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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE lVE.f HBR1DGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 191 vtis not'heavy. H Is quite truu thtit jieoiJle should 'Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, por year. 14.00 TELEPHONES 'Business Oilice........... lEdltortal OHico W. A. Buchanan John liarmsiag Director Business Manas 1263 1224 THE WAR SITUATION TODAY With t'ne fever of e.xciuniient caus- fil tin' German naval'raid on the coast, interest in tlie progress of the fighting on the continent Europe has suffered eclipse. Nevertheless, although re- ports of tlie conflict on land have been -Ttceedin.Bjr meagre, tiera has been nothing to discourage the juds- ment formed that to each one of the allied nations success, small or has fallen. In Flanclejs the British and French are slowly, 'but surely, gaining ground daily, and wits the the Brl- .tish fleet are making the -oast take some trouble. in exorcising their of franchise, {'but their paths be .strewn with tliorus'by tho (lutiioVitieP. M would be bcon kilItHl in action. woll that the civic, officials should inako a note of the matter for future guidance, and gee that booths are arranged at crr.ircs which will meet with the general conwuleiice. Be a fellow and give the Her- M's Christmas Rind a r PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Captnin the Hon. .Arthur O'Neill, M.P. for Mid-AnSrim. Ireland, has Mr. Justice Leitch of. the Court of Toronto, is reported having tiecidt'd to -retire, tnying continued illness. Hish as to A dying crippled girl in Shenlcld Gertie Nelson, sent, her last- sliiiiini; to Princess Mary's Sailors' and Soldiers' Christmas Fund. I J. 1'. Leslie, aged CO, was struck ______ I by a yard engine while, oiling switch j lights aad was instantly killed at Politicians and German militarists Cranhroob. t ipparently Iiave the right to clause! Forty-seven carloads of horses were their minds. The German militarists shipped from the national stock) irds momentary beta-added to the cblumn by an HaEast St. yesterday to Can inquisitive :New Yorker who has dug 1 Mr. H. Gouyd was drowned whilst up Hie following from the editorial I crossing Chief Lake, B. C., as the STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD Says Applied In Uelicvc's Head-Colds utfOnce. If 'your., 'nostrils: your head is BtiiCl'tM 1 breathe or catarrh, just get a" small bottle of Ely's Cream lialin at any drag Btoru.' Apply u little of this anti- septic-cream Into your Jind let it-'ponetratd throttsh .bvery passage of your head, sooUilnf? ..and j liealiug the inflamed, swollen. mucous membruuo and you get Instant relief. Ah! how good it feels. Your nos; trils are open, your heiul is clear, moro hawking, snuffing. Wowing; no more headache, dr for breath. Ely's it sufferers from colds and ratarrh need. It's u delisht. Sold by D. Higiubotham Limited, druggists. Advt. ness or struggling i Ualm is just columns, of ..the Xew York Stants-Ke- tuas, published nine years ago: "If Germany today in general is un- It reads in part, "ana is able so easily to become- result oi his boat, which was loided i camp a' btuilci b under guard it the detention beyond its capacity, being swamped. The Cork-Providence mine near Kaslo. B. C., resumed work alter be The Church Peace I'mon, embracing all (terminations, has all.'Aui- erican churches to a'luUnitc ou_ Suu- Idav, February 1-1. the centenary o't 1 tious held by the enemy untenable. mortifying insolence. When they com- In France the French are pushing for- i, ana.saoie (ng f decade. d iuspiclous, UieincSv turning out-concentrates. jthc ratmctljon of tho iruta ot Driving of the-last spikp in tte I known Ilimpton N H com' the provocative activity of the Pan-, Central branch oi the C. I trailer his issued i v-nt place at a point about 'I) f lor 000 T ainst a niomincat .plu'- mania for "treating other powers with ?UI'es of Inyennere. j sieun oi John lor ihenat on oi f 1 Lieut. Harrf Marshall McKay, oiihis wife's affections, ward in the Woe-vra district. The two oDJEcUves of the enemy on each wing of the battle line, the .taking of .the Channel; ports, and the 'reducing, of the strategic position of Verdun, have been foiled.' -At .Mlaiva, on .the tron: tier of Polafld, the Germans them- selves have admitted a repulse by the .Russians in tie statement that they Save been forced! through superiority 'of numbers, to occupy tteir old posi- tions. In Senria tie Austriahs have Been practically driven from tie ter- ritory 'of the little kingdom, and the Montenegrins hare inflicted defeat oil the Austrian forces advancing through .Bosnia. To distract attention from a, people who have as yet seen no tangible rer suit of successes -proclaimed is Ger- many's scheme, which partly explains the motive of her recent fruitless naval raid. mortifvinff thfiv rntn iian.; .uaLauuu iuv.tvuj ut nib IlC S moruiMng Essence, mej coin- fhe Roj.fll who--is on the, lt Is llnt AIr Marconi plain about the agreement between'Admiralty list of dead, is tlie son oi ls amons thtfte be ippomt France and. England tliey should not j Col. and Mrs. ilcKay ot'Oyama B led senators Av> Kin forget that their unmeasured hie has thit i that I Rer- Diehard Corngan of ictpr Lainvun el "Mi ilitcoin the'honor once !srwii Methodist Tabernacle, Toronio lflas ineligible onm to being under counio- into the arms of France. The; has accepted -a call to the Simpson the age limit Pan-Germans should 'begin by crlticlz-l Avenue'MotiiocHst church, and now Three etrctric heaters have .ing themselves. They are a small' TQinority, 'but they understand how to eiert' B. kind of personal influence the German.people which any day might prove itself in the highest de- the decision -oL the I been shipiicd to the war 7oue Sir Schuster Bart.; -tendered Toronto firm for us in makm mere his resignatioa as chairman ot il e Union of London and Smiths Bank, but the directors :declinecl ;to accept it. comfortable the trenches. The dians, it is will when they jj reach line, gree fatal." ,.ers with them. Mr. Asquith announced in his Shaunavon had an early .Guildhall speech that the-Kins has'fire which for a "time conferred a peerage on Walter threatened' thC" wliole town! Every -After washing oilcloth and lino-? Cunliffe, the Cfovernor oi the Bank citizen out the ilimes leum, be sure to dry it properly. England, fbr 'his services during were fmalh suhiiiiel SS5.QQQ damage was done. The'build-- German ings to suffer were tlie Empress' hotel left 'damp -it- will speedily rot, and i tha' present finallr- become totally spoiled: It is j Dr- E. -Kohlman, "the ____ _ ______ :a'great- use too much wa-1 was recently em total loss of insurance'S3.0, ter for The cloth should ployed by the .Toronto City Works OOOi; Savoy cai'e ?ml MacDuiigall anil and passed over :the' suiface, department; .was" arrested as he was "boiurding a. train for Buffalo, and is hre is unknoup pool hail Ihe origin of the AN INSPIRING ATTITUDE A feature of the recent raid on the "Ybrkshlre coast by a portion of .tha Cerinan flest is the effect it has had Jan. the people England. There has not been the slightest panic, not smallest trepidation, but a. spirit calmness prevails imposed toy the supreme confidence they have hi their fleet ".It is this confidence, permeating every unit of the population, naval', .military, and .civil, that, gives the morale which. Trias battles. Incidents, or the recent nature are looked upon; with equanimity-as are "expected in tie chances of war, hut i finil result is never in, doubt. The spirit which brings about this atti- tude of mind ia a relic of the old Spar- Ian heroism which in modern times tinds its replica in the British ,race Tas-a whole. In no quarter has there heeu any inclination to, criticize those :who hare charge cf navaLdefence, no attempt has been made to :throw any plain e on. them. The authorities 'them- selves reflect tie spirit of the. people isnen they affirm that .not in any cirf cdinstancea Trill'' the i demonstration and loss inflicted by the eaem> lowed to modify uaval policy, which ia being-pursued; To us at this nnfatliomable ehould bloijk.-: pde. But it should ihat the 'British warships, are int otera to-ioow in close for the North Sea is 600 miles in length anu about 400 iuiles in maximum width with an area of square miles. To guard .every square mill woiild be only possible if the Brills] warships had the power of omniprea eace, and with the prevailing of a fog what the enemy has'done..is not alto- gether remarkable. We, with the people of Great tain, are confident that the'fetribu tlo'n which followed in the wake o the Good Hope and Mohraouth. sooner or later, bound to reveal itself: SCHOOL BOARD .ELECTION. POLL- ING BOOTHS complaint has been made and criticism freely expressed as .to the manner In. which the -Rolling 'booths were distributed on the soutti side at' tho recent School Board election: People, for Instance, who lived W6n Sixth Avenuei or between Sixth'and Seventh Avenues on streets such at Eleventh Street, had to journey to Flfetwood. School- to record their votes. Most of these are engaged in business on, _or about, Fifth pass "the Centra! .-School! on'their'.waj. there. It would have been a great convenience if thev were allowed the opportunity toftvote as thcj went to and fro from their offices and stores. Addressed again" hat! evidently not foeen altered In the voters' list, for who lived close to the Acme DRONTO W-E ARB nxc.i.jJsiyB AGENTS McKelvie, The 2M'S McGuire '.KIRKHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. Clean Sweep Sale j mSmSSSSSimiSfSSStiSmmSm r 'i -__u- _ Now for a Sweeping Clean-up Sale'of -grade ens other lines of WintW 'Weight Wearing Apparel for men A Chance of a lifetime to Buy High-grade Clothing at a saving to 50 per eeiit Our Reason: We have too many Suits and Overcoats for this season of the year, and as we do not de.al in every garment has received marching orders, prices are any inducement our store should be thronged from now until after Christmas, as many of the garments will be sold at a less price than we could replace same for from the manufacturer today. SELL WE MUST! COST WILD BEiFORG0TTEN! We are Compelled to ReducW bur Stock Now On! Aii'1 includes the best makes oi Century, Fit-Reform Society Brand Clothes. Don't miss this sale. An investment here meaiib Big bakings. RflAD! 1 lot of Men's Blue and Black Beai ei Cloth Overcoats, regular ilo.OO to Men's rwcpfl Men's TATeed S1800. Sale Men's Tweed 4.20 00. Sale .___... Men's Tweed 12200. Sale Men's Tweed Sale___..... Men's Tweed 00. Sale MEN'S SUITS Puce Pure Sale S12.75 Sill Piice Sale Pure gale Puce 62500. Sale Puce Sale 1 only Rat Lined (heicoat, 'No 1 Otter collar, -reg. Sale 1 only Black Russian Rat Lined Coat, ISTo. 1 LaMador Otter Collar, Rcgulai puce S15000 Sale I'm C'ollaicd mbljci intcilined, reg. Sale.. Bargain Novelties: Table No. 1 Table No. 2 Silk.Hosiery, Ties, Jewel Boxen, Silk-Handker- chiefs, Mufflers, etc., etc. Your choice 75c Tafe No. 3 Fancy Silk Suspenden, HOUM Boxes, Neckwear, A A Your choice Handkerchiefs, Initialled, half dozen In'b ox; Silk Suipsndert ini Arm Band Sets, Collar Boxes, etc. Your McKELVlE M's McGUIRE ;