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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR T H E L E T H B R t D G E DAI hX^ R A11> . 'X'ctbbriboc Hlbci-ta oail.y AND WEfcKl-Y lUUXGING CHEER TO llIE WOtlNDED ON BOARD THE HOSlMT'Vli - ' - SHIP. - Subicrlptron Balei; Dallyl delivered, per week Daily,~ delivered, per yoar .. Daily, by mall, per ymr---- Weekly, by mail, per year .. . . 100 TELEPHONES Siistness Offite .......... Editorial Office .......... W. A. Buchanan Managlug Director John Torrance Kiisiness iMitnagfcr "i oui-King and CountryiN'eed You Right Now round THE circle of THE war The belief is expnsscil that the allies will coumieuce their great forward.move about June. The dedsion to start a new offensive, it is said, will be tlie result of the allied war council now being held In rnria. The hope Is to bring about the end of the war by Christmns. German counter attacks at Malin-coiirf in nil effort to recover lost ground, have tailed according to, a French statement. It i.s said that German naval otli-cers holding, temporary command in the army have been recalled to their vessels. " Since the opening of the new Ger- Photo shows a Red Cross nurse caring tor the ,Wounded .oui board one of the hospital ships tn SalonlkJ Tlie soldiers are seen on deck enjoying coffee and clgai-flttaa suggjled by a Red Cross nurse, j hughes coming home to face the music Sir Sam Hughes l.s coming back to ] face the music. Charges so deflnite ; laud so serious could not be passed off,' ! with bluster, and on the demand of i I his own party the minister of militia I is returning to allay the suspicion that : surrounds the adminlstratlbu of his j department. Liberals have been slated right and r)IGKEE)OPIN ASSING CIZZI FOR THE BTJSy ; MAN , , ' left in the government press for their man 6ubmarmec; there have ^j^^,^^^^^^ enquiry into the i shell and fuse, contracts. Enough is known to the mass of Canadians to force the belief that there has been Ontario oxpeols to get f600,000 from the amusement tax. many neutrals, most pai;t have warning. The ships for the; been sunk without advertise soujh's national park Lethbrldge Board of Trade agitated long and. hard, finally getting the bridge over the river in AVatertou-Lakes Park, making that beauty spot easily accessible from Lethbridge. The thing to do now is to follow up. tlie advantage and let the world know what a fine summer resort Is at,dor door. Let not only the world know, but the people of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta know. Hundreds of us every summer spend a lot of money to go to Banff or - B. C. for our holl-' days. Try our own Yellowstone this-year for a change and keep that money at home. Know your own country.'' uncle sam in; ' can he get out? The Meiicau tangle, as we predict' ed at the outset, is beset with thorns for Uncle Sam. Villa is running away from his pursuers,- bbuttd for'-bis mountain fastnesses.  . , The American line of communication stretches away mile after mile through: hot and' waterless deserts, but Garranza stubbornly refuses to give aid 'Jd the' one practical way, .by allowing TJ.S; military the use of MezlCian railroads. And now comes 'a Diaz with a new revolutlpp, against Carranza, Wilson's protege. WJiii this may portend' for V. S. arms qxii easily be Imagined. Napoleon once said that an army of invasion might .land in England, but he- wouldn't guarantee it would ever get 6m again.' Dncle Sam may have an, experience- of this nature tn Mexico before be -finishes what he has started. L. A. Wedge."of Sieuhefui was burned to death in a tire that destroyed a garage there. Commissioner Richards, head of the Salvation Army in Canada, visited the two Soos. . " Joseph Battenburj*; a hotelkeeper well known throughout western Ontario, died at "Clinton. sometlilng radically wrong in the shell buBlness. Heretofore people have wavered befweea two; opiiilons: either there has jjeen deliberate, grafting going on or there has been carelessness ajad lack of drganiztitiqn tn the de-psrtnient amounting to criminal negligence. . ' .' . '\ : Sir Sam. is .coming back and from the reports from. Ottawa there is go- 1n"g to be-aif Jhvestigatfon. The tern- , ,, , . i.j � :  . j 1. � . j c. I -*'rs. wauucu, mother ot t per of th^ parly demands it. And Sir , ^y^^^Ql, ^jg^ ^^ p^trolea John U'ickett, a prominet merchant in Port Hope, i^Ied suddenly !n his store Saturday night." ' , Sain is not" going to come out scatli-less. Recent revelations indicate very strongly that-graft-.will-be proved. It may have been "put over" without Sir Sain's knowledge, which will prove that he isn't a .'big enough man for his. job. or it wili be proven that he turned his :back while the country was being, robbed^ right'and left. _ Canadians, have Is&bil. steeped in graftjscandafr'nhe -paist year and would be pleasedif; the. business of the country were belpg; conducted in a manner above suspicibh". But when scandals such'as those'lately brought to light ara, precipitated it would be criminal not to 'probe to the bottom and bring the guilty parties to justice. Mrs, WaddcU, mother,o� Capt. J. C.. in her' ninety-lifth year. Si.xty thousand dollars was realized at Brockville In a two-day campaign for the Canadian Patriotic Pun4, You Gan't be Neutral on the food question. You have to decide between mere palate-foods that contain no nutriment and foods that repair the bodily waste. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is both a palate food .and, a-; muscle builder. .You .' can keep in good health and at the top-notch of phj^sical. fitness by eating this deji-cious, ready-cooked, whole wheat cereal for breakfast, luncheon or any meal. Made in Canada. .��n order-in-council has been passed under the provisionti of the-sidultera-tion act reducing Wie legal.pBrcentagfe-:j John Flook of Chatham, a well \ �^ 'no's'"'"^ In evaporated appjes to 25" known marine contractor, in western :'^^'" * Ontario, dfa^'" suddenly'^t the dinner table. Albert West, a Hamilton Swede, ! was terribly gashed in an altercfttioh over the war, and Gus Carletonr anw other Sv.'ede, is under arrest, charged with attempted murder. The Kilties are going strong but they need .400 more. Will you be one of them? Thou^ Sir Sam- Hughes is virtual commander-in-chief of all Canadian forces,- when ordered home by the Canadian people he obeys in double nulck order. great allisd drive in near future 'be broughtnV'h'Qr'^toaeB'^'Hhff iieurs ripe for the llnal clash ial to accomjillBh 'that end. munition plant accident Unlontown, Pa., March 29.-The Ollphaiit plant of the Dupont Powler Co., eight miles from here, was blown up by an explosion late this altemoou. Four men were injured, two seriously. No cause was assigned for the accident. George Finn, fifteen years of age. ^ living near Oriole, York county, was j accidently shot b;^ his elder brother, and the result ilsjn dpubt i L ' " 'f-  '1 1^ I I Major .-v. H. .MeCahsland has b^,en;| The moblUzatip'n of 'fariner's has ! appointed to command the, 74th Bat-caused a decrease in cultivation in ! talion succeeding Lleut.-Col. Windeyer France of 3,394,000 peclars i8,3S6,959 I ^^'''o remaining In Toronto on afi-acres.) (count of.ill-health. Rev. Dr. T. Stwnage Bayle of Tor-' cecil Connolly, who runs.a festaur-onto is leaving Trinity college to be-; in the Brunswick hotel, a London come head of King's college, Windsor, N. S. Three children of JVllHam and Mrs. Whiteman, Belleville, have died this week of a complication of measles and pneumonia. Albert T. Gorrler, a Montreal workman who bit Into a dynamite cartridge, had the lower part of his face blown off. The Duke of Westminster ha^ been awarded the D.S.O. for "gallant and distinguished service in the lleld," in an engagement at Solium, March 14-17. The joy of youth -the brightness of spring-are well rcHectcd in Fit-Reform Suits and Spring Overcoats The young men's styles ' are distinctive models, created for young men, and men who wish- xo look young. ^15. up. McKelvie ^ V MeGuire � / temperance house, was tlhed $300 atid coats by Police Magistrate .JUdd-tor conducting a "blindJfllg," f An order-lu-councll has been passed providing for a further ei^ten^iOD , ot six months of the regulation prohibit^ ing thi entry of skilled artisans Into British Columbia. W. J. Curie of Toronto has been appointed general manager of the C. W, ond L.E. rallwa.v, to succeed the late William Norrls, who died a short time ago. Two years at St. Vincent do Paul penitentiary for desertion from the One Hundred and Sixty-Third battalion was given Hector Dagenals by Judge Lanctot at .Montreal, Dr. Fronk J. Lutz, a widely Unowrt surgeon, died ot heart disease at hSs homo In St. Louis. He was HO years old. Ho was a former proside;i^ of the National association ot Railway surgeons. The largo pavilion at Victoria Park, Berlin, was almost totally .destroyed by lire. The Jlre Is bolleved to be of kicendlary origin. A panel of the rear door was broken in, The Iggg Is about $5000. Mrs. Fleddini, whoso liusband wari killed on Christmas morning at tlio Ogllvle mill, .Medicine Hat, Is suing for ?15,000 damages, claiming negligence on tlio part of the company or Us employees. Dr. Konnotli .M. ({unsolus, one of the oldest physicians In Detroit, and connected with the , VVayn�j county Medical society for many years, died suddenly after a brief illness at "hl� homo. Dr. GunaoluH whs born in Guelph, Ont., In 1850. L. 1'. (iauthlor, M.l'. for Oaspe, Is the llrst French-Canadian member of pai^ ilanient to enlist for active service,. Ho is attached to Sir William Price's regiment being recruited ^t Quebec. Dr. Gauthier Is a government mera-bor, and wag first elected In 1911, JamcK ilnsilngs, whose tliii'^^en year old wife Evelyn jilnyed With fiw ,dqll� In the home ofiBie*' VVlndftqt ^ GhlldronV Aid SooCili-mile O^.ttf,'' . -ffSlff in jttli; was VovUid^jwmy of blB-amy by Magistrate LeKgivtt In the police cotitt, und w�s reniiunl^d (9V' gentouce. t}9I|)AXr MARCH 31, 1910 (Ottawa Citizen) Forum people will bo Interested to hear that a People's Forum is being promoted In Toronto, nud will wish It well. Winnipeg People's Forum started six years ago. It is now a regularly incorporated body iind Is the parent of half u dozen other forums. Ildnion-ton, Calgory. Montreal and Vancouver hove all found a isluce tor the forum Idea, The Ottawa People's Forum Is In Its third season: and, by the' Js rendering, the forum would seeni to be making good friends In,;! ahnp*t every section of .tlie'. comv iflimlty. \ :^ " ' On.llie nIgUi Mr. Cheddomll Miya-tovllcb; the veteran Serbian states-man, apoko at the Ottawa People's Fo/um \u regutnr attender expressed tll^ opinion tliat,the forum justlHcd Iti. ejflstence, by the open pjutforra It provided, more each week. Last Sunday night Sir Herbert Ames accepted the opportunity to give people an outline of the national work being done by the Canadian Patriotic association; and Sir Herbert's address, not overladen with statistical infonuation, but given from a broad, human point of view,' seemed to bo just the rlglit' way for an e.\ecutivc board to make. Its report to' the Patriotic Fund shareholders, the people of Canada. Tomorrow night's speaker at the Ottawa People's Forum will be Mr. W. A. Buchanan, M.P., ot Lethbridge: an eastern audience will have the o|)-portunlty of hearing a western rp-presentlve on the relationship between Canada West and East. A plat-fori^ entirely tree from the atmosphere of partisan bluffing, where the people may meet and hear the sincere views of political leaders and workers, is beneficial to both people and public men: it can be the medium for much good thought and mutual aid. During the present season, drawing to a close, the People's Forum In this city: has been favored with addresses by representative political spokesmen including as well as Sir Herbert Ames, Sir George Foster, Mr. H. H. Stevens, M.P, ot Vancouver, Mr. W. B. North-rup, M.P.. ot Belleville: and on the Sunday following Mr. W. A. Buchanan, M.P. of the west, the address will be by one of the ablest of the maritime province members, Mr. El N. Rhodes,. Jt.P., deputy speaker of the Hc*se of; Commons. The universities have beeti' heard through speakers diverse Dr. J. H. Farmer, of McMaster, autl'-. Profs. H. J. Laski and J. A. Dale, of; McQlll. Reform, municipal progress^;-] law,', women's work, conservatlop^T music and patriotism, all ha^e foutidv expression and appreciation at the Cifc; tawa People's Forum. There Is muoli latent good in the community,; ai^d/ everyone would seem to be, the galnen; by havinB it reflected through .th(B?: poi)ular medium, the forUm. tj'�*}>; ENDORSE lethbridge OF trade ' board (Ottawa |CiBe,en) , That the party patronage, ^yii i�^i Ijeing brought genei-tilly ;to .the .imtaVj. orable attention of Canadians of all; shades of political b,ellet and thatL-i many are giving the subject serlpus-thought is evidenced b^'a strong I'enfj olutlon condemning the whole system;^ which has been adopted by the Lettei' bridge, Alta., board of trade. The westj^ nlng' the party patronage weapoiv b^-,-cauB^ of the presence op -,the board r'ttTTiis covert coat is an ideal ^afment or j;;^ipre5ervt' wear, combining service4??li^ w tK marked degree. ColIar>;ldrt. ahd triple stitcKed, smart lapels,'; pqtcK jDockets. ; Tailored vJitK unusual \care-and ; skill;;' ;-:v.; � THE "2" Ms McKpLVIE, kirkham block lyicGUIRE iaj�tiv^mierehts to both polity -ItfelifK ''-ttfeOprtmler^ffind. to.'-Sii^ A^-ittrW' '''�^"^"����'---'j^llrgerthase/laadgi*'^^ . body'has alsoydc;; iies^'f tRie'reBoluOon' i8tyrvip.-pr.aiiB9&; and;r-iehiiy so, for .^,|i; 5}eaj^. ^jiil outspoken contlomnatioh Qfiihe-p^irty eVll aridithe'civ'il-servicai Miptitt.hf gi(r.OeDrgoVM.urray ia recom-|!T4*il4B^'t6-,'lhe,aUeu\iou ot the govern- .^^Tlftr^L^libridge/board of- tiude has ijEin ftjljiattmtlo afidniineiy step and �V^hlofiAHt ;.tollowred .vgenerajly etHclent government, and with the patronage mfiggbtat work sucli ail-..tttiiiistratlon IsiUuanttestly-Impossible. Tl'le western I'GaiiadtafaB'lira 'demonstrating that 'dishonest metliods ' will not prevail In Jtbatsoctlon of the Dominion, no niattgr; bj^ which iiarty condoned or palllbtod^ The west, from Maulloba to Jlritlsh Columbia Is setting the rest of .Cannda examples In virile citixen^hlp. � What easter^^h'oard of trade will be the first to fqllpW the-sill$ndld precedent set by LetBbrtdse?, '-y em board was unanimous ip condem';^fsltel^lVr^d rea^ilts. Tho political- nine,; >ho .>01-�-u- nofrnnnPo wa9?>r,n '^'�--Pp^^|,^'gg;?(;9PI)0t ftffOVd tO .JgllOVe ft v^i^^j'jijjeai^;: denj'^ia honest and Ofllclal flgur.Qfj. show that togs arc more frequent'qu'thp,'coasts of Maine and New If^jjliishire than on any othor^ portloi>S'.;;ot''the ooastB ot tlio United States., ..... ..  To anyone i^Ml^Sf^I^ORD TENNYSON ?IGAR n|||p:|^ a high grade \ ALL ^^NA^ FILLER r'- Is the BE CONVINCED. :,::,;;,3^^-DAVIi:|#;^lrNS./LI�iiP Mjilcdrs of Ihej-Fa'mdii^'^l^lijfeph %ipeviorti? MrPromoier*Blunt?|;Clg5r: ;