Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
JEAOTTOUB THE LETHBKIDGB DAILY HERALD WONDAT, She DAILY AND WEEKLY, SUBSCRIPTION Dttlj, delivered, per Dally, by mall, per yaaf by mall, JHI TELEPHONES; Business editorial Offlc................ U W. A. Bucharest Jwh" Managing Director ROUND THti CIRCLE OF THE WAR The German conquest of Poland ap- pears to have been complete, and the Grand Duke .Nicholas will be fortimals to escape iviih the main army intact. Important cowls about Warsaw, as well -as Riga, the Baltic seaport, are already being evacuated, and the Ger- mans "are expected to take possession any .time. The retreat from Warsaw- is still apparently continuing in an orderly, fashion. The city has been jeft .practieally undamaged, all war stocks 3lsy? heen carefully re- moved Uneasiness over Sweden's -possible Intervention in the war against Rus- .sia, js set at rest by the statement of her minister in London that his coun- GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS IN WARSAW One of the main government buildings in Wnrsnw, try remain' neutral. Statements from London indicate that the British government might en-' .force conscription by the autumn. ESTABLISH MORE DEMONSTRATION SCHOOLS Hon. Duncan Marshall's demonstra- tion school policy has won its way to .the hearts of the farmers. As proof, the demand for entrance to the schools this winter. The fanners and their sons realize that theso 'schools'are for their benefit. A course there will make them and toeing better farmers they wil make oetter out of their opera- tions 'on the farm. Hon. Mr. Marshall is Acknowledged by some of the most prominent men in tie country, whose interest In agriculture is than their adherence to the idea that good men. only exist in one party, to be the best Minister of Agriculture in Can- ada. Certainly hia demonstration school idea has proven that he knowi the real needs of the farmers and that agricultural education brought close to the people IE destined to do the greatest service. So eager hare the faraiefa .uscc to taVe" advantage of These schools that the present number IE not suffic- ient to meet the demand. More schools .must be established. Par our part TT0 would course for the government to follow would be to create, double the number of tliwe schools and cut out expenditures .along other lines. No money is better wisely' spent than tSat for education.. Wo -will; only hive .a province through J a. flourishing Condition of our agricul- tural industry. such a condition'it necenary that iciea-. farming; rapthagB.-should fce prac- tised, and these methods must the minds of. our younf farmers. -Ttie demonitration aohooU are for this purpose- and money should-be Hbarill? spent in provliini: these schools wherever.fifty or- more farmers' sons and daughters can be gathered together to afail themselves the opportunities. campaign. "You may say emphati-; cally that we are not. The Liberals j who looking for a walkover are going to wonder what hit them when the returns are received on Fri- day night. We have fought snch a fight that it is the presage of victory." As a, political leader and as a politi- cal prophet Sir James has demon- E atrated that he is in the "also THE RECKONING York Times) Alter one year ol war .Germany pas. senses Belgium, Russian Poland, where her immense armies are bat- tling mightily, is ueuriy within her of in L France, where for many and she occupies a part the richest provinces months since her retreat from the class. .Instead of the Liberals being j Marne, she has carried on trench war- readm-ed senseless it was Sir James fare, chiefly defensive. These are hsr and hia party who were vitally "hit." spoils, twelvemonth achieve- ments of the vast military forces she has for forty years been training for YOUR KING AND COUNTRY NEED YOU RIGHT NOW. Sergeant O'Leary, ex-R.N.W.M. Po- liceman, .who recently was awarded the Victoria Cross, in a brief and soldiar-Hfce speech made at a demon- stration, in ihls honor in London, said: 'I have done nothing more than other the front have done, and I don't .like a; fuss. I don't like being inade-a fuss of and handshaking I haye .only done my duty as a soldier and man. The.ra are quite as many goodc fellows as me who fcave fougrht and fighting. I happen to 'he oae ones. I am proud to flffht for my King and country. All I ask you .fellows-fit "to serve is this: Bon't stand looking at ine and cheering me. That's no-good. Come and join me. We want more men, so make up your minds 'to join. That is the only way to put down the German -hordes." i EICKED UP IN SSING THB BUSY MAN been BO poor as to do them rever ence; Turkey, the land of the im which would have been effaced yaars ago hut for the miser able immoralities of the European concert: and Austria, long stagnani and decaying under the rule of a mon arch as narrow, as selfish, and at stupid as George the Third. Theie are Germany's allies, her friends, all she has left. The admiration and respect Ger- many has won for herself, have giv- en way to abhorrence, to a great fear and a stern resolve, as men have tard- ily comprehended her monstrous de- signs against the world's peace and freedom and have witnessed tho un- beJievable savagery of the methods by which she seeks to gain'her ends. But, most of all, men have been ap- palled by tho extent and the com- pleteness of her preparations for war. History has no precedent .for It, nor any such tale of millions of people under a r.ule that directed their every energy in the planned way to make them more.efficient for butchery. It is a spectacle to marvel at, but a standing menace too near and dread- ful to bo put up with. Germany un- conquered. Germany cot brought to her senses, threatens the peace and security ol all the nations of the -all the rest has eitheTbeTn'sTnti So her neighbor natione have me IC 'resolved to conquer her, to put it out jower ever again to cause ll. And 1 blood in rivers as it has flow- the conquest of Europe, Germany hits lost three million men, approximately a per cent, of her population. She her island colonies in the Pacific, her West Af- rican possessions, her fortified out- post of than a mil- lion square miles of German territory and more than ten' million people who acknowledged German rule. She has been driven from the'seas. The'ships of her great merchant fleet have been destroyed or have sought refuge la her home waters or in neutral ports. Her foreign trade has been annihilated save for some precarious exchanges through the Baltic Sea, and the lit- tle traffic she carries on across the territory of neutral neigh- bors. Of her great and costly navy only submarines are at large and aet- to'the bottom by her enemies or be- resolved t nf fflar nf the enemv lies con-'of her submarine boats gain for her no military advantage; they merely har- ass the enemy lutbout diminishing1 his fighting Theie are Germany's material loss- ed during this year of war. are going to do it. They are- going to conquer Germany and put her mad rulers under such restraint that her people will have the oppor- es For a jreat nation thev are trif- tnnity they have never been able .to ling a peaceful, re.uper.ting Bow -Valley constituency, gave a majority of 38.-wet. Gcd. Macadam, agad years would make them good. What we'mav call her moral loss is incom- parably greater. It is beyond all many .under the rule of reason. A slow, a rude and bloody process it is. Beset by four great Powers, Germany Germany of ;the :HohenzoIlera is damned fbrsyer." A- thousand years from now the awful story of violatad at Sarnia'; he was unible Belgium will be read by school child- tG liiis Binder drives a cow around ,inl milks it at the door ol residents as'required. Leslie Mopdie, a 10-year-old hoy, wa'l 'drowned 'in the Saskatchewan river at Medicine-Hat. Thomas Birtles, aged 34, as killed by lightmsg near Wain- Wright; Alberta. ren in their history boots, as the ago, Germany was on; terms of real friendship .with all nations, save for one or two that harbored resentment for past, or s parably greater, it is- oeyono. Lament and irretrievable. The pie will be deluded by their false rul- ers into believing that triumph awaits her. That can never be. The Allies will win, because win they must. For free England, republican France, aspiring Italy, and for vast Russia there can be no Caudlne ForkB, their armies will never pass sub jugum at the German behest in'Tf They would perish first, to escape the was respected' Hrtns ot subordination to Prus- try, and in commerce. She held a Albert-Chatfield, one ol the best S8cure piace amongst the foremost. Now not OBe nation on-earth has a friendly feeling for her, with, the ex- ception only ot Austria and Turkey, two Powers of such mean estate that for half a century no country has known. residents .'of St. Catherines, Pat., it dead: iliss Mary Frigelle, ior a quarter of a century a: school teacher in Woodstock, Ont., is dead. The mayor oi Buffalo refuses to sanction increases oi a year to the city .court judges. MY COUNTRY NEEDS Of the pounds of cheese NQW JB the time to my soul produced yearly in the United States, i Th t j mav know wijat facs wifcBin WiJsonsin makes nearly one-half. me The Earl of Kilmorey, Just dead, Or> jinding none, the ashes may be Hinitoba grain growers .will give one acre eMh to the Patriotic Fund. "With such a bountiful harvest in sight Alberta farmers might well display thair gratitude in a similar manner. fought for the North in- the Am'eri- patriotic meeting on .the anni- versary of the declaration of war, Premier gave thi4 message from the people of Canada tc the -people of Great Britain: "For those who have fallen we shr.U not cease to mourn, for the cause to which tlitjr consecrated their livee we shall not .eease to strive until it triumphs. We are supremely confident that it win assuredly triumph, and for that grtat purpose we are inspired by Unflinch- ing determination to do our part." Every individual Canadian must stand ready to make good the Premier's words. How do YOU propoM to to your part? "Are we said Sir Jamos AikinE on Friday moroix, in discussing the political situation as it the clone of ed (He command of Kiltie Battalion. the new 92nd John Calnwell, 257 St. ClaMns av- died suddenly'on the traiw.-'While returning from a trip to tlxbriige.. Miss: Grace Jefierys, fiancee of Sap- per Wm. C.' Buchanan, Royal Engi- stirrcd For chance may a teick And to ray inward seeking Show me a-spark that may be made to blaze Into a flame that, bursting high, May make my, blood run hot, My heart to leap And all iny being tingle. Oh, God "What am 11 To what has manhood brought me Am I but- a flabby thing That world And will not. raise a hand To quell the enef Was I brought- forth in travail To and turn my back When womankind, outraged, Screams out to me for Kelp Am I so' steeped in self-security neers, reached the Duchess of Con-jThat I am blind and cannot see naught Hospital a few hourj after his j What may engulf me death i And sweep la way Every male member of St. Luke's j that makes mo now secure 7 Anglican Church Brantford, capable I What answer, Lord, am I to make of beating arms, is either at soul cries out front or in a training camp preparing Against the wrongs to go lliat shall be mine to suffer Of students 'registered at 152 i If now I fail German universities -and high schools There is HO answer of university 'rank, have en- Sive that I did behind rolled. in the army.' At the Univer- And by my lagging rolled.in the army sity .of Konigsberg were rolled out of a total of en- Sank myaeli In cursed and shameful oppression. The tortures of my .hell-racked soul Percy Hagel, the Winniiwg criminal .who was sentenced to three Ceuld fini! no salve years in the penitentiary for corr.pli- j Should I behold the one city in the escape from the Winni- Who gave me birth peg police station ol John Krat- has been released. Jessie Kimba.ll, aged 19, who .aays she 'a school teachtr near Rev- elsitke, charjed in Vancouver .with having murdered her infant child by suffocating it. Ske she came hrotn. Montreal. A co-operative tmion oi the Farm- ers' Local U.F.A. unions ol the fed- eral riding qf Medicine Hat, will be It will bi Vnor.n as the Mwticiae Hat Dutcict Wf gave mi Befouled by ruthless foe When he who gave me name Would raise his hands to heaven And cry 'that but for'me, His craven son, His lorn heart would be in poace. Set me awake, oh God This is my My hour. Let me not fail In this supremest moment ol my lile Mitford f" e mine the contest, even if it be pro- longed for years. There are Germans within the em- pire who condemn the imperial pur- poses, who well known the nature of the raging fever that besets Germany. Some of them apeak out, they will not be silenced, but when the organ of the Social Democrats with daring frankness gave a name to the disease the paper was suppressed. Of the "terrible crisis" in German affairs, Vorwaerts said the other day: .It shows us that the German people is stricken with a ma'iady which 'in the end may prove fatal; and this malady Is jingo- ism. Thus one names a diseased nationalism, which sees neither virtue nor courage in any nation but its own, and which has only insults and suspicion for others. The Kaiser's decree, may keep tho printed page from the sight of the people; the too audible voice it may still behind prison bars, hut all the Hohenzoliern power, cannot shut out the thoughts that are finding lodge- ment in the minds of the :people, it cannot long veil from their, eyes the great national disaster that awaits them. Germans'at home are now thinking and .saying .what German- Amerioans here should have thought and said many months, is one of tho greatest marvels of all history that they did not... They came here to find freedom and they doggedly ding to the monstrous anachronism of a dynastic tyranny, of a ruling class demanding of the people their lives, their all, for its own end. and advantage. The fathere. of -some of our citizens of that race came here from German prison., yet they re- aent ail censure of the Immeasurably more oppressive jailer.' of today. Why did not pur Germans (ire coun- sels of truth and wisdom to the Germans of the Fatherland? Why do they not give saving counselsi now? They know that we of ,lhe 'United States condemn only militarism, Im- perialism, the Prussian spirit and the ruthless Prussian ambition. .For the German people, we feel only friend- ship, sympathy, pity. The German folk are not under ol the civ- ilized world's they are riot hated, not feared. Guided by their OWE thoughts and Inipul.ei, they would be like orter' p They in to the lem, ntwlle, policy of wofM Extra Money Hidden In Goodyear Fortified Tires Goodyear prices are 37 per cent less than two years ago. As rubber came down and Goodyear sales kept crowing, we lowered our factory cost per tire. So we've uiven motorists a tremendous saving. Yet we've also built Sve great defenses into Goodyear Fortified Tires. These com- bat the worst attacks a tire encounters. Where the Money Goes Four of these extra values are hidden from view. In a poor tire skimping likewise goes unseen. 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Radium waves transmitted through the masts are used It can carry explosives to destroy any ship it touched without danger to its navigators. trapping; braggarts in gold 1ace, of whom they should have rid themselves ears ago. They :zz -end' their thrall- om now It is only by regeneration, a ew birth of freedom, that Germany an recover what she has lost. -The dium of the'gigantic war, of the del- uge of blood poured out to insure tho "free hand" to Ignoble Austria, wi'il not attach to the German people af- ter they have once subjected to their will and .their command, the respon- sible authors' of the crime. It is only in that way that Germany can recoup her moral losses, can regain 'her. place in the sunlight of the world's respect and friendship. Many Ger- mans already see-in the clear light of truth the real position, the real dan- ger of the empire The need is that light shall come to the eyes of mow Germans, of the great mass of Ger- man iieou'le. 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