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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Hbtfe Detail y y�o WiEkLY. ^ �g�$tv;erit} per. Jfefcr.... iljM'miir, par year. 3*8 $4.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES: one*: 1S62 :"^iBfitoria oaice ........ bm ^B^Pi^tMMiMn John Torrance ^BlUiWglnE Director Business Manager Your King and Country Need ' Ycm Right Now _---- I"; t ROUND THE CIRCLE *"OF THE WAS r,r.rA, change of feeling which brings i'.'Sreater confidence to the minds of the t^AUied nations, has been experienced ! -with "reference to the Balkan situation, �v., ..-.'consequent upon ,the ability of the IS.';|trren"ch and British troops to become H^l>sUaora actively .engaged in operation*, li^'i.and^ upon the1 possibility of Russia throwing into Bulgaria an army of 250,000 men." While the situation is fe>,, critical, it i* now felt that it is not '/ altogether hopeless  'British troops Ihave already reach-. Is �d"jUle front, and are cooperating with t the-'Frehch against the Bulgars, near j'.8trumhitsa. in the north the Teutons 2i 4^^!$'- > 1. You owe to your country, and to the Empire of which ive are a part,'either ito fight yourself or help to make it pos-. siblc for otlicrs to fight in this supreme struggle. " :^ 2. As a Canadian you have enjoyed the protection and] privileges of British Citizenship and have never yet been called) upon in the Defense of the Empire. 3. The Mother Country has for years, practically borne-thei burden of your protection alone. 4. In this hour-of trial we desire Great Britain to realize that every Canadian is} supporting and upholding her Cause. 5. The "vrar^Tn which .we are engaged is a righteous cause, a, struggle for .Truth, Liberty and for the sacredness of Treaties;] and the giveo world. ; '1., ' 6. If you cali't go yourself, you can help to make, it possible for others to go by guaranteeing that their families will be. provided for in-their absence. . / v ' 7. Tlie object of the Canadian Patriotic Fund- is-; to makej provision for ALE families of soldiers going- from Canada to take part in the present war. " 8. Those who'have gone to the front are making greater .sacrifices than anything we can do at home. x 9. An unparaUed crisis in the world's history calls'-for supreme sacrifice-on our part. WE MUST DO OUR DUTY; WE MUST FIGHT OR PAY. ^ ' " -. In most cases there, is only one, but not more, .than two of a kind and every style Is exclusive tvlth; this store. Size* ranpe from small women's 10 to 18 up to stout women's, 40 to 42 j ' �� WHITE, REAR CLOTH"....... $150 Best grade - obtainable' for children's coats,.- washable" ohd very durable. r QUILTED CAR-RIAGE COVERS. , Wash silkJ7c6vering' with down filling; gootf. size;colors ^.XflatWi'-waa?1 bound to Greece |y a;lWO�i�phicai propinquity, by common vjlattefSBts in this .war, and by. treaty ri^Mugstlonav Moreover, it was only :h Grecian territory that help df possiUy reach -Serbia; it was IrJ&ithe use of a great force that a couldr:be' provfrtnd for It: In the ces, the good will of Greece rst'Importance to us, and We t time every reason to .feel we had that good wlllr  ^fSjJsolos'was^stlU in power^.ai|yi;: his justance we undertook to pro-/'a^force "for the purpose of ^n-f ^JBgVonsoo tofultti her treaty ofr-{H|ta^..'tp'; 8erbia. It was under ^aawujclMamatances that we sent such  ;tSBop�;ai'were available to Salonlkl. DlCKEDUPIN 1ASSINGCZZI -FOR V,- THE BUSY MAN , ..t was-.a small force, because only a Wiwiallfforce could be coKected at the IfORI^ DONE BY AUSTRALIAN NAVY A :very .interesting resume was le by the London Times recently the: work done by the Australian svy since the outbreak of the war. |e.,.list of accomplishments cannot ""to be 1mpre9aive as to. the valu-iJ�ii)kS8lstance to the Empire of this .fighting fleet of our sister Do-l' ' '," ' .,'�;}�; he.commencement of hostilities, |^y. had in Pacific waters ad]a� ^a)>AUstra'>ia, a fleet composed of %|BrgeycruiBere, the Schamhorst PM^Oneiaenau, the Nurnberg, a Holier,.'and some smaller ves- of the large cruisers was [any.British vessel in the the exception of the Aus-i"r Australia. But, be-sjth^'Jji.r^sence of the Auatea-|l#J;^rnians. were; unable rfBritUh merchant ^waters/ or attack jfljpisfst^iionE were de- sjn^^{s^sr;f:Emdfn'. |3^k?iwentj^five.' g^onglng'^to ;.*;ii|Ptured; Lieui. Leslie Hyde, son of Rev. T. B. Hyde, Toronto, died in England. D. J. '.Dyson, prominent merchant, mar he aimay orally candidate in Winnipeg, if Mayor Waugh retires, r. Judge; TTGeorge Taylor of White Horse, Yukon Territory, died suddenly: He Waa a native of Ontario. London; fOnt, temperance workers askedrthe'License Commission to cut off. nine licence* At'a meeting of the Sandwich Town Councllr it was agreed to make a grant of' $5000 to the Canadian Patriotic Fund. A' mounted - infantry battalion is to be formed in No. 2 Military District, to be commanded by Lieut.-Col. W. C. Brooks of Brantford. .John T. Browning, who was provincial constable at Moyie, B.C, lor a number of years, has been reappointed sergeant in the R.N.W.M.P. A; .-B: filackiin, of Ottawa, construction .Accountant of the National Transconfinentt*. Railway and brother ol E. H. Macklin, of the Winnipeg Free Press, is dead. . Charles' Huthvc/n, auto liveryman of Verwoodi Sank., on the Weyburn-Lethbridge line, was instantly killed in "an accident.- Sir Thomas Powell Buxton, president of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and formerly governor of South Australia, is dead. The officers and sergeants of the 70th'Fusiliers, London, Ont, have de-1 cided to bar liquor from their mess ' rooms, at least .until the end of the War. Frank -W. Rollins, former governor of New Hampshire,-and originator of the "Old Home Week" idea, Is dead. At the opening of. every school in 'Ontario hereafter the Nation Anthem is to be *uhg by tire pupils: Gnerph ratepayers in January will vote/ on a proposal to abolish the com-mission under which the city has been operating its puUiic,utilities.. Judge Arohibatd Bell of Chatham, Onty will reach the age'.Simtt of 75 years on November 16, after a record of 37 years/as county judge of Kent. A resident of Winnipeg for 33 years, fWintam Halpenny passed, away at the. age of 79. He. was. born. In. Lanark County, Ont, In 1836. Seized with a..tainting: �pell while carrying burning coals down stairs to start the. furnace, Mrs. .William Lea-son of the viMage of.Florence, Ont;, received burns from which .she died. . Despite-the -heavy enlistment for: overseas service, the population of Windsor, Ont., has increased 1169 for the year,- and new numbers approximately 25;000. . *- ' The close,season for:whitefish on the Great Lakes has 'been abolished: The only -exception is the Bay of; Qulnte, � on Lake Ontario; which is kept as a reserve. There'the white-fish spawn." John Douglas, a member of the Walkerton^Toyn Council, has been asked to resign because: he did not contribute to the British' Red Cross Fund. He has refused to comply with the request. : v, _ It has 'been decided to distribute the 80th ^Battalion, now in Barriefield CampT; among -Belleville, Plcton and Napanee. The 59th: will likely winter in Kingston along with the 32nd, 33rd and 34th Batteries. - ' : Miss Margaret B. Owen of New York has - again .won the world's championship as a typewriter operator, and the $1000' trophy.' She maintained for an hour an average of 136 words a minute;1' Her previous record was 132. Belleville' Licensed Victuallers' association offered 91500 to the Red Cross 1f the committee would persuade the temperance people to call off the local option vote contemplated in January .until after the war is overi No action was taken. The cities or Montreal, Toronto; Winnipeg, and Vanooiuer contribute one-third of the entire penitentiary population of Canada^accordihg to the annual report on such institutions just issued. , . -.,\:'r � c, A prairie fire, in" the -Tide Lake' country, north ot^Aldersoni Alta., de-; stroyed a number 'i of- homesteaders'j shacks, also a granary on the fa'13^ of Therwald Larsen and lwcntyf| stooks of ,wheati,flB>^J, iM farm INTERESTED PARTIES TO BE ON COMMISSION ' ^Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 29-While there Is no official confirmation of the rumor that Hon. Col; Thomas Cantley of Nova Scotia, at present a member of the shells committee, has resigned, there is reason to believe that he, will not .be a member- of the re-organized committee. It. is also likely, that the government will insist on the severance of official .connection .with the [committee or any one who is'directly or Indirectly' interested in companies "securing shell orders. ,' . DOMINION HELPS .; London, Oct. 29.-The . House , or Cawes'Hc�nimons.learhe,d'last night of a c'on--------- .________ n*-... ^iv'titrlbutlon by the, Dominion toward re-Owing to the fact tnat-.'Henry Ivprd'i'iieving distress on the east coast of opposed the Angle-French, loan ia-the United States, the chamber of Frenoli dealers in;automobile^ adppted methods of; reprisal. AirTmembers1: were notified to cease relations7 WlthS the Ford automobile - concern,' 'and asked to appeal to their customers-to refrain from buying any^Ford vehicles. PREMIER ASQUITH I DOE8 NOT FAVOR - 8EIZING ' SJECU.RITIES London, Oct. 30.-The^.'Staggeation advanced in a question in the House of Commoner that the government might take steps to ; trace and eer questrate private securities in England.of the German Emperor and rulers cr German states^andlhold them as security for present: aqdv possible: future damage caused, by; Zeppelin raids, does not meet jhe approval of Premier, Asquith. .. :;-,,:-.�,.^;.;; �.�.:�;.?; The premier infonned^the-r House-through David LloydvGeo'rge, minis-' ter of munitions, that rite cal Government Board said payments would be made out of a fund generously provided by the Canadian gov. ernment. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN .EXCHANGE Lethbrldge Office-Ground Floor,1 Hull locki* si John Billings & GovM. Grain Merchants. FOR BEST RESULTS Absolute Safety and Quick Returns, SHIP YOUR GRAIN -TO- James Richardson & Sons PHONE US FOR DAILY QUOTATIONS Hyde & Saunders P. O. Box 112 .Phone' 1244 District Agents 1 321 5th St. S." p Lethbridge X ^mMZfr .....>.....- - .......' � - ------: ' GRAIN! Have you a car on track? - Get our bids. A trial wMl convince; CONSIGNMENTS SOLIciTeDrrPHONE, WIRE^^ OR.WPITErUS Smith, Murphy & Co. Grain Merchants ��Phtiti^Wlflf;:- , We will give your business quick and tatelUgent*tt�ntlo�, Officd^-308 7th Street South, In Shsrlock Building,(Ground'Near.)k vy. K. PORTER, Manager Lathbrldgt, Branch^' , Head Office-Winnipeg Grain Exchange. , '-J- -.-v^v.' ann�i. Reference-Bank of r^ova Bootia. J) Healthful Sleep }9 necessary for the enjoyment and prolongation of life. During sleep Nature renews the vital forces of the body and restores the energy. StiBeplessness is one of the evil results of indigestion. T6 avoid it, keep the stomach well, the liver active and the bowels regular. The health of these organs Is Assured by Beecham's Pills. A harmless vegetable remedy, which acts immediately on the stomach, liver, bowels and kidneys, toning and putting them in good working order. Millions of people sleep well and keep well because, at the first unfavorable symptom, they begin to take , ^ Jtforta) a OmImm � Be* . Tojft; louring Car Price $530 Most men can' afford the first cost- of a car. Few can afford the after expense of most cars. Like its first cost, the after cost of a Ford is lower than that of any other real mOjtor car. The Fortlrhas made walking an extravagance. The Runabout is now 1480; the Town Cari$780) f.o.h. Ford, Ontario.' Ail cars'completely equipped, Including electric headlights.)'.'Equipment does not inqiude speedometer. Get particulars from - THE FOBD GARAGE VIRTUE BROS.-props. 1232 3rd AVE ft. PHONE �33, Stf.Si: Unreservefi Auction Sale; Farm Stock and Implements FOUR AND ONE-HALF MILE8 SOUTH-EAST OF ' - Coaldale, on S. E. 1,4 of 6-9-19 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER-5tH: Everything .must be sold as the proprietor Is givingvUpxfarniing.; / HORSES ?* f � - >r:-Mare, Jay, 10 year/ old, weight- 1050,'/)/'j ' -One Gelditag, Slim, One ' One i;'";:v-':T.: � HQ68 6  brood-sows 12 store hogs, about 15P lbs, ea. . 20.! store hogs, about SOIbs. ea. 40 store Hogs, about (loTba ca. CHICKEN8 1 About v'J9.(f,; \ - ,;,'.� TO toiiis ;of alfalfa 'In stackj; will .bo^dld by" the ton or bulk ^implements Gang plow* Dopring. ^'�Su^^Joy.TiDeering,, '.'.. ' , Double .JMsc Harrow i ' Drill, Siidey. McCormlclc flinder' , McCorralck'Mower. , ; Large Grain Tmik^Wagon^, ^ .Luntbejfev^ Democrat Wagon. r� 1^-) ,t ^ , ^Hay:>|Mke'^f^*-;flSS^^ Bundle Rach^ ;r ~, -'"^'f . ^ Sickle Gr|n4^:,|;.^i^|^^M':;^ii^| :ii^rtosV^^|t;^^^|c|^|^gx 2 brake bottoms.' for^sul^cy^lpw 4 sets Gang mmtxifym*T lie i^^^ej^^smm^f^s. t'Xi#i>l^|wMi8ip TERMa AND CONDITIONS-Half Cash, haWe thraail)rmentns.'. ^.orT10% off for1 cash on alj crsdft .ajJMu'ri' �|TH, Auctioneer. 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