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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE! K'f H B RIP 6 E DiIL' Y If E R A L D THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915' Rear Admiral Hoggs, U.S.N., re- win, peoji'ifs eugagod In future wars Detail e, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY, SublcriplKm Ratet: delivered, per year..... by mall, per year...... 3.00 "jy mail, per year..... may not safely assmue that obliga- tions ot International rl-aiv will be re- spected. the other hand, Business Office Editorial Office 115- 1234 the Allied peoples lire "dying, by the hundred thousands. that the law of nahnns mnyi Ilvo. Our Stale department should not assume to- wards' the Court of St. James', tlic attitude of a lawyer sacrificing no points lesl he diminish his clients' chances for the ultimate collection of j larae iluiiiayes. By such a course, we -may increase our opportunity for rut- li..0.- McEwass' at WestpuH, was destroyed ..by To- tal, loss is John of Tyen- diiKiga, was killed by falling from his buggy while driving home from Hellevillc at night. Western elevator uieu will subscribe scholarships for 'Saskatchewan and girls to take courses .in agricuU ture at- Provincial university. me profits, bat injure out national j is um- without a 1 doctor. has gone to the Ipffr l.ittfc wopt fnr W. A. Buohanin John Torrance Managing Director Busiuess Manager Your King and Country Need You Rigln ROUND THE CIRCLE WAR "Premier Asquith promises surprises Balkan campaign. In a mes- sage to the Serbian government, he tliem that the campaign will tf'carried through, and that there be some surprising developments On tlie'part of the Allied armies. The advance of: the Teutons and Bulgars in Serbia is stated as being slower than for some time. The fate of: Monastir is still unsettled, and tiiere is a possibility of saving the city. -The best -news of tile day is the statement of Lord Kitchener iroa> Aliens that Britain is to have four million men Jinder. arms in the spring, and, the statement of John Redmond that the Germans are al- ready beaten on the western froni- T6n the Russian front the offensive of the Russians is developing to such an extent in the southeast that alarm is expressed in the Teuton cap- itate Ht is stated from Paris that General Joffre has insisted that Britain with- draw from the Dardanelles campaign, and that the retreat has already be- gun. Japan is ready to send, a big army to Europe if necessary. In the mean- time she is arming the Russian forces. .The New York Sun publishes a let- ter front an even more impatient cor- respondent, who writes: "The soul of our country is dormant, if not lifeless. ers of success, not as a means of life, but as an aim to live for. The bald truth of the mat- ter is tbal we are standing back from Ihe great conflict in Europe, doling out alms and hollow sympathy, .he- cause our success, our commercial prosperity, is more to us than the foundation principle of our nation. our forefathers brought into being with -untold sacrifice: to live and let live. If ive could only become conscious, nationally .conscious. of the meanins of our Declaration of should then .lie mor- (iuelph patriotic. Association has ally strong enough to take a big. man-1 decided to begin a campaign to raise ful-stand for we are born I an additional 575.000 lor patriotic to, regardless of the possibility that it wight pitch us neck and crop into the world arena of war." The Daily News has ii'iways neld that the great majority of Americans sympathize with the Allies, and it is glad to re- cite these fresh evidences ot a signi- ficant -fact. front and Dr. Wade left lust week ior Ulifton'Springs for his health. H is reported that William C. ers is to he appointed collector o! inland revenue tor the port of Otta- wa. Ten carloads oi carroti have been shipped from St. Catharines to Belle- ville to be evaporated and forwarded to the soldiers at the front. Contracts totalling have been let for the erection of a sugar i factory in Chatham on the River road west oi the city limits. j Edward a pioneer flout miller and a business man -well known in Winnipeg and 1'ortage La Prairie, The Peps way of treating coughs, cohls, bronchitis and lunR throat troubles. How? Well, op to now people with these chest mid throat troubles htt'vs swal- lowed ccutfh mixtures; sickly V syrups the HUe, Into their jlomocAl. Sore lungs and throat get no good by dosing the stem- Peps work differently, Peps are made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put Into the mouth turn into'heating vapors. These are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes swallowed down to the stomach, which Is not ailing. Try a box of Peps for your cold, vour cough, bronchitis or asthma. All druggists and stores or Peps Co., Toronto, will supply is dead. RICKED UP IN JSINGCZD FOR THB BUST MA2T OPINION ON NOTE TO BRITAIN Wilson's recent note to Great Britain- J3ghtsj.oLjae.a-. 'tral shipping idid'hot reflect the fed- ins ot the neople m the United States aif did Uie protest to Berlin over the liualtania ootTage. It is clear from __ edliorial obaenations in the press tbal there is not a strong ap- of tbe note As the Boston Neivs Bureau says, few Americans have read more than, the headlines ah'd a few sentences of the Note to Great Britain as nuhlished in the newspapers. Americans scanned ev- ery line of the Notes to Germany. The Note to Britain is even-where regard- ecl as State paper dealing with, a rather dry phase of Interna- tional to to after the war. As regards President Wilson's de- fence of neutral rights, the Boston News Bureau, time for the United States to become the. cham- was Germany invaded Luxemburg and Belgium in violation, of all law and morality. It is Great Britain, in control of the seas that is todav the champion of neutral rights and of national- integ- rity and international morality. The German idea is that the State is un- fcoral, has a national, duty to grab ana to hold, and may do with impunity wliat; individuals might not do. The Prussian idea is that' Hie State stands onh for pnyslcal force and success. and that no international moral law has been established. 'Great Britain and her Allies are es'Iobiishing- an international moral la-pr, they are seeking the peace of the world, and there can be no peace _ national morality and inter- integrity The Bureau concludes: Who are looking for peace and the re- turn o to ante-bellum conditions are toting withQut fuli consideratioa of fte demands of the world's progress. Could a giant hand be laid upon all the belligerent torces of Europe with- a, command the war fires woaid again torth the instant j lifted It is not funda- nientally arms or armies that are now conflict; it is principles of nation- and of human rights. Today the Upiled is not the world's charn- pfon, either of integrity or of neutral riJiUr We lost that opportunity we raffled no yoice in protest ovqr toe forceful invasion of in the New York Post, ft ifcah the eame name the Gorman Governor-General of remonstrates with the injlpn-, AdBijnistration In part, he "Germany atartcd this war by violating tho restrictions placed UVOB lierVy Uie law ot nations and tKVu.w< of'humanity, and has never to override the rights therftb} giiaranteed vhen, by go do- hei hn nedbtc interests Hijonld Germany A'ictoria, B. C. proposed to raise for the Patriotic Fund. Rev. H- Wallace, formerly oi Wesion, has accepted a call to .the Barrio Baptist church. Col. Bart Robson, London, has decided to accept the command of the 135th 3Uddlcsex Battalion: Medicine Hat' city council will pay all tfce debts of the agricultural so- ciety. _. The Roman Catholic church at. Noitb Edmonton was destroyed by fire. Sir Allan W. as an Arctic explorer, died Sunday in London. He was.born in 1830. AM. G arson's suggestion that- f the Hamilton council should this yerir be elected acclamation to save ex- pense is not being endorsed. Jas. Bannan, formerly oi Medicine Hat. and brother of City Solicitor Bannan, oi that city, has.been killed in action in France. j It is possible that W. E. Macara, registrar in the Lands Titles Office, at Winnipeg, way be appointed pub- lic utilitie-5 in .Mani- toba. C. Ua JMart-igny, K. C-., mayor oi St. Jerome, has "been nominated as j the Conservative candidate for the j Tcrrebonne provincial seat, left va- j cant by the death of Jean Provost. A fatal Ore. took 'place in North Edmonlyn. The yictom was the 18 months' old chikl ..of John Fielding, who ia now at rfie -front in France j I with.the -tilth battalion. Three other j children ranging from 1 to 4 years j old. were rescuid just in time so save their lives. j Sirs. C. H. Wegener of Blaine Lake, Sask.. Attempted lo; poison her "ia'm- ily because hsr husband had gone in- sane the youngest died hut the oth- ers refused to eat-the deadly food. Warden Crelghton of Kingston itentiary peculiar request made to him by a Perth young man liler- ated froni prison early in the week. He begged to ne taken back to prison Hie. Fire in the Fortes block ai Tilbury; caused abo.ut loss, the tele-' phone office and library betas suftef-j ._ Edmonton Health Committee do-- i bated lorn; as .to whether local bar-; I bers should be ordered to .use a, j squeeze tube to put vaseline in the. hair. People's Forum CLAIM CITY EMPLOYEE IS PRO-GERMAN Editor IJcthbriilgc Herald Dear desire to eall the at- tention of loyal Hritish subjects to a slate of affairs which exist iu Iho City Electrical Department under the knowledge oi Commissioner Ar- thur Held, 1 would like to explain that 1 am'writing this letter as the only recourse, because, after inter- viewing Commissioner Arthur Held privately, he has absolutely refused to take any action with reference to the employee who is guilty, oi using decided anti-British or pro-German statements, and who frankly admits it. Tile city employee of whom I make mention is Clifford Ascroft, and need- less to say he is very friendly with Commissioner Arthur Ucid, or 1 ven- ture to say that his services would have been dispensed with long or more correctly the space which, lie .occupies would have been dispensed with, because it is no secret that our commissioner bt utilities has quite a time to find ;i job for him, so now this same Clifford Aseroit is our worthy electrical inspector, to in- spect work which is not in existence, and bear in mind that he is the full IS ECONOMICAL it in your own home age 6i 31 years and no more oi 1 have missed my guess, and he is a single man and not a ratepayer, and above all he is anti-lidtish. One oi the statemi'iits which our new and incompetent electrical inspector made to me is us follows "I ilo uov know we would not be just as well off under Cu-nuaii rule as undCL1 lirit- ish rule." prisoners iu the Kingston iWhal is the matter will! cur com- nl HifiriL-' if Tin J Announcement was inaite by the ianitoba department of t-thize with tin: pro-Uerinah sentiments ot this city employee -.Would not any loyal British cm- plover dispense with the services oi ithat F S Jacobs, U.S.A.. has been, any employee cnterlatmnt: such ideas, appointed chief oi the animal -hus-.! however valuable that employee might bandrv department at the Manitoba" 1 he, except the employee held the whip Agricultural Mr. Jaccls i hami over him. In any event, dismissal i leaves the editorship oi Farm and is the least punlsiimenl coming to i Ranch Review at Caleary to accept -such a man. i the vacancy on the college staff. I H Mr. Heid rinds this mans tion indispensable, why docs he not employ a loyal British subject, who is also n uuirdeii man V Thanking you, Mr. Editor, iof vour valued space. EUH'.-VIID UttCKSTKK. JIgr. Star Electric Co. j Poultry Association at Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Xov. uu- nuul nuis.tiiig of the Pincher i Poultry Association hold on Jlonilny evening. UY A. Frasrr was j re-ek-cted iirosi.-lcnt, and U. 0. Alli- stc.-treas. A- ciiminittfe of i Messrs. H. .1. Smith, lusp. JuiiRCt, Uhotles and llev. Wright was then up- pointed. Arrangements have teen nuidc to hold the slunv in the muni- cipal building, '.vhcre tlic-agricuUucal fall fair jvas. held. J. II. W-fstlirook, has hceii secured as judge, arid every- thing augurs well for a splendid show. -The fair will he oh Dee. lOtli and .Uth. Entries will tc received, up to 10 o'clock, and; .ail -hirdti -inust he in placj at eleven'. '0 udgiiig. will he done in the afternoori-'of Ihe lOtli; and the liall will he open to the puhlic from 1 to 3, p.m. ou ll'riiiay and will he open all day Saturday. A lecture'an poultry will he from S to D-oii Friday evening. Prize lists will be distributed. YOU! BILIOUS! LET "BIB" LIN ue DON'T STAY HEADACHY, CONSTI. FATED, SICK, WITH BREATH BAD AND STOMACH SOUR Julm ilullin, oni.' of the jn'umincut men in Cornwall township, residing at Mille Roches, died yesterday. Dot 11 10-cont now. You men and women can't feeling liavn heiidache, coated tongue, Iwil taste Jiuct foul breath, doziness, eun't sleep, are liil- lous, nervous uiid upset, Jjotli'Ercd with a gassy, disordered stom- iich, or have Ji bad cold; Are you Reaping your howols clean with Casi'nretff: merely forcing it passaguwny every raw dayj with suits, cathartic or castor oil? Cuscaret's vork while you Hleey; cleanse the sLomach, remove the sour, undigested, formanlimij. food jind fou! yases; take the CXCCK'S bile from the Hver and carry out or th? .system all the constipated waste mat- ter and poison in the bowels, A Cascaret tonight will straighten you our. by 10-cunt box from any'drus store .will keep yoisr stomach' sweftt, liver and bowels re- gular, and head for months'. Don't forget the children. TUey lovn Gascarets- 'because, they taste never gripe or ment. mtiinbcrs oi the Man- itolia in caucus unani- mously upproved of woman suffrage. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE DOMINION OF CANADA WAR LOAN Eire per cent. Bonds, maturing Nineteen'- price, Xineiy-seven and a half.'; Sfibscriptions will lie received al: any of -the-branches "of the Bank. WAR LOAN :i.: s DOMINION OF CANADA I 1 r- ;J; 1 ISSUE- OF 5% BONDS MATURING 1st DEC., 1925 REPAYABLE AT PAR AT Si S OTTAWA, HALIFAX, ST. JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, g S REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. W: 'INTEREST PAYABLE JUNE, 1st DECEMBER. ISSUE PRICE 97i A FUIiL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st JUNE, 1910. -THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY. In the "event of future issues (other'than issues made abroad) being made by the Government, for the purpose of ing on the war, Bonds of this issue will bs accepted at the issue price, 97i, plus accrued interest, as the equivalent Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymrier, Mgr. L carrying of caslv for the.purpose1-of subscriptions to such issues. Mason Risch Limited V1CTROLA HEADQUARTERS "TO the Sage, "there is'a and a time to every purpose under the heavens; a time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to o'ance." The weeping and mourning material would not care but as to laughing, dancing and merriment in general: Just visit our Victrola Record Department. We will accommodate you! Musical Comedies, Marches, Two-Steps, Bostons, Tan- goes, Waltzes, iiere In abundant selection. We hare Victrolas in all, styles and prices. If you have no Victrola, come to. us and get one. FIVE D O L L A It S C A S H- a Victrola with 12 selections lo your home. Balance.easy terms, MASON RISCH LIMITED WS FIFTH STRKT'SOUTH, THE MINISTER OF .FINANCE offers here- with on behalf of tjie Government the .above named Bonds for subscription at 97i payable as 10 per cent.on application, -7j. 3rd January, 1916, 20 1st February, 1916, 20 1st March, 1916, 20 V" 1st April, 1916, 20 1st May, 1916. The instalments'may be paid in full on and after the 3rd January, 1916, under discount at the rate of four per. cent per annum. All payments are to be made to'a chartered bank for the credit of the Minister of Finance, 'FKilurc to pay any instalment when due will render previous liable to forfeiture and the allatment to Applications, accompanied by deposit of ten per cent of subscribed, must be forwarded medium of a chartered bank. The bank will issue a provisional receipt. This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada and both iprincipal and interest will be a charge upon the .Consolidated Revenue Fund. Forms of application may from any branch of any chartered Canada, and at the office of any Assistant--Receiver General in Canada. Subscriptions must hundreds of dollars. In case .of partjal allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards payment of the amount the January instalnujnt. Scrip certificates payable to bearer will be issued, after allotment, in exchange for the provisional receipts. When certificates have been paid in full and payment endorsed thereon by the receiving the money, they may for bonds with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered as to or for fully registered bonds without coupons. Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will made .through the chartered banks. Thel interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid by which will be remitted by post. Interest on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons. Both cheques and coupons will-be payable free of .exchange at any branch of any chartered bank in Holders of fully registered bonds without coupons will have the right to convert into bonds with coupons, payable to bearer or registered, without payment of any and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right to convert, without fee, into futly.registered bonds- without coupons at .any. time.on application in writing to the Minister of Finance! The'issue will be exempt from income in pursuance of legislation enacted' by the Parliament.of Canada. bonds with coupons will be issued in denomin- ations of Fully registered bonds without coupons will be issued in denominations of or any authorized multiple of Application will be made in due .course for the listing.of the issue Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges. The loan will be repaid at maturity at par at the office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the office of the General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottctown, Montreal. Toronto, .Winnipeg, Rcgina, Calgary or Victoria. i The books of the loan will be kept at the Depr.rt- ment of Finance, Ottawa. Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed'a commission oi'one-quarter of one per cent on allc-tmenty made in respect of applications which bear their otamp. Subscription Lists will close on or "before ,30th- November, 1915. Finance Deparlmjnt, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1915. ;