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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR She ftetalb e, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subtcrlptlon (Ully. delivered, per year.. by mail, per year... Weekly, by mail, per year. TELEPHONES: 54.00 .3.00 1.00 Business Office Editorial Ofllce W. A. Buchanan Managing Director 1252 12 John Torrance Business Manager -Your King and Country Need You Bight Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The close of the first week of the new offensive of the Allies in France finds them still in possession of al the pound they have gained, and r.-ith extended sains in several sec The whole of the Allied lm( en the west has been sraduall; !traighteaed out on a considerably ad ranced front. The most of the Sam have in the Artols and Cham pasne districts. Wuero the French bearing the brunt still of severe fisbt- ing. Advances have also been made in the Verdun district. British forces in the field now to- talling one million, are being rapidly increased. There is a determination to push the new drive to a definite J conclusion. grave situation has developed wltn "regard to Bulgaria." Notwith- Manding the protestations of the gov- ernment of that country that iae in- tention is not war, German and Aus- trian officers are discovered to be go Ing into Bulgaria in large numbers ovidenfiy with the idea ot directing operations against the Allies. The ailied powers are prepared for event- ualities. The Russians have been able to ef- fect a considerable check on the Ger- man advance in the east during the past week, and in some places have made considerable gains. papers, lie, could noi use the pa- vv ot H llatl lo b" rought homo to his parents. That oy'6 gift was more of a sacrifice than uany thousand dollars from a man jf wealth. Another i-aso came lo our attention lie other day. A entitled to draw on the Patriotic Fund, las returned a portion of the money, saying she had secured a lodger and needed less than was coming to her. That woman was not only generous, but a real patriot. She was not pre- pared to accept from the country nore than she really required for her leecls, even though she made H great sacrifice in giving a loved one to the service of his country. Might wo ask, after quoting these incidents: "How many ot us are- real- making a Surely, very few of us have yet done our bit. LETHBRIPCE DAILY HEJtALP MAP ILLUSTRATING BALKAfri SITUATI THE LlNEil SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Sleamor Oct. .Carthaginian.'. Glitgow uct. 'Corinthian London Oct. "Sicilian N8V Pomeranian Nov. .Pretorian Nov. i7_ Carthooinlan Nov. 'Corinthian ut Havre, east and west- 'botind. Carries 3rd-class passengers only. Full Information from any R. R. or SS. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen'l. Nor-West Agent, 364 Main Street. Winnipeg _ _ __ London London Glasoov; Glasgow London SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, .1815 t war, German an are discovered to be go- outn CHILbREN WILL DO THEIS PART War, and all the horrible tales, con- nected with it, always bring gloom to tho children. Brought up in a coun- try where peace has reigned for a cen- tury, they had not thought it was ever possible that Canadians would partici- pate iu armed conflict. This war, however, offers an op- portunity to the'children to cultivate a greater love of country. They know now that Britain stands for freedom and justice, and when they are brought to realize that the defeat of Britain aad her Allies might end free- dom and justice in this land their in- terest in the welfare of the Allies is increased. The movement of the Daughters of the Empire to stimulate love of coun- try amongst Lethbridge school child- ren has very much to commend it. In calling for sacrifice on the part of the The Allocated Board of Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. far Ucal Examinations In Mnsle Music Examinations IMS Opeui (o Ihe PupiU of Temchera ef The annual Eliminations in Practical Music atid Theory will be held throughout be by October Aft'exhibition -rawe about offered also 3 C.old and j Silver M.daU. Svllabus Music for the examinations and all particulars may be obtained ou applica- tion to M. WiraG atVIS. (Rrildeul Secretary lor Parents and Teachers vlEhlpg lo enter their pupils for these eiammations should communicate with the Secretary a t once and 6 FROM THE OR I-EN.T. TO YOUR TEA-TABLE THE FRAGRANT AROMA SECURE IN THE SAFETY OF THE SEALED "SALADA" PACKAGE tile war is over, and the dove of peace settles on HE, young men will return to their oraipalious, ami those that do not will live for ever in the incin- orv of Ihe deeds of Canada. This fair land let it lead1 the world in the honor of men at the from, for the overthrow ot the accursed German militarism, and the only way will be the recruit- jing office on I Yours truly. the, Germans attackiiis Seiibia Is the railway to uonsiaiiunum.: which, by Bulgarian co-operation, and reinforcements could be taken to the Turks. JUSTICE HYNDMAN'S SENSIBLE DECISION Justice Hyndmaa, in suspending sentence upon a man found guilty of horse-stealing in order to allow him to go to the front, displayed good judgment Had the man Seen sentenc ed to a term in the penitentiary he been a charge upon the country By being allowed to serve his country, the man squares flimsel with the law While it is not punish meat oy any means to go and natde on hehaU of one'i country, yet it en an individual to meet his ohliga tions., It will do the man good, too Jtfihtary service is a great disciphl anan, and are sure this man wil come back a much better citizen than if he had served a term in prison. I lie gives up his life, ha will meet i much death than he 1iket would had he remained in Alberta t come out of prison and possihly re main nntil death with a. stigma tnat people seem to he too eager to place upon a man who has sinned and suf- fered. ag a course that in after years will e a source of pride to the children f men and women of to- jorrow. Too yosag to take an active art in the defence of the Empire, hese children when they grow up will remember this awful war and will raise the memory of the Alexander 5alt Chapter of the Daughters of the Umpire in giving them an opportun- ty to serve in another way. In en- ihling them to contribute their mite provide .comforts for the soldiers, he_ JDaughters of the Empire have made it possible for the children to _isist in hacking up the soldiers who are fighting so that freedom and jus- tice shall be retained .for_these men aad women of tomorrow. It is best that the children should make a sacrifice. 'Parents can help in this movement. Let tiem employ the children at some task, and pay tiem for it, no matter how small thr gratuity. Ont of this money the child can make his gift to the fund to provide comforts, for the soldiers. I is better that the contribution shouli be a sacrifice. It will be a good les son for the child. In after years th boys and girts will be glad that they gave up the nickels that might have gone to buying candy to help their country in its hours of trial. Edward Juneau, who had been in Alberta 40 years, died at Edmonton, aged 80 DICKED UP IN ASSJNGCZZ1 FOR THE BUSY MAN R W Easor, formerly sergeant oi at SUttler and for a "short time chief of polite at I-.d- monlon, returned from Calnorma and joined he 55th at Calgary as lieu- tenant. He had four brothers already enlisted, and one killed in action. Brvce M Stewart has hesn ap- pointed statistician of. the Dominion Department oi Labor, in succession to Mr. Robert H. Coates, now Chief Census Commissioner. Windsor Walkerville. and Sand- wich representatives decided to ask the provincial Government to form a Commission to control various utilities in the three towns The City Treasurer oi the opinion that ,Geo. Craig, a tormer Winnipeg Ald- erman, is dead. Winnipeg uses an average of 100 gallons of city water a day. People's Forum 'Fifth street South. WM. SCOTT. 0! the opimuu v. svslem of paying taxes should he done away with in that city. Kerrobert, Sask., an auctioneer assaulted an editor because the lat- ter hinted that the iornrer ran a gambling joint.- 'Hie editor ftot a broken nose and two__black eyes, and the auctioneer a fine. Rev R L. McTavish. at JIooso Jaw welcom RAZORS FOR THE SOLDIERS To the Editor of The Herald: have received through the kindness of McKay of the West- ern Canada Agency, a box of razors collected in your city, and which we understand, through Mr. McKay, .your paper has. to a great extent helped very materially. I trust, however, you will accept my airre luwua. thanks for those efforts which, I am Calgaiy is sure, will be appreciated by the auth. orities, and go much towards the health aad comfort of the troops at THE SOLDIER'S SWAGGER STICK (Dundee IU is one of Ihe regulations of Hie British army that every soldier wneu walking out must carry in his hand a stick, in order to preserve a soldier- y appearance and prevent anything like slouching in his sail. This rule applies to all ranks, and should any one seek to evade it he would find his progress barred by the sentry at the barrack gale or entrance to camp. Privates generally carry light canes or "swagger non-commission- ed officers fairly stout sticks, and of- e ocers ficers invariably go in for the more ms often been asked: "Who first suceestcd Ihe But nobody items to know. From the earliest limes drill sergeants and tiruni majors have carried sticks, and the fashion may have come from that (act. sol- diers, as a rule, buy tholr own aliens, but in one or two regiments a recruit is nroscntcd with one when he guts his" uniform- If this gets jost, how- ever he has to buy Ihe next and sub- sequent ones. There is a aton' told of n soldier who one day couldn't find his cane, and knowing he would challenged if ho didn't, have somc- thliiR in his hand, quietly iiicketl up a mln poker. n and passed through the gate all right with it In his fist expensive kind. insalment It is a question that HIGH RIVER BOY TO SERVE Toronto, Ont.. Oct. Har- vey, son of H. E. Harvey, chief super- intendent' of Dominion parks at Ed- monton, passed his final tests for (ho naval air service here today and left for Ottawa tonight. His home is at High River. Alta. He Is a graduate rllgn luvti, ivini. of the Western Canada College at Cal- a brakemaa on the in the Montrose John E. Swarti, for many years proprietor oi the Queen's Hotel iVingham, died suddenly. Owen K. Shugf M.C.U., was kill-- vards at Niagara Falls. The bodv oi Oristweii uacots. wao. was drowned while crossing the river at Sarnia, was recovered. Mrs David McLennan, of Stratiord, mother of Prof. J. C. MeLennan o! Toronto University, is dead. Gueinh has decided to drop the in- surance on the lives ot the soldiers who left with the first contingent. Since the outbreak of the war 31 u..i members oi the Regina City Hall the i.O.U.E. Football Club have joined the colors, in pa Perry, of Woodstock, for child Jaw, saio nc scriution, "because those most Jit-ted, at i for particular work would be put in their proper place." School Children To 'Do-Their Bit During this we'et Mrs. Gy W. Roh- son fegent of the Alexander Gait n 0 D. E., and r'rmnt I 0 D. E., an BucCan, M P., addressed the.pupik of all the schools in the city in. be- of half of a movement o he ea an co the front, although no matter what we do here, it is really very little in com- parison with what those men are do- j ing for us. You no doubt, will be pleased to know that already I have received ov- er and now hope, to increase the number to Again thanking you for your inter- .est in this, matter, f remain. Yours truly, THOMAS B. LEE. Toronto, Ont., Sept. 27. OPPOSED TO CHURCH UNION To the Editor of The Herald: a few weeks now, keen will be the arguments in Presbyter- ian homes on the question of union with ..the-Methodists and Congrega- the equally important question of separating from the Pres- byterians who firmly intend to keep their ciiuroh. alive distinctive or- ganization. Those in favor of union dwell on the vaster size of the new organiza- OF CANADA A Comprehensive Banking Service _ _., _ h hool the u ,t ter and great- er wealth: its broader oasis and its Tho Union Bulk not only gives its customers every form of service which a Bank can render-It ako offers the decided advantages which com. from a network of Branches, 320 in number, covering almost every part of Canada. May we serve you? B. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting M.n.g.r THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE .mteenmin- The ratepayers oi Warkham w vote on the waterworks extension bj- law. The cost of all the work is LETHBRIDGE MUST KEEP DOING ITS BIT Lethbndge did well this -week The enlistments for the 82nd were better than had been expected, and "Major Morfltt and Lieut Taylor, splen- did officers, go away with, a kindly feeling toward the city There are many youns men still lelt, and there should be no difficulty in filling UD the ranks of the Field Battery with "recruits from the city. The call for men will he frequent, even after the Batteir has been re- cruited, and no man will nave the op- portunity of saying that he did hear the call ot his Country his King. Every young man aliortd decide without delay whether ht is acting wisely in holding back from service. Jf he persists m this course, be .will regret it in the jears to: come. INSTANCES OF REAL SACRIFICE Men and women are njaking many sacrifices to help Canada at this crit- ical time. It a period of sacrifice We must luxuries, and set aside all we possibly cm to support our owe at the front In that will be to feel that we 414 our in upholding the Empire ween it WM undergoing its greatest tut. Mmny of real sacrifice eotae to our attention We heard Sir Herbert Ames relate the stirring in- eMrat of the Toronto newsboy who, uwble to in cash to the BLOODSHED AND POPPIES (From the Manchester Guardian) There is a- brisk discussion in Prance between tho scientific people and the sentimental, tradition-loving jeasants It has been noticed that ill 'tho battlefields ot northern France where blood "was shed last year are awave with red poppies, which grow everywhere and border all the roads. The peasants see in it the aftermath of the Mood shed in the fights of last autumn. Scientific men point out that it is merely the result of the fields being thrown out of cultivation. at least, the peasants have tra- dition on their side. The dreadful battle of Landen in 1693 when the victorious French and the defeated Allies left on the field between them some -twenty thousand dead, produced a similar phenomenon. Lord Perth, -writing to his sister in the following summer, described the appearance :of the Held in words which gave Macaulay an opportunity for a characteristic flight. "During many months the ground was strewn with" skutis and bones of horses and t broader outlook. Those who oppose union tell of the effectiveness of the distinct denomina- tions, and look with huge combines "in restraint of three outstanding arguments against church union are: First, the pointing of ministers, and third, the ii the enemy nations were victorious, dropping out of such a fine document side him at St. Mary's. Three midway places _. Falls out by indignant havo the Falls were.cieaiieu uuu Dose oi rjie movement ,iu soldiers. ilVwas claimed that tne their mite each dice for their.games .were.all loaded them more William Box, aged SI, ana 'nought jn the Uan. o( theit coun. to be the oldest Oddfellow in un-; f [d inspire them .to make j? oi common Jrffices jn years, they would ice lor William Box, aged SI, and thought to be the oldest Oddfellow in in point of length oiconnretic with the craft, died at M. maiy i regret. It would, develop wm cauge Harry Duclos, of lovc Of country. The contrihution those who arglle fttTor of union can inspector tor the Cedar Rapids small so .that each i roamns than vet have cr Company, was killed while d s ThC; mo-loy be one of the towers .'just to patriotic causes. as the Shorter Catechism from the in- struction of our children. If union carries, litigation and con- sequent hitterness, will be intensified, Re-adjustment is at. best a slow pro- cess, and in country places, the ques- tion of which building shall be .used CAPITJO, RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the Discount and collection of sales notes.. Blank we supplied free of charge on application. LetKkridge Branch R. T. Biyniner, Mgr cause great friction. Unless Patriotic Fund, placed a street car Ucket In the donation bot Now, this boy, In jiving up the car ticket, made a rwl sicflflce, for it meant he to walk several to his home many hours of work, sell- men The next summer, the soil, fertilized by twenty thousand corpses, broke forth into millions of poppies The traveller who. on the road from St. Tron to Tirlemont, saw- that vast sheet of scarlet spreading from Landes in Neenvinden could harclly that the figura- tive prediction of the Hebrew prophel was literally accomplished, and thai the earth was disclosing her blood and refusing to cover the slain." SHORTAGE OF SHIPS ON GREAT LAKES Winnipeg. Man., Oct. C. Cole- man, assistant general manager of the C.P.R., and C. Murphy general .super intendent, loft this morning tor Fort William, to investigate the grain handling aystem there. The grain is baing moved rapidly all over -tire line and is piling up at Fort William, as Vessels cannot be secured fast enough to cars as they arrive. R 0 McNflllle, assistant general paiienger agent for the C.P.R., left yesterday for Calgary on a trip of in- ipectlqn. tion" at present occupied by trailer F. J. G. He-Arthur. tions in these each month. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder In every instance where you use Blue Ribbon goods you save money. They go further and to coit It" any 3 can of Blue Ribbon Coffee and Bakinj Powdtr when next In your The retult is iure to 8eld with a money will who argue in favor of umoi _ O.ve better reasons than yet have been produced, the result is not worth the effort and agitation of the last 'W J J. 0. WATTS. Medicine Hat, Alia., SepL 30. APPEAL TO BORN YOUNG MEN To the Editor of The Herald: estimate the percentage >f Canadians and public of Lethbridge at 7 per cent. Seemingly, the born Canadian is a bit backward at flght- ng for his King and Country. Leth- iridge young men, Canadian-born, should follow the lead of the Hender- son boys and Joe Gillespie. The motto 'Vour King and Country Need has appealed to these three young men; then why not to the rest of the Lethbridgfrborn. Young Canadians, heed Kitchener's call for more men. We have a few prominent families .j town that have no representatives with the colors. The glorious name of the Princess Pats should he Kept up by the traditions of Canada. Under German rule, Lethbridge young chaps have the free will to fight, but would be dragged to it. Why should-the. British-horn population of Lethbridge be leaders in the quelling of the German Might The name sounds bad an a germ for the destruction of the Island power that stands In its way. Let every young man take heed to the signs' on the recruiting office. A victorious Hun will mean the trampl- ing of our national traditions and honor. Let Lethbridge lie a leader in the march of progress of the British Empire. British rule the world over, Is our motto, and will it be got by the young Canadians No. let Lelhbridgc families turn out iU quota-of horn .Wfcon Established over Forty-one YeatVs THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The of Banking (jet the Savings Habil. Highest CurrentRates Allow- ed, 'and Interest Compounded Halt-. Yearly on Deposits. We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT L E T H B RID G E B R A N C H G. F. BLETCHER, ZSS, 13th Slr.et N. An Experienced Executor The administration of Will calls for wide experience in-financial and conimercinl matters. Tins Trust Company offers you Ihe experienced services of a hotly of successful husiness men. They have every quplificalion for the perfect administration of your Will. Write for our booklet on 'Wills.' THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE ;