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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Iltbbnbje -Sletblkibge, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Ratet: Diliy. delivered, pi-r year... Dally, hy mall, per year.... IVeekly, by mail, per year.. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY H E R A T. D SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 191 S. 3.00 J.'JO TELEPHONES: Butlness Onlce JJ'J Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrsnce Managing Director Business Manager King and Country Nee You Right. Nov.' ROUND THE CIRCLE CJF THE WAR Greece has definitely declined offers of concessions made to obtain her aid lor the Allies in the BalUans, Eiid-what new camplications this re- fvisiU may lead to is causing much speculation. Whether Greece will he a'bla to maintain her neutrality with pressed itself yesterday that more men shotfid o> sent forward -when Kit- chener makes the need tor reerults-so urgent. We Intimated that it was pos- sible that the fault was KltchoneVs. but the Secretary of War, we Hud, is; not responsible. The responsibility- esls entirely- with Canada. A very frank despatch to tho Toronto I .Telegram trom its I j resident correspondent at Ottawa lays the whole responsibility on the lior- den government.. The TeUisraiii heads this dispatch with the worcis: "No Offers Will He Office. Accepts All the Troops Canada liaises, but noes not -Issue Ciu'. for Them." The despatch reads as follows: i Ottawa. Out.. Oct. number iof troops to be raised hy Canada and sent to the trout rests in the hands of the. Dominion government, though the War Office is consulted as to tha com- if-osltiou of the divisional units. I The statement that Canada could i provide 50.000 -more recruits as soon ;as the War Office intimates the need of them indicates ignorance oi the I system of enlistment. Every contiu- geiu that has gone from the Dominion i so far was offered by Uie government and accepted by the War Office rath- !er than the request emanating from RICKED UP IN SS1NGI FOR THE BUSY MAN I'll tin sumlenl) of Juilson Macdou.ihl, prominent eitliens, died of the heirt I (ico." A. Uupman. i tornur well known Toronto grain mcre'nnut, is clr-ail. Dauehteis of the 1 mpire at bt H a on foot to startA maUnt, m tuttr) j in tllat 'nun tin to Sit 1 dward Clrty, wns ublig- 1 i i bomi tune to fcive. up work liuaiibt it illliinUh Uoii. Eric Unim- wiil be forced to disarm, or enter the i Colls 50 000 troops above wir on one sido or the other, Is a, 11OK Authorized are not question. Britain has already called it is not because the. War Of- fof a "showdown." It must be either if ice does not need them, but rather o-i neaee because the Canadian government, for Allies will allow her to .maintain her armed neutrality. In the meantime the Serbian army in serious danger, and the al- lied armies from Saionikt have as yst been unc'iiie to givo them much as- sistance. The Russians are pressing their ad- Timtage on Uie eastern front, and have itaken many more prisoners :in TAG -DAY GIFT ISN'T ALL EMPIRE REQUIRES "Mr. Man-at-home, don't tuiak be- cause you gave a little girl 25 cents for a rose yo.u have saved the British Empire Mr. Comfortably-off Citizen, you with an income of to a year, don't think because you put iour name down oa-.the Patriotic Fund tor 1100 a month for twelve Fund tor 1 a mon et e urgen ca months vou can inflate your bosom. (Canada as to the Mother Country. The >which it win ernmenL. It right that the people of and look for a knighthood. the Balkan situation is omin- ouslj the reason we afi on Jit to be doing more than ever be-, tore Let's have-more consecration, Canada should thoroughly nnderstend more more optimism. The the .situation. It Is not tie British British Empire is slow to start, but War Office that is holding tack. I is sure to succeed: How soon depends'the Ottawa government, ana we Otta- upou T. W. McCarrr. ;l government alone, which prevents To-nnto Canada from performing her part. "'____________ person knows the Winnipeg DON'T DESTROY i'fclejram as a pronounced supporter THE STrtAW !ot the Ottawa foyernmEnt. This pa- Easterners visiting the west at tnis per is most ouUpofeen in its demands time oi vear report themselves shock-1 that Canada should do better than it ed at the sight of straw stacks being! has been doing, burned. In Ontario the straw stacfe Barker, who had been a fireman at St. John, N'.U., lor 38 j ysars, is dead. William Collins, district inspector; of constabulary, died .at St. Newfoundland. James McSorley oi ['mains. X. shot a moose the horns ol which had a spread ol 58 inches. Lola, the 6-yoar-old daughter pi CharUs tSuaw oi Cenln-viHe. N. S., died after teiu.c struck hy an unto. Mr. and Mrs. U'.Ucy Drown of Lawl'eld, X. H., went, out blg.gamt huuliiiB. Mr. llrowu shot a moose- and his wile-a deer. Mrs J. I'. .McNaushtoii of North Sydney. X. S., was found in htr bath- ro'onl shot near the heart. She died without mailing any explanation. Rev. Father 'LocXary. parish priest at Riverside, X. B., offered Iiis ser- vices as" chaplain to one of the Can-1 adiau regiments., and was accepted. J. A. Kllis.-.'i-k-M.P.P. and ex-May- or of Ottawa, has beea appointed di- vision court clerk for that city. job is worth S5DOO per year in ices. was first dug ,out of this r.iine by; Hudson's Bay "men in 1683. i A firm in Vancouver wants about; 2000 men irom Canada to go to Uus- sia and iiuild 100 miles oi railway, I 500 miles Iron; the lighting zone. About 400 men are working in the; mines around Sandcn. Sometimes the: hotels are so. crowded in this old. camp that cots for sleepers have to j be put up in-the halls knd parlors, j J. H. T., for West, Peterborough, has offered himself for' overseas service. He is the eleventh member oi the Canadian parliament to enlist. One day recently the Kelowna can- nery put through'36.000 cans of torn-. atoes, representing two carloads of! brador this season will be 50 per j cent, over the catch oi 19H, and the i price wil[ be over a dollar better. Seven members of Calgary's police force have joined the Pioneer Corps for active service. They are Con- stables Patterson, Creighton, Miller, Shcpard, Smith, Johnson and Clark. W. J. Brownell, of Vancouver. was hurt when was in a col- lision with the motor car of Fire wuuuuk Qhjef Carlisle, was awarded j quarter of the Empire.will be accept-1 aml costs by g cjty has to ay. Thomas Doyon, a French-Canadian ailpr, who was saved when the :eamer Anglo-Columbian was y a German submarine last as, upou his return to Canada join- the 73rd get his "re-; The focts Um present auth- jorization of men has not yet been raised. There are nearly France, In England, i In Canada, 1600 iu Bermuda or St. Lucia, and SOOO doing guard duty throughout the country. Presumably before a can for another is is- sued, the ranks of the present auth- orized establishment will be filled up, and. at the Militia department. It is stated that to that end recruiting is THE VILNADVINSK FRONT Some desperate fighting has taken place Iu the nsV Riga region where tho Russians ire worlins, then back south ot Duns] Mlna and holdin0 the Cerma'ns nest of Dviusk itself Tho Allocated Board of the Royal Academy of Music tor Sir Robert Borden returned, but none is yet forthcoming. It is under- stood are difficulties iu se- curing eciuipment, and in some local- ities' men are not enlisting as rapidly At a time, however, when the war j is at its most critical stage, and Bri- tain to raise sufficient men is seri- oiis'iy considering conscription. It goes without saying that men raised in any irter of the Empire-'will be accept- The urgent call applies as well to1 t 4a tu _- extent and manner to >which it win be responded to here is up to the gov- created by the threshing operations itauds in the farmyard as the fall and winter feeding place of the livestock, it is valued hy the Ontario here in tbe west many farmers look upon the pile of straw as an eyesore ind an impediment, and remove it as tapidly as they can. Surely after last year 'n Southern Alberta farmCTE wiL1 reiiizs the importance of -ae While there may i o at the he ai the fu department should waken up. Only- the it said: "In these circumstances, with these facts universally known, we are seri- ously asked to believe that only the lack of 'the word' from the British War-Office li awaited for Canada to raise additional recruits imme- diately! The thing is obviously ab- surd.. There is something radically wrong in the MB- ilia department at Ottawa or in the War Office ir- s-ock no on. can tel! itwnti ''When such conflicting Thu straw was never in-las that from Ostuwa those from HH'ed It exists for a Loh'doa tbe public, can ire expect a great recruiting cam- a success? How can we paijose and soou'd preserTSl. there been plies straw h aid trom tile Iflo oroj. toere would have beeii far less ncey to facriflcs stock, on account o[ the F" must aot !crget is >vas the aro ith in IS H 7 the lessons of last the youns men of Canada to rua'h to offer their sen'ices? How can wi wxpecc the Canadian peo- ple as a whole really to grasp the tre- msndous seriousness of the situation j and to devote their chief attention to SOUTH AFRICA'S increasing .the importance ot Canada's SPLENDID VERDICT i part in the war? With London clam- Hot vs nctcrv south Africa s'Jda [oring for recruits and threatening'to further proof, if it were needed, of ioi'jlty and devotion of the South Airirar, people to the British cause in the nresent war. The general election was really a.test of the sentiment ot the peoifle. Botha's policy was on trial. The judgment of the people' it that Botha was warranted in giving irined assistance to the Mother Coun- try South Africa, fifteen years ago, in turmoil, with Botha and Smuts, two Bo'er generals fighting against Britain, today sustains a government led adopt the most heroic to oh tain them, and Ottawa at the same time telling us that London's permis sion before we .raise.more it any-wonder that Canadians are confused into a itate of bewilder ed The "conflicting statement" from Ottawa said that Canada has raisei j til the men that were asked for, and thousands more .could be supplied- when the call came. Prom .the Toron to Telegram it is clear Kit to Telegram it is cieur IMI Botha and Smuts for rendering.aid to cheneI4 cairfor men must be ans llritam in the war with the Teutons. d b ,he government What greater tribute could be paid to (he righteous .principles upon which wered by the Canadian government Kitchener needn thetnen and he woul take undoubtedly take an that Canadt the British Empire is founded. South Sllpply He not teu Can Africa appreciates the great freedom ada: what to' do. That {j, the busliies: and the responsible government it en-1 of w decide. Sureiy we joys under British rule, even though answer Kitchener'- hy sending al It hated Britain and all things British fifteen years ago. RESPONSIBILITY RESTS WITH CANADA There a spirit of unrest amongst of (he newspapers the poHcy of the Militia depart- in foru ardjni; troops to the (t felt, Uie ex- Ihe men possible and raising thous arids more for training, and ready t meet further needs. Allen A. H! McKepwn, chairman of th Home Gmrd tiecutlve written t R. B. regard to having a registration office in I.cth- bridge far lout.hern EsUiblished aver Forty-one "Years THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking Perfect Safety. Quick Assets.' Reliable Service We solicit your account in our ________ SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH a Monger, Street N.___________B OF CANADA The Union Bank of Canada gives a Modem Baikino Service There Is a growing tendency, which we have always foster- ed, toward closer relations between business men and their bankers, with a broader and more valuable service from bank to customer. Open'an account with the Union Bank of Canada and take advantage of ,lhe exceptional facilities which our 320 Branchet enable us to offer. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. H. E. SANDS, Actlng'Manager Slrood, Vie. Mnrsliall- Clrnluun al the 2nd ns iiviiiK been killrd at the front, lilittuliou reporleil killed iu Krancc, no vntnrim mill i sprius! J ml mi at iii succession to Willhm tltircmeiit is innounuO Mi llcll entered..the. MLO ol tlie link in WotaiBlock In: 1888 in 1 i> In'er st itioiied. at var-1 ions m Onluio lie ne-r couutant it IHwson anil MI tbiit'cii-; w is to New. from 1101 to 1101 lie swvtd in Uie Ualcr ho Joined Hie in- Sfttiuis at head ollice, lemiiud to Minnipi0 mil in .rJlO won't-to" Mexico as manager. Junii Cou t. s loriiier inesulcnt tnd in 11 I0mt 'u.itrclor o( lit Hold Motui 1.11 i niv-, whost'rcs- hli uouseii tin. -greatest ill- in both t iu uln and the United Ntitis is mi mi r Cunadlan. Mr. lounuis w is bom it Chatham. Out., but i rh in lift went across to Uncle' b (him in s, ind bLt-ime a -resident ot Detroit, lie became associated wilhc lleiin 1 ord mil nest to V'ord, is the bhucholder in the KoiM Jlotoi company. Konl looked after the me- dium ii end ol the business, while Cousciis attended to the nuances. He has made an immense fortune in the Ford company _ _____ _ i well-known Winnipeg inun, anil was a South. .Afrlain votoriin and o the lioiit- from Winnipeg last ahmit lltty years of ase. lie wns with the Canadian Mounted burn nt Altona, 'I own- in i ship, but'rcsl.'liiil In ..Uxbridgc ..lor [inilifK Incluile Mrs. A. W. Puttee, i manj' years, .where s. JlcJlaslcr and Mrs. It. Thorn-. war, vuiciinv nun sntiiK w una nun (i cs Tlirw sMfw wliu n si, J l' IW1 hu> Uicn appiinlal ,0 A Puttee, i raiinr veins, he cnllstelV whou ,cnt ot tU Cuiiailiin Uuuk of Com- mill Mrs. It. Tl Repairs For Machinery Any iicpuirs on Any v our New IVfacliiiier.y Casting, Mouldinti and Repairing of Every .Deaoription All Kcpairs J'or Case and Reeves Engines. G, KISCHEL, Lessee 'OF THE. PLANT OF THE LETHBRIDOE IRON WORKS CO. LTD. LONDON. ENGIAND. hr total Examlnalions in Music PAT1CN 11s Hijtsly the Ming., Music Examlnalions Opuu u "10 Pwil- of Millie. The Annual EiaminnUons iu Music and Theory will he liclci tliroueiiotit Canada in Mat- June, 1916." An emmln. iu will he held Isovciulier lolh isiJ.applicaUoo to he made hy October Atf'eshibtUon value about Jsoo offered Gold and i Silicr Medals. Syllabiis. iluslc for the examination and all particulars' may be abUiiued on applica- tion lo M. W1111C DiVIS. 717 aoter Slrett, Iteilral. (Resident Secretary Canafla.) Parents and Teacher wishuigr to euler their pupils ejcnnun tiqns sbon'il have their uaille? placed ou mailing lut 6 I CLAUDE HUGHES (Pupil- of Senior Gustave Gar- cia of the Royal Academy of Music, London, England) Lessons in Singing, Piano, The- ory, Ear Training. Candidates prepared for the Ex- ams of the Royal" Academy of Music, Royal College of Music, London, England; Toronto Con- servatory of Music, ana McGill University, 1208 6th .AVENUE.SOUTH' HORSES FOR SALE We Seven head of Horses and Eight ColU In a field 2d. joining tho Ellison Milllng Company, Raymond, Alberta, Tenders will lie received by I he uiidorsib'hed until 'noun, tho 1st day ot November 1913, for all or part. The highest or any lou- der not necessarily accepted. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 315 5th STREET CONYBEARE LETHBRJDGE An Experienced JExecutor The oi n Will (..ills, tor ttlilc ill financial mul in.itloi.s This, Tiust Company oftets Hit i scniecs of a bod) ol succcssltil business men fhcj cverv iiiiaUIlculion'iQr (he pcrlccl admimsliation ol Wl11 Wnlc tm 'Wills THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMITED. ALBERTA Public'AdminUlrator and Official tor thi JutflcUl District, of TETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lethbridse ottice, Bank of Commerce Bldg-J W r THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. TOOT Title Insurance Polteto other valuables in one of j Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgi WHAT YOU DID FOR- WHAT YOU GAVE FOR- Patriotic Purposes previous to If) 15, represents voiii- contvibution to the of justice, aji'l A SCRAP OF 1'APEK during tlic iirst year of the great war. The- titniiic struggle is still on, iniil to LOU- tiniie for many monlbs, yet Our Canadian bove made a name'for ami our (ountrv llial will stand in now being wriiteji. LET YOUR CONTRIBUTION- to the support of their diumsi jhib second a credit to yourself, your town and >onr oouulry. As, _a British eiti'ncn of Ihe pimlege of nefive pfn'tlci- pntion in th.e great lor freedom. siiveJy will WELCOME THE OITOMTVNITV ;