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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta / �): Xctbbri^fle. Hlberta ''^ ��' '''^ ' * DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATE* '.t>ttl]r, deUverea, per year----. I*.00 Ofclly, by mall; per year...,;On the. line Ibetween Reims and  Verdun'5'aonie activity Is shown, the Allies gaining ground by Ihe capture of Perthes. Fighting has been resumed In Set^ iSa outside (Belgrade, and the Montenegrins have made successful In-.zpads iato.'iAlbanla, The Austrii^s are evidently In dine straits and far from toeing a help must be now a hindrance to. their Elly through the necessity of German troops being drafted to their aid. Of Polls No. 51 to 59;inclusive, comprising the City oi Lethbricli^e, is Hereby called to be held at 1  - - NO USE, MY FRIEND, THE CURRENT'S TOO STRONG FOR YOU. P >1GKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN i-WHEN THE WA.RWIUI. CEASE Cot .George T, .Deijisijn. the militant ImperiaHst-of - Toronto, and a \close student of military affairs, is of the opinion that the war will not be oyer unfill 1416.* /* - "This war Is going to last a long time." said he. "The AlUes can't afford to make peace unOl they have the opposition of the Germans thoroughly beaten. If this is not done, all the exertion made, all the lives lost and all the sacrifitses made will be -wasted, unless matters are in such a position that the Allies can enforce conditions to procure peace from Ger-iv: . "imajsy for the next hundred years, at any rate. (vV-.V>.i''The Allies should never make peace till they have handed Sehles-. Tvig-Holstein to Denmark and made : : : and open to :all � nations, with the destruction of all fortifications within fifty miles ot r'. ; It. They should also destroy the .-Krupp planti'to stop the .manufaclur-of war, and Ger-: /many's fleet should be taken away from them. :"The different kingdoms and grand 'duchies should be separated from the united empire to prevent the greater power of PsruBsla dictating to ,fdl the ether kingdoms and forcing' venonnpus-taxation In preparation for 3; : w as in th6 past; "TliB Germans know this and ^'JIJ keep up till the last ditch. � It will i- i' take all; theefforts of the Allies to i dred thousand! toen before tJve war ie fevi^ over. *They may have to Increase . th?ir debt .enomjously, . but I hofjr j4,j**heq^ the time; c^ to settle the |:t5:(;.terms of peace tbatno fool politician or phillibphlcal diplomat will give 'iilh'^i\iiyyeT tq the enemy all that our men sAl-'have died for; That Is the greate;8t &i^to|�Bfii\ unless Lord kitchener is one ifif', of. the men employed to dictate tcras Wi'iflX'yhf, only OUng likely to tend to; ' ^jar^sr shortening tbti war is the.want Vofvf�)(od and the munitions of war by -iShe !lia� not 'the^markji&i jrprld open to law;,' and ;thi| Since Premier Sifton took office, 17 miles of railway per day have been built in Alberta. J. J. McKenzie has been elected chairman of the Edmonton school board. V W. Orayson has been elected chairman of the Moose Jaw Board of Bd-uoation tor the fifteenth consecutive rear. Jact Smith, of tije staff oi a department &1�re at Winnipeg, died of pneumonia, at Salisbury Piain. His father IS prucipal of a Peterboro sdiool. Automobiles killed 200 persqns in New York last year, compared with 802 in 19ia. In the state, outside New . York, the number in 1914b was 310 as against 149 in 1913. Charles -^^ Scots of Blinburgli^ S50 prize given by the Nltural Re-;�� T^^n^^n '^.hf fJt� >�5Jf^? sour^ department for the best plan- In. toe,^new^^^^r^^^^ tation of trees planted on C. P. R-1 the recruits. Is iMd outside the Irrigation Block. , ,n Richard HardiB. Oavjs. author. ^T^^L^l�J^t^^'^:^Z^^^^^ ^fif h^s^ McCoy, 01. uancmg fame, are tiemg , ^ . ^, ^r^'S'nnan^daSer' �^ One oflhe'lpSicants was Wa-.ter �^ S^^/w'^i Hnn Who has applied twice for a ^V^J^f^t ?iJL^^T^nv,?Vn Pla<=� the ranks, but has been re-^/^I^f *?-rJ^'i*'^s�'^- �^^^S to a slight defect in one gm�ets,^son of ^Lieut.-^ol Green- - Councillor MeRoberts wood, of tte Canadian forces, sue-,.^^8 another man anxious to go. but pessfullr underwent an operation ?ori^aS�unable to get th� necessary con-awputetion^of a feir. and is domgjaent of his better half. woU, though not yet out of danger. To Ascertain Thbss In';Need Lieut, Greenwood was wounded in a. canvass of tbe entire Taber dis-France. - _ ^ . ,, , trlct is being made by the Mounted Harriett liaforet, 85 years old. said i Pdice, for tfie purpose'oti'ascertain-tp be;tfie last full-blooded member ot Just how many families .there are the Wyandotte Indians, and the on the prairies who will need assist- nildnight, and under the' direction of Chief Faulds were able to confine the fire and get it under control with very little use of water, and consequently very ilttle unnecessary damage. As It was, the tire damaged the millinery and dress goods stock to a great extent, and did some damage to the stock of George Bain, electrician, in the same store. ' The loea was covered, by insurance. Taylor Milling Co. Generous Half a ton of flour has been donated by the Taylor Milling Co. of lieth-faridge to the reUef fund of Taber, and has been consigned to the local elevator of the company for distribution. The flour will be given out in 50-lb. sacks on ordero from th^ relief committee. People's Forum daughter ot a former chief of, the tribe, was - burned to death in her home on the Indian Reserve at River Canard, near Amherstburg, Ont., when she fell asleep while smoking her pipe in ^)e^l. ance this winter, and -wBijit the ture of that assistance will be.  Fire (n MflKnery Store .Mrs. Judson's mftiu'ery store and stock were damaged to the ^extent of ISIOOO or over early Sunday morning � Uttte:-.^B must remember that |t i|^efirB for the menace of ilt^ilj-? ,Vi?k