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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE L E T H B PI D G E DAILY II EIIA I, D WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, ttb: Xetbbriofle Iberalo Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Pally, delivered, per yeir..... Daily, bj mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail, per year.... TELEPHONES fjusloess Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Tcrranco anaging Director Business Manager i-rrasi- in niaiint; .'Ririup iilaius. un.l so forth. The fill nor is the bis mull loiluy am) bow to him. The inunti- fiH'tuivr iiows 10 him and usUs what hi; am ilo tu help the -farmer to in- civiise next year's crop tiiul brings ival into '.'j make us all hope the 3.U) farmer will not lie In sivins 1-0' j'his answer to the mumu'avUHX'r. that I In- will lU'niaml a liulo more recogni- tho turilY is on tlio ilisi-ct- Ins niiil we hiK-e. too, that tin-j will foe wise enousll to i through larinrr's eyes fori Jl.OO 1253 1221 of the war. Tlie Kaiser lost twc Monday. The toll naval THE WAR SITUATION TODAY lu Flanders operations by either of the. two opposes forces have not made any tangible advance. Tho n- j cent iiumdntions in tho neighborhood of Ypres cn-ausi a swamp separates the making pro-, greas over this impossible, U is under-) stood that Gorman engineers arc- now j on their way 10 devise means of j crossing this area. The plan of caimaign in Belgium if Vt on the pan of the Allies is XVOIV uot only to hold the enemy until a favoraale ________ opnoruui.y for ihc which will mean a necisne the Mrs, Kelly Advises all Women to Take "Fruit-a-Tives" ONT., AUG. ?6tu. 1913. "I etui highly recommend ''Kruit-a- lives" because they did me an awful lot of good and I cannot spunk too htyhly about them. About four years ago. I commenced taking tivcs" for a general break-down and they did me n, world of ijoatL We hous-ht ;i giKxi ninny dollar's worth. P 'ICKED'UP IN ASSING fOK TUB BUSV MAN Tho Cnlgury council has dei-Minl I Hint ihe city must cleiui iho snow i from the walks, the t-ost 'o bo borne ;by the public works dcpannu'iil. The Cuban worship 1'atriohi has I been dob-patched to Yera Cruz. iouest of tho Cuban consul at liuit placu. j The board of shitn hay rnli'd that the ulinrgo ot 1% cents per bushel for handling; train through a country elevator Is not too hijih. Thirty-four entries of C. apples [captured keen com-! _ i..... i i r e well spent captured prizes aBnmsl Keen co tl eYlilall that'you claim for them, j petition witU American appl es l I 10 Their so pk-asruit, j.th annual Natiouul bhou at l.elhh riiig iKi a br.uiti a min- Von million men in Knghiml :ira held until the time is ripe ticQ. ie eastern campaign there t-aa bo no doubt that the Russian forces are provins victorious, and that the tienuans are hurled back from the centre line beyond -Lodz. The di- version of thr- enemy in his a track here was evidently for the purpose of drawing the Russian right away from his territory. This has not proved for this right line has con- tinued its progress, capturing Gem- hinnen. southeast of Kouissberg. i million, asks u headline imier break Olir woni ami fur -ic- wc'd remain broke. ,uth oiher laxatives, that I found only pleasure, as well ;is health, iti taking- them. They seemed io me to bs jv.rticu'.arly suited to women, on account of their mild mid tie action, and 1 trust that some other women r.i.iv start taking "Fruit-n-tives" lifter and if they do. I am satisiie'ti the results will Ixr the same as iu Eiy ov.-u SIRS. W. X. KELLY Fmit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at 502. a bor, 6 for trial or sent postpaid on receipt of prict bv Hruit-a-tives Limited.Ottawa, SUGAR-MAKING SOLDIERS i ______ i There will lie opposition 10 the Briu'lt crease in street railway fares. So would there be opposition to an in- j Further crease in electric light rules. But three yours we rollinsr up a Commerce in Northern bis; profit with the lighting system, and therefore t-ut the rates. Hoes not Thomas in Daily Mail) details of German thor- ouehness in the by-paths of an in- vaders' war have come to my Jcnow- and it seems that even whc the battle is hottest the Gemum at- as u. sort of io w a Sood rule work both wavs? When 1bnnirh of commerce is not dlsregard- 3 a ttl. Frencn farmers in the Lille .dis- we make a profit we cut the rates. Uriet whom j S0me ac- that is. if wo are satisfied the system (juaititauce have -absolute is being niana possible. The e Captain Aye, of the jhelm der CJrosse, which was stink off- I tho west coast of Africa by n Hritish j i cruiser, has been decorated the j Iron Cross of the first j Corporal .Ma-zur, of the 4tUh iineut stationed at Port Hoin1. who is j kinder arrest charged willi hish troa- isoii, will be givun a hem-in? at Toron- jio today. j The minimum wage law of Miurie- jsota has held iiuctinstiuinpnal j by Judse and an injunction ro-1 j straining further expenditure by the jininnimum vvago commission has been issued. The death occurred last. Sivtunlay; of Mrs. Jilla D. Larkin Crockett, wife! of J. W. Crockett of the Alberta Jew-j elry ami Ojrtical Co. of Raima. The I funeral was held yesterday in Glei-; chfu. The Chicago, Hock Island and Pa- cific railroad was not sold ai -piiblk1 auction yesterday, as ordered by the federal district court, the circuit conn of appeals having reversed the j order In view of lack ot employment in j Certain parts of Northern Ontario it j idence i is the intention, of the government to i nd for a Are You Sure of Your Baking Powder Do you feel satisfied that the baking powder you are using is absolutely safe and certain Have you read the label to see if it con- tains alum? Dr. Price's is free from alum or any doubtful or unwholesome ingredient. It is made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, pure and healthful beyond any question. Sixty years the standard ORE A VI the Battle France the London BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar No Alum The Russian right is operating with special privileges for city ed as economically j that the Germans are scientifically ask the legislature to extend fc changes in rules doing i harrestiag the crops and working the feiv months the permit given u lactones of Northern trance. cc-nseea of pulp hunts to export. river southwards to join the Ru; if you think the increase in rates motor-lorries and light railway t. t rench lactorv. aucar or tins trihutarj- of the Vistula, jusr above j is unjust. Just figure out your share Warsaw, is particularly marshy in the enterprise, the nature of the ground, I___________________ progress here is naturally slow, but not sufficient, as it appears, to cause much disadvantage to the Russian ad- vance. .Ana. MI j son has already been made in some terday, refused to issue a writ of er- qnantiiy and sent ofi" to Germany. Iror to bring to the Supreme Conn for j More than this, the carefu'i Germans U he review oi conviction of Leo .M. London, NToV. the sen- Justice Lamar. in Washinsion yes- terday, refused to issue a writ of er- __ do not e.jn disregard the offal, which Frank for the murder of Mary Pha- aurouhinc raid on the ails oi. Zeppelin BATTLE ON GOLF LINKS Xo one seems to bare uoted (writes serves as a useful teed for cattle. The potato crops are being raised; is under sentence, of death. ?an iu Atlanta, Ga., iii 1013 Frank at Priederichshafen, which BrUr- similar carefulness and sent j whose body was found on the sllore Between Grand Marais the London correspondent of the by train to Germany. Nor erpcol Courier) the fact that the sand j they wish any potato to he lest byjamj Point .Minnesota duties amidst which the Germans are over-long preservation. They have, Saturd who Vith the fighting, and from 'which they i therefore, set their dietetic engraved thr-reon, 1ms shelled by the Allied ;------..j Bel, the sur-Merc. shall work to devise be made, as to flour whic the third oi 'been identified as Rose 'liuslck of Euf- i steflrardess ot steamer Cur. THE MEXICAN SITUATION In the intense interest with icr war in Europe is beiug followed I little, attention .is. being paid 1 situation in Mexico, but in. ordinary most equally well-knowu golf course Uimes the Mexican imbroglio would L-omlmrtzyde. which, .though it the cause of world-wide discussion. ctpmninn C'arranza and Villa have definitely every year 'a" large number of golferd jcused the broken, and their armies are opposed I from England. The official guide j ever used a-h other at several points Gen-! te'l us that the hazards on stnictioii; but they always prefer! the correspondent and Blanclmrd, _. these links are "mostly high sand themselves to take full advantage of [were members of the Brantford police eral. Bianco has seized Mexico City, with marfam grass." Further along is the al- the tidal wave recedes there will not be an animal or a" root left over a A letter from Corporal John Cobden- sreat part of Northern' France. of the 1st Coldstream Guards says._ These things ought to be known Privates Barnes and! ish'-ofncers assert inilictetl serious damage, were given in the house ot commons this aiternoon by Hight Hon. Winston Churchiil, first Ijord of fhe Admiralty. "On Saturday, the aeroplanes under the direction Squadron Command- er E. P. -Briggs, of .the. naval. air command with Flight Commander Babinclon; and -Flight Lieut. Sippe, lieu- Irom French -territory to the airship factory. All oj: 'the fairness. Many people have ac- word John Blanchard, both Jintish reserv-; isrs of.'Brantford, Ont., were killed in r three pilots-.How rlou--u-tb a close wanton de-Ithe lighting near the Alsne; declaring tlmt he the property of others ratine' under heavy lire- from airship guns and rifles. The- 'launched their bombs in accordance .with instruc- tions. "Commander Utiggs is reported to Tho foHouing Year 1911- 19.13 liiia Year .1910 1911. 1912 1913 Anthracite Tons H.oCV.ToS have been shot down.and to have been Alberta Output on the production and importation of, coals''for the dwtiitt hiiJ0 between Port Arthur, Ontario, and the hut, to the MbuUi Federation from- the oi CustouiK the Department of Agriculture, Saskatchewan, and the Department oi Alberta: IMPORTED COALS Bituminous Cost per Cost per Ton Tons Value Ton 4.977 2.26K 5.357 ti 5.200 COMPARiSON OF TOTALS AND PERCENTAGES Percentage of Percentage of the tonnage Total Value of Anthracite 11.98 S.177.ST5 '15.1 COMPARISON 'OF IMPORTS WITH PRODUCTION- 1910 1911 1912 SO BY .PERCENTAGES- 1910 19U 1912 41.a" 70.7 4S.9 li.ii 3.1 4.0 '55.3 W.l 47.1 Totul Tonnage Imported coals Saskatchewan Alberta (sold) the value of Anthracite ?.0.5 an 1913 c Imported Coals Saskatchewan Output 3.3 4S.7 A scrutiny of the above taibles will show that-this ternton' is importin'p ences, afterwards providing the repub- strucUon cven a cITampionshil) golf j flic with a stable government. seems a very small matter, j The United States government has j Rut the of the Royal and j Ibeld m trust collected in wonflsr what 1 n j 1L lmks at Knock-sur-Mere will look Customs at Cruz as a foond that j Hke ivhen the Battle of the Coast has the 'Mexican- leaders will carry out (beeu lost and Von., There will not be :theii promise Just at the present time Wilson's watchful waiting policy looks as if jit for the scrap .heap, but -xico is almost bankrupt, the fight- ing must end sometime, and if .Uncle Saiu can keep out of it and stiil bring ut peace in the troublesome re- public a victory will be gaiued that jirill teach the a lesson i worth while, much or those beautiful velvety [greens left when the German "Jack 'Johnsons" and our naval shells have done their work. ,In years to'come, when we search) for our lost golf balls amidst the "San.! duues covered with marram i we- may come, like little Pet- upon some sad relics to rc- trldn, niiu.'l us of "a Famous victory." or les: fa; MANUFACTURER AND FARMER The spectacle of the farmers and manufacturers coming together at Ot- taiva and presenting a joint memorial jlo the Dominion asking1 {that every possible aid be given the [farmers ,in an effort to increase pro-1 [duction, is one result of the war jthat iwe cau receive with some degree ofi [satisfaction. For, no matter what 'protests-.the manufacturers may make j [there can -be no doubt that the east- ;ern manufacturer has always been ss at'loggerheads with the 'armer. Tariff differences have; caused tliis enmity. Kach was suspicions of the other, and the manufacturer being more powerful, j fgot what he wanted, and the farmer itook the" crumbs that fell from his [table: But tile war has changed things, f jThe manufacturer Jinds now that, af-j [ter farmer is the big man in j phis Canada 'of ours, that the farra- pr's goods are in demand while his pro a glut on the market, and with- but prosperit) on the part of farm br there can be no !actmg for theTriianufacturer. are Kettinif, flown to "the bases of conditions these j lays. VI e are uonderini; if aiej jiving the help we can to tho pro j iuctr wjio make? us all prosner. ,ifo are-beginning to realize1 that we' overlooking HIP plodding fcrmer while we Iiaip been Intent on building, the iu SEAL BRAND eOFFEE SATISFIES. n two pound only. CHASE SANBORN Let .Big Ben remind you every morning to "VITA JN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE' of Solid Comfort" In the centre ami Rloif.s on botli iltiilthnr alxtlutcly concreld stcci, and marble.' EUROPEAN i .P Wltb S2 Atj up of a cargo of wheat consigned to Rot- :done to Ihe Zeppelin factory, terdam by Co. of New Yort "The (light of 250 miles, penctrat- The shipment was. seized on the Bri-fing 120 miles into Germany across a tish ship Mlrainichi in the Mersey, l mountainous country. under difficult alter the outbreak of hostilities. weather conditions constitutes to-f The court held that as the cargo geth'er with the attack', a fmc feat of had left an American port before arnis." iwar was declared, and at the time of I PRINCE'S RECOVERY- IS SLOW Long Time Necessary to Heal -Injur- seizure had not. passed to the buy- 'ers, it still, was. the. property of the lAmerican claimants and, therefore, was not liable tc seizure. j ENGLISH SEIZE TINY ISLAND Fear German Activity Off the Coast j o? Guernsey London, Nov. Island of Herme, one cf the Channel group off the coast of is leas I than cue square mile '-in area, has j been occupied by British troops, as a I precaution against its possible use by j Germany. Some time ago a mild agi- ation, was started on the ground Ithat the island leased to Prince i von Blucher, a descendant of the fa- mous Geiman commander at the bat- I tic of A wireless was.found there shorfly after the out- break of the war and was destroyed. WIRELESS HEARS GERMANS j Private Outfit Records Northbound TALK Squadron OVER TO E-. D. B. C; SUCKER CREEK Edmonton. Alta., Nov. Tuesday next, mixed'trains wi'il run over the Edmonton, Dnnvegan B. C.. Railway as far as Sucker' CreeH. The head of steel is now---at Bast Prairie, mileage 230. ;1 ies Received by Auto Nov. Aug. ust of "the Ger- man injured in a motor car accident, is improving, but complete recovery Vii'l taKe a long says the Berlin1 correspond- ent of the TelegraatV The: correspond- ent adds: tlmt the Crown ha founded." ;be'eii 'wounded is SUNKEN SHIP'S CHIEF HONORED Sscures Iron Cross After Stoking Way Home Amsterdam, Hoi Nov. Caiv 'taln Aye of the auxiliary er, Willielm der sunk off'the west cpaat'-pf 'Africa by a British cruiser the latter part of August', has been decorated 'with Iron Cross of 'the ffrst'CJass. In