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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LETHnmnr.E DAILY H K R A T, D THURSDAY, MARCH -I. Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Dally, delivered, per year..... JJ-00 Dally, by mall, per year...... Weekly, by mall, per year.... during the next week. Tho bc' hind Ihc plough IhlB summer will measure up wllh lllc soldier In tho tranches. nnd llio business man should do hia aharu lo holp. Business Offlra Editorial Office. School consolidation In (avor lu die soulli. Bnrons, Foremost and KeUuw illslrlcts are all considering aucll a move. Tho Warner district llio example, and if Warner real- lacs hor hopes In tills direction therr will D.I consolidated schools in J EoalJi in the nest live roars. The Herald's Mnjor General Sum Still a Live vatives Arc After Him but Ho Haps Them Too if They Arc in His on Grafting is the Auditor Kxposes Some "Rotten Deals in War Supplies. The German blockade bas been lost In the shuffle. Murinc insurance con- 1 -Major-General nil binoculars purchased The amount siill a live topic, paid for lisures lo the oflecl that W A Buchanan John ppoTL, ordinnry risks of llio sea ManaginE Director lluslness Manager morQ IQ lbo Ottawa, March Samuel Hushes is hers, but "he has the support oi I're- ill, liner borilen, who so far lias reinsert I demands thai lhe mill- cal cfs much vaunted submarines. THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The pendulum Is again swaying In Poland, and the Russians, with reinforcements, are reported to he tumg a vigorous offensive and dm" taK back the enemy towards lhe dm ol East Pnissia. in process of "ankm repetition after lhe great battle ot T.innenbers. when Von Hindenbers Ewung the Russian line back lo the Nlemen. the Russians have agsin "come hack" on the enemy. The much battered Austrian army appears to have revived once more, and is taking up lhe offensive against Russians along the river San. With its forward and backward movements, with victory and defeat alternating on either side of the for- ces opposed, the campaign in North I Poland and Galicii has been j istrr oi should bc removed ROCS his own way use 0 Instruments of piracy. lit I they are ool Tory M. I'. uui 5, howc.or. barber has jr Slfton has opened til Investigation into Cn U.U..UB system. He favors smaller iiv uui banking institutions which will be di-JHe'is a worker. pendent on the communities where j orders a'nd in lhat case they will see to it thatibe iolim, al 7.30. He is they help those to whom they day man, cither. His day 00 has g M 0 million dollars. Tin' auditor does Q laml, HO THKATS HKK (JKHMAN VHISONKKN no ends ui> iii-ii LU- I a'liardship (or some lavoretl money to make the most o( u. mostly at midnight. RICKED UP IN SSING THE EUSV MAN Take l'-e rase in which Hie ilvug clerk in the Cailct.m M. I', s pstah- It is icing revealed Hint there is ,vas intrrrslrd. His name is much grilling bl'iuc nrarticeil m mil- ilia bill -M.vor-Grnrral Suin is iH't hi'ld responsiDle. He cant i watch eveiy detail. Ho is down on 1 the Tatters. The other day he spok: al Madoc at the opening oi an arm- i on. Martoc is in a stronglv Conser- 'vatiic riu'ins represented hy K. Noill.rup, K. C. Sam spoke out in w ami according to the Helle- Ini-liifencJr. a Conservative pa- per published by Sir Mackeiuic 1 c I'li '-iie maiic one oi hi! fighting the speeches during which l.e declaieil there was one "reason, if no olhcr that 'ow.-ll and he w.is onlv a clerk in llic M P.'s pha.nr.aev. The contracts am secured ior him by he M I', j Powell claimed he was only making a nrolit oi 5 per ci-iil. I It acconi'-ni; to Mr. Brown, director ot columns in lhe Miiilia j D-p-.rlinciu thai Mr. Powell's prolit was not per rcnl.. hai 5 cents each, or 311 per cent. i..cie.u.c -ur. Brown wrote Mr. "owc-ll calling for a rriund of lhe between a per which Mi. (i.uland. vl.c M. Krank Sullen, the Enlish author Funeral in.lilary honors of Herman in priioa cami- at Soulh-KiKl-on-Kea. FOE coAST I Yejrnon, B. C., has sanctioned ex-: ers. iucnniturc of on a drainage (10. PATRIOTISM AND PRODUCTION The subiec-t of -Patriotism nnd duction" is one which, at the present lime vitally concerns every cituen in citizen, is dead, the Dominion The campaign which! chief oi Police Cuddy is being launched lowards furthering 11J" increased production is one which public should enlist not only the interest. .Mordcn, oi Mordcn, I Canada's auuilor-L-cneral over and Morden's cap uiisteful expend bc dismissed. He is a irej of Calgary, ]antp Md points nul c.'ils, without position in the Oi punishinent. lie lias just made Toronto. some repelatinns, which show that Vicloiia public SL-hool, Kingston, (he war "is being used hy contractor ten rinn iinpnpri .m-i- ninnpv nlir ni thB Per "-oods li-i1-? been purchas-j stop cii'iroi.T-Ul to lin I or cent, less from I II" lhe iciiil.u- wholesale trade, and think t t iin uriier amounting to over MS.-J COO should not be paid ior at retail pnues.'1 The followini; arc some compari- sons oi prices paid hy Powell and the Militia Depart- .vluch cost Irat also the enthusiasm of one and lerday. hose wason on which he :iren to production, and the supreme paid for binoculars when collided wiih a street car. neei of the same, out the following stimulate agrieultur ists, and to brin- Uome to them the Twentv-oao directors The assistant emigration 10 Canada in London. Eng- the loss of land, thus draws attention "There will probably be in tie four continental countries at Germany, Bnssia and Austria-Hungary- Can this enormous reduction in supplies of breadstuff be made up elsewhere? Canada last '.year had twelve million acres In wheat, and assuming a big effort is made this year, and 50 per cent, extra he realized, with ?0 per cent, in Aus- tralia and 10 per cent, in India, it would only mean an Increase of twelve million acres. Imicii uiore will he required, and Canada realizes it I A Kruish armored moior in th landing of troops by lhe Germans. e street, oi V.r.oulh rcadv to protect that town any possible. naven HCLU New York Federal grand jury ior vio- lating the anti-trust law. Albert Beiler, of Medicine Hat, charged with burglary, who broke ____ iail, was sentenced to 2 years in Ed- fortv million acres of wheat snd rye penitentiary. Charles Becker's application ior a new trial on the indictment charging him with the murder oi Herman Hos- cnthal was refused by the Supreme Court. The Hon. Terence Canyngham plun- THE ALBERTA LEGISLATURE A Glimpse at lhe Lawmik-rs From Press Gal'ery cepted as the policy of his party, nor yet a serious deliverance from a party leader. CLAUDE GKAHAM-WIIITE, AVIATOR e on. l-et, only son of Baron Plunket oi the (Special correspondence) very neu. His criticism of the gov- Eumonto, Alt, Maren 2.-The de- .n ,or 1LUIIIU11LULI. .ILLI.--I-. bato in reply to the gpeech from the J Throne did not start with any out- j rone n sianding indications of a scrappy ses bet oniv son 01 DUI-UU i-iuimn u, sranains u county 6t Louth, Ireland, is in Rapid j slon Oi course, the City, Man., and coctemplates farm-jM is, and for not spe provided in the L heard linse and c ihf! estimates, has g'LLii on the. res- province. He The mcst nolnwnriny fralnrc oi lhe leader's arl'JrrPs ,vas hi- condemna- tion of Ihc- Indirect meiiisd of nisii.a revenue.; for the province, nnd due ar- lhat he prcfL-rred direct taxation. .hist whether llio farmers, merchants I nnd vn will stand for this i method oi letllns the trust comp-ini-'s, ami cut, and i a syllable. -ovtsrnnient-ownec JL L.IC: :ediE has not yet arrived, and r.o i tn nut down in seed every George Gibbons, was nominated at: making. Hc bas orisinality and her mity to put seea ,aBt evcning by [l2snes of humor, and, if ue possible acre to meet what .win ue nu f Liberals to contest the Dominion t0 ;t a fair promise of an mde. eitraordinary demanil." An authority like Dr. Gilbert Slater, Principal of Ruskln College, Oiford, Eng., while estimating that less than forty million acres of the European countries will be put out of cultiva- tion, placing the figure at anywhere between eighteen to twenty-five mil- .lion acres, has this to say: "If the world's average harvest is IXJIlVtrllUUU 111D1. "J ISlOnal 1123I1CS UL Liberals to contest the Dominion t0 ;t, a fair promise of an mde. fat. pendent mind. John Geo. Hess, collector of cus- .Mr Jlontg0mery enjoyed the dls- toms, Stratford, for the past 21! of drawing a pleas- years, and Conservative member ol compiiment from the leader of the parliament for North Perth from 1883 lo 1890, died Saturday night in his 77th year. ilfrcd YVegmiller was found in the lavatory of the Ametican hotel, "iloose Jaw, with his throat cut irom ear to ear, and died while being tak- en to a hospital. A grand jury in Montreal returned men raft eood will be none too cheap; fmuu L moderate yield, bread wil, be dear; and if; bad, it will be nearer conduction of a sewer, which famine prices than this generation !cost Jloo.UOO more than it should. Heavy seas, which drenched her decks, saved the Norwegian oil tank- er La Habra from destruction by fire alter her main oil tanks and deck structures had been ablaze ior three nays of Portugal. has ever seen before. Canada can Increase production BO per cent., i.e., sLt -million acres, will have reason to be grate- ful to tile Canadian fanner and to the provincial governments that are aid- ing them to make such a splendid contribution. A 'bold policy to encour- age fanners to make the effort will Dot only contribute to national secur- ity In the hour of need, but also will bring a continual social and economic gain In .coming years." Opposition. Mr. Michener said that it was Mr. Montgomery's personal stand- Ing in the community, nnd not the gov- ernment's policy which, won the bye- election In Wetankiwin last full with such a thumping majority. This must have been a tickler for Mr. Montgom- er's ears, but what of the defeated candidate, -who entered the fight with Ji-- Michener'E. benediction? If the fight was between men, and not on policies what a left-handed wallop the leader handed the victim of the fray, who now to the disgust of losing depo'it must add the humiliation of a repudiation by his leader as a man of no standing in the community. I-in- lay Watson is drinking dee? of the In- the (Oinraon people pav, remains; Likewise. t "be u Wa3 a lea the speculator, the land and th'j money king, as ayainst tht TJ give adde 1 cmphriFis to his aimelv for the minted interests, Mr. V'ichcrnr r.ii editorial from the i i'-'inancii-: 1'osi. Alborln's I taxation laws as legislation." i Tho laws of according lo I what Mr Micheiier roiid and warnily endorse! do n-.t KIVC the money-loan- i (dregs of political ingratitude. Fire Chiei '.'Cappy" Smart 01 Cal- is sore because the town of anfi has turned back on the citv what the Moimtam Courier describes as a "comical" chemical engine. Lai- 6ary must take it back because they reservist, liliics for turning nuriviiiA ol ni" horae c. niKlit, or farrier off the land in a day, should [hey happen to be in ar- rears with their interest payments. tivc plant just as soon as tho fann- ers of the province give assurance a. supply of at least hoga Dually. Tho U.P.A. hi-.s act obla.nsi. for turning me i the guarantee yet, but is step.dny I oj hi.- home over-' working to that end, am! when thej farmer off the land in a factory is started it will be started and controlled by farmers of this pro- vince with generous assistance from the Liberal government. The leader of the Opposition got on to very small grc.ur.ds when i.'. criticisei? lhe furnishings of Ilia .legis- lative bufidings as too luxurious. Tha. kind of talk has been hearJ on tne stump from men of the George Hoau ley type, but it was rather fled from a political leader. 1 IK people of Alberta are not so cheap as to want a shack to represent tne best expression of the life of the country. The buildings are furnished well, but not extravagantly. They represent, so far as building material and ott.u- To serve ice cream without wasting bv racltinis, an Illinois man ha1! in- vented a can, Hie bottom of which is iiited by f'.riiin.i a handle, forcing some of the crmUnts into a measure. Time robin. was sight.g the Brst speech was diaap- w] man had yoars lhe pulpit ond latter- exper1ence In the realm of should read every in'otVe' in Us but it ccr- ar as u furnishings can represent it, the as- pirations of the people to show the vvoild that Alberta strives for the best and only the best. The Plains of Troy seem to be poor battle ground for the Sultan of Turkey. Germany says war to the knife. Juicing by Germany's reputation so far in this struggle the announcement Memc rather belated Drilling to the for in connection tne Viking gas well, lor the mci.i s ex- in connection with joring company has sent a letter Edmonton council threatening operations OB the property in 't-lon. TYeliand County erand jury is liberating on the cases ol Officer J Irom his It lakes a ..an of considerate ilramallc force and unlortunatf.y the leader of the Cnniervatlve tarty In Alberta not saed of lhat Instinct, or gift, lhe tal wori, There was one new note In tho lead- er's speech. He the i.eo- ple of A.berta would vote for prohibi- tion, unless they are behind the peo- ple of iliiEbia in enlightenment. Miches! may 'be Interpreting (.no aentlment of the province "irrectiy hut It Is extremely doubtful IE he could line up a united following in house on his po-iicy. The dUtstlon 0: prohibition is not a party isoue. The government have shown that democ- racy prevails 111 Alberta, and III re- to a properly prepared peti- tion has submitted the Issue to the people. The people will say, and as they say the government will act. .Mr. Micbener's little nlai lor the uemc rather CorpiS iks-o ami frivntes McliiMafniBg Or thj llidlo, .IcclarlllB in and Kinsman, charged wiih Hieeru'is Ior 8 nl'ibiscilo on wonlaniiciou Every farmer and .miFlness man m.'nu Smitn a hunter, lt> frngc- with women volorn only sound the south countr, sliould aitenil lhe [roln m Ni.sara river soincl aot pretty, 'out U.could hardly bg ac- .uitriniiKm and uroductiuu MQ. nfrrew from death. He war, pi.-ted up hy a Frencn .hoal. _ THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE COLONEL SEPTIMUS DcNIbOM C. M. C. Seventh son of tile prominent Unl- Icil Loyalist family of Unniaoim, who apiiointril to uuniiirjiii a brigade of infantry In tbe Canadian conlinsecU V. C. DEOWiN. b.iDcrinlenilciit of Ccniriil Weslcrn Brnnclieo CAPITA FUSD, BANKING BY MAIL may bt: opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to-be mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this Way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bant W24 ri T D U hf I UldllUl -J. V. i. M VlOff. ;