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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta |�AeE FOUR q'HE LKTHBRrPGB DAILY HERALD 5  �VIA WEDNESDAY,JVlARCH 1, Iftlfi letbbrtbfle, Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ra\es: Dally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, ni-.r year ......*5.00 Ually, by mall, per year----v....$330 Weekly, by mall, per year ......n-OO prove llfl honesty., 11 Is true that nn Opposition by making olmrgcs freely, but without ItuowledKe of facts or cir-cumstancos, might keej) up a regular aeries of Investigations but an Opposition must taop the public too and the public \ylll render Its verdict gainst an Opposition of that sort. There Is no question but that Hon. Uobl. RoKcrs Is bcliind the Saskateh-cwan business..Hfe \vants to offset the iAfnnitoba exposures by blacRonlns Saskatchewan, and-lt may bo Alberta. Tic has very eager allies In tiip. i remnant of the lliiuor forces In Saskatchewan, who also want to Kot oven F)ICKED UP IN ASSINGCZZIl FOR THE BUSY MAN King Oeorgo'Invested Harry North-6ver, of tht Canadian ordnance, with the distinguished service brder. Three men wore ilrownod In a �moonshine still lilled with beer near Dahlbncpa. Ga. TE'>.EPHONES Business Office ......... Editorial Office ......... Dean "Marlon Itoilly of Hryn llnwr 1 College, 1ms resigned her post after iwlih the Scott government for abol- I'lght years of service. jishing the bar. - 1252 x-^. 1.1, . r . Captn n C. S. Klloy. the well known ........... I Notwithstanding these fu.ts Um, \vinnip.i; oarsman; will command tho ........... '" {Scott governjaont unist, if upud bo, fsth Held artillory to be raised in W. A. Buchanan John Tor'ance 1 grant judicinl luvest4galions all tho | Manitoba Managing Director Business JUuagor I waj- through so that'the people will i ^ , , , ', ;, a ". 1 iisiit. Kenneth I'egg, Lulcesters, is ibe salisned that all Is well. 1,,3,,,, ^.^uoA In the Persian gulf. i The Bradshnw charges against thoji.icut. Fegg went to England witli the ' members of the Scott.government read I "rst Canadian contingent. He was 21 j like Jokes, but there .will be people ! iwu. King uixd Country i>.eed Ytxx Rifjlit Now ' who will become suspicious, if these Angered becausu a divorced woman ' trivial charges are not tuUv inciuirod | with "whom ho was Infatuated went best that a thorough in-1 to church with another, a Norfolk. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The French armies are still holding! into. It Is ncsi imu a ...oxuus.. i ^v,----,,i,,e,,,,1s rival and severely firm on their front at Verdun and the jflotO- should be made. In referring to j ^^-omun. intensity of tlie German attacks these Ii,,uor interest charges the � to have been e^chaasted. The j Montreal Gazette, a very consistent Blue Ribbon Coffee : and , Baking Powder You arc invited lo try Blue * Ribbon jjufc food producLs entirely �t our risk. We guarantee them to be absolutely pure and to give, every satisfaction. If you are dis-iippointed in any way bring them back lo tbe store and have youi- money refunded. seems v.onservatlve newspaper, amusement that they arc expresses French official statement declares tbat the fighting has come to hand to hand encounters between Infantry. ^ The German otlicial statement claims jpubllo opinion Is very exacting in the capture of several more villages, j these days, and It will not be con- Mrs. John P. Arcbbold, daughter-in-law of the president of the Stand- MMESIN EiiiON HOUSE Kdmonton,r,Fob.; 2!).-The standing coramlttees wore (Struck, according lo tho report brouglit In by the aoloct commlUoe yesterday,' as follows: Klocflons-Hon. C. R. Mitchell,. Hon. .f. 11. Boyle. Hon. W. Gavlepy, .Mensis. .1. .MeNt\uphton(chairman), .1. O. Tur-goon, ,1. 1\I. Qiondoiii|lnK, T. M. Twco-dio, A. jis'. Ewing and S. H. lilllocka. .Miinlt)lpal law-Hon. M'. Garlepy, Hon.' p, Stewart, Hdji. C. \V. Cross, Hon.'.T. n. Uoyle. 0. P. Smith ichairman), ,1. G. Tui'geon, S. Lolling- Worn Out, Thin and Miserable Until Sl)8 Tool( "Fruit-a-tivBs;' P.m.mkston,'June 20lh, 1914. � "Stomach Trouble and jOlitressiiif lUadadics nearly drove mo v.'lld. Soma time ago, I got a box ofFrult-a-ttves," your famous fruit modloino, and they coniplotoly relieved mo. To-day I am feeling: fine and a physician, meeting mo on tho Htrcot, aslicd the rcoaon for made, but it also very well says, that , , 'ard Oil company, was bitten by a s'^r'o""'!" Irattlo-suake while shooting on her es- tate at Thomasville, Oa. W. A. Rogers and Miss Anna Games Bock were inarrie"d at St. j People'$ Forum RE NEW STREET CAR SCHEDULE neilr Editor, - Would you kindly aa well as a large number of prison-j lent until the entire matter Is eleared , (,,,^^^,^3 _ reeenlly. Each has only ml ,.>,.,i, ,,inf,-,n nf military ' up. one arm, the bridegroom having lost _____ ers. The whole opinion ui , , serious now more than ais right In an accident and the bride grant mo space In your valuable pap- experts Is that this great battle ma} j People ari, f^^'""^ '""/^ ^ her right. ler to express my views on the above; 'ever before. They demand absolute; ^ l,,,fnr�Air FrBfimnn finallv settles on honesty from our public men and �prove to be the end of the war so far as the western front Is concerned. Germany appears to hav? expended her last effort In her (jndeayor to break through at Verdun. There are Indications that Oermaijy Js preparing for a spring offensive against the Russians. - Jlen and sup-piles are being moved .up to.thls^front n great numbers. In, the Caucasian campaign _ thfe Russians are driving tbe Turks before them in a great sweep. ^Towns- along the 'Black Sea coast arc; being hurriedly evacuated. . � . ' The auilliary French cnilser Provence has been sunk In the Mediterranean. SASKATCHEWAN AND MANITOBA-A CONTRAST Though there has been a very evident desire on the part of Conservative journals to And guilty the members of the Scott government in Saskatchewan, who are accused of bribery, without the formality of a trial, ihe action of the members who have resigned their seats and asked for a honest administration by our governments. The governments that fail to obey the "Signs of the time" will suffer. ... ,, , ,. , , . , Uefore Mr. Freeniian linally settles on Having embraced the Uoinun Cuth- uis new car schedule 1 would like to , olic faith, the Rev. Charles U, Meyer point out a fow pointers. A day or two : 01 South Orange, N.J. fornierty an ago he told us through vour paper Episcopal clergyman, wHi bo orda ned that his new schedule was working Eubrieacon today, his tnirty-ilrst birth- flng. but that North Lethbrldge wasn't _ day anniversary. j,ulte gatisned. I wish lo state right  ~'- I , ~ . , here Uiat we appreciate Mr. Freeman's SIR THOMAS WORKING ON ' /}" aPPle on top ol yourhead endeavors to try mul please every- NEW CREDIT FOR BRITAIN '"'r'^UZ lU told 'his brother"""' f""^' "I' r�'�V'?" ''^ "'^''"^ 'i" |Ot Aurora, iii. tow uis nrotner Ar- too much to satisfy everyone you ai'o Ottawa, Feb. L'8.-Announcement , tnur, as lie Pointed a shotgun at^ his very apt to please none, , , , i^,, ^ , .... ,i,ivounger brother. Ho pulled the trig-wasJ nlRde thl^ mbming � that Sir. ^^thur was killed instanUy. Thomas White, minister of flnauce. ; Is now taking up the question of es- _____ - . . ^ , Another member was added ^^^^^ ^^^^ , itabllshlng a further credit for the ! Bridgeport, Conn., high Society when tj^j-wg i tlilnk we I imperial government. In Canada out Sadle, the only mother giraffe in Am- ,^ jj^^ consideration. I.......______ 'of which to pay for munitions and efica, announced the birth of her council to think wo are mean supplies purchased in this country. It third child, Phineas, named for Phin- ureludiced. on the other hand wo As a North L.e,thbridge ratepayer, I wish to remind Mr. Freeman that w^e , over on this side supply bim with very nearly half of the whole street car are entitled to don't want him ,1s understood that if he Is successful inew orders for shells, nninltlons and I supplies to-an amount ..of from $50,-000,000 to flO0,O0O,0OO can be obtain eas T. Barnum. WHY EYESIGHT FAILS BY A SPECIALIST Poor sight and bad teetii are due to the sanio cause-neglect. We neglect P. EwIng and Robei-^ Patterson. uhead and luho them. T/uy are doing Legal bills-Hon. A. 1.. Slfton, Hon. more for vou tk,r T ran � C. W. Cross, Hon. J. K. Boyle, H. � Fortunately, thoro, were Tories in Peel County with.a conscience, and they broke a\va^ fronf the party tihd fepudlated FhlllB, and Ill's ni,ethdd^. More fhan. tbat,.;the Peel electors' served notice oh' govern-' ments; Federal and Provincial; thdt graft must cease. Men are breaking party ties easily now and the electors will not stand for the governments, the parttoB and men, who would rob, the peoulo in order to satisfy tho party; favorites. MILLION HORSES BOUGHT IN U.S.A. BY THE ALLIES Halifax, N. S., Feb. 27.-Dr. F. A. Gough, of Halifax, veterinary surgeon, I ivho has spent the last U months jWlth tho British remcuul commission jIn the United States, la back in the i city. Ho says the commission has purchased and landed overseas 1,250,000 horses and mules* for the war, and that of all the animals bought only onn-slxteonth of one per cent, were lost. Two truneports. with ,S00 horsos each, were torpedoed. Dr, GougU speaks highly of the ef-flclehi organization of the remount Clan lainiiiur wiur mc lumiuia, t;,ci. i eoTnuilEslon under Gen. Benson, Can-If he has heve"r prescribed It, will toll i adlan oRlnor. A great farm of 1,000 you, that" It Is perfectly; harmless.-j acres was purchased by the commis- �slon in Lathro.i, Mo., and there the liorses were aKsomhled prior-to ship. Advertisement. delphia, was run down before his ; Bring the car from,North Lethbrldge motjiers eyes by a wa':on loaded with right down Third Ave., run along ,5th scrap iron as. salt cellar In hand, ho st. up to 0th Ave. to the fair grounds, made a dash Into the middle of Ihe Qring tha car from, the fair grounds highway toward several sparrows feed- ,iown tith Ave. right, along i5th St. to Ing tliero. 1 tho Hiidsoit's Bay'up to the depot I - ; along Sth St., then .on to Third Ave. , .Mrs. .Mice De Armon, aged 01, wi- up lo North Lethbrldge. By running ! dow, of David A. De Armond, who this way people v.-buidn't make the (represented the sixth district of .Mis- mistake of getting Into the wrong car jsouri In. the national House of Repro- at the bank the way they are doing sentatlves, was married In San-An- at present, as the nose of the car itonio. Texas, to William W. Allen, would be pointing the v/ay the car '; formerly a waiter In Butler. Mo. | was going. Again by running tho car - 'this way you are missing that uselnss It was learned at Chatham that the journey going around the loop which jresignation of Judge Dowlln, junior takes four minutes, and four minutes of Kent county, has alreadv multiplied by four cars means li! sacriflee both to the city and ratepayers to satisfy a few whimpering merchants' wants, some of whom don't know what they really; dd want. 1 am cf the opinion that the kicking of- Mr. Fi-ceman'a first chan.ge of ment. MODIFIED ITS ORDER Washington; Feb. 29.-The interstate commerce commission today modllled its order in the so-called anthracite coal case so as to allow the ;lln-^vlll be given a ret|rlng allowance . . _ ' and relieved of further resposibllity. , ute service as that' gives the motor _ ! man one minute a trip extra to come i Rev. diaries A. Sykes, B.D., of Vic-' f� on, and a!s6 by despatching n itorla. H. C, formerly pastor or Wes- """^ ''.f'' ney and Avenue road churches, Toron. YJ' one to North. LetHbrldge, the to, was unanimously called to the pas- other o the fair grounds at 6 minutes torate of Trinity Methcdist ciiurch, f that wpuld have a car Beriln. Ho w!!! succeed Rev. C. u from each place ^arriving at the - - �  ------- . ...� .Merchants bank at 6 minutes to file OF CANADA Mclrvlne, who comes to tho First MethodlHt church. Hamilton. The Williams. Grecna & Rome Co., Limited Berlin, Ontario 129 , hour, this service v.ould meet tho i wants of all employees at tho meal ! hour. What skipping the loop means to the city and ratepayers. Tho cars start running l! a.m. until li; ji.m., 13 hours a day; well, by skipping the loop and running on a 12 minute service, the same number of cars can make one round trip an hour more, that means 18 round trips a day; noT> to be on tho safe side, I will nuil'.o it 17 trips a day or 114 trips per v/oek -.................... - , incUidin,'? Sundays, which meana an- Vlncent de Paul penitentiary, Mont- iiually SOHS tripii extra. This loss of real, was found dead In his coll, he .'�iHHS round trips annually under the having hanged himself lo the bars of present system 1 consider too bi)5 a his cell window with an iroprovlsed , -- ------r-r- ' r-.--r=:i------�;-; ^-:r. rope made from his clothing. The dn-ceasud had .h".ont considerable ot hl:i lite behind prison bar.s. He was a burglar. The steamer Potomac, which stranded Willie entering l!alifax harbor on Saturday morning in a fog, was refloated and is now jiroceudlng to dock for examination. The Potomac was floated by the i:so of compressed air, after tugs had made several futile efforts to drag her off shore. John ilcCnrthy, a prisoner In St. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LET THE INQUIRY BE COMPLETE . Walter Soott must let the search-It^ht.thrQW'its rays upon the charges, no matter how. trivial theyimay ap-, peer, prefcr here, 1 voted for Mr. Frnenrui, and I have every confidence th".t ho is pi'c;iired to luv-id everyone, r!ch or poor, Iv.ibI-nesR arid prlv.'ito urop)o a ur-uaro (l?nl. S'.iould any of tlicso liyr.lnoss' people Itlck about their iisKesBuiont.juf.t rul'er them to iuA'X .Ificl-.sou; that's hir J;iu. If I have i'ufnod any ntm with niy abruptness or plain i-ricnklng Is It to niako invHoir thoroughly luideratocd as 1 neltlier wish lo appear oificlous or yet offensive. , . Thanking you In iiutiolpntlon and hoping you will give this letter as prominent a place In your paper us you posBlbly can, I remain, yours truly, . J. 11. BKllNARD. If what you Just ate Is souring on your stomach or ilea like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and einictale sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste In mouth and stomach headache, you can surely get relief In llvo- minutes; Ask your pharmacist to show you tho formula, plainly printed on these llfty-cent cases of Papo's Diapopsin, then you will understand why dysi peptic trouibles of all kinds must go, and why it relieves sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in Ave minutes. "Rape's Dlapepsln" is harmless; tastes like candy,' though each doso will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all the food you eat; besides, it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; but what will please you most, Is that ypu will feel that your stomach and Intes'tines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for biliousnesa or constipation. This city will have many "Pape's Dlapepsln" cranks, as some people v.'lil call them, hut you will be enthusiastic about this splendid stomach prepamtion, too, if yoii ever take It for- Indigestion, gases, heartburn, sourness, dyspepsia, or any stomach miseiy. Get some now, tliia,minute, and, rid yourself of stomach misery and, indigestion in nvo minutes.-Advertise-inenl. HUN OFFICERS DIE Amsterdam, Feb. 26.-The Colonge Gazetto announces the death of Rear Adminil i^immorman. ot Wllhelm-shaten, and that of Lieut Gen. Hansi Von Prittwitz and Gaftron at Brig. Give Your Wife an Interest In the .family's financial progress by opening a Joint Account In the Union Bank of Canada, in her name and, your own. You v/lll find it a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to the banking when in town, making deposits or>withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor. . G. R. TINNIMG, Manager H. E. SAND8>.Acting Manager PEACE CONGRCrSS POSTPONED benova. via Paris-:, Feb. 27. - The peace cbngrcfs ut Uerno bus br.on postponed until spring, only hall' of kitchen wony-or work, the dclegatos hulng able to attend. � .,, Fnirico has refuaed to Bond ropre-HontutlveB. � y ' Made in Canada, MAY BE LABOR LEGISLATION (-"�'�'�''. Fob. ?8.-m reply tu K. riUitionalii, the mlnlHtor of lubur said thui'the (luoatipp of Introd'.iciug legislation thia Bosslon lo amend tho Industrial dtuputes invBstisatiou act wr.8 Htm under ooiisldoratlou, e � Opens Tomorrow '  'J^h(^ Nc^w iStiuh'baktvi' (ianigo at 322 6th St. Soulh, will ()]ioii for liiis'iiiess tpmoi'.ro\v, Ouj' I'fpaii' iilant is up-to-date ;iu evpry tot .s|)(i('.t,, oarryiiiji,' a full line of repairs fof llii} iStiKlcliaki-r en,!'. .'Vlso a full lint: oC AcccS" sories, Tires and Tuhes. � H.av(.' now installed first class VULCAN-IZEli iiiid art! ])ri'])!ire(l to la-ke (tare of tire troubles of all kinds. . Full Line of New Studebaker Cars are being Unloaded Today -and 1 would ask all prospeoUve buyers of motor cars to call upd Inspect ilieauicara bofor.i making up your mind aa to wbat car you will buy this spring. An open coraparlBon la all we ank. ST J, T. QRA'.-JAM, PROPRlETOa �imiii �����iiiiMMiwiiiiirf"^"' 't^- 3331 ;