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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Foun THE I, ETHBRIDfiE DA1LT BBRALD MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915 fcetfobnbge letbbribge, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, dellvorei. per by mail, per NVeekly. by mail, per yvur..... TELEPHONE'S: Buslnrss OIllcp Ofllco W. A. Buchanan lauaelDf Director John Tornnce Knsiaess Aluuas ]9H (More Ihc wnr, nollco) (Ills I'hRi'Su imd'risen to In llio fiscal your -March, 11111, the post olllco dopurlniont coV loclcd and siicril For tho year March .U'U, tho lioat (ifllce rollivtiHl Sll'.KiJ.MQ nud I'roIHs had ihvlll- jdJpd trout over a million fo w paltry Doa'l iiluuic it on tho traf- cel post either, for that system was liinusunitod only In Fobninry 1314. Inspection of slenmboals cost ?1S in and f'jS.'tM in li'l-i, though Uii.' revenue derived tbereirom wns less in Hi-.1 liiuor year than in UU1. in 1SU1 lull incjYiistM to in IVj-l. Collodion of customs in 11MI coat to collect 571.S3S.OOO ivi venues, bill in HIM (t cost fl'.S-ls'.OflOj That is, the cost in ,ihivc administer (lit? depRruneut rose from col- jlecfion on ;i Oirep per cejit. basis io J224 THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Tho.close of eiflit calendar laomlisllo collect 51H4.6Sl.OQO. of the war last licginnlug ot tho uiirly-tlili'.l the opening oi lias Iieen t-.......-, Uie seconit phase of the campaign. jcollPction. on .0 [our uer cent, liasia. This initialed liy the successful! H cost lo look after our offensive o( llic Allies at Neuv Cliaj-llndlacs In 1911. but in 1911 it cost pclle, and marks ifee ilevrtoraiem don't believe there mucli activity after the iisse bsules ivhicli iiavc occupied the h'.si Tew jnonUis. In I'olunii the Gel-man campaign against Warsaw bas evidently peter- ed out, aad Uie liussians are once more making advances westward. Present Interest centres in Uie Dar- PRIVATE BOMBPROOF DUGOUT OX BRITISH EAST COAST danelles where, in spite of disasters to ships, Jiappilr with no great loss ot lite, it we except that of r.aarly all the cnnt- of the Bouvet, Ihe fleet is slicklns to its task. The Rus- j were very many more luilinns and we can'i sec M-lie re the worth of 'extrr1. aUeniiou has producoJ slurtlin i results. j Ami so on air down thn line. If I similar linnnclal :tdininistralion were ipracUsed iu our oiiics in the face of jfalliug revenue we would lire the city jcomiclls on a inoTuent's notice. But because we do not appear to "be so directly interested, we let 'er slide, and let Hon. Mr. White tell us that ihe is paying for the mismanagement 'of the Liberals, Let him try ?ome- that strain merely serves to rivet our attention on the fact that the govern- jment has created new jobs in Elan Black Sea fleet Is reportej to be j Hearing the Boiphorus. TbiE, Uioush not of great strength, in comparison the ships the British -j 1.1 ui- uss ut.caiuu French, .111 ne ot considerable ser- Tice. As additions to ibis fleet Rus-.....________________ sis has building, or completing, three battleships of the Dreadnought class. Two were -laid down in July 1912. und one in. September of the same year. 2t is not probable that these are yet completed. The available Black Sea fleet IB made up of the following units of eight battleships: Svjaioi ET.'SS- tnfi and loann Izlatoust, laid down 190G, with four 12 inch suns, four S PICKED UP Zl :fOR THE U S V Every Man Should Be a Grower Alter the -German raid; on the English coast many residents in the locality bombarded havo constructed bomb- proof dugouts for protection should the mid be repeated comfortable inside. Tha one shown is Dtted with electricity and is quite Tom White's Hard Boiled Ego and How it Affected the Budget Tom White's Hard Doiled Ego was the feature of thw budget debate. It overlaid everything, so to speak. Ao i that prepared tie war for the French I revolution. If it wasn't Louis the Fifteenth's it was Louis the Four- any rate, it was one-of t the country is going to speml thiee j those bow-legged chaps that tmndrert miJlioa dollars this year the Finance Minister's yolk is not and his burden is not light. easy Tom had two bites at the-budget- one when he brought the other when he deirnded it. "The first time name toe furniture after. It was Berkeley's "1 think therefore I am" that balled up philosophy. Brutus stabbed Julius Caesar Tor, far less than Tom White did. Up .to the tirrio Caesar cross the Is 'to __, _______________ The boiler in C. T. White ar.d Son's the blame .but .the second time he inch and twelve 6 inch; Panieleimon, {mill af West Hiver, near j sopped up all tie glory lor himseli. h' N- B.. blew up, killius Edgar P. the interval he had had time to and woSndins ilur oliier work- reflect that ta was tie active thinker mir inch and six G i Rostislav, 199G, four 10 inch, eight G inch; Svyatitelya, 1393, four .12 inch, eight 6 Inch and lour 4.7 inch; Poby- edonoscts, 1S93; Sinop, 1887, sis 12 Inch and seven fi inch. Cruisers Pamyst, Jlerkuriz 1903 and Kagul 1902, twelve G inch. In addition there are twenty or more destroyers, a lew torpedo fooats. not modern, nine- or eleven submarines, and nine auxiliary cruisers. The two first named battle- ships are the largest, .displacing 12.- 733 tons, while tie cmisera displace tons. Kot, a near Weyhurc, polish East., from suicide by, neighbors, who cut the.rope -when, he was hanging.. Al- though he is.suffering from stangula- THE SHEEPMEN'S PROBLEM reports at the Wool Grow- ers Convention here last Friday it is evident that someone acted hastily in shutting off the sheepmen from sum- mer range in the forest reserves of Southern Alberta. The sheepmen claim that they have 'been convicted on the charge of .haying allowed bands trail- ed to the resecres last summer to commit depredations without being heard. Probably there could be something this Tact stands unless the training.: ait '.Prince uigmen, .one. of whom may die. of he allowed his to sharujsay, up to the time he changed his had related his moving, ad- ventures by Hood anri field, in the third person. Search the Commentar- ies or the Bcllum .Britannicum Irom cover to cover and you won't find one that Caesar allots to himseH. Litre of the Bcrdsn .government and the only orator, outside oi Sir George grain eichangc, who had i been charged with fraud in connection with elevator receipts, was cleared of all" charges before Judge Macdonald. The members 01 tbe London fire brigade have made a demand for higher wages, failing which they will ask .for arbitration or hand in notice of their intention to stop .work March 24. v It is stated on excellent authority Foster' under a Xenophon and other Trappist vow to" remain silent until he aiwavs marches in the rear ol hii the Liberal majority in the Senate j narrative, tf'ut after Caesar-'crossed liae been wiped out. That bemg t.he, the Rubicon without getting his feet case Tom has to do most o! the, wet fae probably began to refer tc-it talking arid, the laborer being worthy as "mj, Rubicon" ana. Republic" of his-hire, hc naturally grabs what-'and so got in wroQg with-the other ever laurel wreaths are coming. It, members o[ tlie who dees not often fall to a man: to be sojivere cooking up tbe'coDspirac-y. The iull of hiinseli so long after he has I records eecm lo show that Caesar ac- ]cft college. Ituallr said "1" only' three _______ _______j was obliged to find the money, vidi, evidently that' in London, that a number oi saw my way through then as I Mvas two j's too the boys men who were cauglil laying mines ia :sec it now." "How do I raise my certainly bumped hinTon the. Ides of Irish waters .were tried by court-roar- "I have not chanRSd tial and shot. They were in the o'f the German Government. nar- "I have not chmRed my (March. It has of bookkeeping." "I inheritr- {ion De those lEgacics." "I always finish .thc igacics." "J always nmsn .thc Blact .Hand: _.. settler living j haTe Iet him was rescued been my opia- the would minutes by. tee after i and molf but iV distributes that I lost count. It- reminded me oi tne responsibility, as It' gaesar ths Oddfellow's lodge, that big I star- noglected this "ordihaty' "precaution me from every sentence.- The i with tne result tng. Committee puts it, at the time when England needed it .most for stamp taxes and dearer postage anri a number of otli- pcr things with which the public will be increasingly familiar. said one, "you've simply got lo say something. "Tom White's 'said a lob but lie's left about twice 'as much unsaid. Ilis I's can't lie everywhere, you know. It's up to you to explain the inalienable right of a few hundred manufacturers to keep tight million people marking time. Tell the public tbat the less they have the more they are. Tell them they're men with duties to discharge, not money-bags to be drawn tight when the country calls. Tell them anything you like, but tell them something, and tell them quick or they'll thiuk you're not with us." "I agree wiih you, my said Sir George with a wan smile, but I can't see I to I with Tom then throat arid found dead in bis beflibom. rdon-Eric aSertUool Da batt-alion in" AlberL. Sask., of the south suicids He was -South.-African veteran and had _ that Dr. .Veely, to the summer ranges for at least a psrt of Socks the sheep indus; try instead-.of growing win, dwindle to nothing. Conditions in Sou- thern Alberta are not so different from those In Montana where there are .millions of sheep where we have hundreds ot thousands that gome ad- justment could not be made along''tie in vogue in the border state. Oiu1 sheep industry is altogether too important to -be given a 'black eye by the hasty action of a few Individuals. Someone in aat'aority should get busy without further delay and straighten out the tangle. would be five hi two I's for the and a half I's a minuii did liny thing like it.. Cii been decbrated with a Queen's me'dal and leaves a widow anrf.'iserera? children. Hon. Doherty gave notice that he made at this session ior.'ttip appointment of an ad- ditional county court judee lor Brit- ish Columbia ..and -three" additional ami >ycuai( county court, judges for Saskatche- :Henr5r UIay- and -jimmy Simpsc 5a y m eacL-case other modest lellows. :oo of a.; pronquD was ng all tlie other .birdsi out pf the The Firlding. rir H tt Bufc Tom original Whole two 1 he .had survived Tonvahd no-? 5 about- it. The other membcre of the didn't them l look. anJ Webster and l 'Bon and i What i'om speech horn 7 he replied. that gpecn goggles would modi. did you think1 pi.', .the I asked "one :'oi minis- White." "Loot Jiero, said another colleague, "didn't you ever read that the I is the window of tho soul 1 Yes Well, do you believe in Tom White occupying all the tt't'll that rather caught the -Minis- ter of Trade and Commerce. Up to that time .lie .had resisted prayers, 'threats and entreaties, desiring Lo see Tom White get in it up to.his I's, so Lo speak, but when it was pointed.out io him that Tom was getting all the newspaper notice's he waked up to the danger. "I'll he said, "but it'll lave to be Friday. I hare a mothers' necting in Chicago next Monday night and I can't put, it off.. See If "'arroll will let me break in for on our on his speech and let him finish afterwards." Carroll .was agreeable and the -louse was looking forward to a great treat, M'licii it occurred to some con- titutional authority, not as [ond of Sir George's speeches as Sir George is himself, to ask Speaker Sproule if it -could he done. Now, whether Speaker Sproule resents being muz zled hy ths duties of his office whether he would like to sec certain cabinet ministers choked off tlte same way I don't know, but he surprised everybody by refusing. "1 have looked up all the said the. Speaker, "anil there isn't one of them that permits .anything so unparliamentary as faulting in on another man's .speech. I don't care il he is a entitled to have his say put. Fo.stcr'll have to wail. But Foster did wait, and that ex- plains partly why he came to Tom White's rescue. The Opposition cer- tainly blasted Tom's blooinm' I's. Ope suggested that he dot: them an- lu tliu preuenl war, tlio Htny-nt' homes, to whoni, lifter nil, Llio duty of keeping Ino nion (it hi; front, havy.u srowt oiiporlunlty tu additional help to Uiu Eiuplro In the UiHk'lt hue evor im ilBrtakcn. Kui'lhcrmore. .in addlug to llio atronglb und I'ltucya of- Llio Lbor-eaii' tlionB'clven boillly, munlHlly and I'ltiunelu'ily. Mow'.' Lei every nisiu bo a u.moro cpnuiucr, out an uclutil coiitnljutor'to .tlifi country's wealth lii BrUtiln nocrte nud will need every ounce wo can snara o[ ulj kliuln of "codstuffs and liens t. Vt-se- .you can (trow on your own Idle waited lund, will aavo you pur- cluitilng for your, own use, und at tlio same tlmo release Juut thai much nioro tor- o.vpori lo" JJritiiiJi. Uoyd "silver, .bullet1; that is goliie La tell .so heavily In this slrugclc oi riicoa, Is not-n'more powerful weapon In Urltnlu's'handH tlinii Llic liioxliauBtl- ble jirtdiicing power of our Empire. In- uxhauBUble. that in If projierly ntlllzud hern Is .where the average clti- ztn .comes in. A (iftinpaliii) "among clio farmers from i ihe Atlantic to Ihe 1'iiolilc throughout! the riongth nud hrcadth of Cunuda Jiua nrouscd ii 'linlversul -doferuitnalioii to liu'e more unti more, ilm It of which will be thousands and I thouands of Lena of food and loader I atJxt'tuH over, and; above what would liavu been produced had no iminilse j lieou irlveji to the movement for great- er production. All of which is well mid good. !o briny the matter to your very door. You can sluire in this truly patriotic work' by putting that plot of. laud about your Louse to some use. it Is THE ONLY CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Is flCMidy Mafc FrM. AVON, ONT., MAY i4tb. 1913. "I lure used "Frult-i-1ivM" for Indigestion and ConiUpttioa witk excellent and they conti- nue to be my only tneJf.'fnc, When I first started about six to UM them, I took four it a put diully reduced the dose to one tibtet, at night. Before taking I look AQitjiam) other pills but IrcuLtueiit. wni too, hirih, I Uiouffht I might us well suffer from the ill new H.I from these treatiacuU. Finilly, I saw Fruit-a.-tivus" ndvp.-Used with a letter in which some one recommended them very highly, I tried them, and I liave no lieaitatlaii In recommending Ilicm." ANNIE E. CORDETT. 5oc. a box, 6 for trial SIM, ajc- At nil dealers or sent on, receipt of price br I'ruil-a-livM Limited; OtUwa- WHERE FIGHTING IS FIERCEST iig how. much wholesome food can be rnfse'd on ;i small piece o and; .more surprising still ia the LeaUhCulncs'ahd real enjoyment that comes from the doing of it. Elsewhere In tliia Issue is an ad- Issued by tlie department of. Agriculture, "Ottawa, .dealing -wlili he importance of every man making troductlve what land hc owns or oc- :upies. The special booklet offered >y the departraeal Is a well-written, Liilhorltatlvo guide for the gardener, .mateuv or experienced. It coals notb- ng whatever not even a stamp for 'our requet; Every man in Canada hould have- this book, -and put it .ulcUly to practical use. The coat of seert sufficient to raise egetablcs for a family of five persons summer and fall, with a generous urplue for pickling, preserving and down for winter, may be plac- d at leas than two dollars. The tools ro elmple and incsrpensJve. UTiat, lieu, Etandi In the way? Nothing but our own inerUn, and that, you can ulckly Bunnount. Fill in and mall hat coupon before you .sleep this iglit. Better atJ'Jl, do it right now? Basil Booths-aged 1C, ol UxbridRC, I tnt., was. accideatally- shot and kill- j y his chum while -hunting. I Liue ol' batUe from Arras to the sea. INDOORS a ftnnc coBititvtiM u in nerreu por ud repeated SCOTTS EMULSfON ta helfhff tbouuids every day; oil-food enrichet the blood, aldi the it ttnic free from Lunful THE GERMAJN' RETIREMENT EROM NIEMEN August Uigot, aged 61, and anoth- the map. Not nne of- them comes! "At least.'tht SO-years i-vithio flft? ..per cent. of. Tom's "aver-: late to himsell.'; old, while ;clearlmg io St. GuneeondC'-chuch, Monlreal, were .did not re- uer cent ol Tom's aver-'iaie mmsEn.--.jivjiich-'gbes tp.-show jlhat Tom has rivals. to Tom White's appearance: on One rival, I ahould say, Sir WHO'S EXTRAVAGANT There is a rery evideDt tendency on the part of Canadian journals la- rorahle to the government at Ottawa) to accept Hon. "W. T. White's sta. e i ment tJiat moEt oE his troubles a; 1 finance minister are due to the i management of the Laurier govern- ment winch, he said, had nm a career ot unbridled extravagance, etc., etc. Now if the mayors of tlie cities in those journals are located were! to make.the same excuse for. running 5p the .bills in these times, those papers wourd or. not thef were the administration in their various citier they .would .demand .that a halt be called and. ecocomy nractieed. .But do you ever hear them demand- ing of the government to do likewise? Not very much! Mr TV lute's, refrain It until they Uibik they as a little digging among musty flies would shqv tliem UIQ error of their The public Accounts show tliat ser- vices chargeable lo revenue were fcr the fiscal year ending 1'Jll, In the year ending March jght largely on .that ground.! began to po There was a famous meeting in SIasT dreds Sic George..was.' sey Hall, at 'which Sir "mute and let Tarn; stewf-.itf" Charles was cannonaded with I's i gravy. Kather E'to sit his'- ojxn to 'the i ijiiancs icbiieu LU niii weii-uaiiieu ici-'gqiien, liui nis JOD wall jsure. Hut some excuse fonhc would take great, (Sir Charles, he was an old man, lull j ting tight for another sessii of years and honors, he had stood be- i he watched young' TohV ;DUKE OF ABRUZZI alikn Admiral who is in command of the Italian squadron which has sail- ed from Italy through llic ranean, presumably on way to Bar- lellea. from Ihe galleries. But, he was a. young whipper-snapper speak; Sir brate old hattler, was Sir Charles, I George would absent hiinseli from' the ind he delivered his speech to the: House ol Comniohs'for'long-periods .reporters WHO got all the I's ia thafc'at a time. Ilarlter 'tJiah. raise, a voice 1 Ihc audience had refused" lq bear. It, to help him be -would travel in rc- didn't do -Sir Charles much good be- mote parts oi the world where -he be: cause it extended.his fame as a wield- came known as the cr of riie pronouu and wherever he; Wind, his position as Minister of went alter that it swas: there to raoet his.justly liin. On being put to the vote1 the .celebrated cintjucnce lending .poipt to ll's did not have it. OH. the contrary j the jest. Hc would retqrn at long, i llie noes carried the day and Sir i intervals, to fiad liimselr almost, for- i Charles retired to his well-earned Ici-j gotten, but his job and isibn, "While young -Torn "open-.his fore kings ;nrd had dined off solid gold I mouth and put his foot'.jn When [plates with the Emperor of Austria.jit got too strong he would In short he hail soniutliing behind his pack his valise, ,itart.'pfl pri; another [I's, sonielliing to make his I's blaze, world-quest, and'slay away ..until he something to .dazzle the T's of the thought Tom was .raiting; Iq public. HIJ had heeji collectjjjg I's for! this way Sir Gcptgc his a long time, good I's moslly" not a j country since September, ;iOH'; .with j glass one in the whole lot, and he; the maximum of.erijoym'en'i and the justly proud'or them. Dut Tom minimum of "inconvenience, But. the travelling '''Has. not been good in Europe this year. Sir (jeorgd might hc in danger ot railing a trench or some other nib .'not .of his own digging, so he to-. re-1 main at horno and' Tom. What's worse, hc sure from a timid goviiriiinenCVtb get 1 White is a young man yet, only three jjcars and a half on the job.and why iliis I's should Hash at the sight ot a j current deficit of nobody The Hard Itoiled from which the Minister suffers has been a fatal thing in history. It was Cain a ego ihat him into trouble up and say n word (or- a tarifT that' Abel. It was Saul's gave David his chance. It was the Fifteenth's "I the SUU" i Deference' twficjSS; ifiaps it on Jiarricst Uie people arc poorest where their baleful ..glare. A third, quoted Christina the peacock with a hundred I's" and so on down, the line. Everybody had hisy bit of josh and Tom doesn't; take joshing well. If you say to him for instance. "The night has I's have it he will fed like knocking your block off. And as if that wasn't enough they went at him in another direction. They rang the changes on the prodi- gal son and the fatted calF or the fatted son acid tlie prodigal, calf and .things like that. The best .they would give Tom was second.Prize as prodi- gal "son because tfie other they argued, had the "decency to fro "into a far .he prodigal, and didn't do it at His's expense. You Lake it from me that a Finance Minister who has to lor has no cinch ,li. F. GADSBY. Calgary, March in the C. JJ. ft. telegraph service Li the were announced today as fol- lows n. N. Young, superintendent of A1- licrLa division, hecomcH superintendent at Vancouver, vice J.. filchard- to Moose Jaw to be of the Saskatchewan 'division. D. superintendent' ,pf the Saskatchewan division, comrs to Calgary ns of the.A1- The German enny lias retired 25 .miles from the NIemen anrt la lighting near Suwalki and Tliey are seeking to KolDO, tllawa.'and Drobin. Tie changes in ttia battle the Ipat month ndicited. This label on Roofing insures service CertaifiJmd inf It Roof. excel- haw buHt op the bifiett roofnic btadiag milb bi tho k Tiy mom pngMi Buy materials that last Certain-teed e Roof ing Sjwr, Roofing Mcmtfactariar Cbnpuir WMl loaf., ttun ve _l__' ;