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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1K15 DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: pai'iy, delivercu, psr veur Pally. by mill, per year Weakly. by mail, ner yeuv.. 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: ftuifineifx Office............... J-53 Eu.'toriul Office W. A. Bucftanun Torrance Wauafiins- Director Business .Mauascr The Herald's Ottawa Letter AYurnock, of Criticizes Those '.'Who' Formulated Government Seed (irtuu "Policy Tories Preparing .Party Hind and .Ptiriy for "Loyalty" Election Oni., Marctf lu speacb the eted grain debate, I teci that we Hhtril get prompt re- member for THEi WAR SITUATION TODAY j anco has led to n gruat deal Fuller reports of the Allies' victory jpctntmenf and much yalirab'a. time 1ms NeuTe Ghappelle show it to be one ef the iost important advances iu the recent campaign. In the faco of cou- the saail like progress made in jlie 'u-endi-flshtins battles, an ad- Tance of four miles is a big ami grand acli'ievenieDt- The of ilte Allies has; greatly perturbed the en- emy, for large reinforcements are ve- to hold -jack any fnrilier 1'rcm tho farmers .-li. ed with need grain, this year, 1 i. uum asli Uie got eminent to ttko expressed the.opiuipn that the govern-! Proust Btops uvoUde .scou men I had in deiilius fRfain. even if it costa living eleven ia'1- tho seed grain problem. "Tlie in-j lien dollars." ion of those entrusted with form-- a .policy of seed grain U Is significant that on.tliL1! very Mr. Kemp was matins his no-truce do- durations Jn Toronto, tlie Conserva- tive Lincoln inated for Parliumot ;i fe'w months ngo. Avae protesting against the resolu- tion Jusi passed by" the CouseiTsilve association, couimciiding the party- tmce nction of both government and opposition in relation to parliament's wur measures. Only one man was found to Join in.the sneer loy- alty of the Liberals." Led by Ileevo Pluming, v.'ho declared that "tho Lib' been he declared, and he (ol- loured this up by establishing that tho indecision has resulted in delays In purchasing seed grain until the price very feisli, tlial ihey exist, awl in coinpari-! tho-farmers most" pay high prices. which would not have been lliw case had. the been pureliased earlier. This -could have .done, lor the govannneiil fliiDOimced Uiat it was io, supply seed grain as early us last. Dr. Waniock .was TOT QUniNMHOlI Pays Tribute tu Govern- ment lor What Has Itoeu Doue so Far CRITICIZES METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION When the discussion Lock place on supply of seed era ID for tlie wes in the House ci Commons on February 10, W. A. Buchanan. M.P. for Medl cine Hal. gfoke QB follo'ws, according to the HaoGard report Mr. TV. A. 'Buchanan (Medicine Mr. Speaker, I do not whether 1 am iu a. position to com plain or not, becaUao IT the BUlvit.uiu of tho Minister of the Interior is cur ried out, my district will be t [The Minister .the Interior, 'had Jtated that every deserving farmer n the drouth-stricken area, men on patented l very erals are just as loyal as those of his supplied with seed grain.] Unfortun- irt.iy own the CoiiBermtive assccia- me-I a district that should receive I lion, to -A man. and In the meal em- seed "grain on tlie same basis as those phatic terms, denounced the treason on uopatented land. On this point he j talk of the two leaders, who, for-the said: sake of putty would divide to .holders of patents not re- jpolilfcal opinion ia Canada, and de- advance, the regaining of thejceiTrae assistance. I tvoulil vike to ex-1 stray Canndlan unity in (he.face of tile plain to the House that iu my opinion j Empire's enemies. (akea is looked upon as a j are In a worse position than In each instance the piirpti'sV w hopeless aist.. Tho successful ofTen-jhomesteaders. It has been cusfomarr plain. It "was the. same purpose. It hlin for Ijonjesieaders, as soon" as they re- of -iha Allies may be lakeu ro he ceive lbeir pateniE, L0 lit once apply to of tbe drive of Inc lcai1 company and borrow every dol- lar They do this so .that liiey may reimburse the storekeepers anil others had carried them TvhUe tlioy were fulfilling .the home- stcp.d regulations. Tbey also purehas- vhich has "Seen timed ior the aprinj. Tbe successful more lu the tftLllefield by the beyond Us cirri immediate advantage, cou- tideruMy affect the enemy's campaign In "Poland. Here he IB making a. fran- licv effort to drive the Russians uotYeceived their yoad the Vistula, and 10 hold tuem f In cQncludJnR-his strong and i thclreJ'so thai he can give intended to preu.-ire the party mind aucl the party workers. for a "loyalty" election lu Lin- coln the discreditable game ID- stautly rebuked. The two Conserva- tive candidates, who insinuated the disloyalty oE v.-ere answered by very pertinent and very personal enlees are often rct'ily. in a worse posi- tion lasn. tlio homesteaders who have I lands in partic- re not" "lislated tliis rcprininff- tljeir having- an in- arca. under crop, "the. area in which n-ill -be a paramount necessity, .to carapaipr. JfcatfLlig PVecch first and then come _oa .flte Russians iris the initial program of the enemy's tactics. After of war he-atiH esti- mates the importanca of the same, the aliaation DOW is not only-less (ihem every encouragement. What 31 cd horses and equip meat to go on questioae; "What about Captain Lovc- breakins more land, and co these put-'; lace, the Liberal candidate [or Lincoln, retired to go to tiie shout- ed one Coueervative delegatt. "What about his son, Lieut. Lovelace, noiv in cafied anotber. "What about Captain Begy, at the front ia demanded a.third. f'AVhat about Col. "VTiatabout "Where's ycur kalilii haven't jou -Alderinmni'-'Bur- gojTie, the St. Catherines ne'wapaper all his Uve speech, -Dr. Warnock said: I to say Earnestly that, if many -districts, my own. "will !man, protested in tbe name of "the. re- be it boundon'duty advance erain to the farmers, and to give actually pucation of pie didate's slur on. Ilie loyalty'di'any'citi- So all not, of the is'almost entirely-within the droutli- strickeD area 'ofytlie province oC berta. Tito I'armers tUera hare been carried through this winter, by the as- sistance of tho Dominion government." T am prepared to pay. tribute to.the sbvernirieut for tlie asaist- aiico ivhich they tiare given to ttc set- tlers in ray district, i ani not prepared to go the lengtK'oE'saylns Uiat this assistanca haj been the fairest possible manner to Uie peo- ple of thai country; "but at the same time I think the government dcsefye credit for to. the assiat- ance ilie for providing means cail exist and, remain in the cotiutry. If .1 .under stand the Minister Vof the' Interior arisht, the people of that district ai (o be provided iritbr fieed grain no matter whether they are on unpatcnt cd -iand or on rented land, or even oh land which has been pnrcbaaed, be CRUSG In many caoea hai "Men purehued, the fanner is in jut as bad a position us the man who is OQ homeateaded land, whether patent ed or unpatented. 'There seems 'to be an impression throughout Baatem Canada that that district is worthless; that it Is not worth while paying attention to oa ac- of mixed farming 111 Cauudu. Others glvun tlioae furracrts' tlie ifliuo .The farmers hm'o fo'i- lowcd that ad v leu to'a very cx- tenl, aud ,lu my district there Uoeii a large increatiu lu livestock dur- ing recent years. IJut Ou account of tbe drouth thcru lias bean no f tied whatuvvr .for that stock. Iu October list with (he CpiumlB.- Hloncr of Inimleratloii in Wlnulpog lu rectrd. to ,tho matter, and hu iutlmat- tUgt he had forwarded Ihe follow- ing wire to the superintendents of Re- lief: "The government provide baled hay for form stock only where it ia necessary and In moderate Quantities." Now, this is entirely satisfactory: but that promise is not being cnrrled out. and as a resist fitrm stock be- ing lost, eBpeciftlly As farmers are not ablft to puvchaso foed or got it rrpni tbe government, tuolr iarm stock is belaff destroyed. It is most import- ant for the Otuin of mixed fanning the. government ihould' carry out the protaltR made br tho Commlislcr.- cr of Immigration in Oototiar IRBI Which led the farmers (o baHevo (hat Lhey elic.ulri have feed for their stock. I hope the Minister of the Interior will aee to it tJiat the notessary Jaslruc- ;lons are given to furnish feed utitil :he farmers can provide it themselves. Tbe Best Remedy For Ail Ages and pro-'ori to by thousands upon thousands of testa the whole world over, is tho famous family Beechun's Fills. The ailments of the digestive organs to which all are which come so many serious sicknesses, are corrected.or prevented by Try a few doses now, and you will KNOW what it means to have better digestion, sounder sleep, brighter, eyes and greater cheerfulness after your system, has been cleared of poisonous impurities. For. Children, parents, grand- parents, Beocham's Pills are. matchless as, a remedy Worth a Guinea a Box Frepued cmly by Thomii Bee thorn. St. Hclenr. Luouhirc, Sold cvrrywbere in Caudciud U. S. America.' ilnboxci. ,-J 1 am satisfied-there Is more optimism among the formers in drouth- stricken area than can be found in many communities Mint liiul good crops 'inst your. 'Many of lliesiy fann- ers 'conic from elates in Ibo Amevncan Jniou, where' they hod to face ad- conditions1 In the curly ctages of agricultural They bc- As to the prosnccts that country, I lieve in the-future of that district; they believe the district will come out all right. I am satisfied It" the gov- ernment come to' tho assistance of tlwuti farmers iliis year, then, ivlth 'were never for a good crop nnil for high prices, the farmers will establish themselves on a firm footing which will make them satisfied with their new homes in "Western Canada. WHERE FIGHTING count of there _ 'givqa ;to H. railway, com- are not1 prepared to ptny; out mil-jtheir share of the countryVbnrdini lions of dollars in oilier ways, and 11 this time. U. E. W. miad that Llberels, Individually .and failure.- I desire -to remove that Im- such a severe crop BLOCKADE' Germany's, piratical policy ed ifito'belnj, dating from March 1st.' Britain's answer :in Uie shape of-a provigioua ther-contain everytliiiig which pf-fair pltr BO far aa ner.triil5f i and even the enemy, are concenied. ft Snrufther creditaTaly dJttingiiiaheil j from ths German bloilttde in that it] no toeotce to trtdicg ships, f of neutrali or of those of the! PICKED UP JN jiASSlNG'l FOX THE iirsv cpuiiis, tliat-.iUr; Lenjip.v-'-a'ill hfr the jiiext addition lo Forty men were ihrpwn.-out oJ em- plijyment 'when a "fire in the shape. of of. men and chips.. plant, iotr. r Sunday: nioroin jlotaUy (lie buildings an machinery, and did damage which ba been estimated at JIS.OOO.- did damage to.the-L The-wire of F. W. Galbraith Saslt., d recently at Port HppR. jslrbyfi'.g" tlie" Hotel and- content MHchtll, Oct., hit raised for 9ffice It is a remlMntly lionanbiy framed the exigencies 0{ the sitoa- J.tioB.. li hare jonc jaucli fiir- therewith, every BXCUM, face of ilia -jniiey's cpid-'aloeAea .piratical loTrerine nersBlt -tq the policr of jlhe stable scorched, and Kelson's gen jcral stsct suffered in being tcmove the building. I Berry, ex-chief- of' police Bv. Ui'tus Smith is dead at Glan- liegina, resignation recent] ,war: rBlipf. tieo. ei-rpeve ol Oat., is dead. Oht J. Collinc, of St. -Joseph's C. Ottawa, is dead. Itwtlia- i- Oreat -Britaia has launched feer block- ya4e IB ,the spirit ol the Has that "has .flown -DUiollled thronrji Uie cuhiriei. 'It. ia Ikat ol hoioanity .diiplayed fay David nslon, Ca- bas .been the outcome oi an..invest gation, -was presented. Vith a- silvt smoker's set by the police depart ment, ;as a token of regard.'.Chie bourg militarv man, and i Ilrufcon. who tatea ijeinoef of t-pe H. N. W. -M.. .P., is has aurived from Edmonton, and has dead: Wra. aiaund, ol North has been appoiirtiM secretary and treit- surer M theTT. A N, .0. railway com- missiop. n-aite ground the late TV.. No Jollj- Roger, but in en- a'Promilieht- Methodist di- vine, died at' Tonwto. Win. Huilgins, ol took. Car- braody and Vas found 7 ..Postmaster .D. H. VcLeaii, or Em- ia ersofl. Man.; riied hi? of- Her.liad 18 of. the .nations' at larse; 5 wnicll tie Mistress of. tie Sete :to uphold- and maintain ;Jto the. siiai'e'spotlese reDutiiiioB it. has 'Buttered in the -c taken up his duties: .of peace, snd in .the tornadoee conflLct! -sense of the wordjil is. an" which Great JBri- with, her sea can'naln: >o neutral nation nor havo any ei- tor.brpteli.L As far .as. Uermaii coBcened the. blockade dead to. the world and from Into the enemy's ports no allowed to enter, no ahips willjie So. much for Ger- Bsntral 'ships the same applici. Without i pus Iwhicb may be the duscretlon caHains, no viBSBei. carrying goods with an i: -.a- port. Its' 'in'a .Britisii wtored! _n'oti ia.' "frijMfulness" rtqiiSsitioned' for :rise of or. ie" restored. to.V tn'e peripna tiUed ;lhe game apjear. just rererence ihe .ports, iimrj .11 apt reiiuirsd f hall d into yeais. A: cuairman of the l.-ublic scnobl says that rcbqiil bonds to the amount ol weis 'practically .sold. ISdwin Wilcoi. ill the TVeUth Ualgarrv at the agei-of -81V a niill- funeral.. former mnn- ajBt .of-the Telegraph publishing cpiEr nanr, oj'SG John, and later an. in- depeSdeBt" publiBDBr aud, printer, died at Hamptpijjjed 43. Employeeas-at' Ofanby smelter, pi- Grand FotksV B. 0.; have received ah increase of vten per cent, in pay. They wages war- broke out.' K.C., M.L.jl.', n-as elected''ctjirman of the public ac- counts oi, the'legislature lit .Oat-ario. This, if precedent In tbo prlvaor tomr. Bomboi.t.lldroasrtst.. Anln.te box oftflo onroff. Maifkfw boutlrt foiled fre. In pUli Vre ro-j tend us conpon FMEC SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMTT) DRTJO OoifPART, rJJ Prnmld BUa.. .FrM inmole In plain Street .f.....'.'..................... CANADIAN BANK Of COMMERCE neutral prppertyf. ftiiy iif .lip .to which it has lias Greit'BrK AH si tnmt her, an it effectual. preaaipn, and to Bay that during tho tlmo 1 have lived.ta tlie southern part of Alberta that district hcs produced splendid and profitable crops; but, ing-to conditions of pioneering in _a new .country, lack1' of 'Transportation facilities and difficulties due to com- mencing farming with very 'itttle cap- the prosperity- of .tap people lias Aiciuhu nwy be opened at every branch ol The Canadian Bunk Of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the ume Careful attention as It given to all other of the Bank1. bustneis. Monej' deposited or withdrawn in thii way M at by a jfcrionaJ viiit to the Bink. wjf -4l T. Brynuier, Mgr, tosltioQ tb finance a 'complete crop failure'.- Thero" arc. parts of that district, which I conild- er to be within the .Urbuth-slrlckeu area, 'vhere farmers" today are -tgld they cannot get seed'etaEn. -1 have a' letter in my Diamond City, a place northwcst'of-the'city of Lethbrldge, in the 'drouth-strickp area, a point from-which no grain, tva shipped lait fall, and. the 'writer in forms me that he a.sup- ply of seed grain, -Whereaa other farm ersurrounding him arerreceivinK Bee Brain. I intend to band this letter t Minister of tbe Inte'ripr, I think this case should be Jnveitlgat and this particular fanner Is cei ilnly entltled'to seed Any far mer fn .the constituency--'of Medicine Hat who aske grain, unles le haB.accumulated aome en :itled to seed grain, because the .Ire aiEtrlct is within the droutli-strlch )a ana. The inability of inanj fanuers to re celve seed Erain this year. j. due In' a number of instances tb Bame-pf the hahkH of this country.'' to be candid in. saving .that eome of (he bank iu this the war commenced and anie, have been of ..ijp whatever tb farmers 'who have Becjr ties' vbich they to anks.... In ..that way maiiy men' who nUclpated that they could secure seed grain throngh their own "resources, ave been-iibable to do wren-account fact that they 'could npt ny adTanees whatever'', from the jnUu. I have been told thie by me'u rho have assured me th'aT. they x-ould ffer gilt-edged security.., HI remem- hon. member fpr.Cal- ary; (.Mr. made'.'Br 'Eimilar latement In that "pnf ac- ouot of this that the demand Is ow coining to the dranccs of seed gralii from people, ho, r believe, ordimrily would not Eek advances, because, put- of .Ih'sVr wn resources.they caonbt stance which they coviW hsfe Eecur- d in other years. It Is the iduty of e. government: under 'Yuen' clrciim- ances to .look after thoae. iip they are in. the. rtcksn To.'inr pwii1 (Its-.'satufied ait'a .the nd for crops': next .ar. That .Is: in a district .irhlcb did it bavfrany' croiiB'' laaii'iyear, wberQ c people and bat at the saine cultivated more laud! an they had last are pfe- red to raise i crop this year, and, i oro condition, tbat exlit In southern herta, I balleve have never had] letter prctBects .for. a 'crop' than; we i st tlie present lime. If we let a j op, with tke' prices, all ie' obiIgatlpns. the farmers have. un- drrtaken with the tovemment of the. Dominion of Canada will he met, pro- vided thit the machinery coupanlM, nnd others do not get after the faroiers first. NOT, I dealre to add one obnervttkm with regard to Mils araafwjifch I re- uid within-which :I rmldg. I WKld like to nuallon uuestioo of feed for My ban. frtmd'tbe Minister of Trade and ConiQelxe (ilr Oeorp been Despatches tell of a great British, victory in the district depleted; alto the casualty lists indicate that Can- adlans'.arc In.action in v i Drugs are Harmful! If a tea or coffee, drinker, have j-ouVs lopped toViliink lliiil, Xyith every .--ciiji arer; taking from lo 3 grains of caffeine, "a 'slow, but powerful, According lo inedicai'aiilliuriiies. caffeine is; a cause of .nervousness, lieai-t trouble, indigeslipn, consiipaiipn and other ailments. It's a cumulative' '.'drug, and what's more, a habit-forming drug. Sometime, when the drug gels in its' licks, .you'll realize the does; bul wq'uldrtjl', i it be better to avoid troubled-stop bqlli tea" and cpffed now arid' list; 1'ostum. j .x jv II food-drink, made from selected wheat "anil a lillle wholesome molasses, rcartfuljy' Jroastol, ground and skilfully blended. This gives Poslum a snappy' delicious but if is absolutely free from or any plhrf-liarmful.iiigreclieiit. J cotncs. i.irtwo Postum aud Iiaiant Postum a soluble no boiling miide instantly in Ihc 'cup with -Itqt 50c tins, The difference IE only in the form. Both kinds 'arc ivjiolc'scuiic an'd dclicipiw and the ;co9t pex- cup is aboiit the siime. Be sure to ask for the kind yuu'want. a eason" for POSf LJIVI MADE IN CANADA. Canadian Poslum Ort-al Lid, Windsor, Oul, -sold by Grocers everywiiei'e. ;