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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ?$etbbtibae Iberalb l^tbbridfl^, dtberta . OAlkV AND WEEKLY v SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ottiy. d�ltvered, per year..... fiUv. 1>y mall, .per year. .W�4kly; br tuail. per I4.Q0 4.00 1.00 i tELEPMONB* J|n�ne�'* Ortd*......t25J Editorial Office .............. "2* i �r. A. Bueti�n�n Mhn Torrance MaBSItlng Diroetof Bnslnees Manaier p*0T68*t3Se �6i?se, as in the New York *(flie� rocentljjfjwhet a teference by a ffeamerf ootiti'flSiJUjr to Oeo#B6 Swiiard stiaw'ail an ftotelleotual asset" appeared In print as "fnteliectuftl ass," after receiving due attention from tho InxeiUgent compositor. Teddy Roos^Velt tongue-lashes as be does, the Edmonton Journal iryery properly remarks. ^Toronto being a city of churches dected a Church as mayors LliEUT.^OL. VICTOR WILLIAMS OfrOtUwa, who has returned from Prance. Id lie Canadian contingout at Salisbury. He was in the trenches three days, shooting three Germans. He sruetained a broken arm from a shrapnel spUnter. Tue no.taera Huu st,~aiUern, armies of Roumanla are in a position to takoul the Austrian armies on their flanks and, to compel a retirement from the whole east half of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, thus removiag the'menace to the Russian left flank, which has postponed several times the invasion of Germany. i People's Forum WANTS THE DETAILS Editor, Herald:In your issue of December 31 last, you make a state- ^ , , ment that Commissionei; Grace found The Rockefeller, foundation has ai-?22,000 worth of stock in the city ready contributed one million dollars stores "more than had ever been in-j for Belgian relief, ventoried before." There are a num-! Mrs. .'V.lfred JoUiffe, wife of a well-ber ot people in the city, including known Cranbrook business man, is myself, who wo\ild like to get a few : dead. Like The Ghost, We tiAvcVuiV second wimi anti are gftirtg again. We want a tenant for/a-^ection of Improvfed land. Want to trade ior a Pedigi*^^^^ Stalliont Want to trade for ten or moretWork* Horses, and various other M'ants not to be advertised. , '. a T. LATHROP NO PHONE. �104 SHERLOCK. more details of this great "find," so will it be too much to ask you to pub-,-----------r------.. , lish the details of the material found, i the CP.K., has assumed his duties at and also why It was not discovered i Calgary. , away back in the early spring when President-Polncare of France, in the stock was taken Immediately after ; an'address-jon New Year's Day, intl-I was laid off, and my clearance pa-j'mated that'he fully, expected the'war Captain Inglls, chaplain of the Queen's O'tvn, . Toronto, who was attached to Bulford hospital, Salisbury Plain, died at Netlieravon hospital. He was.taken ill o.ver a week ago, and oh examination was found to have contracted meningitis, of which disease he succumbed. ,,T,he fact that Japanese soldiers Went to the Russian frontier some time ago to deliver guns and ammunition purchased in Japan, and that an authoriztlon by Emperor Nicholas for Japanese to serve in the' Russian army was gazetted recontly, is advanc-lei at Tokio as an explanation of the rdpOrt in circulation that a Japanese army was on the way to Europe. The death has been announced of Sir James Duckworth, former member of parliament, and president ot the United Methodist Free churches. Sir James was born in 1840, and was prominent in Methodist church work in,England., He began to earn his living in a dotton mill before he was seven years old. In the later years of his life he built up a vast provision business. KlcciotU Garibaldi, son of the Italian patriot and father of Ueut. Bruno Garlbildi, who was killed in the Ar-gonne forest recently while leading a charge by the Italian volunteers on a German post, which resulted in tho capture of two German trenches, speaking of the death of his son, said that like many, other fathers whose THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR BDMUND WAI.KER,C.V.d.,LI..t).,D.C.t., President /IXEXANDER LAIRD,'General Maaaser JOHN AIRD. A��'t General Maneiget V. CBikOWN. Superintendent of Central Western Branches . CAPITAt $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND. $13,500,000 BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and wilt receive the same careful^attention as is given to all other departments df the Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. W24 Letlibri(Jge Branch-R. T. Brymner, Mgr. A. E'. Stevens, the new general sup-! erinte"ndent of the.;Alberta division of gQ^g jj^^ fallen, he must conceal his paternal grief, and think only of the best means' for ending the struggle that .is now going on. , pers giyen me, acknowledging stock correct'. Probably, Sir, you �will be able to give the desired information, as, surely, the city auditors would .not. overlook such a trifling sum as $22,-00; when they issued .their balance I sheet'evly last year. ' With regard to "indiscriminate buying,'!; aXl' orders or reauisitions ;for materi*!-were o.k.'d by the exl^ng mayor before that material was piir-cbased. Mayor Hardie knows that full well, and the system was In vogue ever since the first administration of Mayor Adams, who installed it. Thanking you in advance. Yours truly, : GEO. B. WEXIxER. BRITAIN WILL REQUIRE EVERY FIGHTING MAN AND EVERY PENNY London. Jan, 4.-Col. Arthur A. Lee, would not'last thrbtigh 1915. D., McNi-Cpll, the . reti;j;i|o,K.. vicerpre-sldent i,of 'fiiSj.C.H.R.,' has' pcrchased two /ranches.;,in.,western JCanidsCj'aad may Tieside onohe.o{ them, Cafei JVUllam\vCarlson was accidentally' killed- on'' Monday, December 28, while working Ih' one of the Staiples Lumber , po-'s 'loggings camprf-  at - On We/oc'c'asl6B-o|t'*'t&e'diamond Jubilee of the Sla-atford Beacon, the publisher, j\Y. M. 0'Belrne,..wa8 presented �with a pursej.Qf '|S00 By,;hiis biisiness and personairifriends.' f Norman M�I,eod,>.aged:;i7; and ^Miss Lena 5focD,0B?(Jd..a5�d.l.Jfere drowned at the vii'iage of FouSchu; Caipe Breton. They broke through the ice whil�i^:ekaynK. , . , . ;-Col.v:KetJ!hjen, whoi,has been acting adjutant-genlhai fofe-Miiitary District Nov:ld^ (Winnipeg)$fSai8, been promoted, to "aiieutenant'lpSilonelcy, and has been made a'qjing: adjutant-general. Arizona wint -di^-j'bn /January 1. GRAND'DUC^ESS FEOOOROVNA sister of.the'^Tsaritsa whOi helped by members ot'the dramatic societies. s in th�jStreet of Moscow making a remarkaWe'canvas'in aid of the Russian wo.nnded.; The picture depicts ber as ^Sister.of Mercy, of the GreeU Church.. 1 The order is- that of Martha ind Maiy. - M.P.. now at the front, writing home, i New Tear's Evs..>y^-- a funeral revel says': "It is the greatest mistake to , in sonfe-300 sa'ioqns;: Crepe was on suppose that the German resistance is ' the doors ot nearly all of them. In weakening, or that the war can soon one's&Tooh a coffin �Vfas plade'd'in the come to an end. The Germans are middle of the room, skilful and dangerous fighters, as i A letter was received'by J; R. Watt brave and as enduring as any troops,of Claresholm from Lleut.-Ccmmand-can be, and those who belittle their ^er R. P. Kingscote of H.M.S. Binperor value are doing the worst of service of India, in the gra|id fleet lying at to our arms and the cause of our Al- present in the North Sea. Mr. Kings-lies. We sha'il need every fignting cote was formerly one of the partners man and every penny we can spend to :in the Kingscbte &,Body ranch, for-see this war through." ' M. & ST. L. WRECK INJURES TWELVE Albert liea, Minn.,-Jan. 'Minne-apolis-Des Moines passenger train. No. 4, on the Minneapolis & St. Louis road, was wrecked;at 1 a.m. today near the station in the village of Emmons, 12 miles south of this city. Twelve � persons ^eie injured, four of them seriously,- The train was running slowly; otherwise the casualties would have been much larger. A defective switch caused the accidenit. All the injured are in a hospital here. Mr. Bonar Law will make Wb first public speech in his . constituency since the last general election next Monday week, when he is to address a great- recruiting meeting in Liverpool Town HalL merly owned by Mr. Da'wson. , Hon. Treffle Berthlaume, proprietor' The King, it is understood, will of La Presse of Montreal is dead;, He shortly resume his visits of inspectioji ^vas bom in 1848. He became proprie- [ to the training camps of the new tor of La Presse insl^SSS. He was call-j army. His Majesty takes a keen iji- ed to the legislativfe'council of Quebec terest in the progrej5s of the now ,in ISOp. ..Under bls^control J,b Presse... forces, and Intends to assure himself became a very widely circulated. Joiirr by personal inspection thing is as it should be. that every- ;ial. He worked his.way upward from the- printer's case. Austria is sending her cripples to .|he;battle_ front. Her end is near. ' � Nv, We&therm&a starts the New linear well,. He Is cordially invited to keep, up the good work.  Mr. Stork visited L�thbridge every day last .year and 20 times more for good measure. And then to talk of bard times! mm:  The' new economy school board holds. its first meeting tonight. We rwlll wait and see whether they practise, what they preach. 'Mayor. Hardie wants J250,000 to -- ^ruii'ths city till the taxes come In. '.Hp.iraight take a leaf out of the book >'i,-olany of the Gennan generals in Bel- iglum; �� � m :.. It would be a mistake to aJbolish thp Police Commission. Lethbridge police " force has' never worked more smoothly "than. since the control by police ijBonaiilsslon'came into ellect. ?^'fi.*;lnvwbat appears to .be a competl ,Vtlon for theiaptost mlgprlnt, ;a com-'.;''3Pq8ltor on a Montreal daily has just il^a^e-a,''lieavy ecpre, say^ the Wlnni-'^lg -Free Press, He d?|crlbed the * laer'^i ,8pn .as "The .Clown Prince." ^iiiattofes' a typographical error Im- A WALL OF YPRES MUSEUM The-Mu,�eign of ypreshas been entirely destroyed boiptotirdipeEt dW. "X-i pne of the walls of the famous structure shows what the Qf Polls No/51 to 59^ inclusive, com^ City of Lethbridge, is hereby called to be held on : Monday, January Uii - at Sons of England Hall 10th Street, South Lethbridge, at the hour of 8 o^clock p>m> To Elect Delegates to Attend a Convention To be held at the K.P. Hall, Lethbridge, on Wednesday, January the 13th, 1915, at the hour of 2.30 p.m., To Select a Candidate to Support the Liberal Party i in the House of Commons All Liberals resident in the polling divisions as above described ai-e requested to attend. Alternate Delegates may be elected. Proxies ^yill not be recognized at the convention. The election of officers of the Lethbridge Liberal Association will also take place at this meeting S, J. SHEPHERD, Convener Appointed by Federal Li|berat Executive for Alberta GOP SAVE THE KING 4^ sssss I'l I 11. Ill ;