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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THF tETRBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15; Xetbbnbije tfoevalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily, delivered, per year..... Daily, by mail, per year...... 3.00 by mail, 2-00 1262, j 1224 TELEPHONES fineness Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Vorrancs Managing Director Business Manager I. DOUBLING BACK Doubling back fully describes the i Eituallon BO far as the Germans are concerned. The steady retreat lias i become a quick one to the frontier. Meanwhile thtf Allies keeping in close contact with the retiring enemy, and'arc making good every advau- ta.ee1 so far gained. an exhausted foe that is giving leaving all positions hitherto oc and it is doubtful if a. rall> 'can 'be made at ajl events on French, 'unless the enemy is, perforce, brought to Stay. ItMs a sorry tale, as it relates '.o the German, foe, for according to au- thoritatlve reports prisoners, wound- ed, feuns and ammunition, are being abaridoaed. and movement is handi- by theheavy 'siege guns brought forward with" what must now appear a lamentable amount of fore- sight for the-taking of Paris. The de- bacle of the.German Empire looks if it has already started, and the fight Ing .soon .promises to. take place 01 tte soil of tins Fatherland. There is still muca -work aheai and what is known as the fortune o war should not 'be loat sight' of though the tide of victory continue; to flow with the Allies. The possible with the' foe, however, looks like 'tin Improbable Germany eivtcfcil'''upon this Germany had-U figured out 'Out was, an, opportune, moment, to strik' (h-clares Mr, Wile. Germany wa ready, but on the other hand Brltai was deep1 in the Ulster trouble, Humbert had just declared in says'it had nothing to do with them All H did its White Book) wa to give its ally the benefit ot it: 'counsel' from'Uic outset, to assure i 'from a full Its 'unq.uaUfiet in any action Austria deem ed "It necessary 'to take, and to allow Austria 'a free- hand. "Servia yielded, on Russia's urgen It de 'ALLIES ENDORSED It is- well to get an impartial mail's viewpoint .on. Ihis war. Few, if any Canadians, doubt the justice of Bn tain s action, but it is saliefvxiig tc the mind and the soul to know- thai our view- is upheld by men of other nations, not participants in the Strug gle now being waged in Europe In tlie "United States the representative newspapers endorse, the- Allies aac condemn In face of the fact thatjhere is a_large_Gerraaa popula tion scattered tliroughout the Remib He, ivhose wealth and power cannot be underestimated. Tet tha U S press blames Germany for the war not hesitate to-cssdeias.the 'Kaiser and Ms'methods: flap ot the stmngeet declarations on behalf of the Allies comes from the pen. of an. American, .Frederick William: Wile, wiurhas represented the Chicago Tribune in Berlin for some years He IB now m Chicago and has .contributed an the every line of which IB proof that the German Kaiser brought the war on himself reason. Jlr Wile m his article thiU eince from Germany he _found _.three questions uppermost the public mmd 1. Who" is :mainly responsible tor the war? 2 Who is going to win it' 3 ilow long it will last He replies briefiy but to 1. That military party, aided and-Abetted by the without whose support, it would have remained impotent, prehis article "They, were dragged into he "Thty are waging it gallantly, for their national existence is at stake.; But they did not want it. Re- member that Their war part? ed it, and got it The S5 Ger- mans who craved ftr peace, for con- tinuance of the bounding prosperity in-whlch the fatherlaid found itself two short months afo, were a voice crying in the We have 'given you the situation from'beglnnlng-to end as an sees It Does net hlg arguments strengthen your adherence t.e -the "the British cause, and. the confidence that will fee with Uie Allies, because tlie bulldog ten ftclty of the British IB in league with the marching thoiiianda'' Hiram1 AValker Sons have donated Patriotic fund which the'Edmonton Capital remarks is an evidence of their Tmperial spirit Kaiser lias had a return of hta aid throat trouble, which the ?on.veT figures is an Indfea'iri :hat hfju-iolni to get It In the luck .The death is" announced at Mel bourne. -Australia, ,of: Sir Normand Chancellor of Sydney Uni and for man> veare president Of -the Board .of Health. He was born.vat Kilcongbar, Scotland, In 1S55. When Mr." Norman. Sommerville, a Toronto- barrister, who he's just re- turned home from Carlsbad; Austria w ent from iondon to Glasgow on 2S on his retttrn_tnp he jcqsalans were encamped be tween Dundee and: Aberdeen. Xewtcn Booth Knox, mining engin- eer of San vho has just reached London from that Emperor Kicholas, may be seen motoring through'the streets of Petro- grad unattached and that he has no more fear of people than has President Wilson of the citizens of the United States. After .witnessing the death of two of her children ae the result of >pri ration and expctiiire endured diiring he? Hight through the "war zone In Europe, Mrs Anna Gibbs of Berkelej, Cal., returned to; America with" her 3- year-old child Afartha on the Cam pania. Mrs. Gibbs had zone to Rtis ila with three Children earlyMn the iummsr. A fire fct Midale, Saak.f did. damage as follows: The Midale Hard- ware Co., insurance; J. M. Picuinpftugh, ,IOH Inaur-' ance J. V, Flury, IOM for M. loaa for flOOO, H Koch oss insured for 14200, Dr Main price, Wed- In ft" Co., loss ihmiret! for At the offices of-six life iniurnnce companies the announcement was made that Volunteers to the Canadian expeditionary forces need not.-irorry OFILL-FA1 WiDEADANDIB Geo. S, Malloch of Geological Survey Among Those Re- ported as Dead Oitnwa. Out., Sept. to a telegram received this raoruing by G. J. Desbarnts, deputy minister the Naval Bart lett of the iU-fatftd ICarliik, the chief vessel of the Stefanfisoii eight men are missing and.three..are dead of thft ship's company of 24. The dead are: Cebrge S. Mtllocb, geologi- survey. OttRM-a, a son of Dr. Mai- loch of Hamilton; Mamen of iana, Norway, and George Breddy ;qf Esquimau, B.C. The- two former died of nephritis, and was accident- ally shot. Captain Bartlett. who left Nome on the U.S. revenue cutjer Bear for Wrangle Island to search for the niias ius men. reports that Muorpe, AVil- iiamson, Me-j Kinley, Maurer, and au K ifeimo family, were transferred te .he Bear from a schooner 76 miles touth of Rogers Island, They transferred to toe Bear on September and had been marooned ou Wrang Sacotis, the Alaska OKd. the ortii Star. The three men with SUfanaibo are Gen ness anthropologist, an an London, SepL Sir George Patrey. commander-In-chief- of the Royal Australian fleet, cabled the Secretary of the Admiralty stating thatafter 18 hours of fighting In over six miles of bush, the Australian naval reserve force- captured Herbertshohe, with its wireless station, on Beptem berr 12. The tower and station were damaged by the enemy ami will be useless for some time. The casualty list is as follows: Commander Charles B. Royal Navy; Csptaltf B. A. Pockley, Royal Army, Medical Cofps, four! seamen, Australian uaval "re- cerVe Rowland G. Boif- AuatraJian Navy; three sea- men, Australian naval reserve. The German casualties are not de inltifly known, but include between 20 and 30. Three German officers wexe ;a.feen prisoners, including the com- non-commissioned officers and 56 na- ive police manttant, together with German News Daily until Dec. 31 For 75 cents We have inacle a special rate to all new sub- scribers living out of the city, and will send ..THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD To Any Address from now, 7C- until Dec. 31st, 1914, for Kegular Yearly Hate, 00 All subscriptions will start the same day as received. The Dally I encipie for which please urnd The D.tfy" HermW until December next Addrws SEND MONEY BY TERED MAIL OK POST OF- FICE ORDES. TheLethbridge Herald LETHSR1DGE ALBERTA A VISION OF WAR (By nobt. Q..Ingeraoll) past rides before me, as H Th- were, like.a dream Again we are in The Following from Catholic pub- icaLtionB indicates how the people of :hgf., faith who are natives of hostile countries view the war week's issue of Canada I-BP German Catbohc appears the following an- nouncement: '.'Europe is in a state of, war. Britain, Germany, Austria- France, Russia and Servia ate .in a grapple. Ouirjold with -liome ties binding them ;o the Fatherland and a sworn alle- .he great struggle-for national life We hear, the sounds of preparations rausic.of boisterous silver voices of heroic -bugles. We see thousands 6? assemblages. ,nd hear the appeals of orators; we see the. or women and the flushed faces of men; and in.those assemblages we see. all the dead whose ,dust- we have covered with flowers. We. lose ,sight of them no more. Wo are with them'when they enlist in the great army of freedom. We see them part .with those they love. Some are walking for the last time in quiet, woody places-with the maldena they adore. We'hear the whisperings and Hie sweet vows of eternal love as they lihgeringly part forever. Others are bending, over cradles, ibabes, tbat are-asleep. kissing receiving the blessings of ictoria, B C, and T N WIIWw, phot ;rapher, Londoii. Tne probabiUU is therefore, that 11 eh of the 24 are altUouih. aowtedge is only certain-regarding ree of them. to Canada .holding them to .he..-country of thfeir adoption, are greatlv interested in the conflict At ,hjs juncture when conflicting emo- tions pull at our heart-strings, we ace strained to make a choice. And we do .so willingly. Should necessity hn- >el a call to arms we stand prepar- ed to sjteti the last drop of. our blood in defence of the Brit-ish Empire'." Oauta tie only Polish weiikly newspaper in Can meteorologist, ofjada, savs unwilling slaves PROMINENT 'HATTER DEAD Medicine Hat Alta, Sept G. Holt, for -eight'ytare a ,ctisinr dentist here and a sromin t curler, died this i Lieut Milaa MilJpr, a native qf-Nan- Ont.. .is a metaber of Sir "John ench's staff in France. about l i of premiums on their poll- 4.< :lffl. The premiums will be cbarirod IK loans acafnai the, policies, It was itated. The that ;.made announcement 'are: Canada Life Royal Guardian, (ton Life Miil- tsl Life, and MantijseturfrsMJfe The Brightest Women Find sonwtunes that they ttf dull in mind, depressed in spirits, and tbmt heulsclM, badneht, ud mffenngi list lift not worth livmf. conditions need be onljr tsmpotmry. They are usu.lly caused by tadlfeittMi cr uid dOHS PILLS quickly, sifely uf-ewtttaly nght the wrong toDM itomich, laUs thcHrer, rtfulstH BMchtra'i Pills cleran tin iftttm acctunnlnting poisons md foitj the bkwd. Their metfcpn shows in brighter looks, elonr eomplexloot, better feelings. Try Uwa, and you sOso will trti that Are Worth A Ckdnea a Box in't-he old coiwtry and free men un- der the British flag, we, tbe Poles in .Canada, as British subjects, batten to assure the Bntffih Empire of our {oya-itr on the occasion of a bloody wax in Europe, an) especially moment .of t-be declaration of irar between Great Britain and Oer- Canadian Buttwn- iiu, -organ oi His Lordship .Nicrtas and of his Catbolio of the Gretfk Rite in its issue .of- August 1st, says our adopted country and nili gladly, if .necessity requires it, shed our blood in her defence." THEIR CENSORS EVEN MORE CLOSE MOUTHED THAN THOSE IN LONDON Oeneva, Sept. every German precaution, the news of the German defeat lias nused through SlMtzerlsnil causing pro- found despair In German} The peo- ple seemed pirslj'lta at .the tidings, cpmiug after so many announcements of rtctory. No official bulletins have bein puhllshed -within the last 48 hours.. Mobs have gathered in differ- ent towns "Tell the truth; the nevs Thlneirapaperoffices In Mlinkjli elated, as riots ftared, vhlle Her lih, where the news of the disaster throiith, la bciuMbed. Jons; the Swiss-German frontier the 'ull Extent of the catastrophe IR knpwit and It Is said "ff tht French have beat- en us, vhat will Hid Rnsslans do? We are "MUSING" WILL TUHN UP London, Sept. Daily Mall BOftMlxMitent at Rouea statM Ms IM that of the missing refjflrtsd Sy'ftBneml rreach wljp return to men. .Some'' are partlny 'with mothers Who hold.them and press them. hearts again and again, and say some aro talk- Ing with-, wives an3: endeavoring with brave 'words, spoken -in tlie old tones to drive the awful fear We see them We see Uie wife standing in the doer with the balbe in her m the sunlight the turn -of the road a hand w.avesr-she answers by holding high lovbig amu the child. He is an< forever. 'them all ;as proudly away under the flaunting flags, time to Iht. mad, wlli music of the streets 62 the greV. the towns and across the .prairies down to 'the fields of glory, to do and to die 'for tho eternal right; We go with them, and .all. aro by their side on all the gory "fields. in all the hospitals of on all the weaiy marches. guard. with them in the wild storm and un- der the quiet atars. We are with them Jn ravines run- ning with blood in the furrows of old fields. are1 with them between contending bosti, unable to movo, wild with thirst, the-HEe ebbing slowly away among the; withered .leaves. Wo' seo them pierced by balls and; torn with shells, in the trendies, and in the whirlwind charge, where men 'become iron, .ivUh 'nen'ea of steel. are bound with them In the prisons of hatred famine; but human' speech can ,aeyer 'tell what they endured. We are at home when the .news comes that they aro dead. see th'a maiden in the shadow of the first iorrow. We see the silvered hoad of .he old manfbowefi with the :last grief. These heroea are 'dead. --They .died for died They are- at rest. sleep, in the ;land :hay made free, under the flag they rendered stainless, under the solemn iiisi, the sad looks, the tearful willom, aud Uie embracing vines Thay sleep, the 'shadowi; of lie oloude, careless of -auriahina or of storm, eacVin wtadowleea oa of rast Barth may run red with other are at peace. la the mldat of battle, Im the rear iiereuity of I oaitlment for sold- ers livtac "wiirSiad. Gbeen for the ears dead. ACClOENT AT HILTON'S CAMP CarditOQ, Aita, 8ept auto of the Cardston Invevimeat Co was brought into use last Thursday the purpose of bringing into town, a forelfnert vhttte name aa yet on known ftere, from tie Htfton exoavat vervica aorow the beuadary who bad become oaufkt IB drac line and severely injured The auto sped out at met aonte little distance out from the United Statee by a car owned by J. GalbntUh, cwUliiing the lucklew Ddlvdual. With all apeed fee was hur- ried to aiid placed In the koapitci here. An examination :by Dr. Lyra re- vealed that both were badly manaled and the fleih literally torn torn the .bftnei. Under aWlfuT care, erer, ft is hopad'that both limbs will be. saved. TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; OOiB .SBflVIO. One-elaw to (us) third-dan, oleaed Mbhw, IM.25. subject to.change without nolle.. FHOM MONTMAL. Mlil. Dot. 24th. SS. trt, Oct. SS. 10th, Nev. Tth; All JntonnatlMi fur- nislud by H. C. LIBMAN, O Main SI., THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. Wlb, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Inrarance PoHctae TBltubles in one of boxei mfOMunad AITLT Lethbridge Branch R, 1Y Mgr. ;