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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta i 1ETHBRIBGE DAIL'Y HERALD 23; fcetbbttfcje Derate alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: Otllr. delivered, per-year..... M.OO Dally, by mail, per year...... 3.00 Weekly, by mail, per year..... 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Office J Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager King and Country Need You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The diplomatic situation with re- spect to Greece is developing fast, While tentative assurances of good faith have been given Lord Kitchener by King. Conslautine, Britain is tak ing no chances, and has already es- tablished a blockade of Greece, which will be in the nature oE a means to force compliance with the demand that the. Greeks either enter the war with the AHies or demobolize. Bri- tain and France are both, determined to have some definite decision from Greece before, in the procession of -events, the Allied armies now in the become at the mercy of that country; Kitchener is believed have been very successful In his mis- sion to Greece; nevertheless the block- ade is established as a precautionary measure. In the meantime there is litte change in operations in Serbia, save that the Serbs have been, victorious against the Bulgarians at a point 25 miles south of Nish, after a battle of several days' duration. There is indication that the Allies have under way a big new .offensive movement at the Dardanelles. A Turkish transport was sunk by a mine in the Sea of Marmora, and nearly all of the 500 soldiers were drowsed, A: large fleet of submarines from Britain .has gained access to the Bal- tic Sea.- THE PROPOSED TERMS OF PEACE The recent -article of the -Bt, Hon. .C. F. G.'Mastenuan, a former mem- ber of the Asquith government, on "The Qnly Possible Peace Is taken by some to convey official opinion. in Britain on the terms oi any peace arrangement the Allies would be prepared to accept Mr. Maiterman's terms are that Belgium be restored to complete inde- pendence1; and indemnified by Ger- many the damage and destruc- tion wrought in her territory; that France receive 'Alsace-Lorraine, an. adequate -indemnity, .and. the restora- of the old and natural boundary that Sphelswig he re- turned to Denmark'; that .Pola'nd be re-united under the suzerainty of the "Czar; that .the Turkish Empire be torn asunder, and the major portion allotted io those who would develop the once "tyrant-ridden lands; that Italy: receive an Italia Irredenta; thai Serbia ;.be given Bosnia-Herzegovina ''access to the Adriatic; that the German fleet be surrendered, and the .conquered German colonies be retain- ed by the conquerors. regard to Belgium, as the Sas- katoon Phoenix in commenting upon .the Masterman article says, the terms lire irreducible. Belgium has been deeply wronged, and has suffered be- yond compensation. There can be no discussion of her peace settlement The case of the terms for France is different. The annexation Alsace- Lorraine without the consent of the people would be entirely subversive of the principles for Tshieh the Entente Allies are avowedly fighting. There is no doubt that if a plebiscite of the provinces had been taken before the vote "would have been in fav- or of annexation io France. is not certain now that the vote would go tint way, although it ia certain that if the people had only the alternative oif pennany and France before them, France would be chosen. A third al- ternative; hovrever, is favored by the leaders, of thought in the province, and tljati is Independence under the game jitternatiphal guarantees as Bel- glum and Snnh a settle ment would pave the way for a fed- eral: Ufjlon with. Belgium and Luxem- burg, and, possibly, Uius cre- ating a buffer siate between France ted Germany. The natural boundary of German> is the fthine, and only imperial ambition led Germany to frontiers for her- the as Mr. Master-man nortHe.ii Schleswlg is preponderantly Danish, iu both blood and sentiment, ami Ger- many has succeeded os little in manhslng the Dnnos as she has beou .in Germanizing tiie Alsatians or tho j Poles. The Kiel Canal-Introduces n further difficulty into this question It does not amiear to have been dealt with by Mr. Masterman. but it has been suggested, that the frontiers ot 1 Denmark be extended iu the left bank of the canal, which would itself lie internationalized. That question will undoubtedly form part of the nego- tiations for peace, but however it bt settled, tho northern part of Schleswig from the city of Flenslnirp, should on grounds of nationality be returned to Denmark. The question of Poland may be com- plicated by tho claims of Kussia East Prussia. The annexation of Dantzig and Kunlgsberg by Russia would be a flagrant violation of the principle of nationality laid down by Premier Asfiuith, and would simply create an Alsace-Lorraine in the East It is possible to draw closer racial lines, and avoid H legacy of trouble, for the future. The future of re-united Poland must, however, be left ia the hands of the Polish peo- ple; that is a principle which the En- tente Allies cannot afford to ignore or evade. In the southeast of Europe, it is hopeless to keep strictly to the prin- ciple. Even if Serbia gets Bosnia- Herzegovina, the Serb question, will not be settled. Austria-Hungary is not a nationality; it is an aggregation of nationalities, and it Is impossibly io make boundary lines to coincide with nationalities without a complete jreakup oi. the Austrian Empire, and even then it could not be done with- out creating boundaries of a most ab- surd character.. The most permanent, settlement would be the creation of a new Serb state, achieving unity, of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.. This, however, would conflict, with Italian nterests qo the but it .Italj s willing to compromise there should be little difficulty in thus extending be Serb state.. It is safe to say, how- j ever, that in tbe end the settlement in ioufheastern 1-Iurope will be far from deal; and the height .of .opti- mism to expect even a decent working loiupromise. For Great Britain the central prob- em is that of tlie German fleet. Great "INDELLIBLY Cartoon by- Moyer. "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price II' you stayed indoors all might not need your Kord 'till grass lime. But in the wide "out-of-doors" the Ford serves us well in in June. It's all-ycaivronnd car with a reputation for service and economy that isn't all'ected by Hie seasons. The Runabout is How 5480; the Town Car Ford, Ontario. All cars completely etiuiiMieci, including electric headlights. Equipment docs not K.clude speed- ometer. Get particulars from THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. Si PHONE 633, BICKED UP IN i .ASSINGf FOR THE BtTSY MAN North Baj Presbi terian Britain cannot consent to share her Das gnen a majority oi 253 m of church uniou Hydro-electric power was formally turned on at. Eugenia Falls, to de- velop a supply tor seven counties. laval supremacy with another nation md least'of'all with a nation which las shown such scant regard for the deals of The German Alfred Abbott, o[ the Port Arthui Fire Brigade, was killed- when run over by a truck. of Watford, has advis- ed-.the Minister of Militia that he-is willing to raise a battalion from; Lamb county and go to the front, in command -of it. Former -ecretiry of the School Board at Sault Ste Mane, H. Forde? pleaded guilty to three charg- es of padding pay roljb to pav per- sonal expenses Recruiting sergeants in seated each "of the young men in a i Fernie, Nov. to the fleet must-be surrendered and dis-1 tea" room "nth to Herald) -The meeting held in the posed of as thsrAllies decide. j The Toronto branch of the Alpme-stop fjancing for a moment ami fo Grand Theatre here this afternoon, at The Question of the German colon- dub uuammousU opposed the the call of their countrj Uhieh F Ration, who is travelling me question oi tne uerman coion of ;the name Robson to j _ in the'int. rest oi the- patriotic fund, es furnishes grave difficulties, Cavell. Lieut Donald McCargar, of Belle-1 spoke, uas attended by a verj i, t Vllle> who was badlv' burned at Bar- audieace Ma5'or UphlU Prcsldcd antl Trinity College, Toronto, has 180 nefield Camp Kingston, will have raanv ladies, -were in tbe audience graduates and undergraduates with skm grafted to his arm His >oung Mr Nation dealt cvelusneh uas reported afc "the has oftered to suppiy thft need. the statistical part 'hoeaix thinks. It" they are retained the conquerors, Germany will nurse the injury, as France nursed !iat of Alsace-Lorraine, and it will reed trouble in the. future. MPRISONS BELLBOY, HOLDS UP CLERK, GETS AWAY WITH VALUABLES "poray San Francisco Cal., Nov. an who registered at a Iiotel here ast night as A. Young of Santa Rosa, summoned Roy Wilson, a bell- icy, to his on the fifth' floor arly' today, imprisoned him there, af- er threatening to, tie, him, and held Martin Peters, as er was listening at a telephone to the warning of the bellboy. The robber took from the clerk keys to, safe deposit '.boxes in the hotel safe the annual meeting The Militia Department is now ed cuticle. A bantam regiment is to be raised ginning to receive en, ear the num- ber was substantially increased ow- ing to the extension of the til 'December 15th for settlers; year, howeyer, it is expected This that fully deer, and possibly a much greater number ivili been killed at the conclusion of the- sea- DRINK MORE WATER: IF KIDNEYS BOTHER Eat Less Meat and Take Salts for Backachf or Bladder Trouble Uric acid io meai excites the nej's, they -become overworked; get sluggish, aclie, ami ;feel like -lumpa of lead. The urine Ttecomes-' cloudy the bladder is irritated 'and i'bu ;raay: be obliged to seek relief two or, three times during the night. s the MASON RISCH LIMITED 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE kidneys clog, -you must help them flufah off the body's urinous vvaate or you'll be a real sick personvshortly. At first >ou feel a dull misery in the ikidney region, jou suffer from back- ache, sick headache, dlKziness, sio niach gets sour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic twinges when the weather is bad. Eat leas meat, drink wStGfr also get from any pharmacist foyr ourices of Jad Salts; take a table- spoonful in a glans of water before breakfast for a few days? and your will then act fine. This fam- ous salts is made from the acid !pf grapes and lemon Juice combined iitliia and has frecn used for generations to clean clogged kidneys and'stimulate them to normal activ- ity, also .to neutralize the acids in urine, so it no longer is a source oi: irritation, thus ending Bladder weak- ness Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot In- jure; .makes a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink -which rthouhl take now and to keep >thc kidncye clean and adtlvp.-'.Drug- gists here say they soil lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe in over- coming kidnej trouble while It ?s i ;oniy. trouble. in the trenches. R Wilson follaweil Corp Pmgs- dale with one of his feeling address- es, but he could not e [ual the do quLncc of the plain ho> m uniform his limp !Mr. Wilson" read a statement of the amount: contributed to the patriotic fund b> the sfaff and employFe- of the Crows. Nest Pass Coal company at Michel, Coal Creek :and Fcrnic, -dur- ing the month of which to- talled' a little over Secretary A Cummmgs, 01 the lo- cal committee, made 3 report of col- lections. arid disbursements through hjs committee. up to the first of No- yemberj which shows a total dis biirsement oi and a collec- tion of J6109 16 The district has hut recently been thoroughly organized. Bull, River, JaftrayV Waldo and Gateway, 'as 'well as Coal Creek, and Fernie, have perfected local organizations and the district collections will be great- ly increased for the coming year. The district has been ashed to contribute ?8000 during the rear and there isjio doubt ahoufc tlie assessment being met with the perfected tt orkmg Mr Nation, accompanied by AlavorTjpMH, went to Michel tins evening to meet the local organiza- tion at that place Aside from the contribution of the Coal Co. emplov- ees, the committee expect to add J35QQ to the fund during the month Thfs latter amount will include scv- eul hundred dollars raised by the Hed Gross Society which is acting jointly with tho patriotic committee Interned Laurence Suppy. a German citizen, who has residing for some Urns m Calgary, vbcre he is well known, was mUrned last week, and now in tho internment camp at Morrisscy. Although Slippy had a letter from Colonel CruikshanVs of Calgary', and one from Col McKay of the ]07th regiment here, and aUo hunt- ing licenses from, both the .Allerta and Hritish governments, these documents provpd to jie less as aRainst thc: vigilance .of the provincial police who, under the in- struction of Chief Wclsby of. Forme pprdiemlcil Mr. 3nppv at, or near ewgate, where he had been ing. I j PAINTING WITH .OILS FORBIDDEN IN GERMANY The Hague, Nov. Berlin dis patch says- that, the Bundesrath has passed nlue; important new food ordi- nances The most interesting, empowers the Imperial Chancellor to promulgate regulations for 'the "sale, consumption and-price tea and cocoa, as well obtain -statistics regarding tlie stocks oirliahd In Germany. Also the Chancellor's hnurq prices for vegetables., fruit and sauerkraut may be fixed. The Bundearath has also started aii Investigation into the'rising .price of salt. Another ordinance- absolutely for- bids painting with oil colors. An ordi- nance In O.otober prohibited the use of paints made of white lead.and lin- seed oil. The new ordinance prohibits all animal or ,yege- table' oils RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP You can help the Red Cross society DJ becoming a member The lee is small, only 00 per abnum for actjve members and }1 00 per annum for astociate members Life membership ?2f> 00 Sign tho form below, put the money in an emolope, and mail it, or take it to A. .T. Biackburne, honorary treasurer Hed Cross Society, Acadja Block. The sooner jou do it the sooner the societj will be able to buy more material and do more work foi our soldiers Do it toda; COUPON Pieaae enrol ra> name ab active (or associate) member of the Lethbridge Red Cross Society, for which I epclose my fee ot Yours truly, Name Address Ill Case You Have Not Been Canvassed, Forward This Coupon With Amount Yon Desire to Con- tribute to Treasurer of Canadian Patriotic Fund, Lethbridge. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND On tho dn> of each month for the next twelve months 1 promise Io paj to THE CANADIAN I'AfniOTlC FUND at Tho Dank of Montreal, Lelhbildge, Alberta, the sum of..... Dollars (5........ 1 'Name I'hoiiti Address ;