Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHB RIDG E D AILY HKR A TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, letbbrfoje iberalb 'JUiiJiKiDije, Blbcfta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Rates: Daily, delivered, per year.. Daily, by mail, per Weekly, by umil, per year. TELEPHONES; Business Oftlce Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Managing Director S.tlO 1.00 1252 1224 John Torrance Business Manager Vour King and Country Need You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Russian ultimatum to Bulgaria threatening tie breaking of diplo- mntlc relations unless German officers in Bulgaria were sent packing, and the massing of Teutonic forces on the Battary next' week. If (no call Is hufded, the baltory could bo recruit- ed ill 4> long to9 Shirking1 the to duty Is a stone to dislojalty Let every abie-bodloil hefhbridge mfin, qualified and m a portion to go: !iw Ihe front, join the ran lie of UM The Bank of Commerce it closing its branch at Mirror, Alta. Mr. John Bell, one of Peterboro's oldest citizens, died at the age of 78 years. Francis W. Field, late regittrar at deeds for West Northumberland, died at Cobourg, aged 80 Charles Chve Baglev, of Moscow, Russia, has been appointed British consul-general at New York. Hubert Wheeler, a young plumber :of Cfananoque, died as a result of be- ing hit on the head by a baseball The First Baptist church at Mocss Jaw decided to give a call to Kev, R... McGiU, B.A., of South Ed- monton. Medicine Hat collected in taxes during September, exceeding the figures for tte same month last year The death occurred suddenly of Fred F. Wood, a lifelong resident Niagara Falls. He was 55 years ol ag-. Rev. Dr. J. L. Campbell, of. Bos- ton; Mass., has assumed the pastor- ate of the. First Baptist church, Van- couver, lie is a Canadian by birth Garnet Hughes, onlj son of Sir Sam Hughes, is the youngest brig1- adier-gfcicral m the British ami} being only 33 oi age George Packard, 7C, was kill- ed -hy a Michigan Central freight train'at Niagara Falls while walking on the tracks with ais wife, going to visit their son .Most of. the hotelkeepers and retail liquor men in Ottawa have agreed not to icrve men m military uniform ai ter October 1 with anything stronger than lagers. or ales. The attendance at Renfrew Colle- giate institute has suddenly advanc- ed to about 300, rendering the en- gagement of a tenth teacher impera- and the securing of more room It. is understood that Maj6r Sam Sharpe, M.P., of North .Ontario, is to given a command in the over- LOOKING -AHEAD Reuter dispatch from Amsterdam says'a Bertin tele- gram announces, that Ejmperor Wil- liam has decided; that the uniform of the German army in peace times shall time of Tvar with the JOE MARTIN UI8ERAL CHOICE iN CARIBOO Vancouver, B.C.-. Oct., 4-r-J.oe Mar- tin got the LiberaKnomlnation for the Federal house at a con- vention held Saturday afternoon at Ashcroft has ds- cided to stay in L name as a 'possible candidate in Commons to go on active service. The. commission appointed by the B. C. government to visit various States and cities in the United States and .Eastern Canada to gath- er information about the working of compensation acts for the guidance of the goTernment. consists of J. H. McVety, representing the trade un- jons, .and selected by the Trades and LabOi- Congress of Canada, Mr. Rob- ertson, of the firm of Robertson Hackett, representing the employers, and Mr. A. V. Pineo. departmental solicitor in the attorney pcnernl's of- fice, representing the governn cut Tbe Best Remedy For M Ages and proven so by thousands upon thousands of tests the whole world over, is the famous family medicine, Beecham's Pills. The ailments of the digestive organs to which all are from which come so many serious sicknesses, are corrected or prevented by Try a few doses now, and you will KNOW what it means to nave better digestion, sounder sleep, brighter eyes and greater cheerfulnesB after your system has been cleared of poisonous impurities. For children, parents, strand- parents, Beecham's Fills are matchless as a remedy Worth a Guinea a Box Bctthun. St. LucHfii wish is that the truths imparted to vour class iron; the Hook of'Life will The Africans! go with the members all their lives up frightfully j ami make them useful ineii .and wo- men -ju'-Mihc i In giving you this little gift as a remembrance we' do -so' with our heartfelt wishes for a happy and prosperous -life. Signed on Lehalf of.Neighbor View Sunday school, Herman Starner, Jessie Lane. Dear Miss Brydon is with a feeling oi sinn-ru regret that we, the pupils and friends of Chin Coulee school disttict "are gathered together this evening. realise now when the time hasl come to sa> "good-bye" jutt much we will miss you in our lives. You have come amonesfc-us and have been one of us, sharing alike our joys and our misfortunes, and we feel that! in lostn? "ou from our school yourj place will not easily be filled, In the school there has been that sympathy given to all pupils fact that shows the true leadicr. Thus the children have made splentfiil 1 progress, enough to gladden the, hearts of all parents, and more still, to have helped to raise the thoughts of the children to higher things, leav- ing with them a better ideal m hfi1 Coming to jour duty in all Kinds of weather, in extremes of heat and cold, you have been to us a lesson in faithfulness As a friend, we have hezn glad'to. welcome >ou to our homes, knowing that you appreciated to the utmost the simple efforts at entertainment I this prairio life afforded. ask you to accept this, gift, hop- ing it may remmd >ou of the many pleasant hours we spent to- gethei. In wishing you Godspeed we pray; that in whatever lot >our life is cast, peace and prosperity'may he yours. Signed in behalf 'of Chin Coulee school district. A J Halverson, sec treas Helen Johnson. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. WOU, Title Deeds, Martpges, Inmranee Polkfaif in MM UMM I IJHATKW t LetKbridge Branch R. T. Brymnef, Mgr LOT OF OIL LEASES WOULD LAPSE Calgary, Alta., Oct. is a general opinion among the oil men of Calgary .that the government Intends to collect'one-half, tho regular annual fee provided for hy law In respect to oi! leases. That would mean 26 cents per acre Instead of 30 cents, as pre- scribed by statute. H has been the general opinion that another extension of .time would be tho Dominion government, but the latest report la that the one- half of the fee will.be asked for1.. If true, it will mean the relinquishing of oil leases, which, in coat hundieds of thousands, perhaps mil- lions of dollars v ARREST SUSPECTS Hrantford, Ont., Oct. Bight Aus- triana were arrested yesterday, as they wero about .to takij a radial ear out of the cliy. The n.en, it Is be-' Moved, were making an to lret out of the counfr> nnd back to j Austria 'o fight Tlioy wc'e locked I up, probaWy wii; ba jnterncd. 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