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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LfiTHBRIDOS OAILY HJiRALD �'� �..... " ' '  r^wiirfi � � � II I l�etbbvibae Iberalb lctbbi'it>fle>Hlb^rta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, delivered, per year..... Dally, by mall, per yaar...... ��0 SVmUjt. by mal), per year....* l-OO TELEPHONESj SnslnegR Ofllce ..........3>B} Kdltorlal Ofllca ............... DM W. A. Buchanan J�hn Tcrranaa Mananinc Uiractor BualDM* itanagat ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Tlie German conquest of Poland appears to ljuve been complete, and the Grand Diike Nicholas will be fortunate to escaiip Willi the main army intact. ImiMirtant towns about Warsaw, as well a� Riga, the Ualtic seaport, are already being evacuated, and the German? 'are exiiected to take possession any time. The retreat from Warsaw is still apparently continuing in an _orderl\ tasliion. The city has been ^ieh .practiifally undamaged. . but all war stocks have been carefully rc-niove at the front have done, and 1 don't Uke a fuss. 1 don't like being made a ifuss of and handshaking. I have .only done my duty as a soldier and a man. There are quite as many good, fellows as me who *ave fought and are fighting. I happen to 'be one of the lucky ones. I am proud to fight for my King and country. All I ask you fellows fit to serve is this: Don't stand looking at me 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)ICKED UP IN ASSINGI-1 FOR THE BUSY HAN OUR POINT OF VIEW YOUR KING AND COUNTRY NEED YOU RIQHT NOW. Manitoba grain growers will give one a,cre caah to the Patriotic Fund. With su<:h a bountiful harvest In sight Alberta farmers might well display their gratitude In a similar manner. St. Matthew's Anglican congregation, Ottawa, will contribute a machine gun a month as long as the war lasts. That's a big undertaking and It shows that the church l)elleves the war is a righteous one and that it cannot be won without the best guns being used. Concluding a speech in London at a greaf-. patriotic meetlag on the anniversary of the declaration of war, Premier Borden gave this message from the people of Canada to the people of Great Britain: "For those who have fallen we shcU not cease to mourn, for the cause to which they consecrated their llvee we shall not cease to strive until it triumphs. We are supremely confident that it will assuredly triumph, and for that great ive are Inspired by unfllnoh-Ing determination to do our part." Every individual Canadian must stand ready to make good the Premier's words. How do YOU propose to do your part? "Are we downhearted?" said Sir James Alklns on Friday morning, in discussing the political situation as it ^j�Xteg!;efl40! Oiiuv at the ploite pt th� Bow Valley constituency gave a majority of 38 wet. Geo. Macadam, aged fifteen, was drownsd at Sarnia ; he was unable to swipj. . . Julius Binder drives a cow around Lorain, O,, and milks it at the door of residents as required. Leslie Moodie, a 10-year-old boy, wa's drowned in the Saskatchewan river at Medicine-Hat. Thomas Alfred Birtles, aged 24, was killed by lightning near Wain-wright. Alberta. -Albert Chatfield, one ol the best known, residents ol St. Catherines, Ont., is dead. Miss Mary Frigalle, for a quarter of a ceuturv a school teacher in Woodstock, 'Ont., is dead. The mayor of Bulialo refuses to sanction increasfs of $1,500 a year to the city court judges. or the 320,000,000 pounds of cheese produced yearly in the United States, Wisconsin makes nearly one-half. The Earl of Kilraorey, just dead, fought for the North in the American civil war as Chas. F. Needham. Of the 120 volunteers for the war from Rossland, B. C, it is said but twenty are still alive. Geo. Fleming, a young river driver of LoVing, died of sihock in the amputation nf his leg, which was badly crushod by logs in a chute on the Magnelawan river. Capt. G. Y. Chisholm of the 48th Highlanders, Toronto, has been offered the command of the ne%y 92nd Kiltie Battalion. John Caldwell, 237 St. Clarens avenue, Toronto, died suddenly on the train while returning from a trip to Uxbridge. Miss' Grace Jeflerys, fiancee of Sapper Wm. C. Buchanan, Royal Engineers, reached the Duchess of Con-naught Houpital a few hours after his death. Every male member of St. Luke's Anglican Church, Brantford, capable of bearing arras, is either at the front or in a training camp preparing to go. Of 64,710 students registered at 152 Gorman universities and high schools of univetsi'ty 'rank, 50,900 have enrolled in the army. ' At the University of Konigsberg l,0.i7 were enrolled out of a total of 1,280. Percy Hagel, the Winnipeg criminal lawyer, who was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary for complicity in the escape from the Winnipeg police atation of John Krat-chcr.ko, has been released. Jessie Kimball, aged 19, who says she was a Bohool teacher near Rev-olstoke, was charged in 'Vancouver with having murdered her infant child by suffocating it. She said she came from Montreal. A oo-operatlve union of the Farmers' Local U.F.A. unions of the federal riding pf Medicine Hat, will be incorporated. It will be known as the MMllclne Hat and Distclct Co