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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEEKLY.' Subscription.. Daily, delivered, per year..... Qaiiy, by mail, per year...... ly; by -mail, per year.... TELEPHONES: Business Offlco Editorial Olllco 1.00 .1252 W. A. Buchanan- John Torrancc Managing Director King and Country Need You Right- Now ROUND THE. CIRCLE. CF THE WAR A clash of allied jiave marched througli Greece to the aid of Serbia, against the is now inevitable. Bulgaria.' iiely cast in her lot with the Central Powers. A huge German army reding and- British and .French troops landed at Salonikl ine to meet it. Serbia "will be the ground" for a -vita! conflict; it' is felt, within a day or two. King Constantine of Greece has call- ed a. new premier, whpjs. re-organis :ing the Cabinet. No obstacle has been 'offered, however, to the passage of 'Allied troops to Serbia. Rumania, i: preparing for possible trouble bv niob ijizing her army, and massing'it the Bulgarian frontier The French have scoreo another great success in France by capturing a village held by .-the Germans which gives them coiilpl of another import ant position. The' "recovering" In a remarkable way-on the eastern fi-Ont and are dm ing some hard the Teuton forces. LYNDE'S 'STRICTURES ENTIRELY President strictures 'ou the Herald editorial, dealing with.Die re- sponsibility of our teachers, In-devel- oping a citiienshlp that re- caUIn the time of trouble, attempted to make out that we had argued iu favor ot incul- cating a -war spirit In our young citi- zens. Jfr.' L-yude cannot find an ei- presslon alotli that, line in the entire ;takB .the view, and hold It most strongly, that the school is the rightful place to develop good citi- zenship. Gobd'CitizenF must be men and women willing at all times to ke sacrifices on behalf of their is not necessary to incul- te a spirit, but we must make e. coming generation realize that cit- nship Is service, and that service is crifice.- 'and sacrifice sometimes oans defending one's country, even the. risk of our lives. We not FARMERS CAN BE CHEERFUL j The advance in wheat prices prov that the weather .adversities which :have delayed harvesting, hire heen the most fortunate occurrence th termers could desire The farmer is heldjjacl irom threshing unU the late tall or early- winter, is lik IS to benefit bf the incrsishijyjrj. for gram Weather conditions bar ifein" bad, but if the sunshines stw fly for a month or the fra; market continues to advance, mer mil look hack upon the -week's o bad weather with some satisfaction BULGARIA TURNS _ON BEST FRIEND Bulgaria can be correctly, termed cation without a soul Jealousy an greed tor more territory have con quered Think of a nation protecte 1 in the past against the aggression o i the Tuw by Rnsiia, joining hand with forces in a her sarioSr' Can a natoon haT 4 soul, that shows its gratitude i r.'that -way? Many a Bulgarian sufte ed death lir massacre at the nacds v, the Turk, yet for a price the Bu garian king sells the nation's soul t the Turks. Russia has always been the frien the :Binall Balkan states. It was th Russian occupation of the country 182S which first stlrreo the Bnlgar jeople Into Me, and commenced tl long struggle against Turklih misrul ind for national Independence. I fas Russia who in 1878 secure! foi Bulgaria, and hyH ail treaty of San Stefano, all the Bulja Wlan people, including those of Mac fldonia, united under a nation government. j Treaty of Berlin annu f j ed that treaty, Bnt histon proves fyv >la staunchly advocated Bulgaria claims M Sazonoff has good reason t tl hc'neilng that the Bulgarian pejp y! do not sympathise -with the policy Hf their but Ferdinand is an Ai tj-ian, and Before his election to t Yj throne abdicated by a German prim If he an'offlcer in the Hungan 4-1 armj In 1913, after the first Balk 3vi-war, he into the aim SJ, of iustria, in order to provide a che against Russian interference in t second Bjiiitan war, and apparentlv has noUbafen able to clear himself the entanglements ot that allian The army officers' probably rememb his exhortation alter the second to prepare to complete one day tl viork" they had begun As the London Chronicle recenl remarked "To her eloquent chumpl Gladstone, to her liberator, Russ her-unfailing friend, Britain, B M garu owes her iwttonal existence' 11 Bulgana now casts aside her tr friends of the allies hers with a nation that.; her dead fej _, J thii war it over, Bulgaria w MUid that the bloody Turks, who ma ail? to build" up a nation populated a people who would consent to bo amutedr'upon, ..as in the case of than the sword defend their country. defending; them; if need-be. Germany brought war principles Into Its schools us part ot the curriculum, and whon war too-; pluco Germany forced Us jubjects to fight. want none of that spirit in this country. What we do need is a proper appreciation ot the rights wo enjoy as British sub- jects. Once wo. have that set firmly in the minds of o.ur citizens, we can call upon their service the full exyoctation that they will answer the call, if those rights and privileges are attacked by nations with altogether different purposes. t We admit that tie teachers of today cannot be held responsible for the lack of enthusiasm, on. the part of our native-born of military age, for enlist- ment to serve their country. The teachers of today Have a responsible ity. It is not to advocate war, but to develop a love ot country, that will so possess the citizens of the future that they will make sacrifices willingly to uphold their-country when it is in dauger. WHAT REtlPROCITY MEANT (Saskatoon Phoenix) The Recipioclt; pactt sajs a Con- servatlve 'which now defend Uieir country. We could j wants took out of the t rank as nation with a sou, and [hands of the- Canadian Parliament en purpose, if we developed cowardice courage. We abhor war. d we Taut our future citizens to nor war, but at the, same time it is tire "control oier the fiscal policy of this countrj.' Rubbish' The Can- adian and United States governments simplv agreed upon a basis of "You do ossiWe {0 hate war, and love liberty :tt .freedom, "if we prize freedom and bettjY we' must be prepared to fight r these' princip-ies when they are as- lled.- our young people are rdperlr Impressed with the' great eanlng of these heritages, fought smpv agre this and well do that, and when ws are tired of the arrangement, or if it doesn't work out as we expected, we li end it." Canada's colltro'l o! her fis- cal policv was no more unpaired than the United States.' control of its fiscal policy. What is the meaning of the word anyway, but to do unto others ai j ou w ould they should do unto you. 'Vos You Have you heard Wilhelm telephoning Vienna on Victor Record No. 130105? You should "listen in" on this. It's one of. the funniesjt things you ever heard. You'll never be satisfied until you this record to yourcqUeiftion. r Any Voice" dealer will gladly play this record for you. IJMMD 'RONTO We are exclusive agents THE "2" M'S Sole Agents-Lethbridge, Alta. AS its name implies the ''HUDSON" AM. is a cold weather or storm ulster without a vestige of the common lines and commonplace appearance of the ready- made garment. service and com- fort a're tailored into it in heaping measure, and you liave your choice of scores of rich, imported fabrics to choose from. another look at worth while. (J 20th Century Brand of course. R ICKED UP IN SSINGCZZ3 FOR THE BTJSY- KAN REPUDIATES STATEMENT or, Ont, Oct. manage- ment W "the f'onl "Motor tar Co of According to Henderson's 1915 di rccton population ot talgarv i j The o, late. Hon I T Jjanada" haTls' u'ed a titemen' to the I lachereau of the unrroic court on eftoa that lieft, on the allied Canada died at Quebec She w. he Mar i orli nho althougl cent of File, stock of the compans Vuftrola IX WUi li Hf-'mA. AMt-Mfl (30 ulinmi. mm 480.00 Sold on if (an tuj' ftymatt, 'i and tea-inch, douHe-wfcd Victor Recocdi at 90c for two telecWw n; "Hii MaiterV Voiee" dealer in (own oly Muifdsl folinf "over 6000 Victw Rccordi. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. UMITID Lenplr PEALERS IN TOWN AIO. OTY Be sure tnd look tor this trtdt ______ bcc She w. Us Mar iorll nho mother of Hon I lachereau ol pr6BMonlj hrid ppl -nt nfnntr nf (tio cr the Quebec {.overnrae A tumor in ciiculation in St 'Iho ma Ont connect the lumi. ol Capt John C Ponsford formerly 01 St riioma- and at present tt nlen ot the Idmontoii Pcnitentiar) i the post- mastership at St. Thomas Keneth 13 S> A the ouuet t on 01 I D McUregor of Jdhn Ham ai died at Guelph, Ont in his 9.0th.year. v New ork aldermen, with the rlec on are glad to marry couples withrut charging fee Mrs. E P Hating QI We t Ches leg, but will recover From 100 to 200 saloon in Gleie-l fio their rearness to school and A.-'14-ft uiIiP attacked hi Coney Island "chnnncr tdnard Reisan, because the man chewed tobacco 5 J Danck, aliai' t of W n t iuo netka.- Ill ai cramped homes and Qnt in her 79th r Tun I regarded is tho e of the comp-inv gen enin me mwomv ins held BV prominent Canadian The tatemeni, that Mr Ford's opm- ion we Wrfctlv personal and are not to be representing those ot Hi. the Canadian com- Sin FrntKlicf' Sr 70 pct'clllild 1915 tax ritt r ul iW an i 100 student at Alma Miter the Slab. 1 college lona iron; ......h institution he graduated la t June, lleris only 21-years o! age. Pie dtlatli oi-currrd t of Cluilotti facotl widov 01 the late Ihoma hcott formcrlt 01 Glen flats breed msanitv in women I 6n and Hturt '-cott, The 01 Piof Allen of Man! (on -th of incomer but now ioua unnernl) Winnipeg, died ver) Qa.l h, Albcrtj snr.nc iUddenl> .with on- iaushter The election 01 Prefontaino lor the local conitttu Mrs I t, vc of Cailllion Man, i being pro- Ktchmc, of 'llic ON H is clnrRpI in in- 1 frittion of th( S kitclumii liquor H P formerly 1 h v c ol 'iomc of1 police hie been ttiuhini, tlip lia enlisted as a private m the SJnd regimfnt trcre C. J. ftmklpr of yrilmingtopf Del 1 will run a goat fjrm anl eroplov A1-, pine ilairj maids there Good Nights are enjoyed by those in good nedth. The perfect digestion, clear and pure blood upon Whkn soand health depends will joa bf BEECHAM'S i on the coachf while tin mf, through Ini proilntc is tcquned li) the new act On the occasiot! ol Ihu opening ol (he neu colletsL costing ifiOO Olio at Toronto, 'the degree of was conferred upon the Mowing It h StaUoiil A G Sin tlair Hi V 0 A Vancouver Hei W CampKll I or mosa Kn tr Wilson )tir> a O (TOlorth, China S Marpcr Toronto Key M MSpOillhny, moderator general as 4mblv s n piown Archtln con loronto. Hn J I, mour 1 Hcv Hugh Pedley, Montreal; .Kov. U. nom-iMiii fiiiciio, I'lol I Watson CJufei'H University, and When we talk about Fall Suits for Young Men, we ?Wts ol an entirely different cut from our regular Men's, M9dels- Prices as usual Q Two things triakp difference; q Their snap and Mytej the little knick-knacjw of novelty in perfect gootl taste; and, to