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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TH E L E T H B P10G K HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914 Ifoeuatfc Dally, delivered; per .-year Dully. br matt. -per ytiar.. by jet .year... S.OO 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Otflco Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan --ohn Torrancs llatfaglnB Director Business Manage: 1252 BUCHANAN'S REDSEAt "YOUR Whisky" Msllow Scotch-Never Bettered THE WAR SITUATION TODAY A'lieavy veil, due to a strict censor- ship, obscures all- operations la the I lighting areas, signifying tiiat import- j ant developments are under way. This particularly applies to. the eastern zone ot conflict where the tattle of the; campaign is fouglit in northeru Poland with a severity which betok-j ens-Hie gravity of the issue on which the combat hangs. Details of the fighting which has heen in progress in this quarter, up to date show tliat while the enemy's posi- tion was temporarily a very precarious pn'e, that of .the Russian forces was equally hazardous. The town of Lodz was closely invested on three sides by the enemy, and what' appear- ed i grave situation was turned into an eiiually grave one for the Germans who were outflanked. Here again the enemy in his turn saved himself. Evi- dently with heavy losses on either side the battle is being rvfought with the result sti.'l in -the balance. Tile Allies 5n France and Belgium are awaiting liie'oliportimily to strtte j directly z weakness shows in the opposing forces causal by Ihe; of for saving.- it ihie the situation is the to-the 1 __ poss east. present the ilJslrici of the Yattr. trhlch has been recently the cockpit of ili.e campaign, is held in hand liy j tlie Allies, the grraniiag liao to the Channei ports being practically impregnable. D, 0. ROBL1N, TORONTO'; Sole P 'IGKED UP IN, ASSING FOK THE BUSY MAN astro Jof- New 'Brunswick's good THE NEW WILD. LANDS TAX- Meeting 'arguments oScreti agamst tlie H Id Laad Tat hian plan to the Vlberta Legl laturc rose Canadian 'that: t i There have been any ne- Se sitA for the 6E Uiil Si. pre en> liad it not been foi the loss of causeO bv the r and the eeneral co'Iapsc of "uecularne enter ffe Tie Ottawa lament met now. enhsting.pr d ffcultv a heaw tax i''bn anfl other are out after for the motor smbulance. It's a long way td go to but the ladles are be- hind the ,-movement, that settles The be raised. Remember the Belgians. They have Christmas dinners, I are many calls on the purse these davsf don t forget the who the Ger icner will fee crushed and- that .be .tlie.Traw ..'bifterent governments -have adopted SlSerent methods.' The Aiherta.gov- adopted a method that would ;not bear neon the poor, the laboring 1felasces nor the pioneer who sre building up our province If oar .pccasiona1 citizen s calkd upon it fpay is.pije.who -can afford to'pa] ipnd one_who should not hesitate to the extra burden which the wa made it imperative, iniist fig borni -jby someone. I When the is under lood wil te found that no resident a cent -The -whole burden can be .thrown upon the absentee speculator This -never. (Beep BiBered as of am pariicu ar 10 the province li t'ie tax results in the into the hamli those- who work It a-.splendid re suit will have "bcca aUuiapS who lives on the land Is etempt up to 6 3 a re cultivates" or not. Simple on tie land up to T'O acres and ,ihe land may OP in one parcel 01 in seteral parcels as it is all Tfitlhn a nine mila_radius__ inj land ovne- whether he 11 es on the laad jot-uaj, _nilL be es enpt on all the land "he o vns to long aa.one quarter of tUeManti-'is cultivat- es It iv-nbt nect'ssarr that of c eh induirfdal of land sha 1 ne cultivated hut the tofal within as area or nine mifc belt A own four se tmns -vithin a ntss mile fit If all Q? one section is- onderjtuirhalion all four sections trf caltle or or o" tilree ijhefip to each ten acres ill bp arfcefiiSJL lisa o' cUti si on the be owned bv the pro flf the lanil If truth the Xlberta lands found to b nbthing in h fair objection cin be tak is -a statpsmanhke solution of lergenl Pituatlou it w ibout ahd the pMvisrons of the new tai ftnd the warrant for its adop tlon be- desired soon to- enlist, that Jsrfll do it end. take three years he Temple a partner in the firm of J. P. Morgan company and one of the two-board members.of the firm, is dead. The British Red Cross has appro- priated for fighting., the epi- demic of typhoid' fever 4n the Belgian army. It is generally-understood that when the Ontario Legislature meets liquor license legislation shortening the hours of sale and. possibly increasing the license fees-will come, up for con- sideration as war measures. Word was received at Woodstock, Out, from the, British war office that Private James Williams, of the Gren- adier Guards, had ;oeen killed in ac- tion. He leaves a widow at Wood- I stock. Walter Schuster, a grain broker, with the grain exchange firm of Simpson, Hepworth Co., Winnipeg, was arrested, by a file of soldiers, owing to his. uttering frequently strong pro-German expressions. His home was searched by soldiers. John A. McMinnon, former manager of the Hamilton'east end branch of Union Bank, was 'sentenced to three years' imprisonment in'. King- ston penitentiary by Judge Monk, on The. million -dollar .myBtory, at pres- ent is: Where is Von Kluck? Throe froiii today ami we'll bo ciiting it ,.foot-warmers for school trustees Onc good deservesfaaothe: and author. l J Hizzoner doesn't appear to. have- ione a very gob'd job on-his evangel- izfition trip the capital city. But those Eskimos never, had straight comniisaiou government and lon't know the fun it is. am Wlll-I-arh the: first, 1 am, WHM-am tht first-1 played football with.Belgium-next1 door, She's--beeu football seven-times, be-. fore, But this time it is n ovei-Biediemted dentifrice. Its delicloili flavor l> obtllned urtthcjl the use of supr, {iueoM. ioney or liccharto. It li nfa dentifrice. COLGATE CO. ISTABLUHtD 1JM Drummoril1 W.0. E SheM, Imel, How It Its ifreeable ti le Is a It the jood habit of its Ifte Children, to iJiom a regular lootli-bruEh hablMformed In Hfe) It lmport.nl are not yllltar but eaf to use It jt li t delicious oentlfrlce How to Ask for It There Is only one Ribbcn Dental Cream, "Ribbon' is our Roistered Trade Mirk ari li therefore worth remembering It but te ask fofCoIjale ,RIBBON Deattl Crew Our reputation gained during more lhan a century.rls back of Ribbon Dental Crsam as i guarantee of quality oiitt mail us co-jixii ffi of Co NAUE____ ii the Empire liy-n n u balwed dig K of X need appointment in a love affair led, to th OF CANADA A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canndaln the names of two persons, Isjhat-if one dies the family funds Are not'tied up vhen they kre likely to be most needed The .survivor can .withdraw-the money without delay or fbmk'it open a Jbint'Account I 3RASS.Y. LAKE BRANCH .UETHBRiDGE BRANCH S. KING, feting Manage G. R TINNING. Mamgtr I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, REST, These are tile days that make tin nile at the man is making b despera'e at ttck all _the trenches bu aje holding strong high !r i. Truly this day tioon He' seem toy attention -to tlie Lords Art' Premier Flemming Jsew Bruns BWsk has reefgned lint nol bcforn it MONEY ORDERS Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient And inexpensive method of remitting small sums of motley. These Orders, pajable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in tne Yukon Territory) and m tic principal cities of United SUtM, ate iitaed at the following rates and under 3 Over Sand not i H 3) II RfeMlTTANCES ABROAD ihontdlKBiai! by mtitisof our SPECIAL FOREIGN URAITSuri ItONB? ORDERS, IswcJu-iUioututUjitrtiSOoabletitci. 921 Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. THEROYALBANKOFCANADA INCOKKIIkTCD Capital Paid Up Reserve Funds OM .CS DEPARTMENT Accounu m.y 'n IHMNCH j. M. AITKCN. H...... _ olden wiien gather together tilce a moSth muiness ot-a cor porution, tulnk thsfr Jilglily.leathered cooiniiSBioners arejldaling oa the Now the. col; would .remedy .fills oversight. The .oommish hard on the publicity stuff, Hjztqner (ears off a spasm occasionally to start tongues doesn't get the ginger into it he did when he jvas presiding over tHf aldermanic touncil, and the ;peepul donrt- .think ,theyTe> getttag. wbrtii Give sofap1 In 'a 'o' instance, Just uhen this talk'6f-ecohoiny1IiB red the ctimralsaioherff'Trere meet-at some1 nne-morning and anreel JCrspsstiEaver Wlity of dispensing -'-with -the dog catcher: Commissioner Reid presents thev Thai, in yicw of tne press ing heed to economize Li all depart nerts, the services of Mr Gogetem je dispensed with." Hizzoner opens "Whatmell do you mean by butting nto m> department' Mr. Gosetem was appointed b} mp he Is .he finance department, which is me, le voted lor me, and he us position he fllls with great or my resignation, shall allied immedltteiy Put tnat in. your pipe and smoke it, and after this keep ro'ur'npse tfut of my Cbmmlsh rise to a point of >rder 1 don t care if Gogetem is a rlend of yours, that's the more reason he should be fired, you big tiff. What do you_ know ibputl dog- Catchers anyway' 1m running the treet railway, and-I ein (kill the logs in the doggonea town ID week t's a wilful waste of miner, and if you don't call off the dog-catcher PDQ I'll eel the recall on roil Thai's worse than any dog-catcher. Do you ather not ie called big lift by you or any other lioob like yon And your darned oU street railway can't ran fast enough to kill dog on a bet The only thine it can is to run behind Commish road oil i troubled come, entlemen, don't quarrel over Goget m He's getting old and Is liable to rop off any ijay Then well-be rlS him, and a darn good Job it will e for all of us 'S'at You agin me oo? Everybody's agin the itizens' committee's agin ma. But hat doesn't excuse Reid {here lor ailing me a big stiff and butting inti} business" nevef called jrou big nog" a liar, ye did It's- n the minutes." Commiah You're a liar, I'm ot a liar, but 1 m looking straight at ne." datsent- sty" that utside" Csmmish gen emen, don't be obnoxious If the ear peepul heard yon -quarrel like" hat theyd raise >our silarles e could never afford W pay' them itholit hocking our street railway or e North Lethbndgo water >ower Hizronef and the boss of the street were squaring away like a air of game roosters by that time lit at the mention of a jnltry boom P, to lay-the otion on the table until the pulse the peepul could be felt; They are still feeling the pulse and ogetem M still on the Job, though e Lord only knows there's Jusl us any dogs-as ever. i Meantime the reporter -was sweat- g blood trying to get It all down news editor grabbed It like ho< kcs when Mid reporter turned II it the office, and the story was e sensation of the day. And at the next meeting ot North Abridge Ratepayers, Jim Sarcl.y pounded on the line lot of cemmls- Mttlerg we have find Tht AwtieteJ Bwrd the Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. for Lrfil ExiBllutlMU It MIsM lUIUJMlr UK jlij. 191C to the Fusils sf all 6f MMM '.Ttie. Annual in Pratt ical Hviicand ThSorr will te Jield throughout Canada in Ma; and June, 1915 Antxamn albn m Theory only will held November nth 1514, Application to made by October IW I9M An eihibitioft Talue about 'fgM. Offered annual] tjso a Gold and 3 silver Medali. B. KUPIfi 77? Sfcrt (InHeit Kcrttary I .thf.lr pupils tor these '.examinations ihould rIOj the Secretary it orce and 'it. t KING ALBERT DIGS Democratic and Brave Sovereign: Helps Out Wearied Soldiers The Dec. the dirtj weather, Ring Albert spent all day making: the roundg pf by a dozen, high officials. At one place, he came upon a trench where.tbe sol- diers aside their-' spad.es and were warming their hands. "A; .pfetty, eaid the; democratic :kirigv soldiers, recognizing: their BOY: ereign, were. embarrassed, but the up who were following at some oistaiace, and said; "I suggest that we relieve these fel- lows "and dig while they get a chance to warm hp a bit i So the whole party set