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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fttB LETrf OG.E DAILY HERAf-H "foeralfc ,e, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTS t delivered. pel1 ytar..... by mall..per y6ar...... by mall; per year...: J4.00 S.OO 1.00 I TELEPHONIS Dullness Ofllce 1252 Editorial OBes W. A. BucTiartan John Hatiaelng Director Business Manager I BY RUSSIAN "CAMPAIGN jNewa from the battle fronts In i rueasreness indicates that'no pfilpali progress has been made by any ojf.ih opposing and .the sHiiatiorT-i general Is, In the hackneyed phrase'o tlie official commuriicat-ocs, pradtiea ly unchanged. A deadlock In' bot zones of battle'apparentljt' the; present, Tlie campaign ia Poland still'hold tho would be ot this moment to deal ernlly.; At the commenceinent of' th a GerniaB army jmd .concentralet itself -behind the river WartJie in iii sian territory, west of Lofiz. which tne .Germans DOW occupy, and at point where the river Sow? caHy" parallel to the Vistula where il passes Warsaw. The Invasion of. Po- land-was made 'by three German for ces when the Russian offensive -began, "Frorti the north in the flistrict of Thorn the Germans advanced against the Russians who had invaded- East Prussia, clearing them from their rltory and penetrating Russian te.rri- tqryjas- far as the NJemen. This fensive, however, was not maintained, and in face of the Russian opposition the enemy slowly fell back on his frontier. Here the Russians advanced gaming ground aJoug the sMazunaa lakes. j The second German armv had been entrenched behind the War- s" Cured Paraly- zed Bowls and Digestion ST. pn SHA-WTNlQAM, Qtm. Felx 3rd. 1914. :'It is a pleasure to me to inform-yott' that after suffering front CUrbnic Coustipation fpr years, iLftvpbeeh Whiie i a stadeilt at-Berthter! Cpi'lege, I ' so ill I.was, forced to" leave tHe ...the college.. .Severe.pains across the me and" _it came not "ftoop'tlpwii at'.all, and iny Digestion adrised to' take "Fruit-a-tives1! and at once I felt a gifeBt'iniproTement. Afttir I had takea five JKUECS, I realized that I was completely cured and what .made alw, iras thai thej -were no pain whatever toihe bovrels. TV ho suffer, ifith 'Chronic Constipation should follow my example and take ;Uiey are -the medicine that i ;'--MAGLOIRETAQUIN are sold fcy all dealers trial size, 350. or se'iit.postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-liVes tiinited, Ottawa UP IN ASS1NG FOK THE 'BUSY MAN Moat Rev. Patrick RlOrdan, archbishop of the' of Sari Francisco of tho Roman Catholic church, Is dead- Lorenz iTonsen of Bhig- .He, 30 miles north of Carlstadt, was found dead 611 Christmas Day in his shack, sitting lii a chair. Commercial nssc- clatlon of Canada Is now uroipcsliis to establish n to be et aside for Red purposes. DECEMBER 30, People's Forum THE INCREASED TELEPHONE 'RATES Editor, Herald: Kindly allow the liberty .through your nupor to iress iuy protest the increase n tho teleimone rates, which, ivo are. nformed, 'goes into effect January 1st, Mr. Editor, I have read Inter- est your editorials on the action of tlie Gas Co. in raising: tho price of fas. ateo tho vigorous protest of our oral Board of Trade .in taKliig the matter up with the Dominion neut coiiceniing llio same thing. Ir. Editor, if there Is room foi' a pro- Dr. A, K-Ballon, for 20 yours n test against a private corporation for missionary In northern the cost of living during Methodist._____......._ British Columbia, is lie was losely associated-.with Dr. Crosby and Rev. ;A. E.: Green for some time at Pprt..Sim'pson. A, Liberal convention nominated Roljsrt L. Sims, to contest .Carleton county, N.B., against B. Frank Smltfi, "Conservative canaiiiate In the bye-election be held January i, caused by -the resignation ot J. K. Fienamihg, former premier. Hydrophobia caused the death of Miles JIcKinnon, erta-is ot the people; he people want it to flourish, develop nd prosper, but they expect treat- uent from It bettsr than is given by riTate corporations That may not e a fair view to take, but it is-tha eneraiiy accepted attitude of the sub- UCK c towards utilities controlled bj- the Clapp Geo P for Uie best TOs hie service at the least possible cost. the, advanced towards Warsaw, being beaten Back twice, at the second at- tempt' having arrived almost in the suburbs of "Warsaw. The third ad- vance to the Polish capital has now been made, the enemv has approach ed within 30 miles of it, and battles are raging along the fivers Bzura, Rowa and Pilica. A: third army composed of Ans- trians and Germans were driving the Russians northward from Cracow- aim- ing at Ivangorod, southeast of War- NOT CONSISTENT A Jine of talk put up by our Con rvatlre'ffiends, just rio'w is that the be better off if it the government at Ottawa. We rail to recpliect that, this argument-was used by the Conserva- tives when they had a member of their own In opposition at Ottawa prior to 1911 We also fail to remem- ber Dr Stewart, Mr W S Bali or other of the Conservative stalwa'rts inclining to this view when the provtn cial elections were being held In ]9l3 It's a silly argument anyway How do they knowjhat tie Conservative gov eminent is going to remain m lower at Ottara Elections are like horse races you can never tall what will Qnty :township farmer.. year ago, a was later killed fo rabies, snapped'at his hand. The in jury did not trouble him until cently. While attending n small fire at th Queen's hotel, Fire Chief George J Imith of Barrie, Ont., was a fainting.spell, and died befon he reached .home: He was" the oides fire chief in Ontario, and had been member of the Barrie brigade for hal a century and chief for 30 years. A. C. Bowness is a candidate fo mayor of Cranhrook, with the ticket for aldermen: Lester P Stevenson, LeasK it, Gus Brickson and Jos -r- Jackson Four 6f these men have served on Uie Cranhrook" conn eil: formerly, -and two'are well-known and influential business men: Canadian Pacific Railway, officials have been .notified that- two new the Princess Margaret and Princess Irene, just finished on with turbine engines, and have a speed of .23 knots. .They.-were de- signed for service between .Vancou- ver and Seattle. succeeded so far as to cut jhappen Again, we do not think the communications between Warsaw This armv has noting tor 'back and is now engaged along the Russian front from Czen- to Cracow, form ing German right wing Finally there was an Austrian arm "working m Gahcia from the Carpath After driving the Austrians from th San river, and practically holding a: Cahcla. and, flnkorina the Russians i face of the German attack, on the! centre, withdrew, to come tack again and now- almost hold what tney hai won and lost What was once the Bussian righ_ wing extending from Warsaw-to the Warthe has become the centre, th line belag'-1 ezfended northwards through Plock. On the Czentochowa Warsaw linevthe German attack has now fallen mtli great fury while the enemy is at the same time .defending iis right wing from Czentochowa to Cracow, While in Galicia-the Russians, owing to the furious attack on their Warsaw front by the Germans, hare at'present given way a little, they still hold the gained on the line along fthe frontiers of Bast Prussia. On the .Warsaw-Czen'tochows, line the brant .otthe-acUon is being teed which may taaisEialfy affected by Russian pro- in East Praesis, or in the neigh- borhood of Cracow. LET US HAVE REASON FOR INCREASE We toot exception JD thj attitude of the Gas Company In the price of gas by refusing the nnwl discount We did this f6? the reason thai'we lieyed that the. Gas Company profit earning concern, and this has been clearly Established to be the case Our attitude in regard to the Increase ia the telephone rates !s exactly thto, she .nd up to-alte tennipil Montreal, Que, Dec W I facilities for tho citj of Toronto The 'KEXTT utloaard, aeristant to the pre Ident 3f the Canadian Pacific Hallway, aavo the sen ice on January 1 to be- orae of tho Tora.Ho Canadian Pacific Ballwiy ana the Grand Trunk Railway have agreed to take edual holdings in the new ter minal comrany, while ihe city of To ,r u.ii.u, tvllllc lilo L'lLV Ul Tffniiifal Co an organization formed ronto will haie an Interest in the coi ,i camial pf to luo GERMAN SHABPSHOOTEKS IN WELL PKOTECTED LAIRS It is a jiost tor the Allies to UUfodgo Ihwe Oerniar, hhafpslfootcra Vho'.ro entrenched behind n.oof -mi, shed The bunets of the Allta are deflected by the incline of 'the raof, which tho trench. A slit the entire length llrough t. pretfrom tehlnd fcrewtwortts ,'tt send (his.openingI from the ranks of the Allies is almost -r ;