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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtTH fcetbbrfoge tieralb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year..... mall, per year...... SVeeUj-. by mail, per year..... IHK LETHDRIDGB DAILY HERALD 54.05 S.OO 1.00 TELEPHONES .Business Ofltce 1253 Editorial Office.............. 122) W. A. Buchanan John Torranco Director Business Manager HOW THE; SITUATION LOOKS There is nothing to the contrary to indicate that the flanking movement 'by the Allies, on tie enemy's right, is in any seriously interfered with. Stretched as the manoeuvring is now northward up to Cambrai, almost reaching the extremity the Garman line at Douai, its position be- comes one of hourly danger to the foe. This forward alignment in- dicate that the movement of encircl- ing is made pretty sure at the end of the German right which had been resting on. Guise. In spite of violent German attacks :to delivver their right wing from the grasp of the octopus, slowly but firm ly spreading out its warlike tentacles, the Allied lines stand invulnerable, with a grim determination to success- fully bring to an end what they start- ed to accomplish. The sorties made by the enemy are apparently in the nature forlorn hopes. Surrender, annihilation or retreat, -it cam be effected in time, appears the army, of General Buck is Printed on strong bond paper; tables giving strength pf and navies, amount of war debt, grain production, area, population and statistics of real interest. Free to subscribers sending in renewal sub- scriptions for 3 months or over to The Leth- bridg-e Daily Herald. faced to unwillingly decide upon, or ;tb fbe forced to a decision. Of im- Imediata results the public are wisely in the dark, and not until the movement is consummated with success may we hope to get the definite news. 'ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN The provisional appointment of H J. TriUey, K.C., as lieut-col. to com- mand flic 55lh regiment, the new Irish corps now .being organized in Mont- real, has been recommended to mil- itia headquarters. John Miller, the 25 rear old cashier ef-the-Dominion Express Co. in Otta PATRONIZE EMPIRE FIRST The statement, has appeared in. the heavy purchases of horses for the British anny is being made in "the United States. Th-is may fee ne- .cessaryv but we have been advised by 'men. who are closely In touch with -suppliers horses in the west that there are still to be had plenty of horses suitable .for army purposes, Tfaa Hon. Duncan Marshall makes a statement that Alberta can supply from to -10 000 horses >for cavalry and artillery purposes "This being the case, we feel it is only vright that parts of the Empire should first consideration when pur- chases are being made for the British army. It has'been stated that nearly every farmer in the devastated dis tract south and east of Ixsthbridge could supply fit least one. horse suit- able for army purposes. Purchases made just now in that country would be of great Ibeneflt to the farmers, and ft la to be hoped that the remount officers will continue making pur- chases in Western Canada In our the ..Western Canadian field should be thoroughly exploited foeferSt a supply of horses is sought for dn wa, who on August 7 disappeared, leaving-his accounts short was arrested -by the Nevr York City police. The. annual convocation of West- minster Hall, Vancouver, gave the de- gree of doctor of divinity to Rev. Rl J. Wilson, Rev. J. M. Millar (Edmon- ton) and Rev. Prof. C. G. Patterson, San 'Ansehno, CaL -MonElsnor Robt Hugh a leading: Boman Catholic prelate in England, says every Catholic in the world, should, be advocates of the cause of -the Allies who reuresent1 'truly. Christtah principles against re- erubescent paganism." Bear-Admiral Heifoert TVInsIow, TJ. j N., retired, Is dead at Florence, taly. He was In command of tern at .the battle of Santiago, and landed the first detaphment TJ. S. marines at Taku, .uprising. Bishop Clarfe 'has made the follow- ing appointments in the Anglican Dio- cese of Niagara, OnL: Rev. Vf. Siun- iiel. rector of St. Stephen's church, Mount Hamilton; Rev. A H. Francis, Port Maitland, rector of Cayuga; Rev. Dr. rector at Port Maitland; Rev. W. S. -Weary, rector at Arthur. Col W. E. Gordon, of the Gordon Highlanders, and aide-de-camp to King George, who has twice unoflicial- iy been reported kflled, is a prisoner in Germany and Is In good health. This' message to.the British war office through the am- bassador James W. Gerard. ouch inspection of the famous struc- ture. A despatch to the London Star from Petrograd, says that among the niarkabls war trophies at Is the stock of Emperor Will lam's famous pedigree cattle and stal lions, captured by the Russians from the emperor's estate at Rominten, in East They were taken to Moscow aud presented to the Russian Agricultural Institute for, distribution among agricultural breeding agents. The war office, has cabled th6 milt Ua department at Ottawa asking how many fianriel shirts per week all the mills in Canada can turn out in the next ten weeks, and how many wool- len blankets can supplied under the same conditions. A request has also boen received for pairs of shoes at short notice. The Central News Agency has re- ceived the following despatch from Rome: "A message from Berlin says the general staff, having agreed to the complete official lists of prisoners, has ound It necessary to admit that the otals already announced were erron- lous. The aggregate number of pris- oners in German hands is now reduc- ed from to of whom are Russians." A despatch to the Exchange Tele- graph 'Co. from Antwerp says that Dr. Carl Liabknecht, the German Socialist leader, is touring Belgium, and is vis- iting .Louvain, Tirlemont, Aerschot, -Mnant and Namiir. In an interview, according to the Dr. -iiebk- necht BRid-thathe.and 13 other-'Soc- ialist Deputies tirlhe Reichstag voted against the war creoruf against the war. He is also quoted as FRIDAY, OCTOBER London, Sept, Indian con- tingent which Lord lUtchwier said was coming to tabo part'in the cam- paign on tho cqatinout has special tho ambulance .department of the Order of St, John of Jerusa- lem has been by the- Sec- retary ot State for. India', to organ- ize a supply of-comforts and stores Tor them while thoy are nt the front Transferred suddenly to a climate to which they arc unused, aafi fight- ing in a territory whose population is not acquainted with their habits, they naturally will ba per- sonal disadvantage. Hence the vigor- ous work which is being done by St. Ambulance Association, which will publish a list c-E articles men at the earliest possible opportun- ity. These will include cardaimon, cloves cinnamon, sugar, candy, candied co- coanut, tobacco aud cigarettes. Pan and betel (a species of pepper, the leaves of which the Indians chew) indispensable to an Ijidrah, are diffi- cult; to obtain. An liuiian on going to rest rccjuires, first, a long muffler envelops for .his hea-d and neck. With this lie does not seem to- feel fche cold on his tody, alMiough, of'course, vests and warm underwear are iieod- JAPS GETTING CLOSE TO KAIO CHAU London, Sept. Japanese oc- cupied all the high ground outside Tsiug Tau of government of the Serman commission ot Kiao Chau) overlooking the German main line, of lefeu.ce, before noon c.i Monday, says a statement given uui. iiV iiie official news bureau tonight The communi- ation continues: "They began an attack on ancetf position Xoiir kilometres (2% niles) from the enemy's main Una of awa. In a spirit of fierce fire from and and sea they drove the enemy rom his position." The artistic ibeauty of the cathedral of ReljnB, suffered in the Ger- man bombardment of that town, can never be restored is the opinion of MANY FRENCH CANADIANS VOLUNTEER There has been considerable com- ment upon the statement that only a French Canadians had rolnnteer- ed for service in. the first contingent Press despatches had given the idea that there were about five hun dred French Canadians in the entire first expeditionary force. Colonel Sam Hughes, Minister of 'Militia, Is a speech at Ottawa the other day made it clear that the rFreuch Canadians formed quite a good sized portion of the first contingent, as he satd that there werft men of French Canadian birth in the force. All of thesp men did not come from the province of Quebec, it is true, bu were all French Canadians from Quebec and other provinces of the Do- minion. men is a pretty respect able showing for this race, and If a .fall regiment of French Canadians i raised for the second contingent there be no reason to dispute the pal rtotism pt this element of our popula tlon. bavins declared that he will inform Ills countrymen of what he has seen in Belgian towns. An Ottawa despatch to the Montreal Star "The-'buBineas program submitted to-parliament at'its next session, "is learned, from official circles very 'brief and devoid of contentious It iT anticipated, in consequence, .that the session will be.unusually regard tp the conditions which obtain because the Empire is at .war. In'con- sequence of this, If a session begin- ning tlie first of November would have any chanee EWFOUNDLAND INCLINED TOWARDS CONFEDERATION Sept.' in wenty years has-there been alk in press circles and by de of confederation- with the Dorain- as there Is at present A grow- ing majority Is in favor-of aking the question .a really serious olitical issue Jn j.he islarfd. t_ ,WithIn 30; ex- ports Have-: grown" from tq in tie same proportion, and her revenue from one to four millions...The.material pros- perity of the pepplg.- has been en- hanced in a degree. Four of the .Canadian in the.first contingent'-saw service in South Africa. .Coli Turner particular- ly _distinguished himself In ;'Africa, when he won the-Victoria Cross and the D. S. O. saw service In both? the .Northwest Rebellion and South Africa. Col. lyiacDonnell'.was with the 2iid Canadian Mounted HTegi; ment in South Africa, winning a D. S. O. for bra very. Buretall was I 'he new Continental A style for young men. .Note the wide collar and lapels, narrow shoulders, snug-fitting body lines and mode of buttoning. An exclusive 20th Century Brand production. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS The 2 MS KIRKHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, McGuire fjrora where he made a thor- Do you notice the Ottawa govern ment economy isn't interfering will any Conservative appointee? Just now the axe li of greater ser Tioe In than the sword 01 those who want jobs in the public service. The C. V. R. is giving a lot of men these days in Its gravel JJU. This will help. The Canadian Facile is to commended (because ttt motive la to help the unemployed as usual" is the motto .h'Enfland sod In many parts of with the Dominion govern- ont the position 11 "Business Is rot- if time to reduce ex- lopping off the Grits and WtM tick UD there will tor own i without to VTCTROLA IV, Oak OUR Victor Victrolas is complete; We also have over Victor llhHrds, including all the latest Modern Dance Music, Bri- tish War ISltaland Regimental Marches. Visit our Victor Dept today and malBgour selections. M ASCII RISCH LTD. 404 Eth St. South. 21 Western Branches Phone 791. Sold on easy payments (as low as per week) if desired. Go to any "His Maker's Voice" dealer in any city or town in Canada and he will gladly demonstrate this wonderful ment to you. Vicftor Records are 90c for ten-incb; double-sided. Ask for free copy of the new edition of our Musical Encyclopedia lifting over 5000 Victor Records. All Vidtor Records are made in Canada Patronize Home Erodudls BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE COMPANY Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS ALL THROUGH THE DOMINION WANT A BOUNTY FOR COYOltS INTRODUCED Edmonton, Cot 1. A delegation of President rom. the Alberta association of loc- al ImproTement districts and rural municipalities had an interview -with he Hon. Wilfrid Ganepy, minister of lunicipalitics, with reference to a. umber of resolutions which were assed at the iliKi annual convenlior f the association, held at Calgary 11, aif ilarch. aeltaation consisted I land lock, Vice-Pj YoungBtown i Nicol, I Red Icod, mei mlltee. The ers of Greenfield, West- it Jr H. Lamb, i.-Treas. James JIc- and W. P. Code, W. Bright, Mac- executire com- tmcnt was askod to deal with V.f following matters of noxious weeds act so as it the duty of owners, oi destroy, all wceilt Clianl growing on road allowances up to the middle of the road. Renewal of the bounty. Amendment of clause 30 of Sec. Ifll of the rural myniclpality act, so as tp permit the distribution poison for the extermination of gpphers on va- oant lands, or upon lands where the occupant refused to dis- tribute such poison. 1 WANT MONTHLY REPORTS The government of Alberta to ar- range Witt the Dominion "government whereby all rillngs upon and aban- donment of lands, shall be .reported monthly to respective local im- provement districts munici- palities, and' to make ii the'duty .of the land titles olfictvto notify all secretaries concerned, of all rcgistra- s of patctits and change of titles of ownership of'land. That all arrears of taws be regis- tered, and no certificate be granted until all outstanding taxes be'paid. That the fence law he not opera- tive within.any, municipality having It bylaw restraining animals from running at large, unlcs? the majority oi the people by r'efciendum vote V1CTROIA XVI Tb vAuum b; which ill mmal ;