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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THJTtETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 914 letbbrtogc Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Dtlly. year.. mall, per year... Wetklr. by auU, year. 3.00 1.00 1152 1224 Buchanan John Torrance ilauglng Director Business Manajsr TELEPHONES Biutnets Editorial Offlo. -AS THE; SITUATION STANDS ''just actions occupy morn attention thin the progress of the armies in France. .It is quite clear Turkey has teen trapped by Ger- many. Tho German officers with its set the heather on tire without, apparently, the knowledge of ojBcialfi of the Ottoman government Turkey is a weak nation and is easily made the tool of a nation like Ger- many. The real danger irom. Tur- jcejj's entrance into the war is a pos- sibility of an uprising of the Moslems bj4 the assurances which are coming jroiji India impress us with the loyal- ty of this. element in India. and, like- ly, .Prvpt to the British. It is only to be'expected that the Sayville wire- less should, send ont stories of an up- rising .of the natives in Egypt, against British Germany haa to .falsify things In eider to bolster up the ham of 'Its people. Its news from Egypt ia .all certainty is of the clothesline .variety manufactured in Berlin for German consumption. Qcnnanf west into the war brealppg vowaHt had piedgad to a small nation like Bel- gium, and so truth is not to 'be ex- pected frcn German sources. On the battlefields of Belgium, France and Poland the great struggle Is proceeding with all its aeroeneas aad.with every indication of hcjslsl- neas to the French offic- ial Teport proves that progress is lat; Blade; at any -'Barman forces are uui Dremkiiig iiirougii the Allied- lines. In fact the German army js farther away from- Its ob- white paptr for these papers more than the wholesale aelilag price. There Is a loss-on every copy sold and the greater the excitement, tho more "extras" issued, the greater the loss. Jo ordinary times this loas 1> made up by advertising receipts. It la ob- vious, that nothing U re- ceived for the advertising In this ad- ditional and temporary circulation. Tho Bud .reverse of this la true. In all times of, excitement advertising dl to their renders do a large amount of orig- inal'news'gathered in addition to that done 'for Associated Press or- ether news gathering organijations and the expense to them is Elmply ataggerihg. Is dodbtfut- whether any- of the- publishers of the great newspapers can even now refrain from either tears or bad language when he thinks of the orgy of expense in which he was involved during the Spanish Am eriean war. Abbey's "VITA" Tablets for sick SOLO BY J. D. HISINBOTHAIH CO., LIMITED.' WHY THB Th popular fallacy as to baeafltUM fkuneially from tlw.jitar oofbt to remoTed by tills flnd apparently intelli- still harboring the ovln km jthat war news the oir. chattel at a newapapw and advances ita and profits. Nothing to mistaken thajt thlt Toe ordinary of the most prosperous vanished into thin air and Ins fortunately placed found tharawlTM tacinaj enormous dencits Harrowing as that recollection haa been it will seem like a rosy dream if the present titanic conflict continues fur a considerable time and the nene- papers keep uj, taeir expenditure on the scale of August and September It may well be that all newspaper owners ;will '-be praying for a censor who will forbid any reference to the war to NO LAKE AT BUCKINGHAM PALACp (Glasgow' Record) The ornajnflnUl.lake in tie grounds of Buckingham Palace: has bcon drained and several, reasons be- ng urged as tb why 'the'-'-lvork baa leen carried out. Ostensibly tho laHa has been drained' for 'cleaning; pur- poses; but there are who see in the-operatioh a connoatipn with the war. .These persons that the draining has been perforined so as to prevent any aviators-of a hostile air- ship tliat may sixceed In reaching London from obtaining a clue to the proximity of tfce-R'oyai residence by seeing the reflection of the moon in the water of the lake. This particular sheet 'of water; T am told, forms' one of the clearest mir- rors in the whole of London, and the fact its being in the grounds of the palace renders its doubly important. A. B. Watts has boon a-ppointed treasurer of Brant county, Germany ;ls to have a big exhibit it the Panama The 'father of the largest family in Oklahoma' died there yesterday. Lady Pryce Jones, mother of Major A. W. Pryce Jones, of Calgary, died at Newtown, Wales. Rev. J. B.' ilUlard has. been, called; to the pastorate of the LiBtowel Me- thodist church. Tleihorton ratepoyors carried unan- imously a Hydro-electric bylaw involv- ing the raisins of 5S500. The- Algonquin Hotel, Sault Ste. JIarle, has gone into the hands of a receiver. A young nurse in a Hartford hos- pital was- stripped and thrown Into a tub of water 'by haters. The United States Vice-Consul at Jerusalem has returned and. reported starving "in Palestine, owing to the war. A doctor in New York, sued for alimony, testified he had only been earning S7 a week lor the past three years. John J. Campbell, Democratic can- didate for auditor-general of Michi- gan, was 'born in Ridgetown, Ont, in 1871. R. H. Hazz ,and Company, Gardiner, Maine, hdve' received an' order for pairs of'ahoes for the French army. Six suicidea have taken place as the result of the lallare of a chain of pri- vate hanks in the tenement districts of New York Joseph Slarcellin Labrie was found guilty at Hailejburj of uansiaughter causing the ..death of Joseph Toronto Saturday Night suggests as another safety promotion against a Zeppelin attack on London that the war ports should aut be allowed to light up after dark. coub Jcfeat kite writ before. Here fa ao profit to be made trom news paper subscription, or newspaper sales on the ttretta at any tine, and less during war time when tie of running a newspaper BTaatly increased and the revenue ia raiaced. Mr, Frank president of the Press, made a statement the'.other day -which we feel ia worth' as it will assist people that the news- It now-pretty generally under- stood that the Duke of Connanght nip- ped the Ottawa goTernment's election plaas in the bud Soon the tsossss at "smanaing a more pli- able governor-general. HooseTrtt saya he saw out of tie planar of two waning pow- ers to capture- United States Bet you KalMr Wil waa out ot those Who boasted so to Teddy. Just ilk of his crazy (riclts business suffers as largely as through the conditions by the world war Mr K0jea recognised leaders of the publishing world Hi; la as follows: la perhaps, no popular mis lajllrilandlng more widMpread than la the Current ballet that a _T otter important happen that causes an Increased sale o la profitable to news li so newspaper juWlsher as the news haarHr flnaocia world (trough RUMOR. What ran from lip to Up to tell How JeUlcoa, though nghtitfg 'weli, First the British seacien-fell? A Rumor, tfhat was it that inspired tic pen Which told of our. defeated'-mep, I Aid loeses more than, nine in ten? A Humor. Who saw the Hussians passing through From Strait'to Timbuctoo By way of Cork Dame Rumor. Who us 'we had 'brought toi book The German rlglit, and soon, might 'ook Upon face of beaten Kluck' 'Tvaa Humor Who -wisely mixing good and ill, And giving balsam after chill, Contrives to keep us happy; Why Bljinor So, as she brings ui irnfios and tears, And plays upon our hopes and fears, Knpwles, and sentenced to two W. I. Romhough; of Cornwall, has been appointed deputy sheriff of Stqr- mont Onndas and Glengarry, succeed- ing Robt A. Shearer, 1I.P.P. The military riBo of the United States Is the smallest such weapon used by any great nation, jet is con sidered to be the most powerful. Hambourg, the Russian pian- ist, was awarded 53500 damages In his IJbel suit against the London Mailr whjch called him a Gorman Dr. George P. Mills, dean emeritus of Massachusetts Agricultural Col lege, and one of the leading educa- tors in the country op that subject, dead at Amherat, Mass The fairgrounds, in Toronto, are be- ing prepared -to receive 2000. soldiers for the war will be lo- cated under the grandstand, where thore will also ire miniature -rifle ranges. The following officers of the 48th Highlanders, Toronto, will go to the front with the secpmT contingent Captain Norman PeWy; Lieut W C Cochrane, Lieut a H Turnbull, Lieut L. P. K. Gibson and Lieut W Mem pes. A new of .Sir. WllfT bpurier is now under It will the -authorised life oof -the Libei' chieftain, and the author. Prof O, Skeltou oS Queen's University. Kin stpn. is paying visits to Sir Wilfr from time to time to gather maten A Sixty Yew Standby For sixty years Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder has the standby of countless housekeepers have relied upon it for healthful, home-lbaked food. Dr Price's alum or lime phos- phate. There is; never ;any question about the absolute purify 'arid healthfulness of the ibod it raises. It has stooid the lest of time. That is why the best informed housewives will use no other. BAKINGEPOWDER Made Iron. Cream ol Tartar No Alum et first hand. time to It wijl-i be it two-volum work. Major B. E. Wayland. has bee chosen to command, the Fort WllUa and Port Arthur detachment, num bering 244 men and'-severi..offlcers( the second contingent The other o fleers' are Captains Sow and Kin and Lieutenant Fort William Lieutenants aicOovern, "Milne an Oliver, Port Arthur; LIFE LOST FOR A SMOKE To Oil us with excitement, here's To Rumor. W. B In London Chronicle Hngliah authorities tell us that Si ohn Fisher, the now heal of mlralty, ia going straight a the and giving immediate tat le Hop to It, old boy, That'ajurt what we want Sink the Lelpsig first or -want to (et tie" pesky >J thing off 'our mind. The university extension leetirn this rear should attract the of every ciUMn m seireh 0( tloa about the countries at war. professors tontribuHag to this course will aeaj with created by the struggle in Bur- ope members of th, tanrtt, of ow ttaltenity et enjoy a am hand acQuainfMCe with Germany and what they to say about that aspirations can be depi to to the Judgment of close aid otservera of recent hlstary. None ol vi can flatter our enough Inform sltua.Upa.. ,re 'ft Hartk of tamlodge and this extension course SANBORN3I SEAL COFFEE SATISFIES. CHASE 4V 6ANBORN MONTRtAL. Killed by a Shell While Lighting Cigarette Private Hannah of the King's Ow Scottish Borderers ''referring to th crossing of the Aisne under the Oe man "We got out orders early In th morning to get across the river an had to turn out early. It wan verj cold, and there heavy rain, bu we got our pipes aet and i all right then When we got to th river the fun began. There were n bridges, but the engineers had mad loir.c rafts. Six men got on eacl raft, and with the burden we were ut to the knees in water, and were haa across to the other side by a rope When we got across it was hotter than ever, and a good many of.our chap were wounded, mostly In the legs.p arms. You -bet, we took all .the .cove could. "Some time after this three of us were lying In a field I smoking my pipe, and'my chum waa puffing at a cigarette. The man next my chum hadn't a match and wanted Ight badly. He got up to nt touch' from my chum soon is roso ,ths poor beggar was nit with i ahell killed. My chnm (Ot hold o a trench-making tool It Is like a spade at one end and a pick at the other He stuck the pick end Into the ground and lay down behind it, covering hit head with the spade end Kvery twt or three minutes you heard the bulleti pattering on the iron? Private Hannah quotes a remark jade to him In >hospltal by a wounded ficrnan, irltfc whom he became friendly: 'TEigllBh artillery no good, English He further French soldiers at very plucliy but rather slow, and MTI rlefr artillery Is the best tn the Tie Algerian! like OARV'S OF WAR'S TOLL Birmingham, Ala, Mov if the European wsf Is maintained with its present violence for 18 months, loss of life will be and thi property low E H Gary, president of the AaMrloan 8UM and iron Institute, aald IB ad- dresilng. the annual taat orcanliaUuu, i' the destruutlon itt-ths picture that uerman shel'a near Lierre during the on Antwerp Soldiers axhid the wreckage-are .Bhown. firing: at a passing German aeroplane THE VVORLD'S "VICTORIA CROSSES" (Jreat Britain, may well feel proud and 'boast of her military decoration, :he Victoria Cross, -which is only con- ferred for conspicuousi bravery on the field of.battle. France confers her distinctive radges, in the. well-known region of Honor. Austria: confers hef1 Ancient Order Qennanyls- eauivslent of the Vic- toria Cross ;isr-'the' Iron Cross, which, it Is.said, the Kalser'bas already git en of .his soldiers in the distributes her Gross of St. present war; ViiM adlmlt: sparingly "to; her successful Denmark has one ot the trious orders the'Order of the Elephant, which Kith that ot our Order ol the Oartor. Spain is truly proud of of the Golden Fleece which and has been, moat, sparingly Italy never fails to decorate her soldiers with her Military Metal of Metit That is thet yalufejof Canada's manu- factures for one in money. But what of their value measured in the qoiri- fort, the happiness and the well-being of the whole country? l To produce them gives employment to over six hundred thousand workpeople. whose total wages amount to each year. These workers, with their fwnitiettind those who benefit br their purchasing power, number nearly oiia-third the population of by J of How readily it is apparent that the prosperity ud happiness of of m the continuous employment these on the consumption of goods "Made in Canada."