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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD letbbrfoge Iseralfc letbbrlboe, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY tUISCRIPTION RATM BtllJ, Mlvered. iw year..... Mir. br mill, fn br nail, 14.00 3.00 1.00 Family Cough Remedy, Homc-Made Bv making this old-time cough Bvrup at home you not-only MVC abouVsi, us COlH'turof! ii-iHi Hi.i Y__i PICKED; UP IN i >OK THE; .MAN Master. of Berlin. put., lected to the--NoYtii Dakota 1' J', K has bee Stale 1261 TELEPHONES tfallQvifl Office Offloe.............. 1 W. A.. Buelianan John Uiaaglag Director Buelnese Manager THE PRESENT P08ITION With the screen drawn over the op- erations in Belgium all ve can gather is innl the Veer canul still divides the contending forces, the German? being driven from all the positions they held on (tie left hank. News from the eastern tlie campaign is more the operations ot ihe Russians uuv unit Rini: Himut 5-_, (is iiiparnl with the ready-mailc kind, hut el jvii will nlso have a much more prompt LoguUMlirc. nnd positive, rnnnlrv in cvcrv way Jt i'7 'V overcomes the and I iomc or fron j cheat cold? in even and district have beei wlioopms is excel-1 made for the adoption of destitute lent, too, for urciirhilis. bronchial asth- lionrec-niss ami spasmodic croup. ma, I Ge v "unws of ittlc with miy r.uj: store o mcx fonts pour i lOouncc liottlf and till the but children. Wm. Draper. ivas sentenced Brantford to ton years, with.30 lashes Tor n hrutivl -Indecent assault. He You "can feel tliis.tato hohl of pleaded drunkenuess. A nicrcl-.sat ofiQsler. Is sums ugh n Mounonlte bishop for loss of busl- I Cli ani1 him. membranes. It :ilso has a remarkable I The suggestion that Cap! .Meuller "I th? Insistent loose I of thc Enid oh be Blven a clvlr recep- ih lie iKI Tflval Aim- The I'llei-tof pineou thiMiicmlirnncs arousl'll an Indignant storm of entering Here a replica of what took place in the curly part of the western cam- paign Is now g-oJnp on. Advancing then almost lo ihe gales of Parla the enemy was dnren 'hack across ihe A lens, and. later on, its right into Belgian territory. On the east the like advance to "Warsaw IB followed by t retreat across the Vistula. As in the in the east ihe cat- f tie line extends for hundreds of miles. At ihii stage. Jn order to follow fur- ther developments, it would he welltc laufie near as possible, from lo naliuea mentioned, the position of tbe Russian forces now alonp; and into Germany's eastern frontier. Starting at a point, in n straight. Hue east from Konigsberp. the Russian Hue commences from Stalluponen, In m in- -ju i in- mem urines 13 t------- hy almost even- one. is ni protest. >______ i valuable concvutrntcd compound of! jj -C0i n j( detailed, and j ailtl are! Cements. llicre are nm ed at ._ with the first will- go on the sec- i.imco I rii'iL-'t "unmt'ps imitations Olld tin- 2lst Bftllalion p.n mterwtlne phase. Of mixture. To nvoid dis-lat Kingston. O lls inous mixure. o nvoid dis- appointment, ask your for ounces of and do not accent ......j else, A jniarantro ronto, Out. The "lln Co., 'To- Florida Times-Union, cotumeotinp on Berastorff's recent oirrbursi reganline the Munroe Doctrine. If a fellow were to stan out to patch seat of war he would need to ido some tall travelling. I Uncle Samuel seems to be subject jtoTMurriDg rrights since the Turk Joined the Kaiser's classes. East Pmssia, going southwest, Jng through ibe of Lvck and Jphanniiberg. lately taken, both close I -together, due- east of All ens tern which lies .south ot to Soldau. Here the line leaves German territory The rLinor tbat Austria and Ger- rniny are quarrelling between theni- selves Under the circum- stances we can hardly blame them. Only five weeks till CliriELmas! Is ii neoessary to.start a do-yoiir-Christ- conUnuing southwesi, and eniering ii Bgain at Pieschen southeast of Poseu and forming an angle with a line ex- landliig southeasterly towards Tar- now east of Cracow. CANADA'HAS THEM Major General Hughes lold the people of Xew York that. Canada could, if it had to, send half a million -efficient, men to assist the Empire in the European struggle, he was laugh- ed at. Jfet if the cold figures of the census are to be taken as evidence lie was not at all outside the mark. Eighteen and forty-four are generally campaign this year? Thi? body of John Tindall. aged 1 of Dray ton. wag found nt the bottoi of a ravine at Elora. HP evident! stumbled over ihe brluk.whcn lie los Ms way. i-Mrs. L. Hayes, wife of the ucwl appointed JiidgetonVeliiriBton count) and formerly of I'eterbom, ilied a Macrtonnell, M.P., Toronto. I A miiitlQ ai Ottawa an Uoimces that the eight company in tuntry regiment recently authorized for British Colunihia will be .'knows HE the 107th East liootemty regiment The Indiaus of .iJie Eaoi-ti band, ihe Edmonton Indian Agency, Imvo retiuesttKl ILat lUp: uepartmen'c of In dian aftalrs .funds to Oitawa a sufficient amount of to purchase 1'oO.aacbs of flour for Uiu Belgian relief fund.-. According lo'o. Detroit vjo- !Jn belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur -ox. of Onl..' Is "worth not leas than i en thousand dollars. ".The. in- strument, an -bears.the date 1721, and is have been the work, of Joseph Venarl. a famous pu- pil of the great and to have been designed "after, tile Strad- ivarius model. Tiic- "CplunHjia State suggests., that cjt'hspIrairwSci The British JVa'r-.Office H. _Lumb, of Brockville. Ont, to. rt far duty-IFF the.enrl'est date-to. onicer comnianding the Eighth professors., she merely catttfifor Regiment at-' braiasuirm. Colchester, iWsf 'iiaJor'Uinb J jwho is a well1 -Kn6wn'''Tomnierciai respfand nnnnce th Mm x That .Audacious story looks like a call. who will aeeom rather, audacious fake. Probably Ber- lin's' press correspondent is getting jealous. puny engage Jpoked upon 3.5 beijig the two limits for military service and of men be- tween these, two ages Canada possess- seventeen hundred thousand. In. the census of 1911 Uie count of males o[ fighting age is given as lows: .18. yean old 'IS yeirs old !j) to'24 years'-'.'. Sa.to 29 years 30 to 34 years 35 to 39 years tit to 41 years fol- The Literary Digest, after careful canvass of ibe editors of .njericaa papers, flads tliat the' 57 replies, 105' edito'rs report that) they favor the -Allies, 20 favor _ Uie Germans and 2-12 are neutral." tlie Kaiser may take what comfort he likes out oi that, but he is classed as 'owing Iciicr from Warner, whicli 3. u 10 1 shot. a-farmer's- views on' Lhe nj_ tracior and other -power It 'is especially the comment.regarding mooev inrest- BRITISHERS BLOW UP PAIR i cil Tn broatl mares ami other young' OF GERMAN SUBMARINES stock as against investments -in powt machiherr: The Herald- receipt of the iol- IfUVlnir Frj-ini ___i 73.610 570.4SJ Tslli Ho 310.339 257.E75 :u, w Sea. Bed Was Dragged With Contact Bomb, to WrecK One Raider THE WETASKIWIN RESULT It would have paid our Conservative friends., to have adhered to tie truce nappoied to exist between the parties at the. present time. .Had. they ;done 10, they would not hare had tb suffer the overwhelming defeat of their can- the bye-election in win. The present ii not the .time .to It, ii import- ia be .united. ind the reply to the "freUikiwin elect- an Is proof that tbe people there had no sympathy witb the effort to arouie parh- passions. Only a 'little over a rear ago Wetasklirin.' had declared arouse party feelings. ant that the iBy. Cable to The Chicago Tribune) London, Nov. The Standard nuDUshes an Interesting report. which tbe press bureau permits, that two enemy submarines recently h'ave been. lost. There, has .been cial announcement of either. The Standard report .adds that there is believe two submar- Which have been- raiding in the according, to. info'rmatlpn'. from Credible" iavati beeu carrying :out seneS- 'of sa.nces in. ot a.patfolling cMlser has r Nov. 16, 1911 Editor tlic Kerala, ;i Dear -iully appreciate your editorial of a (lav or so ago regard- ing- the engine I- coulii give very clear..eyidencc (rpm.-actual cxpprience, .t-tiat-liorEe, power is much cheaper, belter in'd 'sa'ref JHan gas engine power. I think of the men vrlio'havB-notJieef drawn into this-'imiichine some .-but Jrill tin repbrr-'i'times but-61 .connaU; ed this German, craft to I torpedo it I see niorc-oi kind Naval men belieyed the -ressel was j saving po.wer by remaining on the sea bed for lengthy .Vessels.went totf -ould-be, glad to itself friendly lo tlie SIJton admlnls t Lration. The Liberal member, elected in.1913 died, and It would nave been j i decent thing for ihe Conservatives lo have allowed his seat to fee filled .by..another Liberal, especially, on ac- :ount the conditions brought about ay the This they did Dot ,i0p ahd candidate loses liis deposit as a result of tlie contest. Practically ev- 3ry Conservative member in the iRgls- eicept the member for Leth- Ifidge City, participated in tlie con- gest, and the defeat is a blow to the From parly Vours very truly, .dragged at a depth' that a submarine if. lying there. After erftl 'times over the are'a there was a heavy explosion, followed shortly by large qunntities of .oil .riBine lo the' surface. Those 'who took part In the operar' lion h'ave no'doubt 'tnat one of the enemy's submarines 'was blown'up. The second, case concerned a Ger- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19; j Cake Quests all alike enjoy its purity .anil its rich, healthful flavor. 9 results---its 'Mix'ine-quarter cup of FRY'S'CHOCOLATE cpps adding of cream'6i-Jof'boiffiig water: "7 Of (course, remewiber, 'nothing J. S. FRY SONS, Limited ,v s Truro. MwifaiJ. Toronto. Edmontw, VanciuvW Vicioria. _ii. 'I- Fernie, ball given by Ihe Fernie Boy Scouts last night in Victoria-hall 11 great both from a lii and social view point. H a mm jlacleod, N-or.. A painful irii- in the town this when it became known that ;Sfrs. Millie.' Wood, the wile of Harry inlivilies of the party leaders, ill tint can be learned, the eaders were responsible for the con- :cst Ulting place. Had the Welaskl- Consen-atives obeyed their own mpulses they would have allowed the '-Ibenl candidate to be elected by ac- llamatlon. man submarine that had been particu- larly'troublesome to, ships of. the Dov- er flotl'ria in trie-bombardment orthe Helglan coast. Seamen Etate tbat tt was trapped-intOiueHering itself safe an attack..andf. th'en '.was''fleavily shclled and-sunk.' Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps Crmcow, then Breilan. has Calais special ftn uni.oidably delayed.'1 Wlio was It laid In his haste llrnl ill jatt art Berlin press bureau cor- wpondents? j ._______' hi i right lo land troops on the moon, says' the PRICE-RAISERS IN CANADA TQ BE INDICTED Hon. T. W. Crotheri Announces' Gov- ernment's Intention to Proucuti Ottawa, Nov.' Hon. T. W. Croth-- ers announced that the gov- ernment proposes to make It an Indict- ulie offence; punishment by fine or Imprisonment any 'dealer lo enhance-: of- staple1- commodltleE.-; Were taken spe- cial session of parliament, and all that Is necessary ia lo pass an ordcr- in-cpuncll. It is recognized to he dlfrii-.ilt matter (J? dellne just what is a reasonable commodities 'antV'aome'tlme ago the most iieaithfiil spiritot- tainable, end the -very 'best Btimulant -for general As i pictime-dp tonic a tivo opportnne, titrcuina: most beneficial efliot.-njion kidneTS and other organs. s antm ago eir was a this be the sub: IBI-I of Imiuiry 'b'y -boards of Jiidges.'.V The pro.secii lions in vsaiiif for rriminal bffen'cei. tu the .Canadian' 1'attiotic Fund and home charities. Tlies: boys, over sixty in 'number.' under thc. supervision of Scout Mas- ter Hooper, have developed into "i well-trained, good-looking corps; fit for many things thai may conic thoir way in thc line of duty.. During the intermission last night' Ihe hois made a parade' in their. natty new. uniforms which brought out, more applause. The most welcome sight of -a'" full-' trainload'of cars with' coil pulling out over the river bridge to- ilay greeted, the sight as a Great Northern Irain, ol hall a hundred ears rolled out for Ilia south; Fcrnie died, in the Madend .General dospilalp.Jiis'morning after a short Thc deceased lady; who was only 26 years of age, came to this coun- May of last yoar from Hollon, nd, was married to Mr. Uljid in Ma'cleod. Jloth Mz. and Mrs. Wood were.most, widely and popularly .known in the town, greatest sympathy is tit Hne hereavcii 'husband in the terrjble Joss he has sustained. CANij.b'lANS TO EGYPT ..Otta'iva. Ont., Kov.: from the Office, where" he had been leaving WHOLESALE SALARY CUT mcouvcr Off !Nov. wholesale cut. 'was .made tonight by. the city council ill'- nil'1 of the mayor wasrcut fronr year to anfl Uie nldermeS. from 1100 a. month to ?8Q. This IE Si; accordance with the to'.lowinE scale'which .was drawii up: .AH mou.... (200. to SB9 20 per ce be cu to command.' a Hos- AC'-T. AH. In .r.eceip.t. pf aalarieS of.J30Q.per Jiith, a reduction (of '.10 per cent; DO. to SB9II, as per (ientgflOO to 1199, per ce_nt: .S7B to JOO. "in per cent; "low 17o'tnontlily, 10 jfiircent. T which menus or 12, er. per. month. Js'to'be -r. measure and 'will .be further., notice1. 1 This as a war effective until Kansas will contribute bur rels o( flour, for- Belgian t "NORMAN" NEWEST (f AN BANK ha., her but a S'13' Ad'T sufficient for itnral :8tlilllnglon ot Ottawa says that the Victoria, to jiuns 01 Victoria, ia in" to.wn visiting nld friends and neighbors. MAION AND GRACE IIG68 PLEAD HOT GUILTY Nov. Mason and Gract lleggll were ar- ralgnedj.ln'.lhti Aasixe. Court thla.' (tie 'mur- McColm, a AVInnlpej man, whoie bodr found bolide a road recently. -.TJiuy plcnd- ed ern'nnnoiinced tint tHo.t'rlitl would not llknlj- be icnched unlfi tho middle .of. next Egypt. The letter states that Col. -John Col. "TlarrJ "iilc- Lcpil, Si. P.; and Cr.1. Victor Williams have been called to the War Office for coniultntlon. The letter con- ministry, the military experts, aA'd, far 1 could judge at.'cliiha ifnd of the headquartefs, art; well plensW with the way things 'are (jilng. quite :a'iin- Kiijne as tu tho outcom I got a glimpse of the Inside plans, ami you can assure our friends at Ottawa that Sfrcally huge army Is being rounded ...i. Ihe final JOHN i- RESERVE FUIIO, BY of iSfc Canadian rknk and will- recelvfe the .of Comrff erey-ma, an wi- recelv to all other o V f" f M may be deopslted or withdrawn in thU way as personal visit to the Bank. wsi fc Tr ;