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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta K IbctalD filberta AND WttKLV inscription Rates: OSllvered, per ye�-    y Stall, per year... by mail, par year. $4.00 8.00 1.00  T1XBPHONBS: tjstaess Office ....... BMitorial Office ........... W, A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director .Business Manager 1252 122* Your King and Country Need '� You Bight Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OP THE WAR . More cheerful news cornea from the . Balkans to the effect that the Bulgar-iaoa are being severely threatened on two wings in the Macedonian front, where the French and British ad-ranee has been marked. The Serbs have also administered a check to the Invaders it Babuna Pass. On the Russian front the Austrians are in full flight on the southern end ot the line, where the Russians have broken their line in two places. To the north, .the Germans hare retired1 from the swampy forests around Riga;' Dispatches from Greece yesterday were to the effect that, contrary to demobilisation being ordered, the army is to be increased by putting: l|ito training all citliens who have-' not done: military service. The death of 2? Americans on board the Italian liner Ancena, sunk by an Austrian submarine, is likely to reopen the old question of submarine' warfare with the United States. DICKEDUPIN lASSlNGCZtl tfOR *HE BUSY UAN fit* V?ORSK THAM THI OMMANS . , -iTa* PeSrolie Advertiser says: ; "There are some men in this town ^ wbo have not given fa red cent to the yV^MUe, Red Crow or any other war .:;|u�jt" Their record should be looked fciat^taraey-.nay..be;' Germans in dis-ftaHstW.'* Rather a poor disguise. A * Oerman spy would probably be liber-.y-al/ia* ostentatious in Ms giving. -.Set ?#t|tsM men down aanaaa-and junpat-- rkttlc Canadians, and be fair to the Ifdsrmaas, obsarvas the Orfilla Packet ^'-..liNeat .week's Patriotic 'Fund' cam-s&;psign may reveal people of this class in this cityi *uf .we tmst not . . �>...... .,�,,, if i.. . � CONCENTRATE OUR �,-�i*FORT�. ON KILTHES ft It Is not desirable in our opinion ^43iat recraitlng should take place here for otittr lafanfry reglmants if it ts , . seriously intandad to proceed with .'liaising a Kiltie regiment with this .-'..city as its headquarters. We should ,:b* allowed to conoentrate our efforts on this unit ' RoeralUng men for f other reglsmnts makes it more dlffi cult to get the required number of �s snen from oar own district for the new >v ragtansaL'' R is to be hoped that Im . Saedlata antKwneesaent of the officer ;s�ia command-.for the now Kiltie real %isasit win"ba, fbrthcomlng, so that the tnen aatioas f or service can be enlist 4 ad in its ranks. If there is delay, then; w � aeoraS': of men. will be recruited for etlier raglmeau nuking It mare dtf fleult to raise the nay local regiment Jaaywr-,/'Bardie deserves credit for aaggastiag the Kiltie regiment, and ^JtOvis eatltled to praise for the happy . ' idea. With proper cooperation on the part of the military authorities we are satisfied tjhe regiment can be .. raised, tat if the l�thbrldge terri . tory is to be used to secure recruits for other units it is certainly going ' to hamper the efforts to raise the new force authorised for training in this city. * ' * '* Prince Edward Island fox'farmers arc gratified by a steady rise in the price of furs since last March. J. G. Gunn, well-known commercial traveller, died on the train at Sussex, N. B. He lived at St. John. Lieut. Hugh Teed, invalided home to Dorchester, N. B., after the battle of Vpres; has gone back to the front. Canada's new,'munition orders will: moan the .expenditure of $20,000,000 a month with the manufacturers. Enoch Denftft, of Maplewood. Ont., was drowne.1 while hunting in the Parry Sound district. Clias. Hughes, a veteran lumberman of the province of Quebec, is dead at -Montreal, -aged 99 years. Amon Miller, 97, oldest Oddfellow in the state and Mixican war veteran, is dead- in Wisconsin. Guy R. Turner, of ttndover, N.B., won - a commission in the Engineers for good work on the battlefields of Europe. Mrs. Jordan, "of San Francisco, has given three cottages to the sanatorium-at- River Glade, N. V.. which she founded. One of the icebreakers bought by the.' Russians lor use this winter is the steamer Minto, usually held for Newfoundland:   . Jabez McDonald, one r/t the best-known residents* of the Miramichi, died suddenly. at his home at Ferrv-ville, X. B. " One of the most beautiful homes in Yarmouth, S.B., that of James Bur-ell, Pleasant street, was destroyed by fire. : �> Royden Keith, of Halifax, killed fighting in France, was an athlete of some note; he died 9 days after landing in the war zone. . Mrs. Hannah Thome, who died at Washademoak, N. B., had been a member of the Thornton Baptist church 80 years; she was 96. The Manitoba government is closing the .immigration office at Toronto. The agent -there, Jas. Hartney, ex-M.P.P., has been notified,. D. A; Noble, for five years chief agent of the Dominion Coal and Steel Companies, has been appointed assistant provost marshal lor the island ot Cape Breton. Men-here* shaving relief! XJBRE'S  way tiyend ''rtufcr .fetdl. JTl sting*' and all other shaving rmtaan v t , v r after ahavjna bar ' cause It doe*'not �how. T>-�- thUout and aanSltlo H. Ritchie * Co.,'Oapt.|ob.afaCaul St. Taraaita., ' "QUITE ANOTHER STrQRY,? t|allad on OasM to witness that all ;;-*.V'- my ribs was*broke; � .� ^.iUramped m"� and 'a,punched me; � S - and 'Is bloomln'.face was long, But: Whan V aVa1'-"Counr five,:'uy j" lad," *"'*" * '7 " tlglve'lm ttfa'are"song: -i'!It's a long way to Tippsrary, ' >�" It's a long way to go; Jtt's a long wayvt6'Trpperary- - -i i' And th� sweetest girl I know!" Tjhpy chucked me in a luggage van v with 'sir a hundred more. And gruesome kind of cheer it was, with straw ticks on the floor. The matey wot. was nearest me 'ad lost out; both *is eyes--'B^ cried for 'is old lady and then 'e ups and dies! 'It's a long way to Tipperary, ^ Too far for some to go; It's a long way to Tipperary- Ah, Gawd, > loved 'or so!" 'ad to keep my spirits up, though tears alnt no disgrace When you're coughing blood and shrapnal, bat I 'ad to save my , face, So 1 'ollered In my blanket and you > bet I made'em'ear-r "u any mate will, 'dp me sing, I've two bits Jeft for beer;" Volt's j a long way to Tipperary, � iiJvv^We're goln' 'ome today. SWe cursed the surgeon for a thief, >B�t 'e wouldn't let us stay." Then something must 'ave' 'appened, for an . English ..nurse was . near- With natural imperliteness, I said, .= 5*  * "Mornln", sister, dear." She turned as white as paper, "Man, v be careful what you say! You 'aven't spoke for seven weeks- ; f: ' we thought you'd die today!" /'It's a long way to Tipperary, t But whan I 'eavs in view, SMoll won't mind-the crutches �/.: Because.my- 'eart-is.true. ..'1. don't mind your crutches, Tom, V I know yourldve is true!' i That's wot Moll will say to me 4*': When I 'eave in view." '5 BOMMJUY THORNTON. In New York Times. The cartoon reproduced from "Jugend" ot Berlfa shows the German mailed fist daring the French to attempt to cross the_Rhlne.f Germany if now anxious to prevent herself from being backed now; she la no longer backing.  ���� When e^.Bhemld stimulate confidence and, �pt)nu�nL smongst our people. A faiv s'jlMir;^; JtPld us yesterday that he hid fep)i2�4aU;,his floating liabilities; and s,iV,!;Ji � ' CALdARY,. EDMONTON. flmmm* R�4i-�ia. ' KOOT9NAV LOG. AND EA8T "jTeat Olltaill IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC ;�, LINES Tickets:on sale from November 15th to De-^ cember 31st, 1;915, and good for five months. v THROTTGH STANDARD AND TOURIST :f;; SLEEPING CARS tickets aqd: full Information at all Canadian Pacific Railway Offices S. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbrldge. ">-X'<:S R. DAWSON, Oiatriet Passenger Agsnt, Calglry. vice aaiiy.. . ."-No fetteriag will occw m s ire if Zam-Buk n tued. ;Fer the Ml M-Z�m-B�kbalag^aaitefceeiwai all mineral,isIsfingtSaattaT it quite lafe'tjr baby's skn/SSTas; Apply twice daily.. '' sore ..____.--------- -.- - ulcer, deansc-wdi aai* apply-.Zast* Bulc freely. * WeU pleased."-Ecarana is oiten s. stubborn disease,' and if-Zam-Buk has cured yoa ia three weeks, ne wonder you sign youffclf V Well Pleased." . , C . . �*Is Doubt."-rWrheito the.Zam-Bofc 'Co., Torantri, sending .out cent .stamp for reply, ind, mention this column.  They w^seoiyau s freo box. : " Aniious Mother.''-Whether the snip-' tion is eczema or i[soractkuV: leas serious, you should treat k. Apply Zam-Buk daily. 'One week should , . . show an improvement-likHr le�, as Zam-Buk cures very quickly; . * Economy."-The real price of Zarn-Buk is 50 cents.^bMt some "druggists cut their profit rather than sell inferior ointments, and you can get i� souo times for less. �- /', ", JWIed.:'-If your doctor hat".said thai Zam-Buk is better than what yes, before tried, -we �ee*<'De reaapa why' you should, remain.puzzled. Tina great herbal balm ir stow regarded by the medical profession,' as will as by the great army! of ma�hen, at the beat family ointment. - 7 its the advice from'yew (Jextw aad try Zaxs-Buk. < NODEL A335 mom ftxJKC mwle�s JU KEEL L�thbridge- Alberta MAJESTIC THEATRE HON. ROBERT ROGERS MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, WILL BE THE SPEAKER : ^ THIS IS A MEETING TO INAUGURATE THE PATRIOTIC FUND CAMPAIGN IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. DOORS OPEN AT 7.30-MEETING COMMENCES AT 8.30. NO ADMISSION A. M. Grace, president of the Patriotic Fund, will preside. ' GOD SAVE THE KING .^J^-^t^ ;