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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MX TH E L Et� BR IDG E DAILY ffE R A L D -' 1 i. "i 5"'. I ' , ' ' >'�>& /~  .JiiV 'I it\.f i V8W MONDAY; NOVEMBER 8, 191S "JE'JV eubscrlptlon Rates: Sfi'.totllr delivered, tier year..... Ir 1 Dall> by mail, per year...... ^Weekly, by mail, per year..... JtbbriD^e Derate rtbbriOae, Hlbertn % DAILY AND WEEKLY. j, $4.00 S.CO 1.00 TELEPHONES: fen�ine*s Office............... imj Bdltorlal Office .............. "*� W. A. Buchanan Jortn Torranea , Managing Director Businese Manager Your King and Country Need You Rignt Now /-ROUND THE CIRCLE ! jOF THE WAR \ � � - Earl Kitchener's sudden departure >lor the Balkan theatre of war has led {to much speculation, and the general {'.'belief 1� that he wfll not immediately ^return to the war office, and that P��-Hrg gpirlte'd r� established by the' ready HOW FARMERS CAN DISPLAY^" GRATITUDE* The Home Guard was not organized to> ftght"$ralrle fires, but its work in this connection proves that it is- a r"home guaVd"- in'more respects than defending our homes against the enemies j�f the Empire. It is an organization of business men largely, at least inen whe^are busy all day, and who appreciate a rest when evening -comes; but Uiat -its members-are pub- Kanier Asquith may take charge" at rfcome during the war lord's absenee. What a: general re-organization of lathings is under way, is believed-to be Wne reason for Kitchener's leaving ySSpgland for the front. JL The crisis In Greece has developed Mo the stage where the King has about' wedded to dissolve Parliament, which, rnrotuld leave the people without a-voice |)a the affairs of their country, "until" Hotter the war. It is understood thaLj-j,^,,^ ^ ^n^at this other enemy The fanners have reason to be grate-fal;*ft�r---had it not been for the Home {(bra or other of he Zaimis ministry AtrlU tmM**d to reconstruct toe Cab-P��t. ... | The Btdf�rian� were reported--, to j9�avo reached NUh on Saturday. The TBeihlaM claim a success against the -Connans in the vicinity of Iscar. Bnmanla'a action In seizing and di� fanning ItuaBlan ships is" causing much ^OBUMBt �. ... fr�JW>RTI |WWA1 WORTHY OP OUR ^ .TUT ADMIRATION � 'W*� brwe men like Carmil, Leo, . iptllita an4�o�enroll come bomeVound-~ fited la their struggle on behalf of the; jjaaalntenaBce ot the British Empire* $ma& all that it means to nc; the: aest y fiwho ara fit to go and have-not: r� v|;fc�ponded to the caJ must feel likehl�r-Kl^tBgtthemselves from the public gaze. iijv WThoae who can't go, for reasons which ^%fomi�weil understood by their fellows . .v. � " ...... %(. .... ,:;.l-�)teel keenly that they are not able-to - > do.their part, but the men who are free to go and won't wi.i in �� *fter �; years regret that they lacked the 'spir-v. it and courage of men like CaraS� - x .Mill*, Lee and RosenroII, and the v - hundreds of other Lethbridge boya ' who have done their bit In the trencti-> es,or who are preparing to undertake i a soldier's life in the great battle lines. The men who respond to the call in j thl* war deserve our respect and ad-\ sniratloa for all time. MR. BALFOUR'S WOOD TOUCHING_ .. Aa-the Prime Minister told of the j&p��'�fallow percentage of losses on the naval l.'cV-r.itransport*, air. BalSocr 'f.owly leaned I 1 pi/yj'forward and eoleib^vr touched, uhe _ . wood on the Cte_*'j table.-From a ^*;4vXx>ndoa dlaismUh on the day of Pre-&�nier Aaoatth'a speech. Skin\ Action; enables the stomach to digest food properly ; makes the bowels move regularly; and relieves the strain on the Kidneys. By its cleaning, healing powers on the eliminating organs, "Fruit-a-tivos'.f rids the system of all wuste matter and thus insures a pure blood supply. 50c. a box, G for 2.00, trial size 25c, At dealers or sent postpaidon receipt of" price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Oltawa.: T. D; Patton, toritrer secretary- oi the Y.M.C.A. in Winnipeg, has "'been appointed general secretary of the Y. M.C.A. military work in that city. � With a record of 314 eggs in 365 days, Lady Eglantine, a White Lcg5-horn pullet, became, the champion egg layer of the world. She is owned in Philadelphia. Charles Schilling, of Hanover, accidentally shot himself at his - brother's home near Elmwood,. while preparing to go hunting, and died soon afterwards. . .: The paper mill of the MacLeod P;�? & Paper Company, Liniited, sit-uated at Milton, near Liverpool, N: S., and valued at about $250,000, was totally destroyed by fire. - SCARCE GOODS Knitting Needles all sizes, juftt to hand, 10. to IB, per set .......... ..' (Hi....... ,10c. Knitting Pins-Oust'to hand, made of celluloid, per pair......................... 20c. CLARKE & The Ladies' Store :-: We Sell for Ca�h The Closing-out Sale of all Suits, Coats and Trimmed Hats will Continue every Day this Week STYLES ARE ALL NEW THIS SEASON AND NOTWITHSTANDING THE UN. USUALLY FAST.8ELLING OF THE PAST FEW DAYS, STOCKS STILL OFFER THE BEST SELECTIONS WITHIN YOUR* REACH AND VALUES IM-POSSIBLE TO EQUAL BY OTHER STORES. , $27.50 A GREAT! SALE OF LOVELY SUITS All our $40, $37.50, $35 and $32.50 Values for.................. Handsome new modols in Military effects and the latest novelties in smart box coats, short and jaunty, fur trimmed or plain; close buttoning or roll collars, made of lovely quality pure wool cheviots, serges, broadcloths, etc., in colors, navy, brown, Russian, green and black, This collection Includes our entire stock of high class suits without; any reserve. A ROUSING SALE OF COATS -�s� "wsb 89 �*:JJ REGULAR $20.00, $18.00, $17.50 and $16.50 .......... This sale of coats has met witli" ready favor'and no wonder, including as it does Bome of the smartest garments of the entire season at such very moderate cost. Made of Pure Wool Cloths in plain colors and novelty mixtures- all the wanted colors and sizes up to 44. Make Your Selection While the Choosing is Still Good. $12.75 i " f v r ALL THE NEW TRIMMED HATS "?C (Without Reserve, worth up to $10.00 .VP"*. I M Smartest and prettiest styles of the season, the entire stock displayed here without any e.tcepr tion, all included. Black velvet and black and white are among the popular favorites arid shown in great variety. J All our $40.00 Coats now $34.00; All Our $30.00 and $32,50 Coats now $27.00; All Our $27.50 and $25.00 Coats now $22.50 and so on throughout the entire stock. A permanent committee was form^ ed in Berlin, Ont., for,the purpose of keeping Berlin soldiers at the front and in the camps; supplied with comforts oi all kinds. ' /' Notice is given thai Leoryi Heath the United States in an effort to prevent war munitions from reaching the Allies according to the statement by one of the officials investigating tho cases of Kotert Kay, who claimed to be a German army lieutenant and five-alleged accomplices. Robert Fowler, who has been private secretary' to Hon. T. Chase Cas-grain since he, became postmaster-general a year ago, has been ap- _ __ _ -pointed assistant ,postmaster-gencr- RuttlZ'orCaYgary7real estate"brok- j �r to succeed Major Hector .Ver-er, SvU' apply to parliament for a! rett, who is serving with the Cana- apply to parliament divorce from his [wife; .-Edith  Paisley Ruttle, of Los Angeles, Calif. Rev. V. J. McMurray, pastor of St. Gertrude's Church at Woodstock, "nev to- rriin- rpftnr ni Ports ! N.B., .hcs been appointed pastor of mSh. i/SS^ta"*B� C^rch at St' of Frontenac,, to succeed the^ate Rev.' Jonn-Joseph Elliott-; Catsraqui. Lieufi. Archibald Ramsay, killed in France, with the Oxford Light Infantry, was a son of . the late Robert Ramsay;' Montreal. The Canadian Northern has' started laying steel. on- the :branch southeast of Camrose to Battle River, a distance of 60" niiles.'.".-'" ! dian forces at the front. Mr. Verrett will be given some other appointment in the service of equal' importance. Jean.Dumont, who has for a number of years been a member of the editorial stafi of "Le Devoir," becomes private secretary to the postmaster-general. According to a judgment handed down by Mr. Justice Lennox, J. F. Scarf, a banter of Port Arthur, � has been given the custodv of his ten year old daughter. JlrsT'Scarf is at, present residing \vith her father in Toronto and-has ?een"^ucatiftg'tlie child there. : ' f-y the writer's'father. The extracts read: � "Thirteen soldiers were killed, \yhich bears, out the official statement Of ;the casualties of the raid, although one of the fourteen wounded ' has since !been reported as dead. In addition there were 38 horses lost, for one of the .deadly bombs dropped on the horse lings. , ""Wednesday night we had an air raid oh" our'camp and on brigade lines at--:----at 9.05 p.m. Our trumpeter blew the call 'Lights out' and retpeated .it. We were slow in putting them out because the regular time is 10.15 p.m. Eventually all lighto were out in the huts but lights in the bath house and kitchen were still burning when there was a flash, and after an interval a rolling boom. No more orders were needed. Every GROSS MARKING A CANADIAN'S GRAVE IN FRANCE THE O Poor Old Bill was a Canadian, and when his comrades Ouried him, they erected this tombstone, .made out of an old biscuit box. : �   ;;a v.; V "*rTThpy.'were 'literally blown to fragments."' Dr. Alfred W. Nixon, M.P.P. (Hal-ton), has enlisted for active service. GRAIN! Have you a car on track ^ (jet our bids. A trial will .'convince. CONSIGNMENYS SOLICITED-PHONE, WIRE OR WRITE US Smith, Murphy & Co. Grain Merchants Phone 1313 We will give your business quick and intelligent attention; Office--303 7th Street South, In Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) W. K. PORTER, Manager Lethbridge Branch. Head Office-Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Reference-Bank of Nova Scotia. ere Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lethbridge Office-Ground Floor, Hull Block. John Billings & Co. Ltd. Grain Merchants. 321 5th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 1425 CANADIAN CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VEEV LOW ROUND TRIP TARES TO Great Britain P. H. BUCKLEY Montana FROM CALGARY, EDMONTON. KOOTENAY LOG, AND EAST IN CONNECTION. WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC S.S. LINES Tickets on sale from November 15th to Dot , comber 31st, 1915, and good for five months. THROUGH STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING (JARS Tickets and full information at all Canadian Pacific Railway Offices 6. B. MITCHEtL, Ticket Apent, Lethbridge. R. DAWSON, District Passenger'A^eht, Calgary. ;