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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915, She Ueralfc letbbriKge, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription delivered, per year..... Daily, by mail, per year...... 3.00 Weekly, by mall, per year...... 1.00 TELEPHONES: Business Offlco Editorial Office I-2' W. A. Buchanan JpHn Torrance Managing Director Business Manager able that ot opinion shouM bo overcome, and a breakup of tho government, and a possible general el- ection avowed. What Britain duslros at the present moment Is unity ot thought and action on the port of its people. A general election following the wreck ot ths coalition government would be a national disaster. Your King and Country Weed You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR There was a very pessimistic turn to the war news of yesterday. In spite of the fact that but a few hours before news dispatches carried the tale that Serbia safe because of Allied victories, yesterday's story in- dicated that the Bulgarians were swarming into Serbia, and that the lit- tle state was once more in great dan- ger. London reports acknowledge that both the Bulgars and the Teutons have made advancement, and that the Xish-Saloniki line has been finally cut: A Berlin report that pri- soners have been taken by the Bui- gars can, o discounted. On the western course, be considerably front the British have been able to repulse very heavy attacks by the Germans, who gave signs of resuming the offensive. The Russians on the east are claiming fur- ther successes. The British Cabinet crisis has not -developed further, cwlns to the ill- ness of the Premier. Hot debates 'are taking place in the House over -the Dardanelles question, hope being expressed that similar mistakes would not be made with the Serbian cam- paign. The British submarine compaign in the Baltic is at its height. Eight more German merchant ships have sunk. THE RETURN OF IAN HAMILTON It is likely that General Sir fan Ham- ilton's return to England is merely a smooth way of r.jiRovinciug that lie has been recalled. It might be possible, of course, that the government desires a first-hand report of operations in the Dardanelles, since there has been so much talk recently of this cam- I paign being abandoned. The public is not going to hold Inn Hamilton re-j sponsible for the losses iu the Darila-1 nelles. To many of us this campaign' has been considered unwise and waste- ful of life from the beginning. The initiation of these operations was undoubtedly inspired by a desire to satisfy Russia, and without warrant from the military standpoint. The cca'h roll in the Dardanelles has bein onrirmous, and the purpose of the cam- paign 1-as not yet been readied. Ian Hamilton may be blameworthy, but so far there has been no inkling tliat the conduct of the campaign there has dis- played incapacity or serious blunder. The abandonment of this campaign may be considered advisable by Lord Miiner and other critics, but it must be remembered that this scene of ac- tion has occupied the almost entire service of the Australian and New Zealand troops, and thousands of their brave men have fallen on this Peninsula. What -would be the effect upon Australia and New Zealand if the Dardanelles operations were aban- doned? Just as the campaign was likely undertaken to satisfy and in-, spire Russia, it may be dangerojj's' JD I Not just a a wholesome nourishing addition to fowl, game, meat and fish. SAUCE ____ WELSH RAREBIT Place pound grated cheese in a uucepim wilh Z milk or Peer and 1 teajpoon Lea ti Pcrrins' Sauce, pinch red pepper'and teaspoon made mustard, and stir over fire until smooth. Pour over hot buttered toast and serve at once. 1 or 2 egg yolks may be added before serving. The egg mskc; richer preventt the cheese hardening so quickly. FRENCH GAINS IN CHAMPAGNE Of abandon it, and offend most patriotic Q{ tne Em. pire. It is a sltuation, and like true we rest our hopes in our that a sntlsract0ry ution' soon be forthcoming. have beeji GREAT CROPS IN WEST (St. Thomas Times) William West, -M.CJL conductor, Mclctvre street, has received an- in- teresting letter from his brother, J. West of Warner, Southern Alberta, West, have sever had such large crops origin, naturally brings suspicion to 0[ and oats before. In many fires and fires in straw presumably of an incendiary lr our alien enemies. It would appea that the placing of obstructions in sep- arators at Burdett was deliberate, and cases wheat will yield 4S bushels to the acre, and spring wheat 60 bushels to the acre. One-third of the wheat grown in the district will yield 48 to -while it mar have been 4ue to other 60 bushels to the acre. Two-thirds of parties the burden of suspicion is the oats wfil yield over SO bushels to hound to rest on aliens W. the cre several fields will so SO leave tie ferreting out of these cnmes i e bushels to lhe acre Tnree- to tie proper authorities, but these in; quarters of a million bushels will be cidents should arouse the citizens of i shipped from Warner, Alta., and the every community to the need of Home selling price per bushel is 75 cents a t jn th6 Eecti0E in which he ing conditions are right. Guad, every com- munity has its individuals who are ys n hostile to us in this war. They may Juries that there Is the best land in not say much, but what the tongue the world for producing grain prond- does not utter may be expressed more strikingly by the hands. It is well to keep in mind that we have in our midst men who, are against us, hot outwardly it may be true, but enemies at heart nevertheless. We should protect ourselves against this element by becoming well organized through a Home Guard. For Pile Sufferers AVOID DISSENSION IF AT ALL POSSIBLE Sir Edward Carson's resignation from tte Asquitli coalition govern- ment will cause concern, because it in- dicates that there is division in the ranks. .Sir Edward is reputed to be very-hot-tempered, and it is possible he may have taken this serious step at such a moment. However, it is more likely that tie resigned because of an bonest disagreement with the Balkans 'policy of the government, AVhile most of us are anxious that all differences should be cast aside by members of the government, and a de- termined united front taken towards the foe, ws must not forget that a public man must be honest with him- self. If he cannot agree wiiih the gov- ernment policy then his place is out of the government, if he accepts the policy rather than cause friction and; criticism, he knows that if the policy is a mistake and results disastrously he must assume the responsibility; along, with other members of tbe gov- ernment That may be the position la Sir Edward Carson was placed, and he is determined not to assume re: gponsibility. The Balkan situation, especially from the diplomatic standpoint, is a blank to those outside the circle of -government If our diplomatic efforts io and Bulgaria have heen a (allure, no information has yet been produced in proof, other than the knowledge that Bulgaria has lined up with Germany, Greece has per- 1m remaining neutral. Sir Kd- wurf Canon waa in position to know fell UM dmuwtanctt, and his resign- ation my u howMt as- abut the Balkan policy. It is to that tbe coalition fovomment irtti Hi uBfermlMd. It deilr e of F a m o w Pyramid Pllo Treat meat Offered FxcttaPTorm AVhat It Will Do for Yon. Pyramlfl TPila T r eatmcnt gives quick re- lief, stops itch- Ing, bleeding or protrudlnr pHes, liemorrhoidg and all rectal troubles, in the privacy of your own home. 50c a. box at an druWists. A single box often Fr4 for lHal with booklet mailed free In plain wrapper, IJ you us coupon below. ,'jrThe French army gains east of Rheims on the 15 mile front from Auber- h-e and Ville-sur-Toube, are most important.' They did particularly well on the roads from Souain to Tahure and The railway mown Is the objective of the fresh drive. "GOOD-BYE, BILL" (By Frank Steele) Wounded he lay in the thick of tie fray, Pierced by a Teuton ball; In tie midst of the fight, striking strong for the Right, He fell where the bravest fall. A comrade kneeled near, in his eye shone a tear, As he bared the bleeding breast; Their love, ah, 'twas grand, and as broad as that land Faraway o'er'the sea toward the 1 PICKED UP IN .ASS.INGCZD FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY, 529 Pyramid Bldg., llarshall Mich. Kindy send me a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment in plain wrapper. Name.......................... Street City State........... "I'm dyins, old pard; my God! but it's hard To leave you. Bill, like this; J stuck with you tight til! Death hove in sight, And, Bill, he didn't miss. "We met on the trail in tha teeth of a Just north of the Little Bow; And we headed the brjites for them Ehelt'ring huttes, Rising dart in the whirling snow. "And all night long, with the cow- man's song, We held the moaning herd; Tiil morning grey found the storm at bay, And the cowman's senses blurred. a. terrihle night, but we won the fight, And i won you. old man; And now'in a trance, on these plains of France, I live it all over again. j "We've mastered the breed at the 'Peg Stampede, And tied the wildest calves; We've slept on the ranjte, and Buffered with mange, And plastered ourselves with "We've ate! the same Junk and shared the same bunk, And oft in old Medicine Hat We've blew in our wad, then hit the hot sod For north on the Flat. I'm weak, it hurts me to My throat's a-fiKing up. fast; But, Bill, tell Jen, when you meet her again, I was loyal to the last. 'She loved me tnie, and her dear heart knew And felt my changeless love; Arid, Bill, I'm sure that a love to pure 209. THK BUST MAN MONEY-SAVING SALE ON Men's Clothing and Furnishings Compare a Sale of this Character with the Ordinary Sale where a Few Leaders are Shown out and the Balance of the Stock Offered at Regular Prices YOU SIMPLY CANNOT PAY REGULAR PRICES SINGLE ART- ICLE IN THE STORE IS OFFERED AT A BIG SAVING, IN SOME CASES AS SO, Reduction EVERY MAN SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE ARE SURE TO SAVE THE WONDERFULLY REDUCED PRICES SUITS AND OVERCOATS "Men's Tweed, Fall and Winter Suits in brown, grey and smaH Price All Suits at Al1 ?18'50 Suils' al 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- etc., S, B. C. P. R. Ticket Agent Lethbrldge. Will live in the realms above.' gaap for sweat of The last, weak moan; And the battle's surge piped a solmen dirge, As the soldier journeyed Home. In a foreign land his grave fanned By fire, for tbe WarOod reigns; But his soul is light, for he died for the Rlght- And the Plains. W. S. Brooks IB tie new Pretbyter- ian missionary at Bassano. Mrs. Wm. Pawling of. Louth, aged 87, has knitted 48 pairs of socks for soldiers. TV. B. Miller, as'aged "retired farm- er, was found drowned in a pond near Malvern, Ont. H. D. Gill, son of Rev. Canon. GUI, St. John's College, Winnipeg, has been killed in fighting Ontario hotelmen propose to ask re- the 6 pWrrcenf bar receipts tax, as compensation for the reduction in selling.hours. General Pickler'pr the Austro-Htm- garian army, committed suicide by shooting, according to a dispatch from Vienna to Router's. Col. R. Burritt of' Winnipeg, son of p. B. Burritt of Stratford, Ont.', has been appointed chief of staff of the Canadian training camp at Harry Jones and 'William McGw, two stone masons, were killed by fall of a wall of the Hart-Mansej- man- orial of Toronto Unive'rijty. Two more Woodstock doctors have received commissions as etptaliu. They are Dr. Jupp and Dr. D. J. Mc- Kay. Captain Oake, formerly in charge of the Salvation Army work it Medicine Hat, and later in .Calgary, has been ransterred to Port Arthur. Canadian officers wounded in .ac- tion may, in future, be given three months' leave of absence before being barred from rejoining their The recently formed Aero elub of Victoria, -B.C., plans, to the ront EL regiment of IOC Colum- bia aerial fighters. J A petition containing fifteen hun- dred signatures has been presented to Fort William City Council Hiking for the submission of a option by aw. Captain Ivor Daniel, of Ed- monton, chaplain' of the 61st BatUl- on, C.E.F., is the fourth and last mem- ber of his family to enlist for active service. He has brother in the volunteer force at Calcutta, a1 second in the naval service, while the young- est, I.leut. Hubert 'Daniel of the King's 9th Liverpool at the front for some time. 1 All Suits at MEN'S HEAVY TWEED OVJBRCOATS, in brown and grey. values BLACK MELTON OVERCOATS Cut price UJ) TWEED ULSTERS, High Grade; warm Ulsters, sale price MEN- BLACK BEAVER CLOTH OVER- Marmot Collars, quilt- ed lining. Will give splendid On sale, UP MEN'S CAPS, fur band inside, From................... 5flc UP MEN'S UNDERWEAR, Fleece Per garment 45c MEN'S WOOL gar- ment 85c An ?25 lu %30 Suits !lt MEN'S large assort- ment UP MEN'S WORK hard wear From..................75C HP MEN'S From.................. IIP Extra Special Bargains in BOOTS AND SHOES Men's Welted Boots in black or tan Sale Price......... BOYS' SUITS; BOYS' UNDERWEAR BOYS' BOOTS; BOYS' SHIRTS BOYS' at prices that will please you. Every Article Guaranteed to give splendid wear. M. GOODMAN Next to Royal BankBldg WOUNDED SOLDIER ARRESTED Calgary, Alta., .Oct. Alex. Spilman, a Calgary soldier, who was wounded-at the battle of Festu- bert, and was invalided home as per- manently disabled, was a prisoner for several hours In a ceil at the central police station. He was released on ball, furnished by his cousin.. Spilman was charged by; two 'sol dlers of the 50tb Battalion with aa sault. C. O. Weston, former tax collector, and former treasurer and clerk of Tisdale township, Ont, have been apprehended' at South Por- cupine as a result of Commissioner rohn White's report on alleged frauds. Pour members of the Beilevllle po- ice force submitted their resignation o the Police Commissioners, when Sergeant Harman, who suspend- ed by Chief Newton, was reinstated by he Commissioners. R. J. Hutchings. vice-president ot he Great West Saddlery Co., for long R resident of Calgary, fcas Just receiv- es notice of his appointment as one of commission of three to go to Kng- to confer with the Imperial gov- ernment regarding the placing of sad- dlery contracts in Canada. Wllllim Foote, wen-known a a freethinker, dead in England. Hs pirticioated in the famous blas- phemy triil In which the late Lord Chtof Justiw Coleridge decided it not attnok the principles of re- ligion, provided the language used was not Improper. The province'of Saskatchewan has ioU to a composed of tie Dominion Securities Corporation, Messn. Wood. Gundr Co., and Mem. A. B. t an issue ot 5 per cent bonds, repayable serially in from one to ten years. With tho excestioa of two, the en- tire student body ot St. Chad's Angli- can College, Hegina, has obeyad the call to .exchange theological studies Tor military, tactics. Tie death has occurred oE Sir Thomas Benjamin Bowring, director of T. C, Bow-ring Co., ship owners, of Liverpool arid London. Sir Thom- as Bowring was born in St.! Johns, Nfld., in 1847.-. The against Thomas Taggart, Democratic national" committeeman for Indiana, charged with election conspiracy, was dismissed. The cas: es of .the more than 100 other men who were Indicted with Taggart and Mayor Joseph E. Bell, were put over to December 1. Mayor Bell was ac- quitted aftsr a trial lasting more than The late Mrs. J. D. Rockefeller lei MQO.OOO to Baptist missions. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion; 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. A. M. Tllley, Supirvlior. (MlM) Cameron, Grid. Nurie J T- Miekinzit, Grid. Nurie GOTHIC HIE NEW ARROW COLLAR IT FITS THE NEW MACHINES MADE IN LETHBRIDOE We hiv. lately gone.Into manufacturing for DEEP-WELL HAND PUMPS With this .pump :child can pump from well ai easily as with, the ordinary' pump in a 38-foot well. BURR GRINDERS Grinding grain ToS arTinvited to call and see these machines. ;Mide by G. KISCHEL, Lessee Of the Plant of Lethbrldge Iron Limitid. Success has attended experiments in Er.glanii with spinning a textile Hbet from a form o( plmtlfully in THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND D.C.L.. JOHN AMD, Gcner.1 Muwr H, V. t. JONES. AWI V. C. 1ROWN, CMOTl CAPITAL, RESERVE FIIHD, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the tranMctkm of their banking business, including the discount and orfkctfcm of Blank ire supplied free of charge on ablation. W82 Lethbndge Branch R. I Brynner, Mgi 1915 OCTOBER 1915 YOU make the date, WE'LL deliver the printing. The Lethbridge Herald Printing Go. Ltd. ;