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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE L FRIDAV, MARCH 19, 1915 fteratt) Blberta 1 DAILY AND WEEKLY, SUBSCRIPTION 6alb delivered, per year.'...- Ptilj by mail, per year...... by mail, ycr year. 1.00 with Hying colors, lion.'Sir. Mitchell Ims ;io reason to be oilier Hum proud of his department. AVlml ultiout Time to getSbuSy. 1352 Business Ofllco Kd'lorhil Ofllco W A. Buchanan Johr, Torrance Hum mp Uirector Bus.utfes Manager r.' Tlio Allies west nre'prepar- ing for-th'o groivt drive. Can- a'dliiriB at the front will atiy Uiat it rWulhds 'them of tlia spring ro'unU-up. Tlio Laiirier nmcmlmenl lo the bud- pet proposals wus dpowcd imdorl Tho loyally of tho liianlifacturera'' rep sentntires In tlic Federal House mostly tlie lip brand. They seoiu. .enjoy'raising ihe'barriers even-i nlust tlie Mother Qoun.lry. For Sale at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridge Hotel Tlic MiEsourian ehanicturistlc h seized Ilie'iiuoiuUim oil Investor, ni it will take oodles of oil to mise'hi to the dizfcy .heights whore ho with big oil stocks Inst June lookin with pity down OK Uie toiling work THE WAR SITUATION TQDAY ng in the wnr despalrhcs in- dicate any movement of to cli nge ilie general situation 'iu Uie -nestcm .bittlofroni from Hie po- sitions of advantiigo secured 'jy ilio Allies. AlOnK lliis front IhPro is go- in- on a skinmshing for Vhe securing j relumed from Egypt and ofC footholds of military advaningi'. itnle ot Insurrection among the. De rfuclins knolls and iho cresls of hills, jvislies iliat puts Arabian Night in this respect ihe Allies have scored Evidently tins unnamed ge local successes, particularly at Souain 'tleraaii on 'his return journey passe An unnamed Berlin merchant Ii0 casl of Reims. i The forcing of ilie Dardanelles has occupied ilie Anfflo-BriHsh fleet exactly z month. The results so far, obtained have been most encourag- liig and. considering ibe risk and of the lastt, losses to flic ships aud personnel of the fleet IIHVC bcou exceedingly small. .liucrest. in Uie actual operations in t itlie various battle zones has tempor- arily given place [o the contemplated of Italy, Greece und Bulpnria. .Tlie Htir of activity amongst these through- Constantinople find took course from the Sultanls press And' the Berlin press agent, growln the finishing touch'e kingdoms the anticipation cer- thai "one, -if not-nlh must speed- .nV'ttbapdon a nectraUattituae for Q belligerent one. WELCOME -TO THE. WOOL GROWERS Southern Alberta Wool Growers are m-itli us today In session at their an- nual convention. This is oue of the most important-couventiofis held: an-- SUQlly in this city, and It is lira proud to welcome, for its pres- tencb denotes that Lethbridge Is the fcentre' tlie sheep Branching indus- try of the industry that i growing by leaps and bounds. Tha growth has result qf inuc: pioneering in the face of many hard Eblpe but the industry has been find level during- tlic past years, and has added greatly to th of tbe province. Co-operation among sheep ow: has done much to put the_sbEerJ dustry on Us present fooling nod the convention today and tdmor -row-'ia tbe outward fee operation.' There'-.'' are sUll problems: to "soire a rights .mountain re to 'aid from JcetinU'bf "Vool, but people as a whole congra J. -Mcllillan on his promotion a head.of the G. P. R. telegraph system Mr.McMillaiTlias seen the system i the Vest grow i'rom a rather sma concern to one of an lie has-had much to do with makin it a success, flis promotion is wel The'pnly regret we have i r are losing- such a Lypica that' westerner.___ 'PICKED UP IN JJAS" LASSINGi r_OH-. THE1- .BU.5V- HAN of Kasio has been''iiolii candidate for thai ioday "tvill theoi. Herald extends inenj its wishes ALBERTA'S FINANCIAL POSITION AibBrta has .reason to proud of her" position- as set forth ;tiy "tha1. budpel ipeecb provincial house V JWediiesday. Revealed in -the address the fact that Alberta's JndeVted- "Bess is agaiaat. assets ol and that on Dec. .the province had in the bank aeai future contingeocles It has "the one rf the AJberta opposition to criticize Iho financial stauuiiJ5 of the province. Blue ruin every hand .when oppoaitlon :oratora held the floor, but .the. test hag come, the test that hae shown every province, city and town in. the Dominion the weakness of Hs 'financial, position', -and Alberta finds herself the envy of them all. She has builded against this day and her financial structure shows no signs of Every- Albeitan should 1 feel great satisfaction that we ourselves in such splendid position to the storm during the war weather period. Alberta can sit tight if nesc'd be un- til, after toje 'vrati. capital .ei pendJturep, ;Iy: curtailed. it be "that- we can tbe money at an. easy rate of Interest, There are no preasing needs Jn the wayol capital eipendlture just present Like most of our towns 'the prprtncc'can very .well tffford to -fta't uotil after- the -.war- Li over. .There is one important matter in which the province is Betting. an 0X7 ample which might by the Dommma During tbe. past months the work of the land offices in Calgary and Edmonton hu fallen off., and ir. keeping" have been, reduced one-third. This la a. pleasing contrast to the action of the federal departments which, In "Wp ot Tailing Terenues, have been increasing staffs at'the rate ol zbout 000 per department per day. Alberta .has trim Died her sails for ;4b6 wtr period, una will come (hrougli i Seventeen, men. from Calvary and dietrict Jiave so far been mentioned In casualty Ijsts, marine oEficer states that Germany is turning out one sub marine a day at Bremershaven. H. Nelis. irho for 21 years was solicitor in is dead He was 77 rears old. The new United States dreadnaught Peons j5 van whs succesEfully. launch- Tuesday, Wa'ckaji D.D., .Vancouver, as TicnninitBd. in the'Lib- eral intenjatB for eral proprietor of Ont., s-.oldest business--men, ;ed 21, of Calgary, at Bregg Creeg, that.he dled.sbort- 'aid' and 7 have forces, ;a; "Bqperan- Qister.of Torpntov Ifl'ness 'of 'three years old.' Craine, the "child- lecturer, 'IB dead "'at He, was born in in 1845. Robert: B. of Winnipeg of Electric .Rail- way, at-a salary of per montb. 'The city rafiwaya-in loll .ad" nee'eamyigE wae cify under the trac- ton ordinance- nets, of Pense, Saak., was which originated rom ap' overheated furnace, damage estimated at" JHOOO, covered by 94000 nBiirance, being since 1905 manager of the-.iVinnipeg branch of the Bank Toronto, haa been appointed sup- erintendent of branchee with Toronto as headquarters. Leon Vaaderheo of Morden, 3ran., oimd guilty at the assizes on a charge of stealing oats, was liberated on parole by-Mr, Justice Curran, on con- dition tliat tbe prisoner go back to Belgium and enlist, in King Albert's army, Vanderhen >aa glad of the chance. child ot Jameif.Forbes, homesteader dlElrict, Man., 'was i.urned tp'deatli in a fire which con- sumell the house recently. Mrs. was badly scorched in an at- :em'pt to rescue her baby. 'H.-.M. the Wlnni- leg-3aT.yer, wbo Joined the 34th Fort Garry Horse, and w.ent over with that regJmeut'td England as a captain, has ealgned ---his commission and sailed or Canada, March 12, to assume com- mand..of. the 53rd Batt., 'with the rank >f Jleutifnanticolpnel, His headnuart- at Ptllice Albert, Saak., and IB regjmeDt.Tvlir form part of the 3rd iverseaa" cpn tin gent, 3 Chari'dler. a Montreal hoi ;Vho has returned from be iaw the Winnipeg battalion eav'e: tor the and-also saw i.eni They'i were Just as hberful ariiloua to get hack nto .the firing Ifne. A Winnipeg sol- Icf ..Wo but whose anie ;un fortunately be did not get, as brought to Boulogne, and is to be warded'1 a medal for. heroic .conduct nder flrii': is (he great music festival of the year. Without music loses much of its significance. brings all the world's wealth of sacred music into your home. Instead of these beautiful hymns ind'-stcrcd Mlectioas sung only once a year, you can hear them often and come really to know" them as they deserve to be as they are rendered by .the world's''? bedt singers, on the Vidtrob... _ Here are some of the favorite selections on Vidtor Records: ETW Briptl Ftll U-WdYt- ChrM ATOM BuutL'ol Itle ol CW Clorii focrTvelfih MM (Mmvl) Htlleluiih OUITW Victa wth SMH'I Luc, Muib--6003j I Xnw TV MT JauOinilu.RH Let (Tbc Fmck La RABCIUX (The Pilmi) Lawman (TTie Pilau) FreoeJi Pol Any "His Master's Voice" any. city or town in Canada will be glad to play any of these beautiful Eatfter hymns or any other music you hear. A- i -t Vidlrola VI dolo) 147 Sold od easy if desired. Qdw VidreUfrtw 1305 ptynati.'! teo-mch. douMenUeJ viflot We Iwo sii V -H7 ''Hb -Mulo'i Voice" dealer in my town'city JD'Cmdi. Write for free copy. our' 420-ptgf Minted Eacyclapcdu Jalioc 6000 Aik lo BliliiJl biftle "ITie TTnl Nevier: -i Comet Mini by Edwud Hamilton, Vjdoi No. GRAM-O-PHON co; Lepoir Street, Montreal DtALEM IN EVERY TOWN AND OTY Vidor ia -HJ-4H Mason Risch. Limited .Phone 791; 21 WESTERN BHANCHE8. 404 5th llrnt DOESN'T LIKE CALLING EITEL OFFICER! "JOLLY SEAMEN" A Macleod'reader writes the Herald objecting to the pro-German attitude of the Hernld In calling the Eilcl'n ot- flcers "iolly seamen He says: "As ft constant reader or your paper I have oUen wondered wliy The Her- ald, along with many other papers published In Canada BO rrequcnily (launt on the front piges pictures cannot be otherwise than ob- jectionable to Britishers: .In the laaiie of tlie ISUi imt-, you ahow group or "Jolly rho art-hone.othcjri tlian the officers of the'Gc'rtnui >lVl- ill.-iry Prlr.z THcl FrledrlcH, >nd Ilia k Vlcturo "It may Be (hat n large of your readers are prO'Gernian are delighted by auch ialnjy Jara on me, and I.'ani' many jotheri 0( while -not- assuming to tell you how pkper Is' lo -be may be to Miey dV or do not like In your It cannot be for want of fntereBtforor insLructive. copy for us BrltUfcOT, tbli D C. B. BOWMAN. TELLS BOARD QF TRADE OF CONDITIONS IN Further evufcnce .thafcvLctlibnfcB is on a par, Umot.ubovo cify in Canada, from a coinincrciiU point ot was given to the busi- ness men of Lhc city Ust night by Mr. C..B. Uoivman, ivho recently tt- :urnod alter spending the major po tion ot the in the cast. Bowman said that the activi around Halifax, which is being ijuok nil over is d'uo to nothi else -than tho fact tlmt Ualimx is gaxrison city. Most of the btisinc there is derived from tlic troops the forts, and the boys from battlcslilps. "His Majesty's ships must be see to ho 'Air. man. "Tho Princess Royal, wlii took port in the North Sea -figli coaled at Halifax when I was thcr The warship is immense, in bvei way. If it was laid down on Fill street .it would stretch from tl Hudson's Bay corner to tho middle Third Practically all the work in tl eastern mills and factories is due government, orders lot military su piles. :If there is any cbcer for Lothbiidg folk in the fact, there arc SOOO ,v cflnt houses in Torobto, with many i the ofliccs on King street placaruV with "for rent" signs. is the only eastern cil that seems to be corallmg fonnc German trade. .Factories are hein built up there for the manufacture and other products former] made in, and imported from, Ge many. If Canada only grasps Hie o portunity, Germany's trndc will I beyond repair when the war is over Tho fanners in the east are .in goo shape, but be badly crippled b the labor problem when the harvca season arrives. It was here that .Mr Bowman urged the board to get bus and prepare to supply harvest band jnsL'as soon as a crop is known iiTat farmers endeavor, "to give thci bired help a home on the land, s that they; can raise something Io theinselres...Canada has got to be producing, and ;an be given a small olot on to raise somftaing then efforts lid thp the ust that extent. .The banks, said Mr. Bowman, nev ir had "ere monej thap thci at the present time. But they w'cr held down by the government. There Is" this consolat'on. that whatever ac- tion the. banks arc taking here -they -are domg the same in Halifax Mont- real and all the eastern cities. In coming west, conditions began to get better, said Air. -Bowman, anc he Lethbridge is as gooc as in Canada.' But as ono moves -westward, one. hears more about, conditions, In -the conscrva live, dignified east, people arc luuc up, they, know they are hard up, ,bu they do'-nbt tell everyone about it. Tn the impulsive, impetuous and specu lativc west, everyone advectises their troubles to their neighbor. On- the trains, said the speaEcr, it was very noticeable-, and extremely, disliearten ing. Travellers would board'the train at every station with some words on their'lips regarding the mortified con flition of the town they had just en- talk was interesting In a degree, and his-remarks were" listened to attentively. ASSOCIATED PRESS- IS NOT A TRUST "Washington, D.C., March ney-General Gregory lias .written letter to James Beck counsel'for the: Sim association, posing-or the complaint against the Associated Press-for alleged violation of Act, made by the -New York Sun Printing and llsbli-B association. he Attorney.-Generars letter, .dat- makes- known that there iajno ground for action by the Federal authorities against the Associated Rreas under the Anti-Trust Act. -y. COUNTESS SZECHENYI Formerly Gladys of New York who It la reported from Duda- and his for some ,tlme. She WAI< mining In m Budapcot mlll- htwplUl wb.en fhc XeJJ ia Diamond Ring Absolutely Given Away At the request of lnlnclrcds ol disappointed people who vere not able to secure'one of our 2ov parcels lusf. Saturd'ay, we have decided to .give the public one more opportunity of .an- ticipating in Another 25c Grab Sale and our men nre now husy up the balance of Splendid Glassware, 'China, and Crockery, representing' MIC balance of the Kirkhiim stock. Hiinilrcds of every kind of Glasses will be wrapped up tog-ether with thousands of pieces of Useful Crockery, China, .etc., and to every purchaser we are a ticket which will entitle them to a draw on tlic Single Stone Diamond Ring a beautiful blue steel, and valued by a local jeweler V We .will also enclose a number of BKAND NJEW-DOLLAR'BILLS-ami other inonetacy prizes.' Doors open 9 o'clock Saturday morning. GRAB CRYSTAL-GRAB1 KIRKHAM'S OLD STAND, 6th STREET. POSITIVELY THE FINAL WIND-UP LINER MONTROSE AGAIN ASHORE The CanadlBa Pacific liner'which went aahort-'-'on the west. couBt oC Erica while doing transport, for. Britain. Is nicknamed .the "hpo- ship. was OD Uils ship tliat Crippen, the murderer, Sow THE SEEDS OF UNEQUALLED PuftfTV AW HIGH GERMINATION S1EELEJRIMS SEEDS THEY INSURE BOUNI HEALTHV CROPS FROH ALL CLASSES Of On SALE ey When in Rome Do as the Romans Do "You will then be sure of getting the best Tea sold RlbSiii.; for tlie Blue nibfcon Cggk Book. Tut cook for In WMMrn CinnM. Wrlti nimi ind ;