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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfil? FOTJB LETHBRIDGE-TJAILY Zbt THURSDAY, NOVEMBER.11, Tfcevalfc Hiberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Raws'. 'Daily, delivered, per year... "Dally, by mail, per year.... Weekly, b> mall, per year.. 3.UO J.OO TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Office 1" W. A. Buchsnan John Torrtnco Managing Director Business Manager Yuur King ami Country You Right HOW AUSTRALIA RAISED A LOAN In view of the coming Canadian in- ternal loan, which may be expected to be floated shortly after tho now year, the experience of tho Common- wealth .of Australia, with its first attempt to raise money on a largo scale at home, should be of special in- terest Mall ndvices Just to hnnil from tho Antipodes indicate that the Australian domestic loan IMS been a huse success. The amount called for, viz., was subscribed for nearly three times over, the total reaching If the Common- wealth's experience is any criterion, Canada may bo expected to dispose of any reasonable offering that the government may decide iipon, with the same zealous enthusiasm. The Australian wajr loan, as it is called, is issued- at par, bears interest at 4K per cent., and matures in ten years. The bonds are printed in de- nominations of J30, S500, nad and are made to bearer, or the subscriber may purchase in- scribed stock in amounts of or any multiple thereof. All bonds and ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR While the Teuton invaders of Ser- bia have .been able to over the northern half that little country, the Allied forces in the Eouth are daily increasing the strength j of their offensive against the transfers of inscribed stock are Ian allies of and have been frEe of and state indict very heavy losses on stamp duty ana interest thereon is The Allies are steadily advanc- free o{ comm0nwealth and state in- "PAINFULLY PROPHETIC; KAISER AND HIS NEW F irig on Stnimnitza, the Bulsariah j tax-.'Both bonds and inscribed stronghold. In the meantime, the Al- 1 Etoct will be accepted at par in pay- banians are preparing to send an army of and succession duty, against the Serbians, which, however, (he The issue may be checked by the Italians. dii the French front very strong is alsi) an investment authorized un- der the trustees acts of the several i German attacks have been repulsed, j BtatMj BIuJ trustees may invest in the] Recent casualty lists of the Prussians or stock notwithstanding that I show their losses to ha terrific, the (he price mllv at time of invest- B ICKED UP IN AssiNGcm THE BUSY MAN Prince Rupert sent seventy car oads of fteh cast during September. Niagara B'alls will suhinil a local option in January. pet pig attacked the one-year-old ohild of Sir. niid Mrs. Trotter ol Koso rlill, B. C., and ripped its abdomen. Trail saloonkeepers have made beers two for a quarlor they worn cents each heretofore. A Kelson alderman claims the street cars arc hampered by horses and cattle rumiing at large. The Canadian-Australian iincr Ma- kura took on tons of coal in 311 hours at Victoria. The Prince George Tost has sus- pended publication for financial rea- sons. H is claimed that a third of Banff's population has enlisted ior active ser- vice. The potato crop of the Yukon was the best ever this year, owing to a long, dry summer. One hundred and live bars of silver valued at pasjed through Kevelstokc, H. C., consigned to China. total losses being estimated at two millions. The sinking of the Italian liner An- cona: by a submarine flying the Aus- trian flag once more re-opens the auestlon of submarine' warfare, and by the drowning of neutral American paisengere, brings the. United States "again into the limelight in this mat- ter The liner carried no contraband, but nan many Haliar -ervlsts on board. It was owned by a New company. 'An war council is to ment he above or below the redemp- tion value of par. We Germans must hang to- unpleasant way., of putting don Bystander.________________________________ FLEEING BRIDEGROOM IS HALTED BY WOMAN WHO CRIES "STOP 111., Nov. cry of 'Stop prevented the escape ot a bashful bridgegroom here, today. two vears' courtship Stephen McBett and Sirs. Marie Alphonse went to the city- "hall this afternoon to get Then McBett irted toward the i Mrs. Alphonse FRTTTSTT A17GYLL RAN ASHORE R marriage license. us tormea, in which French, and Bri-j weakened As 0 street at too .wi-a. tlsh ministers will sit. I Premier Asquith is to ask the House j that man; he's got my pocket- for another war ioan of two billions, j .McBett was captured Dy a patrol- iman and taken to central station, where 'the woman broke down. A SURMISE ABOUT KITCHENER. Lord Kitchener's whereabouts and purposes at the present moment are the subject of considerable specula- tion. It Is worth recalling a report -was in circulation in the OW Country several months ago. This re- port was to the effect that Kitchener -would take charge of tie British forc- es as soon as he had gathered togeth- er the Army he considered was re- quired to drive hack the Germans and after the necessary amount of muni- tions wss in sight It was merely a report, but these may he the reasons for Lord Kitchener's retirement from the active administration of affairs at the War Office. If so, there would much reason to he hopeful. "He's not a sue. "but I knew if he got away BOW he'd never get this close again." Later the couple got the license and started for the churuh. ROL-t-OF HONOR r. Scvornl tliousana officers employees of'tlio Railway enlisted for active military duty with the tionnry Forces, imd the majority ol them arc now in. Europe, fighting for Canada and the Empire. As particulars of army reMrvnats are not available, these lists of those who liivo elysi flp their lives Ion their cmmU-y, or been wounded in action, necessarily incomplete; and do not therefore indicate fully the extent to which the Company 9 and employees have participated in the great struggle. NAME IN COMPACT'S SERVICE AS NATURE OP CASUALTY. While pricesumg in loggy weather ou the coast ot Scotland, the Argyll grounded and is a wreck. NEXT WEEK WILL TELL "J am proud to die for my country" were" the last worils uttered By the noble Cavell before she was eie- euted by the Germans. Next week Lethbridge citizens -will be called upon to do something for their country. to make the saenfice that Miss Cavell so heroically made. All that be desired from them is a contri- bution to back up the fellows who are willing to give'their Ihes for their ecrantrr. The men and women at tome will he asked to hand over seme cash, not a small, paltry amount tut all that they can possibly afford. Tbelr love of country will be tested will Se the answer? With the inemory of the brave Edith Caiell in their minds will they dare to refuse to iMLgeneroui to the Patriotic, Fund? Heii week will te'J. A WARNING TO Most people connect only the Lon- don Times, Mail and Evening News the Hafmsrrorth press. The which was suppressed the other day was also a Harmswor'Ji though Its publisher is not Lord Northclilte, but Cecil Harms- orth, his brother. The brothers pos- sessed the same Instinct, "they "were tarred with the same feather." Probably the action taken Tvith the Globe was Intended largely as a warning for the more powerful press of Lord' NnrthcHffe. Very few give the Harmsworths credit for desiring to improve tho situation In the Mother Country. Their attacks upon military leaders and members of' the government are interpreted as detlre on their part to dictate the war'policy of the country. They Met Britain and Intro- oiwaB methods, fhf Globe In- Bay then to the pos- MMllttes if the cam- GREAT PATRIOTIC MAMECTING MAJESTIC THEATRE FR1. EVENING, NOV. 12 HON. ROBERT ROGERS MINISTER OF PUBLIC' WORKS IN THE FEDERAL GOV- ERNMENT, WILL BE THE SPEAKER ,Miss Blanche Weeks a nurse in training at Sarnia General Hospital, died of typhoid fever contracted from patient. D. A. Thomas, who has been in Canada as the representative o! the British Minister ot Munitions, under- went an operation in New York. S. A. Duke, ior the Past four years manager of the Royal Bank at Har- riston, Oat., has been appoinifd man- ager of the branch at Brandon, Man. Rev. Wm. Beattie, of Cobourg, who went to the trenches with the first contingent as chaplaiiij is now senior, chaplain of the 2nd Division. D. Anderson, or Pancras.'who was acquitted in the supreme court, at Medicine Hat on a charge of seed grain theft, has joined the SSth bat- talion at Calgary The Minneapolis Steel and Machin- ery company has oqtaineu a 000 contract to manufacture six inch a ;ell casings for the British govern rnent. W. H. KingsTuill, a well known Toronto lawyer and Canadiai solicitor for the M.'C. E., will com- mand a b'nUaiion of the 10th Royal Grenadiers ior overseas service. A new overseas .battalion beuiL raised at Peterboio, Ont, will "be commanded by Lieut.-Col. Joseph Mills, recently ittumed trom the front. Col T D R Hemming, officer 11 command at Kingston, has endorsed a resolution passe4 at a meeting citizens to close ail bars and liciuor shops during the duration of the war Clarence P. Smith, chairman of the relief committee of the Patriotic fund, Montreal, and a memlcr of the militaiy hospitals, commission, .has been made an honorary colonel hj General Sir bam Hughes H. Liuiburn, a Brantiord man i who crossed the Atlantic in one o I the submarines purchased ior the Al lies, is in Bi antford again on a visit IHe was wounded b} "tip of the Zep- pelin bombs thrown m the recent raid m England i Wm H Ke-m'dy, father of Mrs (Rev) H G-raham and Airs. J Parnell Morns, died at London, Ont his ninetieth year. He was born a ;DunnviIie, Ont. His father was a con tractor on the first part oi the Well and Canal to lie built Later the fam ily removed to Naianee, again i 1884 removing to Toronto, where th late Mr Kennedj lived till lately. Abercromble, J, D, Clerk Musllc, G. M. Craftsman Bartlett. C. N, Clerk Biller Bowmanii, Isaac Constable Eurch, Arthur Carpenter Butler, II. B. Bell Boy Calster, W. V. Engineer Chalmers, Wm. Yard Foreman Downey, Robt, Car Cleaner Pigsby, Wm.' Loco! Fireman Gilbert, W. Loco. Fireman Green, Sidney Loco. Fireman roonman, Fredk. M. Painter rlffltbs, Thos. Constable nmbrldge, Geo. W. Machinist Itchcock, Geo. Clerk obln, Wm. Checker ving, Robt Clerk nes.David'- Car Repairer cCbristle, Harry 1-oco. Fireman ackenzle, John Scrnpcutter cNaughton, Donald Watchman eRac, Murdoch Boilermaker aslon Walter Wood Machinist iller.Jphn Chief Clerk arsissoh, Harry Storcman olloek, Geo. Clerk ilels, Kobt. Brakeman teuan, Alan Labourer aylor, Geo. H. Loco. Fireman aylor, Walter Checker 'allls, Jas. H. Transllman nillams, Hy. J. Helper lexander, John Accountant lades, Roland Clerk arnlll, Wm. Loco. Fireman leeton, Alt. .T. shed Foreman orrigan, Thos. H. Conductor ousens M A Loco. Fireman eiba.WiP.'O. Call Boy obbs, Saml. H. Loco. Fireman redericksqn, Carl Watchman eorge, Ernest F. Clerk oodwin, Geo. A. Brakeman uthrle, A. C. Clerk layes, Geo. Yardman Holmes, Geo. A. Clerk loyes, Nicholas Car Cleaner affray, Wm. Wiper vlng, John D. UlnstaWe Cinman. Geo. I. News Agent .egg Wm. N. Loco. Fireman tcLaughlin, Milton Trainman lills, Samuel, Trucker lolt, Chas, M.- lorgan. Lewis T. 'hillps, Jas.F. 'ope, Chris. L. Qulnn. Patrick Latcliffo, Jos. Reid, Francis J. Ritchie. Geo. C. lougbton, C. G. Smith, Ernest THIS IS A'MEETING TO IXATJGUEATE THE PATKIOTIC FUND .CAMPAIGN IN THE OITY OF LETHBEIDGE. DOOES OPEN AT COMMENCES AT 8.30. NO ADMISSION A. M. Grace, president of the Patriotic Fund, will GOD SAYE THE KING KEROSENE EXPLODED CHILD BURNE New Westminster, B.C., Nov. 9 The four children of C. Carlson, a flsl erman, residing on Lulu Island, wer m danger when the oldest, a girl o 14 attemnted, in the absence of he mother, to light the fire with a can o kerosene oil, which exnloded, and th house, with all its furnishings, wa destroyed Only one of the childre is seriously burned, this being the gi who had the oil''can in her hand, an she ran out of the house with clothing ablaze. FIGHT WAR HORSES ASSEMBLED Pittsburg, Pa, Nov thou and war horses, assembled here du ing last week from points in the mi die west, were last night and toda forwarded to Bli7ahetb NT, whore, was said, they -would be allowed to r cuperate before being shipped to B rope Hostlers who accompanied tl trains declared that reported attemp to poison the horses at stockyards pertain-western cities had prompte 'contractors U> assemble the horses Pittsburg. PRO-GERMAN SENTIMENT GROWIN London, Nov. Morning Po today publishes a tetter from "a we .informed corr.spondent' in Athc calling attention to the tejmt su cess of the Greek pro-German part "thanks to the power of the politic influence radiating from the queen entourage." The correspondent says tiial i ready H ol the 1C Athens dai ncwspafrs have liecn won o cr 1 tho German interests plus-at' icast half ol the provincial newspapers. Wounded 'fffouoded Wounded Bled Wounded of wounds Killed In action Wounded "Wounded Killed In action Wounded Wounded Gas poisoning Wounded Wounded Killed in action Suffering from sboclc' "Wounded "Wounded and prlson'i "Wounded Suffering from shock Suffering from shock1 Wounded' Wounded Wounded Suffering from Wounded Wounded Wounded Died of wounds Wounded Uas poisoning Wounded Wounded Wounded Wounded: Wounded Wounded and prlson'r Killed in action Wounded Died of wounds "Wounded "Wounded t "Wounded and missing; Wounded Wounded Wounded .Wounded Killed in action Killed in action Swann, Walter H. Thorpe, M. H. Turner, Thos. Constable Apprentice Car Cleaner Stakeman Constable Helper Porter Cierk Checker Car Repairer Clerk Constable Wiper Tonne, Claudius Loco. Fireman Montreal, 'October 27th. 1915 (Fourth Angus Winnipeg Montreal Montreal Winnipeg Victoria Brandon Outremont (Hen Yard Kenora Rcglna Brandon Moose Jaw Montreal Angus Moose Jaw Moose Jau-' Montreal Moose Jaw Schrfllber Angus Shepard Angus West Toronto Calgary Angus Winnipeg Medicine Mat Vancouver Outremont Saskatoon Brownvllle Jet. West Toronto Moose Jaw Winnipeg Lethbridgo Rossland Sutherland ITirnham McMcino Hat Lethbrldgn.. Shuswap Kenora Calgary yictorla 'Montreal Medicine Hat Medicine Hat Montreal Calgary Revelstoke B. Columbia Div.' "Died of wounds Winnipeg Died of wounds Montreal Winnipeg .Winnipeg Athalmer Winnipeg Angus Winnipeg Montreal Calgary Winnipeg Regina Montreal Moose Jaw Sutherland Lethbridge Died of wounds Gas opisoniag Wounded 'V oundcd and missing Believed killed "Wounded Killed in action Killed In action and missing) Wounded Wounded and prtson'rj Killed Wounded Wounded Died of wound! Good Reasons Why You Should Subscribe to the Canadian Patriotic Fund to the Extent of Your Ability 1 You owe to your country, and to the Empire of which ve are a part, either to fight yourself or help- to make it pos- ible for others to fight in this supreme struggle. 2. As a Canadian you have enjoyed the protection and n-ivileges of .British Citizenship and have never yet been called ipon in the Defense of the Empire. 3. The Mother Country has for years, practically borne the burden of 3'our protection alone. 4. In this hour of trial we desire Great Britain to realize hat every Canadian is supporting and upholding bei Cause. 5 The war in which we are engaged is a righteous cause, struggle for Trulh, Liberty and fpr the sacredness oi Treaties ind the given world. 6 If you can't go yourself, you can help to make it possible or others to go by guaranteeing that their families will be pro- for in their absence. 7 The object of the Canadian Patriotic Fund is to make provision' for ALL -of soldiers going from Canada to nke part in war. 8. Those who have gone to the front are making greater sacrifices than" any thing we can do at home 9. An unparalled crisis in the world's history cafc for su- preme sacrifice on our part. WE MUST DO OUR DUTY. WE MUST FIGHT OR PAY.___________._________ NEW TRIAL REFUSED Edmonton, Alta., Nov. appli- cation tor a flew trial for Jennie Hawkes, convicted at ot the murder of RoseMa Storey, the wo- man whom her husband had "taken, into the house to live with him, was refused by Justice Stuart, and his ap- peal -waa concurred in by Chief tlce Harvey and Justice Scott, Beck THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXE3. LODGE TOOT Title Deeds, Mortgages, m other valuables in one ot boxes M innuti inroKMAtnm APPLY w Lethbridge Branch R. T. Mgr ;