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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE :DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 19H Blterta .DAILY ANC WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, per year..... Utily, by mall per yenr...... by mail, per year.... 54.0: 3.01' l.Oc TELEPHONES Business Office 125 Editorial Offlca 122 W. A. Buchanan -rchn Torranco Managing Director Business Maaage 7HE SITUATION AS IT APPEARS "Whether 110 news is good news bad news as it concerns the liattk area is n matter which, however Individual views it, is apt to .wrong. The comparative silence from the scene of the contest ill Belgium, therefore, can only bear the rational osalanation that with the severe and inundations active opera- tions, have become practically impos- sible, and the contending forces are, more or less, at a standstill. Along the whole line of battle from Switzerland tc the coast there is an abeyance of violently offensive tac- tics. 'The hosts are evidently watch- Ing' each other and waiting for favor able openings. Considering1 the cali fare'of the forces opposing each other opportunities for advantage cannot bo erpcctetl to occur frequently. 'In the eastern the Rus- sian advance guard has. been driven back. This evidently applies to the cavalry outposts which were ?.t Pies- chen, southeast of Pcscn. Fighting, however, oC a severe nature, with no definite results, ia going oa at Plock on the Vistula, at Lodz, and Czcn- stochowa, all In Poland. Taking a point GO miles due west of Yvarssw and drawing a perpendicular en the map thess places wiii be found to be on it, one below the other in the order named. From this it appears that the Russians have fallen back to a posi- tion, possibly more advantageous, with tbe Intention of consolidating their advance. The Comfort Baby's Morning Dip vl says the Comfort Baby's Grand- mother, "what we'd do without this Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. "if I'd only had one when you were a tebyj you'd have been saved many a cold and croapy For warming cold corners and isolated upstairs rooms, and for countless special occasions when extra heat is wanted, j-ou need the Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is light, portable, inexpensive to and to use, easy to clean and to re- wick. 'No kindling; no ashes. Smokeless snd odorless. At all hardware and general stores.- Look for Triangle trademark. ia Canada ROYALlTr. OIL is for all u.es THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited tUIttrr. Ittttu. Maitrul. jQwfet, Haihz, eaenr. Olbvt. PICKED UP IN ASS1NG THE... MAN" that his efforts in these directions hava boras fruit already. ilr. Grant -iiall, who it is intimated will succeed Bury, is a thorough railroad can, aud IILS heen long en- ough .in the. west to possess a com- plete acquaintance with its needs and the service tho .railroad should SMASHED UP DINING.'ROOM OCCUPIED. BY HUN OFFICERS The following incident of the bat- tle along the 'Belgian' Band-dunes 13 told by Harold Ashton la" the London Daily News and Leadtr: "On Friday, at noon, a British de- supply, and feel that if ho is nam- ed thD v> extern he [tin ill lie a capable1 successor, to tho men riP vrho have so well filled the position ia jjj recent vears with the usual sublime dash The-Dominion'Bauk IIRK moved in- to itn now skyscraper building'In -To- route. j Among Uio British killed tn France lliia week is Henry Wish other part pf the -couatrv .When Sir William Whits was vice-i president for the west we looked upon him aa a leader in every for the advancement of this section of Canada, and we felt that when he retired it would be almost impossible to him, as he was a recog nised friend of every western cause Now1 his jsuocesBor, Mr. George Bury, promoted to a position that v> ill take him to the headquarters ot the company at a similar exists with us' over his i M euated when Sir Willis retired. Bury, it fe needless to ear, j'of the capable rail read men That fact is established 'fcy'lfii promotion'to a position as Si: right hand MM." Aa ft cltlien of the-west he high He tosle an intfrwt in movement for Oie; vi loings, and more wpacUily the fm- fvottment ol tgrlevltunl terian minister in Winnipeg Just when we start aa irrigation moTcment the moisture comes in greater quantities than usual. Keep talking irrigation It pajs They- Laurier was serenty-three old It snould reajl turee years Tie Is -certainly the youngest old man in the country came right into i C M K of Toronto haroor and shoned up impcrtm Jonathan Hodgson, head of Hodg in fhe smooth water facing the son. Sumner and Co.. Umited. and a director of the Montreal Cotton com- pany; the Paton Woollen Hills; th_e Royal Victoria Life Insurance com- pany; th's -Allience Insurance com- pany, and vice-president of the .Mer- chants' Bank, is-dead at Jlo'ntreal. As the result of the reiuest made by the German and-Austrian .govern- ments to the United States, Chandler Hale, who has just returned Vienna and -will visit, every concentration the British Isles and report on the treatment-, ac- corded German and Austrian prison- ers of war Rev. air. Travers, roctor- of fashion- able Trinity Episcopal? church, Pitts- burg, haa establishes of rest, lunch ani] dining; rooms-, for the usti of wyrking girls. ,-HIs action Kas created considerable of a sensation among :he of his .congregation 'ahc .n church circles generally. "The rec- ;or told the" girls to .Vdance :away, any steps you please ega, and smashed up the where three German officers had sat to lunch! Thar, famous din- ing-room is now a hopeless wreck of smashed mirrors, chandeliers, and Louis .Qnato'-'e rurclture The three officers were removed, VHh' the of .the was'smothered with their blood.' The American -Federation of will meet in San Francisco nest jear Here is on" orthographical phenom-r Don we recommend to the ser- ious attention of Kaiser Bill. Jt .may serve -to dispel any lingering doubts he may cherish in his manly bussom about the realty of the alliance t-wcen France and Jolm -Bull. The two great leaders of the allied field forces arc French and ..J pure: JOF-I FRE..... FRE-J-NCH If Kaiser Bill can't see.his finish in that combination "lie has yet to .hear of winning two ways. The Jof-, ire et French duo should .get him coming .The Kaiser's forces have; been. em- ploying white goats to get.the range batteries. But the allies grabbed his goats' and now Bill: is anxious .for the safety of iis; angora. Coalhurst farmers boast ast 'of Trego1 A Valuable Feature of a Joint Account opened with the Union Bank of Canada in the names of two Is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be most needed The survivor can withdraw the money without or formality Think it open a Joint Account. r OF CANADA GRASSY. LAKE -BRANCH "UETHBRiDGE BRANCH .B. KING, Manage; G R TINNING, Wanage'r I Canada is proud of Laimer. Lots it people bim politically lUt'they'recogjiiBe him as one of the greatest Canadians and. worthy of igh regard. A' Toronto .Tory paper, the- Tele- Sam Hughes Uould resign as Minister of Militia, Ha ha, even party friends are be- raning to wiiisper so that the whole Dominion can hear Something may all, these daysHhat will-startle..the country. He tuw tocr. a of Objection is made to the aucbint- ment of Col. Sisgons to command this AiTperta because- lie- ia by the district of- ficer commanding While Col. Sis- sons would mako an idea! officer for tho command, ae all should recognise the importance of the selectlcna being made by the man al the head ot militm affairs m the Inter- Terence frojn othpr Quirtcri shoulil not tolerated Tho last place for differences, political or personal. to makiag up tne ofuccra to coBunand e'ur men at tho front. We ift'liare conffdonce jn the judgment f Col Cnjikin'ijnka, the district of- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Sia-EDJIUND BCR LAJ.UD. Gccenl f ianas-r JOHN' A7RD. Au't GenmJ V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Western RESERVE FUfi, FARMERS' BUSINESS Tha Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to every facility for the transaction of then banking business, 'including the discount and collection of sales notes. are supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge, Branch R, T. Blank sales nctet THEROYALBANKOFCANADA IMCORPOIMTCO Capital Paid Up Roeerve Funds SAVINGS DEPARTMENT )i with OB initial deposit of One Dollar. Intercit a crcd.tnl half ACCOiJPiYS A" In the aame4 of two i inettibert of a family will ke fooad convenient Either pchon (or the turviror) may operate the account, UETHBRJDGE J. M. AITKEN, having taken i the 'go' oiit of j-esterday. Which rather left that gentleman up a tree. DANGER OP, The mayor .of Bangtir, Me., was hit h} a rolling; beer keg as he walked past a local druggerv. Which is one of the risks of living in a prohibition state And the Czar said, "Let there be no And there was no boozo. And the way those bpozeless. Rus- sians are fighting convinces this that they are .doing a hurry-up: on the Kaiser ii they can'break the drouth. And the prophet said-in. his haste, "All men are Uie members of Herr Wolff's press bureau." :-The col. heard one, local merchant say the other day that he had done more business in Oct. 1914, than in j Oct. 1913.- We know, many. of Uis felrl low townsmen who "will rise up an'd say said merchant is- a of Wolff's Bureau. 13ut we prefer to-be- lieve the merchant and .commend.: ,'to the prayeriul attention of the skep- tics the following IT ISN'T, YOUR YOU Ii you want to live-in the kind of a town Like the kind of a.town you like, You needn't slip your clotfies m a grip :And start on a long, long hike. o.'l! only find .what you left behind, there's nothing that's really new, It'sba knock at .yourself when you knock your town, It isn't your yon. -Real towns are not made by men afraid Lest somebody, else gets ahead, When everyone works and nobody shirks You can raise a town from the dead. And if while you make your personal stake Your neighbor can make' one, too Your town will be what you want to It isn't vour town it's YOU Mont, Promoter It struck zero in Calgary the other day and H J. Frizzly immediately -announced his intention of running for alderman Most aldermen, alter they've been at it lor a year, pronounce it TRAGEDIES OF THE. FLIGHT Why make a will! How to make a will! When to make a will! Who shall be appointed executor! Seme good reasons for appointing this Com piny Executor: t. -VnVmake (It our business. 2. The Company will not die. 3 You would not insure .your life with an individual; .-Why, trjen, leave your Estate In charge of an individual-Executor? British Canadian Trust Company GEO. W. Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, I We are specially organized and-equipped for the Administration of Estates and carrying out of trusts ,of every description_____ The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Public Administrator and Official Asilgnes for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY .220 Eighth Avenue Weit, Calgary; Lethbrlrfja office pank of Commerce Bldg, J. W. McNIcel Inspector Baby Falls From Mother's Into the (Glasgow Record) tragic iflffalr. occurred on the OS-' end fiibihg smack 201 during, Us voy- age across the channel, -crowded wlth; efugecs Whilst a woman nas suf- ering from sea-slckncsa her baby fell from her arm economical In low in price Don't fail to see It. On the a bahy thir- four fichuii ______ _____ _______ :plil; that; had had its toot Jorlty 6f the I tor conditio people OB I tor OF traaeb The great refBsWiJWro (i Vstarv n, laving ..kjid i ;