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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE I.ETHBBIDGE DAILY HEKAI.'" SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. I'M ttbc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... by mail, per year...... xWeeKIy. by mail, per year..-- Business Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torronce- Mnnaniae Director Business Manossr THE WAR SITUATION TODAY item of sls-'iilicnncc "'0. litt the captare-of Allies. 'Tills Eiuin camr tuwn of lloulors by Hi' is an indication that Chile, not a Biuelo lirltlBli sailor was saved by the German snips. FMr- lliunuore, points out tlio Montreal Herald, while tho .British have con-, sisteiitly saved tho lives of tiermau naval men wlicui'ver possible, even; the lives ot tuon from wrecked Gcr-1 man submarines, not one single life, ot a Britisher from a war vessel has j been saved by Germans since the war beyan. j The polio'-lire from a.m. to S p.m. oil'Moii'ilay. Be a good eUtzen, _eo to thcjHiils ami east your vote. St, John to Liverpool S.S. Grampian. .Dec. 25 Rouiers .aptlears ou tho map dircct- uortli The CSt-'nuans are slowly but sureiy working Herlin- PROPOSED SAILINGS Special Sailings St. John to London nud Havre Portland to Olnsgow Calling Halifax Westb'd; S.S. Pomeranian Dec. 10 S.S. Sicilian.....Due. 31 S.S. Corinthian..Jan. .14. Boston to Glasgow Calling Halifax Westb'd. S.S. Sardinian...Dec. 24 S.S. Pomeranian.Jan. 14 rbiladeliibift to Glasgow and Liverpool Calling st Halifax AV'cstbound S. S. CARTHAGINIAN....-.......December 19th Reduced Round Trip Railway Tickets good to return within five months on sale to December 31 For full information apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, GENERAL NORTHWESTERN AGENT, WINNIPEG. if llw sumiM tlio offensive nsa.uiSt.Utnt ror- Gorman profeasora whal he le lion ot r.io Gemma forces wliloli- hiiv.) jn 'issue they would Kake. saw. t Russky lias up his if Yon Hiwlenburg lake their way i But there, Toronto goes and beats i it" been to cut through to the Channel ports. The taking of Koulers1 is advance the town .ten j- 'After fUmie FtruU'Sio stunts tiie The New York Heralet opines "that Kaiser Bill it is a good thing there Eire no Turkish In our colleges to bombard Was takpr. ill It really- was a, miles distance from Ypres, 'arid nine- kuissiaris-heve ivorked successfully on us tirades .on superiority of i teen milM of Urnses. The.jtbe. Germans, one can't but won- j Turkish Chased him S to Uerlin. progress on the left wing'of the Al- lies ia marked by a similar on I ho riflit towards which lias -begun to seriously trouble the enemy whose attempt at masking Verdun has not only been frustrated, out the threatening oi that strong fortress has been turned against him into a distinct menace on his fortress of MeU. The. attempt Germans to form a conjunction oE their forces in the Woevre district, east of the Mense, with the army in.the Argonne, on its left bank, has apparently failed. In Poland the enemy is pushing his way towards Warsaw, and the tactics 01 the Russians forecast tho abandon- ing of the city, possibly pursuing the strategy of the Servians lo draw the enemy on and then turn and rend him. The campaign here is inter- esting as to its outcome. Nothing lias been heard lately of the operations the Russian right wing on the borders- of East Prussia and along the lurian lakes. With the German cen- tre advancing, and the Russian left evidently making way in the south by Cracoiv, there is on the part of the. Russians apparently a plan for out- witting the enemy deluded Into be- lieving he is making headway. COMMERCE'-'8- 'SIR EDMUND President ALEXANDER LAIKn; General-Manager JOHN Ass't General Man vl C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western Branches CAPITAL, .RESERVE FUND; BANKING BY MAIL I Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will'receive the same .careful attention as is given to all other departments-of the Bank's "business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in! this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. W2 is in session Washington It was opened by Pestilent it active head t St A. parcel of mflalned German fiction postejl in Itily and addressed monton United States of America ved hj the pf the EdrnpntOfi Board of Trade The tenn'of deo Masalo niaglBtratfi Edmonton, expires on Dec 3lat v cui- pi XjUlUUllLOll) U heart it ij hinted that a suocesBpr from the R N W SI P will be appointed and the names of Supt Primrose and In specter Heffernan are mentioned Major Ciithbcrt ot the, P at Edmonton has I couid name the ten school board! being hauled to a magazine candidates Ihe iajarest m this ccqn s iuated aiuove the at Rossland onr> election a maa aQ Cdr ot ponder suddenly top blush Ihe col will bet a dollar to a pled from the track and rolled down 'doughnut that th re were mere calls over the embankment The ponder to find out whether the did not and no one in Is.aiSt.rs funeral imminent thin im-pd 1 then, mil be on tj Ifmcl out the names of tile, lucky trio, i iiiagistrate of Regina, has resigned BY WAY OF CONTRAST It seems to me that the English are hot such beasts as most of their al- jJies. On August 2S they saved a good ;filany of our men. whr-n our cruiser? :.frent down, In the most gallant man- .ner The.aboire is an extract from a let- ter received, by Dr. F. zlmmermau. of 38 Scheerer Avenue, Newark, N. J. from his brother, Kurt, a first lieuten- ant German, navy. By way of contrast, it may be mentioned tiiat 5rtien the British ships Good Hope and >IonDiouth sent down by a super- ior German squadron off the coast of. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paul Up............. Keseive Fund Total Assets Over Head Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, President p. HOWLAND, Vice-Presldent SAVINGS BANK'DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI 00 and upwards received and interest allow e1 from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH.................W. R. Manager THE STANDARD BANK B "M5T1 OF CANADA B The Most Convenient Of All Small Investments The Stand-mi Bank of Canada invites deposits of and upwards A showing the amount of the balance ivjll be handed you when making the first deposit You have then a Bank Account, to which you may add or from which you may withdraw at any brae without unnecessary delay Interest is paid on all balances twice a ear, or added to principal. Capital ana Reserve 166L Assets over LETHDRIDGE BRANCH, 315, 13th Street N. C. F. BLETCHER, Manager. H be the fall thereof Tlie col lor a return fli the! aluermamc hunch Cominis loners too told bloo ed tried to Irp them oh to scare jip a IiUlc btrap but Vcy wont bit at Magrath, they a BUnch-ot-alder- men that are for getting in the puuhr eye and sluing there blotting out the rest ot the horizon Two mcnj-hs ago they ap pointed a niAv scctetarj treasurer and a new town inarajml The council split on the deal had 17 meetings by actual count to ratifv tht action and now the 18th is to be called when tlie jnatslial dp'si-.nate and sec trcas -d signate are to he cilleo n to learn they charmed tneir minds during the long The while to'wn haa taken s (les ind jou pry them lo c from al lermanic kOVLrnmeit V little scrap and then-is-relislied by the wisest men. Even Edmonton, which-has about the rottenetit foun of government In tlie Dominion shovs signs of stick ing to the old brand because ot the fun it is to see the niayor" ahd an 1 'nlderman have i free flghfc on tlecily I hall fatejm Wan is a funny animal An Important -Point A city, girl WQB taking .a course in. in agricultural college After a lecture on "Jlow to Inci'tiafee she rose for a 'How Him lilushingly ed. "must one beat a cow before ehe- wirt 'What I can't understand .about; I Billy ttlfplcs H, All) Such a spit-uuiii inanly man for a father, Billy should be so said Dublileigh. Why, it s simple enough said Slathers. "His mother was a wo- man." ____ Stnbbs Have you. been hating much trouble .with your chickens late- ly npne at all. fact, some village philanthropist '.has: been relieving me of my chiU'en troubles and my same tinio. Police to accept tho position. The bond of furnished toy H. Linder was declared forfeited feTday by the court of general ses aiona in New York when Linder Tail- dotaif-rHiombinlnB the. limit of .luxury with the llmlVof new-Ford Llke; all this beautiful car Is Ocoilomicar'in opefatlon low in price Don't fail to see it. Ford Garage VIRTUE BROS. 1232 3rd AyENUE S, PHONE 633 FOB Ford, tOnt Fully Equippf FORD COUPEUET the penal law; in revealing the con- tents of a telegraphic message ssnt oi t by the Associated Press. Linder was a tioital operator in the office New. York GIpby. The jmyjn the supreme court at Moose Jaw brought in a verdict in tull for after being out fifteen ed to appear 'before Judge Malone to minutes in the casp--of Fred Taylor plead to an indictment charging hlralis the Moose Jaw Fleotiic, Street with, noting violated section 552 ut'Raihiay Co The plaintiff claimed S209 incidental, expenses' "Which were also awarded, on a vngon driven by Joseph Prime when it was Btruek'by, a street car, and the verdict was the third against tho company for the same acUdent Mis. a passenger on the car at the time, was given a time ago, i Prtme receded biion, Button, Who Makes the Ordinarily, a button is looked upon as an article of minor importance. But sometimes a. great1 deal depends upon just one button. Its importance is' not fully realized until it has been lost. Canada spends about a million and a quarter dollars every year for just buttons. than two-thirds of these buttons are imported, more than is sent to foreign countries which could just as well be kept here. If were produced in Canada, fourteen factories, employing over nine hundred Canadians, would be kept busy to turn them out. There is no reason why these buttons can't be "Made in Canada" just as well as anywhere else; in fact, s.ome worth are every other worth will be, if you will only "play the game" and-- Say "Made in Canada." ;