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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBItlDGE DAILT HEflAtP WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1914 tfteralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per Dally, by malt, per by miJl. per j-ear..... 3.0bad medicine. The Kaiser magnanimously prom- ses that he will not send a force to punish Canada for helping the Mother Country in this war. "There's a rea- on." The mayor of Edmonton has been mseatfd by Mr. Justice Ives' judg- aent. When we want a similar op- Tatlbn here we will tnow where to get a surgeon. The Kaiser's press agent seems to 3 falling down on his stories of great victories over the Russians the past couple of weeks. The press agent rill lose his Job if he don't get busy. Von Kluck seems to- been booed off the map to make room for oma of the Kaiser's 'personal friends, ind we are sure the Allies will raise 10 objection. The farmer is hard to convince. And one of the nuts he has to crack why. the price of hogs should take lich a rapid descent 'at war time- hi best of our "price if bacon didn't ditto. hews, because he declared that it wa2 pll manufactured in London. .A newspaper cannot please all its readers. To many there is too much war and to others there Is not then to brea! Italy has held firm to her decision o stay out of the managed o win several bloodless yictoria-s for IB Allies nevertheless. By mobiliE- ng her army on the northern frontier he kept an immense-Austrian army oing nothing for several weeks while Russia was (breaking that country's owar in the east, and Turkey has had a word of warning from the sun- ny land which has kept her out of the fight so far. For a neutral nation Italy is doing very the Al- lies. enough. The newspaper, that is giv- ing the official reports and a con- densed summary of occurrences in Europe is likely serving the taste of the majority of its readers. _After a irhfie, when the war has been in pro: KMSS three or'four months, there witt. in all -probability, be a tendency to read less .of the war news, and there will be a demand for news of a more general character. GERMANY'S IDEA OF CHRISTIAN- ITY AND CULTURE Germany has always ranked as a Christian nation. Us Kaiser tells us In every message he issues that to this war he is in league with the Al- mighty. Let us grant for the moment that the Kaiser really feels this war is divinely inspired, and that through Germany the purposes ot the Divine are being wrought. Will any Christ- ian German, any believer in this doc- trine of the Kaiser that '-'the Lord en our explain to the civilized world, the why and wherefore ol the destruction of the Cathedral at Jtheims, one of the most magnificent edifices erected In France for Christ- (M worship, or the reason for the de- ot the great University of Ike Roman Catholic ekucti had trailed (or yean priests to (0