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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE Nation Builders ZlK JLetbbvfoge Deralb e, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per .vear-----. Dully, by mall, per year....... Weekly, by mall, per yew...., M.OO 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office 12JJ Editorial Offleu............... 1224 W. A. Bucha'nan Jchn Torrance Managing Director Business Manager THE PRESENT POSITION The great battle of the Aisne which, with varying fortune to the masses faclug each other, has been in con- tinuous progress for nigh three weeks, has now about reached its cul- mination. Reports are guardedly the less, -them there "Is the optimistic tone ivliich protrudes Itself between the lines. This is even manifest- ed in the enemy's statements of the situation whicli have in them the un- ffllstaken evidence of "making the best of it.1 While it is possible to be too cock sure, still there is every indication that tlie great turning movement on the enemyfs right has met with sue cess, and that the foo has been al most, if not altogether outflanked. On the Allies' right the strained ef forts ot the Germans to execute counter movement appear to have been unsuccessful. With its centre alone -intact -the whole line of the enemy is now-in a tortuous condition. Wavering has. withoat doubt set in and the fleeing of a broken mass, or measured.retirement .to" new posl tions can" only..alternative, if possible, to stave off- disaster. How To Make the QuickestjSimplestCough Remedy Thisi home-made cough svrwp is now used JD wora homes than coueh remedy.. Its promptness, and ecrtamt..... come the ordinary- relieves -even whoopnifr coiijjh quickly. Splendid, too, lor Bronchitis, spasmodic croup, bron- chial asthma and winter-coughs: Get from druggist 21? ounces of Tincx (jO cents pour it into a 1C ounce bottle and fill the bottlo with plain Krnniihtcd sugar M rup. '1 his 03 J oil, at coit of onTj 51 conts, 16 ounces Ho "'P" for 1nkes but a- few muiutes to prepare. iull% directions with Bim lastcs Rood ana nmer spoils. lou will be pleasantly surprised ic note how quickly it loosens dry, hoar or couplis, snd heals the inflamt m a gainful cough. It ah stops the formation of phlt-em in tfi :nroat and bronchial tubes, thus endine the ptrsistent loose coiigh. imcx is a most valuable concentralei or outline -Norway u" :ract, rich in guaiacol, which is i PICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN to the membranes disappointment, be and ,r A MISCALCULATION OF BF POLICY' "As throwing a Uglit .on the after events which are taking place today, the following article -published. In the Review of (Reviews of JVIay 1009, is not without value.... It serves to show that, Trith the ingrained notion that, Britain is ever a peace-loving country, the Germans have calculated on this at- .titude in discounting British interfer- ence 'with .the carrying out of her ag- gressive plans There is, hWever, sometimes 'too great a price to 'be paid for peace, par ticularly Wen It conflicts "with a sense ot honor with which the'nams of-Bri- tain, stands synonymous. This too late in the day is now rbemg realised at Potsdam; The "article runs as follows- "Writing :n the Preussische Jahr bucher ior April on the Balkan Crisis Delbnick pays a 'tribute to the policy England He writes "Especially noteworthy is the aiti tude wliich England finally adopted At.first the flame-was :fanned'by.that island, bat eventually England's pol- icy, without directly discerning her Russian ally, has greatly contributed, in a manner worthy of all gratitude, to the maintenance of peace. It woulit have been so easy to bring about a universal war if only English states men had" desired it They not i done- so. utilised opportunity for overthrowing' Germany an concert with the great Continental Powers "We must never forget this England lias given, a practical prooi tha? she loves peace "The terrible principle of poli- tics of not permitting an> thing to a rival, but always anticipating a pos sible contest in the iiiture, and of provoking "war, simplv to weaken an not seem to.influence the nations as it used tq do It is all the more to the credit of the English j people, seeing that at this moment' they are full of ansiety concerning; the growth of the German navy. But instead of gnmg -nay to hostile feel ings, this great and at the same time self-possessed and cautious nation has acted the worthier part of bowing circumstances by making preparations agaiust future aaiipeiB'-- DH t To e an iBk dnijffist for "314 ounces Pinec." .nu don't accept anvthiup else A guarantee of absolute Jatiaiaetion r monev promptly remnded, witl this preparation. The Pirns Co To- ronto, Ont. enough bullets, when a pal shouted 'Up Guards, and at The next second he was rolled over with a nasty knock on the shoulder. He jumped, up and hissed: 'Let me gei at -'em.' still came on. When.' we really got orders to get at them made no mistakes I can tell you. They cringed at the bayonets. Those on our 'left-wing tried to get around us. We yelled like demons, and after rac- ing as hard as we could for quite 500 yards we cut up nearly every man who did not run away" ,Referring' to another engagement, he gives an account of the chief in- cident'In a-nutshell when-he says: "On the left were our cavalry. The enemy's guns were-blazing away, and they got -us .nicely. You have read of -he 'Charge of-the Light Brigade.' It was chaps, I should think. "They went hell for leather, and yelled at them, and cut them up again and again. This kind of thing was going on all day. How'many were tolled. I don't.know, but the country was.covered with them when we left." Ceiiainlj knows not only how to fight, but ire 'knows how to writs about the fight. METHODISTS TURN DOWN THE WOMEN Ottawa, Ont, Sept a ipe'cial committee of the general con- erence of the Methodist re- ibrted, to the conference this after- Bishop Mcliityre, of the Methodist Episcopal church, dead. Clark's shoe factory at St. Stephen. N. B., was fire. P. G. Waltoy, druggist.-'has been ap- pointed collector of at Inger- soll, Out Rev.'W. -H. Kinsley, Methodist min- ister at Pembroi-e, Ont, is going to the front as an army chaplain. Arthur Hogg, sou of the late Rev. John Hogg, Winnipeg, is a member of Tallbardine, Horse, .enlisted In Scot- land for active service. B. L. Norwood; of Ottawa, is likely to be appointed chief architect of the Dominion Department of Public Works. J. E. James, manager of the Merch- ant's bank atJ Walnwright, Alta., has been promoted to the inspection de- partment of at Edmonton.. It is: announced that 71 ministers of the Methodist church volunteered for sen-Ice with the Canadian .troops as chaplains. President .Wilson has nominated Frederic Jeaup' Stlmson of Harvard university to' -S. Argentina and Henry Prather Fletcher minister-to ChHe, to be.anlbassa- dor to that country. Rev. Father Marseilles, 87 years old, the oldest'priest in'the Roman Cath- olic diocese ot .London, is dead. He was born and educated1 In France and was parish priest at River Canard, near Windsor, for 43 years. The total amount raised for mis- sions by Canadian -Methodists since last Quadrennial Conference has been an 523, or over 43 per cent, as-compared with the preceding quadrennium. 'Mrs. Parkinson, wife of J. E. Park- inson, a farmer'living aUJ.-amourQus. opposite Fort Saskatchewan, is in the lospltal at Ednionton; suffering from severe and her .two- little girls, Liberia, aged four, and Vera. aged two, are dead as the result of a fire which completely destroyed the farrn- touse. The Boer Francois Joubert- Menaar, has arrived at Bordeaux to iffer his sword to- the allied armies. 'I fought against General Trench m South "Africa. Now-I am gping to fight said to the [orrespondent.- 'T commanded, a Bosr army opposed to him at.Elandslaagte, where I received my baptism'.- of fire n civilized.warfare." An unsuccessful attempt to mine he harbor at Guernsey, Eng., said to avo been made'by a disguised Ger- man cruiser, which had on board 1000 marines and enough explosives to blow p a dozen warehvps, was reported Ibj liss Margaret Daniels, a missionary f. the Baptist so- her arrival York rom' Havre. State Bank Examiner H.-S.-McGraw as taken'charge of the affairs of the .rat State Bank of Shelby after hav- ng investigated the-bank's condition, formal statement out as to the esact condition, stat- .own; By the Jerms of- the constitution overnmg the conference, any matter ffectlng a .change'in the con- tituttbn- requires- a. three-fourths vote f the total vote cast A standing was -fakeii-: first, and 'resulted 200 for .id 102 against. uoon m favor of to women equal Di pei30ns familiar with, the case ight-Tvith lajmen iu the administra that the in which the bank ive affairs of the church, it was voted finds itself to the crops in. that section, which .aetibualy affected some of the loans of the in- stitution, -and also ;to the failure of a firm or Tirokers to aCep their promise to take u. bond issue which-the bank had purchased on their beliefTts sale had been arranged fqi Lincoln Beachey, in an aeroplane, looped the loop four times over the dome of the capltol at Vyasnlngton, while President "Wilson watched the performance from a White House win- dow The aviator then mads such an abrupt iauuiog on, thu lowlands of the Potomac river near the Washington monument that observers in> the tall tireless towers at the Arlington radio station reported he had fallen. Bea chey tnen finished the performance by luinmg two flops over the White House and then more flying low over the business section of the city while government officials and thous- ands of spectators''gasped. ELECTION AT HAMILTON Hamilton, Ont, Sept ap- pointment Cul The KoU J S Hen- drie as Lieutenant Governor of Ont ario, ujil necessitate a bv election in West Hamilton, the ndmg he has re presented -in the Ontario. House for, many years The name of George Lynch Staunton, K.C, is mentioned for the nomination by the Conserva tives It is not likely that he "will be opposed, so it is stated. ANY man can make his day's work a pleasure by drinking FRY'S COCOA regularly. If s like putting in a good foundation to a building. FRY'S is rich in energy and muscle-making properties and supplies the body everything it needs for its daily building operations. If s far more than a mere beverage. It ia so pure and so concentrated that it is very economical, a small teaspoonful of FRY'S making a large cup of delirious cocoa. Start on FRY'S today. Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited Truro. Montreal. Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary. Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria. SWEDISH VESSEL WAS ATKINS, WAR CORRE- SPONDENT Tommy Atkins Is the 'best war cor pondent. "What he has to sa> in letters home tell the tale (better kthe newspaper representatn e hanging on to tie rear of or moi e likely, he is miles the field of action Tonimj Anting, and when the ao Mie is able to render a extracts from a Whlttaker, of the and it is of the V "Border. He gives -fighting Power Your Health Question Keeping well "it largely a matter of keeping every organ normally active. Livers that slow down and stomachs that falter need this Tonic At iJl Dniftbt, Stores IbrogfllKl GERMAN HYDROPLANES FORCE CAPTAIN TO PUT -IN HELIGOLAND AT London, Sept 29. The Standard gives a unique incident in warfare reported today at by the captain of the Dutch trawler Martha, who said seven German hydroplanes stopped the Swedish steamer Bodel and made the Swedish 'captain alter his course to Heligoland The Dutch captain says the hydro- planes nrst approached his boat, but after satisfying themselves as to his nationality, new awav. Six hydro- planes escorteil the Swedish vessel ou itb Udy to Heligoland, apparent- ly as a prisoner. There is nb explan- ation as to why the Swedish vessel, which is also neutral, was diverted. :WHAT ALBERTA CAN DO Edmonton, Alta, Sept Duncan Marshall, minister of. ture, on being asked how many hones service Alberta .could" fur- nish, said "Alberta could supply from 7000 to horses fit for cavalry and artillery purposes For Low of Hair will pay for whet you use M Rtxall "93" "Hair wot promote the (rawtb of your hair. In all our uiperfaDoe irith hair TRAGEDY ON A HOMESTEAD Medicine Hat, Alta, Sept From a community known aa Breeze w, ten miles southwest of Boweh, comes a of a home- fire. A f not havng any cro vest, went north t daughters behind h Ing dead, to look eldest Is a girl ab youngest is a litte enfnf last, while t out attsndln little one played w fire to the house, was burned. The Ing for turns to founded futh in it tint ire want you to to H at our mJt. Hit does not ntiity you in may pufceidar, we will pay for whit you UH to tha abut ol 30 d.y tnatmcnt. If RaaU "93" Hiir Tonic not remove dandruff, relieve scalp irritation, itop the hair from faliiga and promote a new of hiS, pome back to u> and aak ui to the money you pud for it, and we will promptly hand it hack to you. You don't iTn.anythiei, promin umt thlnK, brini; anythioc back, or in any wayobliiaMyonrnu. Isn't UntlnirT Dvwi't It ttand to mwn that we would not mala such a liberal of at our Bton: J. D. Hlglnbotham A Co., Llmlltd. shops at Toronto, Hamilton, Dundas, Gait and four or five other places have secured contracts .for the manufacture of 18-pound shrapnel shells during the last few weeks, and some are already it TJie government requires absolute nith speclfica- :ions. forwarded in lota of 100, aad one in each lot is m ,'y tested. K It proves faulty, the whole Jeltincs It lot Is returned. by tlle Japanese journey across Chinees he said.- "China, does war and knows' 'better .than to array! itself against the Allies, who are itg! friends." LIEPSIG STILL AT LARGE Lima, Peru, Sepi. 30 is officially announced that the German cruiser Ipslg and the naval tug ll.-rle re- ciived coal and prm from' the steamer AmasiB, vcsterday at Leboe de Tierra, an island off the cotst-of.Peru. The AmasiD steamed to Lebos de Tierra from Callao CHINA NOT WORRYING ABOUT THE1 JAPS Chicago, III, Sept will teep 111-strict neutrality, according to Genera Hwang Hslng, fihlneso minis- ter of war In the cabinet of Sun Yat Sen, wlfo irrlveaMiere today. "I think more than a show bo made against the HOW TO STOP STOMACH TORMENT Sound Advice From A Well-Known Physician. Men and women who suffer fromj what they rail Dysnepsia Jadieestion or iubt [Jain "stomach-trouble" us- ually seek regular relief-in the form of some pepsin pill or tablet, or other artificial dlgestant. This, experience) teaches me, IB a serious error lai nine cases out of ten, the distress is caused by tile development of acids in. the by the ferment-, ing of llir. food. Instead of a digest-1 int being required, something should' be taken to dissolve or neutralize this aciditj, en normal digestion will fqllou at a matter of course.. This' acid matter is distinctly' poisonous and un'csi it is dissolved, digestion the mass of ferment- .he stomach to the in- ._ Its poison is absorbed and carried all over the ,.reivt >nny of people who body sailer aft-r nearly every meal would make it a point to take a teaspoonfnl, of Bisnratcd Magnesia; In a quarter' glass of after each meal, there would be no formation of acidity and consequently digtress or .discom- fort Sour acid greasy s'tomaoh, heartburn inching, Woatlni, would tlitn ho a thing of the past. a physlclaa'i prescription ls inexpensive and can be otiainpd at any dr.ig store, K is prepaid] for jusf auch trouble and the proof ot its efficiency is that It will ttop the nharpost, biting stom- ach dlurcss ln ninuteg from the time it dissolvii ;