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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta year.. AsTfU* $4.00 3.00 1.00 Rvely'ttoateyenjtJie Germans admit not j ' a|partt(jie; o| fdjd, copper or war .aup-pues arfe ,-r|aciting them ^by sea;j-uava hot: war .vessels in reserveKto aivei "iaTtiSfr'td'tne German fleet ifkit--ever' makes ;i dash to son; and still have enough, ivarships to act' as escort to" every, passenger 'steamer.. There; are limitations to-cven the British Navy!" ^TELEPHONES: f"Office ........,..... }�= ife/Offlce .............. 1-4 '. Buchanan John Torrance ngDirector Business Manager i THE INJUSTICE OF THE . i JENNIE HAWKES CASE ...at an advanced age, confined in- jail at Macleod under sentence of doatii for the killing of : the woman, iwho'Ttbbbleii'her'-'at her home nnd the affections of her husband. Petitions S.D CIRCLE are being widely circulated and wldely fHE , WAR signed over tlie province, in: an ap- prehension as to Greece's future!peal, instituted by the women's or-i is increasing with time. Hopojganizaiions, to the tMmister of Justice Sr Kitig and Country Need You Rigbt. Now 4I1' in' London, however, that Lord afcltener's reported mission, to King for a mitigation of the sentence. ,____________ _ , Copies of this petition are,being cir- jiantine will have the ' effect of j ciliated in Lethbridge, and tlie Herald ing at least a 'definite decision |bslfeves that, these should be as wide-the Greeks as to what role theyjl.v signed us possible, by both men jilay. >'� The fear is that should thej and women, tor the case of . Mrs. Si forces'fall back to Saloniki, thelHawkes commands the sympathy of w?fl disarm them, j all risht-thinking people. S Allied forces are -continuing{ -Mrs' Ha>vkes was .technically guilty 'successes in Serbia, where they o1'"miu'dcr= for she. deliberately took the life of another. The jury were technically right in convicting her, for the evidence was conclusive, and the trial judge had no other'course than to pronounce the death sentence. But the great unwritten law, which recently, saved tbe life of a man In the Peace River country Svho shot the mail who stole his wife, and which saved a man in Cranbrook recently for exactly the same kind of a crime, was not"'applied in tbe case of Jlrs. Kawkes. For thirty years Jlrs. Hawkes silently bore the terrible burden of a life of ignorny und insult in the Dardanelles campaign, jairust upon her, iu the home which [fehurphill believes the Germans j-sile hatl labored to make happy, by tbe husband who flaunted his disloyalty'Fii? her face day-in and day out. Goaded' a"t la�tVbey6n*d restraint', blinded" Bjr~ ttsnipolhryJ; insanity, she took the. life .of ,n)fii>spuian who had destroyed her happiness. obtained possession of t! ten Radwovo and Strumnitza in iria... . . . ; !� Germans yesterday claimed a of: the Russians in Galicia. In German attempts have a cam epulsed. ; iston Churchill, "giving to. the an' explanation of his adniinis-In of the Admiralty, laid upon tObenej* tne responsrbf.ity of the ,,,,'erp expedition. He stated that i|&ipport:he deserved had not been hiih bv the former First Sea Rev, John Davidson, of Thurso, Oue.riTVflt^sA-r"?. Iiavc had considerable' trouble with my throat, caused by public speaking in heated tmildings and exposure to damp and ve will send free package. , ' 5 (OttawalCitlzn!) > . ^ . The possible war expenditure* "ft 1200,000,000 next year by this Do-minion la looked upon" by pessimistic people as something alarming. " The annual interest charges on . Canada's: wa r expenditure may .amount to |liv; suojU prowbtiVo tariff taxation."if JHJe Cfthadlair:' bread-winner*for a fantjly of.: four, Including, say, . two children, must- pay every year about tisftoo tribute, under, the working" of tb^ customs protectionist "tariff, A possible Dominion warVtax of (2.00 pe^ihead .does not look ^ery big in comparison,-'. rBat if It is collected by increasing tho tariff it works the in-, jUsjSce of allowing Canadian protected TOtorests to collect $-1.00 increased tribute for every; $2,00 collected; by, the, customs dopai-Unent. Thlsvls, what virtually happened when the Do. mi^fon government raised the customs fcaxftby per � cent, ^against British trnae last session. nada could spend five times, as 1 as at present in defence of the Ire, And'collect tlio needed rev-witjnout harming th Canadian people at all, by a tax on land values. Kv&p. so small a tax as 2 per cent, on '.and> values 'would bring in an an-nuttf revenue of over $100,000,000. Th&e would be no difficulty in pay-ing-Iltbe $15,000,000 annual interest out of kuch a sane tax; and, Instead of causing prices to go up, it would tend to frause ronts to come down. .' \fiQston Churchill, American, author,Ctoli the Toronto Canadian club that the United States should be with the "allies.. t P Tbj|Mi�olr' is .ualq^e you a $aitt|ple. Black, Mixed bi^een. lose-ontrin: 191 (j throuah shortage - ' isil;o-HMngarian excuso for the t ,?og;4$e/ Italian", ain'er Ancpnais , jjtbecssUner..' attempted to escape; folly stopped after being sheKed. HfcffltesX*^'" vV-v�>'�T ;�''"- I-'-"' nkin D>fTHAT FLAG!? '."V ^'-SOLDIERS' DEMAND ^Ve/dop't talk much.about the flag jrT�iere,;fpr It's a^sacred thing. It ja^foPrr-we hope-r-honor and- 'lb-land ^righteousness.-. Just.....novr} JSate'red.-. with -the blood of the wo-lan^and'-children of- Belnium and of iithiCavell are uoon it, and it is up yoUj to shoulder a musket and say ||5thBman back of those - bloody Sds 'drop that flag,' and if they (on'ii-drop that flag let us . stand der to shoulder and look them j^parliament buildings. He might foil have saved his go'.d. After 3tjng extradition with all the abil-, [Chicago, ."lawyers could command ??musfc .-come, back to Winnipeg and wep'^e' judges. The new Manitoba ^ernnjeat is proceeding to clear up mess in a commendable manner id'aow that Kelly has been extradit-li;tlie-prosecution of tbe men charg-5vi,tli robbing tbe people of Man!to-tiof hundreds.of thousands of dollars ar bv; proceeded wfiib. effectively should be forced to tell all he ioj,y,s, and if be does all tbe facts in ineciion with the conspiracy will sly he unearthed. ALBERTA ' CONTRIBUTES Edmontoh,, Alta.,. Nov. 16. - An-nouncement^was made, by Premier Sif-ton on Saturday jj-hat >the Provincial government jwill "contribute S2000 towards It^e; 'S!&pe�nyj Fund," which is being 'rai3ed'' throughout:the  Empire for the relief otithe Belgian sufferers. FRANCE HAS NO MERCY FOR THE WAR GRAFTERS ^Marseilles, France.-A vigorous: campaign imdertaken by the French' government to punish persons who have, profited unduly* from the needs of the nation isvwell under., way. A Supply Corps - officer' namedv Parent, and his/soldier clerk"Iiav.e been-sentenced-by a:court-martial to five yiars in prison and fines of .1500 - tra'rics ($300) ..for.....accepting commissions from contractors on purchases of supplies amounting to more than $1,200,-000. . ' ^ �>. .j.^i Jean Busseret, -a- teitt.-manufacture er, whoxobtained orders -for $300,000 worth- of. goods-.,by,-the i payment ;'A)f commissions,, has been sehtenoeB 'to ten years' imprisonment and'a"'^hiavr. fine. Three other business men convicted on similar charges- have .been ^ sentencedWprison.-.. ,�., .';';: ,--,:^iif For Kb Sufferers �aaiale Pick-" . a sr e v . moval of Hev gersoll. lirbrt THE BUSY man FREE SAMPLE COUPON FTBAMID DRUG COMpkNT. tS� Pyramid Bld�n Marshall, Mich. Klndlr send me n Free sample of tVnuaUPifeTraataMat. In plain wrapper. Namo................. .^1........ Street ................V.;!.'. |----., City.�.;.�.�....�, State.'^...... CITATIONS TO NAVY Ijbcaslonally criticism is directed bo ..British Navy. What is it do is,asked in. a none too friendly, IgvjAfl; American" paper, the Static li(Iowaj Tribune, gives a very ^Ve answer. It says: rificlsing the Britisa Xavy for ^^Icljug: an : escort to the Lusi-etfeno Dlace. Obviously no WjBjft'.tworld is large enough to td^^ffij'IJardanelles; guard tbe Ifatfelia.t50l.the Mediterranean: pprt1; sliips crossing the oW 60 closely that, al-^eW.mites of the base luffeflarines," not a transr tykj^a>!nnmber requir-, ^^MixkoldierB; guard 1"T^ng -troops from . 'keep open the ^fasj^nb cpmmis--Bnee;'rJiard. all f4'Kw^is .ot IK What Did You Do- to help- the Empire's cause last year ? Were you satisfied with yourself? Did you not afterwards think you could have done more? Don't you think you can do more this year? There's Another Fellow- who would go if he were sure his wife and children would be looked after in his absence. Help to send him by subscribing, liberally to the Patriotic Fund when they call upon you to do so. Three thousand chauffeurs are � to be the inest - contribution from Canada tq the Imperial forces at the front. (Toronto street cars are systematically overcrowded, declared "Sir William Meredith. tThe.Y. .3d. C. A.V whirlwind campaign at Toronto brought in 4;543 new members in six days. ! Woodgrcen Methodists, Toronto, burned a $23,000 mortgage on the church. . ', .Ontario's contributions to the Brit-tish Red Cross now amount to ,$1,-200,000. A; nearly - full iirown heiier, but much emaciated, was found inside a large basswood log by two men rab-bit-huriti'ng north hi Stratford. Hamilton police state that arrests for drunkenness have decreased by one-third sinqe'carly closing went info effect there. 1 Kight o'clock closing of bars in: Ottawa has already cut-in two the average number oi arrests for drunkenness. � ".. A two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor,.near Woodstock, was drowned in about ajoot of water in a shallow cooling vat. Ptc. Morris, of Paris, of tl/c Eighty-Fourth battalion, 311st arrived in ..Brantford,-for wintering, was drowned -in tft#: �.M.'C.A." swimming pool; Enoch Dennis and George .McGabe were drowned on a hunting trip in a small lake -'iiij1 Shawanaga'  township, back of Parry Sound. Frederick James lie wilt, a well known spotting: writer, died in . To-; ronto from. heUtt\-faildte Me was a brother of \V. A.v Hewitt, sporting editor otthe Star,' The vote taken in-St. Paul's.Prea-bytsrian church, Bpwmanville. resulted in a -- large majority: -against the proposed uniob. The vote was as follows : Elders, ..one. to five against; communicants, 18 lor, 62 against;; adherents 7 for and 22 against. A rtcbrn wlteaf c'aTfgo' of -160,000 bushels on.the Snyder, jun., and a load of 455,000 bushels on the Grant Morden, were put through tbe Sault St. Marie lpcks, constituting - the greatest .amount ever 'handled there in one-operatic*'. Three' uibre St. Catharines civilians, Thomas Adair, Frank Frost.and Pete MeCoinisfccy,/were,sent to:jail, for three': months 'in default of payment of a nne of $300 for selling bot- , J. K. Me'.-redy, ag'oa 55, .� .,wqll-known Vancouver cit;ien, formerly a the re- 1 resident oi Winnipeg, is dead. Another old-timer whose death is announced is Jumes ..'Futile, ajjed 78, was for over thirty years a resident of Lulu Island, a iarining district a few miles from Vancouver.- KIPNKV� How They Work -y- Victoria, B.C.- . For several years I have been troubled with Kidney lad Bladder Trouble caused by uric acid and the pains caused by the intermittent stoppagoot urine was very-eeyijfc. Vet tULv I was taking something or other continually' with hut little or no relief. At. last a'lriend handed mc a sample: package of your Gin Pills. -The contents of this-sample gare'lfle., relief that I had not expf rienccc|,. ifi: a long, tiAe. Since then I have been'tattihg Gin; PilU occasionally and have had .no-return of. -roy former trouble. (Name rfn re)j'iit#). . \' The above letter is from a popular-'and well-known commercial man in Victoria^-V - >^ Gin Pill* are SOc. a box or nix boaei forfeilS at all druggists. 6ata^le seat 'ree if requested.; - Natienal Druf & CtwDkal(dfc; 6f Cuiada, Liinileti Totomw., THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. 1X.D., D.C.L., President '' .-"a" '| JOHN Al(tD. General MkMser H. V. F. JONES, Ast't General Manage*^) ;' '.'V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Wcscera Branches i.i^'^ CAPITAL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500^11 BANKING/BY MAIL Accbii'nts may be opened at every branch of TheXanadian Bartk of Cbrnrnerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same: caieful attention^ is given to all other departments of the Bank's business.; Mbney;;niay be deposited or withdrawn in this way as;? t^ist�K(:cMly jmffik'versoaal visit to the Bank. Lethbfi^i Branch - R. T. Brymner,Mgr ,-TUe Saskittchewan Press tion has passed a resolution associate lti- I crease the' pticc of Avecklics from Si to $1.50 a vear bv ;Vlay 1, 191C. Subscribe to Patriotic Fund L0hbridge Braiicfc NOW I OPEN NOSTRILS! END t A COLD OR CATARRH [flow To Get ReUef TVIien Head y. . and Nose are Stuffed Up. Count lifty! Your cold in head or catairh disappears. Your clogged nostrils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freply. No more snuffling, hawking, mucous discharge, dryness or headache; no struggling for oreath at night. . Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your dmggist and apply n little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothing and'healing the swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant-relief. 'Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay stuffed-up and miserable. Relief is sure.- Advertisement. . FOR BEST RESULTS Absolute Safety and Qtiick Return*, SHIP YOUR . - GRAIN  -to-t: J antes Riciiai'�|8iiii & Sous .:��. PHONE US FOR DAILY QUOTATIONS Hyde & Saunders O. Bon 112 Phone 1244 Oi'ctnct Agents- Salfrerg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE : 4^ � LctheVldge Office-Ground Floor, Hull Block. - � . i GRAIN! Have \rou a car on track r . . . *v -------- ---r - '  ( SHELL, Ticket Agent,. Lethbridge.  - ^ ^JJ^AWSON, Djatriet Passangar Ag�nt, Jii^a!Xu ;