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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LBTHIJRIDGB DAItT FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 191G Iterate Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: pep year..... Dklly, by mail, per year...... J-L-HT.... 54.00 3.00 TELEPHONES: Business OflicD Editorial Office .155! erament 85 MUIB a bushel Cor the'.r tod In many cases It J; UKMtrd win wild oalu mid uuiBtartl, In HpLte of Hie stringent provlBlous of tlie same government's seed control act. The [armors taking tlio re- lief simply because tJipy lliolr bucks to the wall. So far as [ho relief is concerned, It la welcome indeed, but It .ia hlguly that soycroment; should tftko advautnso of lllo farmer while ho Is ou his knees, for the benefit of a purty, and S.L the same time urge (he farmer Increase, his production with the cry of "patriotism.1' T rrance i TllQ prill: Eitel SImk Ule s- Ir Ulirl8 tdoliuss haven't nil bwa riijlltftJ b.v Ilic Itist oujjht lo make libu assume a tude. THE WAR SITUATION TODAY With tiie capture ot Xeuvc Chap- iellQ the AHips' left wins becomes iitti- Dominion sovernment 1ms bseii further. consolidated, and Die coition, j "coDaidering" nld to too South Albcrln stretching from the const at Nien- j Growers for three years, but. port southeasterly toward? -so far tlie "considering" stage has not guarding the way to Dunkirk aud ''been .passed. "A little action would be Calais becomes ruoro stxure. welcome. The position secured whites a vtin- lage ground for the Allies for takans! Berlin hoars tlmt a British iirmy Is "OBsession of the cwial unm of La an Invasion of Ger- .Basses the most position in i many. Germany's ears are acutely northern France. The strong chain. I trained aud we have uo they established on the Allies' loft, irom have heard aright. NIeuport to Soissons, and itloug the centre to Reims, n-ill sufllclenll." hold back nnv German rush further Into I Ihe next_ tu'o France, and n-iHi this provision made I intervstlig on (he .-Ulies Developments In the war ZODD in I the nest two months will he highly fide. The It Is no means unlikely that there 1'all of Constantinople, the invasion of be some truth in thti rumor that Germany and Berlin peace feelers are j an invasion of the enemy's territory f due any 4 COWANS jUt PERFECTION GOCOA Mothers are glad to see the children enjoy Cowan's Perfection Cocoa, because they know it is so good for them. Pure Cocoa is rich in food value and is so easily digested. "Made in "Canada." ikrougti Alsace is planned. This would be the nearest way to Frank- fort, Cologne, and on to Berlin, ob- viating-the difiicullies of die drive the enemy, .through. Belgium -and, ;it -the same time: threatening his com- munications seriously. The mention of the Warspite with the fleet in ihe Dardanelles points to the fact that ihe British fleet has already been augmented by the new ships originally laid down In the naval programme for 1915 and 1916. .Most of these have eriilettly been rushed to completion: This, has heenj intimated by the First of ihe i Admiralty in his recent speech in the j British House of whet he i slated that the ships carrying the inch are comin? into line. OF these there are ten. Five battle cruisers of the Queen Elizabeth type including in addition to herself, the Barham, YaUam, Malaya, and SLUe. Five battleshinE, the Royal Sovereign, Resolution. Royal Oat, RamilUes and Revenge. Once the Bard lire He a are-forced it, is .quite fc-LsZble that tlie "Kiel canal will re- the attention of ninety 15-inch pins available, each with its power- ful projectiles of 1950 pounds weight- HICKEDOPIN SSING FOR THE fUSV MAN THE WIDOW'S TBTJNKS. OF FBEXCH OFFICEBS WHO DIED Aftw being dry for 28 uioiilhs, Wa- terloo, lowu, voted wet. William Illinswortli, 1. 3. 0., late deputy Minister of Inland Revenue (Hrd In Ottawa In Ills G0lh year. The Cnlgnry school boiu'd has Ac- cided to-abolish homo work in the sbhools at the end of I his term.' Tho Saskatchewan branch of the janaiUan IMlnolte Iiuid has coatci- liitcil Mrs. G..H. Drowley of Port Arthur way round dead in a'bath tub by 1msblind, death wa's due to heart tail- lire. 1 Andrcv Kcny's house in RcOvcrs, SasH., was totally destroyed by fire, in ii iiflceii year old girl was burned to death. A. R Bunt, cx-M.P. or Unry, Quo., was unanimously chosen Lihciiil can- didate for the Federal riiling o[ Coin p ton County.. Phillip Swiufoni, 26, living on a homestead at Lrifur, Man., was killed on Sunday while tailing n gun oft the wall by tlio barrel. Billy Sunday's conversions since he started his career, amount to 993, and offerings made total 005. IUrs. I. J, Evans, (lie wife of an of- ficial of the Pacific Coast Coal com- pany, ivas drowjied at South Welling- ton, B. C., Friday. Dr. Sli.idd, h .Melfort, Bask., doc- tor who went to Winnipeg for an op- eration for appendicitis, died alter the operation. The C. P. H. has managed to se- cure tho release of their employees working in the. .offices of their rail- -o iT'T'Tl-' Tk -BAJ- TLE lIJbLD HELP THE .SHEEPMEN Yesterday's dispatches from Edmon- ton told oE a deputation from the south waJtlag- oo the government .ask- ing that a strait-jacket lie put on the sheepmen would drive their hands from the prairie range to the new pastures heing opened in the fowt naervss ot the Bockles. While wa quite, appreciate the diffi- culties through whose terdtorv the eheepmen pass with flocfcs, we mUo appreciate the fart that the sheepmen have been fighting for yean to get this new moimUIn range opened to them, that In lacuring it tne sonth is in a posi- tion to double or triple its sheep pop- uJftilnn, and that It would unfor- tnniite If little differencea between the and the settlers could not ibe adfaated irlthout putting an un- beanlble burden on either. Montana Eheep breeders summer their bonds in the foreit reserves and winter them on the prairie ranges, to the and Montana has twice the sheep population of" the of Canada. Alberta should rant neiL The industry is a good one and bus been groining nicely for tlie past five years. It seems to (he Herald that tne trouble complained oE Toy the southern ideiejatlon is one for the neVly Tonn- ed Alberta Stockmen's Association to dea.1 with and effect an amicable set. element. THAT GOVERNMENT SEED GRAIN It la extremely unfortunate that the fanners of southern Saskatchewan 'Alberta. ,haro..lieen forced to flc- cept seed pain from the government .Is relief Jin the sense lha! arouth-stricken farmers "ffpuld have feeen unable to procure othsr waj.. it will prdye'In the" end to be'a hugbcar of the -worat variety. Tlie govern- In; a position to purchase the and to deal It out to the -armer.4 en long terms. It ultimately to be paid, for, and .at fancy prices.. It fi charged Tip agtinit the UbdJ and is not free, as many op posi- tion, heelers would farmers in- their to hold it iiit Oati bataf from fiiTners who fomiiiiU. en6Dfh to them, at the lowMi figure, and to the farmer's neighbor advance which makes the transaction a profit- govern men t, Settlers paying the'benign Duiainlon gov- AU trunks iculy one is allowed to each officer in the field) belonged to officers of the French army Wclsches, Ore., killed a 'large b'lack bear with a garden hoe when, the bear attacked her at her cottage, A Petrograd dispatch says that .since the-beginning-of the war with Tir'sey tne lour Turkish pashas, 337 officers and i soldiers. j Sir Henry Pclatt has been elected I to the presidency of Dominion Telegraph company succeeding the, lale Thos. S. Wiiiyard who died in .Ne.v Votk a few weeks ago. Ualgary dealers have re- ceive.! urduis for szts of artil- lery liaintss Cor the Canadian contin- gent, through the efforts of R. B I Bennett, M. P....... The body of James Rcycraft, agcfl R3, a retired farmer of Oxford Coun- tr, Ontario, was found along side the Michigan Central'railroad tracks near hre Iiome. Serafino Villaflor, a Firpino, ot Seattle. Wash., was found guilty of murdering Quong Chew, a wealthy jChinanjan who was lured to a anese hotel, and then beaten, to death' a scrubbing, brush. i B. Hall for more than a half" a m boats on the Alisslssippi and an inti- rmaie.frleud of Mark .Twain, is dead, I in St.' Louis. I J The school children of Cal-' may present a small field liulance Canadian Red Cross! Sot efcy. The suggestion-was madelat' -ja meeting ot thc-schopl hoard recent-; ly and was received with enthusiasm, j Nathan. Hilling, aged 45, of Rich-' jnond, shot and killed his wife, find" woumleii a policeman who was who fell on. ib.e tield of battle in a Gevere action near Soissona. tnmta contamin, the persona, propert, or' tielr formed owners and which bear the officers' names, address and- rank, are here gathered at tha depot to ha he was beaten, shot himseU. forwarded to .the widows or the nearest -relatives. The Dinner Was A Success! 5 And everything usually passes off well when the hostess or cook serves A Fine Meat Order Everybody is happy. It's our business to see that you are happy as far as the meat course is concerned. Jpmprrow we have some Lamb and Pork ied by C. S. riglit just killed, and is very choice Tomorrow W2 will sell 2 dozen for 55c Fresh Alberta White Fish, not cold storage, 6c per Ib. Phone 452 The Defunct Farmers' Bank share- holders contest their double liability on the ground that the charter was illegally obtained; and that the bank, was nerer properly organized. The case involves about and is to be heard by an official referee. Official announcement has been math that the king lias conferred- kniglit- Jioud upon Hon. Francois Lcmteiis, chief justice of Quebec, William Price of 'Quebec, Captain. Phillips Woltey oi Victoria, B. C., and Herbert S. Holt.. Arrangements- hare been-completed for tne laying of- a submarine tele- phone cable Kootenay between Frnctor and Pilot bay, which will connect the government tele- phone line from Kootenay Landing to .Nelson. FBfE'SCMIN EIS HIS SIW -Newport News, Virginia, March 10. Liehne, master of the Am- erican ship Frye, who was landed here ,by the Eitcl Freiclerich. told the story of the sinking of the Frye by the German sea rover." He said that dcspita his protestations that he was the American master ot an American "ship, tiic German sank his ship on the morning oE January 28 with a charge of dynamite. He said they ct first granted him permission to .proceed, after he had consented to throw h.s cargo but at 2 o'clock in the morning, the work proceeding too slowly the .German skipj-cr announced, bis intention o! sinking the Fryc. lie, his ivife, two boys and his crew boarded the cruiser. Ji'or tivo weeks before malting the port tlie German ship molested no .ships of any kind and "always' avoid- e'Ji'thcm, not wishing .to give the British any wind 'of her in- tentions. P-hc proceeded slowly 'up the roast, all lights that were not out' carefully shadc'd. I'Last night, while ncaring the Ca-es, the wireless 'apparatus on board the Kltel inlurtned Us that there u-Cie four Epglish wMfihipr In our Immediate Vicinity two ot ..seemed very closet However, we ed-tliem.aiicl made this po.rt (D Wage increases for paalal cle land letter carrlors have Sbesn 'iIorHcd .rby.v For Sale at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbndge Hotel it is to provde enter- tainmettt for every occasion, if there is a Vidrola in your home. All the world's Sore of music is at your in' taut whether i1 be the rhoicesit of grand opera or concert arias by the world's finesfl voices, the wealth of instrumental music by the elite of the world's musicians, the popular songs of the day by well- known singers or the latest dance music played in perfect time by splendid orchestras. Is there a ViArola in your home Vidkola VI Wilb 15 ten-Inch, double-tided Vldor TlecordJ MlfdlDfl your own choice) Sold on easy terms, if desired. paytneols, if ud (en-inch, double-iided Viiflor. .Records al (he two elections at "His in any town s.- cily u1. Canada. Write for free" copy of -our Musical Encyclopedia-.liSling over. :6000 Victor, 'Records. Ask lo heai.ihc great Brililh battle; Flag That Never Comei sung by Edward Hamilton, on Vicioc Record No. 90 cents. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO, LIMITED Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY Vidor in Home Vmtatts 525-320 Mason Risch. Limited 2rWESTERN EFIANCHES. 404 5th Street South. By the arrest ot.Pi.. P. 'Stegler, on left, n, Germau reservist, anfl Rlcliard JMarlden, on-rriEat, an1 -American citizen, a- long suspected .plot .to dblaJn pass- ports 1'or German spios.travelling in England, Is believed, to have been un- covered! Stagier stiitetl (lint.. Count BcrnstorTfo'personal representative in New York asked .him to use passport to go to England- Hie bride (in centre) (old him to confess his part of tlie plot. v ELEBRIGcs EEDS THJLBEST. BY EVERY TEST FOR BY RE'LIABLE MERCHANTS rVEWYWHERE THROUGHOUT ;