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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LET II Ul? G E DAILY H E It A I- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1911 Hlberta AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATE3 ftntly, delivered, per year..... by mail, per .year...... SVeenly, by mall, per year..... 14.00 S.UQ 1.0ft TELEPHONES Business Office.......... Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manag 125: 1221 WAR SITUATION TODAY the British fleet started out to do in South Atlantic and South Pa- cific waters it has successfully accom- plished. Of the five cruisers of the enemy which flaunted their victorious colors, after the naval action off the coast of Chile, four have been laid low, aud the remaining has fled dis titled. Not Britain's commerce alone hut the commerce of all neutral na- ns can now freely move in the southern sens, for Britain's victory, it 3nay safely be said, goes in this re- spect beyond a Ihow struck for Em- pire. In its masterful inactivity up to tha present the British fleet had so far gained a silent victory, in that Em- pire trade had not become disorgan- Jzed, but had been almost normal.' [With its action in destroying the last of menace ocean commerce Will now roll as in times of thus the puissance of our fleet has, fence more been demonstrated. j The defeat of the Turks by the In- jfiian troops in the neighborhood of the Persian gulf, irrespective of its fcreat importance and moral effect, adds one more miscalculation to the the Kaiser has made. The Holy War which, was supposed to fol- low the stirring up of the Turks has hot materialized as was anticipated fey him so far as our Indian subjects pre concerned. has happened during.the hist. days of the war to hasten its prch gress towards the end to which we iopk with supreme confidence. The pccupation of Lodz by the enemy has proved a ibarren victory, the gain has "by no means been compsasated' the enormous loss sustained, and the Russians -do not .appear to be much interrupted in their plan .of campaign, -through Cracow. On the Franco-Bel- !gian .line the Ailies are readying for a forward movement. fThe cause for right -md: freedom'his assuredly started on its triumph. CUSHION RUBBERHEELS are mader.of the longest wearing Rubber that can be had in the regardless of Yet they cost no more than the ordinary kind attached. Ask. yotir Shoe Man 164 Walpole Rubber Co. :Liraited Montreal PICKED UP IN lASSING FOR THIS ItUSY MAN Etlmoutou Presbytery has nominal- nd Principal Serlneer-of Montreal for inodorator of the next Presbyterian Gem-nil Assembly. Pr, N'i 0. Walker, who _ contested South Norfolk for the House, of- Com- mons IT years Out., aged S2. A. R McCallum, of Saskatoon, will nil the position vacated 'by K. D. Miles on the staff of tlio Criuadinn Bunk of Commerce. Carmangay. Britisher named Lonsdale, who is a prisoner in Germany, lias been giv- en a ten years' sentence, ror attacking this guards. I Peter McCaUum, the oldest member 'of the Masonic order in Alberta, is jdeatl at Calgary. He became Mason in 1S01 in Heuton, Scotland, Mrs. Ketclulni; widow Of 'the late Kt'tchum- of -Cooonrs, Out., has; [reci'lved worn that :her. son, Donald Ketchum. who- was studying music in Germany, has. been made a 'prisoner. j Jonathan VHer a lincoine pion- for 23 years its'-postmaster, is i dead. HP .1 mine or county ind located m British Lolum-'l jbia in C. A Phillips need 3" of Thorn- (lale, Out..- wag killed" and a (.Miss Smith of the place is ser- i iously injuredv when1 riir which' ithey w re riding wa3 "truck j a C. 'P. R. train. I During his visit, to. France- Kinp iGeorre conferred the grand cross of the Order of Bath .qn: Generals JoiTro and Focli and. grand of the Order -of St: Michael ,'and St. George on serea -oCbe'r French gen- erals. The Nobel Peace Prize will not be At Tracer- Vita Dec. 3rd br R. J Tliundar Meinam of Carmangav. ijrj- Herman- Benjamin distributed-this year. the Kaiser would seize it and demand an; indemnity for its return. Likely Champion we Esther, daughter of "ilr. mnrried to and Mrs. G. H. Witirg of Having hied J2 i brok en neck, James Carey spmfin these t .tout the Gsnna ays of war, but here 1s the best expression of it from the B-erihz-- Kreuz'r Zeitung: "Speaking frariKIyy and as true Germans, we every monument, every stone .that tells the history of France, it be a work of seMt-divtrie conception, utterly de- sfjoved -rather, than that the glorious work .that has .been given to the Ger: man race- -to- in the- world "hindered by even so much anic anment -yr neck was broken when he made a high due while swimming" Eugene E Schmitz- three times mayor of was re- moved from office in .-1307, while San Francisco s graft prosecution in progress ha tormallv announced thit he will be a candidate "for a "fourth term as Jliss Grace Dougafl; M. D. formerly of New Vork-and phia, is dead-at of 6" at the home of her as one hours be revitalized, refined, only society ennobled and the German spirit.. The world must, for its-own be Germanized Isn't it clear that Germany's part in this war --ditor and proprietor of the "Uo'itreit The world can Witness to a dl tm .NEW CITIZENS ASSUME RESPONSIBILITIES is cheering to find our new settlers lands Joj'iJly behind Can ada n the present en In dintncts) inhabited largely by mon'-and women have come across the line we the sentiment. strougiy in favor of Canada's part in the wnr. These people appreciate our system of gov- and the freedom anil liberty [they possess under our and they that these possessions are if the enenn could t .they do not hesitate to re-j ;aiize "and assume responsibilities of. j citizenship 1 No )iie needs to- be Ebouc UIB loyalty of our new citizen; It is not lo a ty d 'oud I and flag waving. It is a loy alt inspired hv appreciation oC Bri-'S Jish Institutions and a realisation off the raspoasibilities of conquest, world? dominate the Er-Presideiit Roosevelt is most em- phatic in EngLnd. In a recent'.article in the New Out- once .Belgium .wasXiataded. even" circumstance of iiitional .honor'and interest forced to; act. precisely as she did act She could not "nave heM up her head-.among nations had she "acted otherwise. particular, she is entitled to the praise o'f-all true lovers of peace; for is only 'by action such as she took that 'neutrality treaties and- treaties giiftranteeing -the rights of small pow- will ever lie given any value. -The actions of Sir Edward Grey as he -guarded -Britain's 'foreign policy showea .adherence to .lofty standards of.right; .combined with firmness of 'courage under great strain." It is rorth Keeping in miail thctt Teddy is an old 'friend "of-Kaiser Bill. _ to ____ giiisLcd Canadian famflj her sister being Lilly an- orher brother is D Douga.ll of the New RQUMANIA TO CEDE BACK LAND TO BULGARIA ivef----- rm g: else docs quite so well as a gli't to a linlii as he can wear; ahu the tliat wear it is the best test oi: ap- pur store is iillctl with tlseiul, Seryice- :flveii ontsiiilc of ii' article or garment in the store that not be a most acceptable NeckwfeafV" If it's now it. ''j in plain Derbies }5c, aOc, Tacj Otfercoat-'jjpec. Overcoats worth up to Suits worth up'-t6.: Sat. Men's Bath Robes .Dr. Jaeger and' o'bheiviiiakes House Jackets cek'' Seais.i2f and Fancy Silfc. up Fancy Waistcoats S3.50 "D f Fancy Susjpemlcrsj'-silk web. Prices 75c, :61.00 and Xmas lie miitcli Pi ice and to 1J5 Pui Clip. v-Priee---i.. V. Cqliar "P 'Initial Handkerchiefs, half dozen in box. Price lialf .75 l'P Horae SI .50 "P Sweater Coats and QQ Come to a Man's Store for 4 Man's Needs Shirts Pyjamas Night Robes Gloves taps Suit Cases M's Travelling Sets Furs Shoes Travelling Underwear Fancy Hosiery It is evident 'tliat" oer by Kouraania igreefng t won ede back to Eulga