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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta frAGE FOUR S THE T-ETHBRIDGE PAILV HERALD THURSDA V, NOVEMBER 4, 1915 Dcvaio Blberta DAILY AND WEEKLY, Ratcit dBllverca, nsr year Dally, by mall, per year Weekly, by mail, per year. TELEPHONES: tBiHfneM Offl.ce Oiflce 1224 1 W, A. Buchanan John Torrahce Managms Director Business Manager Your King and Country Need You Right Now gun to thump the earth with thnir heels In s'iow rhythmic measure; bal- nnclng on one foot, they hit the earth with the other; fnstcr. faster, over faster, grew the throbbing sound of iho old Maori war-march; it uad come down to tlmm through u thousand years: It was in their blood, the blood of a warrior brel-d who know no fear. The Australians, sphinx-like Jit their stillness, heard tho throb of pounding teet, arid never is the white lire that never flickers, never grows cold, never burns out. Sudden and sharp an order ripped along the lines. Maoris and Australians leapt into-life as though flung forward by an electric shock; they ran as men nm who ore matched with death, right on towards fhe Turkish trenches. Never a sound from thu Australian 1 lines, but a yell that rang to heaven! 'from the battle-yell that i New Zealand knew when tha woi'al was young. Guns spoke to them A Daily Always Acceptable and Delicious. I! II The Tea of all Teas. Black, Green "I Get a package and enjoy or Mixed J a cup ol Tea. "In MAP SHOWING LATEST DEVELOPMENTS I THE BALKAXS ROUND THE CIRCLE I'OF THE WAR M Critics of the Asqnlth they" strode 'over the ground in their I, find in the Premier's statement of! splendid pride. Bis guns and swift- Tuesday- In the of hirers sang the song of death. Rifles [j-what they complain of as being gross'! rinneiUlier air. .Iron and lead wade a J; I bungling of the nation's war affairs. I curtain qf death all the way between ,'JHis supporting newspapurs, however, jtliem nntl the Turkish trenches, but promise of vigorous action in' i went un; the Maori and the Aus- Jfuture, which, far from exhibiting any j tralian fiever'falter in the charge. On j-weakness or of the Prem-1 to the trenches went all that was left] ?'ier to bend under the burden, gives- {the country renewed confidence. f -them, on and into the trenches, j Then Turkish mutils tors and Teuton j French Premier Briand follows up'jofricer. learnt In that srlm hour what j Premier Asfiuith's statement with onejreai i equally; Tlgorous to Uie effect that J France is in the war to stay vie- Hory is assured, and rights restored.. men. They avenged the mui- and sent a shudder e.. A new French expedition is laadin.ij.the "thick of Karala in Greece, pccordlug to. yes-. dispatches, which also carry f more hopeful news from Serbia, in Germnn successes have "been, J somewhat checked and towns re-cap- lured. That the Baltic blockade has been j rwuccessful, is intimated by the fact I that steamers to Germany now Decline to carry anything save jtass enters and mail. through-Ilia Sultan's army. "He who .told me lhe tale was in la Berlin no meat is now to be had, and vegetables being: the diet. [J3 STILL THE TURK That the Turk has Ipsi. none of. his is made plain by; Mr. A, G. Hales, in a recent article in John, Bull Mr, Hales, who iiaa toeen in close touch with the Dap- 'daneHes campaign, pleads that as war is war and war is hell, it is useless to .expect to make it anything else. The who of "Hague Convention, rules in war-time is a dreamer. He -lo of ib.9 severest reprisals, and it would seem that the splendid HICKED UP IN .ASSINGC THE BUSY MAW A copy of an order freeing a slave, signed by Lincoln, was sold at a New York auction for S515. Eighteen negro prisoners punched a hole-in "the'wall'of Knos county jail ?4id most are free still. vMrs.- Sftrnice Bernauer, of Kansas City, is being-sued for divorce by her sixth She is young. is stated that the average sal- ary of the Baptist minister in the -U.--S.Js a day. John "Han dley, eccentric million- Scranton, Pa., lelt Winchester, VaV, because it once be-: .friended thim, to be paid soon, 20! .years after his death. i Kbb; "Butter, wealthy farmer and; real church leader, near lola, ,is faeihg-'sued for for aliena- tion of .the affections of the wife of a.i Y- Members ot the Ontario Club m While French and British troops are foelng rushed north from SalonikI into Serbia, via Gtevgeli, the Austro-Germans have struck at Serbia-from'the north and west and according to German official have crossed imo SeiOia across the Drina, Danube and Save KLvers. J. L. GARVIN'S VIEW ON THE BALKAN SITUATION troops from the Antipodes took mat- "Toronto decided to cease the sale of liquprs daily at 8 p.m., and may vot; (J, L. Garrin, in llondon Sunday "We know now that it must te, above "Great Britain's w'ork in the. Balkans. We know equally well that the Balkans in the infinitely frightful weeks betore .us will either be the grave of German ambition or the grave of British hopes. If fail in the near east, there can be no thorough victory over the central em- pires; We may and shall fight- them achieve, overthrow, .essential to a drastic settlement, enduring peace, and our'o'wirfuture safety; "The conditions are..such, that H only we are strong and prompt llBppeued at the Galiipoll Peninsula i have reached -their limit. If they are Suit has been entered in the and Australians had not T'preme court by the Northern Trusts Co.: H. the liquida ccnt.ral .empires, with for th2 company, of Calgary, for will.have stretched out 1 got there I do not know, p peoples make their own rules as they fgo along in a fight No one more than tiiey" enemy plays the game, but let him, play the 000 and interest. .803.30.-; The Ontario license board suspend- anfl they find tiie brimstone to for one week the license of the. Warm him, and they imd Jt In lumps. fTheir wot to is, mj- enemy does ,to me and my broiher, so; will I do and a -bit over luck. H Royal tbsicatert soldiers in the bar. W, H. Ktere, provincial fair the tectainly ruptured to all, haltering to none. At been pleased with his work. A suc- tbe bermning they did not know the cesscr wjll not he appointed. The tffuth; then came a daj when a bunch AuitraUans got cut off; they fought tp the last cartridge, and were taken 'prisoners, and the Turk did to thoie grim lads the unnameable thing; mutilating them as of bid I had [faiiowa them to mutilate the Mace- It was horror fashioned in 3hell, jwd shaped in shame, and the Ttere glad to die. A Maori FeglmMit came across the dying; Aus- tralians, and there and then i wore a fae l i after by another work official. The London, Eng., board of trade of numbers on ajtiomhined cfft-i.sive working, and south. Last Card "The.enemr itt the Balkans is play- ing his; last card-. The allies in France and Belgium can in any" case keep a stipulated time to the strength of half a million men and more if need be. "Rumania can put men in tfe fi.l-d. Neutrals, like members of parliament, .count, a divi- sion. Rumania in -tliii ent( must move either one wav or the other and would rather go the allies, but her geographical position forbids her anything to chance She must be thoroughly satisfied as "to the miltary prospects-in the Balk- ans. Sfie must have There must be no more, blindness Jn that respect, more' peddling di- plomacy on the part of 'the allies. Political Revolution "The adhesion of "Rumania 'would mean not only a splendid accession to ,the allies' numbers and'." eiliciency it would mean that ,the; Russian forc- es woiiirt be linked up to Rumanian railways with the heart of the Balkans. That' wouldVmean that Russian troopfa would pa'-s into Bui garia. "That would bring about com- plete political revolution m the sweeping away of King Ferdinand and his dynastv, tlie return of the their Bulgarian arm> to the Slav cause thin Th'tt- as cprtain a possibility as I j anything in political calculation can more can S2curc the adhe- iT-Bni-n-f s'on of Rumania the reversal -6i thf oil Bulgarian pplirv the Caving of Ser- accum-1 am' oi Turku if -nrces" their militar> in the Balkans is decisive, enough and their diploma tic action at Bucharest is bold and FIGHT OK PA Y Do You Want His Kiddies- to have a tittle luxuries while he's in the trenches? That Saturday afternoon movie show? That street car ride? That covet- ed book or like when Daddy was home? Don't You Want to Give Them one little pleasure- YOU who perhaps have so many? Help keep the smiles on the faces of the wives and kiddies of the soldiers at the front by subscribing to the PATRIOTIC FUND has awarded a piece of plate to! their front impregnable. Under the Capt? William Finch, commander of! new conditions' they, can postpone the White Star line steamer Arabic, their western offensive if they choose, in recognition, of his exemplary con-1 so as to make it more crushing at a duct when his and-sunk by a G Fastnet last August. vessel was torpedoed j later stage. German submarine on! "Tt suits Ci en. JoFfre that the Ger- j mans in -the pursuit of _the Balkan -Sergt.- Gobderich, K.N.W.M.P., ar-! adventure'should either be' compelled rifed in Calgary from England in; positively to reduce their strength charge ol Walter Brigham, who has between "the North Sea and the" Vos- been brought back to face a charge of J ges or should have the .utmost ditJi- horss stealing. The .prisoner was Acuity in supplying the reinforcements horss stealing. The .prisoner was culty in supplying the remforcemei rounded lip in England after a search i required to'keep" up to a safe never to rest iintrt Juatlca lasting .many'-months all over this j their strength against the Franco- Bad been done Breaks an oath and a never all the orders of the Army Council could not mike them they had sworn by the old- time gods of tneir people, as a Maori does when iiis fighting blood to _on the Soil. Tne mutilated men fcfcd been their bivouac comrades; they had broken bread togethei; that was They passed the word to the Aitftralian regiment, naming the afewneful tiling that had been done, Ud'a terrible aa a storm ran lion; the Colonial lines Men grip- fed tSelr rifles till the barrels almost that young and WTiih a moment before, set like They apoke no word, the) made no Jow, Itut ever and anon, as they gaz- Turkiih trenches, where the officers kept watch, a Ion, broke the still- So the ilaorl and his Aistra- iiffMlM waJUd. Day was chang tig ti> ran along the Auatnllani lean- more toward .MI the rifle. batoawta rr. tUy. Tbe continent, conducted hy the Mounted _Ppjice.: Prisoner was Ibis morning re- manded for "seven da vs." generous. "Of Greece, perhaps the said at present the better It is essential that (here should be perfect'clearness about the situation and that the allies should be sure of their ground in every respect. Venizelos and the majority of the Crre-k people are m painful condict with King .Constan: tine, the kaiser's sister." and the court. The new cabinet unfter M. Za- mais has taken the grave step of repudiating its treaty obligations to Serbia. Greece Take Chance "We doubt .whether the consequem es of that- poflcy 11 adhered to, been fully understood in Vthens It would mean in effect the. repudiation on the part o! King Constantine and British armies. They rare just the' his government of t he: treaty -pf Buch- conditions'. required to .accelerate thejarest, under which Greece received all coming of "the final situation, when j her additions in territory. -It IB Gen. Jofire-will have ir, in his quite impossible for Greece to the all the profit arising out of the treats ies of 1913 with mjne of the respbn- tn win the crowning victory of European war. Suffer From Piles no matter how long' or how to your 'druggist todav an6 eat a 60 cent Pyramid file Trbaimint It will give quick relief, and a single box often "cures. A trittT package mailed .free in plain -wrapper II you send ur coupon below. "In the'cast Russia is already re- lieved to a degree by the transfer to the Balkan frontier of the armies umjcr Mackenzen, Oalwitz and Eichorn. Out Russian allies have a breathing space. The czar's armies in ,tbe. next- stage a few months hence could swing their offensive with greater efiect against an enemy wcak- jencd on the eastern front hy the'di- i version qf troops and reinforcements of guns munitions toward the Danube. Half Million Men "The first thing IK to save Serbia, slop advance; and de- prive Bulgarians of their hopes in Macedonia. Britain and France, but Britain above all, must throw rapid- ly into the Balkans enough troops to neutralize the Bulgarian attack. This means at least a quarter of a million FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMJI> DnUG COMPANY Pyramid IHdg., Marshall, Hteh. ft, Free wrapto of In plain wrapper, Street City State........ sibilities for'mairttainiug-the treaties of 1913. In all circumstances the allies must make certain of their case at Haloniki, and this they can do but the first point to make plain at Ath- e is is that modern Greece is the ere1 ation of France, Great Britain and Russia and that'the and pros- perity of the kingdom of ire inseparable from the. power as v'ere the fortunes of ancient Athens. 1'ie next .point to make plain is that a country which repudiates any treaty has no moral claim to the benefits of that "treatv. It is for Greece to take things one way or the other. 1 We venture to .say that a sufficient number of British and French troops landed at Saloniki will make inevit- able the return of 31. Venizelos to power and will secure the active in- tervention of Greece. Drain on Enemy 'If we grasp the situation, Ger- manv must either ghe up the attack! bn Serbia and her Bui- gars and her Turks, or the Balkan ulcer will be as a fatal drain on the enemy's strength just, when it is be- coming in any case fairly sufficient ior its task anywhere, as was the -Spanish ulcer1 on Napoleon. 'So .much, then, for the way to end the war. What of the war to lose it lhe best way to lose the war would be to'go on as we are, or, at least, to. continue the temper and method which prevailed with the 3rit_ sh government up to a fortnight ago GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDSIUND WALKER, O.V.O.; LL.D., D.C.L., nreiufeiit JOHN Manner H. V. F. JONES, V. C. BROWN, Supcrimcfliicnt ot Control CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small accounts are welcomed Accounts may be opened and operated by mail Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with- draxi als to be made by any one of them oc by the burvivor. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr I.n that ease we should have allowed the censorship with good intentions to deceive our nun coimtrj, rot the enemy the countr> would still have been deceived both as to the military and diplomatic position, we have been aroused too iate to Ihe magnitude of our task and to tin. Vital nccessit) of pnucnul action in iliO Balkans. the stead) weakening of our own in our own .that of all other na- tions would have par. I wed our own indomitable vigor and sapped popular confidence among us BARTENDERS FINED Edmonton, Alta, Nov six against Calgarv bar tenders-, for- selling liquor to drunken men werev.sec_iired by officers in the Liquor License branch. .The magis- trate imposed a fine In each case. -The convictions were the. result of .complaints sent to. the re- garding an offence for which there is absolutely One: bar- londer loses his-licensed as hla. was a sGcpnd .conviction- for the ,same' class offence. 'Chief, License Inspector in- timatea that any. further, convictions. Iii the province for. this prime will bo fol'iowed' by., cancellation, oE bartend- ers' licenses, under Section of the Liquor .'License and- sus- pension of Jiotel licenses ..under tion fin. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN PACIFIC 3 'fORTHEA KIDNEYS What They Have Done 111 suffered a yreit many with kidney trouble; tried several cciredies and also doctors medicine nth no remit Two years ago I read nn id in it news- paper of PHUS FOR 1W- hID and sent for rwo boxes They did me more good than all I had ever taken. After I used the first two T sent for two more boxes, and 1 satisfied, and men that is a preliminary step. Fur-' Hlso know, that Gin Pills are (he bcit kidney ther steps will mean" the real test of British capacity and statesmanship. We must act, at Bucharest and Ath- ens as 'we have failed to. act at So- fia. We. must guarantee to Rumania and Greece, that, witli the allies, they will be .oh 'the winning side. To make that guarantee fully effective -we. must pledge ourselves (o intee British and French the. within .remedy m.idt. I used to have lo rise llircn or four in the night now I can jleep don t .hive to got up at all, thank> GIN PIUS Am seventy-two >eara ojd 34 t A! EXANDER r N V, SQf. n box at All OniffiruU Sample free upon requcit to NatioiulDr of A C CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS V JOEY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES FROM TO CALGARY, EDMONTON, C.rtmt Bt itjlin KOOTENAY LOG. AND EAST 0I11BUI IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC 3.8. LINES Tickets on sale Cioiu J5lh lo Do- cuiubuj Olst, 1915, iuul good for fhe TIIROUOH STANDARD tOUJJIST HLKEVTNG CARP Tickets and full Information at all Canadian Paclllg Railway S. B. MITCHELL, Aoent, R. DAWSON, Dlitrlct Agent, CANADIAN General Change Train Service October.Slst Agtnti, R. DAW8OS', Dlitrlct Agent, ;