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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Till LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THUKKOAY, MARCH 11, 1915 Devalb DAILY AND WEEKLY. RATES: Daily, .delivered, year UftlJ.v. by mail, per year by m ft II, per year.... KQO ;l.OO 1.00 J TELEPHONES: Business Office Edrtorial Oflicu................ 132 W. A. Buchanan John Torrsnco' 5 Director Business Manager body within reach of n plot of gro no liou' small, In front yirtl o back yard or side yard, should llil your raise something that iidd t the rium of the world's food supulj There- should be uo Ullo lots by tin roadside In the. 'by the slree Hide iu the hamlet, villujro, WAIT SITUATION TODAY Tho only movements in the west- era', campaign featured by tba news despatches are the slow "but steady advance of the Allies In tho Cham- pagne district at PerUies; aimed at the- enemy's communications 'between Reims and Vareanes. Recent attacks 'made'by the 'enemy, north of Arras, at Loretta, have quieted down, the situation there spite ot the reports from Berjiu. of the! capture of advanced trenches. i That the enemy has recently' not] gained anything" hia Mlo'ei may gathered' from the- tone oLhis official despstciiei.'.-'.Thejvicon nothing iu the Triypf tta bombast, and tbe ianginaiion of their hiring (bien. stretched to the limit, ira evidently mkias a rest, i Such, reports iu "In the Champa pie district the fLrhtlDK.lua not yet come oily. The soil Is ready to. yield bouu tifullr to fecd'tho millions abroad thu are throat en ed with hunger, mid the labor it calls fur should bo cheerfully nntl piontJfuJly. Jf the Idle farms and the Idle lots, tho land thai Is going to' waste on every sido with in ttiti of the North Auiericai republic, vere cultivated this year tho- United ..States could feet iho world. 'Let an army of American, women aad children ibe mobilized for this grand object and It will go ftir more than a llttlo way toward repair- ing the harm that is being done b otion mobilized the .armies, .of elsawhero. Everybody, broadly speak- ing, is eligible to enlistment in this cause. If everybody does his part, small or large, there will, .we believe, 03 nc cry for bread throughout' Hie earth this year or next year to which..the people of the United States cannot, promptly aud generously teian the Vosgw the mist and snow render fishting 5peak for Tlie operations of "the fleet "iu the continue unimpeded. New? from Poland Is extremely meagre. The apparent 'calm is, PCS' the prelude of a teg battle TFhfcl] has been for some time tiripated- ;LErS HAVE .THE SOLUTION TThe opposition E.L Bdttoaton Is try- ing to make capital out of Ine delays the railway comjjaniefi iu. under- ajj construction of the roads in 'ICKED UP IN THE MAN- Branlford in rats will le 53 mi'ds. Hash JIunroa of Torouto will go to St. Jcha's Presbyterian church, Cornwall., John Hamilton, who ilied in obourfj ased 91, bed Jived in tbe ITU for eighty years. Jeff Mansel and M. M. Caiiby ci Caraden, Arkl, accused of stea'.lug hoga, Trere lynched by the citizens. Fire of unknown, origin entirely de- stroyed the stock of the Farlanti Dry Goods Co., Port Arthur, Sunday. TVnil Aflsley of Medicine Hat ivouid negotiate the sale of his coal mine to ihe city cf Medicine Has. The council considering the proposition. Her. Father U'fllfam Collins, curate W. A. BUCHANAN CRITICIZES COCKSHUTT RESOLUTION; IT WOULDGAGIHE FARMERS On 1, W.' F. Cock- company. All1, [lulcliinsou argues thai shutt. Conservative inemlwr '.for jtlio entire tariff, iu 10 far us It af- ttrniilloid, prmpitnlcci a ilebulc on tillage Implement.1; used yu'ou tlio tallowing resolution which moved That, in the opinion ot this House, but of': the ivar J..TO such ns to justify the he the farms1, impoics n burden upou the fanner of Wctlern Cmmda. V.'e of Canada supreme control ,'ovcr and dratiny of ,oiir be food exercising quantity cxpoits" thereby i-eg'ulatiuj; the pricrs atVhieh been advocating, ns Jlr. llulchinsou points out, inwuscil ptoduetiou, hut jtiotluctioii can only be brought about., by utilizing tillage' Implements, mid I upon these tthe Clovernment, under Its proposed tariff is put- ting an extra tax. Let mo bread, meat and other food products Mr- Hutchinson says in be sold for home consumption.' farmers will. 01 course, i-hilc at (he same time directing that c''lllc'1 P-V have surplus food exports should- ftiily liccn nolilicd by Canadian manufacturers tliat prices will he m- 1 erwsirt to us anil we have alrpiuly to prepare a'licw price list for reach IJritish or frienUly countries, A. Buchanan, 'the "member [Or Uediciue Hat, participated in the de- bate, anil the jlatisard report of Ins speech' is us follows the sale of OUT commodities. On every walking plough, .there be an crease in the price paid of Iroiu lo on every, sulky plough an in- crease ot 5-1 on every drill an in- Mr. Cockshutt; Do-these UICLPHSES W. A. Uuc-hanuni (Medicine The lion, member (or Brantfoid Mr. Cockshutt) spoke of Canada as i icing the gr.uri.irj- ui the Empire; I OL hink it will be udmittcd that West- in Canada is really granavy of; apply-10- pIouglK. made in the United he British hon. Rcatle-J Stales or lo ploughs made m Cuu- mn proposes to make provision tor i he regulation of prices ol foodstuffs. >Ir- (i Mr. Hutclimsoii vhtch would include the lartfr.'num-jSays, have already been uotihcd )tr of the products of Uestcrn Cnii- Canadian jnaiiuroclurcrs. da in U'cstern Canada has I Ur- Cockshutt: Eo far as our firm Entrench against Colds with BOVRIL BRITISH TO THE BACKBONE or ALL ETC. f 1; oiL'OVcry wagon nn of in I lie prices to the faiincr of all kmtod uiois. Tlicn there [ollon-s u Icngtlly view with, Mr. Hutclihisuii, in winch liorsaj-s Mini increases are CAPTAIN FRANZ VON PAPEN Military ntiaclie to Gernmu Am hassndor Vgn B.eniBtorfl' itt ton, is involved in Hie rniudn tent, imssiiort scaiulal by which Gcr iiiiiiiR wors nllpst-'d tu bo yeltlug Am ericau posrpgrts to Eogland. ,i7, and on every disc plough an in- crease oi '5S, with similar advances menl; business willlin1 '-Iht1- last couple of years, -is probably more familiar ill. these-conditions" than I am, but wan to inlo farming uondi-1 ions. That mis due largely to the j rices received for the grain'_ .which I j nd tliprc is :i prospect fanner btaining a good price lor his wheat, he hon. member for Brantford comes long with a proposition to restrict ic prices within certain .limits and practically to-wipc out the first op- portunity for making a tbe WesicTii farnver has had...for a treat many yeais. PlilLlE TO FAKMEJlS will be the effect of the pro- P'jsed chauces in tariii upon the farmers of Western Canada t The hon. member for Hed Deer (Mr." Mi- chael Olark) argiies t-hat .the price oi i the protected article gees up just 10 I the estent to which the tariff'is in-j I have before me substantial proof that since the Government in- creased the protcrtion ailordcd to ccr- Mr. Buchanan I incorrcct. Mr. HntL'hinson'proceeds to enumerate the who has dissociated !V-r- e agriculluial implc-j- On evci'y-gans plough tin incrense ol "SUEZ SIDE" of SL Joieph's Roman Gatablic'church laP agricultural the erameat ifl using hiada io bald, and outaide the McckfiQiie an Maim, outfit, have sueceedsd in ge tinj: action.; If iriciecer, Tweedle alijihave any plan for prodding Bl Dan let Ellier that, 'or shut up and tet th cuJsinefls of the cession THE NEED OF GREATER PRODUCTION Great .Britain has in resttu.- mor in this country than. in an otiw country in the world, ouisid of-the. United 5iaies. The sum tola .la'Vo "beln erffil to 8400 for eTery inan, and child. This money." baa SOHB largely provide railway 'and other -facUltlee for-' carrying, on -our buiiness. It I ioued money, and boars one hundre Aocl tiyenty mJlliMs of dolUrs inter- MT innuiUy. Tbn in te rest moit It wn expoit inf, siLrpiOB products. is' market for all the farm pro dudtte ire produce orer and XJ 001 own requireBHu. A truty pe .cent. Inereue cortr wr purineita and main Tjhif one aniwcr to. the question lftr ii it mccMftrr Canada hjji .particular ahnld Increase beloQtput of tie fani'.' THE -3MIIE SOIL War, M Ve lacv, chaaees the of aJI tblnrs. Loctliy Uiij has .feOM home to ua in plan put for- for utlllilni our vwant lots and for the cultivation, of; food :BOW being on fttb "PatriotUBi'aflu Prc- The war Is a practice tal is utilltiriiin.-" iVTitb, regard racant we have been to utfe thair beinp v for the, coJUyiitipta ot 'flonn, so ae The plan adopted by- bJB freqaently 'cited to tollttv. the to utilize' .tlieae ail.-we -can vacaul diet the the farm Tae- WML is aot flcly a local jne, H Jf iJi It HH >e- qairw the foilom-lag ex- tract from the CJirlBtjaii Mon- itor, In no article urffiBff greater pro- tf timely: Ctaada nor the Bhould tbrow :'_al] the responil- MlI their, dejpnderic? OB 1 lippiDff irom ._____ the Winnipeg Free Press of Tuesday, for a penod of 99 years of the eilatlns Februarj- 33, containmg the report of Japanese lease of 'tie -ports of Daln and Port Arthur. At FHF X.Y., iliss Ella P fipljbr. ajed 31, died as. the result of dog bice received in tie calf of her fifteen years ago. The bite brough on tnbercuJosJs of tte boue. Liont. Wm. Colquhoun of HamUton inamber oi! the Princeaa Patricias mlseing. He is hare pcen recommended fcr the Vic iqria a "Quebec officer nas been appointed to the command o the new French-Canadian infantry regiment, stationed at St. John's P.Q. A. -P. Gouilliard. 35 years old. Holland Ottawa, .shot and biiied-himself in a room la the Hotel Bfeaiin, Tcrt, on A buJJetin issueiJ by Dr. Denuce ho is in- attendance upon Mme. right leg was ampu- Uted that ike condition of Bembardt toatioueB rery satisfactory! PieVaiiitzer, 'founder and man- aiine director of tbe .Dominion Abat- .oir Co.. Ltd., .London, Ont., and cne of .he beat packing men in Can- SAomw. Ash, -the. noted Russian author addressed a monster ifla meeting in "the ll-usaey Vcich met to pray for-the Stftcess of-tbe Allies "atiu the half a illlion Jb'ira flelitinf. Smith, a, signaler at- ached to exhibition camp head- 4th Artillery Brigade, lied Gioerai hoapital OD Sat- irday of meningitis. Satltti came from Brantlord..- Tlie cJiv ot Calgary authorities ttarfl otlfled military autboritieo that o taken for the 'property, _ to or 'or- fleen -any Brltlshvregluient) naval or. milita'ry--aen-ice: during: the ontlnutnce of'the-European cnnnict. At the Liberals of Somh. in Gait, John Drown, a proaperoaa" farmer'and cal- le dealer ef near Gait, Tras the unanimous choice as the can- ildate tho party in.the nest elcc- ipn. .The financial secretary'for India'an-, lounced a1 deficit of for the inrrwal financial; year; and estimated j. liiaiUr deHcH for the year cpmmene- ivlSlS, duVta'the effect of he war on and ,c- ;eipta...Jie propoied rip additional tu- ition. fin interview with "Me. H. -W. Hutch- inson, Ticc-presidcni- director of John and managing Deere Plough "The Beverage that Benefits' Not simply a thirst nol merely a stimulant, but just the Uic'prices'of tic has ever been produced. I suliiuit t-he prices of''grain hi-Eastern-Canada to- day riso higher than they ever liaye been in the past, the additional pric- es vhich 'tiic! farmer 'will have; to pay 'for; the articles arc given ad- ilitional prqicttioii' under--, tlie Laiifi cliaiigcs 'introrincctl at this session oi Parliament, will take away: from'the iu- crchsed price he rcctiycs foj; his pro- duct! l "LOYALTY OF Tlio iiieiiibpr. for., Brantford takes a patriotic view :6f the situa- 1 .wish-to tell my .lion, a boust, liut. as a statemciit- 01 tlicrc is up moro patri- otic citixcnshii) .in this .country than that which is found in Western Canada: I liavc'liad tlio plea- sure of'attending; a great inuny pa- .rio.Uc in my own constitu- it constituency largely populat- ed-by come from .be'repuhlic. to the south. Those men and have been inlcrcsting houiselvcs in the promution of every and are-prepared to iiake sacrifices on behnlf of Canada in til thc'wnr is over, ami victory is proclaimed-'on belialf of the -Allies, ['hey are-prenacpil to-nnl.'i saciificcs m behalf pi patriotic enterprises, and hey are prepared, if need lie, to sac- ificE thcir-HOiis to the 15mpiic. In my loristilucncy ;i stinatlron ol mounted ifles Jiai'--jnst betii raised .to go to he: front- with the third contingent, mrt in tlmt-squutlron-there, arc six ifiicei'S, eacli- of them a native horn American citizen who has, only- rc- ently become a naturalized citizen of Any one who is under the nprcssion tliat our IIIM'V citizens are ot true. Canadians-has been cntcr- ining mistaken ideas. ..that this war Hscli lias developE'd.-.'a-istrnngnr... Canadian oitl- zeaslup thiin have ever hail in the past. Hut it'has "provcn the metal, it 'and cstahfisiicil the loyal- ty'ol the, pcfople'Svho have, gone-into Western Canada 'arid pre- pared to make their contributions, iJolfe's Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps (HOLUWD6 Olrl) a "pick-me-up" tonic nnd most bencJicial Jo ils eifcct on Uic liver, kidneys and ollici1 organs. Vastly superior to ordinary fiin. _ Qllai'xalJf a and Rtiail Starts Distributors HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY. Canoon from -London. .Graphic. HOW BEITONS HONOR A OF ELUCHER'S CAPTAIN Jim- price cd" thbiinfof" bf ythc ioily and then have to pay iifcrcascd 'prices lo.ri.llje article's' which' they urn, THE-WOKK lion.- friend- 'in his icsolution says While at .the same, directing Umt our surplus food exports should onlV reach British of 'Friendly coun- tries. Sly hon. friaml surely- -lias- kept in touch wiLli llntnin's attitude during Ihisiwar. He knows that today it has been declared that no food oi any kind will he-allowcil to'.'go into nanj or any other country oppo cd [to the Allies, on account'ol tlie atti- f.'Jdc oi Gcimahy and Itlm1 countries allied ivitli hoi i that t can get'food product-; to the Allies and NOSE'CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH Apply Cream iu Nosliils TO Up Passages. .Alii What relief! Your clogged nostrils open right up, ,the air pass- uses of your are ciear and you can brp.iitlvo freely. No more hawk- ing, snuffling', mueoua discharg-e, heHdachc, atniRgling foi1 breath at nigh i, your cold-or catarrh zone. Don't stay Bluffed up! Get a.small bottle bt.Kly's Cream Balm from youi1 L'-ir'. now. Apply a HUlo of this fragraut; antiseptic cream. in y.our nostrils, let 'it ponctrato .tliroiitjh Gvery-.a_ir. passage of tlie ami liedl dio'psivollen, inflamed inu- cbus niGiabraiie, giving' yoiy' irtslant relief. Ely'a Cream Bnlni- !s jusb wiiat .every cold and catarrh sufCorer baa been seeking. It's just, splendid. For sale by J. D. Illginbotham. Co i Tlie funeral of Captain Car! Erdmann, commander of the 'Gennan eruiserVBlucher sunk, in the famous North. Sea battle, van celebrated -sritk full military honors at Edinburgh., The proceHflion started from the castle with n German flag- tlie gun ow the friendly countries because, of the existence of JL great -power within the British. Empire, and Uiif resolution, I maintain, is" not necessary ia that regard, because all our surplus pro- ducts "are more, than likely to.go to !thei countries .to which ..ivs want them to. Gteht Britain-, aha to tho ailieil During liis' .speech later oh iii the debate Rt. Hon. .Sir Robert Boiden associated himself with' Buchanan in his tribute to the neV settlers in the-Wcst. CAPTAIN H. A. KAULBACH Sou of- Archdeacon1 Kaulba-ch .of N.S. wiin while serving with the King's Own RJfles. Si. Service MISSANABIE (New) ..Mar. 26 M ETAGAM A Apr. 4 Grampian MISSANABIE (New) :.Apr. 30 .For.full- particular! apply to; any.Railway or-Steamihip Agent or', W. C. 210 PorUtie. Avsnue, Winnlpeo. THE CANADIAN OP COMJVIERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT OERMANS.IN THE FOREST NEAR SKIEBNIEWIOE.' SOUTHWEST OF WARSAW, WAITINO TO ENTER THE TREMCHES-Phol.o iy-A. E, -AltH tue ill PollUKt LODGE Tide Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance other valuables in one of these boxes fcf riTKTIIFIl IVTOIIMATION- APPtT TO Lethbridge Branchr-R. T. Brymner, Mgr: ;