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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE * tHe",-�vef�Be|quantity tn a healthy Is.Js * adult* rjut,it is,�he qualfty of the Modcf �'''/flhat]"d�ttrmih(jt our Bitlh|rth to resi# sickness. ' With weak blood we fty& cold hands and chilly feet; in children an; aversjon to study, and in adults rheumatic tendencies. t^oM". In changing seasons get abundant fresh air and take n spoonful of Scott's ^JUmulsion after,'me.ils, becauseScott's* Emulsion, is a rich blood-food that will increase both b^mntity and quality of : the blood wltllejt warms the body and � helps carry off the impurities. h When multitudes of people are to-day. taking Scottfs Emulsion to avert r winter. sickness; and are. gjvihg'i't'.16: �� their children,^ is careless to neglect { ' its benefits. Irook out for subatitutes. -.;�] -.; Scott ft Bofri'e, Toronto. Ont. l�-a ; HENRVFOR , DISLIKES ANGLO-FRENCH GENERAL ALEXIEFf- ABLEST ,'' COMMANDER RU88IA HAS : 'London, .Oct: .'27.-A correspondent :-'ot the Times with tho - Russian headquarters. In a, of tho general .-�^iii'iltary position, which ho consider^ jBiitircly favorable tor the Russlaus, Hiiys: .-..! - "The situation in regard to the higher commands probably\it; more satisfactory than it: lias been since the be-ginning of tbe war. Tlio opinion of virtually, the'entire Russian army is that' in. Geiem Alexieff we have at our 'bead the highest military ability that Russia-possesses.. He is a quiet, rather shy nun, with an' enormous capacity: for work, and m a crisis actually directs'personally the most Important movements. . � 1 'jit Is stated that during the-retreSt froW, Vl'ma aJffioat every .detail 'v.�vs directly arranged by GeneraJ Alexlotf;. ;nvUHe/there Is no; doubt that h* diroofc todTpersonally -many details of tho �weeping withdrawal from Warsaw," The tall man la the fatuous automobile manufacturer, the other is Secretary oj! thit Navy Daniels. They were; photographed in. Washington on their Way. to ViSlt-JPresident..Wilson; Mr, Ford Jias secured much publicity by his statement-thatthu will: withdraw lite savings from any Ibank that subscribes to the Anglo-French loan. Red RoseTe "is good tea" P�p� are the new treatment for coughs, colds and lung troubles. They are little tablets made up ; from Pine extracts and medicinal essences. When put into the month these medicinal ingredients turn into healing vapors, which are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes. The Peps treatment is direct. Swallowing cough mixtures Into the . stomach, to cure ailments and dis-brders in throat and longs, is: in- 1 direct. -Peps are' revolutionising the treatment .of colds, as. their; ^ price is within the reach'of all. ^. Mc. box: all druggists, or Peps Co;, Toronto.- *' - - SIR MURRAY i? ^Appointed chief of the Imperial ^General Staff- at array' headquarters -in London. fF*^ l Las fnon %uuS^� DRUNKARDS SAVED Costs only 11.00 a box. Come If and talk oVfir the matter with us. ' ' for.booklet, Washington;.; Oct: ;>27.-rRumors of irnpending 'peace in Europe again fill the air. 'i'bis-time the-reports have been received .with slightly more credence here,' where there is a general expectancy ol decisive developments in the Balkan's before snow flics. The roporttha^t has been rt.ceived from more than:one embassy here, is that Emperor 'WiAiam of Germany, within the last week, lias renewed his' overtures to Russia, for -. the conclusion ot a separate peace.., According to this s^ory he. has promised the (Jzar possession- of Oonstanttnople as a reward fcir deserting .the.. Quadruple Entcdlc. ' " Would Give up Slav Area Further particulars are'to-the el-fect that Germany is willing to ra-knquish all1 the Russian* territory it now holds,, with the- exception of Poland, which lierlin plans to Constitute an independent kingdom, and .would induce ; Austria-Hungary to present Russia with a portion of Galicia. That the kaiser has .been endeavoring for. some.? time ,to detach Russia from its allies is well known; here. In German official circles it is admitted that this js the keynote of the kaiser's, military, policy... It was only last summer that :German propdsals for a separate peace: were submitted to Pe-trograd thrpugh'�: the medium of the King ofDeamark. v- .Reports-Denounced Russia rejected the-;German proposal, although it'-waa coupled, with offers of rewards fully as tempting as .those now reported.-.German: ofhcials now sav that the progress of the Teutonic arms .in.' the Balkans, . the failure of Greece and Rumania to join the allies, are likely:, to cause a more cuieful/ re-consideration by Pe-tiograd ' ' 1 The ability of the kaiser to' deliver Constantinople to Russia' is scouted by miny diplomats. In German quarters, however, it is asserted that Turkey is more.t.Ban willing'to relinquish Constantinople , in the; expectation of regaining - control' of. Egyp| and receiving other substantial rewards. .Russian ,and British-officials here pronounce these reports not only preposterous, but fabrications : put forth by G ermuny: for purposes .best known to Berlin INA . CLAIRE. Tlio great Broadway star;: who plays the lead in "The Wild Gopse Chase," at StaiVand last times tonight. : FRENCH MIIJTARY BAND TAKING THEIR "GKAS" �� . , ..... � . . ,. "^-' mm r In thel'Argonne where, the German,GrowU'fPrinco majtes nefarious a I tacks witli^ys, and com pells the coM'rinj� up ol nbsts {� and mouths to prevent sufl'ocation. .^.-i'A : �" _s�>___ " \wm Brave Brother of Macleod Man The gJ.lant way in which Trooper Maxwell D. Fraser of the Strathcona Horse, rendered his life for, the-Empire is told by Colonel A. C. Mac-Donnell, the commanding olBccr  of thut regiment, in a letter just received by his brother, Dr. S.M. Kraser oIMacleod. Col. MacDonnell says :�., '.'The 5th battalion attacked: with great gallantry. I had been ordered to hold the original trenches at under this scourging fire we eventually regained the positions we had lost previously. "Trooper;Praser was a great favorite in his squad and well thought ot bv all ranks. He. died like every hero should, with his face to the foe. His death was that of a gallant Canadian' and he^trieeps on the field of battle with mitfiv others of his brave comrades. : "He was buried'with hve late members of the Stjjgathcona.-Horse close to the place-whfem he waS-killed, by a burying party �bf the Engineers. Everything possible will he done," adds the,c^loneli'^tto'^eserwJ!" the memory otv those of niv-( company who-so .btav ty fell on the.24th of May and Who were buried on the field near Ifestubert." Raymond Responds to Call of Patriotic Fund -1- SCENE IN BEAR OF FIRST LINE BRITISH TRENCH IN FLANDER* (ConnuNUEu Front Vagi.) costs in case the attack, failed and the Germans tried their: pet counter attack. ' ,/ '..�,.: '�;�� "Then word came, from another batr-talion that thev required immediate reinforcements as their 'support had not come to hand, so I sent them "C" squad of the Strathconas - all that I could spare-under -.the.command of Lieut. MacDonald. Trooper Fraser was included in this squad, and the manner in which they changed showed that the Highland race has lost none of its courage by being transplanted in Canada. "Our supports did not arrive until practical y after the Germans bad left, and at the finish: of the day what with shrapnel and machine guns, the place was a shambles, but it is pleasing to state that after hanging ; on' ants and the bombardment of unfortified towns. Germany has not been human in this war. : The most striking effort, of the evening was unquestionably the speecii *U of;Mr. Abe, Japanese consular repre- The 39th batterv will appear for tlic.brst time in Uniform, probably on' Saturday.) The*full" equipment ot clothing has now arrived, and is under issue, sT^n'ose in charge expect to have tins endiof the work completed by Saturday, k> that a-full turn-out in uniform may be made. " ' Wm. Steveijs, .former city, tlerk, who was one of the first to enlist with the, newv battery, has, been |Uc-ed in orders''^, acting o,ujtt^et-.roastet-sergeant, and; has charge 'of issuing the clothing,;*' *r v *-,m The battery'is being put-through daily c)rills, and the improvement of the? rnenuu the dr)H; 'tinder -the capr able direction of.H'eutj, Kilmer, is noticeable:- , , " Ends Dry, Hoarse or | Painful Coughs * Quickly i A Untie, no*t-�ll.1%Mj Ensilv -prepared and never spoils. Pull directions with P-mcx. �: . The:, promptness, certainty- and with'which this Pinex Syrup overpo; esse overcomes a bad cough, chest or throat^cold is truly remarkable. It quickly loosena a dry. hoarse or tifiht cough and lieals1 ah* ........ iifiht'cough an; ..___^ soothes n,painful cough in a hnrrv: With a persistent., loose oough it stops'the for? matlon or phlegm in the throat and bronv back ' ending the annoying I Pinev is a highly concentrated ebm� /pound of genuine1 Norway pino extract," 'rich in guaiacol, and is faraops the world oyer mrats splendid effect in brpnohitis, whooping:cough,:'bronchial: asthmti and-winter eoiih'hs. ' ^ , ': ..'To avoid disappointment in making; thiB, ask vour driiBsrlst for "234 ounces J?inex,'� and don't arrept anything- else. A guarantee of nfcohiie satisfaction, or' moboy promptly rotunded, goes with this' ^.aratien. .The. PJBW.^t,, TorojtS, sent#tive for WesternvCanada. Mr Abe speaks Engvlsh. quite fluently, and in calm, dispassionate utterances told Raymond people why bis country was participating in this- war. It was not for territory, although, she had cleared -the Orient of German influence and. commerce; but it was because of the deep-rooted- sentiment for progress . and- civilization'; When Great Britain grasped the. sword In the defence-of these principles, her- far-eastern ally sprang eagerly to her assistance. 'I think we are- doing our duty. Our navy is policing the Pacific; we are supplying Russia with munitions, and England and France with doctors and nurses, and if needs be, Japan will fight: till every man has-been drafted," declared Mr. Abe, Mr. E'lton gave a characteristic address; .stirring, convincing, and at times eloquent.. He'carefully analyzed the major causes of the V*1'- let" ting in a flood of light on the secret methods of Germany, and of her slight regard for treaties and obligations.-. Throughout her whole history she has snapped liar finger at pledges and made a tool of her ally, Austria. Mr. Elton made a strong appeal lfor support on behalf of the Fund at the conclusion of his speech. ; The following officers were- then elected; President, W.. Preat; vt�e-pre-sideqt, H. S. Allen;; secretary, George T.Wride; treasurer, Wm. Blair; committeemen, Ray Knight. James Meeks, J; -W. Evans, Will Meek*, James Cost-ley, Dr. Wray, T . J. O'Brien, U D King and Charles McCarty. '-After singing the National Anthem, the meeting: dispersed. With the exception' of the officers, who met briefly to'formulate a plan of campaign. GREECE IS PLEDGED TO KEEP NEUTRAL : London, Oct. 27.-l>r. B. J. Dillon telegraphs from Rome U> the Daii'iy Telegraph, that he knows for anabso-!ute' fact that while the Greek Cabinet Is -.under no .treaty obligations to the Central Empires, King: Constahtlne: Js bound to the Kaiser 'by a solemn pledge to maintain neutrality; toward Germany, the Kaiser agreeing to give to v Greece territorial compensations after -ihf w^p if she does not cast \n'. tier lot v/IUi the Allies, ?To do hliu j|aj*tlce,'' says Ur. Dillon, "King Oomvtantine, if" must be saiid;:refused, despite threats, to draw the sword oa (fee side of German/." 1. . , Photo-taken in the living quarters of the British-trt>ops just 'behind: the first line of trenches and communi-'i eating with:the dugouts by means of tunnels. Note the roofs covered with sand 'bags for protection against shelr^-t splinter*. ' , '  Don't Forget! Tea and coffee contain the drug caffeiner-i'rotn l1/^-' (o 3 grains to the average cup. > Some people use tea or coffee for years and either forgot or don't know that caffeine is a cumulative poisf on, working away in tlie system,* insidiously undermining and destroying health. < .Some oftlie signs are lieadache, heai-l flutter, sleeplessness, biliousness, and various stomachy kidney and liver trouble's. Of course, if one prefers his tea and coffee, and is willihg t& put up with these "comforters," why-keep right on! 1 But, if one valuer health and real conifort, and at the same time would 1enjoy'?sf^'-deUcious, wholesome beverage, J he thing to do is to emit both tea and coffee' and use '* '.'F.O'S^.iJM ,. , ^ -the uiiie food-drink V.| Made pf wheat w|th a bit of wholesome- molasses, lh|s delightful beverage^[,'$*{?''""' wholly free from caffeiire or any other harmful substance; but rich in rflie ; health^! building gopdness of.tlie grain, (iood fori,old and yOuhg., " ' ' Ten days' -trial-a little thing, to do-^is convincing. E IN QANADA ;. CanadUii Rog'tum ^C�r�al Co^Ltdtf Wii^d 36179? ;