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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1914 Eilberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATE3 delivered, per year..... by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail., per 54.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES CuElncss Office Editorial OUIco W. A. Buchanan Jinhn Torranco Slacagins Director Business Manag 1W3 1224 ASSINb FOR TIM-: BUSY M. Davidson, editor of tlio Cal- gary Albcrtan, Is a candidate for school trustee lii Calgary. E, K. Plmir, formerly ot conducting u hotel at Fort George. Tho plant or tlio Goose Lake Roller AS THE SITUATION STANDS After the severe hand to fighting which has m tSio :s nt lUirris, Susk., was y destroyed by lira last night. Tiie death of Dr. Rudolph Emmcr- eh. professor cf hygiene and bacter- ologist in the University of Munich, bwbeen announced. He was bora iu (greatest flow of Immigration in I history of Canada would comment hand j The death lies occurred at Salisbury (with the close of the war. This opin t .T. H. director of Expo jiQ'jntal Farms, estimates n llfty cent, greater acreage in Wosto Canada for noxt year's crop. Frederick Stubart, purchasing age of the Imperial government, mija phi oil an order with, a Montreal house fc -00.000 slmv It rushes for tlio 13r tish army. Two officers'who will.have: coi niand of units the second conti jjint were nanifrd this week. Tho nro Surgeon Major K. F. Campbell o Montreal, now In London, who wi command the field ambulance detac! ment, and Captalft G. Scully, wh win command the Held artillcr: Captain Scully js now taking a spec I course at Kingston. Col. A. D. Davidson, land commis siouer of the Canadian Northern.nxi j way, stated in an interview that th Belgium strip in the neigh of Plain of heart failure of Douglas Klrk- patrick, a member of the first Canad- ion he based upon his recout observa tlons in Great Britain where ho wai THE VICTROLA AND THE 5 ui ian continscnt at Vftncou- for many weeks, and upon his know the rivers and Lys the contend-: ver. He was a sou of the late John ledge the effects of other wars on ing forces, apparently oi-.liausted, nre jBenliam of, London, S.W. i migratory movements. contenting themselves with artillery i ,_____________ duels. Xot much more than this is i by the official reports.! The Germans have by no means! abandoned their efforts to gain the! Channel ports, and this foolish ambi-j tion will mean their undoing, Alto-'j gether the news, what little of it; there is, is of a satisfactory descrip- tion. In the eastern theatre of battle the Russians still continue their advance on the whole line, though they met Tvitli a temporary repulse on one por- tion. Tins, however, is not of, a ser- ious description nor sufficient to cheek their pmsress. A fierce battl" appears to he raging in Soldau, just at the joint where the Russian line deflects from German territory into Poland, The result of' this in favor ot the Czar's troops will I be oi' immense consequence in the I invasion that must speedily follow f into tlie rich commercial provinces of f Germany. WELLINGTON'S OPINION OF THE GERMANS Wellington's opinion of the Prus- sians is clearly set forth in a quota- tion from Sir. Herbert .Maxwell's life of the victor.of Waterloo. In ISO? Prussia and Britain were allies and Wellington was a witness of some of the operations. He Urns described the German legion in a letter to his mother: "I can assure ycu that from the general of the Germans, down to the smallest drain boy in the gion tlie earth never groaned with' such a set of murdering, infamous villains. They- murdered, rcb-. bed and ilHreated the peasantry wherever they German leopard never changes its spots. He is the same yesterday, today, .but we hope not, forever. THE EMDEN'S DEEDS Australia's cruiser, the Sydney, did a fine day's work when it put ;the German cruiser Emuen cut of busi- ness. We all knew that the Emdeu had a lot of scalps ia its belt and a menace to trade, but the extant of its captures is not fully realized. The following is a list of her cap- tures and their fate: Sunk in -Bay of Bengal, September 10 to 3393 tons; Lovat, 0102 I tons; Killin, 3544; Diplomat, 7615; 1 (Trabbock, 4014; Kablnga." 4657. Taken and released September l iTatheson, 4775. Sunk, September Lud 3650, Foyle, '4147; Siberia, 4147; Tu mericlc, .3314; Buresk, 4350. Captured and sunk, October Troilus, 7562; Clan Grant, 3048; Ben mohr, 4S06; Chilkana, 5146; Ponrab bel, 473 Captured October 4542: Saint Egbert, 5596. The Emden, thanks to the Sydney do no more damage, and the Em pire ia grateful. like all other young peo- ple, is crazy about dancing that is where the Victor- Vidtrola comes in juslfiiie. "I used to have lovely times at little informal dances at friends whWhave-Vic'trolas, but when it came to inviting them to our I was a liitle bit ashamed to do it. "You see, our music couldn't even be compared yyith theirs, and' besides, some one always had iaj miss dancing in order to play for us, so when father finally got the Viclroia, we were "all de.'ighted. "Now we have the latest dance music, by the very same orchestras that are so popular wMi society. We know it is always just right for dancing, because Mr. and Mrs. Yemen Castle, who are the last word on the clance question, per- sonally superintend the making of every Victor Dance Record. 108th day of the war! We did onr cheering again yester- day. We will soon have the "oppor- tunity ot contributing to the depend- ents of the men who have gone to the front. Let us do it as enthusiasti- cally as -we cheered when the soldier boys departed. Tho Herald congratulates the cadets and their instructor o their splendid showing which result- ed in the IJeuL-Gov. Buljea trophs coming to this city. It is an honor worth striving for, and one -which Carries a special significance at th present moment. Well done, boys! Why should net (amen unite fc> get a fair price for their stock a It's just i flatter or Etralght business. There rtould no reason why farmers jfon'ogH be compelled to take a high "price the time, aad a figure TOCW the cost .of production the rest. ..ei.- tfcis country, '.It 'put wpteniMleJIiMJi the iet- _ fer for nil concerned. ..Is-'ter to get ftir worilf.'irhlle pride all time thun take on belaf tMe'to sell whea the martet it Vidfrola IV With 15 ten-inch, double-sided Victor Records Olhsr Victrolas from !o (on easy payments, if and ten-inch, dcuble-sidcd Vidor.Records al 90c for ihe Uvo seleciions at any "His Master's VoLe" dealer in any [own or city in Canada for free copy of out 350-pasc Musical Encyclopa Jia listing over 5000 Viaor Recorck Ask to Ixar "it's a .Lxirig, Long Way to Tppsraiy" the Bntish Marching Song, sung by Harry Fay, on Victor Record No. 120198. Graoi-o-pfione Co. LIMITED Lenoir Street, Montreal Vicftor in Canada Patronize Home Produdts Mason Risch, Limited 21 WESTERN BRANCHES. W1ears r stafd that in hi opinion lllflrmitv a 3utlT' nobjl -atlon llondav lor H.fe In cases of may re 'oronto garrison tva ndiruloua non ense" and ths vorst raiItfriTij' liat.couid pcss I y have been earned Tie deplored the 'uanicky feeling n Toronto, and Lat us Laop cur i eads level, and ir fiej come let take particular pams tnat not a man oi them crosse the river asaln." Unprecedented Low Price Offer- ings in LADIES' AT THE Royal Store his salary, if he baa served'15 years. It Is the gossip in legal circles and also anjong here who come from'Toronto 'to -the Supreme Court that a number of judges of the On- tario .Sppremg. Bencjt may before Hong avail themselves ot the liberal pro- visions above cited, after long and meritorious service entitling them to rest'and reward. The names mentioned include Sir John Sir Meredith, Sir Glenholme "Palconbridge, Mr Justice Garrow and Mr Justice Lcitch No TforniaK intimations of intended retirement have been received from am of these except Juilee Lcitrh, "wJio on leave liecansa of it ne s CLOSE WEST HAMILTON Conservative Candidate Elected Legislature by 39 Majority Hamilton, bye-election; Ont., -Nov. IS.Mn. the today for We t ton to fill the vacancy in-the. legisla- ture caused by {the "elevation of Hon. J. S-'Hendrle to the office ant-governor, Mayor Allan" (Conserva- tive) defeated Walter S.Rollo.Vcandi- date for the Independent Labor party, b the narrow margin of 39 Tho total vote polled was "less than that recorded at .tno.Iaat elec- IN THE MARKET SQUARE AT FUKNES This little Belgian citv lias been In th6 thick of thtj flcutlhe lor tlie count cities. The picture the cnntM (he town occupied by a convoy of and Beltiano. ;