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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ftuss FOUR LETHBRIDGR DAILT HERALD "ttbe Derate letbtyrifrge, -alberta' DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dtlljr, delivered, per year..... 0tily, by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail, 3.0 1.0 TELEPHONES Business Office 125 Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manage; AS THE SITUATION STANDS On the left of the Allies Is pivot of the now raging. On the success ot turning the- enemy's right largely depends the succossfu otitcc.Tie of the battle. Information is sufficiently amlientic to indicate that, in pursuance of tlieir object, the Al- lies have met with some advantage, ,The process must necessarily be a drawn-out one, and until this is suc- cessfully accomplished tie course of the battle must continue prolonged. From Amions In a lino to St. Quen- tin -easterly, and then slightly 'north- towards Cambrai aadyiloas, the movement for the enclrclias of the Gorman right is progressing' slow- ly, but surely, with the enemy forced' to gire way to avoid being caught In the rear. The general situation is therefore reassuring. In the quarter in which the Rus- sians are engaged interest is at pres- ent taken up la the besieging of the grsat fortress of Przsmsvl, its reduc-jj tioit meaning the release of a large jj body of men tor furthering the invas- j j ion into German territory. Thff most iruwolcome news, so received, is the disaster to the thrt British cruisers. But this is one items irhich in the great game we must prepared to accep Noae the less it will make.no alffe envo in the final victory of which v are assured. "Women's HospUal" Ship, the ftaro and attention of those left behind by tho soldiers who had gone to the front, and lastly, the relief ot persons without work duo to the war condi- tions. It must not fco thought for one moment that the amount raised is sufficient to meet the ueeds of the distressed throughout tho rjty; far from It It IB necessary that more money should 'be raised, and Cor thai reason wo are suggesting 'thut al money contributed in Lethbridge should ibo devoted to Lethbridge re lief. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24; 191-ourself Look a? the soiaiers marching past in the road out there. Surely you don't believe they would do thg things tltey have accused of." Explains Aercchot Cr! "Three days ngro, 1 .said, was in Aerschot. The whole town- s but a ghastly, blackened, blood stained ruin.' "When we entered Aerschot the son of the burgomaster 'came into the roo: drew a revolver, and assassinated my chief of the'fieneral said. "What followed waa only retribution. The townspeople only ftot what tfity cd." "But why wreak- your voneeance on women and "None has been the general asserted positively.- "I am sorry to contradict you, gen- I asserted with equal posltlveness, "but I have seen their mutilated bodies. So has Mri Ginson, secretary of the American legation at Brussels, who was present during the destruction of Louvain." "Of course, there always Is danger'of women and children being killed" during j street sold Gei tn hM- ai-nn by uhlan, ana vrhaiM funtnil I atttcdtd at I'erg? How about the old Vvhii wait trca .tts in hit by bis to detth a boh- lulit under Tht vtneral Momcd FIRST It GOTO THE my i by amount and In k statement at Ottawa ah ___ the of the government to tho at Cartlcr to the "Such things sre ho.tlble, It lift "Of counw our soldiers, Ilkd itol- of all armlw, lomet.tncs get out of hand and do things which we would tolerato tf knew ft. At Lou- vain, for csain pie. I two Ml- dlora to twelve peiutl apiece assaulting a woman." LouVttlrt Library Incident "Apropos of I wmoi-ked. "why did you dtiiltroy the It was one ot tha literary storehouses of World." "We regretted that much as any one answfcrofl tha general. "It caught flre froin burning houses could not save 'It." "But why did you burn Louvaln I aekod. "Because the townspeople flrefi on our "The the oniiro roops, actually found machine sum n some of the houses." And smashing its fist down on the table ho continued: "Whenever civilians flre upon our troops ve will teach them n lasting lesson. If len and children Insist on getting in way of bullets, so much the worse or the womtn and "How do you oKplaln the bombard' icnt of Antwerp by I quer- ed.' Explalni Zeppelin "Keppelfns have orders to drop their Jmbs. only on fortifications and flold- "As a matter of I remarked, they only flfitroyed private houses arid YlUnns. several of them women. tf bne f these' Kombs had dropped 200 yards earer my I wouldn't be amokliuj he of your excellent cigars today." "This Is a calamity which I thank Ood dn't happen." j-ou feel for my safety as deeply s that, I said earnestly, "you L make quite sure of my coming to no in by sending no more Zeppelins." he "if they Insist on coming into the street It is unfortunate, but it Is war." Data Startles General. "But how about, a woman's body I saw with'her hands and feet cut. off? How about a white haired man and his son whom I helped bVry. outside .Sempstid; who had been -killed' merely becauM1 a retreating: Belgian had shot a German soldier outside their- house? There' were 22 bayonet wounds _on. the counted them. "How about "the ilttla girl two years old who was' shot about It." He continued gravely: VI trust ?au will tell the American people through your popcr what I told j-ou today. Let them hear our side iitroclty business. It It only Justice .-that they should be. made familiar With both aides of the question." I have quoted my conversation with thfe general as nearly verbatim as I can remember it. I have .no comments to I will leave Jt to my readfirs to declda for themselves Just how eonTltie-Ihg arc the, answers of the German JeH-eral sta.fr to tho Bolplah aocUJiatlons, foree obvloui mon have eoaw' forward with gririit sirnestncsB (ttthuslasm, and have spoilt somo in 'training and In preparation. The numpsrs assembled while exceeding the of tlio force at first -proposed to be sent forward; will, to. a conelderable extonl, 119 .for the purpose of the- TetnforceTueatB which, from time to time, 'will he required. "The total reinforcements for tho first year of war are estimat- ed at from 60 to 70 per cent. If the reserve depots nsceessry for supplying such roinforcementD were established In Oauada eight 'or ten. weeks might elapse rsefora they could reach the front, through of trans- port, convoy, if, on the other linad, eucJi reserve-depotii were estab- _ln Qreat. Britajn, tho Canadian force ckn bo reinforced to its fall strength within four or five For this reason, as well as others fit a like character, we deemed It advitsblo that the reserves should be kept on in Croat Britain, so ;ho fores at the front might contlnual- y be. kept -at its full strength that without the slightest unnecessary delay. "The .great demand on the British government In supplying guns riflw.have made It essential that Oa nada should assist in every possible Of Slant, ,1 I ei.. ioi.. tMOt Kofc., IJ.sV, r BovrllCordiil, 15 01. JohattM'i Fluid Bw( v WAR CORRESPONDENTS ARRESTED I Cambridge university school for experiment and demonstration. Gooderham, Toron- to; G. Frank. Beer, Toronto; T. Jut- ten, Hamilton; Maxwell'.C. Smith, Bur- lington; Cecil "GCMarlattvTrakvIlIe have been appointed' Ontario..-govern ment to form the .Toronto, and Hamilton Highway Commission .to build the 000 trunk road between Toronto and Hamilton. The British Government .Commission Is engaged Sn collecting precise evidence of tierman atrocities The assumption is that the German general and omeer com- manding at Termon- and other places where BftTRge exces- ses hava taken place will be arraigned for trial when caught .Courts martial can sit during the progress j operations. Paris, .Sept. Am-, erlcan and British, correspond- ents arrested at Reims day for cHy'with out leave, have been, "released through the intervention the American Ask for a Wolfe's Scluupps aod Ginger when yen thirst fora lonr drink, iiad you have the finest combination rtfrwher ind btilth tonic JJolfe's Schnapps OIK) P thevittl organi of the body, .Every U drnueht of renewed htiUh aod vigor. There win be' no. general election In Sasicatchev an till after another sewton has been called. unless: thefe should bo something unforeseen occur, anil such event the apposition will be duly noti- fied before the dissolution of the .house, so-that they may have" opportunity to make preparation. Such Is the pledge given to "W.'E. Willoughby, leader of the opposition, by Premier Scott Captain R. N. Grenfell; the weJbfenown polo player of the Buckinghamshire Yeo- to the Ninth Lancers; was amongr the killed !n action in France. His name appears In the list, ilnder date of September IS. The list t also contain! the of. Captain Lord Guernsey, of the Irish Guards, and Lord A. V. Hay, also of Irish Colonel P, R F, Bolleau, of the general j staff, died of bin woundH. After only of an hour i spent In search, boy scouta on Saturday 'afternoon found the body of 4-year-old [Michael Hanson, mlsaltig for the past II juayn from his home outside Edmonton, Jon tha .Clover Bar road. .The parents of the child had; offered f500 reward for In- formation leading to the rtWcoverV of the boy. -The boy icouti found tho body in fiome heavy brush only 1-1-2 from i the house. Liberty, WM vUlted by B destructive flro, Tha buildingi destroy- cd u-ere Iletherlnglon .and pool room, where the fire at insurance res- taumnt, valued at.ltOOO, Insured; J, H. Lolshmnn, ImpJftmcnt warehouse, insurance ?2000, A. Anderson, black- smith shop, partially burned, -no msur- j unce, C. F. Larnon'a hirnettunhop, par-j tfally destroyed, fully, InsMrM; Mftftonlc I which wan pool room, omplele loss, with of Acid Are Dangerous of All ihi'Stfmich Trouble Said to bi dm to AcNiiy A Physielin'c on'CauM and A famons phyaician frhoie Buooessful researches into the cause and cure of stajsaoh intestinal diseaAes have earned for him an international tion, said in the course Itctiira thftt nwriy ail wtQ many -of the TiUl or- were directly to a deranged condition'of the stomach, which in turn wag due ttit of :to 3ivp actdlty, cnmmfinly sour stomach or heartburn, which not only: Irritated and in- flamed the delicate lining of the, stomach, but also get up gas- tritis stomach ulceroy It it intefeBting to note that he 6on- demiiS the use of tAlcnt med- as well as treatment for the stomach, etat- Iqg that he and hii COUiafUes have secured remarkable sults by tbe uie of oridinary bl- surat4i by noutralizlne the aoiihy of the food, removes tlie of the trouble. He that U lu ae fjtoliih to tttonach He elf It woaid for ft Who stepped on a tack to rub liniment on the without first removing the tftclc. 1U more Uie faok and the foot will heal the aclg and sttroach will appeitr. and tut- lees, so long as contetoU if the stomach remain MM; re- move the acidity, and will be no need for Inflamed lining of the stomach wEll heal iUelf. Suffer en from acidity, or heartbum should K slbftll bottle of Maurated mftffaesla from their and take a teaapoonful in a martef of g' ttafs of hot or cold wattrr mfttls, rapeftUng in nrteen uten, if necessary, this the doRe which the doctor 'hai found nuwt cftcftotans ID in catcs. RAPID PROGRESS BCINQ MADE- MICHEL IS COMPANY CAPTAIN DR. GLADWIN Fernie, B. C. Sept. Macka-y Journeyed to Michel on Mon- day evening on behalf of organlia- .ion of the 107th infantry regiment. One company has been alloted to Michel, and Dr. Gladwln'of Corbin Was appointed captain to command he Michel comoaay. Thirty-five mer, enlisted on Monday evening, when he-service roh's were onehed for en-, listment, and arrangements are Being made for company headquarters. The Rebeccas of Michel gave a ball In the I.O.O.F. hall in houor of the oc- casion at which the visiting Ferate of- ficers and local officers attended. Recruiting and drilling in connec- tion with the 107th Infantry regiment is being carried on nightly at the drill hall, and no difficulty is being experi- enced in obtaining any quantity of vol- unteers. A class of Instruction for the officers Is being commenced in the near future. way. J What Canada Supplies "Therefore, In addition to the sei enty field guns and machine guna ivitl which .the Canadian expeditionary force Ja are arranelng to supply the British, -government with the following: "1. Fortyrseven 18-pouaders of tho most modern, type which had been or dered before the .out. "2 iTlfty-ona guns ot 'tho same type which-the department of militia haa on hand.' These will" go with the transports. "3 Six will also be sent at the same time. "4: machine guns ordered by the Canadian government in Etogr land before the war broke out. "All thiiMi being done by Uie Can. adian-government at the request of the War Office in order to assist in equip- ping the great army which 16; being assembled in Mother country. It is also expected that a considerable nuirhlrei: of rifles wili.he supplied trom Canada to the. War Office. Caues.of the Delay delay in forwarding troops has bccnr altogether due to tlie requirements of-transport, which it .Is 7ery ditficult. to meet. The force must be'under conyoy, and tho steftm- T'TTiVTVG ers, numbering 28 or more, must sail 11' 14.1 at the same be> generally uadenitood' that- the provision of so A meellug oE representatives mem- ers of the various -patriotic and char- able organizations" la the city wae ailed yesterday afternoon to discuss ays and means by which the ridge branch of tho Canadian Red ross society might bo floated, and start tire Canadian Patriotic uud on its way here. There, aro con- Ibutlons awaiting ndihlnlBtrat.Ion, and the local organization-of the .fund be consummated at the earliest osslble date. No definite steps were takeu yvsleruiij', ns. the organizations liere are not In possession, of ell the Information necessary. Mrs. George W. ftoblnson, president of the I.O.D.E., and Mr. A. J. Black-l burns of the Overseas club, were chosen by the meeting, which ivaa a. large and representative one, to go to Calgary as delegates to the meeting, of the executive of tbe tted Gross fromj Lethbrldge. An invitation from J. S.' Deiini8> R..13. Bennett, M.P., secretary of tho _ Alberta Red Cross, was received by Mayor Hardio' some days ago, to have representa- tives from this city attend the meet- ng. The Commissioners called the' meeting of the members of the vari- ous organizations for the purpose Of appointing delegates, and .will await heir report. The meeting ot the Alberta branch -s -being -helrt In "Calgary .today, in I Paget the .Lethbrldge dele-' gates left this morning' fof the north- ern t'ity. BOY Macleod, Alta, Sept. Oil- worth, son ol Indian-Agent Dllworth.. who was killed on Sunday, by being hrown from his horse and' dragged, was burled today. r> A large number of ebple attended the funeral. 1111 HAS LOST 12 WOPS so rail New York, Sept. Is es- I.UDwtod from confirmed and I otherwise that the losses of naval craft since the war began are as fol- lows: Germany 20, Austria 5, Britain 12, RusalB 2, japan S. The total num- ber of German Vessels which, accord- ing to latest reports, have been cap- hired by British vessels at sea, or bf Dritish port authorities, is it. Nlnety- fivs oilier German vessels Were deUih- ea in British ports at the outbreak ot tho war. Seventy British vesstla were held in Qermaii ports at the com- mencement of hostilities, and since then twelve British seagoing vessels, out of upwards of 000 carrylnr on ov- trade, have been captured and sunk at a number of steamers, suitably equipped .for the transportation of men, horses, etc., IB no liEUt task. The itrvlces, of Cavtain Lindsay ot. the Marine and Fisheries department, who s an expert in euclu matters, have engaged for many-'weeks past in assisting the transport department In his matter.. A. committee of promin- ent experienced in tram portatiou across the Atlantic, has also oluntserea1 its services to the govern- ment) uud'thesa gentlemen have been of great assistance, for which the thanks 'of the government are tend- ered." GALICIAN COUNTRYMAN IN MAN. WlnnlpW. Maa.; Sept. report that a Qallclan had murdered one fel- low countryman and wounded another at Otterburne, about 30 miles east of here on tie ESnergon branch of the C. P.R. was received here morning, but no detail! ot any kind were avail' able. police arc Inves tlgatlng. ENROLLING AT FERNIE Fernie, B.C., Sept. Hooper commenced enrolling boy scouts at the drill hall on Monday ev- ening, when 45 boyo were enrolled. The rolls will-be kept open for the en- Suing at the end of which it 13 eipeeted a large number will have been enrolled, BLADDEK BOTHER Take glass of Salts to flush out your Kidneys and neutralize irri- tating acids. Kidney and Bladder weaknens re- sult'from uric acid, says a noted au- thority. The kidneys "filter this acid from tne mood and pass It on to the bladder, where It often remains to irritate and inflame, causing a burn- Ing, scalding sensation, or setting up ah irritation at the neok of the blad- der, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during the.night. The li In the Wat- er passes sometimes Scalding sensation and is very profuse; again, there Is difficulty in avoiding It. Bladder weakness, ihoii: folks call it, because they can't -Control urina- tion. While- it is extremely annoying and sometimes very painful, this is really one of the most simple ail- ments to overcome. .Get .about four ounces of Jad Salts from jour phar- macist and take a ta-hlespopnful In. a daaa of water 'before breakfast, con-. tlnue this for two or three days. This will neutralize tile acids in the urine so it no longer IB a, of Irrita- tion to the bladder and urinary or- gans which then act normally again. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, and is made from tbe acid of graces and lemon juice, combined with llthia, and la used by thousands ot folks who are subject to urinary disorders caus- ed by uric add Irritation. Jad Salts s splendid for kidneys and causes nO lad effects WMtcver. Here y0u have a effervet- :ent llthla-water quickly bladder trouble, gold by J. D, Higinbothjm A Co., Limited, CLAMPINQ LID ON TIGHT AT FERNIE Fernle, B.C., Sept. Police Commissioners held B meeting on Mon- day and decided to close up all pool rooms at 11.00 on Saturday nights, and remain dosed until 8.00 a.m. Mon- day morning. Tha City Police were al- so Instructed to rigidly enforce the liquor selling regulations, and to drastic measures should any cases -of, .gambling bo brought to their notice. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE INITALU9 SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. Wflta, Tide Deeds, Mortgages, lawmnee valuables In one of theM MM mrouunow Am-r to Uthbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, M g ;