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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE FOCI THE LtTHRIUDGE DAILY RERALIV TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1911 Sb; Detail IctbfcriOae, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: per year...... 5-1.00 Dilly, by mall, per by mill, year.... 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Office Ed-tortal Ofllce rt multitude of cosily tind obstructive combinations, truilo agreement P. ex elusive prlco uudcrsUuidiites, monopoliatie iirriuisenienU, preferen- tial discounts, and oilier restraining efforts Unjt establish n succession of. toll pules on every roail fitmi iiro' ducer lo consumer. Xow tlint d> slructlon lias brought lo Uils count n' of b wind I ess rood supplies, llic con- ditions old fiutl com tfitnttl rely ex- luuslcd LeUons, conditions for ia blnnied ibut is not respon- sible, llio peoplo should see that they ara the victims of a plausible xlecou- tion. Surioriug should impress the les- son where losic has failed. j OUJUCT OF ANARCHISTIC "BOMB PLOT" W. A. Buchanan John Torr-ancc anBCinf1 Director Business Manager i Tiio German blockade is '.lie worat fall-down Uic Kaiser's hordes iiavo -L.----- had yet, worse even than tho Zoppc- THE WAR SITUATION TODAY !lin bliitf. Soven 'Brills., mercliantmeu Vvlth the resignation of the Greek j hare been sunk aaid a German cabinet, owing to not-being in con- aipredsos tho boliof ihat seven Gcr- tordance vith llic neutrality attitude of tlie Kinr, It'looks as if Greets is determined to liavo a parting shot at its hereditary foe, Turkey, before she finally bids farewell to Europe. Any ace Jon ivliich Greece will take will mean a corresponding action among .the Balkan States, an.i ncv: developments situation are ibounii to sriso, more particularly Ii Constantinople fella into the Junto of the Ailies. This may to looked on as a foregone conclusion, nad Lhe re- mtn submarines have tbcen lost in Iho 'Compare that with tho nttacfe on the Dardanelles and one suJns s. pieLty fair idea of how Ine war mil end. Wheat has "coma back" eight cents ID two1 days on tlie atrenyth of an oficial denial from Petrogratl that Russia has o? surplus wheat for oxjKui tlie Dardauelles aro Eiperta tare given statis- ,Lm i tics to show thit tte words visible suit s anticipated lo be cue in Inrcai _ supply mil io excauated by B; Jiino 30, vhile the world acreage of 1915 will 'be short. The n_ te _, _ The. Rounds oi Ue tons anianelJesl- by me Allies isomuBlV, tlie .Utmost firmer 1 b ke for St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, which the Nmw Yark police allege blow up as the first Hep in n ipsiiiitJc plot lo create n reign of terror in New York. THE ALBERTA LEGISLATURE A Glimpse at the Provincial Lawmakers From the Press Gallery tie world. Wo are B.B much in terastac in Ccxmars these In tho man In the trenches. as sv.eepicg up of the mines taking a coniidertible tlzao. The attack on Qonstmtinoplb meanwhile has had Ine decided affect of slaying tho Turk- ish invasion of EffTpt. with Turkish ;roop5 hurrying back to save, ir pos- sljle. liieir capital. The prospects oi the Allies at no appear more encouraging tfcsu ai urgent, for with the assured fall Constantinople, ships and men tn I Jaree will bo released for j tlio western campaign. I The Geneva blockade haa already j oncicj IB failure. Disasters to mer-f CMef Q[ nas chanlmen from r'ne enemy's suamar-'plied lor the position oi Toronto Fire, ines have Tjeen conspLzuously absest Commissioner, curing thrr last few davg. and to the RICKED UP IN 5 .ASSING FOR 1IIE BUSY MAN (Special parrot-like regularity undertaics to lidiuonloii, veek ol censure the premier ior so using j, talk has passed in Lhe legislature, "private which was a printed iind it ended with every cause for scli 'document by way and judging by {congratulation on the part of Lhe the severity of the censure, Mr. JMich- gorcrnment not attached but through- lener's followers must be thoroughly out the entire week His Majesty's [ashamed oi their leader's Christmas loyal opposition was on lhe "defensive, [enuaion. And well they might be It was the fault of the titular leader the Conservative party, 3ir. Micli- Hon. Duncan delivered onr- oi the best speeches of the week. Me eight already taken there has been a far" more deadly effect in tte liEiinictlon of seven of the enemy's j Awav from his strategic railways Lhe enemy finding it u LSI cult in northern Poland TO carry on his tac- tics of -LurJ3nj-large bodies of troops at a given point, ajxl-according portg, tlie Russians more sringiiij Ziim iJact [OTranJs Pntr Wiin woiwiarful'rscapeiiitive-powei's the Czar's forces are again io.% Di Gallcla, according to the 'i cner, that Federal issues were only scoriatetl the Federal gov cussed, and. in Canada so far, Icinmetil ior its squirming nnd tvist- as Federal matters are concerned, it ing on the seed grain question, but J Js a case of The week passed gave a lot of information about without developing any acrimony or ilifs department revealing an immense- strained- relations. There were pro- j amount of work accomplished. Mr. tests anrt interruptions galore, but it j Marshall-is easily the> cleverest min- waa ior the most part good naturcd. lister oi agriculture in Canada, and (The debate bids fair to last until jv.'hile some oi his opponents aRect Wednesday as there arc several on scorn as to his knowledge of farming, G. .T. P. employees have voluntar- side's irho are on the conspicuous tbat_ not one oi list. I tliem attempted a criticism ol Speaking oi leaders one is not long j he is doing, ior the iaruiers. They- a spectator or the proceedings until .couldn't __. is (irmly convinced oi two Mr. Marshall gave some figures re- baa many" chemical thai Mr. Sifton is the leader ot ilative to the development of the coteries to his cre-lii, died in New-the govcrnraent forces, and the.'other J dairying industry worth ki York at the age of Si. jihat T, M. of Calgary, is During tlie year 1913 the i ily donated to the Patriotic fund, Dr. Charles J. Eames, a noted the real ic.idrr of the opposition Mr. the Qreati Lakes, -died at his home in Fire desttoved cotton valued at iaoO.OOtl at Gairwtbn, Tcias, .Sun- day. The loss is fully covered by in- for harness Tor nearly all in the crof.Ti lands Bukorina. OceratiaiiE in Flanders and "Nor- thern" France are practvzallj- at a standstill a-sraituig tbe offeniire which is tliuid to start shortly, and 'for "which lhe Allies hare roaan preparing. ThesTvorfc ahead, in that the enemy naa had ample time to entrench positions all .along his a factor la the drirmc pro- will count for a Terr great the. blocfeanB initikted Great aid the cpnuaercial will be aa mighty. coe .on land. a force aa the -active THOSE NEW BRUNSWICK POTATOES sdFeraiaent at Ottawa could by the memher Even when Mfcncnct' ia'persohal- ly concerned it is Mr. Twccdie who rises to the point pf-'orqer. direciing force in the house, and no matter-' latter- ivhat': rtevotipii -inay never more pronounced than in week past. -Perhaps dut- stauding. grievance of -.the opposition against the premier. Last Christ- mas Mr. Michcncr sent the season-'s the high commission- th Calgary, 'is now head o( the Canadian, hospital at Din- ard, Labruque, of Prince Albert, has charge oi ground i ;ln- tbv varuB lorm 01 R letter, which was more like I a campaign document than a Christ- 'ioas. greeting, althoiigh .it.Aid wind up by wishing all !'the" compliments A T. i i the season." Mr. Sifton read tlie cd the hotel and houses JQ the letter and scored heavily on his op- cbinmey in tbe Lake oi lhe WociQ3 hotel in Kenora Ont caused a flco_Satucilay yhich desttoy- The first Edmonton man in __.....__ first contingent to meet his death in j beeping jponcnt [or so flagrant a Tiolation oE iLe! n "truce" he was supposed, to ridiculed, the summer sales of butler were while in 1914 it--was SH7.382.38. an iii- L-reaae of. 53 per cent.. The minister illustrated.Tvith tha_ FeriDtosh cream- er. to show the results which accrued to the efficient, instruction given by departmental-odinaltr For'two years of this glided. as 1V.3 Specials i. Firsts Seconds OR. grades; HU i "8 Specials .20.91 Seconds 20910H grades CO 53 Price, realized .rejlized 25io. This was due to the butter-maker being willing to accept .-adrice. and instruction and .the.; --results, justified nis" wisdom. The "average, grading for tbe whole province in -1914 was ".10 19.81 Off grades .-IB During-his address ilr. Marshall! gave the railway companies a iust meed, praise. So interested are tbey Specials 71.H Firsts 19.8 the trendies is Pts. A. P. Bcattie, 1 tical references: This 'icshisiin tlie agriculturar. ol of the mem- j the province, tree transportation was luperetltion that'the fall of this eol- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, REST, MONEY ORDERS Issued by The Canadian Bauk of Commerce, arc a safe, couvcnient jind inexpensive xuethod of remitting smnll bums of money. These Orders, payable without charge it nuy bank in Canada (except in tlie Yukon Territory) and in the priucipal cities of the United issued at the following rates and under 3 ccntt Over Sand not exceeding 6 IP 39 10 SO 15 REMITTANCES ABROAD IiTmc.nsof mirSP.KCIAZ, 1'OKEIGN DHAVTS mi MONBT ORDERS, issued without delay at leBuouablcratca. S21 Lethbridge T. Brymner, Mgr. BRITAIN BLOCKADES THE HUSH CHANNEL -1 LARGE AUDIENCE HEARD SALVA- TION ARMY HEAD TELL OF ARMY'S WORK A splendid audience gicelcd Coni- lissioiiur KichnrtJs of the Salvation Vrmy in Knox church last night, and hose who attended were repaid by earnest, foreeiui arnl giLp- piug address by the commissioner. He-spoke on his impressions ot Can- ada; its people, liis hopes ior.the Sal- ami arc now oJTiecrs in tbc Salvation Army, holding important positions in Javji, South America, Hullancl and London, Knglnud. Many Interesting, stories were tohl of Jiis expi'.tiunccs Uiroughout tlir. and the nature oi the .work the army was brought out in a. sical- needs of the porr as well as to tlicir spiriiual necessities, and the is proving a inighur forrc for 60od in penal institutions and in, police courts throughout the land. ilaj'or Hanlic acted as chairman, and gave a uriei' history of tlie Sal- vation -Canada, .and ..his gave a_brici work'in "conuctLiohSntli the Vrmy (0rTvallon Army, and its origin': He-said- corps. member two Tbe pilot and drowned when a navy seaplane fell at Suka. The .seaplane and its crew, was attached to the naval sta- tion at that Rev..- Canon 'iC'. P- 'flannington, aged er Nor- officers were vatlra speat a could 58, rector o( Low tte lofiul conciniion; ton, N. H., fell iiom ll. T tie cyclistrio have seared.the sou] __ t______ bers oi-the opposition.-Each Conser- j-providcd 'for .and ,tcr in -s-uccession with I equipment-ior short! scoursc schqolsj etc., which if paid-for would involve at least ttariepy came, .in for consider- r.ble personal oh '-''Friday cause he had the day. previously [tion'of tlii: is column. in order to play Irom loms of its observations, Toald acr on tie plan suggested Uiertipr, Hhortly see a 'Houie .wider farmers' .markets., -well .as rwhilc returning hoijie alter making a roilad of calls. Heart was flic cause'of death. one "iunited in a -war policj- inlaid of the -'Motlierlamd. Premier. BorJen htntejl iha'-otner day in tie House fanners needed maf- keti'in one specific JneUnce: New Brons.wick. bushels of potatoes Trlliont a market. Here is tne Torsnto Globe laj-s about, las Preiqler'e announcement Premier Borden lias stated that boslieis of cotatoes In New .-Brunswick. seeking a nartet, there is also a largo iiirplus of flail. ILnd fruit in the Fro- Tlie men who are investigat- ing conditions in .Toronto report that' tfae of many steady irarkerf 'be prorWed irith sufficient at tJie current pnce food tuppliei From the Maritime .whera the .surplus of. foo.d tiitti, 'Atre U a fommnital rxllira.r u fir ae and from that c.itj- to' T4nnt6, 'where ft vorlter'a fapport his family Tith aut- flcient food, there are three heaylly boouied lyitwai It is nlnnce tfce ekinitdH of the utiiii Um not make the people ftMe nection with 1 he Bank of Montreal robbery 'at Nrew Westminster on Sept. 1911. Webster was changing some of in'a hroter's office when tbe arrest ivas made. J. G. Kuziil an Saturday sen- tencen to hang on June 9 [or murdtr'.of :Jfike Kuczick on the train in Selkirk some months ago. kofi, alrp.edy sentenced to death [or the sanVe' murder, was a witness in the trial. An ollicial u'ote issued the French press bureau declares tfcc German losses since tiie beginning ol ths war in killed, wounded, sick and prison-1 ITS reaches the total ot men. This'calculation is based on the known casualties in the German reei- nents. The Calgary city Vouncil is consid- iring-a reduction in the water rates Calgary will raise the taxes on the Gas v. a been tascd PoWlclw ireddol to their Idol! expected to lemon tttm tha or U7 other burdejuuxpfi of snd poIiolM, Ht lhe pnMic' nhould how un- It file priTstion. (hey iuf_ .obstruction. ;.of fw. unumerce faclliUtea tkt (vrmtlloa a[ ,a n sc on property. It been found that the company owns about tl.OQO.OOO.ol propstty anil will l.kdv lie taied on, two-thirds ot this mount. .convention oi IhcVConservalives of the Thunder, constituency held in JlooseiJaij on March a at which A: S. was chosen par r sen n-.fia nomittis party to con- test the riding in the interests of the Conservative party, at the next pro- vincial electjor.g. James Cassidy, .a veil known Cal- giry buiiness man, has been fimier- atfd of: a' Kuspioion .that rested on him fot 'the; confession .of a iihcr- ff at Ozaakce iraa REMARKABLE CASEofMrs.HflM Declares Lydia E Pinkham't Vegetable Gwiponml Sared Her? Life ii andSanhy, Ehnnrodr, I H darj to tell the public the condition >f health befon ruing falling, ticn anJ coDpwtJon, fem'ile Tetkncn, bolh iidci, bickschei and benr- ing Sown ft'mt, irH Bhort of memory, nervous, mpitijnt, nights, hid! neitjierotrengtinor energy. There via aJctyi a fear .mj dread In ay ciind, I had cold, Mrvoua, weak jcpella, hot flasho over my body. be- ex- posed the existing" be- tween the Henri Bourassa, and Premier, Gariepy's expose was" completed', crusbing, and it'certainly -a' lot-'of' snuirming on tho seats: to the er's leit. Jlr. Micherier respon- for projecting Bourassa into the lsh on Lhe Turkish superstition. Torpedo or Mine Sffrtk tte -British Steamer Bengrove Ilfracombe, Enfe., Match'. Delay- via' London, .March" ..The .Brit- steamer Hengrovc was ..sceii in the past 38 in various parts "at the only thing he hail against of the world that it hud sprung from the said, impressed him "'as 'Oin5 oi Jlolliodigm. It was a won- Lcing a coiintry'with immense, potm- for. ?s, -tialities, destined to .'be a leading na- be just a Scott expo- l[ sprung from Iront'the 'southerly rcsby.tcrianism... port or, the raaj, and he had. stood I Hev. Cohblcdick, in mpvinjc a vote on; the'wlia'rves' oi 'the 'nibst-nofther-1 of re- ly port had yet 'to j tracert.-its history, and-said that as see a country so immensely blessed 1he Methodist church was of with natural'resources as Canada. It Anglican church, so the Salvation was'a nation stretching "from sea to! Army was a child of the Methodist sea, and from tho rivers to the ends Kcv. Denoon seconded the of the earth." Its people, -he said, M'ole of thanks in his usual gracious suited him to a T. The commissioner -will lollow Lhe plans laid down" by his predecessor, the late, David M. .Rees, who perish- ed .in the Bmpress' of Ireland" disas- inanncr, anrt Dr. Riva-rs spoke to tbo motion in wpnls oi praise for the work oi the Those, on the.platform were .Com- .........._ missioncr Richards, .Mayor Hardie, ter. He would hot attempt to-lay ]lcv. A. if. Denoon, Capt. Tuttc, nny now hut would fol- j Col. Hargravc, I.t.-CoI. Turner, low- in the footsteps of that brilliant :jor Hay, Capt. Parker, Major J. S. leader. Stewart, -IJ.l'-P ,.'E. K. Hlglnbotham, The 'ey'ci .lUdience ;werc open- HeV. David Ross, Rev. G-. H. Cob- l by .rt'he'.facts and" figiiics by bledick, and Commissioner Reid. _.. _, the commissioner on the work of the arniy, and liiy own personal record which be gave with a view to-show- ing just how he .Vas equipped -to carry on the He "has heen closely identified with [he Salvation Army'in the "Darkest.! England having done much to. establish what is the Men's Social. Work. His usefulness was not'confined to this" Urancli oi Army 'service, he thc-debate. of Liverpool, ihis'. charge ;whcii appointed .hy the inr.riiiF'tn the front' not only as the'crew of 33 and local Bramiveli tr.r'Canaua. cajiable" administrator; But ae one them ashore amid the! It .is intcrestinE to, know that. the. ii.- cheers "of 'the populace.- The captain .sons of the -Cornmissioner liavc ot the B.cngrove made this followed in, Jjlfclr; father's foQlstcps, "wi hnrt warning. There-was a the. cleverest. speakers 'in "the prov- ince. the soutlicrn inembers there' Is St. Service MISSANABIE ...Mar. 26 '-METAeAMA ...Apr. 9 Grampian'.........'.....Apr. 16 MISSANABIE (New) ..Apr. 30 For full particulars, apply to any Steamahlp Agent or- W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage. Avenue, .Winnipeg. We .had no warning. TheL_ ____ no private in the ranks" superior, "to explosion which threw Martin Wool! of Cardston, in debate, everybody on board off their ioct.and Not only is he a forcediT speaker, covered .them with debris and coal, he.generally has something new nobo_dy was Eeriously hurt. We say ami .in quickly and 'in good ng Twccdie jumping ug.and down 9, er- watched the, ship sink and ike a hen on a hot .griddle.-Mr: fopH in his speech delved into Scrip- style'.and-jiot .dnlf" were his qilotationi accurate, but Ihad a place in my rightside that VIM decidedly'apropos. It .big hit 'with the house. Mt: Wpolf is.a Mor- mon, and t4ic impression -was 'lorded on one that members of that church must" have, to undergo a thorough course in... Scripture work. And it cannot1 bu-denied .that-a well selected, properly (jirpted- verse of jneht. The 'lumber firms arr. tflklus-an In- terest in Duncan Marshall's work for the farmers. They have asked .'to be the yirivilege fof; and he minlettr asked for for spe- cial prizes. Three leading firms have that I could 'hardly' the wegof my clothes. I tried but they did me little toot, I never expected to get oat uain I got Lydia E. Pinkhim'i Veeonibta Compound Blood Purinir tiinly would haVe been in-Siv '..ylumif your mSe" hid ine. Bni now I can wo no hot fluhu or weak, nervous ipelli. All.piini, ach.a, fcara and Eone, my houw, cWntl we no longer neglected, u I lot tbe of Port Wash a pickpocket whom he arresU M wliicti -caiiittl''" oioi entirely free rf bid I had before ukin, your j, pleainre and In'my bint JOBIE HAH, K. D. j Stair.rocl, -Minsonri. Cassidv lo move to Ci the money and prim 61 S25, and JJO ivill ho giwiirto the agricultural bushel; of alfalfa "grown father's farm. Mr. Marshall Is deter- mined to push the'cultivation of al- falli development then came ,ashorc ,tlirbugh the agency of NoiMScotidi? Forced to Levy rf jv First Tax Jtfillfai. March The first dl- rect-.yircviniiiiL1! .taxation history of Nova Si-olla Blnco Confederation, ii now. by Premier -Murrny, who TMtr.rdiy -Introduced a bin in the House 'of Atc9tnbly calfccl' the Prov- incial War Under its: pro- It to levy" a1 tax of one dollar on all towns cities of Nova Scotk. the tai, It estimated, wllfj produce additional rev- enue. The aiseaiable property: In toUl of bf the live-stock induilri is pro- OOO.OOOJ 'the provincial (lellclt at tho vJuoi. tod fkicul year ..wu For Strength, Flavor, Economy and all-round BUY It is used in Mionsands of becaiiHc If, Is tlie best tea. soltl. YOU try It Send thlt AdvertiMmit7t ctnlf to Blue Hlobtn. eifc''iAJi: Ihi betl lor me In Weiterit 'Wrlli'iwnf and iddnH ;