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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTQBER 21, 191 e, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... BsJly. by nail, per year...... by mail, per year..... 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office 3252 Editorial Office 122" W. A, Buchanan John Torrano Director Business Manager THE PRESENT SITUATION Fierce fighting 111 the neighborhood between Arras and Roye indicates that each of the opposing is endeavoring to brsak through the line of the other. In this district is, evi- dently, the elbow of the enemy's line which may 'be said to bo continued in a i'.oncave curve to nisst its advanced portion through Belgium. Taking it that Courtrai is now occupied by the 'Allies, the bulge of this curve would la outside the town easterly, proceed- ing northwesterly towards Oatead. The Allies' risht line, as we read it, Extends westerly to above Dunkirk.' 'As in the earlier stages of the battles the importance of the result rests on this field of the conflict, and here we may take it are tha bulk of thB Bri- tish--troops acting -with the Freach end the Belgians. The news of the re-occupation of Ostend by the Allies has yet to be corroborated. But it -will "be no sur- prise to find that the enemy has evacuated the town through the ten- sion near Arras. Ostend at any rate be untenable, with units of the fleet-at striking distance, and be of no use to the enemy un- less he was la a position to mount his heavy siege guns. This we may be sure will not be allowed him by the British .warships. BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY is all perfectly blen- ded and thor- oughly aged. D. O. ROBLIN, Toroato PICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THK BUSY MAN am is that the postmaster's brother was an active Liberal worker. This defence is seriously offered, too. Since when did a government Job necessi- tate relatives of the job holder to cease -exercising their rights of citi- zenship. Is the- entire Ripley family Myles Martin of Yarker droppe dead in a Kingston restaurant, J. W. Redforp, H former pro-mlneo resident of Owen, Sound, died at To- ronto. Rev. R. lil. O'Farrell, Roman Cat olic priest at Fraukford, Ont, wa thrown from an auto and killed. Frank Plannapan, 21 -years, of Stu: accidentally shot bimsei dead while hunting. A firm in Reading, Pa., has receive an order for stretchers for th British army. Gait's population has increased bu S4 lu the last year, bringing the tola up to William Abbott, aged S3, one of th' pioneers of North Dorchester Town ship, fatally injured la from a waggon. J. RT. H. McGuire has been appoint- ed collector of customs to fill the va cancy at Penetanguishene caused by tha death of Mr. H. H. Ross. The Sun ft Hastings Savings Loan Co. has been absorbed by the to become politically petrified 'because j Standard Reliance Mortgaga Corpora- their father Is -a homestead inspector, Uoa of Toronto- WHY BLONDIN? The Liberals declared a truce dur- ing the war period, and have been faithfully adhering to it, It-Trill difficult to .refrain from some pertin- ent comments on the csToinei changes just announced especially the tion of Deputy Speaker Blondin to cabinet ranfc. In the last election'he an out and .out Nationalist and declarations he made during" the cam- paign were not -worthy of an Individ7 nal- claiming the. right to" represent a constituency in the Canadian Parlia I ment. In-face of.these.facts of.which'! the Prime; Minister is fully man, who referred in disloyal terms i to the" Mother administer of the Crown His prefer- ment will be the subject' of severe criticism. Mr. Casgrain, Mr. suc- cessor as .Postmaster General, is a distinguished French Canadian of better standing, than his predecessor. Hei-is considered one of the ablest of French Conservatives and his appoint- ment should strengthen the Quebec representation in the government. and a brother postmaster? We guess not. Then why shouW the Hlginbotu- ama be expected to sell their 6plnions e a, brother is postmaster? Yet such balderdash is put forward by ap- parently sensible men. Evidently har- rovr political conceptions have warped their minds. A correspondent refers to this ei- ouse offered toy the "local patronage committee as follows: "In connection with this latest local atrocity, there is a street it is almost too base to that the stroke of the axe was aimed at the brother of the postmaster whose aw- A TIP TO THE. MAYOR Probably the Commissioners are not. aware_Lthat there is considerable restlessness amongst ratepayers aver their, inability. :to further reduce His cost of oserarJEg the affairs of the city. In order that the Commission- en may have this fact brought to their attention the Herald is con- atmined to make the statement. The feeling la not limited to a few grouch- ers but ezista amongst all classes of the community. We know that Mayor Hardie has persisted in declaring that eipenses. reduced to lowest possible point Probslbly he as a private citizen, and a British sub- ject, he exercised his prerogative in being attached to a party which is opposed to" the present powers that be; yet in this 'Land of innocent must suffer with the guil- ty Two years" or more before Christ even the oldest record- ed law stated that 'a son must not suffer for the sins of his-father, nor the father for the son.' Tet this is the year of Grace nineteen hundred and fourteen." Back in 1911 the men who now adopt the "spoils system" berated everything No. American methods -of any kind for them; Tet today they adopt the "spoils system" ruthlessly and without yes, there is one reason. "Lethbridge is a Tory' city and no Gnt can hold an office." They tell as that the Grits did. the same thing: when they were in power. Such is not ihe case In this district! At the. present time there are officeholders, under1 the-.'-Al- berta government; appointed by Lib- erals, whose .leanings are Conserra- for their removal. As long as they are com- petent and refrain from active parti- sanship they will not A correspondent recalls.that "a years ago hundreds of bur citizens; had the pleasure of hearing (now Sir) Robert L. Borden speak in the Gait Gardens hers, and in that speech he stated that he was an advo- cate of Civil Service Ksform, and that no official who was efficient, -who ab- stained from, interference in politics; Robert Barrett of West Oxford waa fined ?5CO, with an option of three months, for selling liquor in Ingersoll. J. H. "Pickard was mulcted for the same oEfence. It is said that the bishops will call for tho resignation of Dean Starr of St George's, Kingston, immediately upon his return from the front. Principal Peterson of McGIH Uni- versity has been honored vith a de- gree of Doctor of Laws by Brown Uni- versity of Providence. R.L Alexander Carle of Montreal lost his life in action on his 25th birthday. He was -with the first battalion of Scots Uards. The movement for a Freach-Canad- an regiment has outgrown ail the i'ul crime appears to have been that, and it will now be a French- Bring a Powerful Array of Matchless Values Bold Canadian brigade. Prof. Runt, commander of the Boy Knights at Brantford, was fined 55 for striting a Boy Scout. He claimed im- under the military act, as he Is a commissioned officer. The Canadian Courier, Toronto, Trill issue an illustrated daily after the style of the Daily Mirror and Daily i Sketch of London. A. Bruce Hitchie, M.E., a son' of the late Hon. Justice Ritchie, St. John, N. B., has enlisted as a private in the' machine gun section of armored j motor car and bicycle corps, .which j was fitted out in British Columbia, Tie Belgian government before re- moving to France, says a dispatch from The Hague to the Exchange Teia-1 graph Co.; ordered all male .citizens between the. ages of IS and 45 to ea- ter the army withia two days, or be treated 53 traitors. Tht Post Office Department has ex- tended tae system of. free rural mail delnery In nearly every part of Can-1 ada. during the oast summer. This has resulted in the closing of more than 70. post offices since the end of Aug- ust. will be as compelling in its Money Saving1 attrac- tions on the last days ns it was on the opening day. We have brought forward.many new lots and hammered prices down lower than seasonable, desirable goods have ever been sold for. Never, as far as we .know of, have you ever been able to stretch the buying power of your dollars to the extent this sale makes possible. Every economically inclined individual will be bound to realize the extraordinary saving op- portunities'of these sacrifice prices. suits DUKE OF CONNAUGHT'8 LETTER OF APPRECIATION and was not guilty of malfeasance of office, would be interfered with in his should have added "without causing inconvenience to some of our salaried position. 'Sir Robert is an amiable e'fort' gentleman, bat this latest -outrage Hon A L. Si'ton, premier of Al- beria Saturday received the following I PS letter from his the Duke of Connaught, governor-general Of the Dominion; Government- House, Ottawa, October 12, 1914. Dear Mr. I have heard with great "pleasure and appreciation of: all you have done in Alberta for the .Canadian. Patriotic Fund, and hope you will allow me to congratulate you-heartily on th'e suc- cess of your-efforts. I am sure you found Mr Ames' visit lery helntul, and I uant particularly to thank you _for all the assistance' you gave him when he was in Edmonton--Tha fimrl i is growing very satisfactorily, but ev- ery day shows the necessity-for con- sh'ows.fcow much control he has over the men who carry on 'sub-marine' or. 'lUIetto'.. methods." This 'correspondent issues a ing when he.says: "To all those who have had a hand in this miserably omclals liethbndge juat now is not business there -will come a time motive, in constructing now municipal and it is felt that there should be a continued reduction either to the number of of- Hcials or in the amount paid to these officials. DON'T BURN THE TIES A railroad in Ontario is donating all 1U old tiss to be used as fuel amongst Wie poor of the cities of London and St Thomas. We hope the Canadian Ficifle Railway will learn of the ac- tion of'the Ontario railroad, with th this is a crjing rigM along the railroad ttere people in dire need of fuel t the euggestion is all that is to prompt the Canadian Pa Ballwar to put its old ties into fMMiiloa of people who would BM them for fuel. for tiey have not already smothered what con- scierice, or of justice they ,ever possessed; like Judas, and other plot- era, thej- will get their reward.-Hen who have stood for all that is good in the communlty< have acted faithfully and giren honest work to. their, coan-. ry have nothing to are already rewarded." In tho meantime the .executioners have not yet given a reason for the removal of Mr. Higinbotham except :hat "his toother is a Liberal worker." What about the Ripleys and the Scotta? Are they going to sleep on their oars at election times because ttey.hs.vc brothers In the government service? Hardly. c rolled sweetly taifMt of at faitmuttr truly. Believe me, -Yours very ARTHUR HERE'S A GATHERING OF MEN'S SUITS IMPOSSIBLE TO DUPLICATE. ONE BIS LOT OF HEN'S SUITS, all of tho .present season's fashions and made from good pure wool mater- ials. This -lot' contains, some very choice patterns in Eng- lish Worsteds and Scotch iTweeda. Also Blue and Black to ?22 50. 4 Forced Sale Price I Another lot of MEN'S .VERY HIGH GRADE Excellently tailored and made from choice imported ma- terials. The linings and trimmings are all of the very hest-and detail Eas Deen carefully cared for. Choice -patterns in Tweeds, Serges, etc. Some .of these suits are excellent value at S27.50 Forced Sale Price Men's Overcoats The Greatest Bargains in years in.beautiful high grade Warm Winter Overcoats. We've shattered the prices on every garment in.the entire stock. MEN'S: HEAVY WINTER OVERCOATS made from good pure wool materials of the season's latest colorings nr.d BlackB, .Blues and some novelty shades in Motor, Ulster and Chesterfield styics. All good "warm, aerricea'ble garments, "worth up to Forced Sale Price TO OVERCOATS made from dark grey Meltons, folacfc English Beaver, Scotch Tweeds, etc. These coats are carefully tailored and are lined with heavy, iuohair serge more serviceable. The cream of'the present season's styles ffi K Forced Sale Price........................ I O.Ow Ladies' Suits and Coats Smallest possible prices on Ladles' Suits and Coats every garment excel- lently made, of superior fabric and daintily tr'mmed. These- prices 'de- mand the attention every thrifty woman. LADIES' SUITS in'great yariety Autumn and Winter styles. Goodvla3: Bortm'ent of materials and patteras-to choose from; some silk lined, some satin lined. In this lot you will find suits worth up to lie. 00 C 1 fl fl A Forced Sale Price I UaUU ANOTHER LOT OF LADIES' SUITS made from.' choice -Imported materials, Serges, Twoeds, Worsteds, Novelty Goods, Broadcloths, etc. These stilts are latest novelty styles and 'are superbly tailored. Worth up to LADIES' COATS made from1 heavy warm Winter materials .in fancy Tweeds, Zeh'elines, Kerseys and Nov- elty Goods. Good assortment -of styles such as Cape Coats, etb.; all late Fall and Winter styles. These coats are worth up to 7K Forced Sale Price I 3 LADIES' COATS made from eitra of materials in very fasijlqn- alhle Novelty Tweeds, Chinchillas, Caracules, etc.. Some: of .these coats e lined throughout; others are.h'aif lined, and are made' in latest New UTork' styles, via this' lot you will find some very choice coats worth up to. Forced Sale. Prlc. Von Moltke la reported dead hope the report is_______ There is one fellow who won't kick about the raw land tax, and that is the .farmer who owns a section or under. The raw land tax ought to force _ lot of land in the southern part of the province under .cultivation. Let.Bjg.Den remind you every morning to Now if Russia adopts prohibition the liquor men might as well throw up their bauds. "VITA" lrt. siclr nervu Hats and Caps About 306 Men's Fine Felt Hats. This lot contains a good assortment of styles and shades-and all sizes. You7 are almost sure to -find just what you .want in this lot Regu- lar values up to ?3 00. Foiced Sale Price I ibV Men'i Winter Caps, made from assorted patterns in plain and fancy Tweeds, some with fur lining up to ll.'iO. Forced Sale Ladies' Corsets ONE-FOURTH OFF LADIES' COR- entire stock-of American Liady and Madam Lyra Corsets is go- ing at twenty-five per cent, discount. All sizes from 1! to 29. Regular 51.50 to Tour unrestricted choice at a saving of one-fourth. LADIES' SILK EMB'D HOSE One large lot Em- broidered Hose in finest qualities of Llama and Fine Cashmere with em- broidered; some.: with .silk clocks. These'goods are worth from 75c to Forced Sale Price Ladies' Waists 68 ONLY LADIES' WAISTS com- odd. lines, made from -Voiles, -'Marquisettes, Percales; etc.: In colors ivhlte. and .stripes, noth high and heck both, long- and short sleeves. Sizes 34 to 42. Values up to ?2. .Forced Sale .Price, .ANOTHER BIO LOT OF LADIES' SILK AND FLANNEL Values up to ?6.00. Forced 50c COAE-YOU'LL BE YOU DID-BETTER HURRY iEFORE IT'S TOO LdTE THE ROYAL STORE MJ visfy ;