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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1916 ..........^bi I;etbbr(bge 1!3eval& Xctbbri&flc, Hlberta CAIUY AND WEEKLY 8ut)ierIptlon Rates: Dally, delivered, per week ..... 10c. CaJly, delivered, per year ......?5.00 Dally, by mall, per year........i'^-^^ Weekly, by mall, per year......Jl-O" Business Editorial telephones Otflce .......... OHlco .......... W. a. Buchanan UanagiQg Director ............. y//...'....... XS24 John Torrance Buiiaess Uknager iwui h.ing and Country.iNoea Ycu Right Now- round the circle of the war New York papers continut� to pub. ll�U Btoriea of Germauy's anxiety to come to some terms of peace. RealU-ing now that n-hat is now conslderea lo be a draw In the great war. might uaally be turned into a gr�at and deciding vlctorj- for the allies by the application of the lull force ot their �ver-lDcreas!ag; strength. Germany la, Rccordlnj: to reports, hasteninK to ^ake offers of jieace. There is no doubt of the fact now ihat the fighting at Verdun has proved the turning point in the war and that the turn has been decidedly against the Qermons. As one French otacer desoribes it, Verdun has been the Gettyaburg of the war, and one may now expect the tide of war to more and more completely overwheJin the !H,un8 until they are forced to make ^ace and at the allies' terms. Having failed at Verdun, the Ger-taiani on the west are attempting a aSw point of attack, namely at Avon-court and in the viclnity- severe. For this 1 was UkinR something or other continually with hut little or no relief. At last a friend handed me a sample package of your Gin puis. The contents of this sample gave me relief that I had not experienced in a long time. Since then I have been taking Gin Pills occasionally and have had no return of my former trouble, (jj^^e on request). The above letter is from a popular and well-known commercial man in Victoria. Gin rills are 60c. a box or aix boxes tor J8.M at all Urusgists. Sample �ent 'ree It requested. National DrusT & Cliemical Co, of Canada. Limited, Toronto. he goes to france Montreal, March 21.-The Gazette correspondent in London cabled last night: r)ICKED UP IN ASSINGIZZZII Ton THE BUSY MAN lllllll The Chicago Medical Society baa suspended Dr. llnlsoldon. who refused to operate on (ho Uollliiger baby. A now Toronto university company will bo lucruitod, with Prof, A. H. Needier as oaplaUi in coinnumd. Victor Dubreull, fair wage ofilcor ot the federal labor department, died suddenly at Ottawa. David Mason, farmer, ot SuUlvnii's Corners, ,Vew Toronto, was strlirken in his sleigh and died in a Toronto police station. T. P. O'Connor at a St. Patrick's day celebration of the Irish Nationalists said 250.000 Irishmen had Joined the army. ' An agreement has been reached tor the To-onto, Niagara & Western railway to enter Toronto over the C.N.11. North Toronto right ot way, using only steam as motive power. One ot the old landmarks ot Grafton has been removed in the destruction by fire of the Cnmoron liomcsteiid, one ot the oldest resldencoH In the village. Miss Ida Moreou �kated into a hole In the ice on the St. Lawrence river at Longueull and was saved from drowning by tour friends forming a human chain. The resignation of Venerable Archdeacon Dr. W. A. Young as secretary-treasurer of the Anglican diocese of Huron was presented at a mooting of the synod executive at Loudon. Major Hamilton Gault, D.S.O. of the Princess Patricias, whose application for a divorce has been refused by the Senate, has instituted proceedings before the Montreal courts seeking to obtain a separation. Pte. Douglas Waugii, son ot .Mayor Variety of Uses The uses to which LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE can be put are innumerable. At Luncheon, Dinner or Supper, it is the ideal sauce for Roast Meatt, Fish, Game, Cheese, Salad, etc. In (he Kitchen it is indispensable to the cook for flavoring Soups, Stews, Gravies, Minced Meat, Baked Beans, etc.. In Intiia. a favovuitc "Pick-me-up" is Lea 5c I?eriins' Sauce willi Soda-water. 0 The Original and Genuine WORCESTERSHIRE. fire equipment statistics Kor the third successive year Fireman's Herald, of New York, has taiten a census ot the fire apparatus and hose In service In American and Canadian fire dopartnionts, also of the possible purchases during 1910. This year's enumeration includes the cities of 7000 population and over. Of these cities the Hre chiefs of G70 have re-sponded to resiuests for Information In last year's enumeration the statls. tics for 500 cities wero presented, so that this year kn increase of more than 30 per cent, in the number of cltl(>s reporting has been obtained. The rapid elimination of the horse-drawn apparatus from thn service Is strikingly shown by a comparison between this year's census and that ol 1914. In that year 315 cities wore represented, with 7059 fire velilcles pulled by Dobbin. This year more than twice that number of departments, Including the original 315, are entered, and yet the number of horse-drawn pieces of apparatus In service raE"GilSGflRtT8"IF HEADACHY, eiLIOUS m mmm best for liver and bowels, bad breath, bad colds, sour stomach. Waugh, of Winnipeg, who was aorious- anil reserve Is less by over 1000. not 80 small that we will scrap our own systems In order to pour our j money into the treasury of a company Sherman, "of lilinols, today lntrodu~ced France as chaplain, whose payroll In Lethbrldge doesn't a resolution to authorize and direct ; senior chaplain of the Canadilin forces amount to a hill ot beans. Patriotic the president at once to call for 50,000 ^ in England has been taken by the citizens will continue to burn electricity tor lighting purposes. ly wounded at the .battle ot Festubert will sail from England for Canada on April 24th. Patrick Doyle, agefl eighty, of 01-terville, was sent to the Pasteur Institute. Toronto, for treatment for severe biles about the face and hands which he received from his dog. The French minister of war has announced that French soldiers taken prisoners by the enemy and who have subsequently escaped shall be recompensed In the largest measure possible for their courage and attachment to their country. The Cunard line has bought the following five ships: The Anglo-Callforn-ian, renamed Vandalla; Anglo-Bollv-lan, renamed Vinovia; Den o( Airiie, ! renamed Valeria; Den of Ogil, renamed Valodia. and the Lucerlc, renamed Valaeia. Major K. Norman Lewis, M. P., la the latest member of the federal house to annear in khaki. The new major The tabulation for this year shows that in these 670 cities there are 9:295 pieces of apparatus of all sorts in service and reserve. The total for horse-drawn equipment is 5869, while there are .1120 automobiles. A heavy deduction must be made from the horse-drawn vehicles to iirovide for the large number that are nominally held in reserve, but are In reality carried on fire department books because It is not easy to find purchasers at fair prices. Of the horse-drawn pieces, aleam fire engines continue to be far ahead of ah others, numbering 175.S, which total includes a consldBral)le number that will in all likelihood never again work at a fire. Combination wagons and hose carriers number 2)e">; aerial and service trucks and water towers total 945, and there are 1003 other horse-drawn pieces of all classes. As lias been the case with the previous tabulations made by l^reman's Herald, the serviceable combination chemical and hose car again leads the motor apparatus with a total of 1012. Wiat appeared to be hesitation in (Jet a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a cold-always trace this to torpid liver; delaye|aB,for Lptljbrtdge. f Now �om^'a gM (omptwy, and political patronage cause of many evils Apropos of the resolution passed at the recent meeting of the Board of Trade In which the powers that be are urged to remove the civil' service from party patronage, the following editorial comment from the Saskatoon Star, under the caption "The Man and tho Syetem," is interesting: Now that the first shock of the disclosures of fraud and corruption in one ot the departments of the government, and of strong suspicion ot grave Irregularities on the part of certain members ot tho legislature and department ofGciais has passed away, the people of Saskatcliewaa must set themselves to solve the problem: "What are the fundamental causes that led to the evolution of such a corrupt system and what radical changes must ue brought about If public life Is to be purified?" It is a sad reflection oa our system of government in the Dominion that the recent exposures are not isolated instances of public immorality. The universality ot this low standard of political morals causeE many people to look with less horror and surpriee at the recent revelations, Thla taint of corruption Indeed seems to be ingrained In Canadian political life and neither party is free from its corroding influence. It would seem that gjraft and corruption are Indivisible appendages of the system through which tho government of the people is carried on. From east to west, from the Atlantic to the Pacific there have been dls-ciOBures at various periods within recent years that Indicate a low standard amonjg those chosen to represent the people In the framing ot the laws and in the executive functions of gov-ernment. Men of apparent Integrity, who are held In high esteem In their private life and in the ordinary transactions of commerce, have displayed a moral obtuseness in the handling ot public moneys that 1). Is Imposaible to co-ordinate \vll>^ tlieic cods ut ROLL OF HONOR Several thousand officers and employees of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company enlisted for active military duty with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces, and the ma.iority of them are now in Europe, bravely battling for Canada and the Empire. As particulars of Army Reservists are not available, these lists of those who have given up their lives for their country or been wounded in action are necessarily incomplete, and do not therefore indicate fully the extent to which the Company's officers and employees have participated in the great struggle. NAMB Ackerley, Percy Allen, Charles T. Blackett, William C, Stenographer IN COMPANY'S SERVICE As At Clerk Angus Freight Checker Quebec Buchan, John Carr, Frederick Clent, George Clough, B. Q. Putamlngs, John Daniels, F. W. Deblols, Joseph Duff, John Gay, AUbrey H. Geddes, Percy M. Gllthero, John H. Goulet, Emmanuel Henry, William Hodge, Robert 3. Johnson. Lacey A. I-*cey, Richard Loco. Fireman Apprentice Shed Clerk Elevator Boy Painter Chief Clerk Loco. Bnglneer Fitter Loco. Engineer Walter Cabinetmaker Helper Porter Hostler Draughtsman Watchman Laure'ncB, Benjamin Constable Marr, Henry B. Clerk Wetherall, Percy Trainman Vlddleton. Jamea Loco. Fireman O'C'onnell, W, Clerk Pratt, Richard B. Freight Porlsr Pushle, William J. Loco. Engineer Robertson, Oliver Helper Saxelby, Walter Shaw, Francis W. I Skinner, Sidney E. ,___,_________ Sutherland, Benjamin Loco. Engineer Byder, James Clerk Montreal MacLeod Ogden Reglna Vancouver Winnipeg Revelstoke Quebec Ogden Calgary Montreal Ane;u8 Qtdbec Pt. McNlcoU Winnipeg Angus Frederlcton Fort William Keewatln Brit Col. Dir. Medicine Hat Toronto Medicine Hat Medicine Hat Angus Thomas, George \V. Wheelhouse, C. Wood, Herbert Ass't. Accontant Fort William Stenographer Montreal Baggage OheckorWlnnlpeg Kenora Montreal Brakeraan MacLeod Helper Qlen Yard Template maker Angus NATURE OF CASUALTY Wounded Wounded Killed In action Killed In action Suffering Irom shock Killed in action Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Died of.wounds Wounded Believed drowned Woundedand prisoner Wounded Killed dn action Died of wounds Died of wounds Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded Killed in action Wounded Wounded Killed Killed In action Wounded Woundeal. February XStb, tM (M�t No. I), The sealing steamers off tho northeast coast of Newfoundland have kil-ed nearly 50,000 seals. Oft the mouth of Notre Dame Bay, supposed to be the southern extremity of tho main herd six to eight siilps in operation had taken 47,000 seals. The Hon. P. E. Leblanc, lieutenant-governor of tho province of Quebec, has been created a knight of the Order of St. John, of JcrUHalem, by Ills Majesty King Goorge, His Royal Highness, the Duke of ("ounaught transmitted the Insignia of the order to the Hon. Mr. Leblanc. Dr. A, L. Clai'k, profcBsor ot physics in Queen's school of mining, Kingston, left tor Holland, where he will spend the next thra months with Prof Kamerling-OiijicsH, of Loldon uiilvor-slty, In research work. This Dutch scientist throe years ago won the Nobel prize for tho liquifying ot helium, tho last of tho gases to be liquified. Owing to tho hlnh rate ot exchange on ^ew York, the post ofllco deinirt-ment has renewed the reatrlctloii under which postal notes for romiltanco to the United Slates' may bo sold to an amount of no more than five dollatv to one person in one day. Larger amouiilB raual be sent by money order upon which the rate lo the United States has been raised to equal that, on orders to the United Kingdom. The senate created a precedent In divorce logialatfon by granting annulment of the marriage ot Mabel Mills, ot Toronto, to her husband, Edward B. Mills, on tho ground of non-conaum-matlon of tho marriage. Hitherto the only ground considered by the souate as Gufllclent for tho granting of divorce has been the ground ot adultery. The senato grunted the dlvorco In question and admitted the conetliu-tlonallty of tlie plea submitted liy tho counsel for tho petitioner. cardinal mercier is now sure of victory Berlin, March 21,-Gorman authorities In Brussels have arrested a printer and four employees who printed the. pastoral letter Issued by Cardinal Mercler, on his return recently from Rome, In the pastoral letter dealing with political topics of the hour. Cardinal Mercler said that, while at one time he doubted the prospects of final victory, his faith has been restored avi a reault of his conversations with North Americans and South Araerl oana, who had Inspired hlAi with unshakable conOdenctt In Belgium's vlo-tpry. chemical engine and hose car seems to have disappeared as there are 385 ot these registered, as against 2.90 straight automobile piim.ning engines. Ladder trucks and water towers number 3111; tractorized pieces 573, and all other fire automobiles, most of them chiefs' cars, total 8S3.' Tho fate that has befallen horse-drawn apparatus in the lire service is again shown hy this year's census of possible purchases. Of the automobiles, 808 are listed, while of the horse-drawn tho total stands at 7. When it is considered that for obvious reasons the enumeration of possible rurcliasfiE Is not and cannot be anywhere near complete so far ns motor apiiaratua 15 concerned, while tho de-. artments th.T,t a^e condemned to lior.ieij vfihitilos arc not likely to in-croasp their purchases. It Is plain that in a >cnr or two future purchases will i!ot mention., the horse at all. Of the -additions to be made this year, chpiilcal and lioso cars are again to the Tore with 213. Pumping onpines number S7; triple combina-tlonw, 7G; hoso car.s, 31; chenilcala, II; aerial and son'lce trucks anil water towers, 112; tractons, MO; other automohlles, 105. Ah! What rel'lef!'Your'clogged'nos> trlls open right up, the air passages ot .vour head are clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, mucous discharge, headache, dryness-no struggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrh is gone. Don't stay stuffed up! Qet a small bottle ot Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little ot this fragrant, antiseptic , cream In your nostrils, lot it penetrate through every air passage of the head; soothe I and heal the swollen, inflamed muc-; ous membrane, giving you Instant relief. Ely's Cream Balm la Just what every cold and catarrh sufferer lias been seeking. It's just splendid. J. D. Higlnhotham & Co.. Ltd., drugglsta -Advertisement. - ...... ' � ' -1 gray hair becomes DARK, THICK, QL088Y SHIP not warned Syracuse, If