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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRI3GB HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 19U e, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, jjer year Daily, by mall, per year..... by mail, per year..... 54.00 3.00 1.00 A GERMAN POSITIVE TELEPHONES Business Ofilcc 1252 Editorial Qfllca 122-1 W. A. Buchanan John Torrar.ce Managing Director Business THE PRESENT POSITION The news that the Allies have ad- vanced as far ns Douai is an item of considerable importance. It indicates that great strides have been made in the plan to encircle the forces of the enemy under Generals Von Khick anil Yon Bochm. Dour.1 is at the northern extremity on which the German right wing rested. Its previous disposition was from Guise io a slightly northwest- erly direction towards St, Quontion. then going north to Feronne and Cam- brai, find on to Douai, protruding itself in the neighborhood of Arra3. This German wing is now driven back easterly to within fifteen miles of the Belgian frontier. It looks as if the turning movement may be accomplished by the. Allies at any hour. MeamvUle strenuous ef- forts are -being made by the enemy to detach the advancing left wing of the Allies, Tvith evidently no success, north of the Oise. In the eastern zone of the fighting the Germans have been driven across the river Niemen, and the Russian The captor (to his superior 'im sitting on a barrel of laser eatm" sausage lite a pig, said 'e was the London Sketch. more, while the German navy holed j Itself up like a ground hog, refusing j to come out to fight under any con- j siderations, making the excuse that; march -towards Berlin may be said to the. British navy was so overwhelm- be making a start PEACE AT THE PRICE OF PEACE All the countries engaged in the if the despatches -published from the different countries are correct, don't want now at anr rate. The London Times voices Bri- tish opinion when it says; "The Allies will go to Berlin to set- tle' accounts, cot to lay waste the fatherland. They will have fins to bay to the German people: j "This worship of -war must cesse and the sword you have forged must be 'broken. "Not until the horsemen of the ga- thering nations ride down "Dnter den Idnden will the German realize fully that their mad dreams of world- rlomtnation are shattered forever- The of civilization will t destroy, >4mt they wilL not destroy women's vir- ;ancient sanctuaries, nor peaceful homes- will destroy-'warships, arsen- als, shipbuilding yards, fortresses- all the iparaphernalla of Teutonic war- fora by iias'been spread. "The of peace should' be, among other things, the reconstruction of new and'more beautiful towns and Tillages upon the ruins of. innocent, .devastated Belgium." 1 sentiment expressed by the Times la the sentiment of the Empire 4-and, we believe, of all those-people throughout the world who are anxious that military autocracy should be smashed to pieces for now and ever- more. This is a. war against war, and peace cannot come until the cause of all friction and conflict in Europe is on his knees willing to yield all to the cause of national freedom and righteousness, j throughout the entire world. ingly larger. Did the British army re- fuse to Sght the Kaiser at his own game against overwhelming .odds? And has the British navy ever refused a call from the German fieet? The New 'York "World set out to draw a parallel, but wound up with a beautiful contrast. An eastern despatch says Col. Sam Hughes has taken to the woods for a couple weeks. "We paly if the trees will understand all he has to say. Lethbridge lost a friend in C. J. Euk- storm. He was a citizen who stood for lus advancement of Letiibrifigq, and he never failed to make use of his means' to help along any cause chat promised to -build up _ "Wuen Lethbridge was looking; for an-andl- ilj In toUhaass ths ;sreat mass meetings for the "Pry Farming Congress, Mr. Eckstorm came- forward and at much expense.erected the audi- torium building on his athletic This was .but one of .the many. public spirited acts by which :hs will be membered. Lethbridge can ill afford to lose -such -men. SIR STANLEY O. BUCKMASTEfi director of the British Press Bureau succeeding P. E. Smith, U.P.; who has been celled to. th.e_front. Sir Stanley is SolicitorrgejieraL. 'ICKEDUPIN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN A NOT A- PARALLEL The New York World, writing of "The British Navy and the Gorman says: "Neither the British navy nor tha German, army has fulfilled the es- travagant expectations of its admir- ers. Although the British fleet iy sheer superiority o? -weight and num- bers, .holds the command of the sea, It has not lived up to its traditions in. offensive operations. Tbo figbt in Heligoland bight was a brilliant piece of work, but the British odfls were so overwhelming that the net results could hardly have been less, and Ger- man eea (power was not seriously cnp- pled by the losses. The British navy, all, its advantages, has done nothing -so daring as the exploit of the German submarines which sank the three British cruisers, and the moral effect of this exploit is much greater than tlie military effect German .army has likewise failed to justify Its peace-won repu- tation "as the greatest fighting ma- chine of all history. The smashing advance of the right wing in thg rash toward Paris wjis a wonderful demon- stration of mobility; tout it led straight to a German defeat in the battle of the and a general retreat all albog the line. German newspapers 'coir oppressively .silent about nach Paris.'" Tlit only difference, though Mr.'Chester..Spearman, 62 years old, a farmer of Richmond, near Ottawa, was gored to death by a bull on his inn. Ivlanrica Kernon, chief, engineer of Australian state railways Is In'Otta- wa inquiring into operating of Can- adian state owned railways. "While playing with matches. Ethel Davis, five years old, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs! E. Davis, of Niagara Falls, 'as fatally .burned. .An order for manufacture of a arge quantity of shrapnel has been eceived iy the Canadian Locomotive ot Kingston through the Do- minion government. Mayor Graham of London, Ont, has arranged .for the transportation and distribution of apples offered by the Middlesex farmers for the use of the poor. _. The city treasurer ol Stratford, haa paid the 'Metropolitan Lice Insurance Company In premiums on policies taken by the city on volun- teers who went on overseas service. Four of the five Belgian commis- sioners who came to America to pro- test to President Wilson against Ger- man atrocities have sailed from New York for home. Three professors at Queen's Univer- sity vere absent at the opening of tbe college. Two have gone with the Canadian expeditionary force, and a German professor resigned rather than be naturalized. The International Comrnisslom which !s examining the condition of the water of the Groat Lakes, with respect to their pollution by -border towns, Is sitting at Windsor. Delegates to the convention of the! It is estimated that Jn the elevators at'Port William and Port Arthur there are bushela of wheat. There is capacity for -'bushels more. J. A. .ex-manages of. the Barton of the: Union Bank at Hamilton, .has been commit- ted for trial on a charge of theft of the hank's funds. Fire did damage to the Extent of to the plant and lumber of the J. D- McArthur Lumber Co. at Lac Du Bonnet. The insurance was 000 on tae lumber; The balance of tho property was not insured. Twenty-four members of the 'Mount- ed police force have been'sent out from Resina headquarterfi-to take up active work at'-Edmonton and Maple Creek. These-- are- selected from among the 5QQ recruits added to the force since the-war broke .but. 3'. N. superintend- ent of the Hydro-Electric-' survey de- partment, and'Engineer .G.'P.1 Hanning have started to sur- vey for-a Hydroelectric railway from Guelph to Toronto.- -The line will be used as a, main-line through western Ontario, and it is-likelyvit ually be -extended as far -west as Windsor. The line: from Guelph to Toronto will ibe-.aa direct as possible, and will pass through Milton.7. kiisseii Cars .Guarantee Quality Value For every dollar you invest in a RUSSELL, you get a dollar of taiigible value. duty cannot add one cent of worth.) You get more. You pay tess. You help develop a Canadian industry. You increase prosperity. The production of Russell cars gives employment to rhen. Requires Canada's _ worth of material yearly. More Beautiful Latest European stream-line bodies. New domed fenders. Concealed door-hinges. Clean running-boards. Double head-lights. Lasting lustrous 0nish. Spsre tires at rear. Full Equipment. Highest quality top. Built-in, ram-vision, ventilating windshield. Demount- able rims. Spare rim. Warner speedometer, dock. Electric horn, etc. Distributes over in wages ...to Canadian mechanics. More Efficient Mora Comfortable Perfectly-balanced cliasses. Long three-' quarter-eliiptie rear springs. Ample wheel- base. Big wheels. Now proven two-unit electric starting and lighting New instrument board (complete control at finger Left side drive. Center control. Quick acting ColHns side-curtains, opening with doors, and adjustable from Beats. Latest-type, long-stroke, high-efficiency engines. Mora power leal weight Saving of fuel, oil and tires. Newest type ignition. Chrome nickle-steel gears anJ shafts. Cleverly designed chassea. Light, strong, heat-treated steels. Full-floating rear axle. Worm bevel gears. Double dust-proof brakes. Very low operative cost per mile. Five reasons why YOU should drive a Russell "Made in Canada" Car: 1st: The highest-quality the lowest price. Sad: Most car Btiut. 3rd: Built of 'finest expert workmanship. Fully guaranteed and backed by servieo stations frod const to coast. in Canadian n Canadian-owned.nnd.operatea' plant. 5th: A vital umik in Canadian success helps to build ap Canadian IB tura blips YOU. Ride in a RUSSELL today. Performance proves iti worth. Agency applications in- 11, vited in open territory Works and Executive Offices: WEST TORONTO and full descrip- Branch..; TORONTO HAMILTON MONTREAL WINNIPEG CALGARY WAR WITH FREE GERMAN "PEOPLE; World has apparently over- looked It, Is that the German army out and fought Jn the open, took and promlwi to Uke sUll American Electroc-Chemlcal and Scientific Society, opens on Get 4tb at Niagara Falls, are begin- ning to arrive. Notice IB 'given that tlio Athabasca and "Grande Prairie Railway Company auply to parliament next session for an act extending the time lor the construction of the railway. Mrs. Henrietta Bennett, mother of R.-B, Bennett, iM. P., Calgary, fs dead at In Hotfewell, N. B. An- other Is wltli''tlie Canad- ian contingent on ViT to the war. (By Sir Arthur'Conan Doyle) There Is a. settled1 and -assured in- ure if we win. There are darkness and trouble if we lose. ButJf we take a broader sweep and trace the mean- Ings of this contest aa they affect others than ourselves, then even great- er, more glorious are the issues for which wo fight. For the whole world stands at a.turning point In its his- one or other of of the soldier or the rule of the now 'pre- vail. In this sense we the masses of the German as some day they will understand, to free them words.ln theFlast.decade which have quoted .across the sea? .Are they not -always the ever recurring words of one ill balanced man? "Strike them with the moiled Leave such a name behind.; you Attila and his Huns." weapons even upon your own flesh and blood at my command.'1. These messages come from this perversion, of a nation's soul. INDIAN? SCATTER I.W.W.'a Had War Paint and Feathers In Days Grlasgox, Mont., Get least, the hand I.W.W. travel- ers, whose differences led to the Wil- ing of four men on Saturday appears ffi o from that formidable military castej e h j w tvhich has used and abused them, effortB oii fte police spending their bodies in an unjust war !braveg from the reservation, deputized and poisoning their minds by every occasion. The Indians were device which could Inflamo them nci3jng a fair at Poplar when the trou- against those who wish nothing out, and many- of them did to live at peace with them. We tight not take the -time to change their for the deep Germany of blankets for their more the Germany of music and. philosophy, usual garb of shirt and overalls bef oro against the monstrous modern aber- .joining in the attack, thereby adding the Germany of blood and of mucu to the ptcturesqueness of the iron; the Germany of which, instead affray. of the old things there. come to us only the rant of scolding eessors with, their Saal reckonings, thsir and their Godless theories of 'Superhuman who stands above morality, and to' whom aU humanity shall fee subservient. In- stead of the world Inspiring phrases of a Goethe or a 9chiller, what the RIFLE PRACTICE AT VAX.CARTIER CAMP One of of renruJta Canadian concentration camp. leBBons in rife practice-.at KAISER WILL DECOHATE FIRST AVIATOR WHO SHELLS OLD LONDON Oct. Dally Call, a new Lqndon paper, Isaued today, printj a dispatch tfro'm its Amsterdam corres- pondent -which sayft that the hu-i confer a'spe- cial decoration, segond class; of the or. derof the Eagle, on the lirat Ger- man aviator to drop explosives on London. WITH THE CHURCH OF ST. PIERRE LEFT ROOFLESS AND HOUSES LAID IN RUINS LOUVAIN IS. UTTERLY DESTROYED EXCEPT FOR THE.FAMOUS TOWN HALL On the left uf the picture is seen the roofless the Vld Gothic Church ot St. Pierre and in tho foreground the ruins ol many picturesque, old flemish houses which have ibeen destroyed. Hotnl da right few Jttia deserted u an pasji In a of dovMUktloo, M (i. WORK FOR ALL If the men and women of Canada will buy nothing but "Canadian-Made" Goods from now to January every "workman in Canada will be employed and the country will enjoy a period of prosperity hitherto un- dreamed of. Canadian manufacturers 'are doing their duty under present stress in endeavoring to keep plants running and men employed regardless of profits. Canadians will show enlightened patriotism, as well is sound business common sense, by buying only Made in Canada" goods, thus building up their ojrn prosperity and looking after those who remain at home, And "Made in Canada" goods offer equal value with those (nade anywhere else In the woHd. Employ Canadian Dollars to Employ Canadian ____-L ;