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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE FOUB TRK LRTHBRIDGB DAIlt TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1115 She Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, delivered, per ycnr. Dally, by innll. par ycnr... Weekly, ly mall, per year to beola this your. Thu iloruld la ruiriy satisiii'ii iiuiL 'n say "yes'" tlioy will lo pleasantly sur- prlecd tho response. Canada (he ?4.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES; The Idon. tho runners shouhl sol hold of Is nut Unit lliey should uiiroml themselves am! rzilsu nioro acres of grain, but Unit should raise more bushels to (lio norc. It.will menu (he BHiiio in tlio oiiil, (ml I hey will nccotii-i pllsh tho latter with muck grcnier profit- Tlip deatli of Col. K.-uiiuahar will bi jo-r. pi'c.itly n'prclted wllh the Cnuniliuns Edu'nrAl Oiuco Nutine; ills tcrmro of office In the Duki i of household he luul be- W. A. Buchanan John Torrancc jcomc, wllh Canadians. This Managing Director Business (he Gm.emm 1's household tuts beon touched (lip war. PICKED UP IN IASSINGCIZ: FOR THE BUSY MAN THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The fall of I'rzenvysl is the most Important feature iu the latest de- velopments of the campaisu. This onaVn.- the Russians to push for- ward towards Cracow. With the nil- ditionnl forces released from stir- rounding the Gnliclan fortress, lins held out tor over three months, the reduction at Cracow becomes- more feasible. With this city in Bus-j Eiai: hnnds the march through Sllcila i Must specdilr uegin. This will be in conformity with, the Russian program- of two distinct advances towards Ber- lin from the north and from the couth. writing In ths Non York Times, stateo that 26 million rounds of ammunition were used by the Allies in one day at the battle of I ReT_ Patricfe Quian. parish priest at the Mnrne, representing 345 tons of j Richmond, .Que., for half a. ceafury, icopper. H is reasonable, he argues, idled his residence there, 7S. to surmise that the same, If not more] -A new Anglican diocese is to be The Imperial Oil Co. have opened a factory at Port Mcody. The new Pitt Hrter briiJse at ForL Ccqu'llaru. l! open; it cost civic debt now amounts to approlmately eight and a halix million Aa a result of the out break of two cases of dlptlierli, Uie students ot the Regina Normal school are quarantined. Crowds In front of the Cantdlau building following the dedication canmoalaa. It "111 obearrad that thl building Is an Inspiring structure with two HODS guarduif the Torpedoing the British Preference Thats What Laurier Calls it 'A Gennau Sif -.auri'pr had said. "Torpedoing th consequeuces up to the'loreinntmt. The only Liberal who had come wlln- in shelling distance ot the emergency was Sinclair, of Guyaboro, who jusl touched it and got away when be tlmt if the government knew a war was coining its conduct [or the last two years had been comparable to that of iVoro fiddling while Rome lit oft his chest. In fact the Liberals burned. A slap on the wrist, perhapi, Wilfrid were rather-glad .that -lio Premier but it rankled-with Sir Robert. FORD GARAGE Virtue used "by the Gennnns. the normal output of "copper ia Ger- many and Austria as 'being 30.000 'tons annually, he sees a copper tarn- .Dr. Cornwall, ex-reeve of Omemee and a former warden oC Victoria, is dead at tlie age-of S4_ jne ahead for tie allied enemy which j re. _, as eduor of S( Louis Globe-Democrat, is dead. l inevitablj- toll on tie duration of war. PRAISE -FOR MR. FAlRFIELD The Calgap" News-Telegram paya JUie followins well deserved .tribute to ;Jhe-work being done by Superlntend- W. H. Fairfleld of the 'Experimental Farm: "With pacsies in CaJgarr's topen sordeos and'Wl.JL Fftirfleld 'ei- apples and other fruits were estimated at 513.S91.39S, a create .over. 131B. Imprisoaaa with 24 Chinamen at Victoria, James Media tried suicide owing to the odors, he aaio. He was allowed to so. Nicholas Ecker, retired farmer of Fenwick. 70- years of ase, cut hia at Lathbrldge, material eVidalice lilthroat with a razor in a. fit oi des- cruated in British Columbia, that cf! British Preference'at the tiruo Cariboo. ilaud uccrts it most. And that remark got under Pre- mier Gordon's skin. The British Pn tcrence is his'chilblain. He doesn like anybody to step-on it.'Just lo that he shot the, truce to pieces i his concluding remarks on the "budge T T and irora now war. The grea Dr. J. J Kingston, a AJr tnat were let loose b' msr physician, died last night in his j Dreadnaujut debate are tu year. j agajn :ullj niay bg going around soo "-'umbia fisheries for 19H (without a stiich to cover them in support oE the claim that Alberta's already unfoeatabla climate Is improving. Mr.-Fainleld has prov- ed that it is possible to apples. strawberries, raspberries and other small fruits in Alberta pro- the proper planU or treea ara Bet-out- and provided ordinary care Is exercised. He has conducted bis ex- periments without publicity, but the samples he showed at the public lib- rary Friday night indicate that he te on the way to become a rival of Lu- ther Burbank- Mr. FairQeld is .doingi EL most important work for Alberta, and his efforts so far hare crowned Trith. encourajrlue success He is confident that the day it co: Ing when we ihell be growing pnte fUcally all the. fruits tbnc ire produce i in. Central and Eastern Ontario." pondency. He .was a bachelor. Sir Robert took Sir Wilfrid's epi gram as a challenge and proceeded tc rip things open. He did 'it deliberate- ly. ID spite of the heat engendere in him he read his 'peroration am that peroration contained most of th bombshells. It" was carefully type written because he wanted the uiorn ing papers to get it right. It is hi: election manifesto It's just a qui is going to buy a Lrainload of oaU arid wheat in Alberta ier seed in thia vince. Oats are now worth more than ?50 a ton iu Vancouver. The death Is announced at Mel- bourne, Australia, ot Rolf Boldrewood, the .novelist, .-who was born at Lon- don in and whose -real name was Thomas -Alexander Browne. The death at. Colyton. Devon, of Sir rni. tion of June or Ths British government uecause public opinion mustn1" too long a start. The actual hostilities consisted o a remark that Germany would prob- ably have supported the proposals o Sir "Wilfrid Laurier oi two years ago more heaitily than they would th proposals pi the Bordcn government The Premier followed it with a quotation from a Hamburg newspapc which presumably knows as AUSTRALIA AND CANADA In Canada the" government raisei ihe general UruT'Eeveu and oae-hal per jmtsVnp the ban againa British goods by-five points. In Australia the government to pro- dace revenue, raises-the general tap- is, out leaves me British 'preference many hours? Italy evidently remembei'a '68. ufiiia started an aralanche when put vodka out of business. Time to furblsb. up the old reliable Zepps raided Paris on Sunday and ;4lid about the usual damage. The is one. huge frost. Plant your vacant garden tracts ifeariy. The weatherman says the time hand. Frzemysl has fallen. Let's blot the off the map and some nice ,'pronouhcable Russian handle for it. Parliament-may ;prorogue iy Easter. Snows what .can whto they get right busy. r' Alberta may banish the bar After Seven o'clock every evening. Thai tovery erenlng -will fbe Saturdfty eTe If .Kitchener were to threaten to teoiirt martial Boh Rogers ff he springe tan election In Canada during the war, -liether gr not tlley'Wftnt tUe Urmeri George Turner is announced. IJeatn la'uuul Cnnudian politics as .German wag caused by leproay .contracted dur- "newspapers At all events ing research "work to discover a cure i it was a long way to Tipperary, so for the, .disease. speak, hut being determiutd to get Wrapped up in a newspaper dated (tilc tie jump the Premier na- March 10, the body of a newly-born 'utaUr didn't allow tbe lact that the the slde_ editorial was two years old to stand wait at the corner of Front and'Bay m t-he_way. itrecti, Toronto. 'Militia orders Issued from Ottiwa anaounce.that Major. A- C. Gray, for- merly of Hegina, has neen appointed to the "command of the 34th Fort Garry Horae, with yl Lieuten- ant-Colonel. Twelve hundred union painters de- clared a strike at Cincinnati, became ihe Master.Painters' association refue- id to let all glazing work handled hy them be done by union men, and re- fused a-.fivft-ce'nts hour increase In .University students to the number cf 17 from signed on for the Saskatchewan" section of the ilcGfJ company, to form part of a Montreal Tia total number expected to roJunteer The trade Bta'tement for February Biied: by tfie; JHniBter of Customs Ehowe a grand total of Canadian trade amounting to as ag- linst for the corregpond- ng mouth of last year.. Mrisl Rosa Stbley, aged 28, of Wetas- Elwln; .was shot and killed hy Mrs. Washington ..Hawkea, aged 60, accord- ng- to a verdict rendered by a jury in an. investigation. Jealousy is said to iafe been the. cause. Jewels worth hlazoned In :he royal eagles of Spain In the time of Charles V., the most powerful mon- arch .of-the'XVI. lie under guard at. the custom bouse In New York.. you won't let us buy from .Grea1 tain." In other .words, protectio For Pile Sufferers lamTlt Faeiage of at raneui ryrimld File Bamear HOT Offered f ria to Pron -What It TJlUDoforTon. Pyramid Pno emedr fjvec ulclcrellef.itopi tcbiHE. bleadlne or DrotrudtDH EllOi.. tiemorr- olds and ail rec- tal in tbe prlTncr of your own home. druMlsts. AilDRle boxofteiicurei, far triil wltb booklet mailed'.free In plain wrapper, FREE SAMPLE COUPON ll pyramid Jlanhall, Mich, Saw. Street State......... Ail Sir Robert's arguments had up to this poiat. He performed rath- er perfunctorily his task oi defending protection agaiust free trite gospel in which everybody excepl the ultimate consumer, takes only an academic interest. What I mean "to say is that you can't raise many cheers even in the Green Chamber for dusty sentiment about the of living and hfgli wages' to the workingman, of which 'he is subse- quently relieved ,'b.y corresponding prices for the necessities of life. The House takes all that for granted. But when you talk oi a-blow to, the Brit- ish Preference and what bearing.that has on Canadian loyalty, you're get- ting warm. ir Wilfrid Laurier's pronouncement tlie British Preference had given the lead fighting'.. .men. His freer trade followers might: say.what they liked about a tariti which is now three points higher than'that of the United States but it was evident that the chief bone .of. contention was to be the British Preference. The pith of Sir Wilfrid's case was in this sen- tence, "Four years ago you wouldn't let us sell to.the United States, now .t Bri- iou trad us going and coming: Tliat was a dangerous, argument aud it had to be answered even at ol upset- ting the apple cart.' Sir to answer his own way. obviously ahder'advice of counsel, ull approval :bf his colleaguea, who want to get the suspense': oyer as >oon as possible. This answer ol. Sir Robert's was supposed to be. the for- ty-two centimeter siege gun of toe aril battle. Finance Minister White :ncw of it but did" not use. it. The lorrid engine was preserved lor the inal destruction of the truce and WAI officially touched off by the: Premier, far as f remember -the argument, t was that Great Britain a ligger preference' than ever bccuM ihe gets a ag- gregate of imports than did un- ICE the old arrangement, but I. can't he sure of this because the noise, of conflict was deafening. Besides it's mighty hard to prove that you're do- ng England a good turn, by giving ir five per cent, the worst.of it. The outstanding fact was that Sir lobert was championing the manu- aoturers and waving the old nag iu i highly turbulent manner. ".We ihowed where .we were belore. the rar we showed where we were alter the war began and, please God, we'll show where we are again." So spake the Premier, and everybody knew that he waa edging up to the great explosion. When it came it caused no surprise. The opposition toot it philosophically. The Premier would (eel better npw Jiat he ind J dealt tbe fatal blow.. It put' the j -Another point on which tin Pre- mier made himeell ctear to an almost alarming de'grte'wai that he didn't Piotoaa to tike any advice from the Jbnala on the lubjact of the tailfl- SltWilfrld'i complaint that the gor- cninent had not taken him into it! confldeMc on' ita war policy wai tbe MUM ol a ipifited duel bet-weeu Sir Robert aril Sir Willrld, who took the ground that Spotting tarlB wasn't playing the game. Sir Robert replied that'he had told Sic WiKlirt everything .except his fiscal program, which was hie own secret. II Sir Wilfrid bad been" present when tho; ihe last drop out o the tarld he would probably have in- tarlered. At leaat be would hare said it wain't cricket, and Sir Robert knew that. At any rate the govern- ment could hardly invite Sir Wilfrid to overhear them doing it. ,H. F. OADSBY. Mr. J. K.L. TO be born the son of rich run who hac made a far hlnnelf as wide as the country In.wblch he llvea Is about u aevm d handicap u caii Impose. So ttit It wu tkli handicap taat John Kenneth LeveserTKosB began the life of a Tounf man In -Maatnal a few rears ago., Tbe--late -James RoAB, the rather of younf Hoai, na a pioneer of the Canadian In :fact, built'e mbuntAlp sectlone. He waa' conaldered a man'of creAt Ability and farce ot'character even among of a dayVwhen theae qnalltlea.were not rare. .He wu a ble man men. Jaclc'Rosa befan well, .u waa U 1197 Uiat he left McOIII with the rlrht to aftw hla IAIM, But the 'younK. Cotlegf --.aaiTe earlr and ''coBTlnclaff catione c-f hla' Intehtfoos ;-ta: become 'a real man. He want, front McGlll to the car ibo'ps of, Montreal street Railway aaa IHCU' "die In." In a llttle'whllt he was aaalBtaoi to Ocoefal of the Montreal Street Railway; actlpfl'mauurer of Bjnaintaam Tramway Company, .IBm afalaUBt manager pt tbe Centra) Loodw RallirAr- Then be came into coal'inliiea aa-ba Into railways a "coal" man'and It.waa aot.lonf before "Jack" turned up aaiXialBlant Qenernl Manager'of the rumlnlon Oeal Company. Then he becami CeHaisrclal Majiacar of the tame blf Induetry. Now wt find him .aj A rcApitaJkrt" In Tarieai 'rblamaa 'of the who" vjHetr: of hie "naMlal eoaMctlou la a lose comprlgln: amobi manfrothiera; illreeUnailpa of the Dominion Cm- panr, tbe Lake Monklajkii Ltralted. CoU Bt.. Luc Realties, and lMt7but by meaiia leait. of tbe Caaadlan PacWc Rail- way; acd Mr. Tonnint of the C. P: R-dlrectbra. And there li one about theee were not accoroX hlai te hie dlatianileaed fatkar. If "Jaei" Roaa baa a. aea OahlH- BRITAIN'S HERCULEAN TASK .The official. EyeWltneai with the Brltlah Arny..bai latued a warning the auggeBtlon that' the Ger- e A-Dntin hatloa.. He pays are itlll well organized, hare abundant roBourcei, ire fed i-'.iip '.vitb filiusTpiiB, jt'nd..aie atlil confident of ultimata iiiccfta. V'.Np .'Intimation .was needed the magnitude ot the task tliat la before the Jilllei, If there were, tllja mre- ly aupillea Addition, there In also vlyld indl cation th'ai tie area of the war Til spread In the' near future, and that cbuatrlea now anperlenclng. unreal In their will break In on one aide of tbe other. Thie, cf jBDqraav' .aaaajla flfrther froii' asrleultnral and Industrial act- It "alao Indicate! greater ahort- age lo Europe of all klnda of food- Ituffi, grain, y'agetablea and llveitock, ap'd inf.. St. Service METAGAMA (Now) i.Apr. I Grampian...........-...Apr. 16 MISSANAilE (New) ..Apr. 23 For full particulara apply to any Railway or ttaamafclp Agent W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avinua, Winnipeg. DONALDSON LINE after a laiA wtflf'hav! a If H orMllrty eatimen men. a whale of a (iSM Kla.itlt aid aat vkleb i wu Ihe blfgeetifan In 'Canada aarwar. If a i breaker the taaa won him an nonecarr la tlK Clnb CallfornU. the deatb of Jamw'.Roie left the tka weaJtbUat mm la Cantda. It war broke out tbat Mr. Roa' aplcMlId fMandtr waa meat aetably rtoWa. It not Wing poaelble for klat te fi to tka rave tka' csmraon law prlral. daaatlOT at tiro, firtn by Brittah tt Mr. Una (e U tW ka ooill la, w4 did, the Mt heat UkM. Htttt kla irnte Mt" to aiake a CaMdlM aart a icrer plaM lar BrkiaV Catilkn Maa.eree. a'-nrj erulaer, tke 'Tiiaa." the wlfa Ita maeter n oatbraik ot tie nr, Captain Moon's regiment, the 3rd Butt. Lon- don Bigunent, via Joat etattlni (or rummer cunp. Then, like: many oth- er Terrttoriaifl, they tmmedfatfly rauatend Into lerrloe, flrrt Milt> and then In France. iru recently vlalted jwnoililly by Onnerali mii.JoKre. mni thU iturAlly. 'wfti quite vi event.; CaptAin Moon la one vt the direct- on of tie J. Walter Thompeon Advei- Agency, ADd IB In charre of tie firltlih branch of .Out concern. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERGE SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. Branch-'R T. Bryiimer, Mgr ;