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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1915 ttbc letbbribije Tfoeralb HiDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The Power of Moral Courage (Toruuiu Giu Ontiy, delivered, pw yw by mail, per ycnr JVoekly. by mall, por year.. J4.00 i- "Thank exrfatnied one univer-, 3.00 sity professor io another n! Convoca-! lion Hall las! Sunuiiy: "Thank God for a man with the moral courage to say aloud and ill public Ihe stern tilings nine out ot ten of us think sore- ly enough but speak only in private." It at the close ol the Victoria baccalaureate sermon by Professor Salem island of Winnipeg. Tho ad- dress, which struck a Mow at politi- co! corruption. such as one does TELEPHONES; Business Oftlco j; Editorial Office a so Principal Grant of Kingston was iometiuies movucl to such a jjrophet- j THE WAR SITUATION AS IT STANDS utterance, in tiie statesman note of nn [Isaiah..with the seiiuiiie moral indignn does not appear to be lion of un Amos, and sounding the i uw- r. nf llocan AnH deep pathos of au Hosea. And like them, too, the burden of Dr. Aland's 1 Is was the corroding lust for easily- wealth, the debasing profligacy j very greatly concerned over the Ger- man advance into Oallcia. which t-mcc of 100 miles anil is causing in politics, and the peril to the nation anxiety to the other'Allies. The Bus- i sians do not look upon the move as j struck straight an Important one. and evidently have 10'the conEcience. i their own plans for retaliation when, The Ul3t for wealth! the time comes. j fortunately for the accuser the sin In the meantime there is evidently i and the folly of that lust have had too j cessation of the I of the. past wee.c or two in i ..i.iuiis., Yukon, to make its denun-; Reports, however, indicate that the j cjatjon dangerous. So many booms i Germans have turned their offensive i been burst, and so many pros-1 a-ainst Hill 60, the strategic position I pective fortunes have vanished mto by the British with loss, and now hem oj I smile, u was ue "it" In the the Allied i too intimttte knowledge and too frank forces are on the advance into the I speech, on the part of the profligate thin air. that the hark of the preacher raised in his audience only a sad [smile. It was when Gallipol'i peninsula, and Jin Canadian politics that his bite drew the unceasing bombardment of the Turkish tons by the Allied fleets producing its effect. REFRESHING RAINS IN SOUTH ALBERTA Dollars dropped from dripping skies last night iu the shape of luscious showers' which proved to be fairly general throughout the district adjacent to this city. Ths refreshing chovvers will give added impetus to the growing crops and will serve to create increased confidence in the Blinds of the farmers whu have al- ready done their part in sowing every possible acre to grain. Tippons from every section of Sou- thern Alberta show that rain has fallen very generally during the past few days, though in more or less limited quantities. Along the foothills the showers have been heavy and last- ing; out on the prairies not quite so heavy ana not quite so lasting, though very refreshing and very help- Every indication is for a season will provide ample moisture for the crops. DcPrices CREAM BAKING Made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, the most delicious and wholesome of all fruit adds. Its superiority is unquestioned. Its fame world-wide. Its use a protection and a guar- antee against alum food. If you wish to avoid a danger to your food READ THE LABEL and decline to buy or use any baking pow- der that is not plainly designated as a cream of tartar powder. The trouble with Dr. Bland, and t reason for the subsequent denuucia- j tioh let loose upon his head, is that he, knows at first-hand and through years of open-eyed observation the thinr; abc-m which he talked to the young j Victcria graduates on Sunday. He; knows it. and he had the courage to j call it by its fitting name. N'o man j with an" informed and disciplined I mind, with a democratic instinct, andi Facts About Canada's Fallen Heroes ,Lieut. 0. F. Andrews, 90th Wmm- h a democratc nstnct, an ,eu. unseared conscience could j peg Rifles, vrao Is among the missing IRRIGATION AND CITY'S PROSPERITY President Marnoch's address on'the to be derived iby tiie city from a well-settled irrigation country, as illustrated by the experience, of Fort Collins, Col., was very valuable to Lethbridge business men, will make no mistake in agitating for the cbmpletion as soon as possible of pro- posed irrigation projects in this dis- trict. Every additional acre which it Is pOEEfple to irrigate in this district will greatly increase the richness of the country's productivity., the value oi the Sand itself, and will prove an immense boost for the city's pros- perity. have lived through the past dozen years in Winnipeg, stenched every day and all the years through with the. unspeakable corruption of Manito- ba pclitics. without having in his mind, when be came to speak, a very defin- ite idea of the lengths to which politi- cal rascality and profligacy can go. When the scandals of the Roblin-Rog- ers regime are recalled, Dr. Bland's allusions are given very concrete meaning. But it was when he touched politics In t'ue Federal arena that the accuser j from Winnipeg struck fire. Almost j none of his Toronto audience felt very I acutely or very personally responsible for the brass-cheeked barbarities of the Manitoba situation, or smarted un- der its shame. But in Dominion poli- tics the case is different. There we all stand. East and West alike. That uvefiiment governs us. Its "sinis- er influences" influence all our lives, 'he graft-taxes of its middlemen are officers, is 2z years old and a native of .Manitoba. He is a sen of Major George Andrews, and was connect- ed with his lather in the real estate firm of G. W. Andrews Son. Lieut. Hoskfns, reported killed, was RICKED UP IN SSINGdZJ FOR THE BUSY 'MAN ur tases. Therefore it was with mor lan ordinary attention even- ear i: on vocation hall was alert to such fire in Olds, Alta., Monday, did damage to the extent of the National elevator at Port Ar-. thur was burned with a loss cf 000. John Bunny, the famous moving picture comedian, leit an estate ot a member of the firm of WhiUa Hoskins, barristers, Union Trust build- ing, and was one of the most promin- ent of Winnipeg's young lawyers. Lieut. John Kidd Be1.! of the OOtl (8th reported missing, Join- ed the 90th when the war broke out. He was born In Scotland, and was a barrister by profession, having been called to the bar in Scotland before he came to Winnipeg, where be be- came a partner with Andrews, An- drews, Curie Bastedo. Captain Xorthwoui, reported miss- i ing, is well-known in Winnipeg as an architect. He was born at Ottawa on August 16, 1877, and is the son of Wil- liam B. Northwood, son of the Ottawa firm of McKiuley NortbJwood. hard ware supplies. He came to Winnipeg in 1905, returning to the east a year Tit Sweet Hetrt of Ihe Com. uAPTAIN TRUMBULL WARREN the loth Battalion (48th Highland- 1st Canadian contingent, kIKcd action. The news of the- death; of nptain Warren reach Canada just the y after the tidings that his chum, iptain Robert Darling, of the same giment, had died of wouuds. Cap- in Darling was the first adjutant cf o 15tb Battalion, and Cap'tain War- n followed him when Darling fell, oth Toronto men. Captain arren was in civil life president of e Gutla Pcrcha Rubber Co., and a ader in business, and social circles Torouto. He was a ll.M.C. gradu- o, aged and leaves a widow (for- crly iliss llraiUiwnite, Montreal) id two children. A Natural and Pleasant Way to Health TEST it for yourself! Take ENO'S "FRUIT SALT" when you are "below par" and notice how it Improves your health ami spirits and brightens your whole outlook on life. And it is pleasant to lake, too. A spoonful of FRUIT SALT in water mikes a delightful cool, ipukiluc and olkmsceut. ENO'S "FRUIT KLT" fttteVn ionic nnrt dlKUhrc icsulMor LT t onc a'te valuable remedy nt times, m! vrcparcil lor tjmurgtncltts b hiiTinc n bottle in Hie honse. Alk your for raO'S-thc only S.nulne "FKU1T SALT beware of Iniilationi I J. C. ENO.Lt J., "Frail Sail" Worki.LONDON, Elf. Sole AieaL bi Nerik Ancriu A HAXOLI) F. RITCHIE 1 CO. UMntn 10 KcCitlL STREET, fJROKTO (4) FAREWELL GIVEN IEUT. FRANCIS C. STEPHENS on-in-law of Mrs. A. fi.' Kemp ot To- onto and formerly broker in Montre- who is dangerously ill In Rouen, France nd an officer in the 'lOth NorUinm- erlaud Regiment. He' had always eeu an ardent military man and had one up through, .the ranks. He was irough the Boer 'war. Major Bolster s 38 years of age, and 'was a farmer ear Cobourg. .T Lieut. C. W. Day, reported killed in ction, was a graduate in Arts o.. the "Ineen's University, Kingston, from ,-hich he received the. degree of a 1912. He was a brilliant student, -inuintr several prizes, and after 1eav- ng Queen's studied 'at Harvard. He ived for some time in Cobourg and riagston, where he joined the 144th ieghnent a year or more ago. Lieut. W. J. Doxsee of the 2nd Bat- alion, who is reported killed, was enior officer of the Campbellford Co. >f the 40th Northumberland. He 'was 2 years of age, and owned an exten ive coal and wood business at Camp- icllford, where he was born and edu Lieut. H. S. Matthews, -who is re- lorted wounded, is the sou of T. F. Matthews of the firm of Matthews Blackwell Co. of Peterboro'. He grad- lated from the Military College at Kingston just before the outbreak )f the war, and at once joined the first :ontingent. He is about 22 years of ige, and is a very popular young man n Peterboro'. Among the first of the casualties re- lorted among the rank and file was hat of Private Deric Bfoilghall, killed n action. Ho was a grandson of Rev. Oanon Broughall, 448 St. Alban's av- enue, Toronto, and Henry S. Strathy, 71 Queen's Park, Toronto. The cable _.mouncing the death was from Mr. S W. Broughall, father of Private Broughall, and was received by Mr Srrathy. The father is at present in England. Private Broughall cnlistei n Torcnto immediately after the war troke out, and was connected with 10 machine gun section, of which le late Lieut. Mado Macdonald was le commanding officer. He had pre ionsly been in the Queen's Own Regi lent. He had been connected 'with the Metropolitan Bank in its. branch at Queen and McCall streets, To ronto. lONVALESCENT HOME FOR WOUNDED AT OTTAWA Ottawa, Ont., May is to have the distinction of establishing the first convalescent home in Eng land for wounded Canadian CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Judge Jackson as chairman spole a few worils on the purpose 01 the entertainment. He then introduc- ed Mayor Hardic, who paid n tribute to the nursing sorority in general and to -Mrs. nothweli particular.. HIP mayor thcr. presented Mrs. U'otU- with a silver purse ot polrt as a token o[ pood trum the Hcd oss'Society, and a Kill irom the iginbotliaui- Drug store. The recipi- nt accepted' the presentation with r-cpming modesty and in a very retty little speech thanked llic so- ety'for the. honors given her. Ambulance Were Guests Refreshments were served by the idles of-tlui Red Cross and a dc- e men in the require .-est and -recuperation after leaving the hospitals. At the solicitation of Mrs. Snnfortl H. Fleming of a commute was formed in New York, with Mrs Buverley Bogert as secretary to tak i active interest ill securing fund nssist In maintaining the inatltu tiuri. By consent of Maiw-General Hugl td, tho home will be affiliatedi.wjt the Canadian hospital at plived.on, an the Canadian hospital at La Tpnue.tti the former under Lie.ut.rCol. Gorrel the latter under Lieut.-Col. Shlllint ton, both of Ottawa, and the staff, res dent there, will consist of a medlca officer, two rfrterlies and two exper cnced and fully qualified nurses, wh have been granted the rank of honor- ary 3ieutenant3. Farrant and Dougall. These men have qualified for certilicatcs and are lirst class efficient men. They have en- listed on the C.P.H. Overseas Corps at Calgary, and will leave with it vety shortly. Corporal and Mrs. KoUnvell came to Lethbridgc seven years ago irom England. Nurse Hothwell graduated froin Medicine Mat General hospital last year and was lor -.1 short time in the Kali, hospital here, hut was engaged in private nursing chieily. Corporal RnUnvcll will accnnlpany his wife as far as Winnipeg. Several members of the 13th C.M.U. o! Cards- ton, including J. Pavnc, brother of i Mrs. Rothwcll, came up to sec off i Corporal and Mrs. Koihwcll on tho i midnight train. i BRITISH LABORERS ON STRIKE i London, May thousand la- ,vdrkera ,lt tho Wuohvich arsenal. hippobotham, lid'. Castles, Chas. er wages." A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada in the ____ names' of two persons, 'Is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be most needed The survivor, can withdraw the money without delay or formality. Think it open a. Joint Account. IN CANADA" Ford Runabout Price Your nelghbqr drives a don't you? We are soiling more'Fords in Canada this year than ever fce- Canadians demand the best in motor car service at the lowest possible cost. The J'Mads In Canada" Ford is a a lusury. Runabout Town Car price on application. All Ford cars arc fully equipped, including electric. head- lights. No cars sold imenuipped. Buyers of Ford cars will share in our prolits if we sell cars between August 1, 191-i and August 1, 1915. TIIE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE -1232 3rd AVE. 3. PHONE 633. ;