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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta IPC a A a i, WEDNBSDAY, AUGUST It, KA.TM f. Dllly. delivered per M.OO 'ViUf. by par-year...... 8.00 WsKldy, :by mall, per year.... 1262 .e; iairV a ot; of wnbiri iOO are The Baaniarofc- Archi- pelago and Kaiser Wllhelm'sland an Guinea, not far from British territory.- The Caroline and Mar- ll lilaods He to the north. ''i.Vyi', TELEPHONES Business Office.......... Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranee HabaElhg Director Business Manager .WELL DONE! 25TH. Like true soldiers, not waiting for. the call, but anticipating iutal battery lias, through its commanding officer. Major Stewart, bn behalf of (he officers and men, ottered itself. for 'sen-ice for the Empire. The hearts ot these men are In the right place, anil it has not taken thfm long to realise their duty. Lelhbrldge can- 'not but feel proud of her boys in thus appreciating; the need of the hour. If Kaiser William needed It to .driven home to him how badly he had miscalculated the effects of war with Great Britain as it would affect Can- ada he must now consider himself a poor prophet indeed. If, aa we are told, that the Germans hate been educated by their political professors to believe that a great European war meant the independence of Canada, Australia and South Africa, then, by what: Is taking place In Lethbridge -i-.nd elsewhe're, we are surely show- Ing these people how.badly they have been beguiled and befooled by their teachers.. THOUGHTFUL GIFT The rash to the aid of the Mother- land, by Canada is not only remark- able for its spontaneity in the desire to be 'in the fighting lino, 'but in the wonderful thought given aa to afford- -'irig every means of assistance- pos- Bible. This last was shown m the offer! of the million bags of flour by the Dominion. Now, as if to further prove thai in every part -of the counr try 'brains are busy devising means of -affording every .effectual help, cornea the offer ot Alberta to furnish bushels of oats. __. Horses. In a campaign are as .of .much value as men. Their care -and feeding Is of like Importance to those organizing the. cqmmiBariat .depart-. ment as the victualling of the com- hatants. The offer of the oats will. be of material advantage, and will be highly prized by the re- ciplente. "vvar, with all it signifies, ,1.- deploy -able, bat. ve'nly, the opportunity can- not be regretted wherein wecan'show. are children of the same moUieiV and her hour of trial Is also The war'fever Is spreading. Even. Japan In suffering from an ailack of, II. That advertising kite nearly 'lot he Ottawa people Into a state o[ ner- vous prostration. 11 This Is another proof -that -the jane ,way to advertise s: through columns of the news- Kiners. In _Lethbrldge use the Her-v aid ffliIs- better than any kite. United Slates may keep out bribe war but the conflict will affect It very seriously. It is estimated that; its nua will drop a hundred millions US'e, of the stoppage of imports rom Europe. This shortage will have o be made up. by "emergency taxation and an Increase in the Income" tat. War hits the neutral as well as the active participants. Yesterday' the wife of President Wilson-TUBS laid away la' her laat resting palace. Her death wai mourn; ed by the nation not because'. of. her. wide personal acquaintance with the, because she.had been a rue helpmeet to a great President. Simple' and democratic though jBhe was, she played a prominent part in he affairs of the was' a "constant.. companion and ad- visor of a man made himself very'short period the outstanding President ot recent years in the Re- public. THE REDMEN'S OFFER One considered as a sum. Is a small amount so far aa money donated for war is reckoned. But, 'nevertheless, the aura Is In Jri- verse proportion to the Bplrlt which dictated the giving. The Blood In- dians by their offer have not only displayed their loyalty to the Empire, but have 'further given expression to the', benignity .of British it in any portiuu or oiif fuElm; where Briton has ousted Its original holders, there has never been on the part of these any cause for regret: The .-whole-hearted offer of the Red1 "men Is only an -instance, and is a testimony to British Justice and falr: play: The Indians have shown themselves true to their When we can raise' this spirit amongst those who, though with us, are not of us, we can with no idle boast call ourselves true Em- pire builders. GERMANY'S COLONIAL POSSES- SIONS Yesterday's despatches told ,UB that Great Britain had occupied Germany's; West Africa possession. Germany's colonial have an area of one million square miles and a population of about eighteen million. the Gold Coast 'Colony on the west and Dahomey on the east... The coast line Is.: 22 miles, the area square miles and the population, a. million and a half., all. being natives except a few hundred European officials and traders. The Cameroons oh tlie west coast Is also German territory." In- Innd it borders Nigeria. It has a population .of three and- a half million. German -East Africa lies sr.uth of British East Africa and there is a population of-seven million and a half, 3600 being Germans. Tlie area is square miles, German Africa has coast line from the Quncn'e river to the-Orange river.'and is bounded on tlie cast by..: Brltlih territory. The area ifl square miles and the population including Germans. Klao-Chau Is a German in; the Chinese province of Sliantung. U IB leased from China. P 1 IIGKEDIJPIN ASSING TOK THE BUSY MAN FRONT, PAOB ing day aad night; also to yield >tor- eri meets, iroc'erlet aid; eatlblea of .iilas "to luch en eitent that the Belgians theffMl I In a sorry plight. vAay kind ol .violence tbe- civilian labeblUitti wai iteen we were aliackedr'Then; -we bad orders to ihDOl without heiltation In de- fence. --'-v 'Atler a few. hour j the) Belgians got over- and with the lar as possible with a difference of languages. Then followed with istouiibingrapldUy the advance to Liegi., witb the first part of the jotiraey belnf dpiie by: train, but not far The retreating Belgians began to tcur up the railroad. 10 we had to take the roid again and inarch. The use of the tb; and bvond Verviers caused otir sudden ance'before The city "of Brantford has takes over the city tramways and the Grand Valley line a's municipal, enterprises. Fifty Scandinavian editors from the States are to tour "Western Canada shortly. .-.'V-. Francis Leroy Warner and Lillian Fern Nopp were married at Warner recently. Igtanatsad: county, Quebec, decbired n favor of by a majority of Wji 8. of 'charlottetown, has' been appointed judge of Queens County, P. B. I. The liassey Harris Company's local plant at Brantford with 1000 men em- jlbyed, is ijkely to he cjoseil down nhlll'after the in Europe. said the Bishop of London in. his annual sermon at Marlbprough College, "is often the iath to BLrpngeat faith." iv. Qnmdy, of nother- ham, the nominee of the Yorkshire Miners' association, has been adopted ibor candidate for tho Hallamshire division. Silas H. Carpenter, former chief constable .of Edmonton, has entered a claim against the city for the sum of. and costs as damages for wrongful dismissal.' "Then we went tbrouili .days of terror. I took psrLin the ejil-ller at- tack on the BUglans detendlni and, though 1 not a the sights I saw and the 'wholesale slaujh- ter of our men filled me with -dread. Again and always In close formation, jying and shootlse at one elevaUoE, given" us bj officers. running lorward ,and- drdpplnt again on our vte fire, and advancing police ;Aorej "always nearer enemy. 'As we pressed fcfwaj-d, bur rants became thlnntr and thlbder. .Shells burit among kllHag and BuA wounds were far wor'ie than death Itself; i'lilie Jhe rltie'fire of the Belgians moSed down our men In dozens, "Have you .'.ever, been under -fire, ever pushed forward. against the Invis- ible with .comrades r. dropping either dead or mutilated aJI around you? Ever seen. the. effect-.of modern artillery trained human jeing? of idead-and leaps of wounded all mixed togetber? Ever heard the cries of fallen, ibldlera you -were obliged to leave to their; sat- brings in order. tie? If uot, you csjiuoulmailne what we went through at Uege.- Some our attacks were, others liy night. Oiir In their bravery.-lejj-. us> en- couraged i us, to throw, away our lives. I think there was much unnecessary bloodshed. -We 'marched .-fltraightvat the enemy's lines -the mouths of hostile as if on oecTne ponents. It not war. as war could be but with, more "11 there' were'momentB when we broke and rah, It Waal) ecause' further advance Into the Jaws of death a sheer Impossibility. i; After' the tint assaults, with their disastrous endings, the spirit of, the attackers WEB; broken. Deep Jbioyant charge" with ifhich we niarched Into tie enemy's lick- of en- thuslaim spretd thFough all Oie ranks and retarded success; ess discipline, to burl ourselves- receatedjy. at lines which seemed -unbreakable. when: only, a fraction of our regiment survived, we moved to a dif- ferent part of the while fresh troops were" brought up to go through the. same. cpur.Be of ;actlon.. It was oomhipn talk'amoDff our men .that hundreds of were left for hours kind "of. .adequate attention, fon.the simple reaBon that it was Impossible to; reach, them with- out. almost' certainCdeath; r sufferingB'. -were hesrtrend- .ng beyond the powers ami there were Elgh'ts and Bounds that While: stepping out of the way of one train. Mrs. Dan Leitcli, of Stoney 2reek. and her little son were In- itantly killed, when an eastbound ex- press run. them down near. Stoney Iree'k. .Major Ernest Chambers. Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod In the Sen- ate, and Fred Cook, the well known Ottawa newspaperman, with Major C. F. Hamilton, the present deputy chief form Canada's Board 'of Cen- sors during the war. Mrs. T. I. Pleetlmm, wife of Agent Fleetham of the Sarcoe, Indian Re- serve, died .unexpectedly at iti? ag- ency on Sunday. Mrs. Fleetham pos- sessed what is .perhaps the largest 'and most valuable collection, of Indian curios, .weapons, costumes; Imple- ments and ornaments In the world. U Is conservatively.valued at What, from a memorandum hook In the pockets, ,1s believed to be the body ot Cnptaln F. H.. McConkey, of Bafrle Ont, master1 of the1 steamer Regina, one'of the. boztu. that went', to the bottom with all on.board In the dls entrouB -itcTis' wbloli. swept, the great lakes In November last, wos tbrowt lipeh'the shore at Port Snnltlc, thirty miles.above Port Huron. all that cooM tt eipRttd.: My KUom rasamtd their normal ectiM Awards ol a dovabsn, awi I.nfalaM Slv-oU- time vitality. Todly, I asi.esiloviai "Frii't-a-tlvte'' U the greaMit Kidney feaisHljisjthewoild. ---Itissts.- oa Ihe bowels and skin s> as M :U.t thereby Motbti aid cnies anr Kidney aortneis.' at joe. a hoi. 6Tor f j.jo, trial slse ijca or will be srat on Rnipt prtee wjth'li. K. A, Klldmre; gunner. Oeo. Ol'Orelg; 4 years with V. A. W.' S. Standiaj, 31, member clU police force, years' service reserve, and 15 months, 9rd Lon- nven cltii of battle'abook our nerves terrurLlta '.our hearts. The'bravest of men may well be full bl rlinifJSiiVa" mgae'rn. batKe- elf The sSungVGirnUn yhp ;toid_'tjiis tile of-war re- fined, ronscrtpt. from a mlddle-olats family. His tcompanlon, slmHar things to relate. All agreed the cour- age of--tlie German, rani file auperhumui. and .they were ly eipoied.np.a, hoitne when dlt ferent have.dlmlnlilled the sacrifice of life. The wholesale .cremation: of-bodies of German BOldlere klllod the djtcrtbed by Ihe German'' fugitives croased tie frontier Into ing two or three successive af- ter the tearful carnage aroond.the forts of Uege, -lAeVqerBians' coUeitea'ittieir dead and piled them in heaps of ty or Inlrlj: ler were held.! aaiiitjsj fired over each iiap, burned.: The explained that bodies.from .necotnlhg a menace llvinii Many othef: bodies wereittrawn i'ioat.seaward; -16. E. J; Holberton, 32 17. S. Norman, 30. .U, u. Martin, 2 camps with 25tii, ,3; months at Kingston. "tl.'WmUJteidi.ai. .1. AVilter E.. Naiah, ?4, 3 -yews with 1st Staffordshire K. V. 'Arthur Barnweil.; II. 14. S. S. Warren, a7j''7 .with ,JB.' Jimes Payne. 21, 3 years wlfh Bast.Knit-Jtifls.: FROM _ _ BifttMyv- 9. H. Seaman, ace 31. 10. Hi Qiesifj Battery. 11., 18, 3 yeais w Pobinson, 31, i? yeiTs with on'niachine jiin s- Holmes, S6. Allah H: ilaines Hamlltob, 18. i1: RicifanJ Bailey, mauled; 3 .'-W. Hendtie, 3 years 25th, iuiaer. li. Mlrtael Cranney, 30, married. 35. J. B: 24. 3f: H, Wood, S. Lancashires lbj'2 years. ''37! 25, years driver There la a jrowtif lendenqr, which have sjhnyifNltr. rakuoni betveAi business men and bank io biutom.f. faciUUei white. A. a, KING, Aetln, M o, R, TINNINfl, Ma I lantger I i WHY NptHAME HERE? i. YT while away, and the 'city .auppiy- thepii fuel, water, light piatter of as- was deferr- ed to a F, C, 3 ivf'i lOl.t'Hetfert' J; Huxtable. -22. Francis J, Iff6. Victbr ;-B.'' jBrown; 107. Edwiu Cart- Fire -Volun- tetr Service in JEuglatni. 3 "years 'The lumei of thoie back m about ten "tiat tbe: mm iWU not leave tor at least ;twdi It that iwili be made out in-tfci'weit, from iie'-.fou'r' western 'iliac are-located ii, Winnipeg, one in Heiina and nne AD- plications for enrollment in will he received each'evening- at the 602 10th commenoing I'tonight, the to.-be optn Irom 7.30 First contingent lor Irom Lethbridge, tor imperial; fqioci: 1. Qeorae aerv- cd in Volunteers, and one Hi the best drivers ID tie 25th .f...... .2. T.'W. II; sergeant 25th, certiAcate Royal Sobool ol Ar- tiiterj'.'Kingaton.. -3. H; B. .H. Conybeare, age 18, V'.'C. College Cadets. HAIR AND 5K1NB Assisted by occasional .use of Cuticura Ointment. SANBORN'5 SEAL BRAND COFFEE SATISFIES, tlMSISkiV. CHASE 8ANBOBN MONTREAL' i, 39. 46. D. A. Bacheller, 25. 21: :-V-' Bird, ,33.. 48. W. L. Shlrler, 35, married. ii. J. F. Labb, 45. M. E. Srhnndd, 22, Blairmore. W. J- Walter, 32. 1-48! [Qmtip Harper, 22.'; Findlay, :3Z.- Royal Scots" Volunteers-: .10 Harry Lighten, sars, Si. J.'B: Paihicr, 2 medals S. A., aged 17 years, 8 months, Jas. B.-Stllbbs, 36j A. M. C. married.- 53. ,J. Bry'den, 32; 54. B.: W. Howe, 5 years 2nd Bat. Northamptonshire Regiment, 2 S. A. midals, 36, marrtad.- :54. J; G: Ness, married. G. -Rsy Ness, II. John Fiddes, 21, 3 years Scot- t sb Rifles, 3rd Battery. 57! Wilburt Abbey; 23.: 58. Rolaid. Brooks! 30; 8 years 9lb Nortolks; 1st-and 2nd Battalion, 4 years Reserves. 89.- Vincent Sullivan, 23..... 80. Fred Stowe, 22, 1 year, irtth1 26th Battery. -SI. W. H. Buchanan, 19. 82. Rowlinds, 21, 83. Chss. Hy.. Pries, 28, 5 years Northumberland Yeomanry 2 years Saskatchewan Light Horse 22nd v 2 yrs. Saskatchewan Light Horse 29th; 2 .yeais camp 25th holds Corp: certificate R.S.A: 64. Palate, 29. 65. H. 33; 2 years camp 25th- 66. Wm. Carnill, 25, Derbyshire Volunteers. 87. E. Baldry, 32, married. G.-H. Naylor, 32, 3 years West Yorkshire Regiment. 6I.-F. J. Wright, 28, 4 reus Cheshire Reg. Volunteers. ii 70. P. Clayton, 32, 2 yesrs 25tb. 7J. A. V. Own, London. .72. G'. Crawford, 21. 73. A.iPatelories, 2ff. 74. Edmund Dowse, Beservist Irom 12th Royal Lancers, (Bank ol :75.i L. B. Mason, Osteopath, 30. 76. L..W. Bailey, .21.- 11, L. L. Russell, 21. 78; C. Clarke, 38, 8 veers Royal Field Artillery, 4 years Reserve, Af- rica' -sad India; qualified shoeing smith and-first'class gunner, 18 mns. veterinary 78. McNally, 32. 80. Jas.- Davis, 20. 81. Ocorgc Harold Wright, II. 82 Fred E. Wilkie, 23, 7 years Field Artillery, 83: George [j...Addison, 29. 84. Joseph-Oris, 31. 85. Oliver E. Ballley, 33. 86. George E. Ciarke, 29. -87. -Wailace-H. Storey, 81, 12'yrs, Field 'Artillery: 88. Sam F., Lewis, 24, 3 years Royal Eng neers. H.'iE; Watson, 20 years, 2 years Territorials.. 90. Harley Thompson, 22, 2 yoars TetrltorialB. 91'. Wm..Harvey Clarke, 32.' Peter J. Roberts; 41. Edgar Davis, 31, -two years VblunteeK, 4 years Territorials ma- ohlnt. gun: George Macleod, 25. 15. George Kennedr, 27, 3 years Volunteer Artillery. ID. 20. t'l. George 'Sebitr, II. Edwin 22: W, C. niakelv, 31.- S, 101. Frsncjs Wai she. 30. D. Middletoh-21, 3 years with 3rd rilo: '20. ill. fl. Roun1iig1--il7: 1IJ: Samuel -ClitterSuck, 35. 114: Geotge Ironst aa.'-: 115. -Victor 80, 2 years with 82nd tear 26th Bat- 116: Mllla, i'22. 117. C." Young, Jerry Church', 23. A. 29-; -4 'years London 'iBnglneeis', 5V J-eare 'Oxford Light Infantry; Chaplain. lio.; iMJ Miarphy, 1.0. iai.'r.HL- 80, Corporal N. R- H. ,Ai -12 years Reserve. iiia.-; G.-- MOOR, '.'.34; 3 years" 93rd Regimenti Mead, 23, 2 years i24.- 23, v J25. Robert .Sargent 33, 2nd C.-M. C. i years 2Mb C. F. A. South Airica ser- vice. Robert Horsburgh, 2 years Territorials.. T. aged "17; 'refused on ac- CANADIAN BANK SILLS -V GOOCT A8 GOLD Oovirnment Authorlm Pa'ymenta in Intttld ef In Gold Plccea To prevent .any 'uneasiness, or tin- nec'esrary trouble part of those not familiar with, Uninclal matters aud with th'e' strength: >ofi our Canadian banking irBtem', the Minister of Fi- nance Baa liiued 'a! timely and re-as- suring Ke outlines the ef- Last weekthat f opt had But; the owner, read' of She applied it one night and pain instantly slopped.: In .48 hours all the corns cameioutv And those corni will never conie Thit'i. .lite have aboiit Bixty million corns. And tent of tlibuandi >t Some of thini'iiicd to pare merely, to relieve. Some of tlicrn tried- the old-tiine .treatmeota until they' give up Now never again will they tuffet from -corni. When- .one.- on it. Thtni ii no more Tiecoml Is In.tivo lift It bat. -No palii; no tfouble. _ "That minds too feed to be true. But remember, pltaH, that a million corni a raooth tn '.ended ih-lhii Bhie-Jarway. Why don't you let it put an. cad For Gornt 15aod29aaU-atDronMa fectlve. steps -whlcn'tKe government Is taking to ensure abundant supply; of currency during the war, and auth- orizes payments in bank" notes, in- atcad of In Dominion notes or gold. That is to familiar and 120.00 bills, and those of. higher-denominatloni. Issued'by our Canadian chartered 'banks have now exactly the same value as'gold. Rallwaya, eipreiB" companies, mer- chants .everybody in Canada, wMl con- tinue to receive and make payments In bank notes. Our Canadian banks are In splendid position to meet demands which .may be :made upon, them, as their reserves ue exception- ally strong. Sender Five Roses Cook Book- HSMJAL OF OOM UOKI ;