Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
f AGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY. HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1015. ttb: Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: Dsllj, delivered, ptr year 14.00 by mail, per year Woekif, by mail, per year. who had devotedly attended German womuted. was shot in Brussels, because sue helped lev uritish and Belgian soldiers and retugees to escape from the Huns In that city. '.Mrs. Herbert, the German wife of an English Curate at parting- lon' on I munition works, in order to give In- formation to Germany, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment at Dur- ham. Throughout the war Germany suf- 3252 1224 TELEPHONES: Business Office 1 Editorial- Offlci) W. A. Buchanan John Torrance j country, Managing Director Business Manager Iceiit women and children; she .sank tho Lusitanla and the Arabic, and fers by comparison with every other nation. She hss devastated a neutral and taken the lives of inno- Your King and Country Need You Right Now AN OPEN MARKET NOT AN OPEN MIND Hon. Robert Rogers says he lias an open niiml on free wheat- What the farmers of western Canada want is- an open niarkei. [caused the death of thousands of men. 'women and children, all non-combat- 'ants, aud many of them belonging to neutral countries; in her Zeppelin her victims have mostly.been womeu and children, and she" is lea- gued a nation that has mas- ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Allies must be prepared for the sacred thousands of Armenians. Any man or woman who sympath- izes with Germany in this war must ba 'recognised as a believer in German methods, and consequently must be classed as brutal. Kentishmen Honor Returned Soldier COFFEE Recognized in all professions and walks of life, as the leading coffee in the best grocery stores of Canada. Special welcome was extend- ed (too. Lee, returned soldier, by tin Kentislimen's association at a smok- er held evening. During the even- ing It was brought out thai the has now at the trout or under colors about cent, of Its A general social time was spent in smoking and relating experiences, jokes, and n select program given by i-the following artists: T. Halloway, J. T. IM-ts, K, J. Kossiter. A. Jnck- ,son, Pollard, E. J. Kauncli, Oeo. "Lee. Mr. Coci] made a speech of wel- come to Mr. Lee. Mr. Potts, on bohaJf ot the Kentish j Men's association, presented Mr. Lee [with ti watch rob suitably engraved. )Mr. Lee iheri told of his many inter- esting experiences at the front, and of the incidents encountered since his departure with the first contingent i from Lethbridge. i Refreshments were served, and j with the singing of the Xntioual An- ithem, ihe gathering dispersed. -worst in the Balkans, according to 1 feeling in Rome. The worst at tbis particular stage would be the flop of j Rumania-and Greece to the Teuton; side of the .struggle. Just now they ssre maintaining an armed neutrality, j tut it is quite easy to see that this at-: titude cannot long be maintained, i Their hands will be forced sooner or j later. Already there has developed a j ICKED UP IN ASSINGdD FOR THE BUSY MAN In >i, 1 and 2 pound cans. Whole Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 162 BOB EDWARDS LIKES LETHBRIDGE John Edwards, at one time Liberal crisis in Rumania, which does not, candidate for the House oi Commons, ._----. look altogether favorable to the Al- in GrenvUIe, died at Prescott. an estate valued at More than half a million shells arc; The easurn end of the lumber yard lulls can ever dismay, to. be manufactured in British Col-) of James Mayfair and company, Mid- what happens, It is all right. The umbia. I land, Qnt., containing about ten mil- lights and the shadows that fall on a Ontario contributed over a million lion feet of lumber, besides other ma- L western town, the amusing viclsst- jlies. Hope is stiri held, however, that 'these two slates wflrat least come to jtbe aid of Serbia agninst Bulgaria. British and French forces in Serbia tare planning a combined attack on f Btrumnitza; the Bulgarian town aear i where the French have airsady inflict- Jed'defeat on the invaders of Serbia. [Riiula is also sending troops, which lit is said may be met hy a Turkish i force. German claims of victory on the and eastern fronts were made In France they cltim to f have re-taken many positions, while Mn Russia von Hindenburg claims to iltfcve inside advance towards Riga. It is said that Von Buelow, former j German Chancellor, -will make sug-1 Sections for peace shortly. iCalgary 'Eye-Opener) For the first" time in our twenty yesr'iv residence we have .'paid a visit to Lethbridge. Had we ''known what a charming little city it jis, we should have been there long' ago. Of course, things are very quiet there just now, same as elsewhere, J but. the citizims don't seem to be los- ing s'.eep over it. N'ot what you would notico, anyhow. Somebody shouts-to jtlie bartender to fill 'em up again, and jail is well. .tj r i Lethbridge is a brave, bold-hearted The late H. Aldndge, of Edmonton, city. populated by true-blue western- ers, whom' -no temporary business No matter dollars to-the British Red Cross on terial, was ravaged.by Ore. Trafalgar Day. Mr. Campbell Feme, manager of gina has-been promoe o munty of the Hamilton Provident Loan Com-, the rant oj> honorary captain and ap- Macleod i panr, died suddenly. 0rande Prairie in the endless succession, of ups River district has recruited 167 men ior, the" 66t-h battalion. j American insurance companies will not set- any of the business oi the city of Calgsry The eth Batta to England were given their colors at i Ottawa, where the; were reviewed irtiilery and etp B. Bagshaw, a well known Re-j and downs, all tend to produce a com- ;ina promoted to munty of healthy-minded philosophers: 'in and ap- Macleod is a fair examp'ie of this, but ppinied paymaster the 5th West- then Macleod is never sober. Well, Cavalry Battalion. hardly "ever. "hovers too much Col. H. H, McLean, M. P., for between a state of intoxication partial Queuns-Sunbury, who has been in and a state of intoxication command of a" brigade at Valcartier whereas Lethbridge combini tor the past few months, is asking measure of sanity with her that he be. given a chance to get to olous carryings-on, the firing line. As a patriotic city, Letbbiidge (and Harn Vllen colored, who was of course) has done her duty authority on found guiltv 01 murd r oi Law-, hetter perhaps than an> other city m is dead m jer JR "Johnston, also proportionatell. Tllisdis- both oi Halifax, was sentenced totai IBS a stout more friv- on their way by trict has been combed over, several j A DOLLAR A HEAD FOR PATRIOTIC FUND population i King's 1 Ontario. Geo G-. ex-iL P. P- ,-1 King's County, N B and for some .20 Ushes for attacking a ear-1 Major Morfltt and Lieutenant for old girl lie" Taylor were there doing Enlistment oi delegates for the recruiting pet for the 82nd Bat- seas service and the employment of Jalion. Inside of a week'they enlisted in the town. whether any other place m Canada can beat that amount and Bowman- vlUe's record is well worth placing be- fore other communities as a stixruil- ant. Lethbridse constituency haj Jlieen asked to raise for tie Patriotic Fund for the year. A dollar head from ever} resident of the constituency would bring the desired k amount. A dollar a head in the out- lying constituencies would bring J amount ifiptted. Why not i try "a dollar a head" the cry for t.-'eftch. constituency in the Southern Al berta Patriotic Fund THE CASE OF MI3S CAVELL UJtes full reaponaibfiity for the execution of Nurse CUT el I. It uys Jthat a'woman'i olfaoce against the irulee of Var must he treated on eiact- j3y the sttme as a man'a Germany can twiit argumects to suit Itcelf, and the world will not be surprised at itbis Tiew Doint It is worth remem- fberlng that women in times of peace a aecondary m and policy. The> German i consulted about declaring war, but when a women displays loyalty to her country, especially if that country is [Great Britain, she is treated on the ,eame basis as a man. Ever since the commenced Germany. -has rules of war It has trampled in- -aocent women and children underioot not a whit for age or anything else. uennany hai veil its p'iace in history- .as more eruei in its warfare than Atilla the Hun.. whom the Kaser recommended as an example to his-troops at the the Boser uprising. Apart from taking the life of this ftoble British, woman, Germany de- liberately lied to the United States Ambassador, who as endeavorng to prevent the execution. Promise was "distinctly made that Ambassador Whltlock at Brussels would be advis- ed of the: decision of the inquiry into' the charges against Miss .Cuvell, but -lie did not hear of .the Judgment until after the woman had been .executed. Imagine Great Britain or France, or even Russia; treating a great nation in such a manner. Germany i for the truth or for humanity. Contrast treatment "of Miss Ce'Vell; with Britain's treabMnt ijf Mrs. Lonise Herbert, the Oermnn Mfe of an English curate' Dalv, for many years a well pro- gresa for an battery, ___ __._.. known hotelkeeper at different times Kcnora, a veteran of the South leading citizeni, with Major m Peterboro Orillia and North war, and for four years an in the lead bjrhalf a length, is dead inccr tfce South African constabu- tne g2nd recruiters every asslst- llajor F J R Forster, MB, of lary, has accepted the ofter oi the ance in tnelp poweri -according them a Stratford, has received notification of minister of militia to command the cordiai weicome, a aplandid his appointment to the British Royal new regiment tor overseas band at their disposal and doing ev- Armr Medical Corps which is being raised iiom Port Ar- .J.UIV King George hsu Upper Lodge thur and Ramj River district at Bushey Park, a beautiful roj-ai; domain in to the Canadian Red Cross for use as 2 convalescent home. YOUR BRONCHIAL TUBES imaginable to make things easy for them during their stay. Since I then we have, learned with a singular The Canadian Ford Motor Co. an-, When a cold settles in the bronchial tnese people, nounce that they will take tubes, with that weakening, tickling 040 'in bonds in the proposed Cana- COUghi immediate treatment is very FORMER M Kilborn was acquitted important The breath seems shorter at BrockTille Assizes oi the charge because of mucous obstructions; usu- of murder of "Mrs James White oni allyfeverispresent.yourheadjarswith degree of pleasure that the entire 39th (Lethbridge) Batterv is completed and ready .-for Great stuff, Ottawa, Out., ENLISTS AS PRIVATE Oct. W. March Thos Madden, eUJI.P. for South Cape Bre- ton, has enlisted for the'front with a in Bethlehem steel. After twenty years' service as man- ager of the Gait branch of the Mer- chants Bank of Canada F. S. Jail is is to retire. Bishop Stiachan school, Toronto, at once to drive out the. cold which started the trouble, and :it will check the cough by aiding the healing pro- cess of the enfeebled membranes. If you have any symptoms of bron- STS ampTeTronndTand sleeping chitis, or even a stubborn cold, always icommodation for it likely to remember that Scott's Emulsipn has be turned into a soldiers' home been relieving this trouble for forty Official newi was received at Lon-i jears. It is free harmful drugs. on that the second Canadian Pioneer RefUE. MIUEe dot ___ __ _. Battalion under Lieut -Col. Davis will winter in Guelph jpstead. ot St. Tho- mas 'as originally intended. George Mutch, of Pickering, a G. T. R. sectionman, was instantly kill- ed by a westbound passenger train which ran down the section gang on their "handcar. Major Vim Michell, principal of Riverdale Collegiate Institute, Tor- be second in command of 8 new battalion to be raised in Tor- onto by Major H. K. Barker. 'Official announcement is made that the" total number of British merchant vessels, exclusive of fishermen, sunk by submarines to October 14 was 183 The number of fishing vessels sunk to that time'was 175.' Pte. J. S. Miller, brother of-Cat-j gary's city and, until his en- listment with the 56th, a clerk'in the Ashdown Hardware Co. at died at Capt.. H. B. Snelgroye has been appointed. major in the SSnd Bat- talion, Calgary. He ft as m charge of one of the companies of the Fighting Tenth. Plielan, over ninety years of age, aud jears post- master of one o! the oldest mail routes in the county o! Two Moun- tains, is dead at St. Colum- bian. P T. Caldnell, for the past two jears manager ot the telephone de- partment at Ednionton, has been ap- imted' divisional superintendent of ...f Orand Trunk Pacific Telegraphs, with headquarters in Winnipeg Captain C. Hutton Croniiy, son oi George J. Crowny, railroad supply contractor, Montreal, was killed in France. Captain. Crowdy vat m the 19th Koyil Highlanders or Canada, poi thf iliss Edith Cifell, a British feirs Bawne, Toronto. Ont. -giio has joined the colors as an ordinary recruit. His rank is that of a private. Mr Madden is a K.C, practising in Sydney He was otter- ed a commission, but refused it. GUe LIMOGES DEAD High River, Alta, Oct. death took place Here yesterday morn- ing of J A Gustave Limoges, eldest son of Joseph Limoges of the High .River Trading Co. SEVENTH Remember two too. The creamy character of Sterling Gum is not accidental. It is the result of an extremely thorough procew of re- fining. The result point budy, NO GMT." witk Mr, ,V. Cm by um PKPPCHMINT AND CINNAMON On vance subscription payments. "'Olioy that impulse" today. in your start in the Contest. mill got, an early Special Contest Office is located tit 32J Hixth Street South, next lo the Henikl. Address all communications to (Jamptiign Manager, P. 0. Box 337 Lethbridgo, Alta.