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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26- 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIL? HSRALD PAGE SEVEN RUIN AND WASTE-IN The town of Bardy iii Belgium lias been shaken to pieces'by lira from .both nlic Allies and liio Gunuimu, aiicl uqw In litter ruin. Inset is picture of King Albert. Mr. C. Seaman, formerly of tlie Im- perial JJnnk staH licre, now of Fnr- nio, spent Christmas the guc-' and Mrs. Emofson Hoiig: I ol Mr. ;SOD. ofiArra'B'i the Germana The town ball London, Dec. British officer returning yesterdcy frcm tuc frunL thus Bunjmad up the -I cannot give detaiiy, iiut can say tills; are on the eve' of driving the Germans out oi Tconlicrn France anJ Belgium. Our ijaiiiiious have nex'- er been better the beginning of L'ne Gieut and good uews may be expected .''This ia coniirmcd ty every Item o[ luforulaliou coming Ivcm the .front. There arc many signa wJiic'i Indicate, fiowiivsr. tbaL Germans are prepar- ing .a .'stronger' cmmtor move, possi- ,biy in region, where they are pouring men, making to doul'wlth large Quiobera of War Lait Lone Lhe war will be a .'Baton L'AIsace. .via positions of. the in" Alsace b'ave changed little lor sonic Lime.1 In parts of the Lundgaii there ace small .conQicts every day, both sides the adversaries spent most, of ilV'.'lVuBsia ia aliudst as. much 1 ated Mitis Cuthbcttton is spending Christmas with friends ia Nantoa. F. 0. Hyde spent Ihe Christmas holiday "with Iricnils at I'incbcr Crtck." L. B. Tooinbs "and Miss Toombs spnnl' C'lu'ijLmas with friends in Nan- ton, Mr! and Mrs. 'I'.oy I-. Sutherland or BdnionlM, are sptnding the Chriit- may season the lattcr's iiarents, '.Mr: and Keynolds, 7tli Avc. S. Kostcr, is at- tcndiiig scllpol' in Ularesholra, is a -tr.v.1 days with Mrs. II. G. Avt.'S. j V. V ME- aud >J.- Shepherd .art' the lioHOay season .parents, Jlr.J and Jlrs. ..John Dixon; at llapli! Creek. Mr. Md -I'-. K. Fisher, oi North Uallloluril, crj with Mrs. Flsii- at unlil aitcr the N7civ Year. Mr. Jas. bull is. spending Hie holi- day with his moUier, Mrs. D.'Dull. Mr. and Jirs. W. A. Levitt and fam- ily arc visiting. Mr. and Mrs. of Piriclier Cresk. Mr. Aliam-Hclii, "ol tte Bank oi Commerce Eiliiiontan, is visit- LUR his brother, Herbert L. Reid. 310 7th Avc., .lor the holidays. Bess Fairlieid, the little da of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Fairficld, of the. Experimental Farm, was the vic- tim ei a painful accident about noon yesterday, wBen she [ell, while stat- j ing, breaking her-arm. The acciilcnl is unfortunate, coming iust. in holt- i day. tinuv' hut the little victim is bearing up under it with the best of spirit One of the holiday season's tune- tions to lyhich. people ate eagerly looking forward, Tvill be the Flower Guild dance on Mandty evening In the K. ol P.. hall. This is one of thr- rcgular monthly dances which have been proving so enjoyable Ritchie Donnan came doivn After; Xmas Specials On Sale Tonight 7 to 10 Is There Some Little Gift That You Had Forgotten? Toys Just Toys !cU. must foe cleared out. selling at Half L'rlce. Dolls Dressed Dolls, juaL 5 in the Jol. regular 50c.. Dressed S ill Llio lot, regularise.. Dressed Dolls, jiisL IS in, Ihi- lot, Drsst-rd Dolls, just 7 ill tllfi lot. values to 55.00...Half Price Note Piijicr tie Luxe Special in hlsh Bride NoLu Paper, crepe lawn; ..rssu- lar 50c (lur.lity Tonight Men's "K" Boots Bln.ck and Tan Bluchcr Boots [or men in woII .licQivn -'K" mctfels; lenthers lire sslpated Glace Kill ;ir.d Box Calf. The beat elioe for for style, for duality. Regular SG.OO for Men's Night Gcnvns Men's Night Gouiis of import- ed KlnnneleLte In plain white iiinfl quality, large and roomy; regular Ladies' Night Gowns Ladies' Night Gowng In pink ami whlto FlaunelcUc, raffle U'inimcil, long sleeves and lay ilown collar. Ladies' Corsets 65c New style In Ladies' Corsets, wlme coiitil, 4 hose supports: regular S5c. Just 25 pairs to clear at Voiir Fruit Special in Ihe Grocery Section Per dozen 2 Pounds for APPLES 6 poundE for 25c Hudson's Bay Co. The GermaiiChaiicellor's Fata IN NEW YORK TIMES) Wiien von Bethniahn-HtArtveg saya hibit Vienna .was not after tht .note that war nculd have been impossible dispatched not world I knew its contents but at that earlier it londoa had warned Stx Petersburg 'that Encland would not allow a Con- tinental war to tle.Aua- tro-Servlah :be makes an admlealon that li..fa.Ul to himself and to bla government. If England could have iiied her yets with .this great ef- fect; the becomea Irre Isistlble and it le forced" upon' us that Mr from to spend Christmas with- hi.1; brother. JVIr. I-Iueh Donnan. j ventod not only. would -tfcere liavo If Germanj had gl en a 111 e earning to Austria war would have been pre their :timc, in fortifying their posi- irrench and he.ai eacli fortress since the war beiah tlons and improvihB. their trenches, -other at'nirfht time..-.Some of Iortreas since the war .began.r--.--. ilons nnd'iinprbving their trenches., -other talking at nififht of The first'snow light, on (he level'! tlie Ffcncli they have! ground, has-tiuan place in .Alsace: It j even .heard their loss snoring, but] Tvas only a small aflair, but it show- ell what to happen-ofbendurT UIR the long winter months. For three d'a.ys there had been, heavy rains all over the district from the Swiss frontier.toj the. Upper Vosges, and the water rose'.'Rradually-until the French wote'.'lraM.idecp.in" it. .Eorly.Mn the morning.a battery :qlj otjiers that origin of this "BARNEY" Boise, Idaho, Dee. noise is that say to'frp'in' the Ida'lid state 'peiiitentlafyvqii yesterday. Two were sons of Frank eaeli-othar before going Thursday' night was the Christmas, nacht'; Gott night, and G oil; bless" Wallace hanker, Incarcdrate'd less 'than GERMAN "BUBBUE-BURST j two years ago to serve an indat'ermin-; ate sentence' at hard labor upon' coii- 3RAVE BOY LOSES LIFE TRYING TO SAVE OTHERS Yarmouth. N-S., Dec. young 'boys were drowned at Acadia Biirrcl; aged 12 and 7, and George, ad- opted, son of Judspn Crocker years o'id. The oldest hoy was drawing the two little fellows on a he to a. tliin snot in tlio'ice. He stopped himself, hiit the .sled went through. He bravely the rescue of the ij'ttJBiqnus, and lost his life.in tlie at- The bodies Awre recovere'd. ICTIM AND HER HOME iiilto-.falK .While-it did not impejE choMe their .own .-moment to drive tilio, EUaaers to any. ex-Untj it in-j the enemy back toward the Rhine to of Cjsrman sharp-1 .Although "are of. (If- as .they, sniped at. the .men with 'the'.'spades. EAGLES .UNBER WATER tiw French '.trenches tmcii'.nrtriHairly the 1'. had "been improvftd. ''J -occurrence, excitement thai) ilisPariiiooir.. Bor- deaux. The _--.-.. are ittili. worl 'el rli to awi irtlllerr. It was no.w''Jtbe turn of the w.ho were., also to .But they :were i "But aren't you afraid 'they! will I Mked ol .ij ll'e on the FrericfTslde. tJtc bprdar.! snow kecauEg'i Bosciie will neyor nwi-.pn.Iy otto or pieces .of' Scon they-are going .'to LB ouiiicu-. artillery, with wbjch lo reply to Jla-b'as1and packed across-.; Krencii --the; tie T-: rc.mainoj.master cf i'lr3 situation, j and, 'the', enemy, who had rtcen. hiding'. .'.S.QNfr SOLDIERS- SANG' _; u'ndErRrbund: durinir-'.tlie four hours' In" a large farmhouse on 'a -.bo.Tiharrinieriti' preferfqd to remain in where I was stop cpnic out into j wet about.'.'thii-ty sol- 'Th.eVsnrjBstoiin lias but, it; ThL-ir'alotljcs their" boots is i'oncejtnptei. raining heavily, and it-' ivcre many of is some of the them iverc inishivoil'; and -.yet' thcro was a gfineral ind "animated "discus- sion on ths latestfm.asculWe tasliibiis. iu winter T- BonrJ of IK. Royal Academy ;-'oS Music Royal College ci Music ENGLAMS. for Itcal Examlnallons in Miisle U Mijtslf Uie Excmlnallons -Opnnla.il> of ..of The' in Prnsllral nnrl will be llcld lluollgllQIlt. CfiilaJnln'Mayaliri Ipi'i AilcxamOi- TJtfepry fcn'ily will bc.held Jxorfnihcr Iilh iguj to be ujiilc by October l lue ibcul nt.lBiutd fin oppl.taii (loll to'- v thrlr pi Si.crclntf lor. t VcjcTicr5 Mftmlli ij-- "-i For .'JThliro.'s. ho I Tiimjlicer..'Uui Long Tlicn ckcr liCUoijg.lire dicer Hie macle; the iiosche? I Mrs Campbell of Macleod wa the Christmas gusst oE her daugnter Mrs. Cr. H.-'Tinning; Macleod-has In'd the way tor Leth-, bridp- and' Medicine Hat in contrihu- tioni for the Women a Motor Arobu lance; To Macleod and the'tri- hutary district has. sent in J760 with "been no ContinLjjtal war there would hue been no liar all, If to dam a the ia jaslest aiifi surest near the The source'Tiae Austria, Her seizure of- Bbania vina- was the'. remotBr. her-'.ultim'atum to Senia the cause oi the several points Had well, stijl'to hear. (rom. war. The Servian note disclosed her In tha attitude of about throw her It i tie ss How ever, it is hoped a special .effort during .thp. next few.days will bring fort In the. few-hundred needed, and that the money for; the amlyulaace will so forward about-f-New Year's. ,n ondary at best and ID al] Gerpian> advice, and received :tbe aasurano .of German aupport In her madnesn It is all In the official1 German., memoran- dum Germany >aa consulted, ahe coneented encouraged and sanctioned proceeding Tlian, ehe the told the other that bed ghen Austria J a frce hand That was the time to sny no; that Iqr the Ger minj It arid did the othqr thing, U lien the Chancellor 9 ay B that If Fnglund had set her face flrtalyagaluBt then Germanj s action arf dmptlJator between St Pef and Vienna would, have been successful his words ring false and hollow In dur ears. We. ia. thja, GO'UII- try Itno'w who tilocked mediation.. Edward Grey ujed. all, UJB powers tOf persuasion and appeal to bring about a mediation- In which two 'of- the. .Bit' teote attd two of, allied should use their good offkea WHB the obtUcle There mediation iras defeated The American public cannot fooled or misled )n this matter too The time For Berlin to Jn lie too will acquainted with the facts The Dramatic Arts Section ol the. Mathcsis'cliih will-meet on Monday] afternoon" with Hc'ssey 1012 7th Ave S at 3 o clack sharp ESSAD PASHA'S PALACE FlpED Lordon Dec dispatch from Durazzo; Albania.'to the Central1 News says that'the palace of Essad Pasha at 1 irna has been set afire The ier> life of thoae Eastern hill IOD gardens ia the sealed Salada package None but the beat and youngeit laaTea are blended to form this wooderiul tea Mrs. Moon, who W recently, la In front, od h dltrlng the hohioardlneiit of Harllepool anile on Dover Strwt, A Germ n iheH e" A Toronto .JWoli n- __ _-_ _ 1 1 IB IH As fprihclfort, the. front. bJ .the hU.c-. .V.UMLU tt, ceivej ruujora.ol is in iust mari raids, 'but eayS they, tfsre uho languid, -leepless and pHyncally get im- mediate re'iriardlatting frorri iho regular use m Scott's rrteatfc It? chict cnnititwiit it freateit iKxIj-liulliiinf ta atrtoctM the onJw tat k DF) I LIEBNECHT 1- Germsn Socialist member thel Re chatag the only o-ie to vote against the waTTredif at the recent He charges the German war GREETINGS FROM THE KING pnt Dec TJomm Ion na al department wal by the. British, AdnmltS morn. Ine that tliolr Majesties King George and Queen Mnry hJil the (onow Ing Lo all the officers aud men In the Imperial navj and I tend to the off! cers and men oC the naij good wishes for ChriBtmag the New Year (Signed) LATE BENATON KIRCHHOFFER Senator Joiih Nea'nlt Vlrrbhtrftet, whoie death innounccd was a Oouneruitive tad M4 appoint ed to thp Senile In 1892 was nalrre ol Ireland thd camrto Cannda in and practised IHW at Port Hone and MHlbrwk Hll wife was a of -well known MuhodHt Btaliitf, t B The roved, to in lisa He trMUil Plum Craek Mfdt- Biyofof ruldenn In liter n 4 of the GMntt M ;