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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE roUR TJIE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATUPDAY, MARCH 4, 1916 letbbrtbge HDcvalb . XelbbrltJfle, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY 1;^ I Subscription Rates: Dftliy, Uellvered, per week ..... iff Dally, delivered, per year ......?ai^"' pally, by mail, per year........53-^0 iVeekly, by mall, per year . .$1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office ............ Kdltorlril Office ............ W. A. Buchanan John Tor.'anee Managing Director JUuslness Manager r)ICKED UP IN ASSINGI=I FOR THE BUSY MAN SEAt BRAND 1252 f 1324 lour King and Country Weed You Right Now There are oilier Coffees - but - tliey are not "Seal Brand Mr. Thos. n. McKay C.P.U. aRent ; at West Moukton, suddenly dropped i dead In (ho .>voryw!ipre else been repulsed witli I very heavy losses by the Krench troops. Gennan homhardiaent once , more resumed the fury that it attained the lirst few days of tin'' .ureat Jikht around Verdun, hut all reports .:;, to indicate thai the French are i CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL tipMinp their lines tirai luider the tt>rrilic pressure. In the vicinity of Y|)res tiie Uritisl! ; bjivc retaken some trenches captured j liy the Gerumns aouic limp ago. j The first classes of nuirried men ' arc being called to the colors in Britain. ' Ottawa, March 1.-Rumor has It that Lt.-Col. John Currlc will run as an Independent candidate In North Stnicoo If he runs at all. His break with tho govonitnent Is not easily patched up even It the Colonel were disposed to try. Colonel Currle l.s is mossaBO from the battle front and a dlaturblng one. 11 seems that favoritism Is at work In the Canadian battalions. Youhk whitv por-snappers who have family pull are promoted ranldly while old soldiers who do their full duty are passed over. Tho chief mistake seems to have been In placlnp any hut a Canadian general at the head of tho Canadian forces. It lakes only n enr^ sory f,-lanco at the recommendations _ for honors to show that General .\1- A lenaie of five h.vi,. ^""""'s '� handing out medals. � it. Chislett. were completely destroy- .�\iu)ther matter Col. Currle cleared I'd liy fire. ui> in his speech was tho unfair and ,_ 1 unwarranted insinuations that have .Miijor .\. U. Cutclifte, recommend-: been directed toward him ever since I'd for gallantry, wa.s formerly civic be was pulled off the job some eight liairy and veterinary insi)ector .it "'onths ago. Nobody who knows .John Urantford. ,Currle would ever accuse lilm of lack jof coura,a:o and if lacK of Judgment Is .Mrs. Kliiilietb Stevenson, aged rii'the charge then a large number of y.Mis. vas found 'lead :n her be.l at I'"'itish generals are due for retire-Jtu". York street. VlamiUon. and her I nient in short order. At this distance liushand has been arrested. Just here ho was Interrupted by the staccato accents of the minister of mllltln. You know how bo talks- like a machine gun. "Hold on Dave. Let me add also tihroughout tho Uoinlnlon of Canada - and tho British Elmplre-I'roniler As-(lulth congratulated mo personally- tho King himself said no honor ho had bestowed gave lilm more satisfaction -nil right Dnve, go ahead." Wlieroupon business was resumed, 11. K 0. EN SYLVIA m VERY ROMAN CAREER The Lale Queen Mother of llou-mania Was Born "Far From a Throne" ,, . , London, .March 1.-The pen name [ General Ian Hamilton did that same ;..(;j,rn,.,, gylva" by which the Queen 161 it looks as If the British generals were groat experts at "passing it on.'" i'ii- village of Jlerritton will pre- General Ian Hamilton did that same : >.Ml each local soldier who returns i at Gallipoll, General Stopford being I ,,"T,"""'V,r;:';;------ iirom tho front wlih the .-urn of $l,>(. named as the goat, and the Practice ,',""; " whether he is wounded or not. is also said to be MUite general on the 1 w,c ."^ , >''"^- _ western front As the"reward of is^*-T**' ^^"^ '""^'^ widely known, was Of the 74 membe'rs of Parliament months unsuccess in France, Viehl .f^�'�'iJ>J};;^ and the press gallery who ^Urled | >U.rsl,all J^ench^was bj^^^ was c^l^ Ttlf;, nl^C'e.:.u^:;ng"lg.n'^ SSTABUSHBt) OVER H rSARS Deposit In Cciitrnt Gold Re- ..... s;rvc.H .................... .tOO.tiOO.Of Due hy llniikH................. 4,l�li71�.3t nritUh, IJoinlnloii onrt Pro-vliicicil O.ovcrniiieut mid other debtH............... I^ti.s on call In Cnunda...... LIABILtTIca Notes in CIrcHlnllon..........$ ,1.J7t,7*J.OO 43,09'),0.'(0,77 Deposit!!...............,...... Dm- lo Ilnnks,,,.............. Dividend imynble tst t-'eti., itua.,.................... Cnpltnl Pnid up............. Reserve t'liiid (ind imrtlvlded pioHt.1 ................... Acceptnnces tinder I.eUer!i of Credit.................... 369,562.30 ')7,.'inn.on 3,000,000.110 4,061,646.89 33,598.tS $.t3,HiJ.til.ll I.onnsaiid Discounts......... Uepo*.it with CJoverntncnt re Circulation fund..... Punk I'rrtniRcs (Freehold)... ntlicr AsHct.H ................ Acceploncca pcT coutra....... 3,I�t,4�.34 3,3i8,342.7� !�,414819.27 33,943,915.34 ISO.OOO.OO 1,171,268.75 130,519.60 33,!19g.l5 $53.833,131.11 miss game, not very si)ortsnianiiko \ either-like liitting below the belt. ;the si.x weeks' course "of training for ! England and made a baron, joilicers, I'H stayed in it to the linish. I The opinion is freely expre.'ssed - iiliat the minister of militia for Cana- Cliarges made by K. .\. Rigg. mem- ' da could do good work standing up in the courts of Europe. In her own words, she was horn far from a throne," for although she was ft princess of AVied, one of the ber of iho Manitoba Legislattirc for ^ for the rights of Canadian odlcers ,,m,y ^tj,j. principalities with which If there is anything wrong and I'r. � xorih Winnipeg, against certain dep-' who are sometimes sacrificed to the "abounded, her youth was , ,,,,, .. 1,!,. Stanlev has some proof on which to uty reinrning officers were not proven, blunders of their nritish commanders. I ,i,at ,( n, ordinarv robust country In ihe 1 nlted htaie.-, suiau .i i.i.u - _ j,,,^,^,, remarks go a little further than ,vho learned to cook and sew and nrnjority given to President W ilaon Jl ,,,,,.,, .,, i,^v.>.,i' -Votwiihstanding the assurances giv-! Colonel Currie's criticisms but they-..jj^ romped in tho open with her com- ju his altitude against the German "'aKc them and acmana an in\tbn- .^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ pU^^,^ ex-Lieutenant are a fair inference from his sugges- j^j^g .^^ village school. She v;�bma-ine policy of sinking ar merchantmen wiiiiout wamin::. PRO-GERMAN PROPAGANDA IN U. S. SCOTCHED rated nation, but to make charges on a (-odc;re"s parents and solicitor deem lion that Canada should be repre-| ,.',,g [jp^,, ogcember 2!), ISi;!, and in foundation of guesswork in the hope it advisable lo get uii a petition for i sented on the hoadauarters staff and;!^,. ^-iiiidnood she showed predilec-ithat they will weaken the prestige of ; a reprieve. in tiie army �>i^n'^;ils-__ _ jtlon for the poetical fancies that had it he government isn't exactly the Hrl I L The TJnion Banli of Canada gives a Modern Banking Service There is a growing tendency, which wc have always fostered, toward closer relations between business men and their bankers,' with a broader and more valuable ser,-ice from bank to customer. Open an account with the Union Bank of Canada and taka advantage of the exceptional facilities which our 320 Branches enable us to offer. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH . G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS. Acting Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE .SIR EDMIINI5 WALKER, C.V.O., I.L.D.. D.C.I.., President lOHN AIRD. Gcncrni Manaucr H. V. 1". JONUS, Ass'l General Maniiir*r V. C. DROWN, aiiperinlendcnt of Central We.stcrn Hrmic-h�� ilish way of doing things. And the 'record of legislation of ilie Sitton The Cnited States senate did a good I ,,,._,^^,,^,^.,,, ^.^^^^^^ eonstructive .lay's work yesterday when, by an displeasing to a party unexpectedly Large majority, ii .-eoich-; ^^j.,,;,^.,^^ ,^ ^^^^^ ed an open pro-German altempt on j^,^, ^^.^^^ j,;^,^^. President Wilson. The president ha.. ,^ l,^,,^^^ ^j^^^^^.^ ^^^^^.^ had a bard row to hoe since this war ^^,^.|, purpose, started. In trying to remain on the fence, he has been the object of at - tacks from both sides, more so. of ; \voader how \Villiam .Jennings iUv-course, from the German sympatbiz- ^.^xi-lains the V. S. senate ante tiers, egged on hy Count Von Rern- storff. _ If the house today will only follow ; the senate's good example, then Pre- , ..g^^,.^ Alberta, and after Julv 1st sldenl Vvllson's administration wili;,,,e man will have a hard time get-receive a vote of confidence that will ; i^^^^^ ^^ l^^^p drooping inspire him to proceed along the p^,,,^ man! Canada Is contributing half a niil-isuj.,, ^n inlluence on her later life. I Sam Dudley. Liberal nominee for , lion men and a half a billion in money vjjjg absorbed innumerable fairy slor-the Commons for Northumberland lo this tight and is consequently en-j some of her own imag- county. has joined tho l:itith North- tilled to give her share of advice. {ination added, she delighted her play-Uimberland Battery for overseas ser-: Some enthusiasts are In favor of , ,jjj,jgg ^vltli her fancies At homo she vice. Canadians entirely suspending their ^ j.j,pg,ve,] spartan training, and with intellectual faculties during the per-; , futher who was an invalid for life. 1,. Godnieh ;\Iini.--tt.rial Assoc;a-; ind of the war and letting the British ion has decided to hold a non-de- war otHce muddle along without re-tor [ nominationai recruiting meeting on mark. But this consorts neither with everv Sunday night in one" of the , good sense not true loyalty. If we churches. ;aie going to he as British as the Bri- and a brother who wa.s Incurably ill, site experienced many sorrows and hardships. Itpon the death of her brother, tho princess was sent away to visit her ];olicy he has laid down. Such a - vote will be a slap in the face to the -j-jj^, (;erraans have lost in tlio iiaitle German propagandists in the Cnited ,,rm,,,i Verdun more men than were States who have been trying to em- i eng;,ge(i jn the battle of Waterloo, barrass the administrailon at Berlin's ; years ago. Tluis does warfare bidding. 'change with the limes. Lethbrldge. PROHIBITION IN ; Our .dd friend David King is the WASHINGTON STATE Isubject of contention in the Alberta Alberta will have prohibition in! legislature. Dave always was a con-four months, .lust what conditions tenlious spirit even in the old days one may expect to (ind after .Inly 1st'"ben aldermen bossed thi; job in is an interesting subject. Washington state close by Is now in its third 'dry' nionth, and what has happened there might very well be repeated here. The Spokesman Review in a recent survey says: "The Spokesman-Review a month ago commented tipon tlie success of state-wide prohibition in several respects at least during the hrst month of operation. The police stallsilcs ot Spokane during February, the second Conservative members in the .Maui toba legislature voted for a free wheat resolution, the recent Ottawa note noiv,iihsiandlng. Ot course Conser- tjs!' we cannot afford to be less frank Rev. H. .\. Ivunkle. paaliir of Trin-� than the British in our criticism of' it' }:jiK!iLh Luteheraii i hurcli. Ham- the blundering. It i.s worth noting ilton. for eleven monihs. surprised that the Tory press in Loudon has the congregation by ainiouncing his in- never shirked Its duty in this respect, lention of leaving for Siroudville. Pa. It was a poet, and a dead poet at that, ,_ who said 'Tlieirs not"to reason why, Set uritie:, to the value of ao.iii. theirs but lo do and die." The Kng- I'l'ii y.ore obtained by the robbers who : Hfh newspapers do not talk that way. rilU d mail pouches on a post ollii-e an-' Reasoning why is one of the best lo.r.dbile truck wb.le en route on a i things they do. Colonel Currle Is ; !;y between Jersey City sind :- law. conflrm the view ex- leaving Montreal last nighl, was de-' portfolio, died al his home al West y. Doubt-j railed at Kingston Mills, six miles dis-i I^!^>' ("-H- ^oi.\txy. He was born at ord^d in;.ant. at . o'clock today. Kight pas- ::^^^Sr^^^^!:^n^!Z'^^Z^Z pressed at the end of January, less, similar results are recorded the other large communities or Wash-j sengers were injured seven being lugton. j MonlrcalP.rs and one a Toronto girl. "The statistics relate lo disorderly j None were hurl fatally, conduct, drunkenness and vagrancy during two parallel periods. The first covers January and February of 191;'), the Hecond the first two monihs ol 1916. Arrests for disorderly 'conduct during tho first ot these periods numbered 143, in the second 34. Those lor ^Irunkenness In the first two months last year aggregated 240, in the first two of this year 57. -\rrests lor vagrancy tell from 259 In January and February of 1915 to 75 in January and February of 1916. "These enormous betterings of the criminal conditions bear out all claims made for prohibition as a di-niinlsher of crime," now fills so energetically. It seems that it is a general's duty to remain behind the lines whore ho write numanlan, made berself acquainted with the needs and' rociuire-menls of the land, and became so be- ihe government in 1907. can do his thinking in safety-the i jgy^,, t,,g ,,30,,!^ i^r "The farther away the better the thliiklng ^ kittle Mother." Out ot her own pri- ' ,vate purse she founded scliools, lios-pltals and art galleries, and devolsd practically her whole life to idillan I-and that General Currle was doing . Ibis duty. Similarly It Is a colonel's Ho is Hii'i^-1 duty to be at tho front with bis men vived b'v three daughters and iliree ""d 'hat's where Colonel Currle was , ^,j,.opj. Although she hnd practiced 'at every stage of the game. He �aS||jgj, merarj- talents In a limited way DR. STANLEY'.S CHARGES FOR AN OBVIOUS PURPOSE Dr. Stanley, the High River member, appears to have done an about-face in his little sensation in Edmonton, fine day he makes definite charges implicating the government. The next he forgets about tho charges and asks tor a royal commission to investigate a department. The fact of the matter is that tho opposition hopes that there is "something rotten In the state of Denmark" and hopes that by a series of blanket charges It can at least discredit the Bovoruinent. It's a sort of hit and Children's Health THE sparkling eyes, rosy cheeks and bright vivacity of childhood can only come from pcr-lect health. Mothers! Watch carefully your children's health Jind train them into regular habits. There is no safer corrective or preventive of children's atlmeiits than- Not only a delieioiis and cooling drink but a mild natural toiiie-iiperienl. It M-fagen//y upon the stomacii .itu! i;leanses and purlCios th:- -.vstem by titttural means. InsKl on "END'S"-llie only genuine "FRUIT SALT." Prtfiarrti only hy J.C.ENO,LtJ.,"Fn:it SiU"Work�, LONDON.Eaj. Soli AcMlt (or North AserlM HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO. IIMITEB 10 McCAUL STIUET. TORONTO (9) , Beware of Substitutes doing his duty too. It seems u pity, In view of the coutusion it has caused, that Currle should be a duplicate name in the list of Canadiiin oftlcers. This double personality of Colonel Jekyll and General Hyde has done a lot of nilBchiet lo a good soldier and worthy citizen. Military men, while unwilling to discuss the subje."t, say there wore probably two reasons why Colonel Currie did not get medals and decorations which bis successor .Major Marshall got. One Is that all the Canadians are heroes, and consequently all deserve medals so that singling one out would ho an invidious distinction. The other is tliat medals are only given for doing what you are ordered to do and that as Col. Currle did not succeed In bis impossible task of rolling back a Oonnan army ot eighty thousand with twelve i hundred lilgiilanders ho is not entitled | to a medal. However, In view of tho | medals tliat were aflcrwardB dlslrl-! billed  this looks like begging the [ liuestlon. .Moat jieoido will bo inclined � to agree with Colonel Currle that , somebody stood between him and tho coveted honor. Honors come easily to some jieople, and hp'd. to oUb;rs and along that line tliny are Idling a good ono on Sir Safn right now. It was Dave Marshall >vho was beading an Klgln county' delegation to Sir Sam. As spokesman lie said: "Before oiienlng up the l)uslnesa of this delegation I want tit congralulalo you on the knighthood which has lieen recently conforrcd on you by His Majesty. I may say that nowhere was it received with m*(ro acclaim than In Elgin county-^---," for many years, It was not until the death of lier first, and only child, at the age of four, that much of her work was iiubllshed. Though her poems lose much from the translation, one glimpse of a favorite theme is as follows: "The fairest word on earth that's heard, On hitman lips the fairest word, Is mother To whom such name shall ono belong Higli honor hers her whole life long, .V mother. Hut all her earthly joys are o'ei-Who Is and then who is no more A mother." She translated into Gorman the favorite Ilumanlan folk songs, and wrote Korno short novels and dramas. Ponio of her publications are; "iid-leen Vaughnn," "Thoughts of a Queen" "Shadows on Life's Dial" and "A Real (Jueen's Fairy Xlook." She was an Indefatigable worker. Intorviowers who have lieen received at her palace have found her answering liyr' Innumeniblc letters herself on u typewritoi--four of which ina-olilnes she liud In constant use, eiuip-pod for writing In KiigUsh, Humaninn, French and German. Once a pupil of Itublnsteln, she was skilled In the playing of tho plant), and she was also gifted as an artist. Having lost her own little girl, she pictured herself as mother to millions of Rumanian children, and among them she was hold in great affection. As lo woman's work, Carmen Sylva often expressed herself in Interviews, woman," she said, "la made for the home. Her hantls should be trained to do beautiful things, things which she can do hy ber own fireside, and there her husband should find her." Her husband, King Charles L of Rumania, died In October, 1934, past years of age. Since then the 'Queen Mother herself had been In ^ill-health, suffering partleulai'ly from I cataract In both eyes. I Muriel Goudruau was arrested In Monlroal charged with attempting lo poison the whole faintly of Roue Fn-guy by doping the coffee with tincture of iodine. SI16 ploaded guilty. Agents for Famous PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES Koc U.a.Pai.OiT The only tires to be placed before Uie Aulo-nioblle Club of Arnei-lca lor an official reliability lest. Guaranteed for (1000 mllc.�. FORD REPAIRS A SPECIALTY AUTOMOBILE LIVERY, Day Phone 564 Night Phone 1740 MOTOR CAR lt^5peaks4or Itself Be Sure You See This Car Before You Make Your-Final Choice. l*i'i Lcthbiidge Third Street South 2ND BK. W. ALEXANDRA HOTEL ;