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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH IDs LETHBRIDGE 0AJLY HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, Hlberu DAILY AND WUKLV. Pally, per raar..... Dally, by mall, per year...... Weekly, by mall, per year.... N TELEPHONES: Business Offlco Editorial Offlco John Torrance Business Manager W. A. Buchanan Managing Director IB tiit Hon. Mr. Cumin ku uiffiiilt platoiy aid Hon. Mr. Sir Loawr Oeuln Hon. in Mr or re- vkftl M IB rtMW IIBVC Tto accusations ainlmt Q-jtbco and ita rMncU-aneaMng public men to which reference has made aro aot vroll Your King and Couatry Noad You Right Nov.- HCKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN RUSSIAN HIGH PRIEST BLESSING.A BRIDGE IN POLAND BOUND CIRCLE OF THE WAR The first movements of the Allied 'troops asalnst Hie Bulgarians In Sep have been crowned with success. f Following closely upon the news telephones for Edmonton 'the occupation of'StrutnniUa, Bui- resigned. thirty miles north of Sal- Lambert Bond, a well known. Van- couver barrister, is dead. Thomas Eastwood, for 30 years proprietor .oi the Eastwood hotel at Toronto have cient custom ot the (..reek ChtucJ. gone to join the Princess Pats rein- Iforcing company at Montreal, i F t Caktwell, superintendent of city, has This unusunl pholo shows a cuemonj of blessing Supreme Court, here, last Mlss Mary Frederick, Toronto, aged parlie er partyism not patronage can blind night. i forces are concentrating for a com- blued land and sea attack on Bulgaria, 4ln which Russians and will jmlso take part. Italy will co-opermte Urn sea with, a naval squaarw. Tlie -wnldi it Wiow engaging the English mind Is the i advisabHHy, nelles campalgm. Thta Is IMJIC Min- f estly considered by the Brlitah 1'lnet Russians are continuing their suc- on the eastern iront French I troops have bad further victories ifl i France. It Is announced that a French liner las been torpedoed, and 71. fives A MUNICIPAL i GOLF LINKS It "is announced Jerre three months. first German gun was.fired and most whole country has been shamed by The court granted'an ordfr post- loyally has kept that pledge. He is the revelations: before i MEDICINE HAT NEW poning for 30 days the sheriffs sale, with those who believe" that there; commission and in war time punish-. Medicine Hat, Alta., Oct. of the Hewson's Pure Wool Textiles, j should be -no-civil party rnsirt for such otlences should be even j MacCourt, W. Bnnnan and W. this country unt I. the war swifter than in the less critical per- j are hack from Calgary, and is over, and with hijn sUiud, we are iods of peace. But this is a far dn- brought with them the appointments confident, all the better and more i fereht matter tram' 'seeking to' Limited, Halifax. Bee, Methodist min- isttr of Loieburn, Sask., has enlist- _ _.. ed with the Princess Pats lor active i patriotic elements in the community, strengthen a political party in par- service. C. V. Lester, rector of St. Luke's Brantford, of iive members of the Hussars them- selves and two others, as provisional lieutenants of the S9th Kegimont, and Twith the authority to raise a company j Self-defence was tho plea of the ac- OFFICERSlCUEed, who, while admitting having shot .Long, claimed he was in fear of the deceased, who -had come- over from his ranch on the American side of the border in search of stray cat- tle. Dill formerly lived in Montana, and came to Saskatchewan lu the spring of 1914. ed an appointment orasaas service -Charged with stealing a. duck from': a' Chinese caie, James Clarke, Ni-; has'receiv- QJN JOFFRE ITALY'S KING DINE ON BATTLEFRONT i in Jiedicine Hat. ihaplam lor.i The regiment is to be known as tho Sftth Is Col. Nasmyth's, which was I first called the 105th. agara-Fallsr, was sentenced to sij months in jail. I Georre Graham, former general su-i perintendent- of the at Van-i cbuver, has been appointed manager ot the Dominion Atlantic. Railway in Nova Scotia. W. J.' Ableson, a farmer of Koran township, was accidentally -'shot and instantly killed by his eight-year-old visiting friends on Thanks-j Mng dav. i Lieut R K C Davis, of the Third battalion, Toronto contingent, was t according to an official .report from Edmonton f-that the municipal links In that) city are paying It is the only j profit bearing utility the capital pos j sesses Municipal golf links are not a j new venture'on this side of the 1 or in the Old Land Whether they j A. B. Goodall, freight conductor on j could be made, to pay In a city the size of Letlibridge is questionable, though the city might find it advantageous to lay out a course at Henderson Part, and secure enough revenue to maintain it from a small Lers Golf is an expensive game when grounds of the proper size have to'be purchased and maintained by private individuals. The man of ordinary means cannot afford to participate in the game, no matter how much he may desire. With municipal links op- en ..to-all citizens this great outdoor i game could be indnlged. in, and it is niore than, possible that the city might get some revenue from Hendfr-. I son Park from, auch ft i SIR WILFRID'S PART IN RECRUITING The Mootital OutUi tlve, takea MBMjMsn ta> f other provineM rafarl .1 tude of the of Qvebee gard to the nr, and particularly to the critleiflm directed'afainat the pub- the Algoma, Central railway, killed near Sault-Ste. Marie j by being caught in the wreckage when h's tram backing, collided with an- j other. i Harry Lome White Cunningham of Hamilton, Ont., will apply at tie. 'riest session of parliament for a bill' of .divorce from his wife, Hattie- Bell Cunningham, of the city of Calgaiy, on the usual, grounds. C. Tatman, two miles from Rocky! Mountain -House, Alta., has been ar- rested on a charge of culpable man-j slaughter TIi? an old lady of; CLAIM VILLA PUT TO DEATH BY SOLDIERS El Paso, Tex., Oct. The company which the, local off! aerp hours that lorized to, raise have been authi here will receive their prelhninary here. It is understood that the 13th C. M. R. Is to come here. Then there will be at lea t the Medicine Hat com- pany of- the 89th, possibly tho wholo regiment. eneral Francisco A'i'ila, chief of the Constitutional, forces, has been arrest- ed by his own men at Casas Grandes, convicted, and put to could not be authoritatively confirmed here HON. A. P. WELTON D-SAD Halifax, N.S., Oct. death WORTH A FORTUNE suddenly yesterday at his Cort'land, N.Y.. OcL eight-1 residence King's County, months'-old was sold at the Hoi- of lion Alfred P Welton He ropre j stein sale here today for The calf's1 sire is King Sigis Pontiac Al- cartia, and his dam Woodcrest Peter Jeelm? sented King's coutity in the House" Assembly from ISfll to 1894. He was appointed to.Jthe Legislative council in 1894. Mr. Welton was a Liberal: HE IS NOW A FULL BREVET-COLONEL London, "pbt." 'lO.-rLIeu't.-Col. A. C. Joly-de Lotbinisre, temporary briga- dier of the Montreal ttdynl Knglneevs, 1ms been bryvet-cnlonel for his services In tho field. Col. Lotinhiure wns horn in Quebec in unrt gruduate'd from the ttoyal MWItary CoMeee' at Kingston In 1S33. Three years later he entered the Roy- al Engineers, and in 1011 was pro- moted to the rank of lleutemmt-col- Edwin Montague, financial secre- tary of the British Treasury, says every Briton must put half his in- come at the, service of the state, eith- er in tax.or iu loan. 'Montreal' to Glasgow ATHENIA'___Nov. 9 16 Cabin passengers oniy. I J52.50T 3rd Prepaid Tkkets f from Scotland, issued inforiiiation Railway or ijteam- iff H. E. LIDMAN ..Agenl. -----1. Phone M. B312 llns photo taken during the recent Msit ot Gen. Joffre toi the Italian shows him (standing) and King Victor of Italy uas found in a dying condi- tion in some buildings on a farm .two'mile's from the town.. Rey.-Major W. I-I. Kmsley, a chap- lain dome duty at No.- 1 Casualty Clearing Station, 1st Army Head-. Quarters, Brrtish Expeditionary Force i r IB Ftiaoe, and erne of the best known' eating their luncheon dunng an uwpeobon of the Austnan front dlrttiw of the Biy af Metho- Bear Fresco, dirt Conltretice, has one son at the wiiK aiothw is kaTinf soon wHk lltb Battalioa oi Edmon- Aiotkef MB kM ottered ser- ui Mr Kinsley's daughter, Kin Era Entity, is on ner way over to do 4ntjr wita t part; o! Canadian aurtM. GIVEN SHOWER OF MUD London. Out. Renter lie men of province on the Town tays: "General Louis Both thit the? are not earnmt enough In Botha, the Premier, ihaa concluded another electioneering: the work of promoting interest m OI1 which he addressed many meeting! in former rehcl centres in the western Trans.yaal. At a maior- ity these meetings he received a peaceful hearing, and obtained votes of confidence, bat at -Christiania ho was howled down and face bespat- tered with The. Oaiette notes that these, criticisms oome from both ildefl of the political fence, although it does not say, the Regina Leader as with truth raijht well be that Wilind Laurier is made the chief 1 target of this kind of attack. As> j ihatter of fact, the .Leader says, any. criticism directed, against Mr: Bfon- din, one of the Nationalist members i of Sir Robert Borden's CabineV-has come.by way of retort because of tbe Tory attacks Referring to the Liberal leader, Toe Gazette says: "Sir Wilfrid Laurier li on record in no. unequivocal way. Speaking at St. Lin on August S, he declared toat he fully supported the liolicy.of sending troops in what he called the great conflict for -liberty now going on in Europe. Theu', as reported, he added: :I speak with all .the authority I possess as leader of the iLiberal party when I jiroclaim the fact that I am.behind tbe Canadian government in this pot- icy.1 That was straight as it could .foe, and he .supported it with advice tbati it has been declared, helped the of recruiting Nor was this the 'nn'iy occasion on which the leader ol the opposition declared himself on the tome The .Gazetto also nuotee from an ad- 4rewi by Kr. Blondin, and conctu4ei' "Tho attitude thus set out It also that W nta.r rrcaca spenklnt public aun V For Pile Sufferers PHa T r n t. Rives quick re- ef, Hop; itch- In v, bleedtnjf er protnitjfns pilea, htmorrholds atio all recUl troubles, In the privacy of Jour own liome, 60c a box at all rtigeuta: A'single box often cures. Frre trial with booklet mailed free in plain wrapper. If you us coupon beiovr. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY, 529 Pyramid Bldg.r Marshal] Mich. .Klndy send mo a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment in plain wrapper. Name..................... Street.......................... City State 1915 OCTOBER 1915 YOU make the date, WE'LL deliver the printing. The Lethbridge Herald Printing Go. Ltd. Repairs For Machinery Any Wponirs on Any Machine. our New Machinery Pftouldlna and Repairing of Every Description Ail Repairs for Case and Reeves Engines. G. KISCHEL. Lessee OF THE PLANT OF THE LETHIMIOOE IRON WOUKf CO. LTD. Don't Forget We promised to take care of her and me children when he volunteered to give up everything for his country. He might not have gone so readily if he had ,hot been assured that we would. What are You Going To Do About It? Subscribe cheerfully to the PATRIOTIC FUND when they call upon you to do so. ;