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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAWFOTJR' THE UK T H B RJ D A) t ;Y H E R A'L D SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1914 Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATE8 Dally, delivered, per year..... Daily, by mail, per year...... .Weekly, ly mail, per thiB hns beoa regarJcii as arsri- rv mont affllnst tile Old Man river pro- IDCl'nlO JMt. it should be passed up. The majority o( the rarnwrs'in the Gloi- chen IKIVP made a success of j irrigation, under conditions similar to 'thoEo which are. blamed by the fail- iso the necessity of assimilating our} foreign population by giving them tho j opportunity at bocoinlng acquainted with ideals''ahu British his- tory. 14.00 3.UO 1.00 Meanwhile there. Is an. .pp.tning for citizens with patriotic Weals to organ- for their failure-, proving thntjizo a start of, voluntary teachers 'or rhat Dr. Williams says is correct. [giving the roreignsrB o( Staffonlville Uiy opportunities they are anxious t'or. AN OPENING .FOR VOLUNTARY Et-'FO'RT TELEPHONES Business Ofllce Editorial Office ls W. A. Buchanan "tin Toi-ranco Itoaelng Director Business Manager f Many of the foreigners in Stafford- Sugar Co. has to move 1263 1834 THE WAR SITUATION TODAY If tlie report is true that tiio Kulsht Merry I A little previous .-inaylT.. but Uic col. onh comes once n week and uuxt iSuturilny is the-, niuniins aCteiV IJ. R. doesn't li'tlicvo- in doing things.liy Halves. .Uctting elected io its j only half thn battle. villt> have. understand. been itiak- trip urgent rociiiet-ls for facilities for acquiring a knowledge of English. The OS UP susi-Jon ami. cause us to do ii Plaut lo Oroaf Falls, it is a blow to it the south country that should bring! irrows '.i discontinuation of tho night schools [little thinkia? been keenly felt. ..This the decision is tin hue been on a question of pconomy on Details of the recent uaV: tlnuc to liolcl tiie cable service, loav- al mid con-J c.' Some plan of ;ir- havitig !rangement is to bo made between tho (truste mont. towards It Is to otl ures arrived at to settle a corresponding OK...... .....___ ____ Hod OHtc Toronto. iug practically blank the course of campaign in the comlnenial area of war However, we have tho assur- auce thai the Allies are continuing Catholic rehgion. their progress in Flanders. seized the first of ihtf enemy's The advance made inland has had the Belgian coast, where is said the Allies have reached, if not already occupied, In the eastern .campaign the Ger- mans are busy endeavoring to cut railway communication belween Lodz and Warsaw. The critical point of operations, however, is south of Cra- cow where important developments may be soon expected. The enemy to the north bare been merely held ib'ack- by the Russians without any particular offensive movements, and the Russian efforts appear to ZX> con- centrating In the south from which the main invasion of Germany is evi- dently directed. The Allies in France and .Belgium are being heavily reinforced by troops from Great Britain in the last few flays, conveyed in thousands to Havre. The presence of British warships in a tight .cordon to_._ guard the with, the consequent depletion -.of ihe, fleet further north, may partly explain the getting of the German cruisers past the in the recent raid. the Public schcc-1 trustees, and a feeling that some, part of the expense should be -borne by the Se-p- If the cause of result of tho fail- of our farmers to grow the ueces- If you are satisfied, with the'Ways of the Gas t-Ue col. ejects-yoil will Iiuve-u iliiri-y Xnias. Ii not, expect your pleasures will tinged sary beot's and our housekeepers j with sadness by anticipation to buy the .product of the factory, then j of your DeeembeHbill. e have only ourselves to ulauie. We arate schools in thai tho majority 01 jare tuo intent on seeking green fields the way, have you noticed1 your the adult students are of the Roman far away, passing oysMlip ppjpprtuni- i gas' lulls aviate this" winter If not. a working armnge- hoped that mess- ties right at our verv door, it's time ilo a little- rummajjiiig 'ami fmii ymir learned our iessoii arid 'got down j to brass tacks. Grumbling 'about our. hard luck won't keep our factories j bills. Then compare and conUru- running. A little hard work matter which is important If we reai-ipay better. would harp on what boob: j awny our only j year's, 0 Lord have 12 or 13 years'to wi-ro to pvi> ise. Twelve Established 1873i A PLA6UY ORATOR "When a nation. .has its strung nerves tsnse in the presence of a crls1 is ever} thing which humanity holds -dear .is lit' stake, it has no place and no pa tience with ihrs individual who erf dealers to introduce his jarring "views into the arena the people Uie capital _. showed when iffev refused to give Tlenri Bourassa a hearing at the .Russell Theatre Bourassa has" to _ congratulate him.-- that he got so as he dW. If he had been: maltreated; at lie hands ot the audience he would only have had-himself to 'blame, and itf would have been a punishment he richly deserved, r'Eeriri Bourassa is a type of individ- ual Tvho is not to he found in Canada felone. He is-a cranlc. of the megace- pljalous, or swollen head, variety with tortuous views to which, lie has the self-assurance to believe he can con- the hearers of his blatant ora- tory. Happily men of the' Eourassi breed are few and far between. They crop up occasionally like some black fend gruesome figure to blur the land- but speedily disappear behind horizon. If the flerv Nationalist was taken, seriously he would by now be within lock and foar The fact that ke is allowed at large may foe gener- busly put down to the insignificant estimation of his influence. ought by now to have re- fceived his quietus If his recent ex Jwriehce is not sufficient to instil tne good sense into him that it is a time when he hide himself, and Should ha break out again, then for the sake of puMic decency at this ora elal period he should be restrained prom any further attempts which may trmd to disturb the public peace DISPOSING OF AN ARGUMENT It _lB_interosUn ptand taken in favor of irrigation farming by Dr, ot tana's most- extensive -trrigationistgr Particularly compelling Is his referz ence to'a hardpan. Gertaifil farmers ifr.pm Gleiche'h'-. district hare endeavored to wet-bfenket ttfe proposed Old Man river1 project, on ground that there might be a hard pan in existence somewhere in Varea proposed to be irrigated. They made a failure where the hard- 'jpan exists, and the irnsatora in the district have made a sue- of at where no hard pan exists, the hard pan Is responsible the failure, and there must be line somewhere, and not 'ifticar Barons? That is their argil v In other words, there a xwolf in the countrj. conseQ'iently we nthouiM cease raising sheep. It Vrftiighty convenient, when one mikes, rfft faflufe of anjthing on which to lay the blame, but a ipoor workman who complains JA of his "Dr has shorfn" irrigation can 'be made successful, where a hardpan exists, and if OF CANADA The Safest Oi Ail Small Investments 'is a Savings Accoant -n-ith the Standard Bank of Canada. Interest is paid Trith .unfailing regularity every half year or added, to the principal and the strength arid resources of the Bank are a 'guarantee of the safety of the money deposited. Withdrawals may be 'made' without unnecessary delay. -Capital and Reserve Assets over 6.842.6D7 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, 315, Street N. ;B_ G. F. BLETCHER, Manager. Jitiperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up Resei ve Fund............. Total Assets Over............ Head ROBERT JAFffRAY, President P. HGWLAND, Vice-President -SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT of 11.60 and upwards and lut.oreit from date of deposit. BRANCH. ..W R SEATLE, Manager M'cver try to burn ait 1 It won't burn.. The Knissr's a threat little granil- stander. Puts a ieUow in mind of a ball pitcher who can hurl bvei: tlie plate for no-hit gayie one.tlar, and gets cliascd qti the' lot the next? His little raid oil England was a no- hit just a. little grandstand to keep up the spirit of 'the 'Hans' :in the bleacher's. -'r- After which'John1 Bull, ct. al-, will proceed to chase him to the1 hush. Helpful hints to busy Santa Glaus A little pep. for our city commis- sioners. Fifty thou to pay the street Tail- way deficit. A couple ol for Kaiser Bill: A little luck for Sir John.'Jellicoe the next time those German .cruisers get cocky anil coiue out of the .Kiel !Kennel. i a ior Sunny Southern Alberta. i Truth crushed to earth was -squelch-. ed. i Can it ever rise" again The French have ;issurd a book- th'at1, th'ey ha'Vc a yelldw l The ginks who iampen -the.two planes free and ins must, have ha'd a, Give a illette you say saajk-tiiat Turk- ish K Why. Holftrook, H'm. I like THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOIJB WlUa, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance PoQciea or other valuables in one of these boxes Thomas Cardy, a the 26th Battalion at St.' acci- dentally shot In the. by a .com- rade. His injuries afs" not- serious. .King George has approved' the- pro- posal td: utilize as au imergency hospital fpfe -wqtindied sol- tiers.- Captain 'son of Ma- jor J. -H. ?DjLo Cool- more" House. Thomas the front. Miss Flora Mitchell "piit; in _a fit of --iaSEUiityj It is believeci, committed suicide. y'es- terday by Bunging io.' Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, fflgr. A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada in the names of two persons, that if -one dies the family funds are not fed up just they are likely to be most needed. The survivor can withdraw the money without delay or foijmali.ty. 'lt over then open a joint Account OF CANADA 3RASSY LAKE BRANCH A B KINO, Acting Manage' CETHBRIDGB BRANCH TINNING Manager THEROYALBANK.OFCANADA Reienre Funds 'SfSATCD SAVINGS DEPARTMENT jOnebolUr. latereat is credited yearly. JOINT ACCOUNTS Account MHTcnient. Either person (or the survivor) may optnte the account LITHBrHOGE BRANCH M. AITKEN, FOR THE Donald McLaughlin, an" yict 'from Ceptral'- Prison, was 'seiit- enced to th'rae .peni- tentiary for hpusebre'aiin? Brldge, Oni" Governor Prison .ha? poard._.of Control to-.-tesigiir tb.e fes- cuse for. Lhe he'-ls incapable. _ Instnictions raise tile streiigt.hV 2nd King Ejd ward's "Houna- Ibw cavalry vljarr'achs 'iKi "England 'by the raising of ah Hdaitronai'BQuadro A recruiting being ganized on (Re- serve) Battalion of the -JDuke Cam- bridge's Own and with the object of obtaining, ,500 Sergeant Richard? the Iloyalrlrish Fusilier's, ?6'f "Belfast, lias been awarded by govern- ment with .the Cross -Miljiaire of 4ho Legion of Honnr for conspicuous brav- ery on. the field of battle, f. Boulders supposedly thrown on, -the track by a heavy landslide beavy rains, cayged tfaiiiito Derail on; jump ithe eEnisirfg- th'e'vvdeathCof Brakeman J. A. Rellia B.O. Afr. W.. G-.. Gamblj? -.ynj re-eiecteti president ;of the' FTeseAyBHeyxTeach- ers' Institute, at the tbiM annual con- vention, held in recently, D. A. Moore "was" and Miss -Me Adam secretary-treaaur- er. BR'ER WILLIAM'S1 PETJf ION. (Atlanta1 ConstitiiHon) "Lawd, put it in de hearts er dc make do cuniih' .Christmas a hailelula season dat de wrfnk- !ed ole I'a -troubles so fur away dey'll never ffnil back ag'i an' cone.nmc all dcm troubles s nuttin' mo'n aehes an' a imall pile at A gift of a GillptteTSafety" Razor appeals to one of mans strongest his love of ease and comfort. It makes shaving quick and pleasure instead of a task. So naturally it wins his whole-hearted appreciation, renewed every morning. ..-4 Then there are the favorite Standard Sets and the handy Pocket Editions.in a great variety of Plated Metal and Leather Cases, at prices from to Or you can pick out a Combination Set, as elaborate as you wish at prices up to You cannot choose a mort practical Its feature a stocky, heavy Jiandje Christma. Gift for the man who ii work- ing away at home, while for the soldier boy who is oft to the front it U even more acceptable. The selection of Gillette Sets is this year belter than ever. There is the new "Aristocrat" a'sujieifb' Set in white French IvOry, blade boxes to match, with a handle of new and graceful shape, as illustrated. The patriotic "Bulldog" out just a month or two, has made a tremendous "hit" that. gives a new balance moiit men fika. The case is of pay handsome arid business' like. These two new Gillette Sets are priced as in Silver Plate, in Gold Plate. The "AEISTOCRAT" new Gillette Set in French Ivory. Look over I he anortmcnl at your Dealer's. If you do not find just the jet you want, write ta and me sec you are Gillette Sifetf Hjzor Co. of Caaada7Llmlted Montreal. SQUADRON Fatal voyage .of Von Spee's war- ships. The course traversed-'by the German, squadron which, fied from Tsing Tau, is this map. The. voyage consumed four months. Christmas Gift ..i Once in a you may find yourself in that is.niot "Made But Christmas gifts are another story. One's: choice is riot limited to> any partiibiilar article. The gift thit you to one of your friends may help to give a job to Sbtne poor fellow who's out of work, if it's Made in Cinada." There's nothing he'U appreciate more. j For one thing that is not "Made in Canada there are dozens that are, and which will make just as appropriate and useful and acceptable gifts. There's no excuseifor not making this A "MARE IN CANADA" CHRISTMAS, f ;