has of';�ivUixation and found them guiaty, - ^ , President \TOson^,and^fSecretary te Bryan^haa: ccinsT^�d-the;|Ji^^ ment of Ci^mm^e' they "�ouldJ?not  ^'charged British interpretation of 'i^*-rl^t of seaiTCh as "directjy" re^^ Bjiomsible for; the depression lin^ many ii^prican industries." The -monthly-iir^ininary for October, -193,4���how8that iic&iitotol expcnrtSvfor Elarope for-that ''in^nth were.v^ued at $130,854,297, al^inst ,f lSl,G57,9'4(r for OctoBfer, 1913: Moreover, this-^aa In the'fade of the^ iiil^owlng'-decrHaaes,: in "exports ,to :mei9^&r6u^'which they can be pass-sisitial^j^png; jintd|^ermany and Austria^ yprtiinigivto "i^iother* page *pf tiiff ;^ppears^^^ t^^ ^tlire^^i^eoreaSiei i'ii) exports gl'TOsMisB-jtoi^e drop. In exports of cot-r 'i^i''aoiBL'|107,38l;31/rJjn 'October) 1913, �je;j^J8>r laat Octaber-loss 9j35^,^-ijon cotton: a)one,^1where u,a joss of only |59^80M:^itvSi6',B�Uoy, on guard at .the-tqyeiSS^ at-Port Atthur> .ii^ia.Blibt' .&� t�ace. Medicine Hat.';clattn4,'more autos foe.her populatHm'i^thwi^^ m city in Albert*. ,. Js-Gv Owen. oI'iilBlbow,; has applied for the position otipltvBngineSr (\t Medicine Hat. , ^- - K�!smiLs :Kuska)v;liVli>n}p(^i was'shol down nhd- killed at iml&diight by desperadoes; who cntisred-his home. 01 1225 aliens tt6Wtefti(rtiaced at the Regina-office, H4�'ate Adstrlaria, 71 Germaas and .11 sTurks; Winnipeg aldetmen'have t*e{usM to finance the Winnipeg exhibition this year. v.-c Mrs. ChristiniBViBnzafieth Tkylor, ol Toronto, is applying" for : a .divotcs from her husbandRichard ;L4-D. Tay-lor.'fiow of New' Yotlt. > The guards at the'government.wireless Station at Point Edjpatd Reported having been flfcsfl at twice from across ,the river. > The Medicine. Hat Gi-ty Hall staff has been seduced by seven. Chief Bruce has been ordered to reduce the police force by .tour. Edmonton city council Is busy with the pruning knife and has reduced the estimates in tea; departments by $140,380 over Jast yfrar. The iDgalityof the agreement be-[-tween the city and : tlie Edmonton Street Rail^'aymen's Union is -questioned by the � Edmonton Property Owners'association. V The Dominion and provincial de-pirtments ol .agriculture have, decided ibintly to call .eouaty contcrence's in Ciisada's Vpatiiotism and ptoduotion" campaign. ; McCutcheon jBfos. ate'dn tb�i2 -by-' i6pn�eiitatlves of English investors; / ' The-appoi^tmeBt .of G�ii. Adolt -von Hohenbom. )as qusrteimaster general of tiie.vGerman army In > succession of Major,?GJen. von^-Vbigbt-Rhetz, who ^ed:suddenly ,ol Iwjurt, failure on November IS^ hks just .been ^^nounced. ; Field'Marshal 'JjOfdR�rho isichatged -with the murder of Joe Vemuelen near Fort George on January 6. The man was shot inr^the back and buried in the snow, the body df a dog which had-been killed* Jicing placed on the spoti with the object. of accounting: for the blood stams.VjPhe accused man says that the shooting was accidental. It is officially announced thart the bishop of Algoma, having placed his resignation of that See on his election to the See of Ottawa in the i hands of the bishop of Ontario, who is the next senior bishop of-the province to be placed before the bishops of the province, according tovthecan-on of the provincial synod, the Dishop of Ontario has called a meetiiu; of the bishops of the province at Kdngston on January 21 to deal with the matter. After the pruning hook had been busy Moose Jaw officials' salaries -Mai m mm mi mm ft... 1^ meiise .,,........,.....B�?,^.Talk,Of;^eu�rii,.,,..... ,,.,.......,..,., .Ifo 'ifs' or 'ands/ 'bJts\or .'maybes,' but a bona Me'.loisyyr^iOc sale of The Boyal Store's ini'-' I se stock wJnoli has .been bought to'seir at a prio^^arid'p guai*anteos voii 'the* best J ' value you ever bouglitjiere or at a^y Other stpre^ This isbft^kcd .up by a guaran4e^ af money J fS, back if you are not satisfied. -^'^^'^v. � ... f .-. .... . .. .^^x.. m � ^ Women's J^eady - td - We^ Offers savings .you pirtobably will not be able to make again in years;, Every garment must be sold. Limited quantities left to select from. COATS is. Chet )d Mixta DRESSiS Materials. Plaids. Checks Sierbellnee, Tweed Mixtui*s SUITS Matertais, Bergest, iGhev-lots, Tweeds, Diagonals. Materials-Velvet, Sergeavand Silks. 5 The above are our regiUar stock and. values ?10.0O to *25i00. While they last...... Whi^ewear Galore " liS-S'? MEN'S dLOTHES , Men's �younc men's Suits Every; jnew model, Bng-lish'cBOft roll) conservative ;andpat-' lals, In the plaid, dressy styles, as well as convert-tble collar stj^es. Heavy, warm ' It may state, that I have neither-timag|or In-,clinst5(^ jtpi ea^r^nto a nftwspaper controversy; A fe^ stated fact^how-ever. may, enllght'etf the public'lii connection with the policy ofthe^oard of EducaUon, , t � (1.) Ail schools in the province, and hundreds - outside its horden; have been obliged to cutAdown expenses (including salariesAand avary-jother item possible) or dose their doors; it is by !no means Certaia. that' Iieth-bridge may not be obliged to do the latter before man#. months, -as -the Board, already overdrawn to the 'extent of ,$45,000, is being financed at present by the Bank; hut no promise is hErtd.out of its cpntinuanco beyond the present month. � : . Z^;. (2.) The'accommodation vouchsaf- Instahtly each man took the cue, andi upstanding, raised his glaeSi loudlK right there. And it was so: '� The re?'i sponse became still born. � Thua spake Sam: "I have In mj^l hand a list-which, I presume, is th�' Iiethbrldge reception commltteei To~r| ptit It mHdiy and.-briefly, It bri8tlerf;| �with error; of ommlsslonrand commlsv slon, and it would seriously retardj your digestion "were I to: read It. By^| the way, It does not even mention that* it is a reception committee at all; It is only.a list of names,.and if it.ap? pears In Billy Bucim^au'e.-paper in this form, the voters ,who read that: paper may simply take it as a list of public spirited citizens-a space filler. - But proceeding on the assumption, that this list represents a reception committee, I will ask, no reporters be^ Ing present, where is the name of our old dollege chum; Harry Ben-r^-" at this point, Sam's A De; Kong hit him on the elbow and whispered In his ear-"as I was about.to remark, gen- ed^by thTb^nkTs-^a^ed o^^^^^^^^^^^ a careful scrutiny . of statements of ie S3,000, Finance^Commissioner Heal $2,500, Electric Superintendent Peters $2,400, Dr. Bayly $2,400, Treasurer Goudie $2,000, ABBBSSOT- Mot-fatt $1,650, Fire Chief Bajmes '$1-.600, Mayor Pascoe $l,500iCitvi Solicitor W. B. Willoughby $1,500, 'and,Police' Magistrate Dunn $1,500. In/the last three the cut is 50 per cent. The defamatory libel.charge asaiost William Krankenhagen and Heinrich Becker, editors and proprietors of the German publication, ;"Der Herold" was brought to a close when Mr; Justice Hyndman, pronounced senteiccon the defendants, who had been' found guilty by ibe jurv after a lew minutes' retirement. The libel was conr tained in an article charging Immigration Officer Deutoh'with"molesl^ing a woman at the immigration hall; The men were �> fined  $250 or one month, and paid the fljies. WHERE FRENCH RECENTLY GAVE LITTLE GROUND MPiRGUEWTE ................................. ser��'-Qennan>att8Cl^a�alnBt the French near Vregny compelled them fcp.>g*w a'Wttte^crand and^tlre to Buoy, L.c, Mo^oeJ, ;WJfSy,8nil pt, Marguer- revenue and expenditure, and ,a conviction that every possible economy is practised. - . (3.) It mayj surorise � your-corrfis-pondent to leant tnliit the^entire board agreed that there were .to ho no increases in salailes'for the current year, and that onlythree grade teachers' stipends were Iheduced^ and these only because in thct'opinion-of a majority of the Board,^ would be the only fair method, as these. eachers 'were not entitled to further increases, havf ing already reached their.maximum salaries, and would?, otherwise have been the sole excetitlons to the economy which affected, forty-one other teachers-which would'r: have been manifestly unfair, v �� . ;; . As "citizeRB of no mean city," ^who are endeavoring to give froelyof their time and what few,talents they.possess, without recompense or re ward; many disaigreea'blo would be closed. Probably Tuesday,may see ihe last EDiko in the-transcontinental driven. The last carload of TallB.:for the western section'left here for Vancouver yesterday. Fresh Salmon Fresli Halibut Fresli Herring Fresh-Smelts drthern Lake Whitefi^H Lake Pend d'O rpille Trout ,^ Fresh Shrimps ^Ip Fresh Oraihs FISH ASr FOOD In these days wheyi the cost ofiliying has hecome siicli an importanU , ' factor, it is.necessary for the average"housewife t;^ give carefu]. thought, f to providing f oi- her liable. The articles 'procurecl must not only h6 | reasonably cheap, but'they'must b"e palatable and nourishing'. As fish | 'meets these requirements; attenti%/?3|S;called to it as one of the articles ; that siioiild daily have an importaiiti^place on each bill ofYare. ;