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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUK THE LKTHBRfDGE DAJL.T HERALD SATURDAY, MAUCH 20, 1915 SDC letbbribge Ictbbrlbfle, Hlberln DAILY AND WEEKLY, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Bijly, delivered, jier year..... Daily, by mall, per yeur...... Woeklr. by mall, iior year.... 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: Office Editorial Office j W. A. Buchanan John Torranec Managing Director Business Manager THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The Russians are once more rr- nHorlne East .Prussia. This invasion j botng made at lhe far north lowarils; Tilsit is evMen'.ly liirecteil loMmle j outflinking the (ierman line wards of liie 1'cst Prussian bonier, parallel lo .Mazurian takes. Agaiu it looks as if the uKemyl of cu-' einy on IV.irvair IMS been foiled. In unite ot the Elraleiric (.unliljjs al-j :a liiiu. Von Jlindeniiurs is1. nypareu'ilv no match ior ihe Grand Puke Xichulas- Russian movemeiu n'uy he a diversion, ii: keeping viili co- operative movements of Liu1 Allies, in anticipation or a big development in :he rtlstricl of the river Yser. Or ii mur mean -A [uriher attempt to cap- In the old days it was the "four-in- now it is the 'four-in-car." Where men used to seek blood" in horses, they now seek class" in tires. Hence, Dunlnp Traction Tread is the choice o f t h e many. T. 103 Tide] I START CALGARY- W jidian Northern tlin moment tltci' un- dertake cotistruclioii of. this parlicu- lar linr. Mr. Coclirnnc You rclcv lu Uial one piece ot liur Mr. Uucuan.in 1 am sptntiiig ol the particular hi'uudi which al- mi' section of the country. I do Details of Debate in Which Mr. Buchanan Secured an Im- portant Amendment hen Irlf of tho Canadian Nof- them ItailK-av providing for uol bolicvc an fvlensicm nt llnin oycc Isipns in the time for construction of too long a prdort slioulcl.be given to lines in the west, was under' ccmsiil- nuy company. I think tlicru should he eraliou in the Umise of Commons, some guarantee firm to I'arliainenl .Mr, Buchanan, member for Medicine :hat lhe. coiislr'nclion of these lines Hat, succeeded in securing an im- should commence within.at least, a portant amemlmcnt vital interest yrar, and especially the lines of which to l.elhbiitlge. The. official report oi hove been guaranteed by provincial tlic proceedings in Hansard says: i governments. This particular line, to, MS 3- is iiatliini; in this Bill as tu they shall I'oiumciiLT. Tlie Hill _ Canadian Noiihmi can use in llic conslriu'tion of this pariR'ulnr line. 1 would like to have a statement, [ram the .Minister of Railways as to off tor -more for West-! operation within live years aftct Northern will be) listen 10 Passing oi 'his Act, the iollowini; ,.ollUH.ncri m rnmmeiicc Lhe construt- 1 lines of railway, all nf whicli have Uoil'o[ t'UB imeKi thc bonds of which guaranteed Ijy provim-ial governments, land-schemes. ami nun aim vimi. as AIr._ Cothraiic, {Minister of Rail- DIHH.OP TIRE I RUBBER GOODS COMPANY., UMITLD H.. H. C. H. SUPIUB. Sole Affcm IT Cuila. I company will probably start to do some work and then tliey will come back to Parliament and ask ior a fur- ther extension, of time, and put up the argument that they done lint giianititeeu1 .Mr. and 31rs. Angus L Spohrledcr, something. There ought to be somr Mr. Douglas: This Hue is line be completed and placed in oper- ation within three years. J ?-lr. Cochrane is that part, oi the j Jlr. Cochrane i With the consent of (Up House it can he moved. Alt. Pugslcy There is no objection (o it. The1 Chairman Mr. bucliarian amendment would fii the western farmers and Liberals ior Kort George elector- of the message the Premier of Mr. Douglas certain proportion 3Ir. Lanca.slcr If tlic House is iin- the bank. animous, I am not objecting to this 1 have to declare amendment, but I do not think that McLean was nominated ment that the money had been raised this nmendmenl out of order, because-is the right way in which to bring THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, REST, make them smile. He had told the ai district, to contest thc iorthcom- ta sent to the Minister of Railways of thc money is i .whole world that what, we want and provincial election. about it, I think he made the state- The Chairman what we must hare are Canadian- j "Cand'date for Ilie "Greenwood, and is m the bank, ready for the Can- no notice has been given of it. made goods tor CaoBdims-aiore toe- c lhe forthcoming pro- lories for the west. vincial elections. No -doubt itr. Benneii made it The private bills committee oi thc sound so plausible ibat it was swal-jOntariQ Legislature rctuscd to allow a ;o the.right of the Speaker, while lhe tast. iMs Umf 31i000 bush. I-itierals Ejsped for breath. R. of "grain .were in storage on the always was strong on "Canada for Uieic.P.R. tracks at Hartney, Man. truck nor trade with j there are bushels, tne Yankees, This tta. ne ed.e, j another chip into the pot and made Sunday in April. Time will bc ad- it "Xo British-made goods need r.p- vanced one hour, ply" Word has been received in Winnipeg factories for Western tla death ac Omui Park Gal., of ada" is Bc-get-'em In fact we have a dim recollection first legisiature. J having heartl sometning similar a John Fant, 23 years old, who lived couple ol rears a.go when irestem'at Portage La Prairie, while jumping were the taes o, ramiMiginnUi that one end Jn new-! Swedish residents in Meiico City! Our droopiDE real estate market Deen in the stieets, and; spoon-fed thereon scd for a few reck- have had ilieir houses plundered since less moons those on the inside on the, the Zapata occupation. General Matteo Alruanza, Bubdivision stuff and grew fat.: ranza commander, and his entire j We made hay on that crv ''more have been' court-martialed for torles for Western Canada." Medi- treason and executed at Torrcon, by cine Hat had dreams of shvdfnc Pitts- i Villa authorities. burr, while Lethbrldge bowled the has highest priced factory-Setter on this Bide the 49th, We were jiving away j tor in tQ-e departmerit of the superju- sites for factories. promiBlne water, j tend.eat of Central branches light and jjower at cost, and granting Winnipeg. from taxation for nnwtr. umpth And if that corabma-! Duffierin Pattullo was nominated for tion wouldn't get factories to sell our real estate nothing else would. We did get some factories in some .'of theae "western cities, hut moat of tlieQi stand today as silent monu- ments to our last great real estate Wednesday, hoom. The factories were l in1 ibut thc Prince and Skceoa for dis- the irict, aud Frank H. 3 A tlin district. Captain.J- W. Halherly, of the Al- lan liner. Mongolian, was killed a hatch beam struck Lim at Halifax; Wednesday, whjle inspecting the re- pairs which the .Mongolian was unilet- the market "was weak. Some of them Austria is continuing her work oi running and just naturally J al, aiong tifc ltalian tuckered out. Even Hon. White iVith increased activity. Large Poster couldn't have concoct-1 numbers of troops ami aitilisiy have tariff -wall high enongh to keep i recently arrived at Hiva and fiortisa, ttim paring iflterest on fne maehin-i111141 -lhe Rentier, garrisons have been '.considfirablv rriniorced. And ii.'s noL like as though Tfc'Quldn't lia're bought (he products or those factorlep. "We would, and been! 'proud to do ro. Thick oi vruariag a Leth bridge-mat! e hat nnn spinning j round in a liethiJi'idWnJade auto i th'at woirld rouse any man's sense ot Bat It was noi. to be and now they j KTC ringing the changes, on us with nev one; "Back tp the land." Sounds senwble, too. J. S. Dennis, of thc C.! P. R.. aurted It, we believe, and it j lias teen taken up ail along the line. Tt inore like hard work "more factories I'cr Western Canada." j luit it ROuntlE more like me rear thfug. Wheu we get more inea on the Idr.td I about 50 per cent, than we in I the citltE, and when we get thosc-j men ou tbe land producing- 'or all .they are worth and tickled lo death! because the government is working j overtime spying out new markets, j getting them cheaper farm Imple- meiitu, providing cheaper freJghl-.rateB j and tho best facilities for inin, Uien R. K. may go oul iuto llic Kltel captain. ATTACHE BOY-ED uerman nayel iUaulie In lhe U, S. hsa been consulting with the REDUCTION U PATRIOTISM Back Yards and Vacant Lots THE EMPIRE'S CALL TO FEED YOURSELVES The farmers are responding in their thousands to the coll of the- Empire for greater production. They bare realized that every bushel raised means a bushel more for export to Britain: that this is one way of displaying patriotism. With f-Forable weather, Canada's crops this year will be the greatest in her history; far greater than any of us thought possible a year ago. Wow, to round out the scheme requires equally patriotic action in tie towns and cities. The people of every community, large and small, should make vacant lots and back yards productive by raising their own vegetables and garden.stuff.. Every pound raised, remember, is another 1 pound furnished toward Britain's needs. Send for the Government Bulletin This Department will forward free special bulletin eob'tlad "The Vegetable Garden." The simple instructions are eaay to follow and make success practically certain, eren to those -without ei- perieoce. The best methods of cultivation for the foUowinc vegetables are fully Tomatoes, Onions, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Melons, Watermelons, Cucumbers, Squash, PumpJcfns, Curots, Pwoups, Beets, Turnips, Salsify (or Oyster Radlsb, Peas, Beans, Com, Egg Plant, Peppers, Spinacb, You will enjoy emateur garden- ing, and profit in health and pocket as well. Children are immensely benefited, get a liberal education in the most.practical outdoor amusement away from the street, become the possefaors of rich red blood, strong lungt, alert minds. Identify yourself with the national movement, Be a grower. Send for the bulletin and get your neighbors to do tbe some; every- body will benefit by the friendly rivalry thus started. No stamp is required on your envelope, for your Lettuce, Parsley, Sweet Herbs, coupon is truly. "On His Majeity's Asparagus, Rhubarb. Service." What Local Civic Bodies Can Do Citj and town councils, boards of trade, charitable bodies, women's clubs, horticultural loeieties, civic improTemeot and other organizations working for the common good can accompliih a great deal locally by identifying; themselves with the movement and energe ricaJly it bj erery means at their disposal. U will meu thorough and permanent clean-up without eott to tbe communrty, a partial solution of the unemployed prtUem, tad ihe institution of genuine up-Iift work. Vegetables and flowers'trill make better citizens. Tliis Department has formu- liled a plan telling how the civic organ jut jons raaj be brought together to further this rcrihy and giving suggestions how to launch and carry on the work to a successful is3ue: Write at once for the form of organization mid your community properly started in perform in t its share of "Greater about the amendment that the lion. gen tinman wants. WE hate to look al the whole Bill. Section 2 reads Unless the Canadian Northern Rail- way Company, hereinafter called "The completes and puts iu operation within live years after i OF CANADA f think MT. would liave to insert be- j fore (f) another section making what I have just said apply down as tar as (i) and no farther, and then say thai they may commence within one year and sGznplctc within five years this other railway. That is the proper way to make the legislation. Other- wise H will he very confusing, and it- is not the usual way in which to draft the Hill. Mr. Carvell 1 do not think the hon. member for l.cthhridge (Mr. Buchanan) will have any objection to the suggestion made by the Chairman ol titc Kaihray Committee. The amendment was drawn very hurried- icdly, and I ain batislied that in the way in which it was drawn it would he perfectly clear and intelligible be-! cause il is a rule of construction that J an exception to a general clause al-i ways governs the general clause. It might, however, he better to arrange it as the lion, member [or Lincoln (Mr. Lancaster) suggests that is; Kcction 2 would go down io the end of clause then before (0 make a nciv 3, which would read as follows Inless the Canadian Northern Kail-__________________ way- Company, hereinafter called "thc commences Lo construct From Calgary to Hie confluence of the within one year from the date Little Bow and Belly rivers, thence of and completes and puts in opera- in a southwesterly direction to a I tion within three years aiter the pass- point at or near Lcthhridgc the ing of this Act the following line of powers-of construction conferred railivay which is in course of con- on the company by Parliament shall struction, the powers of construction cease and be. null and void as respects so much of the said line as then re- mains uncompleted. Section amended accordingly, .and, as amended, agreed to. MONEY ORDERS Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convtnient and inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders, payable -without charge at any bank iff Cannda (except in the Yukon Territory) snd in the principal cities of thc United States, ftre issued at the following rates S5 and under 3 cenu Over' 5 and not exceeding SID 6 10 30 30 50 15 REMITTANCES ABROAD by means of our SPECIAL PORBIGN DRAFTS tmi 1IONRT sn Letnbridge T. Brymner, Mgr. the passage n[ this Act-ilie iollowing Issued-nilhont delay at reasonable latu. lines of j With Casb in lhe Bank Yon Can Bny Advantage You know how everything costs more when you have to buy on credit. not practice self-denial For a while if necessary, open a Savings Account in .the .Union Eir.L: of Canada, and 'wilh (lie money In hand, huv at Cash The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will have made 2. good start towards financial independence- 3HASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Manager Canadian Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, Can. No Pojtije Requiritf. PublicitBu Brinch, Canadian Uerartmcnt ol Apiculture, Ottawa, Canidi. Pltaii list me Bulletin utitlid "Tie Veietible Name.. AddrtH Town Ciij ,7 Par- and said conferred upon the company by liament shall cease ami he null void as respects so much of the line as remains uncompleted. And then go ,on to That might he more in accordance with the gen- eral policy oi the drafting of 'the Hill. 1 am salist'ieil that (he Jmn. member (or LoLhbriuge will accept that sug- gestion. Mr. Lancaster Is the hon. gen. tic- man of opinion that we should men- lion here the time within which the l line should he commenced j Mr. Douglas "Ye.s, hecause work has been suspended for two 'or three Lancaster: nut the line been commenced. British Boat Sunk by Wasp HddnoWarning London, -.Alnrcli British Glengarry of Glasgow wna has torjiedoed 3-esterday morning off Ucaciiy T-Ieail by a German submarine, Sir. Buchanan They did some work gare ]10 notice of her intention, in JyiS and prolialjJy some I'A 1913, jn the acramble for the boats one'of hut I am satisfied tliat nothing was_____________. done in l'Jt-1. They did-do some grari-1" ing a short disLaiice out of the of Calgary, but what f want to make sure of is that" they will recommence construcUon. Mr. F.ancastur I submit this am- endment for the approval of thu'C'om- miltee That, secliou 3 terminate at the end of subsection (ci, and that Lhe following bc Inserted as section Unless Ibe company commences io construct within one year and' com- pletes and puts in operation within three years after thc passing of this Act thc unfinished portion south of Calgary oi Hie of railway wMcb the Allwtla Midland Railway panv- (since, amalgamated with the company) was authorized (o build by chapter 45 of Urn staLuks of Alberta for 1109, as set out. iri paragraph Act, namely I "NORMAN Tho NEWEST HID crow was drowned. The others, numbering forty, several of whom re were picked up by a steamer and landed ni iV'eiv Haven. tw Grant, of Orillla, Ont., was found dead inched Thurs- day. D.eaUt was due to licarl failure. THEROYALBANKOFGANADA INCORPORATED I Capital Paid Up Reierve Total Awed COLLECTIONS Having 370 Branches throughout Canirll tnd thl Wen Bnnk possesses unrivalled ftcilitiM for handling collections with economy and acspatcb. LONDON, prrtec, new roHK HIKCtl IIIIICT, fftU LCTHGHIOCE BRANCH: M. AITKIN, ;