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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E" 'L E T H B R1D G E P AI h T HE B A t P SPP-I'EMJBER 26, 19ji e, fllbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, jje'r year..' Daily, by mail, per year... .Weekly, by year. 3.CO: TELEPHONES Business OBlce Editorial Offico ot nullity-ot Sir William Meredith, mm unnbio.to make n suc- cess ot.the opposing the- Lib- oral' government, Whitney plodded along nnd-Mitelly ousted the Liberal government and became Premier.. He was not'considered nt-that tlmo as a man fitted for ilio responsibilities of this important .office. Public opinion soon altered, and it is only fair to say that James Pliny Whitney served Ontario with distinction to himself and to his province. The Kaiser has a bad cold. Here's Fill in the.blank to suit yourself. The mayor of Edmonton threatened to resipi. Quickly ho thought of the bad iiflies and decided to stick. Wise THE SITUATION AS IT LOOKS News ot the most scanty description show that a most rigid is being exercised over what Is taking place at the battle front in the north ot France. From this it can be as- Lawbreakers will sit up and take trained that importr-nt movements are nolice learning of Justice Hynd- bems made, and developments of upon the Taber man. siderable moment may be expected at vrho commiUed such a revolting any time, crime. It is.a good thing, too. Now From the mecmc to-ether ot and again a lesion required to brlrp the German right wing wMch the sinful to attention. The p has been reinforced forces from Belgium has been further bent back This wing now would seem to extend almost in a straight line north from near tliroush the neighbor than, .wild Ibeasts.. Children inst be protected from scoundrels hood of St' Quentin. then through Cnmbnu'on to Douas south of LJlle, in the extreme northeast France close to the Belgium frontier. If the tactics of the Allies are suc- cessful, the rout of the whole enemy's line which, it Is understood, extends practically from the Swiss frontier northeast of Verdun to Douax, In a. 'line almost la keeping with the con- tour of the Belgian frontier, may be freely anticipated. CANADIANS _OFF TO WAR There has been "some concern about the delay In sending the Canwlian forces to the front, and It is satisfac- tory to learn that the contingent "is now on Us way to the European iattle ground, stronger in numbers- greater in efficiency _than had been anticipated The work out at Val earlier will b of inestimable; service- to tie officers and men In fact, they mjzht to now be In the Allies In France -without the need of further training In England. Can ada's Interest to the European war has been great from the ment, but that Interest will accen- tuated the particssetlon of Cansd lans in the -warfare We are a peace- ful nation and our people thought little of war, "but we are true Britons and when the call to duty coties our men are prepared to leave tlieir peaceful avocations and take up tiie sword In defence of the'Mother Coun- try and all that it represents Some surprise has .teen expressed about the number of French Canadians who hare volunteered for service; The-actual, number has fceen misrepresented, but it is clear that the French. Canadians are determined .to show to the rest of Canada, and to the Empire, that tie people of Quebec are behind Britain 1C this war, and so an effort is to be mads to raise a force of 5000. from.the French speat Ing province of Canada It is more than liKely that this number of men be secured, especially If the po- litical leaders of 'both parties carry out their intentions of the, province and impressing upon the their responsibility It must fee remembered that- the- mass of the French Canadian people are a quiet, peacfr-Ioving element. They not possess the martial spirit like men of other-races.: repugnant ta Notwithstanding these circum- stances, there are at least 100Q French Canadian'- in the first Canad Jin contingent and if 5000 are raised for the second contingent Queoec will :certainly have done its -part- noblyj Patriotic Fund." Dr. W, Thompson. J. w. Lamoureaux, president of the Tuckett Tobacco Co., Hamilton. IB dead. Brant county will raise JIOO.OOO for the medical health fficer-of i.iitowel lor 21 years. Is dead. has abandoned negotiations to urchase .Toronto street rallwat The Canadian Trades and Labor Con- Tew will be held In Vancouver next ear. _ The name of Lieutenant Cllve Phillips J-oolUy at S-M. S Hople a Canadian -uiven-in-Uie-ofllcial lint ot casualties. He Is not amons tho saved and there- ore .la-.presumed1 lost. Allan 4u tin who went with the Maple Creek squadron 37th Light Horse to Val- _irtier for sen-Ice at the front, returned home on" "gunday night On Tuesday, ,-hile waiting for dinner at the home of tis friends, he dropped dead. Private 'Thomas Hardensham, of the aiitompbue machine sun __ttery, .who was accidentally shot af Rockllffe Grange, Ottawa, died of fllfi iTHE'LATE SIR JAMES Sir James Whitney, Premier of Oh 'tnno had never full} recovered after a long and almost fatal seizure of ill ness which overtook him about a year ago. He had been left in a weak con dition, and it is not surprising that death has now overtaken him sudden ly A strong Conservative, born and bred and developed in the party, he .was_ever; a staunch advocate of Con- servative policy His if once fixed'TV ere seldom altered He was ft type of the party nian of the olt school As Premier; ot Ontario, foe admitted with friend that he (Hied ase was extremely disgraceful and ho sentence of. life imposed ought to ave a deterrent eflect upon men vhose code of morality is even worse P ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN round. Mr. Justice Gervaia, wlio at if King's bench he recent' term '.of court u. a't'Montrear-'anVwho was to have pro nouneecl was stricken with ipopleiy ana la reported in a serious A-'revised-..statement of Canadian re -enue for the first four months of the year shows that It totals _ compared with during the correapondtar period last year; crease'of-over-eleven millions. A Belgrade" despatch to the Echo de Jarlfi says General von Delmellng, com- mander of the German forces in Alsace tax been relieved of his command In He- was a perso the Kaiser Captain .Bernard Harvey, son-in-law of LieuL-GoTernpr-Wood of New Bruns- wick, was 'on board -the..cnilser Cresay. ;apt- Harvey was formerly In the Can- a'dlan naval. service, and was married four years ago to Sfiss tester Wood danfhter of the lieutenant-gov- ernor. Lieut-Col. B. K. Scott, D.S.O., a. for- mer Winnipeg boy, and son of Colons Thomas Scqtt, late collector of customs there, has been .transferred from the or- dinance 'department to be assistant dl- in tha-war office at London, ac- cording to an order of Aug. 18, published the London papers.. Lleut.-CoI. Scott s 42 Tears of age. He Is a. graduate of the Military college at Kingston rtd served in the RIel rebellion in 1885. Amongst reservists from the R. N. W. ,M. left this week for the front ire following _9ergeant Daly, Con- [table _C.vCoates and Constable. J. Mor- ,of_tne' RNAV.M.P. Con- stables J. S-Xfltc'hell, M. O'Leary, :R. A, Ferguson, F. Rumble, A. O. Wilson, C. Hasan, G. Sharman, Howes, Freehorn, Reglnfl. 'Constable Redwood, of Qn'Appelle, Constable Harms of Moose -Jaw and Constable Kennedy-Of Atha- basca. Alderman" Clarke was comrnlt- :ed for trial at Edmonton on a charge of extortion preferred by Paul Annrsw, pro- prietor .of a. hat cleaning establishment The latter in evidence said he had been -living with a' woman named Ivy and-had-been given a set of dla- nond earrings as ifld lent her, Clarke, he said, had sum- moned him to his office later and _ COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed FacKed In one and two pound tins CHASE SANBOftN MONTREAL. .It Kaiser Bill be giver, a long holiday Swat after all over And then iwat BggB 25 cents In Hamburg. Bveii worse York. If there's "anything Mayor-Hardle likes .better than islanding .up and speaking right but: in meeting, kindly advise. His Worship "worries about tha as- sessment. Ish ga worry. The Dominion is increasing its board of censors. Someone should tie about o? the censors to Col. Sam to keep him from giving away all his military secrets. Dominion government employees ore hereby advised to enlist before they get fired. Who's oh tile firing- lino down there in Ottawa, anyway? Bill has the grippe Wed like to sympathize with him, but don't know how. There is a province in India called Swat. Whetner-or-not-Stanley. Mc- originally came from Swat we If you don't know tlis definition tor the mayor's favorite, "irreducible min- aik a pedagogue. Bill Finlay is looking tor 75 cent Bill 'got an order for a chicken tie oth- er to be delivered at. the; resi- dence ot-the Chief, ot Police. ed' a. deliver the- bird. The tool inessenger.Vns two years be- hind the tiniest and Joe got It.' -The Chiot is wiilttegvfor. Ws Sunday din- ner and Bill ,ls looking for tls nix blu, That's once the Chief got etung the past week. But it Isn't all. He wgs observed a.counle of days ago carrying on a-vivacious conversation- with a lit- tle, luu.v on the-street confer.'.It was about a canine the wagon bad sent.: Into'.the happy hunting grounds tho 4ay before The lady looked confidently.- up the i Chiefs six .foot .while she touched W.n: tor tlftj to replace her terrier. Tht Chiof couldn't see it that .-way.; The Hadv.dalmed the Chief I tie speed limit when doggie croaked The Chief said, his old buzz. Wag5n never was known to exceed tie. fit- teeen mile mark. It v.asn t bu'lt on thf speed plan Besides the chief limb of the law pointed out that doggie was minus the usual tag when croaked, be sides w-lllch it, was transgressing ex Aid. Hatch's famous dog byla'w. St far the Chief hosn t cojgbed up, and his motto in. future "Cave icanem. Having annihilated thi Austrian armj das slnca the second week of the war. the Cossacks have, started on the Germans. There was no 'battle ot the Maine say German experts. It was only t strategic retreit. Something lIKe-Hel Igolaad and the Klcl'Canil JOT the Kaiser'g gun ship navy German soldiers are. under orders cow to leave no French wounded aliVe Nice pleasant people German soldiers. Try on Your Plino "Give-me words by.Kals r Bill, music by Jawn McGraw DONALDSQNLIW TO RATES; One-class cabin, only 50 to Glasgow, and from GlaiQow; third-class, .closed csblni, Ratis subject to Changs without notice. SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL- S.S. "LETITIA" Oct. 3rd, Oct 31st All information cheerfully -fur- nished by authorized asen'Vor H E LIDMAM, General Agent. 349 Main St., Wmnfpeg OF CANADA Valcartier Military Camp A full> equipped hranch has been opened at Military Camp at the accommodation of the Transfer of monies to and from the Military Camp be by all branches of the UNION BANK OF CANADA, free of dharflc. PuU-intonrfatloni-aaJoiUnj new branch, the forwarding and- depositing of money, will be -cheerfully furnished LAkE BRANCH A B KSNoLActmg LETHBR1DOE BRANCH G R TINNING, im If he did not return the earrings would have him arrested on procuring- Later in (he day he was the high positloa, with credit to aa threawned Clarke in hi. fc Q i.jj. 'tin TcnO af.finf rtrllv Belt, to his Ttori-fc a-nd to his province He was boss from the thne hb'took It over-'untll his death. iNb element or control him ___--------- and consequently he-held a place In isrvlce o< the railway company at IValah Alf.-i in 1RR3 as a teleerann the minds ot the Ontario as a man ot the integrity and honesty.- jaevproved-himself a-strong reaemon WOKC out, nnu Mr. and administrator- -He was was to Reglna, wi-ere he i j .ill Ihroueh the trouble havlnff progressive, and not listen to nronosals tending to modern rp- iatms He was conservativo througl gnd through The people of all part admired his'courage and his out ppokenness, i He became leader of the Consem live ojtpoilUon, at time when a man as a solicttor for his client 'Clarence "Winnipeg, who '-had Jhe empIoj'iofMhe C. P. R- since suddenly thla week. Ho en- Walsh Alia, In 1883 as a telcsraptl jperator. Tflfo years later he wa's.traris- forred to A few months later the'-.-Hlel rebellion broke out, and malned aj] through the trouble havinf charge at the oflics there Between US5 1SOO ho-va3 at many, places on tds western'HhCBr coming back to Winnipeg -In 1004. In June, 1913, he matlc to B. S. Jehltlns, gen- eral supirintcndent of telegraphs, and In lilt 'chlJf to J. position He occupied till his death. THEROYALBANKOFCANADA INCORPOMATtO SAVINGS DEPARTMENT One Dollar. Xateiestis yearly. JOINT ACCOUNTS members of a family will be found convenient Either the survivor) may opente the account LETHBRipoe BHAJUCH: J, M. AITKEN, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS DOTALLBD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOOB Carry Your Patriotism Into Your Buying! For ten years we have been talking practical urging' Ciinadiahs to, buy the Canadian-made Gillette. Safety. Razor in preference to cheap German; rijakeshifts, The war has clinched bur arguments. So confident are we of the only safety razor made throughout in Canada, that we are bringing out within-a few weeks a New Model the GILtETTE "BULLDOG" It's British to the hilt, and looks the part. .The price, stands at increase over the Standard Gillette bet. Watch for the we have we'll hold in the shop like it. The war has not checked Gillette progress. Our factory is running full time, with complete staff. Thus we are doing our part toward maintaining Canada's prosperity. Do. yours by buying, in preference, goods "Made in Canada" Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Office and Factory: The Gillette Building, Montreal You 'f i Title JMortfagea, Itwurance or other valuables la one of The following poem, entitled "lou" written by JIlsB C. Fox Smith appear- ed in the Bolton Evenings News of re cent date. Miss-Smith is. a slater ol R. A. Smith, the well-known local barrister; Are.'you youth is more today than treasure1 Are you day it valor more than gold! Are you! strength is needed in full measure. 0h, be thankful you are young and strong and bold! Fr6m every Soaring town. and quiet valley. From the palace and the suburb and the elum, East and South and North', the young men rally, For they hear the voice of Eng- land calling And it s you you you that England's calling, It s you you you that's got to go ts yonyou-you that have your pait to do For the dear old land we know There s a matt round the comer, and the way, And a man down the street gone I By the manhood that Is in you, oh -6e proud you'ra strong today, For the country and the King want you1 L you watch a game? and never heai the thunder Ot the cannon roaring deeply toougli ydat play' Thej re shooting (but ft Isn't goals out yonder! -They're tackling (It's for life and death) today! Catt you stand aside? Oh, till your head IB Hoary You shall feel your manhood stiiimc you through and through! Can you clveer the Cup-tie winners on to glory While yonr drink the bitter BUD for you? And it's you-you-you that England'a calling. it'll you you yon that's got to fol It's you-you-you that' have to prove you're true' To the breed of lotuj ago. Vat the man round the corner" and the man across the way ADd.tie man dowii the itreet won't do! It's pipe all hands together when the word round "Foul weith- .The country and the .King want You! C FOX SMITH. Sixty Dollar Cut Now in Prices of AUford Cars EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 1014 .-These-prices'are guaranteed against any reduction until Aug "St Vte "the .bove.: statement carefully. These prices afe mar anteed nst an'r reduction In price but not against any advance fn jnce -Tlterefore'no.orders will, be accepted for hture. .All- orders'must deliver The same tluMjC Ford'.car that has made tor ItBelf world wlde'Mcori for depe.ndable and economical service, if now offered af a price' well income of the man ot moderate means Prices are: -540 '840 vAli f. o. b. fart, Ont. f HEfpOKilNION OF CANADA ONLY Will Go Kick Becaute ot ft Blight de- fect in Win. Nodln, one of Ta- t volunteers, tent back by Nodluw- MMNBU1MH tf fteti to return at once, however, it t 11 t ttt to forward with the lecowl eon- Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. VlliEJE BROS. GARAGE M3. fff Be Pr ejpeHehced it the Declaration of' War wtrnif to be prepared for unforeseen emergenciei. F I RE wouW In your Home, wirehouts or ttore would be Mggut thut you Invert a mm of ob INSURANCE for period of Three Ouf Compinlei Two Hundjid OH. British Canadian Trust Company GEO. W. Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. ;