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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta '..IMS. PAGE TOOT Devalb DAILY AhO WIlKl-Y. delivered, by Wwkly. by mad TELEPHONES. H.OO S.OO 1.00 12" Business Office U24 Editorial Oillco TH6 WAR SITUATION A crcat battle is once more ragins Uors the GO-inile font In Flanders. snft ,he Allied forces wear to be Ithere was mother strong hh .election. Tho Hon. Robert's ob- t.'hata'i heeh attained, due wholly the aroused sentiment. o( the whole country tsalnst an election during the lix Brunswick th ore was awkward situation. A Conservative Premier had been forced to resign because a commission found Him guilty serious offences. A lll-emler was selected but the Imrty neretlhelesB has lost prestige and 'sooner ot inter it must appeal to jihe trtopie ami chances or retain- JwJ, ttr -of. While late Premier Proven to be ot SBf lolls offences he .has not lost ciiBle HI His party, for .been chosen as a candldaf of the party for the House of Commons. The records at the Conservative ad- MANITOBA'S NEW A. Sketch of T. Sriwferd jwrMij, th. Man Wha ed Upon to New the milking some The Br- musing sumv positions of witn great possibly effect. The absorbing news of yesterday w the sinking of the British war- EWp Goliath, with Heavy loss. Re- taliation for this comes from a Bntish submarine which penetrated the Dar- danelles, and sunk- two Tuffiish sun- boats and a transport The Allies making satisfactory nrosress In ministrations Ih British Columbia, Mew Brunswick and Manitoba are so badly stained that it is no wonder that Mf. Rogers was eager tor aa n.. betnre all their mis- to" iral 'administrations sup- 1Jie Dardanelles, according nounceraent. General Botha has won official ail- notable VjeliClt" fcruv------------- Tiotory in South Africa toy capturing the capital of Gennan Southwest Africa. In taking possession of the city he admonished his troops to use all' care in the treatment of the Ger- man women and children. Premier. Asqulth has announced the government's intention to segre- gate'all male aliens in England. This is an action winch many thought Should have been taken long ago. OUR POINT OF VIEW WHY ROGERS WAS EAGER FOR AN ELECTION >ren with eyes to see, ears to heierate attempt-to; but th attack.upon.' jelgi'irm gave ire no tim or thought or choice; we had to re- isf tHe-fiSlatio-n-Bf the treaty an he'wr'o'nV dbrie'to'a weaker state o we should' disgraced." tnosf! wnb.iave Studied the situa tion and who''hive familiarized them selves with CJermahy's ambitions wt' readily agree-with Lord Haldane conclusions.- The iustraiian Labor party was i ways a staunth advocate ot an Au tralian-naty. Keplylng to the crit cism of. Philip 'sBBwdon, the SHtis on tile Australian -Labor at- titude (Waffls naval proposals', Hoii. J. C. Watson, .for a short, time pre- mier of Australia, says: Tobias Crawford Notiis. new premier, is familiar to 'lto s new prcimui, n rge majority of the electors ol the rovince, and it is safe to say that I who know him have- iration tor his person... r. Xorris has bcfn his' province for a good many yesfs. rom his first entrance in the Man ,ba lesislature in 1896 he i- once to the dlscetiling' onM ol un- oubted powers arid more than drdm- rv political-sagacity. He entered the "gislature an earnest young Liberal id a supporter of the Gretnway ad- inistration. He soon began to take t in the debates, and it was not j before he was ready to t-ilt a It with some o! the. MM debatttt n the other side of the Muse. He as an indefatigable ose student of; all the hich came BtfdEe-the-hduse: He kept II the details of the public business t his flngcr-ends, and- alter r lew ears in the boifse was one ot the blest debaters in his who hart ot yet been selected lor cabinet hon- the Greenway administration vas defeated by M Conservatives nder the leadership ol Hon. H. J. iaedonald, Mr. Notris was one of the chting minotitv returned by the lectors. Even i'h those comparaUve- v eaflv- days a heavy responsibility ell en'tne inBttlaefS 61 tlie yotlftg The Liberal party m the ouse after the overwhelming reverse of 1899 had a very difficult condition o meet and -especially alter Thomas Greeiiwar retired Irdm the egislature. The old and redoibtable debaters 6! the party-had-largely dis- appeared from and cotopar- atltelV untried members like Mr. Nor- had to present-some sort of nght- 'ng front to -a government -swongiy entrenched-a government not a little Inclined to terrorize and bulldoie any- one who had the, temerity to criticize and rebuke. Early Struggle's The leader, ihe-. opposition _ Shosc days, when, the .opposition had to meet and overcome as'.lar' M pos- sible most disheartening clrouinstano, es was Hon. C. J. MtcWe, a man of great personi.1 worth and prsbrty, but bv nature averse to the. lough- atta'clfE 'and' scriffimigfs b joimclr strife: -Mf.- .in that otten balled- upon to rebuke and censure the strong gov- _ flnd ID From the our labor mean his own downfall and even menii that ol the fiorden government Mr Rogers, long associated with the Rob Un government, was considered the author ol Manitoba's political meth od, and that he was adoptta- these methods at OtUwa is well known An exposure of the methods meant dam- ate to Himself and to his party, and 10 he eagerly rushed about demand ing'an. early Dominion election ibetore __ trttniU went over the op Bblttion in -Manitoba. IJot being 1S the ablS to'galn fiis point the Roolln gov ernment was allowed to throw np Us JutU at once It likely could have lien on until but since there tax no -poSBiiUity of i Jilffe election, th> soottr the collapse fie netter wis Things m a" staie in Bntish ColuH eia, A CofissrvatlTe government miles {a FhitjirBvlnce It has been trayel the too The B 0 Ijetfslature- itas' dissolved a month or ago The date for an election WSJ ana the caupalsn startsd. Very soiro .the government found that pub- lic opinion was very strongly against (lt The Liberals were active, the 'people Booked to their sttppoft and and his colleagues feared -worst Even in the government racks thefe was division. The prodi to the railways were more thin many of his supporters could island and they protested The waste et public money, the scandalous dis (jlbntion of the public domain, lands amongst party favontes aid the evef-growing debt of the pro- aroused slicn criticism from s'cores of leading Cdniienatives, a the .Liberal opposition, tha felr McBride' began to- trem- -in the precipice. He decided he uld move back from the precipice L stand on safer grduild, and he jheed that tHe electioiis not iJheld on the date fixed, an unprece- inted action in Canadian politics i'date has yet been Sied Sir Rich in Bngiand hoping that the Itbrm will blow ever Ilobjrt Rogers mer o Austra'lia Bad followed the advice. of the oraclal class there would have been no Aiutraliao navy beginning Federation p'atform inchided the proposal for ah Anstrallan-owned nafy, aiid it took fflaoy yean' propaganda before we convinced the people of its necessity. During that period the Britttn authori- ties to convince us that a tri- bute diwuiaed as a subsidy waS tfie proper to naval defence, and it TTM not unW 1909 that the Admiralty deferred to Australian opinion anS eouotenanee and isirtaace to the creating 6J a Pacific reoUh.e auu wcuauiv y erament opposed and to meet the volleys of sanSasta and de- nunciation which Ms jwprds incited lie had willing .helpers in .thpw diffi cuir. times; most tfvinii ana ;le- snite ail Me unfair-advantages which it to uSe against him; the tHfe R-onltn; firsi if most' thBrolIsh: Pbltttcal. Jlilfer Kit in Canada, l! Lansdowne by; the harrow majority Si 11. 'l-Eose were'the days'Men Ahat j rtoger? "with 'the "aid oV their derlui machine; hei'd the provincei in the-thrall Mnation. -BombjaHc aaaiDtBuvo Beet" Now WI Australia is united In the opinion the policy sions ot patriotiSntj sions ot patrionj tions of poHticil-ptobitv, irantie if ay- ions these DldCEDUPlN THE BUSr MAN Moose Jaw c.titens he ''fast time" proposal Alaska, had a fire -which did JIM.OOO. damase. H H K C., the., well known Toronto lawyer, is seriously ill at his home at Urtmdge. Edward Fredericks, a farmer' near St Thomas, su-ided by hanging him- self ia nil bam He iraves a..wife and ten children. cletks of tHe C P.R.; Construc- tion department, working uT ftbgers Pass, have been sent to the.'peniten- tiary for falsifying payrolls: Constable J toria police force, a charge of attempting to -_ Palmer, the deputv chiet oHhe" force Palmer had reprimanded Abbott for drinking. The Hamilton Germania, of Hamilton, Ont having a large mem- bmhip, including several .hundred 15.Ul of the Dag on these were the methods -which: fc'.a time deluded the.people into endor Ing an era and pn digality.....................'-'.' ReturnM In 1907 iffe iigain candidate LahsdbWnS. by 100 of a t Succeeding .elections, turned with marans.-. .he arrived -tji on found ly entrenched. Tfi ing marvellously ___IJ.'L. that the tion would ing against jvernment. y s under arrest B politician that 11, flouds were heavy in the ince He knew thefe wai i tty of govern- t there or any ai 1 poner Without Us Muen'oe the ral party would suftet, and berihlp, mciuamg business men. yesterday voluntarily closed its doors for the remainder ol the war, President Wilson Mr Irem former President .Taft ex- ptessmz confidence m his ability t handle tile situation growing Jput o the smking of the Lusitania The president written a reply, .to Mr Taft lhankiiig him TM of gophers hav handed to officials of the loca union of keoma, of the United Far the first ap it tbi statement "oat, Last Last Day Tomorrow, Saturday, is positively the last day of our great nine was nut.. well; jShd -it seen'iea1 a; long time., before ifewhfft- wealc pppbsi- mld b.e ihst tne'sttttli" position of the 191 n Mr- Noir-is- as n, ot oon demonstrated .that .the aelfe-.. ad been a most happy one from the hot tacbanp., but c had mastered- patHamentary usage o such an he. was easily n a par in tliis .regard- with his most redoubtable opponents. He also, n accouiit of-hii cloae-Btjiily df inciai .-tlaoBgh ears, and his memorv, was so posted .hat his very seldom relWedr -leadet, Mr. sotn dereioWd wBat was; 4t flt-st i sniall -but at woii- derlully united and distinctly fight- ambti nt opposition-. GonspiciioiW .ambtig ;hose who stood at.his-bacV igainst odds were fSomas-H.-Johnsbn. 5r. Thornton, Dr. Val Winkler, Dr.; McConnell, 0. P, f c- Phdi-sdn, J. B. J. 01. H.. Mal- colm, and several other (oyal'Lineral members. Coming Into Hit Own It was alter the general 1914. that .Mr, before the peopln of. the fight-, continuously aiainrt and bitter Yull'B! t'is was in splendid Tomorrow will be Your Last Opportunity To Buy Seasonable Men's Wear AT LESS THAN COST OP PRODUCTION TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE CUT PRICES WHILE YET THERE IS TIME "Fashion Craft" Suits For Men and Young Men fine naif, smoa'th finisaed wor- steds and close twilled Blue Suits. .Out Price Suits, put 516.75 Suits, Out Price.....513.95 RamCoats 117-50 Oiit Price. Cut Mc6. 110.50 Raincoat. Cut Pfiee.. -S8.75 Men's Suits Specif lot of Men's Worsted Suits, a snSp at Cut Price.- Special lot of Men's TWCSdflnito M- tailed at Cut Price.... 57.95 Shoes f Idrshejm Shoes, Cut Price f lorskeim Cut Price Hosiery Seamiesi Mflroerized Half Hose, col- ors tan, blacS and navy. 25c pair. Cut Price........10C 150 Work Socks. Cut Price 3 pair Fine Shoes Men's Fine Pants Pants. Pants. Pants. Pants. 88.50 Out Price Gilt Price Out Price Out Price Gut Price Oiit Price CUT PRICE-'. 15.50 Slices, or black......j itj.35 Shoda, tan. ot 14.00 Shoes, Wftck only .OO Boys'Work Shirts Sl.OO Sliiits'. Out Puce .506 Men's Working Shirts Fast Colors. Bhirij. CWl Price -856 Work Shoes Men's Solid Leather Work Shoes Work Sftbeis. Cut Work gnoes. Out Price.. 00 WoA Shoes. Out Price.. "fashion Craft "Light Spring Overcoats r V GUt PRICE Underwear gtanneld's Wool Spring and Summer -tJndei-Wear, Combinatidh or Two Suits, Suits. Out Price. Men's "True-Ktiit" Spring and Sum- nier tJnderwea.r> CpmHnations or xwo Piece, per suit. Out Piice. -906 Stetson Hate and 50 Stetson Hats; Out Price SZ.95 Men's Soft Felt Hats In tile latest Styles and dolor'8.. Hats. Cut Pride ,45 Men's Caps 1 2o Spring and Summer Claps--, Cut Price..................75c Panama Hats 6.50 and Out 53.95 Fine Straw Hats 96o and'11.66 Straw Hats- Out Price Men's Ties 50c Ties. Gilt Price........ 75c Ties, Out Price'.......', 25c 45c Spring Ovei-coat Spring OveMoftt Men's Fine Gloves Front the pest makers, Dent, .Perritt and Suede, Dogskin or Mocha. per pair. Cut Price..-.. per paii'. Cut Price.... per pair. Cut 956 Men's Working Gloves Gloves. Out Price -JSO Gloves. Out Price GlbveS. Out Price Men's Umbrellas 11.50 Umbrellas. Out Price 950 KEEL ;