Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TOUR tfbe Ifoevalb HIDerta DAILY ANO WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, por year.___ Duly, by mall, per year...... by mall.; per year....! 54.00 TELEPHONES Easiness Cilice 1252 Editorial Office 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torranco Managing Director Business Manager A8 THE SITUATION. STANDS The obtuse angle, originally formed by the German right wing with its It says. It is true. No more vivid mil thorough report of British operations has appeared than that so wall put together by tho Field Mar- shal In charge of the operations. Virginia's adoption of state-irido prqhlbltlon of tho manufacture and intoxicants brings tho number or such American states up to ton. Tlis others are Kansas, gta, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee and West Virginia. LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD "A largo map of Europe now hangs n tho caMnot room nt Downing street, id I sa'ys a writer in London Truth, "that the meetings otj TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. Out-class cabin, only to Glasgow, and from Glasgow; thlrd-claM, closed cabins, M1.25. FUtos lubjoot to change without notice. SAILING FROM MONTREAL. S.S. "LETITIA" October 3let AH information cheerfully fur. nished by .authorized or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main St., Winnipeg. ANSWER YEI BRITONS FREEI (Addressed to Overseas ho enllV9ned by lecturer, Look! a Kaiser comes to'smite! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914 n the progress, at the war delivered I Sks.ll we main line at a point east of St. Quen- 1 by Lord Kitchener. Being armed tin, has now 'b'een fcent to something with a pointer, he is able to keep his less than 'a right angle. It would ap- pear that'it has been forced back at its northern extremity at Douai east- crly towards Valenciennes. The position held by the enemy's right wing at tho commencement of the gigantic combat which was led to by .the success of the Allies at the Mame river-has now been abandoned, and Is in the possession of th6 Allied forces. It will now. be a superhuman effort on .the part of the enemy to Britons stoop to flight? ye, Britons freol it the foe's eye glows! class well in hand." Wherever there's Shall Britannia brave his blows? a wall there's a map hanging on it Answer ye, Britons free! just now. rattle of Ms chains! Shall we feel their weight and pains Answer ye, Britons free! save ..railway, communication at the-rear'in Belgium. On to Victory is pressing that "con- British army as tho vain- glorious Kaiser expressed it in his proclamation forces. On to vic- tory are pressing thosa gallant troops .which. Bismarck, with true "German military arrogance, said lie would send the police to arrest if they ever invaded Germany. And with them are their staunch and bravo -brothers-in- arms, the French, to whom like praise Is due-to what has been already ac- complished. It Trill ne a marvel of surprises a intrepid combatants do not effect what they intent But we may rely with on the result of the issue. Sir James Whitney was the first Premier of Ontario to die in harness. I Hon. John SonffiUeld Macdonald re- Enstond_, -kind and bra- tired from puDHc life after the defeat of his" :government. Hon. Edward Blake and Sir Oliver -Mowat were _ transferred to Ottawa. Hon. A. S. Ule foe her shore? our aid In vain sho crave? Hardy retired to take a position at island we adore! Answer ye, Britons free! Osgoode Hall, .and Sir Geo. W. Hoss Britain's freedom's shield after the defeat of his ministry, be- Shall it to the foeman yield? came leader ot the opposition for two summoaed ye, Britons free! Shall it find us cowards and Answer ye, Britons free! The Rev. Dr. Carman, whose retire- ment General Superintend enoy of the Methodist Church Is an- nounced, has long ranked as a prom- the iceman's sword divide? Answer ye, Britons free1 BOTHA LOYAL TO THE GORE Louts Botha will ever rank as true patriot. A Boer General, flgh Ing agatnst the British only a fe years ago, he has just shown wha those few years which have into vened between the close of the war and the establishment of British gov eminent in South -Africa have don to develop strong Ues between E6e .and .Briton. When the Commander ia Chief of the South African force gav up position (because of a differ- ence of opinion with the government a difference which shows! .idm1 to Iw unfriendly to Britain in the presen war, General Botha prevented the A Mmt} Jim wfll always fmdWclfe't Schnapps tbo graatesl tonic for the vital 9rgans. Vutly Boparior to ordinary: gin. OttainaJrlt at all Hotels and Ritait. Stortt, Dlttrlbutara THE HUDSON'S BAY Company tho les portage to Grouard Late. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HA8 DMTAUBD i'lcawitue in [fie third regiment of footguards of a boy aged 14% jears. Principal Peterson, McGill Univer- sity, suggests tLat Canadian universi- ties form a regiment that might ulti- mately be prepared to go to the front as representing Canadian colleges Principal Peterson also spoke of the suggested formation of a JfcGHl ment, supporting the idea, and ex- pressed appreciation of the value of OiB officers' training corps. Fifty, members of the 106th rerf. lent of'-Winnipeg, which went as a unit to Valcartier, returned to wtnul. and the arrivals say thera are ne hundred more men on their way The men were dissatisfied wlih the fgiment losing Jts identity in being laced along iwltE other corpa and ;hen were told to or go i--7 .isSTi- liuuie. j ney say -WHS. general dissatisfaction over lit regiment was trailed. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Wnis, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes ______ (UKMiut nrenuinnr APFI.T to Lethbridge Branch T. R, Brymaer, Igr, TI ROYAL BANK OF CANADA IMCORPOMTCO Capital PeM Up Reierro Funds Total, COLLECTIONS Hsrlng 370 Braaetia throughout flit Wat Mu.thk Back for hindling collectfons witsi feconomY and despatch. LONDON. ENO.. OFTKI. NtW YORK AOmeY, .ID.., rgMu ITIKt, LETHBRIDGE J. M. He did the SO in 12 hours, hired a motor- boat and started down the lake. Thirty miles down the propellor broke. He was put ashore and had to walk the 30 back for another boat The second start went better, and he got to. Edmonton, where he was tak- en In tow by Hie Mounted Police, and is said to be today ons of the happy 28 at Fort McNIcol out at the fair grounds. The col. got the story from iiack fox hunter, -which guarantees its veracity-. Not Col. Sam's Poetry Gen. Von Kluck's' :A' strategic diick, As the Allies all very well ken; But Joffre et EVencU Gave (him quite a. wrench When they started a run round tho end. Let MoGraw Walk None tout'. tho Braves-deserve the fare! The gun-ning feviif" is abroad these days, as witness the' activity of the Dominion government patronage com- mittees. Col. Bom ain't.so worse. In fact, the Col. ihas something on the col. when.it comes-to real stirring poetry. in the wrong direction which made it so bad for you Soldiers in adja-1 cent beds laughed at the King's way of describing .retreat inarching, but the man addressed observed confidently, "Our fellows "will change that before they .finish with NESTLING The dove of peace desired to build A nest both stout and strong, And "every nation sent her twigs To help the work along, And German linden, English oak, As tough "as seasoned leather, French chestnut, and the Russian fir Were woven all together. With folded wings in calm coa'tant She 'brooded on the nest, And felt life stirring in ths egg, Beneath her downy breast. Then the shell blow" up and freed Its dark and dreadful culture The frightened dove Alsa, had hatched a vulture. Minna Irving In Life. A CHILD'S PRAYER Dally Mirror: "The tea-room in a seaside golf club was noisy with chattering voices on Saturday evening. Suddenly the ,room became silent, a childish -voice dominating thd noise. Tho child was saymg grace as he had been taught to do at home: "Praise God_ and the British he said, "for our nice tea. 'Amen. Excuse me." KING MADE THE 'I .WOUNDED LAUGH learning that'.many men suffered severe sjrains, and that tho feet ol others ijave way under ithe strain of sevsre King, while vis- iting wounded soldiers In an English hospital, asked one of the latter how much continuous marching he did. soldier replied that, with the exception of ,Tery brief rests, he marched con-' Jnupusly for six days and went sleep- ess nights. "That li very commented his Majesty; "but I eipict It was not only the marching, feat fact tiat you were marching i Be Prepared! The aurprlne experienced it the Declaration War warns ui to be prepared for unforeseen emergencies. 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