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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Sbc IctbbrtOflc, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HEUALB SATUHDAY, MAY 1, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION R.VTES: delivered, per year..... Dtily, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by Per TELEPHONES: 54.00 3.00 Business Office Editorial Offico Buchanan 3252 1224 John Buslnesl THE WAR SITUATION AS IT STANDS Tlie progress of the Allies in the Dardanelles is most satisfactory. Tae Capture of Gallipot! is a long step for- ,vaid in the CSEPS'gr, Both the land are forging steaaily and sea force ahead. In Flanders tho German attacks have apparently ceased. quieting news that German cruisers have reached Dunkirk and have hom- harded that town was sent out bj the French war office, fcut was denied again by the British headquarters. The German ships may be there, but it may be the result of a ruse by the British to draw more of the rots out of their hole. The call has come for more Can- adians and a. large detachment is to .be sent over at once, to followed probably by the entire third and fourth contingents. Canada may yet have men fighting the Em- pire's battles. JUST A MATTER OF SAFETY PINS Here is a little morsel from the Public Accounts Committee at Otta- wa that hasn't had very Tlde licity, though it tells the tale of bis profit on war T. MoNicoil of the J. L. Garland H. M. liyndniau, tho votorun 1st of Great Britain, has sent a letter to 31. Clomeuoinu, the Krunch soolal- ist louder and eillfor of VKomnie En- chaine. in which he says that he be- lieves It nil the British socialists, in- eluding Tttblans, wore to put the Question to a voto. a Inreo majority would declare for war to the finish. Keir Hardle. Hnmsay Mncdonald and A. Anderson, all members of par- liament, and Bruce Glastor have pro- duced the Impression abroad, says rivmmiau, that Uritish socialists op- pose tho war almost to the extent of But he denied hat these men whfifu he tho 'Scottish pcac-e-at-any-prlce gang." IRVC any influence outside the Inde- >endent Labor party, and even in that he claims, their iutluence is small. He explains. "There is not shadow of doubt that the over- whelming majority of workers in this island are on the side of the war. Hundreds of thousands ot the two million soldiers now with the colors are not unskUicd and ill-paid workers, but from the ranks of the trade union- ists. There are enlisted no fewer than 200.000 miners, whose wages at the time of their enlistment were eight shillings a day." Ono of the arguments ottered in defence o; an election duriug I he war is that an election was held in tho Tjnited States during the Civil War. That is a very weal; dzfsnce. The United States has a constitution providing explicitly for an election on a certain date every four years, and President Lincoln did not pos- ss the power to prevent an elec- in while the war was in progress. ._ Canada the government of the day taes the date of the election. The e of the present parliament does .t expire until the fall of 1916. to the overned in the case of ection need not TO held until 1916 s to the feeling regarding elections Britain, a London says: Jthough the act passed by parlla- .rat in 1911 would, require a general ection this year, it is accepted iu Company, Ottawa, who sold- to the Two Macs, or Ottawa, some ot the materials entering into the manufac- ture of the iras called fcy Sir. drrell to testify as to the cost of 57000 worth ot safety pins charged to the government by the firm. Mr. McNicol! ursed that he should not be called upon to make public business secrets of his flrm and in this attitude he was sustained by Conservative members on the com- mittee. Mr. Can-ell, when he could not get'lthe evidence in the regular form from .the witness, produced a dozen safety pins which he' had pur- chased over -the counter in a locaii retail store for five cents a dozen. The witness admitted that these were the same as were put in the "house- wives." Two hundred thousand dozen were charged for at the rate cents per dozen, llr. Carveli deeiar- .ed that, according to the evidence already braugat out, the Garland Co. Hade a profit of about 24 per cent on them, and the Two Macs netted a Bimilar profit. On a 57000 order for safety pins, Mr. Carvsll maintained, there was a profit of about Chairman Morphy, however, r.iiod that the vltwwi sntiiH 'ait TIB cow pelled to give evidence as to the cost and- there the was allewea to self, to the incredulity oi Crihoon, who treats it as a fable, while not ,g the sincerity of tie conver- (Toronto ection According-to a despatch Par-1 who Was told it by the Emperoijum- 1 partv circles that the term oi the is, Abbe Moreux. Director oi the oh-............... 'esPSnt-members wi.l he extended j ad Uiat there will be ao consider- phenomena in the sky, ble opposition to any extension the as halos, crowns, and luminous Cabinet may recommend, whether it j and he slates that many de- v 'till the end of the war' or a set vout persons see in these latter mani- e till tue ena oi uit festations a mystic sign oi approach- rm of one or even two sears. -No victory guch phenomena, hate been announced in many different OUR POINT Of VIEW Ijloyd Georje made a statement the ither da-y that in the three days battle at Neuve Caajelle mere munition -was used than In the eatire Boer war. That gives lome idea o Ihe appalling nature of this itruggl la Europe. The 'Boer war mere ihild's flay compared with it. We are just ibeginning to realize this war means to Canadian homes. In Europe awful toll has itruclc many homes, time and again until families have almost been dec! mated. A former president ot tin Paris Chamber of Commerce has ha three sons kifled since the war be- gan and there are .likely nnmerou cases of .this kind in all the belliger act nations. The Winnipeg Teiegrais, a Ihe-wool Tory journal, has read th Ottawa Citizen out of the party. I lays: The Ottawa Citizen was Con- servative until the last Ontario general election. In the midst of the campaign, seeing the tide of opinion setting .against its candi- dates in Ottawa, it sold' itself to the Uberals. It has since sup- ported Mr. Rowell in Ontario and Sir Wilfrid. Laurier in .Dominion politics. Knowing these facts, the public will give proper weight to Us utterances. The Citizen is neither consistent nor Conserva- tive. Its "principles" are on sale to the higheit iblddtr. The Citizen is owned by the Sout ims. .Wonder if the Calgary Heral ind Edmonton Journal will protes igainst the treatment being >nt to their big brother. Imagine th gou'hams selling out to anybody jiiiy party. 199 Fulton Street, tbe unquestioning to 30' years ago. Me was a member of the Queen's Own Rifles for moire than 10 years and when war broki ,out held the rank lit captain. Lieut ___-----------------i Yr-dlaml was a partner with his [n faith oi Eusebius, father in the firm of Mcdland and Son, insurance brokers, Toronto. Lieut. W. D. P. Jarvis. whose iiann is in the list oi killed, was a srai o prominent Toront Corporate Executor The advantage of availing oncnolf of tho combined experience of nrnnv mcin In the administration ,u( nn oslnto niiuu lie obvious. Maku -your Will and appoint this Company your Executor. Our on Wills will ho of service to you. Write for a free copy. WHITE FOR ODE BOOKLET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbrldge Office Bank c-f Corimercft Bldg., J. W. McNIcol -Inspector The Management ami Ollioers of the Com- pany ave always ready to answer inquiries, whether made in person, or by letter. It is a part, of tho 'luisinepa of the Company, to keep Che secrets of its clients, in regard to Estates and Wills, and It does it. -The- British Canadian Trust Co. OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. Conybearc Block Lcthbriclge, Alberta INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paid Up Reserve Funds Total esire is manifested in any quarter r an election during the war." KICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Geo Morden, a newspaper editor, as been nominated as Conservative (was educated at itidley college. St. of a cross. Catharines, and had the reputation ol "The impression a particularly fine young ath- UCTU Dean Stanley, "may he compared to ]pte> i.je as quarter-back on countries, and are usually associated ti f tne 'Aurora Borealis .ugonaiit rugby team, was a November, 13-18, spjCiKlid vnown sail- and which was interpreted, in the or soidier. lie was also a various countries pi Europe, accord- mCinLer of tlie Toronto stock to the was upper- nis father, Acmilius Jarvis, most at the moment, much as we js Drcsent in London, having just roar any like appearance tlicrc from Kussia, anil lias J FfTIfSNS Having 370 Branches throughout Canada and V Bank possesses unrivalled for handling collections with ocouomy End despatch. with sonic great event. The general theory was stated by Calphurnia when she warned Caesar of the dangers which threatened him "When beggars die there are no com- ets seen. The heavens themselves hlaze lorth the death of Kings." One of the most celebrated portent would be'by the army tine. In France it v.ras of Constan- been joined by llrs. Jarvis une oi tne most ceitruiaicu oi this kind is that which appeared to Constantine in -A.D. 313, and led to Uin his conversion to Christianity. As the rtav was dcclinins on his march _.... tt. regarded as ami a'daughter, the letters L. N., iu pros-- T C'ap't. Leonard S. Morrison, report- ed missing, is well-known and .popu- LONOON, EHS.. OFFICE. ILBnfi., fttltlCEB sritceT. C.C. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: NEW YORK can. WILUAH M. AITKEN, Manager. candidate for th-3 Legislature orth Vancouver. H. J. Mould, of the Bank of Ham- ton, Vulcan, has enlisted tor sen-ice t the front. B. Lang, of oiotoks. has been trans- erred to the Bank of. Hamilton ranch at Vulcan. H. D. C. Hanson, recently of .Taber, s now 'with .the-Bank ot Hamilton at ulcan as cashier. E. A. D. Morgan is again the Con- ervitive candidate for the Corn- ions in Richelieu, Que. T. A. Bethwicl has entered the eld in the Shellbrook, Saskl, bye- lection as an Independent Liberal indidlte opposed to Premier Scott's rohibition policy. MacleoS Oddfellows presented Trooper 'Murray with a wrist .Wesleyean Theologies! College, conferred the degree of D 13. upon.Rev. J. H. RiUon M.A. and Bey. P. L. Kichardson, B.A., BJD. Miss Clearihue, travellers' lid at Montreal, has Ibeen sworn in l tlie first policewoman In that city. One of the biggest ice brid_ges of he seuon formed on the Niagara liver above the falls, while the tem- icrature was nearly 90 degrees. The infant chUd of Mrs. M. Vial- our at Winnipeg, a well known writ- er, and that ot her maid, Mrs. Ten- ant, were burned to death in a fire hat destroyed the Vialoux home. Announcement of the largest -_ ment contract ever let toy the govern- ment in Canada, will it is understood je made in a few days .hy the minis- ter of railways.. The amount is for barrels and this enormous Quantity of cement is. required for ;he building of the Welland Canal it Is understood the Canada Cement lompany will probably get the con tract. day was declining on against Mazentius, whose army was four times superior in number, a flam- ing cross appeared in the sky, with the "In this, conquer." Such an extraordinary apparition must up to cry vengeance his assassins." an extraordinary apparition m-ive-sion oi Constanline, have given thought to even man as! Jhe couve.iion whiltever its rnnifinitiiip consul- i its nature aim strong as Constantine. After consul lis camp he professed himself adis Christian faith, over- loneil his camp he professe hmse ats- _t eu. ciple of the Christian faith, over- lowed in a lew' bj missing, is a son oi Dr. whelmed his nval at the .Milvianlot Milan, a Magna LI arta wnILK if ,24 ]Jloor street ,vesti Tor- nine Rome, all onto, iie is 27 years of age and an nade himself, ultimately, master oi rights to the Chns.wns engineer. the Roman world. This story has metjior them mil and equal with every deeree oi acceptance, from i throughout tin, empire. wounded, is ahuut 2-1 years oi age. Lieut. B. Johnson, numbered among the missing, was a member of the Queen's Own Rifles. lie was manager Constanline. of a branci, ot Dominion Hank, Toronto, was unmarried, and lived with his mother, sister and brother. Lieut. G. Cireenc, of the Royal wounded Canadian offic_ers. He a resident o years, and Northern Crown hank. He was a sin gle man and 31 years o! age. His toleration Capt. Douglas Mason, reported as wounded, is about 2-1 years oi age !HC is a SOB. of the laic J. Herbert JIasnn, Toronto, and nephew of j Percy Mason, formerly of the LJueen's Own. i Lieut. D. Cl. Allan, of the Royal Grenadiers, was manager of the Non- Such Mfg. Co., in Toronto, and is only 22 years of age. Captain W. D. Allan, oi the Queen's of all of whom are at the front, and is own Rides, reported as slightly tbe the second to suffer wounds, .his bro- is considered one of the was ther Capt. Eric, having been report- most efficient officers in the Toronto of. days ago. militia regiments. Captain Allan.is ...lead is another a son Of j. D. Allan, Toronto, and a Royal Highland- graduate oi Toronto university. -.He era reported wounded in and occupied the position oi assistant When will You Save if you dvn't Save NOW? Though your salary or Income will no doubt increase, so will your that the latter more than keep pace with the former. Mow'Is the time to start a Reserve Fund the Savings Department of the Union Bank of :'ls the place lo keep it. Deposit the wl'ra you Have on hand can -opsn