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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta l^AGE four the lethbridg e .d 4 i l y he r al d Jktbbrtbge Ibeualb DAILY AND WEEKLY Subaeriptlon Rates: Dally, ileUvered, per week ..... lOi- Dftlly, delivered, per year ......?5 00 Dally, by mall, per j-ear ........JS.oo Weekly, by mall, per year ......JlOO Business TELEPHONES Otflco ............... Editorial Offico .. W. A. Buchanan Uanaging Director 1224 John Torrance Business Muuager I 'stamliiiR i?. and ihe implement ileuter. and the yriH-er, and I lie furniture dealer, �anil the elolliier. and the farmer is ' Kiven credit by all of these. To le-,vei!>e the system so that the farmer :\vill set his credit direct from the ! bank and iiny cash, is the object of 'the apitaliou for more e.Mended rural credit.'^. \o\ir King and Country Need You Rlaht Now- The ^heep is one of the most valuable auiuial.'s in the country lodaj. ! There siiould be more of them. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR ' That the Crowu Prince of tiernmny, to save his j"ace at home, is Kniherin.i; wore forces tor a fresh and more aerlouB attack on Vei-duu. is apparent from reports received. But that tliis fortress Is impregnable has become apparent to nil. and must surely have liecome so by this time to the German [ leaders. in the thousands, and whole ' U strain ^radius is good for tiie j ' srniin growers, wool u'radiug ought to ! be good for tlie wool growers. .\t j  least they think so. ' AVADE IN CANADA SOME OP ITS uses I For muklnK Map. for wcshtnK dithaa. For oloanlns and dlilnfMtlntc r�iyig;�ratort. For ramovlns ordinary ebstrtie-tl�na from drain pipea and alnkt. BHFU9E 8UB3TITUTB� E.W.GlLLEn COMPANY LIMITED ('arran?a is trying to capture Villa, say.s a dispatch. He has l)eeu on the job for a lone- lime but Villa is still free. .-\ .Medicine Hat teacher made a pu-Their loss has been far up ">�-nwrii:e Hie Wachl Am Hheiu as units P""ishment for some misdemeanor, have been wiped out. " '^"'^^'^ """^^ The resignation of Admiral Von K"" l'""i'^"i"e�'- TIrpltz, head of tlio German Heel, is ' said to have been received. He has j been very ill of late, and it is believed that this is' the reason for his retirement. � A report, held up in Berlin for tnontbs, has just come to light, tell-1 ing of frightful atrocities committed ; by the Turks upon thousands of help- r)ICKED UP IN ASSING LZZZI FOR THE BUSY MAN SAYS PRES. W HAS HUN TERl FPEA A Magrath farmer made the record of production on the government's Illustration plots last year. Magrath will be more cocky than ever now about being the Garden City. llr. Charles Wright, who died at Toronto, has been a resident there for tweiiiy-seven years, the tirst twelve of which he cotulucted a drug store. .lohn Aris. a linetuaii. was electrocuted while at work in Belleville, smoke from a passing engine prob-:ibh obscuring the v.-ires so that he touched one carrying lliOO volts. Washington, March 13.-President Wilson, it Is understood on good a,u-thorlty. has in hand, without iinv de-flnlto use to make of them, the peace terms that are likely to be heard from Uerlin it the crown prince takes Verdun, K. .M. House, aliorlly after his return from Germany, it is said, .aid botord the president Oermany's tentative proposals us modified by recent months of warfare. Col. House did not go to Berlin to discuss possible peace terms, but it is said that he did receive an outline 01 the German view of a proper settlement following the end of the war. The terms Germany would consider, contirmcd by high Gennnn authority liere, provides: The l.erman colonies taken by the entente allies bo returned to Germany. That no indemnities be demanded by either side. That .Montenegro, Serliia and Albania bo divided between Austria, Hul.garla and Greece. That an autonomous government be established in Poland. That Turkey be entirely freed of British inlluences. That Germany return Belghim and those portions of Krenrli territory now in possession of the kaiser's army. That Russia assume po.-^aesslon of Persia. That England remain as she now is, neither giving nor receiving anything. .�\ high German oftictal said that both sides "ought to pretty thorQugh-ly understand by now that there could be no demands for indemnities." and as far as Germany's retaining Bel- There are signs of internal dissen-less Armenians who have been slaugh- |slon In Germany. There will be more fered wholesale. i before long. One German writer ad-j battalions are not fit men them overseas. to take Hri.gadier-Generiil Logie. in onlcis declares that commaudinfe' officers .,^^5,, ..j,,gre is no longer who cannot maintain discipline in y;y,3,,t of it by the German gov- rnment." Uegarding other lormss of peace, it , , , ......, Ms the belief of the German govarn-  raits that Germany will never find ai iJespondent because ot ill-health, i,,^^ according to reports said to better time to propose peace than j "'W','^^'' "Sed ;!0. a barber com- luive'boen made to President Wilson, now Which is -111 the more reason '"'rV-"',"^r .""'^'^^ Hiat the only way to establish order now. Which IS an the more reason j f^thp,. unihard Frlzley. at Saltford, � .>,, ij,ik,,ns j" ,, distribute the for Uie allies to redouble their ellorts. | near Goderich, by cutting his throat. ,"nd inhabited by th^Alban^^^^^^^^^^^ ,. , , ~ . . . ,, Itenegrins and Serbians between Aua-- 1 nder the new regulations inendly j jj.j^ U. S.-MEXICAN WAR A POSSIBILITY . Villa threatens to become a hero iu the eyes of his countrymen because lie Is the one Mexican leader who is , fighting the bated "Gringoes ington leaders admit the �which might be created b acceptance of Villa by his country-^^.^^^^^ vo.unteers at T.ror.u. men would lead to extremely danger-, j^^^^ accomplished bis purpose audi""; oversea.*, army will in future �. , ar , , ' .aliens can land only at the following p.,,,,. ...nniil 1ip nivpn n ider who is, Stanley was to have enlarged ; por,.. i,i Great Itritaln: Dundee, .\ew. [.o,uM,eied lerrltorv is jes." ^\ash-,JJ,J ^^^^ specific his charges : eastlp. Hull, London, Folkslone, South-; piaslblc ' situation ->n, J^^u^ Hristol Holyhead. , ,,,,^,,.,,, t, by such an xuesdo^v. He did not do so. and it , l''^'"'!"""' '�'">=S"� nubUn. ^, allies. Bulgaria and Greece. That Greece would be given a share of the coiuiueied territory is regarded as Iblc bearing on enter the war j J!UH^i-J!-L-!,T.:L.. THUllSDAY/ MXrCH 16, 191R New Records Created by The Suii Life of Canada PROGRESSIVE business, methods, backed by forty-five years of faif-dealihgf, have achieved for the Sun Life of Canada during 1915 records that are new in the Canadian life assurance field; . Assurances of over $34,000,000 isBued and paid for in cash; Total Assurances in Force over $250,000,000; Total Payments to Policy-holders since organization of more than $52,600,000 ; Assets in excess of $74,000,000; a Cash I>>^ome of nearly $16,000,000 and an Undistributed Net Surplus of over $7,500,000-all are high-water marks in the annals of Canadian life e^uurancc. Their achievement maintains the estabetshed prestige of the Sun Life of Canada as A Leader Among the Life Compav^ies of the Empire The following substantial and uniform increases egistered during the past year clearly demonstrate the strength of the CoMoany's position:- INCREASE 191S 1914 A�et* a* nt December 3111. . . $74,326,423 $64,187,(156 Ca.h Income -. . . . . 15,972,672 16,052,'27r) Surplus Dutributed to Policyholder* 985,487 8(11,703 Net Surptu* a* at December 31*t. . 7,545,S91 6,50,1,7iU Total Paytnenl* to Policyholders . 7,129,479 6,101,287 Assurances Issued and Paid for in Cash 34,873,851 32,107,339 Assurances in Force .... 257,404,160 218,299,836 THE COMPANY'S GROWTH $Ti^,138,767 (15.8% 920.397 ( 6.1% 123,724 (14.355 1,041,797 (16 % 968,192 (15.7%j 8.4f,> 2,706.512 39,104,325 YEAR INCOME ASSETS UFE ASSURANCE IN FORCE xBri.......... )>S,SJ.......... JSSU.......... llW.'i.......... 191S.......... � t8,2I(i.T:i .tlU.Uj'.OJ l,.*-rt,l�l,Oil 5.7ir.40J.'.iT 16.972,672.31 ? '.Ki.iin.ii6 l.lll,l�)t.St ii.aij.TiO.St 74.326.423.78 5 i.ont.mco 7,Kii>,878.;; ;ii,7.)i.siu.'Ja 11.5,200,1111.71 '257,404.160.42 T. B. MACAULAY, F. I. A., F. A. fa.BStDEST ASO MANAGING mSBCrOC S. H. EV/ING, vicE-rniisioE.vr. FREDERICK G. COPE iiiiCUIETAItr. 1871 1916 HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL ARCHIBALD McTEER, W. G, TALBOT, MaiiiiBei* Alberta Division. lann MaiiiiKer. Herald Building. CalRar.v, Alia.. XlerclianlB Bank Building, :122 Teglor Bldif.. KdmontoD, Altu. Kdnionton, Alia. The Musical Festival and What it Means to the City SUN LIFE OF CANADA In I ou8 coraplicationB. In the Senate the other da.r Senator Chamberlain declared he would not be surprised if, as a result of the punitive expedition into -Aloxico, General Villa were proclaimed a national hero and .50,000 Mexican troops rallied to his standard to resist .American troops. Senator Borah, wlio ha.s been among the most persistent critics of the administration's Me.\ican policy up to this time, gave complete indorsement to the president's action, but warned congress to prepare for war, declaring that bo man knew what consequences might follow the invasion of Mexico even on a punitive expedition. He referred to the president's recent warnings to congress concerning international complications and said congress had not heeded the warnings, but had sat still with regard to national defence legislation. , The situation in Mexico is ot more I than passing interest and will be worth -watching. The United States is now thoroughly aroused, and It ^vould he no surprise to the rank and file of the-people if tlie punitive hx-pedltlon shortly turned into an inva-I slon ot Mexico which would end in cleaning up the mess which has exist-i ed ever since-^adero was alain. isowed the seeds of suspicion in th.^--^^ ,, i minds of many Alhertans. Any old j |,i,i,, i,o iasueU to moii for History-Showing of AMets 'thing to win. iiclive military service. j Particularly Strong It .i�vpi,w� ti,�i thf. f' wt^ll " '�"'^'^^ Riuourage the man- '. The Sun Life Assurance Company It develops that the Ueiman �, ,f;,.,,.^. ,j ,, cumuln. both ror , of Canada closed the year 191.5 with drilling company about which tlie Al-,ti,j i,omf market and for p.xpon. Sir thi: strongest statement in its history iberta opposition has raised such a ; iJoorgc Foster has arraiiKed for a toy ; and one fully in harmony with the prevailing in .'fuss ha"* been pavin.e good moiiev to ''"ni>''"'^"� H'-'wetton reporteil honoret^ in by opening the sluices of the system il'i"�"' � Field Ambulance. Corp.! nant matter. Mewetspn made his homo with his ' Everyone,' whether ailiUK, sick, or '",. ,...... ,,,. I T he only indlclmenl now against putting more food Into the Btomach. Tho action ot hot water and limestone phosphate, on an empty stomach ia wonderfully Invigorating. It cleans out all the sour fermentations, gases, waste and acidity and gives one a splendid appetite for breakfast. While you are enjoying your breakfast the water and phosphate is quietly extracting a large volume ot water from the blood and getting ready for a thorough flushing of ail the Inside organs. The millions of people who are bothered with constipation, bilious spells, stomach trouble, rheumatism; others who have sallow skins, blooil disorders and sickly complexions are urged to get a (juarter imund of limestone ph().sphate fi'om the drug atorn which will cost very little, hut Is sufficient to make anyone a pronounced ci-ank on tho subject of Internal sanitation, .1. D. HIglnbotham * Co., Druggists, LethUrldgc, Altu. Advl. and lor, whom a iiatlon-uitic search has been made, reluvncd lo hhi [orni-(U- home today. llo riifuseil to ;;o into details rogardhu? hi� waiideruiKH, exci^pt to say thai lUu-lng that limt ho had visited various partu of the country, making his living by doing odd jobs. IMisB Irma KllKalleii. the former countess De Uoautort, was nmrii(Hl last week to Joseph E. Howard, musical comedy writer and actor, husband of tho late Mabel Uarrlnon, of Win-iilpog and Toronto, according to a Los Angeles dispatch. The coremony was perforinetj secretly In Los Angel-on, where, Howard is filling a siago ent:;agement. Tho countcss, whose father is M. H. Kllgallon, millionaire Iroiimaster of Chicago, tJblnlnod a divorce several years ago on charges of gross cruelty. The count Is In tho ironches in Franco, according to last rcporL Are you a sufferer? Know that terrible aching, dragglng-down pain, that robs you of pleasure, even of rest, and makes life miserable? Don't you believe In the law of average? It a remedy has cured hundreds of people, don't you think It likely It might at least cure you'? JUBt give Zam-Buk a fair trial! .Mr. J. McEwen, ot Dundas, suffered from plies tor fifteen years. Ho says: "I tried pretty nearly everything, but got no permanent relief until I tried Zam-Buk. This hulm relieved the pain; continued ub(> completely and permanently cured me." The rich herbal essences of which Zam-Buk Is composftd, quickly remove congestion, relieve the dull, gnawing, burning pain, and cure. All druggists and stores, or postpaid from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, lor price, 50c. hci, 3 boxes $1,26. awarded Include shields, cups and medals. Lethbrldge bears a peculiar distinction In securing the festival for this year, inasmuch as It is the first year the festival bus been held awav from E