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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta iGK EIGHT THE LET 11 BRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, VAJICM..2G, ,1915 SOMSii VICTIMS 01- THE (IKKMAN HAIDER PHINZ E1TISL ri SATURDAY SALE Dress Silks, Serge Other Dress Materials Sensational Values Offered lo Halunla.v Shoppers in (lie Dres-N Goods 100 yds, of Black Messalme andPaileffe Silks iuohes ivide anil exira qua lily Silk; a (jnalily eas- ily worth per yard, aud good buying: at ihat. We arc this on Saturday only at, per yard 36in. fine quality Messalme in colors, yd. 95c Ol lawa. Maixh vhich t he proceedings ii thc house ol commons on U'crfncs- iay nistfu larking (his ercaiiig. tvht'n thc estimates of ihc ruinisU-r ci militia were acain under considera- tion. nas some criiicism and a great muny were asked, but s good prucress way marie the passing oi the votes. The afternoon sitting was lie voted entirely to a discussion of clie aSairs bf the" I. C. R. Hon. F. Cofhrane, miuislcr of railways, announced a tie of SS3T000. there had been i saving oi in the operating expenses, but the receipts had fallen I jBway by j Mr. Cochrane in reply to criticisms [oi General Manager Gutelius by F. HV. Carroll, A. B. Copp acd other i members, said that be was 'giving satislactjim and would be re- gained at his present salary oi per annum. and iriyjiierr l'iai would iiKik'f ninny a novel or nlay. in 1H07 lliat Uic highest uThuical and military mm oi France Miially iluil iill of ihe genius of i hi- i-ountry should he employed in {.criecting the "Smvantc-fiimicc." Kx- Tlie is Ihtil ol" Kii'hnc ol" Uio Aincvii-im; Foments dad thru been in progress P. fldow is of tlu- crev, ofthc ship. 1 lie purtrilil on Uie liM I is lhal ol O.pliun Mom-sion 01 thf ihLM, upoll greai- Flondit; CiJ lhc risjhl is Brit-hen of llu- Hussion ship opportunities lor development Uian In-Ill1 Brown, mid Gipluin W. J. King nf Mir British Invm-iil; j any oilier all or which were sunk. Pickup wciv toko., at Xowpoi-1 Sews, j ahli- tu i Secret, Long Guarded, of France's Wonderful Gun Palis. f JAPAN SHARP WITH CHINA "eiiia. JUarch the cOTiferescc tc.ray of Japanese diplomatic repre- Datives with Chinese staiesmen. I mill? Tokfo demands, the Chiu- j ere formally inquired 35 10 ihe mean- being able tu secure the im- mense appropriations necessary with- out liit1 suspicions of rival military coMntries. which would at once exhaust possible resource oi espionage to secure the secrets of i the guo. Any debate in parliament, oc even ihc appearance in the list of 'appropriations of large sums for thc specific purpose ot perfecting the "Soixanic-qiiince" have lipped; 'mi ih? entire The money need-' ed was not only for the actual per- fecting of the new gun hut for tiie creating oi all ihe special machinery necessary fot iis cnnsLruction in great numbers. rapid lire, explosive shell 75-mili-' nf worship almost alongside thai ac-j So important was secrecy consider- i metre cannon. corded to Joan of Arc. ed that H iras decided not only must This fact is now iiicontcstably re-! 'J'akina: advantage tii !his of tiie members oi -'ol 1 cosnued in. technical military circles ii not ol in-tua! worship Depm-ie-s lie kepi from knowing the the world-ou-r. Thr wonderful sn- iljc jjovfrnmPni' lias- jiiat r.iacie pnb-; actual use to which the appropria- pLTiuriAy of the ioslrumcnt 01 dti- lie Jor ilic first time n little oi ih? to he put, hut evcii thc. SErucium ovpr ail rivals VVRS liisl, history of how thi- secret oi tlis-r.thirty menibws oi tiie commission! in ill? two receni covery ami ilr-ve.lopinPiit oi this most which make up Lhc annual hilttgct ci Vseit hy must of tte Bal-' perfect iiUiiriunent of uiodctu war-, government expenses could not be al- i ban ii 'wrought iprrimt- ilc- also tlu' most was i to share Hi? secret, iiiiiiintii Ihe Turks equipped kepi for vcrtrs ficiu ihc world at; The fir at appropriation asked after 1 anillcry ofCcir.ian manufacture, large. It has' about it elements oi sec-; thp "Soi-vante-tjuinze" model had I _.____._____________ir.cgn selected was for I T 4iTVPHTXTr- A CTTPVRnPP I n VOTIfHT tndcr tlic M. Malinc, LAlIiNCHlNG A ,whn was ilien premier, together with This is rerhiinly the best value we've yet offered in Colored Dress JSiJks. Good assortment shades. Regular value is per yard. Saturday Special (Bargain per yard 75c pure Wool Serges and Poplins, Sat., 59c A swell new range oi these popular Dress Goods to sell at n popular price. All 42 indies wide, in shades Xavy, Bel- gian BJue, Brown. Tan. Reseda. Wine. Black and Black and White Mixtures. Good buying today at 75c. Special price lor Saturday, per yard 3. (By Should YVhilc business is beine rushed both France vicifirious ironi tlic tbe bouse aud committees, no dt- prtSfct n-ar, lir-r will ]iavo arraitgements have bce.T made been due, ruore ihan any oilier thing, 7 ;ior prorogation before Easter. Ii is -to her famous -in the- French puli probable thai ihe house will until April 10. .Sir Iiobert_ Borden may have 43 go Nova Scotia owing to ihe illness ioi his mother ai Grand Pre. :-Mr Richard McRride of British Co- iiiMsliia, arrived in the capital to- and v.'ns a .caller at ihc outer of thc nrimp In tlic war Uiis siipcrioiity lias so nianiieiiel itscH day for the past nionihs that the "Soijante-cjuinzs" has brcn elevated to a place This impressive; larscsl -on view gives an idea of Hit size of NIC .Minislor oi (-'inance Cocliery and istcr oi U'ar Hillut, appealed to Ihe pfied that these, garrisons wcu'id re- Jcaln v.'ljere rb'ey wers until the cna- clusion cf the present negotiations. According 'to reliable information, lhc Japanese ai present tiaie have divisiOQs in China and Korea. The discussion today coacerning Tohio's demands was uuon tiie claiise gTT.atirrg Japanese the'righi to explcit mfces In nine specified areas of south The Pennsylvania was huinciied on-president at the RepifbHc, ai. Felix Tuesday, nl News. VH. She clispkic-es Faure. Although ilic latter had no lo" Uic Ouccn Elizabelh's but her "tins arc smaller authority in the matter, he consid- Below is a incltire of Miss Kolb and the crctl of tha secret such Ions sncccl slower TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE I have purchased the of the Union Bakery snd hereby notify all customers who hold Union Tickets that in order tof obtain credit for them rt necessary to report to my office or any of my names, addresses, number of tickets they hold before 8 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 27th we will exchange an equal number of our tickets for them. We will not be respon- sible for tickets not report- ed by thiB-time. Phone 1023 or or tell the Driven, John Gilmore MANUFACTURER OF QUAK- ER BREAO that he loaned all of the power and of his olncc to its mainten- ancc. The I're.sidsni iters then tlin Budget Ccinmissjon, ,M. Paul Dc- -loinbre, the Secretary, Camile iKrancs They lold ibcse tn'o'tliat tbo j oJ France depended on the bud- Clothing Tlip Xew Sails for Boys liaA-o iirrivcd the iissortinout of styles t and Viilues aj'O the host _yot. Conic in Satimlay and sec what can give you iii New. Spring Suits for boys up to 14 at ,fi4.50, Jfio.OO- Children's Hat Opening on Saturday Showing hundreds Of Panoy Huts, Play Tints; Cloth Caps, Cloth lints, ranging in prices up .......25C THE SIMPSON Co. MS KM .sirtsni and tlic three minis- the eQvenunent of called in the President of ]and thB A. S. Barnatead, secretary OL the Belgium Relief committee, has receiv- ed from E. B. Elderkln, representing Nova Scntia 111 Hoi- account of condi- tions there that be rear! with great interest hy the people of Nova Scotia, ivlio have contributed so much the timeliness oi1 iheir aid to ai- _ got commission making the approprl- lEVJate some of the aistregs the heroic [aliens desired without even asking tp nel-iana are enduring hvhat end thcv to he spent. The _ D 'President M.i Sccteiarv of the Com- 8a Rotterdam Hoi- mission alone WC-EI- lold the real sec- lftnd' January la- ret of the and they thc-r co-cpciatinn. Thei- indiic-tj Budget Commit The Belgian relief now being done by Nova Scotlans, in company other Christian peoples, gives ion Lo make the initial appropriation j the observer a higher conception o[ i OHO UP.UCT a title that would ;the human character. The whole- give no iiiilU-alioii of thc real scope, manner in 'ivhiclf the HollanU- March German r.ttp.c-: npoti n ship [r. z riippaicli from i SliU'ids. sairi limt the captain of Hie i-.-r-glan sicanier slat- I on arrivnl ai Sr-uUi Shields thai sev- eral Germad sir.7hi.ns, apparently for f'ffiaip, about yftO Idnris upon his Though manv uf tlif: dnrts siriick ihe deck, he said ;ln thc Present war. Mi P. nip.uibcra of the crew escaped i This item still ban to he sanctioned ers are succoring the rel'ugeeg in ihis ibv hut xhe' Uudgct Com- country arouses one's admiration. mission, I'zz Frcstdenl. of the Ilcpuii-' J have visited a, civilian camp oT Mic and lie i.ires niin'isier.s njanoeii- j rcfusces u-hich is under nii'iilary ccn- in such a way Uic, item trol Houda. This was in wonderful was passed witlmut tSehato and contraet to the conditions existing in ajiprnpriatcd for the per-, the various camns oil the occasion of ceil on and manufacture of cnnnon, I my first visit, when one takes Into the existEiiL-j ol' whifch hud not hccu consideration thc fact thflt (he Dutch even dreamed of hy a single one of I government have over soldiers r thc 9liO deputieg who passed the up- j mobilized and In training. Their com- merciaJ ]jfo is practically destroyed, Since then similar tactics have bcra hind there is consequent "diBtreas be- j'olJowcfl at every aunual session of cause ot unemployment. All this has' _ Parliament. Without even daring to j to he provided Tor by the government [share thc secret with thc members of j and private donations, and it makes higher governmental i one amazed fit what they ore doing continued the for the Belaians. AL this camp iheiti arc 1500 Bel- gians housed In what were formerly ,._......_ conservatories. These are now sup- in Jjuijc Humlers vas hisiiLcd.-hut un- piled with steam heal, e'iectric light, til I'rance equipped with the baths, a shower bath, bulls, din- i gantic ioundiics and special inacliin-j ing rooms and sleeping apartments cry necessary to mfct any emergency j divided for men, and fainilieE. .is thc which might i They are very comfortable, and every- ihing is snollessly clcdn- I have no! j That eventually th2 script .leaked 1 doubt jn my mJntl (hat- for quite a joufc r.nrf tfir f.rcrm.'iiis Icarjirrl it is Jarge percentage of these people, the jnoiv udiniltsf] K- he a Tact. lint hn- conditions arc aa good if net better! 'Lnat tiirir thn arcrccyiin whicb it i than they had in their own ccnntry. 1 was .shrouded by a halt "dozen oi the On Friday lust I visited a camp near ihiplicst men of 1-Y.inL-p, has jitnnittcrt j Utree-Ill, where Helgian soldiers its development to a degree of pet- are interned. The expression on .tho Parliament ilie authorities of Fi j securing of approprip.tioris under var- j roiis titles, not only until the pcrfec- of ihe yun and its manufacture but the above-named committee are endeavoring'to overcome this. As Tar as is possible they have provided n sewing machine for every who tvllJ ygree to ivork elsht'hours a day. They rurnfsh material for the making of various hinds of garments for men and 'women They have cutters oC various kinds and superintendent for each and every department. Thc garments when made are the property of the committee, and they distribute them where they are niost need. employment to sonic of the men. .is hcing done at this camp is being attempted, at thu others, so as 1o itvcjitnally have, them all in work- ing trim. Thc committee -are not buy- ing the maehincs, hut arc renting them from dealers in. Holland paying live gulden a month. This seems to me to be charity taking its highest form, as it not nnly helps the people to Ijc sell respecting and lifts them little above charity, hut it also fiives them something 16 occupy minds as well as their hands. As occasion may offer I will visit other encampments nod give you my impressions in future letters. I had tire opportunity of examining a great, deal of Uic clothing brought, Thc remuneration paid to the op-j over the S, S. Doric, and it is -ratuifa- is one-gulden per week. They j very creditable, indeed, In fact much are allowed to draw 50 per cent, oi, oi it is ot superior quality, wH-h a Ihis, ami the balance is placed to i very small percentage oi interior ihcir credit, so that when tliu Lime) quality. In going through these ware- comes for them to return to their houses examining these goods, I was own country they will have a little! filled with pride and admiration for inouey in their pockets. In audit-ion' 'he people ol my n'atii'e ipro-vince, nnfl to this, there is a prize (o Uie valun could those who have contributed of Jive gulden, wliielt is distributed come in contact with these people as lonthiy to Ihs most rtlieicnt worker) T have done, they would be more than n e.irli ilepartmcnl. Also when a wo-; thankful of thu opportunity presented man has made, six suits of under-1; to them hy Mr. Murray to help in ev- she is privileged to keep one IT HO small a way this most worthy suit for herself or any member of her object. Yours very truly, E. B. EJdervin. family, They have-the intention also to start n tailor's shop, s'o as to give- al1 ''rant-c cnuniinc ioi the return lo lhc homeland .if Alsace anil Lor- and compli-tn ullimatc viclorv ATTACKS LOMZA PRETTV FAIR I'clrograd, JIarcli offlcifll Amiy Messenger announceri today that have been cap- Petrogrnrt. March Gorman lured bythe 'Russians in Gallcli aincc attacked ihc Rusnlan fort- j January 21. These include Auatrlaiis ou rlvor yes- and Germans. According Lo previous estimate! pub- rcss nt J terday, Ue War OiEice announced to- day. Fourteen bombs were dropped lhc and nine civilians I tho city of Lnjnza were wounded. January 21. lished here, Teutonic armies lost mon? than icction Germans arc still a faces of thcsfi people in widely rJilTer- long: wa.v from having hren sblc to ent from that of lbonc In oilier refugeG attain Ami in tlif meantime thc gun j camps. As one could readily see they is admHIcd already to have saved i feel the rcstralnl, and luck of possihil- Krantc ami on iis continued cflicacy ity of doing that wlilch is so much their heart's desire, viz., (lerendlng their country and homes. Their en- forced idleness is Iiarlng effect on their natures and temperamcJitB. The is doing 3 wonderful work. They have it so eyBtema'tized, thai, every need is re- corded and what IH being done or lias already been done to relievo the Bume. One thing that ufeaaed me i'ery much was the work of tha Rockefeller Foundation ooinmlUae of New York, under the direct I en of Mn Jenlfinson. It .has always seemed to me that the previous to enforced Idleness would IcH seriously on the future lives of tho refuecea, IMPOKTANT TO THE LADIES! AUCTION SALE Of Ladies Blouses AT THE BENTLEY CO. STORE TOMORROW (Saturday) AT 3 O'CLOCK PROMPT. There is absolutely No Reserve. Satimlay Evening at 8 O'clock: MEN'S OVERALLS, SMOCKS, UNDER- WEAR, HOSE, ETC. EVERY ITEM OF STOCK GOES TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. FRANK WADDINGTON WILL WIELD THE HAMMER. ;