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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta She Dei-alb letbtwtbfle, Blbevta 3' DAILY AND WEEKLY. Bally, delivered, nor year... by mall, per year by mall, 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES. Business Ofttc? Editorial OiBco finally fo- so pronounced that he yielded, rho Commission siarleil worli only n taw weekB ago. bill it did not get fur-when a move was made to ureveut It proceoujus with jlnmlav of this adjourn- menVmi's u.mue for week, and at Uje IF THERE IS ELECTION DAILY, HERALD Orator Sjwafo Against Prohibiton J. D. Oshornc, the blind Socialist orator ol California, to.a IuIrT sized audience last night in tho Ma- jestic theatre. He'said, in part: "I urn opposed to prohibition be- cause prohibition is opposed to tem- perance. Every argument in favor o prohibition is an argument against temperance, and every argument in favor of temperance is an argument MAY TEE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, JjBBWE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the BanK. TWO MORE NATIONS ON VERGE OF WAR Two more nations today upon the brink of the vortes in which; already halt the world is struggling. partSciDatioa lu '-he war i ic'n yesterday to l-e only a matter. Reduction Second'CiMn Rates to All Steamers Service METAGAMA (New) ...June 3 MISSANABIE (New) ..June 17 METADATA (New) ...July 1 MISSANABIE (New) ..July 15 For full particular! :apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg To and From Great Britain. SAILINGS. MONTREAL-GLASGOW SERVICE Steamers From Glasgow Alhenia Hay 26 June 1 cabin and third-class ac- coromouation. Rates 550 and respectively. 'Carries cabin passengers These steamers are fitted with twin screws bllco keels I which prevents at sea) and wireless against pro! "The present economic pro- Fernie an Active Military Centre of importing a racial jj cicment who have the 'dry' jag. mischiei-maker, olImancing ptolvibitionists have the 'dry see to it- that the "ttg 80CB bul not HIV as would be the case if ft vierv. not that so many applicants are again turned down on account.ot teeth It seems that the. coai class have very poor Washiugto situation with the. mCIU 'corrcspSnce, one phase oE of the United States Glacials today refused to say tha f Dr Dcrnhurg had been from, sources learned a ccssntion of Dr. to leavo the country. visiYlc'campalgn. What d invisible cam- the ioieign-born populate Horn Eu- I .-nnn TJfl Tiar r-tmT. fPflPo Dap ser- Evangelical ill the Conservative rope increased by 170 pe.r cent. (Page i Robert heed tie warning? e German, population or Census VoL 3} church last Sunday, it being, the EICKED UP IN SSING Mothers' Day will in the future had suggested that Mr. n- For rates and other information apply to H E LIDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main Sf. Phone M. 5312 Vancouver, 531 Street. THE POLITICAL IN MANITOBA Manitoba's political methods could not meet exposure, EO the govern- ment, which dominated the affairs of that province for some years, has re- signed "without honor to its as the Winnipeg Telegram very can- didly and unexpectedly declares. Iv is no surprise. ...The Roblin gov- ernment has' been on the down grade tor vears- Us general administration glaringly corrupt, and its administration of justice a disgrace to a British prov'nce. "Withal that, it has had the defence of Conservatives throughout the and Boger.methods pave.been cheerfully excused by party nounced far less -n tration on the part of Liberals as an outrage upon the public. Every year the Manitoba govern- ment has been getting deeper in the mire, and in tie last general election, about a year asp, they were only'able to pull through by the grossest mis- use of their direction ot election ma cbinery.- The case of The Pas has not been forgotten by the.people who nave-taken an interest in public at fairs. It is otiiie certain re! of "money was spent in that elec- tion., to return the govBrumeat, that the money came from the rake off on the Parliament buildings contract is generally credited. One-thing thousands of Conservatives left the party in 19U on account of their disgust with the Hoblin political methods and rotten administration, ana the government succeeded in winning because of the influence it was able to eiert in con- stituencies where the electors were susceptible to corruption. The fresh lease of life, gained in a manner not creditable to Manitoba, did not last long. The punishment for misdeeds had to come sooner or it came sooner than one gentleman at least, the Hon. Robert Rogers, desired. The direct cause of the wreck was the Parliament build- ings scandal. It was charged that in tho construction of these buildings "over had already been lost to the province. Liberals made charg- es on the floorer the House. Premier Hoblia was asked for an inquiry by a Judicial Investigation, since the Lib- erals had obstacles placed in their way when they endeavored to bring evidence before the Public Accounts The Premier refused, boldly deqlared there was nothing to'Investigate. Then the Liberals ap- pealed direct to the Lieutenant-Gov- ernor, and when Sir Rodmond Hoblin learned of this action he consented A Nervous Sufferer Restored to Health by Ly dia E. Pinkhais's Veg- etable Patriotic fund. there are 177 children. appointed judge of Clydesdale at the San Francisco exposition. Hubert Evans, city editor of the Nel: son News, has enlisted with the 54th Kootenay Regiment. Six members of the. News .staff are np-r >M colors. employees of a fac- tory in Calgary, working on war sup- plies, have refused to work beside Germans and Austrians In the em- ploy c-t tha !lrm. Paul Hoffman, a German officer in Toronto, was arrested and interned when he cheered the sinking large tionabiy ask if -it. comes to an elec- tion They will he justified in asking.] them. In the' first :place, they will ask Sir itobert Borden to square bis nrescnt platform of patriotism with the alliance; of 'the Conservative par: tv under his with Henri B'o'urassa in The. Liberals .will sk Sir Robert Borden to explain to the people of Canada the French Nationalist to the appointment of a judicial com given course mission This was at the close of SotTno cession of the Legislature The Pre- been lnvented that btld ott'the appointment tor arge as a convalescent home for invalided or wounded soldiers. A form of camera obscura has been invented >by a Frenchman to Inform an avlatoi 'when he deviates from a arger than a watch the fact that Bourassa, was financed by the Con- servatives for the express purpose of proving that Sir Wilfrid ..Lauricr was too loyal, too good a'Britisher, and too strong an Imperialist, Conserva- tive campaign funds were in 1911 to spread and preach disloyalty to the British connection the British Empire. But for candidates elected to the House ol Commons on Montgomery and Davis were diivingin from the country at a lively clip, their car struck a rut and; turned turtle. Mr. Davis, who is an employee of the In- ternational Supply Co., received a bad- y fractured ankle, both bones being roken and splintered, and he is now onfined to the hospital. -Mr. Mont- gomery is only slightly inured.- Last evening as Muriel, the five- year-old daughter of Mr. .and Mrs 3eorge 'Robinson, was .on top of tne ence at their home reaching Into a rce for an insect, the branch she was loldirij? gave way, and slie fell to the ground, breaking her left arm. In two ilaces. An artery was also fractured t Is hardly hoped that her arm can be saved. this anti-British'platform, the Con- servatives would have lacked a work- On the nue-stion ol loyalty, the Lib- eral! will foi an tified in asking UNPARALLELED New York, N.Y., 'May re will not only be out ce.e- -fed with t.lie i bvated with increasing interest and but Mr willpughby si port of the British commission in- specting Belgian claims .this afternoon placed a book embodying'the report on sale. It tells of murder, lust and pil- lage on a scale unparalleled in any between civilized pations. sol- lelpfulness. The church auditorium was bcauti- luliy decorated with an abundance of wild Sowers which added much to the pleasure and spirit o! the services. SHARP WILLIAMS WOULD MOBILIZE AMERICAN FLEET Jackson, Miss., May John Sharp Williams of Mississippi, in a statement here today, regarding the L-usilania disaster, declared that if the vessel were armed Germany was justl fled in torpedoing her. ho add- ed, am informed she was not, and that puts a different light upon it, Discussing the torpedoing of the Am- erican steamer Quit Light, Senator William) said: "If I were president I would mohil ize the fleet, and demand of Germany not only an apology aud Indemnity hut assurance that such_ an should diers were unrestrained lust Many of the illage and were not be repeated. But this would be a demand only, and not an ultimatum. he said, "I am willing to leave the entire subject wit tho President, who is fully informed, th the liquor Jghby should emenibci policy announced y the Consetvatnr parly and tho the prohibition 'he liquor interests, he added, knew j Kasota, Minn. am Lydia B. 1 more for me fton sil anything "4 1 he'd the best physi- cian I was so weak anil nervous tti'at'l could not do my: work and suf- fered with pains low Sown in my right side for a yew or more. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- 1 and how I feel like it person." I believe there is _ like Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege; table Compound for weak KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HOLD ANNUAL Medicine Hat, Alia., flay following are the officers of the Kma-l'ts of Columbus who take ortlce in the province on Tune 1, They were Creagan, Calgary secretary, Lkhbndge, tieasurer, T. Long, bridge, warden, J JlacConrt. Mcd, cine- Hat Advocate, Mr. Well, Ed- monton, lecturer, P ,1. Quinlan, "Medi- cine Hat alternates to supreme con- vention, Mayor Costello, Calgary and H J Roche, Edmonton. cine, for I know it more tlian it claimed to do. CLABA FRUJKS, R. F. D. No. 1, crest Kasota, Mian. Women .who suffer from thesei dis- tressing ills peculiK to be convinced of the ability of Lydi. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound tore- store their health by the many and truthful testimonials we con- publishing in the K you the yllfhteit doubt wrUo contained the report, The Canadian Red Cross has grant- ecTjoOOO for relief work .in vlcc. your letter will be opcncrt. woman, lfrtrt flWWww. ;