Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY R'CRALD AY, AUGUST 27, 1915 i ttbe Xetbbtioge Deratt) i IcfbbrKae, Hlberta 'DAILY AND WIEKLV. HATES! rOtlly, delivered, per Daily, by nan, per Temr....... j by null, par TELEPHONES; Office 1262 W. A. Buchanan John Torranct Managing Director Businww Manage BOUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Germans have now been able to enter into full possession of tie fortress of Brest-Li to vsk, which they have been besieging for some time. The capture of this point which was announced yesterday, con- stitutes the most important German success since the taking of Warsaw. Brest-Litovsk might even 'be consider- ed more va .point than the Polish capital. It is east and a little south of Warsaw, is an important railway junction, and has been the main distributing point for the supplies for the Russian arm- ies. Its fall will necessitate the Rus- establishing an altogether new line of defence.. The German chancellor has author- The duty falling upon the new Manitoba govornmont In prosecuting men who have held high places in tho public service Is not a, pleasant one. There" 4s' a feeling of sorrow that prominent men have become impli- cated in such serious wrongdoing. However, our laws were made for the high HIB low, imd while tho low have frequently received the most .punishment. It Is necessary that a tuvere lessou should be taught so tiiat the men iu high places will realize that they must suitor for Times committed against Ihc public welfare. The following very serious state- RICKED UP IN .ASSING FOB BUSY, KAN Regina fair reports a surplus of over (his year. At the age of 05. Kov. Albert Vagel ot Pittstmrg preached nt Marlon, O. John Henderson, iv pioneer of the Morden, Man.. district, is dead. Citizens of the village of Gleucoe, Out., raised for two machine suns for iJio Canadian Mrs. C. V. Ketchmn, wife of tho manager of he Bank of Toronto at ment appearing in the -Medicine lint Gananoqitr, Out., is dead News should be inquired into by tho The Furniture Co.. at Han- .7 t. over. Out., has received nil order for Dominion government. 10.000 shell boxes. That the seed wheat handed out by I M1100th-shaven men will be the Dominion farmers at B government to fairly high rato the i was sadly mixed, is evident from the ap iwirance of many of the crops today. in some aie to he found as many a employed on tho police force at Seranton. Pa. Kev. J. D. Morrow of Toronto says the war has not decreased tho num- ber of marriages in his cons, res at ion. hat one variety of the wheat is dead ripe while the other is still in a green TtUe and far (torn bPine ready to cut. By the time that it is ready, out for to" double her supply of munitions, and- the crisis in this regard for her armies has pass- ed. Japan is to aid the Allies by man- ufacturing munitions for their armies. OUR -POINT OF VIEW the Rod Fife, -will be in such a con- dition that to touch it will mean that it will shell. In one field Wednesday four different kinds of wheat were found. 'Marquis, Red Kifp. Preston or fall and Velvet Chaff. The latter is a late wheat. It has a small gloss or is in the war. A twelve-foot shark was caught on a Hght bass line by D. Graham Smyfhe, New York, in Long Island Sound. The salaries and employees of all civic officials Nashville, Tenn., fur on it. something like Golden Rod !are cut 20 per cent, owing to the fin- of the east. lancial scandal. Corduroy Pants Men's "Headlight-" Cord- tiroy Pants Medium and Fine Pants Perfectly tailored, with 5 poc- kett, belt loops, side itraps Regular Clean-Sweep Price Regular Clean-Sweop Price....... From this it would seem that the! Captain Graham of Resina> 'who is high-priced government wheat may J jn Canada, says the men of the give a small yield because of the i Tenth Battalion are all being taughtto j mixed state of the varieties, ]use tne Maxim sun. This, the News is informed on in- disputable authority, is the condition which exists practically all over the belt where assistance in the form of seed .grain was handed out. The British Parliamentary Savings Committee is flooding the United Kingdom -with leaflets calling upon everyone to help "to buy vic- Judge RL'htar ot Detroit "rushed his auto after thieves who stole a wo- man's tires on the road and arrested a trio. Cleveland has a councillor who wants to knock off the cost of the for the city hall, op- so shaken posing all art. Chicago underworld is that it is moving, owing to the new clean-up by the police; liOQ were ar- tory1 and peace" by investing in the [rested in two days. YOUR KING AND NEED YOU NOW. COUNTR' Cheer up. The greatest crop Southern Alberta's history is being harvested, We are on the up grade (Hay stacks are as plentiful in the Coal dale district as oil shares in the office .deslts, but they are -worth dollars more. !f the farmer can't sell his- alfalfa 1 let him feed it Our irrigated district should be the aaost productive stock 'raising country iu the west. Robert Rogers is taking an- other holiday. Just getting accus- tomed to the which is on its prolonged vacation Don't become extravagant just be- cause yon think the crop IB going to put more money in circulation. Con tinue to be careful with your money YourrHl flnd it Turkey.- wants peace at-once, we are told. She could have had peace !f she hain't tied herself on to the .Kaiser's coat tails. She must expect to get the same medicine that Is due to the Huns from tne civilized nations of the -world. William Jennings Bryan Is a peace ftt any price advocate. He would feteo be agreeable to have. United States cilia-ens trampled in the mire. Bryan is'no longer a power in the TJnited States. He falls to represent American opinion. He IK in the Bern- storff and Dernburg class. Canada's new knight >will fce known u Sir Sam, not because of.a desire of the public to he iaiiilliar, but be- cause Canada's Minister of Militia was christened Sam and not Samuel. It can wO These Shoes are a combination of strength and comfort, sturdy Box. and Norwegian Calf. full double oak Holes through to heels; shoes that will pay any man's money. Regular Price 56.00 M Clean-Sweep Sale Price Regular Price So. 50 Clean-Sweep Sale Price Regular Price ffo QC Clean-Sweep. Sale Price ...9w.O3 (These are 12 and 6 inch tops) Work Shirts Men's special line of Work Shirts in durable fabrics. Seams are strongly sewn and all points where there is any. special strain are doubly strengthened. 51.35 values. Clean-Sweep Price OOC Fine Shoes Men's Fine Shoes, leathers Velaur Calf, Pat- ent Colt and of Gunmetal Calf. Swing or straight lasts, high toes, short vamps, button' or 'blucher styles. Regular Price Clean-Sweep Price............. Regular Price Clean-Sweep Price Regular Price Clean-Sweep Price Regular Price Clean-Sweep Price Half Hose Men's 2DC Mercerized Half Clean-Sweep Price .Men's Lisle Halt Clean-Sweep Price Men's Cashmere Hoae, pure wool, Clean-Sweep Price.......... 15c 25c 25c Belts Men's Patent Buckle Elastic Belts. Regular 51.00. Clean-Sweop Price... DwC Regular 75c Leather Clean-Sweep Price 45c Negligee Shirts Men's Negligee Shirts for the hot weather, with double soft cuffs, from the best makers; etc., com- prising Cambrics, madras, percales and linens. Regular Clean-Sweep Sale Price Regular ?1.75 Clean-Sweep Sale Price Regular Clean-Sweep Sale Price 95c Hats Men's Felt Hats- Clean-Sweep Price L. KEEL, Oliver Block, Street S. Germany on Famine Basis Germany is not yet starred but she is down to a famine basis, all j along the Hue, (cahles Frederick W Wile, London correspondent of dhe Chicago What do I read in the coin hoarded without government's consent. military latest copies" of papers 1 That- council my the recognizing German; news- German ..federal the imperative necessity of such measures, -.is now preparing to issue a proclamation regulating the ahmenUtion of the civil That the textile mdustn ma> not longer owing to the shortage of cotton, manufacture anything hut the most urgently- ne- cessarv articles such as bed sheets, leaving all other cotton for the pro- duction of uniforms, handages and explosives. That the use of rubber or copper for anj thing but the militarj emergencies 'of the country is a trea sonable misdemeanor. That riot a pig ma> he slaughtered or a loaf of bread a potato fiold. bushel of wheat milled. or gold When the, DardaneAcs arc forced, as lull be, Russia will experience the benefits of British supremacy afloai as Francs has benefitted by it from the very hour the war be? for the czar's military establish- ment will he like born anew when Russia can ship her produce out into the world through the Mediterranean and get maintained supplies of muni- tions by the samp route. England, France and Russia are communicat- ing with the outside world by their nwn UTicut cables. That is the.. Brit- ish navy's fault, too. And when Kitchener is ready to send the bulk 01 his army to the continent he will be able to do so, .thanks to just one all-dominant factor the British navy But .Britain's supreme ors. equivalent, but the superior, in genu- ine soldierly qualities, of any Ger- man after two years of the Prussian goose-step and its concomitant rig- cs. _ It is solely in point 01 equipment that Britain's new afniieS'are the in- ferior to those of their allies and their foes. Wlien_ Britain went to war last August I suppose she had all told, perhaps half a million rifles on 'hand for- her initial expeditionary SENT SIX NURSES .TO FRONT Besides Many Have U. S. Branch of the' lt 0. 0. K, From Mrs. A. ID. Gooderham, presi- dent of the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire, coma the following: "The Daughters of the Empire in the United States are to be most heartily congratulated on the wonder- force of Germany-'probably i nil work they are'doing in the way stripped for hatile with an equipment, [of war relief. They have recently of. apiece for a field, force-of men. That was just one iioni in her (able of pro- digious preparation. T mention only the one' department in which Britain' was hopelessly behind and deficient. She has had to manufacture rifles by'the'million and that isn't a mat- ter from today till tomorrow. That is why thousands of Kitchener's men-have to carry out "route inarch- even now with dummy wooden achieve-j to counterfeit a added six nurses to the n.nmbor al- ready sent by them to" the front, and this last month alone have sont'quan- tities of comforts! for the" aviators.' 500 hammocks and four'himdred thousand cigarettes. When we realize in what a restricted field they'have to work, we cannot but unbound- ed energy and their, loyal devotion, to the country of their birth." An ostrich, often lives to be, more an 70 years old, and yields market- merit in the war, in my judgment, is! den like the real, article, or with none able feathers from the time it is sir at all. months old until it ie more than 50. CARDINAL -VANNUTELU Dean of tho Sacred College, w'uo died fit aged 31. the determiiiation to "stick 'they say here, to the bitter end. There is no faltering and no dissent- ing opinion on that score. Britain Will Fight for Ten Years ''We -shall hang on fdt ten if declared J. L, Gar- vin, Britain's foremost editor, to me only the day before yesterday. 'Mr. Garvin has 'just dispatched his only bov, a lad of .19, to the of- ficer in a Lancashire volunteer rffii- mcnt. j I am only sorry they won't take me tie s id. thinking) I Englishmen, raaljzc'thhL they simply have another Napoleonic proposition on their hands. H took them all of ten vears to the first one. Ihcj flout shrniif from a tussle of the same kind on the present occa- sion. H will not make the suggestion of a difference to England if France and; Russia should "quit the.show" tomorrow. England will go on. Wins- Ion Churchill said that, categorical- Jj last winter. It is truer than ever today. Calais Napoleon was at Ca- lais, too. He destroyed ish ships before Waterloo, but the English "stuck it." I say without hesitation and with-' out any intention of flattering the "Kitchener that the average British fighting man, after nine of Ualning, Mermen's Violet Talcum .The soft, downy Mermen powder redolent of fragrant violets makes this a -delightful toilet requisite. 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