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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta LirrtranmnE DAJLY. MOiNO.AY, NOVEMBER txa- ,tjri0tmas For the Boys at the Front or Serving in Khaki Tobacco and Cigars II. B. Co. Imperial Mixture, H. B. Co. Cut Plug, Craven Mixture, Bull Durham, Forest and "stream. Tuxedo, Three Castles, Old Chum, Prince Albert. Capstan, medium, full strength and mild. Cigarette Papers. Cigars: Natural Corona, Van Loos, Davis' Panetelas, Promoter Blunts and Club, La Plaza anil Tennyson. Useful Wearables for the Boys Khaki Shirts. Ties, Sweaters, Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Mitts, Scarfs, Socks, Mirrors, etc. Candy Purchase your supply of Chocolates, Kiley's TatTys, Spearmint, Chiclets. Caramels. Soup Powder, Packet Vinibos, All conven- ient for packing in the Xiuas Parcel. udson's Bay Compmuj. ITOMt niter victory comes the problem That will be the question. What will fol- be the q low? Shall that tbe old ideals tbe old theories, which have made England and tbe British Empire what they are. shall it be supposed that the "theories and the notions shall be thrown aside and a new mil- itary England and Empire be sub- stituted for the old? Shall we have to say at the close of the war that the be fought to a firnilv resolutely, we go on until vic- tory 13 won. But then, let tho better angels of our nature guide our course. There are many speculations now as to what should be our relations with Germany after the war. Sir. this is an idle Question at the present time. It will depend on the extent of our victory. At all events, if the victors- be great or small, and I repeat that I think it ought to be committed by the German army, on account of the innocent lives which have been taken in methods that are not sanctioned by war, for the vic- tims of the Lusitania, for the babies killed by the Zeppelins. Yet for these atrocities the only reasons to be held responsible are the German military authorities. And Germany will' nut only be answerable to his- torv, bat or. tiie day of victory they will be charged before severe judges with fie crimes they have committed not warranted by the law of war among the nations. But it the Ger- man authorities would be responsible, it would be in the judgment of the British people, whose .-motto has al- ways been that ot tho old Roman, 'FoVtibus debellure, parcers vicais sup- which is to 'fight the strong, but to be merciful to the weak.' Not All German People Responsible "Sir I think we must hold the Ger- man authorities responsible. It would be unfair and unjust to hold all the German people to answer for such crimes. I believe, on the contrary, there is every reason to believe that when tho new conditions will arise as must follow the war there will be train men to drop all coal and lumber cars on that end of the yards, and not at the upper end. Thus in order to get an empty car to the platform these loaded cars must first be moved. An- other complaint is that there being no sgent here, the only train the farmer can depend on meeting here to do any switching is the regular Tuesday train, and if they are behind schedule, as they generally are, they refuse to cut in two to do any switch work. (CONTIXUED FROM Fill) N'T FA NEB) 0. S. FROM FRONT carloads have been handled through the Lethbridge yards within the past couple of weeks. The range is more plentifully sup> plied with grass than Mr. Stevens has ever seen it, he says, and that is an- other reason why the herds here are bound to increase. Speaking of his scheme for Increas- ing Alberta livestock holdings by small leases of lands a long way back ticuiarly true as regards parcels for soldiers on the continent, which should be mailed as early as possible, so that the greatest latitude will be afforded In order to ensure delivery before Christmas. In every case the mailing of these parcels should take placo before the middle of the pres- ent month. It is possible that letters might lie mailed as late as the last week in No- vember and be delivered to overseas troops before Christmas, "but letters should be mailed as early as possible in order to provide for all contingen- cies. COALDALE (From Our Own Correspondent) Coaldale, Nov. Eastern Star dance and basket social on Friday evening was well attended and a good time was enjoyed by all present. Some of the baskets were n.uitQ elaborate, both inside and outside. Good prices were realized, the sum of 1120 being taken in. Messrs. D. J. McArthur and W. G. .Wnitely are driving new cars. I Frank Knapp's threshing outfit has pulled in for the season. POLICE OF "HIRE THE Mounted police patrols from "K" division are out in every direction in an effort to locate a clue to the direc- tion taken by the yeggs who got away with STOOD from the Merchants Bank at OkbtoKs on Friday night. One like, ly clue iias been spotted which is be- ing followed. Tiie local detachment is placing a cordon along the bound- ary so that escape in that direction will hardly go undetected. One mounted police officer this at ternoon voiced tiie suspicion that Lethbridge, being close to Uio bound- ary and a port of entry from the Unit, ed States, is being made headquarters for a gang of yeggs and burglars who are pulling off stunts every little while in different directions. Lethbridge prol raises to be the Mecca for this gentry .s winter as it is the centre of a very prosperous district. Pctrogract, via London, Nov. German forces Sunday several times assumed tho offensive on tho Russian western front, in the region cast of the village of Lipitiza-Dolnaia, and west of the village of Sllaventln, witii the object of capturing the command- ing heights, occupied by the Russians. All German attacks, according to the official statement issued today by the Russian Avar department, were frustrated by artillery, and rifle fire. The battle still is going on. The four civil servants at Ottawa who were suspended have teen rein- stated. A wincling-up order has been granted to close the Civil Service club. W. T. Badger, of Conquest, will be the Conservative candidate for the Saskatchewan legislature in Rosetown constituency. Gee. A. Allan has been appointed collector ot Inland Revenue at Van- couver. always in the end have to grazing was like giving away the whole of Prince Ed- Alberta has plenty of land for t pose. The special committee for the ambitious designs of d. potism, should assert themselves'. "Dur- under the suhjection of Reconstruction, of course! When the ereat war is over, shattered Europe roust be rebuilt.' Mediaeval architecture, crumbled by cannon, will be replaced by well-lighted, well-venul-: ated, convenient and sanitary buildings of the present day. In this tremendous rebuilding, Roofing __ will pkyTlwdiiTg role; for CERTAIN-TEED is the twentieth century answer to the demand for rooting that is economical to buy, easy to lay and inexpensive, to maintain. CERTAIN-TEED Roofing is' made slate-surfaced shingles. There is a type of CERTAIN- TEED for every kind of building, with flat or pitched roof, from the largest sky-scraper down to the smallest residence or out-building. makes a clean, sanitary, attractive roof, with 'low cost per year of life. It is guaranteed for 5. 10 or iTyelrs, according to ply (1, 2 or Experience proves that it outlasts the period of guarantee. If you are interested in roofs, Investigate CERTAIN-TEED before you decide upon the type to buy. You will find CER- by responsible dealers all over the world. The loss !L'c ol CERTAIN-TEED ii toft blend, and is then coated mth a blend o! harder which p.-cvents the dry- rocew w> destructive ordinary moling. ihe victories which they had won, and hat suffering shall be intensified one j housand fold. There is every reason o believe that when the conflict is ver the eyes of the German people will be opened, and as a consequence esDOtism, feudalism, militarism shall be "swept away by democracy, and emacracy means peace, harmony, good will amongst friends. (Ap- ilause.) Faith Better Than Doubt; Love Better Than Hate "And as for you, my young friends, vhe Federation of Liberal Clubs, you who stand today on the threshold of: life, with a wide horizon open before I you for a long career of usefulness to your native land, if you will permit me, after a long fife, I shall remind you that already many problems rise be- fore you; problems of race division, problems of creed differences, prob- lems of economic conflict, problems of national duty and national aspiration. Let me tell you that for the solution of these problems you have a safe guide, an unfailing light, if you re- member that faith is better than doubt, and love is better than hate. (Ap- plause.) "Banish doubt and hate from your life. Let your souls be ever open to the strong promptings of faith and the gentle influence of brotherly love. Be adamant against the haughty; bo gen- tle and hind to the weak. Let your aim and your purpose, in good report or In ill, in victory or in defeat, be so to live, so to strive, so to serve as to do your part to raise the standard ol life to higher and better spheres." Sir Wilfrid resumed his seat amid a tornado of cheering. scheme which will be laid before senate committee at the coming session. SUB JELLS OF VOYAGE (CONTINUED Fumt FRONTPAGE) General Roof inf Manufacturing Co. lybfWA Muinraef of and BailcKng Papen i liinr HmtfMl. Toronto, V.oeourar, LonJ.n. H.lil.j, (From Our Own Correspondent) Wrentham, Nov. elevator at this point is Hearing completion and will be ready to receive grain at the beginning of next week. The pro- gress on the building has been serirus- ly delayed on account of scarcity of skilled labor, and delay in ge'tfng machinery here. Albert Rinshardl, ot RetJaw, is here to assist the local agent in opening the house for the trade. The loading platform is a busy place the past week Several farmers trying to load cars direct from the machines. They report much difficul- ty in getting their cars up to tho platform as it seems a custom of the Weather conditions during the voy- age, said Captain Rose.-were at times extremely bad, but the submarine sur- mounted them so successfully that the practicability of making the trans- Atlantic voyage under virtually all j conditions might be regarded as hav- ing been demonstrated. The United States naval authorities, Captain Rose! received the U-53 .with greatest; cordiality, but the commandant al; Newport station was so evidently re- ieved when he learned Captain'Roso did not desire to replenish his fuel or provisions, that Captain Rose received :he impression that he would have en- countered difficulties if he had de- sired supplies. United States officers and wives and daughters, said Captain Rose, visited the submarine In large numbers, and were most deeply in- terested in her. The submarine began her commerce destroying activities after leaving Newport. The United States freighter Kansan, the first steamer encountered, proved to be a regular sea lawyer. Long argument was necessary to induce her to send an officer with papers aboard the sub- marine, and during the parley the ship had already started by wireless a long account of her experience, which the submarine was able to jam with its own wireless. The Norwegian steamer Christian Knudsen, according to Cap- tain Rose, was sunk because she was carrying oil. The captain added that the London report that the submarine had replenished her supplies from the Christian Knudsen was hot correct. The British steamer Stephano, which came along while the U-53 was busy with the Dutch freighter Bloomer- sidjk, showed extraordinary zeal in anticipating the submarine's orders and commenced stopping at tho firs' signal to send over her papers. The submarine found her an empty ship when it finally approached her. An Extra Run" on FRY'S COCOA Six United States torpedo boat de stroyers were assembled in tho vlcln ity, Captain Rose said, but did not in terfere in any way with the sub marine's military measures. Lieut. Oliver Jackson who for twi years was a student in agriculture a MacDonald college, Montreal, has been awarded the Military Cross. He came to Canada from 'Oxford, and, following nis course at MacDonald settled as a farmer in New Brunswick. R UNNING a big Mogul on schedule time is about as complete a brain, sinew and nerve test as a man could want. So when the order comes for An Extra Run" that engineer is'wise who fortines himself with a cup of FRY'S COCOA. FRY'S, because it for "nerves of steel." It's such a splendid food as well as a delicious beverage. Drink FRY'S regularly yourself and note the vigor it imparts. Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited Toio.10, Winnipei, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria ;