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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD \ Xctbbcibflc. Hlberta daily and weekuy WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1916 SubtCPlptlon Ra^e�: tJMly, delivered, per week ..... JOc tJaily," delivered, per year ......�6.00 Dally, by mail, per year........�&sT lie are demanding sweeping changesTP�""f'.." nscessary for us to i answer the question. The people know {without being told. As one leading In the air defences of the country and their grievances are likely to be aired in the House of Commons. Something will also be said about the unsatisfactory way in which the compulsory service bill is being enforced. Too many single men are being exempted, in public opinion, � Conservative paper has declared, party patronage usually runs riot where it is in the hands of men think more of satisfying "the boys" than they do of helping their country in times of stress. SOME CRITICISMS OF RECRUITING METHODS Lord Shaughnessy's criticisms o� recruiting as it is being conducted in Canada, expresses the views held by a host of Canadians for months. What is the sense of authorizing battalion after battellon In the same district? It Is truB positions are created lor jnany men, but Canada's part in this war is not intended to create commissions; it is to get battalions recruited and ready for service as quickly as possible. ^\Tiat Lord Shaughnessy had to say about Montreal and other points applies very effectively to Southern Alberta. After much effort, authority was given to raise a ICiltie regiment at Letbbridge. In our judgment that regiment should have been recruited to full strength before authority was given to raise other regiments in the same section of tlie province. WTiat has happened? After the Kiltie regiment was authorized,, new regiments were created at Blairmore, Macleod and Medicine Hat, A section of country along the Crow's Nest line betwTen the B. C. and Saskatchewan boundaries,' was asked to recruit: nearly , five thousand men. What is, the .result? . None of the regiments! have been recrnlted- to atrengtii '-as yet, simply because too many regiments are being raised in the area-named. The Kilties should have been allowed to .recruit to lull strength before other regiments were autliorlzed, as.it was first in the field. Ijord Shaughnessy. criticizes .tlils system and rightly bo. Is It not better to have one regiment, with the ranks| filled and;preparing lor service,.than'. � to have four auth6rlzed and the possibility that they -will not be recruited to strength for some months. Ab the president of the C. P. R. Bays, recruiting In Canada lacks systematic direction; There are men en-Ilstlng'tii'roughout the country who are needed-on our farms. The farmer v.ln the field is really a soldier. If he -were ndt.raising food for our men In khaW In .-the trenches what would happea?! � Why, the men couldn't re- . main h^rthe trenches, that is all. On the other hand, eligible men who can be apared-are not being reached. Had we systematic recruiting, the men �who can'be ,spared would he given the meat: attention, while the men who are'needed at home would not be urged �to make:: the. Haorlfloe. The time may qome when all 'available men will. be required, but until that time r'eorpltlng shotild be confined to the clasBrofrjnen- who' can leave the co.untryt, wlthoiit .Impairing the food supply ot our: allied forces. � Lord Shaughnessy saya the CP.'. B.'- has been asked fo get ten thousand men for farm labor in the west. That means we have been depleting the tarns of. labor It customarily, 'posscs-ses," forgetting that the-man at the plough-IB a-BOldier, though he does ; not wear khakl and is serving In Ca-uad^^and fpt In the trenches, 'b08SE8;:RUUE SIR samcon'patronaqe Tlieve;l8!no party patronage In con-.'neptJojijjvlth; the purchase of supplies .:;Iorvli^Q'pv9rspaB troops In, training In ,;f?8ns(dajn"-'"Malori--"General ^Ir Sam Old timers are Imagine Winnipeg a task. vahjly tr}"ing to "dry." It is'quite Carrange Is very jealous of the sovereignty of the republic of Mexico. Villa, on the other hand, doesn't seem to mind. The transcontinental traveller In Canada will imagine he is crossing the Sahara if he passes across the prairie provinces after July 1. We don't know whether Germany's peace terms as lately published in the dispatches are authentic or not, but they indicate that the Huns are coming down oft their high perch, and would be tickled to death to call the fight a draw, as' the peace terms Indicate. - A CONVINCING GRIP day, at the hospital-for the limbless at Rochampton. . The, patients, with airtlficial bands and arms, showed how they are learning to use, them. ErlvntetK; G. Fisher, of West Ontario, achieved what he declared afterwards to hare been his ambition. "Can you shake, hands?" asked the Queen; , ''Try. me, your "majesty," promptly replied ttte Canadian, so the Queen shook hands; and laughed merrily despite the: very convincing grip. The best way to fill up the ranks of the Kilties is to turn the ofllcers loose and-^ftud them throughout the south country. There are dozens of places the Kilties have never reached in the campaign to date. jTo the Editor Lethbrldge Herald: Dear Sir.-If you can find room in your valuable paper for my letter I shall esteem it a great favor. A tew days ago I was in a certain place In this city, where money orders, etc., can be bought. A fvlcud of mine was buying a niouey order and ho came over to mc and showed mo the order and the name of the mall order house to which he was sending it. The amount of order fairly staggered me and I was quite Iniiignanl, for I am one of those who think that It a place is good enough to make your living In, it Is good enough to spend your money in. 1 asked him why he was sending all that money away .vheu we have such splendid stores in Lotli-brldge and some of them at least compare favorably with the mall order houses. He began to explaiu and ran over the various goods he was sending tor. One item was 1- pairs of shoes, 2 pairs each for hls'.'i bbys and one pair each fbr his wifo and himself. 1 was just going to expostulate on the folly" of sepding a-.yay for so many shoes when our iuerchants have thousands of pairs oa their shclvea, when a little incident concernius shoes came to my mind. Three weeks ago my wife bought a j pair of shoes for our little girl, aged iour. The shoes were size six, the price two OoUars, and in less than a week there were holes in the soles of both shoes. Of course, they were paper. I don't know which was the worse, the manufacturer for making ^ such shoes, or the merchant for selling them, but 1 Imow who was the loser, and who did the swearing. It we could only wipe these paper shoo manufacturers off the face of the earth 1 am sure we should all have the smile of Providence, whoever that might be. Well, among other things, my friend was sending av.-ay for were garden ImplemBnts, he is already thinking of summer evidently. Among the rest was a lawn sprinkler. Imagine sending nearly a tliousan-d miles for a lawn sprinkler and all our magnificent hardware stores all stocked up with their summer goods. 1 thought that was the limit and l"told him so, but ha excused himself by saying that Ills lawn. sprinkler would only cost him 36% cents. Including freight and that a liardware man In Letbbridge had asked him Sa rents for the exact fac-simi)e. I told him I was sure that at least two of our hardware stores would have supplied him with a sprinkler within 10 or 15 cents of the mail order house. He wanted to know why they didn't let the public of Letlibrldge know their prices, as a working man has no time to he running around to all Uie stores to find out which is cheapest, and it is so much easier to sit down with a catalogue and order all you want with the prices right in front of you. I tried to point out to him that it was ridiculous to expect our merchants to sell everything as cheap as the mail or- How You May Throw Away Your Glasses The statement is wade that thousands wear eyeglasses who do not really need thorn. If you are one of these unfortunates, then thesn glasses may be ruining your eyes Instead of helping them. Thousands who w^'ar these "windows" may prove for themselves that they can dispense with glasses If they will get the following prescription filled at once: Go to any active drug store and bpI a bottle of Bon-Opto tablets; fill a two-ouuco bottle with warm water and drop In one Bon-Opto tablet. With this harmless liquid solution bathe the eyes two to four times dally, and you are likely to bo astonished at tlio results_ right from the start. Many who have been told that they have astigmatism, eyestrain, cataract, sore eyelids, weak eyes, conjunctivitis and other eye disorders, report wonderful benefits from the use of Uiisf prescription. Get this prescription filled and use it; you may so strengthen your eyes that glasses win not 'be necessary. Thousands who are blind or nearly so, or who wear glasses might never have required them If they had cared for Ibelr eyes in lime. Save your eyes before it is too late. Do not become one of these victims of neglect. Eyeglasses are only like crutches and every few years they must be chang-en to fit the ever-Increasing weakened condition, so better see If you can, like many others, get clear, hoalth.v, strong magnetic eyes through the �prescriptlou here given. The Val-mas Drug Co., of Toronto, will fill the above prescription by mall, if your druggist cannot - Advertisement. EARLY NAVIGATION Port .Arthur, March 13.-The ice-breaking: tugs are. expected to start next week. It is estimated they can open the harbor ,and a channel to open water In ten days. sale. Then again, when you figure up the cost of your money order and stamps and war tax and freight or expenses you are not so much In pocket after all. 1 think It Is a great pity that so many thousands of dollar earned right here in Lethbrldge should be sent away to. mail order houses Instead of being spent here and helping to build up our city. I have four children, none of them working yet, but when they have finished their schooling I am hoping to find work for them in Lethbrldge in stores and so forth. But if 1 will not patronize the stores in my city their business is bound to decrease and they will not need so many clerks to work tor them. So you merchants of Loth-! bridge, lot -us know what you have to �liiJllllHIH'IHI'lllll When you Rise in the Morning IriiiVilliTil FRUIT SALT -for your health's sake. It's good ^ 'for you. END'S FRUIT SALT is so pleasant to take, too. It prevents functional irregularities, corrects disorders of tiie liverand promotes-good I health. .:ENO'.S.FRUIT SALT makes a cooling, , sparkling' drink-effervescent and rofresh-� ing. You can drink it at any time with benefit. Prtfartd only h)> J.C.ENO,Ua.,"Fralt Silt" Worki,LONDON,Ea|. S�leA(wllines as those in England simply couldn't fail. There Is no" need to point at the several disastrous failures of co-operative retail stores we have had In Letbbridge, they were caused by dishonesty pure and simple, any concern would fail under the same circumstances. I am quite aware that the very sound of the word co-oporatlon is worse than poison to some people, some o� the so-called prosperous business men wlio live only for themselves and their own family, but I am glad to say there are others who even in this commercial age, have a thought for someone else besides themselves. They take pride in tlveir city, they want to see It grow ,they want to see comfortable modern hpuses for the. working people to llv4 in, and'the working people themselves contented and happy. Wo have a good many clover, hard headed business raeii in Lethbrldge with sulllclont leisure to devote some of their time to getting a co-operatlvo shoe factory oH "to a good start. The question Is coiild they give their whole heart ryCKEDUPIN ASSINGI=Z�I �for'the busy man Queen Victoria, of Sweden, is suffer-lug from n� attack ot bronchitis. The wife of a Brooklyn tailor prc-Bonted him with triplets. A year ago twins were born to the couple. The New Jersey Assembly passfcd a bill provlditig a license fee on all cats;' the money raised to go to the overseer of the poor. Women students must cat with fingers if thoy don't stop Inking the spoons as souvenirs at lunch counter of University of California. II. B. Angel, a well known rancher ot the Alrdrle district, Is dead., The late Mr. Angel leaves a wifo and seven children. Rear-Admiral Asa Walker, U.S.N, (retired) the last survivor of Admiral Dewey's captains .at Manila Bay, died at Annapolis, AM. The Supreme Court in Little Rock Ark., holds woman justified in inflicting corporal punlshmei\t upon a male flirt who annoys her. Wllllani H. Orpet. the University ot: Wisconsin student accused of murdering his sweetheart, Marian Lambert, will plead not guilty when arraigned. - \ Before leaving Rochester for Chicago Henry Siogel, recently released from prison, declared ho fully expected to bo worth $10,000,000 In a few years. The trustees ot ciolumbia University htjve decided that women would be admitted to the medical school as soon as the equipment makes, that step practicable. A burglar in Orange, N.J., was so badly frightened by a woman that ho fell down two flights ot stnlrararamed the front door with his head and left his revolver. In order to prevent contraband going into Switzerland the military authorities are erecting along the Swiss shore of Lake Constance barbed wire barriers charged with electricity. Seymour Eaton founder of the Book-lovers and Tabard Inn library and advertising expert, died at his home in Philadelphia from heart disease. He was 56 years old. Robert Bates, aged 96, of. Whites-burg, Ky., is the father of three'families. He has been married three times and has nine children by his first uniou, eight by his second, anil seven by his present wife. The nomination of Lleut.-Col. Robt. Starke as brigadier-general commanding the 12th infantry brigade, in succession to Brigadier-General A. JB, La Belle, whose terra expires this -month, has been confirmed from Ottawa. Automobiles near the front look like moving blocks of mud. Twenty thousand automobiles daily pass over one thoroughfare behind the French lines near Verdun, moving in opposite directions in two almost continuous lines. Captain G. C. Nicholson, only son of Sir Charles Nicholson, member of parliament for the eastern division of Hampshire, England, was killed while making a flight in England. Capt. Nicholson had seen several months' service at the front. Mistaken for a burglar, Delia Taylor, seven years old, was shot and killed by her foster-father, Arthur Grey. There had been a burglar scare in Zedlker, where the family lived, and Grey slept with his rifle beside his bed'. When Oiella, walking In her sleep, rattled at his door, he fired. The Rev, D. D. McLeod, D.D., pastor ot St. Andrew's church Barrio, for the last thlrty-tv/o years, has decided to retire from the active work of the ministry, and will place lila resignation before the Presbytery. He has been fifty years a minister and previous, to'coming to Barrle held pastorates ill, Paris and Ancaster. Dr. Bben W, Flake, oC the American Red Cross, told In Now I'ork, about a new disease resembling chilblains, and called "trench foot," which has caused Home ot the victims to loso their feet- The Government has stopped the,malady to a largo extent by supplying the men in the trenches with heavy woollen socks aiid rubber boots. mm Coffee ,Al.WaYS'.rteu'ABt�i Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon pure food pi'o-ducts are tlie slamiard ol" iiunlily ami ]ninly. Tlieri; is no "jusl as good" a.s Ihe best. Blue Ribbon Coffee antl Baking Powder arc sold as are all otlicr Blue Ribbon goods, guaranteed to give perCecl salisfaclion. ' A Wli STOl DOES DAMAGE IN THE Cranbrook, B. C, JIarch 13,-Crau-brook was visited early Sunday morning by a terriflc wind stom which wrought destruction in many parts of the district. The wind at times reached a velocity of sixty miles an ho,ur. Accompanied by a driving rain.- it swept the countryside, tearing roofs from buildings and