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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE KETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1915' Sbe- Iietbbrfb0e Detalfc fllbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. RATES'.! .delivered, per year..... by mail, per by mul. por rear.. ?A 1.00 LOO TELEPHONES; -Office J Wftortal Office "24 W. A. Buchanan John UauaKltix Director Busineu ManiS HOUND THE CIRCLE O1T THE WAR The sturdy Russian fighters appear to', bo still holding the Teutons check, in the great struggle on the eastern front, in spite ut" the stupen- dous efforts being made by the Ger- mans to overthrow the Russian de- fences about Warsaw. Xo distinct ad- vantage has yet been gained by the Invaders. Russia is to strengthen her armies by a general mobilization through Siberia. On the Italian front there is no let-up of the fierce struggle. The Austrians have lost many soldiers but are contesting bitterly every foot of'the advance of the Italians. The French have gained some small successes in the land operations in the Dardanelles, and also in Alsace and the Argonne district on the fron- 'tier in France. Premier Asquith has made a cheer- ing speech in the House of. Commons In which he points out that com- merce to England is practically un- hampered by the submarine menace, and that supplies are reaching Bri- tain almost with the'same regularity! e4.ia.-thues of peace. spared the infamy of au alliance wit Germany.- 1 would rather, think, b the of Clitua than the chum the Kaiser. Have you noticed ho the will take; anything nowi days from -A Gorman? Buulow snl yeatcrday in substance: 'We have d mauded of Cluui eYeiyUiing we ca think of. If we think of nnythin else we will demand that, unct b damned to not a man 1 the world The Montreal Herald remarks The activity of the Conservative min isters give? good indication that general election will be sprung thi fftli, if possible. The Hon. Mr. Ca. grain's tour of Quebec province, wit his abundant promises of local in provements by the government, ha all the characteristics of a pre-ele Sir afterward Lore Furness. The contest was close and exciting, and eventually won by Charles, eleven, after to narrow majority two counts, on a-poll of over eleven thousand votes He lys; My brothers, Lord William and me. Lord Marcus accompanied me to a meeting, ind I told him that he must make a peech. 'I.can't." be gaid, don't know rbat to I told him to begin, because he would ureJy be Interrupted, and then, be- ng an Irishman, be would certainly nd something to say. Marcus hereupon roue to his feet, and a voice mmediatnly shouted 'Who are ye, It was enough. The fire was indled. Who are cried Lord Marcus. I'll tell you who we arc. We are brothers, and our names are hadrach, Meshacb and Abednego. And we have come here to put out are the burning ficrj f-urness old and has 100 grandchildren He made his first trip, to, John nine- ty years ago, when Indians were seen on the streets. Sir Herbert Beerbohin Tree, while addressing a meeting qf the Actors' association, said -that -the war -haf practically -doubled thp cost of 'living, while for the theatrical profession it has resulted in a 50 per cent, reduc- tion in .salaries. Major George A, Carruthers, 38th Battery, has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant-colonel, and appointed to command the Fifth Overseas Artillery brigade, vice Lt. Col. L. J. 0. Ducharme. Pie." C. C. Carr oi the 3rd Bat- talion, reported as having died while a prisoner at Cassel, Germany, in Toronto with paients, Mr. and j more remarkable tol. The vicar.of the parish, the M P Gi'tson, declares it is well authenticated and 'entirely prob- able." The story is that the British left wing at Mons was saved by a guard oi angels The story saj- the Rev Gillsen is nideh prevalent and is corroborated from different sources He quotes two instances, foe first is the iolltraing cxliact from an officer's letter T myself saw the' angels saved "our left wing from the Ger- mans- during the retreat froin Mons. We heard the.German cavalry tear- ing after us, and ran for a place where we thought a stand could be made with some hope of safety, hut heiore ue could reach it the> were upon us turned and laced the enern) expecting instant death when' 'to our wonder we saw be- tween Ub duu the cncm. a I ole troop of angels Ihe horses of the Germans turjied round, frightened out of their senses They regularh stampeileti the men tugging at their bridles while the horses toie ID ever, direction from our men the horses saw angelb as plains as did and the delav gave us time to reach a place 01 sateh Vs one oi the corroborating evi dences ot this, the Rev Mr Gillson ays Another contribution comes from an une-vitrttpti A captain in charge ot prisoners states that these men sat it is no use to fijht tr-c Tnglish, for ar "Mons 'there ere people fighting for them Ihdt thev wv angels in above, and in front of the Jmcs, thdt it is happening at Ipres The Church Family Newspaper guessed it White was the "Comrade At that moment the Ger- blood {-.itaered mil fell to 1 cried out. trcould: help it. for that wnund of his srem- ed to lie a more awful thing than anv that hitter war had shown me. Von are wounded, too." I said, faintly. Perhaps lie heard rue, h ps it is the look on ntL j but hf grnth Ihl 1 an old wouiiu u it tus tioiukd! me oi late." And, then I noticed] that the same cruttl mark was on j his i'ect. You will wonder that 11 dill not linitu- sooner. 1 womler im j self. Hut it was only when I saw His feet that I knew Him. "The Living had heard the They are strange stories to he tolrt cliaplain say it a few weeks hefore, in these days of materialism. What- hut now i knew that He had come ever they may he'worth, there is this For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent of W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Ave. ,Winnipeg 'Ktill Small Voice" heard by Elijah after the earthquake -mid the fire. Mrs C V Carr, at 48 St Anne s road For in rescuing Great Britain drowning man at N'cw Orleans two years ago he was awarded hv the Carnegie Hero "JV1AQB IN CANADA" since published the dillson declares lie and Mr cets letters from all over the coun asking ior further particular ibout it He he is Convinced of the truth of the ston, and he be heves it that the words 'He shall giye his angels charge thet to keep thec in all thy is as true toda% as the ist wrote it. Vnother remarkablf itory has been published in "T ife and the magazine of the Church of Scotland The unlei docs not give Ins name, savs lie tilked in a hospital George Case) wno asked if he had seen the friend of the Wounded Ami then he told me all he knew After many a hot engagement a nan in white bad been seen bending mans oegan to shoot. The figure drew I itself up and extended its arms in tin form of a cross. Then, to use Casey's words, ''he stopped and -gathered me into his the 'biggest man in the carried me as H 1 had been a child." Casey says the Comrade hi White carried him awav to a stream, washed his wounds and soothed him sleep. When he awoke he saw his i'ricnd lie was looking toward the stream and his hands were' clasped ii prayer and then I saw uiat he, too, had hcen wounded. I could see as it a "shotwouad- in his hand, and as he prayed.a drop oi to me who put Him out of mr life in the liofc fever of outh T io speikand to thai n k him, .words came. And t-lien He rose swiftly, and said: "Lie here today hr the wa- ter. I will come for vou tomorrow 1 have work for you to do, and you will do it for Me." In a moment He was unite T uiit fcr Him I write this down that I mav not lose the'memory of it. I feel weak and lonely, and my pain creases hut I have Ins promise 1 know that He-will me to- morrow Both tiicse stories read like no counts bv an ancient Hebrew seer, the account of the commands that came to-Moses from the .burning bush, or of the wind sweeping over the "Vallcv of Dry or. of the IS HAFT 8. S. LAPLAND over .the wounded. Snipers sniped at him Shells fell all around. Nothing had power to touch uiui, to be it is when humanity is in tr'ava.l that it learns that "there fire more things in hea- ven and earth than arc dreamt of in our philosophy WOMEN AND GOOD GOVERN? (Christian Sciences-Monitor} For the benefit of men who look upon the issue of equal suffrage for women as one of expediency, and-not of right, ami who will favor it if shown that th6 concession meaim'-'ait of rnif idealism a si of the etftcL of woman s Vote ha1! been m ufe m 4 i ccciu municipal elpuion The lesulls .tie gnen in ]Mac- tht luh Municipal ileUeu In- uij article of the personal' relation of the ipurifser must be leUonttl uid norm or V s-flv Picture shows precautions taken in danger ships acting as transports. The Lapland lias been constantly, engaged as to sup- port her contention. Official Voting: rehinis are carefully analyzed." There Is a show" of facts on which to base Trust is not put whoi'iy in a. mere "say. so." What men did and what women did IB howii, ward by ward. The .trained socia) investigator's hand is seen, and not the voice of the eloquent platform, propagandist heard. Now this telli of a new era in the. history of the suffrage movement. It is be- ginning to reap the benefits of-its en- iistmoiit and alliance with .women trained in the colleges :md universi- ties to study Hoclal problems pat first hand, and then present evidence in un uneinotiohal, logical If neces- sary, .statistfcHl way. For .experience lia.s HhoWn that many men will ally themselves ulth tin. suffrage causo if fiiat Interested ir It b wicli.rf method of who will mock at the eloquence of the greatest off.ofatpra II lius s cstinntd! u licit crop thit will ;