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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETBBRIDGE BAULT WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24. 1915 letbbriOQc, Hlbcita AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: bally, delivered, per year..... DiHy, by mall, per S.OO Weekly, by per 1-00 TELEPHONES: Business Ollica Editorial Ofllco W. A. Buchanan John Torrancc iJanaglujj Directcr riusluoss Mauasc-r THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The fall of Praemysl is not only ftiotcwtmhy from [lie auvaniage there- gnitiecl .by the iiussmus. Tlie Idl- est wiUi li'.o number ot pris- oners 1 alien with nml oilier oflirors. lo tloso on inon, shows ilio imporiar.ce of ilio. Tlie surrvadtT of aucli j body of inon cvideiK-us ilio smv I Finite lo whiv'U i must have Wen j pushed In i he of foot! supplies. ;ind is n liTuuto m the close corilo-i j bi ii in mined by iht> Russians in spite- of Uie offensive aiicmpw Kindo on j tlu'ni, and Sy i lie Au.-uro-Gcrmau iroops. The rr.r; t ou ihc ui Ui-1 CiLt.r thun. ill "ihcir effons io-j n? due Uig fr-icov.-. the lust re-i SitiiRtptl north of ilio Lup-hov.-; sin-bush which v. railway ruasji In P-Huil-Ftf-i-i. DC cup-lion 0111 will be a stralesic! ircrcy of RusMMis, anu tht Qi ilu-> laipire, ia duti lo i-ike ;'Ia -Crar'a in foix-o un Uie plains c; iit'.i'SXry. As -in effc-ciivo nlly {o 11' Austria "ill no logger sin-.alion iains ia its eni'ounig- tifrcct. fa1" as ilit? A-l'fis are "That's My Corn" What a Confession! Something There's Q flush of pain, uiid (lie victim soys, 'Thais niy corn. "My pared nn J coddled for years, peijiups. ll's as need- less as tlirty liunds. A plaster, applied in n jiffy, would cud that pain instantly. And iho wax that's in it would terminate the corn in two days. No pnin, no soreness, no inconvenience. The com loosens nnd comes cut. It disappears forever. It's hard lo prevent corns while having dainly feet. But it isn't hard lo end lliem. A million corns n month ore ended in this cosy Bine-jay way. You do yourself injustice when you suffer from n corn. HuUyour friends have proved, this. Ends Corns 15 and 25 Druggists Stttxph'S Alizzkt! Free auer Black, ud tSWToifc qf Physicians' Supplies ili'.ys. an-'l tliL' of i lie pInn is, Tvitli the result that pay 50 cents per dozen for storag esss in winter while he has them at IS cents in the summer -wlie tliey arc plentiful. should ih farmers be gettias present smal prices for his hogs when we know Uiat there are oiie-third liogs o' today than there were a y aaticlpace JRCO. Tlipse are questions aflDCtin iy Aiigusl one us. In the iaca of thes grouuiis for flicir forecast THE NEW AGREEMENT It trill -Ijc with a reeling o[ reliei tlint the wHI receive [lie news that the miners and operators of the Southern Alberta cpal mines have ar- rived at a basis for a working agreement covering a period of tiro years. "While it was genenlly considereil, there lUtle 'likelihood that neso- tiations looking to a uew agreement ivould result in a strike, ihero was tliat possibility, and tLe are to have two years inconsistencies are ire goinjj to quietly back nnii blame the farme for the hard times? RICKED UP IN .ASSING FOR THE RUSY HAH -which out the traces of what hare foeea hard limes in the coal area inspire confidence in all lines of business. It Is sincerely to be honed that con- ditions in the coaU indtistry be need of easier access to our natural markets in Saskatchewan and Manf- Is one tronble lor ivhich the op erators and miners should unite to fiufi a solution. Agitation with, this definite object in produce London fironen have been grantci a substantial increase in wages, and "tlicre trill be no scrike. Governor Spry oi Salt Lake City, has vetoed the state-wide prohibition bin. The Rer. J. .M. Baird, ol Mitchell has accepted a call to the Methodist church at St. Tliomas. As a result of an eSIort to unseat him Reeve Oco. Burgess of Gait, has nmeJiorated -.vitbin. a short time. The handed in his resignation. A sudden severe frost in the east and south of Germany has destroyed the crop, says a despatch from Cop- enhagen. John Swedfaerg, a. .mining man, banged himseU in a chicken house at the rear of his residence in Nelson, B. Dr. Veitco, a well known western.' Ontario physician, is dead at tiis home m Port Elgin. He was fitty- ivc years oi age. Win. pcnnoch, an Usbridge iarmer, juilty of an unnatural crime against lis daugoter, was sentenced to seven ears' imprisonli-eni; at Whitby. John H. Anderson oi London, died suddenly yesterday while at work iu the Ingersoll C. "P. R. freight shed. '..Gerald 3IcGeer lias been'-nominated. for the Richmond, B. C. riding. Hon. W. J.. Bowser, attorney-gener- al of B. C., was tendered .an unani- mous nomination by the Conservative association for the: Vancouver fiding. Kerr, a private, in the. 47th battalion at Westminsier, has de- conserre the soil's, energy. But iny diphtheria, and as a conse-: quence OaO men who are.under train- crop-aich as vhrat j ?ng, there ro? the thitd -aa and the 'benefit to both part- ies would be untold. IT'S UP TO US up, you self-aatiafied, pros- perous, indifferent bus La ess men .of i Winnipeg! You're asleep.'" eiclalm- ed Dr. J. G. Rutherford, commlaslon- cr of the C- P. H- before the Canadian Clifj of Winnipeg recently. "Give the farmer help, not ridicule- Ho needs friendly cooperation on the part of the city business men. Not cheap Bdrlce, and hot air. God tnoirs ha has had: too much, of that thrown at him. 'Wheat is all right when raised fry intelligent farmers who know how Lo under a' cjuarantine. President Wilson has received two letters of thanks for the supply of bread sent from tlie United States to Belgium: The writers, who are twins a boy and a girl aged nine, expressed their appreciation; to which the pre- sident replieii. Fire starting from entirely gutted unknown three departr upells decadence and ruin to any .country. prosperity can- not be built up on that foundation. -._ _I'Ganada Imports ibeef from Argen- tine, mutton from AuBtralla, and bnt- "ter-from'-New Zealand. Yet we laugh nt the prairie fanner who goes to the 'jitore fo'buy liJs mflfr, eggs, .jneat, We are doing worse than that B8- a nation. "One reason why more live slock la not being raised in Canada IE because the producer does not get enough re- turn. The. British fanner get 12 to the Canadian does not get more ;than half Uiat for caltle. .Yet thC retail prices are about the Mine TJie ereraee JFJonipeg price paid for live stock la C.07 cents a pound, while the retail price of air- TnTri 1R g6.8 cents and ordinary bceris.4-centa" Br jlutherford hits the nail on the hsadllerr as hs usually does. We are fortreps, where she was confined prone to gite the. farmers but 'let Hny suggestion that we In the elites a, part in bettering lite {jass-'gyer our. heads. Why there be ..a spread of 12 cents ments of the wholesale grocery firm J, B. Reoaud Co., caus- ing over damages. iE- A. Black well, an employee ol the G. T. R. at London, found forty pearls -n some oysters he was eat- ing. It is believed they will bring him a fortune. The new naval policy of the allies Is now, in'operation against Austria Hie -.commanders of the Anelo-French fleet in the Adriatic have been noti- fied to prevent transportation of all goods to or from Austrian ports. Vera Figner, who is H tears of age, has been constantly uiider the aurreillunce of the Russian police since her release fortress, where she was confined for 20 years lor participating in the plot against the life .of Alexander II. A St. -Lpuls milling company has completed-'the ..shipment ol sacbs of ijTojir -to. York from where it will he'.shiirpcd to two dif- on beef In Wiruiipeg ibettreen what' ferent European nations now at war. the pioducer getg and what the was" sairf to be THE SINKING OF H. M. S. UON As hv :i Gcnuaii nrlist ami reproduced in a ticrniuu journal, following the Norlh S; goiiu'ii! I'ecentlv. AUSTRALIAN CAMP HOSPITAL IN .EGYPT Blue Ribbon Cofifee and Baking Powder Always iisk for Blue nihlioii CoH'oc: nnd finking Powder. Like all Bliie Ribbon, food pro- ducls they arc of the highest qiinl- ily and arc sold guaranteed to give every satisl'nclion or if otherwise (lie pin-chase price will be rcfuiul- -wl. Ward 13 General HospiUil ;U Hie Auslraliun camp near the pyramids. 3 beds nnd at tlie .Lime the photo was made all occupied. This ward contain O ASK GERMANY FOR REPAHATIO Washington, -March d tariment ofiiciale have now gathered racticaJIy ai'i the data sought, by ths; reparacory to reqaesticg Germany 1 rnaie reparation for the sinking of th merican ship William P. Frye an by the Eltel Friedrioh.'. No word has been received from th erlin government as yet concern! he case, it was said, and the not etting forth the views or the W gton government probably will b :nt within a few dayi. The paper gned by the o-waers of the Frye bi re ihe vessel left Seattle, ached the treasury department lat j and were transmitted to -th, ate department. It is- uuderatoo at they bear out published report at the cargo WBB consigned to orde Ireland, and do no ow any probable salo tg an English rm. The American complaint will be tha ere was no prool that the loodatufEe ere destined to the beJligarent forces Great -Britain, 'The Sudbury Flour Mills, Limit- with a capitalization 61 and headquarters at Ottawa, has incorporated. Sovereign Cure for Rheumatism is.- ,r Hazierc, 163 Wjandotte Street, Windsor, Oat, says there is only one Kidney Henieriy'In the world for PILLS.. "Gin Pitts, 1 know from perwif for KhcunjaiLuH and in any form. J vac curod by them alter montha of sufferinc. I bad tevenl doctors and many other remedies but all Tailed 'to ctire me. Then J! erica win piris Kith Uie result that I weJ] to-day. 1 cure because they act directly on IheEidneysand and healing the in flammed tiisues, and neutralizing uric acid. Trial treatment rize, 50c. a box, 6 boxes for and every bos sold Trith OUT spot casfi guarantee of satisfaction or money back. Sold in the United Slates under the name t end Co., r--nifed. Toronto 161 ALBERTA FARMERS FOflM CLUB? TO SETTLE VACANT LAND, DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE Something definite and aeneiWe iae at last been accomplfihed along, tne line of agricultural .In Western Canada in the formation ot the Alberta Rural Development league, which came into existence at a con- vention at Olds, the early part of Februarry. Everyone itnows tliat-t-o rural dis- tricts of western Canada are aparsely popuJated and only very partly davBi- oped; and everyone concedes tha ad- vantages which must en sue, with tha closer settlement and greater develop- ment of all agricultural lands, 'eape- cfaUj at the present time, "when it Is )oth patriotic and sound' bUHliiess to brine every possible" he'vr acre under cultivation. But between the .attain- able ideal and tbe date ot all the various and other schemes which have been start- ed there Is a wide lap. The Idea ia almost :oIncident, as Tar as age with tbe age of this planet. One might K BO.tar ay to say that the inability t anything really Import an Is almost as old. Ljooking back ova the long list of utoplaa which were t have been created, one la struck b the rather pathetic fjici that so man of toe schemes failed. A Jarge num her ol reasons have been 'found b writers on- social sublets to accoun for this failure; but one reason ha never, I think, been advanced, and i ia probably, nearer the root of tbe ma tar. Everybody has always bean arg ing everybody elie to go back to th has ever asked them t Tbe man who fi already no the has, after all, a considerable interee the matter. He is quite as mucr affected 'by success of any at tempt, to cause Hie closer settlemen of the lands in ala vicinity as th business man in the distant city o COFFEE As near perfection as you can in this world. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL IH :he flQancier In nnoLher country. HI own land-will eventually lie ebllancei In value; but that ig not BQ" desired Iminadlate result, which take; :he form of greater social happiness- tetter lowna, better actuals, .bette: roads, more more mone! in general circulation. Theie tilings are to be had only when there ig a sufficiently large number or residents to contribute. A tiiinlj- poptilated trlct IB seldom progressive. If you can get this changed perspect jve you will understand that the farm Is a very Important.factor. If he can, too, point to hie own succeas KB'a recommendation why others should occupy and cultivate land, you nave h inuch more forcible argument to pui before them. One latlsfled settler la yorth a ton of pros, p.'erous man already on the land, anx- ious to get others to come and share hlfi prosperity, has six .times the pull- ing power'of the back-to-the-land advo- cate, who, with aH his Interests In the cities, wants them to go. It is therefore obvious that no Bchemo which has for Its aim the pop? lilatlng of the broad-and fertile acres of western Canada should ignore the possible co-operation of .the themselves. The. value of their, testi- mony alone IB If.their actual working assisttince. could be no much brighter would the prospects of 'the scheme bb. And this It exactly whst the Alberta Rural De- velopment leajpie( setting a note- worthy precedent, proposes The modus, ojip.randl this: 'Settlement clubs" will be. organized composed entirely of farmers. Every locality will In time, It In hoped, have club, taklQK some arbitrary area, such as one township, for tbe taels. Maps will be prepared by these clubs, showing what vacant lands lie them. Listings.of..this land will be made, und If tbe price It eat- iafactory, and the league Is convinced hat a man can make a living on It, md the members are in a position to recommend It to outsiders friends, BO central office of the league will ee that literature lierlalnlllfi to tlint particular section U prepared and irculnled. This literature, Inking the hapo of small pamphlets, coutnlnintj icstlj- testlmoiiy.l'rom limners In tlie Iclmty, will be Bent out to relatives, riends null aciiunintanccH of the uiern. ers to the addroasos deslBiialed by be club members. Tlut.Is to say, Hiram K. Jonas, now prosperous fanner of Alberta, lor- luerly of Iowa, Vfll tui-nish the league a list of'ils friends aud relatives n the States. Hiram Is a member of ho -Pine Couloe Settlement club, and copy of the Pinft Cculee booklet Is int to every name he furnishes. Hlr- am'B circle-of frleuds are agreeably surprised to get more so when they come upon his name in Its cases, "Why. tor Hie love of they will exclaim, "here's cvicl Hiram 1C. iu Sooner or later they arc seiz- ed with the Itch to write to him, to find out just hon- good lie has been making all these it rcaJI.r-Is Up there In Canldy like them (here books' make out, Jr they don't write, the booklets are bound to-come into sonicone. elsu's liiinds, sooner o. later. BO It amounts to the same thin in tlie end. No'w Hlra'm gets their letter. H writes back and tells them he's doln fine since he quit lind ba venn with the good, ot course, like eryone else In every part of the world, but, taking everythiug into-con slderatlou, has got no kick coming Raises 'so niany bushe'ls of wheat t the. len-rriioY. so many head of horses and alx" it flne.'si Soes .Mrs. HJram'K. thi his correspondent Isn'. happening to find'things quite to hi HklEg, and is thinking of quitting his present lo-ca-ton, why not go along u to Alberta, all, to Pin- Coulee? Wouldn' like going into a strange K." wbuli sea to that. Let's look uu and read a HLtle bit about that country. The league hopes to command suf rlclent finances to maintain offices in lie United-States, W1UL a human fol low-up system, sending Its officials to call upon the .men on the mailing list That may or may not materialize; hut t is Important to note that the macb- Berjr which the league will create will not be devoted to boosting any one district. Every'section will receive ts share -of attention In proportion to the energies of .Its Settlement club, ind the 'league -will concentrate upon he .development..'of-the Province of Alberta aa The wouW-bo -hoine-inaker in Al- berta, in if he gets nlu iouch- with, this league, 6r rell- He deals direct with the, man who Is already on the and and making good, and he finds out tbe truth about the country, he league has other objects besides primary one of .settling lands In he Province of Alberta. It schedules monjst them :ite endeavor to effect a pt the ppiiulation ut the as to-place, say, 70 per ent. of the people on farms and the alance :In" the "urban se- ure '.a better-, syarem of facilitate the transporta- marketing of farm nd'to extend. agricultural education, -mangstBother, things, lr, rnay be stat- oV as perhaps significant fact, that he'Calgary Consumers' league, which B a combination of the Housewives'of algary down the cost of liv, nj, wan .represented by itB president nd executive, committee at the'Olds onyehtlon of the Rural Development eague. remains to Bay that tbe latter ague has a strong executive.. In the eraon of G. R. Marnpcli, president ot he'Lethbrldge Board of Trade, It has 'president who has already demon- Tmlid'lh'e feaslblilty of Unking up he development of the city with the MINERS SUCCUMB TO CONSUMPTION becBiiko the sudden ehinge from warm milieu to cold wjndi foven vitality und the blood u weakcicd from lack of uir. Scott's Emulsion U a greatest help to enrich and enliven the hlood, create body-warm ih and build sirenjith to resist pneumonia, rheumatism 'roubJea. ToAe SCOTTS tfttr meek for one month end for vflA tlf itt beneficial effmcta. ifeie Inftrhr SttbtMmttr. J i iroaperity of the farmer. The liettf- Jridge Board of Trade's system of ad- vancing livestock to turuiers is prov- ing n great Eiicc'esti, and IB becoming the standard of aimllnr nchemes else- where. The vice-preylUents nrg H. Jf. E. Evans of Edmonton.. Q. B. Smith of Camrose. and R M. Blixck of CaJgary. Tlio executive consists 'of -E, U "Rich- ardson und Wli'imnr Gcorgeson of Cal- gary; A. .Matthews- of Medicine Hat; S. II. Smith, and .A. T. Gushing of ..Edmonton, and -James Sneakman of Penhpld, Farmers ot Alberta. ol the "United CANADIAN PACIFIC EASTER HOLIDAYS FARE AND ONE-THIRD FOR THE ROUND ALL STATIONS PORT ARTHUR AND WEST GOING DATES APRIL TO 4th INCLUSIVE. Final Return April 6th, 1915. For partkuUri gent or to apply to iHlrelt R. Dawson, Dlttrict Paticnger Ajent CALGARY. ALLANLiNE THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE REDUCTION IN H. CABIN RATE, All Steamers JOHN TO LIVERPOOL Calling at HallfaK Oiie Day Later. S.S- SCANDINAVIAN, 2 5.S. CORSICAN i: .Apr. 21 S.S. HESPERIAN........Apr. 30 Excellent Accommodation avail- ft'ble iu AJl-.CIaBBec Ticket! can bi in Can- ada and.all made for puisongerc from Great'Britain and Europe. "J Full information from your local S, 3. or R. R. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen. N.W. A0t. WINNIPEG. OF CANADA A Strong Fw-reKhtaf Orgaiiullw This local office cf the Buk of CMwdm Is but ont ol over o( an organization vhose Total ciceed Our banking Canada, and through our conneclloiu wa are prepared to (naiad busliiesa In any par! of cMHzed world. ..The confidence of Canadians In this Bank Is atteiled bj orcr 'Slxly Million Dollars of Yours vould vtuind velcome addition. OflAMY LAKE ItlANCH A. INl. LKTHtKIDOE BRANCH 0. M. TINNIN8 ;