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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY -''HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, Sbe e. Hlberta ..pA.ILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oilly, per year..... Dfcily, by year...... Weekly, by mall, per year..... 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES Business omta 1253 Editorial Office 1224 Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager AS THE SITUATION STANDS Fighting along the centre of the op- poking forces eppears to "be at a lull. Ail energy on both sides Js directed towards operations on the wings, where flanking movements are belns vigorously pushed. On the German right the enemy is putting forward a supreme effort to ward off the threatened danger. These efforts, however, are frustrated toy the j Allies, -who by forcing back the foe and securing every point ot vantage, abounds in the district of the 'fighting, are making their position more secure daily, and that of the enemy more precarious. .On the German left the counteract- ing for outflanking the Al- lies is ijeing .pursued with futile at- tempts. The line here, which seems to be occupied exclusively by the French, is not only holding its OTTO, but acting on the offensive. the successful movement of the Allies accomplished our atten- tion Trill fioon be directed to the movements of the Russian troops, and a big conflict is in view in East Prussia which will complete the fate of the Kaiser's armies. The First Lord ot the Admiralty visiting Antwerp, What disaster tu store for tho besieging German we wot not Evidently nil is not .SBlOOtli! for the Kaiser. Like the tail ei baseball club, his changing manage; often in the middle of the season Looks as though the machine wasa working up id. specifications, causih the war lord to grow peeved.' Theodore Roosevelt Is getting 'bncl into print again, urging the U. S. t arm that pence may be the bette preserved. Teddy ought to wait untl this war Is over beforo handing on that advice. Europe armed to pre- serve peace, and tho world's greates: war resulted. Spokane celebrates each winter what it terms "Apple Day." Why not et us have a "Buy-a-Box-of-Apples when every householder will uy a 'box of own made- n-Canada kind. It will help out the pple, growers of B. G. anfl the east rn provinces, and the fruit was never known to harm prdbably, Adam. For four or or sis or seven days as the case may be, commencing Fri- day, of this week, war newa may ibe crowded to one corner while the tat- tle between George StalUngs and the "Tall Tactician" on the diamond rages. However, there will be room for both, aud readers jvill bo able to jiidga the difference between th< bloody and bloodless battles. THE PRESENT SESSION The Provincial L-egislature meets today. As in the case of the Mother and Federal, parliaments, it is likely the leaders' of both parties will get together and taboo all contentious legislation, making the session short, expediting Uie ..business of this por- tion of the as much as pos- sible in this time of war. It will prob- ably be a colorless session, but it will go down in history as the first ses- sion of the Alberta Legislature ever held while the Empire was at war. The Alberta government has acted generously and eipeditlously toward the Empire in the hour of its need, and tfie Herald is sure the opposition will oaly.be too ansious to ratify thai action .taken.. KICKED UP IN ASSING FOR- THE BUSY MAN "A STATUE, TO CAPT. COOK Recognition of an early narigator and explorer, Capt Cook, was long ia coming, but at last a statue has been dedicated to his deeds. The qualities which were eulogised stood him in good stead on the Atlantic ami Facifib coasts of British North America, and trere .'of no small service in its up- building. Coot served as master of the Pembroke at the siege of Louis- "burg in. 1758, and in the following year he was present at the siege of tlie same" capacity, being1, as -we know from of Wolfe's, in personal touch with that General, The worfe for which he was selected fall of. Quebec still more directly the foundation of als and. fame. As master of the Northumberland he was entrusted with the completion of the survey of the St Lawrence Gulf and River, and afterwards" he was appointed "King's Surveyor" to the colony of Newfound- land. In this latter capacity he show- ed great skill and. observation'. The chart of the island -which he'compiled shows remarkable accuracy even in the light of the more complete know- ledge of the present day. Still more notable is the fact that Cook was among the first to see the potentiali- ties and to express faith in Us future. He reported to his friends in England that Newfoundland was rich in tim- ber, minerals and agricultural resour- ces, and declared that the island was too valuable to be left unsettled and undeveloped. It was during his staj in Newfoundland that Cook took the observations of an eclfcse of the sun on south coast of the island, Tvliich resulted in hts name being 'brought to the notice of the Rojal Society and led to his being selected commander of the three great espedl tions "by which his name is the third'being for the discovery of the North-West Passage, when he added largaly to the geography of the Behrins Straits, and succeeded in reaching Iatitu4e 70 dcg, N. StHJ more important-in. the eyes of Canadians fij the feet that on his arrival in Sound, on the weU coast of 1 .Cook clniiaed the coast of what is Boir British Columbia for the British f The restriction thst wood-cut-in Quebec must be manufactured there has beea removed so that the ship- ment o'f timber mine props to Great Britain may not ibe hindered. J, J. Warren, president, Kettle Val- ley railway, who has made his home ia Penticton, B.C., during the past two years, has returned, to Toronto, where he will. in future reside. J, C. Bithell, assistant bridge and building master, Angus shops, C. P. Montreal, has joined the Canad- ian contingent npw. preparing for act- ive service ia Europe. Ia view of "the heavy expenditure due to: the' wat and the various Do- minion government ctepartments have warned to keep within their ap- f was struck in the well of the Mount 'Stephens company. Saturday at a "feet The -Mount' Ste- phen well, which was spudded in-only last week1 is "situated a few mile; northwest of the Monarch well in the Calgary fields. to figures just Issued b; the municipal statistical bureau, the total consumption of meat in the .city of Nuremberg during the year 191o was tflis'total pounds were horse flesh. American Ambassador Morgantheau at Constantinople, has app-ealed to the state department for additional funae lor the relief of Americans in the Ottoman empire. The recent de- posit by this "government of has been found.inadequate..-, reports received from the officials of the remount commit- tee now touring Saskatchewan' for the purpose of 'buying 1500 horses to be presented toy the" Saskatchewan gov- ernment to- the imperial authorities, a total of. 373 cavalry and artillery horses were purchased last iveek. Frank-McCandless, a 19 year old school boy, sou of Dr. McCandless, of Elerton, was found dead in" his father's barn with a bullet through his eye, and. a revolver in his hand. Three days ago he was suspended from high school because of irregular attend- ance and he is said to have brooded because of.-his suspension. The Paris correspondent of the Daily. Mail says that the American and Spanish embassies have request- ed official: details of the recent'Domb throwing frpm an aeroplane. The message then, dropped into the French capital by the aviator read; Parisians, greetings from a German aeroplane. (Signed) Von Decken." Sir George Foster, minister :rade and commerce, has made ar rangements whereby the government pay the cost-of-transportation on all small contributions .of. oats, etc given.by Canadian fanners to the war office. These gifts .have been-made "A Scrap of Paper" (From The New Fork World) "Just (or a scrap of. o tjm German injpjjriai lor in his dual interview with tho British for a scrap papor Great Britain is .going .to make war on a kindred nation I" ;Iiac "scrap of paper" the'treatj1 guaranteeing the neutrality of Bel- gium. The whole history of human liberty is written on just such scraps of paper. The Magna Charta scrap of The Bill of Rights was "a scrap of paper." The Constitution of the United States is "a scrap of paper." The Emancipation Proclamation was 'a scrap of paper." The decisions of the United States Supreme Court and of the British Law-Lords are "a scrap of paper." For a hundred years "a scrap of aaper" lias maintained an unbroken! eaoe between the United States antl tie British possessions of Canada long an unfortified frontier of 3000 lies. The Clayton-Bulwer treaty was "a crap of but the "United States, espite the temptation, took no move o construct an Isthmian canal until hat scrap of .paper could 'be amended nth the consent of both parties to ie contract. The Hay-Pauncefote treaty is "a crap of and one of 'the most, brilliant moral.victories .won by Pres-i "dent Wilson is the act of congress! which voluntarily repealed a violation' of the terms of that "scrap of paper." i Respect of these scraips of paper! measures a nation's honor no less than its freedom.. Democracy'itself is only "a scrap of but it looses forces that no autocracy can stay. Russell Cars Guarantee Value For'every dollar you invest in a RUSSELL, you get a dollar of tangible value. duty cannot add one cent of worth.) You get more. You pay less. You help, "develop a Canadian industry." You increase Canada s prosperity. The production of'Russell cars gives employment to men. Requires worth-of material yearly. Distributes over in' wages to Canadian- mechanics. Stalled at Mountain VJaw A party of local nimrods, including Messrs, S. 3. Shepherd, E. A. Ewart, Reid and Seattle, are snowbound at Mountain View, where have been hunting for the past few days. Who Wrote the The Gity Clerk is- in receipt of an tnoaymous letter, supposed to be rom a ratepayer; asking that certain nformation regarding city hall affairs be published. The Commissioners this morning passed the .following resolu- ion regarding 'the letter: "That, if he "writer of the anonymous letter, ua- er date of October 2, will advise the Commissioners of his Identity, his uestious wilLbe publicly answered vith pleasure. More Beautiful Latest European stream-line bodies. New domed fenders. Concealed Clean running-boards. Double head-lights. Lasting lustrous finish. .Spare tires at rear. Full quality top. Built-in, rain-vision7 ventilating windshield. Demount- able rimi. Spare rim. -Vrarner speedometer. Clock. Electric horn, etc. More Comfortable Perfectly-balanced chasses. Long three- quarter-elliptic rear Ample wheel- base. Big wheels. New proven two-unit; electric starting and lighting; system. instrument board control at finger Left side drive. Center control. Quick acting Collins side curtains, opening with- doors, and adjustable from seats. More Efficient Latest-type, long-stroke, smooth-running, high-efficiency engines. More power weight Saving of fuel, oil and tires. .Newest type ignition. Chrome mckle-steel gears and shafts. Cleverly desigjfe'd chaases. Light, strong, heat-treated steels. Pull-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: lit: TWhigbwt-qaality the lowest price. 2nd: ear bnOt. 3rd: Built.of .finest by expert workmanship. Fully guaranteed and kicked by MrviM froa coait to 4th: Made in Canadian a plant. 5th: A vital unit in Canadian suo-eu helps to build-up io tun YOU. Ride in a RUSSELL today. Performance proves its worth. tl Mussel! Motor Car Company, Limited CALGARY AVENUE AND 1ST ST. EAST Agency applications in-: vited in open territory Works and Executive Offices. WEST TORONTO Catalogue and full descrip- tive matter on request Branch.. TORONTO HAMILTON MONTREAL WINNIPEG CALGARY The Submarine- is to Sqa Fighting What The Aeroplane is to Land more particularly by the .farmers. of Ontario predated 3iy So much has been written concern- on above, he sees a hand on each periscope, his eye upon ing what the submarine, by a flight arm of the crosspiece, -svhion is level of imagination, may achie1 the naval correspondent of ___ (Joa Morning Post, that most people eve, writes his face, and rotates tin f the Lon- iTVm'rrcc he heoSlds al J hc bebolds an-1 the col- iiirror. imai gives his orders The crew are lying along the sides, ready to turn valves on or The .internal.combustion engines are'stopped and the propeller shaft is connected up to the electric motors. There4 is a sudden silence. THE CAPTAIN'S'BUSINESS The process of submerging is a pro- cess in the brain captain. He has a mental picture of what each tank contains, and how much weight is driven out ionvaro or aft at each order, ajid what will be tho effect right, are the internal combustion en- ad.ised that they are very much ap When tbe boat is submerged and the submarine sinks lower and submerges her pe latope, BO that her ciptam looking m the mirror, sees his little ami bright picture Cashed out in green of the water And from above nothing -at- all ,The submarine is. now blind. She ,cawiot -see- the water. But she can steer a :cours2.'Her-captain ha made Jus calculations before lie ubmer-rd his peri cope And the range of a German torpedo i about 3000 yard- at to'30 knot- uhmarine can fire her torpedoe a out, pie Pntly n mg until her pen- "ojie l above water, then her elf continue beneath' the: surface until it is safe'to rise, and like a whale, to breathe again. Brig Green at Citadel Brigadier the; singing evan- gelist, the 'Salvation Arm; citadel .Mr. .Green is di- slonal commander of the Pacific dl vi ion It i likely this will be the last visit of that capac- ity, as Alberta Is .being, formed 'into .1 dnlslon aid Lothbrldge will ho one of the points .therein. Patriotic Cono-rt Held Sunday Although point of calling ofC the Sunday night, un- til more favorable1 weather conditions prevailed the Citizens Band and It assistants decided--to carry out their original plans, and the concert, cnmo off as the- atre. The crowd, of not there. A total of 75, people attended, and the collection ainpiinted to which i considered "TV ell tha while of those-who'participated. Band- Cline Is well satisfied, and the audience was also pleased The wa turned over tills morning to the Daughters of the Empire for theif-tte- Hef Fund The concert ivaa of high merit In every particular, and the band played with exceptional; cleveraeE Mrs. B. P. R. Mr. G. E. Fleming Mr. R. van Hecke assisted with numbers delight- fully rendered OFCANADA Ant now the farmers who have wen flooring hard preparing to sow i big'acreage next Fill be glad. A fully equipped branch has been Camp at Valcartier-Quebeo-for the Overseas Forces. Valcartier Military Camp GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. E. KING Mana B. TINNING. Mini sweaters anil rough clotlnng. WHAT SHE DOES The submarine running awash forg- onwar'fls with 'a heavy gnndm? BOISO, the wafer lifting and induce a. mistake, there are a 'dozen people at band who can put it right because they know'-what ought to be so iii the submarine. The onjy person besides the captain who knows what is going on is his lieu- tenant but the consequences of a dripping from tha, gills which project mistake follow so quickly thai on either iide oflher snout. Below, tie lieutenant could not rectify U..H i. en- it. the hull is filled with the crashing of' would he know In all probability the furious engines cramped into the that a. mistake had been made-until narrow tube of steel. The engineers the consequences began. The meti ly- squat placidly among the racing rods' InS beside the valvog know nothing and pistons, m the thick, atmosphere I except how to do what they are toldT tainted with fumes. Should the'sea- 's any sensation of motion water enter the hull and mix with petrol gas, the fatal chlorine gas is formed, and the. crew are suflocated. Tb.e method of the submarine is to cruise at economical speed, ten knots I of less, on the surface, until she I sights' a hostile vessel As she it so small she can see another vessel bfr- fore the other vessel can sec her Then she smls. Th.- captain and, the crew go below, the hatches 'ajrc clos- ed and the captain, swinging his weight upon the cross-piece from the as the boat sinks. It seems to he as still as a diawmg-room on shore THE ATTACK The periscope, which is about tho size of a saucer, remains about eigh- teen inches above the surface, and, viewed from the deck of a ship, all that is scc'n is a flitting pennant of white spray, as it cuts, the'waves, like a sea-bird's wing In any lop it would be almost imperceptible at two or three hundred yards. Upon approaching to attack the REASON'S FOR USING Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wile foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. .The prejudice against strong stimulants has in wise- iinD.aired.the value of "Alberta's Pride most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those -who value strong digestive organs wt advise "Alberta's Pride Beer' and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THEI1MHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;