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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER It, 1914 Sbe fcetbbdbge alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... I Dftily, by mail, per year.......- Weekly, by mall, per year... TELEPHONES BnHness Office 1J' Editorial Office.............. 12Vorks in Ca the early fifties A Warsaw dispatch to Jleuter'sSTel graph Co sajs that the sale of spirits nd wine is !prohibited, ev.en in.first- lass restaurants, hotels and clubs .d that Warsaw is-now a completely rj city Ward Hamilton Bowlby, KG, cele- rated the eightieth anniversary of his irth at Berlin, having been born Germans, assisted by spies, managed Edmonton and Toronto are classed to open the tide gates offthe Sleuse, its waters, which uere extremely deep They were then ahlo to cross the river, "When the Namur commander saw lat resistance was impossible with- out reinforcements he tried to rally all the forces from the outlying forts to the main points of defence, but owing 'to the work of spies he found his underground telephone system de- en says he is the test man for its' strayed He was thus unable to di- fli and thlats he eught to serve vrfth- ut salary. That's the way, ho pay r( the higlLUasa'inan; but a'full sal- jy for thefrsecond rater. W, Q Hunt, wanted, the .General. Conference at Ot- tawa to extend congratulations to fellow" Methodist on his appointment as Premler_ of Ontario. We didn't hear.that friend-Hunt was imbued with the same idea when. A. L. Sifton, a Methodist, became Premier rot Alberta, though he may have got forward a congratulatory message to that other eminent Methodist Sir Rodmond Rob- lin, on his re-election in (Manitoba. GENERAL ELECTION "Ont of tie east cc-mevpersistent ru- thaf may lie a genetal elec tion for- tie Doiiuiion in a very I months Ot Muras that is just, wha Canada wanfj.'at the moment "A.Uttl more of of bnsi nen is' eagerly desired toy the mercan tile community Then again election in the mWs of a war, the whole Is Involved, would 'bear .erWence to the splendid patriotic spirit of thr4en lying down of couise, Btaoding you might "How I came to bp (n the hole and ilway embankment on and commanded it for nine years He was a Past Grand Master of the Or ange association. Ex-Commissioner DrV James Mills of Ottawa, and Rev Dr. Choipn, gen oral superintendent of the conference were chosen to represent the .Metho- dist church of ranada at the'honorary YOUR NEXT DOGE NEIGHBOUR Is he prospering Are you doing your part towards helping him to prosper? Remember that unless he prospers you yourself will suffer. Whatever be nukes that you buy it from him, rather tlTan from someone the end that he may be able to buy what you yourself ;ttiake or sell, to the end that you create prosperity for him and for jrourielt Canadian is your your next-door -eyery Canadian needs your help how just as you need the help of every impulse of patriotum and every ounce of reason urge you to buy only Canadian-made you will resolve to do so and consistently carry out the resolve every Canadian workman will be employed, Canadian merchants will prosper, you yourself reafc the of "good Remember EVERY CANADIAN IS YOUR NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOUR IA While in the shed waiting his turn to toe tatea out he was told that he was going to he transferred to another Btretclier He asl-ed where the other stretcher was. Thet attendant points it qut and at that moment was call- ed away When he got back'he found the sergeant on the stretcher, latter having .moved himselfi How it Feels to be Hit by a "Black Maria" will he satisfactory when porno indisputable authority has judg- ed the question o> the relative effica- ciousness of the German hig howit- zers, their approximate mortal range of action, and if they do as much ex- ecution as the noise they mate ihoiild warrant The testimony _of a British captain who has actually'.obserfea1 th4 operations of these guns', is1 of Inter- est He says ''I was standing with a sergeant watching a German sniper climbing up a church steeple Black maria> had been dropping around us more or less all morning. one a yard from us nobody saw any more c' the sergeant. I ,found alter a while, Icing m thejiole j-it, had made, about SIT feet iiTdteTnetet aSd three or lour feet deep.' ,1 feltUiH, a fearful state of indescribable pain all wvetv for perhaps five minutes and then suddenly thought I was all right again. I walked a few paces and tlintblcrt into the atms of flTcotpc Smco then 1 have not walral, Kay! several pieces'ofisUcIl ia my lege'aiS three-bits in mylea'd x iNOT WIDELY EFFECTIVE "About the black T 3s, you may !ake It from mo that ,ieydo 'very it-tie harm except exactly where thty )itch II they come among men jig, of course they blew them to bits, and the first effect of the shot s.very bad But you tee mi own a day or two 1< was very Ittle the worse toe the splinters. I thould say that at 30 yards there MORE: TROOPS 'FfiOM AUSTRALIA London, Oct. offer of the Australian government to send anoth- er brigade of Hfht horse'with a bri- gade train and field ambulance baa 'gratefully accepted" If j the army council. 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