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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta i A PAGE FOUR THR MITHBR1DGK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 26, (The Ifoecalb .DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Tally, delivered, per year Dilly. liy mail, per Weekly, by mail, HIM- year 51.00 3.0U 1.00 The Herald's OttawaJLetter- OttiiVii Still Talking One Is Sprung Onus Will Be On IIiivc Observed Truce IPiuthi'ully In AH Mutters rtMTiiinijig to Seed Drain Appli- cations Turned Down Owing to Shortsighted- ness of Weeds in the.: Seed Supplied. TELEPHONES: Buslllv-Fs Oflico Ed-Lorinl Office W. A. Buchannn anaging Uirtctcr John Torrance Mar-i'li there'Is male amotinl montlis ago, too, and ,111 elociion ibis year. Lite Conserve could have ulso purchased (bo.grain lives Till undoubtedly ntleimH to'j when prices were low. These things1'1 the responsibility upou the bib-1 djd not do, nnd cousoiiueutly many t-rjl -iiariy. In such an attempt they farmers cnunot now get grata, and will uot succeed with intelligent peo- j those who do jmy a Car tgo high price pic. As- far us ilio vrar is jiave siven the govenv A. complaint canio from the district THE WAR SITUATION. uiwnl an absolutely'tree hsind. Sfr {north of Lcthbrldye the other dny from N ilirid Liiurier, Hon. George I'. u-ftirmer. whose application for seed 1 e iiam and cllier Liberal loaders declare I grain hail been .accepted nud llzeti re- tlit? neighborhood ,of Arras, anil in uie j ;m c..lCClitm is nov Iiecessury fust-d on the ground that his land iChainpaVne by [lie fueiny, the war. The soverniucnt j not in snniie for seed. Dr. Roche gives ami the failure of importnml.Btxvjre all ihe money -it requires for tlie following explanation: developments hivYuikuu plncc in the wnr purposes vllhn.il'tile least tnur-. zone 01 bailie. Any activity of illc cainprtljm-is {flayed on the eastern Iieri1 life "The only explanation that I can mur of dissent. H is tmo that there is that. Mr. Wnlker, or his ofU- lire pretests on Cie Conservative side j cinjs> wero instructed to raako-nn from the XafionallFLs ot Quebec. But j vostlgalion to every case possible, nnd ____....._ claim to have foreiM iho on ilii? Hlica The Jnenlion of iliis, and the assumption that Von Himienbursj intends TO make s new: thrust at tins cJi.it is a matter fur llie suvernnirat to not _.. ._ ---1 seed ivheru the Jand ivas not worry about. The Liberals are united suitable i'qr seeding. We have a sreat In tlicir purpose to assist ihe fioveru- many letters and representations'urg- mcut iu Us policy. ing us to seo the land is properly prepared-for to'send out lii- As to the truce, U hits been broken.' s true tors to see that the seed is put A Tofiy "Cabinet Minister says there in properly. I presumed that Mr. intimates Uiai tlie ciuupaigu j nner was. a imre, nnd there never feiuercd' on for reaching the Polish was- a truce from government standpoint- 'All the truce that exist- ed in Ciiuada 'vas cu Uie nan of the Liberal leader, and he faithfully ob- the north has been atau- irloned. Hie failure of the enemy .10 decisively force back the Russians But admit there was a gen- from (he foriificd line streichins: east truce rccosnizeA by Sir Robert toi ihe oi East Prussia, ami .JonSen. Did IUB government net o, ui break it when tliev brousht in a bud-1 lo p'jsh ilit-m tack Irom tlieir iiosLCion inPreasins jirotection arid reduc- nt Priasnysz, nnd nlocg tiie Narew. the Hrttish preference? Neither Tlie euemi's attention is DOTV rivet- of tlicse fenlurcs of the tariff were for :ied towards tlie Carimhians in vie1 DC the1 formidable acvaaiage gaine ifcr iliG Husslaus in uie captnr'e oi iihe -yurpose of raising war revenue. must remember that. The tar- Mff changes were made for two pur- si lo increase the rev- ptraiegic position in Przemysl. and 'r but imlyabK to provide further release oi ivLai" close on men to carry ihe campaign through the estimated loiprctection for tlie.'manufactiirers.- The n j outward purpose will not he EUCCCSS- Carpathians, and to i iul, because the increased duties, "will rj> imports in- :many cases, anil WalKer hP.d inveetlsiUed and found out that thJs man's land was In such a con- dition that would "be an absolute waste were we to give lilm the scedr They have been ins true Let! to invest.-' gate as closely aa possible in each case i., This explnnnlion Is all right If ii ia; followed strictly, but the man (who" made this complaint declared that his neighbors, with laild not In any better shape, were setting seed. M'hy the favcritlsm. Is it nolitics? During a discussion of the estimates for seed grain, .31 r. Douglas, Jl.P. for- Strathcpna; AUa., said: "There has been a -report jn the western papers that the seed -which..'is being proTldeti for distribution Js' not isolate Cm-j hence thecc "wilt nfit be any reserve or j clear oC noxious weeds. The depart- f eiiher. aote'advan- ment'is claimiug ifa'at no 'innd. should Boumauia's inclinaiion to -join the jiaSc Is with the niauufat-turers, who by i receiving increased protection ivill be J i had been thwarted some htile back by the rushim? aMe tfl conEHiaen Tith .m. d creased prices for their proriucts. .AI- 'pf a Inrce number of German army ready prices are being advanced by corps aid the Austrisns, and to the 'manufacturers, ;uid die ccmnicn by the presence of HUE troops- in- TraosylvaniL This (effected by the retircment of JCzar's army in forces, and the number or price advances already. the I If the calls an election, face of the superior is entirely on. its lta war has not ail t own hEinds. Ijeen inierie -_j-4, j j c., u.. -P..W. niLtzr mai. m v imuvti icuu -ujina- fenny corps'In-the ot Agrfciliture' bas the borders was eimicieia-to dissuade j the its de-vice to increase pro- his the RoumaSians-rroni-giving effect tOTtection and- put extrp. burdens on the it fcepi..to her neu-j" trality, jbui od_ds 'this, time gainst itlie. Kaiser's, manoeuvring. seea be put under cultivation that, I presume that would mea'ri that'unfit land would be. full or noxious weeds, and yet the.statement is made in the public press that the seed contains a considerable quantity of weeds. Tliu stateriient may uot be ab- solutely true." Has tlie. department taken any etens to see that the grain has been Dr. Roche renlisd; "Yes. the seed commissioner' of the department of Agriculture is on the looking that, my hon-frieud .tjte hia representative there, and It'is his special duty to Bee yiat seed IB sent .oiit conisinius: no'Tiosious "lyecis. I have never had a-single complaint on that score. J were par- tic-ularlj- careful( in, view .of .Uie com- thnt -were received with regard to the distribution bffseed In' 190S." Have You a Bank Account Do you depoalt your wagva In a Bank? If not, have you ..ever considered Ine advinlagei of Sink Account? It glvel complete record of each month'! receipts and and'-lljijilee you to hivt permanent and knowledge It makea you systematic and wlta In and you hold the beat kind of a receipt. In-your checkt lor the bllle you pay. Beildee, your money will be mnt Instantly available. Think It over and depoalt your next sheclt be'giad to explain In detail. 418 13TH STREET NORTH. Bletclrer, Manager. A PAINTING TIME IS HERE J ;.'j Mapll Leaf Paint because It Is Good. Interior Work, Use 'BREAD OH PEACE" The fimfeli that endures. Gives color har- raoiijr, Furniture. We'.Vsell 'every thing in Painters' Supplies. PATTERSON Co. 313 13th St-fNorth. Phone 129 1 BICKED UP IN .AS3NG FOR THE BUSY HAS fivouM pu-. Alberta coal iuto Winnipeg jthe prjss circular notifying tliai it could compete ivitn. impons I tbem o( the date by applica- Irom the LV E. TSe railways arsue-'j tfons had to I am sure that that ,giey .T.-ould incresse- the 'empty ti Ue admic (lie poinL Bye have accented applications. for EO doiiifj, they wcultl helSeveraJ thousands more have is to keep dollars but rejected.'- that now- so to liie -States fori-r--Thai good-excuse.- Tire ould the approxi- Sfoal. Thej- wb-Hd'provide for .tr SMO or-nm or in iioal fields, which surely is vron.1: jnore Canadian y-roridlns for B. similar number oi men in Sfenusyivania. And They would fur- be creating confidence ilie coal operators of. ALberta, jtould attract capital to develop vast- jfpal resources. every coal camp in Southern Al- j were busy as they might easily the business furnished to the C- ;R. TrouJd surely more than offset .jhb benefit derived from filling grain at Fort- William vith Pcnnsyl- coal to carnr to "Winnipeg, it straightway shovels Canad- money intp tlie pockets of Penn-' L who don't i if Alberta coal mines never them." BRYA.N.- EjMQU.lR.ES D.C1.; -Slarch on advices from The Hague-that the steamer Elfland, flying the-flag of the Belgian Relief Commission, had been endangered by a bomb from a German aeroplane.off-'the.putch; cqiiflt, Secre- tary Bryan- said the slate depart ment was making repre to Berlin. seuUment- in business some- jfmes and jlace Vnere the R. should give it play.' It wil them run. must TJB Indian winter. Ottawa drug -clerk 't stand prosperity. evidently must have her own particular rail, padded. lusEiena oufeht to make anolh- i of Przemysl anti see if they 4't Pedmysl. Standoff or "VVhobpup GOWANS PERFECTION COCOA Mothers are glad to see the children enjoy Cowan's Perfection .Cocoa, because they fcnow'it is so good for Cocoa is rich in food value and is so> one-pound iits Fire in the basement of the Eapes building, St. Paul, did "damage The Ilotel Leland at Theodore Sask., bas been burned. Winnipeg has registered alien enemies in the Regina has cut Its police salaries and 5 per cent, thla year. Wlnhlpeg.iis 'alreadyvworrying over affit; bylaws-Ior jitney autog. Manitoba auto were J5.00 a year, are now doubled. T. P. Spaiii'i'ST, editor ,pt the'.Mer cury, Sask., commftted suJdde. Charles Hermann Goschen. .direct' or of the Bank of In London. He was born Clarence D. Martin, former treasurer of the United States Express Co, com- mitted suicide in Newark', N.J. Salaries of college teachers with rank of professor range in'-Una-coun- try from J450 to J75DO a The A.. F. of iLetal Trade? Cpun- cil hintq at .asrious, ,in Pan ami canal 'zone Jt is announced that, the government Is.'negotiating loan of The in obey. Is Intended for, public.vorkfl--'i.'" Thacfdiifay, Kinf, llahnian, Is the murder of 12-yearold J...E; Hon of Owen Souud, Chief of Police John F. and Detective Gardwell N.Y., murdered in'a boarding houiie, attempting an arreit: A movement is in to substitute women for. men' lu" work of commerce in case of complete mobilization. A, E. Knowles, a Col era an Inventor, is seeking, a patent on an inventibn.on. and "also a device that will protect sbipa torpedoes. Lleut.-Governor Brown and CominlE- ifoner Perrj- Of the of .Re- gine, are both ciuarmitfned because of dip the rl a. The attack of the'.governor ia quite eerioua, niit he IB reported pro- gressing favorably. President Wilson expressed confi- dence that the by. Chairman Simmons of tlie senate finance-com- mlttec placing the treasury-deflcjt'fpr the year at approximately were more nearly, Howard treasurer of tlie Aetor Tniit Co., and promlDSnt in York and krlled hli wife as ihe was playlnj the piano for il3 entertainment in tlialr home- The banker then committed 'with the sime revolver. Giftdya Read it girl of Red Deer Hril, Saak., IB dead In a Prince Albert hospital, tl of j taking medicine to alleviate delicate condition. F. Inkster IB ttrregted- charged with having flteh (tip medicine and Dr. Moretu Ifl on fiO.QOO uaii fur willUn the prcicrip lion. i i'iS- A. J. W. Craig, who w4i B. mayoralty; candidate at "the lint :lon'ln Mopee Jnw, has ..riii-war facing of coneeftlint certalD of a client, WM on tbU ..ooB The mo IBtttU. BALDRY'S WEEK-END SPECIALS Sunlight 11 bars for Old D.utch 3.cans for G. Woshioij Pow- 2 for............'. Braid's Ideal Tea; Per pound 3 pounds for........ Braid's Ideal Cof- fee, 3 pocnds for___ Premimn Hama; Per pound......... Good cooking Qnioha; 11 pounds for Sweet Juicy Oranges; 2 dozen per dozen. Comb Honey; Per pound....... 50c 25c 45c 35c ......Jl.OO 22 ic 25c and- 30c Priih .Let'tucc, Celery, Bananaa. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF POTTED PLANTS MI 13th St. N. Phone 165B Wall Paper-Wail Paper __ Our entire stock of Wall Papers worth up to 25c per foil Your choice at lOc per roll Use Stick-Fust Cold Water Paste when doing your paltering-. 2 packages'for .25c nnd see our new Wash Suits. Dresses, Play Suits, Ilompcrs, Junipers, Spring- H'nts, Baby Buggies, Go-Carts at The PHONE 1023 CASH For Good Solid Shoe Repairing WITH r Best Oak Bark Tan- ned Leather, Try M. BROOKS GLOBE-STORE 402 13th Street North. At Moos, Liege and Charlerol, Bel- gluin, prlsonera arc mining coal: tor Germany. fheyre Coming Here For Our Sausage and Home Made Potted Meats .Better Sausage than ours may be produced aomo Beems it hasn't been done thus a cer- taiitjv 'If-you.only knew you would buy your Sausago here. Pure Pork Sausage, per pound........20C 2 pounds for...............___35C Pork and Beef Sausage, per pound. fl5c 2. pounds for -25c Strictly Fresh Egg's, per WESTMINSTER MAilKET Phone 1055. i Clean, Sweet, Noiii-ishing You IhoiJld aerve it on yguf table Three Timaa a Day; Tickets for Phone 378 and have the Look for the Label Louf. MADE-'BV John THE BAKER. A MINER'S COUGH ia the entering wedge for bron- chitia, pneumonia or contumptiofk But h mil- take to UJw aJeoholic muitura, or drugfed .thfjjyileql mlcer tfitf brfore. BMULnOrf 'It talm tt KING'S HOTEL 13th STREET NORTk. .OUR CUISINE AND SERVICE ARE UNEXCELtED. SUNDAY EVENING 5.30 to Steam Heated Front Rooms with Full 'Board THIRTY DOLLAHS'MONTHtY HAVE ;.TUiERCULOBI8 itc In connec- a rate of 110.000 to prevent iuf tend'from white plague. The rolt It tmvtorH' to fire Iidlina Jioiplfsl and ainltarlurn ..treatment. In yearsu jnoi-e i'tliBn thla' amount liad been required of the service. ham, the leathei trada ue Diikio( ;