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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MAUCH lit, 1915 THE LETHJJIUDGE DAJLY tl t, ft A L D PAGE SKVW Order Tomorrow Morning HOT BUNS 20c per dozen 2 dozen for 35c Orders (alien up till isoon Thursday for de- livery (Hot) early Friday morning have purchased the. business ant! good- will of the Union Bakery, and give all former patrons- of the Vuloii Bakery our usual Good Service. JOHN GILMORE MANUFACTURER OF QUAKER BREAD Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Bind Ribbon pure food products arc the standard of cjiinlily and purity. There i.s no "jnsl as good" as the best. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder are sold as are all other Blup'Ribbori. gd'ods guhrautcletr'io .give perfect salisfnclion. Can We Force the Dardanelles? The Allied Fleet's Chance of Accomplishing the Greatest Military Feat of the Campaign [By ARNOLD WHITE -in the Man- chetter Sunday If Egypt Is the heel of Achiles for Hie British Empire, the British heel IH well The defence oi the Suez Canal IB ft bagatelle compared with the laak of forcing the Dardanelles. Noth- ing ehort or Titanic is the Attempt of the British and French fleets to storm their way through (o the Black Sea, to .effect a. junction with the Russian Afloat or Ashore SEAL BRAND is itill the favorite IT IS SUPERB! Army and Fleet, to reduce Coiistanlin- oiAe, to drive the Turk oul of Europe, and to lower the.price of bread in Bri- tain by releasing the 'Tluasiau corn ships. It ie a work for giants. The reduction of the Dardanelles forts aad the destruction of the ene- my's minefield is a work to be done only by iron will; great naval skill anil unbounded wealth, well laid out. Bas- ed .upon, the coat of production for ex- plosives, shells, and raw material in peace time, every 12-lncli. gun, [ires lour hundred and fourteen golden BOV-I of !lud of gun3' ereigna into the air at' every discharge. Price's have gone up since the cost of tiring-'a 12-inch shell 'was calculated, according to the formula I possess. It is more important to 'win the -war than to it cheaply. British guns and explosives now turned on the Ger- man defences of tliu Dardanelles better than anything the Turks were able to provide uji to the outbreak of war. The Ciermiiiis have undoubtedly strengthened the Dardanelles defences and reduced the English chances of I The Admiralty and the Task What aro the chances of success in this tremendous operation? No lay- man answer the tiuestioii. it is certain, however, that some long Iieatls af. the .Admiralty are acting on Nelson traditions with regard lo shot holes. In 'jetler Lo Sir John .lervls, Nelson said: j "The King of England cannot, though I Jju is one of the best masODB in dominions, slop shot holes halt sn soon as 1 can make them." And so might say Vice-Admiral i SnckvJlle Cardeu. The task o" farcing the Dardanelles In war time has long engaged Ike 'Jest j brains ixt the Admiralty, On the Ilri- liab aide that "is no .small mercy. The .German jiurchuEc of Envcr fley and ;bib confederates was eflecLed too late [in the day to iiixiompnsh any vital change in the quality of .Turkish ad- ministration or prep1 :iradon for 'war. I liavo a letter from Lonl Roberts spe- cially drawing attention to the deduc- tions which Major Lionel James, from his experience fa the Balkan and oth- er wars, made in his book "With the Conquered Turk." But two years ago Lord Roberts sup- ported Major James' verdict in the in- competence and conceit which led the ruling Turks to believe that as a figlit- Ing rnce they possessed some occult superiority before which their ene- mies wei'-a hound to crumble. In this belief the Turks nave been' encourag- ed by tbe lying Germans. The de- bacle on the Suez Canal no want oC courage or lacfc of design, but German yeasl hag not enabled the Turkish dough to rise to the occasion. The forts of the Dardanelles "will be garrisoned, in part at. all events, ur Indifferently trained and indifferently officered Turks, belonging lo an army smarting with defeat, and fighting for Haji Su'ilan not because they want to fight, but because they must fight. Tbe machinery of modern war ploughs through improvised aud un- trained Lroons as easily as a. steam I plough turns n furrow. If this is true of armies, it is doubly true oi' seamen, uro liiinl woi'Ji urcimrlng u way for tUy Allied iiroHuuco of the Ark lloyal, thw Hditiyiunu mothor-shlp. HllOWK lllilt tllU BCUUUllg aild JlONlb- dnipultif; of Kncllaii ulrcnift have in- Irocluced it frush factor Into the vliul problem of forcing tlui Dardaia-llcu. llad NiiDOleon iiusacBRod oven oun acropjfliic or o.'io (jallooii (it ho 'would have seen what WIIH ing on tlid othor uf the Thu mlKlil hav, won UMI hattln ami clmiiKud history. Tin- faclur I'tiuiiol. fall lu Ijifliii'ijci- In our favor the iHHiie uf the lioltlcKt stroke lor tiisa Ihtt has been iK'llvenul sjlncu a SnnnlBli KluK launchetl IIJK Artruulii u I ion Rtifilaiid- AurliiI rpconimlhejiiH-e has C'Oinjiiui'-- ly allerod thu coiitlilions ol' t-iiKayc- nuiiiis hutwtiun batileBliips and I'orbiddL'ii by Iho unti-J yes. 1 lurday, Hucli la Iho accuracy of Hrl- I Usli gunnery, iifLcr u slriiHMlc for I imiu'ovoinont, thai iiifoniuitloii CQiivpyed by Vicn-Ailiulral CarcNiM's 1 flight "commanders aiid llielr fleet of ivar JmwJia will enable gunnery tenanls in tliu turrnts of live IJrUish and thri-e ha.uleshlijs to range the guns niid MicJi) ID ilRHlroy iho-Forla of Hiasarlik, Sultnnio. Channk. and the three forls on the ICuroixian side of the Narrows. Great Events in Preparation The JCuropciiR ccast nf the'JJai'du- nelloa Is Kenurally IIH Ktucu as tliu cliffs of Dover, the Abialic shore Iminf; bordered Iiy sliualt.. airplane ex- Ijerience.s of our army in France urnl the ascendency of British nil-men will not be lost mion Admiral Cardan. is one of Htn most rk-iicatt1, incerestiiiK, rejiiarlcable Uovulojj- ijienls of mcilern giiniir.ry. At a diH- tancc of seventeen thousand or eigh- teen thousand yards a shell cnn liu dropped on a simcc- as bis -is a urociunt ground. We do not know what tirmy or armies are co-cperating wltli our Fleet. This we do know, however: IV the Dardanelles can lie forced (tic ring, fence round Germany is all but com-' and serious damage will he done to the Huiib. The Kaiser's inouBtachr wiii uc nsed Admiral Garden more than, the King of -Spain's beard was singetl' by Admiral Hrako. Once the Allied Fleet is in a position to opersne fruin Qalllpoll, ibe reduction of ConBtanlin- e, after a junciioii ol the Allied laud forces, wi'i] at any rate become a. possibility of war. There are other most inlercsitng de- velopments in this incst Interesting part of. n sigflntli; Avorld-slrugiile oC which I imist not speak here. H is not wRll to -se enomy the slight- est hint of what our Admiralty nnrt the Office liave in contemplation. But j grent page jn naval aufl military his tory will be written, either of or disaster, when the full plans have jeen put Into operation, of n-liicli the irief Admiralty anncuucemcnts this week are only the beginning. -Mean- while we must a wail these great ev- ents with patience. Aeroplane and Naval Gunnery Lieutenant Horton, V.C., has shown how a British submarine can paas un- der ii minefield and sink a battleship in tlic Dardanelles. We may bs sure that other submarines, commnntlcti by young officers burning to equal the exploit oE Lieutenant Horton, V Fairy Dreams of Appetite One Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet Will Enable One to Digest Any Meal, Any Time. lake up your mind to go to your next meal with the desire to eat what ou will and do it. PKOVIDEB OF SILVER BULLETS INSPECTS DISPENSERS OF LEAD 'Every Meal Smiles at Me Now Since I've Been Taking Stuart's Dys- pepsia Tablets." After that meal lake a Stuart's Dys- lepsia Tablet and fear nti evil effects from the food you have eaten Cor it HI 'he digested easily, quickly. Then'gradually fairy dreams of up- petite will come back to you, and in short time the old romping appe- tite will return to you. AJ1 (Initiate carry aud recommend Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, 50c p. box. Trial free by sending coupon below. FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich., send mu at once iby return mail, a free [rial packag-e of Stuart's Dyspop- aia Tablets. Name Street City............State The Bisr Easter Sale AT SIMPSONS Offering Money Saving Ad- vantages that cannot be found elsewhere any day this week The Whole New Stock of Wearables at a Coats, Suits, Waists, Gloves, Corsets, White wear and Dresses away Below Usual Prices Women's New Spring Nev.-eai cnl, jnnde from Fanes- and gprgfis. JU'gulai- values 51'J.OO'. ffQ Qfl Easier Salo I'nce is Women's Spring Suits WS and values for Von- offering for ihr O CH balance of I his week 4> I O.OU Women's Smart Spring- Coats Including: new models in Russian Military Coals of Serges. TwneUa and .Blanket Cloth. The regular price Easter Sale Price Women's Serge Suits values for Faucy styles as well as llic Plaiu Tailored Jiiud in extra Coming Series. SiUl.LiO values For..... A La Grace Corsets for Easier Wear In this Corse t you set Llie greatest money's worth of wear and real comfort. Every pair is fully g-unranleeil, or your money bacli.J Made in Canada for the last Titty years, and 1ms stood tlie test. CO Efl Special Easter Salt- at ?1, Boys' Two-Piece Norfolks S5.00 Tin's is a. Special Easter Sale Price as the regular value of ihis line is in fact val- ues all through are much better than we've over ahown. Splendid new materials in Grey, Brown, Blue and OJivo shades tor fg Aft ages S lo :H years Get the Boy His EASTER TOGS at (.Simpsons Boys' 2-piece Double Breasted Styles S4.00 easily worth well made Crom stylish materials in stripes and checks, for ages G to 12 fcA rtft Easter Sale Price Oliver Twist Suits for the Smaller Boys Neat styles in brown, tau and greys. Price and S4.00 Holeprool' Hosiery for Easter Or Any Time Stocks are now complete in the entire line of Holeproof for wamea, children and men. Holeproof Silk, the only silk hosiery that will give the wearer value for the money Women's Holeproof.........35c, 50c and tl.OO Children's Holeproof............. .25c and 3Sc Gents' Holeproof.................25c and Children's HATS of Every Description Straws, Linens, Pells, Tweeds and Velvets for girls and boys. Prices run us low as....................................... 25c BELFAST DOUBLE DECKED TKAM CAB-USED FOB The Real Secret of Rejuvenating the Face Mi1. IJoyil Gcbrgt1, Clinnccllor of the Exchequer, aniod by General Owen Thomas, Inspiiclinu the London Welsh Hoginipnt. I holds Iho strrct ol facial ro- Juvciiatlon wlio lias hnw remove i Uic ileaU panicle1 ns thev j H'a a stcrci anvisnc nmy 'I'lic ttfed, failed, or suriaca I rttlu ifrafliiallv nlisorljwl, in. an ij (jniirsly KG I c ami rwiloinl rnnnncr, ly nlfililly BpplJi.'Ali'in oi j wax. n. week or two MJO ur.dcrly- [Ing-flilfi. 3-otUiifiit flni] braulffu) lo lipholil, llic p'acfe of tluj tllscnrdeii niill- So lllilc of olrl .v'tln Is nLhWl'erJ oanh Micro's ol nil. nnrt no one >'c.n arc piiKinjr cny- llilns on ycnr, "H.c inercollzcil vax, lirociirable at uny ilnicntora (an ounce (3 Is eprllcd like cnlrt cream, Iho It is Foajj anil ll'c hwr IJjIfff known for molli nutcli- liver line wiiiixics. For tlccpnr wrinklts. nn recipe la: I'owdorecl .siutollle, I or... dls- fslvail In 't pt. wHch Tlallilnff Hie (arn in ihr solution yrwliMM quick a ad a rcrru who is serving with. the; iiiK car Ulster. d'i i iu.the .streets .of..Beirut, It by Lq ;