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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914 ttbc letbbdbcje Ifoevalb Ictbbribge, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY j (UBSCRIPTICN RATES Billy, delivered, per Dklly, by mall, per year....... Wteklr, ty mall, per .year..... TELEPHONES Euaineps Offlco............ Editorial Offlco 54.00 3.00 1253 1221 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Director Business Manager ment by Australia of Its homo navy nil tho lieruwu iiossessiuus in- tlu> South Pacific have passed into British hands, while -British commerce has conthuicd uninterruptedly in sate1 ty without the nweasity of Uie Bri- tish admiralty dotaehiuj: any ships from home waters. Under tho it la not surprising to learn that tlifi result of the aohievoniouts of tho Australian Uieet, and tho seuerjl urotcctlou j which Zealand commerce and i even her coasts owe to tho Australian ileet, have done much to stimulate the movement for a distinctive New Zealand naval force capable ot per- forming ihese duties in time ot war. PICKED UP IN i ASSING FOR THE BUSV MAN AS THE SITUATION IS DEVELOP- ING iwith the successes gained by the Russians in the eastern theatre of war a new phase of extraordinary in- terest is introduced into ihe battle etory. There is not doubt that a victory of some moment probably of most decisive consequence to the Ger- mans and the Austrians, has been gained by the Russian arms. The in- vasion of Germany by the. Russian hordes may, with the advance of their cavalry into me province of Silesia, be said io have begun. niuy now look forward to a great battle tlie.river reported UmtrMgr. J-aroque, i the diocese''of Sherbrooke, io-ts 1 nnuie uu archbishop. t Spencer 'Churchill. ilR lord of the admiralty, has been eloe oil lord rector of Aberdeen univcrslt in i-m'uessiou to Andrew Irrigation is worth while. Look at] Tho C. N. R. contemplates runnin the heavy uemaud for alfalfa, au irri.jtt through service 'from Calgary t Winnipeg via Saskatoon at the nex change of time table. The estate of the late R Augusta Pelee Lslaml, Out, will.vote ou 1 cal option ill .Tunuury. 4 .McFarlane Wilson, a former known i'eterboro merdmni, died St. Paul, Mum. U i gated farm crop. "SobeTirig thought. The Christmas is the last in which there ill bo Turkcy-m-Europe Ami that froai tlie serious Toronto Globe, loo. The farmers who don't wimi irriya- tiyu needn't take it, but the farmer who want it should be allowed ih privilege of gptting it. Wo shall soou have as many peace unties as Belgium. And look nt her. says the Los Angeles Times. It is i to be hoped thai ail treaty makers The cutting off of the Austrians I wltu tuo-Vniied states are not of the Eroui Cracow means forcing them Into the Carpathians, and here again Russia has scored a significant sue 'in the fighting in Belgium there is nothing definite except the. encourag- ing report that the Allies have taken the offensive. Important developments are, no loubt, taking place on the Allies' right, with Verdun as tire key to .the situation. To the west of St. Mihiel, south of-Verdun, and along the .Meuse s: the Argonne district vrhere it is mderstood. the army of tlie CroVa 'rince is operating. At St. Mihiel s the army of the Grown Prince of Javaria. Against tliese armies seek- eg a junction is tho French force at ,Terdun, and another in the strongly ortified districts of Toul and Nancy, he first on the Moselle, which flows ast of ine Meuse, and the second urtlier east in a straight line. The Germans have taken an im- .ortant point, bateau, in be Argonne, and "we may expect an important conflict with peril facing lie from the two French Drees.- calibre of Germany. Ht-inzo. the former Montana coppe it is said, will be valued at iiCiKOOO, and goes to his iwo-year-oli son. Victor Jhitheway. of Fivderktoi: X. 15., was a midshipman on Uif cruis or Good Hope. Ho was n graduate o the HuHiux naval college. His bn iher. Harold, is with the Canadian con tingent in t England. Ot" 100 men suing from Grey count} with the second contingent pe vent, are Caiuidfiin born. Top'ollicer? going are -Major H. V. Rorke, Cant ah eorge IX Me-bauchlan and ".Lieuten int A. V. Datiard. Chares Alexander, of Saskatoon, a real estate broker, will at the nexl ion of parliament apply for a bil of divorce from his. wife' Agnes J The Sprinstield Republican very j Alexander, of the same city on tht Austria is said now usual grounds. The position of European traffic .janagor oi" the Canadian Northern Railway-bas-been relinquished by Mr. apUy remarks: to be drafting even the sliort-sighted who have exempt. The ivun 11 ,i_. ijiio own it'lillijUlSlie Austro-Hiinsarmn cabinet should fur-j Scott Griffin. Mr. William Phillips, uisb. some recruits. j manager of tho steamship depart j ment, will taks the position. FOR The deceased was one of the oldest j Free .Masons in Canada and is said (to have been presiding master at the initiation of the late Sir John A. Alac- EDUCATION AND AGRICULTUR- AL INSTRUCTION IN THE PUB- LIC AND HIGH SCHOOLS. The Hon. J. R. Boyle. Minister oi Education. _ has announced that ihe onier-In-council providing for special i... NOT. THE VOICE OF CANADIAN'. j LABOR The president of the" Dominion 'rades and Labor 'Congress, J. C. raters., in a speech at Montreal, at- impted to hold Sir Edward Grey as uch responsible for_ the European ar as the German War Lord, but was rebuked very promptly by; '0 gentlemen who were present as [legates irom. the Trades Congress England. These gentlemen did no to uphold Sir Edward Grey id'-'tlie-entire attitude of the British >verament. "When, it is remembered at the labor leaders of England have lyays .been opponents of -war and in .the peace movemeni Insufficient answer to Mr a ers labor men'upnoio Sjj i ward Grey on the same platform iere he had.made an absolutely un r and baseless charge against the itish foreign., secretary. Any man b has taken the time io stndv the Tepondence which p00 ed he Edward Grey and the gov tinents of the great powers ,before 1 after war. was_ declared cannot reach, one. and that ihat Sir -Edward along uggled for peace, and that the one :ibn which did not use its efforts :the same direction en when England did go to'war it .s for a righteous the .honor the pledged word, the sacredness treaties and the maintenance" of e rights of the smaller nations. Mr. aters does not voice the mind of madian labor, oi that we are satis- >d without making further inquiry ten a man like Will Crooks, one the foremost .labor men, stumps Bgland for recruits for Kitchener's my and upholds Britain's causa The detachment from- the 77th Out., regiment for the provincial aid for technical education was passed on Monday, November 2. The details regarding the schedule of grants and regulations are now being 'orwarJed to ia the teachers 9 y water supply comes to to qualify for the. the river Xethe, which is cou- special instruction and give satisfac- taminateii the bodies of many tory service therein after having I3lain soldiers. The rebuilding of the reservoirs which destroyed by the bombardment has not been ner- rnit-fori second overseas contingent, consists of oue officer and 51 men. The officer Is commaud is Captain Armand A. Smith, son of Senator Smith of Win- ona. A despatch to the Exchange Tele- graph from Rotterdam says: "Ant- werp doctors predict an "early "epi- demic owing; to the fact that the DIE FROZEN IN TRENCHES In rural and.village districts while assistance is _ given, for instruction in manual training and household sci- ence, special emphasis is placed on instruction in agriculture and garden-1.... 4 ing. la town districts the encourage-! lllter Campaign in Russia Already ment of houcchold Germans ence aud receives 1 T eastern battle front, the t U.1U1 I.IU.11LH11- LlUltllllg HJUelVta 1 T special attention, while that in agri- culture and its related sciences also provided for. In the cities the plan provides for the greatest pro- portionate ai' development era ae front, th e v a11 s Petrosrad corresponden goronsly, lahor men in thi; countr the industrial and mining centres. In all cases the local organization, the accommodation and equipment provided, the courses oi instruction and the instrnctors must be approved by the Department of Education be- fore the grants may be paid In or- der that the Quality of instruction may- be matatr dd standard, the teachers of the various special sub- jects .and courses -will have to meet the requirements oi the Department of Education before being recognized for grant purposes.. For the more ad- Ity in living in. the trench- 3ases of men being frozen among the German; troops :curred because the trenches g in marshy soil and now are ith ice. In such experiences .the uermans.are far lass able to en- dure tlie winter than the Russians The correspondent adds that the Germans are somewhat discouraged owing- to the fact that the Austrians are now fighting. better than the Germans. This fact is due. be says to the weeding of the Slav elements- out of the German ranks. FIVE PROCTOR .PEOPLE WENT WITH CONTINGENT Proctor, B.C., Nov. follow- ing are the names of-those from Proc- tor district who left Nelson 'on Sun- riRST IN IN These oft quoted words may appropriately be applied to Tl-ik LITERARY DIGEST irf f its presentation of the great human interest news-ot the world.- This illustrated, weekly is read regularly by thousands of Canadians from Halifax to It has got at die hearts of Americans and Canadians alike through its masterly WAR NEWS from all the countries interested and without favor or bias. It reflects the public opinion of the warring countries by reprinting the most important .news- reports as published in their own newspapers and periodicals. THE LITERARY DIGEST gives the BEST from all FOR THE PRICE OF ONE THE LITERARY DIGEST covers the entire field 'of 'human thought and achievement. In reporting the war it reproduces maps, pictures, documents, speeches, everything important as presented in- London, in in" ,f'f Vienna, in Petrograd, in New York; and-othernews distributing centres. It is read by the "big" people everywliere; and the women who we the. leaders.of thought and in social and civic activity in their-respective Order from your News-dealer. every Cents If for any your newi-dealer not carry THE- LITERARY DlCEST or'if you are living, distant from a city or town send to.the: FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YCSK) the sum of and your subscription will be entered for one year (52 The make this If at the end of two months you should wish to cancel your subscription a noticeto this, effect will bring you by return mail, the fulL amount paid, ALL Cenfe FUNK WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publishers 01 the vanced work: qualified "Declaims mil Get your Literary Digest and other periodicals on tne war, such as The Illustrated London Graphic, etc., at THE KENNY ALLIN CO. NEXT DALUAS HOTEL To insure that unitj of puinos( effort nec-ssarj to secure the and-most economical use of air ac- commodation equipment and special- ized service available Jie courses and classes affected by grants are! to form an integral part of the school! system under tha control of the' school board and under the general direction and Bi'pemsion of the sup- erintendent of schools in those school districts where such an official is, em- plojed the board and in all other ases under the direction of a prin- 'ipal to ibe designated as tup super- Ising principal of the schools of the istrict In onto that tlir night clas work or this winter maj recene full hene- hlni >ra5 of aid the oi grants in so far i p- AUSTRALIA'S FINE WORK The people of Australia may wel rill with a justifiable pride as the> ad ofrlhe splendid service renderec 'their not only to their own mraphwealth and New Zealand, but Empire, remarks the 'tica'Leader. While the British me fleet was keeping watch and rt In" ths North_Sea, the Royal itnlian Sect was busily-engaged convoying a Zealand exped larjr captured the Ger- i jxMlfifllions in and lad forces wliid; captured the'Bis- k archipelago and German New tea, Because OL Uie establish-1 Low Kates. TO SCOTLAND oood Service. CHRISTMAS -SAILINGS From St. John S. S. Letitla .Decembtr 12th Carrying One-Class Cabin and Third Class, RATES One-Clasa CaWn Third Class -v Information cheertully furnisiied by Authorized Agents, or H. E. LIDMAN, General 'Agent, 349 Main-Street, Winnipeg. Hon. Hobt. Rogers sees wheat in sight before very long. He made the prediction at Winnipeg. v C. P. R. DECLARES DIVIDEND Montreal, Nov. H. At a directors oftbe Canadian-- Pacific Rail- way Company, held today a: dividend of two end one-half percent: oii'tjie common stock for the (juarter ended 30th September last, being at the rate of seven per cent iier annum from re- venue. and- three per from special income account de- clared .payable on 2nd of. January next to shareholders of record at 3 1st of December. COMES TO LONDON White Star-Dominion Line The Largest Steamers from Canada. Xmas Sailings to Liverpool S.S. Date From ZEELAN'D 14 ................MONTREAL ARABIC ..Dec. 1.................PORTLAND ARABIC .t.................Dec. 3...................HALIFAX MEGANTIC -----...'.........Dec. 5 ,.....'...........PORTLAND MEQANTIC 6.........___......HALIFAX 2EELAND I'.PORTLAND ZEELAND 13...................HALIFAX PROM XKW" Line every Saturday. White Star Line tvery Wednesday. Annual .Excursion Ratee oh. tho 7 to Dec, 31. 'Plans now open. Book early. Any Hallway or Steamship Agent or W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A., MAIN ST., WINNIPEG. "L'lndependance to be Publish- ed as an Evening Paper London, Oct. afternoon "L 'Independence makes its first appearance as a newspaper published in London. Within the last few weeks this well-known and influential Jour- nal has been published in succession at Brussels, Ghent, and Ostend, leav- ing each town within a few hour .of the Germans' taking possession. The staff left Belgium among the last of the refugees, and vith un- daunted spirit will endeavor to. carry on its work anrj propaganda from London until Belgium again provides a.safe home. "Vlndependance is tlte old- est of all the Belgian papers, having, been first produced as "L'liidepend- ant" on the eve of the insurrection of 1830, and assiiming its present title when Belgium was made an indepen- dant State. With the motto "Conser- vation par the paper has fought steadily for Liberal causes. Among its contributors at the time of the de'etat of ISIiJ. were Victor Hugo, Challeme! Lacour, and Desch- anel -The staff of the paper in -London has decided to-issue it lie an evening edition. UNION CARDS FOR BRIDES Socialist to Ask Law for Wives of j Laborers New York, Nov.' he goes to congress .Meyer..London socialist, representative-elect, wili Lu imvc- a law passed, by -which no workman will be allowed to marry a working girl unless she Jias a union card. London made this announcement today at a massmeeting of the white goods work- ers' HOGUE SURVIVOR FROM HAWKE IS RESCUED Mr. Sydney Austin, boats'wam on the foundered cruiser Ilawke, who is one of oiHcers, was oil tho cruiser Mogiifc wh'eii 's'he was sunk. He was then 'landed in .Holland and he joined ths Hawktr only before she met with" disaster. WILL NOT HANG IN OREGON Gill to Abolish Capital Punishment is Passed Nov. -re- turns from nearly every county in Oregon today indicated that the bill to -abolish capital punishment prob- ably had passed at Tuosday'3 election. The anti-capital punishment league claimed the measure wiuld receive a majority of 8000 votes. II it. passed two condemned murderers'' at the state penitentiary will escape tlie death .penalty. SIR D.CAMERON HONORED Ottawa, Nov. Douglas Cam- eron, lioutehant-governor of Manitoba has been gazetted honorary colonel.of the 79th Cameron Highlanders, of- Winnipcg. Col. R. McDonall Thomp- son has been gazetted honorary lleut.- colonel. EXCLUDE ALL THE -OBNOXIOUS SHEETS Ottawa, Nov. pfistmaster- geuoral baa been authorized by an or- der-ih-'coimcil to exclude from -the mails nowBuapers, tracts or period- icals containing false statements re- garding the war, or articles calculat- ed to infhinnce any section of the peo- ple of Canada against Britain or in favor of tho enemy, and the minister can also prevent the circulation of such papers In any manner. A penal- ty of five years' imprison- ment is named for the publication of [such prohibited mailer. THE CANADIAN BANE OF COMMERCE SOt EDMUND ALEXANDER LAIKD, General Manager JOHN AIRD.Vlm't'General V. C. BROWN. Superintendent of Central Western Bruckn CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, j Tlie extends ,to Farmers every cility for the of their banking business, including e discount of sales notes. Blank notes re supplied free of charge on application: .WM Lethbridge Branch R, L Brymnen Mgr. ;