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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE frA It Y HERALD MONHAY, DECEMBER 21, 1914 AND WEEKLY delivered, yer year. Dftiiy. by mail, year, Weekly, by mail, per year: 14.00. SOO 100 prove1 that, -The niiurxvho cut off the and, unconscious it> worse a raur derer.. Is .it-any woudcr. that feeling in Britain runs attest en niv nhen' doc rife oltiiiL. 83 this j related "by can be laid to the charge of Germans in the field? tisks the Toronto Globe. TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial 122 W. A. Buchanan John Managing IMreeior Only ihree more shopping Unys be- foro Christmas. TWENTY WEEKS OF WAR Twenty and rout of armies. H has beeu eeems-to rbe'their stopping place series of siege battles with positions ihPir eastern excursions, taken and retaken many over.' k In this respect the present campaign j differs in'every respect irom all other j ijoffre-French orthographical wars. The reason for it is tiie intro-j IWcu1iarity which indicates the clo ductibn aeroplane, keeping tliejaiilanco between Britain and Fran oppoaics commanders alive to every Wfty io a simiiar gem whic movement made, and so preventing anything in tlie -shape of secret at- tacks or-the.luirliDg of forces-against' weak points oil which oU time com- manders depended so rmwh on vic- tory. The progress of the campaign so far can only be judged generally by ground gained and ground tost, with" the deciding factor still to follow. In] the general taking iu cf the situation the advantage, particularly in the last few days, rests with the Allies in Bel- gium and France. Here a remarkable advance has been made by the Allies 1913. 'I am R veteran of the Crimean and the rncmri'Mutiuy; volunteering from the' Royal Artillery Into the Royal Engineers, and ?ervcd under Lord Roberts during the' liiuifm Mutinr, am a pensioner of th.e British Government. Fierce hand-to-hand fighting and continual exposure left me a great sufferer from Rhcnmntisra, so much so that my legs swelled up, .iuaViugii impossible forme to walk. They cured me cf both the Rheumatism and Constipation. In my icgular employment, I walk thirty miles day tnd enjoy perfect GEORGE .WAI.KSR. abox; 6 ior trial size, At all dealers or .sent ou receipt 'ol price by Pmit-a-tives Limited, Otuwa proves- that. German ''Kultur" is the Turk variety: KUL: TUR TUR KEY James Corrigun, a reservist jfllned from w who have arrived at within two jij. of Arras, which lias been by the enemy since he retreated after the bat-, tie of the Marne. It may be taken the fact of the progress towards' from St.--Jves, England, where he ing11'- from a severe shrapm says of. Ypres, in which bait] he got his 'wound: "Ypres crowne the lot; it was Hell with the lid cle off." Mr. Corrigan appears to serving" with a Scotch regiment, bu her apparently has an .Irish tongue i: TC there is any way to head off proposal, of. the Knight Sugar Co. ti Arras that the Germans have been JHIOVTB Its from "Raymond, the cleared from Laasigny, lower down. Boards where h. right renorted to rest. Further advance has been made by the Allies towards La Bassee. This progress indicates that the will be speedily, .driven from., the northwest of France, aud, coupled with his steady retreat in Belgium from the Ypres district towards Thielt and Thorout, the sweeping movement of the Allies may be said to-have be-: gun. In Poland mystery more or less sur- rounds the campaign. It looks as it the Russians are being beaten' back towards 'Warsaw, aud it-is-not-im- probable that the Germans may suc- ceed in their third attempt to occupy the city. it remains to .be determined whether this is a part of >the Russian strategic plan to -cover important operations south of Cracow of Trade, of the south shoiik get bus .And the moat effectual way WGuId be, to; get the farmers to sign up and actually grow enough beets fo a gpfyd fall'mn of 125 days. If the could get that guarantee wa believe they would change thel: minds.. And why can't we, right in the middle of one of the best irrigat ed tracts in" America, give them tha Colorado and Utah th( sugar .factory, is the, landmark of j If. we allow thisf opportunity to slip out of our grasp It.'may be a long day before we {jet another AN AUTHENTIC MUTILATION STORY So many of the statements respect- ing the mutflation of children and grown up persons during the first few from the recentlypub' lished French yellow book may es- plain why. Von Moltke was fired by he Kaiaer: ;The commonplaces to the re- sponsibility .-of the said Gen yon Mp'tke, "must be disregard- ed "VSTien war has- become necessary t must he. -by ranging all chancts .an one 3 own side. Success a'onc It Germany cannot, weeks of the war have been found up- on Investigation to .be without roundja- tion that the public begins To display scepticism toward even well-authenti- cated cases- It is necessary, there- fore, to affirm that there were infam- ous things done during Ihp German, t ,ro entirelj ti e de ignaiion of those who did them as Runs. Hers a statement takea from the News -of St. Joan's, Xewiouadlandi that is true eWorld di piHe Migs Eileen McCaUtmi Daughter Sir Henrj McCaHum torneriv Governor of Newfoundland, writmg recently to Miss Agnes Ha1 a scnool girl of St. John's, told this story; raotner, and dadd- me in the car When I armed home ail 01 A sudden i saw a hospital nurse spring into so Immediatelv someone must be ill, but it turned out we have two-wounded -officer's in. ani" not, giva Russia time to jar will be obliged to maintain in the eastern frontier 'a rorce which would leave her in a iposi- Lion of equality, if not of inferiority, in regard to France Therefore n. h of to flur adyersarv out-of that we are, souig to havQ Tyar, must begin, war without wait- ing iq. ordajr brutally, all-re- sist once Von Moltke failed get the jump on'the other fellow, and was relieved of his dujlea, P IICKEDUPIN ASSING FOR THE BU5V'MAN Records are fine Christ- mas gifts to Vidrola owners. Any "His Master's Voice" dealer will gladly give you a of the newest Victor Records and play any music you wish to hear. Ten-inch, double-sided Vidlor Records--90c for the two selections. The late T. F. Calcler. ,of .Saskatoon, left an estate rained at Knox PresTiyteriiin' eburch, Peter- boro, lias extended a call to Rev. M.r. McKenzie. of Laclmte. Que. Rev. F. J. Snwers of Peterboro will i being inarte in the'ollicers become rector of St. Peter's Anglican .December 23rcl the (jate D( For Sale at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridge Hotel DISTRICT NEWS TRAVERS NEWS Travers, Dec IT Mr and Mrs. Elliott, 7, a fine boy. The U. F A held their nmiqal. election last So-turdu, SOUIL Changes church, Cobourg. Kight hundred western 'farmers crossed to England last week to speud Christmas. Sir John Barker, tlie millioniiire de- partment store owner, is dead- at Lon- don, Eag. He was 72 years of age. The Standard Bank-has opened a branch at -first- branch east of Ontario. Levi re- nomiaatcd py Qu'Appelle, Sask., LiV eraU. .__, Rev Calvin McQuestan. B.- A., has called -to St.. Andrew's phurch, Que. Mrs. Ross, jarrister, is: dead. She liad been long of P. E. J. Rev. A. Acme, has appointed rector of the parish of Ogden, .'_ Hants, N. 3., Liberals' hare nomin- ated L, H. Wind- or, for the'Hotise :of Commons. St. Presbyterian Church Ladies' Aid, Moose' claims a re- ord, .during the North On t, Ubeiuls, have nominited, Archie HIslep, P. P., or the .House of Commons., J. J. Ward, for. many years a con- roller in th'e Torontb city council, is ead. The Very.Ray. Dr. Ijennox Williams as been elected" of Quebec. Thos. R, eeve of Hutlngi IB ead. Capt. J. H. FesRenden, of the Eng- army serYic's cdrpi, belonging to lamilton, OQt> promoted to e major. r Rev. been placed In charge Sunday School ocul the will be held aUcrwardsfatt.hc.feail in1 town. Ever> one uekonte A watch service be Year's eve in the hall piogram will occupy the earh nact of tlia evening. The watch service slartg at 11.30. A light lunch will b'a seryed. The Grecman s hau all gona to the farm for the., winter. Hazel Greeman is visiting in LOMOND NEWS air. Farrell has" an -outfit drilling for water. It'is proposed to make" a rink when arrives. This be beneficial to the lonely winter riftmths Mrs. Farrell and daughter arrived at their'new home last week was t6 be held by the Farmers' Union on the1-9th, was held oh the 15th. The many jack" rabbits, around Hera te being. taken for Getman messen- gers, and-'are being out c These snoVialiiE the farmer smile, and uell he might, lot it is mainly the .moisture depends on for Mclntosh ivas startled' from bis midnight Clum- bers by noise in the region ol his poultry house, and looking out be saw night prouler ttymg to cany There are Victrolas in great variety oi Styles from to VICTROLA XVI r The inurement which il utitiuntBti iudsad Berliner Co., Limited Street, Mnntrea] _ DEALERS IN EVERY TOWN AND .CITY Victor Records in Patronize Home. SHOT BY.GERMAN SPY Pte. Edward Graves of the First Canadian Contingent who while drill- ing at Salisbury was shot in by a German spy. Hie relatives in Canada- did not know of''his-enlist- ment __ Mason Risch, Limited 21 WESTERN BRANCHES; 404 Street South. evening; feel much pleased with their first attempt, and wish to thank all those who' co-operated -withi .them; to make this a- success. j We wish, also to extend ]a" vote o! r.. -J._, __ to Mr and Mrs, Harper, who off two turltejs, but to kindly tiunei over their restaur- one after nusliH it He vu i. -i but it tarn Iron erawlia knees. Emt "'ie ail Jaadn tute M guaranteed be will Tte jcvermrnimrfcM ItnuW Food-xtuff paper 15 m utt ttou ant for our uae Proceeds ol ud -bazaar- j Sunday, DM. to j Hr and Mrs Chris Jeosen, a nine-, potutd baby inl f Gep ,T) 3 business trip have the least art. Hand made cutters ate on gram and these quaint vehicles are very serviceable and WARNER The young folks are enjoying the ce every evening on the new bkatmg rink in town. the house, are coming nett week The two here at present ons and Captain Anstruthet of ihie Yorkshire Yeomanrv The fornjer "was hurt m Ins tlinh badlv and" is wounded in the head, ibut the doctor he will be b> Christmas, the other ooor fellow. Cap- tain has no hands, it Is too dwful He was sligliUv Bounded and left unconscious on the field, and the Germans damp along and cut off both his hands left him I reaH; think it is aijout the cruelest thing they could do to a raaa He is fear fully pluckv and to- if once when I went in to hLnu We talking about and I' -was trving: to nucls hrrq up b> telling 'him things we do when he "be came better, and he said 4 you ever dragon, -as, I. Jim such a baby it' told him always did, he was getting quite' tted over the thought, when all of ho remembered about his and sort of stopped 4nd T'Oli, I I won't be able to; .thought it too iiearlr cried 011 the spot" in Alberta British ith heftdquarten at Calgary A. L. Fftwer, has been amjnated ae the Conservative candi ate for the House of Commons in PEL f Bve-elections created by held their first; langes will take place In New runswick, Car- ton -county on Jan Rev. A. L. Swayne, ot 'Bojv Island, as at .one time senior .citrate of the hurch of Slariiiis at Scarborough, ngland was damaged by the erman bombardfhenu Application is fbeing made the berta Law-Society, to -have .Norman urray and Arthur W Bbbett, of ermilioii, struck; from the. lists as wyers for unprofeasional eonduct Dr J W Richardson of Calgarj i who has been, doing workfiin London and Edinburgh has received a commission in the Rosal Array1 Corps. Ontario's two cavalry regiments will be commanded by Lt Col Gregory St Catharines, and Major Riches To ronto. Lt-Col'G.vA. Smart, -Montreal will command the Quebec cavalry re gimeat are visiting at the home of Mr. John Harper. Miss: Grace Tinney gave a sleighing party, tp.a number -of. her gitl.IrirDds 'Saturday .evening, Dec. 12th. will-be a Christmas program m the cnutth Const- .rnas Eve., Dec. 24th. Everybody wel- W- Miller, contractor and farmer, Liberal NOTICE POLICY HOLDERS AND THE-ASSURED: -HaViiig severed my- connectiou with. UIQ Aiierta Loaa- and Investment all Insurance carried toy EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO., NOHIWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE CO., GUARDIAN FIRE, ACCIDENT GUARANTEE, f' .-.NOPtWllCH UNION ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS; FIREMAN'S FUND AUTOMOBILE; wiU my personal attention as these have all been trsJUferred to me. A continuance your W. A. LEVIJT Temporary 10, Aibefta Block TEMPORARY PERMANENT PHONE--518 POST OFFICE-BOX 518; AFTER FORTY-FOUR to "points jn. 21 comnujnesjjpf Alsace will require- -only- two-cent, stamp. means that7 after forty four years untter rplet'ese districts form .a -part of the soil OL Prance in- an! actual administrative sense. A official notice that s of great value as a historical docu pent has betjn posted at the chief ost offices throughout France It lotffles the public that This schoolgirl is JtQof ttactial to Ibe officer was uncoWcWufe on "the tattle when ho was mutilated. There, be no question that he was t British officer, and not a "sniper." lite Uniterm and ELECTRIC FUTURES MAKE SPLENDID XMAS (GIFTS YOU CAN BUY THEM AT off AT OUR Removal Sale AND AT jTf ACTIVE GOODS AND V -PRICES ARE LeicesterElectric Co CMj. Ntar YMCA LIEUT. GERALD I. WARNER Of the'uotli Winriipej; Qrenadiere now encamped PJain who betoro leaving for England married Miss E. of ,Mr. I. PltWado, a prouilotnt 'Wlihliieg fluaa- c Roblln, Toronto, Solo Agont in Canada' ;