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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WE LETHBRIDGE DAItY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 191." AND WEEKLY. rlptlon Riteis rear.... (4.00 SAID 1.00 NO POSSIBLE DOUBT WHATEVER HOUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Allied, armies in Serbia are zov beginning to amie themselves Along the Macedonian border they hare gained considerable suc- cess. Tho Serbs are fighting in deE- leratioa to check the German ad- the nortli, and have suc- ceeded-to extent. i'rtsh contiiigsnts of Allied troous are ar- ming at Salonika Tllo nen'.j tounied Greek has reigned on defeat on a of confidence vote in parliament, over a discussion of military matters. Veni- selosTmay- again becomo premier, in case the chances of Greece's participation in ths war OT ed by city "in public i which may ba of the most itillty to tie inhabitants The should then fce put at interest} jncftHer hundred yesrs when the unalatioa should be divided, one- jter- to Hie city and three-quarters ae state Hen tSe first hundred years -were i t, Boston found tnat she had ,to her credit from the Franklin i Taking Boston estab- S. sd a training school for mechanics, remaining was put out at rest aftin. ailadtlpnia's experience with the H- anal fund oTlouOO was abont the '.-'Has Boston's or, firured that at the tof tie years when 'irund is to be distributed, each. 4 oogtit to amount to about 1000. But Boston's fund at the end the lint hundred years exceeded Bklin's estimate by So a problem I Boston handles the fund as auc- -dftfty in the second hundred years fsha did in the first, 'horr much in at wfll It be! asks Financial Post. franklin's demonstration was im- will 10 into times' Nearly 133 times. he amply justified when he :nU: "Manor Is of a prolific nature." WHAT GERMANY UP AOAINVT some observations on the recent peace oominr thronch German of information, the Winnipeg says: Germans have Seamed some- .the last fifteen months; In next fifteen months they will learn more. They will find that tbk inr to the death Europe may death; but better far a me than one subject to the Mam. Fifty years will re- f the damage; but If wett- goes dem before the 'mi raviahen who aoclaim j i lord, the world will pass [i, a Utousspd yearv into [es of military tyranny, jls faie wilt be iiay. as Uie Germans which armament _and allied forces increase the pressure upon a slowly weakening Germany. The third phase will be a content between Allied na- tions, with all their resources mobil- ized, and a Germany bled white, with her war resources impaired, and most of her fighting men out of action. That stage ought to be reached by nest August, when tha..war enters up- on its third rear. "Germany is stiH counting upon the Allies weakening, but is beginning to he harassed by the fear that tie "will to conquer" may not be an exclusively German characteristic. When she re- alizes that the war which sfto entered upon BO confidently in the expectation that it would "be a triumphal proces- sion is to go on, there win he no col- lapse in her resolution. Let us not cherish any illusions upon this point. JTnn .miijft is at stake for 'Germany to admit that her plans have miscar- ried. She will have to be bsaten back foot by foot; and it will be a long, bloody, costly business. The Allies must not count the cost in money or in Mood. Nor will they. Here in Canada we, too, must play our part without flinching and without ra- The insurance society -of Cleveland will establish a school for training young insurance Two more" applications' for" divorce have been entered. Christopher Siu- clair ot Toronto is suing" for divorce from-his. wife Annie-'Sinclair of Ke- gina, and Raymond C. Savage of tzranby, Quo., wants a divorce from his wife Louise Savage. Second Herbert Pisher, Eighth Sherwood Foresters, who was in British Columbia on the Lagan furniture factory, Stratford, outbreak of t'he war, and enlisted in learned that he had been bequeathed tfip 'British Columbia Horse, after- a thousand pounds on the death' of his wards obtaining a commission in his father in India: The bequest was tied Decision Lett to Party Caucus Ottawa, NOT. it is under- stood that Sir Robert Borden and Sir Wilfrid Uurler had a short cou- [ftcenKs yosttrday at; which llio mat- ter of tha extension ol Uio life of the present parliament was discussed, it is assfcrUil that no definite agree- ment WR? reached. White both leaders are'said to be in agreement as to the necessity for action being taken, it is not belwed likely'.that formal agreement will bo arrived at before parliament meets. Then formal pro- posals .will be submittvtl and consid- ered by the two parties in caucus. Undoubtedly thu Canadian parlia- ment will be influenced to some ex- tent by tiio action taken by the im- perial bouse to prolong the life of the British pailiament. Action must be taken within three months by the imperial government and it is quite probable that the ineasurQ to Le in- troduced at Ottawa will conform closely to the legislation adopted by the British house. It is stated that 'while the Conservatives are likely to favor an extension of the parliamen- tary term to be a fixed period after the termination of the war, the Lib- erals will be likely to suggest a 12- month extension, such extension to bs renewed at the end of the year. Canada's Expense in the Great War regiment, died "of wounds ia France, October 23. W. 31. Hughes, attorney-general in tha Australian government, mas' suc- ceed Premier Pisher. He- is a Welsh- quam years of age, and first worked H. Mi up for a year by the European, war. White will take a1 business college course on the strength 'of his new- found wealth. Amongst prominent Calgarians man, who went to Australia when 20 j qualifying for active service are, an.: H. McLaws of Lougheed, Bennett and itinerant- umbrella mender. Then he McLaws, who has already gained -a became a lawyer to N. S. W.' He .ivas first elected .reputation as-.a. corporation lawyer taV Legislature in irek" :B ICKEDUPIN ASS1NG! THE BUST MAN Dr. John Brandon of Hamilton, Ont, died in Calgary. Hal ton county will vote to get the views of the electors as to whether the.Canada Temperance Act should bo in .the county or not. Labor. mea in Toronto are making a protest because a northern town ot- fered girls only a wcea to work in .muuitioa .factories. The winter fair will fce held at the soldiers hare cocs.nted vacate tbe buildings while is on.L Nelson Spencer, II. P. P., Medicine Hat, denus a report that he was go- ing with the 63rd battalion as pay- master. -Petrolea will .vote on local option at the coming municipal elections. The petitions are now signed. The .county of Lamb ton will vote on the Canada temperance act next. May, The Rev. C. F. J. Symoas, who was killed in action in France, a few weeis ago', was the eldest brother of ProItBsor Symona of-Wueen's univer- sity. D. McColl Hardle, barrister, clerk qt the district court at L'algary lot many widely known in legal cifcLs, has enlisted as a priv- ate with the 89th. John Manser, insurance agent, charged with indecent assault on Mrs. John.' Bates, a soldier's wife, was sentenced, to. two months in jail hy Police Magistrate Maxwell, of St. Thomas. JIu. Catharine Hay, wife of George :W, Hay, of Toronto, former general passenger agent of the LehUh Valley railway, died suddenly at "the home of', her sister, Mrs. John Harmon, Sandwich. Mayor Sutherland, oi Kingston, has notified "'inn. minister of militia that .Kingston is prepared to supply ac- c'ommodatfon for 1500 extra troops to winter in the Limestone City witihliiit cost to the department. Relatives, announce that Major Wil- liam James Anderson, of Aprlecri: As, Rock Columbia, com manding the N'm'h The dfath occurred at L'Assump- 'iion Roman Catholic college, Sand- wich, of Rev. Father Peter Ghalan- dard, assistant, priest at L'Assump- t-ion church for the past twelve years. Father Chalandard was formerly a member of ths staff of St. Michael's, A, E. Dunbar, a practioneer of many years the city and now with Bennett and Mo Laws J. T. Shaw oi the firm of Ross tho and well Ales, known sporting Ottawa, Xov. to statement issued hy the department of finance today, the financial re- turns of the lirst eleven months of the present fiscal year, that is to say until the end of October, show an in- crease in receipts of over the-corresponding period of the prev- ious year and a reduction of nearly three million in ordinary expenditures and- of two and a half million dollars on capital account. Canada's war expenditure lor next year will te very large. About one thousand dollars per man per annum is calculated as the cost of raising, equipping and maintaining our troops at the front and under arms in Can- ada. In this war, this estimate will probably be exceeded on account of the enormous expenditure of ammuni- tion and the heavy strain upon ar- tillery and rifes. Canada's war ex- penditure next year, on the basis ot a force of will aggregate irom 300 to 250 million dollars. The inter- est charges in connection with this and past" war expenditure will amount to over fifteen million dollars per year. WIFE'S RIDE OF 300 MILES TO WIN HUSBAND'S RELEASE IjS SUCCESSFUL -Saiem, Ore., Nov. hardships of a 300-mile horseback trip made by Mrs. Walter Quick and baby of'Lake- view, over mountainous" trails, to plead for the releass of her husband from the state prison were not with- out avail, the state parole board Toronto, where he remained for near- sources, and A. T. Jewitt, secretary ly 30 years. lot tho school board. goods merchant, .B. S. deciding to recommend to the intendent of the derelopment branch jpTerninent that Quick be paroled, "of-the of- natural re- o 7c! p, m action at w rattnd October i9. GOAT COMFORT Confidence gained by wearing the correct thing at the right time and place. Be wise and use judgement by selecting and wearing FASHION-CRAPT CLOTHES. New Models to SAME FIT AND WORKMANSHIP. Quick will be confronted with the problem of reaching his home when Governor Witbycom'be orders his re- lean. He has a homestead near 300-miles from Salem, .and his only means' of transportation Is the ponji on which'his wife and baby made the long trip here. He has no money. The present outlook is that he will either have to sell the pony, their only noaseselon, to buy railroad tic- kets, or make the- trip on its back across the mountains. Quick was sent to.. prison for the theft of a sack 'of oats and a box of shotgun shells. SAYS PARISH PRIESTS PREVENT RECRUITING Montreal, Que., Nor. 3.- spn Blake, Toronto, sent last week to "MayOT Martin of Montreal, a cheque for jiOOO toward the British Red Cross fund, and in connection therewith made" allegations in a letter to his Worship that the French-Canadians of the province of Quebec were heing discouraged 'by the parish priests from doing their duty In this war, and that, there were wholesale desertions from the French-Canadian battalions. In a subsequent letter-Mr. Blake In- formed the Mayor that, pending a re- ply from the Mayor through the press, Mr. Blake's bankers in Toronto had been .instructed not to honor the cheque. The Mayor this afternoon took up Mr. Blake's challenge, and indited letters to the newspapers denying the allegations and stating that they are malicious. Mr. Blake's letters to the Mayor were dated from the "Windsor Hotel, Montreal., and his crooked officials." THE VICTROLA. AND THE COMMUNITY-NO.'J 1 Miss Stenographer says: "I'm certainly one happy girl since the Vic- trola came to our house. I did not find it hard to pay (erms were so easy, and believe me the pleasure we get after the continual rattle of the keys all day is a life-saver. Some of the new dance records are simply latent is 'Cecile and Miilicent Waltz.' You can buy the very finest dance records double-sided for only 90 cents. "None of my friends canltalk to me now about their good times for we have them ourselve- and our dances are a delight." Vlrtor IKcordi Mteftou choice) 947.00 Vidlrola VI With IS iM-tach 1 Sold on easy terms, if desired. Other Victiolu ham to eajr jfdeiired) asy "Hii in IOWB or city in Canada. Wnie for free copy of our 450 pije Musical Encyclopedia lilting ever 6000 Victor Records. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. LIMITED Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS IN. EVERY TOWN AND CITY Be sure and look for thu trade mark. Victoc m Home Prwfeeto Mason Risch, Limited 21 WESTERN BRANCHES. Phone 791. 404 5th Street South. PROFESSORS WERE CRUELLY TORTURED Boston, Siass., Nov. pro- fessors the -Euphrates American J. Steven- C0uege, founded by. American mis- sionaries at Harpost, Armenia, .were horribly tortured by the Turks before being put to death, according to a Iet: ter'made public here, yesterday, by EATING HIS PIE- DID NOT SALUTE Toronto, the present time several jokes, of which raw recruits are the .chief subject, are being told, but the following, a true happening, might serve as a suggestion for bun- gry guards oh duty. A soldier was on guard duty .for the first time, and after putting. In a stren- uous hour, he became very hungry, and sent a passing hoy across the road to a small store. The boy, re- turned with a whole pie, and straight- way the sentry broke It In hnlf and commenced eating It, leaving bin rifle against a fence, and seeking a con- crete pillar for his own support. When he had half-finished his lunch, an Iffi- cer happened along, and was distract- ed to 8ee the sentry acting in such an uhmilltary manner. mr.n, don't you know that you are supposed to salute your superior he demanded, when ho no- ticed that no salute was forthcoming. 'I know it, wai the prompt reply, "ami if your honoc will Just hold me pie for a minute I'lKta I will." Hev. Robert Keating Smith of West- field, Mass. The hair and moustache of "one professor were pulled out by the roots. The nails of another pulled out with pinchers; An electro magnet "that can, take current from a light socket, has been patented for handling nails in retail hardware stores. Fit-Reforai Styles for Young Men Both Overcoats and Suits. A dozen and more of each. Sparkling with the charm of novelty. Faultlessly delightful to see and wear. Up. M McKelvie McGuire ;