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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGK FOUR THE fjETHBRIDG''E: HERALD SEPTEMBER 9, mi letbbrioje DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: fally, delivered. per jrtr M.oo Dally, by mall, per by mall, par year..., TELEPHONES: Bwlneli Editorial W. A. Buchanan Knaelnj inrector John Ton-jnci BusinrM .slannger session ot oithor ot these two rich peninsulas, 'hey, after tJie manner ot' Uio Teutons, would livo oit tho country, and It any opposition wore oltored by the. inhabitants we would be treated to an experience of Gor- niau 'frightfulncss.' We would tlion know what Belgium lias gone through. "Assuming, as 1 said, that tho statements of Mr. Georgo G. Mooro are approximately correct. 1 main- tain that the position of Canndn is perilous, and no good purpose can served by hiding or Ignoring the sit- uation. To ibo ready for such an emergency as may be forcM upon us. wo ought to enroll all the men in the country who arc capable of fighting and begin their trainin without delay, for untrained men would be useless against tho Teuton reservists in the United States, who ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The removal of Grand DuKe Nicli-! are an thoroughly versed in the art olas, by tie Czar, from the supreme of war !n tne meantime, should not command of the Kussian forces, and: al] our mintia regiments be summon- bis relegation to an unimportant com-. cj to the colors and fully equipped mand. as announced yesterday, can; anj supplied with munitions? The be classed as one of the sensations to do this is before, not after, of the Avar. The Grand Duke was I invasion takes place. Moreover, such generally acclaimed as a great mill-! a mobilization would be the very tary strategist, and It was Dcst preventive." ledger! on all hinds that he had gome wjji Bishop Williams is handled a difficult situation on the too mucn alarmed. We think his Kusslan frontier in the best manner conclusions ore sound and that CBJI- thEt was humanly possible. The ada should be fully prepared to pro- other allied nations will have trouble in understanding just what is behind tlie Czar's latest move. A British battleship squadron bom- barded German positions on the Bel- gian coast on Wednesday, with tell- ing effect. On the Serbian frontier, the Serbs have again come into- prominence in the war dispatches .by bombarding Austrian positions on the opposite of the river which separates the two countries, and preventing the Austrians from carrying oul their fortifying operations. In another air raid on the east toast of England Wednesday night 10' persons were killed and 45 In- jured. The statement that the Hesperian carried a gun on her forward deck when she was torpedoed by a Ger- man submarine on Saturday is 'borne out by further news from authori- tative sources. tect itself against an invasion, these critical days we cannot HOME GUARDS IN EVERY COMMUNITY Is there need of a Home Guard in Canadian communities? There are few, very few, who do not so, though there may be many who faH to Interest themielres in the Home Guard by becoming -active members. A letter written to the Toronto Glotie Bishop Williams of the Anglican diocese of Huron emphasizes tne need of home protection very strong- ly. The Bishop refers to a speech delivered by Geo. G. Moore In De- troit, which -was intended as a warn- ing to the people of .the United States, but contains an even more serious' warning to the .people of Canada. Mr. "Moore declared That there are Genpan and Austrian reservists now in the trnit- cd States who are- not naturalized} (2) that these are suSjeet to the Kaiser, and report regularly to tne .German consuls throughout the TJnit- ed States; (S) 'that the German gov- ernment has purchased !n the United .States vast quantities of munitions, In loll what may happen in hours, a day or a month, and it is well to be awake to possibilities. There- should be a well trained, thor- oUEhlT equipped Home Guard in every community, large Bishop Williams emphasizes the criti- lrr cal situation which- would face bor- der communities in Ontario and what he has said in that regard ap- plies to all parts ot Canada in proxlm- ity to the.American border. RUSSIAN ARMIES IN THE FIELD Anotner War Invention bridge will have a big exhibit at the November 23, 24 and 25, and it is DOS- are being offered In grains and other CLEANS AND DISINFEi THIS LYE .IS. ABSOLUTELY PURE. THEREFORE TOTALLY DIFFERENT, FROM T.HE IMPURE AND HIGHLY ADULT- ERATED LYES NOW SOLD. SPECIAL BATTALION' OF PIONEERS TO BE RECRUITED One From Ontario-Cities and Another From Western- Canada I. BICKED UP IN SSING FOB THI IUSY HAN The estate of the late Mrs. Amy Cos, wife o! tot late Senator Col, of Toronto, is valued at The awards will be placed by a com- Blttee of competent Judges, consist- line of Vf. H. Falrfleld, superintendent of the Lethbrldee Experimental farm: Dean E. A. Howes, (acuity of agricul- ture, Alberts. University, Edmonton; G. H. Hutton, superintendent Experi- mental farm, Lacombe, and Deputy Minister of Agriculture W B Scott, British Columbia. The Prilt Lilt The following is list which has Just been issued: Class display by a gov- A lire in the wholesale district of Winnipeg on 000 damage. Australian cadets who havt eminent, corporation or district. sheaf; to be judged for hay; quality of stalks, Tuesday caused and color to 'be visiting United States cities, are now in Vancouver. Three thousand Italians are sailing weekly from New York to join., the colors in their native land. as well as size of plant, the latter be- bcen ing an indication of probable yield. Class alx inch bundle of al- falfa, tallest. Class peek of alfalfa seed. six inch Top picture shows officers and men of the 2nd Russian Regiment which distinguished itself. Lower picture shows Rus- sian cavalry and reconnoitering parly photographed behind the lines in Poland. Wife, sister or daughter. home manu- factured by fanner's wife, sister or prints of one pound each. TEACHING PATRIOTISM (From the Public Service Monthly of Somewhere in North-eastern Sas- katchewan stands a little' S( louse hidden'frorrfWiew by the woods which surround it and threat- en to encroach bnr the small space cleared for the school grounds. Tho settlement is .an .Austrian one, and crcasE 1TS Creates Surprise in Big Gas Suit Calgary, Sept. S. City Solicitor Ford tossed the first bomb into the opposing trenches, after -the legal hat- tie between the city of Calgary and r the Gas company had opened yester- ?ju i'day, when pointed out that the C Oltawii, Out, Sent. special' battalion or pioneers Is to be recruited in Ottawa and-other1 Ontario cities. Another is to be recruited In the west, nuil they will-go to the front lo be attached to the two Canadian' divisions there; the western battalion to known as the 1st Pioneer Bnl- w- j tallon. and to be attached to the First Continually the new conditions I oattfaion mti wlln in the present gigantic war i lo (he known M thg 2nd.pioneor nBt; jive rise to new inventions of great, attached, to thc Second .mportancc. Many of thes? inventions j are designed for destruction, and many for defensive the e5 prices, was one that had at 8.30 every morning about 25 little foreign-born j beys; and girls make their ways "al verge at the sci mrt gir trails At the door thw" 00r5 Sir Sam Hughes has expressed in g the chief consideration. bundle-q.nalUyand value forhaj-be-jare met by thflr Wher, a young mo- tho fihlaf nnnvMar'atlnn 1 J Western Rye Class 6 Best sii inch bundle. St Tkomas Ont is also to raise! Best six inch bun- J50.000 for the Canadian Patriot-is j value for forage. pleased with the results of recruiting in Canada. "modi more than the United States i day fund by.direct taiatioi Juliet Lath, Us- years, and Qeorg- ette Potvin, 10 of age, were run.down, and killed iy an auto truck in Ottawa. The general synod the Anglican church in Ca-iada. opens In Trinity College, Toronto, on 15th. R. B. Beanett, K. C., ot declined a civic reception on his re-j turn' from' his trip to England with Premier Borden. Austrian residents helped gener-1 ously in the tatriotic campaign in Halton County, .Onl., pledging each to the fund. Henry Parent, 32 years old, was, it is believed, fatally injured yester- Brome six inch bundle; value for forage. Red six inch bundle: Winter six inch bundle. Ontario man who..has spent several remarks indicate that 1 e has nn in- timate knowledge oi the character and home life (if each. All the children then, .wash their hands and faces and comb their the teacher assisting the little tots, and it is evident "that the sweet- ing the franchise in the first place. It was this second agreement that was validated hy the legislature, and it differs in certain important par- Hard Winter smelling soap and clean towele are lii inch sheaf. much appreciated. At the ringing of Class hushel threshed his automobile government has purchased for its own use since1 the outbreak (4) that these munitions have not been shipped away, but are noir stored somewhere in the United States, and. (5) that In any of the bis cities of the United States Buffalo, Detroit, St. Paul, or Minne- apolis, etc.) "within forty-eight hours on an order ifrpm the a di- vision "of reservists could be and be ready for war. Assuming that he is approximate- ly correct, Is nut the sltomtion for Canada even more serious than for the United States? asks Bishop Wil- liams. Suppose an order from the Kaiser came for thece reservists to Invade Canada, what IB there to pre- vent a division or two from invading Canada either In the rfiagara Penin- sula or in the peninsula of Sssex or Kent he further asks. Then the Bishop" says: "The of the iurned turtle near Ford City, skull was fractured. 'Lieut, JUee, Bait Yorkihirei, His sion of engineering in Canada (or several years. Alfred.Shaw, the burglar who op- erated in Lethbridge and Calgary, grain. Hard Spring Best six inch sheaf. Class bushel threshed six inch Class iushel threshed sir inch Class busael threshed grain. Best ilx ears com. (c) Beit 12 stalks fodder OTTO. peck of Uax potatoes pecfe of United. States government may eliminated as no account, since him hare, been found. George Barnum, 62, a farmer re- siding-in-thc second concession of Tfiurlqw township, Ont., committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. The Monetary Times' estimate of Turnips (field Best six specimens. peck of onions. three Garden farmer's own garden. To consist of amounted to compared with July loss of and 379 for the corresponding period of: last year. rlai less than six different sorts of vegetables. A reasonable quantity of quired. red or canned buttons to the fund of the society have beer.- received amounting to be I for the Mme being, arWr. Moore points but, the wtmld ibe more jwwerful than my force which the United government could fcring to bear upon them. They, would be .masters of the situation until they had obtained a firm footing in -United, States being thus incapable of preventing such an attack- upon Canada, what means bave in Cm id a of repelling such nn told that about men in training in tln.lt countrr. But these are stnir.fi wit In a thin line the way from Halifax to Vancouver, and not over- abundantly equipped If rumor is to credited. At either Niagara or Detroit a division us say of nMrrlsu, fully with the tn unit long now stored lit the UiriW pouid orerwbelin any tatf force that couM immediate- "Once Wm. H. Dinsmore, aged 60, former Grand Master of thc Orange Lodge in Vancouver, and Provincial Grand Master ot the Royal Black Chapter was crushed to death by a descend- j ing. weight when painting in an ele valor shaft. Three lives were lost in a collision which took place in Halifax harbor, between a local tug and a boat be- longing to a warship in porfc. The naval hoat was sunk, but a number of on board were rescued hi tfce crew of the tug. The bodies have not been found. At a meeting of the board of police commissioners Tuesday information was presented to the effect that films recently shown and tending to arouse prejudice against. France and Russia, in the minds of Canadians had been engineered by German agents or sympathisers. Miss Carbonnery, aged 70, who lott her !iie through the torpe- doial of the Heiperian, was weal- thy owner oft a ladies' emporium in St. John's. Newfoundland. She was returning from her semiannual trip .to London, -Vhere sire to study lall 'telilnns. She reputation two loaves home-made bread, baked by farmer's bell the children march to their positions beside their, seats and sing all together; "J ather Tve thank after which' til" heads are bowed .ind Lord's; Prayer" is reverently recited m English After this the "Ragman1 o{ the lad of his place at the door with a large Union Jack and the children file past- him and form a cir- cle round the old poplar tree which serves as a flagstaff.; Two "boys pull thc flag up while all heartily sing thc first verse of "Cfod Save' the King It is now time to begin'the work ot the day and thc children march into school with happy hearts to wrestle with the difficulties .of the three, R-'s, "God Save the Ring" "Yes and long live such noble-hearted teachers as this young man m the little rural school.------------------------- CABINET COUNCIL MEETS Ottawa, Ont, Sept 7 first Cabinet Council since the return of the Premier was held thji afternoon. All of the miniitere, eiceot Hon Mar- tin Burrell, who at the-Torahto hibition, are in town The next few weeks, promises to be a period 6f ex-" ceptfonai activity in. eies. As intimated a aum- ber of important questions are to oe protection. Occa- sionally, there is one that has to do with relief work. Such' is thc'present invention. Thc work of the Hod Cross and hos- pital attendants has become so haz- ardous, and their immunity from at- tack while engaged in rescue work, has become so uncertain, that some more material physical protection has been considered necessary. To meet these conditions a bullet prooi stretcher" cover has been in- vented in England. It appears to meet the conditions perfectly, it con- sists of a long metal shield- closed and arched at the top, and high enough to enable the attendants to stand erect within; At the front, end the shield is rounded and eloped backward to deflect bullets and two) sight openings or eye holes are pro-j vided through .which the attendants may locate the wounded. The sides are completely enclosed and the stretcher itsell-forms .the bottom. A vertical cross section would show the shield as U-shaped. It is mounted on four wheels. By this means, the stretcher bearers may locate a wounded soldier without danger to him stretch- er and wheel him to a place ol safs- ty. This seems in many ways a val- invention. Division. Both battalions will go to front as complete units. AUTUMN Copenhagen. FLOODS BEGIN Sept. dispatch to the PolitiheiL from Berfln says: "The autumn floods already have started all along- the' .eastern front. The rivers everywhere are overflow-' ing, and the German advance has been checked." HERALD SPECIALISTS IN JOB matic extension of the franchise with the additional territorv was thereby ratified by the city, the revelation came in the nature of an unpleasant surprise, arid there was an excited f consultation ot: the legal talent ap- tricts which had been added to the i pearing for the. defence, and much ex- city since the approval of the origin-i animation'of documents hooks of al franchise to prove that the auto-reference as :a -result. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O..LL.D.. tUDEANDUC UUKD. JOHN A1HD. V. C. BROWN. Swxriiuafamt CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and opwards. Careful attention is given to every iccount. Small account! are welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more peraom, with- to b< made by any one of them or by the survivor. VII Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. CITY COUNCIL AND MAYOR- IN CLASH 'London, Ont, Sept city council, !aat ;night, decided to give Stevenson until 10 o'clock Fri- day morning to sign a cheque for for unpaid. salary, to H. J. considered, including the period of Glaubitz, former general manager of parliament, and the raising of addi-lthe London Public timies Coinmis- tional troops. In .iddillun a number j sion. Mr. Olaubite was forced to re- of appointments are to be made and sign some months ago of an numerous domestic matters determin-' agitation foiv his (ilsmissal on the ed. .ground of German birth. MO'BILE BATTERY OF HEAVY IN USE BY THE FKENCH Til so Into ['he phologfaiijTgiiiWa'i FieBCJ) battery of 164-mm. loin ito action. wade railway truckt MISSANABIE (Nlw) ..Oct. 9 METAGAMA (New) ..Oct. 11 MISSANA8IE (New) 13 METAGAMA (New) ..Nov. 20 For full apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent or W. C. CASEY, General Ay.nt 210 Portage Winnipeg to T.8.S. Athtnla Oct. 4 T.8.S. iCauandra Oct. 11 LETTER- MEADS STATE- MENTS LETTER CIRCULARS DODGERS .POSTERS WINDOW CARDS BUSINESS CARDS CALLING CARDS MILK TICKETS BREAD TICKETS BLOTTERS MENUS PROGRAMS LIEN -NOTES MEMORIAL VOUCHERS INVITATION CARDS WEDDING INVITA- TIONS STOCK CERTIFI- CATES cowrriTU- ETC., ETC. Rubber Lethbridge Herald Job Department r. r. ROiiNi, PHONE 1M9 ;