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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta JEFOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1914 Jtbbribcje Ibevalb Utbbridgc, Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY UB8CRIPTI0N RATES r, delivered, per year..... r. br mail, per year...... ft hy mall, per ]rear..>v TELEPHONES �4.00 S.OO 1.00 12B2 Red* Office ............ lal Office .............. 1224 . A. Buchanan John Torrance Bfilng Dlrecior Business Manager AS THE WAR STANDS lOUgh the oiurnnco of Turkey in- Ihe war injects r. new olonieni h has attracted attention for the being, tlie major interest is still lered on the battle line in France nplgiiim where . lUh sides are (ing all their energies in an nt-�l to gain sonic advantage. The Ing within th,-" past couple of has hecn niarix-d by a recrud-nce of :ii.Hvity in the Reims and ;iun districis. the Allies having irently cnincd some headway, but to mat-, rially changre the sit-Oil. Frontal attacits on both sides in order, and as tlie past eight fi-:s have r-roved. tliese are not :i!;cive to progress against sirong- Ientrenched positions. The best s is that from the German camp th.e going in Belgium is hard, .vine that the .\llies are well able ombat any attempt to reach Dun-. Calais and other channel ports. P ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Itnitting factory is to be opened at Uedcliff. Hev. .las. Uiwrence. a retired Pf'es- hyterian minister, died at Winnipeg. Aid. M. C. Costello, is in the field as a candidate for mayor ot Calgary. The M'ounted Polios detachment at Medicine Hat now consists of rI.t con-slables. a sergeant and inspector. Secrotarjy Kemper, of the International Hi-e'.vj>-ry Workers, died at Cineinnati. Ohio. Oniario will contribute 100.000 lbs. of evniioruted apples to British tars and to the iiolgian relief fund. Wm. Williams, S.^ years ot age, father-in-law ot Sir Donald Mann, and a Winnipeg old timer, is dead. Mnlor F. C. .MeCordick of St. Catharines, has been api'Ointed as second in eenunand ot the Ontario regiment with tl\c second contingent. To preserve neutrality the Swiss government lias spent $10,000,000. It has been held necessan- to continue keeping under anng 30,000 men. Toronto t'niversity is asking the Ontario government to increase its assistance to t!ie University by |70,- 000. Ottawa is trying the experiment of litiying a carload of apples direct from western Ontario farmers, to sell cheap to the citizens. Coi. l-:odg!ns. ofScer commanding the 1st .Miiitarv Division, has decreed that there shall be no canteen at the training quarters for the western Ontario regiment. Frank Trethewey, son ot W. G. Trethewey. formerly of Toronto, has been accepted for the Royal Naval Air Serrtce and has joined for training. Robb Sutherland, late manager ot the New Westminster News, is taking "THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY" HAD NOTHING ON MYSTERIES AT THE 'Y' over the management of the Nelson Russia the Gtniians say the re-i jj^jlj. ^;^^^.g j-j.^^^ garland Foster, is indecisive. Russian reports who expects to go to the front. ever show that the invading Ger-is in Russian Poland have been back to a semi-circle between saw and the Russ-German border. Russian line now extends from ;k through Leidz, Petrokow, and to Ogto*et7., southwest of Radora. Russians claim that the Germans still retreating, and that the Ger-13 have taken another defeat on east Prussia front, so that all ap-well in that quarter, furkey has apologized for the re-incident in the Black Sea, which as to indicate that the German acted without orders from the Whetlier this ^\-ill end the in-at, and result In Turkey remain- (out of the war only time will tell, he proclamation of martial law lughout Kgypt appears to be a pre-lonary measure on the part of the ish in view of Turkey's activity the fear of a Jloslem war. |he sinking ot the Hermes is on a with the loss of other British era. In this case most of the was saved and tlie loss will not bo keenly felt. It is a sort of war-the British tar does not relish, it is apparently the enemy's tac-In the case ot the Hermes the iser was proceeding unprotected, larently when destroyers are in lence the su/bmarines can be stood and as all the first class cruisers, |tle cruisers and dreadnoughts are protected disaster has not come ^he more important veBsels so far. f. T. R. Preston is going to write Ife of Lord Strathcona. The Moose News wants to know his quali- ttions. Well, he was a newspaper or once. Isn't that sufficient. The Ontario government has named G. N. Millar, county crown attorney for the Judicial district of Sudbury, and T. H. Dyer of Thombury county, crown attorney of Grey county. Dr. J. H. Br>ce, of the Dominion Immigration department, is in St. Thomas looking into the matter of having some 500 acres of farm land in Elgin county purchased and divided up into ten acre farms for Belgian refugees. Silas Carpenter, late chief of police at Edmonton and formerly chief ot tlie detective department in Montreal, will in all probability be appointed to take charge of the registration ot all Germans and Austrians in the Montreal district. Colonel W. St. Pierre Hughes, Inspector of penitentiaries, and brother ot the .Minister of .Militia, has. it is reported, been appointed to command the Third Division ot the second overseas contingent now being mobilised at Kingston. Robert Arthur Bell, who with his son, Robert C. Bell, operated a saw-mil] at Blueberry creek on the Nelson-Rossland branch ot the Canadian Pacific railway, met his death near his home when, while -walking on the railway company's right ot way, he was struck by the engine of a train. He was a British army veteran. "I have no patience with those people who are eternally seeking to remove all temptations) from the paths of men. A man who can only be saved by removing all temptations from his daily lite is really not worth saving. Those reformers seem to want to make sissies of all the human race." This opinion was expressed by the Rev. J. H. Sheppard, the newly appointed rector of the Church ot England at Wetaskiwin, on his way west from hin old parish at Cold-water, Ont He Is opposed to prohibition. cently two Liberals were remov-the customs staff for the rea-that ibusiness had fallen off. We ! lerstand that a Conservative work-  is soon to be appointed to the staff. � piness evidently is picking up Siin. fmrnigration seems to have picked ; J wonderfully in the last fow wtekS: j iessltating the appointment ot a; �taker at the immigration hall. 1 i't it great the affect the removal i| Nelson News says Femie ould bave a drill hall. So it should. |ia tbe headquarters of the gallant Kooteiuty regiment and is wcr-1/ of that much encouragement. We Ight remark that tbe late Liberal Ivenuuent had made provision for a [ill haJl there. Why was It dropped the new government? Possiibly "0 'ftWe a drill hall to be built at some LADIES a slip means a rip Don't risk ruining a handsome gown by slipping on wet icy siaewalks. Have vour winter boots heeled with cAT^S PAVr CUSHION RUBBER HEELS They cost no more than the ordinary kind. All dealers -50c 162 Spookdom was In its glory at the Y. M. C. -V. on Saturday night. Over 500 cltl7.ens with a streak of superstition climbed through a basement window into what seemed a dungeon thronged with hoiUBbury camp, haH been officially announced. .Albert Foster, treasurer of Brunt county, Ontario, Is dead. A new city kitchen at tlie Hamilton City UoBpltttl will be ereclsal al a 'cost o� |3o.0�0. _ . .The Ammr Read The Literary Digest than any other News Weekly published in the UNITED STATES ^ The Literary Digest is being read by thousands of Canadians from Halifax to Vancouver. This immediate popularity is accounted for by the fact that this great illustrated weekly presents the WAR NEWS from all sides without favor or bias. It reflects the public opinion of the countries engaged in war by reprinting the vital war news from their own newspapers and periodicals. * T , ; ; r ; ^ / WAR There is another good reason. The Literary Digest is first in the field with reproductions of illustrations, maps, diagrams, and re-printed pen>pictures from the great newspapers and magazines of Europe and America. The Literary Digest gives you the best from all periodicals at the price of one. '   7 ' , ?"'^,(t'~ ; Order from your Newsdealer. Published every Saturday. Price, fO Cents If for ajr wioii your ncwsi^MJcf doM ast cMvy Thc lilTOARY DiGBST or if yott �ro Ihriat dntMit from a city or Iowa Mnd to tko pttbttoatlMi offleo (384 Fourth Avenue. New York) tho Mim of $3.85 mad jour ubwriytian will bo ontorodl fbf ono yoar (82 aumben). The publbher* main this gvMmnty: if at tho oad of two months you should wish to caacol your sdbscriplioB a Doticoto this offoct will briag you by rotum maU tho full amount paM (|3.85) The Literary Digest covers the entire field of human interest,-war, science, discovery, politics, art, literature,-everything printed worth reprinting. ALL NEWS-DEALERS-10 Cents FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (PublUhen of the Ftmo StsndsH Dictionsry) NEW YORK Get your Literary Digest and other periodicals on the war, such as The Illustrated London News, Graphic, etc., at THE KENNY & ALLIN CO. THE DRUG-BOOK STOKE. NEXT DALLAS HOTIL COMPEL GERMANS TO END BUSINESS Legialatlve Authorltica at Hong Kong Order Britain's Enemies from Land Hong Kong, China.-The Legislative Council of Hong Kong today passed an ordinance to go into effect Immediately, compelling all enemieB of Great Britain, residing within the colony to bring their business enterprises to an end and depart. The government will appoint liquidators. Any person purchasing such a foreign business must show his good faith. There are as many German firms doing business in Hong Kong a� there are English. As winter relief work, the city of Hamilton will construct a sewer in the east end, at a co.^t of $130,U00. "A GRAND SCRIMMAGE" Wounded 8oldl�r's Dtacriptlon of Bayonet Work CONSTIPJiTION RELIEVED ENTIRELY AT OUR RISK VnlsM Rexall Orderlies relieveyour bowel troubles and make you feel like coming back to thank us for telling you about them, then come back anyway, and ask us to eive you back your money. This ii just as strong as we can make this guarantee, and we want to make it strong, be