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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta S^-'SDAILY AND WCEKl-Y. ^ ^ ^ SUBSCRIPTION- RAT5S: ly^vdaUverefl, per yfefcr..... ?4.00 r-.iy.l'by moil, per year....... S.OO Pekly, by mall, per year.... l.OO TELEPHONES: Jlrifesa Ofltce dJtofial Office J25S 1224 ^. A. Buchanan John To.rrane� aging Director Business Manager |he- war situation today Kfothing of momsnt appears ^o haw fen place to make; any change of pbrtance in the battle fronts. Tlie atches speak vaguely of violent iitlng for the possession of the scB of the Carpathians, Of the me main passes, the Dukla, the Us-� and the Lupkow, the first named ^reported to be In the hands of the ssians. ... Constantinople, aooording to re-rt's,. Is taking the forcing of the apelles as a foregone conclusion, he Russians are said to be "knock-at the Tjack door" with their fleet bombarding the forts on the sphorus. Should the Czar's forces upy Constantinople on their own atire further resistance .along the danelles may, perforce, be given The task confronting them is a �feasier one than the one facinK the glo-French fleet. This, if suocess-ily accomplished, will be considered S^*be'the greatest naval feat In hls-ry. t . , . Italys attitude still occupies a fore-tost plaxse of Interest, and every day ppeab to ibrin� her nearer the ibrink i-'throwing away hesitation, and as-|iunin� an oiEensive role. ^THE BRITISH PREFERENCE |!rbe Morning Post of London, 'Eng., aentlng on the part of the over-dominions on the war. says: jit may be said that Canada alone no local interest in fighting Ger-ay, yet here also it should be re-abered that Germany endeavored |g>revent Canada following the trade; licy which the Dominion had adopt- j livand it iS'to be presumed that aj orlous Germany would put a veto; l.'the Canadian preferential tariff." [ shows how the British Prefe^-; GKED UP IN INGI-1.' FOR 'i'HB BUSY Dr. W. A. Grow, a prominent physician of, Cljesley, Onl., IS head. A Masouic temple costmg J36,000 ift Crdokston^ Minn., was destroyed by fire recently. TliTce''ships-laden with nearly- 1,-: 000,000 bushels of wheat, left Portland, MB.,Jor English ports Friday. The liegina city council has reduced its grant to the" board of trade of that city iroiii $5,000 to $2,500. The farmers in tho Dundurn (Sask.) district, have . subscribed over $1,000 to the relief'of Belgians. Geo. W. McMullen, a prominent business men of Piclon, Ont., died on t'lie train on his way to Evanston, 111. ' Mrs. W.' D. Porley, -widow of the late Senator Perley, of Wolselcy, Sask., and a pioneer of Saskatchewan, is dead.' 'The government dam at Lake Kaches, Washington, burst and Cle Elum and'Enston, Washington, are under water. The Western University, of London,-Out., w^ill equip a full hospital unit for services with the Canadian troops. Mrs. Mary Pnngle. aged 87, a well known Vancouver citizen and a pioneer of British Columbia, is dead. The motion to have a referendum on state-wide prohibition in Minnesota, wj& defeated in the house of representatives. Elzeai'Clouthier was burned to death iii his-home in Montreal. Another man was fatally burned in another liire which broke out at the same time. J. H. Brock, managing director of tie Great West Life Assurance Co. since its organization 22 years ago at Calgary, died at Long Beach, Cal.. lately.  ^ Private Smith of the Strathcona Horse, training, in Winnipeg, dropped dead while engaged in a friendly boxing bout witit his comrades at the barracks.- Rev. Dr. Mackenzie, president of theElmtra Ladies' College, Elmira, N. y., and: fgt over 40 years Presbyterian minister at Embto, Ont., is dead. James Lowry and two of his children, of Picton, Ont., were burned to death in. a fire which destroyed their home. Two other children jumped from the.wintlbwi and escaped. W. P. Macleah, M.P.P., was renominated by, the Conseraatives of Nelson at a. convention recently. James H. Schofield.M.P.P., has been again selected'as candidate for Trail Conservatives-in the forthcoming provincial election. (?eorge Arthur Gatehouse for some time manager of the Montreal brsinch ot the Sloan Cotton Co., ol Philadelphia,' is under arrest in Liverpool, Eng., charged .with' trading with the enemy. lie is p,l!sged to have made preparation to "sell a species of cotton-to the Germans which is used in the manufacture of explosives. Is considered in fie- Motherland., ft^the "wsi- tariil" of the govem-at at Ottawa -comes very nearly what a victorious Germany ht Ibo expected to do. A little de-Eition -K'ou-ld lead to the belief that, : opinion of the Post at any rate, edotng the British Preference is f In favor in the old land. The eroment at Ottawa without douibt .a good start in a direction the would follow If they had a nee. Not much of a ibooat for. ; who have'atways considered selves ultra-Joyal. Akatoon is taking steps to vn-U'vide land. Merely the obsequies fasihadly inflated real estate boom. ners are advised to grow barley. Ithey follow Nlcik Taltinger's ex-'.and gro\y the right stuff they a'i, be afraid of the market. vemments persist in -wasting the ople'B money in spite of a falling ^enue. Tlie "iwaste is not confined gone party alope-all of them are A partlci^arly glaring case is ted m the Calgary -Western which says; Dominion government has ap-John T.'Matthewa superin-gnt of survey and measurement . and also surveyor of accom-ation for setlmen, at Edmonton. lf^|fiiould not jiave to work very ^^^jonsiderin^ that Edmonton is . hundred'pjiles from the sea, lie only tiling to be seen in the ).;>-pf .a vesB'd|is a small steam-jE'^'Biiid a few pleasure canoes. Jobs Jftbe scarce 1^'Edmonton. It re-'one of a-trural constituency p�a8t';Whero-{a man with a polltl ^v^as: appoAited by the LiberilB |ob'as Inspefetor of Weights and -Only-the Liberal man had ve shops tjO Inspect, while the Edmontop cannot possibly he '.same 'nn'miber of sihips. They ^ 'J 5 the thiaig in a; different way A guard hits fbeen-placed ^%*fit^e parlisiment buUdlngs at "Ji^/Brunswlbk capital, where'-a - now helng-h:eld>-und ihaiiy " .;Tv6rl^6r wlib -jms^owt '3f i^oy-caring'a gun and ifte^ ^ }iQij|,counJtp', also drawing liis ^ongh th'cire Is probably liot ^j,: .-within 11 wo  hundred miles jbarllamenii buildings."- EI14^VE J>ARK HAFR AND LOOK YOUNG Don't ai.iy.'gray! Nobody can tell , when you darken Bray, faded hair -wIth.;Sage Tea and Sulphur. �Grandmother kept her hair beautifully darkiened, glossy and abundant writh a-bT,6w of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Wheneve'r her hair fell out or took on 'that dull,' faded or-streaked a/p-pearanqe, this simple mixture was applied Tvith wonderful effect. By asking at any drug store for "W^yeth's Sage and Sulphur Ciiin-pouad," you will giit a large' bottle of this old time rertpe, ready to use, for about 50 cents. This simple mixture can be depended upon to. restore naturail col-iT and beauty to the hair and is splen-;1id for dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and falling hair.: v.; A well-known downtown druggist -iays everytbody.uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, becaiise it darkens so natur-�tlly'andfe-venly that noibody can tell it has �beeii.'applied-It's so easy to .s�p tpo-v-Ybn Mmply dampen a comb -if; soft 'bBish and draw it through yojjr hair, 'taking one strand- at a time. By,morning the gray hair,disappears; after aiibOier application or two, it is restored to lbs natural color and looks glossy, soft and abundant. Sold by J. Dl'Higinbotham & Co. Limited. DONALDSON LINE Largp, Twin-Screw Steamers. Sailings to and from Europe. JReductioii II Cabin Kate. All Steamers. From Wbntrcal- From Glasgow- May 8,. CASSANDRA ..April 24 June 12.... ATHENIA ....May 29 June 19.. CASSANDRA ..June 2 Full Information from any S.S. or R.R. Agent, or H. E. LlDMAN, General'Agent. ! -Winnipeg -- 349 Main Street Vancouver - 531 Granville Street nTSSiS'rta I9j;%cip='ic: REDUCTION 11 CABIN RATE  $50 ALL STEAMERS St. John--Liverpool Service METAGAMA (New) ...Apr. 9 Gr|imp1an�.i.. i......... .Apr. 16 -MISSANABIE (New) . ;Apr. 23 VPo'" P""*'""'""" apply to an/':Ra;iway or Steamship Agent yv.vCv GASEY, General Agent 210 Portage ^venue, Winnipeg. those f068 ;.o: . fairly, xem^dyi � correotave -of digestion. .. and worse suffering is jbelieved :ll|)^nipti}i|f, prevented^ by tiihAw*^^ BEECHAM!S PltLS Let'this wonderful remedy tone your stonuush, stimulate your liver: and- kidneys, regulate your bowels and' you will fe^l improved throughout your entire >'Bystem.'and minor-ailments of life^ BeecMnv's -FJUsf Are the Right First AU The Herald's Ottawa Letter GoA'^eniment Refused Offer of Gompromise !F3.-omL Opposition on Budget Whereby the!liberal: Amendment AVould Have Been Withdrawn Had Clause Increasing Barriers Aga,inst British Goods Been Struck Out-Mi'^^-jfetichaiian Strongly Frges Adoption of Permanent Policy for Leasing Blood Reserve, Giving Adjacent Earmei's Right to Graze Stock^There- Roche Says He Will Consider.. Ottawa, March 25.-The tiberals at the conclusion of the budget ' debate offered to withdraw their amftndment if the government would conSent to withdraw its proposition to -dtcrease the British preference. It-was a clear cut offer, aad had the government accepted it, there would .have,-been no vote on the budget. The .iaot, that Miey refused indicates, that they are more desirous of protecting the Canadian manufacturer against oompeti-tioft with the Mother Country than they are of keeping - Britain's trade active. ^Instead, of assisting ^in the development of Britain's trade with Canada they hamper itv.a^.'the very moment they are securing the money to run Canada's affairs from the British government. It.was on this point the parties disagr.eed., Hon. G. P. Graham shaved the path to unity but the government. jre{used to take it. Drop the increased bhri;ier'to, British trade, he said,- and werWill drop the amendment,- The gpyernment remained silent and then there was a vote. The Liberals voted.-td.-retiin the present British preference ; i\ie Tories voted to add to the difaculties of British trade in Canada. OFFER FROM THE LIBERAL^ It is worth quoting the closing words of Mr. Graham's speech, in which the offer, of a wthdrawal of the Iiiberal amendment was made. Here is what he said: Hon. gentlemen have argued tha.t the preference is being maintained. In other words, they are givihg Great Britain only one black eye wton thev could have' given heir the other black eye.'The fact remains that-to the extent of five per cent; it will be more difficult to-do business with Great Britain after this proposed legislation becomes law than it was before.'Let me put it this way to the minister. Great Britain is giving us $150,000,-000, the interest oh which at .44 per cent, is $6,500,000. We import from the motherland about $133,000,000 worth of goods yearly, the duties on which at 5 per cent, would amount to $6,650,000. There is -therefore, a slight difference between the interest we are going to pay the motherland on the money we are getting from her and the value of the barrier which we are placing against British trade. That is, we say to the motherland : wf; want your money and we will pretend to pay your interest, but we will put up a barrier, against your trade wliich will enable us to. get the money back .from you. At a time when ye have as pur Allies the great nations of' the world-r-G-reat Britain is not.our ally ;-Great Britain is ourselves-is it a time to take such a course as this ? The world' is largely controlled by sentiment.' Is it a time for the � Dominion of Canada, whose men are fighting side by .side with the sons of the Mother Country, to put up trade barriers against Great Britain, who is supplying iis -with money. The Minister of Finance himself told us. that we could not get our money except by the consent of the British Government at a time when our sons aw lighting side by side with Tommy Atkins in the trenches, is that a time for the'daughter to put up a trade barriier against the great mother ot the household ? Even it my hon. friend were right-and I do not admit for a moment that he is-are the interests of Canada which might be served by these proposals paramount to the great object lesson that would be given to the world at the present time, if, while compelled to raise taxation against the goods coming from other countries, we should not increase the taxation against Britain, who is bearing so large a part of the burden of the world's war at the present time ? The.Finance Minister ought to see to it - .and this is the gist of the amendment of my right honorable leader-^that the tariff against Great Britain be hot raised at the present time. I have hot cpnsiilted with my leader, but i think I am Mfe In making the proposition that'If the Finance Minister will, agree not to raise ,this barrier against trade with Great Britain at the present time, we will withdraw the .proposed amendment. This would get rid of the bogey raised, by the Prime Minister today, With regard to want of confidence In the g'pvernment There is no difference between us at all as to the necessities of prgviding Ipr the war. There is no dilTcrence between hon. gentlemen oh this side arid !/-.lK)n.-. gentlemen on the Mher side of the House in i.thei.deBlrfi to stand shoulder to shoulder .-wi'th the mother land in this great conflict, We have beside us some of. between the difierent owner's. ;,^he "question has been surrounded by good deal of difficulty and trouble; and^inasmuch as the Indians are getting quite a reyeniie under the existing temporary arrangement, we have not seen lit to disturb it. "We are quite open, ho-^yever, to take into con--sideration the suggestion of the hon. member. We have consulted the Indian inspectors ; and they have consulted the Indians, and I understand that, the great preponderance of the Indians present at the meeting, were against that policy. I do not know-Whether that was their view at the qutset or ' not, but I am sure the 5Jiief inspector would not be guilty of attempting tp stampede the Indians *to an opinion that they had not held-ju-the first place. MAUiVSELL'S HAVE PEIGAN ' � LEASE Mr; Warnock : How many head of stoc| are Gordon and Ironsides allowed-to carry on the reserve? Mr. Roche : .They can go to the limit of a!bout 7,000. , Mr. Warnock : How.many ara-Maun-soU Brothers allowed to carry,-ou the' Peigan reserve ? .':'t f, :.,} Mr. Roche: About 1,000., Mr. Warnock: HasjitheiJease been renewed to. Maunsell'Brothers ? Mr. Koche: Yes, a five-year least. R. E. W. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE - r^. ... ' int EDMUND WALKER. CV.O,I.L.D,D.CL.,I>nwideat : LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD. Aaa't Gcnaral MaiMM V^C. BBOWN. Superiatendcat.ef Ccatral Waateia BraaU>m)*:i^'A''.>^:^ ^^'^ '\ ;