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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE VOVR THE LETHBBIDGR DAItV HEKAI.n THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, letbbviboc1 Deralbj '.'IctDln-iDge, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION SATES Oilly, delivered per year..... 14.00 Daily, by mall, per year....... a-uo by' mail, per year----- 1-0' TELEPHONES Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan -'otin Torrancs Managing Director fjusiiieas Manase THE WAR SITUATION TODAY Tin- situation iu Russian IMIandj continues in.leSuito. Krom counts it appears ihe- first toll- i matloli of srcat lii.ssiau vic.orv was j line-to appuare.l an inevitable re- tult. tokins: iuio viev.- the position in j which liie Germans by their advance j tad. placed jhc-msclve... llowtfver. ill rioes no; appear that the enemy is; still -oui of tlw wooii." anil all imh-1 ration? I'Oint to the realisation of the lirsi accounts of the u is I evidently not a ease of the Russians bsing defeated, hut of the Germans heing nble to make good their re- treat without a total rout. In" the fighting in Belgium we note that Uecemher is fixed by the] ,-nomy aa the -date, on which he will j set his foot in Calais. Tile experience of Uie campaign, hoivever, shows that lie is no more punctilious in keeniue, his appointments than he is in keep-) inS.his word'. The little programme j lit luncheon in Paris with the Crown he THE FIRING LINE IN EUROPE IS DEPENDING 'ON THE WORK LINE IN CANADA. Prince and General Khick tete-a-tete, for instance, never camp off. valuable to the executive of the at his in the If even-thing th- enemy proposed school of experience and from Jutl- and set out tobrins off had been ac- mate relations'with his fellow tarai- complishcd the war would have been over by now. But the Kaiser, astute aa -he fancies himself, has failed in nvery reckoning, and there is yet in store for him tile realisation mujjiplring of mistakes and m prehensions. larger organisation for IK- has fingers' tips, ideas gathered The school board ruthfullv sav "We candidates can of a scom- P 'ICKEDUPIN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN .'BLAME HIM OR THE DOG And now the Toronto Telegram, which seems-to. be. making a dead set J. Borden Harriman. one of the _ foremost citizens of .Xew York City. Alberta is to raise three more resi- dead. ments of infantry and two more of j capt. ju-Leau and Ensign -Murray of All that js'.needed is" thet Fernie have assniried cpmrpand of Nelson corps of the Salvation Army io succeed Knslen arid Uale, who have been transferred. Donald L. Maclaurin of the S. C. The director of reclamation for "I Hie Major General Earn Hughes, trying to .Maine the minister of mi-, litia on the liberals. Here's way (hey hang_him on the Opposition in-.ii recent .editorial. "The. Hope of Is not Slajor General 3am Hughes recognized as THE HOPE OF THE LIBERAL, PARTY? f-Hence thVfaflure of the Laurier opposition to effectively criticize the: Hughes administration in par- liament: also the still more con- spicuous failure of the Laurier press to resent the Hughes as- tieno'ancy over sir Robert ;Bor- .'politicians believe that if Major General Sam Hughes were dis- placed THE HOPE OF THE LIB- ERAL PARTY would be destroy- ed and the Laurier opposition would forfeit an expectation of advantage from the activity of its best vote-maker. Uncle Sam tells the fanners north of river that irrigation is cheap. He should at SIS an Only iMght days- .more Kaiser to reach" "Calais. Calais or bust" would find the Kaiser pretty oear at the 'bursting: point today. provincial school inspector's staff, has been appointed principal of Victoria's new ?350.000 normal school which will open on Jan. 4. He was formerly principal of the Nelson public, school. Fred former secretary of! the Saskatchewan Grain Growers As-1 sociation, has written to the associa- j tiqn requesting that the money raised to present him with a portrait be handed over to the patriotic, fund. Bishop J. P. Carroll has announced the receipt of a check for j The Reischiag may decide to annex] i Belgium while in session. It is also j reported that when the Canadian par.jfrom james ,L Hill of St. Paul, given i liaraeut is in session next month, a i to the endowment fund of Mount St. j 'bill be passed tb.ttnnex .Mars. Catholic college, Helena, Mon-i tana. j i Sergeant Major Campbell Galbraith, i Watch for a pleasing looking No_ hospital of the: jphlet "Why. Three Dreadnoughts.' It pjrst Canadian contingent writes from i is a sample of nicely printed cam- Salisbury Plain to a friend in Winni- ipaigu literature' which is a warning PeS that every tragedy among the i Canadian troops to date has been caused directly by drink. lofan early general election. let i Australia answer. "Why the Three weeks from Friday is Christ- i All cats in Germany are to be killed to make linings for coats for soldiers. according to information reaching St. mas. early'; Do your Christmas shopping! Louis. Mo., fur dealers through tirade iii'.i it i- hardk- toiPaPers- N Darragh. secretary of And it nardlj to, _ there, cats are a large factor In the normal the Toronto Telegram will have to this "Mliel :be .find another .escuse for a minister otW tile Society, for the Prevention o, fur tradin, 'miJitia it- doesn't like. nest timfc it will blame him on the dog. Useless Among Uie private offers received by the minister of militia for service raise for the lYonI waa one from F- w- Som" DRAVV1NG RURAL AND URBAN '.COMMUNITIES CLOSER TO- V GETHER 7ne newly formed Canadian Rural Ihe outcome of Settlement" conference Jielil at Regina. is destined to bring jVbqut a faezter appreciation of the .re- latipas wfaicli should esist between city snd tbe rural communities-. Conditions nave" impressed upon west- ern cities and to'wns the bold fact that devt-lopment of the future depends en- tire'y..upon the settlement of the land and iht.: aduiHiou uf advanced inetli-] cities must t For'' the fiiiure tiieir; interest' mrfr-i entirely to traildingj tip .Uie country on a sound basis. ner, Moucton, X. who volunteered Fund and the Red Cross? with It would chauffeurs and ,ilie serx'ipes of himself 1'or the a doll Patriotic The Herald believes so. a pleasant thing to be able to sny 'that j transiiort branch, every man and child in Uie city gave j Hon. .1 Allan, minister of defence of Xew Zealand, says that on instruc- tions from the war office that domiii-j.' ion will not send a second ary force to Btirope, but will send re-! inforcemenls representing1 2G of the aud tlien j j ner cent, monthly. i [Ion. Wilfrid Gariopy, mfnidicr of j municipal affairs, announces tliaL 18 new rural municipalities will .be form- eti in the province next month, raak-1 ing a total of 84 altogether. There l are now rural mUnicfnalities frpin.thej "no'rth- "df' die' the .latHsi In, representation of'far'see- thoroughly sound wostcru men'. couM-havc been chosen than the ex- ecutive, committee of the Canadian Rural Advancement u 3 body from Uie citk-s ana towns and the farms. Every man known and sincerely inierr-stsd in tin problems which 1h ,_, to tackle. Take the two I.t-lhbridge as an instance, fj. H 11 ar- noch. president of the Eoard of 'J'radf UQL l and ti.. >S. Dunham, chairman of t ruial commute( iro tli alive to (he need of emo ragement to l'lc'1D the dguculturaliEt Thtj 1 turned j tlie local.Board of Trade into the sane cotirSe 'Of- treating more prominently and seriously the problems of the fairnerj Tho> talh realise the need .of.contentment and prosperity in the rural, sections bfiforc the cities can develop and prosper better men could bceff on the JluraJ League executue 3Jr Ounliam is a practical fanner, nitli a level head, sound ideas. AH chairman of Rural fle- Jaiions .Committee of the local board Una demoted much Io the j cing the taimerb iJg mil liunv'fti...... Major W. T. formerly j Ottawa, who accompanied the tVinm- [J'Cg coniiiigcnt. to.-- boRii appointed to an. important com- mand at Salisbury Plain, Shortly be- fore leaving Winnipeg for active aer-' vice he some incitement by arrestinjj Knox Magea, proprietor of a Winiiijjejr weekly, for haying aliig- jjtd Major General Hughes in his j With the possible exception ot" the THE FIGHT'FOR VERDUN (.Valor tstato, .Tohn G. Wendell. Wlio Germans captured St. Michael JrtiiM in Los Angeles, was reputed to .nd Camp Romane forts Home own more real estate on Broadway, seigt They Vork. tlian any other person. The t fortune, at up-1 FRY'S COCOA maintains the vigor and the bloom of youth because it is the most nourishing food-drink" in the world. Every cup is brimful of buoyant health in concentrated form. Withal, of delicate and enticing flavor, it bespeaks the care and skill that have been taken since 1728 to make FEY'S a cocoa'.of exceeding fineness and purity.' Always ask for FRY'S, Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited Truro, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria THE KAISER CLIPS "WARLIKE .MOUSTACHE German mineR hie party into turmtv. the lost creeled I on of ______T v_________ mtr at The French j wardv 'iiccnietj from'in-1 'ipurfd th UCBI sidf of the town j vestments in New'" York" reaj the at-land it was one. or iiolicieji' The never to toll any' land. Another'of Around j Wendell's oliaractfjristics was that'no jliotfil dr-jtiuiiseinuiit of any kind I was allowed 10 exist'on bis property. j Major Duncan Say re Maelnneis. D. S.O_, whose name appears in a recent jllst of wounded, a KOII of the late Donald Maclnnes of Hamilton, Ojit. gazetted to the Royal Engin- in tgiM. lie served in the Ash- ianti campaign in and was NEWEST COLD ADOS TO VIENNA MISERY I the mumcipalKj Is feeding Food Prices Feeding Thousands Venice-, viii London, Deo. usually hitter. 'Holjl, accompanied bj iuavy snowfi.'.l. Is said to he causing inteiiHc misfiry to the population of Vienna. is made wowe ny the exorbitant prices of food, and 'thousands Owing to the high price of flour ties are with a Boup made from1 potatoes, barley ;and. .black', meals; arily cold ivcavjer is repisrted from tlic'southern battlefield, especially in Bosnia. op. Oiit... county council for patriotic purposes, eiwff. jmentionofl in dispatches and awarded (a star. For blR services in South Af-[ ________________ irtca in.i89H and 1900 he was mention-i Queen's mod a.! 'with two A despatch emanating from Cope'nhafien saya-the Kateer has clipped Uie in IfMT. to onds of his moustache. No longer docs ho wear thy .sptka poinLci] adoru- it. in recent. j THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 9m EDMUNT) WALKER. B.C.I.., R Man.iBft JOHN AIRD, AM't V. BROWN, Superintendent ol Ccatcil BnmtkM staff colleges. witu the spIkfK trimmed. CAPITAL, RESERVE FOHO, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian. .Bank .of Commerce extends to Farmws every facility for the Iransac'lipn of their banking business, indudinj the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank oi charge on application. Lethbridge Branch R, L Brytnner, Mgr ;