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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQ1E FOCB THE LBTHBRIDGS BAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915 Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY. RATES: (Wlr. delivered, per year..... by per year...... by mail, per TELEPHONES. Its Investigation Into the lu connection with the construction of iho'.Manitoba Parliament .buildings, an well as MB fear that B. C. Gov- ernment Stven a bod jolt when It dares to to the ck-c- tors. When the Time Comes 3.00 the Titanic went doiyi a 1.00 journalist. Wm. T. France and Belgium nre not yet com- land an American millionaire, John Astor. were amongst the vie- i tiros. It is a striking coincident (Toronto Globe) Mr Lloyd George's intimities that Britlih preparations for the expulsion of Gorman invaders from northern plete. prove a liisappotntmant to many who hoped that tbo war would be hroustit to n triumphant end eaiW. in tilt? summer. The Chancellor's Editorial Office w A Buchanun John Torranctt Hanaglnjf D.tecior Business Manager York's wealthy families. ................._.. that the disaster memoes i allusion to thv need for a very amongst its victims, Elbert Hubtard. j larec accumulation of ammunition ami famous writer, and Alfred Vauder- bill, representative of another of New THE WAR SITUATION AS IT APPEARS Yesterday's despatches indicated unite dearly that thsre can no long- course open to Italy savr er Of any the for W. H. Sharpe, Conservative M. P.. for Lifgar, appeals tor support on the ground that he was getting a S1W.OOO ostofflce and custom house for Mor- with success. democrat that of At niiy moment elorm wiiich Us bten brewtnf months, may break about tlioi- luads. sun-ess for the Allies are recorded in the UoriaMllM, where j lure to many Turks, hair upon disunity list. In Flanders the British have been re-. hy new armies and are im.-liini: the ofiensi TI.e' President of the United States {the war" a_n not In any Imrrj: to TOLintry in a quarr-l which may end in war over the busitania tragedy. I cratk- He upholds tlio Suites aa an of a nation living m peace and llicnali blaming the Ger- mans for the horrible act ot piracy, is inclined to keep out of trouble any cost. den. a town of i couple of-thousand. people, a building lor Cretan, and a building for Jlainton. Evidently a big chunk of the socnlleJ material to be used "when the time comes t.o drive tlwGorimiiB out Fiandors and France." Indicates that it may be some before the needed accumulation can he made. The daily use of artillery shells is very crest, and it vrould be moat un- wise "to stint the army now'In the field to provide si.-pplies for the great- er venture of life future. The public no adequate uoncep- war taxes are to 4e spent in nd Mr. Sharpe is usln? the -.xpeaiU- catcb votes. iiniv m.uo the I stamps will you need to lick to W tor Liscar's A zrea' asked ol is example with the advan.v. jreat moral sought to estab- supreme law. Right tion of the strain traitor which the ar- senals and anus factories of Great Britain been working during the past nint months. It is stated that three men have offered for i servile. In August last, it is believed, there were not a million military rifles in United Kingdom. To provide fivcv million rifles would involve an av- erage output of SOOO weapons for ev. ery working day since August 1. In .the early months of the war no such of j output was possible, because tools dM not exist in sufficient numbers to pro- vide it. The jiroba-bility is that at pre- sent the output is from twelve to fif- teen thousand rifles dafty. and that there are still many thousands or men In training for whom arms have not been provided. is m: CONSERVATIVE PROTEST AGAINST AN ELECTION Al a meeting to protest against Dominion election during the war. notable speech made by Craig, a young Oonservativ of Winnipeg: If the manufacture of rifles and It is giving us, sman arms ammunition on an ade- exarnples of best ciuale'scale nss proved a difficult task, the problem of providing artillery must have been vastly more serious. Great guns berorged and bored and finished in a few days. The larger weapons Involve weeks and months labor by skilled artisans. Thous- in !amian nature. The ob- ?hould be beneficial- No- quickened. Our sfan- o-jld lie lifted up. We all icsurior.3. You in Chicago Tork were too luxurious. ,v.. jn London were too luxurious, ij.-rlin too luxurious. In Paris also r-eople had -become luxurious. yer. ahull be made simpler by this f.r. shall be made more frugal. b ve bY-n a saldjmore serious, less cynkal, greater, he sav tonisbt am bet Lons years will pass .before any one er than than I anT a Canadian-' of us ceases'to. feel the effects ol the Is or Conser-: struggle-" .The horrors or the war are all of us. not Libsia vatlves. but Canadians. Tlje only iflcation for a general election f overcome us, and yet if we are to ao some of the prophecies of emln- present time is necessit: was necessity for tBe meeting oould not bMn "1Iea- world. "N'ow. what would Ws he queried- faYored t'e i "Tl'rf-e ind if there ;ent authoriites, this great struggle is regard and O" therS erer 'a .honld M ruL ar- one party other oppoied It- ion ot tie Canaan people m _thU there is no nee- 10 the electorate. It i time when Canada it is now. An elec- ified toy conditions as We know that Ger- and hare been it into in vast numbers fjnro the past tea years; what a it is to our common Canadian nationalism to seek to divide them now! The argument is all one-sided j toaighi. The parades of the unem ployed which we nessed in this city constituted'a chal- jlecuon this destined to improve conditions In the Lord Haldane pictures some an the beneBcis.! changes which will Licy that i take place. and the no dlris- RICKED UP IN i .ASSING FOR THE FUSTT HAS ands of guns ranging in calibre -from three inches up to the tremendous fif- teen-inch weapons tor the new super- dreadnaughts been turned out since the war began. The making ot artillery ammunition has gone for- ward simultaneously, and machine Afloat or Ashore SEAL BRAND COFFEE is still the favorite IT 15 SUPERB! Territory of U.S. Consul Extended Into Alberta Fernie, May lo the Panama exhibition travel is beginning, to asscrt-ilself thrynKh the travel both ways now, ami among the ictmmng' pleasure seeks, Mr. and ilrs. lien I lumpliries 'and daughter, of Toronto, stopped oR lust evening, Ion their way home, from .California, and arc the guests of Mrs. JJ. R. Wallace for a'.day. or two. i Mr. H. P. Hope, school inspector for this district, .is here this week (from Victoria looking through tlic Uehools nt Michel, Natal, Cokato ami j other outlying schools. United States Cbhsu! Bowman lias I received notice from Washington that j the territory over which he is to I look after the interests of that, eouu- i tiy and its citizens, has heim ex- pended to include all of Kootenav and i the Yale-Cariboo district -south and .east of Carni. To the east his" terri- tory is to include. Pinchcr Creek and [intervening; territory in Alberta. This j places Nelson under' the supervision of i the Fernie ofiice instead'of at Van- I couver as heretofore. j j The shipment of coal an'd coke frqm I I this district and the shipment ol minerals from the territory west, j [constitutes the hulk of Inoss going through this ofiice and the. j change will he very much to the con- jvenienee of shippers in those lines. This new arrangement divides B. C. i into three districts, jtoria and. Fcrr-ie, all other offices be-'j [ing agencies under'these consular -ol- 'fices. Presentation Made to Cowley Soldier Cowley, May dance and pre- sentation to-the soldier boys of tbe North Fork and Cowley district at- present in' tralnine at the Pinchcr camp, squadron A, shops all over the world have been j 13th C.M.R., WES given in the Cow- brought into servicb in the construe- ley opera house on the evening otjmlte, a battery, and a ro] PLOT TO KILL DUKE ALLEGED Ottavra. Ont., May man nam- ed Horace Dude, found bound and gag- ged in Rockclil'fe. park, today, tol.i the police that he had frustrated an attempt during the night to dynamite Government.'house, the residence of the Duke ot Connaught. He said be entered the park at 3 a.m. and was overpowered by three men, who de- manded that he show them the way to Government House, at the same time exhibiting several sticks of dyna- of wire. That early morning dose of is responsible for many a man's good health'and business efficiency. A spoonful m a glass of water before breakfast means a 'clear brain for clear hearty ;ippctitc and .1 good digestion. It no! only makrs but keeps yon it is ;i nattir.il remedy. Try ENO'S for a few morning's and notice how much better you invigorated MS a result of its purifying-, cleaning proper- lies. Hiere is only one "FRUIT Don't be per- suaded to buy worthless imitations. Got your Prrfvrftl fy J. C ENO, Wcrk.." LONDON, HAROLD T. RITCHIE CO. LIMITED 10 XcUUL STREET. TQSOHIO (6) .Ill tion of shells. cost of some the! Friday, May '7th, under'the efflcieat larger projectiles is- startlngly great i organization of Mrs. George Heatoa It is said that each 15-inch shell used land ati assistant committee ot Jles- -by the Queen Elizabeth coats Tbis may include the damage done to the gun ai well as the cost of the pro- jectile, out the fact remains that a day's bcmbardment at the Bar-: vices to the dames R. Lynch, Kemmis, Elton, C. Lynch, Stauntpn, and Lar- mour. As a'token of the esteem and appreciation of the ofifr o! their ser- When he refused they bound and gag-1 vindictive towards the BELIEVE STORY OF CRUCIFIXION England. They all firmly believe London, May Morning story of the Canadian soldier being Post's Paris correspondent says the j crucified, and assert that they heara wounded Canadians are all certain i It from officers of the Dublin FiisH- L'mt the Germans arc particularly Icrs. who actually came across the i thi latter j hotly nailed to a door with hands and ged him he said. The police do not j are furicus that they did not stay in feet pierced with bayonets, and credit his storj-, but are investigating, j Canada instead of coming over to help body riddled with biinets. The Texas legislature passed a re- solution favoring the severance of diplomatic relations with Germany. Lieut. Arthur Asquith, son of Pre- i time'rapidly appn mier Ascjaith, was wounded in G-alli- parations will b achieve "no end? Surely the Conser-j The whole of the financial adminis- leaders are big eaongh and tratioa of'Newfouiidland1 participation f the present has been turned magnanimous enough to forget W s owt government non- jinipers m the Liberal party and work j partisan COpmJttee composed of the towards the men of Stl John's, the Canadian People Ifc is altogether likely the women I have a dear fiariner in business i lot who is ]une there soraewhere. perhaps daad went on Mr. Craig.; and it is expected that, the legisla- King and Empire, each danelles will use up more than a i soldier was made the recipient ot a month's product of hundreds of work-) silver wrist watch, suitably inscribed j men engaged in the arsenals at home, i as a memento of the occasion, in the I Germany had vast accumulationa of case of Lt. W. Sharpe, a riding crop, rifles, small arms ammunition, art it-1 and pi A. W. Cox, an illuminated lery and projectiles when she declared Compass. John Kemmis, M.P.I., ad- war. She was "stocked up." Britain'dressed the assembly with a lew went into battle bare of war material words, brielly stating the object ot and without even the tools to produce! the occasion and expressing the hopes large quantities ia a euorrtime.' It is land wishes that-would go- with with the boys. The presentations were made by llrs, Clarkson, who has seen many -of these boys develop from in- fancy to manhood, assisted by 5Irs. TCemims. The soldiers, twenty-six in alt, were Lt. W. Lance Serjjt. Lancely, Sergt. LH. V. Miles, Corp. Cox, A. p. Thompson, VI. C. "Twist, F, M. Ifastcrman, Guy Carr, H. Clarkson, W. Dean, H.'H. Rog- ers, V. Hawkins, B. Cox, V. Hayes, H. Blake, W. Robinson, B. Robinson, Adlam, Gerrard, Killop. K. ilacLean, A. McKeown, W. Farrell. Lt. Shacpe made a suitable and gal- lant reply on hehalf of the soldiers, resounding cheers followed for the King, the soldiers, the ladies, etc., accompanied to the National Anthem and the Marseillaise. Dancing contin- ued after the presentation's. Dr. A. C. Johnston, of Lund- breck; who ,.the Calgary Medical Corps, 15th was also remembered. the German rush till Britain's greit new army eoald be equipped and put in the Held with adenuate supplies. The roaches -when her pre- complete. Then there will be war on the western front upon such a scale as the world has not hitherto seen. But the time is not ret. ARE' SAFE Montreal, Que.. May 12. A wire has Defy Dyspepsia! is he lying? There are others like him -Would it not be to'ore fitting for the Canadian govern- ment to try and find out where all its dead are lying instead of projecting party strife at this time? I say that o-jr boys at the front are fully justU fied II they, take the ballot boxes sent them for Uieir voles aiid rfp those boxes with bullets. T would' say, fill the boxes with the uniforms of the dead and the execrations of the liv- ing and send them -back whence they came. After tiie war is time enough to settle all party differences. Know no Li-beral and no Con- party while the war lasts." porters gel. a munth from Iht. ihc president of claims lhat. even if this wage was increased, tips' would not ceaee. Guess beV right. If a porter Avas a 'taillionaire, w-e fools of passengers would Btill go on tipping. Just porter ihtnk- we've got Hob. Robert-Roger's eagenrtas for tn election Is due undoubtedly to (hfo anxiety to have it over with fort tUe Royal ture will place on record in some.form upon this imppr.taht ques- tion. GAULT AGAIN WOUNDED Montreal, Que., May Hamilton Gault, who.'raised'the Prin- has again j cabled ad-' received ,hy friends. Major Gault had just retnrned-to the front.: following a .disabling arm wound, when he was again, injured in action, this time in the, arm and leg. cess Patrfcia reg been wcomded, according Among-the svmpfcbms of_Dy or Indigestion may heavy, cutting pain soon after eating; a distended, full feeling of the stomach and bowels; belching of. wind and flatulence; a burning sensation m_the stomach, which indicates acidity heartburn; palpitation of the heart; oppression of breathing; pain under the ribs an4 shoulder-blades; headache through the temples and eyes; dizzi- nausea or vomitihj. Abbey's Effervescent. "Silt is the natural specific for all these conditions. Being an antacid, it immediately re- lieves the acidity of the stomach and ttops the fermentation. It the secretion and muscular action of the stomach and. bowels, and over- comes the constipation. When its use is kept up the normal'action of all the organs of digestion Is re-estab- lished. Sold at ttc. Sold by Higinbotham A Co., Limited OF CANADA Wilk Cash It Ifeeluk YM CM fay M Mvulage You know hov costs more when you hive to buy on credit. Why not practice self-denial for a vhile if necessary, open i Savings Account In the Uaion Bank of Canada, and with the money in hind, buy at Cash prices? Th'e discounts vill help to swell your bank balance, and you vill.have made a good start tov'ardi financial independence. UETHBRIDOE BRANCH GRASgY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, H. E. SANDS, Acting Miniger A Russian Interment large number of Austrians captured by the Eussians at Przemysl in a Eussian internment camp. YOUNG GIRL .HEROINE IN LUSITANIA TRAQEDV May daylong morbid crowds surrounded the tem- porary morgues where the bodies of. 149 victims of the- Lusitania await identification: Although few hare been i identified, many bear evidence of hav- ing occupied the -firstHSIass cabins, i In four morgues lay the dead, wo- men in some cases side by side with children grouped like toys. The body of Charles Frohman, the clothing wa- ter-soaked, but his features placid, lay face upward in a bare room in an old building on the hillside a hun- dred yards from the water's edge. Around him were. ranged 5C 'bodies of both sexes over which attendants were bending, sorting and .ticketing their belongings. All day in hotel corridors, halls and reception rooms' siirVirors sat listlessly, still too dazed to discuss what had occurred. They, .were dress- ed in a variety o! garraentl. Some were crying softly some were trying to-force down-heel tea or other nour- ishment. In front of the Cunard' line ofiices a crowd'surged, .clamoring for news. Farther down the street a small crowd crammed the government tele- graph office where three clerks and three operators strove .to keep abreast of the evet-gtowing stream of messages. The brief time elapsing.between the torpedoing and sinking of Lusi- tania was long' enough to develop a heroine in the .person of Miss Kath- leen Kaye, H.years oiii, returning from Sew York, -where she had been visiting-.relatives With smiling uordl and reassurances she aided stewards in filling a boat with women ani! children. When all were in she climbed aboard the lifeboat as coolly as an "ble sea- man. One sailor fainted at his oar as the result of a hard race to swamping. The girl took his plactf and rowed until the boat was.out o! danger. None among tbe survnors hears as little sign of her tsrnble evperioncc as Miss Kaye, who spends most of her time comforting and' her listers in In Those Bays- Insurance was little considered in this country. One man had to travel to York-to get a policy, and had-to pay an extra premium on: what was called'the That man iounded' the Canada Life, Canada's oldest life. Company, Absolute security based upon conservative management, complete satisfaction to the policyholder based upon generous profit distributions, and prompt payment of claims through 68 years have made a national institution of 5? CANADA Since its foundation and up to the end of 1914, the Canada Lifehasoiid or holds on peer v-infi have paid in. Wilson Skeith, Agents, Lethbridgc ;