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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUR THE .tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, s OCTOBER 19l4 3Letbbrtbge Detalb; Hlbecta DAILY 'AND WEEKLY 'i, SUBSCRIPTION RATES .'Dally, delivered, per year..... 'Pally, by mall, por year...... 'Weekly, by mail, per year..... 54.00 3.00 1.00 Bnslnesa Office Editorial Office......... W. A. Buchanan John'Torranco MaDKEiag Business Uaiiager 3253 1224 'THE TIGHTING-ZONE OP EUROPE AS THE SITUATION LOOKS Finding thpir efforts to ibeat back the Allies along tho Aisna ineffectual, xho Germans are evidently embarked on :i new plan of campaign, This '.TTOiilU- appear to ibe the drawing of a liae from Lille northmirds to Ypres, in Belgium, and thence northwesterly tp Oatend, threatening a sweep on the "Channel ports, autl a fresh advance V Paris from a new direction. For this purpose the enemy's right; wing has boea considerably strengthened by re- inforceinents taken from the centre. of the line of batUo along the Aisne- This diversion in the plan of tho -enemy's campaign looks to have teea_ forced on ulm to prevent his being- thrown 'back on his second lino of defence extending from Mons on to ;Kamur, -Brussels and. Lie ge, and now. prolonged to Antwerp, if the 'battle of the Aisne is continued. The success j gained by the Allies at Ypres is riglit- reckoned one of considerable im- portance seeing that it has so. far "proved effectual In preventing tne en trenchment of the enemy QD, his !pr posed new line from Lille to Osteni Naturally -the object so far galne -bv the Germans -dra-pr _tli'e-..lAtt' on to th iNord, and 'Flandors.'.bnt.whellie fthey will 'diversion .remains .to- be seen.: .THE "TIT opposition, at :and in the course of 'Ms 'speech mad "the declara'tjbn that if he cama" to lice no officials would be '.less for malfeasance in office or poll partisanship, and tnea only afte Jan investigation, _, Since coming power he has neglected this promis.8 'evidently 'being influenced by tha element in his party who favor_ th f ''spoils" system., and who argued tha 'the removed Tory jlals, so Tyny-fc shouldn't wo get rid the a Conseryatiy defeatee "blooded enoug ,to put the policy into effect, it wa "There -are -.countless 'cas were re- turning from a dancing Darti The author of "Tipperary" is Jack Judge, a music hall artist, and, it is _said it iust managed to get published at all. Almost every Lon- non it copies are pemg prmf-ed and doesn't begin supply tfta demand. psychological study than' th'e causes of a song's popularity. It-is largely a matter of Iuckv .li it large audience in certain -moodr-it will speedily be taken up. Dan Em- met, the writer LLUSTRATING from life the newest two-button of all extremes except extreme neatness and beauty of lines. t WE AKB EXCLUSIVE AGENTS McKelvie The 2 M'S McGuire KIRKHAM BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. v xtits, had-an experience much like r Judge's. lorgftd to a minstrel troupe m the Mrs Dr Templeton, wife of Major tf, F Templeton, who left' Branded m charge of tho 21st Field Ambu- lance brigade and who is' now in England with the'first Canadian Con- tingent, is dead. She was the young- est daughter Judge Cumberland Every Member of the Family enjoys the VidrolaJ -VICTROLA IV, Oak t'wuever glad to food We Have It! Visit .our Victor Dept. today and ask to hear the British March- ing Song "IT'S A LONG, LONG WAY'TO Bung 1 by tl.i Imperial "Soldiers of the Pryor's Band. Victor Record No. 17639. Price for the two aelectiona Mason tason 404 6th at South! 21 Western BranchW .Phone There are so many kinds of music and entertainment that the VMrola can give, that everyone has what he likes best Ttait we Vktoti ud in fw yitietv of .rfjlfi boa >20 lo (ft ttn il dtii ed) ud lu- nch dwhk iWd. U90c h, lim-H iN MMS'I ittlm m tot AA be hte bo.ll Berliner Gram-o-phone Limited Street, .Montnal SIALIR5 IN EVERY TbWW AND CITY VlAor Hide to Germ Causes i Infantile Paralysis Baltimore, JM, Oct Simon Reiner, head of the 'Rockefeller In- (or 'Jfedical Research, speak- ed to what he has already'publicly Raid sboat his work on infantile par- alysis. A sear- ago Dr. Flexner said here that he fcglleved he had cultlvaUd the gonn ot ths disease- Pormeily believed to bi timer do VOMHtttm Here today, adi and It haa been shown that ft passes' through filters -which -will hold back particles lirge as that br of nourishing material ,t became vig cultivating the germ an t ipeefal kind Ibis with' a hlgn power mlcrosebpe, It la at leait one-fifth'-the ilia of .any known form of bacterU. Whea he made hli prior ir.oounce- inent had not heen succemful ducmr In. animtU" by Injection of cnHr.wof tM> RkrM. By hii ipecla! he announced that he liu now Kcompllihtd this that accordlnfly the The doctor ittd bfllered 4ii- eaee1 tnoimlttnl ttroofh tie re- iplraiory rather than by In- ai lome hild o theory that fectly! healthy penom often .carried (term In and infectoil that then were of infantile paralyili iutt ai It li known that there are of and dlptherla, who, whlW not from them VICTROLA XVI IV inHmmt ky wkiek d niul ;