Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 6

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBU1DGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1915 DA1I-Y AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: felivcrcil, per year---- Daily, by mull, "per y'CHr..... .Weokly, by mail, per yenr.... 54.00 3.00 1.SO TELEPHONES: Business Oflicu Editorial Oliico readmit no fov'cr limn which III In Uio iaugungo ot llic siren'., in "eu- J J I U. W A Buchanan anasias Director John Torrance Business Manager SITUATION TODAY VL, All iguaft Ins eonio." In the agricultural depart- ment there wore 1ft dismissals and iiCAY men engaged. In tho cus- toms, 271 dismissed ami 1049 cd; iu thy dupartmcnt of Indhm Af- fairs, 135 dismissed and Uflii in the dcpartnu'iil of iiilnml revenue. 7U and -PI fiiyayed; in tlie interior department. 3H3 dismissed nud ItiSl in iiuniigr-.itinn department, HO dismissed and en- messed: in ihe dopurimont of justice. L'O dismissed and ongused; in the labor department, 21 dismissed mid (id engaged: In the public works de- partment, 511 dismissed and i'OQ.2 en- gaged; in UK- ilenarluient of slate, "0 dismissed aiiJ engaged; in the of railways, dismissed Rirmnrn nr iwiintu ur Allies Position Better Than Eve of Dardanelles Attack March France OlT.ll UviUill SU'Ytul I1UUCC OU United Stales yt'stc.rdiiy that hold Ll etop all at liberty hereafter to from Ucrinany. .A communication out- department of railways, 363 dismissed ljnms LCunsaU> on llic and iQTif in the department ihi- allies for the subman oi mines, J ciismissed aud 10o ensag-i warfare on nicrciiaiit ships concliuncil cd; bailie, oi purely local ira- 1 commerce, 13 lino of uorlance continue and 1 -Mn who pci- wiiii ihe enemy's gased in the Royal Xon Invest Mount- 1 al UIL, stlll udvances niailo by i likn a cast- of keeping tis in until the momeuLous sivuggle is limetl to Etart. In keeping -with flucLuating events of the war our interest has parlrnent, the customs Department to- Sccretary IJryan promptly apprised President Wilson of the move but declined to make ;uiy sUucmiMit. What the mi- turf, of the statement- is, is not dis- erate increase in Ilie force, but a look i flowed by tin: ambassadors who in- ai the figures of ihc nublic worts do- timated tbat thc state department I ivould make all announcements oi Of course there is some justiDca- tiou. Iu some departments for a mod- been uiken from locality ;o locality on [he map. The enemy's advance ou Paris. uliU-li at lirsl elisrossed ai- leniion. rave ivay afler ihe uatiles of iho Marne and Aisne 10 his attempts 10 reach Calais and Dunkirk. This in uirn suimiilled itself to the march on Warsaiv, ihe lerriHc battle on the banks of the Uzuni ivhicli Eteuimed the enemy's invasion. Anil so on our mind's eye has journeyed irom one point of the war map to an- oliier. The centre of interest has now thaiifr-il to the Dardanelles, with the fale 01 Consiantiuonle hanging in the The .Vjialo-Freuch neet has a foraihlab'.c task before it to emerge sKccssinlly through the fort-hound tiraiTS, and it will- be a triumph for I'.ml intrepid liaring when the enJ is sac.vssfuily achieved. the fket, tho'jsh tempor- delayed fay iDc-lejneni weather, is on its way. vmh the outer batteries guarding tiie unrrowest L-hanuel silenced. l apnlicaiion oE the spoils PICKED UP FOR THE BUSY The number of prisoners of Canaii.1 is crica.u government in recuftiuiiic the i validitv oi the proposed measures un-j til- the text oi the declaration to be i made has hi-en ciumilly examined. PRE.M1EK ASQUITII AX OPTI- MIST I London, March premier in IcuuUnm'iis liis blockade speech yesler- day, pointed out that on April first i the war wimld have lasted 310 days; with an average expenditure oi daily. Alter mafc- ing full aUoYt am.-? for all items not ji in the natuie ot recoverable the daily expenditure would oot work1 lout, less" than The total FAMOUS ACTKKSSES IN" SUKGEON'S HANDS KoMowinK the ainpulalion of Surah Uernhardl's Ice, Miss Kilcn Terry has be-en fo submit lo an operation for the removal of n cataract. The condition saiit Lo be fatisfactory. ?s Ottawa Letter Farm Implement Using- "War" Tariff' as Excuse, arc .Boosting ing Will Cost Plows It Hits Hail ways and Agents are Springs is Case in Point. Calgary, March ilrs. John. Frascr, sister of the law j amount untier votes for credit the preliminary lor posi-M Sir Oliver died at Kindlon. .current fistal vuar tiou oi iour years wiiich rcsulictl Rev. Dr.. Joha U'akeficld, a super-JGOO.OUO represented broadly thc differ- in a deadluck and a disastrous strike 1 animated Methodist minister, died in expenditures on a peace and in the coal mines oi Ciov's Nest Methodist minister. Toronto. .Mrs. Harriet taoulhworth. her i in expenditures- on a-peace and in tlie coal mines oi Ciov's Nest war fuotinc. IPass, a conference min- i iUn TO M'-IF-S 'ers in Diairicc IS, Of the total ers oi Alueria will oyca in Ualgary ville. rppresi'ntcJ advances ior war expen-! today. i Ilcv. J. .C, .Sycamore, pastor of) ol- thc Dominions ami the The parties to ihc m-oliaiions will First" IJiipt-isL church, has j L-rmvn colonies in addition TO which be 01 tne Vnucci jlme one huiidrediii year, died at Brock-! A- SUPPOSITION AND A FACT Suppose ihe election of commission- ers in were purely politi- cal, and suppose the commissioner- ships carried with them a patronage system. Then Eiippose that tomorrow the three commissioners were turned out of office, and a new set of a duiereut And suppose the commissioner of .finance fired five men of the present staff and put ten oC his friends in their places-. And "ihe commissioner of public works fired three and replaced them wilh twelve political supporters. And the commissioner of public utilities followed suit. And aJl in hard times, with a fall- ing revenue the city In the face. What, n-ould tbe.ratepayers of Leth- fcridije say? .What would they not say? There vv-ould iie a howl go up .that would be heard the length and breadth of the land.-. Tiling meuibers{ of -the staff, off Llie- bat for purely political rea: Kons.wpujd..bc bad. firing, them replace with- party friends to the tune of about three to one would be the last straw. That's merely a. supposition, bat- a, very understandable one, fooc the bills by direct taxes and vie would feel the strain in no unmistakable Tray. -But after all it's exactly what has been done in Canada since September l9Uj only the actual performance has been on a grand scale. The only difference is tbat we have not felt the direct drain on our pocketbooka because "the cost bas been borne 'by indirect" taxes. But we are coming'-to the ditcct taxes" now. The new "war" taxes Tvhfi'-h are really 'being levied to -bolster Calling current revenue and pay the bills of all the hundreds oi unnecessary party employees are di- reel taxes, direct as though tlie city of Lethbridge were to tax us twenty-five cents estra on every light or water ibill. Getting down to cases, we disclose the faked figures either, tut a government report tabled in th< House: During a discussion in the House of Commons a, few'daye ago, it came out that while 'the'various' departments making many places for their .political friends by dismissing UIOTO .who had jbeez.appointed prev- ious four times as' many new ...The not com- plete were not included -'and." the Tepqrtfl'-were dated Kccepieil a call to Holyoae Mass. 10 workers and oi to'ser-i Western Canada Coai Operator. coiiunued. "It is probablv witnm the Lake LS miles south oi-Sas- :atoon, committed suicide Saturday jy sLootiug herself through the heart with 'a revolver. Dr. Evans, a young Vancouver phy- sician who was" injured Saturday ai- lernoon in a dynamite explosion on the line ol the Pacific Great Eastern railway in Caribou died Monday. was a' son of H. Evans, master mechanic "of the C. P. R. Thc United States government has decided to build 22 submarines at to be of the seagoing type. Rev. R. C. Pollock, of Pense, Sask. was elected as new moderator of ths Kegina Presbytery, succeeding Rev. Vf. Lumsden.' D. C. MacKenzie and L. C. Chris- tie were nominated for mayor of I added reierrmg to Fort Francis, Ont. Elections will be I showihow the cost ad- 'beTng-fcept up and the Canada being uaed for the benetit'of the political During the up til! last appointments March 31. nark to say ihat by April 1 we shall The stage is all President Phil- be spending roiishlv daily" HP5 aud the delegates. Pre- above the normal." sident Louis Stockett ana many ot; The vote credit ior is ihc operators are in town and the ihc largest singl'1 vote ever put be- history making assembly will meet in fore the House. It will cover the per-; The Herald building at.3 o clock this iod to the second week of July. jaitcrnoon I Thc prssfdent, Loute H. Slockett.-i ATTACK ON DARDANELLES i wh'i manages the Canadian .Paciuc; Referring to thc attack on the Bar-j coal ventures, and Secretary W. F. ilanelles, the premier said tbat there ZlIcNeill of the Wcsieru Canada Coal' had been no impairment of strength Operators' association, have been in of the allies in France or in Flan- i constant touch lately on the matter, ders as a result of the withdrawals The majority of the irom Ont., Fob. years thu fnnners have1 hcsii advccalins -1 renicval of tho duty on agricultural npiiw. Ai ihe 1tisi suEHion Lhe duty nil aud bind- reduced by 5 per cent. The Liberals at this time came out flill- footed for the entire removal of the duties, not on liar VPS tors alone, hut on r.l! iiupltjir.ents. A vcta was lala-n and iliG Conservatives voted solidly against this iirojicsition. What has hapyenrd under tlie new war tariiT? The harvesters are exempt from the per cent, increase1, but all oilier ITU en ts po uu per cent., so tha maiiurncturers get that much additicn- iil pro I ec lion, llfiro are the figures, and it v.-ni he noticed that the ihlagc iinjilements -are affected, the instru- ments required in carrying out [he "prodifcnon and more iiroductiuu" pol- icy of the government: Old Duty New Duty Plows...........20% Drills...........20% l Cultivators.......20% Harrows........20% Wascns........'15% Halres........ 20% Stra'ft- cutters 3ii% Grain 35% Threshing machines 20% On Lhe' tliresliini; machines aJone the duty is increased by about on an imported machine. men ior service in against Turkey. the campaign j Lethbridge, Taher arjd the Crow's I Nest are expected iff town today held on March 8th. Wallace Harper, accountant in he Quebec bank, Edmonton, died !rom concussion oi the brain received during a friendly hockey match play- ed recently.. Fifty Edmonton Chinamen are an- xious "to enlist and beat their propor- tionate share of the defence of the empire in the present wai. William -Timms, bricklayer, oi Eng- jsh nationality, was found dead, due lo heart failure in his room in tha "Montana Block, Medicine Hat. short- We shall continue to give the full- j time for the meeting. Only two had c-st and most effective support; 'arrived up to late last- night, John western: Urown. or' ;J. C, Reid 1 for the1 The mining delegates are W. L, "Xeither has there been _ purposes oi the Dardanelles opera-1 Phillips, president, Fcrnic Gra- any. weakening of the grand 'ham, vice-president, Ferric; D. tions fleet. The enterprise was carefully I Reese, international board member of j conceived with distinct political, the district A. J. strategical and economic objects." treasurer Cf. Bcllcvue R.; The Premier said ihat the opera- Oakes, Hankhfad H. Nugent, Taber I lions against Turkey again illustrat-jR. Garhiitt, Corbin R, Bcacd, Micii-j pd the close co-operation among J. Johnson, Gcleman F Perry, J thc allies Fernie D. McN'abb, Coalhurst J. The piemier relerred to the splen- TV. Morris, Btazeau, and W, Larsen, Lethbridge. The Dardanelles operation also dcm- The Liberals argue that these, in- ercascs building up the protection wall as they do, wii'i add to the price of (he -machines. The Canadian imple- ment manufacturer is not going LO bo content to allow the Dominion treas- ury to benefit alone; he ia going to get a bettor price. The manufacturer JH already adding to the price. H. YV f-lutchinson, a well-known Winnipeg implement mnp, -and viceVprfesident and managing director of the John I Deere Plow Co., said In an interview that Canadian manufacturers were In- 'creasing the prices. "Walking plows Will advance from one to two dollars over the eld price; sulky plows will increase four dollars; .drills Five dol- lars; snnZ plows six dollars; disc plows nine dollars. --Mr. HutchinBon says there will be similar advances iu afi oilier farm tools. extra price, remember, ia going to Ihe .man- the Dominion treasury, tic is able to make the demand be- cause he tins been granted increased protection. That is the way Lhe new war tariff will 'work. (lie revenues increase or not, thc fttctui'urs will put up the jjricGs of their products. AFRAID SHE Suffered Terribly Until She Took "Fruit-a-llves" ST. JUAN DIC MATUA.'JAM. zjth- "Aflcr suffering for a long time with Dyspepsia, I have been cared by I suffered much Hint I would not ilure cut for I tifmid of dying. years ago, I received samples of I- did not wish to try them for I had little 'confidence in them but, seeing my husband's anxiety, I decided to do BO and ;it once I felt relief. Then I Bent for three boiey and I kept improv- ing uiilil I was cured. While sick, I lost several pouiids, but after luting .1 quickly regained what i had lest. Now I eat, sleep and digest well in u word; I am cured, thanks to Fruit-a- lives MADAM M. CHARBONNEAU 11 Fruit-a-Livcs ia the greatest stomach tonic in the world and will ul way 5 cure Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia aud other Sionnich Troubles. 5oc. a hot, 6 for 50, trial size, 350. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruii-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa. Roy Hennett TV as arrested at gate after he had disappeared Madame Sarah Bernhardt, whose Tne AEamemnon, the predecessor of leg was amputated recently, is mak-. ing normal progress toward recovery, according to a dispatch from Bor- deaux. One and a half mills has been cut 'rom the Saskatoon general tax which now stands at 10-i mills. This is m addition to ,1 reduction of sis- cen par cent, in the assessment. Three railway mail clerks working in the Alberta division have small- 3 ox. and as a result it SB reported all railway mail clerks throughout Caa- Eda may have to be vaccinated. Charles Frederick King, 33 years i old, a prisoner brought to the pro- vincial gaol at Brandon from peg tu uailcrgo a twelve months1 sen-' lence for theft, .committed suicide in his cell at the gaol early Saturday morning. Cranbrook with he .had stolen of. police, Percy Adams; had .hcen feed- 10 liad told him a hard before known, the dreadnought. Referring to the .new credit which the government presented, Mr. As- yuith said i "The is making this pecuniary demand with the full con- viction that after eeren months war the country and the empire every whit as determined as ever, oi are THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE ALLAN LINE Winter Sailings ST. JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling Halifax one day later. S.S. Coraican ..........Mar. 12 S.S Hesperian .........Mar. 19 Scandinavian ._----Apr. 2 S.S. .Corsican .Apr. 16 S.S.Hesperian........April 23 Excellent Accommodation avail- able in All Claaacs We can bring out passengers from England, Scotland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark. Hol- Finland and.Russia, to any point In Canada. Full Information and tickets can be secured from your local S.S. or H.R- Agent, or W.'R. ALLAN, Gen'l N'Weil Agt WINNIPEG. needs he at a cost oi all we can com- mand, in msn and money, to bring the righteous cause to a triumphant con-1 elusion." IRRESISTIBLE ADVAN7CE IS .COMING "There is much to.eDCOiitagc and stimulate us in what we see in the aid of Belgium, or Scrvia, and in the undaunted tenacity wherewith our al- lies hold their far-flung lines, until the moment conies ior an irresistible decisive advance. "We have no reason to, he other than satisfied with the progress of recruiting. I can assure the house thai with all the knowledge and ex- pcriencs gained by ILe, government WB never more confident than today of the power and. will oi the allies to achieve ad ultimate victory." ENEMY SUBMARINES TO DARDANELLES Geneva, via Paris, 'March 3, 10.10 .Austrian licet consisting of sh Ausiro-Germnn submarines accom- panied by several tt-rpedo boats and turpptio boat destroyers, left Pola, the Auslrlan naval at (lay for I ho Mediterraneai the Dardanelles, according to a dii palcli to a local which bases itn report upon what U as InCorniaLlon received from' a reli- able source from Trieste by way of iDnshruck. The fleet is -said to IIRVC been last reported off Corfu. As near pcriection as you can get in aivn yeste-r- 1 n, bound for Lincoln is Hiving a motor ambulance to the Uctl Crobs in France. SANBORN CHASE MONTHEAL 153 The railways nre practising econ- omy a. vengeance. "Wherever a dollar can be saved. It ie hutng saved. Undoubtedly the railroads are hnrtl liit by the present depression. They are asking fcr an increase of freight. Kites in the east, in order to bolster up their falling revenues. Chairman Dray ton has tolil the railways they need not ask for an increase in ihe west. It would be a waste of Mme. I-Io'wever, he is allowing them to ecoii- omize, and is consenting to the remov- al of agents from n gretit many sta- Lions, so that expenses can be1 cut down. One oE the stations affected is purple Springs, just cnst Leth- bridge. Alberta. Mr. Buchanan, who represents this district. Interviewed air. Drayton, and .presented n. protest from the rural municipality of Purple Springs, ft tva's fruitless, as Purple Suriiitja revenue did not come up Lo a certain figure and, under the commis- sion's ruling, the agent is allowed to ho removed. Mr. prayton, however, is sympathetic. While ho sees the rail- road's side of the case, lie remembers thc public, too. In his.ruling, granting the C.P.R. permission to discontinue the service of its agent, It Is subject to, and uoon'tliQ condition a ccre- I taker be appointed to see that the stations are kept clean and heated for the accommodation of passengers on the arrival and departure of trains, and to care for local freight and ex- press matter. The chairman ot the Railway Commission assured Mr. Buchanan that .as soon as conditions Improved Purple Springs would have its re-instated. A fifty-thousand bushel crop tributary lo this Elation necessitate Lhe appointment of: an agent there again. R.E.W. Favor School Consolida- tion-Foremost CONTINUED FROM especially well located to take care of all students, and to aid toward an economical handling of the school bus- iness. This arrangement will prove of spe- cial benefit to the Buffalo Head die trict, as the increased1 revenue -vill finable it to pay off i's indebtedness without issuing furtheV debentures, and at the same time provide a lower rate of school taxation, the levy for the current year already belDg ?6-CO per quarter 'less than, last-year. Inspector Morgan of brid'ge 'was here Tuesday and assisted in appointing a board of trustees to servo Uie new district, which is com- posed as follows: Inspector Morgan, chairman; A. D. Meduurst, represent- ing the Morgan district; Edff. Beatty, representing the Buffalo Head dis- .riet; G. L. Schlnoer, secretary-treas- urer. Until the time of removal, school ill be conducted at the Buffalo Plead school, with. Mr. Vincent in charge. FUNERAL OF HAZ'LEMERE, RESIDENT Macleod, A'ita, March fun- eral of Frank E. St.. George, .a resi- dent of the .Hazlemers district icr many years, toolt from the'-Ro- man Catholic Church on Saturday last, and was largely attended by the ranchers of the district. Deceased, was only 34 years of age, came to this'district with his parents wlum a boy, and lias resided hero continu- ously Eincc It at tlnie. For seme two years past he has been in very delicate but hit-, rjc-atli came unexpect- edly, as a days -was 'n tov.'ji rasing alimit his papers for hia homestead on which ho had recently proven UP- Ills father and mother, Mrs. A. SI, Grorso, er., 'antl 'five brothers finrt onu fister, ail crwliom live In the district, are JpJt'to mourn liIu-loBS. Ulinnesola bss granted the counties tho "disposition of. iir'ohibitlon'issues. Favor School Consolida- tion-Barons CONTINUED PROM-FRONT PAGE Those in favor of the movement were well .pleased with Mr. Morgan's address, and they saw many places hero he had over-estimated the coat, EO that the total cost per quarter sec- tion wou'Jd be materially reduced from the estimate he placed thereon. Mr. Morgan explained every detail of. the operation of consolidated schocls, and even those who 'were ag- ainst "the plan In the beginning are be- ginning to look upon it with favor. The net result of the meeting was an. application to the minister for a date when consolidation might be con- summated, and placed before the rate- payers for approval or rejection. The proHpect of having available high school facilities wan parttcularly attroctive to the farmers, and it is ex- pected tbat they will strongly en- dorse the enterprise. While farmers throughout thc arc being cautioned against sowing all their land io wheat and are being nrjjed io raite some oats and barley, no mention wluitcver has been made ci Ilax, and very lew farmers havo made preparations to sow this valu- able croji. Thc high price of wheat is tempting ihPiii to chance more than usual on this crop, but they forget.that oats, barley and (lav.will also bo high. .Mr." J. C. Haiirahan, the local grain dealer, brought the matter of das I raising to the attention of thc Hcr- j aid, and it is his advito to now at I least a portion of the land ready to liax for pulling. He quotes the fol- lowing from Dun's Ilevieiv Linens arc becoming scarce and pric- es are being moved, higher every week. The iindcilying cause is tho shortage oE RAX brought on by tho war in Europe. Contributing causes are the requirements of coarse liucus for war purposes, Lhe very high rales of transportation and the inability to guarantee deliveries even when prices asked can be paid. Klax values have already reached levels never before known in thc trade. Belgian and Rus- sian supplies have been cut oft, and German and Austrian home require- ments are taking all that is available in those countries, while Dutch and Irish supulies am limited in volume and arc being taken at any price for which they can be bought. Mills abroad' are now running to hut CO per cent, of their-capacity and leading jobbers in this-coaatry havo been notified that supplies may not be coimlcd on after June 1. Even though there ;s. doubt as to whether consumers will want to pay the pric- es that are likely to be asked many distributors are selling forward de- liveries subject to their ability to have orders given now filled at any lime in the near Future. Several man- [ufacturers of linen" damasks and other household lines have already changed over their looms to cotton Roode, while the domestic mills that can, make cotton damasks have a gceat deal oi. business iu hand, some of them running at night to fill orders, agents arc agreeing with buyers that deliveries of'the'goods will" not be forced if prices when named appear tup. high. While cotton goods of many hincls can readily be substituted lor nearly all purposes for which linens arc used, the latter at any price will continue iu demand to some extent, but from present advices there Is lit- tle reason to hope for any reduction for at least a year" to come. ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CIOUT BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS A simple, safe and effective i retire eni tvoIA- ing drugs. Used success for 3S yeiri. The air carrying rhc with every hrcoih, -.-unkcB eny, and slo chc CrcjolenciBlnvaluahlc to mo I hers viih jeunt cbllJreii and a Boon i o suffercra Irom Send us jtonlal Jar. dticriptii-c booklet CR E3 OLE NESTCO. The Union Bank of Cmfa gives a Modern Daubing Senice There li a growing tendincjf. which we have always foster- ed, toward closer relations between business men and thejr with a broader and more valuable service from bank to.customer. Open an account with the Union Bank of and take advanlage cf the exceptional facilities which our 320 Branohw enable us lo offer.. OF CANADA GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A, B. KING, Acting Mimoo' G, R. TINNING, Manager ;