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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1911 THE MSJTn DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEtf BAKING POWDER London, Dec. the call to aims WM sounded on the outbreak of tho response from Scotland was luiignincBUt, mid'today it is tlie Scots- mill's boast tha tin proportion to its elz'e anil population, his country has contributed lo the firmed forces oi the Crown a! greater, number than any oilier section of the United Kingdom. Krom John o' Groats to tho Cock of Scotland, from the outermost Hebri- des or. !he west to the .Norih Sea on the.iBiiat'there came a steady flow of y'cfniE fslanders the various de- r-bto.' tho Highlands and Islands tlmVtho moat Striking results of this widespread patriotism are apparent. tlic old days of the clau hat- ties, -vlien every x'iansniau considered himself in honor hound to follow his chief to the the Highlands been'-so denailed'of their male youth. I ft tlie shepherd's shilling and the fish- ah the cotter dra'wti from'his- hard struggle, intractable .soil; .the farm-servant has I eft' the v.ough to serve a gun. and -boaters .and gamekeepers havo.cxduiuged the fowling-pieca aadireel motion-'picture .which will be o.f- ihe.'sporting gun for a service rifle, fered at Starland theatre on Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT Corporal'Sprained Ankle Corporal'Thompson division was thrown from his horse while'on.the.r'da on Thursday, and suffered' mi ankle sprain. Joins, Gas Co.'s Staff J. Ji. Hipley, formerly plan L lu- j speqlur of tlio Alberta Government j Telephones, 'Stationed at Nariton, has engaged with the Canadian Western) Natural 'Gas; Heat, Light and Power! Co., and ia connected, with the Leth-1 bridge office of that company. Battery Boy "Presented With Pipes A handsome caee of pipes and i tobacco pouch were presented to Jas. 1 Proctor of the" city hall staff, by the members of the various departments. Mayor Hardle' made the presentation. .Mr. Proctor.lms joined the Alberta ar- tillery, aliens with the battery here training front. Entertainment at White School The 'entertainment given at the Whits SchoolhoiiBe'last night, was a every way. "The Village a 'sketch, was ren- dered every partici- pant taking, his or her part to perfecr tlon. Mrs.- Sydney. Johnson, Mrs. Judcl and Mrs, Dudord rendered musi- cal selections, and Miss Simm.-of 'gave' two splendid read- s, were, much appreciated, The entertainment was held under the iiucpices of.: the Ladies' Aid, and a "arge. attendance Sunday; Patriotic Concert at Starland I To Contest Bow River "Riding Election OUR CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Have Miss FRANCIS BRANDT Leading Lady in "The Bonnie Briar "What Happened to Jones" at the Majestic, December 7, 8 and; 9 Following are results of league foot- ball games played this afternoon on the grounds of the first riaiiied club: First Division remntLd much of is not a town or village in the nurpi of Scotland which has not con-. Its cjuota of many n Highland clachan is proud of the that it has aon forward every siilabodicd man. From a small -Absr- deenshfrp i few daja of i he -U'lrst every eligible young with one exception, had .joined a ha joined. Every-bno who met him saluted him witli .tlie.ciusry, "Hullo. .Tohn, are ye no aiva' Me could not stand thu Implied reproach in. this constant navy also is being largely fiom the north coast and Ihe strength of Afr Churcli ill L ival brigade his "-sen drift n from -'LhOr ranks of tbe sturdy fisher- ni t on the "Mciaw Firth In? xhe islands the same is to'd lu manv cf the smaller islands o? tilth J3e.br Ides scarcely a young man can now je Tound have gone and .only -women and children, assist- ed by. .old men, are left to. OD the jvork'.ai" the croft or as best tiip can Nor do the> complain are jjrou-! of their men Lochiel newlj rdfcrultPd Camarons are largqliYjcomposed of these men, has rcmrnendfu the care oi their depend pnts to tne county autnonties cliarg irig therii to see that th'ese women and 'Indren do npt buffer undulj while tbeli menfolk HP fighting But although thoiHIghlands and- Is- lands done theli dutj- so con spicuousb it must not be assumed that the lowlands 01 the cities have not done equal The onlj dif is that while fie Highlands are practicalK drained the cities and fhe btill have large reserves to fall back upon -The spirit that an! mates classes' in th'e south of Scot- land -isHnilkated by the fact that .at least tw o clergymen one in Bdln and .the, other in joiner1 as combatantb The Glasgp.w Corporation Tramway oi irloi ees after contributing fully 700 of their number to the Territorials raised an entire Glas- -nv. Tramways battalion and shortly after the outbreak; of the war the 'en- tire stafi of a small bakpry in Glas dow enlisted. Scotsmen are confident that their layers are responding'to "the appeal. H Long aged 32, died on his arm south east of Bow Ibjaud The departm-'ftt of militia wril buy 1000 horses for the second contingent THE BRITISH RANGE GUN were tabled. Practically ai! theses tlmates will toe in the hands of th go io tl G .cm zena tfonimitteeTfo be appointed M tbe council wheiPthe Question or sal arj reductions will dea-1 with. -Mayor Hardie -stated, this morning- that the banking arrange uleiits' had been: {dado .for the condition tftat-.xthe commission remained in force. "I we-are to finance'this said -the mayor to The Is busy on a plan now which he -calculates .will take cjire of delinquencies in taxes, al ijjough the matter is a very serious one. and distraint -proceedings i jet be instituted faxes are not pait before the end the TUe'police estimates show the gen era! trend of the economy policy is lobe theVatchword through It ;is based- on the 'present strength of tne lorce namelj II men all. told, and does'not include "relief work The total estimate is less the estimated credits of mak- a total net appropriation of The 1914 estimate was while something of. this liaslbeen 'saved. The 1915 estimate is approximately 000 than the actual txpendlture, and the es timate has not yet been pared by the council nor the citizen's committee. The estimate for the children s "He tervthis year was less the cre- making a net expenditure of fS-'iUO la estimated co'ai v ill be ?2 "70 a s ivmg p? 51200. At the meeting of the plpice.com- mission the salanea of the police men who are hired on a' graduated scale of wages ordered to re the same as. at present, and in addition to their contributions to tlie patrio- tic; and relief fund, will nil forego their increases Constable was 'promoted to of second.class constable the usual in ROBINSON IS LEADER Liberals of New Brunswick .Make Him Their Choice Fredericton, N. a con- ference of nrominent Lifterais in which; all uarts of New Brunswick were Swell represented here today Hon. C. W. Robinson, ex-Premier of the province, tiie lend- er of the party in tha next elecHon Hon. Jfr. Robinson accepted in an op- timistic speech. Thf quick flrer, the weapon tarried aboard thd Monitors Yhich liaic done coosido.ablc dam ih Aliellini; German positions from gun ran fire aimed fihotg a minute and dig ige> a 100 pound nrojtclilo wltli fort, it range, sufflclom to plerco two fcot of iron MARTIN FOR IMPERIAL HOUSE C., Dec. Hem Toaeph JIartin, M- P., for East 3t "London, tonight' at a Liberal meeting in-South' Vancouver, he -would be again a candidate at the nen genera! election in the Old Country for {lie tonstltu i v afr Martin mentlftptd that his lenls 1 ad rltliii him tusi were not In a to-, secure n siicresaor foi hirn and- to stand uyain foi that dtairu.4 He his con'itit leutf v, re -vill' I Inw tn rolirun nlm his 1ft. Itarj duties until elettion statement, .ahowihg that like had been-paid i" prizes, tion of delegates to attend the con- ind thai in spite of the bad year the vention on Dec 8 next heW thib -._ wnt.n the following delegates Mavor being ii Basaano. Born in 1888 at Frederlcton, New Brunswick, Mr Mavor was educated at the public schools there, graduating to the New Brunswick university, where he studied for three years, af- t cm aids going to Dalhousic er be placed on the" Art arid Domestic de- in Macleod was also riientionod at tlio ineeLing, and after Borne discus- sion -it "was decided to leave the mat- 'tar in the hands of the executive coni- mittee1 of tlie association. The election .of officers for the en suing' yea? resulted as follows: Pre- sident. F. S. Lefflhgwell, first vice-president, C, Egan; second vice- president, B. directors, F. g at he r-cbhea Smtth L Peterson, W L Ian degree He was admitted to th bar age, and practiced for some time in his natiie town Coming west In 1931 he was! admitted to the Alberta bar and has sinpa practicpfl in this province with considerable success S. G. Barrows. Cliris 0. L Steyenaon ZJ. M JPres Yates, F Mosedale jr, R W FIGHTING STRENGTH It would be difficult'to find a bunch of men more .representative of the various' branches .of agricultural act- -represehtaiive of the lagilcuitural district of which tb Es.of ficial CRY FOR WAR BUT WON'T MAKE SACRIFICE (Lloyd George 4u.7a Recent Speech) "But those who anurove of the wai and think that it ia others to' make 'rall t-ho necessary sacrifico lo. bring.-it to. .a those msn I must CIAVQ leavo to des- pise. They'are not the sons we are proud The parents! sent such a standard of dutj Dec. total male population of England and Wales available for military'purposes is esti- mated at in the annual re- port of the -Registrar-General of births, deaths anil marriages. The registrarar's compilation gives the following figures Age 20-24. 25-29. 10-34 :o-30. Number 1 26U32 SONS OF EMPIRE see Children of one mighty Empire, us scattered far and wide; Gather round 'the dear old country, march to battle side by side. From 'Canada's snowy- forests; from the Western .Isles afar, From the distant Southern countries, Britain's sons pour forth to war quite nloly that a leature I children, the leaaou of duty shiflwd. .f the lair next jOar will be district ?re .traitor? to--tue most sacred OS exhibits, which promise to be a popu- lar feature. DISPATCH DOG MENTIONED IN BRITISH OF HONOR Animal Which Fell on Field of Battle While Carrying Mettage Is Given Honor :red trusts traitors tc the traitors to their children Dunkirk, France regimental dispatch dbg- of the f tytliird rranch Jnfanirj, has been all are one aaj creeds and races in heart and will All are rallying round the grand old rlag'we love and honor still Peace and order, Faith and Freedom flourish 'neath its kindly sway, UI our fathers fought and died for ali we battle for today. Shall the smoke cities, shall the hloo'd of women slain. Shalt tlie cry of .helpless chiidren plead with British hearts in No, our Empire's for the free and from its farthest bounds, we. come n righteous anger, to avenge each chattered Belgian home Strike for honor, Strike for friend ship, in this stern jet glorious hour IVlwn the legiqfls of tbe tyrant on tiie dark horizon lovei, While th6 battle thunder echoes land and sea Side fty side with gallant Frenchmen we press on to [n the m'ghiy in ah of battle, in the hottest of the fray, rt here tlie blood of Jailing comrades dims the of the day There the Nation's Jieart follow, beating high with hopes and fears This the tribute of the EJmptre, and Honor, Prayers and Tears Shoulders to shoulders, boys, Fight for HbErtv, English, Irish, Welsh and Scotch And lads bcvottd the sea V coffiraUj of Nations, yet Untied all