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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBR1PGB SATURDAY, MAY 8, IMS e.illbcvta DAILY AND WIEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Daily, delivered; per -year.-.-... y.'V .'mail, per'year..... alnly tho" Conservatives would bo tie- 1 Kghtca if wo '9 ioiimv 8ud; course, but they ,ho nof born This much car. be said: U the Con- servatlv.es cease' cloctlon talk and an- .'TELEPHONES. Office W. A. Buchanan Uanagms Director J4.CI" 3.00 J.OO 12B5 1224 John Business Manage! and one candidate. tat Wase controversial ion, and devote their efforts to mat- worthy of Canada's fcUen- rrt .he emine. Ottawa publicist says In an open let, ter to Sir Kobert Border.: NEW COMPLICATIONS 1N THE WAR SITUATION to still pkein at war. liquor polk-y right out fvoiu jo play golf know that is a luxury: surely" German prison should no', be allowed to enjov me luxuries- of life at this time when iOermany is deprjvins the prisoners the Allies of luxuries of any kind. BENEHHMIOIR ON GOSSIPY LETTER the event-as ohe of grave Import in effect the': altitude of the Slates' In the world struggle- Rebels, provided'both parties attacked. Italian forces in Tripoli I oSo'le" view. The bib- lone'as an election is so declares il'dareo.- c'aunot be s held, upon the atu- nas just about concluded of' the' Liberal party. He tor- on the .use-of poisonous gases Is use t and that the only effective, pro W in and test would be to use this method of since the .warfare herself. commenced Is familiar to the whole country. before the war began the Prime Minister' had decided on an appeal to the country." How, then, Ua the Toronto Globe, did it come i'aibout Uiat in June, 1514, six weeks before the war bro- Premier caused an order in Council to passed dispensing with the ailot- ,'nt of the lists in Manitoba till mid- country would feel better if it tt-as made aware ot one of two is not a psychologist but everyday politician who wants election' when he wants it and three months afterwards; says this is all piffle. He hasn't much us for an oulut o! psychologists wb can't recognize the psychological ffli sorts of "arguments have bee employed-to persuade the Minister Public Works that September is month of destiny but to all such a luraents he has substantially replie did you make me Minister Public Works if you didn't trust i to know when to work the public' Which is a riddle that takes a lot reading. The Minister of Publ Works, so the Honorable Bob argue LUSITANIA TORPEDOING WORK OF GERMAN SPIES Germany, -s pfflng up a Wg score that must be wenged; by the Allies as there to keep his ear to the ground, 'to know when it s not Premier Borden suouiojtjme to back up and when its time election, let us have It and me over declared Sir wlth_ lt not, tell the country, and Laurier on nenalt of the Lib-iprobaWy even the machine partisans nartv declared that he was settle down ot deal with greater S tpta'a party to a truce, and in face the. country and order to estabiish his od- faith h .nn-Pdoin" of the tesitania may order to estatmsn H cheer German heart, but jcanoeUed a number of meetings which thtaTi certain- It is sure to L had purposed holding during Aug- e r- spirit and add Britain and den lies to U no time did Sir Robert Bor- i oi accept the Opposition leader's lles to punish Germany as that of a truce, anfl1 one of desen-', to punished. government, the Hon. B- Kemp of T. evident that German spies are Toront0i has declared that the uon busy throughout the world. had not recognized an} ttiW given to passengers who .'Billed to sail on the Lusitania she 'left New-York last week m- still truce: ateato that, the torpedoing vessel was: premeditated and Sat the Germans in the limted States were aware of the contemplat- ed action. No wonder that even naturalized Germans in Britain are looked upon with suspicion. -No Ger- man is truce: cosnize.1 by 'both political parties In order to be effective At the August session of parlla- the Empire. The February statement of the Natural Gas Co., shows a decrease of earnings to the extent of. nearly SIS 000 over the same month of 1914. Wonder it that would have happened ii the company had retained ihe dis- -es had not I count and prevented the loss of cus- A genuine truce must be re- tomers. A continued decrease m the A _ in woVen the company up omer. earnings may waken the'company up to the need of better treatment of the public. One thing is certain, the on human nature. He can when the boys are hungry and when it's hard to hold them in line any longer. His acquaintance is with .the workers ot the party and the work- ers naturally inform him when the chances are best to turn another trick. Why is the Honorable Bob Minister oi ex ofhcio, it his advice is not taken? It's a sore touch for Bob. He saw a chance to et by last fall. Is he to SM another ne go glimmering? By virtue of his position as the tearing-house of party politics, the Minister oi Public Works faces the acts and faces them- first. When Sir tichard McBride visited Ottawa not ong'ago, he hied him-.straight as a loming iueust session or the pumic. mnan at "the recent, session the publlo not wprrying about the de- Liberal- party without a dissenting pon nun man s trusted these days, for the reason that they are all suspected of hem.: spies In this suspicion we may ioe doing manj well meaning Germans to "the go through without criticism, su charge cannot "be made that the Opposition has interfered with the war policy of the government. The war policy of the government is the policy" of the country, irrespective oi lOG aOing limit; t an injustice but events of tie var up jparty. to the present have convinced the Al-J jjov what has the Liberal lies that a German spy is a great party lies mat n. t h a t P VPIT menace and that everj t-i eserted to prevent these should spies frcm at liberty. rtuw nwwfc done that it has aroused the ire of the Hon. Robert'Rogers? It criticised the .o called war tariff, it voted ,ies from oeing jagalnst the'decrease in the British in li's connection the references In j preference, .it condemned the extra- tlie Cllga- press to the treatment of the government at a the interned prisoners at Lethbridge Ume ,.hen. the, government knew that Is worths ot note. It is clear that there TO. falling revenue and that ironi explanations given the prls-jthe revenue was .bound to fall tur- '01.TO are being treated according to ther whether :there .was a war or .tte regulations issued from Ottawa, Lot imposed the graft in the war wvatives for an appeal to the coun- try at this time, is tho attitude o, the Senate toward government legis- lation John S. Bwart, of Ot- tawa, has always been a critic of the Senate, hnt he does not agree that the upper chamber's position war rants an election. He "Th3 refusal 'by the Senate to con cnr in all your proposals to Bob .-Rpget's oirice lOmmg pigeon IU ouu Mthbueb. he had business, .with the other Bob who Govern ment, lie saw Bob Rogers first. Then the two Bobs got together, thus mak a pair of they told Sir Kichard that it was going to be r rerrltl hard sledding and had hetteijThe Duke not put on his election for another year, (n an. r.nlumnia: aS It i These are the for ENO'S rpHESE are the days when 1 thd blood needs purifying -the.5ystem..tP.mng.an4reg'tilating--. good health-is to be maintained, .lhat delightful feeling of freshness and: vigor _the accompaniment of a sound physical condition-will'be yours if you. take- EMC' FRWIT SALT the impurities in your cleanse. iT All. DRUOGISTS j. c. no, nSf Sir LONDON, En8 id BoCAtJI. STREET, TORONTO 2 :ganized because British lmi himsell to As the lists ecaus stood, could not do better for n for another year games. As the lists Columbia M i for the ter ritories cannot be ready be- he l d to riores canno soo, o ul a. June election is said to lias .turned Conservatives and would taevitablJT i tnc qucstion. Some people A en o GovcrnmcP.ts o and the inventor's head a discourage- ot sup. mbuscd, is -not built s Toronto, Ont., May true bill on two indictments of-thoft and false pre- readv to take it otTthe hook. Similarly, it has -been- shown" other" signs ol irightful- in anticipation oi the dread -Thci event. of they as a reason for dissolution, stitution of our Senate is -the regulations issued from Ottawa, in our estimation this treatment far too lenient.. Had Germany treated Bntisn' prisoners-5 decently thert wou-i 'be no complaints against Teauneat of German tales ot woe from Manitoba.- T.ne j wavs, the Honorable Bob cson ieet of him who bringeth had things to rush Us coneagues oB trom the Roblin Government with its t j. th listen to the pro- absurd. majority of' three or rfwpnt BJtooje aU over Can- i in Hnn stittition of our Senate is majority decent p6opll) aU Ovei But you do not propose to amend, it hgles in th ctlfft IE Boh t election in wal YOU did and the- Opposition refused R inner Onice and it's Bob to agree you would have an issue for ;t MUeaeues the electorate-although one to be to realile .hoy important :_ -Tllfirfi L, nn at the -f home but not before. 11 cm be an election then. If the Grand el, for tho aw hil the casualty lists e settled in quieter time.. -There is now- no issue; no action of the Sen- ate during session, more- Ihe praoners JlUk. coDtraets. Surely the country did not fold its arms arid money to be .lost to the people of Canada In this way without raising a protest That the exposures Teatment of Herman ratEing a protest mau iue prao Since we Know, however, the Liberal part that the prisoners of the. Allies in ,Tere serious is evidenced Iby the, fact C.rmanv hate .Seen treated with the as a result of- these exposures the rreatest contempt and cruelty in !prime jfinUtcr practicallr read out of instances we should not allow j.hifi. partT two members whe were im freeaora to the prisoners of in, these contracts with th ___ rrhnpc. la ni, likelihood of denartmeht. ate UUnng lltu mai. over is comparable to its refusal to pass' your naval aid bill. And that iwas not thought to be a sufficient reason for dissolution. As you would have been embarassei! then in some -espects by an election, the "par- tisanship of an irresponsible senate" did not appear to be a sufficient reason for an appeal to the, people." in Canada There la no likelihood of snv Bruish prisoners being allowed to plaj go'f in Germany, or to move 'about a German under escort. Until Germany changes its methods of treatment ot prisoners Britain and tliS Dominions should put into effect the strictest regulations for the treatment ot interned Germany and Austria. prisoners of Militia :departrfleht. Mr: refers; also to the Sen-j ate's refusal to accept the govern- ment's proposal -for the increase -In the western representation in the Senate. What are the facts? The Senate is not a. .representative body; it is an appointed body. What right has ''tie Ol> the Senate to increased the Increase in HICKEDUPIN SSINGI FOR THE BUSY MAN 31 uecenir an election in war time, stss Jve.not made any bad breaks. They I view. to. .their. event. a in Canada don't seem to realize now t is that the election: be broubht on, mt anv naa luw while the Manitoba election maclun- have noi a set date but they have I lists, cry is in friendly hands. the[ h That, llopo may spell Minister oi Elections does: Re ,knogs tcraber. Thl what a hoodoo Dr. Montague is. t-iei knows how near the edge.the Rpblm Government totters ;and just how long it will .last after- the. Royal Commission to investigate graft in the new parliament buildings, cete going. It will last, according tb the dtpecial''Crown. to handl. United States. man (0 last man LU uu policy oi waiting for something turn up. If the war collapses, it Allies win an overwhelming victory UCV. AllieS Will ail UVCLrt l.i........a going. It will last, according to tne _tlien an election, but ii-not Sep Hon. Bob's calculations, just .about, t her and then some, perhaps as-long as a leather does in'a as near as the good guesser: place not mEntioned. on; the railway he it time tables. There was ..-spine very j closjng jays thc session, coarse work done up-there, and Sir i Bob used the "injustice and Rodmond Rohlin would: never have t- of tne Senate" in appoint- pricd into it if the Lieutenant-Ctover-j f to hold a straight The Ford .Motor Co. will erect a large assembiiiig-.Dlant at Winnipeg. large at Winnipeg. is that-thc Winnipeg bunch Oeorge A. Maybee has been elected to have learned their tricks to fill a vacancy ill the Moose Jaw are i00Iiing for a goat ani City Council. be it. On tfie han'd'j Fletcher Spailirfg of-OoodwIn's, lion- oiieren co lane j ihnnder the dissolution -ui. A i Lisgar if Bharpe couldn't handle the Senate to retire from public life. .The point i than that. The tones 01 is-thatrthc Winnipeg bunch who bv way of Bob Roe- have learned their tricks from Bqb, e oratorv makes firecrack- looking for a goat and Job .may flashes, it. On ttie other oi iitnim b NOT LIVING IN A FOOLS PARADISE ..U5 mc-reaaea 'uuujtc i treal, is the new general manager line representative body, the House of tne Hudson's Bay Co. at Montreal. '_' We all Comrnons, comes Into effect? ..We all know'that until there is an election the' 'west will not possess the in- creased .representation to which it is Jn an attempt to place the resppn- ol