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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LKTHliRlD.GE DAILY HE It A IP SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1915 IN A FOR PEACE lieiloc, regarded as one of j'. of Kurolic.m militatv j il-s, foreshadowed with remark- 1 amiracy the peace terms suf- lasted in Dr. Dernburg's tfcent let-: !'ter in ;m article in l.anil and water, j n-liidi has jusl been received Jlr. says the directing mmAs oi I licrmanv 'know that they sue already but that the timiimi people I do not know it, anil iliat Uenuany working for a draw. j Derhlmt's says. in his letter j "Germany does nut strive for ter- in Kuvope she does nfTt believe in conquering and siiiiig nmvilling nations. "Helttiuin to German- j trade file only outlet to an open sea. j So lielgi'utn cannot be given Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Has your morning cup of coffee a full null flavor and delicate aro- ma? H not, ask for BLUE RIB- BON coffee when giving your next order and notice lite difference. You will be agreeably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Bakint; Powder. Spices and Extracts all one best. '-However. oonsiileriitions could be disregarded if all the other German demands, especial nteed open guar- mplied ntee opn iullv with and the natural couimercinl r liitkms oi Hivcium 10 Germany were considered in 'a jusl and workable! form." Heading for Disapointment j directors oi German strat- p.-v writes Mr. Uclloc. "set- their on-inal plan all gond to pieces. Fliev nofe day by day. with the ligures be-; fore them, 'a gigantic and uacreasing rate oi wastage immensely superior' SEAL BRAND COFFEE Ask your Grocer for Seal Brand to-day. this delicious coffee for breakfast to- morrow. CHASE4SANBORN MONTREAL Dr. Warnoch -is Sixth M. P. for Active Service Ottawa, Out., May sixth mem- ber of PnrJIiimeut la now on active sor. vice, Dr. Warnoch, M.I', for Macleod, has accented an appointment with tho Jmpei-fa! Army yotcrlunry corps, mid will be stationed in Montreal. In charge of all inanoolloa and siilpriing. Other memhers on active service ure. Col. Currie, Col. M. McLeod, Col. Cnr- rlcli. Col.. 11. II. iMci-eml and Co1. Harry Baker and Hon. Dr. Belaml. Ill addition to members of Parlia- ment on active service, many members have sons at the front. Col. Ganiott i Hughes, scm of General Hughes Is a i brigade ii'njor with the first contin- I gent, and was In .the thick of the I fVntiiiR at Langliemnrcfi. I Cnpttiin Ooehrane, a son of Hon. Frank Cochnmu, is on the staff of General Steele. commander of the aec- I oud contingent. A sou of Hon. T. W. j Crothera has secured a commission with a vlow to Joining the fourth con- tiiiKent. Hon. Frank Oliver has two I sons who ure leaving for the front. j The son of Speaker Uindry, ban- dry, is a brigade commander in the second contingent. j sons of members who are jwith the first contingent are Captain I Smith, a son of-Mr. II. Smith, niem- ilier for South Ontario; Lieut. Laucas- ter of tbe Artillery, son of B. Lan- i caster aud Private Clark of the pnn- icess Patricia's Light Infantry, son ot I Dr Clark of Red Deer. Captala Curry I of the loth uattalion, son of Senator Curry is one of tbe few officers of that regiment who escaped un- touched. Amongst members who are siring their sons tor the second con- tingent are G. Tnriff, M F. for As- siniboia and A. C .Boyce, M.P. for As- iSault Ste. Marie, and A. JI. Clark. M. Germany, but still eueet .tain sections of opinions amoii Allies. "Take a particular t in! nineteen-year-old student at Snskatr thC I V Island, lias The two sons leaving with the second con- tingent.. One member of Parliament to that of their enemy upon the west, and they perceivi-, with winter ran- witll' idlv drawing to its end, with the nittonins of the Kussians in Slglu within the next JEW weeks, with the i Dardanelles seriously threatened, with the new contingents about to appear i oi the great in the west, and. perhaps most man 'Sortic' aaainst Warsaw i, porlant of all, with the rapid pro- as a ser-ies of local succ, duction of ammunition and 01 sumci the abscnc. _ ent heavy artillery tor work ml] ,hc atLoil_0[ general sue-1 Brodeur has a son in the west, that the third phase 01 his plan for the immobilization, ol the j opinion Honest Russian armies is heading straight for a third disappointment. i '-Now, this impression, deliberately Not Figuring on Victory i calculated and imposed upon the Ger- "It is morally certgin that under i mall public in one form, and upon the isuch conditions'the great general stall anl( Allied public in another, 'oi the German army no longer pre- j Of course, deceive its own sumes upon victory. j authors. The great general stafi "It is morally certain that under kllows jls Own losses; it knows the j i longer presumes upon imposing adverse conditions Of the present j has a sbn in the Canadian navy, L. A Gauvreau of Teniiscouta. His son :adet on the Niobe. Hon. b. has a son a midshipman In the Imperial brigade. Col. McLean. lllc ___........liif in tlld hf So Dainty! IVE me Qllitrlrtn every time! They're so dainty flavor is simply scrumptious! There is nothing "just as good" as KLKHTFUl peppermint And the true flavor, sealed air-tight within that delicate pearl-grey candy coating s the secret of CSIiirlrtn' goodness. flStop at your nearest candy counter and get a package TO-DAY. who is A.A. brigade commander in tile third ccntingent, has a son a captain in the Royal Artillery, now .in France. SurvivorvS CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE borne, wno is with the hospital corps Duty of Young Men original will upon the will oi tbe j I Franco-Russian, British allies. critical turning point in the mind of the enemy has been reached. Always Rejy on Hamlin's siege work it has reckoned seriouslv the limits' of time vliich it is working. But we should fall into disastrous error if we "it our glory and our said "V Hon. Justice Riddell, addressing a col- ,-ithin graduating class in Toronto, "that our Canadian boys are at the front in the scene of war, where the greatest The change lias run its full course public opinion in Germany arama Oi all time is being played, the directing part oi that mind, and iwas playing a-part. It is.lion- j. Not one stricken field has Bri- the tuning of German public opinion convinced, and it does not re- tain seen since Wateiloo upon which lo another key has also begun. coenize that it is acting under orders: Canadians have not stood and fought i "The all-important problem, which i f hose Who Know and Who Don't for the.Elmpire. That was when there we must try to solve ai this mom- between' the military was no" rea] danger of destruction. From far-off Kara, where the Canadian Williams held the fort against an overwhelming mass of assailants, to Paardeburg, won by Canadian dash jUsitania. Fear for Calgarians Calgary, May It is feared in Caleary that a number of persons 'rorii this city who were on the ill- 'ated Lusitania, baVe perished. A par- tial list of the, saved has come over he wires and it does not contain the idles of any. of the Calgarians who fere on board the giant Uunardcr. While the list oi the local people .hoard has not, been completed, as early as can he ascertained, there were" at least eleven of them, Purest and safest of all and gerraicidal initsqualities, Hamlin'sWizard Oil has been a favorite with doctors and nurses for over 60 years. Its high quail ty ingredients have wonderfill healing power. Invaluable for rhemna- is the present state of the Ger-! reajjty anj the public opinion sup- man mind, directing and directed, to- the German soldiers is a gulf wards the future of the campaign. today "very much wiser than, any Kr. Belloc's Prophecy jwiiic'h has existed previously in this "I will hazard the suggestion that Todav there is all the strain it is at the present moment an atti- j accompanies au. unstable equili- i all. the top-heakihess that any i State suffers (particularly in'time oi tude to be defined somewhat as fol- i all. the top-heakihess that any lows war has not gone as we ex-jwarj Tvjlen those who 'know are in.a pec-ted. admit it freely. But it lias i utterly different from those become something much more, serious they instruct, for us than the danger of defeat. i May Never Truth matter through what, accident j or whether we are to blame or j sad gallantry, everywhere our. meu fought and won. The call now, when the need is more apparnt, is more .ur- gent, cannot" be disregarded. "Be o.ien hear ,t said tha MEDICAL RECIPROCITY Great Britain for. reciprocity, and now many graduates from Manitoba Medi- diil no Winnipeg, Man., May 6. One oE tlie results of the European war lias "been to bind together medical profession .throughout the Empire. The coimcil of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba has negotiated with. ihe Medical Council college can practice anywhere in hia Majesty's Dominions without further examinations. This action has probably been hastened on account of the scarcity of medical men in Great Briiaie as a result of recent events. For nine years Kellogg s Corn Flakes have con- stantly increased in popu- larity and have solved the breakfast problem in thousands of Canadian homes. Made in Canada from the SweetHeart of the finest white corn. lOc. per package. CORN FLAKES I.was told the other day by a. young man of military age that it required as much courage to remain behind as I to go to the front. I answered, 'What the 1 a lot of very brave men there are no nowadays.' I do propose to insult hut' the yomijf manhood before me by sup- "T" -posing that here there are any who I to reality-are only terrible when which, useful soldiers, can be niade. reasonable dc- violent. It is even possible, if things were mishandled, that the enemy lo nej? eriPpYe and the coward. U is sicken- leave certain districts in German cr learn the present anxiety of its .iter the v.-ar would be unwise, W i srs we only threatened their great power, and tried to take has i place we- thought our due. We mand upon us and to discuss terms. Those of that age who remain behind land fail to fight lor the Empire, if, should be of two classes only, the oward. It is sickeu- ius to see in some places the crowds at hockey matches and the like, of hale mining the supremacy of toW'Bri-j ardly fear of wounds or death, with a "In some such attitude as this they fain at sea and the whole interna- care f declaea would approach Europe and the ncu- tional position 01 these islands. do more wqrh .better tral countries. In other words, they I (work for Canada and the Empire by would be asking for a draw. i at home, his decision must "The directing military mind of the j i snemy has decided that victory in the ..K however, his decision is based original sense is now quite impos- "The Beverage that on thouglit that by remaining at sihle. It proposes the ultimate re-; ilome he may make more money for sumption of what it regards as the Not simply a thirst quencher, no' nlmBei[ a0 more good to the general public opinion oi Ger- for a corresponding movement of opin- ion upon the part of the neutrals, and perhaps of certain elements which it believes it. can find among the Allies. Bernhardi't Admissions "What Ikrnhardi has been recently writing for America is a piece of evi- dence to be studied closely. And it amounts, roughly, to this have not done what we thought we could, hut we are not is not ev- en possible to defeat us in any thor- I otigh manner and meanwhile we have luancS's clear advantages over MIR enemy which we permanently hold.' ''Tie then proceeds lo summarize j those conditions, and it is well wot- j thy oi note that they are the sort of things which particularly appeal to civilians, and which fe-w, soldiers would, if they were writing for sol- diers only, take the trouble to men- tion. He Knows the Truth "Hcrnhardi knows that Germany is making Cor defeat, and that any na- tion once defeated, can be and will be crushed. He is a. soldier. But his civilian audience here and elsewhere do not know this. 'When "we lurn.l-i :i third category (tvl.lmrra. Wolfe's Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps IHOOAN08 Olrt) JT f iLiccUent as a "pick-me-up" tonic aad most benclical in its eflcct on the England, bad been saved from the their mmes being as follows Mr. and Mrs. -Uthur Elliott, the former a, brother of Chas. -Elliott, '-.of 1127- Thirteenth- c West. Walter Potter, former em- Campbell, formerly in the employ ol CI. F. Dippie, oi Mack-ay and Tiiiss A. M. Campbell. (3eo. Gordon. R. Williams. R. L. Linlott, of tho II. and II. Apartments, 19th Avp. and Fourth street west. A. K. John- ston. .Mrs. Harnes. Among those who are reported res- cued ace i-Ias. Boyle, oE Hellevue, and Rev. and Mrs. Guycr, ol Codi- raae. Jacobus. Sigurd, who represented Sweden at the opening of the Pana- ma Pacific Exposition, was the only- iirst class passenger hooked at Cal- gary. His name does not appear iu the list oi saved. Right Hon. John Francis Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland, died ou Saturday. Previous to his appoint; inentias Lord Justice of'Appeal, Moriartv had been Solicitor-Generat pioyee ot th lalver ujimut KIU- post office. Miss T. F. and also Attorney-General for Ireland. MISSED EVERY SHOT One of the best stories told about Sir John French, field marshal of the I British forces, is how one night at dinner some officers were discussing 'line shooting. The general, was lis- 'tening, as was his wont, without making any remark, until at length he chipped 'in with "Say, I'll bet anyone in his calm, qujct, deliberate way, "that I can fire 10 shots at 500 yards and call each shot correctly without wait- ing for the marker. I'll stake a btx o! cigars on it." The major present accepted the pl- fer and the next morning the whole mess was at the shooting range to see the trial. Sir John lircd. "lllss I" .he. an- nounced. He fired again. "Miss re- peated. A third shot. "Miss "Hold on protested the major. "What are you doing? ou arc not shooting at the target at But French finished, his task. "Miss "Miss "Miss 1" "Of course I wasn t shooting at the target." he said. "I was shooting for OiffOtC." use Sunlight." "With Fleece as White as Snow" YOU ma) wash your choicest blankets with never a iear as to the result if you use Sunlight Soap. They will come from the tub as clean and sweet-smelling as the day they were ivoven, and they will dry as jsoft as the fleece on Mary's lamb. Sunlight saves all the rub and wear and doesn't do the slightest injury lo fabric or hands. A guarantee proves the absence of any adulterant or impurity. Ask for Sunlight und you receive satisfaction. Sunlight All grocers sell and recommend it 5c A ;