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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta rorn THE LETHPRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 191S letbbriboe BIbertn DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, delivered, per year..... Dally, by mall, per year...... Wwklr, by mill, per year.... J4.00 s.oo 1.00 RICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY MAN TELEPHONES: BusinoES Offlco'............... 12e Ed.'torlal Office 122 W. A. Buohannn John Torrancs ManoGine Director Dusiuesa THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The pounding oi the [orta ol tho by John Beutty, a Mason tor 75 years, died at Snrnia In his 37tli year. Reports tabled in show thai the C. K. is earning muia llian 1U uer CPU I. on thcii invest- ment. The Parisian cMc, in St. Catherine [street, .Moutvval, which has becu in the limelight frequently in the cab- aror- agitation, was burned. Tlirec thousand men arc wanted next mouili for construction work on the Hudson's Bay Railway irom Lc Pus, Man. Kilwarif Swaine, a veteran of the Cvimoan war, is dead at Kingston, agnl S3. John J. Hoth 01 UuiTnlo, was shot and killed by liis Itf-y car-old Leo. who wns endeavoring to Us mother .1 healing H. II. Stevens, of Vancouver, will sou save Limit. -Col, H. II. Smith, oi Chat-' Dnrdanelles continues with, step step. batteries being sllencefl. Pore and aft ihoj have been and are raked bv the bic guns of the war-. L i i reduce a bill to 1mm ihe sju-irfcrs ships. the Queen MlzubeUi lhc B_ c_ U) .15 ,n'muU.Si shifted her position from inside the j jind "C minuios the house to oulside on the west, ia iho coniniHiee. Gulf of Snros Here she is sending out across a or ,an people of Lethbridge. The C. N. R though it has beec, has alnsys passed Southern Alberta up -without the slightest Four yeart we thought sure would have tha C. N. -R. in operation here within a year. Each year the -company found some plausible excuse for standing us off another twelve months, and today we are as far frcm having a C.N.R. service as we ever were. It is time the legislature and the Dominion gov- ernment took a liand In the game, and the action at Ottawa will he most welcome. What we want lo make eure of now is that tlie company be made to 11P to lnc demand con- tained in the amendment. artoon by James Frjae. THE BATTLE LINE IN FRANCE A cross country view of the line through Northern France and Belgium held by ihe Al sbveral poljits are easily discernible. Advances at Help the boy a by helping the T. M. C. A. LflthTDridgp is to have rural mall de- TTre arr advar-ing a little al.' the lline in spite of the hard limes. .If you .hare .been o crlooked "by the T. M. C. A. canvassers, get busy an? get Jn touch- "with the Institution j 'Seven hurcred' msn 'at one dollar a month will keep the institution opea- It Si not much. its. loss to Letfcbridge would amount to many tlmeo thit ttcount In'.the for our .boys. And mzybe in a rouple fi' years we will be in a financial posIMon to the whole- 'irtJeljtedncSK (ho Ibooki. If there IB one institution that etiuuio not have to struggle along 11 tbs "IV, f GETS HIS J08 was Lord Commissioner of tbc Ad- and controller of the navy in 1908-10, after which he became com- mander of the ssfoml squadron of the homo fleet. On July 23, aitcr the war broke out, he was given command of ihe home ileet at a Lime when it was _------------ fully expected that the German fleec would to battle. Sit London Vice-Admiral Sir John John is known as one of the ablest Jcllicoc has been promoted to A'dmiu- and best adniir.Us o[ the younger al. and Admiral bir Uedworth Uleux school, was appomteil admiral oi tbe l.cjt in V-l-irnl Mr.r.x. (T.C.n., K.C.D., C.I Sir John's stead. Sir Hedivor-th lias H., K.C.V.O., C.V.O., naval A.D.C. uuL.l L oil ay Lccn coinmanuer-in-cliici to the King, is the third son of Uic at Portsmouth. Me is 5y'years old. .second Earl til Durram. Me enlcrej] The shiit in command ot the home tte navy in 1S70, scr.i-r! m the horn- fleet cam? an a great surprise. bardmcr.t o, nnrl in the It is .supposed lhat the exceptional I'-gyptian war, liccame captain talents of Aitmiral Jcllicoe .ire re- was pnvalp sccrMar- loihcj "Y Hie Admiralty, 189-1-7; quired in un mlvjsory cfiitacilv ;it Ihe Admiralty, during tiic enforced commanded oi TUB home licet. Sir John i-ad s.'illi, German olliclal 'Our progress la London naval brigade ah n the 'ioulh African war- ._ commanded Ihe royal yacht. 1001-3; v.-iis cprmul in command' o[ the Chan- nel Flefc, 1S03-1 and commanded lnc cr division of t'e J'cnitcr- r--.cv- i t, IEQ1 fi co mandcd the f h na t 'Mi. niul has lu-ei m s of r. Inerr.1 i- I r r> conirnanuc r since "f I Newcastle Is rd in 1003 uf ti.c Lehi'on will clear up your liric stone in IKrul- drr or the in Hie rufenll Kidney and Trouble. .'Ik.nbux, 8 for Trial trcijlriicnt free if yoii write-Natiow.il ClicinicHl Co. ot Canada, limited, Toronto. Kii IN ACTION Mrs. R. EC L r teived thai i a fjtlicc Robert liad j been ki.led a.i ['rout. 1-1 e waa a petty ctftcer in thp na.'y and 'n'as ItiJl- ed on November 20. Mrs. Eccleetone lost a first couain, at the eame time, and n brother-in-law who was JrJlled Jn France. Tho latter wng a prl- vnto In the army aid volunteered at jibe of Mio The two former had 16 and 20 ymrs, respect- ively. In the service. The neople of this iinmr) wish to fixlcnd tliclor 3jpm- to the bereaved relativei. For Sale at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridge Hotel "The Flag that never comes A thrilling and inspir'ng war song. Every loyal Briton should Iienr it as sung by Edward Hamilton, baritone, on Vidtor Record No. 17696, price 90c. On the reverse side is a strikingly realistic description of the passing of the British tioops through Boulogne. Among the others on the splendid list of new Victor Records for March are: Ten inch, double sided, OOc for the two selections] 77M The. All Fin-n Ihe Pic c.i Qu.lM j Cood-l yc G rh, I'm rilloljgh 111 C R yn ond Diion Elimc Temple Bill, (horn "Chin J Billy Lola of New Dance In esl iii dunce music. Hcurthii our: Gliilcritig (WJu H 11 t on) BUck R.ie [Walt. HeiiUt on> Vict.t O.chciU, New Red of maichlcsii of Victor Heccrd by [amous r.rtlftt. John Krcisler duct AieMiria (Go.nod) John McCoimtct, l-noi-Fiili Kto.lct, A Notable Achievement Sp'eidi'd reroidinj o( Bich'i ConenCo m D M no, loi rm, Tlo i.y F iti Kirii e and Efi m Zimbal il. h Ihiee patti Rtcoid. No.. 76028. 76030. The March lisft of New Vidtor Records goes on Sale Today. Call at any "His Maker's Voice" dealer and hear while. Vidor in Home Products Vicftrola VI With 15 (en-iach. douMe-slded Victor Rccordi (39 your own choice) J-17.00 Sold on easy terms, if desired. Other Victrolas from to (on easy payments, it and ten-inch, double-sided Victor Records at 90c for ihe two lelecliona at my "Hii Mailer's Voice" dealer in any town or citv in Canada. Wrile for free copy of our 410 page Musical Encydopedia lifting over 6000 Victor Records. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. LIMITED 2 Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS (N EVERY TOWN AND CITY Mason Risch, Limited! I Phone 791. 21 WESTERN BRANCHES. 404 5th Street South. A Diiitiiiig Service The Unioa Bank ol Canada not only gives its customers every form of service which a Bank can offers the decided advantages which come from z network ct Branches, 320 in number, covering almost every psit of Canada, May we serve you? O? CANADA GRA6SY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BKANCH A. B. KING, Actlnc Maniger G. R. TINNING, Maniger ;