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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE Jktbbrtbije Deralb Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per year. Daily, by mail, per year.. Weekly, by luail, per TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Managing Director 14.00 3.00 J.ul) 1252 John Torranct Business Manager Your King and Country Need ijl You Right Nov.' wROUND THE CIRCLE pOF THE WAR Russia lias broken off relations with wliich expected as a re- of her ultimatum that Bulgaria jomist send away German officers in jjier armies, and a declaration oC war feis expected today. This has been one titvay of forcing; Bulgaria's hand. She ijias been mobilizing her armies, and the excuse of armed neutral- ity, but her bluff has no.w been called. Presently the war cloud will burst rover all the Balkan states. This is'in-. ivitable, and the Allies are preparing already to strike against -Bulgaria, nd aid Greece in defence or offense .gainst this state, by the landing of troops at Saloniki. The Greek rgovernment yesterday had a Eight" in to sustain itself in tie ac- of these troops, but the gov- ernment was suppported strongly in Jits stand, which is in favor of the Al- llies. Rumania may be expected to giafee a similar stand. On the Russian front the entire campaign has practically been ught to a halt. Some attribute as a result of the pressure of the hRve the sraatest opportunity of any i class in the community to Inculcate in the hearts of the coming genera- tions a true love of citizen- ship that will be eager to defend the country if It is citizenship willing to make sacrifices for great do not want .to teaoli rather, we should make, our children abhor war, but lu doing so we must avoid creatiug thorn into molly- coddles. We don't want a citizenship iu the future that would rather be trampled upon thau defend, even with the sword, principles for which tholr ancestors, foi'sht and bled, so that would not be loflt to us. We a virile citizenship. We want men anil women who will think enough of country to sacrifice even their lives that the country should never suffer at the bands of a great bully, like Germany of today. Truly our teachers are the mould- ers of our citizens of tomorrow. They should aim to discharge the responsi- bility placed upon them, so that fut- ure generations will bless them for their services to their country and mankind. on the west front In France, the French have made further gains, but the British forced to relinquish an import- redoubt previously captured. Si- ience surrounds the operations at the Dardanelles f "Germany has finally disavowed the jinking of the Arabic, and has -offer- full reparation. OF 'THE "EASTERN .STAR Lathbrldge is welcoming today del- egates to the'annual session of the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern .Star in Alberta, which is oon- Tening in the, city, with .representa- tives from chapters over the entire province. The Order is an old-established one, membership beinsr confined to the widows, daughters, sad of Masons. The Order is ,eh- chiefly in benevolent -work in connection .with the Masonic Order, it has a membership in both and" the United States. The penevoient work of the-Qrder has Wome widespread. RESPONSIBILITY lOF OUR TEACHERS Tomorrow the school teachers of Southern Alberta inspectorates assemble to participate in their an ua't .convention. It is needless to pay that is glad to wel tome a gathering of the men avd.wo- ien engaged, in the education of our oung citizens At this time the great Importance, of their work should be fully realized We are being tested in our duties as Citizens m these days, when increased responsibilities are thurst uiwa us. Stfany are IoyaE> assuming the re- pponiibillties, while in Host cases-we must, they the products of our Canadian, to realize tbejr obliga- tions to their country. Have we im- pressed the obligations of citizenship pupils in the schools in the jast? Have we given the yo.ung a jroper appreciation of the value of within the British Em- Sometimes we come to the coa.- elusion that there has been negligence j in this respect. If the boy or girlj x at school is imbued with the true of Empire citizenship and all that it means, sacrifice on behalt of t the Empire, and all that It stands for should' be readily assumed. So far the products of our Canad- jan schools have not responded to the call just as readily as we would like to sec it is true we have been a peaceful anxious to live at Jeace with the world. The war spirit has 'not been fostered in our people AS is the case with Germany, Never- tliele'33, if "we have a real love of'coum try, we should.always be prepared to Defend our even as readily ks we' would nigh to the defence, of our dearest Mends. .lust now we-are upon as citizens co make sac- jifices to keep our country and all (tie great It tor in- tact. We have not, the concep- lion of citizenship if we fall to re- to the cafrt'tor; sacrirlce. The men and in ichoolt PICKED UP IN ASSINGCZZH FOR .THE BUSY MAN The mother oi George and J. B. Howson, oi Medicine Hat, died at Clinton, Ont- Wltidsor citj- council voted 55000 to purchase 300 nltes lor the use of the Home guard. Mrs. Walter Ellis of ilalahide.jyas burned to death while mixing ViUiiish on the stove. The Indians'at the thirtieth annual convention oi the Tribes, at Deseron- to, Ont., expressed strong opposition the liquor traffic. Vice flourishes in Toronto, and oueht to be suppressed, according to Com- a report by .the Toronto Vice mission, just published The body of Pte. H. Wiliord, who died of woifflds received in France, was buried in Palmerston, Ont., with imlitir} honors. Special guards for Niagara Falls duty are being sought, especially men who have volunteered but have been rejected for slight physical defects. Dr. Adam Lynd, once mayor of Parkdale before it was annexed to Toronto, and later an alderman in Toronto, is dead Bishop'DuVernet of Caledonia, for- merly metropolitan of the ecclesias- tical' province of British Columbia, will now become Archbishop of; BriK ish Columbia. Warerloo County Councils petition has been granted for the declaring of a close season lor black and grey squirrels'for three years, beginning at once. Canadian workshops are producmg one million tmpty shells per month and shells per day with fixed i ammunition The latter will bo in- creased to per day to the near future. NoTa Scotia Till not he filled before the middle of October. The appointment of a governor is the personal prero- gative of the premier Senator-David jyTcKeen is prominently mentioned. Others are Hector Melnues, K. C., and JoHn Stanfield, M.P. an official announcement is lacking, it is learned on-good alH thority 'that October 17 will see the retirement'-of Acting Deputy Chief Constable. David Archibald oi the Toronto police force and the promo- tion to tMi rank of Inspector Sam- uel Dickson The-deaftr took place suddenly of heart failure on the Smoky river a few dajs ago of Captain John Bull- Ion, one of the best known old tim- ers-of-the: north. Capt. Guillon for many years an employee of the H. running steamers on the Athabasca and Peace Latterly he in charge of the government boat on .the Peace. IEAL BRAND COFFEE Two Favorites In 1 and 2 pound cans. Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 161 "NOT A SALE, BUT Aft EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN LIST THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY RYLANDS' BIG THREE DAY BARGAIN Thursday Friday Saturday Days of Wonderful Money-Saving Bargains at Rylands' Busy Cash Store. Reduced prices on brand-new Merchandise, Coats, Underwear, Hosiery, and other articles you will be needing right now. Save the difference to spend on some other real necessity. Other Bargains not listed here 3 Thursday Friday Saturday Winter Coats at All new arrivals add- ed to this lot, made to sell for up to the season's new mater- ials and shades all well represent- ed in large variety of new Fall and Winter styles._____ Stylish Coats at Some real Smart Goals that will compare well with coats usually sold for new Chin Chin Collars also manv belted stjles, in navj browu grev and fancj mixtures, in all'sizes. Coats, For Some of the- new Pompador Coats, with high collar as illus- trated. These -coats come in chev- iots, tweeds, and are worth up to J2S.OO. Plush'Goats Bxtra fine quality Black Velvet plush and Salts -Baby Lamb, full lined These coats should be marked 528 if bought in the regularrway. A Short "Quick-Action" Merchandising the Big Reductions 125 Brand New Winter Coats Re- duced from 10 to 25 per cent For Three Days Only Right now at the very beginning of the asason you can buy your Fall apparel at prices you would expect to pay in January. I 500 Sample Pieces of Underwear for Women and Children at Reduced Prices .Odd lines, and factory samples of Watson's and Peerless Underwear, tome sllnhtly counter soiled. This Is a arand chance to save on your Winter under rdquiremehis. Childs' UVeart Combinations at 95c Only 35 Union Suits in this lot; some are long sleeves, but major- ity are short'sleeves anil low neck. Values as high as sizes 'M, to 40. LADIES' DR-A'WERS; white only, ankle length. Velva knit, special............ LADIES' VESTS; short or long sleeve, finest.wool 91% casiirnero, to I LADIES" VESTS; 'silk mixture, .with wool- sizes 36, 40 CO 1C Regular for I W at 25c An unusual bargain in Children's Natural Elastic Rib. Underwear. Vests or Pants, fall weight. Be early for these. CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS elastic- riilj, fall weight, sizes' to 12 years, 3' days I WW CHILDREN'S fine quality, plush'. Jersey cloth, all sizes INFANTS' BANDS; fino quality -ivuui Watson's; on sale at I N F AiNi-S'.-'VESTS, Heuben'3, style, .also a few- button .1 fronts, at WWW' to Dress Skirts Take jour choice of 25 Serge, Tweed or Voile Skirls, worth up to oh Thursday, Fri- riaj oi Saturda> at___ Ladies' Suits up to A final clean up on Ladies' Tweed Suits, long coat stjles, plain tailoi effects, sizes up to 42, a good bargain Cash. Hose up to 65c. A fortunate purchase of 12 dozen of Ladies' Colored Cashmere Hose, also 10 dozen Black Seamless Hose, leg to 65 for French Kid Gloves A hohdav baigam in French Kid Gloves, tans, black or while, not all ID each color but all sizes to 7y2, 3 daj special ;85c Flannelette Bargain 1000 yards of soft white Saxonj Flannelette, also neat stripes in pinks and blues, on sale for 3 days only, a jard Large Ging'm Aprons Mother Hubtjatd style, heavy weight Check Gingham, with dust cap to match 00 on sale at 36in.WhiteLongcloth A good strong white LongcloUl with soft needle finish, regular quality. On sale for three days at, per yard I 1111 8c 54 inch Coating Solid colors in a heavy Winter Coai- mg 54 inches wide This cloth is worth On sale for a few dajs, yard V VJWtll- White Flan'tte Blankets 2S White Flannelette kets ivith colored borders. Stock up now while the prices -are- down Dress Goods up to All Wool Cheviots, Serges, Panamas, also Cdepe da Chenesand Silk Mixtures, 42" wide; a clean up of some of. our best Uses up to J1.25 yd. 69c Extra! Extra! Smart Silk Dresses Silk Dfesses made from good qual- itj llessaline in new shades, all new this season fft 1 3 On sale at 'f Silk Poplin Dresses In sand, putty, navj and green shades something real dressy Extra, value at Eiderdown Kimonas In red, mauve, sky pink with silk trimming vers special value, all CC sizes up to 43 Dressing .Sacques Fancy Velour and Crepe Sacques onlj a dozen at thlsjmce, neat style sizes 36-10 onl; Black Underskirts Black aHo Heatherbloom Un- derskirts with frill or.accordjan On sale for three.days at Extra! Extra! Grey Flannels at 20c yd. Light and medium, grey, 27-29' In- ches wide, extra special three days at.......... fcWW Corset Embroideries 25c Fine Muslin Corset Cover Embroid- ery, neat embroidered regular 35c quality for Made Up Pillow Cases Ready-to-use Pillow "Cases, 'heavy ration, ,only BO cases at this low price, on sale, each Moriette Underskirtiiig: In Paddy Green or. tan yard wide, Priestley's make; this is a reg 75c material for Flannelette Shilling -20c Yard wide, 'grey and fancy mixed, heavy, twill Flannelette Shirting, double warp Extra value at..........Cww Big Corset Bargain D. and A. Corsets, made perfect fitting, sizes up to 26 in this lot. For three days only, a pair............. and Yard Wide Dress Silks Soft slu'mmering Pailette and Mes- saline Dress Silks in Uglit evening shades, values as high as on sale at..... no raes- :95c MEN AND BOYS READ THIS MEN'S. UNDERWEAR, Bneall wool lilte cashmere, reg J aO Kft suit, on sale at MEN'S COMBINATIONS fine white silk and wool Watsons, f9 AC all siiM, per salt MEN'S UNDERWEAR, all nool Mb, Penman's make, 7QC ppr garment I wU MEN'S SHIRTS, 'attached collar, Ian or navy Flannelette, QCn all sizes- MEN'S.' OVERALLS; plain pant overalls, some sizes bib overalls t mil mocks per garment MEN'S KERCHIEFS, brie, neat hemstitched edge, i for MEN'S SOCKS; all wool Heavy ribbed grey, white toe and heel, a pair BOYS' JERSEYS; slip over or'liut- ton at neck. 50 only, colors "7Cf% red. naiy, etc. v-hiie they last I ww BOYS' SWEATER COATS; year sizes, button front, high neck: tan, grey, khaki; Srrcial at I .JU BOYS' OVERCOATS; 6 and S year Bizes, neat tweed material QC only, clearing at SHIRTS AND DRAWERS; fine uualltv, elastic rib wool; special rach....... I ww BOYS' COMBINATIONS; elastic rib size, 30 to 34, Tiger C< OC knit, very special at I BOYS' SHIRT WAI8T3; grey llah- nel, collar attached, sizes OC to on rale BOYS' KERCHIEFS; niiat bbrder- OCft On sale 3 for PARCELS DCLIVEMD ANYWHERE Rylands Co. s f 27in. Velvet Corduroy A special purchase of these popular Vervetr'Cord an black, white, i tan, red, brown, navy, etc., 271 inches wide, per yard---- Good Children's! Coats We have Coats to fit your girls from 2 .to 6 years as vlow as 85; Coals for bigger girls 10-12-14 years as low as I Woollen Blankets All Wool While Blankets, made in Canada, Jancy borders, large sue, and full 7 Its in weight; per pair ISf- I1HIIIK 111 Children's Fall Shoes We can save you from 1.0 to '25 per cent on Children's serviceable, sensible' styles, and us low Button Shoes Empress and Helindo button or lace Shoes in patent, kid. or, guiiinclnl leather; values up to for...... Battenburg Cloths 54 inch Round Batlenburg Table Covers, white only, linen centre, regular cx- .ccpfional bargain tit aurg mine 11.45 THE BUSY STORE- TH1 ;