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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TH,B LETHBRIDGB pjklhT;HBijALD FRIDAY, JAmJARY 24, 9m ' a,eti)bri&3e/ Blberta DAILY ANt) WEEKLY � UBSCRIPTION RATES V tlftll7. d�ilyer6a, par ye�r...-. �D�Ujr, by=,inaH,..per year. ' irMklr, by mall, per year.,...*, reLEPHONBS Bnatness Offloo '5th, and wo feel tliey are worth piro-: :W^iether Uie Unltwl State* '^hie really a, reasonable ground ior protest concernltig: aome of these lastaaces 0( seizure we do not know; It la certain, however, that If the United States were at war, we 'would do all In our MOO. power to aeo tliat nothing contraband '"0 should reach the enemy; and certainly wo have no moral right to'ta-islst that Urcat Sritalu should, do iwhat we, were we In her place, would refuse to do. Our protest, moreover, would come with bettor grace it' our gOTornment �o�ld accompauy It wltli assurance^ that- It was preventing American shippers from disguising contraband. It the United States al X.OO 1263 I _ ... . uniuB ............... -- Bdltortal Office .............. "24 W. A. Bucfianan John Torrance cuuuuuiuiu. �k - ------ UaDaglne Director Business Manager lows American shippers to ext)ort coH- ^_ _ traband in a concealed form and does � nothing to ipreVent them from doing THE WAR SITUATION TODAY go, it has deprived Itself of the right Intermittent attaolca by Uie enemy to complain -when a belligerent couii-alons the Solssona^Relms Hue con- ^..rrn'tJ^bl^d^^^r ^ tlnues, with a line or so of the Aiues th^y^j, its destination. Of ^�ourse trenches gained at an enormous sac- AmerlcaH merchants are entirely riflco of life. The ground gained has, within their rlght3',ln shipping,contra-however, become a "No man's lanj'- t^^^^^^.z^.^j^^ in that the withering fire of the A1-. cannot JusUy protest against methods lifcs' artillery had made it untenable T^jjieh wiyibelUgerent may ,tek6 to by Uie enemy prevent feuch contraband reaching Its mile attaJks of this descripUon enemy,- unless we are ready to a* 7! ,, . sume the responsibility of insuring iare gomg on along the lines in ^\est- 0,^^ that contraband is shipped opeh-prn Europe, witli no definite nor de- jy and honestly. ' termining advantage gained, the flght- ^he important point, however, is ing in the'eastern area aloag the East this: - AVhea we had an opportunltj' Pnissiaa 'border continues to favo.r to- protest wltti ^regard to the ylola-, I. , ,,, r.^r^UhJi tlon .of the-Hasue Convention con- the Russians who are now reported ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ territory, we held our to be pushing towards Koenigsberg, peace; but novr, when quesUons of "liaving advanced over, fifty miles into American ^iommerce arise, "we. protest, the enemy's country from the bordm Belgium. auffered, and w^e said noth-' . . r, . rrv� Ids; our\tnule suffers, and we spea*. of East Prussia. The enemy's nght questions of-honorand oblfeation in southern Poland has also anet with -vr^ keep.^ilepoe; we raise our voice a severe check, while his forces *e- only whta dbllafs are Involved: And fore Warsaw are pra^Ucally quiescent, this matter: la more dlsturt>lng be-1,1 . iu,v� ^ooii^Tr cause the only protest that we launch tieing unable taake any headway ^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ towards that city. (battle for liberty and democracy. To The engagement in the North Sea, those yrho regurd their nation's honor feccording to Vice Admiral Beatty'a J* ImpbrUiit as ita material interests  .1. - ^.t^y *r.n this Incident irlngs some sense of Jast, resulted in a greater toll Summation, and It brings disappoint-iDt loss to the enemy than was fltst ment to those who felt that they had Reported, la i^dditlon to th� sinking raasoh to expect from the present Of the Bluicher'th^ light cruiser kbl- admlnlstratipa an exhlWUon of Ideal-berg was sunk, thus disposing of^the 0,3^-firtUln should reply^s it last of a group of four, .similar ships, haa cboen -Intimated she would-that Df the previous three the Mainz and ao long 'as. contraband continues to the Coin were sunk last August In be. shipped, in concealed form and the fight o* Heligola^wMle^the -i^^^^^^^^ lAugsburg was torpedoed by the Rus- pugh aearoh, .but that in case of mia-8isma after it had bombarded Llfbau.' take; ghe.-wlil pay damages; to. be iWith a speed of 24 knots, an anna- A^ed iby friendly negotiations at the '"^'^v^rLfr r SB^^e,ru^?t*s^i?2 buUt at a cost of ?l,907,00O, the loss .asqulesce. The .only alternatives are, ofjthe Kolbergr added to her sister, on the one hand, to undertake re-Bhips, is one of considerable,-import- taliatory- measures which might,lead ' pnce to the enemy's High Seas Fleet. .� "^.f."?. J,^*^ �S '"'^ T to contemplBite. and, on the -other .:�--:-----.- . hand, to qontlnue futUe and Ineftect- U. s; VIEWS' OHAi. 8. PROTEST Ive protest*. Neither of these alter-, None of ua Wt io go away wlU. S^r^lSTttdLl^Sl^i^t the. idea that tjie United States .is says: " quite inconceivable Uiat united, in theivie-iy: that its commerce two;;Benaibae .peoples on the frlendll-baS been �nliirljr feeated by Gre^t ??.?'.5fi"tetmfl .with each other should Britain -during- this l^ar. William JS^^-rL'SriSS'^St''^"''^: Eoscoe Thayer, the-well-known his--feral principles of International law torian, In an article; In the Boston which will at the same time meet Herald, makes some pointed comment peculiar facts and pircumstances on the position bf those of his fellow ^P^ecedented -war." r-, Bitizena'Who^iave been objecting,to. ~ ;-:~----- the treatment of Aiherican commerce i1 England they call. German fab-fcy'Great Britak. He dMUred that: ilwitiona Potsdam lies. A kultured -Two dayii before,-the dispatch lot style of profanity, eh? : . President Wilson's note to the BritUh--�.- government he-^Saw^a letter from ^ Harry -Thaw says it is a longlane Harvard graduate, who is well knowu .__ , ^ . ~^ in .Boston? to a member of his famUy ^^Bbt have there. H� wrote Irom Copenhagen added that it Is a mighty long lane early In September and said that it" that hasn't Harry Thaw turning up �was exasperating, to see. a cargo of it fi.ej,enUy 'American copper landed on the dock. at Copenhagen  o,dd immediately, re- . 'Shipped to Germanyv Count Deroburg, who has been paas- > "We are aaked, as AmericaAa," ing to andi fro through the United : jvntes Mr. a-hayer.J'to take grMt^in- states In order to cultivate sympathy lerest in this protest, and the yeUow r.,J___ / press are doing wh^t they eaj^ to^o^-'^Brmaa cAme, Teceatty mnAe ereate t^e impi:as8lon t.hat-7lt may 4n- the ptatement: "We Germans love the yolve nff in serious dilBqultiea wltji Belgians who were forced into this England. iiBut-.why^b^d ye be ^r... And pray,'who forced, the.Be^' eager-toiback up the shippers of ;c6n, 1^^^ i^.k fh. t.' >.\L-^ per and.'pther-contiiband the war? Itrwas Qerm.any,. �who presnmablyi make but false manj- andif the Qeirmians love the Belgians lests, or no manifests at all, and are there Is one thing certain, the Bentt amply t^ng the risk, -which ,they naent'lsoiot reciprocated.-know exists, in-the hope of making - r large .profits. It would be ^ust as logical for this or any other govern-inent to protect smugglersi. "Say what we -will about the rights (Df nputral traders in war, the fact .remains that the fieUigerent which 1) : controls acces.s''to his enemy's coun-:. try isi not likely to allow war material to pass through., The United States �would .9)j6. 'tfte. first to iWock. the waj-; . and -they would quickly see through the subterfuge of a 'fence' like Den-. piark or;Holland.. ' I "If the-shippers Mf^ipermltted commodities would avoid the lines which connive at the loading of contraband cargoes, the British would very soon give up warranted Inspection of Am-� eritcan vessels." Referring to the strahge ideas of I,; neutrality that are being presented in Congress and in the press 'by certain people, Corner's WeeWy issues this iplain-spoken warning: '"The American people feel powerfully about thia war. They believe . that right and Juatlce are on the side ,; ofrBelglum and her allies. Consider^ tog. that their feeling is extremely P#jBtr,ong, they have been very thought-�^ their German-American friends yina neighbor?. For^ths American feel-"liig pt iffection for Germans is as ^. strong as the American feeling of dis-i approval tor what the German nation � Is'.'HOW doing. But If Ambassador "BemiBtorffi and the others who are manipulating ,a;>r prq-Perman " propa^ iga&da In this cbiintty -want to staS iamethlng, � they. ���Jltt, eupceed with .vcQPiPBratlvely: little'j.trouble. It n-Ill ifte easy to puah tli-^j pJo-Qerraan medT 41ing of these propagandists, paid Md, ibBBybody, to,>a .point where the '^^tim'Vi^Uo opinion would flame �i.lnto,-action Bttch as would make the jpjro-G/smjantf very >orry -Indeed." * , . .:-:*fThe'.:|)tttJook;'.' d leader of .'fbougtitt , in^the UnIt&d:SfaijM,. makes sdmeVer^' BMlble comments about t^e United If iLANKETS are luxuriously 'clean,"soft and fleecy when washed ^with LUX. Evely housewife knows that .blankets are very liable to shrink in the wash . .and become bard - and thick. LUX is the ideal preparation for washing blankets, all woollen t h i n g- 8, ftne laees, 'etc., because it caniiot shrii^k them, '  LUX is the economical cleanser - it dissolves readily in hot water-^ ' makes a foamy, cream-like lather which coaxes rather -than forces 'the dirt out of clothes. Sold at 10 ceato P ASSING FOR THB BUSY MAN THE SITUATION ; ON THE WESTERN' BATtLEFRONT Such little progresi has been made by the Allies in northern France and Belgium receiitly that ho great change 3f front Is notlceaible. An Indian who recently umderweht an operation In Bngland described the trench fighting is "monotonous." Ex-SENATi3R SULLJVAN DEAD �kineiton', Ont., Jan. 29.-The death .ias occurred :of an ex-oehator of Canada, the Ron. Michael Sullivan, MJD, at the age of'.T'B years. GCMANS SOLID CHOCOLATE MAHJEBUDS "Maple Buds" is a name which distinguishes a quality, a flawless standard of chocolate purity and deliciousness, rather than simply the form in which the chocolate is mpulded. . "Made in Canada." �At Saskatoon, over $80,000 in tta-cs was paid in December. Morloy S. Lougheed, B. A.. AVesl6y. College, Winnipeg, is the. Rhor Canada's third contingent, of the number are British lorn. Andrew Neunan, a farmer of Laird, Sask., alleged t� have murdered Henry Jeskie, of that "place, on Jan. 13, is still at large, a fugitive [rini the mounted police. � Mr. H: McCall, bne of the pioneers in the'constructioa of theo Grand Trunk Pacinc Railway,- has' been ptomotedJ'to. the position- of Superintendent witti jurisdiction . from Winnipeg to. Waterous. Thos: Williams, for the - past six years niarifcger ol the iNortherir'Crown Bankr'herel? has;-resigned to -go;'. into business. He is ..succeeded; by ,13. E. Mackay, .of.Brock, Sast.- i: The right of a German br Austrian resident to take suit in.the Canadian courts, if not regarded by >he law a& an enemy to the British Empire, has been maintained by t*e Ootitt ni peals of the Province of Quebec. Harry Sym6ns,-�>K.C.j'^ahd "Jt. F. G.'Hughes stand .exonerated Iiom one of three charges of fraud,,namely lhat laid in connectiofl lyith the .iflairs ot the Canadian Proyident Inyestmcnt Corporation, Ltd. ..: Hon. Michael Sullivan, M.D., ex-senator (Conservative) of CauaOa, died at Kingston after q long iJuess, aged 76 years. He was appointed to the senate in 1884, but -i-esis;ned o-jv-ing to ill-health. He also awvci'. as mayor and alderman for many y?aTS A short time ago the finding of .' l)oulde� containing $160 worth of gaa-ies for the constructitwi ot'a: section [Of the General Post part ot the new Union i3tatit�;-at-T6tdihto. The death is antibunMd,'- ait South-port, of Alexander ElStri-ffounder of the British ^nd African Steam Navigation company and ,the Eider-Dempster, line. He. was also a '^director of the Pacific Steam Navigat'ioh' company and chairman of- the.Steamship Owners' association. He founded the chair of naval arpliltecture in Liverpool -university, and held the, humane [Society's ;bxonze ntedalrfcff lifersaving. County wardens; elected'in fictario ,inolu4e the JollowihgV: iBrant, G. W, Cook.; Bruce, A lex. McGonnen-; Cir-leton,- Caleb Hardy,';. Duiferin, John Cobum ;- Elgin, Alex, MoColI -.Froa-tenac, W. J. Donaldson ; Hastings, C. H. Ketcheson.i;; Halton,. Duncah Campbell; Haliburton, W. G. Archer ; Huron, J; M, Govenlock-, aCent, G.I A. Fraser; Lennox' an^"Addington, Roberts.; Lincoln, Louis Collard; [Norfolk, George Hammond ; \Peter-boro, Dr. Hindred ; Perth, William Soott; Simcoe, A> P..Potter-,; . Victoria, Mr. Mulligan ; WelDngton, -E. E. Boyd ; Wentworth,, Jtohn Douglas ; Waterloo; W. C. -Shav/;; York; Jonathan NigTi; Grey, W. Calder;. Haiti imand, J. A. Sorge Essex,'., AVil-liam McCow�ick\ Renfrew, W. B.: Kuk ; INorthumberlwd and Durham; Al)i�rt*Cnldjwell ; Peely,,J. J. Porter- RM^s BodI Store Next Lethbndgl MAURICE PEQOUD Mr. P.SImms, the United Press-correspondent who has succeeded in visiting Verdun, found that Its. most valiant seriall defender is the,fatuous Maurice Pegoud who oiriglnated the "stunt" ot turning somersaults in an aeroplane in 1913, and who has. since been known as the "loop-tho-loop" man. - - WILL OF NICHOLAS BAWLF Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 29.-Winnipeg puhllc and charitable Institutions will benefit to the extent of $32,000 hy the wll of the late Nicholas Bawlf, Just probated by the Standard Trust Co. Roughly the estate, probates at $660,-000, consisting largely of stocks and real estate. Its disposition is as follows: St. ,Bonlface hospital, $B000; Winnipeg General hospital, $5000; Mis-erlcodae hospital, $6000; St. Joseph's Orphanage, $5000; 'St. Vincent. ,de Paul's Society, $1000, and Associated Charities, $1000. About $20,000, .was given in personal legacies, and the;*e-mainder of the estate was left to the family. COMB SAGE TiSA INTO GRAY HAIR Ladies! Try thl�! Oarkens biautl-fully and nobody can tell-Bring* back Its gloat and thlckiiesii. Common garden sage -brewed Into ai heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant; remove eyjsry. bit- - of dandruff, stop scalp ItcKJng and" �tailing hair. Mixing the^tK.!^and ^SUlphur: recipe at home, thiu|hr.1|;^FQUiileB0ine.. An. easier -wayitls to .get. me ready-to-uae' tonic, costing abduti50"ceion� youthful appearan&e ahd -'attractiveness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur,:nb one can tell, because it does it so naturally, so evenly. 'Fou just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw thia through your,hair,, taking one small trand at a tirne;.iby mdrnln� all gray hairs have disappeared. After ' another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, gioaay, soft and luxuriant and you appear yean younger. Sold by J. D. Hlginbotham C Co., Limited. ACID IN STOMACH SOURS THE FOOD Says Excess of Hydrochloric Acid la Cause of Indigestion. A well-known authority states that stomach trouble and indigestion .Is nearly always due to aoldity-acid stomach-and not, as_ most folks believe, from a lack of Jilgeatlve:juices. He states that an excess of hydrochloric acid In the stomach retards digestion and starts food fermentation, then our meals sour like gaUbage In a can, forming acrid fluids and gases which Inflate the stomach like a toy balloon. We then get that heavy, lumpy feeling in the cheat, we eructate sour food, ibelch gas, or have hearthum, flatulence, water-brash, or nausea. He tells usi to lay aside all digestive Editor, Herald: Under the caption ^Battery Boys are now in the Barracks at Pair Grounds," an apology of an He tells usi to lay asiae aij aiBBHuve j ____,_,,q i, adf aids and'instead, get from any pjiar- answer to my letter appeared In Sat-maoy four ounces of Jad Salts and'urday's edition of the Herald. The iii to the music of the Vicftrola is the favorite pastime. The One-Step, Hesitation, Fox-Trot-^ yoii can learn and enjoy them all in your own home^tb the perfedl music of the'world's greatetft bandsand danice orche^tra�-if you'haye.a yi(te(^ and Yidtor Records. Hear "Cecile," WaltB HeriMlioa by the CaAto Houae Orche^-Tkftor Record No. 35373, aind "I Want to Go Back �6 MIchlsMi,'* One Step by the Vkftor MlMvy Ban�-Vk�or Re-cord No. 35414-Adr "HU Maitor'a' Voice" dealer wiU b� glad to plajr tbem for you. ytcftrola IV $20 WHb 15 lu-iMli, MUtmtt VMer KecoefcrCT* nlKtiiefc row�wacliele*)-�Sa.SO Sold on.any tarmac if deaind. OliKr VkMbi imn $32;50to $300