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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETMBSIDGE DAILY UBUAT.n TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 19M ttbe Ifoecalb tlUx'tta DAILY AND WEEKLY RATES per H.OO Dilly, by mail, per your...... S.OO SVtciiy, by mall, per year.... 1.00 1252 122-4 Jug. 1 am.entirely thrown out of gear. I linmoUnu's.think.1 shall not llvo to see. the'end of this drciuU'ul "L. Oppcnheim." It wns not a surprise to Hiul the m'Uirolity iu that distinguished Uoa- ton audience swing very positively not 'only against Germany's military, methods and brutality, but also, just its emphatically usainst tho half-truth and half-falsehood me- thods of the German intellectuals whoso whole program has been piov- ed to he tho deceiving of Ihe people anil the newspapers of the -United States. Ambassador Dernstorff is ut- terly and irreparably discredited. If TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W.A.Buchanan John Torranca Managing Director Business Manager reputation of Prot. Munsterberg I is more hopelessly shattered than that I colleague, Prof. Fraucke. it is ionly because he has talked more. Dr. .ur.has proved himseif more THE WAR SITUATION TODAY white nght oi this luost violent description rouuu mailing shambles of the ranks of; undoing both forces -Lodz. arc, i Boston when his half- given to understand, lias fallen Into (truth shown to be falsehood at the hands of the enemy, and the basest. flict has been deflected to the south'ono Germany's Intellectuals of tlio town. Whether the of Lad? can lie counted as a military gain to the enemy ft is difficult to surmise, but the fact re-mains that Uie main offen- sive of the Russians is further south towards Czentochowa, northwest of Cracow, the.campaign being directed towards piercing Silesia with Breslau as an objective. The fierce stand near Lodz on the part of the Russiau army, therefore, has had for its aim the holding of the enemy while the tin advance into Silesia was being de- That is the fate of every j who j have undertaken so blunderingly to I'egiMe American neutrality. "And the person-made it his tost that week, and he said likewise That a lie which is half n truth is ever the blackest ot lios; That a. lie. which is all a lie may be met with and fought ouirigiu. But a lie which is part s. truth is a harder matter to fight." veloped. This may come by way o: Hungary, hence the redoubled efforts to reduce Cracow, aud Uie pushing forward of Russian troops into the plains of the Magyar kingdom. Meanwhile the Allies are stirring themselves on their left and ri wings in France, and the campaign here on the part of the enemy lacks iire, his energies being apparently di- rected to stem the inundation of his territory ,by the Hussion hordes. GERMANY'S DEFENDER GIVEN "HALF-LIE" Seldom is a public man caught ii the very act of deceiving the public as was Germany's Privy Councillor in 'Boston the other night. It was at great meeting of the Boston Ecbn- omic 'Club. The fact that a Privy Councillor in the German 'Ministry of the Interior, a California University Chancellor, and three distinguished Harvard professors Dr. Kuno Franc- 's ke, who is a German, Dr. Leo THener, who is part German and part Russ- ian, and Dr. Bushnell Hart, the Am- erican. historian were announced to fiiscuss the war question, drew to- gether the largest attendance of members in the club's history- One incident is notable as illustrating the "pedantic barbarism1' everywhere and persistently manifested by the most conspicuous spokesmen of Ger- inas points put the Toronto Globe. Dr. Hemrich Albert, the German Privy Councillor has been the official spokesman for Germany on many "occasions in; American journals and before .distinguished 'audiences, spoke in the -laih giiage of scholarship and with the cent, of .authority, lie explained and defended Germany's relation to the of -Belgium. He declared Belgium's -..neutrality. -had been "prac- tically by Britain. Franc? and .Belgium He justified Germany's conduct by appeal to "the law of as ihtarpreted by various authorities on international j law. He put chief emphasis on the name of Dr. L. Oppenheim, Professor of Intel-national Law in Cambridge University, England, whom he describ- ed as in the front rank of the world's scholars. That name' and its acad- emic-standing made an impression on the "neutral" Americans. Immediately, Dr. Dovid Starr Jord- an, himself known the world over as a non-partisan internationalist, and who had already spoken, craved the liberty of endorsing the German Priv Counsellor's esiimate of Prof. Oppen- heira, '-perhaps the very greatest au- thority on international law." and Dr. Jordan's personal friend. "I visited liim in England at thn very jjni these issues were trembling in balance. Germany had not yet i "Ten little candidates" is the way new nursery rhyme starts. School board matters should get a good airing this week. Though "the' Germans are going back slower.thaa they came, they are going back. Even Berlin admits it. Nelson real estate men will assist the Patriotic Fund. It is not that fact so much as the fact that real estate men are still in existence that forces us to refer to the matter. Canadian troops at Salisbury Plain had to move from one camp on ac- tell your Shoeman you want CUSHION RUBBER HEELS Don't ask for just Rubber for "CATS PAW" Cushion Rubber Heels. Have "CAPS -PAW" put on your winter you will walk safely, with a sure footed tread. They cost no mote than the ordinary 50c. attached. 163 WALPOLE RUBBER CO. Limited Montreal LLOYD GEORGE'S SARCASM HITS THE TURKS OF THE EAST -AN a WEST (Lloyd George in a at- (.'ity London, "Hut we have been assailed by an- touitt'ous trca mcnt tho member! i other national uxnoiiriu of tin- of 11'9 uml witnesses has causec (Lo'ml L u-ry favorable comment 111 the town. -Maclcod, Alto., Dec. civil sitting of Ihe Silpromu Court opened this-week, with -Mr. Justice Ives pro- siding, This is his lordship's first visit to Macleod la his official capacity since liis ulovuUou to tho bench, and the local barristers- took the occasion to congratulate iiis lordship ou his up. Iiofutimint. His lordship, whose fath- er has resided in for a nuui- Jcr of years, is extremely well known n .Macleod, and tho very able man- ner in which he has .conducted tho L-asos before him.-combined with Ills, :s id j notice the same clidrjctcristtcs oi the in wliich I ho war was brought {about. Then; is the same for ihe elements and the dewm-ies oi i i defena'li'ss iinvas bomlm'iied i any notice. I 'cannot pretrml 1 tun i sorry. We did our IK-SI to avoid thu [quarrel. No one could have shown CASEMENT INSANE. SAYS CONAN DOYLE Prominent Members of Nationalist Party Repudiate Casement and His Utterances I more patience in the face insolence tti'th I nviitl retail to I land injuries Iliac i you by the hour than Groat Britain did in the face ci the treatment [which was accorded to her by this I miserable, wretched, contemptible London. N'ov. a latter to the Chronicle on Sir Hoser Casement's [visit to Berlin, Sir Arthur Couau Doyle "That he should, in full possession of liis senses, act as a traitor to the country which had employed and Empire ray of the divisional ammunition; park at Dal ford of pneumonia. His next of Spencer Alexander B.- G. German newspapers received at these l "BLOODSTAINED .SANDALS' captain, all I could tell from the might Jiave been German. French :or British, because the peri scopes'did not appear to iiave any distinguishing mark. I understand that the Germans havo been disguising their periscopes "What about the Turk He comes by covering the. top with an A Portable Typewriter Remington Junior As durable as the standard Remington'. Weight less than half the standard model. For the traveler and for the home. clergymen, physicians, students and others wanting a compact, small, reli- able' 'typewriter, will welcome this machine as-solving for them the typewriter problem. Price, with dust-proof cover With leather traveling case 70.00 Other Remington models 122.50 up Write for Catalogue. Remington Typewriter Company Limited. 110 Sixth Avenue West, Calgary, Alta. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUB there, and ttic tread of Jiis .blood-, fish box. Ships pass dozens of stained s.indals scoiclies ami withers boxes in the Channel and the North life and tefilih out ot vbole tern Sea. .and no officer on the bridge Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes H rat FrniwrEB INFOHMATIQS APPI.T TO S2S Lethbridge Branch R, L Brymner, Mgr. every hlade thousands oi squarepjp11es up in 'n'ould alter his course if he say Vh, the box ahead. sight of this Gordon has turned Loun- "Submarines can set icons plains inJ into the compass, and then go do'wn and (PHfl..delph] deserts The people he sub ecled to travel 70 miles under water at ten F. E. Smith, J his rule haie tor centuries been the and then come to the England's pa HE OBEYED ORDERS his victims his euce, and 'us-t irfdolejicc and no.iv he-ei incomi et- that. the- has conic course by Ledger) M.P., one of the latest pblic men to go to tho y where they expect to be. An-1 front, has been telling the story of the other way can travel is to lie on the bottom in daylight and come up UiH UL id-iUiniiS im.i LUiiiL. ,il 7 i H iipon nations t am glatf (Chews) ,and sal1 ou the at n'Sht- "I am glatl the Tur1 to be ca'l cd to a fin-1! tceotnt lor Ins Copenhagen. assert that, -a German.I record of mianij against hunnnit} -British..battleship j In this gigjntic battle between rig SOUTH AFRICA ALSO HAS A BARBARA FRIETCHIE rtl tribute relief- fearlessly and impar- tially. That is his business and not attending Conservative organization meetings and making speeches. If he is :an organizer let him devote his time to the job, but If he is relief supervisor his duty is in serving the people-and not the part} Teddy Roosevelt takes Wil- son and "William Jennings Bryan to fc for the 'XFexican situation In a recent article as a nation in thus plainly: all but fourteen of its crew off Sheer: ness, some 34 miles from ;Lpndon." Captain John Edmund V.- Isaac, a native of is now serv- ing the Hiflc Brigade, has been awarded -the Distinguished-. Service Order for skilfully.guiding'hls unit to a-critical-point on October 24, which resulted of the enemy. Captain Isaac .was wounded at the time when he performed liis feat. The middleman is. to be eliminated as a factor in the purchase of the SOOO cavalry horses required for the Canadian- contingents. The an- and wrong it i meet that the Turks London.-South Africa has a Bar- shou d march into action shoulder to bara Frietchie. She ia Mrs. Pienaar, shoulder wiun me aevastators oi ho resides at Wlnburg, Union of Belgium.- (Hear They South Africa. When General De Wet, made fit comrades the heading ihe rebels, captured the town, ravagers 01 Armenia and ihe tleso- of liis troops hauled down the laters oi Flantlei1- the Turk of the British from the courthouse, and East and the Turk oi Uest it in the dirt. Mrs. Pienaar both mihtan Lm bnatched it up. brushed it off, and pires with oniy one that is bound it around her 'waist. violence. v.'ill' bring glatmess peace to a or'il Their dcvn ill "You daren't touch she declar- ami'. ett. carry it and when decent has ior gen people return we'll hoist it again." era turns been oppresse'J'and Dispatches say Mrs. Pienaar .was by their grim pr-sencr cursed on 8ur Re.ponsrtility are to- be from Mexico he j the farmers and sales stables and To say that we did not speculators wiii not have a-Jook-iH. a rMult tlle n'hlch the la'- oi go to Aleiico is a mere ulay a result options, which tnc l mnn A ter have been securing extensively jpon .words. A Quarter o, he late win not.be of anv-ayail: Oi. been entered iuioand J. M. T. Burnside, better Iinown when the ail- earned through without nary of war and without, any, declaration of war Seizure ot the leading beafort cirv of I i "Thrift" Burnside, captain oi the Uai- i varsity of Toronto football team 18 years ago, died at Ashviile, N. C., where he had ib'een spending- some time ins the hope of improving his another the eng-'t, ment md Spoor health. Sir. Burnside was forty defeat of Fhe froops of th, lit coi ntrv and the retention of the territo: ed Belgian territory AVe both agreed' that Britain ought not to Intenere But Dr. Oppenheim by birth and bv education and by citizenship is a Ger- man. He was professor in Freiburg and in Basle before going to Cam- bridge. He is still a German citizen. At this moment I have in my pocket a letter from him written since the war began." Dr. Jordan read the let- ter as follows: "Dear Dr. we met Jast we did not that Germany was perpetrating Uie greatest inter- national crime which has bsen com- mitted since the time of Xapoleon I.: namely, the violation of the perman- ent neutrality -of Belgium. '.'This deliberate act has changed the face of the case entirely, am] nothing can be done but to fight and to_ try to_ the authontj of "i cannot tell you hfyv I Am jyears of age.. He was contemporary with such gridiron as thus JBurwash, Jfalloafc, Mc'Calfum.' Hobbs, occupied tor an li nf months ton-' Kingston, Barr, Bradley and'ElUott. etitute war andl the denial that a is j News has rep.ched Copeuhagon pri valely that General-Voa chief oi the German general is not .suffering from liver .complaint, but is prisoner in imperial pal- aces. Von Moltke's wife, who belongs to an old Danish family, lias-written to a Eanislf rlatly saying' that Von Moltke is confined -by the Kaisei- orders at I-Joihbur'g an der cnu of the numerous royal palaces, at the Kaiser's wish. Tho Paris Figaro says that Lamor- lette, head cook'at the well-; known Paris .restaurant of Va't.el, who has been in charge of General French's cuisine since the outbreak of tho war, >ri3es himself that lie has never fail- ed to produce, a'.new dish every day. He has now reached the hundred anil twenty-second. At the battle of the JMarne he had prepared a magnificent souffle, which was; nraeticai'iy ruined jby the General's, un punctual ity, who when he finally came explained to the distracted cook that' his 'delay hatl been'due to ma -helping to win a vic- tory. "Then says. TheJ-Flgaro, "was Laniorlettc's artistic soul ap- peased-1' Brakes Stubborn Cough Vanish in a Hurry the rebels, but they did uot offer to raciest her. captain of hussars who gave a dinner to the nion of his squadron the night before they, left for tho front. NOTHING DISTURBS PRINCE With Alexander of Teck on the Fight; Ins Line Cook 'of the 2nd Life Guards, writing homo'from 'the front, incidentally refers to Trinco Alexander of Teck, gpvernp'r-gen-eral- elect of Canada. "During" one retire- he 3ays, "with Uie Germans rapidly advancing and with shells bursting less than 100 yaiiU from him. they set to with a will. After dinner he discovered One of the men stowing away bottles of fMnce Alexander Btood calmly by champagne into a..bag and, highly in- j smoking, as though nothing was hap- dignant, he demanded to kno-w what I pening. Whilst we were mounting to he meant by such conduct. "I'm only obeying orders, said the man." "Obeying roared the cap- tain. "What do you mean, "You told ua to treat the dinner like the enemy, sir, and when, we meet the enemy, sir, those we don't kill we take prisoners." Charlton, brother of the Hon. A. JL P. i'o.r Nor- folk, dje'a in Buffalo, N. Y, j get a'way his Serene Highness and Ccfl. Ferguson, who accompanied him, were the last to leaved In another in- stance Prince Alexander was standing near a a: shell burst within ten yards of him. He merely- looked round and toblr'ln the situa- tion with remarkable coolness, exhib- iting not the slightest fear." Ic is reported E. A.. Sylversoii, pre- sident of the National Bank of Pierre, S. D., is short in his accounts U.8A Tennessee's Launch Fired on by Turkish Forts at Smyrna. war can only serve to the tvpe COWANS PERFECTION COCOA Just the right flavor If gome "one in lour family his in obstinate cbuj.h or A bad throat or rhcsfc cold that has been 1 on and refifeq to yield to treatment set from an> store ounc of 1 mcx aid makt. it into 16 ouncci of sjrupj and watch that Pour the an h woi-tii) Into i ounces Pmcx centi C out c" uotfle and fill the with pi un sjmp The total cost jsaioiii. >t cents you 10 ounce i fimily supply of most effective it a riving of A dfl3''s ,uso mil usually overcome a severe couyh I ircpind HI 5 full directions with FIHCT Keeps and his a Children like it It's really -emarVable Tiov promptly and cr.cily IV loo's the dry liotrpe or "COUffll Rlld hcills liiie iiiiiiiiiii'u mi-fii- brancs in a, painful .It also atopa ttic formation of in.t'ic tliroafc and bronchial tubes, thus pnilins the per- sisienfc loose coujrh. A Bnlehdid' remedy for bronchitis, ivit-ier brontlnal 'Ihma nnd Pinex ia n Bpccinl and .fiislily concen- trated compound ot prnuuie pine ricti in piiaiacol, winch is ao 1 eul tnpf to tbe mcmorancs. Aicm1 d bv asking your dnijrgist fir otinco of Pi not ami do not aecnpt of alfiolntc salififaction j, preparation -or mrtnsy promptly refunded. Xhe Co., Ont, A fjitarant tth Tlitt launch from the U. S. Battleship wltffh.waB firod on by Turkish forts at Smyrna whlla Ontc-ring the Ii arbor and compelled to return tho oi-uiser. Tho Turks have informally explained tho firing as a warning of the presence of .mines. ;