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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta foist PAlEY HEUAI.M THURSDAY, DECEMDBR 10.19M II5C alberta tAILY AND WEEKLY RATES DM17. delivered, per year..... IMiUr. hr mail, year....... StttKlr. by mall par year.... l-M TELEPHONES ftntnen Office-. by over a thousand majority. In Bun- das, Premier' Whitney's oW seat, a Conservative majority of 700 was re- duced t ounder one hundred. All this happened in bye-elections, and a welt- entrenched local government Is won- dering I! n landslide Is on the way. We fnvor economy in Uio adminis- tration of our schools, but wo also holiovo in efficiency and economy that would impair aBlcIoncy would bo fool- ish economy. "NOfcMAN" -NEWEST mm A. Buchanan John Torranee Maoaglag Director Business Manage BRITANNIA AVENGED Everything in connection with the campaign fades into temporary insig- nificance before tie splendid achieve- menl of tlie British fleet off the Falk- land Islands. Three of the enemy's cruisers hava been sunk, and before these lines are in print we may Hear of the capture or internment of tbe remaining two which formed his pquadron. .Details so far point out that the British ships were practically iin- tscathed. Retribution but sure has followed on the wake of the Good Hope and the ifonniouth, and Britan- nia stands avenged. Her trident may have been temporarily -wrested from her hands in southern waters, but the (spirit of the breed that mans her chips has seen to it that it is not for long that it should remain from Ihose to whom by right of the prow- ess of centuries It properly belongs. Apart from Its practical effect the taoral effect of the blow delivered to the enemy's fleet will work him a deadly harm. 11 with the most fan- tastic vagaries of fortune his wildest dreams of a conquest on land is real- .ised there still stands Britain's first lino of defence, insurmountable barrier to tha' accomplishing of his nmbitions. He cannot hut realise this BBd it cannot but bring to him a faint- heartedness and a mighty trembling es he anticipates the day when stern necessity must force his leviathana to do battle with Britannia's guardians 61 the deep. Dr. J. William White, eminent sur geon. trustco of the University ot Pennsylvania and authority on sport, has published tud circulated a "Pri- mer of the War for Americans by all iu :which ho calls on Am- ericans to spend their Just dollar, lust hushel of com anil last drop of blood in the cause of the Allies. "For the e of humanity and he says, "we cannot afford to permit Germany to win. We, PS wcil ns the Allies, shoa'.c' o1? to make any sacrifice of ulooj and treasure that may needed MR. MAQRATH IS CHAIRMAN Ottawa, Ont, Dec. vacancy at- tho international Joint commission caused by -the7 appointment of Hon. T. Chase Casgrain as postmaster-gen- eral, has been filled by the selection if P. B. .Mignault, K.O., of -Montreal. The new chairman of the Canadian section will he Commissioner Chas. A. Magrath, -woo has been promoted to that Sir. CaEgraln. EXISTING ON ITS OWN RESOURCES :Medicino Hat's municipal campaign !s of no particular Interest to Leth- Sbridge, bnt statement made by alaypr Brown at a public meeting in iMedicine Hat the other night war- yants the consideration of the Herald. It appears that in Medicine Hat the city council is giving 5200 00 a month to each newspaper during the present financial stringency, and this policy of the "Medicine Hat council is meet- ing with criticism during the cam- paign, and Mayor Brown in defending thp council for its action stated, ac- cording to Medicine Hat Times, that "the policy was endorsed and ap- iproved 'by prominent railway men in- in the city, and tne assistant Vice-president Bury on a recent itisit to the city had commended the Conaeil for their action, and he had them that Lethbridge was sup, porting its paper to the eiteut of J250 month to save it from beeomlBS a THE GERMAN ARMY NEAR LOPZ The map shows tho position of tHe by German army near Lpta which to su, hapffly. necessary for the Her Bid -to deny tills statement, but since ft has been published m Medicine Hat and It bag been made to appear tiit a Lethbridge newspaper -was un- to publish a daily issue without -municipal assistance, we desire to the report as an absolute false- bood. While Herald is suffering K consideriMble Ims of business owing wnich exist throughout the- whole, coontry, and while it his been forced to economize In order to continue the pnnlication of the daily odltlonjyt Is not fconused or assisted in any war by any municipality or or- ganization of any kind. It is being conducted purely: as .a..busine.ss ven- ture, without any ootside assistance. Whatever. The wolf Trill be U the door before' we will even con- fcilder becoming under any obligation any municipality. We will hegi- Ifate at tying ourselves up to a grant feom a city. If Medicine Hat's mayor wants to Defend the action of his council in Medicine Hat newspapers ;.jw will be unable to find a precedent Lethbridge. It .'is too often the case that Leth- fcridge is imtanced and cntlcised In jtfedicine Hiat. In .an attempt to excuse policies and conditions eTisting la that city. In this case there is lotely no warrant for stating thai Lett-bridge is forced to bonus its daily in order to prevent it from a weekly. people, ve ire told, last pi ffceir In an Edmonton fire. The Ma? be very hear; if the u of abbreilatcd kind witb Mtat jtowt. Two noent tan Oitirto maeb to tfc. Ja But HwOtM a wWIM of winning a Hat sten to the band play- ing "Tipperary" on the Vidlrola. In response to the over- whelming demand for this wonderful song, the fa- mous Vidtor Military Band has made a fine Vidtor Record of it--No. 17651. On the other side is another rousing military Tommy Atkins." The price of- -this record is only 90c for both, selections. Other splendid selections on the December of New Vidtor Records, on sale today, are: They Sutl me VictroU Billy What a Wonderful Love That Would Be 17631 Ada Mun.yJ Come Btck to Me Ailhur dough "1 When June Time Brings the Roses Both ten inch, double sided, 90 cents for two selections Purple The Last Rose of Summer Lucy Marsh 60126 New Red Seal Records Mr WrfiJ Irish Rose John McCormack '65426 Enrico Bori 87511' All these records are on sale today at any "His. Mailer's Voice" dealer in any city or town in Canada. Come in and hear the entire lisft. Berliner Cram-o-phone Co. ______' LIMITED Lenoir Street, Montreal Vidlor in Canada Patronize Home Produdls 1 Mason Risch, Limited 21 WESTERN BRUNCHES. 404 Mh Street South. P 'ICKEDUPIN FOR HIE MJSY MAN W. 'lioikiiill, llio distinguished American diplomat, died at Moaaro.u. Despondent, Mrs. Henry Dahbrdoko wife of a 'prominent Oxford. Ont., farmer, committed' suicldo. Rev. D. B. Wlshart. Presbyterian pastor at Madoc, Out., for many years is dead. t Alphonse Haclne ami Oliver Faucher, of Montreal, and RobtjNess, Hpwlck, are- mentioned as., nqsslolo appointees to Shi? Queiift. Legislative council, t Statewide prohibition iiirriefl in Colorado by a-majority of ac- cording to Iho official canvass, rho voto for the measure was against A large number of veterinary..offic- ers are wanted by the Militia Depart- ment at Ottawa for service in the Im- perial Army Veterinary Corps at (ho front almost immediately. Municipal nominations for the town of Stavely resulted as follows: For councillors. J. R. J. P. PCS- ler P C. Velver For school trustees, J. J. Ostrum, J. W. Wiltoid, J. R. Me- Cualg, all by acclamation. Lieut.-Col. Guy Poussette, ot Wlnni: peg son of Dr. A. C. Poussette, M. O. H of Sarnia, has been appointed, to tho command of the Army Service section of the second Canadian con- tingent. Col. Charles Alexander, -millionaire grocer and steel magnate of Providence. R. I., was arrested by federal officials at-hls Rhode Island on .charges of violating the .Mann aet. Ho is; a director of .the Canada Steel Co. Press reports stating that the Im- perial government had iet-a -contract ;0 an Alabama firm for lave been denied [in a cablegram Just received at Cranbroot, a.- C. from Hon. G. H. Perley.i acting high com- missioner for Canada in London. Information has been jecelved at Ottawa to the effect that the Royal Canadian Regiment which has been doing garrison duty in Bermuda for some months, will proceed to. tlie 'ront almost immediately. The Royal Canadian Regiment was Canada's only organization of permanent infantry jefore the war broke out. Hamar Greenwood, M. P. for Sun- derland, who-has been serving with .he recruiting and ammunition depart- ment' of the War ..Office, has command ot a, battalion In the new-Welsh army with the rank Sir. Greenwood, ig.ia major in the King's Colonials, and was formerly, in he Canadian militia. Successful experiments were- car- ried1 out at the Militia Department at Ottawa with p. new motorcycle ma chine gun, which may DO adopted by the department if lit proves practic- able. The gun on: a side car attached too tlie motorcycle. .It .may be operated :by. one-man, but two are designed to be carried. .W. P.- Clarke, son of.-Supt. S; .1. ilarke of the Canadian National park at Banff, has Just received-.-his com- mission.-in ;the Royal. Canadian Gar- rison Artillery, after having: success- ully. graduated from: the Royal Mfll- ary College, Kingston, and has Been appointed to No. :5 Cornpany, Royal Garrison Artillery, Bsquimalt; Mr. ]larke was born in Calgary.'iil'JJaine, .894, and -was thus 20 years .of age ast June NERVE SHOCK PHENOMENA Soldiers Lose Memory and Use of Senses Paris, Dec. of shell fire, are shown by' the'eondi- lon of four men back from the front, .i'ho are now under special'. treatment n the hospitsi Two been struck leaf and is appar- n'tly so, for neither of them seem to IETO anything w rong with the organs of hearing or speech, but they are suf ering simply from nervous' shock, A hird imagines that he cannot see, and behaves exactly as If he were eallj blind, whereas there 13 nothing he matter.with his' eyes A bad case is that of a orporal, mentioned in despatches for he brave manner in which be carried lis wounded captain out of the dan jer zone His regiment was badl> it up and the corporal was the only an left out of his company at the lid of the day He had lost his rea on, in the sense that his mind 19 a omplete blank He remembers noth ig, not even his rame, or that IIP is soloier, and has been fighting Me :ts and speaks just like a child, and as helpless as a new born: infant, Hf- But mother, it's so easy with FRY'S' "Her first cake" will be just as much of a success as'mother's best effort if the icing is made'this way Mix cup of FRY'S1 CHOCOLATE POWDER with 2 cups of powdered sugar, adding 2 tablespoonfuls of. cream or of boiling water. That's FRY'S makes an icing of delicious flavor, silky smooth- ness and rich appearance. Just try it, Remember: "Nothing will do but FRY'S' THE REMAINS OF A GERMAN AEROPLANE Thi effect on a German aeroplane after a trip above the Allies' lines in Northern Trance SAYS CONDITION OF CANADIAN HORSES BAD THE GERMAN CROWN PRINCE mo recently In an the Allies' a tribute, now seems to be taking Httto men rea- sonable attitude towards the object for which tbe Alllen an flfhtlM. iLondon, Dec. regard to tho references made in cabled: reports to Salisbury Camn, William of Deiizes writes to the Morning Post deploring tho condition of the Csnad. ian horses: If the condition of Canadian troops is indescribable savs, ab- out the condition of the horses I of ho cruelty of a more cold- blpoJcd brand than putting hundreds 'of; unclimatized horses on a bleali, shelterless plateau, exposed to all tho wind: of heaven. It Is not an though the government had not been advised that the Canadians were' bringing bones, or as though there wm not a of agricultural vlllagti along the toot of the plains with barns in- numerable to put tho horses In." Mayor Deacon has 'been elected pre- sident of the Winnipeg Canadian Club. THE CANADIAN BANK" OF COMMERCE SIR EHMUNB WALKER, C.V.O.IL D, D C L., PrasHeat ALBXAKDEK LAWD. General Maoofif r JOHN AIHD. Ans't V. C. SupMintesdeM of Wntcra BnUKkK CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and Careful attention is given to every account. Small accouuts axe welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mall. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more with, drawali to be made by any one of thtm or by the survnor. WS) Lethbridge Branch R. T. Bryraner, Mgr. ;