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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER V, 191 JLetbbviboe Derail) aibeita bAlLY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per" year1...'.. mall, per year...... Weekly, W mall, per year..... 54.00 1.00 TELEPHONES Bnstness Office............... Editorial Offlcs.............. W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Unnaslas Director Business lianas THE END IS A LONG WAY YET military strategists Have an-: tieipiited lias to pass, and the initial success of the present cam- paign rests with-Germany: The mars have practically brought to a head their original plan of reaching Paris. But advance is only 'a-prelude to a quick retreat. Paris) may fail, and become the temporary rcstir.j place of the Kaiser's artaies. will, however, only be a brief glory. Already British resource is at work, and in conjunction with our Allies a new plan of campaign is on foot. The landing' of marines at Ostend. with a large force of Russians and, no doubt, a strong British expeditionary force, means an attack from Antwerp along the rear of the German armies, and a cutting off of communications from Berlin. Sixty Dollar Cut Now fa .'Prices-of All Ford Cars AUGUST 1, 1914 These prices are guaranteed against any reduction until Aug- "St Noto'tho above statement carefully. These prices are guai> anteed against anv reduction in price but not against any advance fh priced Therefore no orders will be accepted lor future 'All orders must be for immediate delivery.'. The same sturdy Ford car that has made for itself a world- wide record for dependable and economical service, is now ottered P.I a price well within the income of the mac of The ?few Prices are: Touring Car Runabout 540 Town Car All cars fully equipped, f. o. b. Ford, Ont., IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA ONLY VIRTUE BROS. .THE FORD GARAGE 1232 Third Avenue South. Thb col. thls'Wek Is dedicated to His .Imperial IluthptiousneBB, Esr Kafier. (Spicial to The Sept. Kalier'a press agent announces! that His Nibs is wait- ing for a new navy to grow.hofore he sends his fleet out to fight Sir John JeUlcoe. The British fleet has scnt.out Invita- tions for. an at home to be held at any time to suit the pleasure of the guests. Kaiser William and his "fleef.'n be- ins" are extended a hearty invitation. No collection at tho door. Judging from the tone of some of the ?eports that come through, they specials from, the rear to the News- 'Yell-0-gruni. The col. prefers to have nothing to I do with this question: Sefgt. Bowker (being such, an expert dodger of bul- lets, why doeoi't he dodge a few of of the Kaiser's? Is that allie! Not by a Longwy. COLOATE-'S RIBBON DENTAL GREAM be enormous sacrifice, but it to what must inevtablj i which it is coming to the assistance The German advance hasibeen gain- o- ihs farmers, if personal effort is forth to help the farmers grow a croo next jear Canada will be folios in cutting a way took to Ber to do a ,err great deal to help 111 Tl be that tho final m liio matter of victuall- Vtnierloo, will oe on Belgiumjmg her in [he field as well as IK those at home well fed .and to do tfceir share when called I with ram to the army Tvoich has marJicd on fo Paris The prospect ib bv no means so as It appears The lull 01 the Empire have not ready upon. Ana don't let the farmers forget for been at The fight has a minute .the sound advice to make gvo, find tho reel is "vet to come Jeverj acre produce nest year Two Tis- rri'la.narr advantage sainefl dr. in successloa are >erj un- G> ri am will cause a prolongation of likely A hig crop may war.-.Its only effect.ifjli'lie1 to.isetjbe. expected. And big prices her day of. flnfli defeat and sub-JNow's the time to plan for spring's seeding. too. >If It is-true as reports state that LABOR DAY basijuas men of-Southern Alberta are Labor i ill Je taking its annual holl- farmers -nho c-me through da- 01 Monitai But this does a crop for the ire n tl-at all labor wij oe at rest, ot debts_ ,he payment ot If so tlie michlnerj Keeps civ Etu.vaUon among illation goms will be at a standstill Trfuh SLPOBB remits And herem appreeiat" the wonderful factor labor -Js la yje -ogress tie globe. The occurrence of Lator Day ajart from ita lighter side of sports and j hlgh celebrations, should draw attention its serious aspect It would b for us to consider what labor is and it has achieved. Whether skillr efl, or'unskilled, it id the mainstay of the gor. mght to lake ,he by the stop j( Thft bnsl. gmlty are tnroati, m followteg siich a procedure has been need our iarmers now lt afford to drive them .off the land for the sake at! a -few paltry dollars' -when: those dollars-will .probably mean that'they civiiization. Witliout labor the best wiu stajrj raise a good, crop .next Jnvest-ve brains can devise will be of amj pay up au their debts with nought Like tlie man who mans Qire (he fannPr a flghting gucs in tune of war, the working man, chance We.u all te the better for as ho is called, is Indispensable Jo Ole can- ing out the practical work theory designs. I.5Eior is ever connected with peace, and Just now we can fully realise the ;it holds, should it choose to it, to efface the danger "of war. particularly a war, like the pres: em. oiousht on by an autocratic ruler as ue hat> expressed it, a in the sUn for his nation The iiffH3aUon of labor throughout the and a unity amongst all work- ers ssnong nations, cannot but put an the periods such as we are raising through if labor stands together, and is de- bu.ldlnss, and did damage, termined in Its action, after the days of blood and slaughter are.orer, the uorld 11 bouue to reach that stage forecasted -by Victor Hugo: 'The day will come frheh the only bpTlolteld will be the market open to commerce and the mind opening, to jiew ideas A day will come when a cannon vttli be exhibited in public mu :seunls, jtist as aq instrument ture is now. and people-will be astori- isheJ such a thing could have been A day come when these .two immense groups, the United States o! America and the United States of Europe, shall be seen'placed in presence each other, extending the-hand of fellowship across 'ocean" the Learn to shoot; join the rifle ssso- '.cUtion. With the Russian Bear and Tommy Aildns In France helping the with the ;red pants we -believe we are "oomfng to the stage when we viill be to ihed a tear of sympathy for coming to the war lord. Csnaditn mtnufacturem are being urgtd to Keep Uelr pldnts open and the want to show their la way they Ginniny1! trade. It coiUd do' no {tetter tban accept the ad- the goTtrnmsnt Is to be P IICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Bread onJy is being baked in Paris in ardor1 flour. Rolls are fatrcqd by order of the Fire, which broke out in the Tren- ton, Ont, garage, deetrojed several Major O P Cramqr of Columbus, Ohio, bag elected as command- er m-chief of the'Umted Spanish iVar Veterans Fire -destroyed..the public --school building at Grafton, Ont, the largest best building of its character in Hiitdimao'd Peter.jDuncan McKellar, .who for the past fiftvtwo jias been regls trar of Kent county, Oat., Is-dead at hia home in Chatham. The opening of the big sluicegate m Grayson's ,dam It Kingsway Moose Jaw; owned by the C.P.R., was accomplished early this "week. In -future the? South HU1 ..Methodist Moose Jaw, will be known aa Wesley church Re> M Bennett, formerly of Regina, is the new pastor A issued in Mexico City calls for the abolition of the double customs duty on goods from Vera Cruz to the capital, established by the regime at the time of the American occupation; oE-.the coast city.. James.-. Halstead, ..former Mayor .and Reeve of one of the best known men In Ontario, la dead: at his home in Toronto, after a week's illnees 1 The wheat movement Is at present normal, and, in spite of the rise in farmers all ,over United aro assuming a wailing attitude, In the hope that The highest wholesale price ever fixed in Chicago is now set at a 100 poutids, and if the re- tailers follffw. suit the consumer will have to psy JOaents a quart Advices baVe .been received by the Calgary Board of Trade to the effect that -the Ontario.' and Quebec hay crops will the.average this j ear, and Mberta farmers are, there- fore, being advised to take advantage of this situation. -The British Columbia contingent of lolnnteers, who passed through Lelh- bndge last Frldiiv night, had their first casualtj before getting into act- ual service, when, -between Nelson arid Cranbrdok, of Movie, ifill off train and waS de- capitated. Chicago Special: The cow has jump- eded over the moon bere, causing great sensation.- Milk has entered the rarified In plnia United States, the price of cow-Juice has tak- en, a step forward and upward, to the tune of two cents a quart. A local militarist told Chief Skelton the other day that if he ever got over the 'guii shields he would get a meat axe and "Hack der Kaiser." If the Kaiser does get to Paris, it might be in a Sedan.chair, but not on SeSau day. :The poet laureate broke ou .this w.eek in an endeavor to out-Kipling though his Old Country con- frere got the start on him.. The local pote comes out with the folio-wing sequel to "Hoch der GOTT Mein Gott in Hlmmel! Vot I say.? "Melnself vas dot der Vy! Vot a foolJ Ya! Vot an- ass I vag such vordte mein libs to bass. Meinself und Bott! Diein, Nod vile "ve sings Nicht! nod for "Der Wacht am fnctlcal IB prices will iidvaace further, The most healthfa! spirit obtain- able and the very besTstimulant for general use. As a pick-me- up tonic and digestive, Wolfe'3 Schnapps is always opportune, exercising the most beneficial feet upon the liver, kid- neys and other organs- Jttjala flat :tr Bat- tlti ftdr. Obtainable at allHolslt and Retail Staret, DISTRIBUTORS: The Hudson's Bay Co. Lethbridge, Alta. !'01ad to see you" Flt-Rclprm to Fill. Pleased to find you lookine so bright replied Fall to Fit- Reform, do you like my oew said Fit-Reform to Fall. "1 always like Fit-Reform replied Fall, "and this season they are mort attractive than ever." t McKelvie McGuire TRADE MARK Enthusiasm in the Care of the Teeth. "No, I' don't preach dental hygtehe in my said a mothes' recently. "There is no neceMity for it. I've found a better way. Ribbon Dental Cream has made my children enthusiasts for the brush habit without any persuasion on my part." Once taste the delicious flavor of Ribbon Denta! Crenm and you realize how easily brushing the teeth may become a treat instead of a duty. Safe without harmful grit. Antiseptic without over-medication. Delicious without the presence of sugar, glucose or saccharin. Your dealer has Colgate's or We will send you a generous trial tube for 4 cents in COLGATE CQ. Dept. O Drummond Bldg.T MontreaL Makers of Cathntre 'Bouquet luxuritvt, Iflttnft d over, a century. W. G. M. SHEPHERD, Montreal t for 3232 Rbl DO Jnd vins 'gainst French und British swine, Melnself It Gott. e French und British are hut Und gannot bead dose droops of mem, :f 'e drained along der famous Hhlne Gott. Von Slltke (und Von Bismark too) Vas very great, but nel'fer knew Der vondrous dings vot I can do Gott. _ Ven Grandma und der Boers didt glash Some beobles dought me very brash, Bud dem hp'w to. smash. Der Gott! Bhouldt-Russia's oferbearing Czar Bud dare to; mage on, me a var :'1I mags him vish he vas. afar Gott. Def'British ships upon der sea Haf gone to driumpJi, ofer me, Bud dot shall neffer, heifer be; I'll Gott. smash der French und British, too, T'ut Russ-and Belgian "oop der Jnd dot vill show vot I can do Gott. 'Melnself und id mages-me laught, )er bardnership vas broke in half, Jnd I gommand der army staff Gott Appropriate Indeed! ('iilairmore Enterprise) Mrs. Kidd'e maternity home, Eos: 95, 'hone 161. Wedding cakes decorated. PROPOSAL Saskatoon, move- ment'is circles to aa-.c tlie government of Saskatchewan organize for active service a cavalry.- feglinent, matter has jeen .laid before the government by 'J, A. Aiken, officer in com- mand' of the 29tlt Ldght Horse, with Lethbridge Branch IN THE PASS Fertile, EX., Sept. fenuyfather and Surgeon Fraser of he R.N.W.M.P., Maoleofl, AUa., were n Fernie this week, enlisting recruits or that1 and have been very successful, in getting many- good men. GK- Tisdale. or Gi-anhrook, ,who" has heen in charge of the-.recrtiiting for the Overseas.contingent point, was in Fernie th'e last few tlajs ar- ranging for'the recruiting of the sec- ond Overseas coiitlrigenti'aud the new last ICootenay regiment. We under- stand that there are. 80 eligible rer cruits who have handed in their names. ,t service. There has also been a Hat of fifty names forward- ed from Golden for enrollment, .as. well as 23 at Michel. Fernie also has a list of some 200 men, who wish to b'e" enrolled, and Lt.-CoI. 'Kachay.'recruit- ng officer for Kootenay, is now only awaiting instructions from headquart- ers to proceed with the enlistment of these men. PASS RUSSIANS WANT TO ENLIST Fernie, B.C., Sept. party of :welve Russians-called on Lt.-Col J Mackay, recruiting officer, on Wed- nesday, all of whom were-anxious -to enlist for active service in the Canad- ian. Second Overseas contingent The Colonel was unable to accept.them At present time, and regretted very miicb that he. could not do so, as they. fine specimens of physical fit- ness and spoke English fluently KILLED FELLING TREES iFernle, B.C., Sept. Gustaf- soh, employed at the C.P.R. lumber camps at Bull River, 'was accidentally killed while engaged in f el line D tree The tree which Guntafuon felled brought down three other tht fourth' one killing him Instantly as be stood near the stump of the-tree he frad cut himself.; This in the otfd accident of a similar nature at the Bull Rfvcr camps within threfc months, Gorbner VVllKes held on Innuest on Monday, and his jury.brought.Itt a ver of "Accidental headquarters at Saskatoon, one of th< four cavalry regiments .imSaslfatcher wan. LieuL-Col. Aikan' proposed t< Hon. Walter Scott that a.regiment o( Saskatchewan Light Horse, be raised from the'four cavalry regS raents of the province, and that thej be fully eqblpped and-turned, over department of Militia for service. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS WSTAiLEO SAFETY DEPOSIT UODCB room WJQls, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes UTOK AJTtT TO R, L Brymner, THE ROYAL BANKOFCANADA Capital Up BANK MONEY ORDERS Oyer 15, nottJKMdtajISO, lOe, OriilSO, notexcMainjtSO. ISc. (Vnkon Mctfted) rad HfU. Vi.t. LCTHBRIDCC BRANCH: J. M. AITKCN, is my Will? Where is my Insurance Policy? It is not wlie to place these documents -with your other where they art subject to loss or destruction. Hiding a Fire or Life Insurance Policy IB an old dwk or box -Is as hiding money. Your WILL thould MaKd up aM UH Ihli' Company for safe keeping. We will Indnt tt for you, Ilia It away cirtfully In the dtposit viult; you may taktiit out for examination or and it at any The Company makea no eharai for this. f, British Canadian Trust Company CEO. W. CoMyjieare Block, Alberta. ;