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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR i 111 r THE LETHBITIDGE DAILY HEHAJ.n WEDNESDAV, DECEMBER 2, 1914 ttbe c, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year..... by mail. year...... ly. by moil, par year..... 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES Office Kdltoriil Office.............. 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torranea Director Business Manager is altogether too much "kid glove" rule lit tho British uavy. That Is what is the matter with it. That is why tho Germans nro it down with their submarines. There is a lot'of plain talk in that) letter, but it is good sound 'sense, nevertheless. Canada's force tit the froul will liave its own aviation rorys. That does not mean that they will go up in the air- when they meet tUe CJer- mans. The'German iiet-L will attempt tc jpmbard Petrograd. i'nibaJvly that's because the Russians removed the ieruian flavor when they changed the name. THE WAR SITUATION TODAY With the exception of intermittent attacks in the neighborhood of Amis by the enemy, which have -been re- pulsed, and desultory fighting iu tho j Premier Roblin will limit tiie hours Argonno forest nothing of particular for boozing in Manitoba. He must import is taking place in the western j have been iu wireless coinmunica- scene of fighting. The centre of-lion with the Czar to find out hcuv it gravity has been removed to Ilussian was done. Poland, and western operations are evidently awaiting the result of the Stupendous contest waging there. So far as the results will count the (battle in Poland is, perhaps, ihe most important In the -campaign. A decis- ive for the Russians will, con- sidering the magnitude ot the con- flict, mean a "stricken field" for the j cause a lot of good with neutrals by If military experts are right balderdash as he got oft his German armies in Poland, far remov- ches[ yesterday. The Kaiser would General Alderson's praise of tho Canadian troops under his command is not the hot air variety. He ted troops of the same brand in South Africa and knows what they can 'do. Ed from their base flt Thorn, are in a precarious position, being split into threo units. The Russians are now having the chance of proving their fighting qualities. The chastened re- ports of their progress are, if any- thing, more convincing and encourag- ing than being told that they are win- ning all along. The crucial nature of the combat is, no doubt, properly esti- do well to lock Ktieckel and Bern- storff in a padded cell til! the war is W. DYSPEPTIC ITILL By Taking Says Capt, Swan Life is very miserable to those who suffer with Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach mid Biliousness. This letter from Captain Swan (one of the best known skippers OIK the Great Lakes) tells how to get quick relief from Stomach Trouble. PORT OXT., May Sth, 1913. "A man has a poor chance of living and enjoying life when he cannot eat. Tiiat was what was wrong with me. Loss of appetite and indigestion was brought on by Constipation. I have had trouble with these diseases for years. I lost a great deal of flesh and suffered constantly. 1'or the last couple of years, I have taken "Fniit- a-tivei" and have been so pleased with the results that I have recommended them on many occasions to friends and acquaintances. I am sure that a-tives" have helped me greatly. By following the diet rules and taking to directions, ny person with Dyspepsia will get be alldealera at 500. a box 6 for or trial siza 250. or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruil-a-tives Limited, A THANKSGIVING BRIDE P ASSING FOR' THE BUSY MAN The Reichstag opened today. Of course we will all hear by wireless of the splendid economic conditions in j Germany and the fine spirit of tho people in time of war. With less than mated, and not till victory has -be- j ten per cent, her merchant marine come sure and certain will it be pro- doing business Germany's economic claimed. Meanwhile the rapid rush- condition must De too 3ng of reinforcements the enemy, fine to see with the naked, eye. even to the extent of denuding the strength of his -western array, points (o a desperate attempt to save a doubtful, if not forlorn, situation. One can't blame the commissioners i DESERVES A PIRATE'S FATE At the time the Emden was put out Of business by the Australian cruiser Sydney several London newspapers glorified the captain and a proposal made in Australia chat the cap- j for abandoning the old city hall, but at the same time, if they could see their way c'.tfar to house all the civic offices the old building, even at ihe expense of some public inconven- ience, we hardly think ratepayers would object. Every dollar saved these times counts. tain should be given a public welcome as. a tribute to his prowess. Thjs sort j of talk is The Emden was I nothing better than a pirate on the high seas. We are in accord with these views as expressed by a former Canadian living in Kansas City, in a letter addressed to the Toronto Gloge: K the captain of the Emdeu is s. "brave, ingenious and courte- ous old Captain Kidd, tho pirate, must have 'been an angel. I presume that you have read 'the account of how the Emden sank the Russian cruiser Jemt- chug in-the harbor of Penang. As the Russian cruiser lay at anchor the. harbor, the Braden, dis- guised with a false funnel made of canvas, so she looted like the '.British- cruiser Yarmouth, and fly- ing ihe 'British flag, steamed into the harbor and swung in close to the Jemtchug as If to anchor. The Jemtchug. believed she was a Bri- tish cruiser. The Emdea, as soon as'shergot close to the Russian, launcfied.a torpedo, which struck the Russian amJdship, and then -fired a broadside. The Jemtchug with a- deafening roar and sank. There was not a single from the Jemtchug. Now, Js'that the work of a Mbrave and courteous (We say it Is the work of a cow- ardly, piratical, murderous bar- That is not war. It is 1 piracy and murder. I We down here are getting tired British attitude of toler- i Kace of German ibarbarism and German atrocities. Seeing this attitude toward; ihe Gorman pir- ate -who commanded the Emden, are fearful when the British have defeated Germany, the con- I fluerore will consent to some kind of dishonorable peace. We fear j that all this sacrifice of blood and human life and treaiure ia to go 1 Jor naught -We do not know how you folks home look at it, but we want to pee the Kaiser banished to St. .Helena, and nothing short of that will suit us. We want the whole Hohvniollera family put out of the ruling game and placed where Jhey can never do any more harm. It Is the unanimous vote of the Canadian colony in Kansas City Hint the captain of the Emden been hanged from the ympdarm u a pirate who fouffct without the rules of civil- ized warfare, who sneaked upon LIB prey under tho dlfgulte of the British flag, and who murrfsr- by tho wholesale. And by the same token we arc to that -there BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY is all perfectly blen- ded and fhor- oughly aged. O. ROB14N, ToroDto as Cherokee tribe of Indians, who mar- ried Richard Croker of the former Tammany Hall chief ton recently in New York. Miss Edmonston Is the laughter of an Indian princess. This photo was laken at a suffrage parade in New York in which she represented Oklahoma State.' ICE AT ARCHANGEL statement corces by 'way of the Berlin wireless that the Russian port of Archangel, on the White Sea, is -now completely frozen over, despite the efforts of "the ice- breakers, including th.p one loaned by tbe Canadian government. It is, therefore, no longer possible to ship merchandise, ammunition and food- stuffs from England to Russia. OF CANADA Whea will Yon Save if you don't Save NOW? Though your salaryorincoms will no doubt Increase, so will your many find that the latter more than keep piee with the former. Now is the time to start a Reserve Fund the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada Is jhe pace io keep it. Deposit the extra you have on hand can open Kcount with any sum, down to one draw interest on It, A. B. KING, fctlnn Msnage- G. R. TINNING. Manager 3RASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHB.RIDGE BRANCH There are 836 Chlueac'laundriw in Toronto, Ptc. Paul Kiel, a cousin of tho fa- mous Louis Kiel. Is with tlie 90tU Winnipeg Hides at Saltnbury Plain. Tho elevator of the Durrani Grain :o. at llaj'shuiu, Alberta, was destroy, ed by lire. The late J A. Halstead, formerly ot Mount Forest, Ont., loft an estate, aluod afovor llav. J. G. NMcholson. of Slior- rooke, (Jue., 1ms bccu called to the 'resbyterian church at I'aris, Ont. Aid. U. S. Sutherland and Aid. .T P. Hnrrisou will Uu candidates for nayor of Kingston, Out, Tho TcmiaUumliig and Northern intario Railway, owned 'by the pro- incc of will discontinue run- ing trains on Sunday. Hon. J. D. Kazan denies a report mt drastic naval legislation will ba ntroduced at the next session of par- am en t. Rev. Edward Teale has been named lapiain of the 101st regiment, Ed- lonton Fusiliers, with the honorary of captain. Sir Thos. G. >3hauglmessy, in deny- S that he would 'become Canadian igh Commissioner, says he will de- te his active life to the C. P. R- Jas. Stewart, who took part in the eil Rebellion and whose son served the South African war, died at Brampton, Ont., aged 74. Dr. A, M. Rosebrugh, a well known eye specialist, also prominent as an inventor and prison reform advocate, is dead at Toronto. The Toronto Globe, says thai T. jrcGarry, M. P. P. for South Renfrew, and G H. Ferguson, M.P.P. for Gren- ville, will soon be taken into ihe On- tario cabinet. Word reached tlie village of Dot- ton, Ont.. that Sidney Watkins of that place, who left for the front as a Bri- :ish reservist, has been hilled in ac- tion in France. H. L. McDonald, who has been Dcering- agent at Carmangay for the past six months, has accepted a posi- iou with a mining company at Minot, N. D. j City Solicitor Peters, of Prince Ru-1 jert, son of u former premier of J i'rince Edward Island, travelled to England at his own expense and is I now serving with the Canadians, An order in council has been passed irohibiting the entry into Canada of wo old country" publications, Illus- rated War Bits and New Fun. .Both .re weekly illustrated papers pubHsh- d in London. The first mentioned is aid to have been, prohibited because t gross exaggerations of German .trociiieg, which is not considered ad- Isable. The French government has con- erred upon Dr. Ambrose Stanton, son f Thomas Stanton; for many years a lerchant of Kendal :Clark 'township, the henor of. 1'Ordre Royal du Menlte Canibodge. Thia order is in recognition of his to sci-: ence in connection with his research work in Burmah. Dr. Stanton has! also been elected vice-president of the East India'Medical f Association, j Among the members of the Alpine club of Canada who hare joined the colors are: L. S. Geoffrey Haggen, Dr. F. C. Bell, the! Rev. A.- M. Gordon, Dr. Longstaff, Cap- tain Longstaffi Geoffrey E. Howard, H Mitchell. Dr. J. A. Gunn, Dr. H. and Mrs.-Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. S. Jonas, J. C Eaton, j; G. HcDougall, R'. What Kind Do You Use? Cream of Tartar, the chief ingredient of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is a product of ripe grapes. It is pure and healthful beyond question. Alum is the chief Ingredient of many of the sub- stitutes offered in place of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Alum is a mineral acid, declared by physi- cians and chemists to have an injurious effect when used in the preparation of food. No baking powders containing alum are permitted to be sold in England, France or Germany. To avoid alum and be sure of wholesome, home-baked food, read the label carefully and use only Made from Cream of Tartar tilt) KOYAL FtfRSE ARTILLERY IN A SILK HAT AJdritt. W. Wedgwood, H Watts W. W. E. W. Bickle, Lieut. T. O. Wheeler and..W, 31. PearcD ONE OF FIRST CANADIAN. OFFI. CERS KILLED IN 'ACTION A man in the Royal Horso Artillery on-losing his hat, 'searched a nearby chateau, but could only find a silk hat. He donned the hat and returned to his ibattery just in time to flnd orders tor the battery to move to tbi front. He mounted and on passing a companion said''Morning, my Lord; Goin' to 'unt this ALLAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS. PROPOSED SAILINGS Special Christinas Sailings St. John Direct to Liverpool S. S. HESPERIAN DECEMBER Sth S.S. SCANDINAVIAN ......DECEMBER 11th St. John to Liver- St. John to London pool and Havre S.S. Grampian..Dee 25 S.S. Sicilian ..Dec. 31 S.S. Scandinavian Jan 8JS.S, Corinthian Jan. 14 Portland to Glasgow Boston to Glasgow Calling Halifax Westbound Calling Halifax Westbound 8.8. Pomeranian Dec. 10 S.S.Sardinian.......___Dec. 24 Di.il i i v.1 DeCl 31 S.8. Pomeranian.........Jan. 14 Philadelphia to Glasgow and at Halifax months, on sale to December 31 full information apply to any Railway or ste'amihin Ao.nt W.'B. ALLAN, GENERAL NORTHWESTERN A6ENT, WINNIPEG HOW WAR ,HITS with three months of the war THE NEWSPAPERS !included'the profits Jmve dropped to People who think that newspaper The fact pi ihe matter is that coin money out pE a war should 'read this yar is costing, the newspapers the recent annual' statement of the of Britain, Canada and the United London Times, admittedly one of. the States eno'rhibus .sums! They are greatest newspapers' in the English- spsnding more money to obtain war ipeaking world, Last year the Times .news, and they are losing advertising, made a net profit, of This Nest year most of thorn wK1 show losses instead of Journal. C. Fair, the founder of Halley- bury in New Ontario, is dead. The county of Grey has donated 2000 bays of flour to the Belgian. Re- lief Fund. Late Lieut. MacKenzie, educated at Upper Canada College and-a graduate of the Royal Military College, whose name is included: in the casualties of he Royal -Scots Fusiliers., regiment, n the fighting recently in France, A personal message, from .the Jrivato Secretary informed his. par- ents in Toronto of their son's deatli. How to be Sure Shopkeepers and merchants throughout the Do- minion are giving magnificent support to the "Made in Canada" movement. Occasionally a shopkeeper, through lack of accurate information, may express the opinion that a certain class of article is not made in Canada, of is made only of an inferior grade. _ If you are conscientiously trying to give "Made in Canada" goods first call in all your purchases, .do not be content to relax your efforts just because you happen to receive this answer. The shopkeeper may be perfectly sincere in his opinion, but there arc other people are more likely to have full and accurate information. Why not write direct to the Canadian Manufacturers Association, Montreal, Toronto or Winnipeg? .They have agreed to constitute themselves a general information bureau for the assistance of those who are trying to live up: to the "Made in Canada" idea, and a line to them will always bring you prompt and reliable information, as to how and where to obtain the article you desire most conveniently and most quickly. -If it is not made in Canada they will frankly tell you so. "Canada First" is Everyone's Duty JO.i ;