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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGB DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 191B ..TELEPHONES: W. D. 'v I iFini: voting.' lawyer of. 'ToVonto, is Business. OIllco EdilortnPOBlce '..f-r'1'] v Dr. Samuel G. Smil-li; clprgyhinn, Midi-social ol> Paul, -S.. -.1: Ireland, principal', of tljiiuilton jkri-'Jchuolj ULe'd iu his Bcyouu J; u fi Tore lignites irfcKJngplace .Mtweeu tint up, tb'-. dike Ihp Hussions and (tie Jlifslre-German; lioriu.r roll Is troops for the- possession of Eln-p- 2'4. zofc. oue of Ilie main pusses of ilie i "Knsf Hart, aged :p. Carpathians, nolhing 0! importance Is injurcc! in a liHlic-i'.eil on tl'-e battle fronts. The .bile accident in'Seattle. THE 5 a waiting! Tin- Dominion Chain Co.xof Niagara 'arpalhi.'.usi; Falls has., rece'iytii two large or- irtmr-lhe British and Freiwn- Kev. .David Ryan, a superannuated Methodist'minister, died at bis home apparent tranaullity denotes a waiting! fnr .Invblopments-' ih" the 'Carpatlii.'.ns., F....- .._. Heel's irtmr-lhe British and vhich arc.bound to alter, or_-moqilj, u'ni-oriiiiiints- Jhe rt'spcctivp jiiflns of campaign. The Russian fleet is .reported to be I considerably sirvnstliened by the ad- in his soth dition of four l-lid down year. Iruui three to four years ago, -c6roB-el- "Jay W New York liave been rushed to completion, i Of Men's and Young Men's New Spring Clothes 'masMM SATURDAY tho ebfiiniciicenient of Spring we ore going to give our ptt-trons-siv opportunity to buy the Spring Models in Sbciety Brand Clothes Fit-Reform have been rushed to completion. citljidt u, York ;lt prjces arc "LESS" than YOU Will IjG asked to INIV for iivftr- nre important additions m Co., dead in lied bv .....L ThcV.ack Sea fleet as a whole was Jav at White Sulphur Springs, V ioi' SUltS CISCAVJiere. UU1' USSOl'tmeilt 13 Complete-IU tllC iS CW Styles, Colors and "Palmes. ._ The mucli lalked o[ Breslau has re- ceived a dose of own medi- cine administered by Turkish hands Jn ilie shape of a is report- -ctl damaged repairs. This makes llie Turkish a non-oifecUve quantity iii the defence oC ilie Bosphorus. HONORING THE An innovation has been introduced into ilie LeUibridse schools. in the shnnc ot the airl putting in 10 practice, of the idea suggested the Daughters oE the. Empire 6t National Anthem every day in .ever? classroom. The I: O. D..E. sugsesliQnT the School Board for its ready QC ccptance. Ons M3.V pmctlc1 of honoring .the flag, as mstilutet iiere, has not been in vogue in tbi schools of the British Isles. For thi tJiere is a reaBoa. There there is ni need for systematic .outward honor ing. What-iJie-.ilJig means and .wha it sienifiea, is a. Eentimeat which re- quires ,no outward- parade to shoT tlmr1 it exists.' Here, however.' coittli ticns.. due .to pur cpsmopblltan ,pop ulation and circumstances .which our' children, more or less, out o touch with are "different. Conse quentlv; (.he honor and respect due tt our Xo.better-method could have-beec Sdojited for this purpose than ilit ipractice initiated. No-better time than the occasion is 10 regretted .tould-hare been'chosea for'the'nmr ..'Departure. .In the-cqiuparaiive ee-j ity: anfi, p-eJiare. enjoyed immunity of our shores' from at- ...lack, while the great European con the iiiighllneEs piece; oE must Lcopie home 3S beins.-.'Joiir sure shield1' an'd A WAR EXPENDITURE COM- PARISON American writers who review .the ent war are naturally, prone to it -witli the Civil War in' their jrvrn .country. Edward E_- Pratt, chief jjbf the bureau 'domestic Commerce of the .prepared- figures; estimated; on'a per Capita .iippulation, which has worked (rbut at in Uie expenditures on the present campaign as agalnst, 5159 per "in" tlie cost of toe GIvil War. The following are'-Mr. Pratt's Eg tires wluch do not include the Domin- ion csppndlture treat _... i-Ustrfa-Hungary UHissia 'capita dent debt. ?34 39 -17 35 15 ,......_... 44 Grand Jfltal: Debt (per capita t of the present-cam v _jp? 'is jet not reached-that of ,War. BO the-a'bore calcula- 4ion Patt 3te only regarded' >s torn jorary A dispatch says the "has-been faised and'ns jiow part of the Brit- mh Oeet.. IVonder-Jiow-. to continue the tactics recently tiught her.. _ I The opposition is m'akinR nianj' noutMngt, about the Albeidi fail- wlien it to a flioitn. doMn the blufi falls .flat, Prct- jkj poor soit of opiiosition, that. General Von Ivluck had a scrap fend got himself shot. Here's hoping Ibc Kaiser teep t pu 1 Itaiis ihat he be.smntcd permission ito enlist in the foreign lesion under ao assumed najne. Jliss J.ine Addnms "of Chicago has i been ohoseo. chairman of tie Interua tJonal Cangres.? of which is to'assemble at Tlie Hague, April 2S. She wiS'sail from New York April 13. Henry. Starr, a notorious Oblate Imndit, 'who .is. wanted for several large bank robberies, was captured by a 19-year-old bcv, who received If 1000-reward Ipr the capture, i Rev." Arthur' Bright of Parkdale Presbj-terian church has received an i call from the ccusrega- Htfin -SherT jbrooke.. -Action, Jor :J10.000 damages' agaiast-J.e- an Ottawa .-bv-vDrr'-Jobn Cbijliot, arising out of a report of a "meeling'Henri Bourassa held.In Ottawa .on.-December 16 last. JV-J.H- .Spainger, late head of the Saskatcou.detective force and now on bail pending'..hearing of "a charge pE Inciting two crooks to burglarize a 'store at Scoit, was up again. He was rfimaHded for one week. .The Jury on the murder of Annie Armstrong by James Stevens, a nar.do.boy, afterwards killed him- self, the Bamardo Homes for Jack of aitenrion la training arid habits of" hoys placed In Canadian ".Dfspatches received in diplomatic circles'', in'.Washington'yesierday-Iras.. L diplomatists in Mexico City, 'said it was .understood there that 'General forces was re- turnljig. tq'.lJie capital, and tbat Zap- '3re about to evacuate. It's Your Suit On! Easter Sale. Jaster Sale... 820.00 Suits. Easter Sale.. 622.50 Suits. Eiistor Sale... Suits! Jaster Sale... Sale. Big price reductions in other lines of New Spring Merchandise for men. Including Oliiett Pcabody aud W.-G-. E. :ancl otliei- makes; and Sale table, your choice.......95C N c c e a r Specially Priced Thursday and >Sat VANCOUVER LIB. .CANDIDATES t. B-C., .March 30.-r-The were nominated tonight by the LiberM convention for "McDonald, president Smithi president of the Van- couvejtx-n'Rjl Liberal associa- tion DeB. rarrjs. Tatrict Don- and 1C.: S. OF THE MIKE OVER Sec how tKat fell ow who ttiinka of oDying u directing his firit .tminalianto the tires. "H0 Diinlop iirej." He bicycle equipped ibone'dillcrenl tirci hai -its. lent fortunate in i.lie quality -.race. Seethatyour bicycle 'Mlh-DunlopTllcllon Tretd or Dunl.p BUS TRflrridW TREA.> if ;TIRE i RUBBEI HODS -COMPANY LIMITID Office. TORONTO ui'ciiii' LBAD.raa CITIES akers '-'at for Antamoblloa, S iUtiff. anjil 'General Rubber JsTeckwear. regular 50c qual- ity.' "Sale 25c 60c qiial-' ity.. -35C BTec-t-weaiv-regular 75c qual- ity.. Sale. -SOC -BARGAINS IN THE SHOE The Geo. A. Slater Shoe; re-' 'jgulai1 S6LOO and Easter .Sale P-iice Qtlier makes' in Men's Eine. .regulai-i3-.75' aiid.J4.00. nd that In its place certain demands should be made of ittf 'pr'e-emptor equivalent to the each" eonilderatibn.. He proposes that If a pre-emptpr ,pre- in dp "o; fers to pay In cash' that he fap but if he voind1' ratheridBvote :lbe acres at to Improvements'to hla to Increased and to' plscfiiff llveatoch on hU he ih'pliltT be allowed _ to- do no, provl4pd: be'-con- tinues to reside''on Ibe land for a further reildenci period. It would mean get patent to his prs-eiDptJop 'by, a cash payment, preferred', be cotild.reside on1 his a f.urther ttieri pa-, tent after having'imnrovfed to the extent of the' cash payine'nt.' Ducbanan faels.'that' j pient of. the money In'Impripvameihtfe: re 320 I on a man's own permanencj1- frf rtsWance'." er'b Increased blrn closer to' tbe property.. The nan who paid cash would not cause these extra not be exacted from'him.; As it fannora pay.'caah 'tot their O'n tbe oLhtf hand, they cab (ovest .their labor. In improvements, and would bi 'irillfBc. to reside louier on the cash payment not In of Uili tui, tkin sarily a .wide divergence of but IlucQana'n holda that the proposed .finance would he a great relief -td Hundreds of farmers and 'would also liid to permanent .settlement, than the cash payment. Mr. Buchanan tcok the matter with Hon. Dr. Roche, but no changes are belug considered in the act thla, year. The minister made tile follow: ing statement, to Mr., Buchanan.: 'It IB not my Intention to introduce any legislation at this session to. amend the Dominion Lands Act in'ihlr particular, as I felt I 'went.as far as f p'oraibly 'could In the legislation .of last session. You will see the diffi- culties in acceding tb such a request, as we would undoubtedly be besieged' by those who have paid in whole or In part f or a refund; which would involve many mlllicns of dollars, whlcll we certainly are not in. a. tlon in the present condition of fi- nances, to accede to. We are, htfwr ever, dealing very leniently with those who' are behind in their-payments, and unable to promptly pay their In- stalments, nnd we.trust that the crop, of this coining season may be such as to put thoao settlers In a better po-. Bition to meet future payments." Much nil been Bald about the Changes made in tho pre-emption law. last session. It Is tme that a home- steader can prove-up In three years on proijinptioh. If he has the money. When 'the minister introduc- ed tbe amendmenli he provided for the removal of the Interest for the first three-years. That aided the nian who was able to pay the prin- cipal Instalment-at Hie-' end: cf tho threi.years, but the" farmer'who need- ed to avail hlmBclf of the for -principal payments woti'.d havo had (o pay Interest Aid Mr. Bucninan and other wcttern nieinbern nc! M- voclted Ihe'Temovii of nil Interest BdyineritB. Dr. Roche yielded to'his argument, ahd it ponlhle for a farmer, who meeli his principal payrntnts. regularly, alter tho three-year period, to avoid Interest chiirgei. Dr. Hoche's otlitinal pro- for the first throe years-: and the vts leound by reuon of the arjumtntl of veilera. tIMMl members, u report! wttlUuonl W. liLUSTKATING FIGHJ FOR WOODS The Freiich- official eyo-witne3a dcscrilbea a (ioslly -ttiit, aucceaaful flght for Jiciwccn Squain nnd PertliesL the Importance'of the poslllon, To NIG horlli of Hie battle Hne. in this region is a railway running to Voii7.ifira and llio A roomie fi'oin ivhlch. s the! GeHnan'.trcnohcs'with-amnnuiition and food. OP CANADA Union Bank MCMH..U Clvn IMcn BaiklH There li-o grovlnji tendenCT, vhlch ire aiyarilwtef- cd, tovard closer relations between business Men and their tankers, vlth a broader and more valuable'service Irom bank to cuVonw. Open an account vlth (ho Union-Bank of and.Uke advantage ol the exctpilonal facilities which .pur 320 lo'oller. aHANCH BRANCH A. B. 0. R, TINNINO. ;