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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I.FTH BRIDGE DAILY 3IBALP WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, IMS Ifoevalfc e, Hlba-ta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATiS: delivered, per year Dilly, lij- mall, par year Weekly, by mail, pei- year.... 8.00 1.00 c, Anl'.vorj; eortlos. und Niimur wcro) A BUSY ON UOItgEBAClv- Kuly If evidently sill! drllbnniHiig j iv'hlcli why F'.Ki'll lilck Lhnt BeoBroi'lii- cul toot at hcr'a or whcthvr she'll Jusl stand imt. Cium-Ja Is gottlus orders from Kus- sin (or via supplies. This war threni- ons 10 pnt Ciuinda on tlio uwj' lu u d ninny nnrls ol' iho world. TELEPHONES: Business Oirue Edltorinl Office W. A. Buchanan luunKiuc Uii-ocicr John Torrancc nusluuss Manager If Southern Albertn has nny eluvncn KI nil lo seL nil untelopu ivo cer lainly should ,qrul> 11. Tlio Miutli Is Iho natural homo of Lho antelope ;md UII.TL'- is no better pluco to i-stubilsii it. THE WAR SITUATION TODAY mill the ivLimiu-ul (lie- Russians from llemel Uio Polisli campaign once more assumes '.lie plexins nature whicli has distinguish- ed it. The auci forwarJ swaying at tlio KusUu] line along the frontiers of K'ist ouly b-- explnincJ as ai'.imuil to the tac- tics of ihe Allies' camuaijn, and as part a: liio lii'oJC'ss of nlirWdn is to contiJiuc until llie drive of the enemy is to be put into operation. Matters iu the Dardanelles appear lo be'comparatively ?-t a standstill. Ij'util landing parties in foree can be in co-oyonuion with )Jie 'Vnics very ran be JokcsmHlis in Mooso Jaw urn mak- in': offers to buy the Calory street If it's good enough for some boiy to buy tit a fancy figure, it'.- goc4 enousb for Calgary to hans oi to. JICKED UP IN 10R THE BUSY MAN effected in iiie ;o reduce ihc TurkUh forts. Meanwhile we loM that men axe being tended on the CallifoH iwnlas-la at the Guli Garcs, and ..the ileet is being reiniorc ed. Any existing io Esypt from the Turks has teen removed by the defeat OL the attacking Turks El Suez. of Cracow promises soon to occupy public interest. The F Blans are some fifty miles east of the pity. While the attention of the es .-.'-sb-. is held by the Russians in Dor- Itera Polacd no great German forces tan be released for resisting- the Hus- 'BJCD advance towards Cracow. With active operations to commence sooa in Belgium and France, another fac- tor irill soe added in affecting ihe Eamtv and the occupation of the cliy jby ihe Ciar's i'orces cannot but be e. piatter of snort time. .STRENGTHEN THE COMMISSION- ERS' HANDS The mayor and commissioners have, h.s the public liave gleaned from our columns, "been assifluously and energetically engaged In paring down the 1915 estimates. So far they have achieved results vh'ich tbe ratepayers 3B111" appreciate, in that tbe present estimates have been shorn to ihe ex-1, John Luxton, a well Known Hamil- ton resident, is dead. Dr. Flint of York has declined call to the principalskip of V.'esley Winnipeg. llV. IV. U. Gladivin was nominated ihc Conservative- candidate Ior the new constituency oi North Vancou- ver. A total ot was spent ior relKi in Belgium through Ihc Xew commission ot relici in Bel- gium up to Maich'S, last. Standing at Salute gnd shouting "Vive la France" the officers and crew of the Freucb. battleship Bcuret sank in the Dardanelles on Jlarch IS. The sevco-ycar-old son ot Andrew .Miller, residing seven miles from Beavettou, was run over by a C. P. R. train "as he was going from ichooi and was cut in two. lie Swedish government is prepar-' a bill pounding for the imposi- tion ot heavy taxes on all those whose profits have increased as a re- sult of the war. Ftank T- Bliss, lor 30 rears a prominent member of the board of Bishop of Amiens who daily rides out to Ihe French nuesta. from men won arc owwca -U 'head ot 'horsey asd head ol I xld, uut havu not loader lor 'ull of them, They thought that all I LI icy had ID do was-apply to tbe 1 partiticuti [or [odder a ltd they would 'lit: yujnilifld, a request wliluli. In otic 'opinion, was euliioly unreasonable und has not been responded lo favor- ably, beeauso those people had the option ol cither tills Inn sufficient money on ihe security of their stock to produce fodder Or "disposing o( some of, the stock and-.feediBc the others1 with the proceeds. 1' tlunk tbe policy of the department IK thai whorercr u limited number ol ani- mals urc required to be kept .by a farmer and'they arc absolutely 'de- prived of any (odder, the should givo a ceitrQin aniodut; but, as In the case of the seed priiiii. wo luivo fixed u nmximuiii uiuoiiiit to he :n to any O9T with Dunlop Dunlop Spacitl, the tiio, 11JI OUNLOP TIRE ft tUBIEI GMK COMfANT, UMlTtO TORONTO; LUAIUKV Crrimi HUcn of Tlrrt far Motor Trucks. Motorojcle, ciw umrrianK ?nbbet Btltf nf Pack In How. IlJur, and Aubber THE CAN ADI AN BANK OF COMMERCE EM OISTAIXKD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGI TOOK Title Deeds, Mortgages, Inanrnm Polktai otlwr in one of theM i flwonunax im.r w RranrK.-R AV. 1 ;