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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEEKLY suBscRirmoN RATES delivered, year..... by ..mail, per year........ by mail, peri year. 3.00 as to be limit- that may- be :fe-. in the. Financial for furnished house in aJad TELEPHONE Editorial Office W. A. .Buchanan Director 1252 for tfce maintenance of local ja rental of from us and jha'd better offer him.-: as, best .we. can for the. .fund l.in. its jtiie new house.." We .will aiiy. may" make. Real j" A shareholder of-a aon-dividehd- saerifiees. make citi-ipaying American xjorpdratioa pro- zessv; Tlie man. who is cot prepared I tests against the .payment" of .a1 salary to v-something in this time j of tb: the pre- of wprtiiy_ .of citizenship i sident is "a Surely he in Canada -.'or'; the Empira, icould have arranged a'diyidena'itlbr J no. other tb: retain-his" fat "Last; Coin" was tae.'name' of a 'income. ..___122 Jj horse winning .a race'at Baltimore the i Tbrrance j other, day. Likely; there was a -pile of j: .rch.t Business Manager coin Icstlcia .tfiat too.' Dr. Edwards; Tory.- AS THE POSITION STANDS "to. German' despatches have gained successes the Belgian.'. strip between the i and .the coast.' -Naturallyj the most of-these are "mads by- the.j but their importance-.is much discounted when, we readvStBf and ;the tree, side of the story. 'The taking of Bisrsude, styled by; the Germans an important position is, in -the words of the Allies' report, a j victory. .'What .this, position i. gained, by the enemy is worth can be; 'basfly appreciated when ;we .are toldj ithat front and west of Dismude lies.] tenac, says Henri "is a trait- or; and should be hanged "f br treason. Guelph. .Small, six feet fo-ar Let lis see. Tsa'; Kearrth'e' boy >Hoa. enlisted brought >fo Ontario at iioatreal; "nothing small about that I fellow except-his name. y.-: A mail is advertising in 1911; to arouse the in a num- ber of sections; ;ti against- iurier because; he .Svas too' imperialistic Ke was too good for the ,iine strongly entrenched along raised bank, of ".the: Tser canaL Pur- iher south is the strong British line.] has yet an. insurmountaiblel obstacle to compass-before'he reaches Dunkirk or CsuSais. Is not i.doubt that; the -Ger-l mans will make one final desperate! attempt to reach: the channel ports t before abandoning their -.hurry- reinforcements to -eastern. line. But tikei at its ibest 'can.-only be a'forlorn hope -they- will' have- the: loud- the Itussians.: at ..their 'dinning m. their ears. !THS VICTROLA AND THE iRESFKXNSE SHOULD BE; GENERAL sens of .Lethbricge wffi he called -upoia to --contribTite the Patriotic ,ind the Sed Cress.; Most of -the relief wort m fTi'is city .since the commenced, lias .done "by -..thai .the ihen... have, done practi-1' y .ndthiiig-, escept .those brave fef. '.-TF'hq their to -the.. .cause which' Great Brirj v'tain so protidly in this j struggle; is possible 'of OUT citizens -.may even gram.4 "lite" -very r- Patn'oiac-'Ftuid campaign being- inaug'- tiTSLte'fr'iii this" city, and ,pr6ba'blyr some of tlies'e very men are individuals who hesitate to criticise yoimg- men- 'officers 'because they fail .to re- the country's Can and go -the froHt They, fafl to realise that' ffiey.-sipiiM make sacrifices tttein.-, :selyesv.'; is not being fought out iipon-. EnropeaiL soH alone. The mea aiid the women frho aid the suffering" distressed, -who contrFouie pp6rt of the dependents' endeavor to feeep business usual are participants in the! ..effort -Britons are- making to Tlcktry; for 'freedom. So we sa-r the' of iethbiidge have done their-! .-arid-' the'- time has now .iie ,inen must respond -to service. Those who can- FRIDAY, NMBER __ W: T. Henry may be "a mayoralty Edmonton, It is- possible -the House of mbns may not- meet Mrs, Mar ;aged at Isiac Uttsworth; prominent deaT of -Florence; Grit.; is; dead. that Hon.: DC: of1ihe Aid. S-. G. .Freeze has "decMe'd to-run for, mayor be a AnseU, Mexican, con-; sul'.at-'JVIoaJreal.' left Ins cat-ire i tate S40JOOO to a. no-ted: ol j poultry, died Vf..: J. 'aged a resident of .Peaciland. Saturdajr of ..z i. 'Majcr- S; S.: Sharpe, M. P., again' been -nominated inbas'by- The .Rovai; Canadian Agencies; inipeg, into iMavcr Evans-was one bMiibse'-inter- rested .concern, j A. cable fromHhc British }'to: Harris, Kingston; aimbunces 'that Jiis second {tiin-E. is miss-; [inj Hugfies, fatally; wbuaded by a deer. The. in-. _. _ into' the late, and., 'mauled him receve :l ise tEe ciiildreri foiid of it. rf -w v play it for them eveaings B never ;Lave any geltiag th THE ORIGIN "TOMMY j Editor of the'Heraldr- v- i In: reference to- origin' 1 can -give you [account .of its .-being used for: time, which I., caiiie quite" late? tbialr- our; new would ;tbe a splendid lielp to :tlie' 's education. Through its teichmg iiiey tee best tlie---great composers, as finterpreted and rajtisiciajisl 'of thar 's beautiful played -Yours" Mgr. Arlington -Pin'cher Creeli.- "Befades, I reafly.-selSsh reason'fcr liEag- -'.Soihe of the iaaies in inviting me to teas and receplioas wKsce- taey played their fine Victor. Records, biit -riovv trtat.we have a Victro'a, I- can as imisic as theirs." f dp Meir. part 'by contributing to the Patriotic Fund and '.the :Red. Gross. so that-'the- dependents of th me3i.atjthe front look after, ;aiid '.the; will; re- csiisfiticarefnl.; and vskilfnl I is true .that business i cqnditions are the {best, -but whatever sacii fices .we maie freely, cheerfully, will 'bear .of true loyalty. must do. its best In- this campaign to raise the 'Patriotic Fund and the Red Cross Fund, and its be' the re- suit o! the aroused patriotism of the people giving what theyscan most af- ford -to give, and giving it- because .they realise their fall responsibilities ..as citizens of Canada' and the British: .Empire, and .fully appreciate their sponsibilities.' The1 call for funds should meet re- -fponse; from every citizen. In other Cities' clerks in stores, employees "ia large industries, and staffs of large. of fices, "while individually not in a largely to the set aside a iportion- of their days' for -the worthy purpose' for which' the jfund was 'founded; "This; are; will done in; iLeth- not go thV'idea" that Lethbridge tite deptsudents i 'f -this city. 'national -in its OTercoats.: Qyercpafe, ;SatoiS( BeaTer Gloth sHfeUy neavY .GurlyclotiL lining ;terlined, regular price Saturdav ;fiA With.: 15 doable-sided Records Suits, Saturday. 128.00' Suits, Saturday: Take- your of Hat in the house choice- of any v the Tibuse Saturdav from to (on "arid ten-inch, cl.QaDJe-sided the two selections at ahv "His Makers Voice" in any town cr irrrCanada. Write for free copy of our cyclopedia listing Vficlqr. Ask' to hear "It's a; Long Way rtb famous British Marching Song, sung by Harrj.r -Fay on Victor Patronize Konie Pfddiicfts Mason 21 WESTERN BRANCHES; 404 5th'Street-South; 0 .Tommyr. Tominy You're a good 'un. heart'-and hand; You're s. .credit. to iypuf-calliiig V to all -j.1- Jiay -your luck 'ailing, -f May your love b'e. God bless, you. Tommy Atkins, Here's your country's 'love to. you., Never have th'ese. truer in ail Tomm'y's .than today. It doesn't matter before, what his' .name, When he. pocketed-the-, shilling And the. same. "_' j -But why do we-..give-him., this new. I title when the spirit of .the army rests i j upon, him? This, "the. rea-} son of it, "this it is inspiring history "indeed, andj should make every new ;recruit .a i man. It-isr-a- to conjure is a, name to lite, up to. that in. 1815'the War Of- fice issued Account Bq_bk." '.A to" show'how theTiobk in, and so "an officer' was" sent -with it to the Duke of and he was asked (if he apprbved-rpf-it) ;to give; the specimen name. :-Tqv this officer's astonishment the Duke." after looking at the dc'cumenV suddea.- denly 'became lost in deep'thought, and remained thus for .seme minutes. What could have made once so preoccupied? Would. ;iipt Smith" or any sort of No. The Duke realized it .would 'bscome.a ssic" for the ev-' ery private for in .his-silence he -over., all the ?reat battles he has ever fought ..to look for .a worthy "type." one, now that 'comes his mind's jeye asdie marshals.his deathless arm- jies before him in; First'this t then that.: is 'at 'last there appears The the "enemy is" utterly -routed, and :he picldng his way and wouiided to tlie the..battle line. There he finds a soldier, almost, at' the point of wbp .Jias been shot'.in three tlie. lungs; the leg and head. The man ;is well known j to him, for he has a i stern fight, and always stood .put' con- spiciib'us_ for his bravery. But now near, and what does'he.say as the General stoops over (How vividly it all comes' the great commander as he'tliinks u'ppi it He can hardly tormnlie w'brds' his 'catching -'.'the blood in his jnoutJj, "It's all .'.right, all: you wOTrry about, all in day's'work." for his- King and couutryfana lie-died fbi: -tliat: great ideal.." His ;name '-was 'Thomas said and tlie -has., become imniorcal, the to 'it And whether it's on ..India's: coral Or pouruig out tlie, Sb'a- ya'nce.Act.' He'S'a-doing or -behalf .of the'-appellant-Is was Every: inch of him ft soldier ;aiid a contended that the conviction 'ivas :'wronff in auy case, -because ice cream -4 -'Men's' Shirts, to ,50-raluesr Hosiery at Hall Price Men's Hosiery.; regular; pair; Saturday r. REGULAR Sweater, Qoats Sweater Goats Coats Sweater Coats Sweater Coats. 'Stanfield'sheay Saturday Big reductions all ttawgh otir Underwear etc., including Wolseleyj tir. Jae> ger's and Stanfield If Men's :.25 to- Winter 1.50, Saturjiay'..r.. ar Shoes Shoes -that are sold Special line of .r JL- 16 Saturday; Big reductions in othftr linens earlji stay away arid. lose. Charges alterations. Terms Caslli McKelvie Kfirkfesim! Block McGuire ;V IS ICE CREAM: (London, -A conviction'under the'. "of Charles upheld by. Court of Bench' yesterday, on the: grouii d tMt tlxi excise, license held by convic- ted r -offence' .was1 he had sold1 ice not.override the Obser- is under the discussion as- and 'Mr." Justice'' it down that ;meaV >as-, to--'bB confined to flesh Bu't the Court to say Ice.-'Sc.reaihcls not tlie only be'TnijNwheth'er-the Act. of 'Ohar- '1 Jes and "The "dismissed the Court' held with. JAPAN ESE- AIDS JapanT -has Luke's.. which .will tlie auspices Mission, Rudolph Tessler. the imperial gift, tbJ a 'wtiJchr-Is here, .was made by Cqunt :0kumafvtfie premier, ;