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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOTJR THE LETUBPIDGE DAItY MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914 Xetbbvibije Ifoei-alo c, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year..... by mail, pur WeeWr. by J4.00 s.bo 1.00 TELEPHONES Business' Office............... Editorial Offlco "-1 W. A. Buchanan Jolm Torrsnce MaDOElaE Director Business Manager AFTER FOUR MONTHS OF WAR With Tuesday H'ginp tho nineteenth of llio The u-ar has >bccn in progress for over four months IICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOtt THE 15USY Edmonton's delinquent U.UJHK W Kred C. Robertson, inspector of C. P. K. telegraphs for Ontario, died at Port Hope. Dr, Henry McWhlnney. a widely known Xew York stato veterinary Major Heath, customs officer tit Brauifoni tor years, is dead, HP succeak'd by W. A. Kobinson. Sarcifs? MaivlJo and Walenty Pa- thily. two .miaors. were killed by a" eave-m ai the Uaukheart uilno. Harry Hughes, hardware merchant of Lavoy, Alta., formerly of Perth, WHIiiili SOME OF THE HEAVIEST FlfiHTHfG THE WAR TOOK PLACE or just ono days his Uirn' main of Pi ports saw. The invaders anil twenty-six The enemy has BO far failed iu objocia. tho investing .rip. me Hiking of the Channel Prance, snd tho siege of War- have nor only been 0. B. Coriloii. of Mouireiil. ox-presi- dent of the OamuMan Manuiacturera' Association, po to the front as a captain in the Army Service Corps. Nellie Km cm Oliver, of Nelson, has been granted an absolute tieert'e of! tilvorco from her husband, Samuel Kdwin Oliver, with custody of the three children. The Kootenay Centra! railway, driven but are ic turn in'ftiied j which cyniii'fis tho Crow's NtM Pass; in nod in the tho northeastern branch of the C. H. wiih the main! nf Ullt-1 at B. C.. will be openu-1 frontier ot tno Pounce OL East PniB beglnsing tho of the momh Bid, Their latest repulse has in the neigh bo rliood of Bethime. in nor- thern France, at the termination oZ the arc which has its further point at Tpres in Bolsium. which forme tho impregnable cordon tiio Allies defending the passa. Calsis. After eighteen weeks of to Dunkirk and fighting, aiid starting with the important ad- vantage of being fully prepared and the first to strike, the enemy has achieved nothing tangible. He has not only -been worsted in his initial endeavor, but has exhausted himself in his efforts with enormous losses to his first line forces, the flower of his army. His fleet is still bottled up in j the Kiel canal: his colonies have i practically all been taken from him; i his commerce has -been crippled, if not entirely destroyed, for of his mc-r- 1 cantile marine only ten at the pres- eht time are at large on the high seas. IE .northern Poland the enemy is now fighting a death struggle. But meanwhile another menace stares him in the face with the fall Cr cow imminent, mahing room for Russian army to take the road into Si- lesia. Added to this he is harassed with the outlook of an offensive bj the Allies in Belgium and France who are waiting for the opportune taoment to strike, and to strike home and-vriH-give a short line to tho coast from Crow's Vest points. Mrs. Thomas Hamilton, of High River, received the sad intelligence oi the death of her son Arthur, at Grand Prairie, Alta., on Friday last. From the meagre reports to ft and it would seem that he was burned to death in his livery stable which was destroyed by tire on that clay. Donald Clark, father of Hugh Clark, M.P..' passed away at Kincardine, Ont. at the age of 93.' The late Mr. Clark was bora in Argyllshire, Scotland in coining to Canada when he was' about 20 -years of age. He- first set- tled in- Ontario county, where he fanned, and. taught, school until he] First pliulo of the Hooded ciuial at Vpres on the .bunks of whii-li'tin. Allied and the Gunmins fought fur weeks. Correspondent a describe the canal a stream of blood and one account of a battle stated that tho Germans crossed the canal on the bodies of their fellow soldiers. Grassy Lake Farmers Want Government to Supply Seed Wheat for Spring-plowed Land Child Contracts Foot and Mouth Disease first human case the foot and mouth disease in of of the dairymen who sell milk to the the Lake Dee. the settlers, and there was a limit to ippeal voiced at the farmers' meeting Seed wheat would be provided for a present epidemic among cattle is be- lieved to have been found yesterday in Jolict. Violet Maxwell, the 5 year old daughter of a re- siding at G03 Collins street, Joliet, j developed cankers in the mouth last it. went to Kincardine years ago. j in town Is granted by the Dominion Cnns. Clark, the .High Hirer Times j government, the acreage under wheat !s al3o n son. j next year i will be possible be double what Maxwells' milkman. "If-this is a real case the foot and mouth disease it is the first hu- man-case which-has come to_my said- chief of the S. E. Bennett, tu ol animal indu try at Chicago. It is the first case the present epidemic. I think, that it'will be found to be dti th'oug] triire 'ougn, occu MiieeiL >vuuiu uc PIUHUSM reasonable acreage o( laud prepared The child's parents at first thought for crop this tall, but only oats, bar-j she was suffering from cold or aais-l Irvin S. Cobb succeeded in getting an interview with Kitchener, He himself admits that his success in the venture where hundreds of other men failed, was 'because the silent leader thought he might learn some- thing of the German army from Cobb, who had recently spent some m-eeks en the German firing .line. That was the passport that succeed- ed where others failed. Earl Kitch. ener overlooks nothing that will help along the Allied cause. Only 18 more days till Christmas. .Time to do yotir shopping. i'.-.. Will it be "Christmas as Hardly, but we'in Canada may be that we are part of the Bri- tish Empire. We.iiare not peace- oh Dearth, but'tfaanke to the unity and strength of the Empire, no port of its vast territory is invaded. Can- ada shares' in tliat honor, and though we seem far removed .from the con- flict We should try to make it "Christmas'-as usual" in and one way to do it-is by seeing to it that the Christmas -spirit enters every home. J _ ley and flax seed would be furnished _____ for land prepared In the spring. Seed If it is refused. There could be obtained for leased land .vhere the owner would share the lm- were is no doubt, the iarmers want ana j havp bean expecting to get-seod wheat; they can prepare for crsp pi-ing as welt as tor all they were Mnf The announcement that it was not 'the intention of. the government to tion was made by several In the audi- nsHn ence that Id. this district serins plow. a Und In Mia niof trivfSJl hpffPr TB- .0 ordered condition- of the stomach. would Sunday, however, the girl developed i -an-fl a high temperature, and her condi- usually, if a'co> is infected so had- tion yesterday was such that the j jy that the disease reached the iiddors something ..else later, "For. the milk to become contamin- cvcn if: the cow is infected, the e to be present in this is very rare. ALMOST FAINTED IN STREET In Dally Fear Of "FrultitivBs" Brought Raliaf. CHATHAM, ONT., April 310. 1913. "Sonic two-years ago, I was a great sufferer from 111 digestion. One diy my eye caught a billboard of "Kruit- a-tivcs" and I said to myself "if Kruit-a-tu'es will build me up like that, it Is good enough.for. I bought some. these tablets for only three Tecka, I found wonderfully improved. lu.a shot t .time cured myself entirely. My cue was no ouel'citlier; Gas Would often form iti my ctotiiach and I in diuly fear that it' would get around iny heart and kill me. is the only remedy for C. T. HILL. 500. ft box, 6 for 50, trinl size 250. At ftll dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-lives .Limited, Ottawa, family physician, Dr. E. J. Lennqn called in Health Commissioner Hig- gins. Both decided from the symp- toms that she was suffering with the foot and mouth disease. .THOUGHT TRANSMITTED IN MILK State Veterinarian O. E. Dyson e jy t j ihc it do annual, has such a high fever oesn't give any milk. that SOLDIER FIRST, THEN MISSIONARY -German fried to blow up the British gunboat Dwarf with was notified and the Maxwell resi-jau infernal .machine in a West Afri- 'dence was placed under quarantine by! can harbor .recently, according to a ing had In the past given better re- Grassy RUSSIAN GRAND DUKE DMITRI Severely wounded in the fighting in Poland recently. The meeting was arranged by the j resolutioil which -was-moved by Grassy Lake Hoard or Trade to find R and secondly Er- i out Jfl5t rvhat the farmers expected in re_t Boiinke' was Irlplred" to to ?J. -rhat this meeting of terrner, pe- iThem. Mr. Ball said thai would i tuion the Dominion Bovernnrat to 'make no promises Uat he might not .1 f" seed wneat for spring plcmed ue able to'fulfill, ;but he would use all as, m our opmion ;and ng bis influence and endeavors to experience -wring plow ng for the farmers anything within rea-1 sieves more -sansfactprj _givng a son in the wav of assistance trom the '-arger yeld and kaepng- the Dominion government. He judged than does fall lowns...... that thev wanted inore tham the gov-1 "That tie gorerqpiant. make ar- arranged to givo rsagerasius to-sopply ;scei-to.'i-rea- jand he presumed the object of thelsonable extent, for leased land where i meeting was to what lur-1 farmers can handle a ......than they own. "And that Mr. W. S. Ball be reauest- ed to bring these the at- tention of the Dominion' government ana iise His good liaye' our requests compiled ther assistance was desired and what steps to take to secure it. Mr. Boyd explained that the government did not encourage the putting in of .a large acreage at their expense. gov- ernment was giving relief to needy TURK CRUISER GOEBEN DAMAG ED BY THE RUSSIANS That Uncle Sara might expect to be the target-'fdr "a Gerirjan attack, should the Kaiser win in this war, is shown by the "writings of Captain yon EdelEheim of the Staff in a "Opera-: tionen Ueber in which he out- lines a plan of German invasion of United States. In this be "It should be pointed out that Ger- many is the only great is "capable of .battling with the I'nited i Stales single- handed.-. England" is I strong enough to win-on the' but I she could not protect Canada; where i the AraerJiiaus.-.would seclt comiiensa-1 .tion for their losses afloat: Of the i .other great .powers not one oF them! a fleet of transports -ed for such all oyfirSS-A canipalgn: 'f-stanci alone is our dual strength in! forces of. and.i Mayy: together'With.the. merchant'IleetJ transport erations; against be cbn-.-( those Against'I Brs: poflti-j battle .cruiser acquired .by tiie Turks .reqeBtly froin the (Jerinan.v'was set action by Riissian fire in a recent engagement in the Baltic. afire" fit ,oUt ol KIATG ALBERT- OF BELGIUM AT THE FRONT tiaJutiiij; inn Kt-rtniicnt ul' Kinnoft WH it marched paat iitm In the Square'at" aiui.guajS iu .tlie lighting zony a few. raltai. fumes to IRONIC COURTESY OF. EMDEN'S COMMANDER Captain of British Steamer His Experience With German San Francisco. Cal.; Dec. leas daring and ironic courtesy of Cap- tain ttm MuMer of the German cruiser Euden, lately destroyed by. nn Aus-: traliau warship after one of'the most thrilling curaers recorded in the an-' nnls of the sea, arc illustrated In anec- dotes broiiglit home today by Captnin i Phillips of tho Standard Oil tanker' Wabaaha, which narrowly missed cap-1 ture in the Straits of .Malacca. Tlio Wabaahn i'ilcs the British flag. When seeking prizes the Km don would nsk la English: MHave you seen the German cnilser i would -come the answer, dls- ilosing the proximity oi a merchant- man. j "Thank would be von Mutter's reply. "We'll be alongside directly.! Prepare for the worst.'" i While Captain-Phillips was at Cal-j :utta the was told .on the quays j )f how von Jluller had nearly succeed-1 ed into beguiling the commandant! there Into furnishing hini "with sup- plies. "This is the British, cruiser Hamp-; same a code message from the mouth of the Hoogll river. "Send us coal and provisions." A barge was actually loaded and despatched, Captain Phillips was told, and would have .been delivered but for the arrival of an Italian merchant- man which sighted the "Emden and brought word of von MuHer's pre- ence. "Thank you for your he Hashed back when he learned that his ruse iad been uncovered. "Hope to meet you later. Have the beer ready." W. A. D. Saby has been appointed collector of Inland revenue at Hamil- ton. WHI IE rt sy ScofcfL by all KellabU ;