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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VQUH THE LET II I'll! DOE it AIL Y "HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 13, isis jletbbrtoge Dei-alb HIbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: por year..... Dftlly. by nioll, per year...... by per 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Office Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager i, When tl'.oy had Urn la ellmulon, they hnd not the oj Ur, sud when they Imd the oppor- tunity ihey hnd not ibo IncllmUloiL For Die loss of theso Drlilsh Jives wo hnve lived through six months oC the- war safely and oven prosperously, Wo liuvo established Tor tho tlmo bcln n command of tho eoa such aa wo had novcr expected, sudi as wo hato never known, and sucli as our ances- tors hud ncjver known Qt nuy oUier perlort of our history. There aro thosu who, shutting their eyes lo all lias Knitted, look only nt that which has bean and seek to aro not a numerous upon it." Tlie First Lonl of Mic pressed tlio confidence of every sur> [Ject In [lie Kmpire in our Heel, when PLEA FOR IE OF MR It 0---- W A Buchanan MP tllc !lt is a" cco- u. n. tmciiaiidn, ivi.r. UUHM mmiic to a is Ask Mr, CrotnerS to Act In the House ot Commons on Feb. 20, diimg tlie of the an j luu'Ri-s nave been made thai some of '''imspuiUliim computes arc uol assisting tlic wines. nt Tabcr, that i hoy n n; operating again si them, that in bringing buck tlfi-ir empties this ji-ar the railways luwe brought bank a gooil dCAl of coal Horn the Kast which IM {estimates of (lip Druurnnnit, which has conic into competition' lir-iitv r-x Mv- A- Uuchan.iu, M. 1'., loon up the Wlllt Western Canada coal. L do uol oi scarcity of labor in south- wlielJirr lliiil is wrrcct. Hut I THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The splendid co-operation oi the j Allies and the synchro ailing of opera-1 j tious for mutual aid and support aro I j shown in ih0 reccal offensive of the Allied forces iu the Champagne dis- trict. This, in clio liclit of after G vents, was taken ior diverting the concluded au eulogy iu (lie follcnr- "In the mouths thru are to coractho ritlsh navy and ihe soa power exerts win dcmiuatc The general situation, will -be the main aod unfailing reservy OL the Allied llansanl, he as follows Mr. IV. A. lluclmiinn, (Medicine itiii'} Tin.- ajiiiistcr w hat Uir CJo IT i'ii iu PHI of Alberta is ilony in Hie. way of assisting the uu- iMiiployi'd in sonic oi the eilics oi that province-. Uc fan uiulrrsiuml t lie cause oi a do ill of I lie uueinploymcnL Ulal but ilieic is a peculiar tlial in thc'cniup" at Talicr HIP nations, progressively paralyse class imcmploymcnt in n ccruiu KICKED UP IN SSINGI---------1 FOR THE HJSV MAN Llhe fighting energies of our enemy. and preventing him from j lstg> and coukl u be> evea in sending reinforcements from liia [default of all other favorable causes, Trestern front lo aid Von IHndeubers juliiuiaiely by itself decide the issues In his operations in Poland. j0j War.'' This diversion has had the effect 1 ot enabling the Russians to press the enemy loivonls his own border at j Prasasyin, south of Mlawa, northwest. ol Warsaw. It has also rendered val- uable service in helping (lie Russians to keep the enemy at bay at Qsso- vtetZj east of Pra'zsynz, without civ- log him the opportunity ot adding io his strength. The 'battle line in northern Poland at present extends north from the river Niemen, which flows westerly through Tilsit in East Prussia into the Baltic, in a southwesterly direc- tion to the river Narew which joins the Bus a short distance north of Warsaw. Along this the most active operations of the Polish campaign aro now taking place. A new development in Jbe opera- tions against Constantinople is the announcement that Russian fleet district oi my constituency. I have taken lliis Jiiatler up with the min- ister by correspondence and in inteu- uews, ami f wish to deal with it on tlip lloor oi llousi- merely to brins; about if possible an effort on (he part of the Government to look- miners have, been prar-fu'iiMv- without work for a year, there has hi u eiTat deal oi distress and pinec iniii inert is no oi iMiipiuynn alirad or tlint tlic situation will brighten. 1 tliink this rttitttcr is wor- tliy ot the attention nf tiif Dcparl- nu'nt of Labour, and that son wlio is aml who will be impartm! in his in- vest, tuition. 1 have had in mind that it midit be possible I'or c-cn the Rail- way Commission to look into this matter oi alleged. d's.TiminaUoii, and ivr.Pthcr HUTU is any truth in The- The opm- in that dis- At a Liberal convention held in Re- jMbenn lunc UPCII practically without mm'ul wort all (his winter. I should, how- 1vl11 ever, except the Gait mine in the >'c city oi Lethbridge. The Gait mine is the oldest domestic coal mine in Southern Alberta. It has an eslali- lisLed market as fat east as tlic citi oi Winnipeg, and on that ac- count has been able to keep up a business. But Ihe other mines It niUhl be stated Kin c .vtiK'nciiti coal is .--uppkmiing our Alberta coal, and .that the tariff should l.c advanced. 1 Uikc uo stock in that argument, lu'cv.use the duly lias not hoi'ii rhiingcd, except at the 1 rc.TM lime, has luni ihe same opportunity lo .etna recently Thomas Mc.Xuu was adjacent to LctliLridsc have been L'olnc Western Caiuuta as at pros- uotkiag less (nan lialMimp. East ol ln Past, years this condition camp of camp nominated for the Saltcoats riding. git Henry, aged SB, and Catherine McClure, aged S4. pioneers [of Brampton, Oni., died recently. T. KaJrnus, a professor in the Queen's University, Kingston. Oni., has resigned to accept a .position in f Boston. "OI m ami oih- l'r rif ttne has would say that there are eight to ten hprn no I have Mrs Lcthbtidgc is the mining Tatjer, a very extensive coal mines, large and small. satisfied mi sen" tiiat the mines oi Lcr irom the beginning of lal-1 up SI11 prrsrnt time have not furnish- cain; s ui AJIjerta (iiirint: tfie past; year. Tliinjrs e running I ntlily betweei: tlic union and tin1 due Jar c'.v to tlic [act How to Use It How It Tastes Squeeze pnlly always from Ihe bottom tube and (he cream "comes out a ribbo Hat on the An iimh for each using Is enough, but you can always rspulate the exact amount thai you wjjle. A cnn economical dentifrice. Its agreeable taato la a. constant invitation to the gooi) hnblL of ils lwlce-a-day Children, io a regular tooth-brush habit (formed early In life) Is so Important, are not only willing but eiger to use II. It Is a delicious How to Ask for It How It Helps the Teeth There Is only one Ribbon Dental Cream. "Ribbon" is our Registered Trade Mark and Is thereforo vorlh remembering. It is best to nsk for Colgate's RIBBON Denial Cream. Our reputation, gained during more than a cr.nlury, is back of Ribbou Dental Cream as a guarantee of quality. If you like a gcmrvus trial tube, cat oul and tiuil as tilt coupon below. Ribbon Dsnlal Cream Js an eiiicleni cleanrer. Ils bast Is manufactured by ourselves for use only In our dentifrices. It has no grit to sctalch the and Injure the tender gums. Ribbon Dental Cream Is antiseptic, but is not an OViir-rnedlCElcd dentifrice. delicious flavor la wllhcut the use of glucose, hgncy or saccharin. It Is a safa deulli'rice. Mnd m: a trial lube of Calfak' DtnlalCrcam. cu ESTABLISHED 1B06 Orummand Building, Montreal G. M, Sbrpberd, Montrctl, Sole Agent UrCu 3231 -t ed work to Ihe miners in that camp A Liberal convention will be held to the extent of a day anil a half a .Varcli 22 to elect a Federal candidate week. That information was ghen to 1'avp any diiiicuity omlCin for the Carleton-Vicicria in On- me, and i hare investigated it and u'lth the l.cforc, tario. Dr. -Xriciiae-L CJark.. .ALP., for ibund it to be corroborated by tlic Mr. Croihcrs They have been quiet rumljliuiis that there was not very much work lor Hie men to do ami it not to i any dilhculty Red Deer, will speak. j statements oE others. There must be ior three years. tion particularly at Tabcr. My opin- ion is that there is something ucun- for ihcy had a inar- for two winters bccji 1 remely bad, The city of Toronto has decided TO some reason ior this condition. We and ihcrc is no improvement in sight. is taking the initiative in an sttack apply to "the Legislature for nave a jjcrioil of depression on the city.In the Bosphonis. the process of the-fighting in the Dardanelles nothing very much is dis- closed. It is, however, certain that the fort of Chanak guarding the nar- rows on the Asiatic side has been silenced, and the fort of Kllfd on th6 opposltc European side has tieen badly damaged. However, the Rtrong fortress of Namazieh. which lowers above Killd Bahr is still act- ive, and is receiving all the attention of the Anglo-French fleet. Fort Xam- izieh, with Its battery of 2-f Krupps, Is a vita] point, and its destruction .will mean a jrreat deal lo the advance ot the fleet through, the As to i sion to issue debentures to country during which we may do provide permanent relief work for the certain things; but there is unemployed. thing the people; oi western Can- Mrs. Ellen Carbon of Hamilton, who ?d? is became flf shortly after dinner at her! home, died ten minutes later, on Sun- She aueaaei church h, ,h. mornng. time. (winter we usuallv have in that parti Frederick Little, head miller in a I 0[ the country but a real winter' Beavertou grist mill, "was caught in j vbich made fuel ncccssarv tbe machinery, while ortmg U, and-was No doubt economy has been practis- o injured that he died the j ed people may have used less coal than they did in other years. There Edith La Chappelle, a young girl of Leonard, OnL, died in a hospital in Montreal from injuries received by be- ing struck by a train at a crossing at Leonard, recently. has also been a develop meat oi the natural gas area and in a great many communities in Alberta natural gas has supplai tod coal as a fuel. But I these THE WORK OF THE GRAND FLEE Tie announcement tis tJians in the Home Fleet, in the snbatitutii Sir Hedvrorth Meui ic Admiral Sir John JeUIcoe, might lea to the suspicion that the British A minify was not altogether satj with the work the Grand Fleet ha been doing That any such, concer tion would be wrong, and that thei is nothing beyond the carrying out the wlfeet policy In bringing Admir Jelllcoo home tor more useful pu poflea, are iborne out by the magnifi ont tribute paid to the work of th by tie First Lord of the Admir alty in his recent speech in the ca the work of the navj. Sir John Jellfcog has 'Seen on guard for over seren months; hit name has barely been mentioned. But, though nothing of a spectacular nature has achieved by him, his apparen baa been a masterful one, 13 silent watch, with the result __ which hare followed, has emphasize! the power and security which its iro wails have grven to the Empire. 3peaiing of the work of ihe nar; the First Lord attention to th fact that only two small cruisers o the enemy, the Karlsruhe and th Dresden, and two armed merchant men, now reduced to one by the it .tenuhent of the Prinz Eitel Frledricl at Newport, remain at large of all hi formidable preparations Cor the attac on the trade routes, and these vessel are at present In hiding. During th last thres m oaths ending February 19 on the average about SOOO Britie vessels have been continuously on th sea passing to and fro on their lawfu occasions. There have been 4465 ar and 3600 sailings from the port of the United Kingdom. Only 19 vcs eels been sunk by the enemy and only four of these vessels have been sunk by above-water craft. In the wonts of ilr. Winston ChurchHl Is a very remarkable result tc hive 'been achieved after only a fen months of wat" Detailing the ptnantl losses ejpcr iMiced jby the aa-vy tha Lore that we have mainly by su.b Tftarlne, UY lives of 5500 offlctrs and "we'iave by in eguel which is, a much larger proportion forces engaged. We .taken in eea fighting 82 men itrisnnera nf war. cannot believe that it is tor .Michael Gammara, a Tammany "cap- "asons that the cime of the working- tain" In New York, was ahot" three men at caniP has bcen reduced limes in the back whtie waJking along on an average to a day and a halt a lladiHon street, as a result of a bitter "tVCck durmg the rear. T have men- political ecrap. tioned to the minister the estahlish- Hon, C. S. Hyman of London, Ont, merit of a new and extensive camp at jion, u. B. Myman ot ijonaon, unt., n i (ormCr minister of Public Wort, for Saskatchewan and Central Alberta. Tenn. The colony of last year bought German goods to the value of 159.345, and these articles for the most part can be supplied in Can- ada. ,auia Hoz, former Italian vice-con- sul for Calgary, pleaded guilty to the Lwenty-ieTen charges of iheiL against him in connection with the misappro- priation of for Italian sufferers the earthquake. He wiJJ receive hi a sentence later. Lafayette Renter of WIs., who has been kept alive by relatives applying artificial respiration for the past seven weeks, is dead. He stricken with nerve paralysis, which affected the muicles of toe pulmonary region. NORMAN" NEWEST Ford Runabout Price Prices of other Ford are: Two-paaienger Coupelet (850, Flve-pinenier Touri'nj Clr Flvi-piescngcr Sedan V150. All can fully equip- ped, Including electric rieidlighia. Pricea F. O. 9. Ford, Ont. Buyeri of all Ford cars will ihare In our profits If we sell can between Auguit 1, 1914 AuBuat 1, 1919. All Ford cars are on exhibition at THE FORD GAEAGE Virtue 3rd AVE. 6. PHONE A Neighbor Told Him To Take THE 't to know what Gin will do for you, just drop aline lo -Mr. D. A. Yortce, at IJeflrock. Ont lie will tell yon what Gin Pills di' for him, after he hnd suffered will Kidney trouble for 15 years. Hen is bis letter: "I lor J5 yen ninth my Kidneys. I cpulJ gcLn'jihinj lo{ help rue. The pain went alt through my bnck and anil down Ihccalva of my I would sit down for a ii-lfFfc. I could not up .ifain until I woul.l walk a rod or more, llie pain prcat- Anritjhboradi'iscuinclo lake GIN'PII-I-S. t cured me. ft is fivoanJ a halt" rs since Iqint Liking tlibm. 5Iy :_ -11 no D. A. YOHICE. Sold in the J.S. iiiidcrlhe uamfi't'GIN O" rial treatmcntif you write- tational Drug Chemical Co. f Canada, -Toronto Mr. Uuclianan Tlie situation, ncv- f think it is n'ortli while for the couii- erthcless. is vetv scvcrr. and I am try to investigate tins charge of tlis- brinsins it to ti-.e aitL'nLLou oi _tlin crimination nti tlic part of the rail- Jioiisp iviib t'nc hocc ibat nn eiiort ways, null if iliKcriminntion is found will be made by t1 c Government to to "exist to remove it il possible. I I bring auout a solLtion of the situa- knoxr that ot tlic Labor De- -------------------------------------------------jparlrncnt have looki'il into conditions i at Talcr camp. I that it the j minister paid a visit to Tabcr and I 'saw the conditions there he would need oi. some iDimedi- ;alc action. j Mr. (Jrothcrs 1 regret very much there lias been so little work at Tabcr for so many months. Early in the I'aJl 1 sent a ivsgc from 'Vancouver to inquire into condi- tions there and Inter I wrote to my hon. iricnil (Mr. Duchanan) about He was kinti enough to answer my letter and to give me aJ) lh tion he had at, his disposal, talked the matter over with him since the beginning of the session. Neither he nor I EO far been able lo devise any means ior relieving Lhc situation there. He mentioned that perhaps tlie principal cause of the t'mTiculi} at Taber was the opening of anolLcr mine at DrumhcIIcr where t) ey can get coal and supply the wants of many people in the prov- ince u-ith a shorter haul than if they were' to take it irom Tabcr. 1 do not know ihat any one is to blame for that. I suppose that M a maa buy- ins; coal finds Iis can get it at Drum- cheaper he can at Taber lie will get il at Drumhcller and that; will lessen ivork for t.' c iniiiers J at Taler. I am told that the coal j.r drccd at Tahpr :s not of as good quality as that produced in some oth- er parts oi the province and is given as a reason why coal is im-. ported and brought from other plac- cs. I understand that the Canadian .Pacific railway is inletested in the mines at Lethhridge, which my hon. friend has referred lo, ajrfJ that the miners arc very busy there. The min- ers at Tiiucr wrote rue asking me to make a personal visiL to Talier, and 1 my hon friend desired me to do that- J too. Taber is in his constituency and i ii he will give me the from 1 lii.i e.vperiencc of tlio peopJs there .that if go, and lin-y give me the glad hand, everything will he all [tight I will make an extra effort lo THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O-.LL.D.. D.C.L., President ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIKD, Ass't Geno- V. C. BROWN, Superintendent ol Central YVesUini Dran-io CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest al the current rate is allowed on all deposits of SI and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small accounts arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts ir.ay be opened in the names of two or more with- drawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. WSJ Lethbridge Branch -R. T. Brymner, Mgr, OF CANADA A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada in the names of two persons. Is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be most needed. Tho survivor can withdraw, the money without delay or formality. Think it open a joint Account A. B. KING, Deling Manager G. R. TINNING. Manager 3RASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH you think you the most healthful spirit ob- tainable, and the very .best stimulant for general use. Asa pfck-mo-up tonic and tivc Wolfe's Schnapps is always eppnrluno, excircislng llic ;noBl upon the Jivfr, 3Ir. 3IacDonald can do that I Mr. Crotlicrs i flly hon. friend (Mr. Buchanan) succeeds with the at Taber and that I should go. I do not claim to know aiiy'Liing .about mining, but I will speak lo thy j Chairman of the Hoard of Rai.way I Commissioners and also to my col- I leagues and see it it would be pos- sible to the matter investigated by the Bojrd. I cannot understand what good i could do people by !going out there personally, although ;ihey insist on my going. Mr. Buchanan They would like fco i sec you. air. Crothers; If that would please them and settle the di...culty I would delighted to go, but I do not see' j whrrein J could do very much more, f or them personally. Tt may he that! ;an in- vfM lie lidd, j MJ. This is what is call- ed coal. With rCgaril tfi the sirnm roal mines in the Crow's NVst 1hor" miirlit some reason for L cs-; ol work on account of i'rM't thr, railways are not; o-cr-Li i, t'-rv formtrl- were nrnl som; t' 2! 'nilistrics ar- cldsed down and thntelote arc not ns much coal. Domestic coal oucl t to be in gencr-il vise from to year. >Ic. Wriglit I know that in certain sections of the West thcv much pre- fer Gall coal, and that thev do not buy coal if thtiy can Ret Uie other. They are willing lo pay as much as fifty ccnte ex ITU lor the Gait coal in preference to Uie Tabcr coal. .1 fFrcsu.T.c .it ir. fafely pond cngl, buf. i the Gait coal is jxferrcd. TIROYAIBANKOFCANADA INCORPORATED 1809 Capital Paid Up Reserve Funds SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may be AD'initial .deposit of One Dollar. Interest is credited lialf yearly.- JOINT ACCOUNTS An acconnt in the name of two i members of a family will be found cocvenient. Hither Ibe survivor) may operate Ibe account. LCTHBRioec BRANCH: M. AITKEN, Established over Pariy-ana Years THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking Security 0es( ot Service Cnurtcous Treatment We solicit your account incur SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETIHUUDGK BKANCII, Street N. G. F. ;