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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta If 1 fAGEFOCil 'THE LETHBRIDGE pA'i't'Y HERALD THURSDAY, MAY letbbrifege alberta PAILY AND WHKLV. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Hally, delivered, per Mly, by mail, per year...... by mall, per year.... J.OO 1.00 TELEPHONES; Business Office............... editorial Office l2 W. A. Buchanan John Torrincl Managing Director Businesi Manager ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Yesterday's biggest sews was Pre- raier -Aequith's announcement Ui the British House of Commons, of a re- construction ol' the Cabinet, which really amount to a coalition gov- ernment Forecasts of the changes give Arthur Balfour charge of the .-id- miralty, which probably means that Lord Fisher's resignation will be with- drawn. Lord Kitchener will be in su- preme charge of the Cabinet's war pol- icy, likely with Lloyd George running things at the War Office for him. The crisis has apparently been met most satisfactorily, as British states- men have a habit of doing. H is not probable that Austria's further big concessions offered to Italy will intiuence the government of that country against a decision for war, which is expected at any mo- ment. The Russians have apparently coma to realize that the German advance on the eastern frontier is much more seri: ous than at first announced, and that the enemy has gained ground at a cost dear to the Allies. However, Russia still asserts the utter rout of the Aus- trian forces. The It is said, will tell President Wilson's that they will discontinue their submarine piracy if passengers and contraband are separated in future. This is not compatible with the position taken by the States, which is that neutral pie-, eenjers have a right to sail on any ship they desire and that their livea muni be protected. ENLIST. IN ORDER TO HAVE REVENGE Germany may have thought the ol the LuaiUnia. would hare destroyed Britain's nerve, but it has, "as the'boy good "many more thinks coming." What has happened is something Germany does not want: a rush of recruits for active service. Here is a sample of the effect of the German torpedoing of the Die Cunard- er: WILL AVENGE HER DEATH Hamilton Conitablt'i Wife on Lualtania and He Has Enlisted Hamilton, Ont, May stable William Smith, whose wife down on the Lusitania, haud- in his resignation today. He la now a member.of the 39th Bat- talion. "Those dirty hounds, murdered my wife and her unborn babe. They may get nie, but I'fflll wine out my icore he as he walked out of the station. Just so, the deed stirs up revenge and thousands have been enrolled as recruits since the Lusitania disaster for the sole reason probably of obtain- inj.rarsnge. -Why, the day it became known that J. M. YQUBJ of the Hamil- ton Cotton Co. and his wife were Tic-. tims of the an'd..he-'.'it'f.urther-J..V- "Resolved, wi London, May ex-mayoress Cardiff has received a letter from :to the fact, i a neuhew with the Canadian cou- an outlaw I'tiugent, which says: "Our men fought like devils, and after we had found one of our Highland sergeants nailed to. a barilTdoor, we asked no quarter whtch'; tives of the people of Kansas, hereby we are opposed to'any return to the domination 4it'f intoxicating liquorsj and that no'proposition looking to a re-submission of the prohibition amendment, and that no law which has for its object the re-establish- ment of places for .the-saie of the li- quor anywhere in Kansas' wiii be giv- en serious consideration, either by the legislature or by' any of its tecs." Whom are we to follow ANDERSON LAKIE. village'Cruclfix, and fastened a .wound- ed Canadian sergeant to the cross." The inquiry had nbt been completed; HINDU TO BE HANGED Vancouver, B.C., May Oingh was this evening found guilty of the murder of Sattan Singn on March 18, and'was sentenced to be hange'd on August 4. The jury added a rider to their verdict, suggesting that Hindus should be'barred from the of alcoholic liauors. Rattan HOW PROHIBITION WORKS IN MAINE At Portland, Maine, at the end ot thp1, liquor-'deputies Jot Sheriff more galloris of beer. from, .the-express comiiaiiies; The deputies claim that some of it at' least could not'possibly Imve been Intended for the personal HSU of tho parties it to because a keg.or a box came'for every member of the family -cases. In .addition to this -the city of Ban- gor, Maine, held a record of one arrest for drunkenness for every nine Inhabitants In 1912. Maine has .been, prohibition for thirty, tisement Paid.for by the Licensed Victuallers Association. a store, was shot .by the ac- cused.. Jagat, -however, took the stand in his own behalf, and stated that ho was forced to act in self defence. legislatures take steps 'to'' eliminate such Can.it be that ex- perts have not yet discovered the. vir- tue of booze as an insanity cure ?r Whom are we to follow Those who dope out' juggled statis- tics to show that prohibition. is, a dismal failure in Kansas? -.Or the people of Kansas themselves" polled a majority votes over the last wet- candidateMol gov- ernorship, and whose with tbc concurrence of the house of .represent- atives, passed at its .last session following .by. a. major- ity-vote but I "Resolved that all such' charges' (i.e., charges made by the. national i liquor' interests to the effeet that pro- hibition 'in 'Kansas caused in- crease in crime, death-rate, homicide, suicides, divorces and' juvenile1 "de- arc libelous ami.false, aiid do bwt represent the sentiments o! men who, when this state" etilijd the saloon, were compelled to leave Kan- sas for her good. that the reverse; ol these statements is true that .the.'-state of Kansas is cleaner, better, more advanced in mental culture, and stronger in moral fibre and :CoiiTJc- tion, that-her happier-and .more comfoitablc, 'IT' Grist for the When the Canada Life-was young, grain went to the mills over corduroy roads. Then, as how, the flow had to be continuous that the nation might have food. You are taking grist to the mill everyday your earnings con- tribute to the support of those dependent upon you. When you cease to the grist continue? You will face the problem easier knowing that after your work is done' an uninterrupted flow of grist to your family mill will be assured by a Guaranteed Monthly Income Policy issued by the CANADA LIFE Let us send you Booklet No. 283 telling about this policy. Wilson Skeith, Agents, Lethbridge 22 ;