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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916 Jietbbribcie UDcvalb XctbDrt^oe, Hlberta i DAILY AND WEEKLY bt> victorious., tl !� not ii glorious plc-tiii'c for our .Vmcrlcaii roiisiiis to con-1 tDiiiiilnto: ' The I'runkl'ort Zeltunp. bflori- the �w:ii- rnti'd an one of tlie most liliernl uiul leaM niilltarlstii- of Important (ici-tnan iieWFiiapffrs. tliiio explains witli sympttlliy wliy German Kood seed gratii. dously. Tl heltrtf trrraen- U hanlly looks right th�t ilie shoop-men gliould he grnntcd tho tight to praxe in the forest reBervesund then be shut out by impoBslblo conditions, naval I Our sheep Industry is an Important Subaori-ptlon Ra'.sa: Dally, Uelivereil. per wecl^ . Dally, delivered, per year .. Dally, by mall, per year---- Weekly, by mall, per yoar .. ollkers would Wkp war with thi^ roun-tiv. anil what woiiUi he the cource nf eventc: Jl.OO j TELEPHONES Busluess Office ........... Editorial Office ........... W. A. John Torranea Managing Director Uusiness .M-tuager ii;24 "�our Kina "'^d. Countrj' Need Yen Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE i OF THE WAR The second fimi: olTeuxhe of tlio j Germans at Verdun hiLs entirely inil- j ed, nccordiug to omelal report.-;, and military observers believe that the third attack which was being planned ; by the Crown Prince v.ill not now ' take place, so e.\hausted are the ' With tlie fall of liai.Kland, how i^er, Kussia and France will auto niaticulty collnpBc lilte the organs of a body whose heart has Ihhmi iiored throuiih. Then. also. .Vuieri ca will remain isolalcci ami lunsl tor her part accept anv condition-; which we impose. Iiecai'.se !n tlir (leace ireaties with our i':uroiio;in foes we can, unions other tilings, also demand the luuulins over of all hirpe lia;ileships and .-iub-marines, whereby oiir lleet woiikl liei-onie !�even times tlie strens;tli of tile .Viiierii'an navy. Tlieii Aineri^a would lie sinuiitaneoiis-ly i-ompelleil lo siirnMuier, and as  ii matter of course would not only lie compelled to S've up all the interned German liners, but also pay all ttie war expenditures of the Germanic powers and their allies.- "The enlentc allies will be bank- one, and aliouirt not be circumscribed by such conditions as wei-c pointed out at the recent meeting of the ranciiers. ' Tliat new waterworks scheme put ! up by the mayor is a mlKhty bit, :dertaklni: (or war times. Wo balked .at it in tl\e prosperous days of the i real estate boom. Hut, the prospect jot drinkiuK water from the present 'supply is not allurinK. It looU.s like I a choice liotweon two evils. Tlie j mayor's letter should set ratepayers thinking, and their voices .should he licanl. EAT BIG MEALS! NO SOUR. ACID STOMACH. lilCESTION OR GAS 'RAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" IS QUICKEST, SUREST STOMACH RE-LIEF KNOWN-TRY ITI troops of the Kaiser. Tlie UghtinK irupt. and thus unable to pay. !^o about Verdun has now dwindled away ; to an occasional anillery duel. Tho remarkable advance of the Kus. elan troops Asia .Minor is further recorded In yesterday's Ais-1 I Uncle Sam will he the indemnity pay- jer. A round bill. Say JIO.OOO.OOii.ui.mi to Germany. $.".000,000,000 to Austria. J2.000.u00.ono to Turkey, and say. $1.. 000,000,000 to Bulgaria. In all JIS,-, , 1 OoO.OOO.OOO-a liandsome sum. patches, which indicates that the Rus-1 ^^^^ speculation of an irrosi)onsible pamphleteer, but of the responnible and representative Frank- sians will very shortly be in toucii i �with the beleaguered British troops In Mesopotamia. The Russians have t-mversed the difficult mountain ranges that separate Turkey from Persia and are moving rapidly dowu into Atesopotaniia. Tho German soveniraent gives it out that there will be no alteratfon of Germany's submarine campaign as the result of Von Tirpitz's resignation. A storm Is expected in the nolchstag, over the naval policy. however., . verdun or bust! The Kaiser's moi- The large Dutch liner Tubantia has I ^^^^l^, unchanged and pron^ been torpedoed outward bound, by a|tQ remain so ad infinitum. ifubmarine -without warning. There' _ were several Americana aboard it . ^uere is still plenty of room in the la believed there Tvas no loss of l.te. | ,f ^.^^ ^^^^^^^ be there, why not join toUaV SOME QUESTIONS , _J_^ou,i. TO BE ANSWERED St. .lohu's Church, Anglican, of St. 'Ihoraas. has 207 members in khaki ! itev. .lames Walker, a .Motliodist ; pastor for more than iifty-three years in Ontario, died at Gueiph, aged SO. It has been raining steadily in Vancouver for several days. Scores of basements in tho city are flooded iind trains are tied up with mud slides. A permit has been granted to repair the Grand Trunk 8tutio;i in Montreal. It Is the intentio-.i to pu: a temporary roof on -what is l--:ft of the old Ronaventure station. The death Is announced of Col. Sir Charles Moore Wnison. in Kngi.iud. who was secretary to the royal lora- Tlmc iir Pape's Dinpeiisin will digest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or oi.t-if-ordcr storanch surely within five minutes. If your meals don't lit comfortably, or what you eat lies like u lump of lead In your stomach, or it you have heartburn, that is a sign of indlgoa-tlon. from your pl:iuuiaci8t ii tifty-i-eiit case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose Just us soon as you can. There will lie no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stoniacii .Has or heartburn, fullness or herivv feeling In tho stoumcli, naus;.'a, iicbilitating head-iicl'.'s. dizziness or iutestinn! gripin.i?. This will all go, and. besides, there 'Vllt he no sour food left over in the s'omacli to po's'U y.uir breath with nauseous odors. i'npe'a Dinpepain is a certain cure for out-of-order stomachs, because It takes hold of your f.i.d and digests ii Just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief In live minules from all i stomach misery is waiting for you at i any drug store. 'I'hese large fifty-cent cases contain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to k"cp the entire family frci- from etomacli disorders and indigestion for mniiy infui'.s. It btlongs in your. home.- A('vurtiseini;nt. j fort Zeltung. It is not the idle chatter of the street, but is presented as t..e serious conclusion and program of the heads of the German admiralty-the admiralty that is responsible for the I ^n-^^ion "{oirif,;"";;, "j^^^ufs "pi;;;^^ behavior of German submarines. "Gratitude is due to our German friends for this minute description of the part the United States is to play in the grand settlement." jinrt commissioner-general in 11104. Rev. Edw-ard Manning Saunders. D. D.. for many years a leader in the church life of the maritime provinces, but since 1913 a resident of Toronto, died suddenly at Ottawa. The first day's registration in Winnipeg of unmarried men and (hild-less widowers ellsible for militiiry service undei'taken by a citixens' loni-mittee resulted in the enumeration of from ;i.000 to 5,000 men. Twenty-four tliousnnd dollars is the amount of dama.^'es claimed by tho Coaldale lambs are ^elliug at ten � White Luncii company for the wreck-There are many who think the pro-, cents live weight. Hogs are liringing |'"g of tiie cunipauy's two places of vincial health department has been I lo cents a pound live weight at cal-i'^'shth avenue cast and SEVERELY CRITICIZE TH ANO DERBY London, Jlarcli IB-Premier AHtiuith arid tho Earl of Derby wore criticized severely at n large meeting here today of married men who have attested for Bervlcc in the army. Speakers declared tliero were still two million men avallahlo and married men would refuse to serve until Premier Asiiuith redeemed ills pledge to bring out single men before others wore called to the colors. The feeling of tho meeting was intensllled by the read-lt\g of n letter from Air. Asnultii declining to receivo deputations repro-Bontlng married men on the ground that this was a .subject to ho dealt with by parliament. The meeting adopted by Reclamation resolutions demanding that the premier receive deputations and that all proclamations calling upon mariled men ho withdrawn. Postpone Call At tho eleventh hour the government has decided to postpone the call to groups 3;! to 41 of married men. from tho ages of 27 to 3,'), which was to have been Issued this,week. lax In its treatment of the typhoid epidemic here, and citizens ure ashing questions which require an answer. The Herald is not satisfied that gary stockyards. It looks like tine weather ahead for the mixed farmer. Farmers should remember at this all has been done that might have | time of the year the importance of been done by the provincial authorities. There may be explanations, bui we have not heard them. If there are we would like to hear them. When the provincial health authorities knew there -was a typhoid epidemic in Macleod last fall, why were not the local health authorities notl-tied to take precautions? It Is tlie common belief that after Eevrage runs in a river from three to nre miles, its bad effects are nullified. Lethbridge is 30 miles from Macleod. As Macleod had typhoid in the fall, and as the first samples of water taken here this spring- and tested showed clear, how did it come that the second samples showed pollution? Did Lethbridge, when compelled to | put. in a sewage purification plant to protect the towns belo'w us, receive assurance that we. In turn, would be protected by the towns above us on the river? If so, why did the authorities not act? If not, then the authorities were not doing their work systematically, but piecemeal. The Herald believes there must be some satisfactory explanation to these questions. K there is not, then Letli- j bridge has not been treated fairly, ahd the only conclusion would he that Uiere must be something lacking in the provincial heaUh organization at Kdmonton. Public health la too important a thing to be lightly disre-garded, and Lethbridge should not let t]x^^ epidemic pass without making it the means of bringing about refprms. We believe the authorities at Edmonton will act if the matter is put squarely up to them. Now is the time to do so. I lOS Ninth avenue wo:;t. Calvary, by a mob of soldiers and civilii>.ns. The death is announced of Sir .las. Caird, millionaire juio manufacturer and a leading figure in Scotch Industry. Sir James was well known as Tietrolii IX .$(){).50 with l.'-inch, double-sided Victor Records i:iO selections, your own choice i. $Ro. GERMAN PEACE TERMS; DEFEATED AND VICTORIOUS Press dispatches recently have told us of tentative German peace propoa-Hls. They differ greatly from the peace proposals born in German minds H year ago and indicate that a draw would not be unacceptable to tho Iluns. A yoar ago there would have been a storm in Germany if anyone had suggested handing Belgium back to the Helgians, hut nowadays It Is tlie accepted thing that Belgium shall bo restored, though there is no hint of paying for the damage done by the Invading hprdes. However, tbis Is just by way of Rhowlng the temper of tho Germans With defeat sttiving them in the face -with Verdun as far away as ever. Hut listen to this from the New York Cllobe, and learn M'hat Is in the Ger-pma mind If he should by, any chauco DTIIER VICTROLAS ir, ^.',00 �iOhli ON EASY FA )�-MENT.'A' FOR Mr SIC A I. (ATA LOO LISTING OVER 6000 VICTOR nECORDS New and Popular VICTOR RECORDS Tunefully Pleasing and Desirable an- ii I'l-u ()f a (�hoicc iiui^i-ciil (jc.aliiy which any "His -Miis-u.-r".s Voice" ileak'i's will iriiuiiy pluy for the iUikiiij.'. Three ten-incli, double-sided Victor Records -90 cents for the two selections, I'uUerneath the stars, Raymond Dixon Shadow-land Groen-Macdonald niMO n philanthropist. He was the chief tlnnnclal baqker of the Shackloton Antarctic expedition. He was Ijom In 1S37. The new Krench-Canadian regiment which will he raised in Alberta and Saskatchewan has been ofllclally authorized. Capt. Le Prophon, who will command, will be gazetted as a colonel. He will leave at once for Edmonton to take command and to start organization. .Mri Justice Sutherland has dismissed tho appeal of J. A. McCuUough, of Alberta, from the decision of the mas-! tcr In chambers, wiio directed judg-j luent to be entered against iiim in tho I nction whereby tho Ontario bank sued i G. A. O'Reilly, tho Ottawa Cold Stor-iage and Freezing company and J. A. : McCullough to recover $53,573.14, al-Icseii duo under a judgment of the ; court of appeals in inOiJ. i R. W. H. King, for two years assist-a;it manager of the Calgary branch of the Canadian Rank of Commerce, has been promoted to the post of manager ! of the Yonge and Queen street 1 brancli of the same institution in Toronto. .Mr. King will he succeeded 111 Cai.gary by E. L> Beck, at present accountant of tho main brandi of tho Canadian Bank of Commerce nt Toronto. I Ml'. M. Goor. consui-geueral for Belgium handed to Right Hon. Sir Robt. Donlen the insignia of the grand cordon of the Order of Leopold, which has just been conferred upon the Pre-I raier by King Albert as a mark of his I Mn.'f^sty's appreciation tor the prime ! minister and the Dominion's syrapatny generally toward Belgium. This decoration is the highest distinction of the Order of Leopold which ranks first among the Belgian national orders. Dr. Tillsou L. Harrison, formerly of Lac Ste Anne, Alta., who is now surgeon-general of the stale of Sonora, Mexico, at $100 gold a week, has written the militia department for an appointment witii the Canadian expeditionary forces. At the outbreak of tlie BRITISH ARE PURSUING ENEMY ON THE EGYPTIAN FRONTIER London, March 15.-The secretary oH war tonight issued tho following announcement: "The force under Major-General Peyton has occupied Salum, the Egyptian frontier port on tho Mediterranean, near the Tripoli frontier, which was evacuated by the British last December. Tho enemy on the thirteenth blow up their ammunition stores and on the fourteenth only offered slight resistance. "The retreating enemy was successfully pursued by motor cars and cavalry and camel corps, with tho result that 2C prisoners including three otti-cers, and three guns and nine machiuo guns were captured. About fifty of tho enemy including three othcors were killed. Their camp is now in our hands. "A quantity of gun ammunition and over a quarter of a million rounds of rifle ammunition and nearly one hundred rifles wore destroyed. Tea Table Talks No. 3 Nownilny!'. wmihl imy eiiroful lioii.scwit'o Iniy Hour in pnper hw^'i Or .^otiii h'fieiiils hiose? Or butter from tho ttiij? (.'nrry the siuno iiieii of rilO'ri'U'TKO KOODSTUFFS ((' an article most susccpl ihh: to dHniii"(! hy ait" and niois-'liiro-'I^KA. Kor many yours hiis hc'on ilie .siaiulnrd of e.vcelleiue. Determinud to niaiiitnin, :iiid, if pussihle, improve Ihot. siniiilard, tlie rroprieiors of liliie Rililioii Tea liaVi; iidaplcd tho most olVoctivo wnipper yet devised. Ohluin It paekel. In iUiint( so buy A PERFECT TEA In' A PERFECT PACKAGE Ask your orroccr. STRIKE RIOTING AT CHICAGO REFINING PLANT , Chicago. March 1�.-Rioting in ' which stones and other convenient missies were thrown and tlie arrest of three strikers on disorderly charges , followed the resumption of operations i at the jilant of the Corn Products Refining company at Argo today. F. L. JclTrios the superintendent in (charge of tho plant, addressed tho j strikers and offered to take them back without iiu-rcased wape.s. His offer was greeted with hisses and the