Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914 DID YOU GET IT? THE HIGHEST IN QUALITY BUT NOT IN PRICE Einff us up and invesHsjatc'this business slogan of ours. We have a full line of Meats, Poulti-y and Eish. If it's on the market we have it! THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 MAGISTRATE AT Lieut-Col. Itohcrt C.M.O.. formerly Inspector of the Police hero, has been appointed police niagis- I trate at Edmonton. Public Market Booms The war has only served to stimu- late trade at the local public market, and tho prices prevailing make the j high, cost of living look sick. There j was a nig supply of every kind of farm produce on hand this morning. Cln- Ider walks are being built into the niar- ;ket building, and arrangements aro be- Ing iimdo for boating, so that business may continue through the winter. Gets Diploma Mr. J. H. Bulpltt, 1S17 Piflh avenue A North, is In receipt of his diploma from the International Correspond- I ence schools for the building and cou- j tracting course. No Change In Price oi Blue Ribbon Tea THE BLUB EIBBOUT TEA CO. have plea- sure in announcing that they do not pro- pose to take advantage of the advance in price of tea. This company is in a position to supply all the- Tea required in Western Can- ada, and will sell at old prices indefinitely. P.S. In spite of the heavy duty which has just been im- posed upon Coffee, we will continue to sell Blue Ribbon Coffee at old prices, Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg Calgary ITALY YET H ALLIES IN IDE KINO SIQNS HOME RULE -Now-on of Parlianwmti Prorogues London, Sept George's signature. wtfi today attached to the Home Rula bill, which thus gains the statute nook. Parliament.-was prorogued today until October 27. CITY AIST) DISTRICT Appointments "james McNwly and L. H. Grady of Urarner have been appointed justices of peace. 'Hugh! Boyd of Lethbridge has been .'made a commissioner for taking affi- aavits. John Vaselenak of Stafford- villa has received a similar appolnt- O. W. irorton of Warner and Jacob 'Jocnem of Mlli Kiver have been ap- pointed stoclr._ Inspectors. J. D; Pollw of. Chin has resigned his commission as'a fire guardian. Telsgraph Hsad Vlsiied-City General-Snperhitandent McMillan, of 'the O.P.H. telegraphs, was in the city yesterday, between trains visiting the 'Iceal office company. Mr. Mc- MilteaJs very optimistic for .the fut- liire, and feelg that thougfc. business at present is naturally depressed, the "country Trill weathar- the storm In fine a year from now should be in. better shape for the forward march, tfcaa'even. The superintendent left on the ftvealng train, for Calgary. BOW ISLAND Bow Island, Ladies' .'Aid of the Methodist rtiurch gave recoijtion in tile Presbyterian church on Friday night in honor of ;Ohaife8 Bishop and Mrs. Bishop. .A splendid program was rendered'during :tfte, erening, and delicious refresh- iroeiits were serred. Rev. Cook was .chairman iol the evening. Mrs. E. 0. Ludtke and small daugh- ter and Mrs. Murray have returned a two visit with Dr. Mrs. Ross, of Coleman. Hiss .Clare Leary of Lethbiidge, is .Tislting at her borne bore. Isabel WMtney has returned to St. Hilda's College, Calgary, hav- spent 'the' summer vacation at her home here. Mrs. Gildreich, who has trcen in -the Medicine Hat hospital Buffering ;with a broken arm, was abla .to re- iturn home on Saturday. Mrs. B. T. Whitney has resu bet position as organitt in AU Saintc Miis Edna has heea staying with her sister, Luci- bardt, left on Monday for bet home ut Arcola, Saskatuhewan, .Dr: Nelson, who. has keen absent the past few Mtutned to town on Monday. J. W Prillmaa has returned from trip to Dakota. Mrs. S. Y. "Hurst, of Lrtfcbridge, ..the 'Tfck-end with ker parents, lid 'Mn.'Kurd. Shipping Alberta's Gift Hon. A. J. HcLean has returned I from Ftort AVi'iliaru, where he superin-' tended the loading of the first bushels of Alberta's war sift of i bushels of oats, which are now sacked In Montreal awaiting transportation. The balance will be sent forward from Alberta as soon as are threshed. BY GUGUEL5JO FERRERO (The Noted Historian and Authority, on Militarism, iu the Chicago Italy, though an ally oi Austria and Germany, has declared itseli neu- tral in the great conflict that has brought all Europe to blows: The lifilian government has been induced tb assume this attitude for seveiiil reascos. The first reason is the very teuor of the treaty oi alliance. The esact text is not known, but two things are certain That the alliance was of a defensive character and that the preservation oi the balance in the Balkans was within'its scope. In other words, Italy was pledged) by that treaty to aiil the two allied Dowers if thVse should be attacked, i and Austria wss pluuged to respect j the status quo in the Balkan penin-] Germany, and to which tire treaty is not applicable. AUSTRIA AIMS AT, ITALY Besides, although the conllagration burst forth by will of Germany, its primary occasion was Austria's dc- c'aration of war against Servia. It is clear that Austria declared this war, in.order to change the balance of the; Balkan peninsula to its advantage ami to the detriment of Italy. S.o, also, is it true that it declared war without first having an understanding Thus, Austria violated the treaty oi .alliance in one oi its essential therefore, it .had no right to invoie1 it in calling on Italy to come to its assistance. But there are, so to say, the legal and political motives that have actu- ated the government and justified its action..Beneath these motives there Ere others that might be called na- of all being public senti- CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Special Bargains fop Saturday All the special i loins advertised in AVedncs- tlay night's paper continue on sale all clay tomor- row, the outstanding features of which are the Unusual Bargains in Suits, Coats and Dresses offering you'choice selections of outer garments, at' substantial reductions from the already very low prices This store's selections are In the lead as usual In styles, values and extenilve- ncss of assortments and many of the very latest creations not shown before have arrived this week. Most Unusual Values in this Coat Sale Very latest styles, worth up to A specially selected lot of most attractive models in Heavy Tweeds, Blanket Cloths, Cur] Cloths, etc., all with close fitting collars, new flare effects and the more conservative straight cut styles. Sizes 16 to 44. 514.95 SATURDAY SUIT SALE Worth up to S25.0D SATURDAY DRESS SALE Worth up to ....___ A collection of some thirty odd styles in Navy and Black Serges, Tweeds, Cheviots, Worsteds, etc. in medium and light colors. Silk and Cloth garments of splendid style, per- fect in i'it aucl workmanship, shown iu, almost every color and size. declared against any participation on j for There are several reasons the side of Germany and Austria in j for this fact, but principally that Italy desires peace and that it was this war. This sentiment was so un- animous that the few newspapers persuaded, wrongly or rightly, that which tried to combat it had to de- the peace of J5urope was maintained sist after a few days. j by Germany and threatened by What are the reasons for tb s ex- E Jd! arms on. their it couid .not Ai-stria were still in nesotiat-ion over So there can be no that this is a war oi aggression, desired by SENTIMENT AGAINST GER- The whole nation has unanimously The idea of helping Austria to sub-j jugatn a little people like the Ser-; who -have certainly "done hut who, even so, have the right to j inspired horror in the nation. "With the Austrians? was, heard on every hand. j reason was the indignation1 aroused by Germany's aggression. It! must te admitted that up to Aug. 1 j the sympathies of Italian public opm-j ion were for Germany, rather than niiiit. Such arc -the 'reasons for whreii Italy has declared itselt neutral. The grave iirublem that arises now is this AVifl it lie possible to main- tain its neutrality, until the end of war or. will it also be drawn in- to the whirlpool? The answer is doubtful. The Ital-j ian government is firmly resolved to; observe neutrality. Hut of- how much value arc the intentions, even _ the most resolute, of a government m u historic crisis of this magnitude. It is impossible not to see now the Italian neutrality' is aced from -without and within. From-without it-is menaced by tluj inferijjyes of the belligerent powers. Bach of the warring .groups is trying to drag Italy to its.side of'the tu- especially, who, if it could succeed in its efforts to> urge Italy to light Germany- niirt Austria, would completely surround them and deprive them of every .means of com- municaton with rest .of, the world. NEUTRALITY 15 MENACED From within, Italy's neutrality menaced by a ferment of public opin- ion still noiseless and latent, but al- ready strong enough, urging gov-' eminent against Austria. Many are already' murmuring that the moment for settling accounts with the neighboring empire has ar- rived, that, at the close' of the the m-ap of Europe will he redrawn' and that, therefore, Italy ought to place itself in a position to get back the Italian provinces subject to Aus- tria. Seledions for then they're yours. :gtock of Yictor Victrolas is complete. We also .have over 3000 Victor Records to se- lect from. Also all the latest Modern Dance Music by tlie greatest Dance Orchestras in the world. Special list of British -War Songs and Patriotic 'Music popular singers and hands. Any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any city or town in Canada will gladly show you this out- fit and arrange the terms to suit your convenience. Victrolas up to Victor Records--90c for ten-inch double-sided. This Victrola v and these 30 selections, or your choice of any other 15 ten-inch, double-sided Vidtor Records lifted in our Catalog, for down. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE COMPANY Limited HQRI Lenpir Street, Montreal DEALERS ALL THROUGH THE DDM'iNiON Victor Records 90c for the two selections Piyot s Band I Cappa's 7th Regiment March Skyrocket Match (Drum effects (Lincke) Cavallena Rusticana Intermezzo Victor Concert Orch. 1 Viclor Concert Orch I God Save the King. Rule Britannia. Canadian B, egi-mental Dreadnought March. 6 Canada. Ked, White and Blue. The English Kose. Regimental March cs of Scottish Brigade. fc Mariners of England. O The Veteran's Song. Yeomen of England, Where Glory Leads. La Marseillaise. Wellington March. Imperial Alliance. The Battle, of Stirling. The Recessional (Kip- -ling.) And many others. 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