Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 8

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914 HiDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year..... Vtily, by mall, per jRfeekly. by mall, par S.UO 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office IJf; Editorial OfflM.............. W. A. Buchanan ToTranco Ifsoafflns Director Business Manager THE WAR SITUATION TODAY In spile of German prevarications, !n keeping with the vaunted German culture, there can be no doubt that the enemy has met with severe de- feat at hands of ilis Russians jlong the line, -.vest from Warsaw, be- tween Plock and Lodz. Tiio victori- ous Russian troops are ildvancins with 'the cities ot Thorn. Posen and Ereslau as their objectives. It this progress is maintained it will not be very long before we shall hear of (ho battle of the Oder, the crossing of which iby the Russians will spell the doom of Berlin. The southern Russian army march- ing towards tBreslau will be operating on the further Bide of the Oder so that there will not be much difficulty, fortune favoring the Russian! arms, of surmounting this obstacle nature which runs east of Berlin to the Baltic Sea. .It is true that the Russians are Etli! some 250 miles from Berlin but to use the hackneyed phrase, the '.'steam roller" has obtained a momen- tum sufficient to send it along with Three years ngo a man could bo el- ected almost .anything It he, would promise- .a new school building, a street railway, or even ah overhead bridge. Now, If ho wants to ho elect- ed, ho must 'dnmn the fellow who bullded on his optimism, .and promise economy instead. These be eccnomous tiines. KEEP THE WHISTLES BLOWING AND THE OLD FLAG FLYING. crushing speed. With Russian pro- gress assured we may be sure tliat from avoid tho very appearance of con- troversy while lie lays the ropes to steal a'snap verdict. in accepting Strathcona Rev. A. It. Aitiridge the Tory nomination ir said he was a Tory through thick and thin and that the party had always been right Evidently that minister's A Banish tho Bar convention is to ,be held at Regina. They ought to get the Czar of Russia to come over and take the topic. is more loyal to it than his church. the rolling back of the enera; Belgium and northern France will religion Is the party for he secminsly. (begin. With the latest development in the eastern zone the campaign enters a phase the most encouraging since its inception. There Is a tone of confi- dence which though never wanting, has considerably increased on the part of the Allies. For them the sit- uation brightens every day with a gloom, shadowing the final disaster, shed over the enemy. Robbers got 5704, the payroll of a printer in New York. They held the dor, up with town revolver, ..That typo mustn't have spent-any of his earnings for a year, A hot argument for School Board candidates the fact that ta Public 54.10 ;fo cotil, while the Separate make heat with J1.90, stuff. Two new schools huilt in Si Southern Alberta this summer ar ugh to prove Unit school can be bui'it..without paying'for trills What have Uie eomimah- done, t bribe Lethbridge? The goo people ou that side never s much as breathed economy during ai this agitation. Surely the commis siciiers have promised to put n Httli water iu.that new standpipe. Or wai it. the cluster '.ights that got them? Generalissimo Sam says Kitch can' tell him" nothjn' about war. Well how .could he? K. of K. has never been anything but a flglitln' nmu ul his life..-, Pie. never held dpwn a cab inct Job three months ago. And then, wasn't it tbo Colonel who made De Wet come in out of the rain back in 1PQ1? And Kitch never invented a trench digging, spade Im'ilet-stopper either. Whaddayemeau, Kitch has nerve? It wouldn't be right to suggest that [.lie are afraid to face the music. Down ia Montreal they have about 7 aldermen and a board control, and the people are cussing the poor government. Up Edmonton way they lave a council and appointed comr THE, CANADIAN BANK SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L L. D., D.CJ-, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD, -Asa't General Musfief V. C. BROWN. Superintendent ot Central Western Branches wise. In people Lethbncige, they have CAPITAL, RESERVE FUi, ;..SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Lethbridge Branch R, T. Brymner, Mgr .AN ENTERPRISING COMMUNITY Warner is the centre of a progress- Sve community. Its settlers are amongst the best to be found in the province. Their progressive spirit is j Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of Si. am indicated, by the fact that the school I upwards.. Careful attention is.given to every account..' Small account: districts surrounding that town have are welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail united, in forming a consolidated may be opened En the names of two or with- school district .and building the first fcQ fae made fc y consolidated school in the province of J J J outuvwi. Alberta. Instead of maintaining a nunSber school districts the people in that district decided to establish a well-equipped central'school" now it is possible for the sons and daughters" for miles around to drive into Warner in vans provided by the school board, and at- tend, a i school which will supply a course of. study up "to the higher grades. The building in which' this consolidated scuool is housed is one of .the most-substantial school. build-: ings in Alberta. It. has every modern j convenience, and the pupils will have the fullest opportunity for a course of training in all the .departments of While the school cost in the neigh- borhood of and has a staff of four teachers at the tax rate, not as heavy as in some .ot the rural districts; whera there is only a single teacher and a limited course of study. .Warner's adoption the consolidat- ed school system is worthy of the at- tention of even community through out the province. If school districts can be consolidated, and a school maintained at a central point where a taore complete education1 can be offer fed to the pupils, consolidated schools fcbould, spring up all over Alberta. Widi Cash in (he Back Yon Can Bay to Advantage You know how ;everythinf costs more when you have to buy on credit. 'Why not practice self-denial a while if necessary open a-Sayings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and, vith ihe money in hand; buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will have mada a good start towards financial Independence. 0F CANADA GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHPPIDGE BRANCH A, B. KING, Acting .Manajer I G. R. TINNING, Manager I "OBSERVE THE TRUCE .ffhe Unionists will not contest a bye- Iftlection in Londonderry because the jtrucc is real in the Old Land, If Can- kda is at war why not let our political parties act aa those in the Old Coun- try. So far no fcye-elections have been held in.the Federal arena, but in Al Heria the Conservatives failed to ob fcprye the. truce in Wetasbiwin, and the Liberals are unwisely con testing-, a bye-election in Dundas Bounty, Ontario. In frar time politics Should be submerged and the popu. lacA should be solidly united in thei efforts to uphold'the causa of thi fcnplre. Aa election now during th' IMr would be an outrage upon a peo- prepared to bury politics until the -pauie of our country it victortouj. Tlii following comment from the BuHetln ii very timely: organlten 'nave teen appointed In Coniervatlve nominating copven. lions are oping held jn; Afterta, As interpreted Rogers, the terms of the polillcal truce are Jthat the LiberBli-mas't The Most Convenient Of All Small Investments The Standard Bank of Canada invites depesits of and A passbook showing the amount of the balance will be handed you when making the first deposit. -You have then a Bank Account, to which you may add or from which you may withdraw at any time without unnecessary delay! Interest .is paid all balances twice a year, or added to principal. Capital and Reserve 166L over LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, 315, 13lh Street N. H G. F. BLETCHER, Manager. B THE ROYAl BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1809 Capital Paid Up Reserve Total COLLECTIONS Having 370 Branches throughpui Canada the dieSl this Bank cnrivailed facilities ing collections with economy and despatch. LONDON, fNO., Office, .nrijev <0 eSKSJfn. LCTHBRIOGS: BRANCH: M. straight commission government with ail its frills, and the people arc fol- lowing suit. Now what would you suggest is the .matter with the gov- ernments? Is it true that any government is but a reiiEX of the people? Blood and iron is the German creed. I It iuuks as if they 'were beginning to need "a little" beef, iron and wine to build up their constitution, The TMft and (ierman press agents, have been Initiated, .as charter mem- bers of the Whopper club. Likewise the audacious W.C., who invented the one1 about the Audacious. i: What Invasion Means (From Rudyard Kipling's introduction to by W.--Douglas Newton) "It is aimbst aa.impossible to make a people who have never' known in- vasion realize what'invasibn is, as it to make a fact or iiis own-' death. The .nearest'.a man can come in imagination to Jiis own death Jar the iden.of lying in a coffin with his eyes shut, listening to the pleasant things his neigh :ors :are saying about him; and the nearest that a people who- have never wn contiuest .is a hazy notion of going about their usual-work paying their taxes, !tp'tax collect- ores, who will periians-italk; with slightly foreign accent. "Even attempted'invasion does not mean that; it means riot "and arson and disorder, and bloodshed and atar- ration on a sca'ie that a-man can scarcely it means disorganizatioa rela- ion of life and every busi- ness, frcm the highest to the 'lowest, and the more elaborate the civilization he more awful the disorgani- afion; in other the ,BaI- :an: states can 12 months and stlil Svould- knock us iut of time in'six'iv-eeks. Suppose you were to read in the paper some morning that a. disastrous fire had wiped the town of Amherst, or Gait or Lethbridge' completely off the map. That would be a hard knock to Canada wouldn't Yet; figuratively and literally, Canadians are ruthlessly trampling a town that size feet; every actually obliterating it. Every' year we Canadians import worth of boots and' shoes from the United States. On them we pay over dirty. That if spent for Canadian-made boots, would keep six big shoe factories busy the year employing altogether about 2400 hands, paying out in wages, and supporting, in'! abotit people. Concentrate all these people in one place and you add to the map of Canada a good live town like Amherst or Gait or Lethbridge. Rather startling isn't it? When out of 'pure thoughtlessness, you buy an imported boot you crunch under your heel the opportunity to .build up such a town. In buying Canadian-made shoes you are paying for quality, not duty. Dollar for IJoilar they give you a value that is equal to, if not better than any others. Next time be patriotic enough to refuse the pair the dealer offers you that is not "MADE IN CANADA' I6A PICKED UP IN I ASSING DETENTION CAMP CAUSES DEATH OF FIVE Nov. Five perscihs .word killed and several others wounded as a result of a riot detention FOR THE BUSY MAN R. G. Simpson, ex-re'eve of Rosser Ian.r is dead. The French losses to date are said o bo in excess of Hon. Lionel Hal'lam Tennyson, a ramlson of the poet, has been wound d at the front. Mayor Shaw of Kingston has ask d the Militia Department for a guard n the city's water tower. At a business meeting of the'East Uddlesex Conservatives, J. L. White f London was elected president. Mrs. Sarah Brandon ellaire, O., aged 113. ons to the Civil War. is dead at She sent'ili LEASED LAND ,FOR FARMERS'-TO CULTIVATE (Grassy Realizing that is of "the utmost importance that every acre possible put under season, be- ause the world supply of.-wheat e short, and Britain will need-'all I ail ad a can produce, and'then some; 3 compensate for. the failure this ear, and to reap'the. fullest-benefit rdm the high prices of .grain .nrfv Icted, Grassy Lake 'Board' of Trade s planning to assist the farmers of district to very materially in. rease the acreage of crop and se: lire seed from the. government for the land they can get ready on leir own or rented farms. With if E'object in view the matter was aken up with W. S. Ball 'of-.Leth. ridge, president of, the'Conservative ssociation, and Hugh Bqydi; govern- icnt relief commissioner, and they ave promptly accepted an invitation visit Grassy Lake and meet the oard and farmers for its discussion nd solution. They have assured the oard that they are ,ac- ord with the movement to secure a eed Supply for lattd that any person HI lease and put-under crop. PORTUGAL'S FORCES (London Chronicle) In times of peace Portugal has'an rmy of only SQ.QOOi but there ara re- srves of 35 -regiments of. infantry, gbt squad rone of cavalry and 24 eld batteries. It Is estimated, indeed, that Portu- al can put Into the field over rftt line troops and second ne troop's. The. navy Is only chief ssels being: 5 protected cruisers; destroyers; 4 torpedo, boats .and 3 submarines. There.are also ia rather obsolete battleship, and some gun- boats of old design Gordon Ralph, a former Royal 'orth West Mounted Policeman and Fenian Itair veteran, died at 'Van- outer. Dr. Connolley "on leaving. Renfrew -r Ottawa to" become manager of ,o Capital Trust Corporation, was auquetted. A. Wontizambert; manager of the ank of Montreal, Br.intford, Ont., as been made manager at Victoria, C. Samuel Gonipers' return to the pre- _-dency of the Federation of Labor, makes h'is thirtieth election to this. of- fice.- His sa'iary has been increased from to a year.' Ex-Constable James a Colchester hospital with a, shattered writing to Chief Smith at Ham- Ont., sayfi that the Scots Guards lost. 700 out of 1200 men in 18 days' fighting in the vicinity of Ypres. Ifin- lay son is a reservist, who left Hamil- ton' the first week war was declared. No official report of the incident ia yet obtainable, but "it is understood the trouble arose over the food, which some aliens and, it is alleged, commenced a riot, whereupon the guard was compelled to shoot. .There are 3500. prisoners in the ROYAL PROPOSED SAILINGS Special'Christinas Sailing's St. John Direct to Liverpool 8 SCANDINAVIAN .........DECEMBER llth John to Liverpool Grampian. .Dec. 25 S.S. Scandinavian Jan. 8 Portland to Glasgow. Calling Halifax Westb'd. S.S. Pomeranian .Dec. 10 S.S. Pretorlan.. .Dec; 31 St. John to London and Havre Sicilian.....Dec. 31 S.S. Corinthian..Jan. 14 Boston to Glasgow Calling 'Halifax Westb'd. S.S. Sardinian. ..Dec. 24 S.S. Pomeranian. Jah. 14r, Philadelphia to Glasgow and Westbound: 28 S.S. Carthaginian Dec 19 Reduced. Round'Trip Railway Ticketsigpod to return" wftnln five months oh sale to" December 31 For full information apply to anyiRahwaytor Steamship Agent, or ALLAN, GENERAL'NORTHWESTERN AGENT, WINNIPEG W. R, White Star-Dominion Line 3 Special Xinas 3 From From Portland ARABIC Tuss. Dec 1 ZEELAND Sat Dec. 5 VANDERLAND Sat! Dec. 12 The ARABIC, tons, is tho largest One Halifax Thurs Dec 3 Sun. Dec. 6 .Sun. Dec.-VI3 Class 'II. Cabin steamer from Canada. The ZEBLAND and -VANDERLAND were merly on 'the New York-Dover-Antwern route (Red Star, each ions. Excellent accommodations all classes. SAILINGS FROM NEW American Line, Saturdays; White Star Line, "Wednesdays. Apply any -Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. M. MeLEOD, c. W. P. A., 333 Main Winnipeg. Low Round Trip Pslres to Eastern Canada via Leave Chicago a.m. Arrive Toronto p.m. Arrive Montreal a.m. Michigan Niagara falls Tickets are on sale daily December 1st to 31st, 1914, inclusive; retain, .limit'.3 .months'. In addition to numerous trains to local'Michigan Central Canadian points, fast solid through trains provide un- matched service, Chicago to Toronto and Montreal via Michigan Central R. R. and Canadian Pacific Ry. p.rri. S a.m. p.m. p.m. ....-......._. Also Low Round Trip Fartjs to New York ?md Bpston in connection with Trans Steamship Lines Five Fast Trains Every Day Chicago Arrive New York Arrive Boston a. m. rn.'........ a. ra. 1030 a. m. p. m. p. m. p.'m. p. m. p.m, p. m. midnight a. m. Tickets are on sale daily November 7th to December return limit five months, and are good for stop-over, at many points enroute, Including nature's greatest i Niagara Falls. The Michigan Central is the only railroad passing directly.opposite the Fails, and all day trains stop five minutes at-Falls View Station. Apply to your local agent for tickets, complete information, apply to our SPOKANE, WASH., OFFICE, 4O5 Columbia Building A. M. NYE, Tiwrellatf Paiicnger Agent ;