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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 19141 ttbe letbb'ctboe' Iberalb Blberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES iier year..... Dally, by mail, uer year...... by mail, per year.... mayor of Calgary. As though R. B hadn't enough work to do already. 126! 1324 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Offlco W A. Buchanan John Torranco Kaoisins Director Business Manas AS THE SITUATION STANDS The ols.hU.einh day since the rre- limiuarv iijhims started, along the lone lino from "onai 1" Verdun a." thence southeast to a point east 01 Nancv, still sees the great .battle "tHercest part of the Btill continues on the enemy s ngut. Here to a-ocomplish their tunun. on the part ot the Allies, and to frustrate it on the part of me Germans, the opposing frees are straining every nerve in a series of violent "attacks and repulses unpar- alleled in the history of battles In this furious conflict the Allies are getting the better ot it. The'dan- --r to the enemy is so imminent that pensive tactics in the centre are almost at a standstill to save the sit- uation, if rouble, at its most critical on the enemy's left ap- pears to be going or. desperately with poSBlblv some little advantage 10 the Joe temporarily. '.VitU the strenrth- ening of the Allies' position wita re- inforcements now rapidly flowing in, the situation must undergo a favor- able change. The German Crown Prince has sent to nerlln for moro soclis for his sold- iers. Evidently thr.t retreat was hart on the hosiery. The great Guild Hall mooting at London to arouse interest In recruit- ing was addressed by Premier As- q'iitli. Bouar IJiw. Arthur llalfour and Winston Churchill. Yet it only lasted j 70 minutes. Oh that Canadian speak, en could abbreviate their thoushts into as much space, tor a single speech, let alone four. We're econ- omizing now; let us introduce the Ideajj into platform utterances. -u the end of a German war office report in the l.oiulon. Ens- Chronicle, the following paragraph appears: 'This message has -been submitted to the Press Bureau, which does not ob- ject to its publication, but takes 110 'responsibility for the correctness of .if Wiat line sarcasm? Responsi- bility! We should say not. Even the i press decided days ago that the German "offlcial" reports were pure wireless.lakes. IICKED UP IN ASSING THE BUSY MAN LETKBiUDGE DAILY HERALD SOME FINE BUILDINGS IN BRUSSELS, BELGIUM PERFE COCOA Healthful- pure Sold PATRIOTIC FUND NOW ON BUSINESS On the "whole the enemy appears unable to pierce the line of the Allies who not only hold what they have gained but are pushing forward their advantage slowly but successfully. A GENEROUS PEOPLE The generosity of the Latter Day Saints of the Taylor Stake is on the tangible order. The appeal was made to Canadians to come to-the relief of the Belgians who have lost home and fortune through the violation of their neutrality by the common enemy. The members of the Stake rose like loyal Canadians to meet the appeal. Though the majority ot them claim the United Elates as their land of birth, no native Canadian community could have better. As for lie gift itself, hone -better could be chosen. Nearly aH-the flour mills of Belgium are in the hands of the enemy so that that staple article of food must come from foreign countries, and must be, more or less, supplied through the generosity of those nations in syrnj pathy with Belgium's stand in this war. .We are anre the Belgian relief com- appreciates the efforts the good born done Patrick Cuslck, a well known resi- dent of .Merriekville, Ont, is dead. Wm French, a pioneer farmer of the wolf Creek district, near Cran- brook, is dead. Jos. Seagram, the Ontario Distiller, has given lo the Canadian Pat- riotic Fund. Hev. Father 0'I.eary, a well known priest of the Diocese of Peterboro, is dead. Rev. Dr. Currie, of Perth, has ac- cepted an lavltation to the United Presbyterian Church, Beaverton, Ont. Rev V D. Cornell, pastor of St. An- drew's church, Buckingham, is a chnp- ain with the Canadian contingent. Rev H 3. Kenny, of Bowmanville, ias "been invited to the pastorate 01 he Cobourg Methodist church. ChaE E. Recter, famous as the own- er of fashionable cafes in New lorK and Chicago, is dead. The Rt. Hev. Mgr. T. J. Daly, Vicar General of the R. C. Archdiocese of Halifax, is dead. G. H. Thorpe, of Chapleau, Ont, is the. new secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Cranbrook. The marriage of Alex Hutchinson, blacksmith at Glaresholm, and Miss Bessie Gibson, of Grassy Lake, is re ported. Bishop F- S. .Spaldlng, head of the Episcooal Church in Utah, was In stantly killed when an automobile m which he was riding struck a curb and overturned. Hev. E. Doe, assistant parish priest at Immaculate Conception church Windsor for three years, has been selected a Catholic chaplain of the Canadian troops. notably la his prediction that France would meet with reverses in the lat- er part of August.and early days of September. The items from the In- dian paper are as follows: lor Stake to.help out in work. OPINION In the fact that St. Louis contains the largest population of Germans out- aide Berlin, the views of the St..Louis RepcSllcan referring to the present conflict are of more than ordinary in- -teresL This journal admits a natural prejudice m favor of the Germans, in that they have given the United States millions of their ftest citizens, and thousands of America's brightest TOimg men, but, nevertheless, it states that the American people do not re- joice over .German successes. The reasoris for this, the Republican Eavs, are derived not from American viewpoint but from Germany herself, as shown in quotations from the Ger- man Emperor and. three Imperial Chancellors In these the "blood and iron' policy is emphasized, and to the detriment of democratic develop- ment Americans, continues the St. Louis paper, have been trained in time of struggle not to.iask who wins, but who is right. The greatest ques- tion in the world today, it contends, is not the question of Teuton vs SlaT. nor that of Alliance vs Entente, but of liberty vs autocracy. "It is the question whether the government of the future Is to be a government in which intelligent freemen shall gov- ern themselves, or a government in which a small number of highly train- ed men, who know exactly what they want, shall govern everybody else." Tills the Republican characterizes as the German government ot today, and this conception appears in a worse light in that it is joined with an in- dustrial efficiency and an intellectual culture which'is the wonder and ad- miration of the modern age. Unhesitatingly, the journal con- cludes: "All questions of sympathy and to our opinions as Americans of the just deserts of this scheme .of government." Bombay Ocult Scientist Made Remarkable Horoscope Ia Brussels, the architecture of some of the larger buildings is not to A subscriber of the Herald Jias been ott nle continent. The above picture show's some of the public ood enough to senci us a copy .rf the j b ndi Drusseia the city which at Uie .present time Is occupied by the ,outh of India Observer, published at, n troopB. Ootacamund, South India. It ome prophecies, which are ng at this lime. In some of these the somewhat on her. adventurous mthor has already been vindicated, I raill she TCui be hampered, soon ..by He Guessed RIDht Professor Leon Kendal, ocult dentist now in Bombay, sends the Bombay. Chronicle an astrological cal- culation regarding the combatants in the titanic struggle now in progress, he duration of the war, and what is Ikely to be the final result ollows: It is as drawn out straggle. Germany's place in The ruling planetary aspects are not ndtcative of- any protracted or long- e----- the horoscope willjbring her initial successes, which will not he of prime importance, and, as in the Judgment given in my fore- cast lor the year in January last, her internal economic condition will cause her the gravest concern, and nut a uprisings amongst her o'wn the situation is as critical for her in this respect as from exterior influenc- es. These threaten to endanger the monarchy to a perilous degree and-tin- ally to overthrow it. The. conditions ruling the horoscope of .her emperor are malefic In the extreme, and .it is an ill-starred conjunction that InHu-. ences now for him and the continu- ance of his country under monarchi- cal sway. The conditions ruling for martial enterprisef are most favorable for Russia, but not'so for two nations primarily opposed to Ger- many. The French arms are .likely to suf.'er serious reverses during August and the early days of September, but her stars are in-'the ascendent from the middle part 61: the latter month, and continue so during the piriod that the conflict is likelyto endure. Austria is menaced on planetary conjunctions are ill, evP John Hyslop, who was killed by be- ing draped into the machinery of a threshing separator at Arcola, Sask was a brother oi Arch Hyslop, e P. P. for South Huron. K year student o Victoria College, Toronto, who applie' one month ago, has been now assign ed the duty of spiritual adviser in a, section of the Canadian contingent i and has left for Valcartier. A. T. Folger, who has been man- ager of the Chateau Laurier since August. 1913, is resigning on Oct. 1. He la going to join with F. W. Gerg-i man, formerly general manager of the G. T. P. hotel systems, in the manage- MILITAEY SITUATION IN FRANCE AND BELGIUM meht of Olynipia Hotel, Winnipeg. The membership report for 1 presented at the Methodist General 1914 Help the Mother Country by refus- ing to buy made in Germany goods. A newspaper correspondent sug- rcsts B. B. Bennett as a candidate for Conference at Ottawa, showed a net increase of during the past four years. Only in one province, Newfoundland, was there a decrease, and that was small. The increase in Toronto was 4555. At thfe Methodist parsonage, Mac- leod. the Rev. A. D. Richard united in marriage Malcolm Stevenson, a well- known farmer in the Willow Creek neighborhood and Ruth Jane Beatty, widow of the late J. H. Beatty, widow of the late J. H. Beatty and a daugh- ter of J. A. Henderson, east of Clares- holm. a native of India, who led tile passive resistance agitation among the Indians in South Africa who has spent more-time In than out of Transvaal prisons In recent years, is now forming In England with the sanction of the India office, an ambu- lance corps composed of Indians now in England, some of whom are quail- fled physicians and others students. A vacancy upon the Supreme Court Bench of Ontario occurs tomorrow when the resignation of Mr. Justice Teetzel will become effective. It is learned that three names are more prominently under consideration in connection with the appointment. They are Frank K.C. of To- ronto; W. B. Northrup, M. P. of East Hastings, and John F. Orde, K. 0. of Ottawa. Nine 'Canadian graduates of the Na- val College at Halifax are on the cruis- er Berwick which captured the Ger- man armored cruiser Spreewald in the North Atlantic. They are: Sub.- Lieut. Victor Brodeur. son of Judge Brodeur ot the Supreme Court at Ot tawa; David A. Robinson, Toronto; Naval Instructor W. J. H. Beach Spring Island, B. C.; T. S. Crltcheley Halifax; D. -St. George Lindsay, son of Captain Lindsay, superintendent o pilots; Montreal; H. E. Read, Portage du Fort, W. 3. Soulsby, Halley Ont.; .C. R. H. Taylor. Wey mouth, iN'.-S, and II. W. Wood, Dun can, B. C, Showing line from Lille to' Donan ecently held by Allies.: Key to Nos. cavalry at Dquai. Ish warships ready to defend Ostend. at Valenciennes made lit with population. driv- n out of Tournai. .oBritish line be- gins at point between Givet and Mau- >euge. and Fritish regain positions. again secure annihilated iby Frenc. command of roads. defeat right wing Germans. saved from Ger- Reported evacuated, ri mans. army corps wipes serves. lighting' expecte out disgrace in last battle 'by attack reported captured by th on Germans. recaptured. Germanr The standard of quality because based on long experience and built of best materials VISIT CANADA WEST MINE Taber, Sept. On Friday and Saturday last 0. A. Robertson and F. B. Kenaston, the mil- lionaire owners of the Canada West Coal Co., Were In town for their an- nual inspection of the mine property. Work on the new wash-house has been resumed, and when: completed will constitute one of the finest and most modern -wash-houses, in the Alberta coalfie'ds. BASIS Schedule of Allowances for and Children of Soldiers Toronto, Out., Sepl. Arrange- ment for the distribution of funds by itho managers of, the Canadian Palrl- otli; Kuud have been completed. The executive have decided that 545 iier month is a living standard for m average family. The payments M'lll be made in conjunction with tho Pay, naster's department at Ottawa, which vlll-bo forwarding the 120 monthly! cheques to the, soldiers' -wives on or bout the 20th. To this Bum the as- sociation will add (K per month, sending It In bi-weekly instalments. The following example lucidly ex- plains tho system adopted: Per month Wife seperatiou pay, per day.. One child, 10 to 15 years One child, a to 10 years.. One child, under a years Tobacco has been -successfully rais- ed at Vegrevilile. this "year. John H. Hilton, auditor ot Gordon, Ironsides a-Faros, is dead. Built to burn natural gas 'have every convenience, every time and gas econo- mizing device. See the McClary dealer. Sold by McKeowii Hardware pect and her potentiality in Euro- political affairs will he eclipsed, taly will gain through the clash of material advantages if not in iversal prestige. Looks Good for England To come to England: If this is not lat might bo-ambiguously styled by me people the psychological mo- ent for her to strike, it is at least a ost propitious planetary combination at rules her destiny now. The as- cts eutour her In significant houses the horoscope with friendly influ- ces, and these will be ranged on her de, and from quarters hitherto re- rded as -being at least diplomatically ostile. What is most apparent is, at setting aside any support she is kely to receive from natural part- is the gravitation that ensues ward her from peoples to whom she unattached. This will occur when ae has demonstrated her. own prow: ss and has broken the er.ssr.y-which he will do. England 'will maintain e'r greatness, and add considerably r''her dignity, prestige and honor.- India is not likely to feel any flevous effects from any direction, n'd an abnormal condition here wil e artificial and forced, and therefore reventible, rather than the direct esult of the war. There be a new delimitation of he geographical boundaries of con nental Europe favorable to France nd Russia. Germany will lose na onai territory, and tho situation in a while restore the banner of ranee to Alsace-Lorraine. Austria's lanetary position is sadly ominous lid, as shown above, she 'will emerge rom the struggle maimed and decrep t. the defeat of the' Germanic com ination is pre-destined and inevitable Vith the sun's exit from Li-bra and ntry into Scorpio (third week ot Oct her) comes the; period most favorably inected for the proclamations o( eace, and these will be promulgated abruptly and swiftly as the declara- ion of war. The Kaiser's Horotcopc Kaiser Wllhelm's horoscope, was ast by Mr. W. Old in 1898. His Itn- jerial Majesty was born oa 'January 2, 1859, at 3 p.m., at Potsdam, and, aid Mr. Old; "We find Saturn in the sign of its debility opposing the Sun'in its weak- sst sign; Mars and Neptune conjoined n -the Meridian and the Sun semi- stiuare to both; the tune Mars and and the Moon in position to Uranus. The Emperor has a most fateful horoscope, md during his reign the German Em- pire will suffer reversals of which hitherto It has had no shadow of ex- perience. The destiny of Kaiser Wil- beld is such that he will lose nearly the whole of his possessions. He will never be a popular monarch. Mars, in the meridian, will cause him to en- gage in continual quarrels, and the Sun in opposition to Saturn will de- lude him of his power among the na- tions. He will lose his royal spouse (the Moon in opposition to Uranus retrograde) suddenly. It is not im- probable that this territory 'will pass Into the hands of France and Russia. Those, at least, are the two Powers who will contend for the possession of the Empire, -which the Kaiser is pow- erless to retain. Nothing more ad- verse or less hoyal tban.this horos- cope of the Kaiser, except, perhaps, that of the Sultan of Turkey, is to bo found among the rulers of Europe. T.he Kaiser will die suddenly, and the Heart will he the seat of thd fatal af fectlon. SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; GOOD SERVICE. One-claw only to Glaigow, and.S47.60 from Glasgow; third-class, closed cabins, Rates subject to change without "S'AI'LINGS FROM MONTREAL. S.S. "LEtTTIA" Oct. 3rd, Oct 31st All information' cheerfully fur- niched by- authorlied agents, or H E Agent. 349 Main St., Winnipeg. 4.50 3.00 Estimate gross amount entlt- led to maintain Seperation allowance received from Wages paid by former .em- Earnings of members of family Other sources of (20.00 Amount to maintain family.. Deductions......'.. Charscablo to Canadian Patriotic Fund...................J2.5.09 IMPROVING ONEFOUR ROADS Onefour, Alia., Sept. SO.-Tbo roai crew under Supervisor Bvenson has "raded a largo portion of tho road for a mile north of the post office, and proved the creek crossings for a milol west. Moro work will be done later. BANK COMMERCE HAS INSTALLBD SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGB TOOT Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies Or other valuables in one of these boxes ro R. T. Brymner, The 'Southern Hotel at Bellovtte has re-opened. W. I. Gear of Mont hte iiees ga- zetted an honorary lieutenant-colonel. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach iroubll in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's, Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. .To those who value strong digestive organs we advise Pride Beer" ano) we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;