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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WOMEN KEPLA015.MI5N IX FRENCH MLINIJIOIV FACTORIES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1915 PAGE FOUR ttb: ribji Ifoeralfc ailu-rta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Ratei: Dally, delivered, ner voar Dally, by mail, per Weekly, by mail, per year... TELEPHONES: Business Oflk-e Editorial Office 1352 1224 W. .A. Buchanan Managing Director ohn Torrance Manager I Your King and Country Need j You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The .Wiles have gained their first of moral or lesa 'treaty to conn; to Serbia's aid in :x Hal- war. A very iiracticn1. difference is Unit violation of suro to cause tiio miseries ot an unequal war. uhlle it was known that UK- merely technical trossass at Salonlkl would be winticd at Greece, and would cause no The per- functory protest Of Ureecp only al- leged Serbia had 1101 yet been attacked by Bulgaria, and hence tliat the- advent of Serbia's allies was pro- j mature. But from the moment of liul- i garinn agsresslon on Serbia, which j WM knows to be certain, Greece her- j was bound to fight for and bv. the same token to welcome on her territory Serbia's other allies. "Thue. any merely technical tres- pass or offence of France and (land has already been terminated by liut Germany's offtuce in j Belgium continues and is mora.'iy in- 'terminable. Germany never had and never could have in the premises a :Ut to send great victory in the Balkans by driv- ing back the Bulgarians along the en- tire front to such an extent that Ser- bia-is now considered practically safe platoon across the Belgian Border. j Germany offended against the princi- t'.ce cf liood faith among nations, j France and England at Salouiki, as j Premier Venizelos had the candor to i irom lliat quarter. The general belief j admit, were on Grecian soil to do the I work taat Greece herself had ensas- 1 is that a great concentrated effort; -cd to do as regards her ally and their j be made on Bulgaria and Turkey- gerbja R beea bad i to briny about their downfall before fj.jtll gerbia for Greece to bin- j the Central Powers can. send them jder the Apslo-French expedition. ;Uld, ranch aid j quite rightly, Greece interposed noth- The recall of Sir Ian Hamilton from j "T words, reminditlg tut Dardanelles, ostensibly to n irom; ,_., i her' guests that thair coming, while 6 j not unwelcome, was a bit premature, t reiiort. Is regarded as very signifi-l Greece was 'violated1 to, cant, and the bs'iief is gaining ground jner own advantage and with her tacit., thar this campaign is about to while Belgium was ravaged; abandoned altogether by the Allies. agaitisl; iierti'c pes'.etance to her en-1 The resignation of Sir Edward Car-i during harm: civ. from the British Cabinet preeipi-l "Simi'iar distinctions, which escape latos a oreak over the Balkan policy, Mr. Ilale's analytical limitations may TO which Sir Edward has been oppos-1 easily drawn by readers who are l-u iu its m-eient form accustomed to 'handle bare fuels in Berlin reports Austrian advances in Serbia along the Save front, and also south of Belgrade. the cl antecedent conditions, rul- ing motives, and actual consequences." HAIL AND WEED' LOSSES It is estimated that Saskatchewan's losses from hail this year reach over one million dollars. This is a Urge STRANGE PEOPLE (Toronto Telegram) The Agent-General of Western Aus- tralia in London, Hon. Thomas Mac- kenzie, has received word that his son was blinded for life fighting as a pri- vate In the Dardanelles. ALL EYES FIXED OX THE BALKAN STATES common scene- in France is the one here shown, where women have taken over many branches of man', work. The scene shows French women filling shells with shrapnel at the munition factories in CUamout. ______ Arc Your Children v Learning to Save Money? Each maturing :son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in the Union Bank.of Canada, with 'opportunities to regularly, and training in how to expend money wisely. Such an educatiorvln thrift and saving will provh Invaluabfo In later We OF CANADA LETHDRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager' ,1 Or particular interest ou this ma.i ai-e Salomki, ueai which Berlin saya the Allies have landed troops to aid Serbia, aud Orsova, which a Teutonic drive is uniu u> have begun. amount, but it is not to fee compared these Australians ihe losses from weeds. Hail ieaaers wm not accept titles, and he insured-against. Hut in- jare occasionally willing to send their j suraace against weeds is; sons on active service as privates fn- stead: of thrusting them into commis- sions or staff appointments. ers and good farming. KEEP THE FLAG ALWAYS IN SIGHT In the Public achool at Magrath, ac- cording1 to a reiwrt from our corres- pondent in Monday's issue a Union Jack is to be placed in every room, so that the emb'iem of British justice, lib- ertv and freedom will always be he- fore the.puDils. We do not use the flag enough in this country. .It is j not made conspicuous at this time as 4t should be. One thing to be said for the people across the line, and that Is' they do not hesitate to display the 'flag of their country, and they wor- ship it When tJie ilag Is displayed it is a signal for an outburst of en- thusiasm What's wrong with .us over here? The Union Jack repre- development. It for all the Empire stands for. 'It-is for the flag and the people who enjoy protection that men are giv- ing up their lives in Europe today. This ,flag ought to be in all school rooms and the pupils should be train- id to love the flag. Through the flag we have the opportunity of impress- ing love of. country .upon our young people in the schools. Why is it that in the cities and towns And villages of Canada, the public buildings and the private dwellings, are not aflame with the Union Jack and the Red Ensign? Way do we deny our soldiers the sight of that ori- ftamme of liberty and justice, to hearten and.inspire them? There's nothing bucks the soldier boy.up. like that meteor flag fluttering from avery corner ot the old home town as he marches away to Flanders, or the Dardanelles, Egypt, or wherever the paths of glorj lead him. The old flag and the band playing "The Girl Left Behind a remem- brance to live in his heart amidst the perils of battle. It sustains him like B religion. B ICKED UP IN FOR 'THE The Song the Cowards Sing Who has been replaced as command er of the Allied forces in the Darda- .eau, who has just died at the House of Reluge at Samuel .Gotteau, Ont is. said to have been 107 years; old. The Ontario License Commissioners i I have decided that no club, licenses, shall he-issued in local option dis- tricis except under, extraordinary cir-( cumstaiices: I i' Two Perth County :neh, Trooper: I Fred Baliciir of the'Slratacona Horse i and Pte. Arthur See of the 34th Bat-; taliqn, arc reported as killed at the j front. I Fire broke out in Kossmore village, across from Bellevi I e, an.-I caused i considerable damage to the Thompson 'bakesiop and the residence of C. ReJ- dick. Vj James Dovle, one oi the pioneer re- sidents of lient county, .passed sml- denly away while engaged in a game !of checkers'-with' a neighbor. He was j bom in Raleigh. William Spencer, a lineman employ- ed by the Niagara Falls electric light department, was instantly killed..when his foot touched a line carrying volts. The death occurred at Brantford, 01; Thomas Woodyatt, ajed 70-years, one i of the most prominent residents of Why should I so? This is the sung j "The litany "the cowards sing, weary'of the smuid, :Tlieir. bleating voices bring. go? I've got a job. '.JLgo'od one these.hard days, .such a fool as yon may think, .To'givc up n job that .pays. Why should'I go? .There's a chnp A tore out his eyes, Tvc'i'.'ii wreck the rest of his life, No, I'm wise. Why I go? We're pretty safe. I [''the Germans come over here, You'll see me beat it to i'ae States And be.a Tank over there. Why slibiil'd-r go? There's lots of eliaps, doirt wiuit to die; I value my.'precious life too much, Aiid.thttt, sir, is no lie. This 'is.thc.8onR the :cowaTtls sing. their mouths with lead: Btirv .them Jeep, like the worms they are, Biit.LTiotv.-ith the honored dead. MINISTER ADVOCATES COMPULSORY TRAINING Regiua, Sask., Oct. the Dominion government should adept immediately a system of compulsory 'militia training and militia service; j was the assertion of Rev. Dr. Jlilllken, I pastor of the Metropolitan Methodist i church, during the course of his re- marks last evening on the subject, "Do Wo Need Conscription in Can- In reply to the query, on which lie based his remarks, the reverend gentleman stated that he felt con- scription was coming iu but in view of the democratic ideas of this now country he saw difficulties in putting It into force" so far as we were concerned. Calgary Soldier is Decorated For Bravery Calgary, Alia., Oct. .1, Jlacdonald, n former Calgary police- man, with tlie Princess Pats, dug: out from an obliterated trench .two wound- ed men under heavy fire at Hooge. The same day' he carried a badly wounded man on his hack, nnd at the same time assisted another wounded man to safely under severe shell fire. Thus Sergeant Macdonald won tbe Distinguished Conduct Medal. TUB official account of nib bravery simply gives these details without any cmbcilishmeuts. D. Miiir, in Calijarij Herald. tlicv .can prpvc it. AN AMERICAN MAKES DIFFERENCE CLEAR Writing to the New York Times, Prank Jewett Mather, jr., of Prince- ton, N.J., deals with the trespasi or England and France upon Greek ter- ritory in the following terse "Wil'iiam Bayard Hale, in your is- sue of October. 9, is unable to see the difference between the trespass ot Bnglarid and Prance on Greece, and GermanVg violation ot Belgium. It .iiiit he difficult to enlighten mental, confufilon. .chief-dlEfereace .is that Ger- many pledfed tb protect' and against all aggres- sors wheruas Franco and England were unpledged M regard? Greece A rather Important la Bel litiro nas to nenwtual neutral- ii, uherun Oli-ece bound .fejr. SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To Oct. London Nov. ___.London Nov. Nov. !POMERANIAN London Nov.20 CARTHA5INIAN Glasaow London at JHavre, 'east and west- bound. JCarries 3rd-class passengers only. Full Information from any'R. R or S.S. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Oen'l. Nbr-Weat Agent, 364 Main Strtet, Winnipea. Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS American Line Steamers sailing un- der the American flag from New York to Liverpool. FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS Two sailings per week. All Information, Including re- icrvations, etc., S. B. MITCHELL C. P. R. Ticket Agent Lethbridge. Ul tut Kiuov Ji r-v '-I Brantford.'Deceased held the office oi licenses will automatically drop police for 17 years from a to pop- At a largely, attended meeting held i iven tlu, asscss0rs' rfc at Barrie, it was decided to ask the; t js Militia Department to sanction the, formation of a full battalion to be j known as the Simcoe County The late Hon. Samuel Barker, oi! Hamilton, leit an estate valued at j entirely-to members of his j Two of his shares of Hamil- p I ton Jockey club stock with par value; of are worth SS.OOO. j Major Pugh, Canadian emigration; representative for South Wales, for-i merly in the Ninetieth Winnipeg t rifles, has heen appointed second in, I command of the Eighteenth Welsh rc-j giment. i Dr D. A. Coon, medical superin- tendent at the Kingston general hos-j pital, has' handed in his resignation, to the board of governors Of the hos- j pital. He; will remain in Kingston; and practice. The doctor was appoint--; ed medical superintendent early in j Mav At a meeting of Hamilton City Council Alii. Roy claimed that thous- ands of -dollars" were being wasted on the Toronto-Hamilton highway, through grading work being' done and washed awaj' before concrete was put on to hold it Captain Robert A. Bartlett, who saird seventeei of the Karluk's crew after the ship had -been crushed in the Arctic ice, and who lias, been nearer to the Pole than any othet while man except Robert B Peary, is working as a stevedore at pier No 7, North met, New lork M. A. Brown, one of the members of the Cypress Gram Co Medicine Hat, says that the company has threshed 1800 lores of their crop and this had realized 78 000 bushel, c' wheat This figures out at the rate of 42 bushels to the a'rt and for so large an acreage constitu'cs a record Ihc hotel men of Hamilton have applied to the countv judge lor T sertitinj of the population returns as made by the assessors in tnr hope that thrv will DP iblc to proic that taerc arc lewd people Prized equally in hospital and home, becnusp no other Coffee IB at once BO rich, so strong, BO delicate, and HO unfailingly good. In X, and 2 pound em. pulverized Fint Ground (oi CHASE SANBOBH, MONTREAL IM Men Scarce Even Retlaw, Oct. looks as if the weather man and the fanners have now gotten together, and as the result a few days of very favorable threshing weather have prevailed. Fairly good breezes and hot sunshine have put the.grain in excellent threshing con- dition, and the machine owners; 'iooic forward to a. fairly continuous run dur- ing the coming week. The only ob- stacle now to a reasonabljvlarge daily field clean-up is the lack of threshing liands. Hftp is quite scarce, and even with offers of'trora S3.5IO to 54.00 pel- day, the full quota 01 men cannot be secured by the various rigs. The sit- uation is partially relieved by some of the farmers fortunate enough to have finished threshing, taking ad- vantage of the increased rate of .pay, pitching in, and helping out their less fortunate neighbors. However, scores of men could still be readily employed in the vicinity. Reports from the Sundial rieighbor- hnnd, show that the whole district is yielding heavily. from a ten-acre field, well aummerfallowed, well summer-tilled and sown to pure Bced, secured a yield of 600 bushels of wheat, machine measure; and'B. W. Papworth, from a Held of summer- faHowing, somewhat larger Jn area, secured a yltld of 60 bushels per.acre The prir.e of wheat is still mounting. The highest price of the season was offered today when 85 cents waa bid for cars on track. Such prices in conjunction with tho heavy yields, augur well for a prosperous farming community during the coming winter. 'The late Mrs. (Justice) TwUelj of Hamilton, left an estate veined ftt Rev. W. F. Brownleo, rector of St John's Anglican church, Kt Thomas, has declined a call from St. John a church, Berlin, Out. Many Positions Carrying Large Salaries arc open today to men in every walk of life. But the men must possess vigorous bodies and keen, active minds. Success-making mental and physical activity relics largely upon right living wherein the right kind ot food plays a most vital part. In many cases the daily diet lack.s certain of Na- iure's elements essential to energizing and upbuilding the mental and physical [acuities. Most white flour products, such as white bread and many o'th'er common- ly used foods, arc in thai class. A lood especially designed to offset this lack- Grape-Nuts and malted barley, supplies all the nutriment of the grains, including the mineral sturdy builders of brain, nerve and muscle, Grape-Nuts is thoroughly processed, ready to serve from the package, fresh, crisp and delicious Then, too there's a wonderful return of the power to "do" and to for the small energy required in its digcslion. After repealed set-backs thousands have found a to right eating means forging ahead. i "There's a Reawn" for Grape-Nuto Made in Canada Sold by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Postum Co., Ud., Wlndtor, Out. f -i t ft-V" i ____ ;