Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PARE TJIE LET H pm nft E DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 5, .1915 letbbrtoje Ueralb e, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: CnllJ-, delivered, por year HOO baUT, by mall, par year 3.00 Weekly, by mail, per rear.... i-m> .RECRUITING TlIM IUKX LKFT IV VILLAGE TELEPHONES: Office Editorial Offlco W. A. Buchansn John Torrance Mnrmclng Director Duslne.'B Manager THE WAR SITUATION TODAY TVIli tto ohJMt of cutting oil the railway communication at rrar nl the battle linn HclroB and Verdun, the Allies arc per- sisting in their attacks In tho nrisli- borhood of Parties. In the ircatem theatre of irar her0 is txkljjr place lie most MtlTO eparations along the line wnere Ule Wo opposing forces la contact The position of Oio Rjsslans in Ibe Austrian territory of is very to that hold aome time back by Von Kluck In northern France, vflen ho TTM BodeaToring to prevent Jiis -being MtflanXed fry those of tho In OillcJa the Auatro- Qermaa army Is doing Its best In this direction. The manoeuvre of the en- omy, tHough It Impeded the Bus- elan progress through the Carpath- ians, his filled so far In dls'iodgin? ihe BozalaBi from tie poiltlom they held time the river Sin, and by Frzemsyl. The report that Austrian attacks have been made on the Russians at Cieraovrtti oontradicta prevloua re- porU of the evacuation of Bafcorlca Ciar'5 forcea. Tho capital la evidently held them. The tillage of Kill" HrwcsLer. in .Norihium't'rb-iui. iio.us liu the nipii left OUL ot i'0 families. They nre all over aye or crinnles. lagB have enlisted. re.TUUini; record. Tlio lu Ninety-six per cent uf Uic shows in the IGc, toothpicks included. They must use Uie Ottawa bill-oMare. RAINING BULLETS FHOM ALOFT Tho miners and operators have locked horns Rt Calgary in n closed session over iheir new agreement. Will it te R finish tight? Tlie miners are not ihe kind 10 lay down. Tuesday March 9th will inaugurate our special which we offer for the next six weeks at prices which will demand your strict investigation and close comparison. Quality is consistent with price. We purpose to give you dollar for dollar C Dm miss loner Grace Is inaugural- Ing a. "cultirate-the-vacant-lots'' cam- j paign. Get tbusy and help him anil see how much smaller it will make your 'monthly pantry bill, and how much larger it will make your pocltct- book. In the first sis mooci'.s opera- tion til? Panama canal has collected The progress of forcing Its way in tolls. Xoc a-u bad for French fleet conUnues without anyjrevenue fl( of yenr. irju to the ebjpa ensagsd. ifalj short of meeting the. Tte operations hare wlU be greatly janausl interest and sinking fund on aided by recrat capture ot Uie tbe boEas issued and permit of their! retirement wliliin a reasonable time, But the canal something like the! car systems in western they were never expected to be selc-l sustaining for the first few years. Turkish port of Khopa on the Blaci fiea, ir Russians, RICKED UP IN S .ASSING SINGLE: TAX IN. VANCOUVER Vancouver IB the pioneer city cf Ca- nada 10 adopt fllnEle tat There are supporters and opponents at the single tai system, in. tie coast city, and ana of the opponents IB "Ftgotlnff Martin. ilr..MMrra Qjiyosed Loula 15. Taylcr ic a four-coniered mayoralty contest recently, and Tras beaten. But since then -Mayor Taylor has eeaied. and-a new elecdon has been ordered. Mr. Tajlor la again a candi- j Steamers arriving at date, with. Aldermaa Hepburn hli oalv j irom St. John's, K., report steal cppoaeoL This time AJderman Hep-; fields of ice nioving down the 'east fcura Is by Mr. Mar- tin, anfl the latter1! new dally. The THE B L' S Y If you are a user and prospective buyer of Evening vrbJch made Itg bov jo the public on Jiondar, March, 1. and ilBgle tax li one ot the of the election. Mayor Taylor La a red- hot supporter ot single tax, which he declares IB the Tori Ing man'e beat friend. Here IB 'what The Evening Journal about It In the flrit iaane: are many other matters j coast of the island. Her. R. C. Pollock, of Pease, was; today elected as new moderaiar of) tlie Rtgina Presbytery, sacceciung: Rev. W. Lumsden. Rev. H. D. .Davis oi ffauwatnsa, Wis., assured a local congregatiou j lhat there are more heathens in Mil- waukee than in the Fiji Islands. Frank T. Sullen, the English au- thor aud lecturer, died on Monday at Madeira. He was best known as a writer of sea stories. He was born in 1857. Recruiting posters which are being Company of French infantry in trenc Hred from the too of a tree. with theii- machine sain bcins SAFETY ITEST The government commissary depart- ment of tlie canal zone has announc- ed that, owing to the high cost oi flout, the size ot government-baked j loaves will be Deduced by three ounc- es. President Wilson has signed the pension appropriation bill, carrying approximately It was the first o[ the large appropriation bills to reacli the president. The Edmonton city council has passed the agreement between the Jr] watch the mayoralty fight in Vancttnvtr with great Inter- eat. The coast city has many of our municipal problems, only on a larger ecale, and the matter of an equitable la not one of tha lean oi them. forget the "Patriotism ami rroductfon" conference tomorrow af- ternoon. It may mean dollars tor yoo. ehou-ld not be stampeded by the grain growing slogan "more .than usual." "JJore live stock" would be a good safety valve. which Tin cill (or our attention. The "displayed all orer Ireland hear across present system by which nearl? the bottom, "God Save the j eighty mlllloDa of property In'tne city "God Save Ireland." Is exempt trom Uiatlon, is a question Anottier case oi smallpoi has de- we shall with frequantly. velopcd in Uismarct, N. D. JMrs. j The fact that the aeseasment of the Brues Jactson, of the First Bap- j city IE largely In of the actual tjst church pastor, is the "sixth vic- Talno of the property assessed, can- tim within the past few days, not too often be brought before the elector of the The value of pro- perty Is no longer controlled by the forces -n-hJcb made falae values during the erlitence of the boom in Van con- fer. There Is only one test, and that la, the amount of revenue which the property built upon brlois after jnynatnt of and. other charges, and vacant property can only be val- ued by considering what probable NT- enue can be obUlaad from It by bulld- iof. Tbese matterB hare been entire- ty overlooked In the of the city, but they demind the most care-' fu[ consideration of the city council, and also ot the BUY NOW, for leather has entered the war zone, and has been shot from the ranks of reasonable purchase Come In and Look Our Stock Oveir 306 5th St. South MEDICINE HAT CONSTITUENCY MEMBERS PAST AND PRESENT-AN APPRECIATION letters painted vessel prociaimg her neutrality. The. name was painted on ibefore she sailed from Rohoken for Rotterdam on February IS Hi. I ______ ________ __ __ __ _ _ _ _ __ city and Edmonton Stoctyards, Lim-J ited, whereby water and pov-'er ex- 1 of the Servian Roral Legation, ask- attend wounded soldiers, and adds tensions will -be made to the propos- ing for the names and addresses oi that the volunteers speaking various ed site of thts stockyards. j Canadian doctors who would volun- languages would be much appreciat- Under the caption "On Parliament Hill: A Man Who- Might. Have Been a Cabinet Minister Visits the 1 Acknowledges Fine Quall- tics of Man Beat Him at the the Otta- wa Evening Jo.urnai stiys: Charles A. formerly mem- ber for Medicine Hat, wag around the lobbies yesterday. The 'natural en- quiry 'was whether he intended get- iting into politics again, oi1 wa (just a friendly visit. He replied that he was out of politics for good, he thought, and that he wag Just up to hear the budget debate. Few men make so deep an impres- sion upon tho country as Mr. Magrath Sir Louier Gouin, premier oi Que- leer to .serve in the Red Cross hospi- cif. bee, ia in receipt of a letter from tals of Servia. The letter says Ser- Georges Todoronovitch, secretary via is in dire want oi f'cliciano Viera was elected did when he came into (lie Jfouse in 1005, and many were the regrets ex- presses! by his friends when lie "was debated in 1911. The American vote in his constituency, they say, was too heavy ['or him in. a campaign 'ivlilcli was fought on Ihe reciprocity issue. In defeating their member, his friends declare, Medicine Hat lost also a cer- tain cabinet minister. It was typical of the man that the i first good accounts which came to Oi- i tawa concerning W. A- Buchanan, his 'successful opponent, were brought hy Magralh himself. A Journalist Member Mr. Buchanan is n newspaper man from Toronto, who went west and made good. He Is now the owner of the Lotlibrldee Herald. Ife went into Alberta ptilltics in 1509, and entered I the Rutherford Cabinet at once. The J notorious railroad scandal was too much for his palate, ho'wever, and he resigned. Lots of people think ho has more than a fair chance- of entering the next Liberal ministry, If there Is ever tiuch a thtnp in hl3 lifetime, So -Medicine Hal likes strong rcpreaent- ativcs, whatever side of politics they affect. The Montana Senate recently put Its O.K. or Sunday dancing and It'a iili on all.forms.of race track eambl- Ing. A cue .for the Calgary board. raise the -dlckena About the price OL ogs'a. A cure way to get ihe price down Is to start eirjci- ens., In SriOtiiio tta" "Hotel P.i T municipal (ridginc Jiouie, glr mn suypar, and WINE AND SPIRIT CO. Largest Importers in Southern Alberta; always on hand a complete stock. Our goods arc j. ;o 1-: of alj.solute Purity and Genuine. physicians to president on Monnay'ln new cabinet Pedro Cosio will re- [tain the portfolio oi minister oi fin-j ance, and [Jr. Juan Carlos Blanco! that of public works. Manuel Otcia j Macleod, Slarch first route will be the minister of loreign inarch o[ the members oi "II" siiun- jafTairs. I (Iron lath O.M.R., was held Wedties- I'armers in ihp, Mississippi river day, when tlie hoys made a circuit (lowlands, arourirl yuincy are moving over the iMcKenzie and west, ilaclcod 'inside the levees, while-the river is .bridges, a distance of nearly ten slowly risinp, Hooding the bottoms. (miles. A stage of 14.4 iect was reached he- The direction of the march lay fore-noon. Thirteen feet is the danger through UJD main streets of the [line and 19 feet the Jevec height. town; and a large number oi re- I During the past six weeks lhc Ilo-'sidents were lined up to see the hoys minion has purchased go by, and most favorable in excess of busli- of smartuess and .siJlcjulid phy- tls of seed oaU in Aliit-rta, most oi 'sitjuc oi the men were heard on all which is banked in the Calgary yards sides. i of tlie C. 1'. H. ,Ioi: distribution in i With approximately a month's (.he drought an-a, j training nicn liavc mvlc irom ilnlifax are to the ef- :Jul end their new untfonns, feet if-at tlif slCAiiKT Bel- wiLli wnicii lliey arc gian relief ship, will !.e up tor a adds to tl.o r month umleruoing extensive repairs. Although the road taken was All her cargo will have to be uia- rough and in many placas co.ercd charged. Tno Camino is' seriously snow, not a single man fell out, CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE Moose Jaw, Sash., march The Thunder Creek Conservatives, last jiJghl, unanimously chose A. D. Gal- laugher as their candidate at the next electlcn oi ihe provincial legislature. In a case Ijcfore the township court in Fall River Mills, Cal., ten jurors- ivlto liad agreed nn a verdict oi not guilty, played nedro for an U6ur and a half while two other jurors, who were barred from Uie pastime, came around to Uie vieiv of the ten and agreed on a verdict of acquittal. Shipments made to all parts of the country. C. C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. damaged. Dr. -J. 31. ilillar, of Robertson Col- lege, in his report at the quarterly meeting of the Edmonton presbyter7 in said that it was the (unanimous opinion that them was no Ivicc colons, iio that the j social evil hud hscn to a iniu- lhc credit for tiiis jr ;nium, and I J Iwlitic DI aliair.s wu which speaks well for the stamina of the squadron. Tbfs toe first time the squadron has appeared in the town arid many residents who have not taken the trouble to visit the barracks, wore more than surprised at the soldierly in which tlie men marched, and are now mote than proud oi those as due to Chief Hill, who answered the Empire's call. Blue Ribbon Coffee anc Baking Powder In every instance where you use Blue Ribbon goods you save money. They go farther and so cost less than nny other. a can of Blue Rib- bon Coffee dnd Baking Powder when 'next in your grocers. The result is eurc to please. Sold with a money back Guarantee.