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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16- 1914 letbbnboe Dcralb DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year..... by mail, per year. by mall, per year. 14.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES Cuflness Office 1252 Editorial 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torranet UaDcclog Director Business Manager THE PRESENT SITUATION work o[ Its luivy on tho Pacific. At heart wo believe Sir Goorge Is still an ardent believer in .11 Canadian navy. It is lilfllcult for lilm to abandon all the arguments .he so effectively used against .contribution in; 1909. Tliough the Herald deplores the suffering tho advent of zero weather may bring in some quarters, we can- not help being thankful that it creates j a demand for our coal, thus keeping our liig time when it is needed. AH western cities are ing through a trying period, but Lethbridge has much more io be thankful for than many sister cities. AH strategists, including those ot Over a hundred days have passed I the UuiU'd States, have concluded iince its commencement, sort this [that the war now has- resolved itself w-eek will see the fifteenth week of the campaign. Little news of any definite character is received of the fighting along the main Hue of battle. It seems as it the hosts are awaiting the result of the crucial combat in Belgium. There on the line from ypres to the coast as a .base, with an angle extending to Diimude project- ing, as the official report expresses it, like a 'bastion into the enemy's line. iino a question pf how long tho Ger- mans csn hold when they will conquer Russia or France. As a baseball expert would put it, the THE ONLY GUnElPR CONSTIPATION v Is Wonderful Made.From Fruit Juices. '1913. "I have used Fniit-n-tives" for .Indigestion' with most excellent results, and they conti- nue to be my only medicine, I first started about six years ago to use them, I tookfoiirat a dose but gra- dually reduced the dose toosifr tablet at night, Before' taking I toot salts arid other pills but' the treatment was too, harsh.' I thought I might as well suffer from the illness as'from these treatments. Finallv, I s.iw Fruit-actives" advertised with a letter in whiclvspineone recommended them very highly, so I tried them, and I have no hesitation in recommending them." ANNIE E. CORBKTT. 500. n box, trial size, z At all dealers or sent ou receipt price by Kruit-a-lives Limited, Ottawa- Kaiser couldn't get the "hop" on the T TC ball, though he counted on i'UW the hop on the other bring I HIS FIFTH SON him out on top of the heap. German Colonel's Appeal to- Kaiser If the sinking of the Audacious should prove true, and" the' doubt i stand the Allies as a 'breakwater re-jvery great, the censorship imposed by jsisting unflinchingly the lashing of tup British war arid admiralty -offices j scarcely the German waves, and holding back vjn receive still worse treatment the Teutou hordes in their mad and than any yet accorded .it. Such a frenzied attempts io reach the than- jcaiamjty the ;people have a right Was in Vain .-London, Nov. her hour Bel ports. For three weeks fighting of the violent description has been going on here alternating with hails of shrap- nel bullets to -bayonet charges. And still the enemy is os far away I know the full details' of. And the ad- most iniralty knowing this, would surely have announced it before this time. Hence the doubt. It is doubtless true. says.the Van- from Dunkirk and Calais as when HejconTer Xew3.Adverasei. that many first started the attempt to reach them. Against the flower of the Ger- man army the Allies are holding their own, and such fortitude and courage augur well for the final triumph over an exhausted and demolished foe. In the eastern zone of battle the Russian menace to Germany becomes daily more acute. While the Czar's troops are making progress in East- ern Prussia ther have made consider- able advance Galicia, being now at; Tarnow, some 40 miles east of Cra- cow. With the fall of this city and the Austriaus hemmed in m the Car- pathians there will be another pierc- ing of German territory from this quarter. the army volunteers from this pro- vince are British s born. But niany ulso are natives of Canada. Here for example is the record of a group of 25 enlisted at Revelstoke: mourning. Germany has, one home untouched by war.! I: heard of one story of. gripping It.was to do with a family named' von the father pf which is 'A retired colonel. ,.At the outbreak of the war he had three sous in. the army. Immediately two younger sons joined the ccVors. In the first advance into France three sons Were killed and a fourth was tier. The mother is Jittle than insane.! and life father! stS'rn old Spartan, ;it last could stand it no longer, lie obtained an audience .with tiie Kaiser and iuid'his ing that theilast-oi 'the; five might be spared. The Kaiser was m.uch moved by the England, six; Scotland, two; Ireland, Born in aild ordered a message scut the division to which the young man was attacked, directing that he foi one; Bolgiurn, one; Ontario, four; j seat to interior duty, from the British Columbia, three; Nova Scotia, J front. The old man, deeply touched, three. New Brunswick, two; Quebec, one; Manitoba, one; not stated, one. THE BRAINS BRITISH ARMY ICKED UP IN ASSING Uiiilt of Lllti Calgary Exhibiliuii Board. D. R." Toronto, hns been re- jected president of. tiie Canadian Jankers' association. Ksv. Father Phelan lias been phic- in charge of', the Roman Catholic hot on tbe-cast Prussian Iron- j Cathedral parish at Pcterlioro. sought to thank the Emperor; said the Kaiser, "it is I and vour country who must thank you for the terrible sacrifice you have made. A GREAT AND GALLANT SOLOJER A jwrsonslity familiar in every part of ft he Empire departed with the death Field Marshal Lord Fred- erick Sleigh, Roberta. But the splen- dor of his name, typical of everything that is bravest and The career of the late Field Mar was full of services admintbl rendered in his-country's-cause H was a man who may truly (be said to have .seen more fighting and facmp of death, than fall, to the lot of the sold ten on' active service. Starting In the Indian Mutiny the age of twen ty he iron renown and the. Victoria Crosq. Be farther earned undying fame in the famous march from bill 'to Kandahar, and embellished nil reparation. 4n the Boer War, hu fina of active .service. while "on tfce inelf' Lord R'ofa -crts' Intersil in the army never ceas ed.' He was active -with coun sel, and never minimised the import Mice of theineceisity of Britain being mlUUiT pover. Empire to such men u JUrthai'Lord Roberta. His death will be mourned by one and all. has gone, leaving, behind a trail of glory in memory an of the ablest and most brilliant oonunandws and whose names are emblazoned in the Empire's roll of honor. School board candidates are begin ning lo 'line up to the mark. It is time, too. Elections are .less than a month away, and if there is auv vir- tue In an election it is in discussing issues before voting day. Let the candidates come .forward and sa> what they have to say to the people. The EetbbrtBg'c school board is spend- ing an annual budget of now: ailays. That- ought to be something to talk about. George. Brown, manager ut the ercmeht demonstration farm'at Medi- cine Hat, has of the farm at Ssdgewiek. Dura 'Lumsden MaeLauriu of Otta- wa has given notice that she will ap- ply to Parliament nest session for di- vorce from her husband, Thomas JIacLuurin of. Lacliine. _ The London Express states that Captain PJeshkoff, the famous Rus- sian horseman, who won the King' Edward'cup in the International horse show at London, has been badly wounded in a battle near Warsaw The Anglican Synod of Quebec Kill elect a new bishop on December 16. EFFECT ,OF WILD LAND TAX of last Slay to lift again. After this -war the Bull Moose and the. Kaiser will be able to get togeth- and console one another. -How many farmers within a radius miles of Raymond have consid- ered planting 10 acres ot sugar becta next spring? "Would not the preeent be a good time to look into the pro- position? (Edmonton Bulletin) -Speatera-and canvassers of the Op- position candidate in Weiaskiwin are aaJd to be representing to the farm- ers of the districtcthat the new-Wild Lands "is ..imposed upon farms: could not more grossly distort the facts. The Act was designed for-: the specific purpose of getting at taosB'trho, are not farmers, but, who hold farm land cut of cultivation! a riea in prices. The list'j of exemptions -puts the matter clear- You have done nobly, but at a great price. The names of -Bishop Thonrioe of Al- The Colonel then went to the mace Isoma, Canon Tucker of London, Can- where his bov was stationed, He j Gould of Toronto and Dean Vy'il- iviis met by the commanding General, The1 above shows tho represeDtaUyes-ot the different departments in-the british -War-Office! which -is :at' present -very Imsy, 'oivi crensed army accessarj- for the present war. ._.; HOUR rand Duke Nicholas, commander-In- chicf of the Russian forces, who has cleared Poland, of. Germans with" sur- prising, swift-ness. GANGRENE MICROBE FOUND liams are mentioned in connection with the appointment.' The manager of a Winnipeg loan company stated today that, while the farmers" of Manitoba were keeping service. Two Doctors With American Ambu- lance Corps Discover It Paris, Nov. microbe causing gangrene to develop in bullet and shrapnel, "wounds, has been discovered by Dr. James Scarlett and. Georges Desjardins of the -American ambu- minutes before the messase arrived and asked if the Kaiser's command had been received said the General, "I receiv- ed the command, but before I could _____- transmit the order the hoy. received both principal and interest Previously, initial cultures all were another command. He was killed ten the reverse was true'with regard to I impure, leadino- to the be'iief of "ri ,_-e_-_ lt.------------- -i.u.. ._ disease was.-qaused not by a. .single germ, hut-by n. con; bmaUon of germs. After much _ and on horses, and guinea-pigs, ;u single bac terla lias been Discovered and isolat- ed and' the now. being lire- pared by Dr. Henri Weisberg. of the Pasteur Institute. The discovery is expected in medi- cal circles to import ance. The scrum is bei.ig- injected I tlie cities of the province, and he es- ______ ._m timates that'90 per cent, of the pay j incuts of; the loans were being de- STUFF'S OFF: NO USE TRYING j ferred, borrowers taking advantage TO FOOL THE WIFE- ANY MORE i of the provincial moratorium. All She's Got To Do Is; Feel Your Pulse.and She Can Nail a Lie Every Time New -York, N.Y., Nov: wife can tell 'when 'you're lying by tenderly pressing your a deft finger on the wrist. This-discovery was to New York today, by-.Dr. Louisa Burns of the Still Research in her lecture before the New York Osteopathic society, at the Park av enue hotel 'The pulse re_cords the..vagaries 1i Land under homeiteod eatrj is L mendacious mind is not affected by the tax. Neither is land, bald under a grazing lease from the 'Dominion government; AH en- closed laud used for the pasturing of stoct .is exempt. So. is "land owned by a bona fide .farmer who-is. actually residing on some portion ot same; provided that the exemption under this clause shall not eiceed 640" acres In the aggregate; such exemp- tion, however, may cover parcels oE land which are not' contiguous, but which are situated -within a radius. bt nine'miles from the home oi: the i Cressman farm in 'Ferguson a she said. ''A man may learn to lie with a straight face, hut to 'be born can lie with a steady blood pres sure. Dr. Burns didn't'say anything'about feminine The. that they :could: do BUCK" VICTOR ;OVER' BULL A Lewiston (Pal dispatch fo the Philadelphia says: Men haaking corn on the W 1 valley owner The tax does not afreU the t were witnesses of a "battle be tween a1 young foal! ui the pasture and land oC any owner, whether farmer or not, "where "each' section or- portion- ttereof has fcad one-fourth of it? area -under cultivation or crop during the year; provided that' where the' owner frag' "several oortions of land within radius of nine miles and in the Eame'aEsessment trict" the area- under cultivation -or crop may be on any portion. These quotations the act male plain beyond am misunder standing that the bona fide farmer is lot 'taxed even., in 'respect of 640 acres of wild land owned by him within nine miles of his home; and hat even the speculator is not taxed f he has one-quarter of rls land un der cultivation or'has" it enclosed and used for pasturage p trpose.. In faco if -these plainly worded exemptions ny allegation that the farmer is tax- able under the act is a deliberate iab icatipn. If anyone -is trying to palm iff that story Izrthe'Wetaskrwin rid- ng. or elsewhere, 'he is presuming i ipon the supposed ignorance of his bearers. -buck deer that had strayed.' from the nearby'mountains The bull, as a natural protector of the herd, was nothing- loth-to accept the newcomer's, challenge, but.i- was soon put to.-rout: .by his more agile enemy, and in going to the barnyard leaped two fences-that: had heretofore been barriers to all progress.. He .was bleeding freely at nose and ears-from the clash. The., deer remained 'With tno herd until frightened away bj men .clapping their- hands GOOSE-STEP IN. THE BRINY (Fiji corespondent Chron- icle) An amusing incident occurred here the other, day. A company of. Fijiaiis were drilling wilh the..volunteers near .the harbor. An officer commanding an order to but' tha Fijian sergeant bad that his men were at the waters eugc, iiid there fore could not The officer either did 'hot hear or did not understand, an'd' again order ed them to "extend." Then the Fiji- ans jumped all in a body into.the sea with their rifles on th'eir bacS.3 and other- gear. The sergeant, Joni JdadraweiTvi, was. swimming about-with a-'sword in his teeth, and the "whole-_ lot. .continued until tne oTicer discovered his mistake and ordered them to..come ashore. i into paiiuiii early stages of amputations losa of life. :iii buiiiefield in the infection, obviatini, and MICHIGAN MAN WITH GENERAL .FRENCH George Gordon Moore.Qf-Detroit is reported to be serving as -voluntary aide on the staff of General French, in the, British army. General French's ;war.'horse, the American trotler. Lou- -yain was bred by iMr. Moore. who named the fast two-year-old cblt Gen- eral French, in honor of the British -'cavalry leader. is going to sell all his trotters In train- ing an'd discontinue his campaigning1 stable: MOKNING COAT, SILK BRAIDED EDGES The highest class tailoring art and skill are re quired to make this garment correctly, 'ibis is wlicrc superiority is very noticeable as it shows good work to advantage. L. LETHBfclDGE e ALBERTA lian cavalry are within a day's of the big industrial centres of in We'stphalia. Pity they weren't within that distance of Eases, and that it was not the -ft hole Hus horde. PORT AND: STARBOARD (Boston Gloibe) The Joke is on those marine humor- ists who once laughed long'and up- death of Lord Roberts has caued. profound Empire, and ttitre than in regret throughout perhaps Canada. nowhere IrtOps foufht side .by'side with the British for the first time in South under that Sir Beo. wired congratula tiona to Australia upon the spleiidfd roario.Jaly at Hon.-; the out terms and substituting "right. No landlubber, we now le responsible for the ciiange. H Tftafa f-uggeited to me the secretary ot the navy Josepiiua1 Daniels rda port and I list ot ith twinkle iu his eye. "by Admiral Dew- ey and the inemborE of the general board approved it. The innovation originated in the minds of the old sea dog! Tradition and wbp.tnot may ''have' been ignored when the "left" and 'right" order was issued from imjtnn the has i since grown in. favor steadily among men of the fleets and a majoriu of them no longer regret port and starboard obsolete in their dicli A JEER AT OUR 'ARMY- Hcrr 13 that you cousin have been mailed Thought I had b-en stunn by a wasp >1ts.f isinum _. f-___ J arj For Mile by all good dealers. D. O. KobiSn, Toronto, SoSe In Canada- ;