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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE FOUR, THE 22, 1914 alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES tuny, delivered, per year..... -Daily, by mail, per year...... ly, year..... 54.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES .'Business Offlce 'Editorial Offioo ,'....W. A. Buchanan John Torr.inct Director Business Manager 1553 122-1 AS .THE.SITUATION STANDS Very little is ina'do public by the official (bureaus as to the progress ot .'the fighting .m West Flanders. It re- is to be placed on the accounts ot newspaper corre- spondents from Belgium it would ap- dial die contemplated sweep of toe German forces on the Channel Vports has been frustrated, and made practically impossible by the. action of units of the British fleet acting in conjunction with tho land forces 'Though unable to get at the enemy's .Bhlis the British fleet is still render- tog useful and effective service. As the situation Elands now, the month of the war, what strikes one is the considerable advance made jb, the on their t, which hi now progressed some thirty mil' tiorth-ward in Belgium. On the Allies right there apiwa fa be nnde len considerable "Advance, so much so that, it is stated .tie French troops have practically E toot-hold of all Alsace, and the Ger mans are preparing for resistance at .Strasbourg. The success of the Allies, on the enemy's right, will" possibly mean a 4sncentrated invasion of Germany Sy s substantial addition to their right when the tension on their left :las been relieved. FAULT OF THE PEOPLE The mayor's point that the electors d not show any outward objection the recall change IP charter, is. ell taken "Most of the opposition CEme apparent after the bill had Massed committee At the ume the amendments were advertised the Her expressed the view that therojraj BO reason for altering tke recall Clause but the citizens thoijflt fatter Tg showing that the; disliked the vlhange, did not at time evidence 4ib the Commissioners tnat the moye had their disapproval NOW that It Becomes to them" tile radical Mature of the change Uiey object. It clear that there should be- a repre or ratepayers n esibt to watch municipal developments order that the Commissioners may the news of the people LOYAL FRENCH CANADIANS I Sir Wiltnct Laiirier is thu idea, and is addrecsmg meet ilngs in ttteT'pftnince to irouse interest in the French Canad Brigade which will go to the front the second contingent 4V a certain type aeon too eager to critins? our French jOanadiaa citizens Their lovalty ha? ''feesn impugned on "more than one occasion by men whose loyalty IB v-tojayed more by hoastfuiness than by faction, It has been established that in the flrsl: contingent well on to 3500 jttea bjrfh fn the second continent there will fee at least 4000 men, The movement for a French Canadian battalion gan in Montreal, and a French Can adian citizen 'at Montreal donated towards raisins that regiment, The enlistments were so large that a brigade is to be raised, Sir Wilfrid Laurler got -behind movement at the start. No more patriotic utterance could hare been made in an English speaking cpnr munity than the Liberal leader ei- 'pressed in his utterance at Montreal Jast week. Anmg other things he said "This hall has witnessed many demonstrations, foul never a de- monstration under such dramatic icircumstanced. You see nn thin platform men whom you are not accustomed to see together, men who hold divergent political views, have been separated by 'a gulf ot convictions which' had -been be- lieved to be impassable, but who in face of the supreme question have put aside and have' declared ;lliat Canada should take part in the terrible war in which Great Britain is en- gaged, the iminedfate aim qf which is to drive the Germans out of France and I might bare used a more energetic expression I nilfciii uave srfia inar its aim was to kick ttyem out for the supreme object of the war is not merely vindicate the honor of France Hie integrity of Belgium, but Tto defend 'J'o ot civilian. tion against Uiat of barbaiism fa not exaggerat ed, for ttfe.TnethodB of Germany the waF twgan recal) those Aaito, whoiattown irhfatorV asked of you Is a sacrifice, a sac- rifice particularly tor young peo- ple. But let me tell the young people here tonight that 1 envy, them the youUi which enables them to make such a sacrifice for panada, for Great Britain, France and Belgium, 'it is a sacrifice, for some of those who go will make a pact with death; many who go will never see their native land, but still sleep in that of their forefathers. "It Is a sacrlllce that is re those who seem to fear con-.: sc.-iptiou. The voluntary enlist- ment of the present is the best answer to their fears. Conscrip- tion will never be accepted in a British country." When this war Is over it will have jeenc established .thai the French- Canadian people-did their part for Canada just as much as the English speaking people., The conclusion of the war should bring about better re- lations between the English and French speaking people of well "as between the English and French speaking people of the world. P IIGKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSV MAN The campaign in Europe will have to take a seat to the prohibition paign in Alberta once it is under Hon. Bruno' Nantel landed in a nice soft berth wlien he was given a place on the Railway Commission. THE QUITTER When you're lost in the wild, and you're. scared as a child, And "death looks vou hang in the eye. nd you're sore as a boil, it's accord- ing to Hoyle To cock your die. But the code of a man says: "Fight all you can, And -self-dissolution is barred. !n hunger and woe, oh, it's easy to It's -the hell-served-for-breakfast that's hard. 'You're sicjrtdftiie Well, now lihat's a shame. You're' young and you're brave and .you're .bright. '-You've had a raw T know, don't squeal, -Buck up, do your damnedest and fight. :t's. the. plugging away that will win you the day, .So don't, he a piker, old pard1 Just draw on your grit; it's :so easy to quit; It's tile churup thats hardi [t's easy to cry that you're; and die; It's easy to crawfish and crawl But-to'fight and to fight when hope's out of Why that's the best gains of them all! though you come out: each gruelling -bout. All broken and beaten and scarred, ist more dead easy to 'die, ItV.tuft-kee.ping-on-li.vIng that's hard. W. Service. HIS EXPLANATION 1 My dear" said the young husband 'did "you speak-towthe mitkman auout there being no cream on the milk' J told-him aiout it this morn- ing, explained it satisfactorily. think it quite a credit to him, too." "What did he say7 'He said ie always filled the jug BQ full that there was no room on top :or York Globe. The St. John Patriotic Fund IB ap; pTonch'Ing. New linmswlck is forming a fox breeders' association. The Salvation Army Is building a new metropole in St. John, N.B. Ex-Bailiff Robert Jordan of Colling- wood is dead in his S3rd year.1 Au American-.eiigle with a spread of Oft 4in. was shot at Cornwall. Gus Helberg of Owen Sound was fined and coats tor selling a bot- tle of gin to George Groves. William Saunders of Exeter was fined and costs for selling liquor in a prohibition municipality. The two-yenrrOld daughter of Fred Light'of Ayluier was drffwued in a cistern. The baru and outbuildings of Adam Atfar, Vaugiian, near were destroyed by fire. The Red Cross-Aiders of Bradford have adopted as their motto, "Go to the Knit." The government has given -an or- der for tons of hay to S. Cud- more of Lightning.killed eleven head of cat- tle belonging', to William Wren, Hyn- ford, Renfrew'county.-. Charles Fowler, aged .S3, pf Brant- I ford, nicked nine barrels of apples- in day in his iiephbw's gess, near Ingersoll. Local option will be submitted to the voters of Cornwall township at the coming New Year's elections. Clarence McKenzie of Elora was el- ectrocuted while working on the the Hydro-Electric line at Beaverton. A. McEwan lost -hie barn, season's, crops and'several heads .of; swine in a fire on his property near Clinton. Frank Cousins, a well-known sheep breeder of Minto township, committ- ed suicide by cutting -his throat with a pocket knife. Henry Hoyt Pineo of Waterville, N. S., has been admitted -to the bar in Nova Scotia Rev. Father A. P. Gaudet ,of Fred- erlcton-has been given pastorate ot Richiaucto village. Mrs. Sarah.McNell of Sydney, 11-2 vears of oldest.womanjin Nova Scotia, ig -ill. Head Cpnsta'ble George Winslow of St. John's, Newfoundland, a veteran of the Crimea and Balaclava, died in his Sath year. Seaman'Ciirran of St New- foundland, returned to .his family af- ter they had considered'him dead for several months. Samuel as the result of injuries received the wreck of the'CPR esoress at Befl mont. N.S., some Nineteen dairy farms in King's county, blacklisted; by the dairj injector, "Dr 31 Johnston, for not being up to the stituidard The New Brunswick Fruit; Grow- ers' association "will- send .every avail- able appje to instead, of let- ting any rot in-the For the death of her.husband, a Wpbash fireman, .who. was killtd while passing under a the ttell and Canal, his ..Mrs... Clara Bunn, in the-''St. Thomas Assizes, awarded The place last Saturday of Alba onjy soil'-of th'e f Re" and Mrs Empion Corj, for merly of Wuken Minn, JQeceased connected with of Ot- taw.a at Poriajge La for some time aitenvaros being- transferred to Edmonton. r Dagens Nyheiec (Stockbolm, Swed en) Theobafdj received rtht prize star in gold at Cbnstiana July 16, 1891 and is the possessor of niany OrT ders socie- ties and congressional 'concerts, Wherever the artist appears he ie re- ceived "with open" arras." ;ONTTHE. OTHER FOOT. marry her, eh7 I suppose you'were you could not support ler in the style to which she had be- come accustomed no. I was not at all afraid pf hat" Jhy didn't-----" "It was slia Ujat was afraid X could Arommtk Schiedam Schnapps (HOUAIJOS ff I the most healthful spirit ob- tainable, .and .the very best stimulant "for general use. As a picfc-me-np tonic and diges- tive WoKe's Schnapps a always opportune, excising the most Bim-tTCial effect upon the liver, kidneys and other organs. (Heyreient Vmov4ment to1 form a special peditl6nary forco of French Can- 1 adians had Ms nhole-hearted mp- he continued What fa Distributor! Hudson's Bay Company BETLAW a yoang home- steader near BaUaw He had been working for the GPR Co building snow fences, and came down with typhoid fever He was taken to the hospital at and died there October.12. .The remains were buried on his father s homestead just north of Retlaiv 'Lara grwid steady and "was Hied hy all who knew him His friends ftaie ot all. -Clarence Pollock ahJ Harry Hast ings returned Saskatchewan where they hadTfleeD ,to wofit since hanest to get back home again f potato digging has 'order of the day the 52Et week They turned but good, nMwithetaliding _tfie drv year r Sei-vices held every Sun Hay at 730 in the Farmers Hall Our miaister is well liked You wiR enjoy these meetings'- Tea are to come and enlof them There will ie no let up In fall plow ing until the freeze up comes The ground is m fm'e condition, and this work is being pushed now by every one for all they are able Retlaw needs a doctor, a dentist, dressmaker, a tailor and this should be a, first-class locatlon-for-any of the good, live town and well settled territory We only had one mall last week, on account of the bad roadi The first mile and a half of road south of In in very bad shape All the mud holes seem to rifcht in the i cry middle of the road Tblg should be put m shane this fad, ag there IB a good deal of travel on Ibis road The big snowstorm of lait week did I lots of good to the and helped our water supply for live stock. lirs feo Casper, who has been on, tho sick list, a now able to be up and around again so there is joy In their ho-ne UTC hogs are the lowest they have en an Ura te'.iece tkf Canadian appUto ft Iks finest in 1 "Canadian apfrlss are juicy, v'. Until yoti own the "BOOK OF APPLE DELIGHTS" ypucanncit know half the cfelScious, healthful dishes that can be made with apples. Nor can you know the best varieties to buy'for win- ter how to keep their.. So send for this Free Book to-day K It shows you how to turn the rich, mellow fruit-of our Cana- :dian orchards into the most; tempting 'dishes .for breakfast, -r luncheon, dinner or supper. It tells how to keep apples during the winter, and what varieties to buy.' It is a text-book of economy, for never were apples 90 abundant-and so reasonable. Buy a barrel or a box today APPLE FACTS: The world's largest apple was recently sold in London for nearly It weighed over 27 ounces and will be preserved in the Museum. APPLE-RECIPE APPLES BAKED IN fnuWBERRV JAM Core tart apples and place in a baking dish; nil the cavities with itrawherry jam and bake until not with cream. Get the Book ot Apple Delights to thia Department. A copy will be seat you. free. You don't even have to put a itamp. on your letter. Dominion Government Department of Trade -And Commerce Apple Division, Ottawa Buy Crown Apples Canadian Fancy Canadian Grown pies Of Finest Quality. Try a Box of No, I 1 Finest Ontario and Apples Fm Sale By Wholesalers Only. Quotations gladly furnished for .car lots, or less. 'LES of foesifc can save you money- on your Winter Supply.- 652 13th St. N. Phpne War Office Has Surprise Up its Sleeve New York, Oct O Blythe, irtio arsnei from Belgium to night en the Olympic, naid that correspondents could jet no news from the front owing to the close ran sorship and even if they got any real news, it could not be Best by oatile He said it the belief in DON A L D SQM LINt TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATMj GOOD SERVICE. One clips cabin, only to Glasgow, and frotti Glaajowj thlrd-eliu, eleinl ublne, 131.78. PROM MONTREAL. 83. "LETITIA" October 31st All inforaulkMi fur- itabed by mthorlwd ijeuU, or H. LIBMAN, Oenercl A S4t Mfln H., that the War Office had a surprise "up its sleeve" for the Germans, but no one except the military authori- ties knew what it was. Richard Harding Davis, who.arriv- ed'on'tae Baltic today, confirmed Mr. Blythe's statement regarding the press and gave a humor- ous account of twbihours be spent in a Pans prison with four other war correspondents. The wardens walked up and down outside their room, clanking chains and. "slamming great iron doors to frighten 'thepi, he said, tut eventually they-all had suppei to- gether OXEN. FOR THE PLOWS Dearth of Hones In the North of England London. Oct. to the de- mands of the War Office there is such of horses in the rural dis- tricts In the north of England thai farmers "are training oxen for the plows.. It Is not an unusual sight to an old horse, long past the 'stage when he would attract the eye of a remount officer, yoked with a steer, One dealer alone 'bought up 1785 sad- dle and draught hones for dispatch to rrance. _______ P. W. KlngstoM, a well-known To- ronto karrlilifc Jf RAILWAY YARDMAN ASSAULTS W. R. BROCK Toronto, dht., Oct. R. Brock, the well-known wholesale dry- goods meroh'a'nt, was the victim of an assault at his residence, 21 Queen's Park, last night Frederick P. Low, a railway yardman, while under the' in- fluehce of liquor, rang ths door bell and when Mr, ,Brock answered tlio summons himself struck him over lha head urith a whiskey bottle, knocking him down and inflicting a cut on tlio side of the face and severe bruises, He was arrested b} seioraf of- Mr. Brock's servants, but when taken to the station would give no reason his action. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIH EDMUND WALKER. L U D, D.Cl, IjtIRD. JOHN A1KD. Gtncral tttUfU V.C. BROWN, Supcrlotcndem of ceaml Wnun BIWKMM CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS 'jt Interest ox the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account, Small account! Accounts may be opened arid operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persona, with' drawila la be nude by any one of (hem or by the. sui'yivor.. V21 Uthbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr, ;