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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHRRIDGE DAILT letbbribge Iberalb alberta r DAILY AND WESKLV LETHBRIDGE SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... Daily, by mall, per year....... Weekly, by mail, per TELEPHONES Office Editorial Offlco W. A. Buchanan Torranco ucanan Haoaging, Director Business Mauago THE PRESENT POSITI9 Tlie great ibatUe the Aisno .Icl with varj-ing fortune to the mas facing each other, has been in c tin-iious progress for nigh _ weeks, has now about reached its cul mination. Reports are guardedl worded, but, nona tie less, behln -them there Is the optimistic ton which protrudes itself between ;th written lines. This is even inanifes ed in the enemy's statements ot th situation which have in them the uii mistaken evidence of "making th best ot It." While it is possible to be too cock eure, still there is every indicatioD that the great turning movement on the enemy's right has mot with suc- cess, and that the too has been al most, if not altogether outflanked. On the Allies' right the strained ef forts of the Germans to execute counter movement appear to hav. been unsuccessful. With Us centre alono -intact; the whole toe of the enemy is how -in a tortuous condition. Wavering has-without doubt set m and the fleeing, of a broken mass, or a measured retirement to new posi lions can' be only. alternative, if possible, to stave off-'disaster. A MISCALCtlLAflON OF BRITISH "As throwing a ligh't on the' after events -which are taking .place. today, the following article .published In the Review of Keviews of .May 1909, is not -without value. It serves to show.that, with the" ingrained notion that Britain is ever a peace-loving tfce- Germans. have calculated on this at- .tltude in discounting British interfer ence with the carrying out of her ag- plans- There Is, however, sometimes 'too great a price to. 'be paid for peace, par- great a price to (be paid for peace, par- ow to innpe, ticularly when it conflicts with a sense write pnces on today were honor Tritli -which the'name of Bri gynonymoUB. This too late .in the is now feeing realised at Potsdam! The article runs as follows: "Writing jn the Jahr bucher for April on the Balkan Crisis Dr. Hans Delbruck pays a tribute to the policy of England. He writes "Especially noteworthy is" the attt tudD which England finally adopt-u At first the flame was fanned by that eyentually- England's pol- directly disowning her Russian ally, has greatly contributed, in a manner worthy of all gratitude to the maintenance of peace. It v, oulil have been so easy to faring about a universal war if only English states men had desired it They have not done so. They have not utilised an apparently favorable opportunity fo cverthroiving Germany in concert with the t great Continental Powers We must never forget this. England L has given a practical proof thaT she sincerely loves peace. "The old, terrible principle of poll tics of not permitting anything to a rival, but always anticipating a pos sible contest m the" future, and of provoking war, simply to weaken an antagonist, does not seem to influence the nations as it used to. do! It Is all ths more to the credit of tbe English people, seeing that at this moment they are full of anxiety concerning' the growth of ths German navy. But instead of to hostile feel ings, this great and at the same time self-possessed and cautious nation has acted the worthier part ot bowing to- circumstances by mating preparations against future dangers." for bronc cliial asth Get fro1 Pincx (5t 1C ounce plaiacr'ai, wholesomeness it to you in "and Jorite" wise they are just price nre Ih. cheapest you buy. Office: Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 membranj stops throat compoum tract, nc ictoth Nourishing A Rua ir oranas of Hour If liouso- knowledge used in their they give bread, would OR FROM TJp GUI Co., Limited at reallj gog made "ifXc Typewriters ir ieft'pj Bgmtifton, Monarch, Smith- We and Remington Junior ng as machines of all ards Ribbons to fit all makes did not n Carbon, any color or weight HeferrUi in any size, e gives! Typewriter papers, etc. ident 1n? A. J. PASSMORE "On the Salesman for Remington Type- nemy's witDr Max. 79 52 "8 ley got i 81 Si SI S3 60 Min. 3S SS 42 40 41 30 39 49 56 38 nd a oing on -illed I as cover IIARKETS Certalni THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES m to n Winnipeg, Man, Oct _ 1 -Opening Close 107% 109 116 Lethbridfle, clear Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, cloudy Medicine Hat, fair. Prince Albert, cloudy Saskatoon, fair. Moose Jaiv, clear., liegina. dear. irandon, fair. Winnipeg, clear Tim the prairies nas been fine and warm, with some ight frosts In. Alberta. Manitoba and Saskatchewan-line and warm today and on Friday be coming cooler, with local showers CITY AND DISTRICT' for Belgians The Western Canada Agencv has donated 1000 pounds of flour to the Belgian relief fund. Bank Clearings Bank clearings this week amounted to a, against for the same "week Total clearings for September e-e 375 32 For the corresponding month last year Trinity Church Services Sunday Sabbath school at Jib pm e'emng service at 730 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday English in the base ment at 8 00 p m Wednesday Tun ,or CB at 700 pm Frlda% Choir practice at 8.30 p.m. iETHOi langes today were lecember....... y oppoaet TOMMY ATKINS, WAR CORRE- SPONDENT Tommy Atkins Is the ibest war cor- "OTiat he has to say In tell the tale West i for Open 1077a IIOH 117% 132 Closing Cash Prices No IJJorthern......... No 2 Northern...... Ko 3 Northern......... 4 No 5_................ Can- No 2 C ,._ 8 C. TV ..r-. Si No 1 Feed...... No 1 No 3 NO t Rejected Hot Water Bottles and Syringes In bujing sou must depend larfel> on the judgment of the Druggist tor qua its, as erterior appearances would rare h A'ov, Ve buy Syringes from reliable makers only and we use the same care in selecting our stock as we do In.buying drugs. HOT WATER BOTTLES FOUNTAIN' SYRINGES BULG COMBINATION SYRINGES AND MANY SPECIAL SYRINGES Our large buying enables' us to make low prices ALL RUBBER GOODS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited' London, Oct. p. m.-Turk.y, the London Daily Telegraph says it un- derstands, about to make a demand concerning the station of certain Brit- wanhlps with which It would be for Great Britain to comply and It is likely to bring Turkey into the European war. CANADIAN Will Buy Horses Here Monday 120 123 ISOVi 107% 99 a n well crokon and iron, lo S? hands high The horses be purchased at the R. N W 51 barracks. js hanging on to the rear of s, or more likely, he is miles L the field of action Tommj and when tile ac is ahle to render a nt extracts from a Whittaker, of _tht and It Is of 'the V order. He 'he flghtlng 1 he saya: at the t miss Ho them Power 1NW C Cavalrymen Attention TJO cavalry drill the or Eanizatlon of the local squadron held last night, and a large number of .new recmits turned out Major Bur Inett wishes that all uho pre% Musly attended the drills mil turn out Fndai night, as there is to toe. some- thing special The prelimmarj drill is Tractically over now, and the boss are getting an opportunity to shon tome action They Know their places S6% and quick moves are possible t Works for Belgians I is doing its best in th- 47V I efforts made by Lethhndge for the re let oi the Belgians Yesterday after 46M noon a larae nnmber of ladies met Irv Mrs Robert Livingstone to sew, land brought articles to swell those hems made while others took IIC i work home The Triniti church choir Us arranging for a social, the J? of which will go Into tte Belgian Re- lief Fund, and there are whispers of 119U Cooper's Bitter Lick (Medicated Salt Brick) All animals like it. TONIC FEBRIFUGE WORM DESTROYER COLIC PREVENTIVE BLOOD PURIFIER 40c Big Day Will be Tomorrow- All Preliminaries Have Been Concluded Hooray Tomorrow is a halt hoi for' practically cicr Ud m w.ll he at Ilcntorso park tomorrow attcmoon to test 11 rtcength and -wind against his Icl !ou, And not only the bovs The prls will also he there, and 11 the fopcs of the olliuals in charge arc realued, all the parents will he pres- ent, too Tomorrow is the annual Public School Held m capital letters Bierv record now in existence will ho attacked b} the joungltcrs, and il the vim displaced at recent ttyouls does not rclrcat at the crucial mom- ent, some of those same records -sill te smashed Specal street car service wi 1 be maintained from 1 and reduced Jires lor the kiddies will te Elten The sports will start ipromptls at and that means 1 15 not 2 00 Everv event is lined j up to commence on the liot, ard thl, i s 'flre onlv wav in which will I be completed before dark In spite of the lact that no prues are bomg given this ;ear, the chil dren are going lobe out m fulMorce just the sa-ie Tiie interest is as brisL as il each winner was to Hi 'aTmlUon So the sport wil U real [or the contestants are in it to win, not a prize, but honor 2nd the re- spect of their schoolmates The Bright Shield, awarded to the class of girls winning the highest abrogate of points, will be contest- ed for, and the Magrath cup for he School student tvmmng the largest number of points will also he OF COMMERCE HAS mSTALLEP SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXE LODGE TfOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Poli Wheat i Open December May lay Chicago Wheat 116% LOCAL MARKETS Close 108% 112% iooy, 113VS n DWees fell off today as no the'Sse in eastern fig urea; No 1 Northern............ -i No 2 Northern No 3 Northern........ No 1 Red II No. 2 Red......... No 3 Bed 81 No 2 C W........ 18_ o'ther efforts also, among them hems a proposed dance at the end of tins week, or early m iwtt Tveel The camp is determined not to .DO behind others m a work which all feel to oe a tjpe of the highest patriotism Membership Ticket Hunt Wfred Totfie Arthur and Hugh lie llvena and Willie Henderson were he four tacky boys yesterday in thejtre memberstap hunt Tip to going I fficinDfjraUllJ r to press none of the instruction sheets 4 have been found is jour chance' Only two instructions to find, and you get a free ticket Here your cue Instructions No Ticket 1 -At the corner of a certain chool house >ou will find instructions CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral of thelat! Mr. Jno. Oraharn occurr-u of the late Hen netta Graham, betoed wife of Joto Graham, at the Westminster Methc- mst churon, n Wednesday, September 30 at 2 'clock p m The deceased, W no been a resident of this city for IS years, nassed------ iVEnms, September 27, alter lasting several weeks, a, the of 50 years, and is survived by balm StesolVes by the heat the nos parents attend, as the honor of win parLiiLd I Sing meaas more to the child tvhen'noon. The NEAL Treatment for the Ufluor Habit gets quteWy at the root of the trouble, by completely eradicating from the sis torn all traces of alcoholic poisoning It quickly and effectively anc ennblts the patient to return home at the end of three completely mis ter of himself Tile treatment con slots of a purely vegetable compound taken Internally, Md -does not inciudi hypodermic injections It clears th Tiraln, steadlea the nei-vea and restore health and vigor 'The Neal Treat ment for the Drug Habit is as efflc as the