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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTHDRIUGE DA'LT HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 191G She fctbbubge Ixralo Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: delivered, per year..... Diily, by mad. imr year...... by mail, per year.... S-l.uo 2.00 1.00 elblo, lhau to loavo part of Uiia year's biirUeu to be abouUlcu'd next ycur. LflthbrlclBo toiltty Is In a position thai one year of. nuniml times would practically H'ilie ovit Hunting Indebted- ness, aud the will tllcn umlei-- a Berles of nimunl shrinkages which will be tlio best, proof lliul om1 radical tendencies have il foinidivlion in fioou municipal practice. TELEPHONES: Business, Offlce OBice J 'JOS 12J1 W. A. Buchanan John Torranct General Itotlia. premier of South -Vfricn. 1ms sliou'il wonderful (net in dtvilliiK with tin- rebels tslsra in con- nection M'itli the uprising. Wet nil] lie Piived from ilii- he. so rlcllly deserves, aurt every one of the rebels Svill be given the opporluu- jity o[ considering the difference in WllUNBOXTrlE "RADNOR" ANEW, Djreclcr Business Manager ireaimem they received and what j they might, expect bad tiermflny bei'u THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Jin Britain's place. 'with niiiticrs. more or less, QUICE-I cent nloug the oilier baitlelroms. Hie I Air. Tweeuio opiues lie will hUualion in Golicia, ivJiicli has SHSUI cd n nev aspect sinte tlie oi or Praemysl tlie Russians, .beconius for Uie lime being ihe centre ot terest nre made aware thai couflict is being waged foi possession or time main nasscej through'the Carpathians, the Uiot. I Uie Dukla and the Lupkov, TO the plains of 'Hungary.' Tint tho resist- ance put tip by the enemy here will lie desperate, considering what the presence ot the Russians across the mountains would mean to tie Aus- trian Empire, nifty he reckoned OE. But the Russian forces vrllirh are non- taking the offensire here are a con- siderably more formidable body than those ,who had previously trailed through the passes. The occupation of the Masyar scrap on Ihc inteErity ot Premier Sifton. It Tweedie is !su hard up for scandal let him hie to i and help Sam Hitelies to put "ARROW COLLAR APRIL ia flesh, was iljstrilinleil to, the starving. Dudley Ka.vcelt, jilins Knight, was tirtestod in llegiiu. on suspicion ot having rohbi'd several dental parlors. Coeaiuy was the only thing; stolen from nay ot the enlrred. lU'v. Dr. HiMumont, one, of the ohl- rsi Auglicau ministers iu Canaila, is dead. He was 87 years of age Ups and Downs in a Boy's Life will cull Mm Hilly Uc- cuuso bis i-Bftl unmo uuirtL not UQ hud ii chfdiwoil course during the last four years. His was ft poor city m'e n-few such oven In CalGiiiY. Uis was :i slovenly creature, ivllli HUlo iiiowledge of thu art of hciuflektiepfng. lor dovir disposition WRS scnrceJy uore lUtrsccivti Hum Cie UM-atrewji rooms ovw whlcli situ .presided Distress, or poerjy-prepiired meals luit slio servi-d with the air of .one Uo hftd done her full duty, lier: born in for ;iiid lived in Louilmi has bet'i. recenTil jit Sydney That the rrett- of the Emrt'.'n, which clamps oa the bootmakers aud wliniilw ship was sunk ami a] commandeered the schooner Avsha, T ihe'llie Garlands Imve been robbhiK; thc telegraphic station Dominion government nl every ;at Sumatra, March 1 and turn. He irlll find scnntlnl cut and carried off nearly all of the stores. Marguerite Schmitt. a French man sentenced to death as n spy plains by the Russians will mean one of the greatest assets hitherto achiev- ed of the campaign, not only from Its military importance, but from Uie effect it must have on the neutral altitude ot the Balkan States. An item which may he of some sig- nificance Is the removal of tho Ger- man headquarters from Bruges to Eeloo. 12 miles further east. It may Ije due to the fact that Bruges is too near the sea coast and, consequently, more opeo to air raids, or it may pre- sage i matins ready for the enemy's j dfpart'jre which he anticipates may he soon forced on him by the AJlies. RICKED UP IN 5 .ASSING FOR THE EUSV Billy calletl her mother, uml Qusehold he called home, hut these 'words, among- the siveotest in Hie language, had no pnrliculnr meaning to him. He apenl Ihe major portion "f his time with the back iilley and lived for mischief 'that he could do. The leader of the pan? was u rare mechanical genius, Ltolieil doors aud Yule yielded to his mngfc touch. He ivciild eiHer shops mid jmrloju jirt- Icle? not tor their intrinsic worth, but for the satisfaction he fell iu perform- ing the fenl. Billy proved nn ape stu- dent. Petty p-i'ltering added snicc to Jin otherwise nionoloti- L'aitrtl States homestead seekers. 7cr bring coHrl-.naftiallcd, "'as siiot yesterday. Hy her oiv.ii admission at her trial the woman accepted '200 francs (S-LO) irom the- Germans to en- olls Scheduled for dealnic- tec ihe Brench lines and obtain m- tlou, he early wound up for thp. [oriuiiUon. wrecking crew. On his first appear It is announced in Calgary that H. noce ju the Juvenile Court he wit A. Shamuroor.', manager of Toronto given into the charge of a special pro office oi the Canadian pacific Hailway [.r.tion officer, but the patience cE Ihi has heen transferred lo good man ivas soon exhausted by a [Calgary, ami that G. A. C. Phillip wartj H-uo proved to he long on prom Calgary ollicc, has teen trans-. jses, but short performance. Through the good offices of the Sup eriutendent oi the department of De J. Bruce Walker reports a larger number of enquiries of the ivest irom tared (o manager oi the Montreal of- ficc. J. E Gustus farmer, of B-r. Karl Liebvuecht, Socialist mem- I linquent Children, Billy wfis given Alta. sold bushels ot oats at her of the Reichstag, has been inus- other opportunity to reueeu' him 75 cents and made 515 an acre on his tered into the army as a member oi That old associations be broken land a Landsturm regiment and assigned and familiar temptations avoided. 4n express package containing to service in Aiiace. This action is home was found for him with a weM 000 belonging to the Home bank supposed to have been due to his ac- known and respectable farmer. En Lintjsav Onl was stolen after its tion in the fieichstag on Saturday in vironment counts, but it takes urue to arrival yesterday. Canada lias contributed budget, worth of looti and clothing for relief in Belgium, according to n report is sued yesterday by the commfssion. A Copenhagen dispatch says thai the Germans hare prohibited pastry- Saturdav next under voting against ihe adoption ot'ihc work a radical change In altitude and disposition. One dBys u few weeks AN ANTELOPE PRESERVE The matter ot establishing an ante- lope preserve in the Chin Coulee is L- one -which should not le allowed to only arrest tie passing Interest ot t the people of Lethbrldge and the v south district. It is'one which should ;r materialize, ana measures to effect i- the same should be taken up .by the live organizations, such as our Board j. oi Trade, in Southern Alberta. To preserve a fauna which may Charles Howe, a lad, residing at Aylmer, was instant- ly .killed when struck on the heed by a falling tree. Joseph Hanilin was buried under tons of stone when a charge ot dyna- mite exploded at Pointe du Lac, Que., while he .was examining it. During the last six years the mem- bership of Orange lodges in Saskatch- ewan has trehled there ate now members and 300 are m the firing linc. J. R. Collings paid his tases S50Q to the city on a Dominion Trust caeque just before the com- pany failed and Calgary seeks to lake him par again. The King has awarded the Albert Medal of the second class to James very soon become eilinct is pan of j Carter, a C, P, R. brakeman, for national duty. The aspect with- out doubt, he recognized toy the gov- ernment at Ottawa, it it was duly pre- Irrespective of the aid to our natural history, tlie estaDlishmeot ot an ante- lope preset-re will be an taset to the neighborhood. The expense attached to creating it will not be very Urge. At any rate it ie ae much a necessity as regulations for the preservation of came. The Ideality of the 'spot seleertd, aud [he fact that Southern Alberta in the habitat of the antelope, eaould count a great deal towards bringing about what is desired, and it only needs a pressing home crra- taJllBine it. ARE WE HADICAL? The Calgary Herald, cojnmentifig on the of charter amendments, bc- lore the Home it Edmonton, "Western cities are all experiment-1 .Ing more or less "with their charters. Edmonton ia now asking for changes which will greatly extend the muni- cipal franchise. Calgary has the usual grist oC experimental amendments to Ha charter, and Lettrfaridge, winch is perUape the most radical of all Al- terta cities, also wants to try out a new scheme of assessment." Lethbridge is, w.e believe, leading :tue irayitt.municipal reform in -efti Canjda. there is more or criticism of the commlBsloners, jliey are doing good, work under the circumstances, and the criticism really "is; a good" thing; Coi1 It munl- problems would vanish, is tho .one thing we must guard against In commission government. The Herald lias it on good authority that .Calgary and FMmontpn councils are bending all their energies tline was too exacting- H may be :bat -Hie sea had DO voice for him, at my rate his ready wit was equal to the emergency, and 'when Billy was nest heard cf he was far inland. Had ie been content to live by industry, nstead ty his wit this, last escap- ade would have been over-looked, a3 he navy officials evidently made no effort to apprehend him. A stolen saddle was, however, traced to Billy's door. His brief, hut varied life hls- ory was .unearthed, with the result hat lie was returned to the Industrial clicol, the only home in ivhfch be hail rasdc any progress thus [ar. From the moment of his second entry, there hag iot been one stain upon his record. He icctime intensely interested In a onrse in mechanical engineering to he was set. Hit, scientific hand- Ing of. the boiler room of the instiLu- jou during the last winter ot tils stay educed the fuel'bill by at least 36 er cent, Since hia release he has been at ork upon an engine. His ambitions eem to have, hcen realized at last. .e is intensely interested in his work nil aUllful In the performance of It. t looks as though after many ups nd downs, be is finally on toji, and IB etermlnEtl to stay there-. Hnd his oiirse property directed during early home lire, the department ould no doitbt have never heard of [m and Billy would have been saved iany a bitter experience. "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car TTl Price No advance price of the "3lade III Tvil! mnde 'because of the additional Wnp; Tariff. We as loyal Canadians will gladly" -absorb whatever Increased duly forced to pay oiivsucli rnv; maierlals as cuiuiot bo ottflined at liome. The Ford is manufactured in asscmTjled in Canada. Tile Ford Runabout is .55-10; the .Tojvn cjir ?S30; Uio Coupelet tlie Sedan" fully equipped L p. b. Ford. Ont. Ford'buyers'will share in our profits if we sell cara between August 1 1914 aud August 1, I91S. THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. 25 Years' of Public Service ijy.thc. City of Leth- should lie a giiarantcc of confi- dence nnd trust. THE MANAGEMENT WILL ATTEND TO ALL THE OE- TAILS OF ADMINISTRATION OF THE ESTATE; UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE EXECUTOR. We have .a Grocery and Hardware busineaa Tor lale, cloie to CardEtgn. Write for British Canadian Trust Co. OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. COnybeai'e Block Italy lips many co-operative soti- lics assostolcd with the trade union ADMINISTRATION of ESTATES .The wide experience or our officers and executive staff ensures the utmost efficiency fu the administration of estates. The foes tiro as moderate as for an individual executor of necessarily limited experience. Consult with us regarding the appointment of your executor, WRITE FOK OUR BOOKLET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public A.dminiitrator and Official Assignee (or thf Judicial DlilrictB of [.ETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West. Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank of Csnmercs Bldg., J. W. McNIcol Inipielor ;