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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta -PAGE FOUR THE L E T H B K1D G B DA 1L Y R A LiLv FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1910 Xetbbttbtjc Ibevalb Xctbbrl&oe, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per weeV . Dally, delivered, per year .. Dally, by mall, per year---- SVcokly, by mail, per year .. .. - 11."-.. .$6.00 . . . $3.00 I outer or clear from our ports, ntid, ftirthor. to warn our vitlzfiis noi to take passage. t'onslder the muftultutle of that offence to Great Britain, TELEPHONES Business Office .......... Editorial Office .. W. A. Buchanan Manasing Director . $1.00 i l''''^"''''- Hii.ssia and .lapan- ihranding ariiitrarily as unlawful a praotUe e.tpressly sanctioned as law-fill li\ Inlernational law-. If we accede to this Ceinian de-.niand we should tlien)l\v be graniinj;' ....... l^''-Uhe ("tennan contention that if citi-; ........... , zen? of tile I'niied !>tates should he | John Torrance ; lulled at sea by a German sulunarine j BusinesB .Manager Your King and Country Need You Right Now the government at Wasliinston wiuild lave no riKlH to call for redress of j i any niRuner. i President Wilson refused to yield j ito Germany, and thus the issue stood i I between llerlin and Washington when ^ !a lOterie of mnrplottini; disciples of' ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR ... The Germans must be ...adually | W. .1. Hryan throw the.r bombs mto ^ rcnllzinfi the iticlTLH-tiveness of their : the senate and the house. Their plain | assaults upon the Frenc'a positions in luivpose was to bind the president's ' hands, to discredit him in Germany I the Verdun section. No luattei- at what angle nor at what iwint the I and throughout th.^ world, to make it ^ German attacks have been delivered, I appear thai cotisvess and the country they have be�;�.�!., charges tliat liog buyers have been charging fanners half of one per cent, for the government inspection of hogs while the inspectors are paid by the government. The farmers' loss he estimates ai $179,901!. That the customs bars wore thrown down for the importation of goods of r------- , , Or. .)ohn .\oble, Toronto, has a.m-eod ^ various kinds for military use by Col. securing support for his negotiations ,Iher weaken the Bryan intUience as p^y iij^ rtifo, Violet h. Noble, all-'.i. w. .-VlliBon was the main fact with Germany. ' cotmto- grasps more fully and mony at the rate of SSO a month, and ^ brought out in evidence by the Mor- ___ clearlv the significance of the revolt ;'^^''^ -"'^^ "o' I'foceed to trial. , risburg, Ont., collector of customs be- the typhoid epidemic: , .ad the tnotrves that carried it so! 3,,,-Reynolds, former T"^^ ""-^ -^^I""'^ what's to be done? j dangerously near to consummation. , proprietor and editor of the Nanaimo Herald. Ladysnilth Herald and Van The epidemic of typhoid which has Invaded Lethbridge has taken on a serious look, eighteen cases having been reported to the health autliori-^tie."; Wednesday and Tliursday. The Board of Health has recognized its responsibilitity and is bent ting action to combat the sprea the disease. - But the board cannot do everything. | German mark is today worth 1.S Only the closest co-operation on the | cents in Xew York. On ..\ugubt 1st, part of all residents tan possibly re-;'1914. it was worth abo.it i". cents. [ Bult in checking the ravages of the .\fter being confined ;!2 hours in the burned Bonaventure station, a four- i Join the Kilties-get In line today. | couver Daily Leader, is dead at Van-! .r""^!""' .? ', _ coiiver. aged ti.l. i months-old Italiaii police dog, the pro- |. ~ I  n . _ I perty of Lew Ritchie, an emplovee of ; Villa breaks out with front pag.>-1 Vancouver Trades and Lab ' jitis again. President Wilson will like- cil withdrew trom the com iui/.ru no,|ly find this time that he had better' vinoial election campaign, 1 upon set-i step in and clean uu the .Mexican ! have decided to p ^ ,i .... :f"" ticket of six in the Held, spread of'mess. \S atchiul waiting wont do it. j _ A syndicate of old coi:iitry S j ists, of which Lord Rhondd I wern. the Welsh coal baron, 'jhas acquired the Peace Hiver Trad-jing and Land company, in northern disease up short. There are many things individuals can do. In the first place they can follow the Health Hoard's instructions to the letter. In the second place they can- clean uji any refuse and decayed masses in their back yards. And they can report suspicious circumstances to the j health authorities. We believe ourselves that the epidemic has nearly run its course, but .unless householders shoulder their burden oi responsibility it may develop into alarming proijortions. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. The health board will do all It can, but remember, success In their efforts is dependent almost entirely on your co-operation. there is any sati.sfaction in that fori Alberta, the Kaiser wo fail to see it. __ , The -Methodist ministers of ICink's , and Queen's counties liassed a reso- The water supply may be harmless : ,,tio, calling attention of the provln- but the Board of Health may be nuite jcial government and legislature to the sure consumption won't lie abnormal i necessity of a better enforcement of while it smells so like a German izas ; I'rohibition act^ attack. ,, ,,, , , ,,, . Hte. hdward ,1. Christy, a ourvivor . of the storm on the Great Lakes in .November, 1913, died from wounds, accordhig to the casualty list. He was a member of the Second battalion. and enlisled with the battalion at Sarnla. the Grand Trunk, was found in the wreckage. The animal, nearly dead*] from cold and exhaustion, was siic-cessfully revived. The public accounts brought down ....... , at the opening session of the British ists, of which Lord Rhondda. Llan- i Columbia legislature by Premier Bow-wern. the Welsh coal baron, is liead. iser showed a reduction of nearly four million dollars in provincial expenses during the fiscal year ending last .March. .-V much larger cut Is expect-i'd. the premier said, in the year ending this month. Is It Lansing and Wilson or Von Bernstorff and the Kaiser? was the rally cry of the supporters of President Wilson in his recent fight in congress. Wo hope Bemy is satisfied with the answer. .A babv girl, born to .1. and .Mrs. Moe, Niagara Falls. Ont., on Fob. 29, is one of the daughters of leap year who win receive a loving cup from the governor-general of Canada, the happy parents having received word from his royal highness that the cup would be forwarded as soon as the proofs of birth were received. A. R. B. Hearn, manager of the im perial Bank at Calgary for the past four years, has been assigned the post .lames -McGee, carpenter, of Toronto, , was painfully burned when gasoline, ' ot manager of the bank of that insti- ,witli which he was attempting to 1 "''key I ,g],^ i, ^^ exploded. He saved his life by throwing himself Into a snowbank. U, S. GIVES GERMANY A COLD TURN-DOWN Tho right ot a merchant ship There is a lot of talk of suing for peace, but it is just tall.'. Turkey declared war from Berlin and ;Turkey will ask for ijeace when Ber-:lln dictates and not before. That will, �be when Germany is ready to ask for;social, educational and religious work .peace, too. And Turkey may be quite i".' J;""""' Heno'. Kingston, for tho Ger tojsure that if any sacrificing is done The V. .M. C. .A. has taken over arm for defence against an enemy ' tho central powers, it will not be at -warship^ has been the .subject of de-; (jermauy's expense until after Turkey ! mans and Austrians who are prisoners of war there, li. .M. Peach, of .\lton. Illinois, will work there. look after tho bate In V. S. congress, and President AVIlson has won out by a big margin over those who held that the V. S. should not recognize this right, and should therefore warn Americans that they must not travel on armed allied TesselB which Germany claims she has the right to sink without warning. The Spokesman Review puts the matter ,vmT clearjy, anil we'reproduce Its coranieat qn AViUon's victory because It cleara up many tiuestions of tntornattonal law which have been more or less of a mystery to many Ct us: Jluch was said yesterday in the house to becloud the principle, but when shuffling words are swept aside tho case still stands unaltered, thus; The right of a merchant ship Id carry guns for defence is a right unquestioned under international law tor more than 100 years. German ships oxerclaed that acknowledged right In the Franco-Prussian war, and had unquestioned access to the ports of tho United States. Tho right of foreign ships thus ecjuipped for defence to enter and clear from the ports o� the United .States Is expressly acknowledged by the statutes of the United States. We aro now asked by Germany to j'opmllato that law of nations and that statute ot cougresB and refuse to Jgt ijefonslvely armed merchant ships has been carved up to the victorious allies. The .Medicine Hat Tiiuei-niier Sifton is putting uji a big bluff in refusing a royal commission lo investigate the Stanley charges, and winds up by saying that tl. * standoff i can only be temporary-murder will ; out. In British circles a man is con- ! sidored innocent until he is proved guilty, and before ti man is found 1 gulUy there must be a charge laiil , against hln). Will the Times kindly i tell u.s ope pan, cither a member of; tho government or a member of the 1 staff, agalijst whom Dr. Stanley has made a'\8pfi-'lfic charge? When such a! eliarge.j'is made it will be time to investigate.' and If the party charged is guilty It will be time to cry "murder." But to convict a man before he Is charged isn't done in the British Empire; the Huns have a corner on that procedure. , Steve Costaiitinoff. a foreigner, liv-j ing in the factory district in Crow-savs I're-i'''"'^^ ""^'^ ^'^'^^ ''^"'^ coalH at Wetl- and on a charge of selling luiuor with out a license. This is the fifth blind pig case within a month. In which a $300 fine was imposed. tiition at Winnipeg, to succeed Jlan-nger Leslie, who dropped dead recently. .Mr. Hearn will be succeeded In Calgary by &. K. Boultbee, at present manager of the Imperial Bank at Sault Ste. Marie, .Mich. Hon. Kdwurd Brown, provincial treasurer, in the .Manitoba legislature moved the second reading of a bill to amend the corporations taxation act providing for increasing the taxe.s j of express companies and street rail-' ways. The taxation of express companies will bo put on the same level as In Saskatchewan and Alberta. There are only two street railway systems in Manitoba-one in Winnipeg and the other in Brandon. Mr. Brown expects to raise about |10,000 this year from the Winnipeg system. ALBERTA GOVT. GIVES NFOHITI Edmonton, .March 9.-Information was given on several matters by the government in the legislature yesterday. In answer to Mr. Hoadloy's (luos-tlons regarding ,T. A. Held, Alberta coramlssloner In London. Premier Slf-ton said that Commissioner Reld was aiipolnted on August 1, 19i:i, that he commenced his duties In September, that the government jiald the' expenses of moving him and his family to j Kngland. that something like $12,000 has been spent since In the upkeep j of his office, his salary being $71!00 j a year, and his yearly rental being I considerably over $4000, It was shown ! too that he has three employees in I his otlice. Succession Duties I In answer to other tiuestions asked j by Messrs Crawford, Patterson, .Mich, j ener, .-\rcher, Kwing and Dr. Stanley, ; the information was vouchsafed that j' the total amount collected in succes- , slon duties up to tho commencement \ ot-the year was $375,221.03, that there : was a big advance In the year 191."!, ' that eight convictions were registered ; in lillo against licensees lor viola- i lions of the lUiuor license ordinance, 1 that there were 2H convictions in lol.i, , that the amount of fines for these ; convictions collected In 1914 w'as . $39u, and in 191,'j, ?144B. It was shown,  too, that there were no jail sentences ! nieled out for these convictions. ' Railway Guarantees To Mr. .Mkhener's tiuestions ^'e- j gardlng railway guarantees, etc., it ; was answered that $7,.")01,'J40.19 stands \ to the credit of the provincial trcas- ; urer on account of sales of railway : boud.s guaranteed by the province, ' that the amount paid out on account ; of executed railway guarantees to- ! tala $;;S,412,751,20, that provincial � bonds to the extent of $4,117.S:'.3,34 have been sold since March 1, Uil'i, , that tho net proceeds of these sales were $3,832,034,34, that the sum total { of the railway guarantees at this ! date is $43,100,450, thai the total j amount of the authorized KeciirltleH 1 ila $59.410,4.')0, tliat the provincial; debt now is $26,733,178,79, and that apart from the proceeds of authorized MADE � ��/in \  CANADA PATRONIZE HOME � PRODUCTS New Victor Records Enjoyable selections from the March list JUST OUT Three ton-Inch, double sided Victor Records-90 cents for the two selections She's the Daughter of Molher Machroe C, Harrison My Mothor'a Rosary Koi^gHt .Mo Not-Intermezzo To You-Waltz Serenade The Girl on tho Magazine I Love a Piano Charles Harrison Venetian Trio Venetian Trio Harry Macdonongh Billy Murray 17948 17951 17945 35521 B4631 8723il .New Dance Record Stop, Look and Listen-Medley Fox Trol Victor Military Biind When Old Hill Bailey Plays the Ukalele- Medley One Step Victor Military Band Red Seal Records Santa LucUi George Hamlin Calm lis the Night .AlcCormack-Krolsler Call in aiitl hoar Iheiii til any "Hi.s Masler'.s Voici'"' ilealcr's Victrolas-$21 to $400 Easy Payments, if desired Ask for free copy of our 4.jO-page Musical Uncyclo-pedla listing over (iOOO Victor Records VIctrola X. $102 ' BE SURE TO LOOK FOR THIS TRADE MARK fliO J .DEP' Berliner Gram-o-phpne Company, Limited 143 LENOIR STREET, MONTREAL Dealers In every town and city One Price from Coast to Coast MASON & RISCH, Ltd. The Home of The Victrola Balmoral Block Fifth Street South THE NEW GERMAN ATTACKS ON VERDUN HUNS HA-Ve TROUBLE' WITH U, 8. SAILORS AT CONSTANTINOPLE London, March 8.-A Reuter dispatch from Athens says: "Private advices from Constantinople report several brawla between (Jerman.s and bluejacket? of the .Arnorlcnn station (guardshlp) there. The latter aro now only rarely permitted on land, on condition they do not enter i)laceH of (imusement frctiuented by Cer-inans." Made Dishes. Made Dishes, prepared with the help of LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE, are a great aid to economy, besides giving a pleasing variety to the Menu. Owing to iU QUAL11*Y and concentration, a few drops of Lea & Perrins'give far more satiafaction than a much larger quantity of a "cheap" imitation. m Rimri from the nrooeeus 01 autuorr/ed 'f'o urrowB Indicate tlit^ now Oorman attack from tbo east on Verdun; ramvar"et.t!rlties there nr the attack on Pom-a-mousson, towards which a now offensive 1b planned, to the credit of the provincial Ireas-.............____________....... _......_-rrr-r-r--.........-- - - ,-----------� � Observe the sisnature thus;- urer the sum of $i)41,202.:il. .Mr. PJwIng'fi fiuestlona elicited the Information that riefaults had heon made In the payment of tho guaranteed bonds of the Lacombe nntl Hllnil-man Valley railway comnany and that by reason of those defaults $li,842.50 had been paid bv the lu'ovince on April 1, IIH,'-., and $6820 on Oct. 31, APPAM CASE NOW IN COURTS Richmond, Va., .Vlariii II.-Although contending that the United States courts have no Jurisdiction over tho former British liner Appam, counsel for Lieut. Hans Berg, commander of the German prize crew which brought her Into Hampton Roads, agreed yesterday to present a defence at the trial In federal l.ourt hero of the libel suit brought by British owners to recover poHBOBHlon. March 27 was tentatively agreed upon for beginning hearings. Clounsel for the British ownera Hlod an amended libel yesterday hased on tho Oennan naval code of I'.iO'J relating to the disposition of prlzeB of war, and oiiposlng oounsel asked for time in which to answer, .liidge Wnddlll gave them until March 20. It Ih expected that the Ontario government and the city of Toron-.o will matorlttlly increase their grants lo the Toronto-Hamilton highway. I'orty-llve mllcB of stroets wore paved In Montreal last year. Tho city now has l!)8 miles of payed utreots out oi' a total of 481! mlloa of l^trootB. Don't Suffer Long and allow yourself to become grouchy, upset, tier/pus and depressed. 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