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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUT UA1L1" HBKALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 19H Xetbbrlbge, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year..... Dally, by mall, per yoar...... Weekly, by mall, per year..... 54.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Offlco W. A. Buchanan Managing Director Business 1252 1224 John Torranco seen In this a possible threat against America's intorssts in tho Pacific. Tho present war as engineered by the Kaiser has been a war of miscalculation, and the. German Bm- j I perof lias certainly miscalculated the j sympathy of the American people.' Dealing with his appeal American opinion is well expressed by the New York Independent which, after tra- versing tho statements of the Kaiser to their discredit, deals with the accu- sations made against Britain thus: "Then the chancellor charges that Britain 'avails herself of the long awaited opportunity to commence war for the destruction of commercially .prosperous Germany.' This Is an ab- surd-obsession. England had taken no PICKED UP IN I ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN "APPEAL" TO THE STATES j step .to llailt German cuDiir.srco. At hone of enlisting American I her ports and iu her colonies she has the Impel rial Chancellor, Von Beth- I made no tariff discrimination against German imports. Goods 'made in Germany' had free competition with m-Hollwig, has forwarded an ap-, In this war it is impossible to give Slavism.' I sorry that she has brought To thoroughly digest this, and condemiiation of the TjpperarJ. _. savs a iine. German atro- ,vould rouse anvtWng to anger. establish the onus where it proueiiy j_orW., belongs it is well to go back a little to i ____ the direct causes which led to the) present outbreak. i On June SSth ot this year the world j Tf___ .nritish was sUrtled by the news that the Austrian Archduke and his wife were assassinated at Sarajevo. On July j 24th Austria presented Servia with an Russl__ js ultimatum practically, demand-, ed'the surrender ot Servian ence. Servia, acting under the advice of Russia, agreed to all the Austrian.! conditions except two. These two she 'was willing to have referred to the Hague Tribunal. Germany was asked by Great Britain to use. her friendly influence to bring to this agreement. ,This the Kaiser up the vic. and Austria declared war on' Servia Qf ,.fleet_n OTer flfteen W. 0. Lanquedoo, K.C., editor ot the Quebec law reports, died at Montreal A rifle association Imn been form- ed at Nanton. The PSncuer Creek Board of Trade banquetted C. 'Teeter, the man be- hind tho Western Dominion Railway. Rev. Wm. Miller preached his fare- well sermon as Baptist pastor at High River on Sunday. Rev. J. W. Morrow Is the first mod' erator of the new Presbytery Medi- cine Hat. R. J. McDonnell will succeed R. W. Brock as deputy minister of mines at. Ottawa. Mayor Deacon has Joined the Hun- dredth Regiment at Winnipeg and has been given a lieutenant's commission. Constable Reidy of Red Deer is be- ing sued by Mr. Campbell of Penhold for SlOOO'damages for false arrest. TXai. Milburn has been appointed sheriff of the judicial district of Swift Current. G. S. White, of the N'anton branch of the Bank of Commerce, has been transferred to Carmangay. BRITISH EAST Germans are INDIA TROOPS IN FRANCE London, Sftpt. her fifth army across the Chapnel ip wlnforcc the French. The esnaor conceals Its strength destination.' It ti learned aUo that the .British East indla'treops have reached the front. They tn- the. Germans for the time, hear Termonde. in Belgium, Friday. The defeat of the Germans at Termoiide halts their advance on Ghent for tKe time being' A great squadron of aeroplanes Is being dispatched to the contin- ent by England to assist in the critical movements about Paris. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE the line Mtax-Vitry-Francols the bat- tlji today became general. The Camplne (Belgian) and Lem bourg have been nvnouated. ports ol Cicrman troops from the from tost to the cast are reported several sources. The fact that at Hit tlmo of the capture of Lemburg twelve Austrian divisions were annihilated is confirm O'ilRMANS LOSING GROUND IN CENTUE Paris, Sept. Violtmt encountere have occurred on the French octrtr between Fero-Cbampcncise aud Very Le-FrancoiE at the southern point o Hhe forest of Argonne. The French have not fallen back anywhere. Tl Gsrmaas have lost ground. put one forepaw He'll swat from both sides, now. mind The Manitoba legislature may hold Ja special session'to' deal with condi- afisinS out ot stacking up fleets don't, as a rule, carry any guns. -how the Kaiser's press on July 2Sti. Sir Edward Grey-fur- ther suggested a conference In! Lon- to deal with the matter. Ger- many, without consulting her partner of the Triple Alliance, rejected the proposal. .Then :oi. July :29 came from the Oarman ambassador .the "In- famous 'asking for British neutrality, on the understanding that. Germany would make no territorial acquisitions'In'France. But when, fur- ther pushed she boldly declared that sha could hot give.tile same assurance with regard French colonies. In the House of Commons on July 30 British- fishing vessels. One traveller returning from Ger- many says the German fleet will come E. L. Chudleigh, who has iieen ap- pointed sheriff of the new Medicine Hat judicial- district, 1s a former C. P. H. divisional supcrintedent. E. S. Field, formerly manager of the of the Fairview branch, Vancouver, B C. ;Rev. Canon of Montreal, _, mm nsrucons eo outLand fight yet. They have alreadj wju be one 0, the ProtBEtaI1t chap-, "Th: retormcd Frenchmen who want done so. They sunk nfteen flshmg with the Canadian contingent to to and the ones who. are .not vet cal'oii, are able to as vol- unteers, but tave to go to France at tl.cir on ii lorngners can Churches Inter- cede for Peace CONTINUED FROM-.FRONT PAGE. The following has liccn sent out by' faithful who promised-a _rerv present the French ccusular agent at Cal- j help i gary _ S' "To satisfy the. tremendous inquir-j ies to which it is practically impos- sible to answer individually, Gen- eral Consul of France In Canada in- utes 1-is to follow the following instructions "The mqtlHzation is graftal, and every Frenchman not definitely charged has, to jo'ri Hie army as soon as possible.' "The Frenchmen are the ones .who, born in 1S94, are'called under the. colors in 19U, and the ones who, torn previously, have not com- pleted their .25'year-' service" at the tiir.e of the pro, .4at on of the law, Aug. "7th, 1915, bearing the period of "service, to "IS years.. Con- EO are called all .the men of 20 to -18 years old, except the 'ones without reaching this age, were discharged according to the disposi- tion of the former law. .Nevertheless, the sub-officers and soldiers belonging to the classes previous to the one of the year 1893 will have to Iwait -lai nstructions before joining." Primate ol the Church o'f Eng- land in Canada. A.-CARMAN and S.'CHOWN, General Superintendents oi the Methodist Church. W. T. HBKKIDGE. Moderator General Assembly, Prcsbyteriaa Church. H. I. HORSEY, Chairman oi Congregational Union. B. NORTON, President Baptist Convention, Ontario and Quebec. W. New Judicial Districts Formed trawlers: Good old .fleet. Two Austrian armies have been! j_ 0_ wealthy retir- wiped out. Evidently tne Kaiser clergyman of Pilling, Lancashire, monopolized his celestial ally all at Port Arthur, Ont., while on a himself, and Franz Josef hasn't a It' is.'the 'duty of the farmers to trip around the "world. The Conservatives have protest against the election of Premier Asgulth repudiated the erejy poanll their jBashford ;n the constituency of Ros overtures of Germany, who at the wiu grow nert year And it Is I them, Sask very time she made them was bring dnty to help tham_ n ing her armies 'Into Belgium. After their every diplomatic means were exhaust- ed flritaih was'forced to declare war. There was n'othang" left for her but. to enlist in the Legion under the larac conditions The French Ot- fce in Rouen is authorized to receive the engagements are acce .of 17, Titt it is sf than 20 old to produce CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE between- rges. 20 and 21 west of the 4th meridian to the north boundary of townships 11, thence easterly along the north boundary of townships il to the line between ranges 18 and 10 west of the 4th meridian, thence southerly on the line between ranges'18 and 19 .west of the 4th meridian to the north boundary of. twps. 7, thence easterly along the said north boundary of twps. 7 to the point of commencement. All writs of fieri facias affecting and iands situate in thet.part the age if the of Lethbridge, the Frmch ien less abide by her word of honor to respect the aifrobation ol their parents "The of the railway com (more particularly described as the sub- judicial district of Taber, shall be di- rected to and filed with the Deputy Sir Donald Mann says the. C. N. R. main line from Edmonton to Vanccu- British 'capture of Samoa caused aiver will be ready for- .operation by sigh of relief in TJ. S. Americans liacw Britain, said the neutrality of Belgium, and to stand by her obligations entered into' under the Triple Entente with France and .Russia To further the appeal of his taper- j gome 6ajr R amy of ial master Count Von Bernstein, the I men ]anded ln Bel. ltLVlv.a m ot German territory orient stop at chow meant j__ Slum, German ambassador in New York, "has issued bis own appeal. It is just as false and.'specious, as that- of the Kai- ser. Htj. >blames Hussla, France and 'England in .the following manner; "The German people realize that the object of the coalition which has been formed'against-them is tie destruc'' siaaa _.naj tion of Austria and Germany, and therefore, they, will Jght the battle to the- finish. "Russia Ends her pan-Slavistic am- bitions Slocked by Austria. Therefore she is willing to involve.the world in war. 'France yearns for the recovery of her lost provinces, and therefore joins tlio war "These things are conceivable and understandable, but .that England's commercial .jealousy, leading her to desire the destruction of -our freight and passenger carrying fleet, and her .unreasoning military fears, leading her to wish for the destruction of our naval fleet, should load Britain to join hands with Russia and France is in- conceivable to me." Then comes this -ion bouche which under the circumstances is ludicrous: ''Our-emperor's object always has been to preserve the peace of the world. :The American press will es- pecially remember the fact that this was emphasized upon the occasion of his accession to the. throne. "He has .considered Germany's arm- ament to be a purely defensive mea- sure, and there has toeen no protest against it by people. He 'and; they .wished peace above all else, and they .were willing to pay a mighty pnce for it" Count'Von Bernstein further child- ishly accuses Great Britain of en- deavoring ,keep the Ajaerican na- tion from knowing the truth by cut- ting the trans-Atlantic cable between the United Statescand Germany. the last straw te alienate Ameri- can sympathy-from Britain the Get: man ambassador dwells on Japan's action, which, he says, was instigated by England, and he expresses his sur- trite that no American paper has othere say lt Sept 15th An attache of the Russian Empassy at Washington predicts a great de- velopment in trade between Canada and Russia after the 'war. On September 1st at Christ Church, Millarville, a took place be- Fames ol Canada ha.e the neeesssry instructions for- (on "exhibition of the Fas'icule de Mobilization' or other documints replacing it) delivering to the n obihzabie Frenchmen a ticket to Montreal We are inclined to think Walter G- Hanson- Chinook' and Ruth Nest (Dol- smaller-figure is right But ,f flght as well as their country daughter of Joseph DeaneFree- men in Austria have done, and it they man' of Mlllarvllle pattern after the British troops 'now hearts should be Married at River by the Rev. Father Beausoleil, Elva Mary Lockwood Cle-1 ment Burning, 'formerly operator at.1 the depot at Ciaresholm but now sta- tion agent at Ensign, A1U; Acid Stomachs Are Dangerous of All the Stomach Trouble Said ta be due to Acidity TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. One-claH cabin; only to Glasgow, and from Glasgow; third-class, elaied cablpt, .Rates subject io change- without notice. SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL. -SS. .Sept. 12th, OcL 10th, Nov. 7th. SS. Oct Oct. 31st. SS. Sept. 26th. Oct. AH information cheerfully fur- agents, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main St., Winnipeg. Take it to MAC Ho what's wrong with YOUR GUN. Fifteen years' ex- perience with the Leading Gun manufacturers ol! Europe and America. Oiit-of-Town work given prompt attention. 0, E, MacflONIlLD GUNSMITH. Fifth Street South. Phont 1032. f, O, lox 341. f An offer to pay. ttie cost .of four ma- chine guns ..for the Canadian expedi-, tionary. force was received at-Ottawa !from Joseph prominent Yu- koa miner, formerly of Woodstock, i Ont. Provincial license comfliisaionera} held a meeting at-Medicine Hat when, they refused the application of'-Chas. Duncan of Redcliff for. license. The application of J. S. Leseur, of Dun- more, was laid over, aa the applicant ris a "-French reservist and has been called to join his regiment in France. The Central News states it has learned from authoritative sources that the Duke of Westminster, while under heavy fire on saved the -life of Capt. Orenfell by carrying him from under the enemy's guns after wounded. Announcement has been made by the Ottawa government that Lady, Strathcona has given as a con- tribution to the maintenance cavalry regiment loundcd by her fa- ther. The Strathcona. Horse are to be maintained tnd sent to the front with tho eipeditloniry force; Over 8000 Roman Catholic children of the Ottawa, separate schools were left on the atreots when .the classes they were to have attended Called to re-open. This if the outcome of the battle 'between the English and French sections of the board, and from present furcations U in ioulttrul If the classes will med- icines as well of medical treatment for the stomach, mg that tie and. hii colleagues nave secured remarkable re suits by use of orSiifary W aurated which, by neutralizing the acidity of the food, removes the lource of tho trouble He cuntendi that It in as foolish to treat.-the ilnmach itself as it would tie for a men who stepped on a tack to rah liniment on the without first removing the tick Re- move the tack end the loot will heal neutralize the acid and stomaji trouble' will din aplear Irritatlni? ijiedlcinM and medical treatMcnU un- less, io long M coRtnto of the stomach remain MM; mova the acidity, there Trill 10 need for Inflamed lining of will tkm ketl Butter eri froui acidity, AMir or nhoulJ a bottle of BUgneili from their dnigflit aid'Ukt a teanyaanful in 1 Kliw of bot or cold wpur after mwli, repeating in mln ulei, If uccenarj', tliU the dem which doctor hu round encicMi li ill. canei Shsr.ff of skid subtiudicial district at Taber. Tie judicial district of Lethbrldge is now constituted as follows: Commencing at the Intersection ot the southera boundary of the province of Alberta with the line between rges. 10 and 11 west of the 4th meridiam, thence north along the said line be- tween rges. 10 and 11 west of tie 4th meridian to the South Saskatchewan river, thence -west up stream along said South Saskatchewan river and Bo'w river to the Intersection of the Bow river with -6he north boundary of the 16th twps., thence west along the north boundary of the 16th twps. to the line between rges. 24 and 25 west of the 4th meridian, thence, southerly along the 'said line 'between rges. 24 and 25 west of the 4th meridian to the northern boundary of 12th twps., thence east along the northern boun- dary of the 12th twps. to the line be- tween rges. S3 and 24 west of tho 4th meridian, thence southerly 'along the line between rges. 23 and 24 to its in- tersection with the Belly river, thence easterly down stream, along the Belly river to the mouUi of thg St. Mwy riv- er, thence southerly, up stream along St Mary river and Lees Creek .to the Intersection of the said Lew Creek with t-hc southerly limit of the Blood Indian reserve, thencR.westerly along the said southerly limit, of the Blood Indian reserve to the line be- tween rges. 27 and 28 'West of the 4th meridian, thence southerly along the said line between rges. 27 and 28 west of the 4th meridian to the south boun- dary of the province of Alberta, thence easterly .along the south boun- dary of the province 'of Alberta to the point of commencement. The these changes says: "That until otherwise ordered the officers of the Judicial dis- trict ot Calgary shall be acting officers of .the sub-Judicial district of Calgary, GERMANS OUTilD BRITONS Raising Prices In Effort to; Corner Scandinavian dueo London, Sept. Oer- mans are making a desperate attempt to deprive the United 4 4 Kingdom of provisions mlfplled by the Scandinavian countries. 4 German agents are now travel- 4 ling through Norway, flwftden 6