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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE .LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBAtD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1914 fcethbribge De-calb Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION Dally, delivered, per rear..... Daily, by mall, per year....... 3.00 VtaefcJy, by mall, per 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office................ JJo3 Editorial Office.............. W. A. Buchanan John Torranco UtBaging Director Business Manager THE PRESENT SITUATION The long drawn out battle in the districts of the rivers Lys and Tser Ui Belgium still continues. But con- ditions have come to such a pass that it is anticipated that the critical stage has about been reached. Events, j therefore, of the nature ot a culmiu-j ating victory or a disastrous rout may be looked to. Of the result the i Allied commanders are hopeful for j the enemy has more than a herculean task ahead of him in persevering to gain on Dunkirk and Calais. At Ypres the Allies hold a position military experts consider ofj highly strategic importance its j lines of converging railroads and hish- The issue practically rests oa j how long the Allies can hold the line from Ypres extending to the coast. Of their ability to do this we can have every confidence, and where in the district repulses have fceea met 'with by them it may well be taken that they are In accordance with the plan of campaign for allowing the enemy to wear himself out in his on- slaughts. Meanwhile the Allies are saimns ground on the main line oE battle north of the Aisne, and their right does not appear to be disturbed in the strong positions held from Ver- dun southeast. The Austrian armies, in the treat- ment they are the hands of the Russians, will soon be regard- ed as a factor of no consequence in, the conflict. What's the Use of Hissing So Much Pleasure that you Could Have? YES, you can live without music and brightness and happiness and friends. But why should you, when these things cost so little and mean so much Lots of people, who said they "could do without an Edison Phonograph" before they owned one, how say they "could not do without has brought BO much pleasure into their lives. The Edison appeal Is universal. To those who love good those who enjoy most the old those who prefer instrumental the younger and even to the Edison is a daily source of pleasure and recreation. Great actors and orchcstrasand ready to entertain you when you will. And the prices for Edison Phonographs and Edison Records are so variety is so that there can be no question as to our ability to you. What's the use of missins so much pleasure CTHE INSTRUMENT WITH THE DIAMOND POINT) 133 DEALERS IN LETHBRfo'GE W. H. f-XMfrey. Street Kenny Co.. Limited. CULTURE EMBRACES THE TURK Look at !t. German culture em- bracing Turkey. Dear old culture, you arc getting deeper in the mud as .the war progresses. Tou 'began by reEusing to promote peace in Europe- You followed this up by refusing to carry out your pledged word to a sinall nation ansious to live in peace .You went to -war-and you destroyed Lourain and Rheims witli their state- ly edifices reared to the worship ol the Almighty. And now- you join hands with the Turk In an effort to conquer the world, and if possible to set the Moslem world at war with the Christian. If that is culture then let "the world be dominated fay ignorance. SOLDIERS' QUESTIONS AND THEIR ANSWERS v i A circular has been prepared and I authorized by the Militia-council nt Ottawa for the purpose of enabling j soldiers who "enlist In the second contingent to know just what, they may expect for themselves and their families in case they :go to the front Men will naturally ask some pert- inent and -the following questions; and answers have been pre- pared long ..will I have to "Til'l the end of the war and six months after its termination, if ne- cessary." WILL BE A BLOW TO KAISER Chau, of which Tsing Tau was the principal city, and which has just been .captured by Japan, has .-been held by Germany The Germans first ob- tained possession by what Lord Salis- The will not 3. You would not Insure your life with an individual. Why, then, leave your Estate In charga of an Individual Executor? Eriiish Canadian Trust Company GEO. W. Conybearc Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. We are specially organized and equipped for the Administration of Estates and for carrying out of trusts of every description The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Dlitrlcts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN .220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridge Office Bank ot Commerce Bio's., J. w- McNIeol Inspector Adam Brown is to retire as post-1 Thc Educational Board ol the Meth- master at Hamilton, and Goo R. odist church has refused to sanction Allen, of the Spectator staff, may be the establishment of a Theological his successor ________" college at Saskatoon._____________ The Ideal Hot water, and K wineglass of Wolfe's Schnapps. -You will sleep a top'', and wake up in tho morning refreshed and free from those acnes in tht joints arid pains in the back; Wolfe'o Is IB IU effect on tho liver and and world's bent tonlc-ntreUtr 6f tlit vitil otftat OS the bodr. pittrlbuidfs THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY, ;