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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE FOUR Til 9A11T ;be Blbcrta ftAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION HATES Bally, delivered. uer year-- to mali; per year.... Great Britain U fwrsn tor of Belgiat atotmlily, de- fence 61 it ha. Wen a ttnrtitt sol lay ID Bfltllh Itateersft Water- loo. Bismarck was to wpset it tn tod It WKI Mt ot sjttts tion that Great Britain would petfelt violation unprotected in S.JO 1259 1224 TELEPHONES Susmese Office Editorial Offloe W. John'Tbrrance Ifanaging'Director Business Manager OUR NEWS SIfWICt At avtime likeUthe pferianl it is only natural that news of alUWnds Is cir- culated. Very ojten InkormattoS Is ol a contradictory natuse. very often mess conjecture, fro sift ,esrii separate item as it comes] through the wires, aid pass personal judgment as fo its veracity, or otherwise, would he an idle and IntfossJhtle task. All a. newspaper cajc isj to Hake tHe news as it comes' through frota ac- ereditM news; seMest, and it to the public. This U what the ald, has since the starting of the war. Every; item pub- lished Is genuine. as it has come through the wiree. We trust the realise this. It is our wish ti keep our readers Informed t In ticular with regard >f what U going on. We are, of the wire brings us. TWfceneral public, feel sure, appreciate our to place them, as soon whatever information we at hand. NAVIES AND ARMIES OF BELLIG- ENTS In another part of the paper will Bt ound a falle, which has beett care- compiled, stowing eonipara- tire strength of the navies ana arm- in of the different nations comprised in the Triple Alliance, the Triple Entente. It Is oroifihrfip nearly to date ai possible, and ti the present feel sure will interesting ,Jn fighting of the British (Bet, now engaged against the Get- man fleet, are the lateit warships, such as the Lion, the Queen Mary and the Princess Rojpl These three an the largest the British naty The Queen Mary with a displacement ot tons, is the largest ship afloat In the fleet. Apart from this She. has the ramariablc speed of over 3i knots'an hour. with whicH the modern battle cruisers are eiiurpped are 13 5 Inches, capable of discharging a pro- jectile of 1375 pounds. The battle- __sb-'ss ten, the battle cruisers eight. A survey of the different units and their total number will demon- strate the power of the British fleet The army figures, as Trill be seen, those of the first and second llae, tut. talcing aH available man, thd fol lowing IS the war footing estimate given by the Dally Mail Tear Book Britain France Russia Germany Austria A VERY SERIOUS MATTER The Canadian nun la kot fi fondly to Oriental or Hindu taaml- (ration add IB takilg that he Is in the company ot the majority of Canadian "citizens. Just now Canada ts being visited by a British liter M. P, Philip Bnowden, ,who eipresses Views at variance with'general Ion In IMS Muntry, yet what he saya Is true in so far as the probtem of dealing with the'Hindu'is an Empire matter, which may bring about ter- lous trouble for (he Mother Oonntry in Mr. Snowdtsi inierrleund In Winnipeg tad ihis to say about tat Hindu sltuatiM: "TherS it a" funny side to that bnsl- but from an Imperial point of new U Is sirioui qUesttom. U the Bfitijll fimplre nMans anything at all It means equal rights for all within ike Empire. I do not you will .rer ie-aHe to KSip the togSher If you are going to erect 1m- PHaatilt ;barrlers against tlft people of one coming Into anotswr sec- tion of the Empire. In my ofialon. U sjec- Wffrttaw.. They are sot i, batf a thai the itat all newcoBMn such as the Bin- 'sliWH! msae to conform to Cuadlu standards ot lite, and, fro- ytdsd are pfeparei t6 work tor the standard rate of wages, be Saw no reason tot teelr rejection. Sum ming 49 Ma yliws on tils question, Sir. enowdcn said- "I do not want to be thought dogmatic on a subject so closely Ouadlu.'lnit I fancy tlat the Hindus would be as easy to assimilate as of tile Jtfljties froia Eastern that an freelr 'admitted into the And with respect to these-veopla, there is no question of [mpertal Iniereir'such as the to allow. to the Hindus provided in with." f U canaot be ialiuaid, by the oaf opponenta of the Hindus, that the situation is Just ai Wr.JBtow4en_ouUlnes. Statesmanship of hlghMfetiancter is required to handle the problem.. AN AMERICAN OPINION Writing iiadsf the cajtiaa, "The British the Chicago, Tri- bune pats Britain's volition lu de- claring war straight to the people' Tie candor with which the British government deals with the people ot Great Britain in such a national em- ergency as this which the nation faces makes London the most lllum- _ tasting news centre in Europe. Its isolation further' favors it aad.iBos' sftly, we.'get n ewe and opinions which five a character (more favorable than fnsttned'tb Britten and French atti- tude.. This is-a; possibility, but con- Ttetion that these two nations would not "M involved except by necessity. The points Great Britain made con- trolling in Its dealings with Germany the socu'Hty of the north coast of FranTe and the Integrity of Bel glum. .In tho former respect Great faced a of honor which ho nation could .Ignore without con- _ :Tt._was at Great suggestion that the French naval strength was centered in the Medi- terranean. There''the French fleet could meet tho Austrian and Italian naval forces of the triple alliance. Great Britain confident ot its ability to meet any enterprise offereil. thA retiult of thiii agreement the north coast of France is now defence- less the defence be undertaken by Great 'Britain, and Sir Edward drey made it plain from the start that this obligation eilsted and must be met Germany also recognised U the Oder not to atMck that port of France It Great BrlUln would remain neutral. J Tho other point, Involving Belgium, reached the British as effect- and here Germany at a Military operations which Belgium's neutrality arc at a IJIsadvantage If directed against Although the circumstances which brought forth the display are to be regretted, It must be a source of in- finite pride to the nation to know that, when the occasion demands it, all political differences are sunk, and in the hour of crisis we are. united for the comiion and stand to- gether a! one man. imeaMM sen If you propose taking part in the present European v Qnrtflii't You should, before leaving, oieoute will II KUMI" ippointing thil youif I w n. pusft od cuAJuurra 1MH OftltWI Waterton Lakes Southern Alberttr'3 famous Summer With 18 mi% of Navigfcble iof Lattnches and Row Boats _.i- t- 1 Good Trout Rates and tt Like Hotfi JCiug Edward Hotel at Fis- cher Orgek Jf jnorning for the lakes. ibey oatt M up Here's a suggMtion Hat might not be So bad The Is col with the that lot- warded to Col He could use it as'fwalHflrar- Me LotS'Tou" You taade me scrap, I ojin't want do Itf- You bet voiir you'll rue-it You started And now f ou're tttbugh it It s up to me to do tt i You'll get your Ml, Kaiser Bill, Prom But ant Ml. Right in the qsek. WH Where Ghiekrf ate I sought tor You wanted bljKfll Wd Mile, So now we'll jit He tattle 'I 1 want to say tf) you, bet 1 do, A word or iwq, You know I You will get wha ing Because we know you're bughouse, dippy, batty, mow you UK scrap you Davy King is liavlnj a little tattle all his onn His enemies u de- Dirt'. sic K dun to ftttt apto, she shouWt, I'll show her t (und in French) Lotraine Ooit as they are its rneMlr omrk of of 01 sport of Klmis ol Oate.-some it only conbiaed. (Special to tbs mean, from PifierlUe Italser was heh coop here lof a feotty neutral stein ol bwi. was caught ra hT Mspondent ol the col- umn, aM reported to the 9lM'Ule police Dn Kaiser cast his io der ground with a thump, threw out his chrst and defied the aliVhotiUts Hoping you arc the same fliroed BEIWIIHIEN DerKais- a I'1 _____ is DM'Kaiser anyway .Tinny Bull is gplng to tell us why tin Kaliez isnV Johnny. Here's a 'cure tor the war Completely surround Germany. Russians ob one side, Belgians on another and French on another, with Britain holding her haml over the cock by way of sea. Then mobilize the promoters- of the Sklnen and Drill Oil company, credited tviib barrels of march.them side by each Into the interior with sealed orders to blow up the brewer- ies. The war would Be- cause the German army wouM- have to UM all tbefa gtih-barrela fol! td tbe.oYerflo.w.-.Gct out the hook! The' Calgary Herald had -it? press stopped the other day in order to get jn a despatch that Letgbridge -had become eicited orer the war They should have let 'er slide and "scooped1 ihe other Calgary dailies nith one of "every ute" ektras. Well, for a' that it's mighty cheering to know that "a kind little chetub sits up m the Her aid, guarding tie fate ot poor Letfl- Down in. the balmy south we hale a habit oi getting excited when there's something ,io be and war, befog 'we' could hardly lie eipeoted to Keep" very cool about It. It's liicVy 50ricJt-'Kg happensd. Now we baYsa't time to'bother with oil We're hoarding our kale instead of But dft. you earner that great lit- tlejftrwaal The Calgary Her- ald didn't stopHte did it, -Tet'tse, with iny own little hatch- eWaOf, And all lor UthBridge If Oermany captured Alberta, who would own tht oil Sir 'llibWai has .withdrawn the the yacht ijace. That meacB, that if Hi all off, Americans wjli bare another jear witiijammi-nl- BuohanBn's RED SEAL REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" a concentrated liquid Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer ia usfid as a table bevefr-' age, dyspepsia is practically unknown So is stonuwfr trouble in gsiaei'al It) Germany beer is more frequent- ly tltanji thah particularly at meal tittle, The prejudice agninst strong stimulants in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride Be most nutritious of all liquid foods. Thii beer U absolutely pure. This is no claim, but one that cap hack up by proof. Co-file to Brewery We WJII yau. j To those who v'ihip strong digestive advise Pride Beer" and We recommend it to it is tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING A MALTING COMPANY, LimitW PHONE Bismarck vas a "man aul might Und he vas glear oud aut 'bJ vas tiicht gac4 to fight Mu( Me-unii Gott Ve kiofk him lite cin mat straw, Ve lift htm know whose fill ilon't vould stand his ff-unfl Oott V4 stCd him oudt m big Vt him insuldt to his face, Caprivi in his place, UM W CajriVi get stilled Mit y promptly him set. t him get up and Oott trandma dinks sH is hiebt tofati bewj Stit floch und siich she interleie Shell (earn none awns dis bethis- und Gott She dtnk6, good tiail, some ships sh soldlets nut der scarlet goat sodets nut der scar Ac! I Ve could kbock Paul I clat, und Gott. _ In dimes' of IXiace btsbaio for wars, I tear the spear and helm of Mars, Udd cats not lor dm thousand Czars, Oott In fact, I burner ofry whim, Wtk aspect dark and Tisaae (rim Rot lulls nut me, und I mil Him, this poem was read recently by a lieutenant m the united at a military banquet, and Is Said to hayt caused Ihletbattonal un- pleasanjnWE The If. 3 navy officer Has cnditctl with Icing the author of the piece, and did not deny It 's Fotum A GOOD SUOOESTION FOR FAKBiEkS Editor Htrald I notice in your patet an article on the cattle situ- ation In the burnt-out districts You think tfiat tood should ,be supplied to (top tbr wholesale slaughter ot pric- es wbteji you say 11 goihg on in that district! Do you not think better way would be to take ,out and put them in the foothlils of tlie mountains, where I know, now that the flys are atottt over, there is grass (or thousands They could fee driven ot, cared !of and would le tat by the llith of November they would then cohihiund a big price if tor sale, it not, arrangements could be the farmers in the foothill dis- tricts fur wintering this could he all done for about six dollars pet head, if the IntrnetB Would hand to- I ether find send gotd men with their JMtds, dot them along the hills, about lliO each place 'Ihe mm who ate buying straw kliyen tor the bit Arms The local tt'tw buyers are trying to bammet ditwp gri'es In this tiHrict M ac- count cf the low prises betoi re- etlred In the dried out puts If tM and stockacn are wtll ey will .t wee UP fot tood stuff aid stick to iM'aoi Hitw to the rambling of tM local rosttuoted itoni Calgary and Edmonton. I do think It would par to swd MM tjif dlstaicU, as it a Case of at least nine UtSiaf leedlsi and it las ol casts It not fee on actount of sxaaWty ol water. If A. J. McLMn (who kmows all >nd the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, BE8ERVE FUND, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES S or it ttrtir TiMe in principal of M Mid by all brnkchts of the Balk. klffMitltd anywher. and .elf-identifyinf i almost thia tM fermWHir. Tile holder II proticHd In 6t u a MptrtM latter of isVutincatlon is wHh Tfcstt U W coovenwot mathesl vacncy W4I T. VIjr. remittance! to Britain and forftlfn Dridu in wWnd Muntry. We sell these at fmte of Biciunge, payable at psr in any paji