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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfoeralty Hlb'ertn lit D SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cally, delivered, per .year..... Dally, by mail, per year...... JVeeKIy, by'mall, per TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1221 VV. A. Buchanan John Torrance Director Business Manager EVERYWHERE EVERYBODY THE PRESENT SITUATION though .a long protracted one, is still confined to operations on .tlie left wing ol the- Allies against the German right, where the crucial part of the combat Is being fought out. Here it is no longer a siege battle, but a veritable death struggle for supre- macy. It is, as .the reports show, al- :most a hand-to-hand conflict with cold steel. To save the situation, and to pre- ;Vent the long German line from being broken and vanquished, reinforce- ;ments seenf to be .piled on reinforce- ments to support'Von Kluck, and ex- 'tricate him and. his force from im- .-pending disaster. The German right appears: to be esr ;tended almost across the northern iborder, and tha outlying forces are -tieing uttacked at Tpres the Belg- ians. However, there must be a limit :to thia right wing extension to save it from coming too near, the Allies' 4ase at A beating iback-'to- Svards Mons must he Inevitable to es- .cape surrender or destruction. One ,of the two must speedily be looked to .with tie and confidence with 'which tie Allies are pressing home advantage...... Of Gordon Highlanders, twice j reported'-killed, but reported iby the Ambassador to be a prison-1 or of war in Berlin. He won his V.C. In. PICKED UP IN FASSING FOfc THE BUSY MAN IN THE APPLE. CONSUMERS' LEAGUE "While the countries of -belligerent hare thsir trade and business 'dislocated and brought practically to fa standstill, countries, lite our own, from the theatre of .war and "''immune from invasion, are placed in particularly happy -position. "Wnile lire may be sincerely thankful for, such Ti state of seciirity'-'H alone suf- jfieient to dwell on it We have tore us a pnceless and a .patriotic duty to fperlorm. TV3iUertta 5vorkshpps unfortunate-. coua- ;tries trodden by armed, ibands' are and their fields and orchards un- culiivated'and untilied, fce- tfore us the golden avenues left open ifor securing trade hitherto held enemy and! ding1 ts JJba taiua. For this purpose a "JVlade-in-Can- easpnign has been instituted Ly 'ilie Canadian 'Manufacturers' Associa- Lhe success of which depends on people Canada. The farmers Tare Jikewise urged to increase area for nest year's crop. .When we come to our fruit Indus- ;try, however, 'we are placed jn a some- jTflriat different category Of this In- spple growing is the JUiis has hitherto held its- own in the jprport marfeet, BO much, so that it is that It has been. difficult for the rjeople of this country to secure the f best of the domestic crop However, jrthe war has.'pesulted in a material, cur- tailment of the market for Canadian apples in the United Kingdom, and ,in _ Jeopardizing CaaadVs trade In "fetap- orated apples with Continental Ehuv t opa This has been sensed by the -Bominion gprernment -which is now "A new-post office la being erected in Longniddry, Scotland. Fire yesterday destroyed the marine department .dapot in Buenos Ayres, entailing-a loss of Close upon 900 "Germans "and Aus- trian aliens have now registered in Glasgow. Cruisers; juid torpedo iboats are con- stantly on-patrol along the Hadding- tonsnire .coast The members of the Dumfriesshire constabulary have given one day's pay to the county relief fund. v Ninety of Vancouver's civic employ- ees have-laftfor Valcartier. That city will administer-her own 'patriotic fund of which is being raised. Two persons died on a steamer on the Hudson River and were found in their statereoms. Natural causes was the doctor's verdict. Phil Up the son of the head of the firm, goes to work fac- tory tomorrow. He will work his ..way up, thus learning everything. The big Atlantic Gas and. Electric Company, one of New York's largest gas companies, yesterday filed j a petition; of 'bankruptcy. A crowd-.oE persons were de- layed in Ne-w York yesterday by street car accidents. One person was killed while a score were injured. -Athletic clisbs in Vancouver are forming icpmpanies from their mem- berships ior the "Home Guard" regi- ment. T f A company of 22 Britishers Tom. i aripug'jpatts oi- the-Western States hove regiment. Vancouver baa.-placed- itself on a sound financial footing again by the prompt payment of nearly In. taies the .New Westminsterr'city coun- cil js" unabie to render financial aid, local Y; C. A. will have to close its'doors. Each suburb of Vancouver is form- ing a battalion of ooldierj and a unite as the Vancouver Volunteer Re- serves. A Japanese by the name of Kongi Takabi, attempted to commit hari-kari the Endhlst Temple in Vancouver! last week. Victoria has not decided upon her' plans for raising a relief or i fund yet. The mavor announced that i action. TrtlT be taken J of the j force have offered to; contribute one! day's pay per month to the fund for supporting soldiers' dependents. -The "Grand Trunk Pacific steamer To know that the doors of MacLeod Bros. Store are wide open tomprrow at 8 a.m. on one of the most Marvellous Price Slashing Sales ever held in Lethbridge READ! THINK! REFLECT! TO-MORROW To-morrow will be a great day. Be here early and secure your share of the bargains C.LOSED MONDAY ALL DAY So get your shopping to-morrow Gel into the Grand Scramble! Now is the Time to get your. Winter Supply, save if you have the chance. Get aboard! Sail right into the Thick of These Mighty Bargains To-morrow in nost praiseworthy fashion conduct- i Prince Albert has been salvaged from ing an advertising campaign "ttTla-r118 rocks Pnnce Rupert, after creasa the consumption, .of; Canadian Apples in Canada, unsuccessful attempts. An arerage ot about 120 men are hstag drtfleS twice weekly in Eothe-' Hera 'a practlcallj a call to arms to [say Drill Hall for Kitchener's new sort a home industry. The near- "army. 65'. help is abrays the greatest, I H Martui Hogg has offered his Though ire canaot all be in tbe fight- Dunqon, Scotland, as a hos- in? line there are opportunities for Satnotic service open to each one q{ us Let us then join wholeheartedly In making the apple camoaign spell auscess This can to by making ,HP our minds to eat Canadian apples {In preference to anv other It 13 not necessary to enlarge on the dieting, or even medicinal virtues the apple These are sufflcienUj "well known. By making daily use of 4he fruit we not only benefit our selvtsr therefore, hut support a home and do an eminently loyal at a time Then such sen ices are inestimable value -1" Ono significant feature Is that in this publicity campaign t government ia adopting the most 'approved method of creating a new TSemand for a product of the country v. display ad% ertlsing The ad j Is prepared and handled by ot the largest Canadian agencies fill fee same way as any large .commercial Is believed lhat Iblif will be campaign 'either firfCanada of in the United "States in 'the government OJ (the country'nM endeavored to create 'a domestic a'product "of pital -for 'tlie troopa stationed in the neighborhood The frTmy Council have accepted tns offer, ol the Ohesebrough Manu- facturing. Co. to supply toas ol i vaseline for the troops. In" view- that it is the duty of every. ab'e bodied man to enlist, the Black-! heath Royal Football Club have can- celled all their matches. At a meeting of the council of the South Wales Miners' Federation it was stated that over 7000 miners were tale" in 'the coalfields The full statt o! the electricity de- partment of the Slarleyiione Borough Council, England, numbering 200; have been sworn in as special' constables SiAStantial orders tor fine' yarns, wh ch have hitherto been executed at -tlie tfoul try iby th ume institution to create homa femaad lor He product. I Merlhvr has s execue a Lille, in France carried out oy a Manchester "pining firm. A prominent resident of Tydvil, EBg, Alfred r as ojalleneed Krir Kardie to resign hta seat and conteat It on the war. Victoria hotelkeppera.have raised w the price of liquor, but not nearly to 1 the point tliey were expected to Prices are now double of those in On- tario. Henry- P. llof, of Flatbush, N. Y., when fined .for speeding, declared he' payroll in the car and thought pursuing policemen were rob- bers. 'rA large shoe manufacturing com- ny jrflli hfeMlauartere at Montreal WenVskfa'DV the' French 'gWefn. Kent to snhmlt bld.i on shoes