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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK L.KTHBR1DGE DAILY HEKALU WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 191'4 'ILetbbvtbQe IfeevaU) Tletbln-iboc. EHbevta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per year.. Daily, by mall, per Weekly, by mail, per year. M.OO 3.00 TELEPHOKES Business Qfnca Editorial Office A. John Torranco Uaias'BS Director Business Manager 1C52 1224 DlCKED UP IN 1 ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN THE TURN OF THE TIDE From the beginning of. this week the progress of the war has entered ou n new phase, with advantage to the Allies. In the light of menta the German advance towards Paris has been fcssty. Austria, on whom Germany depended to keep tUo Russians employed, has proved broken reed. Somewhat late in the day the Kaiser has realised this. His advance, therefore, has taken the na- ture of'-a cautious retreat, with the Allies slowly but surely pushing his forces back. In the sbsence definite news It difficult to know whether there la a fresh Eorct of British and Russians, together with Belgians, on the. line towards the German communications with Berlin. But it looks as If is the At any rate the Kaiser's forces ara retiring ia the direction ot the river Marne east of Paris, having apparently abandoned vantage ground near Compiegne and Se'nlis. Tiiae now is the deadliest foe tbe Germans have to encounter, and it locks'as-if their military leaders have miscalculated the effect of pushing eo far from, their, iasa. ever get fcack to Berlin? Will they It Is likely that Manitoba's war gift will bo -bags of (lour. Geo. 'Smith, son of Rev. C. was drowned-- at Belcourt, Wan. Mrs. Alice Elizabeth Doctor died in, St Catharines. Harry Jutes, a drown-v ed at Parry Sound. Sir Stephen Furness, -widely Imown, in the shipping world, Is dead. The marriage of Miss Annie 3 L-eod to John JJcAuiy, both of man, was solemnized at Blairmore. James Foster Cannltt, brother of the late Dr. William Canniff, ai. Q. H., .Toronto, died at Edmonton, Cardinal Dominic Ferrata, an Ital- ian, has been appointed Papal Secre- j tary of State, Raisull, the Moroccaa brigand and pretender to the throne, is reported to foe dead. Civil servants at Ottawa will give a day's pay, about to the Can- adian -patriotic fund. As a result of military action sa- loons in London, will close from now on at 31 p.m. A bylaw bonuslng the Marathon Rnhher Company of Akron was car- ried at St Catharines. EVILS WAR BRINGS TO CANADA Hon.- Martin Burrell is responsible for the statemfint that "the only trai- tor, to my mind, dTiTing- the present ciriais, is the man who is reach- ing for great profits as a result of misfortunes. The paramount dnty ot the people of Canada is to sustain Great Britain in her fight for the r preservation" of laorty and freedom, and see that no man, woman or child In Canada shall suffer the bitter pangs of" hunger _cr want .we have this dnty .to perform." It Is-wen that-Qi3 -Minister of Agri- culture spoke so" strongly and sibly. TJnauestfonahly there are in- would (be a shame .to call them are using' the war Satisfies The Longiag for a Perfect Cup of Coffee Hundreds of Thousands of Men is Fierce 'William FltzgeraM, for 30 years superintendent of insurance at Otta- wa, has retired. Roderick J. Parke, a well known consulting electrics! engineer, died at Toronto. The win of the late William WaJn- wright, comptroller of the G. T. filet! for probate in Montreal, shows that the estate is placed at I principal "W. J. ilcLean, of "Wetas- j high and public schools, has been made inspector of schools for ie Coronation and Castor districts. Inent Col A. G. Irvine, retiring! warden of the Kingston penitentiary, wag. presented, with a the officers ot the institution. and the conditions It has created to bring increased profits to themselves. I The Dominion government may ask John remain as Lien-j tenant Governor" of Ontario for an-1 other year. j Rev. John Abraham, retiring.pastor of .St. Andrew's Presbyterian 'was--presented with a. purse of He 'had been pastor 35 years. JL D. Cameron, secretary of the-T. M. C.vJU IB about to Cranbrook to-take V situation as superintendent of industrial school for boys in East .Kildonan; Winnipeg. -The 'Minister of Militia in a speech at Toronto very shortly Can- ada would hare on active service Even 'manufacturers men, mihout due warrant The war made them panicky and they closed down their works leaving hundreds and- thousands without employment It becoming clear that -this war is -opening a new field for the manufacturers, if they are. only active and sane enough to seize It. Only a few countries in the world are from of .war, ;and it ;is to these countries the opportunity is open to supply the world with its needs. The great industrial coun- tries of Enrope-r-not England, because England Is little "bo a mass of -wreckage, and Hie population of artisans TVaU be reduced HO largely that industrial Germany, Austria. France and Russia will re- quire years to recover. Canadian manufacturers should cheer up. and get busy. Markets are on hand lo acquire. Wow is the moment to act The man who takes advantage of the war to. enrich himself is a dis- loyal creature and the manufacturer who goes to sleep on tile job IK these dayai-of opportunity is a fool. ..The wide-awake manufacturer will keep the machinery moving and the men at work, and war will not be as'ter- rlbie in ita effects as it has made to foe in a country far from the scene of the real.conflict Tne total immigration to Canada during April, May anoT July, 1914, "was made up "of -British; American and from aJl other countries. During the corres- ponding total was composed'of Bnfish, American and from all other countries. Decrease 5S per cent. Hogs at Why worry? Cheer up' in Europe -Things are much worse A United States Fidelity and Guar- anty Co. tells Us Toronto employees and fight. Their; positions will be kept for them'and their salaries will go along as.usual. That is good proof to whom the real, substantial .American's sympathy is accorded. The. .New York Tribune approves 1 Very: strongly of the suggestion that, df the war ends In a victory for the Allfea, Germany should pay the pen- alty of Its dastardly treatment of Lou .rain art treasures to the .beautiful Belgian cityt It says: "The razing of Nuremberg or the slashing of the would he a poor" revfengo. But Uie shifting of beauty from a army is an army of vandals to a nation better t able-to honor "it would be a just pun lihmont and> just'recompense." Fee! Allln? Stomach spu clogged? Take Glaca of an At all u3 2 T Tato ABBEVS VITA TABLEtt Winnipeg, Sept. is summary 01 the progress of the n overnight Official, reports from both Pnrsand London indicate successful moveroeats jat least for the time being, by the I allied armies against the Gecmcas. j London reports that the British bavo j pushed through the opposing forces, I buck ten miles, and that the allies [arc gaining ground along tbe line of (the Curcq and Petit Mory rivers. 1 Wounded soldiers who have reached Paris tell of the severity of the fight- ing in the Champagne'' country.and report- heavy losses. hundreds of thousands of men engaged oa both, sides the battle now in full swing to the east of Paris promises to be the most important of the campaign up to the present. Ths Russian troops are still en- i gaged in fierce combats with Aus-j trian forces in the Rawa district, j Russian Poland. Fighting is almost continuous and tbe outcome in this region has not been "determined- France announces'that it is sending reserves to Morocco to replace regu- jlars now there for service with the army in France. ANY DYSPEPTIC CAN GET WELL Br Taking "Fnilt-a-thes" Says Swan Tjfe is very miserable to those who suffer with ludigestiou, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach ana Biliousness. This letter from Captain Swan (oucof the. best known skippers on the Great Lakes) tells how to get quick relief from Stomach Trouble; PORT BuKWBtc, May-Sth, "A mau has a poor chance of living enjoying life when he cannot eat. That was what 'was with me. LQ.SS of appetite niuj .iudjgestioii- was brought on by Constipation. I have bad trouble with theie diseases for rears. I last great deal of flesh snd. suffered constantly. For the last couple of years, have taken a-tives" and have been so pleased with the results that I have recommended on many occasions to friends and acquaintances. I ora sure that "Fruit- n-tives" have helped uie greatly. By following the diet rules and taking directions, any perion with Dyspepsia will get H sold by lit dealers at joe. a box 6 for or trial size 25c. or Bent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa. Very little important business was ftransacted at this morning's meeting of the council. Mayor Hardw uas to attend -tie coavpntioa oi tttfl Union of Albccta. municipaii- to he held on September 15th, at Camrose, as tbe city's official dele- gate: Lethbridge's chiei magistrate is srheduled to speak on banking icla- tions, and will with commission form of goveronwot. The convention this year will be .stripped of all sem- blance of gaiety, and will bo I'ouiiu- by on fia- movements. ".ufSciai of the report is refused at'the Press bureau Experts here are of .the opinion that the Germans, who heretofore have been the outflankera, are in'danger of being outflanked, and of being com- pelled to accept a frontal attack from the allies "who are now on tSe offen sive This titanic struggle, in which the" combatants .in.1 inil- lioni, is likely to ebb and. flow for a waek' before a rcealt. ia reached. Great strategical importance Is at- to' the Hosslaa captbre of the fortress of In. Auitria Gal- icia. It is situated at a .Junction of jthe rallrdad, and has strong oow- shaped fortifications and entrenchr Deputy Minister, will attend, Commissioner Grace was ulec'iecl as mayor in Mr Hardie s ab- secce. -Local Iisprevemeat ByJaw number 40, providing for the extension of cer- tain seweis, was read and adopted Christabel is Ready to Go Out On Battle Line London, Sept. Cfcristabct Pank- hurst, the militant loader, has ranged herself OB the of Prime Minister in the present- condi- Es-jVIayor James Purvis, of North Bay, died, aged 68. years and 4 months, diru "nr Braaspton Rev. C. 6. Patterson, B.A., grad- uate of 'be- jmenta on. both banks, of river tion of the country. She says that Dniester to protect the railroad bridg- i.the militant women we ready to take ea. The population of thip place Is their places in the line or help sire largely Polish It Jews the nation in any way deemed most and a garrison of approximately 000 men In different parts ot the Em- comes associate paslor with. Rev C pire .Stephen's church. 000 men. SEINE NEEDS MILKERS OF COWS Paris, Sept. the Seine is for men and iyo- men of'the allied nations. lite- stock and milk cows collected in the entrenched camp. Bgham Singh, Sikh priest, was kill- ed and eight -Sikhs were wounded, two will prdbably die, in a shooting ..affray., took place in ths holy precincts of Sikh Temple at Kitsilano, B. C. The shooting V--AS done by Bela Singh, a Hindu ia the employ of the Dominion immigration Department and is but, another chap- ter in the factional war that has been raging ever since the immigration officials denied .the right of entry to the 'Hindus who came from Shanghai: on hoard the Komagata Mam last May. I Brigadier General Robert Scott- Kerr, C.B., M.V.O., who was wounded in the fighting in .northern FYance, Is the 'officer of rank whose name has yet appeared in the British casualty list. Brigadier General Scott Kerr entered the army in 1879 and served through tho Zulu war in that through the Soudan campaign, the South African war. For his services in the latter campaign be TV as mentioned In dispatches, he re- ceived! tbe .Queen's medal, the King's medal and, the D.'S.O, He received a colonel's commission ia 1907 and his brigadier-generalship just recently He commands the first battalion VETERAN LEAVES WITH PRINCESS PA.T8 Put Children In Convent .Here and Then Left for sented iFernie, B.C., Sam Doclrwood, a veteran of the Boer war, left.Fernie with his two children to place .them in. a convent at Lethbridge, afterwards taking- a .trip, to Calgary, where he caught the war fever, and en- listed in the contingent .being recruit- ed for the Princess Patricia's Regi- ment. His wife was almost distract- ed 'when she learned of hie enlistment, but ihas almost decided to send him a permitting him to remain with the regiment, and fight the cause of the Empire. The Ail Purpose Tractor Plowing is only one of the jobs the OilPnll does wen easily. It will mate profit harvesting, hauling, roaimawng. discing and at threshing, and all such bertjobs. The OilPull is easy to start and tuy to operate, buriM cheapest kerosene and distillate at all loads, at any kind and just the right amount for the power need each Close regulation, the l.ttle attention required and Its freedom from sparks make the OUFull an excellent threshing tractor. The OilPull is freezing of radiator, 15-30, 25-45 and 30-60 horsepower. Get the OilPull catalog JC10. If9 good retdinf. The QasPnll It a Icadei In gasoline trtcnra on! there we no belief engines than the forkeroMnnndthe foi ganollne. Bvery Rqmely machine ia backed by Rnrnely it branches and detlert, DnppUes and pant on abort notice. RUMELY UniES _ iSiSr KtHET" 8SS.T RUMELY PRODUCTS COMPANY Chicago advisable. BOER WILLIAM WON'T RESIGN Apparently He Deslrei to Remain in Officer of a Good Fleet Yet Awhile London, Sept. resignation ot Emperor William from.his office as Admiral of. the British fleet does cot appear to hare reached the authori- ties in London. The September "Navy" Btlll fais name among the honorary also that of Prince Henry of Prussia. A TEXT FOR THE KAISER (Montreal Mill) hath put forth hit lueh be it peice with him; he hath broktn hit covtn- wordt of hit mouth than butttr, but war wat In.hit wordt wtrt thin oil, ytt they were drawn twordt. But thou, p God, thill bring him dawn into tho pit ef dtttructlen, i blood- thirtty and deceitful mm thill not llvo out hie dtye." Ftilm Iv., 20-23. BOER1 liALTOGI. And Will Aid Mother Country in Fight to Take German Southeast Africa MAY JOIN CANADIAN FORCES Belgian Consul at Calgary Notified To That Effect Calsary. JUta-, Sept." cable, iated Antwerp, Ssptamber 5, was re- colved by Mr. Raoul'Plnuez, Belgian Consul, from the Belgian-Minister of Foreign Alfaira statins that all Bel- gians resldini in Canada wore autaor- Lsiidon. Sent. .Germa.ua in southeast ara 000 Qorman troops, havo been storing; and ammunition for some time, preparing for military action. lliils beoo made knawu to tke BrltlBli. It is said.'tbe Qermaus bellevo tho Boers would Although the.' Germans proceeded groat secrecy; the. British offi- cials have, ne'ea'fully .'Informed con- cerning their 'action- the number tlwjr possession their mititaryjdlspositions. territory on two sides of German .southwnst "Africa, and forces at liand, GreatXBritain'Js said1 to be well prepared for the situation. It is gen- erally believed hero that she will soon k to control of ali German ter- ritory In Africa.- German-East Africa la bounded on the north, and southwest by British territory, and it is thought'here it be easy for the British to dominate the eaat coast, with, the-co-operation land and sea forces, It is said here that the Boer farm- ers living to Southwest Africa axe loyal to Great Britain; Every day, legions of people get fid of their corns with Blue-jay. This .eaSy method now removes a million corns month. You who suffer with corns do an injustice. Blue- jay will instantly 'stop tha pain. And in 48 hours, without any soreness, the corn, comas out completely. About lialftha people knowithis now. When a corn appears they put Bluo-jsy On, it. 'than they Iprget it. In a couplo of dayi they lilt out the corn and bid it goodrbya forever. You can't do that by poring corns. And you can't with old-time treat- ments. You may get relief for a littlo wliilo, but thq corn's simply atay and gfow. Try this modern, scientific the way now employed by physicians and hospitals. Get rid of the corn. It is just as easy, just as painless as. ineffective ways. -jay For Corns 15 and 25 Bauer Black, Cbiujo ud HBW York Uilon ol FayilcUu- Suiwlu (zed to volunteer in the Canadian forces going to by so volunteering they would-be consld-! ered as fulfilling their duty; towards their country. All Belgians Joining the'Canadian regiments are requested to notify the Bdffiaa Consul at Calgary, Travis Building, Seventh avessue East. OF CANADA Valcartier Military Camp A. fully equipped branch has been-opaned- at the accommodation-ot the Overseas Forces. Tranirfer