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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfoevalfc DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: DtlSy, delivered, per year...... Daily, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail, per year----- Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Managing Director 1252 mur King and Country Meed You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR All uncertainty as to the future at- titude of Greece has apparently been dispelled by the statements issued yesterday that-she had acceded to all the demands made by the Allies, and had given satisfactory assurance that no military measures would oe taken asainst the armies of the Al- lies should they bo lorced to retire to Greek territory. The situation in Serbia, so far as the Serb forces are concerned, ap- pears to be developing along the lines that have been anticipated. The Serbs have been unable to long with- stand the strong advance of the in- vaders, and are said to be in Ml re- treat towards the Albanian border. Henry Ford announces from New York that he has chartered a ship to go to Europe OB a peace crusade, and that he -will endeavor to lure the men from the trenches, which, he believes is the only way to sto'p the struggle. ndlan has apology to offer, have men or the Bournssu and La-.: vergno'type, and evidently they havoj few followers :amongst the native-j horn English Canadians, but very lew. Canada could have kept out' of this war, but in EO doing she; would have left her defence to others; and would have earned tho nnme of a- coward. Canada wns in danger from' the very moment war was declared. If Germany could have landed troops on our shores or bombarded our sen coasts she would havo done so wheth- er Canada was an- active participant in the war or not. Germany knows that Canada is a British possession, and by striking a blow at Canada, she would be sinking the Empire. Can- ada could hare folded its anus and allowed the Mother Country to do the fightin and if the Mother Country ,ost. Canada would not hare suffered: Not a bit ot it! Canada would have been a prize of war, and Germany would have possessed it. Victor over practically the whole world, site could have made her demands, and who j could resist.her? Canada itself? We I all know that we would have to sub-j u is DlCKEDUPIN FOR'; THE BUSY MAN I The London Daily Mail says "01 the raised i'tor lh? ul> ginniugvof who Know best believe that a-very considerable part has gone to ciitich clever cx- ploitcni of public nhilaiSthropics., Innisfail Presbyterians voted against church union. Saskatoon invested ada's war loan. Thos. Boddy. former C.P.K. o at is dead. Quotes Scripture in Reply to Bryan New York Frank Allabra; Presi- dent o! the National Historical So- a "champion onlce'bold: dety of 30 East Forly-sccoiur street, er at Carlock, 111., aged in aa opca letter-on preparedness to 7S'rears. He'was a justice ol the William J. Bryan -meets the-ex-Sec- pcaco for 20 years, postmaster 30 rctnry' of State on Ins own coutro- i rears, town clerk 36 ytars and tax versiai ground by quoting from the in Can- collector 40- years, holding many of Now Testament to prove that it iii- thcso pinces 'concurrently. ;culcates the doctrine -of Lzekiel. Mr. j Aiinbon argued that tile New and the The extension of time of the imper- old TesianuiiS-aliKc declare that the ial parliament has been arranged, forcible restraint ol evil is a duty August 4, government. lietwccu 135 and 130 million bush- els o! cram have been shipped irom Saskatchewan so far this season. The late P. A, B. Wideacr of Phil 19.14, parliament had until January adelphia, left liislor uae ot .....___ __ ___in the Old, hut in the New." IF to Vim. "iiv the "present arrange- he "writes, "do 1 find the Christian ment parliament will have that same doctrine Of 'national -preparedness period of life after peace is declared tlmi BOII requires just BO.cmmcnis extension of 17 months, less tour t0 arm themselves in order to carry dars. The government may dissolve out. fus wni. aepa, e 000 to his son, Jos. K The Methodist Kpiscopal church in the northern U. S. has a membership oi Rev. R j the house any time during that per- iod. In answer to suggestions in sonic quarters that Caaada coulil afford to i Manitoba. Six mil, silently, probably sullenly, but submit nevertheless. Canada Is in the The same possibilities face her, ,tJJ but wo Vre fighting to prevent tteir made in Western Can realization; we are taking the manly ada this year thanjast uar. courageous course. Far better to fight to retain oirr present position in the world, in Beigium. and France, and the Balkans, than to wait for invasion of our own country. That is what our participation in the war means. are keeping the enemy in Europe, rather than encourage the possibility of the enemy swooping down upon is in our own land. Further than that ;'Havc you never read, in the thir- teenth clwpter'ot the Epistle to the Romans, that 'the powers that be arc ordained ol that 'rulers are quaneia uiui vmii.ua v...... a terror to the evil; that pay her soldiers an even higher rate itne power is the miuistei of of pay, than now., obtains, attention 'bt'areth not the sword in vain, S Laidlaw, oi Brandon, j was drawn by the militia department vugistine Hresby- to the following comparative rates ol 5 daily pay lor soldiers allowed by the combatant countries Canada, SI.10; Great Britain, 35 cents Italy, i cents France, 54 cents Japan, 2. cents Russia, 1 cent; Germany, 10J _ cents Austria, 21 cents Turkey, 3J thousand less homestead en-; cents. world let it be righteous, because God is righteous." Ezcklel as much as the New Testa- ment, Mr. Allaben contends, is the Word of God, and he argues thaUiod fundamental in the government of the -i'rince ol Peace Himself 7" So. Mr. Allaben asks, not cvory Christian in the land support earnestly our Christian President in his cffoits in this day of evil to winnipcg. reported that the Norris gov It IS It" L11S1H crnment will cut out bilingual teach iinan'cial obligations. Hamilton deputation asked Pre- A FEW WORDS TO THE ANTI-WAR" ELEMENT There are still a few individuals who attempt to cast off the obliga- tions the war places upon them aa citizens, 'by declaring thai they cannot support warfare, as it is contrary to "the'teachings ol Christianity, or by taking the ground that Great Britain should have kept out of the conflict, and-that Canada had no right to par- ticipate. This, element is smalt, and is up ..of very narrow- minded men. From their standpoint it -would havo been proper lor Britain to have kept out of the war even though it had made a solemn agree- ment to protect the little nation of Let a great nation He; that would not be'against the principles of Christianity, la their Judgment; but to engage in war to uphold the pledged nord, because all efforts al peaceful settlement of Intel-national difficulties failed, is contrary to the teachings of Christianity as Interpret ed by these "higher critics." Nations must have Ideals and principles. TSey must ataiid for these ideals and prin- iapls in times of peace, but to defend them "So" _they are menaced IB wropg, interpret the critlcis. Christian churches spread the doc- trine ol religion throughout the world. Sometimes tney are combatt- ed; sometimes missionaries are mas- sacred. Does the Christian Church csase its Tartars on behalf of the principles of Christianity because of these things History, ancient and modem, does not bring forth such evi- dence. "Why then should a great na- tion abandon its pledges, and aBow a small nation to be trampled upon by i great bully nation like Germany? If such a course had. Seen pursued by it would have been on account of fear; it would have been a cowaru ly act. None of us like war; none of ns want The settlement of .inter national difficulties by peaceful methods is to be desired, but -when great nations refuse to settle allegec differences In this manner, what are honorable nations libs Britain and Bel glum to do? Allow the other nations to trample upon them and bring Jnto re tile l-eaerai.irauu uum- uquai iu uui take jurisdiction over dis- forbid, since every soul that has a of iron. LMKC ,t.j_ inctt-cr in rlinl vfi wor orca. ea God force 'He shall rule then, witva rod inauiuuim u.ci wu- as unfair competi-1 part in this nation must answer throne. Let our sword May I not say, therefore, s is Aus- A liamiuua nonesi. "j i Pt niir sword he Peace in denying 10 e decided of the Devil." No red- the Germans in Belgium. blooded citizen can refrain from tlorying in Canada's part in the war. COALDALE Coaldale, Nov. 0. E.; S. met Monday night with a large at- Eu'Tene V Debs, who the Socialist candidate ior president- oi the United State in every election since 1900, says he will not be a can- didate in 1916. Tte Commonwealth government has decided to raise an additional met Monday nignv wuu a en Tnis. wm bring up the Aus- tendance. After the.mcctiog there was contingent for the war to a pleasant social and dainty refresh- V ._ _jit. Mfrni) TTnlfU nnS-. marts with Mis. Alircd Haley as-bos 300.0DO. ess. Lieut. Sevmour Presley, -oi- .the The Ladies' Aid met Tuesday after- infantry, killeiLin ac- ncon at the home of Mrs. H. A. bug-1 commercial appointment gitt. A pleasant missionary program He belonged to thc 100th S fathEr Is editor of a Sas'gnen. Mrs. C. R. from a pleasing talt on. the convention and missionary work. Mr. Duncan McArthur and bride from Minot, N. D., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. McArthur. Miss May Knopp from Lethbridpi, is -visiting at the home of her bro- ther, Frank Knopp. W. H. Pawson and Mr. Asplm, pa- tients at the Gait hospital, are rap- dlv recovering. Mrs. John Thorn is visiting rela- ives near Spokane. There will he a box supper and ance in the Hay Growers' hall Fri- ay night. Everybody invited. Mrs B S; Pawson will leave on lee. 1st tor a trip to Delavon, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Harvey from jtavely are visiting Mends in this eighhorhood. John Caloren was a hiismess caller Tuesday.-': EXECUTION OF- SCHMIDT Albany, N.T., Nov. court of appeals-today fixed the week be- rinning January 10, as the time for he electrocution of Hans Schmidt, 'rk, England, newspaper, I K Johnson, manager ot the Im- perial Bank branch at Preston, is the appointee for the St. Thomas branch vacancy, bv. Capt..R. r. A Gilbert's resignation when he joined the new 91st Battalion as paymaster A group of forty-five South Sea Island volunteers recently arrived a' Wellington, New Zealand, from 4he Cook group, sonorously singine popu lar war songs of England in their na- tive tongue. The Ottawa Evening Journal print, a story to the eRect that no decision to summon parliament to meet i January has been arrived Tat. an there is still a possibility.oi al election being held before the hpus meets. Excavations around under the dome 'of the new capita at Winnipeg have raVEaled a wast which is likely to t-stal at least 000 Three ol-the 12 large suuar he electrocution or naus ocuiumi, you. -itiitc. ui he unfrocked priest convicted of slay- caissons which were sunk at the cor ng Anna Aumuller in New York in ners have betn one o the adjacent round caissons. Mason Risch Pianos FROM FACTORY TO HOME Twenty Branch Stores HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORIES, TORONTO In Your Own Home-with the Christmas Tree Lit up with the love lights glowing and the family gathered THEN IS WHEN. A PIANO COUNTS then is when there's something MORE in music than notes and bars, when thore's -poetry and reminiscence, when there's mystic sweetness, when there s. absence 01 care, when there's deep content! More then, than at any other time will you con- gratulate yourself if tho 'piano you have put your money Into is a GOOD -TRUE piano, worthy of your and more keenly than ever will you regret It if the piano Is one .TFhosc name you would not care to mention, a jear hence to 'your friends! MASON RISCH LIMITED ,406 STREET SOUTH, LETHMIDGE WAR LOAN DOMINION OF CANADA 1 ISSUE OF MATURING 1st 1925 S REPAYABLE: AT PAR.AT. _ _ H 'OTTAWA, HALIFAX, ST. JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN, 'MONTREAL, REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY-lst JUNE, 1st DECEMBER. I ISSUE PRICE .M- A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st JUNE, 1916. g THE; PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY. H T n. nf Mother than issues made abroad) being made by the Government, for the purpose of I- accepted at tbe issue price, plus accrued interest, the equivalent of caySI for the purpose of subscriptions to such issues. Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made through the chartered banks. The interest on'the fully registered bonds will be paid by cheque, 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 bianch of any chartered bank in Canada. 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 fee and holders of bonds with coupons will have thc right to convert, without fee, into fully registered bonds without coupons at any time on application in writing to the Minister'of Finance. The issue will be exempt from any income in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. The 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 000. Application will be made in due course for the listing of the issue on the 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 Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Chadottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regius, Calgary or Victoria. The books of the loan will be kept at the Depart- ment of Finance, Ottawa. Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent on allotments made in respect of applications which bear their stamp. r? -THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offe.s here- with or. behalf of the "Government the above named Bonds for subscription at 97i payable as 10 per cent on application, 3rd January, 1916, 1st February, 1916, ,2o 1st March, 1916, 20 1't April, 1916, 20 1st May, 1916. The instalments may be paid in full on and after 3rd day of 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 Miniver of Finance. Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture and the-allotment to cancellation. accompanied by a deposit of ten per cent of the amount ..subscribed, must be thfbugh the medium of a chartered bank. The bank will issue a provisional receipt.. authorized under Act of the Parliament of'Canada and both principal and interest will be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. application may be obtained from branch of ahyr chartered bank in Car.ada, and at the office of any Assistant Receiver General in Canada. Subscriptions must be for .even hundreds of dollars. In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards payment of the amount due on the January instalment. Scrip certificates payable to bearer will be issued, after allotment, in exchange for the provisional receipts. When the scrip certificates have been paid in full and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money'they may be exchanged for bonds with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered as to principal, or for fully .registered bonds without coupons. j. Subscription Lists will closs on or before 30th November, 1915. 3 'i Finance Department, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1615. v ;