Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN LETHUniDGE DAILT HERALD SATUKDAY, OCTOIWR I'l. 1010 Do you want dear, amber; delicious coffee? Try, Try, a Tr-i-colator each Demonstrator atH. A. McKillop's Store Monday To Scotland Large Steamers Low Rates, Good Service. Sailings from Montreal to Glasgow. SATURN1A Oct. 24 CASSANDRA Nov. ATHENIA nov. Tickets aud other information from any railroad or s.s. ageut. or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 531S Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. Regina. Oct. H. Dev-j line. M.L.A. for Klnistino. under sen-; tence of three years in connection' with the Brown road'frauds.-appeared again before the Wetinore commission morning to answer ques- tions relating to the evidence given by J. M. Gallagher, guard at the provin- cial jail. Devliue admitted talking frequently to Gallagher: aud admitted making some of-the statements which Gallagher quoted. In regard to others, his meaning had been distorted, he stated. "Rightly or wrongly. I thought the crown prosecutor got his instructions from the attorney-general's depart- ment and that the judge discussed the case with the crown prosecutor, aud as near as I can remember, that was -what 1 I knew that Mr. Calder at the head of the government. message, written apparently and was a mighty thorough man iujdays previous to his invthine he went into, and I knew: -'-Men at home who brealhe tobae- thit he" was going to see this thing co sraoke as freely as they breathe through. 110 matter who got hurt. 1 j ajr, cannot know how much tobacco was sure in my own mind he was not means to the mail in the trenches, or goinir to spare either Brown or me inj rather how much the loss of it means, connection with it. Linking that with I During the Spanish-American war. in tie other. I figured out that Calder tiie s. Army regulations, tobacco was probably responsible for the in- officially classified as 'Officers' about Simpson's environment caused him to do what he is supposed to have done. The same thing might liave been applied to were talking about them both. I did noi make the statement ihat Brown had been stealing for the government." WHAT A WAR CORRESPONDENT j them. SAID ABOUT TOBACCO FOR SOLDIERS t Among the papers left by Richard; Harding Davis, the brilliant In land 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground for Perco- lators. The Attitude oftheGreeks The following stntemiMl. written to (he Herald by N. Yanr.is. a former Greek journalist, ami prominent ill Greolt circles In Lcthbridge, cmbodiui. tho scnlinumts held by the Hellenes at iiresent, aad Is along Hie lines of llie resolutions that will be adopted at the public gathering ot Greeks to ij.> i Id tomorrow, when all Greek store.) and restaurants will close between S p.m. and t Ol'.in- In celebration of the event. Mr. Vaunls writes us follows: "While live cataclysm is "aging to save her from ultra-barbar- ity, and the allied nations are shedding their best blood for this Only aud noble cause, to uphold the ideals of liberty, justice, and civilization, one should ask where is Greece? Vvhere is Greece of her glorious past, where the embryo of liberty was born, rais- ed and bred'.' Is she put to a lethargic pandlnionlum of enthusiasm and more could not bo u nobler 1'oellns j Ulan that whore you could see poo. pie express unbiased feelings. Vivo FranCB again, Et Mlllo Vivo la. Franco. "The tree of tho revo- lution that bore the fruits'of'llborly, that very, same tree that has extond- cd Its favored branches to Greece Is uprisen to her real spirit with Vonl- zelos us leader, Is going to, put tho nation to the orde.r and honor again. Venlzelos. th'j ideal of Greek symbol- ism has Uiken Hie matter in Ills own hands, lie is-not only followed by the whole nation that Is confronted with its physical and historical boun- daries in the Mediterranean today, i hilt is followed by all the Greeks in Asia Minor and Thrace, and by all I the Greek communities scattered In the different quarters of the globe-. Already Greek communities in I'. S. and South America not to mention tho Greek communities of Egypt. France and Great flrilain have at- ready materially and morally assist- ed him In his noble war. The Greeks of Lethbridge with the co-operation ed and bred? Is she put to a letnargic of Greek-Canadians are bavi.ig a [coma to rest for the balance of her for this purpose tomorrow historical life in shame and contempt? (0 to him the full confidence Is there any Greece at all? ami to assure him that they are ready Indeed it would he an absurdity, it should sound like a blasphemy even to think for a moment that the Grecian people forgetful of all their glorious traditions and of the immea- surable gratitude they owe to Great! Britain. France, and Russia, are lean- ing towards the Germanic dictatorial culture. Again it should sound like a blas- phemy if we should think so for a 'mo- ment.' and if .there are few, finger- counted Greeks that have betrayed the cause of Hellenism, these very same men of Judaic and degenerated type, bought by the gold of the Gor- manlc propaganda, this is a phenome- which alike the laws of physics to make the sacrifices as needed to clear the stigma of apathy that has shamed the whole notion." and resistance" similarly met among the different races of the BRITISH STEAMER SUNK London, Qc.t. M.-t'l'.he, sinking of the steamer Gardcpee is announc- ed by Lloyds. Twelve members of the crew have bci-n lauded and lo are missing. The learner Gardepec was of gross tons. PROTEST OF PARENTS Quebec. Oct. Justice Sir 'rancois Lemieux has dismissed welvfs writs uf habeas corpus by par- nfs of minors who enlisted without onsent. holding that lesion must ba iroved. world. There these things he ju a he church, decided today .upon advance policy, I "To those who closely Cilu omunt. i tuose 1111 clubul.i ii.iiL.it... "I have been a looker-on on seven j ]OWCii alut studied the whirling table wars, and I find it so with each ali diplomatic and political them, aud with men of all races. Give CVCIlls, jt is more easily understood them tobacco and there is .10 hard-; iunv deformation of public opin- I ship that they will tlot cheerfully i ioll Greece was the first hich will take eigh- k out. A [financial objective o in the watched, fol- year of 1917-15 was fixed lip- Oi, aml year church, as a whole, will be thoroughly organized "nTTays teen months to fully wor jrd. It is unavoidable, financial objective of suffer. So with the purpose of your oue. am heartily in ac can war correspondent and author, is brother discovered the following few k pla... that was expected, i goi.ia to enter, into the struggle by the side of her benefactors, right af- "If the glorious record of the Can-. tel. [ilf, anjed nations had'entered in- adian troops has been made on short rations of tobacco, we may confi- dent that well supplied with it they will in a short time be in lierlin. which is the heartfelt wish of. "iSgd.) Riuhard Harding Davi to it. is a simple matter of honor to her. there was ouly one national "It in order to prepare for this great in-1 crease. H is an advance of 1150.000 over the amount now raised. 11 A simultaneous missionary cam- j paign' throughout al Canada and an "every .Methodist" canvass will take e lilaciMiext fall after a year's thorough organization. The officers of tho mis- sionary society were requested to pre- sent a" statement to the uext meeting have (lie Hole Agency for Letiibridge, Blues. Grays and Blacks that will not fade. Watch the piece of Blue Serge tacked to the front of our store. ally a soldier's needs. structions riven the crown prosecutor. Supplies.' It was considered a luxury. L understood Mr. Calder was acting: cabled from Cuba that oar attorney-general at the time. I attach- soldiers in Cuba needed .tobacco, my hlame to Calder for doing that. I! appeal was ridiculed aad 1 was asked 'diers did not also war" the road work frauds in thej pajamas and eau-de-cologne. iesteru end of the province, in regard i'mari-who-had never gone without to- ,n [h llands tb which Bevline as bacco. .and .who could fill his pouch saving Brown had started to steal for [or case at the street corner, still JbVgovernment first, Devline said: jthought tobaccola luxury. "I made no such statement as that' "It was Sir Frederick Treves. dur- with 'reference to Brown. I think we ing the South African War, who made were talking about sn article in one of [people understand that for the sol- 5ie papers: it had a good deal to say j diers tobacco was a necessity. A man unfortunately, the money being sub-; course open to her, to live or to die of tne almual conference. i by tlie side of her liberators and bene- officers were elected to the execu- lactors- only one way was opened to tlve tor tne ensuing year during to- Ye.iezelos j Jay.3 sessions. The ex-offieio inem- leavcs to I were: Rev. S. D. Cliown. i of slavery aud tyranny of her six mil- The above is the testimony of a ,Jcr man who had been through seven. tu iluu wars, and who himself kiiew person- j our 'ni3lol.y by loosening the chains like our great idol to add more goli Orcel! scribed to Canada's Tobacco Fund is j Tlirace an brothers in Bulgaria. Asia Minor. It was a i to accomplish the great .._...........-----, idea, that very same that 'jayiicui j ply, and an earnest .appeal is made. js inspired in every Greek soul. Manning assistant. seuieun.> thought he was too severe." if our soldiers did not also want silk fo'r more [lmds Contributions for-! ,.The GcrmanS' knew very well, and I mloslonY' Hev. .1. H. Arnup. B.A., as- i road work frauds in .and eau-de-cologne. I ne i be placed1 tim..Tiii--i. In the hands of the treasurer of the focal :branch of the fiind to be for- warded to headquarters. scnoeu 10 s i' i'jji-acp iasufficient to provide each Canadian i soldier with a weekly tobacco sup- j Holloni mf, o so muciriiiore the Austrians, the Tar-1 :ars, and the Turks, the over-hated D.D., superintendent; liev. A. Car- man, D.D.. general superintendent emeritus; Hev. James Allan. >LA., general secretary home missions; Rev. J; Endicott, D.D., general Eecre-. tury foreign' Rev. C. U. Manning., assistant secretary home 'MEXICAN GENERAL KILLED .Mexico City, Oct. Em- i enemies of Greece, not only that they (never bad even'Ja; millionth part of a space'in a Greek'heart, but they .secretary foreign missions. Lay representa- Howell, K.C., -M.P. j: FlKvelle, Hon. Justice llac- laren, Hon. E. J. Davis. Thos. Hill knew very well also that the representatives: Rev. Wood, for ages and ages past, had j g ilio Orozco. Zapatist has beea inoculated with the bacillus of' mreu and shot. ilate and contempt for them. Hearts. a short phraseology they were .considered by them as enemies bo-j WOMAN KILLED BY AUTO "forehand, and only a stamp of causus- j belli was momentarily expected to j Toronto, Oct. Sarah Home put theory into practice. 64 year old was struck and killed last "The pro-allied. war demonstrations, wllen was struck down at in Athens and in the remotest parts I tjl corner of Dauforth and Varlaw of the country were ample indications! by an automobile driven by to them to feel that being hopelessly Bertna Morrison, 18 years old, and out of Greek sympathy, had to take owned by Charles H. Short, also IS The New Whole Wheai j gnorcy Rev. J. E. Mavety, Hev. fjj Rmkln, G. N. Hasen, H. Fl avor EVEN the confirmed sweet tooth of the family is likely to go light on the sugar when eating KRUMBLES. This new whole Wheat food has such a fine sweet- ness of its own that the more you chew it, the sweeter it tastes! The wonderful thing about Krumbles is that this delicious flavor has been hiding in the wheat until the Krumbles method was discovered Made in Toronto, In the WAXTITE A Look for this Signature. urgently into their hands, and put into operation, their diabolical and ualy mediums of keeping Greece neu- itral in tills struggle. And to accom- 'plish this, solicited the co-operation of the head executive of the nation. It was Kiftg Constantine and Baro.i Seng that .were going to apply to and put into practice the plans of Kaiser William. They wore try- ing to be the grave-diggers of Greece. They knew very well that direct Ger- man -propaganda to divert the public opinion of "Greece to -their favor was more than impossible.. They had to try other ugly means. They had to deliver their master stroke against he governmental system. Putting therefore into paralysis the whole governmental engine.. Their only ob- stacle to finish al! was the great idol, Venizelos. They delivered the blow right and they put him out with the profound indignation of the: people not knowing what was hap- pening meanwhile. To me still sounds in my ears the echo-Vive La France that I used to hear wherever I was while I was there. It was a years old. Short and Miss Morrison are being held on a manslaughter charge. A MESSAGE FOR THE PRES- ENT Pastor 'of Ne'vi TomoiTow Night And get the Bible View nf the present great war and its out- come. Subject: "The Present vVvffd '-Crisis arid Signs of the End of the A'ge." SONS OF ENGLAND HALL Tenth Street- South SUNDAY, OCT. 15, 7.30 p.m. All Seats Free No Collection Bring Your Friends W. E. All Wheai Ready to Eat CANADA ROYAL HOUSEHOLD' Flour and Win HON. JOHN COSTIGAN Member of four Conservative gov- ernments at Ottawa and finally. Lih- aral Senator who died on Friday lasl. 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